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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 5 June 1897

The Progress. 682H SHREVEPORT, LA., June, 5. 1897; Pr 5 ,a - - - --.' - INSTON LETTER. minis ly ext Oo.~r dnoe. recog -ashigton June 3rd, I807-The the ,i of another and more but ti S investigation of the nied chlWQ ,;nade against any 4 " *  uO.ection with sugar been in secoIdance with the from , erby Senator Till- Hon. ;. C.,uid afollowed up by dent sesti-onal speach of the woul is ma a.fal way of being non byestanes regard- by c tfh the p l wishes of Sen- edge Ho If i*i3tl on is really de- min :.thn.e w .never a better Ang The grounds upon nen . .l-ýiwemeyae . lPresident ian r tr was given a ver- stat 'uogylA·," by direction will IJudg, shows plainly how a that Commitee may compel wee to give- information or go to but .:Yiand+ the imprisonment of is, an, fight as it is, will make 7 bik twice before they ras ai answer questions. Sen- wh M 's statement that the po: .~ilmho knew the contents thi sohedule of the tarif nei the members of the wb 00that prepared it, is iported to the S...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 5 June 1897

it is a violation of the city charter; C but I am not raising that question i here: the present council is such a r queer body and does so many pe- U' culiar things that I would not dis- i= turb the peaceful dream for any v' thing. Besides there are others 01 who may be guilty of the same d offense, in other ways, and there it is no justice in singling out Mr. 4th 01 Ward for punishment. But his connection with the civil engineer el scarcely looks well, if the rumor c] before mentioned be true, and I n' candidly think he should talk out a] and say whether it is or not. Yours etc., Z. ti w The Missing Death Mask of 1apoleon m ID To The Progress. Omaha, May, 1897. The depart- a' ment of fine arts of the Trans-Mis sissippi exposition is to be enrich- w ed by the exhibition of a death mask of Napoleon. This mask is now in the possession of Judge J. a M. Woolworth, an eminent attor- w ney of Omaha. Its genuineness is beyond question. It is worth itsO weight in gold. s< History recites...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 5 June 1897

The Progress. SHREVEPORT, IA. - - JL LNE 5, 1897. a m i u n ~ au n n . . . . . . . . . DRIFTING NWSLEB S. 4 4 The Why not start cotton mill proj- inar. ect again right now? Surely our . city ought to have one. o Mr. Claude Batl , has been in the Prim, city this week greeting and being greeted by his numerous friends. T, A basket factory which would pay 4 Meet a handsome dividend, can be es tablished here with only a small All sum of money. are c The Progress wishes the brick We for our street paving could be 4 ma de in Shreveport, or by some one or company close by. 5 The wind Thursday blew down a large quantity of growing corn, but we do not know whether any serious injury or not followed. Shreveport now has two milii- ment tarv companie , both under State ward militia government. The last is he Trezevant Rifles, named in patin honor of Hon. P. J, Trezevant of never our city. This company organi- Mlnd zed with an active roster of 46, the cises majority of whom, we understand, diate...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 5 June 1897

The Progress. Frublibtd Esely alstrday by C. D. Hicrs & S. T. ABBon T. C. D. HICKS ....... - - -Editor haters dJr tbe Postomoe at BShreveport is oecond-ela Mail Matter. Ovra.--905 Milam Street, between Mar ket and Sprint Streets. sUmeoeIPTON PRICEB. One Yea'.......... .... One Dollar BSix Mouths ...........Sx.... ity-flive Cents Three Months ......... .Iwenty-fre Cents Ot Journal Caddo Parish Farmers Alliance. S mavaUOet. La. - Jua, b. 1W7. r crrL1,f~l H''Ir,".-Jvlr~b 5, 80. We want honest men in offc6, in preference to party men. No man can long remain moral lI honest who wil often practice .lisal dishonesty. Iti bthe moral duty of all people to uphold the integrity and busi i~ interest of their community. h1e thejorrors of our peniten ;$ 7y ever resoh the hearts of the iom. ane men and women of our .The polities of this 8tate is just ý ºst the Lonulsatia press has made -it here is no use to squirm, etherq#t fis o, and all so. SNO an will make an honest -OIsl" ,lhio holds h...

