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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 1 May 1897

The Progress. Volume 6--No 18. SHREVEPORT. LA., May 1, 1897. Price 5 Cente WASHINGTON LETTER. CIVIL ER VIcE TALK. SLong oideraso of the Tariff Bill. Special Correspondence. Washinton April 26th 1897. 1 The war ion the Civil Service ' rules seems to have begun in dead i  earnest, President McKinley has i had a long conference with the ] - members of the Civil Service Corm- I Smission, and, while it cannot be 4 oMolally stated that the conference related to a modification of the i Ses made by President Cleveland, i terare excellent reasons for be- i lieving that it did, and that Presi- i Yedtab McKinley had about made up I hiind to modify these rules to derable a extent, on the gen- a ground that some of those ex- 1 ns are calculated to injure I government service, rather to help. it. Two members of Cabinet have taken this stand 1 connection with the investiga now being conducted by a 2 [.b-committee composed 4Pitehard, of North Car ; Rlkins, of West Vib lag SChilton, of Texas, Secre...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 1 May 1897

iiby the cruel Emperor A. D. 03. Petrs characteristics were that as bold; impul.ive, frank, and athe was ever ready to preabch Sgospel, to prein miraole, to good and& t fo 1 is iassed Lord and Master, t1-e King an4 Savior of men. f'Wa T. P. 4's :",the Louisaiana di :. `t Warelers' Protective held its annual meet ' aport, andajolly good bibrad. The drummers are vial set, as a rule, and know j ' pleasure is, and how to get it. Sgood attendance was on hand, S tI creret parts of the State, ` all saieeml glad they were Ui te elemeonts outside did P.oQ~be .ag1ek' the thing. 4azriage ride around the city Ja - .but the rain entered , _hisprevailed. So ::an tuaket up .i oomapnites and other tioyaieraUy S.a.res of its a ,the sltated mwwas accoepted 'Fse :ithe sulec = LWpe:a of , a ad ,easd ýr: , trees b~jot :It we e .orvn IoP ;%e)t, on;~9~ go-: :aoc ,r The oCclers. The Shreport cyclers are neither -t dead nor asleep; in fact they are Ld very muchly alert and panting for h the excitement o...

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

The Progress. SHREVEPORT, LA., - - MAY 1, 1897. DRIFTING N EWSI.ETS. tlem ter a I paid Is it really a fact that the folks mon openly ply their dark tricks on the Got main streets of our city, in broad y, daylight? It is hard to believe gual yet it has been broadly hinted The more than once that it is so. TI Whether this is true or not, our police should be on the active alert muc to discover the truth or falsity mor of the rumor. S'pose you all have heard the Mr. whippowill? That is said to be was a sure sign of Summer appearing. It is doubtful which attracted pro more attention Monday asternoon; nes the row in the saloon or the buck- sigl ing horse in the wagon yard. A chil Cop took in one of the billiger- foi ents(?) but no one rode the object- nos ing equss. she And still Texas avenue has not C been paved! cal You will enjoy the protracted w0 services at Jordan street church, W1 come out and see. The Progress is proud of the fact hi that it doesn't have to constantly brag on itse...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 1 May 1897

The Progress. Ever' Batacy. "iJC - -Editor ii the ,Potomoe.at .8bwporast e.: nd -class Mai -Matter. M: il3aaur Str bet ?we Mar Sy.-dt saind. Slung Street.. - 1 i".. ··.·r·· .. ;One Doliar .'i R:: .Slxty-fty. Cent. r ::.. ..Twenty-Be COent :` (.ddo Parish Farmers Allila .. ]r., LA. - MAr 1. 189?. 'F< doolriiiEn*1*ist is opposed '~:'aoalabe 'at once oDr edStox~ wsould write "ihosir. 49 iyou .think it ruynswer be 'iw dh iij b~ ttttttttttbimS4 "4 governmen .'1S'a-~' mat ' ýTpo k3 , of n it _respet . L. .* lwe 6 ..- . paper will publish the opinions of others, the same as it will other matter of great public interest and difference of opinion. But it will not discuss religious matters as a denominational idea orbelief with any one. Bob Davey was called from vol: untary retirement to run for Con gress, ts save the demooracy; and now some. of the Democratic pa pers are abusing him because he voted for the Dingley bill, in order to protect sugar. What would they have Mr. Darey do?--turn ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 1 May 1897

