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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 6 March 1897

: --HEAD TO FOOT-- BEN HOLZMAN, The General Outfitter, ýA.j furnish the wearing apparel dunderwear for Ladies, Misses !:Mei-and Boys, I have a Model  xe; my customers all say that , the Housewives' Paradise, they can supply themselves , Comforts, Quilts, Blankets, Bedclothes, and An endless variety of Table Lin ens, Napkins, Cloths, etc. I am well supplied with Staple and Dress Goods, Notions, Gents' Ready - Made Clothing, and a complete stock of everything pertaining to and carried by any general outfiter. Call and ex amine my stock as I can save you money on every article. g Prices Can't Be Be. DSTEIN, MABRY &O., Ltd. WVHOLESALE ERS AND PIOD UCE RMEACHANTS. "*i. . * . o . - Er S A N P: j At ents for Royal cheese, best inado. Try them : I slid you will keep it all the time. -IsP t~ : We receive a car of produce twice a week. All TuRI cut:r a N. : I Arnrries at low prices. Can ilve you fresh goods. ': I Agents for White Silk and Olive Brransch flour. amow+aco. fo Mo1.....a....

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 6 March 1897

:OLICY (17 KI NLEY. iLa inaugural Specch Delify ereid at Washington. 'kjr Views Ooeerninb the Tartif Not S- aged In the L.eat-Fsvors Civil S·vi . oe Sfet " Sustaens Prauiples. . The 31omor Question Touehed Upes 4 I MU. PbUey made Eewum. The following is the.addare in full of .esdets $R Moltaley, deliered4sst oft a taking the oath of Ofice0 at Washing Fellow eitiesas: In obedience to tbhe oi the people and lI thekr presence , he aauthority vested in me by this I anI au' he fa3 s -duas taoid aiF - bl duties of presitdent of the - "- 38th; 'r; a~elybg .on the sup wne* b m y rmem and tuvoidagt ,k d.ame of Alatght 4~od. =ur-th aches e thag there eis no safer relance an UPrro the O d or ear ( tat1eW , wa ` 4 s5o0 saigutraty fa 'e .tbp Anea'kis ls t, every iAtlaieda trial and whoaa tU nrt f3zuake us as long as we obey ims-n.nandmenta and walk humbly His -ootatep _ respousabillee of the high trust I -have been caled--alwaOs wInportace--re augmented r prevailing business conddtlons. id...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 6 March 1897

'sleser and *hencvet it h9 been b"-s administered. ' 1 should give prompt atten ti.-:!!et the restoration of our Amerlcan j-u marine, once the pride of the - s in ail the great ocean highways ot maameree. To my mind one of the few , - the most important subjects that so t:. jstively demand its intelligent con galerutton. The United States has g.. :greaied with marvelous rapidity in eery field of enterprise and endeavor s ail we have ,become I nlost in near ly all the great lins . inlaxid trade, , me"m rce and industry. Yet, while tis "i true, our American merchant a mrs-ohas been steadily declining un :titt s now lower. in the percentage of te:-mae and the number of vessels em 'y. ed.l, than it was prior to the civil ) ri--Commmendable progress has been e :s£of late years in the upbuildsleg of -ercan navy, but we mastt sup S these efforts by providing an consort for it a merchast-mgrne s? amply su~fcient for our own car trade to foreign countris. -'he " a 1's one that appeals b...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 6 March 1897

0AR LIKE A SERAPH. la WHICH 18 SWIFT, ASPIRING, RADIANT tb AND BUOYANT. tic ha Set. Dr. Talmage Preaches Upon an Ex- ot Sasited Theime but Ie Makes It Practical th sand Usefl-The Rustle of Pinions-Di vie veleoty. WAlSauHGTox, Feb. 28.-In this discourse it Dr. Talmage takes a most exalted theme sad tmake it practical and useful to the last degree. The subject is "Wings of Seraphim," and the text is Isaiah vi, 2, "w'fith twain be covered his face, and with - alsd he covered his feet, and with twain " e did fly." Inabsipftalot leprosy gt-d King Uzzi-h h n died, and the whole land was shadow ad with solemnity, and theological and g -hfOpbtet Isaiah was thinking about re things, as one is apt to do in time great national bereavement, and, forget lag the presence of his wife and two eons, who made up his family, he has a dream, w eat like the dreams of ordinary character, m hich generally came from indigestion, but vision maost instructive and under the touch t the band of the Almighty. ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 6 March 1897

