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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 23 February 1889

S& *p "*f '3 iVMmM' i' tdkk J-l Quay-yuck-o-chee-gaid. The Progress. Jf THEO. H. BEAULIEU. i JCDITOR AKB MAK1QBE. AN INDEPENDENDENT NEW8PAPER, Published In the Interest of the White Earth Reservation and the Northwest generally. An Exponent of a Higher Civilization a Fearless and Zealcus Advocate whenever Right and Justice may need a Friend, and to Fraud and Oppression a 8leepless Foe. Correspondence bearing on the In 'diss questionprattiem, or oh generafc interest, is solicited^^^'"^" Tsrmff ftS.OO A Tear, I Advance. THE PROGRESS JOB WORK AKD. Printing Establishment. All kinds of Job Printing, such as Bill Heads, Letter Heads, 3 Blanks, Cards, Tags etc., solicited Work Warranted and Satisfaction Guaranteed. A iT raCHEEEl.'gl won is FJMM M. to J53. This XiagantParlorOrgan style 10 containingffoo- tevsa. seta of teed*. 10 stops, a kase swells, stool sad Book tree. Tar only Stt.00. With rightand left ampler. "Warranted for 6 wars.1* Itis onlynesesssrytosend nfsreness a* to your re...

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 February 1889

^^3fr' *vw*^ \nlMWr rf^ '& t4 |SgV Jf T. BEU.UL1EU, Editor. WHITS SABXEL 5 pSt^-jsi^j MENU Epitome of the Week. INTERESTING NEWS COMPILATION. CONGRESSIONAL. wTt Second Session. IN the Senate on'the llth. a bill was passed appropriating 8850,000 to enable the President to protect the interests of the United States and to provide for theseonrity of the persons and property of citizens of the United States at the Isthmus of Panama... .in the House the Smalls-Elliott contested election case from South Carolina was discussed, but no action was taken. THH Naval Appropriation bill was passed in the Senate on the 12th. A resolution was pre sented from the Kansas Legislature requesting Congress to adopt such measures as will secure to every citizen of the Southern States perfect protection in the exercise of all political rights In the House a bill was introduced to in elude Canada in the act authorizing the Presi dent to arrange a conference of Amerioan na tions. The General Deficiency ...

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 February 1889

:i i* SUNSHINE THE WAY Oh, why De aown-lieartea and tearful? 'Tis wiser by far to be cheerful. I Come, stir up to flame joy's dim ember! Vain sorrowing never will pay. While you walk in the shadow, remember. There is sunshine just over the way. i Why let little worries annoy us? *Tis easier, far, to be joyous There is happiness ever before us. For awhile, though our skies may be gray, Tl*e clouds will soon pass that loom o'e us /t Showing sunshine just over the way. It seems like a sin against duty +& To be sad in a world full of beauty. -_- Ah, life, it is well worth the living! i* Enjoy every heart-beat we may. Why our years to dark shadows be given .When there's sunshine just over the way? George Birdseye, In Golden Days. MY MOTHER'S HYMN. A Carefully-Treasured Little Scrap of Paper. What an unconscionably long time Beems to have elapsed since the old days on the far-away homestead in the Berkshire Hills! How the years have dragged themselves along, so that, al though I have ...

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 February 1889

PROPOSALS FOB Scotch-Fife SE ED WHEAT. 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 O'Glock 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 mustard seed. CERTIFIED CHECKS! Each bid must be accompanied by a certified check on 9ome S. Deposit ory for at least 5 per cent, of the amount of the proposal, which check or draft will be forfeited to the S. in case any bidder or bidders receiv ing an award shall fail to promptly execute a contract with good and suffi cient sureties otherwise to be re tusned to the bidder. Eor further in formation apply to the undersigned. T., J. SHEEHAN, 11. S. Indian Agent. Eaon tray Notice.Came into my premises or about the 1st of Dec 1888, a RED STEER about 2 years old. The owner wil...

