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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 13 October 1888

?3&i- K- jQ ?ys HSb*J. few ^If^MfBOIT, '.MINK mflim&m mtln. 1 VOL. 1. l-"^ MAW. OBDKRS wilil receive Prompt!) S't Attention. Sy*?- tft- 8ft. ^Quay-yuck-o-chee-gaidi& 'Jft,J,u. tf'TB'^ &r. The Progress. tfwiv H, Beaulieu, Publisher. Theo. H. Beaulieu, Manager. 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^, ,^^,^.ju* 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 AND Printing Establishment All kinds of Job ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 13 October 1888

ft i. ii l~agf& i mfJb ifrogressJ _*. feu T.H.8BA.UI0BU, Editor. WHITB EAEtTBL, *pi** ***r3( .\p**5 DOMESTIC. YELLOW FEVER made its appearance on the 17th at Gainesville, Fla., six persons ,r VU tfaeingr stricken-down. HBA VT rain-storms resulted on the 18th in disastrous floods at Port Jervis, N. Y., and other points on th Delaware river. FLOODS in the streams near Scranton, Fa., on the 18th washed out the tracks of the Lackawanna road so that all traffic was suspended MINK Epitome of the Week. INTERESTING NEWS COMPILATION. 4 CONGRESSIONAL. IN the Senate on the 17th the motion to re consider the vote passing the Chinese Exclu sion bill was rejectedyeas, 20 nays, 81 and the bill now goes to the President for his ap proval. A bill was introduced to reduoe letter postage to one cent an ounce. The House bill to create an executive department to be known as the Department of Agriculture was consid- ered.... In the House a resolution was offered calling on the President for Informati...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 13 October 1888

Si '*rw u^"/ r- $W. H' *&-" 4 T. H. BKA.UUEU, Editor. VHITE EARTH. FARMER BROWN'S STORY. wa Pau fcW ^e' quarreledwife an' meabout some pesky little thing, -Ez mos1 folks will w'en one oa um gets off soaoa ib*i 1 ranWin'thing, An' t'other answers sassy with some sneerin' f'*'! word that's wuss I tell ye, mister, 't alius takes a pair tew make -_ a fuss An' ez I wuz a-sayin', after We ud had the spat, ,Wa hadn't spoke in more'n a week. By JingoI i think o' that. I'd got up mornin's Jea' the same, an' mUked an' done the chores, An' she'd got breakfastWiles I wuz aputterin' outdoors, JAn' every thin' ud gone right on from mornin* until night, [But tew each other we wuz dumb. We knew It wuz'n't right, Yet nuther ud give in an inch. It alius happens r, i go: Wen onet old Satan gits a holt he's boun' tew win the throw I Wen we wuz married, both on us wuz sure that years .an'years Udmake no difference with us."We had no thought o' tears. I tell ye, though, w'en folks is poor, atf hev te...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 13 October 1888

s&v ?Cr -Si The Progress^ Qua. H. Bectulieu, Theo* HTBeaulieu, Publisher. 2? Manager. WHITE EAKTH, OCT. 13, 1888. Published Every Saturday. Subscription 92,00 par year, In Advenes. Entered in the Post Office at White Earth, at SECOND-CLASS rates. Nush-kaAttention, m.i.-jtiw. IJX LL *n We have been requested to state the general welfare of the reserva tion and their families future, to meet for consultation at White Earth on j MONDAY, NbViMBER 5th. This will be for a general con sideration, of our people, of bill "S.7935." Let no one neglect this opportunity, as it concerns the future of your people, your homes and your families. Local and Personal. Wanted for this reservation 2,000,000 feet of lumber. John Oberly, was on the 8th, confirmed as Indian Commissioner. Jos. Gagnon left for Rice River on Friday afternoon, where he is engaged to build a boarding and school house to be conducted un der the auspices of the M. E. Mission. A party of Wisconsin lumber men, en route to Red La...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 20 October 1888

j.- "&* V, *A. Quay-yuok-o-chce-gaid. VOL. 1. SIOUX lOTHKFKONT' ei "We had already prepared the article which appeared in our last issue, when the letter of Chief Grass reached us. TMs last reached us in time for pub lication, and we presented both to the t-ublio in order to afford the American people an opportunity to judge the argument from the view point of tho Indian. And however much the aver R6L onlooker may bo disposed to view lightly tho logio of the Indian, he must now confess that the Sioux chief has presontod a -masterly and logioal argument from the standpoint of thetreaties. Sioux nation. We are ploased therefore, that our columns have afforded Grass tho medi um for publio expression, both with reference to the presentation of hisought views, and those of his colleagues, and also for the clearing away of false opinions respecting ultimate action. The commission has now olosed its labors, having discovered what was long ago apparent to the many, that defoat was a for...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 20 October 1888