urw:;.lrd. T.-crything,ýn the wing biddini'g i:s aspire. Holy Spirit on g. Angel of the New Covenant on wing. Timc on the wing, flying away a. ternity on the wing, flying to us. Wings, wings, wings! Slre so ntar to Christ that when you :i deiad people standing by your lifeless :ed will not soliloquize, saying: "What i ?'appoi3ntmecnt life was to him; bow ;aem be was to departure; what a pity it aT-' be had to die; what an awful calam if'ý ." Bather, standing there, may they.see sign more vivid on your still face than : asges of pain, something that will Vn- ote that it was a happy exit-the '~ w oe from oppressive quarantine, the ;.e R chrysalid, the molting of the faded the useless and the ascent from male "1 valleys to bright, shining mountain .and be led to say, as they stand there plating your humility and your in life and your happiness in "With twain be covered the feet, tºain he covered the face, with twain i y." Wings, wings, wings! S He Knew Tennyson. i".ed Tennyson was a su...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 6 March 1897

SPINN ERS-WHEELS. The Shreveport wheelmen met, as announced, last Thursday night at 8t30 o'clock, at Hutchinson & Hart's, and discussed plans to adopt` and business in general. The attendance was a very en thusiastic one, and demonstrated the prevailing spirit among the rulers toward the organization of a cycle club in Shreveport. Order was called, and in a few brief remarks, Mr. Charles ex plained the purpose of the meet ing,, which was to organize a cycle club. To establish a race track a and encourage good roads, and also to arraige for. a road meet in the near future in this city. After expressing his opinion of the many Advantages to- a city in having a park and race track, he was loudly applauded. A motion was then offered to ap point a temporary secretary and i. Frman to preside over the meet ing, which was carried. Mr. H. S. ~Hart was elected to the chair, :. hile Mr. Emile Kaliski was iecte. d .secretary. An enrollment of membership was then in order, after which many ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 6 March 1897

MI E CRADLE OF JESUS RELICS OF THE NATIVITY PRESERVED IN ROME. the Basilca of St. Mary Mqjor Contates arns Treasures Assoelated With the 8.. riBer-ocks From bthe t )r-? Beth. leienm aad Clothes of the Infant esus. In the basilica of St. Mary Major, at Rome, are preserved certain relics of ~he nativity of our Lord, concerning S hich a goodly number of Catholics save little or no knowledge, and of which we give a brief account. First of all, the basilica possesses everal rocks detached from the grotto dt Bethlehem. The stable whither i ary and Joseph betook themselves on he eve of the nativity was in part a st: ral grotto and in part a constructed pat, according to a custom that still xevails in oriental countries and is band even in Italy and other portions ;, Europe. The wall against which the napger was supported was later on , eed with a species of plaster and adorned with paintings, traces of which mny still be discerned on the pieces a-oght to rome. Besides these rocks St. Mary...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 6 March 1897

S THE NEW:::: , Vhenvou want any thing to OoAl urinum Bell. " with a wheel just 'keep us in mind. We 'have everything for 1 Push the button and clear the way C Its- Acme Spring Ventilated ._cyl *ciyo/e frs. .- Last forever. THE;NEWEST As for WaHEELS, we are agents for I,.fMPS, colUm rmaR. BELLS, /o00. 00 o all alike. SADDLES, SYClOJVI ETERS, 4 WF EJS CJ-1 ES, PUMPS, SE. ,."e~·· TOUkisTS' BAGS, C6 Jr; CEJVIENTS, . r = G I S, ETC. I ' J4 ; ROSE'S Nos. 104 & 106 Texas Street. te treseisVed a full and eornplete line of Garden and Field Seeds, including...... r an Millet and Cane seed, 6 varieties of Clover. Sfl grown, no danger 5 varieties of Oats. ben mixed with Johnson 6 varieties of Field Corn. 6 varieties of rasses. 7 varieties of Planting Potatoes including the celebrated ~; ], Triumph, Crown, Jewell etc. Bl:-s atern uld stern grown Onion Sette, white, Red and Yellow. lact, ba- e full and complete line o all seeds adapted to this climate, and my prices rlld compi'mlon w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 13 March 1897

