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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 10 March 1888

1 *v A ll I 1 $ro%nnn. BEAUL1EU, Editor. WHITE EARTH. MINI* TEARS. love's pray eyes were like the winter sea And like the sea were lull of tonny mist, For, ob, I'd pressed her cheek in sad farewell And tears o'er-ran the place where I had kissed. N words could tell the depth of that deep woe. But silence held a the tears ran down From 'neath the curtains of her downcast eyes, And o'er the soft folds of her wedding-gown. And faint heart was burdened with its fears think I left own dear love in tears I love's bright eyes were like the summer sea, And damp with tears a seas are wet with foam, For, oh, across the long, white sands she came To give greeting and a welcome home I N words alone could measure all her joy, But tears came like a sudden bright sun shower And washed the sorrow from th* uplifted eyes A rain-drops drench the dust from off the flower, And glad heart was lightened of its fears When once again I found love in tears! Eva Best, tn Detroit -free Pret: FASHION IN BEARDS....

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 10 March 1888

ft** if ghf i 41 IMMMMP 4WMM'*1 Jt3F HWte fflrtA and Oetrort Freight aud Express. R. J. FAIRBANKS. PBOFBIETOE. Special Attention will be given to all Orders entrusted to my care for BXPEESS Packages, Parcels, and Local Purchases. Leave Orders with A. Fairbanks at White Earth,and at the Willson House, Detroit, Minn. 19. Boots & Shoes, Largest and Best ASSORTMENT! IN THE COUNTRY!! DETROIT BOOT and SHOE STORE. OPPOSITE* POST orncx, REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. Mail Orders will ^receive Prompt Attention. A. E. BOWLING, DETROIT, Minn. IM TIME" fi FRANK M. HUME, IME. EMI IMS. DE1UOIT, MXHKE80TA. DliALKR IN Clocks, Watches and Jewelry. REPAIR/NO A SPECIALTY. WHITE PA* rn Ordeis, if left with Benjamin Caswell, at Fairbanks Bro.' Store will receive prompt at tention. 4tf MRS. E. IRVINE, LATEST STYLES MILLINARY, FANCY GOODS. [16m6] LADIES FURNISHING. Mail Orders promptly attended to. DETROIT, G. C. NUNN, M. CAMPBELL, Minn. Manufacturer of LIGHT & HEAVY HARNESSES. Dealer la Trunks and Valise...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 24 March 1888

-5 1 W 1 i i it VOL. 1. Gus. H.[Beaulieu, Theo. H. Beaulieu, Printing W*" afjkf^r -^jjf ffiaiuahboozho!. tfflflf t/?e Flrs^Birch.bark Canoe, A Terrible Ordeal, eto., eto. 77^ Progress. Adderess all communications to p\* THE PROGRESS, White Earth, Minn. THE PROGRESS JOB WORK A.5fJ Establishment. All kiaels of Job Printing, such as Bill Heads,, Letter Heads, Blanks, Cards, Tags etc., solicited. Work Warranted and Satisfaction Guaranteed. HOTEL- HINDQUARTERS. le d. liver, Ia-opritt* Everything ia first-class keeping with the times. The tables arft always provided with Fish, Game and Vegetables in their season. Good stabling, ample accommodation for both, man and beast. BOAEB Vt THE DA* 0 WEEK, The Perkins Wind Mill* tmii(W"nii Publisher. Editor. 'White Earth Agency, Minn. BgBu 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 questionpro...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 24 March 1888

7te progress. T. H. BEAUL1ETJ, Editor. WHITE EAR^H. MINN Epitome of the Week. INTERESTING NEWS COMPILATION. CONGRESSIONAL. Bititfi were introduced in tUo Senate on tne 11th to loquire that a residence of three years shall be necessaiy before an alien can declare Ins intention to become a citrzon of the United States and of two ye irs additional before he shall hive a right to vote or bold office: to grant pensions to all Union prisoner's of war Confined n Southern prisons for more than sixty lys for the collection of more accurate statistics of exports, emigration and imnngia tion, to prohib the manufacture and eale of intoxicating liquors in the District of Columbia, to aid in the establsh ment nnd temporary support of common schools Mt Shermin pave notice that after the holidays he would address the Senate on the President's message. Mr. Pagh spoke in favor of tariff reform In the House the Speaker announced the appointment of the Committee on Eules, as follows* Caihsle, Ran dall,...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 24 March 1888