Sf^ P/ Si* 'he *[regress* T. H. BEAULISU, Editor. VHITE EARTH. IONJ* Epitome of the Week. SNTERESTING NEWS COMPILATION. CONGRESSIONAL. IN the Senate on the 8th Senator Allison opened the debate on the Senate Tarriff bill. An attempt was made to limit the disousaioa to ten days, but the Iowa Senator refused to consent. On comparing the two bills Mr. Allison said that the Senate bill was a clear And distinct measure of protection to American industries, while the House bill was along step in the direction of free trade. Mr. Vance (N. C) spoke in opposition to the bill. In the House a bill appropriating 1500,000 to establish camps for yellow fever refugees was favorably reported. A bill was passed to constitute Lincoln, Neb., a port of delivery. HE Senate passed a bill on the 9th directing that the certificates and lists of votes for President and Vice-President of the United States shall be forwarded to the President of the Senate forthwith after the second Monday in January on which ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 20 October 1888

'1 *\s i jPAPER MATERIALS. How They Are Manufactured lu Different Parts of the Earth. The Chineso generally make their paper from the bark of the bamboo, but thoy havo some kinds made) from linon rags, some from the outer ease of the silk-worm's cocoon, some from the paper-tree, some from tho cotton shrub and somo from rice. Th Jap anese paper is made from the mulberry tree, and the material from which it is fashioned is of such strength that from it cordago is manufactured. These Japaneso manufacture paper for a variety of domestic purposes, and from it paper cloaks, gowns, tents, um brellas, bed-hangings, etc., are made in excellent imitations of silks, satins and other fabrics. Tho paper is ren dered impervious to water by painting and colored varnishes, and they are admirably made to deceive. The Cingalese write on the leaves of the talipot palm the Brahminal MSS. are written on th leaves of the am pina or Palma malabrania: in the .Maldives the ordinary letter paper is the macqu...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 20 October 1888

km* PU tit S5' a* fe1 E N Si*?*" ft" ijr. ir til Ml '"MS -t The Progress. Que. H. Beaulieu, Publisher. Theo. H. Beaulieu, Manager. WHITE EARTH, OCT. 20, 1888. Published Every Saturday. Subscription 92,00 par year, In Advance, Entered in the Post Office at White Earth, at SECOND-CLASS rates. 1 ST Grand Barbecue NOV. 5TH. THE CLEVELAND & THURMAN CLUB. OF WHITE EARTH, MINN., Invites every man, woman and child ef the Reservation to come with their friends and Celebrate a Feast and Mingle in the Festivi ties of a Demonstration that will surpass anything of the kind ever held in the Northwest. 3 OXEN, WILL BE ROASTED WHOLE! And Served out to all who may wish a Meal FREE!! Without regards to Race, Creed, Color or Previous Condition. A GRAND DANCE WILL CLOSE THE DAY1 ENTERTAINMENT, {MJMMNMMBNWMnHW 1^?: QOMi 0M, 00M ALL, and Mht fiSH''3K^l imt Prkndi With Ym "f W$ Ifemenite Everything Will h& I to AU^JPartlciflttfeeV* SHRIEVALTY. to excepting to Mr. Norcross, the nominee for and pres...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 15 December 1888

if f: :*$ie*~.+ fi' I: r. I IJSS" "X JV: 'Mf Quay-yuck-ochee-gaid, ^m^h^gwgress. **2 ^llif^-ft",' V^ae-*J^^5' H. BEAUUEU. a*To AND MANAGER. i~In AN IflDEPENDENDENT NEW8PAPER, Publlthod In the Interest of the White Earth Reservation and the Northwest generally. An Exponent of a Higher Civilization a Fearless and Zealous Advocate whenever Right and Justice may need a Friend, and to Fraud and Oppression a 8ieepless Foe. Correspondence bearing on the In Usu questionproblem, or on genera] jjgpgJUa solicited, -tti?, 92.00 A Year, I Advance. IE PROGRESS JOB WORK TS-AND- Printing Establishmut. UI kinds of Job Printing, such as Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Blanks, Cards, Tags etc., solicited &a-"anted and Satisfaction Guaranteed. AGENCY :im LIGHT*RUKNING EIV HOME ,_* '"^,'i^U- BliUSHES OF BillSTLES. How Tney'Are Mauufao'turell by $*.*&- Hand and Machine. t" *-tVjI' "A brush like this," said she, her words keeping time with her hands as they flashed back and forth, "has four hundred and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 15 December 1888