The Progress. -, Vol"fume 6-ff-- 11SHREVEPORT. LA., March 13, 1897. Price 5 Cents . ,I .. %dlv slow to believe the report, but ' SCbharl(s Andrcs)" Talks -suratc Black Bayou, La., Feb: 28, 1897. Moor ILb . editor, I have been thinking bridg bridg, dropping you a line for quite a impr( but one thing and another expec is caused me to put it off from just c ime to time until I came near put- a con ig it off altogether, but your gen- anoti >e rveminder the last time I saw you centr set me to thinking I had as well quen tr to fool you just once. You publ ecollect that after reminding me shou Ao my promise to give you a few is pa Sdotsoccasionally, you casually re- it go marked that you knew I was a liar cent a dyoU did not expect ever to see wou scoratching of my pencil.Well you I -Bee you have started me at last ques n perhaps you will havc a har- not time choking me off than you row in setting me on. witl ." .An old gentleman who used to ing d to know spmething about not and my ways...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 13 March 1897

The Progress. aSREVEPORT, LA., - MARH 18, 1807. A Quarter of a Century. N A quarter of a century seems a long time, and it or is not, as one's li surroundings, success or failures; ii ambition, aspiration, industry, or the lack of these, predominate and govern his life and actions. a Life without annoyances, vexa b`, tlons,'disappointments and sorrows is really but an imitation of that r Sgreat state which is summed up in Sthat brief word, man, woman. It is the brave. patient, cnduring, and subjugation of these, in a spirit of t tolerance and love of humanity, F with a sublime loyalty to God in all things, which enables man and 3cwoman to be the miniature of the tl Soriginal father and mother. . For these reasons there is a hal edatate in matrimony. There is Sblended therein the strong energy f iof the man with the restraining, yet I trengthening influence of the wo w"an: the bold, aggressive spirit f the husband, with the softening, je ,encouraging power of the wife. there is ever ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 13 March 1897

Gleanings frorrn The Social Word. MISS SADIE BEJACH, EDITOR. Meeting of the Fidello Literary (Club. On Wednesdasy afternoon, the Misses 4 Clara and EmmaFlorsheim entertained the club, and one of the most pleasant after- I noons, on record, was spent. John Milton was the interesting topic of discussion, and a pretty sketch of his life I was read by Miss Carrie Florsheim. Quo tations were from his "Paradise Lost." Miss Bella rendered a sweet vocal se lection, "Thine," from "Robyne." And then "a reading," by Miss Sadie Bejach. After some discussion on different top los, the meetinig adjourned till March 24, when Miss Hanna Kahn will entertain the club. The programme arranged for the occasion differs somewhat to those previously had, and promises to be one of 1 great interest. Miss Anna Betts, who is the guest of i Mrs. Herold was among the visitors pres eat at the meeting. The young people had a treat in the man ner of dainty refreshments: the table was attractive in its floral decorat...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 13 March 1897

The Progress. Published Every Satnrday. C. D. HICKS - - - - - - - Editor Entered in the Postoflce at Shreveport as Second-class Mall Matter. Ouiacz--205 Milam Street, between Mar ket and Spring Streets. SUBSCRIPTION PRICES. Ohe Year................ .One Dollar Si. x Months..........Sixty-five Cents Three Months... ....Twenty-five Cents Ofi Journal Caddo Parish Farmers Alliance. SHnanvEPoxr, LA., - MARcOH 13is, 1897. If every man would do right, our world would be an Eden. ' . Show us even the photograph of the man who has no fault. What is the difference between the Winter and Summer girl? Despite the contradiction of Suc Oe and Policy, it is a noble, sat >oactory thought to be right. atriotism lost and a Nation is rapidly sailing towards the shoals of wrecked manhood. BSay folks did any of you ever ply, "Frog in the middle, and ': can't get him out?" SWhat will McKinley do about ub? The answer to this query rilly be waited for by millions of le in the different continents. VoQte...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 13 March 1897