provided for insane, appealed to us, in language silent but deep as humanity, to accept. Our charity hospital's, full to overflowing and inefficiently supplied with the ap- Lo pliances and accommodations ad- r equate to the just calls on them for o aid by the lame, the destitute, the a sick, the suffering; shuddered as C. the Ipiteous, though mute appeals oc oi these piteable wretches went out at through the State, in accents holy, ma begging the Legislature, the peo ple not to say, nay. Our maimed, or decrepid and enfeebled Confede- at rate veterans, by a sentiment as E, hallowed as life, in memory of deeds as glorious as the martyrs of the Chistian religion begged the st people to remember the hallowed pi past, and accept the proposition, ev and thus give them a support at a x time when they were no longer ' able to earn one for themselves. There were cogent reasons why e: the proposition should be accepted. - It seemed that laws, both human and divine, would sanction it; but it w...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 1 May 1897

1oItevwar! 'IJXtbaout i\ W. set the Pace! IP'e make Prices! reat ,Labor. -We have the Goods! The Best Store Because Most Anxioun to Please. _ _-_---_- Ever Busy Because Ever Reliable. i: By our indefatigable efforts and continous toil we have won the Trade, the Confidence and the Good Will of half Louisi is;..e-a. It requires no corroboration nor explanation to make ihis assertion clear to people, because our Bargains are messengers o( O@~ .:t; Abundance and Luxury to every home. It requires no exertion on our part to make prices cheaper than "others," i mses aemonstrated by the Pearl Button Sale of 11th inst.) because we buy from First Hands, In "Our Great Store" one suc lows another. We are Forging Ahead. We are growing day by day and are leaving far behind the "old timers" and - .". We are demonstrating with Energy, Push, Progressiveness and Get Up a nd Git can do, does, and will do, as ap Ihere..... PaSrasole ad Umbrella. hoe Department. New Japanese Fans -t. .Sh We are aP....

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 1 May 1897

SOME MORE O-TCJ-IY BfrARGAINS. For 'X'l is T"Aeel,. For Goods in any of our line, there is no one who can compete with us. Our constant study is to get the Best at the lowest prices, Siliver. U tmbrellas. Ptcturee, SFor this week we will offer nice China Handle Umbrellas nice In our Photograph allary we will 4 Heavy Sterling Silver Shirt Waist In our Photograh Qallar we will = SSets, worth 75c for.................. enough foSunday, each,...........OO make Best Cabinets-the new Artistic = Spoons. tinatgrettes. de - - New line of Sterling Silver Souvenir " Sterling Silver Vinaigrette Orders for Pictures from negotives on Spoons from S0c to 13.00 i Beauties, each............. ........$1.00 hand $1.p0 per dozen. tlbuicaI Goobs. 3 tcycles aub Sunbries Guitar with Leather Bound Canvas Case worth 77.00 for ...................50 Columbia Bicycles............... Mandolin with Leather Bound Canvas case. worth 6.50 for...............00 Remington Bicycles ............ ..100.00 Violin, Bow, and ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 1 May 1897

HE fl essxi IR S at ~j~i~.mmgs risal ~t _ i at ·dt fix " ý R t~h~w 4O . M- . -i i*"' l pt ~~fiid1 ~i~wrla god t ;n~rf^ r , 4;4bh I al R U' "t.L ( ~Ci· -dlih ·~~~"~~:·':~ -~. ·1; A : ear a been your dm: has ma Sded wira you whonpablicidiga - taon ran high against some of you for being quite free with your billies; and we still hope that you can giveas fadtaE ry explanat8ion, why have aease tings have been a- snow ego.e u--qeyyou trained n- eers, cannoto have failed to see d what duaizes and business men La weur forsed to observe. Sfar DoubUe s the grand jury has in vigatted this robbery thor Oe gklty. That body seemns to have tries to do is full duty--mpar t s r--but if a rue bill be found, em the jwk has just begun. The t pople will have to take a citizeas' F Iemebnt tin he pd pmeracuo. No oameer norpeit at ry is ever better or worse tlan j S irab ret ditsplaayed by the mor- j iai º.-, bsa. ving people. When The people demand e eaufrne. abnen 8 an taws, the omers sae- s I A malytt ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 1 May 1897

