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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 26 May 1888

t) JBP THIS WEEK*$ ISSUE, "EARLY DAYS* Historioal, Instructing and En* tertainfng. VOL. 1. The Progress. Bus. H. Beau lieu, Theo. H. Beaulieu, Publisher. Editor. White Earth Agency, Minn* A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER de voted to the mteiest of the White Eaith Reservation and general Noith western News Published and man aged by membeis of the Reserva tion. Coirespondence beaiing on the In dian questionpioblem, 01 on general interest, is solicited. Subscription lates. $2.00 pel an num Foi the convenience of those who may feel unable to pay for the papei yearly 01 who may wibh to take it on trial, subscriptions may be sent us foi six and thiee months at the yearly lates. All subscriptions 01 sums sent to us should be forwarded by Registered letter to insure safetj. Adderess all communications to THE PROGRESS, White Edith, Minn. Flesh Turned Into Stone. Dakota is truly a marvelous and wonderful country. Not only won derful in mineral and agricultural resources, but it abounds in geo logical forma...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 26 May 1888

itt^m^M 4 & W& Urogresx. T. BEXUL1EU, Editor. WHITE EARTH, mm* Epitome of the Week. INTERESTING NEWS COMPILATION. CONGRESSIONAL. O N the 1st a bill was introduced in the Senate appropriating $100,000 for the prevention and extirpation of yellow fever in the United States. The Direct-Tax bill was referred to tiro Finance Committee. Senator Ingalls, Kan. spoke in reply to the recent speech of Senator Voorhees (Ind.), and bitterly assailed the latter's war record ...In the House debate on the Mills Tariff bill occupied the session. BIL LS were passed in the Senate on the 2d lor public buildings at Fort Dodge, Ta Sterl ing, III., and Duluth, Minn., and 105 pension Dills, 42 being House bills. The Railroad Land Grant Forfeiture bill and the bill tor the es tablishment of a bureau of animal industry -were discussed. ..In the House the discussion on the Tariff bill was participated in by Mr. "Wilson (Minn.), Mr. Lanham (Tex.) and Mr. Caruth (Ky.), in favor of the bill, and by Mr. A...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 26 May 1888

'IS St i IfK'1 ic ghe grogress. T. H. BBAUL1BU, Editor. WHITE EARTH. r- MINN. IF I COULD CHOOSE. I would not dare, though it were offered me, To plan my lot but for a single day, So sure am I that all my life would be Marked with a blot, in token of my sway. But were it granted me this day to choose One shining bead from the world's jeweled string, Favor and fortune I would quiok refuse, I grasp a richer and more costly thing. With this brave talisman upon my breast, I could be ruler of my rebel soul To own this gem is to command the rest, It is the Kohinoor called Self-control! It is the wloket-gate to broad estates, To peaceful slopes and mountains blue and fair Calm-browed Content beyond its border waits, And even Love sits in the sunshine there. No sullen faces frown upon the street, No grated windows, no grim prison walls No clanking chains are bound on convicts' feet, And on the ear no angry discord falls. My life's swift river widens to the sea, The careless babble or the bro...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 26 May 1888

THE PROGRESS. JOB WORK AXD Printing Establishmeut. All kind! of Job Printing, iuch as Bill Heads, Letter Headi, Blanks, Cards, Tagi etc., Bolicite Work Warranted and Satisfaction Guaranteed. $4.00 DAILY $4.00 STAR-NEWS -AND- The Progress. ONE YEAR $4.00. R. FAIRBANKS, Dealer in QROCERIES PROVISION. and Lumbermen's Supplies, snOiu FLOUR and FEED kept on-kand. iMie*f, Sttak* Roet **d f kt, t.** 7$ Progress. 6u8. H. Beaulieu, 7%eo. Beaulieu, Publisher. WHITE EARTH, MA 26, 1888. Published Every Saturday. 8ubcrlptlon 2,00 per year, [n Advance, Entered in the Post Office at White Eaith, at SECOND-CLASS rates. Local and Personal. The buds on shrub and trees are now coming rapidly forward. Rev. Chas. Wright, Rice River, returned from a short visit on Friday. 0 Sibley and S. S. McArthur, returned from a Red Lake trip, this aiternoon. Agent ^heehan, Paul and Henry Beaulieu left for the Mille Lac country on Friday. Miss Mattie Yourix, of Rich wood, is visiting with, the family of Rev. A Gilfil...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 2 June 1888