rSK&SM' t* fi *#f"v,.^V fW^fr^"T~-with Jpfor-rogress. T. XL BEXULiEU, Editor. 'WHITS RABTH. I N the trial in Chicago on the 27th of Hronek, the Anarchist, informer'Chleboun testified that Hronek confessed to him that he tried to throw a mb under Presi dent Cleveland's carriage in the procession last year and that he threw the Haymarket bomb. I, CHARLES E. -STANLEY, treasurer of the Cleveland Gas mpany, was on the 27th charged with defalcations amounting to over {20,000. BANKERS at Milwaukee on the 27th re ported counterfeit five-dollar silver certifi cates in circulation. They are of the series of 1886, and bear a blurred picture of Grant, which is the principal defect of the bill, aside from the paper not having a ,V, silk fiber. A BOILER explosion on the 27th at Ral 4 1 Mem. Epitome of the Week. ^"TEHESTINQ NEWS COMPILATION, DOMESTIC ADVICBS of the 36th say that the recent storm in the East had resulted in great loss of life. The fishing schooner Edward Newton went to pieces o...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 15 December 1888

4 fc gfo. progress. T. B. BBAULUBU, Editor, VeiTR EARTH inw PITTER-PATTER. Pitter-patter, pitter-patter, Hear the music sweet -Pitter-patter, pitter-patter, Comes my baby's feet. Where is mamma, I do wonder.?," And her voice is low, As the sola she looks under "Where did mamma go?" Then she adds in tones of sorrow: 'Mamma's goned away: 'Spect she'll come back to-morrow. Less she's goned to stay." I peep, and the tears are falling Slowly from her cheek, And answer to her calling, From behind the door I speak. Gladly comes my baby to me, Smiles chased the tears away, But with trembling lips said baby: "Me fought you'd goned to stay." Yankee Blade, Bemarkable Instances of People .~v Being- Taken for Others.. Antonio*' TwinsImprisoned for Claim ing lie Was HimselfNotable Case in RussiaOther Stories of Mis taken Identity of Equal Interest, A French writer says no two persons do exactly resemble each other, and on close observation, a distinctive physiognomy may be observed, even in child...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 15 December 1888

& UP' & re s p. I "L JEST A New Lot of Cloajp, for Ladies and Children's wear,-Fall and Winter Millinery, Hosiery, Yarns and Fancy Goods just re ceived at Mrs. E. Irvine, Detroit City. Mail orders will receive prompt attention. \Detroit City Pharmacy, X. *M. COMKACKER, PROPRIETOR, Washington Ave., Detroit, Minn. Drugs and Patent Medicines kept Constantly on hand. Also a fine Line of Toilet Articles. Physician's Prescription Oompounded. All Mail Orders will receive our Prompt Attention, CITY MEAT MARKET, "W. C. KOBERTS, PaopiiiETon Detroit City, Minn. Fresh, Salt, Dried and Smoked Meats, Game and Poultry, Butter and Eggs constantly on hand. Cash paid for Hides, Hogs and Country Produce. All Mail or Stage Orders will re ceive Prompt Attention. WHITE EAHTII AND DETROIT Stage and Freight Line, Carries U. S. Mail. Passengers booked for all points along the Line and at reasonable rates. BURT FRENZIL, Prop. R. FAIRBANKS, Dealer in QROCERIES PROVISION WHITE EARTH AGEKCY, Minn. Sewin...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 26 January 1889