DRArFTG $EWSLETS. TI Bev. W. H. May began revial services at Jordan street church last night. They will continue through the coming coming week. A hearty invitation is extended the public to attend. That Hemphill Quartette is im mense. My! What music it does furnish. This is the oneth of the month, kindly keep off you bill collectors. Dew berries are coming in from our local district. We will wager the price on strawberies will take a drap. The Jordan street Methodist church has an Epworth League. Some people didn't seem to know that. C Come, come hustlers: get on a your ruPsing robes and begin on that 4th of July Excursion to no Shreveport. The time for picnics is at hand. So far the ladies have led off for the Genevieve Orphanage. Remember the picnic for the Genevieve Orphanage. The Progress is taking no sides 0 in this matter of which are the ge, eeai rine fied brick, until it i:I ws its ground. It will always a take the public's side in public - maters,. but just now, from the p...

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

.The . gress. R. blhied finy Satarday. - - - - - - r- Editor Athe Pioe at Shreveport as ;: od-epee Mali Mata. Dmar et, bet Mar " l'WN P BE. ,..O..._._ fee Dollar <. _ I,-,.. -See cleats~L , *8izy!tee Oanta Lam. - T tY 1.. 1891. Lar. - MarL 1. 1S7. t{ W ;JNDAY LAWV. oft1 Urns most severe blows 8rmdary law has ever re 3iii 8ihmpot at any ute, *when two diEsreat ::; ih~eýb 6s sW.B. : + kon glaiuen mat e numbered ý` = tbad~ip GE di.e sIra. were t r glvie, a met - irl*&a~slsratgm um wnat. ~ ~. 001t G~~~iiia su-jj~ . r Heed, on ath sipel.as dumb 4at ýu :. trj' area it ~oa1f lhthdlt men rns b -a charge; there they made a mistake which may do this com mpity and parish incalculable injury. The Judge explains the law applicable to the case, and the jury must ac.e cept this as the law; but right there kies jaidictoa ends. The Jry be comes the "sole arbiter, and by au thority granted by the law, of GoJD and man, has the right to exercise its discretion; to take into consid eration the m...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 1 May 1897

My Peay. A pony's such funl I've only just one, st he'll carry me over the moon,. Prom the earth to the sky, In the wink of an eye And carry me back as soon. Hot mornings we stroll Prom Yakutsk to the pole The trip occupies but a minute- But in winter there's greater Fun at the equator; So I skip to the Nile and jump in it. My pony likes water, As any horse oughter, And sails on the billowy sea, In Eskimo kayaks Or in proas with dyaks, Just wherever he thinks will suit me. We've no time to tire, There's so much to admire In the strange, faroff lands that we ram, With Tibetans and Japs And other odd chaps, Till supper time summons us home. We sample all climates. And even past time it's So nice to live over again. So we help the crusaders,] Lick Saracen raiders, Or sail with Columbus from Spain. And my pony's so cheap And so easy to keep, For he lives without clover or sheave. Your pony's named Nero? Yours Molly? Yours Hero? 4 Well, my posy's called Make Believe. i --J. L. Heaton in ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 1 May 1897

UU UL OF THE BREATH OF Jrr. ~ T H E F IE L D S . J t m = .: _____wass_ outi sm ~iilri~ri~r~Lrr is 1 $utb ti, 1~s z _I~L? IW 4 00 ki*Q da en d oa *a Ix. c I i. Utb W* as m- g Gbee 0 It All !si,. 'A bu. ' Msk was **-b 3 aft S ~pB~ilt· o are I aloe S iao1 $ lees by *be 1n. mm ama {*dd 1mmu ~~ mmdr r4 Mwxdtr 'bAti~us~ Jl wb.~ wms . ljasicSr bmi t. aliav wans1m~fb - * Ijl 4. S ,ac "OW - a en psmug d; a .l >Mbtosers b ase .WlasronAg; I feel hM of Bigpupmem.e was asck out by the foot at the wglued bm Pegasu. I have nffDk Seiedr a is ff tha the brightest and M" 6lmautl' Satatdas of Christian U sfiit !Imi aW.s bhw imee auck -: tyr tuimi s hod Loot of disastm and s. oafzy. I weIl lelas courage best by 00 .111s d N~ebmoeadneaar's furnace. I so " T vowes beat when I find him of j ie°rpzindng ship undea the glare at ta i i n the btukers of llelitm:. t7 God anuwus hi. children amid the howling me oi lllsd beast and the cboehng of blood I n~ !e g.ama c It book the persecutions Mt Rare" Muiu 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. — 1 May 1897