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

at it that way?.-Baton Rouge Ad- Ch vocate. Good thoughts, excellent thoughts are both gentlemen!, Jordan The Cob Pipe Factory.-The I tan rSt Preaching corn-cob pipe factory is in full ing and blast. Manager Thomson has o'clock. given away a quantity of Missouri other Su corn, which grows larger cobs than c.same hoI. C. D. H native corn, and next season he League 4 expects to obtain his cobs at home, o'Cl:ok. which he could not do this season at same7:0 on account of the inferior quality meeting. of the cobs. The factory furnish- First C es employment for several hands. William The Clarion hopes thatMr. Thomp- every S son's enterprise will be rewarded. at 9:3o a -St. Landry Clarion, Opelousas. Epwo The Progress takes much inter- 6 o'cloc ert in this enterprise on account of its novelty in our State. We First( grew a little weak when Brother Streets. Breaux stated that the cobs used evening this season were from Missouri, Mcclou because The Progress is home ma- ingev terial, home men...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 5 June 1897

One year ago we began to move into our present qurters. On i May 14th 1896--one year ago-we emerged from an over Ocrowded little store of 3000 square feet to this "Great Modern o rEstablishment" containing 1 000 sqouare feet of selling space One year ago we rose above all competition and resolved to be a "'light that would illuminate all Shreveport," and we G on have done so.--One year agowe began to inject into our business things that were innovations and pushed them with so much ener gy that their success was certain.--We stand to-day as a record of achievement in which both the pubiic and ourselves have benefited. a 1 * A store that is never satisfied by merely buying and selling goods but forever 1 aspiring to rise to a higher ylane of perfection as a Public Instrument: an es tablishment that the traveling public say is "ten years ahead of the times," " but that "as thrifty a place as Shreveport deserves such a store as Bigarts." We Will Celebrate This Sale by Quoting These Ext...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 5 June 1897

(question of what it shall be is quite annoying, Let UTs Save You this T'rouble! Come and look around our stere, we will make it worth your comin g .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Let us show you our latest diamond mounted Pins and Rings,-Some hand some toilet articles in sterling silver.-Our large line of Cut Glass in up-to-date patterns. Come and take a look at our beautiful ornament Tables and Fancy Imported China, Clocks, Silver Table Ware, Pianos, Music Boxes. . . . . And many other articles (suitable for the occassion), which we will gladly show you if you will only come. ALL GOODS PURCHASED 16 CAfnson 6 JiCrr OF US WiLL BE'ng _e/r. ENGRAVED FREE 2bA : 2 4 exas street. reading an essay. We make this expla nation, thinking it due the young gentle man. On Friday nightlast a very interesting dramatic and musical entertainment took place at the Grand-opera house for the benefit of St. Marks Church Choir, the program of which was as follows: Part I. O verture-Bridal Rose, Marsha...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 5 June 1897

The Progress. Saiivarw, Lra. - - JUN 5, 1a87. DRIFTING NeWSLE TS. That was a glorious rain which fell here Thursday. Mrs. Mary J. Furman has had her brick building on Market str't, between Texas and Milam, torn down. It will be immediatly re placed by one of modern architect ure. Mr. Woodruf will do the wood work and Mr. I. J. Rudy will take care of the brick part. There will be enough buildings and mprovments going on in our city during the summer to help out considerably. The amount will not fall far short of $400,000. The Caucasian's bicycle coutest will be settled next Thursday when the polls will be closed. It has certainly created a stir while the race has been on. Work on paving Texas street has been commenced. The first pick struok Monday. The public will eagerly watch it as yard after yard is laid and the town will rejoice as each block shall be finished. A little hail-,Thursday, but not anough to do any damage. Mr. Carroll Cahn has bought the Sd-idWi stook and gone into b...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 5 June 1897

