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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 11 August 1888

ous, 8 x' BEAUUEU, .EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR* Assistant "Editor. A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER de voted to the interest of the White Earth Jteaervatlon and general North western News. Published and man aged by members of the Reserva tion. Correspondence bearing on the In dian question--problem, or on general interest, is solicited. num. For the convenience of those who may feel unable to pay for the paper pearly or who may wish to take it on trial, subscriptions may be sent us for six and three months at thejust yearly rates. AH 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 JOB WORK AND. Printing Establishment i 'All kinds Joh fVmfcingy gukn asas Bill Heads, letter Reads* &ta&]&, Cards, fags tcM soil tiite }W$rk Warranted tzhti SdtkfaGtfon VOL. 1. WHITE EARTH AGENCY, MINN The Indian Right and Wrong. *5P"WK bold these truths to.lie self-evident, that ALL MEN are cr...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 11 August 1888

1%* Jfa#rm. T. fi. BEAUUE U, JCditor. WHITE EARTH. MINN. Epitome of the Week. INTERESTING NEWS COMPILATION. CONGRESSIONAL. HE Naval Appropriation bill was considered in the Senate on the 24th, and an amendment to the Sundry Civil bill providing for refunding the direct war tax paid by the States and Ter ritories in 1861 was favorably reported. A reso lution was offered and referred for the appoint ment of a committee of seven Senators to in quire into and report upon the relations of business and commerce between the United States and Canada,...In the House the bill for feiting lands granted to the Hastings & Dakota railroad in Minnesota was passed. The Senate bill providing that the Alien Land act shall not affect the title to mineral or mining claims was reported favorably. The Oklahoma bill was considered. IN the Senate the Naval Appropriation bill was passed on the 26th. A bill was favorably reported to appropriate 8100,000 for a public building at Muskegon, Mich. All of the...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 11 August 1888

i -a- jfis It'* I 1 $* i^*-^* ^*V iffo progress* T. H. BKJLUL1BU, Edltorw VHXTABABTE. 10N THAT FARMER. Who used to plow and sow and reap, And with the lark from slumber leap. And with the chickens go to sleep? That Farmer. Who was contented with his lot, Of working hard for what he got, Till city boarders found the spot? That Farmer. Who then hung up his hoe and rake, And gave all honest toil the shake, And set his wife to cook and bake? That Farmer Who fits each room with corn husk. beds. And old rag-carpet worn to shreads, And in the hall a curtain spreads* That Farmer. Who advertises mountain air, Grand scenery and luscious fare, ^And other things that .prove a snare? That Farmer.' Who packs the ranch with boarders cheap, While he and his the kitchen keep, To wash, dress, comb their heads and sleep? That Farmer. Too lazy now to till the land, Who buys stale vegatables canned, And starves the woful boarding band? &***$$$&*,, f*frm*m!?xr*~~- ^ffoMVSrsniiBSr1 Who, grown as f...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 11 August 1888

mk -,c $V fh^ progress. rgrprra: .'t '^lilifts'BA^TM il).lfe88. Published Every Saturday. Subscription 92,00 per year, ]n Advance, Entered in the Post Office at White Earth, at SECOND-CLASS rates. imporiaiit to Parents. !fc3T The Superintendent or assistant sup't of St* John's Industrial School, CollegeTille, Minn,, will be'at this agency on Saturday, August 18th, toJmake arrangements with pa.- rents to send their boys to College. ville on the 30th inst. Applica tion should be made at an early da$e that arrangements for trans portation, etc., may be made. Local and Personal. Mr. J. H. Beaulieu and son are registered at the Headquarters. Selam Fairbanks, Rice River, is registered at the Hindquarters. Agent Sheehan left for a trip to St. Paul, the fore part of the week. Mrs. C. JI. La jRue, is waiting at ^the bedside of her afflicted sister, Mrs. Fontaine, :f S i is. M. Hume,land family- who have, been visiting Detroit friends have1 returned home. *r Mr. and Mrs John English, Red Lake...

