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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 13 April 1889

& 2fc 4. The FlamesSweep Across the Broad, Ktoh Plains Dakota, "Wiping Out Every Thing I Their PathFurther Details "the Losses the Prairie FiresFour ll^''", Persons Burned Death. HIGHMOBE, T., April 5.A destructive 'r& and calamitous prairie fire started che evening, the 1st five miles from High- more, the farm James Ingram. "While was smoking his pipe his barn caught fire and was destroyed. A fierce wind car- ried the fire the prairie, and the work of destruction began. Houses, barns and some stock were burned. Tues- day morning the wind reached a ter- -i rifle gale. N ordinary fire-break made any resistance the sweeping flame. A 3 the fire reached Eee Heights, fifteen miles east Highmore, were thirteen residences i the town were destroyed. The losses estimated i Hyde County are $3,000. JLt sundown Tuesday another fire started i the northern part this county, sweeping away six homes, burning death Miss Annie Sweeney and a 5-year-old baby. Eugene Tibbs, Mr. and Mra Tibbs and...

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 April 1889

ST*"^ M-Y Detroit City Directory. 'f. Detroit City Pharmacy, lit-rtU .X- ."EX. COXBACKKK, PKOPRIKTOB, Wywhingtop Ave,, Detroit, Minn. Drugs' and Patent? Medicines kept Constantly on hand. Also a fine Line of Toilet Articles. Physician's Prescription Compounded. AH M-ul Orders will receive our Prompt Attention, CITY MEAT MARKET, "W. y#'- C. ROBERTS, PROPRIETOR Detroit City, Minn. i Fresh, Salt, Dried and Smoked Meats, Game and Poultry, Buttsr and Eggs constantly on hand. Cash paid for Hides, Hogs and Country Produce. 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 Line and afc reasonable rates. BURT FRENZIL, Prop. HlftBQUAR TER S Edi Oliver, Proprietor, 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. R....

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 April 1889

S*HI*IN j*' if &* 4 lh S Prtnting ^^'0Y^^^^C^ wnwiT.'^v^v,-/.-^, MINN. *&* Chemicals, aal pPatent 1 MAII.-OBBEWS wfU receive. Prompt Attention. tf. 39. Qtiay-yuck-o-che-gaid. VOI^IlO 7)& Progress. THEO, H. BEAUL.IEU. EDITOR AKD MANAGER. AN INOEPENDENDENT NEWSPAPER, Published In the Intareat of the Whit* Earth Reservation and the Northwest generally. An Exponent of a Higher Olvlllzatlon a Fearless and Zealcus Advocate whenever Right and Justice may need a Friend, and to Fraud and Oppression a Sleepless Foe,,. JOB Establishment. All kinds of Job Printing, such as Bill Heads, Latter Heads, ^laa-ks, Cards, Tags etc., solicited Work Warranted and Satisfaction Guaranteed. BU mm IS PRICES! raoa: $s. to $53. This Elegant Pulor Organ *yle TO containing 5 oo terts, sets of weds, 10 steuJS knee swells. Stool sad Boek free. I'or only ltt.00. With right and left eenplar. "Warrantedfor6 yett.* Ikis only necessaryto sand references as to your re sponsibility from any bank er, postmaste...

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 April 1889

*r St,.,*' 5 I -,J Sr^- W^ SrogrMs. X. H. BEAUL1EU, Editor.v WHITE EARTH. -.Kn5ft,i, intra* Epitome of the Week. INTERESTING NEWS COMPILATION.* DOMESTIC. THS State oS Wisconsin was on the 8th by -direction of President Harrison transferred .from the Military Department of the East to the Department of Dakota. AT Port Jefferson, L. L, on the 9th Lewis Oonklin (colored), aged forty-five years, was murdered by his wife during a quarrel. JPEBK destroyed Arkwright's cotton fac *oryat Savannah, Ga., on the 9th. Loss, $100,000. FiRE-Buas at Columbus, Ind., on the 9th -destroyed seven barns and stables with .their contents. MEMOKIAIJ exercises in honor of the late General P. H. Sheridan were held by the .Kew York Legislature on the 9th at Albany. AFTER a shut down of a week's duration, .the Monongahela river coal works near Pittsburgh, Pa., resumed work on the 9th, ^giving employment to nix thousand men. R. P. SCHOB, book-keeper of the First Na tional Bank of Evansville, Ind., committed -su...

