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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 18 May 1882

1 BEKLY XPOSITOR - - J JJ J. L'l 1 L .1" jaJfJJtii jnuLjaapgan! A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. Vol. l.No. 1. BROCKWAY CENTRE, MIOH MAY 10, 1882. Price, $1.00 a Year. l The Weekly Expositor. A Rel Hot, Ajrsre.ssive nn.l Pro gressive Journal for Live, Enterprising Reader. rUniJSIIKI) ON THURSDAYS. 1 a Ykak COe von Six Months 30c fou TintKE Months. 1 A special invitation to all to fall at our shop ami see 'for yourselves. o w H PAME1 rs n 3 OS EE J. Dkl T. Srrrox, Proprietor. J as. A. Mkxziics, Editor & Manager. ADVliRTISINCl RATUH. 1 inch card one year 1-8 col u rim adv oneyenr 1-4 ' 1-2 M . " 1 8 5 CO u oo 2' (V) 3') 01) 8.1 OC 65 01) It ii herewith intlncel to you. It will uu a live Itil journal. It willMeal alike kth nil. It will be trietl ndopeiulent as regards politics.. It will transact it tbscription bus mess on the cnMi inkvanco plan. . It will strive to nlmce the inter - . . i i 1 1. ... csis oi irocKw.iy Litre ami vicm ny. It will live if yon ......... l...rrli. ; 1 L'l...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 18 May 1882

fffitiKLY ViXPOSITOIt. DEL T. BUTTON, PUBLISHES BROCKWAY CENTER, Mien. flEWtf OF THE WEEK. Michigan. . On Band! la Whitehall fir was discovered In A. J, & C. E. Covall's lumber yard. Monta Cue east help and two steamers and a tug threw water for fire hours; notwithstanding bat little was tared, 1,000,000 feet burning at a loa of 40,000. t Eastern Michigan has furnished pine logs as foOowt: The An Sable, 191,000,000 fee of new logs; Alcona county, 70,000,000 feet; Alpena, 151,000,000 feet, and Cheboygan, 50,000,003, a total of new logs of 1,470,000,000 feet. The Michigan sportsmen's association ha elected Cyrus W. Higby of Jackson as game and flab warden of the state at a salary of f 3 a day and expenses to enforce the game laws. Each game dab has been assessed tlO, and lndlTldaals Interested In the preservation of came, animals, birds and fish, are requested V send contributions to Treasurer - Osgood at Battle Creek. The reward offered for the arrest of Navln Is on condition tha...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 18 May 1882

xilE COMINU SEASON. B 4(UMMKBZKT TAatMKB." The following from a -Uto number of ih London Agricultural OazeUa Is a Rood study la the SoinemtsLlre dialect, whatever ma b I r ltamarits laths weathar ''XorecastlDii" Ilu. - All you that ba wmln' t' year plaza cum nemer. An' Til teli'M ixacly what manner o' weather You've a cot cummin' on the salson avarV, Kt you'll tx but dKtDd u to bear oat my tory. i I J -- I've told'ea avorUme, again au' again, O' ealsona o' thunder an' ligutnln.' an' rain, U etarms an' o' vluda. an' calamltlee pad, An' too true thj'e a cum an bin terrible bad. . Now, I'm plazad to Iaforui'w, I've got better news. , The dark o the weather have done wl' the blues. T He's- cummla' out handsome an' smUin' to " year; Ye can take, thetta vor gospel, I tell'ee no tear. Not as how I sets up vor a prophet like they As studies astrology all nlht an' day, s ' An' pretends tey mestery they can explain, IlOW IDS EWUB 1U lUOil fcuoiaca viiuk iuuduiuo or rain Nn wizard lie I o' the...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 18 May 1882

I I I f .. ., tinkle in the -Glov. Jerome passed tlirougli town last week on his way to Sagi naw. -C. F. Michael's dance last Tues day night was attended by over 50 Couple. Forepaugh's mammoth aggrega tion of wonders at Port Huron oir Monday. The confidence gang are oper ating again At the narrow gauge junction. Mr. Kmery, of Rochester, takes possession of the Rapley House the first of July. The Western Historical Compa ny have commenced work on the his tory of this county. C. F. Michaels expects to have his new building ready for occupan cy by the 20th mst. President Arthur lias signed the Chinese bill. The Pacific coast fired salutes in gratification thereat. Of course you know all about the heavv rainstorms of lifst week, o we will say nothing about it. Business does not partako of its accustomed actitity at present the farmers are all tow busy with their farm work. Senator Conger has become the owner of a chandelier, once a part of . tho furniUim tfthe old Ym" state House. Port ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 25 May 1882