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

it BSEflP* I At ,,-V *k 1 t' v A ft. m,:. V*2 ri v* CARSOWS PHARMACY, DETROIT, :'*aj?j MINX. Vruff, Chemical*, and AGriMAnJOnnntts wilt reoelvelPrompt 99. r Attention, tf Quay-yuck-o-ohee.gaid. OL: I. The Progress! Cu8. H, Beaulieu, Then. H, Beaulieu, *?9u A WKKKLT JOB Vf $*%- ^fe%MiHwUdlMa Publisher. Manager. XKWBPAPBU dian questionproblem, or on general --M^^. nteres S S de voto^ to tho interest of the "White Earth Reservation and general North western Xews. I'ublisheil and man Aged by members of the Reserva tion. Correspondence bearing on the In- is Subscription rates: $2.00 per an num. 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 us 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 TUB PROGRESS, White Earth, Minn. THE PROGRESS WORK AND Printing Establishment Bill H...

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

fcr &**,* 4 L% i March last. ^^V-lv^Jt T.H.BEAUL1EU, Editor. Ij^fi WHIT EARTH. MDfK, Epitome ofrthe Week. INTERESTING NEWS COMPILATION. CONGRESSIONAL. ,7" IN the Senate on the 20th the time was occu pied in discussing the fisheries treaty In the House a bill was introduced to define trusts and to punish persons connected with them. The most of the day was spent in dis cussing"the Chinese Immigration Restriction bill, which was finally passed, with an amend ment providing that the repealing clause shall go into effect only upon the ratification of the pending treaty. THE Senate refused on the Slst to ratify the fisheries treaty by a rote of "80 to 27, Bills were introduced to prevent the introduction of contagious diseases from one State to anoth er, and to pension soldiers* widows regardless of the cause of the soldier's death, provided they were married during his military service Ninety-three private bills were passed ...In the House a bill was introduced to change the time fo...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 1 September 1888

3* h\ B' "**s rw Kfr 1 rf"V 1 /t'.l'-^ *i as aemtnnnleatioas tor this paper should be mum wnea oar ns name of the author, not neeeasarttr far pltpnoaCfon, but as evidence t good falUl oatne Irt of the writw. Write only on oriVrtdTo* the XT er Be wnicularly careful to airmail*jn^anudaW so hare&- lettersudflur*plainaWdlKtiaet Piiv nana* are often dUBcult to decipher. beciaSe *?tna 'onleee manner UwUob they ai written. LOSS AND GAIN^*i&^f I sorrowed that the golden day was dead, Its light no more the country side adorning But whilst I grieved, behold1the East grew red 4 With morning, I sighed that merry Spring was forced to go. And doll the wreaths that did so well beconfe her. But whilstI murmured atherabsence, lol .'Twas summer. I mourned because the daffodils were killed By burning skies that scorched my earfy posies. Bat whilst for these I pined my hands were filled With rosea.1' i i ws^. Half-broken hearted I bewailed the end Of friendships than which none had once seemed ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 1 September 1888

&"- ife'. & &~' j\ N t, TkmProgress, Out. H. BMtl9u, w, Publisher. Tftw. Beauties Manager. WUITI EARTH, Sara. 1, 1888, Published Every Saturday. libttrtptlen: 93,00 par y*r, |ft Advance. Entered in the Post Office At White Earth, at SECOND-CLASS.rates. MMMW AND EXTORT^'. 1 !A.' Hippodromic humbugs Have fig ured conspicuously and added a marked feature in the history of the United States, among its peo ple and we regret to say, in the le galizing and administration of the mandates of the law. Espec ially has this been the case with reference to the red race. Since the day /when first the American Indian were discovered living "after the manner of thehippbdromeic golden age," their right to the soil upon which they lived, nay their existence, has been disputed, and under various pretexts they have been made to forsake theat homes of their birth in some few instances they have been treated with the courtesy becoming a Na tion in the conducting of such ne gotiations. I the m...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 15 September 1888

