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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 27 March 1897

The Progress. No. 13. HREVEPORT LA. March 27 1897 Price 5 Cents VYolume 6--No. 13. SHREVEPORT. LA., March 27, 1897" Price 5 Cents OCeap Corn vs. Cheap Cotton. ce MANSFIELD, La., March 12th, is fdaor outhern Farmner: There is PI a great deal being written and said ci nowadays, Mr. Editor, about how 5E to raise cheap coiton. Would it ic not be as well to :see if we cannot ii = raise cheap corn, and how to do d' In the winter of 1892-93 the Rev. Cyrus Harringtbn, knowing that-I a: alwoay had corn to sell, asked me "how much it cost me to. raise a bushel of corn. I could not give  an accurate debtor and creditor a-. oceut o any plot of land,.or of tIe whole place. it *:: t year I planted a little field a of eighteen acres, and kept an ac- P count with the same. I will here .'transcribe a page from my plantai -tIU aubte book, entered each day b : :a the work was done: . cno d~tt cultivatixig eighteen acres . ;-.of corn, including the preparation at the 1"d r ry 27-2 1-2 days with' mnid...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 27 March 1897

Wr; thingt5 Iuwer. Doem pecal Correbpondence. cert s Washington, March 22d, 1897. e Senatora do not propose to ng t.iuntil the House passes the it mý Caew tariff bill, upon which the de- Dem bate was opened to-day to last 11 the 31st inst., when it will be or sl .ioted upon and passed. The Sen- it, b gate Committee on Finance has de- taen `tided to take the bill up at once Den ,tand to "perfect" it. That may of t .man an almost entirely new bill b ;by the time the -Senators geting through their perfecting process. ami fEnance committee has two va caused by the retirement osen he~~n and Voorhees, which sen not likely to be filled at the not session. Assuming that not ator Jones, of Nevada, will n ete with them, he has said that he ~d--the Committee will be con by protectionists, and Chi imrefore friendly to the underly- edl principles of the Dingley tar il But, although none of them lg I ee to be qoted to that ex its understood thatmembers i! 'eommittee do not like the jiltt and inte...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 27 March 1897

WANDERSERS. or. W. B. Ogilvie is handling well-known ground feed again. Sused to be quite popular un edhe old Ogilvie and Thurmond giame, and now Mr. W. B. Ogil- i 'i- promises that it shall be just as i su as it ever was. Read what he gapay The Progress to-day. ~ewsrs. S. G. Dreyfuss & Co., em,ving a sidewalk laid to their j me store building in keep- t with its appearance and that of paved block on Crocket street,., it abuts. t p0eveport is an excellent egg, and butter market. The prices can always be ob- 1 for them here. We Cotton Belt train has been t several hours several times t the last ten days. What is i maer, good folks? E lT-e Progress is sorry that Mr. I B?8 . Tallos is suffering quite I with rheumatism. -sitiethe railroads undertake to Mayor McKellar they eamounter a very tough knot. fS the mayor of Shreveport and see to it that they do not things their way, regardless WigM or wrong. was considerable frost y morning. ,a Drouth Sufferers Play. night the City Item ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 27 March 1897

The Progress. Published Every Saturday. C. D. HICKS - Editor :tered in the Postofflce at Shreveport- as Second-class Mail Matter. Orzuc--205 Milam Street, between Mar ket and Spring Streets. SUBSCRIPTION PRICES. e Year ..................One Dollar ~ Months............Sixty-five Cents aKlkree Months........Twenty-five Cents ' Ofi Journal Caddo Parish Farmers Alliance. . a: ravE oaTr. LA. - M.nonx 27. 1897. q . To be charitable is a noble trait. '> The signs of the time - The ihands on a clock face. To speak evilly of no man, is a ,divine plane to dwell on. SEveryone should be proud of his nty and his Nation's flag. Beware of the ' nan or woman who loves not his or her home. All people should honor the hurah. It has done much for civ `isation. :A man may differ from you ?lthout being either a rascal or an nramus. other W. Oscar Pipes has cer gone over to the Ropubli Sparty-"boots and baggage," ýmass't he? :One ftor all, all for one should be dominant spirit among the peo e of a c...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 27 March 1897