If VOL. 1. $4.00 DAILY $4.00 STAR-NEWS A ND THE PROGRESS, ONE YEAR $4.00. THE PROGRESS. JOB WORK A3TO_ Printing Establishment All kinds of Job Printing, such as Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Blanks, Cards, Tags etc, soli cite Work Warranted and Satisfaction Guaranteed, The Progress. Que. H. Beaulieu, Theo. H. Beaulieu, Publisher. Editor. White E&vtla Afi-ency, Minn. A "WEEKLY NEWSPAPER de voted to the interest of the White Earth Reservation and general Noith western News. Published and man aged by members of the Reserva tion. Correspondence bearing on the In dian questionproblem, or on geneial interest, is solicited. Subscription rates: $2.00 pel an num. For the convenience of those who may feel unable to pay for the papei yearly oi who may wish to take it on trial, subscuptions may be sent us for six and thiee months at the yearly rates. All subscriptions oi sums sent to us should be foi warded by Registered letter to insure safety. Adderess all communications to THE PBOGKESS, Whit...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 2 June 1888

fy 9i y^he^ro^reBB* 1 T. a BBA.ULUSU, Editor. f^'f General James Shields certain swords at a sum &t ir whijrL A rx WHITE EARTH. MINI* Epitqme of the Week III! INTERESTING NEWS COMPILATION. CONGRESSIONAL. *1 Tas bill for tbe admission of Dakota into the Union and for the organization of the Territory of Lincoln was considered in the United States Senate on the Oth, but no action was taken. Bills were Introduced for a permanent court of arbitration between the United States and Great Britain and France, and for the comple tion of the direct tax (12),C00,000) of 1861.... In the Bouse the deadlock over the Direct-Tax bill still continued, wjth no prospect of coming to an end. IK the Senate on the 10th the bill to author lie the sale to aliens of certain mineral lands was passed, and the bill to provide for the ad mission of the State of South Dakota and tbe organisation of the Territory of North Dakota was further considered In the House the entire session was devoted to filibusteri...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 2 June 1888

FARM AND FIRESIDE..' A good, milk-fed barn cat is worth wove than her weight in poisons and all the traps she could cany. *.T^" ^r" A peck of fresh lime wi ll absorb three quarts of water, hence the ad vantage of putting this amount of cal careous matter in a damp cellar. Cold water is decidedly the best to use for thn faoe, as it is nearest to the temperature of atmospheric air, to which the face is continually exposed. A field of grass where I sow ed salt three years ago remained green throughout the dry weather when the grass on other fields was dry and brown, says a correspondent of the Sural New Yorker. Mules are less subject to disease than horses, and their term of work averages twice as long. Fo culti vati ng crops mul es are superior to horses, as they walk Indian fashion, one foot directly in front of the other. A man can bo a farmer and not "get there." Why? Because he doesn't know how. doesn' manage well. Th life of a farmer must be prac tical or the farm can not pay. mu...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 2 June 1888

!r I*^ I A 1^ IK $4.00 DAILY $4.00 STAR-NEIVS AND THE PROGRESS, ONE YEAR $4.00. waammmemm THE PROGRESS. JOB WORK ISO Printing Setsk i in ,u jjiiinjj Establishment All kinds of Job Printing, such us Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Blanks, Cards, Tags tie., soli cite Work Warranted and {Satisfaction j* Guaranteed* %v^*t,M Xt t,-^rl**& mm* ftMmej The Progress. Qua. H. Beau lieu, Theo. H. Beaulieu, Local and Personal. Publisher. Editor. WHITK EARTH, JI-NK 2, 1888. Published Every Satmciay. Subscription 92,00 per year, in Advance. Entered in the Post Office at White Eaith, at SECOND-CLASS rates. JUNE.14JUNE. We have been requested to an nounce that there will be a peo ple's meeting held on Wednesday Evening of next week, on the the grounds of the old School building. The object being to perfect plans and arrangements to properly observe the anniversary occasion of June 14th. Every one who has an interest in making this occasion an enjoyable success, should attend. Dr. Allen, Detroit, paid ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 9 June 1888