Sana so many oumrans so aue carnrIe, we that there is any person who cannot find eviden nytbig to do? One e. de Stael did a world of work in her time, and one day, while she was seat- peanul ed amid instruments of music, all of which out ca he bad mastered, and amid manuscript was a bookswhich she bad written, some one over to her, "How do you find time to at- sayin endto all these things?" "Oh," she re- lie ...ted, "these are not the things am proud i.- Mby chief boast Is in the fact that I --- 17 trades, by any one of which I o old make a livelihood if necessary." wit And if in seoular spheres there is so much it, an to be done, in spiritual work how vast the trying (Seldl How many dying all around about hold 4 o 'thout one word of comfort! We want wall re moAbigalls, more Hannahs, more Re- mark hbeeas, more Marys, more Deborahs onse- An S bod-bad, mind, soul-to the Lord who gathe :.t et theb and t Value oof fleM lg . oB emore I learnfrom my subject theb , t to th fat harvest el...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 1 May 1897

of St. Matthew's African Methodist Episcopal Church. .te of LXouisi.ana. " - bParish of, oddo. ,BU '.e it known that this day before me, wal D. Hicaks. a Notary Public in and for the said Parish and state, duly commis stoned and qualified, personally came and appearedthe several persons whose names are hereunto anbeoribed, who de almared that they do hereby form them sewet. oorporation, to acquire and Oyth riglat, privileges and powers < body aww'ate under the provisions etof the-Legislature of Louisiana, March 14th1 1865, entitled "An r theo Organizsation of Corporations er U teMrary, soeintific, Religious and ; Oharitrble purposes" and all other laws of this State applicabte thereto. Awramta exa. 15, tite of this 0orporation shall be: F;,"UM . X S AiIoa1I MUNOD&N1e a uscor7., CUinS, of Shreveport, Louis Y.: ARM= Two. The ' objects of this corporation are to S aad.bld lands, houses sd other ' , = fox the use and enjoyment of S oar tae wnt msptt oWs - t peopal Chruch, wh...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 1 May 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, ........ aid 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 to...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 1 May 1897

'OPULydf PfIE TAllORS ~ made to order $ iand up to order $4.00 and up We guarantee perfect satisfaction. All work made in Shreveport. .us. .d:. r MrgM. K. Clark wii be pleased to call on you 52 TEX.AS STRET, OPP. COURT HOUSE. ,. ., _ of my 3Mw lin of Y Kt l - , di·· :p-irova1. Supo. 7Oi ad RTSOR. Wt;. e ` p 'on our account. We want the - ` ce_ et*Mes in the any early r * sucich `a Snap Seans, Green Peas, S , etc. We have pI ct!s' ; at prices never before S=ourn fitbutter for:, s cents pe sa aamss - ýy'ý Aý"ý Esc t a~t M ~ k ,, .` ýa Ys` Red , I; i ,Do and .~~.$.RRU 0~ .~ ý y . 9 Y ý Yý ` 'ýl4ý . t4 5 ~"e; .. -- , 1 {.Ia"Yý? " _ q a j Honest Price, $8o.oo. OUR OTHER LINES. COMPLETE REPAIR SHOPS. The World - - - $00oo 00 WHAT WE CAN DO IN OUR SHOPS: Crawford - x 0 oo00 Wbeels built to order. Ideal - - - - - o 00oo Frames rebuilt. Latheork of all description. Wheels Rented. All kinds of cones, axle cups, etc., made to order. Riding School. Rubber vulcanizing. .pEverything at right pric...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 8 May 1897