fc I V" I S* 55' i- fe s^* C^BS03PS PKAJRMACY. DfUOIT. M|Ng. Bnif Chemical*, Pftttttt nf41eitts( 49iMAit|0H&stta will rewtvl*row|rt Attention, r"^.^ 'I-, tf, Quay-yuck-o-ehee-gaid, VOL. 1. 7$ Progress. Que, H. Beau lieu, Theo. H, Beaulieu, Publisher. Manager. ta. A WEEKLY STEWSPAPEH de- voted te the interest of the White Earth Reservation And general North western News. Published and man aged by members of the Reserva tion. Correspondence bearing on the In dian questionproblem, or on general interest, is solicited. tfv Subscription rates: $2.00 per an num. 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 us 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. Aideress all communications to THE PROGRESS, White Earth, Minn. THE PROGRESS JOB WORK AND Printing Establishment All kinds of Job Printing, suth ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 15 September 1888

J* &:: *xxh ft* "At a? I v* 5 _, Btiucted. 'l Wb* HwQrtzs} T. H. BXA.ULUET/, Editor, \~AWt ^"WHITE KART5BL, etrime mm* -Epitome of the'Week. *__^ INTERESTING NEWS COMPILATION. CONGRESSIONAL. SENATOR ALLISON made a lengthy speech in I the debate on the Sundry Civil bill in the Sen ate on the 28th, claiming that the expenditures of the Government for the four years of Mr. ^Cleveland's Administration exceeded'the ex penditures of the Garfleld-Arthur Admin istration by t95,0GO,0O0. Mr. Hoar's resolu tion calling on President Cleveland for all the correspondence between Great Britain and] the trmted States relating to the fisheries troubles was passed....In the House the time was prin cipally occupied in debating the leave of-ab sence question. The President's message and the Wilson bl relating to retaliation was re ferred to a sub-committee to collate all the treaties and statutes bearing on the subject. MR. REAGAN introduced a bill in the Senate on the 29th to permit the importatio...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 15 September 1888

I ii iS&fcJs^f ifi%|PL he rogress^ T. H. BEJLUL1EU, Editor. J* WHITE EARTH. MENU OVER AND OVER AGAIN.^ 'Tia a saying trite, repeated ofttimes, I A "A housekeeper's work is never done *The household wheels must be oiled each day And the work go on front sun to sun. "There is washing, and ironing, and baking to'do "While swift as a weaver's shuttle time goes, And the small jobs sandwiched between these tasks *No one but a housekeeper guesses or knows. The Johns of the household have their weak points, Although for the most part good men and true Not faults that are glaring oh, no no, no! But follies and foibles like me and like you. Some Johns have a penchant for-delicate bread, And some for a mealy potato, And some we have known covet polished shirt fronts, And this, we must own, is but nature. u. 'The children, too, must be coddled and fed. Their bruises court-plastered, and eaoh Uttlo sprite Schooled, scolded, and guarded from perils by day. And lovingly, tenderly cared for at ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 15 September 1888

4\t' K. & 1 #'$ fe -J- t^ it Kit if m fev $"'h The ^Progress^ Gus, H. Beaux!ou, Tfieo :H. Publisher. Manager. sJfudhu, \YHiTW%iutTH..fliT. 15, 1888. relished Every Saturday. Subscription S2.00 par yar, In Advance), En overt in the Post Office Rt White Earth at ABOOND'CLAM rates. A HIGHER EDUCATION. pose of acquiring knowledge be-' yond the rudiments, furnishes an upon what has been the practice of officials in the Indian, depart ment. We refer to the PBRSISTBNX POLIOYO/ excluding Indians or other of mixed-bloods from positions of trust and emolument upon reser vations. The theory of the churches which deport our youth of both Bexes, is that of fitting them mo rally and intellectually for. the higher walks of life in other words to afford them the opportu nity by contact with superior ed ucational and social environments, of acquiring a higher education, and ease of conventional deport ment. They add to this theory, the hope that these young people will become useiul to their tri...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 22 September 1888