i N i' 1 i St iBH JOB r^yw i,t"0pqyrW*f Y*"1'"' pl?: S3?l8C0MtM, iri June -f4. PREPARE FOR IT. JgJ Z^e Progress. 6u8. H. Beaulieu, 7%eo. Beaulieu, Publisher. Editor. White Earth Agency, Minn. A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER de voted to tho interest of the White Earth "Rosprviition and general North Nvi-torn News. PublUhod and man aged by members of the Keserva lion. Correspondence bearing on the In dian questionproblem, or on general interest, is solicited. Subscription rates: $2 0 per an r.um. For the convenience of those who may feel unable to pay for the paper yearly or who may wish to take it on trial, subscriptions may be sent ns for six and three months at the yearly rates. All subscriptions or sums sent to us should be forwarded by Registered letter to insure safety. Adderess all communications to THE PROGRESS, White Earth, Minn. THE PROGRESS. WORK .A2 Printing Establishment. All kinas of Job Pnafcia&'sucJi Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Blanks, Ciwds, Tags etcM aolicib Work Warranted anil...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 9 June 1888

I^n*^ fflm 'to-" '5 yp^ v jktf-s JS-ir. in ragress* T. H. BEATJL1EU, Editor. WHITE EARTH. MIN3* Epitome of the Week. INTERESTING NEWS COMPILATION. CONGRESSIONAL., I N the Senate bills were introduced on the 14th proposing an amendment to the constitu tion so as to reduce from two-thirds to a ma jority the vote in each house overriding Presi dential vetoes, anfl to prevent convict labor from competing with organized labor. A reso lution was offered to provide for a full exami nation of the meat product of the United States, and a petition was rresented to reduce letter post age to one cent per ounce... In the House several local bills were introduced, after which the session was occupied discussing the Tariff bill. THE Senate on the 15th passed the House till to limit the work of letter-carriers to eight hours a day. A joint resolution was introduced to allow the District of Columbia representa tion in both Houses of Congress. The bill to establish 4 department of labor and the Pen s...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 9 June 1888

9 I &* II W' m? T. H. BBAsOLlEU, Kditos. WHITE EARTH. MINN. THE WATERFALL.., Not far away, a quiet spot, Where oft I go when my head is hot And my feet are tired, is a waterfall That dashes over a garden wall, And this is the song it sings to mo: 'True, true to eternity." Sometimes I go in the winter snow, Wlien the icicles hang like coral row, Chiseled and planned by a master hanct, Greater than any magician's wand: And then, as ever, it sings to me: "Pure, pure to eternity." Sometimes when meadows are fair to see And the bride of the zephyr, anemone, Is nestling under the leaves of spring, With the violets blue as a bluebird's wing, 1Tis then the waters sing sweet to mo '^Hope, hope to eternity." And oft in summer at sunset hour. When the soul communes with a higher power, And the foaming waters are gold and red, Taking the hue of the heavens o'erhead, Then softer than ever it sings to me: 'Peace, peace to eternity." I should like when I go to the world above, Where the birds ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 9 June 1888

,vC :s& 7$g Progress. Qus. H. Beau lieu, Theo. H. Beaulieu, Publisher. Editor. "WHITE EAKTH, JTNB 9, 1888. L-ublished Every Saturday. Subscription 92,00 per year, In Advance, Entered in the Post Office at "White Earth, at SECOND-CLASS rates. Do You Want Something to Read We have the pleasure to announce to our readers with this issue, that we have made arrangements with the publishers of the B*S & STAR-NEWS, Published at Minneapolis, where by we are enabled to furnish the same with the PEOGRESS at the astonish- ingly low price of FOUR DOLLAK3 A YEAR FOR THE TWO The News is is an eight column folio, contains 32 columns of reading matter daily it is wide-awake, fresh, and newsy and all together one of the best sources of in formation for the money that one can secure. Its News are condensed and reliable. Try it, and you will not be disappointed. SSL. Remember you you get a first-class DAILY Newspaper worth alone the price of your money, and the Progress, the two for $4.00 a ye...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 23 June 1888

