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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 3 April 1897

The Island Wants to Jola the Union. SpeEsal Correspondence. SWashington, D. C., March 29th, SThe annexation of Hawaii seems about to be made a live question Sagain, not by the negotiation of a treaty similar to that sent to the SSenate by Mr. Harrison and with drawnby Mr. Cleveland, but by a formal application from the gov ernment of Hawaii for the admis sion of the island republic into the United States, either as a Territory or as a State. This application will, there are reasons to believe, be very shortly made to President McKinley, who will send it to Con Sgress with his recommendation as to what shall be done with it. President McKitnley has not com mitted himself, and nobody ven -tares a positive assertion as to whether he will favor or oppose. If he favored the application it woud be granted by Congress in short order, but should he oppose it, the outcome would be in doubt, as there are a considerable number of men in both House and Senate who rould hesitate to vote to ad mi...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 3 April 1897

THE TRIIU MfH OF SPRING 1897. And the Latest Production in Rare Nox elties will be Exhibited aturday 7( At, Xfprid 3rd, at c o'clock. ý-o ... º . ý . ý .. ý w . , ý o ý - _ - H º +-w-..^ýºa.ý -ý w +.-i-.- i.-' o.ý CI9-CL .--- ri--r ý ý+-f.-r-ýr--iIºctc. ý . I 1 t 4 a 1 o t OF 18 6 we promised to continue our progressive strides with men as r fa& 4 W n 4e amore 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 Novelties 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. - -- tt . -C--~-C - C -~-CC-L C-'-C i ~ C-C-- C-·Clt - ____ Z___ _ _ ___ __ _ _ S 1 A r. Introduction of lNew i...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 3 April 1897

straa of the bat with all mixed in with dainty t was tipted lust a little at nltpatiugod the most colored lace, with short down over the waving prettier have I seen in the dbta. elle Vance entertained at her piania street Friday n ight with complimentary to her charm Miu Carrie Pane Thornberrvy, muh to the regret of her many departed for heome in Kentucky Jessie Fankk, of Vicksburk, Miss., addedto the cotorie of girls vis Waewepo*t, she is the guest of Mrs. Frank. My gaTqmn Light, a St. Louis belle, tbh first prise in one of the dubdol that city for a receipt hb gare; entitled "How to Manage " Ai is the receipt: "Take >r of aiaility, truth, -interest *ae.s, th a spice of wit thrown la the ie of cheerfulnress; shake with y flattery and serv-e lady o ny soceed a happy time with her hus she h* 1, $ ek wo ' ýs so'eoi8llthie *f the will certainly become perfect of their peculiarities and intimate acquaintance ti .t Yearee'a beautiful home was y A" the many frienda of Miss about the tr...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 3 April 1897

The Progress. SNEVEPOWr, LA.. - - APrL 3. 1397. fl1swDIFTlI'4G T4EWASLzETS. 7ic No Nc The outer walls of the K. C. de- Nc pot begin to look handsome al ready. Nc The Columbia Club building is N bout complete, and soon this Nc SplOtcopee tre Fsplendid organization will be in its N handsome quarters, suited to such ave N4 body of men. str Good judges say that the society N ;department of The Progress is the st in the city, and doubtless this N will be generally conceded. N Tuesday morning, a negro said er that the train had just killed a 200 stre anoud hog; but as our rambler N saw neither hair, bone, hoof nor Tex ide, he will not vouch for the cor- N rectness of the statement. a Those live-oak trees in the court stre use square seem Ito be dead in. Keep off of the grass. This or nance should be passed by the lice jury, to prevent pedestrians F m cutting across and killing the ass near one of the Texas street dal nt corners of the court house; it da a shame. ex, olks in their shirt-sl...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 3 April 1897