Jl) 4 I ABOUT WARM DRINKS. TOhy They gltonld Reserved! for Old and Middle-Aged Persons, Chittft and India comprise more than eno-half the world's population. If any vendor is expressed at this coneentra tioa of poople in countries that we getmoroNy consider semi-barbarous, a poastlAo explanation is to be found in the fact tkafc they were eai'liost in in troducing warm drink to the world. Say what hygienists may of the harm *uinoes of tea and coffee, it is a fact that the countries that use them most are insreasing ia population more rapidly than any other parts of this gle-be, aud have apparently always done so. It is scarcely supposable that tea is itself beneficial, as its active principal is a poison. But it is, the worki ever, the drink that ia nearly always taken warm. Death and cold are more nearly allied than we are apt to suppose. A few special diseases require heat for thou* development and propagation. But the outward heat in fevers is only, in most cases, a reverse of i h...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 24 March 1888

^nspinnn ,mumjuii mm in Detroit City Directory. C. Bf. CAMPBELL, DEALER IK MENS AND BOYS CLOTHING, AND Furnishing Gooods. Hats, Caps, Gloves, Trunks, and Valises, LADIBS & CHILDBBN'S UNDEBWEAB. Mail Orders will Receive Prompt Attention. IS. Next Door to Barber Shop. [18m6] DETBOIT, Minn. Boots & Shoes, Largest and Best ASSORTMENT! IN THE COUNTRY!! DETROIT BOOT and SHOE STORE. OPPOSITE] POST orricx. REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. Mail Orders will ^receive Prompt Attention. A. E. BOWLING, DBTBOIT, Minn. TIME. HH TIME. T*1 .EMI I IME. r*p 1 IME. -A- J[ IME. FRANK M. HUME, DETROIT, MINNESOTA. 0 DEALER IN Clocks, Watches and Jewelry. REPAIRING A BECIALTK "WHITE EARTH Orders, if left with Benjamin Caswell, at Fairbanks & Bro.'Store will receive prompt at tention. 4tf Mas. E. IRVINE, LATEST STYLES MILLINARY, FANCY GOODS. LADIES FURNISHING. Mail Orders promptly attended to. [16m6] DETROIT, Minn. G. NUNN, Manufacturer of LIGHT & HEAVY HARNESSES. Dealer in Trunks and Valises, Whips, B...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 14 April 1888

^Bp1 VOL. 1. The Progress. Gus. H.'Beauiieu, Theo. H, Beau lieu, Publisher. Editor. White Earth Agency, Hlfnn. 3 A WEEK LY NEWSPAP ER de voted to the interest of the White Eaith Reservation and genoial Xoith wostern jSTews. Published and man aged by members of the Reserva tion. Correspondence beaimg on the In dian questionpiohlem, or on geneial interest, is solicited. Subscription rates: $2.00 pei an num. For the convenience of those who may feel unable to pay for the paper yearly or A\ ho may ibh to take it on trial, subscuptions may be sent us for six and thiee months at the yearly rates. All subsci lptions oi sums sent to us should be foiwaided by Kegisteied lettei to insme safety. Adderess all communications to THE PROGRESS, White Eaith, Minn. 3 W 1 1 tf 1 P3 1 Jftfrgfr W tf xn I rh R. FAIRBANKS, Dealer in QHOCERIES PROVISION. wnd Lvmbvmw's Supplies, o FLOUR aa FEED Sifept nlia 5 etHMHY^Sttfeto Root tm* Tun **\*4 I t:i:t^^^miS^^'iJmJ^MHn^^ mH^^sJ^^f^s^^^\f^^^%iuW^^kiS The Indian...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 14 April 1888

SBe* Jm :and 2Hh$ $r ogress. H. BEAUL1EU, Editor. WHITE EARTH. MINN, Epitome of the Week INTERESTING NEWS COMPILATION. CONGRESSIONAL, bill was introduced in the Senate on the 26th for the admission of Montana as a State. A bill was reported declaring it to be the sense or the Senate that the new States should be admitted into the Union only on the basis of equality with the existing States. Petitions were presented from the Iowa Patrons of Hus bandry asking that agricultural products be equally protected with mautaotured articles that foreipn immigration be restricted 80 as to keep out all paupers and criminals, and for the protection of wool and cotton goods. The House bill to provide for the purchase of United States bonds by the Secretary of the Treas ury was further considered....In the House bills were introduced for a permanent board of arbitration between the United States and Great Britain and France to eqalize the sala ries of postmasters at Presidential post offices for th...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 14 April 1888

