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--NO. 40. SHREVEPORT, LA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBR 14, 1896.
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ALNUES NBNT 11A? TLK IS AT WEG
Now that the election is over everybody will be contented and satisfied, d ntipti will be aelede and ifor want u o be hpyadlways hive
a few dollars on hand, come and buy from us, for we are selling cheaper than any oie, as beliEvery idollar smyou spend with us entitles, you to a ticknt
motto. Don't forget to ask for your tickets for the PIANO that we ire goIng to GIVE A.~ay. Every dolla yon spend with us entitles you to a ticket.
ELOW FIND SOME E OF OUR PRICES.
NEW AOop5Te to l n Pr Pair (drer a shoes c
Vlt_ lloI5 r 8r per yarl Towls li e chifs, euwtithd, 5 Gents handkerchiefs, fancy,
A NEW ASSORTMENT OF toi, oo 5 e aood qjallity - plII ) c I Illt h iyardkr i silKt, 0 Gents haudkerchifsf, silks 2 5
DRESS GOODS. TRIMMINGS. Ticking, 50 to 75e adies. pat's .and vests, 401 e ch glvs 35eto 7.00
Sp 2q 50to 7p5c Ladles wool pants and w-ts $I.0 each Valises
Worsteds, assorted colors,..........8c Velvet ribbons, - 5 pe yard White damask "> o75 adles wool pts a 1.'5 to 14.00 Trunks i 25~ to 60B
Souting......5 to o aces, 2 per yard and upwards Red dawas to n per in .aikets - 94.00 Taps 5
' ng........................... ost Cr sa O Ladies l p les "a p
olnghamis .. ..... "..... 4 to 7X Embroideries, Bed sets 5 Ladies ; k d .00
Nun's V, , ng ......... .. 40 FLANNELS B.ed spreads, 75 . dIt lhowto a l l.. t.los sU. 4.10 to s1 2.001
laids, all wool ................ 25 to $1 < r50 Crd S w tll wo O t50 50.0i Meruis jean pant. ,1
PlaidO ltoll flanl - 4c er yrd -Hawl, ll wool. - " - tl.00 to 1 50 i 5.0 to' 1,75
ashmee . ..........5.........25 to90 Red and white l in el t10,ei o u Shawl. zaeph jr, .50c to B I (" " Iook 10 1.2oe ,.
Sa en...... ... ...... 25.c. o m to 0.h Giay flannrel 20ol a 0 too I c I iMaiis eaasnl erti pantis, *ll :5 to$i.
ene, .... . . 7 O Ih - Utlbrelll s and parasols lk to 400 Ove itrelshirls.. wool 41 to 2.00
7e - - 7 to 10c Opera thalnel - Chemise, Wo4lclirlslnd drl wt R,
A!briTosto and dlawtrs, to 10.
Pehelres - .250 to 60 STAPLES. wn50 ns sea fs 1.10 to 4 0 I B ya knee ~pn 25. to *1.00
ovelties......... to Domestic . - 4c per yard Baltnor als nIto 5;0 Boshl very cha
Serit ... . t . er yard Whlitpnatil- S " .0r0 Ryhi
4..0 to 700 Bleechigs 4c per yard White nt to 50c perc doz I Wue sho's
. 9erge, ............. 3 to 6e 10 4 sheeting . c 2eryard ",o -- pe (oLhV E R S T E Ir e
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C. RATZBURC, c&
ENTIST , Tnes
ahelps' Corner Shoe Store. Galbe
boa continue their rounds of pope
ard by day, and bunk near love
by night. her.
aIte will take up the ma:- latie
t basket factory that it
pý8 three months ago. f
man notes a nice tene- SRev
up on Texas avenue, pear Met
iog of white terements Thr
es pleasioaly on, asd par,
e made happy-these- war
____ _ ~ intA
and Maq4pY mora the
were sufioient to make "more la
lte a demand. ma
en change I teb 4 her.hM
y night to Saturday rpr- T
many to wUnk A~ , v an
Y --~---- ml
y near Mr. Querbe'e' store, co
ow the darkiee line up to do
perty ot the Weinstock al
oe of Spring and Fanin e
s bbtng repaired, and the
put in a neat and attractive
oilman Youree asked for and
ted a public water tank ner
storea on the plank road. This
eu act and the entire
ly fathers should be com
therefor. Mr. Youree does
,hk w d.
SeELAN I CO.
G ALB~EATH-HENDERSON-n t his city e
at the residence of the bride's mother, Mr.