s&S&s & j^j 4*^ *?fci'- .^'4 51 vfclw? i* w^--', ,.i|"^ 1 7 '.4 1, llF*" & CAXS01P %rMA.KMACY,d IWTROIT,*: l5k- VOL. II. MIN$T, 5 Drags, ebomicnls^aud (Patent Medicines. JV MAXX. ORRR8 will *.1"'-* AttentionrcelvejPrompt'] *"^\x \\tc* Quay-yuck-o.chee.gaid. ^.Tke Progress. THEO. H. BEAULIEU. XDZTOn Ai HANAOHR. INDEPENDENOENT NEW8PAPER. Published In the .interest of the White Earth Reservation and the Northwest generally. Ah Exponent of* a Higher Civilisation a Fearless and ZJealcus Advocate whenever Right and Justice may need a Friend, and j.to Fraud and Oppression a Sleepless Foe. Correspondence bearing on the In dian questionproblem, or on general ^interest, is solicited. Term*, 18,00 A Year* In Advance. THE PROGRESS JOB WORK AND Printing Esiablishmut. All kinds of Job Printing, such & Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Blanks, Cards, Tags etc., solicited Work Warranted and Satisfaction Guaranteed. jBkJV air aitrttf'aL'wvy'iimN dne. Hniiii, tTlVarJgJJgfc'g* UH WOT II IB...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 26 January 1889

fe^C**,' 1 if?*-"" mXr 3xi ft. 81? f-T,v Ft & -&- ft If fy'j w*~- v & 1. Fif^. V.- 1\" O i Mfe^ragress. T. H. BEAUL1EU, Editor. WHITE EARTH. MINN. Epitome of the Week INTERESTING NEWS COMPILATION. CONGRESSIONAL. Second Session. IN the Senate on the 20. a 11 was Introduced 1o prohibit disfranchisement on account of lex, and petitions were presented for toe sus pension of the purchase of s.lver bullion and the coinage of silver dollars, and providing for a complete enumeration in the next census of surviving veterans of there bellion. The Tar iff bill was considered....in the House a reso lution was introduced proposing a constitu tional amendment extending the Presidential term to six years and making the President Ineligible for re-election. A bill was intro 1 uoed for the admission of Arizona and Idaho *s States. THIRTY-ONB pages of the Tariff bill were dis -fosed of in the Senate on the 3d. The principal Aisoussion was in regard to the duty on cotton thread....In the H...

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 January 1889

Hi 4* 3&* S 1,4 J'lJIf @h$ rogress. r. H. BBAUL1BU, Editor. VBTVB EARTH. BUNV WHEN I KNOCK AT YOUR DOOR. Wises I knock at your door, May Belle, dearest, T5u ji I know you are gracious and kind, And yovr friendship has grown the sinoerest, Threv things will come up in my mind: think r.t ^he night I once knooked there, Tbo tjwi that still makes my heart acfie, When I gov a great backset and shock there, By kissing your ma, by mistake. When I knook at your door, May Belle, darling, I recall how I went there to win. But the bull-dog behind me came snarling, Asd 1, without knocking, bulged in: I the dark encountered your lather, Who thought me a burglar, no doubt, And without any questions or pother, Ere I could explain, kicked me out. When I knook at your door. May Belle, dearest, Though I know that tome they're resigned, And you love me with heart the slncerest, Three th ngs will come up in my mind. Throe thoughts which I never can smother Fill my head with a racket and roar, i You...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 26 January 1889

it PC ^"r Detroit City Directory, QROCERIES KH CST A New Lot of Cloaks for Ladies and Children's wear, Fall and Winter Millinery, Hosiery, Yarns and Fancy] Goods just re ceived at Mrs. E. Irvine, Detroit City.-* Mail orders will receive prompt attention! Wtetrolt City Pharmacy, a. IK. COMBACKBB, PBOPBIBTOB, Washington Ave., Detroit, Minn. Drugs and Patent Medicines kept Constantly on hand. Also a fine Line of Toilet Articles. Physician's Prescription Oompoundsd. All Mail Orders will receive our Prompt Attention, CITY MEAT MARKET, W. C. KOBEBTS, PKOPIIIKT6R Detroit City, Minn. Fresh, Salt, Dried and Smoked Meats, Game and Poultry, Butter and Eggs constantly on hand. Cash paid for Hides, Hogs and Country Produce. AH Mail or Stage Orders will ceive Prompt Attention. Stage and re* WHITE EA11TH AND DETEOIT Freight Line, Carries U. S. Mail. Passengers booked for all points along the Line and at reasonable rates. BUBT FRENZIL, Prop. R. FAIRBANKS, Dealer in PROVISION WHITE M7' EAiiM A&f...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 16 February 1889