XF08IT0R. A A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. VoL 1, No. 2. BROOKWAY CENTRE, MICH., MAY 25, 1882. Price, $1.00 a Year. WEEKLY The Veekiy Expositor. 'A Red Hot, Aggressive atul lro grwidvo Journal for Live, Enterprising Renders. PUBLISHED OX THURSDAYS. x Yuaii COc roil Six Month 3eo kok Tiikki: Months. DslT. Svttov, J a. A. Mknziks, Proprietor. Editor & Manager. AUVICRTISIXO HAT MM. 1 Inch card one year S 3 00 1-8 columu mJv one yar 12 00 1-4 " so oo I-a " 4 yo oo 1-2 " 31 00 1 " Co 00 Bnsinefu locals 5 cents per lino. CIIUULVI DIRECTORY Mtthodlst Protestant Church. fWrvioen alleruatulv at 10:30 o'clock n. in., and 7 p. u. Uv C. li. CL.YKK. l'UMtor. 6adJ Stliool At 8 p. iu. J. S. DL'FKIE, KujKrl-illtt'lHli-Dt, Methodist Kicopl Church. Serrloai alteruAtrlv nt lOi-IOn. in. a ml 7 p. m. llev ('W. HAKSHMAN. J'astol-. Btittd Bclwol at p. iu. O. fOOPUi. Sujxirintondent. Chvreb fChrM at the A, V, C bil. StonrlrM at 11 ft. tu. Hitbbath School At a n. in. Prjr uiretUijf every TliursUay ewii...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 25 May 1882

WEEKLY EXPOSITOR. DEL T. bUTTON, FcBLtsuM. BROCKWAY CENTER; - MICH. SEWS OFJTHE WEEK. MICHIGAN. Dao'l Galbralth of East Tawas, has burled three children of diphtheria within a week. Ills wife and another child are dangerously ill. Burglars entered the- liurd house saloon, Jackson, and decamped with f 40 and saloon sundries. The house bill providing for new public buildings In Detroit was favorably passed up on Monday and goes to the senate. Brewer's moulding room, Tecumseh, was badly damaged by fire on Sunday. Harmon Nash, proprietor of Nash's Ax Fac tory at Lowell, had the misfortune Monday to lose his right hand while assisting some of his men who were at work with a buzz saw in his factory. Mr. Nash who Is express agent and a Knight Templar had but Just returned from Detroit, where be had attended the recent eon clave as one of the Deliolal Commandery. Owing to the cold weather corn planted be ore the rain has rotted in the grou and in many cases will need to be replante Dr. J. N...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 25 May 1882

THE OLD FASHIONED SPELLING BOOK. Gen. Orthography'! troops are In a panle, Ween. la 111 fitting uulforms, commanders dlsv . ruined, or unseen. There's the prologue, dialogue, demagogue, Uniformed an Urabagog, Memphramagog and all Idook Ancient teat of euduranee, lneomprehensl Diiiiy. Steps Into line with valetudinarian, lndlvl slbltltr. We laugh at pneumonia, find fan la dyspep sia. Are bold to attack Kenssellaervllle, rough keeusle: Oh, the dear spelling-book will grow dim with theatres. As "my mother' Bible," with Its unsollod pages, (Joining out of the Mists, grotesquely attlr Rousseau and Voltaire Is the gospel admired Maori cuts to winaora, 10 weaiia, is we ruie To be pious ana piouaing is to be reckonea rooi. From ooerclon, asoenslon, there arose much dissension. And o'er a missed Intention was ofltlmes contention. Valiant heart o'er the Dniester and Dnieper successfully sailed, Were In the l'entteuoh learned, at the Mich aelmas hailed. They climbed Chtmboraso, were la Popocat...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 25 May 1882