gator she hatched is a South usiana curiosty.-Peoples De- Coi nds. the 2Y Souls alive, Brother Dunn! take ide ?the cake, take the cake ! mo 2 Speculators have bought up 8,- ed ,nO00 bales of wool, pending the mo ý.yevlsion of the tariff. Thisamount p1 money will pass any law they gob Rih. -Peoples Demands. be My, my brother! You don't and think that a Congressman can be not Jiought, do you? thr The manager of the Idea after ly eading the atrocities committed Cr< n Americ An citizens in Cuba E 'the Spaniards, burst forth in w foliowing style: "Do you d ow what I would do if I had theo r? I would go down to Wash- pa: ton and take thatoldhog Cleve- twi aid by the nape of the neck and On e of his breeches and dump him Pry 'r. io a Cuban cell such as Dr. Ruiz a murdered in and let the rats, Isards and scorpions feast on him kiII there wasn't anything left of himbut a grease spot.-Republi- aI can-Idea. Oin You might perform your part int brother manager! lout we opine ve, -the rats. li...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 13 March 1897

1 The Progress. T, LA. - MARCH 6. 1887 RAAO WANDEREIRs. 1 gain the weather is an onsar quantity. olly Tony Ellett, of Moorings. t was in to see us for a short i e Tuesday. travelers owe Commissioner a a chromo for fixing Texas 0 so80 they can get along that u ghfare. C' Progress feels sorry for the carriers, but the people wilL 0 our paper-more still want it a we must burden our friends ?e maore. iM The Progress believed in g its own horn like some, it Of with great truth tell of the Increase of its circula- ha the last two months, 500 or wi re promised a freeze abouta Our fruit don't need it. maoh of Texas avenue and to Wtosd, or the former, will be so .y July 4th. be .itor wants to go fishing he madam and the kids, P furnish a conveyance and :night of last week, Mr. ,l Bogel, one of our best died suddenly. iHe n the drug business here wm time and was quite sueo- I Sit. He was buried Sun- ma con. I S the public learned that P Loed, one of our Co nbuyers and brokers 1 attahed by cre...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 13 March 1897

W y~E~SPAPEH ? 110110 -P-PODiE. And now Hon. B. W. Bailey has on his abusive cap. Take it off friend! it doesn't become you at F All. Scott says that nearly all the rowley folks went to Mardi-Gras in New Orleans. How many did yousay went, L. S? Look out for "pistols and coffee for two,,' between Brother Lewis, of the Church Point Democrat, and a gentleman whom he seems to be a5 fter with a sharp stick. Judge Gilbert L. Dupre,should Fall in line with the reform move Sinent. He is fining concealed :wepon fiends only 825. Too small iJudge! too little. _"The last issue of Peoples De mands, of Colfax, made it a one ,year old under the editorial man agement of Mr. J. E. Dunn, but he gets out a good paper, seems to _'be fair and manly and we like him. Here is success to you and Peo piles Demands, brother! May you -l both wax rich and influential as you grow older. 5`A law and order league has been organized in Claiborne parish. Well it is time. The town of Alexandria is just now enjoying a...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 13 March 1897

Quaeer Pabuhe Documesat. A few inside and at the same time peculiar pointers glided out of a certain public establishment in this State, which, while not at' L all startling, were a little on theu Lorder of the sensational and were o just a little interesting. They likewaise show how strong is the in- C L elination to get around the greater o powers and save a few cents, while the one .praeticing the deception may not be in the least stingy. 'Now to the point. A certain e xIgenaeman prominent in public af Srwithin the last half a centary B our State; a gentleman who had erved in both houses of our Na ;:ional Congress, placed in the nmall, two trunks, seemingly well p . packed and labelled "Public Doc uments." SWell, apparently that was all o right. The statesman was retiring Congressional life and hasv- a served there a long time, it but natural that be should made an extended acquain and formed a great number whom be desired to re br in the closing hours of his life. Unele Sam is a...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 13 March 1897