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 April 1889

.V =tiri I111- '$&- &F& ?s MINNESOTA LEGISLATURE, The Senate, the 6th passed a dozen or so house bill9, all of them however were purely local in their bearing, and the Sen ate bill recognizing the third regiment as a member of the national guard. The game law occupied a good deal of attention without conclusion. The subject comes p again on Monday. In committee of the whole, Pope's bill repealing the law pro viding for the taxation of railroads on their gross earnings was favorably acted upon. The house bill fixing a bounty of 15 for each wolf killed was recommended for passage. This comprised the work for the day. The only subject of interest in the house was the dressed meat bilL Just before recess the judiciary committee submitted their reports. The majority report signed by Crossfield, Lane, Fleming, Young, Bmitn, C. H. Davis, Hay and Keyes rec ommended an indefinite postponement. They took the ground that the measure was unconstitutional. The minority re port signed...

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 April 1889

St,, 1% is LA ft" Us1 $ i !fci -St. 7-' ptf-"' Detroit City Directory. Detroit City Pharmacy, JLflf. GOKB1CUB, PROPRIETOR, Washington Ave., Detroit, Minn. Drugs' and Patent] Medicines kept Constantly on hand. Also a fine Line of Toilet Articles. Physician's Proscription Compounded. All Mail Orders will receive our Prompt Attention, CITY MEAT MARKET, "W. C. ROBERTS, PROPRIETOR Detroit City, Minn. Fresh, Salt, Dried and Smoked Meats. Game and Poultry, Buttr and -Eggs constantly on hand. Cash paid for Hides, Hogs and Country Produce. All Mail or Stage Orders will re ceive Prompt Attention. WHITE EARTH AND DETROIT Stage and Feight Line, Carries S, Mail. Passengers booked for all points along the Line and at reasonable rates. BURT FRENZIL, Prop. HINDQUARTER S TEA. Oliver, Proprietor, Everything in first-class keeping with the times. The tables are always provided with Fish, Game and Vegetables in their season. Good stabling, ample accommodation for both,-man and beast. BOARD BY THE DA Of...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 27 April 1889

&.- x-- A 'K 1 if Mr "T iff' Ik. & VOL. II. The Progress. THEO. H. EAULIEU. KEITOB AHC UAKIOXS. AN INDEPCNDENDENT NEWSPAPER, Publish ed In the 4ntraat of the Whit* Earth Reservation end the Northwe st generally. An Exponent of a Higher Olvlllzatien a Fearless and Zealcus Advocate whenever Right and Justice may need a Friend, and ,V'i*-V* r* -'J." to Fraud and Oppression a Sleepless Foe./ ft.***- i. .J II i -1 ,y. wV 7 un-,.r. 'j, U! t,ift- JOB ,u. JE*.46&? *$# -~^*0rrspoMd&net bearing-on thr Xn dian questioapreTslem, general interest, i solicited. TsrMit IS.OO A Year, a AeWanc*. THE PROGRESS WORK AXD| Printing Establishment. All kinds Job Printing, such Bill Meads, Latter Heads, Bia*ks, Cards, Tags etc., solicited Work Warranted and Satisfaction Guaranteed. waJ&J&^O-:H0.' PffilHRfi. to jprs ten i E Thie Kleg&ntl'erlor Organ asyle 0 coiitaiaiug 5 oo Wvag, sts of *oc, to iM,3 kiiM wells, tonl vta Boftk free. B"or only 5*3.00. With rljht eud left ewttplor. W...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 27 April 1889

W --v ll\ 5^ L. 4 f^P &&- 8v JP JsfaW& l I*& WH1TJE EARTH. $ &P?:- Bye." T. H. BBAUUEU, Editor. f||S$ (Epitome of the Week. INTERESTING NEWS COMPILATION. CONGRESSIONAL. \J U. S. SENATE IN SPECIAL SESSION. PRESIDENT HARRISON sent the following nominations .to the Senate on the 11th: Thom as W. Palmer, of Michigan, to he Minister to Spain John F. Swift, of California, to Japan ."'"John D. Washburn, of Massachusetts, to Switzerland George Tiohenor, of Illinois, to -be Assistant Secretary of the Treasury. The nominations were referred to the appropriate mittees. ON the 13th President Harrison sent the following nominations to the Senate: Arthur C Millette, to be Governor of Dakota George S. Batcheller, of New York, to be Assistant Secretary of the Treasury Albert G. Porter, -of Indiana, to be Minister to Italy John A. Enander, of Illinois, to he Minister to Den mark. Tbe nominations made on the previous day were confirmed. NOMINATIONS were received by the Senate from...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 27 April 1889