ttn for The Progress.] CONTENTMENT. I take life jest as I find it; If it's hot, I never mind it; Hunt around for shady trees, An' jest whistle up a breeze; If it's enowin', why I go ,. Jest a skimmin' crost the snow; (Ever try how good it feels In a wagon off the wheels?) Spring or winter, summer, fall, I'm jest thankful for 'em all. Folks say the world's full of strife; That jest livens up my life; When the good Lord made it, He Done the best for you and me Saw the sky had too much blue, An' rolled up a cloud or two; Gave us light to sow an' reap, Then throwed in the dark for sleep; Every single drop of dew Twinkles on a rose for you. - Tell you, this world's full o' light; Sun by day, an' stars by night; Sometimes sorrow comes along, But it's all mixed up with song; Polks that always make complaint, SThey ain't healthy-that they aint; C tu.Some would jest live with the chills, - If it warn't for doctors' bills; Always findin' fault with things, Kill a bird because it sings. I take...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 3 April 1897

r.:S 3 br. egro has invented an instru to .traigb6en the kinkiest Anditissaidtobe a suc too. Sis a penalty of $10 attach -spitting in the street cars of adelphia. owley Signal is now 12 years 'Quite a boy in years it would , but one of the livliest, quick strongest youngsters in the SThis boy is always manly, s able, always conscientious. ows truth and hesitates not are it. A still greater suc to you, Brother Scott an journalist are you, such a will make your mark in the ys of integrity, on the ros celsior. an article in the Picayune ay last, the following ex taken: "It has been an in London that the anni of the completion of the year of the reign of Queen will be marked by the of all the slaves in the possessions in Africa. Africa the most trust statistics show that there ,000 slaves. In the Brit sions there are at least slares, or more than one of thea total population of States. It has been es that the keeping alive of trade costs the lives of ves annually. Sseen from this that i...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 3 April 1897

lam iaumor Says She will advise all our to carefully read the ser by Dr. Penick, to the Confed Veterans, in this issue of The 68. That Judge A. D. Land is grad ya making an excellent record a jarist. 'Tht Messrs. Thatcher and elsh is a firm of excellent law Mr. F. S. Hammond is in Shreveport the same as and accommodating Y official that he had the tlon for in Lake Charles. Mr. J. D. Lee is fast forg ftjp te front as one of Shreve most solid business men. Mr. Abe Meyer is a relia #i laness man who is a good ThaCapt. McCarty has made a iitexsellent record as market and has the full confidence the City Council. bhat lthere are many more res ons by the most faithful em yes of our post-office, some may hear something from Progress in language that shut off debate. difficulties are extremely ful to The Progress, but Spublic duty commands it it shall do so, be the of whom he may, and the con be what they may. She would by far rather than reprimand. District Attorney Land has the city and p...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 3 April 1897

PRAISE FOR GREECE. W - - la REV. DR. TALMAGE ON A SUBJECT OF d, In WORLDWIDE INTEREST. I 3. Shows What We Owe the Greeks-A ir Debt Is Language, Art, Heroismn and t to Medeolne-The Best Way to Pay the Debt. 01 WASHINGTON, March 98.-As Dr. Tal unago's sermznon' are published on both sides g, the ocean, this discourse on a subject of worldwide interest will attract universal to 'attention. 11s text was Romans 1, 14, "I c am debtor both to the Greoeks and to the bh barbarians." 81 :." a At this time, when that behemoth of abominations, Mohanmedanism, after 0 having gorged itsaclf on the carcasses of it 200,000 Armenians, is trying to put its tws upon one of the fairest of all na- A tions, that of the Greeks, I preach this As sermon of sympathy and protest, for ev eery intolllgent person on this side of the sea, as well as the other side, like Paul, c who wrote the text, is debtor to the Greeks & Tbe present rilss is emphalsed by the b Sguns of the allied powers of Europe, ready b to...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 3 April 1897