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 March 1889

4." -it* *fefe Z$ Progress. THEO. H. BEAUJLIEU. EDITOR AXD.MANASBB. AN INDEPENDENDENT NEWSPAPER, Published In the interest of the White Earth Reservation and the Northwest generally. An Exponent of a Higher Civilization a Fearless and Zealcus Advocate whenever Right and Justice may need a Friend, and to Fraud and Oppression a Sleepless Foe. Correspondence bearing on the I -Indian uestion^prblejiftuKrrt^nAgiierai.(-b:xplher interest, is solicited. T(srm, *2.00 A Year, I Advance. THE PROGRESS JOB WORK AND Printing Establishment. All kinds of Job Printing, suck &s Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Blanks, Cards, Tags etc., solicited Work Warranted and Satisfaction Guaranteed. A 'E3Q-iE&SJbly.E iT I S m! *KUJft $8 to $53. This Elegant Parlor Organ style 70 containing 5 oc- V&Y.S. 4 sets of reeds, 10 stops. 2 knee swells. Stool m& Book free. For only $?3.oo. WUhrtRht and left eoupler. "Warranted for 6 war*.* is is only necessary tosond rofrenc? as to your re Bpousiblllty from any...

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 March 1889

S fr?''-' Cv- Jf^Z Ark I/fa* &*&***- H. BEAUL1BU, Editor. &* VfllTfi EARTH. ,*i* 5 sfe*' 4 mm* Epitome of the Week. INTERESTING NEWS COMPILATION. CONGRESSIONAL. Second Session. THB Senato was not in session oil the 3d.... In tne House the Naval Appropriation bill **t WB9 passed and the Naturalization bill was _ discussed. THE bill to declare unlawful trusts and com binations in restraint of trade and production was considered in the Senate on the 4th. The Legislative, Executive and Judioial Appropria tion bill was reported, and a bill was introduced to establish a National Board of Health.... In the House the Senate amendments to the Diplomatic and Consular Appropriation bill were non-concurred in and a conference or dered. A bill was passed for the allotment of lands in severalty to the Oneida Indians in Wisconsin. At the evening session the bill to divide the Sioux reservation was discussed at length. This involves the relinquishment of over a million acres. THB House ...

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 March 1889

#f t If he rogress. T. H. BEAUUEU, Editor. WHITBRARTH. MINN. "ANOTH ER BABY." When tbe wild winter winds did blow, The bitter nds of January, rhat swept with aparkiing swirls of snow The wastes ef western prairie A little child came to my arms To bring me joyor sorrow may h And so, beset by vague alarms I sighed: Another baby!" Another little waif to tend, i Another little helpless stranger, t, To lead, to feed, to fold, to fend, From every wrong and danger,' i To make one anxious, make one sad. And fearful for each morrow may be With heart hair-sorrowful, half-glad, I moaned: *Another baby 1" And then I thought how near, how dear. The little children God had sent us, How full they made our home of cheer, And how their presence did content us Hard if but one were laid away This year or next, as might or may be, Oar hearts would ache, would burn, would break, And nowAnother baby I Ah, so I thought! and so I said, ineoataoy of peace and pleasure, As bendinc down I kissed the head Of m...

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 March 1889

4 Scotch-Fife SEED WHEAT. J, WHITB EARTH AGENCY EKtrmyJ 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 1 O'CIoch 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. CEBTIFIBD CHECKS: Each bid must be accompanied by a certified check on some V- 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 otherwise to be re tusned to the bidder. For further in formation apply to the undersigned. T. J. SHEEHAN, 11. U. S. Indian Agent. Notice.Came into my premises on or about the 1st of Dec 1888, a RED STEER about 2 years old. The owner wil...

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 March 1889

Qufty-yaek-o-cfcee-gsid. VOL. II. The Progress. THEO. H. BEAULIEU. KDITOft A*J KAKAOBX. AN INDEPKNOKNDENT NEWSPAPER, Fwfellshed In the Interest of the Whit* Earth Reservation until the Northwest generally. An Exponent of a Higher OWIIIzatlon a Fearless and Zeajcus Advocate whenever Right andWIustiee may need a Friend, and to Fraud and Oppression a Sleepless Foe. Corrsspondeno* bearing on the In diss tuestiaji.pr+Msm, or on fsacral iatereet, eolicited. fm, SS.00 A Yeatr. I AelYamee. THE PROGRESS JOB WORK A3TD Printing Establishment. All kinds of Job Printing, meh at Bill Headi, Utter Hstds," Blanks, Cards, Tags stc., solicited Work Warranted and .Satisfaction Guaranteed. SmTWTIOKS! JteOM 13&. to *58. This XlegantParlorOrgan style containing S oo- tftVM, sets Of MSdl, 10 stops, 9 knee swells. Mool sad Book free, For only SU.OO. With right and left eeepler. Wtmurtee fOf 9 2S3 .uuoaiTaeMssSxtoBenar references as to your re sponstbultyfromany beak er, postmaster, mereoant or expresss...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 9 March 1889