*&**** ?'is -j? ti'Si j$*4& ISHTfl&w THE moms, THE ONLY PAPER ~7/a Fearlessly and Truthfully Advocates the Cause of the Red Mart, Justice and Fair-play, VOL. 1. ar RACE PREJUDICE. A serious obstacle to the satis factory adjustment of the Indian problem, is the Absurd Race Prejudice. which exists in the minds of so *manyr- "Km-Jntrran-ttfl- jtidgett-irom what seems to be his normal con dition, is looked upon as the typ ical representative of all that is slothful, ignorant and inestima ble. He is looked upon as a being in capable of advancement to that plane, which, in this century, and in this country, is deemed a nec essary requirement, by those who desire to occupy a recognized posi tion in social life. We do not mean here, social life, as guaged by conventionalism, but social life in its broadest and best sense that is, as the term which express conditions of living under princi ples voiced in the words, Liberty, Equality and Fraternity. Not, indeed, in the sense of th...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 23 June 1888

"it' ft* I ft eg. fife" ragress. T. H. BE1.UL1EU, Editor. DOMESTIC. THr first Prohib.t.on convention ever held in Georgia at Columbia on the 22d The object of the convention is to or ganize more perfectly the prohibition move ment in the State. ECOGNE CHALFANT, who was bitten some weeks ago by a spitz dog, died of hydro phobia at New Albany, Ind., on the 22d. IT was reported on the 22d that E. B. Bradley, general teller of the Union Na tional Bank of Chicago, was a defaulter to the extent of $30,000. He had fled to Can ada. Two FREIGHT trains on the Rock Island road collided near Iowa City, la., on the 22d, and a locomotive and twentyrfour cars were demolished. DAV ID MOORE and Willard Hall (both col ored) and George Graham were hanged on the 2*M at Greenville, Miss., for murder. THE National Association of Labor Statis ticians session on the 223 at Indianapolis, Ind., re-elected Carrol Wright, of Massa chusetts, president. HE cut worm was on the 22d making a clean 9weep of corn and...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 23 June 1888

155133 B&. &m mf Q*u ru H: i i\ 6W MEMORY'S FLOWERS. [Written for This Paper.! LIKE the custom beau tiful of ours That sets aside a spe cial holy day, When we may strew, with memory's glow ing flowers, The graves of Blue and Gray. :Not only those whose lives are fair and brief, For only flowers of the earth are they Flowers of the heart, that breathe of "hope and gr.ef, That will not fade away. But let us not our offerings confine To patriots who fell on battle heights "Let all our loved who died to life divine Share in the sacred rites. Where is the home whose circle is complete' Where is the heart that has not lost a friend" Go, cast your flowers where their incense sweet May. with your prayers, ascend Ah' flowers can speak when our poor lips are dumb, Of love or woe, in language of their own. And, clustered on the grave, bring utterance from The cold lips of the stone. GEORGE BIRDSEYE. ONE MEMORIAL DAY. The Story of -a Family Feud and Its Ending-. iWi.tten for This Paper....

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 23 June 1888

5*1 -%l JJ' if*" ft? 8*? 1MB JL 1 IM& TlMB. FRANK M. HUME, DETROIT, MlHKlUOTA. DEALER IN Clocks, Watches and Jewelry. REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. WHITE EARTH Orders, if left with Benjamin Caswell, at Fairbanks & Bro.' Store will receive prompt at- tention. 4t THE PROGRESS. JOB IS,"' 5$' WORK AND Printing Establishment. All kinds of Job Printing,"such as Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Blanks, Cards, Tags etc., soli cite Work Warranted and Satisfaction Guaranteed. he Perkins Wind Mill. 9 9 0 It has been in constant use for 19 years, with a record equaled by none. WARRANTED no blo down, unles8 __ +wtrro ----w "nico the Tower goes with it or against any wind that does not disable sub- more, tWO teachers, a principal Ktantial farm buildings to be perfect toout- i mi last and do better work than any other mill FAIRBANKS, Dealer in QROCERIES PROVISION. and Lumbermen's Supplies. LOUR and FEED kept on*hand Ginseng, Snake Root and Fur* Bought, Sold and xchangd. -HOTEL- HINDQUARTERS. lid. Oliver...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 14 July 1888