ITS columnar~ impretitvreness, uleectng an a hearty resolution of synpa- litter and ec Snati. Would tha all who exclaimed, ot wards that can be heard in plied, "Oh, potent woruld tter them now, when they as I saved t uch needed Let us repeat to them What an cish what they centuries aga de- forothers, to the world in Greek, "Blessed are illustrate tl who are persecuted for righteous- Ing and i1 ewho for theirs t tbhe kingdom of and crushi aske f* escending e" way of partly paying our debt ed our soul the Greeks is by hbigher appreciation of suffering i )rnin and s elf sacrifice of the men overthrow' in our ownland stand for all that the truth, and SoGreoks stood. Whilehereand there Draw you V60 to public approval and reward and it is I eie of them live in privation or on jars and o-sIocef u ly small. The scholae, and Greek , the artists, the literat story of Slive dp three or four the differs of stairs and by small windows that Then, I jiot let in the full sunlight. You pass self sae...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 3 April 1897

has passed out of the hands of the Sheppard estate. It is now owned by a stock company AnjmrlM remain Republican. zw the bike has its jour ted to cycles and cyole news. Say! lets all -'jine" in an excur sion to Mooringsport, and take Capt Matt and Mr. Hammond along! Hurry up folks! and get up that "hooraw" agin. Whatis the mat ter with Burwell Ogilvie, Jim Mar tin, Howard Cole and all the rest of Ahi lsatlens? % Ooue forward now ge ts! and lets hare a big ex cursion to Shreveport, with plenty of barbeesed me, ffi'yt } ater. 'These ll mahe thish m! e ii* ViA frieAdt lMr. J. .- MACabl was in the office Friday. Always 1 Sglad to to see jovial Jim. There will be 'preaching at Jor- i ki 1-4i A1 sta8g.A and a 'o'clock, by the pastor, Rev. H. W. May. This bein the first Sab of Ja, he rearment f the Lord's supper will be ad <ý ministered. A cordial invitation extended to alt And don't for that Sunday school services S9 0 o'clock : come out Shrevgportumust have a popula onif 22,000' by th...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 3 April 1897

PARK VIEW ais the name of the beautiul scuburb where has just been placed upon the mrt, 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 ome seeker, Investor and the speculator will not hesitate to buy..... t9kIt is a well established fact that Shreveport is built upon a substantial rock, and backed by men of enterprise, capital and ability, and who tocan't afford to see the town go backward, and on the other hand, arc standing ready and willing to go down into their pockets and advance whatever is refd the city an d wihthe natural advan necessary to advance the interest of the city, and ith the natural advan tages, and railroad facilities, there is no reason on eath fvhy wa should not have a city three times our present population within five years,.... id. ou oer 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 inves...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 3 April 1897

s4' I' -4 ·- - ; SCHA TC E WIA CES _-i Simone. lft prices will make tbem The Barx Oett Je relrzy Cons Sherman Texas, faik, owing a big New York -oas S3,ooo.ct. ThUs House to protect itself bought the whole stock and put it on the market 40 their costomers at So per cent less then regular prq, W1E F were fortunate enough to secure a large number of these watches and wil offer them Tuesday. April 6th, and balance of the wee. (if they last that long) at the following unheard of prices. SNO. 1. NO. 8. NO. 16. Eight watches-Ladies and gentlemen O__ wawcb--Gentleman,14 k,sold goli sizes, in gold filled cases; moverhenta One -adtchl , wi4 seveodilod d iqn movements; regular price Mi, this made by Elgin Watch Company; regular with seven diamonds Eli movnsnts; _in momet; ru prie this prices 112 to 14; this sale.......... $7.40 regular prices 4M this s.._ ... 7.. ..............44 1 O -- - No. 17. sizes, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ . Eli an Wata mo1eiiela Ooi Wath-adeS 14b--asen k, soli od ~.....................