Mrs. A. M. Henderson, at 8:30 p m., Gall
Tuesday, November 10, Dr. Vl. Van- ore
Lear officiating, Mr. Jefferson D. Mab
Galbreath, of Union Church, Miss, to M
MissFrankie Henderson. The groom plac
is a prosperous citizen of his state
while the bride is a charming and
popular young lady who carries the te
love and friendship of all who know
her. TIE PROORESS joies their
many friends in extending congratu- for
acCAn.-POWELL-- On last, Sunday
of ernoon Mr. E. L. McCain and Mis. 091
Susie Powell were tunted in marriage,
Rev,.J. ,.AlfordOi he Jodanf Street
r Methodist-Chureh of this city, ofltcia- hi
ing; *The ceremofa took place at the any
hospkhblesbome at Mra Brown in Ward me
s Three of t is pr h the contracting bi'
a parties being r~i )dI t~e/','P Tt
ward. A large numtbter et eriedlfS 0a1
relatives were present and entered fullj
into the spirit of the happy event
The bride is a loly girl, very popu- it
e lar and is lully fitted to adorn and w
make h ,ppy the b me of the man ,to tc
whose life she has united her owl..
The groomsman is one of he most
prominent young bu ine s men of Ward c
- Thre'. He 's a successful merchant -
and farmer, a sterli'g citizen tad a
manly m m, and will prove a worthy
*. support t)the ,rusting woman who has
re, con ent-d to share hi, lot.
do Taa PROGRESS ext uds best wishe'
for their future happlne's. May di
vine influences guide and direct them
Aet along paths holy, garlanded with flow
ino era of love and subl me ambition,
the Mr. J. M. Whittington, of Cnrtip,
eo mplimenuted Toa PaouEss with a
and Th laest fad in show window at
tear tractions are found to be that of wax
uhis itaautes of various pose. A novel in
itire this line is one to be seen in -erman
om- Zodiag's establishment, which it a
does piece of workmanship representing the
T01BLUK T1 A0
S 111i0s sand
S Sil dal
-$ Inlelse w
CO yING NUP IALS. HALE
TRE PROGRESS profouldlv appreci
ates the receipt of an invitation from On T
Mr. and Mrs Joseph T. Collins, of Hicka
Gallion, Ala., to attend the marriage a decad
ceremony of their daughter, Miss ae w
Mabel Lee Robins'n, and Captain P. of that
M Welsh of our city, which will take from al
place in the home city of the bride at rift en
St. Andrew's Church, Wednesday af- was fir
ternoon nrxt at 5 o'clock. indeed
Though a little previotl' TUa Pno- a wh
GRE8 now exteuds its earuest col - Bc
gratulations. and most ardent i.h'' A W4
for the future hapfiness of the couple td
soJn to be made one. Capt. Welsh : natur
a gentleman of fine soholarshi', ex Jut
celleut d eut a well balande am
ind, firmly rooted' on the- n3C d ( o
high moral btandarcl, geniil. urbaue Imes
3 and bonest,, and w' know i. will t eoen
I makeath sweet w ,ni't - ti4"" ' he on h
- ,,r ,£ ex om ularY titisbau d. ttala :
. Thi. is THi Paoanae o1iuiou of yU, +h
There is nothing like temperste a You
1- itatton, to educate the p ople The ltdo
d wrangles in the City Council will lead bon
to to public instruction. comI
St Yaller legged chickens have no er
rd charms for us. but possum and taters hyie
,at -some one kindly sand us a few. I
a -- ever
hy Mr. W. M. Doles, of Rrswell, was eal
ias in the city Thursday. His .alwaye
pleasant face was in the office for Ti
'e' while, -
em Tell all your good things to T oi
w- PRoGRrss. All the people read this goo
tip, A fellow may be a very brave man, of
h a but none of them can buck agin the su
dust when it gets on a rampage, like
it was Tuesday. t
at- __-,------- d
wax Since McKinley has been elected s
I in Ta: PRoG<aSS hopes the Kansas City, tc
man Shreveport and Gtul Railway Com- lip
tb pan will build a $150,000 Union dt- F
S Ncselty Suis, , c
SneW)P tpr adv.ttisement cannot give a tl
Arect L f f a novelty suit, it being impos
sible to describe it in detail. We have an ex
qulsite line of these goods in the latest styles,
and all we abk is that you ,*ane our stock
and get our prices before purchasing and if we
ca.'t save yon money we don,t ask you to buy
-fromus. Prices 42.00to $25.00.
"apes' and Jackets
We have a nice line of these goods and are
daily receivigtnmore. Alof them wmllregister
115 d .egy rutb ,hadt...d we have msroed the
1110 de, imO t ushe r Don't, wait for cold
weather but do as many have alrea done:
call ad make your selection $150 to
while assortmelts are large
Thisis depart? tinwhleh we take special
pride w au4I wtysabeshSs"51l uert that we
-pride an ¢ vavau t be fosud in any
ket. g be cviaeon lMen's
hbavy r-b-d .Aabh't 4 bea45. double
lhhr lt e ýu d . ,, - iit - -
HALE AND HEARTY OCTO'iENA
On Tu sdav last Judge A. W. O.
Hicks became an octogenarian, and
hale and hearty still he seems good for
a decade or two yet.
Be was down town in the, morning
of that day and no one would believe,
from appearances, that he wa, within
fift en or twenty y ar' of 80. His step
was firm, his eyes clear, bright and. lEIL
indeed, sparkling; his mind as active VPt
a whn in former years he sat on lhe
Bencb in unruly T xas.