\t W* fflrotPM** H. BBAUL1EU, EdltM. WHITE EARTH. MINI* PLAYING SCHOOL. Rat-tat! on tho table, and school has begun. As I'm the whole school, why, the class num bers one. The teacher's my own little girlie of five, And as busy is she as a bee in a hive. My arms must be folded, and then I spell cat, And other hard words that include rat and bat I do quite impossible sums on the slate My name is put down then for coming In late. For some fancied fault I am sent, to the wall With an impatient gesture by this teacher small, And then I'm forgiven with smiles very sweet A "good boy" again, I return to my seat. Tm the most startling facts in geography told That Europe's in China, the torrid zone's cold! l'm"scolded, I'm given a "good" ticket there, And all with a serious, occupied air. Oh, sweet are the lessons I learn every day From this tiny teacher! No truant I play, As I'm the whole class no rival I dread: I stand at the foot, and likewise at the head. But often she laughs in her innoc...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 14 April 1888

teirS* Detroit City Directory, C. M. CAMPBELL, DEALER IN MENS AND BOYS CLOTHING, AND Furnishing Gooods. Hats, Caps, Gloves, Trunks, and Valises, I4ADIBS & CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR. "Matt Orders will Eeceive Prompt Attention. Next Door to Baiber Shop. [18m8J DETROIT, Boots & Shoes, Largest and Best ASSORTMENT! IX TITE COUNTRY!' DETROIT BOOT and SHOE STORE. OPPOSITE POST OFFICII. REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. Mail Orders will "receive Pionipt Attention. A. E BOWLING, DETROIT, Minn. ?IMR I TIME. EMI I IM1C. I1TE. -4- 1 IME. FRANK HUME, DETROIT, MINNESOTA. _,O DEALLR I N Clocks, Watches and Jewelry. REPAIRING A FECI A LTV. WmrK EARTH Oideis it left with Beniamin Caswell, at Faubankt, & Bio btoitt will ieee \e piompt at tention. 4tf MR S. E IRVINE, se LATE6rl STYLES MILLINARY, FANCY GOODS. LADIES EURN1SIITXG. Mail Orders piornpth attended to. [16mGJ Dtiuorr. Minn. G. C. NUNN, Manufactuiei of LIGHT & HEAVY HARNESSES. Dealei in Trunks and Valises, Whips, BUnkets, Robes, etc. Mail Oide...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 21 April 1888

ih VOL. L. The Progress. Gus. H.'Beaulieu, Publisher. Theo. H. Beau lieu, Editor. White Earth Agency, Minn. A "WEEKLY NEWSPAPER de voted to the interest of the White Earth Reservation and geneial North western News. Published and man aged by members of the Reserva tion. Correspondence bearing an tlic In dian questionproblem, or on general interest, is solicited. Subscription rates: &2.00 per an num. For the convenience of those who may fool unable to pay for the paper yeai.lv 01 who may wish to take it on tiial, subset lptions may be sent us for six and thiee months at the yearly rates. All subscriptions or sums sent to us should be foi warded by Registered letter to insure safety. Adderess all communications to TUE PROGRESS, White Earth, Minn. O W W W W R. FAIRBANKS, Dealer in QROCERIES. PROVISION. and Lumbermen'* Supplies* FLOUR ana FEED kept oa'iiaad. Gittstog, 6nak Hoot ana F*w Bought* $014 una i&ebagd, (Copyright.) The Ojibwas, THEIR CUSTOMS AND TRA- DITIONS, As Handed ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 21 April 1888