stances Irish potatoes are up.- -ov Baton Rouge Truth. tur The Daily Item is doing valua- ar ble work for the drouth sufferers. fe Some of the country newspapers would like to underate the corps of roi actors now touring the State in the toe interest of the relief fund of the no Item, but in doing so they will re- tul ceive the cen sure of good people :instead of their approval. All ah praise to the Item.-St. Mary Her- de aid. cil The doctor and the judge were oF having a discussion near the post de office a few days since, and the doctor, in explaining why he was a true Democrat, quoted some of :Ithe tenets as laid down by Jeffer- \ :.son. The Judge became wrothy er a.nd defied the doctor to produce ,his proof, saying: "I have all of ,Jefferson's works and have never read any such stuff in them." fo Whereupon the doctor exclaimed: "It is some of the unwritten Jeffer- lii 'sonian tradition," and walked a, :,sway leaving the judge looking - mased.-Opelousas Courier. ' Some how we ar...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 27 March 1897

THE TRIU MJeH OF SPRING 1897. And the Latest Production in Rare Novelties will be Exhibited Saturday jht, .tprd 3rd, at 8 o' lock. S -'-nnouncement .OF 1896 we promised to continue our progressive strides with I*n ()ur Innt more energy, determination and persistence than ever. Since then we have worked laboriously, earnestly and perpetually; of course the inevitable result of this toil has been success, and on Saturday night you will see displayed articles of every description, representing every land in the world. You will also notice the different Noyelties and Necessities, which we have recently added, that are foreign to dry goods stores. You will be given painters regarding the different styles and get new ideas and modes of living. .• . . . . -- - - - ---  ". . rrAnd Introduction of New o - SpringO FFSIIONS. U) OUR BUSINESS RULES. PUBLIC OPINION. N $ , . p 1-Twentieth cherly iundeasd. Philadelphiar has its "Wamre er's." a 0 8-RAbsoloyutely underse lln everybodo. Batiinore ha...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 27 March 1897

Annie Bettf were the guests of the after noon. e** I never saw straw hats worn so early as I have noticed them this season. On every mild day, that reminds one that spring is near, I have counted quite a number of spring hate on the streets. And at Miss Camille Giffen's millinery opening this week the hats displayed presented a veritable flower garden. The modest and beautiful little violet, in both purple, blue and white, is so popular, as also are geraniums of red- and other shades. In fact, the supply does equal the demand. The woman is made of something more than ordinary weak human flesh, who can sit at home, her purse shut tight, while every morning brings a fresh and enchanting panorama of temptation in the shop windows and on counters. There are fashions in flowers as in everything else, different blossoms being eonsidered appropriate for women of dif ferent ages, just as much as different styles of dress. The debutante is given- the beautiful warnation as the most suitable ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 27 March 1897

The Progress. BffSnvPowr, LA., - MA.H 27, 1897. CAGED WANDERERS. The Progress was glad to meet ;IMr. F. I. Sheffer, of Kansas City, "Monday. Mr. Sheffer has invest *ed in Caddo land, and with Mr. Howard Cole-both of whom know ' :good thing-will push it along. ST;-he Progress enjoyed a social ll from Mr. D. C. O'Mally, W. r Meyers, D. R. DeCastro and 1dwin Warren, of the City Item ;Comedy Company, Monday. They re a clever set and any one's office ,-Would be enlivened by their pres enoe. Dr. W. G. Mobley, of our city, od at his residence Saturday and E tas laid away in the new cemetery iday afternoon. He was a a  gentleman, a Confeder t * veteran and a large number of ~ best people attended the fun Howard Cole is a hustler. See Sbig ad in The Progress. 'lheire was a heavy rain Sunday moon; and the thunder roared and there was hail with the Safd some folks got "skeert." MMr. L. Thomas, fireman on the SC. S. & G. Railroad, paid us a lsnt call Monday afternoon. c~ ool wave came...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 27 March 1897