i -^tit*-**. v4 VOL. II. The Progress. THEO. H. BEAULIEU. KDXTOK AKD MANAGER. AN INDEPENOENDENT NEW8PAPER, JOB Published In the Interest of the White Earth OWn thinking. Reservation and the Northwest generally. An Exponent of a Higher Olvlllzatlon a Fearless and Zealous Advocate whenever -wo+irtr. 4-1, ^1 Right and Justice may need a Prlend, and Termi, tS.OO A Tear, I Idrauet. THE PROGRESS WORK AUTD Printing Establishment. All kinds of Job Printing, such as Bill Heads, Letter Heads,~ Blanks, Cards, Tags etc., solicited Werk Warranted and Satisfaction Guaranteed. A TBO-JBOEI.'fiE mi mm J^tOM gso. to $53." S i XI 0 till This Elegant Parlor Organ style 70 containing 8 oc *TSS. 4 Bfets of reads, 10 tops, 3 knee swells. Wool and Book tree. For only $83.00. With rigbt and loft coupler. "Warranted for 6 ysars." itisoniyaecflBiarytoaend references as to your re sponsibility from any bank er, postmaster, merchant or express agent .and the Organ xrlll be shipped promptly on ten days' test trU...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 16 February 1889

IF*?* mj'f I 'V. :JHhii,~$gresx. T. H. B8AULUSU, Kditor. WHITE EARTH. MINK Epitome of the Week. INTERESTING NEWS COMPILATION. CONGRESSIONAL. Second Session, Aw amendment to the Consular and Diplo matic Appropriation bill Riving to our Miu's ters abroad th,e title ot "Ambassador" instead of "Envoy Extraordinary and Ministers' Plen ipotentiary" was adopted in tho Senate on the 39th. Senator Sherman spoke at length on the Samoa faculty, maintaining that our rights must be asserted.... In the Hcuse ape tition of thirteen thousand citizens of Utah against the admission of that Territory as a State was presented. The Sundry C.vil Appro priation bill was passed. A bill to provide for the bettor protection of the fur, seal and sal* soon fisheries of Alaska was reported. THK Senate resumed consideration of the Dlrlomat'.c and Consular Appropriation bill on the iflth ult., the time being occupied in dis cussing the amendments affecting theSamoan islands. The British extradition treaty was als...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 16 February 1889

5 I 1 Hj^SJI^^^^ S4i ,v' Iff Vl V-1 N -^J*' '.V"*- VA _, I F* 4**" A 'V W --:Jt& $h* ragress. T. H. BKA.UL1KU, Editor. WHITE EARTH. imn BIDE A WEE, AND DINNA FRET. Is the road very dreary? f, Patience yet! Rast -will be sweeter If thou art a-weary, ,1 And alter night oomes the morning cheery, ne bide a wee, and dinna fret. The clouds have silver lining,' Don't forget And though he's hidden, still the sun is shin ins Courage! Instead of tears and vain repining, Just bide a wee, and dinna fret. With toll and cares unending Art beset? Bethink thee, how the storms from Heaven de scending Snap the stiff ouk, but spare the willow bend ing. And bide a wee, and dinna fret. Qriet sharper Bting doth borrow From regret But yesterday is gone, and shall its sorrow Unfit UB for the present and the morrow? Nay bide a wee, and dinna fret. An over-anxious brooding Doth beget A host of fears and fantasies deluding Then, brother, lest these torments be intrud ing, just bide a wee, and dinna fret C...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 16 February 1889

1^ PROPOSALS FOB Scotch-Fife SEED WHEAT. Es W. 4- $". WHITE EARTH AGENCY Feb'y 2d, 1889. Sealed Proposals, endorsed "Propo sals for field seeds," and addressed to the undersigned at White Earth Beck er county. Minn will be received at this agency until 7 O'clock of March 1st, 1889 for furnishing and delivering at the White Earth Agency, Minnesota 8900 Bushels of Scotch-Fife Seed Wheat, to be well cleaned and free from cock le or mustaid seed. CERTIFIED CHECKS: Earn bid must be accompanied by a certified check on some TJ. S. Deposit ory for at least 5 per cent, of the amount of the proposal, which check or draft will be forfeited to the U. S. in case any bidder or bidders receiv ing an award shall fail to promptly execute a contract with good and suffi cient sureties otheiwise to be re turned to the bidder. For fxuther in formation apply to the undersigned. T. SHEEHAN, 11. U. S. Indian Agent. tray Notice.Came into ray premises on or about the 1st of Dec 2888, a RED STEER about 2 year...

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