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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 6 July 1889

:-H i i I "t*p.*'K-* wsww W S**.. VOL. II. ,lded, P^^'TBJ^JJWJ^j-*?*? ,JPPI4-. r*, DETROIT, MINN. Drugs, ChemtcalM, and |Patent Itiediciaea. J* MAIL ORDBBS will receive) Prompt i 80* Attention. tf. Quay-yuck-o-chee-gaid.* DAWES' BILL. t&- Through the repeated requests of many of our rrienj and patrons, aud the further fact that in the coming negotiations between the U. 8. Commission, now among us, and our people, regarding the "severalty" land question, and of which this bill was the Issue, the many features of the measure will occu py considerablcattcntion. We therefore repub lish the bill in full. "Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of thements United States of America in Con gress assembled, That in all cases where anjrtribeor band of Indians has been, or shall hereafter be, lo cated upon any reservation crea ted for their use, either by treaty stipulation or by virtue of an actretained of Congress or executive order set ting apart the same for their use...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 6 July 1889

f} 4v:- &* i&.& BV t?. lfc R* ra$rezs. T. H. BBAUUSU, Editor. WHITE EARTH. MINK Epitome of the Week. INTERESTING NE\S COMPILATION. DOMESTIC. HENHY HAIOHWABD, who had been doing a rushing business swindling old soldiers throughout Michigan, was sentenced on the 8d at Detroit to three years in the Iowa reformatory. HB loss of the schooner Houston in a gale eight miles off Milwaukee was report ed on the 3d, and the captain, his wife, two children and thirteen men were lost. THE officials of the Philadelphia & Bead ing Bailroad Company estimated their loss on the 3d at 1250,000 in bridges and wash outs along the Upper Susquehanna in the recent freshet THE report on the 3d of the Board of Bail road Assessors of Kansas showed the total mileage of roads in the State to be 9,829.90 and the total assessed value of all railroad property to be $57,448,12a 38. NEILL S. BSOWN, Jr., reading clerk of the lower house of Congress, was killed on the 3d at Nr.shvilte, Tenn., by being r...

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 July 1889

I I ~'itC ELECTRICITY'S SHADOW. Ctlllzlne the Essence That Hangs About Telegraph Wires. A Englishman, C. Lang-don Davi s, claims to have perfected an instrument, called the phonopore, by which the ''induction current" on electric wires is utilized to carry messages, and the ^capacity of a telegraph or telephone line thereby increased. The induction ^current is the thing that makes the buzzing and crackling noise in the tele phone and that slings fragments of what is passing on other wires into the -middle of what you are toying to tell some one else ov er the line. I is a sort of faint essence of electricity that Tiangs about eve ry electric wire, and is -affected similarly, but in a lesser de gree, by every thing that affects the -cm-rent on the wires. It strength varies with the intensity of the main ^current and the condition of the weather, but there is always enough of "it to be a nuisance on long wires and when delicate work is desired. The induction from a telegraph wire is s...

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 July 1889

& & Detroit City Pharmacy, B. ,[M. COMBACKEK, PROPRIETOR, Washington AVO., ^Detroit, Minn. Drugs and Patent] Medicines kept Constantly on hand. Also a fine Line of Toilet Articles. Physician's Prescription Compounded. All Mail Orders will receive our Prompt Attention, "For tickets, time tables, or any in formation in regard to the line, apply to any ticket agent in the Northwest, or toW II. Dixon. Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agent, 102 East Third street, St. Paul, Minn. ]Jo8\voll Miller, A. V. H. Carpenter, Gen'l Manager. Fen'l Pass. & T'kt Ag't ,1. Tucker, Geo. 11. Heafiiavcl. Asst. Gen'l Man. 20 Ass't Gen'l Pass, and Ticket Agent. Sewing Machine Agency.We have been appointed sole agent of the/ Light-Riming 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. Uomeand see us. THE LADIES' FAVORITE NEVER OUT O ORDER. If you desire to purchase a sewing machine...