ýJBSPArI'I JIODQGT-PO)(nGE. sell SIon i. Claron-Appeal says: "The aerxchant9 of Bastrop have all come qui together and agreed to buy no yet ~iods to be hauled by wagon to sec j3.~trOp except by Mr. J. T, Scog- nog i~,s wagons, he of course agreeing 9 :,ohaul as cheaply as anybody Ho else. This agreement will give ma !him all the wagon business of the Ma tobwn. Bastrop people are at last Me :iginning to learn the importance bil anid advantage of pulling and ntnding together. Had they al- Al wuys done that the town wouldsta .gare been much larger than it is. the 'The Mansfield Journal says that ahie farmers in DeSoto parish are irther advanced in their work @lso they have been for years. Ra i4ime are putting in more acreage pe i't corn than formerly and they are fir .ip1ating in a methodical way. sti The Peoples Demands is pub-. hu h"ghed at Pollock, by Mr. E. A. Siithis and the Peoples Demands is ti Published at Colfax, by Mr. J. W. th , i. Which is switch? in Brother Duval, of Houm...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 27 March 1897

The Progress. Published Every Satnrday. . D. HICKS - - - - - - Editor Entered in the Postoflice at Shreveport as Second-class Mail Matter. OFFICE-205 Milaam Street, between Mar ket and Spring Streets. SUBSCRIPTION PRICES. One Year .............. ......One Dollar Six Months ............... ixty-five Cents Three Months..........Twenty-five Cents OfL Journal Caddo Parish Farmers Alliance. SRavEr POW. LA. - MADCs 27. 1W1T1. Who does right, is an ennobled manhood. One may conciliate without be ang unmanly. Evil report always grows in vir uiece by repetition. Harsh criticism seldom proves an effective weapon. To be dominated by an unholy prcjudice, is the most debilitating kind of serfdom. When shall we have a fair bal lot--for intelligent suffragans In Louisiana? The length of the day and night were even on the 22d inst .y folks ! did you know that? The Father of Waters is in an angry mood: let us be prepared to assist those whom he chasteneth. The clouds must be very heavy and lowering...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 27 March 1897

* PINNERt--WHS-- EIA. kir offi Bantering and general topics are att heaid on the streets daily. and l r interest relative to the clubs' success is taken, not only by the club memb'ers, but by the masses of citizens and business m-n; but gothing has transpired during the pastweek to call for special men- Sh tibn by The Progress. tio Many favor an early road meet, Sb and articles of agreement are be- cil lug readily signed by applicants to ho eater same at one-, or as soon as Nc ` majority of the riders sel can agree on a date. ar The streets are being put in good to condition by Street Commissioner wj W~ise, which will enable the cyc- . lists to do their best speeding. Lo WC An early road race is favored by r ,many who think it should take ca place in the next ten days. Get the on your togsboys ! and let her roll. pr S* * ch The Shreveport Wheel and Road gi' Club had its regular meeting last the Tuesday night and was a very en- so -asliastle m3 ting. Many were frn .Sent, taking part ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 27 March 1897

1 GREAT SACRIFICE. V. OR. TALMAGE ILLUSTRATES THE ATONEMENT. Sp lxpias the Theory et Vicarious iBserlsee-Thee Blood of Christ-Case.s a -substtu-tion-Jife For Life-Frequeae, ,a Sufering For Others. & WAsrUTOo , March 21.--brom many anditiuns of life Dr. Talmage, in this mer m, draws graphic illustrations of one of sublimest theories of religion-namely,, jl ous eacriSfLe. His text was Hebrews , SI, ''Without shedding of blood is no asston." John G. Whittier, the last of the great of American poets that made the - q ter of a century brilliant, asked ie ir the White mountains, one morning raypers, in which I had given out (jiwper's famous hymn about the "foun Minled with blood," "Do you really s these is a liseral application of the of Christ to the soul?" My nqgative then is my negative reply now. The stntenient aree with all hysicdlo s, ail dse'ad all soentstst in mm t blood is the life, and in the rei ion ito means ulmpy thae tls talk of r who suths Bible story Mdl tis disgsls...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 27 March 1897