I.Ml W we1 A il ft-- t! iSSt's &*" ^j: '.s-'^A SSTECL TRUST. *ttrree Great Companies in the West, Own* lu Seven Rolllngr-MiUs, and Possessed ii of a Capital sof fcwill $20,000,000, to Com bine. ^V' S*t 'uZ-ff-.y} CHICAGO, March 15. The Herald'says &at iif negotiations now pending: do not fail the ^three great steel companies of Chicago 3the North Chicago,' the Union and the Joliet be merged into a single' combina tion, which have a working capital of 1 at least 920,000,000. The boards of directors of the three companies have held frequent meetings during the pa8t month to discuss matters conne .ted with the deal, and their discussions have been of such a charactei that it only remains for the stockh riders tc put the seal of their approval on them to effect one of the greatest metal combina tions in the country, and the greatest in the West' If the plans of the managers of the scheme do not fail and the combination is effected they -will control seven of the most exten sive ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 27 April 1889

fk: r. 3W% W fv S" Detroit City Pharmacy, JK.|K. OOXBACUB, PmOPKIKTOX, Washington xra., Detroit, Minn. Drugs) and Patentj Medicines kept Constantly on hand. Also a fine Line of Toilet Articles. Physician's Prescription Compounded. is"*. All MairOrdors will receive ur Prompt A ttentien, CITY MEAT MARKET, W. C. ROBERTS, PROPRIETOR Detroit City, Minn. Fresh, Salt, Dried and Smoked Meats, Game and Poultry, Butter and Eggs constantly on hand. Ciwn paid for Hides, Hogs and Country Produce. All Mail or Stage Orders will re ceive Prompt Attention. Sewing Machine Agency.We have been appointed sole agent of the Light-Runing Ne Home Sew ing Machine for White Earth and vicinity. We are now pre pared-to furnish you a first-class Machine, warranted perfect in all its parts and as cheap as cash can buy. (Jomeand see us. THE LADIES' FAVORITE. NEVER OUT OF ORDER. If you desireto purchaseassuring machine ask our agent at your plaoe fortonusand nrleea. If you eannetilnd our acest, write direottonearer...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 4 May 1889

V. fih The? Progress: THEO. H. BEAULIEU. BDITOK. AUD MANAGER. AN INDEPENDENDENT NEWSPAPER, Published In the Interest of the White Earth Reservation and ths Northwest generally. An Exponent of a Higher Oivlllzatlen a Fearless and Zealous Advocate whenever Right and Justice may need a Friend, and to Fraud and Oppression a 8leepless Foe. CartwjJoadence bearing on th In- diaA questiowproblem, or on general interest, ia solicited. Terms, S2.00 A Tear, In Advance. THE PROGRESS JOB WORK AXD| Printing Establishment. All kinds of Job Printing, such as Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Cards, Tags etc., solicited Work Warranted and Satisfaction Guaranteed. W18511 I S .MB1 I'kOM $_a_to$5S:. This Elegant ParlorOrgan style 70 containing 0 oo- tWK, st_ of rwedn, 10 Slops, 3 kuoa B-wolln. btool and Book free. For ouly $53.00. With riffht and left cuwpler. Warranted for 6 yctgrs." liiouiy nooenfiarrtoBcnrt refereucs as jour r spon-ilulny _roin any bank er, postmaster, increlmnt or egpraesagont apdtlieOrxan...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 4 May 1889

I apt *Vs ft f^f'l 1 & T. H. BEAUL1EU, Kdltor. flC WHITE EARTH. rir* MINK Epitome of the Week. INTERESTING NEWS COMPILATION. DOMESTIC. ^&%*&^ Ow the 15th Assistant United States Treas urer Roberts assumed charge of the sub* treasury in New York, and the sixteen ex pert counters from Washington began counting the $37,000,000 in the vaults. It would take them three weeks to do the work. Maa HANNAH BATTEBSBY, said to be the largest woman in the world, died on the 15th at her home in Erankford, Pa, aged forty-seven yearB. A few years ago she married John Battersby, a "living skele- ton," and when married weighed 688 bounds. At the time of her death she (weighed 800 pounds. i MEMOBIAI services were held on the loth ,at Springfield, 111., commemorating the twenty-fourth anniversary of Abraham Lincoln's death. Flags were at half-mast on many buildings and bells were tolled. The floral offerings were profuse, and in cluded a handsome pillow from Mrs. Har rison, wife of the Presi...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 4 May 1889