sfe&^k W &' & tji. fir k^V,*' !Pj *&!- 1 i%^' fo to%ten8. .W\ii-'*. H. BEAULIEU, Editor, WHITE EARTH. .v* .^CONGRESSIONAL. Mora Epitome of the Week. 7*\" ij-^'r:.w*i~'XT': INTERESTING NEWS COMPILATION. Second Session. SPEECHES were made in tbe Senate on the 18th by Senator Palmer (Mtolv) and others over the unvaillng of the statue or Lewis Casa, the pioneer Governor ot. Michigan, in the old Hall ot Representatives. The Texas outrages resolution was further considered. The House bill to provide for taking the eleventh and subsequent censuses was passed.....In the House filibustering over the Sullivan and Fel ton contested election case from California occupied the time. ON the 19th a resolution, was introduced in i the Senate to ascertain whether in any State the election of members of the Fifty-first Congress was impaired by violence, intimidation, fraud or other crime. The Sundry C.vll Appropria tion bill was considered and several additions were made....in the Hous...

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 March 1889

1 3&5' VATE AN iACE WORK, fjOf our?!" i loved him. (One, two, three,'" And sup the fourth.) Dear fellow, yes, fie f*My worshiped me. (Now look Tills time you take two stitches less.) 'Quite tall, well built his eyes were gray (You pull that thread the other way, Two loops.) A dimple in his chin, The sweetest hair. (My dear, observe.) He was a poet. (This begins The second row, and makes the curve.) I'm sure you'd like to read the rhymes He wrote me. ('Round the edge,three times.) *Poor boy His fate was very sad He died quite young. (Another one, vJJut not so tight) It broke mv heart (There, that is very nicely done.) -He was my flr love, andmy last. (Be careful, dear don't go too fast.) My husband? Oh, the kindest soul! I met him (now, the pattern shows!) In Europe. We were married there Andob, well, yes!as marriage goes, I'm happy. (Keep the thread quite straight, Or it will tancle.) Such is fate! Madeline S. Bridges, Puck. RIDING FOE DEAR LIFE. A Adventure in the Early Days of...

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 March 1889

Bey I': *r -II -1-,- T' 4i'\\* 15. A iS'Jii^' sfe_s____ai Detroit: City Directory. IklM, OOJAOJ5JBR, PHOPItJBTOH, WMfetagtcm Aye,, Cetjialt, Miqn, Prugs and Pa^en^ tyedicineis kept Constantly on hand. Also a, fine Line of Toilet Article^. Phytlclan| prescription ttQrojgoyndadt All if ail Qrders will rebel\ pur Prompt Attention, mVX MEAT MARKWT% w. c. HQBERTS, PROPRIETOR Detroit City, Minn. "Fresh, Salt. Dried and Smoked Meats, Game arid Poultry, Butter and Eggs constantly on hand. Cash paid for Hides, Hogs and Country Produoe, All Mail or Stage Orders will re ceive Prompt Attention WHITE EARTH AND, DETROIT Stage and Freight Line, Carries U. S. Mail, Passengers booked for all points along the Jane and at reasonable rates. BURT FRENZIL, Prop, HINDQUARTERS. EU Oliver? Pro_Titi Everything infirst-classkeeping with the times. The tables are always provided with Pish, Game and Vegetables in their season. Good stabling, ample accommodation for both, man and beast. BOARD BY THE DAT OR* WEKK...

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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 March 1889

ijer* VOL?H? TheyProgresm THEO, H. BEAUUEU. vn'wumifjjm UJUu,-,fui,wafa. AN INQIPCHPCNDBNT N5W8PAPER, Published |n th* nt#rt of the Whit* Erth Reservation and th Northwest generally. An Exponent of a Higher Civilization a Pearles* and. Zttfttcu* Advocate whenever Right and Jut|$e may need a Friend, and to Fraud and Oppression a Sleepiest Foe. Correspondence bearing on the In dian qoattc^,^iKrlJem,^OT:.oii,g*iiaraJ imterest, issolicitedf!a 'l^ffl^ifT* Terms, IS.00 A Tear, I A4r*n. THE PROGRESS JOB WORK A.HD. Printing Establishment. All kinds of Jot Printing, such is Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Blanks, Cards, Tags etc., solicited Werk Warranted and ^Satisfaction Guaranteed. A sT MTC1C3^EIJEV& mnmmin JfKOJft 6. to jo3. This XlsgantParlorOrgaa style O '.containing 6 oc- UTS, 4 sets of reeds, 10 stops, a knee swells. Stool ana jBoek free. Jpr only SM.oo. With right and left oonpler. Warrantedfor6 years." it is onlyneeessarjtosend: .references as to your re- sponaiblUty from any bank .e...