,. in log hut meeting house of the wl SNaes. Now I am thrilled as I see the 1 sitegrs of ancient sacrifice crimson with the i l~iod of the slain lamb, and Leviticus is .tne not so much the Old Testament as te New. Now I see why the destroying angel, passing over Egypt in the night, i-ed all those houses that had blood ?prinkld on their doorposte. Now I know Ihat Isaiah means when he speaks -of "DUe in red apparel coming with dypd p-m5Dts from Bosrah," and whom the 'i; 7lYPle means when It describes a ieveahi chieftain whose "vesture was dipped in blood," and what Peter the I te*, means when he speaks of the * eoious blood that cleanseth from all nla," and what the old, worn out, decrepit iaisdonary Paul means when, in my text, :.o'les, "Without shedding of blood is no -I o." By that blood you and I will giwaved or never saved at alL Glory be ,ts God that the hill back of Jerusalem was =tie battlefield on which Christ achieved Waterloo. -1e amost exciting and overpoweriang I at on...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 27 March 1897

f The Progress. SwanvwPow,, LA., - MAacH 27. 1W7. SMasdamn Rumnor Says T1~ She has nothing against any one,- and is not now engaged in a search for faults. That Mr. F. M. Donahoe is one the most courteous and popular gentlemen whe ever held a rail road position-in Shreveport. : ThatMr. Paul Lowenthal's earn esjieal is missed in the City Coun ThatMayor McKellar is all right. ;Like all men of progressive indi viduality he is liable to make mistakes, .but his aim is the ad vancement of Shreveport. SThi thief Nelson is not only a irus gentleman, but a most excellent officer as well. iThat Mr. Andrew Querbes is a ire, faithful officer who will ;k. a splendid record as a police That all labor is honorable, but Hoigent labor is dignified and Texas avenue should be aed before any work of the kind dv-one anywhere. .:.hat the mail carriers have an task in delivering the rmnous circulation of The Prog- 1 * but they go about it cheer knowing how anxious all sub I bers are to get it, and the r...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 27 March 1897

"PARK VIEW Is the name of the beautiful suburb where has just been placed upon the market, and is offered to the rich, the poor and those of moderate means, such bargains in desirable lots, and on such easy payments, that the Home seeker, Investor and the speculator will not hesitate to buy. ........ It is a well established fact that Shreveport is built upon a substantial rock, and backed by men of enterprise, capital and ability, and who can't afford to see the town go backward, and on the other hand, are standing ready and willing to go down into their pockets and advance whatever is necessary to advance the interest of the city, and with the natural advan tages, and railroad facilities, there is no reason on earth why we should not have a city three times our present population within five years, . . . . . . Did you ever stop to think what we have to back up our city ? If not, do so right now. After so doing I am satisfied you will want to make an investment, then look the town ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 27 March 1897

THE NEW : : : : VVWhenYou want any thing to .GO " lurninum Be with a wheel just [keep us in mind. We have everything for Push the button and clear the way C ýl .Acme Spring Ventilated 2i'yele Lrips. Last forever. THE NEWEST As for WHEELS, we are agents for ImoMpS, corJn m IA. SELLS, - $100.00 to all alike. SADDLES, eYCl6OJ ETERS, W FEJI CJ-IES, o C,. ,UMPS, 5 TOURISTS' BAQS, CEJVI NTS, O .) GRjIPS, ETe. ROSE'S Nos. 104 & 106 Texas Street. I ay tieeieved a full an a rnplete line of Garden and Pield Seeds, including...... Millet and Cane seed, rarieties of Clover. orthern grown, no danger 6 varieties of Oats. f being mixed with Johnson 6 varieties of Field Corn. 6 varietiedt of gra-es. ' 7 varieties of Planting Pots s6 including the celebrated Bliss, Triumph, Crown, swell etc. h.. Il.... ant ad estern lerown Onion Betto, whte Red.: ard.Yellow.. I., i h.ve a full and oomplete line of l .sed, adpte to this cnlimat, and my prioes as et compariso t wmith any seed house in the oous ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 3 April 1897