PV. i'i T.H.BEAUL1EU, Editor. VHTTE BARTH. DOWN O TH E CAPITAL. I be'n down to the Capital at Washington, D. C., Where Congress meets and passes on the pen sions ort to be Allowed to old one-legged ohaps, HKe me, *at sence the war Don't wear their pants in pairs at alland yit how proud we arel Old Flukens, from our deestriok, jes turned in and tuck and made Me stay with him while I was there and long er'at I staid The more I kep' a-wantin' jes to kind o' git away, And yit a-feelin* sociabler with Flukens ever* day. You see, I'd got the idyand I guess most folks agrees *At men as rich as him, you know, kin do jes* what they please: A man worth stacks o' money, and a Congress man and all, And livin' in a builuin' bigger 'an Masonic HalL Now mind, I'm not a-faultin' Flukehe made his money square. We both was Forty-niners, and both busted gittin'there I weakened and onwindlessed, and he Stuck and staid and made His millions: don't know what Tm worth en tel my pension's paid. But I was g...

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

I! Sy* i Detroit City Pharmacy, A IK. OOXBACUI, PKOPBIBTOS, Washington Detroit, Minn. Drugs? and PatentJ Medicines kept Constantly on hand. Also a fine Line of Toilet Articles. Physician'* Prescription Oompoundsd. All Mail Orders will receive our Prompt Attention, CITY MEAT MARKET, VT. C. ROBERTS, PROPRIETOR 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 re ceive Prompt Attention. Sewing Machine Agency.We have been appointed aole agent of the Light-Runing New Home Sew ing Machine for White Earth and vicinity. We are now pre pared to furnish you a first-class Machine, warranted perfect in all its parts and as cheap as cash can buy. Lomeand see us. THE LADIES' FAVORITE. KEVER OUT O ORDER. tab, If you desireto purchase a sewing machine, ask our agent at your place for terms and prices. If you cannot find our agent, write directtonearestaddresstoyou...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 11 May 1889

8S A f? DJOTROIT, ^MINtf. Brs, Chemicals, and patent 1 'atesUcimea. MA.IL OSDBBS will receive}Prompt $ V^^W Attention. ^lu'Wtf/ Quay-yuck-o-chee-gaid VOL.II. Ttpe Progress. TJHEO. H. BEAULIEU. EDITOR AMD XANAQER. AN INDEPENDENDENT NEW8PAPER, Published In th* Interact ef the Whit* Earth Reservation and the Northwest generally. An Exponent of a Higher Olvlllzatien, 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 In sula* ques&MB-^proMem* or on general interest, in solicited. Terms, 9,3.00 A Tear, I Advance. THE PROGRESS JOB WORK AND{ Printing Establishment. All kinds of Job Printing, such as Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Blanks, Cards, Tags etc., solicited Work Warranted and Satisfaction Guaranteed. ATiT KI mi'E5Q-:BEEVg is im! FROM $6. to $58. This Elegant ParlorOrgan stvle TO cout&inh S oc tave Rbts of rteds, 10 siOtts, 2 lraua swell*. Wool and Bowit free. For only $W (Vi Wit...

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 May 1889

aJfe-y JN" ftf IK 1 It 'I is gfap graartss. T.H.BEA.UUEU,lBdiUtt. WHITE EARTH. I MINK s" ('v& Epitome of the Week INTERESTING NEWS COMPILATION. CONGRESSIONAL. V. 8. SENATE IN 8PECfA.Ii SESSION. AMONG the nominations sent to the Senate on the 26th the following were the most im portant: Francis E. Warren, of Wyoming,"to be Governor of Wyoming Territory Benjamin F. White, of Dillon, M. T., to be Governor of Montana. A large number of previous appoint ments were confirmed. THE President sent tbe following nomina tions to the Senate on the 27th: Robert T. Lin coln, of Illinois, to be Minister to England Murat Halstead, of Ohio, Minister to Germa ny Allen Thorndyke Rice, of New York, Min ister to Russia Patrick Egan, of Nebraska, Minister to Chili Thomas Ryan, of Kansas, Minister to Mexico John Hioks, of Wisconsin, Minister to Peru and George B. Loring. of Massachusetts, Minister to Portugal. Many previous appointments were confirmed. THE Vice-President announoed In the Senate on 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 May 1889