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 March 1889

w. If* 1 8*5 H#& asp he JgmgmsJ B. BEAUL1BT7, Bailor* "VHTTB EARTH. MHO* Epitome of the Week. INTERESTING NEWS COMPILATION. CONGRESSIONAL. Second Session. On the 26th a bill for the relief of William R. Wbeatou and Cbartes H. Chamberlain, of California, vetoed by the President, was passed over the veto In the Senate. The Army Appropriation bill was passed also a bill granting the widow of General Kilpatriek a pension of $75 a month. An amendment was added to the Deficiency bill enabling the Pres ident to offer a reward for the detection and conviction of the persons who unlawfully car ried away and destroyed the poll-books and "ballot-box of Plummerville, Ark., on the day of the last election in that State....In the House the Senate amendments to the bill for the opening and settlement of a portion of the S:oux reservation ia Dakota were concurred in. A bill was introduced providing for the admission of the Territories of Arizona, Idaho and Wyoming as States also a bill providin...

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 March 1889

COQUETTE. *r 1 love her so! She does not know The ardor of my passion Though she's divine. Soon love as mine Is sadly out of fashion* She is so sweet I But though discreet, She's playful as a kitten, And I oan see She'd laugh at me If she knew how I'm smitten She'd laugh at me I pla nly see, For love is out of fashion With such as she, She's fancy free, And only plays with passion. YoS^ after all. On earth's round ball There's no one ranks above her, I want her so! By JoveI rilgo And tell her how I love herI Louisville Courier-Journai. A BRAVE RUN FOR LIEE. How John Colter Escaped a Ter rible Death. 3X Travels Naked for Seven Days Pur sued by a Bloody and Relent less Foe and atliast Reaches a Place of Safety. What is known as Lewis and Clarke's expedition to explore the Missouri river took place in the year 1805. It was manned by Captain Merriwether Clarke, three sergeants and seven sol diers of the United States army, ac companied by twenty-six other per sons, among whom were a num...

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

IF" If Ms' a" 14 Detroit City Dipcotory, fietratt Qity JPfafrroaey, Allf, OpMBACKBj^, BKOBKIBTO^, Winston Ave,, Detroit, Winn, Drugs' and Pa^en^ Medicines kept Constantly on hand. Also a Line of Toilet Articles, fin* Physician's Prescription QompoMncUft, AH fa Orders will peoeive our Prompt Attention, GffT MEAT MARKET, W.0 KOBEKTS, -PROPJIIJETOE Petroit City, Minn., Fresh, Salt, Dried and Smoked Meats, Game and Poultry, 3utt*r and Xggs constantly on hand. i Ca*h pai4 for Icicles, Hogs and Country Produce. All Mail or Stage Orden will re ceive Prompt Attention WHITE EARTH ANB DETROIT Stage and Freight Line, Carries IL S* Maih Passengers booked for ail points along the Line and at reasonable rates. BURT FRENZIL, Prop. HINDQUAR TERS, TEH* Oliver, P*Qprieter IJwrything is first-class Keeping with the times. Tfce tables are always provided: with Fish, Game and Vegetables in their season. Good stabling, ample accommodation for both* man and beast. BOA S BY TAB BAY 0 WEflff, R. FAIRBANKS, ...