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 10 April 1897

The Progress. Volume 6- -No. 15. SHREVEPORT. LA., April 10, 1897. Price .5 Cents ExprecsiolN ofit a Thinking San. joi To the Editor of The Progress. ed Robeline, La., March 27, 1S47. no I cannot refrain from writing to congratulate you on the great im- CO provement in The Progress. I ad eC mire the mechanical work as well as the editorial. While we do not in always agree in methods you and i I generally are in accord when it eC comes to objects. I think if the to press of the State was independent in of the lash of partisan organiza tions and outspoken on all ques- 1u tions alecting the general condi- ' tion of the people prosperity would m much sooner come to our State. 01 Too many people have no confi- to dence in their own judgement, or a: have not the moral courage to t speak out their true sentiments. so it we find many of our papers instead h of moulding popular opinion on P lines that would elevate our citi- C zenship and raise the standard of n morals, pandering to those the...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 10 April 1897

THE OTHER SIDE. ca Ch 0O 3ir. Milton Nobles Replies to Dr. Van liI Lear. Sdc The following reply of Mr. Mil- tl ton Nobles to a sermon on the the- i ater, recently delivered by Rev. t, Matthew Van Lear of the First Pres- a byterian church of this eity, has fo been handed The Progress, by ab Sfriend "of the other side", with the fo request that it be published. This fo 'we willingly do, being always wil- to ling that the other side, couched in m. respectful language, shall be heard. a Whe Progress is loyal to the church, he but it is not afraid of the argument th t the moral theater.-Editor. ve Chicago, February 27th 187. m To the Shreveport people.m The sermon against the theater which pa preachd by the Rev. Mr. M. Van Lear, mi of your city, some time since, has been us at to me, with the request that I reply ha it. I will do this, to be courteous and ot1 an enlightened, fair people al Sdesire to hear both sides of every :.question they are asked to pass judgment n.' will refer seri...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 10 April 1897

P Vhe Progress. Published Every Saturday. E , IC. - - - - - - - Editor gatered in the Postoffice at Shreveport as Second-class Mail Matter. Oiric--205 Milam Street, between Mar ket and Spring Streets. - SUBSCRIPTION PRICES. One-Year.... ...............One Dollar Six Months............ .Sity-five Cents Thrde Months..........Twenty-five Cents OfF Journal Caddo Parish Farmers Alliance. SUaDvaroRT. LA. -. APRIL 10, 1897. It-is the man who never thinks who is readiest with an opinion. It-is generally a safe plan to hear the other side, before forming 4 a decision. No one is entitled.to an opinion who has not given.a subject care- 1 fal thought and study. We may never attain to an ideal citizenship; but unless we aim that high we are.very apt to remain in Sthe valleys of a debilitated condi Stion. SThe journalist who will clip an article and credit it to Ex is either laszy, oo indiflerent to be fairly honest; or he lacks down-right manhood. The fellow who has the cow to milk, is not apt t...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 10 April 1897

The Progress. Published Every Satnrday. - 0. D. HICKS - - - - - Editor entered in the Postofo.e at Shreveport as Becond-class Mail Matter. FIcOn--2I05 Milam Street, between Mar ýi k ket and Sprint Streets.. SUBSCRIPTION PRICES. One rar o *** - -..One Dollar Sonth ......... ixty-five Cents ': hree Month:s.........Twenty-five Cents. OfP Journal Caddo Parish FParmers Alliance. Rafh¶vrPORT. La. - APRIL 10. 1107. nhood isa sublime estate, and few' possess it to-day. First educate the masses to the 'n-boessity of a course, this is the : only successful plan. The average voter is but a gal slave to some faction or poli S We n never have reform until wePo convince the public that one is Surgently needed. -:$ t .`rewires tact, courage and ility to be a leader, but the t can follow. Sugreat race for preferment " a need more manliness Sdn4 less, far less-selfishness. Vhe man who is feeding at the 6e obunter, is not apt to become a S.. strong advocate of its abol ru"e of polities is the most de...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 10 April 1897