i 'S^' *^fr She is graceful and neat .And her features are sweet, She has bright ruby lips and her teeth are like pearl, Her two eyes are divine And with radiance shine, And we're proud of our pretty American girl. She oan charm with her look, She can talk like a book, And her fanciful dress puts your brain in a whirl With her "vim" and her smiles She a fellow beguiles, And one loves to be near the American girl. Whether home or abroad $ She is greatly adored. And she captivates Marquis, Duke, Lord or an Earl, While the girls o'er the water Q& Fear Uncle Sam's daughter, And with envy regard the American girL Is it beauty or grace, Is it figure or face, Which wins her the love of the Marquis or Earl? Well, her dollars, I guess, Will insure the success Through the world of our darling American girl. John S. Grey, in Texas Sittings. THE NATION'S WAEDS. Western Branch of the Soldiers' Home at Leavenworth, Kan. [Original.J there is one spot more than another in our broad and happy la...

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 May 1889

J*- I* fr 1'"- TiC Detroit City Pharmacy, tM. COMBAOKHR, PBOPRIETOR, Wasbinton Ave., .Detroit, Minn. Drugs) and Patents Medicines kept Constantly on hand. Also a fine Line of Toilet Articles. Physician's Prescription Compounded. &_ All Mail Orders will receive our Prompt Attention,' CITY MEAT MARKET, W C. ROBERTS, PROPRIETOR 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. Sewing Machine Agency.-We have been appointed sole agent of the Light-Runing Ne Home Sew- ing Machine for White Earth and vicinity. W are now pre- pared-to furnish you a first-class Machine, warranted perfect in all its parts and as cheap as cash can buy. Comeand see us. THE LIGHT-RUNNING THE LADIES' FAVORITE. NEVER OUT O ORDER. If you desiretopurchase a sewing machine, ask ourspent at your place for terms and prices. If you eannotfindour agent, w...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 18 May 1889

8iK -r* |1L^ 1 '^%f -T K-V o ru#, Cfeesnloals, an (Patent fo# Man,ORI9B8 will Prompt m^" fV Attentionrecelve| tf. Quay.yuck-o-chee.gaid. VOL. II. 7$ Progress. THEO. BEAUJLIEU. SPITOR AK XANAOKK. AN INDEPENDENDENT NEW8PAPER, Reservation and the Northwest generally An Exponent of Higher Olvlllzatlon a Fearless and Zealcus Advocate whenever Right and Justice may need a Friend, and to Fraud and Oppression a Sleepless Foe ,Crregpoi\(i^iaet)jeaalng.jin the dian question-problem, oron gener interest, is solicited. Terms, 18.00 A Tear, I Advance. THE PROGRES S JOB WORK AJTD Printing Establishment. All kind? of Job Printing, such as Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Blaaks, Cards, Tags ate, solicited Work Warranted and Satisfaction Guaranteed. ASK FOR IT! THE SELF-THREADING ELDREDGE "B In it are' com* bined the fin* est mechanic- al skill, the .most useful and practical elements, and "all known ad- vantages that^T make a sew- ing machine desirable to sell or use. *S-a*r "*!OT4&'i I'/M"' tfH2J*.r...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 18 May 1889

1 4t" & t.- &'*** /t. W. SAFFORD, Publisher. 1SORA. MINS Epitome of the Week. INTERESTING NEWS COMPILATION. DOMESTIC. DAVID SMITH (colored) died on the 4th at Crawf ordsville, Ind. He was born in Glas gow County, Tenn., one hundred and one years ago. BY the capsizing of a boat on the 4th in Braxton County, W. Ya., the family of P. B. Harr, consisting himself, wife and two children, were drowned. ''ONE MILLION feet of logs, ah entire lumber camp and logging outfit and $5,000 worth ot driving supplies were burned on the 6th near Moroa. Minn: 4. THIR TY small dwellings in New Orleans in the square bounded by Julia, Locust, Cypress and Magnolia streets were de stroyed by fire on the 6th. THE entire business portion of Caldron, Mich., was burned on the 0th. THE St. Vincent Orphan Asylum, three miles east of Vincennes, lnd., was burned on the 6th. Fortunately none of the one hundred and five homeless and parentless boys were injured. HON. EDWA RD S. TOBEY. was on the 6t re-elected...

Publication Title: Progress, The
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