te 'fe 'fkyf m: ^J VOL. 1. The Indian Right and Wrong. 5*"WE hold these truths to be self-evident, that KLTU MEN are created equal that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights that among these, are X-IFE, LIBEiyPY, AND THE PURSUIT OF HAP- JA^^ffJ,"-Declaration of Independence, July In the Senate of the United States, Juno 20th, 1888. Mr. Morgan introduced the follow ing bill which was read twice and referred to the Committee on Indian affairs. A BILL. To establish police courts and to define their Jurisdiftlon smd. regulate judicial proceedings wltlmithe Indian res., and i'ur other purposes. Be it enacted by the Senate and "House ei. Representatives of the Uni ted States of America in Congress as sembled, That all persons, who com mit within the limits of- any Indian reservation offenses which are made punishable with death or imprison ment in tho penitentiary, or by sen tence to hard labor under the laws' of the 8tate or Territory in which such Indian rese...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 14 July 1888

-is 1 W"h f% .T3?i he roQren8. T. H. BEAUL1EU, Editor. WHITE EARTH. EIp mm. Epitome of the Week. INTERESTING NEWS COMPILATION. CONGRESSIONAL. IN the Senate on the 11th consideration ot the fishery treaty was resumed in open session ....In the House Mr. Dougherty (Fla.) offered a substitute to theproductbill, Mills which provide that all articler so not manufactures or produced, in the United States shall enter the United States free of import duty. The Tariff bill was further discussed. A bill was introduced to provide for an Assistant Secretary of the Navy. A BILL to amend the Inter-State Commerce law was considered in the United States Sen ate on the 12th. A resolution was offered in structing the Committee on Privileges and Elections to investigate the r%cent State elec tion in Louisiana. The Department of Agri culture Appropriation bill was reported In the House the time was occupied in debate on the Tariff bill. IN the Senate a bill was introduced on the 13th for the creation o...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 14 July 1888

l4M A&K- -*i I P*S?5T t$* he grigress. T. H. BEAUUEU, Editor. WHITE EARTH. MDII* THE ONE WHO STAYS AT HOME. The wheels of the world go round and round, In the press of a busy throng. Morn with its matin melody And night with its vesper song The tideB are out and the tides are in, Like the seam its ebb and flow, For there's always one to stay at homo Where there is one to go Abroad on the highway's noisy track There is rush of hurrying leet, The sparks fly oat from the wheels of Time To brighten the bitter and sweet, But apart from the beaten road and path, Where the pulse of. earth runs slow, There is always one to stay at home Where there is one to go Over and over good byes are said, In tests that die with the day, When eyes aro wet that can not forgot, And smiles have faded away. Smiles that are worn as over a grave, Flowers will blossom and blow, For there always one to stay at horns Where there is one to go Always one for the little tasks Of a day that is never done, Always...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 14 July 1888

fr W A-- #T- Sir5 5w7 p. **m* THE "PROGRESS. Qi' JOB WORK AND Printing I Establishment. All kinds of JotTPrinting, "such as Bill Heads, Letter Heads, BltfKfcs, Cards, Tags etc., soli cite Work Warranted and Satisfaction Guaranteed. $4.00 DAILY $4.00 STAR-NEWS *t*vht*r4t A.KD- .THE PROGRESS ONE YEAR fo- Sf-i- .00, & i3"' ipfe The Progress 6u8. H. Beaulfeu, Theo. H. Beauiieu, Publisher. Editor. WHITE EARTH, JITLY 14, 1888. Published Every Saturday. Subscription 92,00 per year, In Advance, Entered In the Post Office at White Earth, at SECOND-CLASS rates. We discountenance, as outrage ous, any measure that would tend to add addtional stress to the 'one man-power' system, over a people, and of its indulgence by any offi cial in the Public seruioe. Local and Personal. On the programmehaying. John English, Red Lake, is reg istered at the Hindquarters. Col. Ed Oliver paid a flying trip to Detroit City, on Wednesday. Mrs. Gus H. Beauiieu, returned to St. Paul on Wednesday. Dr. Hawes, age...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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