& Hrngregs* T. H. BEAUL1EU, Editor. WHITE EARTH. 1 L MINN. Epitome of the Week. INTERESTING NEWS COMPILATION. CONGRESSIONAL. Is the Senate the Bond-Purchase bill was further discussed on the 8d, but ao action was taken In the House the Direct Tax bill was sonsidered, and bills were passed for the re tirement of Alfred Pleasonton with the rank of Colonel, and for the promotion of officers of the army after twenty years of continuous service in one grade. IN the Senate on the 4th an amendment to the Bond Purchase bill providing for the coin age of silver in excess of the present monthly limitation to take the place of National bank notes withdrawn from circulation was adopted. A bill was introduced to test the science of spelling and to provide for establishing one hundred schools for that purpose In the House the entire session was consumed in vot ing upon dilatory motions submitted by the op ponents of the Duect Tax bill. IN the Senate the Bond Purchase bill was passed on the 5t...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 21 April 1888

r* i W& fflrogress. 9. BEAUL1ETJ, Editor. WHITE EARTH. MINJ VOICES OF TH E FUTURE. The voices of the past are ever sounding, And give their impulse to our present life, In wisdom of the ages deep abounding, cheer or warn amid our daily strife. I times of joy they co me to us with blessing, breathe their peace when all is bright and fair In hours of grief they blend with thoughts de pressing, And bring us aid our burdens' weight to bear. The voices of the future, too, are calling, Though few may listen to their faint appeal, All unobserved their accents gently falling, Beverberate with coming woe or weal. Whene'er we strive and conquer, their ap plauding I gently borne as with an angel's breath, But when we falter, coming time defrauding, They whisper coldly as with chill of death. Whatev er wrong the present age is bearing, Wi th prospect dim that it will be redressed, That very wrong, if Dome without despairing, May through our patience make the future blest. Prof. T. W. Bancro...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 21 April 1888

"MWIWMBW-- Detroit City Directory. C. M. CAMPBELL, DIALER IN MENS AND BOYS CLOTHING, AND Furnishing Gooods. Hats, Caps, Gloves, Trunks, and Valises, LAMBS & CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR. Mail Orders will Receive Prompt Attention. JSUXext Door to Barber Shop. [18m6] DETROIT, Minn. Boots & Shoes, Largest and Best ASSORTMENT! IN THE COUNTRY!! DETROIT BOOT and SHOE STORE. OPPOSITE POST OFFICE. REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. Mail Orders will \receive Prompt Attention. A. E. BOWLING, DETROIT, MRS. E. IRVINE, Minn. TIME. HH TIME. 1 IME. -L 1IME. FRANK M. HUME, DETROIT, MlMNSSOTA. DEALER IN Clocks, Watches and Jewelry. REPAIRINQ A PECIALTY. "WHITE EARTH Oulers, if left with Benjamin Caswell, at Fairbanks Bro.' Store will receive prompt at tention. 4tf LATEST 8TTLK8 MILLENARY, FANCY GOODS. LADIES FURNISHING. Mail Orders promptly attended to. [16m6] DETROIT, Minn. G. C. NUNN, Manufacturer of LIGHT HEAVY HARNESSES. Dealer In Trunks and Valises, Whips, Blankets,. Robes, etc. Mail Orders will Receive Pr...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 5 May 1888

I Si JI... (3. VOL. 1. The Progress. WHITE EARTH, MAT 5, 1888. Published Every Saturday. Subscription *2,O0 per year, In Advance, stored in the Post Office at White Earth, at SECQND-CLASS rates. #3T Our Readers. Oweing to matters of general import to us, and circumstances over which we had no control, we were restrained from publishing the Progress last week. And this week, our time being limited, we can offer you but a half sheet, hence we beg the indulgence of our readers for "falling to the rear" last week. W will endeav- in the future not to let this occur again, and to make the Progress sufficiently interesting to recom- pense you for your patience and indulgence of us in the past. Look out for 'Wainahboozho' next week. U. S. Inspector Armstrong. Gen. Armstrong, S. Indian Inspector, who has been making inquiries in relation to the lum bering operations which were carried on during the past winter, this reservation, made the Progress office a pleasant call this morning. He impar...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 5 May 1888

@ht grogres*. T. H. BEAUL1ETJ, Editor. VHITfi EARTH. MINT* Epitome of the Week. INTERESTING NEWS COMPILATION. CONGRESSIONAL. THE bill for the admission of Dakota into the Union and for the organization of the Terr tory of Lincoln was considered in the United States Senate on the 9th, but no action as taken Bills were introduced for a permanent court of arbitration between the United States end Great Britain and France, and for the comple toon of the direct tax (S21/00,000) of 1881 In the House the deadlock ovei the DhectTax bill still continued, with no prospect of coming to an end IK the Senate on the 10th the bill to author ize the sale to aliens of certain mineral lands was passed, and the 11 to provide for the ad mission of the State of South Dakota and the organization of the Territory of North Dakota was further considered. In the House the entire session was devoted to filibustering over the Direct Tax bill ON the 11th the bill for the admission of the State of Dakota and for...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 12 May 1888