Wi cii sti wi rej There is no doubt that the wheel has come to stay evinced by the fact of the daily accessions to rank go of cyclinsts to all classes and it is lie nolonger regarded as a toy or a tii fad, but used for practical business tri purposes, by the merchant,the la'. borer, the farmer and all occupa- tions deem it a necessity. The question of better roads in a itself is recommendation in favor m of the wheel, and the old saying re "That politices makes strang bed follows," will aplpl'to the ardent and enthusiastic cyclist and the hi hard working farmer who are la working hand in hand for the com- tl4 mon cause for good roads. "Show fo me good roads and I can show you lij prosperous peo ple'-t' he 'BAD ROADS RESPONSIBLE FOR HARD f] TIMES. st France in Alancially .stable:and t strong, and her people. are busy and prosperous because nothing is v' praitted to go to waste; and yet a there is no country on the globe a where the masses 'realize so much g: resd enjoymentout of the ...

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

" A Sale that will add A Gam ion Sale.. . .AOa a " - · to our Fame and Ag E= see itate others. iWe begin our Second Champion Sale to-morrow, and it promises to be a hot one. We'll show the money-saving possi-. bilities of this great store, making a price record that will withstand all onslaught, bringing nearer a minimum price both.. the Necessities and the Luxuries wich go to make life worth the living. It doesn't matter whether you're an expert shop per or not, as here there are no misrepresentations to steer clear of, and you know that we stand as a stone wall between you and inferior goods. Envious would-be competitors will be dazed when they read. these prices, but O*e challenge- .- any New York houses or any "others" to meet them. Our prices are an anvil that have worn out many hammers. C PION SIL AL an silk for dresses and skirts, was E Mozambiques a silk and wool serge, light r M Ph N SILK dALF. n t 1.25. Champion price...............$1.3a cool, in soia and mixed, was 85c......

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 10 April 1897

first for the highbest score. wa Some of the people present were: Mrs. a, 5. I isa IIs:s. .lbrt..A .Reebstock, of the MroeR , Miss Wolf, Mr. and Mrs. Her- we mw 1erold; the Misses Levy, Mrs. Kahn, wil Clara, Emm* and Carrie -Flor- l Flora Dreyfus, Lalla Goldberg of tisi York, Annie Betts- of Brooklyn, oh Florsheim, Messrs. Henry Kahn, tri4 Frank, Eph Phelps, Bernard Soko- be Beymour Floreheim and Simon an, heim. hpu an Fidello Literary Club. 1 The Fidello Literary Club met - at the ch. ¢pome of Miss Camille Levy oa Cotton ad tee and criticised Lord Byron, both as to man and a poet. Some very bright re- rie and witty criticisms were made. the Among the young ladies who belong to rep the club ire: Misses Clara and Emma wl Florsheim, Lotilse Asher, Hanna Kahn, Stte Cahn, Camille Levy, Sara Davis, fir Fannie Moch, Bay Bejach, Bella Bath, arrle levy, Annie Gall, Flora Dreyfuss To Carria Plorsheim and eadfeor foaliby . One remarked: "Undoubtedly Lord Byron expebted at one time to be king ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 10 April 1897

1The Progress. SHRERVIPORT, LA., - - APRIL 10, 1897. DRIFTING NEWSLETS. We wonder when we will have a I new jail. The Progress enjoyed a social I call from Dr. Alphonse DeSeay, of Ruston, Tuesday. Dr. DeSeay is one of the most prominent physi- ] clans and literary men of Louis iana, and we hope he may decide I to move to Shreveport. 1 It will soon be time for Mr. E Schules.-r to be here to give a deft- I nite answer about the slack stave 1 factory. You will remember he j said ho would come about April 15th. Say, friends, that factory c Swill be a big help to Shreveport. 3 What will be done about more .street paving? Say, will this 1 wrangle put a stop to the whole 4 business? I SMrs. Dr. S. Furman is having t .a two-story cottage brilt on Spring street, near her residence. I It has a tenant already--"ao they The editor of The Progress prof- 1 &ered his voice to take part in 'the `C Inging on Decoration Day, and E tho offer was respectfully declined. o4w, what.do you think of tha...

Publication Title: Progress, The
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