)TE EIMAGAZI ES r" it, 4THE PEABODY FUND. C e o the Xowt WiMTly Bestowed Bear e factions n In Lstory. Men Geor lPatxx3enuudy3 ers ago put y j ss30,e!( ', v to be spxent in further . aaraion in the United states. he udbbhedly tshe wits.sit provision for pli goad that any similar benefac- ti md. President Gilman, chair- W d the board, sets forth the history is inus of this great fund in The At- a In the fist place he used unonm- d wiuI'm in selecting the board of trus Although the war had but recently di san men were violently divided in c, qimkins, he was broad enough to se- m aik men from the north and men re the south. He was wise enough not so " Ia- their action, but to allow them di y the money to education as they ca eOressing simply his conviction te fwould serve the best purpose iy fa educational work that was al- of lbqmn instead of founding new in- pt th ;;,3iruea psidents of the United States, di idle justices of the supreme courst a a amber of other most eminent mnen H EA ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 13 March 1897

THE NEW ADMINISTRATION i- '. - C t eg lu Nothing and Sawing Wood. I 1," al Correspondence. t SASHINGTON, March, 8th, 1897. .' new administration, probably t. sizing the impossibility of doing t iy work until the edge has b i1 taken off of the flying wedge S')ftlce seekers of the largest ";-. ;s-men who are after the places j.: covered by civil service un r ýs-is taking things as leisurely asi. possible. To-day the new i ,iubers of the Cabinet are for tfj. Irst time all in their offices, I4, like President McKinley, they i are levoting their time to visitors au 1 not to work. :.The holding of a caucus by the 1myublican Senators, ostensibly l for the purpose of electing Mr. Al Ii rn Chairman of the caucus in itce of John Sherman, but really ' 4 consider the advisability of at 'tnpting to All the committee va-l °haies has stirred up the silver orto fever heat, and if men ljc Senator Teller can have their = Vi ' 'ýd, the Republicans not only will S t be allowed to take their choice o` t...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 13 March 1897

I.' I %-S. Superior To All Sarsaparillas. Down in Georgia, over fifty years ag,, sa marvelous medicine was discovered. It was what is sow known as P. P. P., (Lippman's 1: reat Remedy), and its fame and reputation has been growing with the years. ror Rheumatism, Blood Poisoning Pain in the side, wrists, shoulders, back and joints, is, Malaria, Scrofula, and all Blood and Skin Diseases, it has never been equalled. sn is subjugated, Health Renewed, Appetite restored and sleepless nights banished by its wonderful influence. 1" P. P. P. is a wonderful tonic aau strengthener. Weak women should always take P. P. P. It builds them up. It has the usiversal commendation of medical men throughout the cauntry, because we publish the foreula on every bottle, and one trial will convince the miee skeptical that it is a genuine health restorer. Read The Truth And Be Convinced. A Wonderful Cu. cellent thing. We handle about one dozen bottlesa cek twe ssmartyr to muscular rheumatism iSr thirty wra. J...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 13 March 1897

A FESTIVE RELIGION. - - -- job. RLV. DR. TALMAGE INVITES THE an WORLD TO A BANQUET. li thi ma lie Takes as a Text, "Bring Hither the A Fatted Calf." and Prcaclhes an lnspir- C: i(.¶ Sermon on the Joy of a Saved Soul. pa t Grand Peroration.." 7AsrINGTON, March 7.-The gladgesses to a . eligion are set forth by Dr. Talmnage in Din ). sermon under the figure of a Vanquet, t01 a d all tohe world is invited to beho guests. ea 'A-.i text is Luke xv, 21a, "Bring hither lii 4 1 fatted calf and kill it." a I all ages of the world it has Ibeeon cus- it .t:. ary to celebrate joyful events by fea- Gc i. . y-tbo signing of treaties, the proo- w I a' tion of peace, the inauguration of da I.'.dents, the coronation of kings, the the e ristnmas, the zutrrriage. However much no .:1 other days of the year our table may se, I a stinted supply, on Thanksgiving day Be t .re must be something bounteous. And .the comfortable honmes of Christendom in eo at somen timeno celebrated joyful events on iy banquet ...

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