II (y mWIHIIlllUI l| 114 mum VOL. 1. fs Wainahboozho Visit to the Realms of the All' Wise, Meets his Father. The Progress. Gus. H. Beaulieu, Publisher. Theo. H. Beaulieu, Editor. "White Earth \g-oncy, Minn* SRL, A AVLEKLY NEWSPAPER de- void to the mtntst of the White "Euthll suwdton md geneial Noith wtslun Niws Published and man aged hy members of the Reserva- tiOll Adderess all communications to THE PROGRESS, White Earth, Minn. A Rogue's Dodge. The latest London rogue's de vice is to drive a hansom, and from that elevated position to pick out from the roofs of four wheel ers such articles of luggage as seem most promising. These he places on the roof of his own cab, and drives away with them, presuma bly to some railway station. The proceeding is of the neatest kind, and every precaution is taken that forethought can suggest, In order that the spectacle of luggage on an empty cab should not excite suspicion, a temporary fare is pro vided, called a "buck he has nothing to do but loo...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 12 May 1888

!&?- Vi 'he progress. T. H. BEAUL1EU, Editor. WHITE EARTH. MINN. Epitome of the Week. INTERESTING NEWS COMPILATION. CONGRESSIONAL. IN the Senate on the 17th bills were passed for public building in Lansing, Mich. (iHO .0(W) Burlington, la. (275,000) Stillwater. Minn. (ff5V 000) appropriating 540,000 for the relief of the Omaha tribe of Indians in Nebraska, and thirty five private pension bills....In the House lis were reported for the erection of public build ings at Sioux City, la., and Racine, Wis., and for the location of a branch Soldiers^ Home in Grant County, Ind. The debate on the Mills Tariff bill was commenced, Mr. Mills (Tex.) speaking in favor of the measure and. Mr. Kelley (Pa.) against. IN the Senate on tho ISth the bill for the ad mission of South Dakota as a State and the organization of the Territory of North Dakota was further considered. A bill was introduced by Mr. Belmont to prohibit the coming of Chinese laborers into'the United States. A message vetoing 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. — 12 May 1888

v. i if 1 'he $Hto$n%H T. H. BEA.TJL1EU, Kditor. WHITE EARTH. MEW CASTLE BUILDING. "What are you building darling*' I asked of girlie fair, As she quietly sat on the hearth rug Piling her blocks with care. And the ruddj glow of the fire light Danced on her golden hair. "I am building a castle, mother," My little maid replied "And these are the walls around it, And head is a gateway wide, And this is a funny stairway To climb up by the side ft i The busy, flitting fingers Went on with her pretty play, A.nd the castle valis weie Using In the fading winter day When a sudden, luckless motion, And all in ruin lay' Ah merry little builder, The i ear's with stealthy feet, May bring full manj a lsion, Of castles rare and sweet To end like your baby pastimes In rum sad and fleet You laush o%er the toy walls fallen So sunshine follows rain. And we may srnne looking backward At ruined shrire and fane While the neart hath shattered temples It may not TMld a?din. Lucj Fleming, Cfu istian at ]lok...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The progress. — 12 May 1888

The Progress. WITJC EARTH, MAT 12, 1888. t* iblished Every Saturday, 3 ihw. iptJon: 2,00 per yr, In Advance, *i^ In the Pobt Office at White Edith, at SECOND-CLASS rates. MENIAL ARMQGAKCE. Indians Employed on the Otter-Tail Rwer Drive Arrested for Being 'Off of the Reservation Imprisoned by the Sheriff and Icept Inder Arrest on Their Way thro' the Reservation to the Agency. On Tuesday afternoon, Sheriff Narcross, of Becker county, brought to this agency eight In- dians whom he had under arrest, charged with being 'off of their reservation without a pass from their agent.' The Indians being released only on their arrival here. These Indians were, at the time of their arrest, in the employ of Charles Morse, driving logs on the Otter-teil river, and were getting |2.00 per day each. This price was 'considered toe low' by some of the white men who had been promised employ- ment by Mr. Morse, but who re- fused to work for the same price that was being paid the Indians Upon the refusal of ...

Publication Title: Progress, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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