at a WOMAN'S WORLD. w" and WHY AN OAKLAND YOUNG WOMAN and BECAME AN UNDERTAKER. in r the We Womena Need Apply-The Rainy Day he Club--~ratical Dress Suggestions-The Girls of '97-Women In angland-The soo puritan Eee* sha Miss Bessie J. Wood is pretty, young, ma: bright eyed and rosy cheeked, and alto- ul gether-unlike the gloomy calling that sha she has undertaken. There is nothing in funereal about her, and she is sincere dle and earnest in the work that she has a w chosen. She took up this line of work not from a desire for mere gain, but in from an honest conviction that she was On doing good in the world to her sex. The an young lady (she is but 24 years of age) " is the daughter of a minister of the gos pel, the Rev. L D. Wood late of Fresno, but now of Oakland. She desired to do ood in the world, and instead of choos- naz ing the usual missionary channels into en which the children of ministers fall she ger branched out into something new, and pe that branching out was into the ...

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

BLACK HORSE RIDERS STORIES OF THE MYTHICAL "SLAUGH TERERS" AT BULL RUN. sadden Glory and Sudden Obscurity-But *their Sabers Were Kept Bright, and They Rode With Jackson and Lee to the End. (Copyright, 1807, by American Press Associa tion. Book rights reserved.] T IS doubtful if any body of sol diery ever in all its career did as much execution as a certain company of Confederates, Sknown as the a!ck Horse cav t:l-y, at the first b:.ttle of Bull i an. True, the I-:LS' of authentic hist::"y give no r:'crd of slaugh S:r :I' t dray at the baIrn.l: a.f these ter rlbl) ft !lows. The havoc they made =nas not wrought n:pon Yankee flesgh and blood, but upon imrrginative courage. A part of the problem of war is to strike terror into the hearts of your enemies, both coyambatants and stay r:t homes, and that the horsemen who rode black steeds at Buli Bun succeeded in doing most thor oughly. Federal soldiers who were scared ,way from their colors either before or twt the irst gun gave as an ex...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 5 June 1897

-- recovereQ aun urnrfeO some euo ~-a a ..ft.ern the waT General Meigs, father of against 11eatenant, sought to have Martin arrested been eve and tried by court martial for murder. But his sole wb- the facts as here stated wer aoerteledto Next im by Captain Payne, the matter was rop for L eutenant Melca had been stain in isgititate warfasre" At Appomattox the Black Horse com- held in an was cut off from Lee's army and did of the c not surrender. It was about to march to soever i Worth Carolina and Join Johnston's forces to disc when news came of the last surrender. or sin i Tbhen the cavaliers dispersed and hung up the say their swords for good. GE L. Ke GEOP.GE L. KILMER. tien be THEDEAD SLANDERED n BASE ATTEMPT TO BLACKEN A MAR- No TYR'S MEMORY. merice lung a riolatlon of the Sanctity of the Conts ment sional Chlarged - The stor of the anet Church Proves How Oroundless I the of Shocking Calumny.g g R-c ntly we have had served up anew grana tn the Ncew York Journal the story of t...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 5 June 1897

WINDS THAT HINDER. REV. DR. TALMAGE TO THE WEAR' AND DISCOURAGED. me ives Words of Comfort to All Whe lbor Under Adverse Circumstance.s oth Physeal and Meantal-The Over b~admed mad Overworked. WASINGrTO-J, May 30.-Dr. Talmage's sermon this week is one of good cheer. It will give encouragement to many strug gling souls. The subject is "Contrary Winds," and the text Mathew xiv, St, "The wind was contamry." As I well know by experience on Lake Gallie, one hour all may be calm and the aret hbor the winds and waves will be so blisterous that you are i doubt as tc Swhether you will land on oshre or on Ot bottomn at the deep. The disclples in the test wem caught in such a stress of weather and the sails bent and the shlj plunged, for "the wind was contrary. " Thie ls in one of the European straits a piss. wb e, whichever way you sail, the winds are pgsing. There are people who an their l sMif soiling in the teeth of tm wind. AftLings seem against them. It asy be said odthelr condition a...