No 1. HREVEPORT LA. May 8 1897Pice5 s: plum, 6..-No. 19.. . SHREYEPORT, LA., May 8, 1897: Price.. 5 . ,t jWASHINGTONI LETTER. Ho GREAT CHUMS. mo , the tc Fark Tnallmn and Fire Eater civ Foraker. ern ial Correspondence. me Washington, May 7, 1897.-Tar history is repeating itself. The I made the McKinley tariff, attaching aboun 800 amend- ex ts to the original bill; the Sen- pa 'made the Wilson tariff, by at -ng a few less amentments th it had put upon the McKinley and if the Dingley bill be *ies a law in anything like the so pe in which the republican hers of the Finance Gommit have summitted it to the full of be ttee, the senate will have or taif bill to Its credit, not tanding the constitutional vision that all revenue bills W Soriginate in the House. In u"mber of amendments added gley bill breaks all records :number exceeds one thohs- . Nodate has yet been agreed toa epor the bill to the Sen-. but neless something not now ted shall occur to prevent. it be repotted inside of ten da...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 8 May 1897

* abT showing how to with awe in the midst ' of it. .This is virture 'lutrated. iaie. apparent. 8 de lg w_+tEuil cloose, proff t.niperauient, his surrounding, his "o 4ilesa nd their o gn, is neooso r ney. Men ~who see down need tu g.aibc an they need W' b ia4nd 4smeaurablyr more ' aorda lectures. It b.g t*ce, as is some 0+ca+se let te hand-pres coin go 4ogether. niSt only wise, but necessary wi" the conidence ot the needy xel t;well, and ýrieihe iýt 4shp plies a mess sof Of e thll p owtj his can be we ' y4bpi&lid ~heart besots uuaki tp hEdealcratioansof good i`l> A man will be more ikly to d(o' and to be some one comes off st**. baitle. Frdii .. iabe araent itha ever the world, st whe has µ' !'. fto th~e heart his:ase sorrow or t4wayperpbxsg aesses w fto kmeow that -,us itA their 1 J_ - auler it is non and boad s.e o'basrbenl-es r use o the - 1~or . w # Waeto - b - .ia . P I i- - ot - -& ilpi~10~ ~wl ~ -iaDI -pi~ -· ·~ri~ world, than to lose caste with God. and the angels...

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

,The' Progress. SHREEPosr, LA., - - MAY 8, 1897. n T S T De~ob D~IlTI$S jW IsnkTs. non. The Enforce the law against fast bi- friend cycle riding. exten Why not give that basket factory on her some attention? For a little mon- Texas ey a good paying investment for Mr. ai Shreveport can be established Ford: here. orado When you feel like talking furn itue, see Stephenson first: that Box will generally settle the whole Eo matter. Genial Howard C. Smith of the inst. New Orleans Medical Journal, one tism, of the popular members of the nam State Press Association, was in the b the city Friday, and called around it is, and gave our editor an agreable Th chat. was "The Dixie" mosquito fames bapt and net is a puzzler to the noctur- him nal blood-sucker. See Stephen son, get one and spend the sum . mer in.comfort. ism It is said that it is a fact that there are fully three men employ- tish ed in theiK. C. P. & G shops here. H Yes sir ! A gentleman of splendid integrity says he saw at leas...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 8 May 1897

f Progress. very Satuarday. -a ABDOir, ProprIetors. ýe Postsl es et abz.rwqmorrt - -"'l~ir.oPb-iNL ?mcin bar Yl. ,i Yýt- f'.i +.s .." ow ~.. .Om,~olawf L.,. Kayty- 4bpt .raaoslds out." That i ~at.Ugait ind of paizty aa - wl _ e T',6~tip weA . Y : wn i Y 4-i *.Ip ~ja~ 4ts~biu~ii The fruition of wisdom is the IImpeUag it so that mankind will reap the' ap .-., When a monied interest is in the scales p otrioam uainut lay down, her arms. This seems to be the doetinant foree in governmental aarsa in these days and times, Louislan will never occupy an honorable position in the galaxy of States, as long as her convicts are leased out; as long as ballot lot box stffing is considered a manly art, and servile homage to political demagogues a test of loy al c isemsbaip. The Republicans will doubtless modify Grover, the fraud's civil service rules, very materially. That's pilain comion sense. This will enable the g. o. p. to reward the aht n dingof course the g rold Republo-cra who voted :e Pam...

Publication Title: Progress, The
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