Ws Quay-yuok-o-ohee-gaid. 77te LPtvgress. Quo, H, Beaulieu, Th$Q* NrBoaulloUt Publisher. Manager* ftft*. A WEEK LY NEWSPAPER de voted to the interest of the White Earth Begervation and general North western News. Published and man* aged by members of the Reserva tion. Correspondence bearing on the In dian questionproblem, or on general interest, la solicited. 4 Subscription rates $2.00 per an num. For the convenience of those who may feel unable to pay for the paper yearly or who may wish to take it on trial, subscriptions may be sent us for six and three months at the yearly rates. All subscriptions or sums sent to us should be forwarded by Registered letter to insure safety. Adderess all communications to THE PROGRESS, White Earth, Minn. THE PROGRESS JOB WORK AJS:E tAB feinds of Job* Pi-rofci^ mmh Bill Heads, Letter He*ds "$ib,,v*i OLD FATHER DUNDER. Sfi* Iutrootlve Story of a Boy Who Ba Uvd to Bream* and Signs. Shildren, I shall now tell you der Hhtory of der poy who pelieves in ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 22 September 1888

titry- Si*. Sfcr Iff- v*- t\ %&' &1- Sines 4ifJ 'tr 3 &*** *r "^A1 PT. H. BKAUL1BU, Editor. &f^t wTHTB EARTH, iEpitome of thf Week INTERESTING NEWS COMPILATION. CONGRESSIONAL. In the Senate discussion of the Oblneu Ex clusion bill occupied most of the time on the 10th. A resolution on the subieot of campaign work by an employe of the-Senate was passed also the House bill pensioning "Aunt Liszle Alliens," of Chicago, an old-army nurse, at .the rate of 185 a month ...Tn the House the Forti fication Appropriation bill was patied. A bill was Introduced to amend the naturalization laws. Three more anti-trust bills were intro duced. HE Senate on the 11th passed the "Fourth f July" Claims billa bill intended to reim burse those who suffered damage in small -amounts during the war. The Chinese Ex -clus'on bill was further considered. The'bill declaring trusts unlawful was reported.. .In -the House the Sundry Civil Appropriation bil occupied the time. AM amendment to the Trus...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 22 September 1888

%%y- -$*. 1^ w*R. ft- T. H. BEAUL1E17, Editor* WHITE EARTH. mm A LITTLE SOCIETY LADY. I know a little maiden well A pretty girl is she Who is a judge of all that's swell. And courts "Society She'll tell you if a thing's in style, Or put entirely, And really knows an awful pile i 4* AboutSociety." For youthful games she does not care, Though happy as can be When she a stylish gown can wear Out in Society." She thinks much more of hats and wraps Than of geography For who cares for horrid maps In gay "Society?" It takes an hour to fix her curls, Par less for history, But they're no time tolearn, the girls That like Society. 1 She may be weak In 'rithmetic,J But takes the "bakery" When she with curls and bangs so slick Goes "Society." G Thompson ELmvley, in 2 u\ T. Graphite. "SI6L" Who Was It That Carried the Bed Light TJp the Track One Saturday afternoon my brother and I drove over to Crossfield Station to meet our father, but found that there had been a change of time on the rail road...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 22 September 1888

l0, &&B- h' i I ?g'Jl ThS S ,..T.7r^7^n? M.'.,,, 0U9, H, Beaulieu, Ttieo, H, Beaulieu, Published Every Saturday.'' Subtorlptlon: 2,00 per year. In Advatic*, Entered In the Post Office at "White Earth, at SECOND-GLASS rates. Local and Personal. I"" Comingthe cold, chilly winds of fall and winter. Dr. Rea took a flying trip Foss- |||f tonwards, one day this week. ||H" Rev. Father Alqysus returned from Leech Lake trip on Saturday of last week. hJ-- Thursday was lowry, in the af- 1 ternoon rain set in and continued during the night. Agent T. J. Sheehan returned on Friday from a ten days sojourn in and about St* Paul. Mrs. Grantham, matron of the government boarding school, re turned from a short visit among Detroit friends on Tuesday. Mrs. M. Semplft and baby Gil fillin now preside over the affairs of the manor in the absence of Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Gilfillin. About forty pounds of g. 0. p. campaign literature arrived in Tuesday's mail, addressed to T. J. Sheehan. C. H. Whipple, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 6 October 1888