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

li*JL .ft CAM902PS JPMAMMA CT,, DETROIT, 'iWi'^^QM* vnstk. 7 *ikvaaw Ch|ieai, and {Patent rAfAu.ORDERS will reoeive| Prompt^ Attention. tf. VAT' TT ^VM^SS^ fThe &S*?v, ?'$&'. BMIOR AHD MANAGER. Lt-' AN INDEPENDENDENT NEWSPAPER Publlthed In the Interest of the White Earth Reservation and the Northwest generally. An Exponent of a Higher' Civilization a Fearleas and Zealcus Advocate whenever Right and Justice may need a Friend, and *o fVAud*t Oppression a Sleepless Foe. a* "f0\ -^'^^-w^i^^A- Progress., iTHEO. H. BEAUUEU. 4rin oh the In?how diau queatio^^problem, or-on general interest, is solicited. vM?*''-* Terms, 1*,.00 A Tear, In Advance. ASK FORIT! THE SELF-THREADING ELDREDGE Is it are com- blood the fin. est mechanic- al skill, the most useful and practical elements, and all known ad- vantages that make a sew- ing machine desirable to sell or use. ELDREDGE MFC. CO. Faetoij and Wholesale Office, SelvUere, SI* #72 Wabash Ave., Chicago. 99 Broad Street, New York THEO. H. BEAU...

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 July 1889

Li 'i M' Ik $& ft* If- V/l vv t&ft if X5 JV?^ VHITEBAfiTH. vwa M&M? of the Week. INTERESTING NEWS COMPILATION. 'CONGRESSIONAL. IN the Senate on tbe 9th the bill was passed to amend tbe Inter-State Commerce act, and a motion to refer to the Committee on Pensions several vetoed pension bills was adopted. The proposition to submit to the people of the sev eral States a constitutional amendment to pro hibit the liquor traffic in the United States was favorably reported from the Committee on Education.... In the House the amendment to the Tariff bill placing sugar on \h free list was rejected by a vote of 37 to 108. Another amendment was offered, which was defeated, placing all sugar and molasses ou the free ljst. SENATOR HOAR spoke on the loth in the Senate in opposition to the fisheries treaty. A resolution directing the Finance Committee to report in connection with revenue bills such measures as it may deem expedient to control or prohibit all contracts, trusts or combina...

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 July 1889

W&k a*. A BJSAULLETX, Editor. WHITE EARTH. I $' 4- 4'Ugly?" "4 MINN. iAFTER THE WEDDING.^ ^There's no hints of gloom in the pretty room, ^^Vhere the flowers' perfume still fragrant lingers, Where the music's beat seems echoing sweet, vjAnd faint and fleet as from fairy Angers. But the two who sit, while the moments flit^ "i With never a bit of word or laughter, Keep listening still, as old folks will, JFor a young voice ringing to roof and rafter. Oh, fair was the bride by her husband's side. In blushing pride and girlish gladness, But now she is gone and the hours lag on, With a sense of loss, and a sense of sadness. "And the firelight dear betrays a tear. On the dear old cheek of the mother shining, Which the father spies, then fondly tries To sooth her sorrow and sod repining. 'Yes Bessie is wed, and I always said This day I'd dread on which another, Would steal her away, as I, one day, Stole that same little Bessie's mother!" i Then smiles come fleet, and fond, and sweet, An...

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 July 1889

VfS 3i f/": &r~ tttif j*l"r W $$! ftiDe**'** 0**1/ Pharmacy,^: g|5fif*il. 00MBACKJ5R, JJW- PROPRIETOR, ).?c tf Washington Ave., Dotroit, Minn.%V? )rugs* and Patent) Medicines kept B$^ Constantly on hand. Also a fine Line of Toilet Articles. Physician's Prescription Compounded All Mail Orders will'Yeceive our Prompt Attention. For tickets, time tables, or any in formation in regard to the lino. appl\ to any ticket agent in the Xorthwest or toW H. Dixon, Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agent, East Third street,St. Paul. Minn. A. V. TT. Cavpenter. Fen'I Pass. & T'kt Ag't Geo. IT..HeaiTafd. Poswell Miller, Cten'l Manager, J. Tucker. As&t, Gen'l Man. 20 rJ^ Ass't Gen'l Pass, and Ticket Agent. Sewing Machine Agency.We have been appointed sole agent of the Light-Riming New Home Sew ing Machine for White Earth and vicinity, IWe are now pre pared to furnish you a first-class Machine^ warranted perfect in all its parts and as cheap as cash can buy. Uonieand see us. THE LADIES' FAVORITE. NEVER O...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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