A well pr. served life is his, a living
rgide to the young, that to lhvw long,
rna mu t repeat the law of morals and and
Judge Hicks llve' quietly at his br
home, and pasle tl etiot u ohis ' h
old and well-be oved profession. un
e omeone in wh ·m he has a special ino
I terest, or who mak s a nersonal a p 1
e on his experience and t:.lents-and
, tciet, he old fire bursts into it raging
.." .. . . _. t 'fl e U 4ef 1 )oone agtl
f 8 apuce tno e, isdIle"co'ee 3901
the p wei'.l gladiator in" cricminal
ractic , for which h was famed in )dip
younger ye, s.' But without hese he
Sleads a peaceful life, his mind and
id thonght; much more on that ther
:hore where a d ar wife awaits the late
c,,ming of him who, for more ban h ,l
no a centur held ever abot and around JC
no her thb tout arm of p ,r:, the un
yielding staff ' fa noble ure love.
His children are proud of him, have
ever been and make no attempt to con
ye iceal the fact. Be is a noble man and
ye THEY know it.
STORE OUSE FOR RENT.r
E Store house No. 303 Milam et, next
LhHE to TtE PnoGoRse oiee is for rent, For a
this good tenant who wil take nut a las
for a re sonable length n i will be
repaired and fitted ol E. 'it. Inquire
ian, of Hicks Bros. 205 Milam streot or R
theim 8LvaRSTT~. Texas Str.
like A. Zorn, the popular merchant
tailor, has jaut recfived a full line of
acted suitinge, pants goods, ; ud latest up
City, to-date samples, and ibvites the pub
onm- lie to call and examine the same.
1 di - Fall and winter suits at prices never
offered befor'. 208 Milanm street.
Ladies' heayy ribbed vPrts and palte cream bar
color, every body gels~C for these bnt 10e brea
the record by making the the best but
a thing on the market for m.
,' -- rbbe---n-crikin|
k Vests and pantt white and cream, wing the
re cheap at 7; cents each. but alwys tgiving te
best for Lhe least money, we make them ) pl
tlat " - "1
Ladies' o hr n all wool Vests and e
Ladies no-shrikin , would be
Pants, silver, gra and hife. would be a mt
Mover at 1-80 eah but we lower .be .00
r Ladies' all wool ribbed "Oford" cut ik
he finished Vests light cream, these are Leapties
)ld and are worth tUlk but yur $ready $1 5U i
1e: cash ese gest em at w
to .-' I oh
t Ladies' ribbed non-slrlt " Va
0. ion sui0t, others get 1.25, w;bell
them at M
Ladles' Fleeced PbWed n-s r .5in J
oldl ing Union suits, reglar-, at 2 -
:§1I Then you can enjoy the life yon live. You may'
: 11 not see anything now in life worth living for, but
:.II you gill find a difference when you get a loving
;§II companion and your.fiiends present to you their
• :§ tribute ofreapcct bought from our beautiful line of ,i
EDI91NG PRESENT'S, ,
Cut Glass, Fancy China.
ric a Brac, Sterling Silver wares-:
and other exceedingly handsome and popular varieties, which
are strickly up.to.date. Tell your friends about thern an
bring them down with you when you come.
bM1~hedon so . - , ar.
I- Texas, ., Str.et, .hr.....tL ':& 4
518 Market Street.
Go to the Eclipe ShaviniR Parlor for Fop ri r workmmsnthip i'
latest style. Noie bst the .ost kilied worlkmen ewplo e9S serpl
JOHN S. JACKSON.
IMISS LOUISE S. REW41
TO TEXAS STREET.
All the popular .tylei that Dame Fashion ho de as best at op ci a
price this week.
A complete line of the ;atest styles in t immed and untrimmed
IEAiTS AND i ONNETS
Evening Bonnets, Walklng Hnd Sailor ffato, Children's Cap!. Ejetv
Caps ;. nd Tam's all colorn. New G o0ds are arriving daily.
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY AT LOW ES'r ICES.
tive Youl J2b PIIU To'iLe ,
Mens all wool suits, cream color, a viriWbte.
bargain, what other people sell a i.00 a -suit
but we bought them for cash and.' w ,
make things hom while they laus by
making theee suits
Black and Colored Oresa O d0 e
We have a lniaassortment o f the above I:n
plain and brocde Mohair,.,rfllliautineiSi .
tans Silk,Warp Taffelta, Bfti0k ails ol ?ia'ldsa
Serges, Cashmers, Henritttus, eto. all go r
money saving prices.
- 'NI • ,imm ill ia il
Ladies' and Men's encid i ht t :h iWid
we ought to have 25~ each f',r these but WS.
want your cash right now to we are let10-e
lng tbem go s.
,l:-en's 19-lace silk hsadkcirbefs, a. bean
imany get5e for the Sane goods ta wew3
sell youast -
Labies Embrtidered bhanderch'.
,, 1 X9i4 ,iýtl for the crsh. a.ll
at fo w laJdc be ebe" *at"
> alen" 4ý .
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