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

eyesight weakened by opthalmia, whie many of the finest in appearance have a passed their time before flattering looking glasses, or in studying killing attitudes,anc in displaying the richness of wardrobes not one ribbon, or vest, or sack, or glove, a or button, or shoestring of which they bhave had brains to earn for themselves. Others had wrong proclivities from thi t start. They were born wrong, and that c sticks to one even after he is born again. They have a natural crankiness that is 27C years old. It came over with their gresa grandfathers from Scotland, or Wales, of France. It was born on the banks of th Thames, or the Clyde, or the Tiber, or the Rhine, and has survived all the plagues t and epidemics of many generations, ant! is living today on the banks of the Poto e mac, or the Hudson, or the Androscoggin, t or the Savannah, or the La Plata. Ant when a man tries to stop this evil ancestral proclivity be is like a man on a rock it the rapids of Niagara, holding on with a ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 5 June 1897

'CATTLE BARN. lmro. Oeve.isat Baildiag Dvb.ed b a Premsm a t e atomi Breeder. A heavy breeder of sale stook at Mex le,. Ind., has had built for one aof his barns the structure represented in the out herewith given. The pioture and desriptiwan are from The Breeder's Ga The Gaete editor says aof the barn: On the oceasion aof our recent visit to Mteoo the arrangement of this barn trk as as very convenient, and, while t is large and roomy, it has not cost an etragmnt amount of moaney. The ad antmge of the arrangement of the dif Ierest stalls and paddocks will be read ly p ved by any cattle grower, and cAvTEa aAw-mES mIzVATION it tl be oticed that a wide driveway tes wrmough the barn from north to e .t. e as that the stalls can all be con wu~maydomesm d and the manure haul d pW e seardily without much extra le eed inss ae an the second floor, i0 tos to the base ant. There is a aHelaug Sted hab of about ten bushel eal io awvi , to a steel hay track alW e sedwa y, running the whole S aJ t...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 5 June 1897

Social Gleemings Continued. W ednel of youn wedding at St. Mark's Episcopal church, Miss Nellie Land and Dr. Thomas S. Ser- Shre: pall, of Homer, being the contracting par- the pic ties, Rev. Dr. Dalzell officiating, the the pic young couple left on a bridal trip shortly ters ih after the ceremory, we wish them joy in ahoubein words of the sweet singer: home; "May none but choicest flowers Mittie Around your future pathway bloom, Shreve To shed rich fragrance on your hours is not c And bless you with their sweet perfume." mired ,e tion, c: Messrs. Charles, Mose and Isidore bright Frank left Wednesday for Vicksburg. Miss C Miss., to attend the funeral of a much be- ented loved aunt, who, since their childhood whom days, has been as a devoted mother to proud them, we sympathize most deeply with in swe the bereaved family. ma wo word, Mr. Abe Kirsch and little son, Mose, the LI have returned from St. Louis, where they young went to consult an eminent physician of sch, upon the chances ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 5 June 1897

TJ-E e LA FKS, POPULAR PPJIGE TAlIOIS Suits made to order $ 1 8.00 and up Pants mape to order $4.00 ani up \Ve guarantee perfect satisfaction. All work made in Shreveport. Deop us a card. : 7.: IMr. M. K. Clark will be pleased t., call on you 522 TELX. 7EIT, - OPP. OOURT BOISE. For Tzien ;a s Only, We will make ; a li size crayon ]Cportrait. frame A.id al cmpok1e ofncr cnly ... jicturcs -E- 1.50 THESE PO'GRT I. T.S ARE MADE IN OrR STORE WHERE YOUi C ?N SEE THE WORK STARTED AND I,TlED .......... A $30.00 Pastel for $15.00 Thsp es ar~ to 1,nroduce this work A Ashow wh.f w - can do, "-M."NO. BREWERS ART STORE. If you are asleep- _ To yrw ,oIn i trc:t do not wake up on our account. We want the . ade c. tose who c~n d"ly appreciate choice vegetab]es in the many earJ wa~ieies, whicb we nc- carry in stock. such as Snap Beans. Green Peas. TI"amoes, Aparag. ..e.tuce. Raddishes. Celery. Spinach. etc. We hav-e aor a oump le sbck oof staple .and fancy groceries. at prices never before ...