1 3 dý~A ' t ~iib·Price 5. er- a SNEE r.' .,pi 3 87 ", g * w."It o URI iti - II I PIf h t 1.disit t ýF ýP iiRRý"" s s r~d~PS 16#~itTao~ U: J~t Rai S osts of other brave men wepe et sIeep in the soil of the old Comn- k m .nwea maWy of theuim in 4U ii ed graves but men who sle t t ed their devotion utthtliw blopod; It when re-mensebsr thiesd, I ifeel A gramt Qsiidr -ta. opiten ty to a n d.' t NU .will ever cherish the me ry. oft YQu do not exim me, as I A battles that made your me ster- b Snal; nor to pronounes a panegyrtA whose brief existence shall et o stand out in history as a chival rous protest am st -the encroach- f ments of a govershd a upon the rights ttes. May I sai, h er, in passing , to more meou oughts, that no . page in hstor records, on 'the n of a con w goiSp ple, a orsle submission to the d -. sn at embibited by tatosy r obore the p im hable name of ")P . 0uart4AatpsS of~ Am~e' th 7, Sofao d a ýyonfed oe tenteundera~ wc 4 o n',· off an o~~~.P da4 hate. are not - 'aar ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 3 April 1897

Christ." Our eyes turn to the su- by porstructurc. 4.gai wp hear t ofieo master-builder: - "Set every man takei-'hc d how h.; buildeth thermo ' zOw t 1 a : ma'i build upon this foundation yoi gold, silver, precious stones, wood rie hay, stubble; every man's work on1 shall be made manifest; for the the day shall declare it, because it sol shall be revealed by fire; and the fire shall try every man's work, of the what sort it is. If any man's work ly abide which he hath built thereup- gle on, he shall receive a reward. If hey any man's work shall be burned, the he will suffer loss;, but he himself tlel shall be saved; yet so as by fire." an' But change the metaphor again. n Life is a warfare. We are the sol- thi diers. The Apostle Paul said: "I th e have fought a good fight; I have er1 finished my course; I have kept the the faith." the Hencesorth there is laid up for me a crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous S1 judge, shall give me at that day, Ox and not to me only,...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 3 April 1897

/* Next Tuesday willbe decoration day of the Confederate Veterans E aof thisptate, -to loe he celebrated I in Shreveport by General LeRoy. i Stafford Camp No. 3. SThe State.. has likewise put the t 8coronation of honor upon it by de- I 'clarins it a dies non. And it is well I that she has. Every loyal son of 1 Louisiana, whether by birth or t 4adoption; whether, as soldier, he I swore the gray or blue; whether, too I . oung for either, his baby eyes I frst saw the skies which, sunset- I iued, traced roseate colors on the I andscape above or below Mason's I iand Dixon's line, will fully indorse t. A patriot loves one in whose 4 ..reast burns the fires of loyalty to 4 ) hoane cause; and-hence we repeat yll 1cMsens ..of to-day-if they be bnen-'ill honor the. Legislature which made this event a dies non. `With no reward for the chival osservices performed in defense i--of a sacred right, save hallowed V-nfffnt'scences which gleam and ap plqe °and scintilate with deeds of he*oism that Ci...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 3 April 1897

The Progress. jpbblished Every Saturday. ... - Edo~r '. D. HICKS - Entered in the Postoffce at Sbtreveportp Second-class 4M t. OFFICE--205 Milam Street, ew Mr ket and Spring Streets. SUBSCRIPTION PRICES. j One Yer...........One Dollar SOne YeMut ... . 8ity-Are Cents h Months.. ...'wenty-ftve Cents Tlree Months....... 00' Journal Caddo Parish Farmers Alliance. B5HaVUWrOr LA. - - APRIL 3. 187. snip Every cotton grower likes gin. whi4 -----------who der a It is the man who thinks, who der an iý l BI The silver ticket will win again Stal ttime. Go Wealth is a despotic tyrant, but T a cowardly one. be frie Assail a man's interest, and yon ma ake him thoughtful. wit STread on a man's corns, and you tpla I attract his attention, sure. tin _ ~ liti Many a crime has been commit- Na in the name of expediency. Experience is generally very bU , but it leaves a lasting im- eil on. fel man who is better than his t unity will try to be, is in an ppy m ppy condition. LLI in After our recent efiort,...

Publication Title: Progress, The
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