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 March 1889

Hfe"* y~r ^^k*v5i-,lj^* Q*y-yuek.!o-chee-s idi VOL, II, 3 Prtnting =S5J 1BIT6* A.*^ MAWAOM. .L- sK*" AN INDKPErfDCNqiNT NEWBA,RR, Published In tha lntr.a.t of \h WMta Earth Reservation *n* t*\* tyartjwaat aa,arally* An Cxpon*nt of a, H,'.h.T Olvjll*aHn FoarlftM nV Zaa^a AdvocaU *hanvar BJsbt nd JusUca rtw W ^t"*' #Q Fraud and Oppraasloi) a.ftUaafefs.Foa. Correspondence bearing op. the In* dlan questte*~pxalem or on general ifceiest, soJU4e4 Tevm*,ejK,QQ A Yatas, I *4vm*e*. TH E PROGRES S JOB WORK ~*AXB. Establishment. All kinds of Job Printing, *ch as Bill: Heads, Lette* Read*, Bl**ai Car^s, Tag* ete., solicited Mb** Warranted and [Satisfaction Guaranteed. IT it* Tin*XtegMltPStfewOrgMt. ty I* T* coutktttlng- o* Urea, 4 Mta Q( y^ada. to stops, S knaaawaK*. Stool and Book fraa for onto SS3.0O. Withri.tUan.jiaX oaplar. "Wananla* tat ft it la Mii nMfaqrtISaB3 itfaraaeaa mm to. your *a possibility romaa taak* r, fwaiMtM, merchant r *ant.aa&taaOrgan will bavhlppadpramBUrsn natUaraiaaw...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 23 March 1889

ire" iV Jfc SB*'' &*- ft3' ^j.' 'afr?-"4C d$r3K*^P h$ progress. T. H. BEAUUEU, Editor. 'WHITE EARTH. MINK THE President and three members of his Cabinet are natives of Ohio, viz., Secretaries Windom, Noble and Rusk THE first ordinance of secession, the one passed by the South Carolina State Convention, is now in possession of a Union veteran at Belvidere, N. J., and contains the autograph of every mem ber of the convention. DURI NG his term as President, Mr. Cleveland vetoed directly 278 bills157 more than were vetoed by all his pre decessors combined, from Washington down. During the session just closed 99 House bills and 49 Senate bills failed of executive approval. PEOP LE who are fond of coincidences will find it interesting to note that William Henry Harrison Miller, born in the year the, first Harrison was elected President and named for him, becomes, forty-eight years later, the Attorney-General of the second Presi dent Harrison. THERE is no country in the world where the...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 13 April 1889

/4v J\ I I ~j iC&t' ^zm 9riMr ChemleiU, Pa.snt Me4icins. r MAIL 0*D* will roelveJPrompt AttdBfttOB. it. Quay-TUck-o-chee-gaid. VOL.II. J^- Progress. THEO. BEAULIBU. BPITOJt AKD M1XAOII. AN INOCPCNDENOENT NEWSPAPER, Published Irv the tntarest of the Whlti 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 8iopless Foe. Terms, St.OO A Tear* In Advance. THE PROGRESS JOB tfiit. Correspondence besA-ing on the In dian questionproblem, or on general interest, is solicited. WORK LUD| Printing Establishment. All kinds of Job Printing, such as Bill Heads, Litter Heads, Blanks, Cards, Tags etc., solicited Work Warranted andflSatisfaction Guaranteed. WWBL Xkok 86. to $58. ih*ZStU{ IIPR1GD.! This KlegantParlorOrgan style TO containingfioo- ftfcTM. 4 Utl Of Mftdt, (ail.) kBMiwella. Stool aad Boek free. For only $M0. With right and left eempler. Warrante...

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 April 1889

UK'""*-* lft S*i Hf! 5 A* fc I: he w$re88. T. BEAUL1EU, Editor. WHITE EARTH. MINK Epitome of the Week. INTERESTING NEWS COMPILATION. CONGRESSIONAL. tT. '8. SENATE IN SPECIAL SESSION. HE Prestdeat sent the following nomina tions to the Senate on the 1st: James N. Hus ton, of Indiana, to be Treasurer of the United States Ellis H. Roberts, of New York, )o be Assistant Treasurer at New York William F. Wharton, of Massachusetts, to be Assistant Seoretary of State: George 3H. Shields, of Missouri, to be Assistant Attorney-General L. Bradford Prince, f Santa Fe, to be Governor iOf New Mexico. HE President on the 2d sent to the Senate the name of Robert J. Fisher, of Chicago, to be Assistant Commissioner of Patents. A large number of nominations previously made were confirmed. After the presentation of two me morials, one in favor of special privileges in regard to public office for honorably discharged Union soldiers, and the other against traffic in intoxicating liquors, resolutions were ...

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