rt"'. V. -p Wi lr',v ~*."J WW mi- ^Bs^ The Progress. Gas. H. Beau lieu, Theo. H. Beaulieu, THE PROGRESS JOB WORK AND- Printing Establishment AH kinds of Job Printing, such as r,'' .Bill Heads, Letter Meads, Blanks, Cards, Tags etc., solicited W*rk Warranted and Satisfaction Guaranteed* GREAT How Publisher. Manager. 8SL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER de- voted to the interest of the White Earth Reservation and general North* western News. Published and man aged by members of the Reserva tion. Correspondence bearing on the In dian questionproblem,, or on general interest, is solicited. Subscription rates: $2.00 per an num. 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 us 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. JM' SEAL ROOKERIES. the Islands...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 6 October 1888

Ml*?" i^ I* so *V 1 @3 sfe= Mr. r* :Y* hi if & T. H. BELA.UL1EU, Editor. $*v *WHIX BAR^HL fflKK Epitome ofMe Week. INTERESTING NEWS COMPILATION. CONGRESSIONAL! A BILL was passed in the Senate on the 24th allowing any person who has abandoned or re linquished a homestead entry before the ex piration of the requisite six months to make another entry not exceeding a quarter seotion of land. Bills were introduced to prohibit the immigration of Chinese laborers, and offering a reward of $100,000 to any one who shall dis cover the cause, remedy and treatment of yel low fever. The Deficiency Appropriation Jjil\ was passed.... In the House m'JIs were intro duced to establish a camp for yellow fever ref ugees to prevent aliens from being employed on public works, and to increase the pensions of those who have lost a limb. ON the 29th all the pension bills on the calen dar in the Senate, 114 in number, were passed, including one giving the widow of General Sheridan $3,500 a year. A resolu...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 6 October 1888

ll ,'&"&< W* jffrogress. T. H. BEAT/LIEU, Editor. JT EARTH. iosn CAP AND SELLS. Too oft in merry moments I had written mock ing rhymes, And, strange to say, Uxe editors had printed themattimes. er nS?^?e 0 ine, 0rStamblti0 BLACK ART IN INDIA. A Country "Where Sorcerers Live and Thrive. There is scarcely a village in Eastern and Southern India that does not pos sess its witch, to whom terrible powers are attributed by the popular mind. The witches, they say, can suck the blood of healthy children and the anxious mother directly she sees the witch approach, catches up her child and mutters some charm to save the dear one from being sucked to death. Of course the best antidote to the occult influence of the dreaded hags is the gift of a few copper coins or some sort of alms. But there are other means employed to counteract their malignity. They are sometimes detected by salt being placed on their heads, which oauses them to turn round and mutter incoherent syllables. Sometim...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 6 October 1888

it fr J"^ V& ft 6* The Progress 0w, Beaulieu, m% Theo, H, Beaulieu, Publisher. Manager. WHITE EARTH, OCT. 6, 1888. Published Every Saturday. Subscrlptton 92,00 per year, In Advance, Entered in the Post Office at White Earth, at SEOOND-OLASS rates. A Chance. 3T This week we send to ma nj of our readers 'sample copies' of THE ECHO, a bright, sparkling 8 page paper, containing the chice est literary selection from the col umns of four of the brighest pa pers published in the country. To all subscribers who will forward us $2.50 between now and the first of January next we will send the Progress and the Echo for one year with the choice of a premium from the Echo book list. Can you do any better Local and Personal. There's millions of 'emducks. The Republicans of this county will hold their convention for the nomination of county officers at the Court house in Detroit on Sat urday Oct. 13th. At the Democratic district con vention, which was held at Detroit last Saturday, R. L. Fraze...

Publication Title: Progress, The
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