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

The Progress. Vdfame 6-No. 24. SHREVEPORT. LA., June, 12. 1897. Price 5 Cents WASHINGTON LETTER. aperna3 orres·pon(Da 1 Washington, June 12th. 1 s97.- < A number of Senators think like the late General Hancock, that the tariz is a local issue, and, what is more important, are voting that j way, as the schedules are reached , containing protective duties upon 1 productsof their States. The most 1 notable instances of this during the past week were the Georgia 1 Senators-Bacon and Clay-who 1 both supported the tariff on lum ber, notwithstanding the appeals of such leaders of their party as SSenator Jones of Ark., and Vest of Mo,, to keep lumber on the free list. Senator Bacon qualified his support by saying that he was not a protectionist, but that stern ecess ities of the government re quired a tariff, and a high tariff; but his colleague, Senator Clay. in what was his maiden speech, declared himself emphatically Sagainst free trade and in favor of tbai sufficient to carry on 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. — 12 June 1897

giving a pittance of money, but going in person, with food, medi ,% .le, clothing and money. They are the "rich rich." Rich in this world's goods, and with many treasurers laid away "where moth and rust do not corrupt nor thieves break through and steal." It is a positive temptation to say who some these men* and women are, that our people may honor them as they deserve, but they would not be pleased at having their goodness known. It is enough for them that their heaven ly father knoweth. How much richer are they than ,the "poor rich" I Look about you mad you can readily discover both elasses. The one class is beloved: the other certainly is not. You may not at first assent to it, but the writer started out to assert and now maintains that those whom he has termed the "rich ' are really richer that the rich." The man who has to spare for those less : nate than himrelf, is he not than the man who could S bountifully but give noth When his spirit shall return the God that gave it wil...

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

DRIFTINGO NEWSLtETS. g t Not just now, becau se tho moon shines of nights, but soon there must be a light, an are too mind you, on the corner of Southern av enue and Lacy street. This is a necessity, and The Progress be lieves Mr. Youree will have it done, Trees grow all over our parish, in fact all over North Louisiana, t which would furnish wood for a split basket factory. This would make a ready market in Shreve dort of this wood; it would be as staple as butter, eggs, poultry, hides, et cetera and the investors in the enterprise would make a splendid profit. When will our capitalists see the numerous mediums which stand all around Shreyeport, ready and anxious to return them a splendid interest on their money invested? The Texas street rookeries are now things of the past. They fell before the march of progress and onr people are glad that it is so Yet to the old citizens of Shreve port they were reminders of times when the cotton wagons, steam boats and droves of beef cattle ma...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Progress. — 12 June 1897

The Progress. rnblibctd Ereiy Ealmtday by C. D. HICKS & 8S. T. ABBOTT. 0. D. HICKS - - - * - Editor Entered in the PostoMice at Shreveport as Becond-class Mall Matter. Omric--206 Milan Street, between Mar ket and Spring Streets. BUBSCRIPTION PRICES. One Year................ ....One Dollar ix Moths...............Sixty-five Cents bree Months...........Twenty-five Cents 09 Journal Caddo Parish Farmers Alliance. SrauvaroRT. LA. - JUNE 12, 1897. SHave you ever studied the ques - tion of socialism? O.Charity to the needy is due from 1l1 who can afford it. Plutocracy is one of the most eitanful evils which infests our ' ountry. Socialism is the form of govern jactneut that will destroy both pau irsm and anarchism. '>bolish the penitentiary lease! o he constitution should declare it S.'.doe against civilization. {,As a rule, the Methodist minis isa Zthe least paid of any profess ýjin or calling known to civiliza '::What about Cuba? When will S mnagesty, of the House, allow Juestion t...

Publication Title: Progress, The
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