CORRESPONDENCE. Upeaker The people of South Speaker have organized a Suittfay School with Mr. Alfred Goheen as Superintendent. Geo Halle&d raised a new barn week. last Mr E. Stoat is building a fine rcsi deneo opposite the fcouth Speaker 8CI10O1 IlOUSO. Beautiful 1 Mtlvlu. May SOtli. 18S2. "mex weather at last. Messrs mcoa A Clark are prepar ing to build art elevator to bo complet ed in time for the fall market Mr Nye has the mill machinery on the ground. Tickets arefsold here for all stations j on the road which will be a great con- .venience, MrMcLwd has dug a cellar and is prepanne to build an addition to his I store. W & J HARRIS Tho RrontoQf ni?pnuoru ! Carriage and Wairon Works, i have forsaiean km ot I Agricultural uivuuivwAx, mien Implements, Take tliis method of informing the public of thin vicinittthat they have including tin - on hand a very large stock of Carriages and Wagons, open and top Bug- iTBJflJf SpBIMJ TflflTH SSUER gies, which they will dispose of at pri...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 1 June 1882

Weekly KXJPO BITOR .r psacHMw'1aaggMcg! ,,' v a j .jj jaaa.si.' 1 11 1 , . -. .:,, ri ' "f A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. Vol. 1, No. 3. BROOKWAY CENTRE, MIOEL, JUNE 1, 1882. ' Price, $1.00 a Year. Tho Weekly Expositor. Ji Red Hot, Aggressive and Pro gressive Journal for Live, Enterprising Readers, o PUBLISHED ON THURSDAYS. c ' $1 x Taut COo yon Six Moxtus 30c fou Tiibkk Months. Pju. T. Suttojt, Jjls. A. Mexziks, Proprietor. Kditor it Manager. ADVERTISING RATUtf. 1 inch card on year 8 & 00 1- column adr out year IS oo 1-4 20 00 1-C 30 00 1 . f 35 00 j " C5 00 Bullae local 5 cents per line. . cnuBuu directory. Hstliaaiat Pratwtaut Church. SOTtcofl alternately at 10:90 oVIofk a. m.. and fpwM. KT C. B. CLAliK. Patttor. tvwUr Sokool Mly.BL J. R. DUrris, tuprintudeut. JaTalaaalat Eplacapal Chareh. Mil iijm lurmtlr at 10:30 a. in. and ? p. m. Rr C. W. HAK3HXAN. laor. 6ua4r School at t p. m. C. OOOPK.R. SuparintMwWn t. Charea f iftrtat at tha a. C, Chapel. SarrMaa at 11 a. . Sabbath S...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 1 June 1882

WEEKLY EXPOSITOR, DEL T. SUTTON, Fcblsukb1 I3ROCKWAY CENTEllt - felCU , .NEWS ..;01TUK L.WE EK, MTlTTdA't. nr.Jai.A. Brown. a well and favorably known physician of Detroit, was buried on Tuesday. r , r i ' Th PrftBldent has nominated J. W. Stone of . Grand Haulda fur U. S. attorney of the western district. ; Mrs. Chrlstiancy's irritating conduct at home - nA h.xr had hahavlor abroad are eet rortn . he depositions of the ex-minister's sons,Geerge V and Victor. Commissioner Charles lowers TWrnit. Ima forwarded the depositions. The Orand Baplds 8aenger Hall burned on Sunday. Powers' opera house, the ieaaer i,wBnftner office and the Michigan" Staats ZItung. narrowly escaped destruction. t M ti cnrsirii lmazoo. wif ot the ' late Wm. B. Spragne, member of congress In isn .nhnuntl5 Indian agent, aiea on mou. fl.a Aava ftf BeveM MneSB. She WHS ha mnthr of Mrs. M. D. Woodford of Kahuna a -mi,. Mtnnr Parish of Jackson, ller lou nuu uu - - on, Lieut, Chas. W. Spragne, was a gallant of ficer In...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 1 June 1882

A. FOWL P9CEEniNa. . What rIb the black Rnoeler? He wains very m-a. hi . u alt liti all UonJltn. Uf liVtrBf d. "."2 " S in hrimrhltn around. Hie i' Kun.liitie white PerbP fr. I'anrot will bring mm uounu. helu quick. . . .. ifaoXV; T quftclL,uaek OJ-- In trips Br. ParreUJu toBHyr,TunLt With violet trlruiulng- and card "lluna! Maw! Heen eaten bad umiX or ..WhTwWln't tell.a.utHwa. nothing me the trouble." . . Cot,cutdout-hls8, hiss-quack, quaca- jobbobbl.,, .j ,;..J Dr. P. pat bis spec on hi big Roman nose Don't you know any more than to wallow quack, quack O! X mA ernetl Lobelia, pown there by the Now Sip' off the uda and the bsoma No' fcWaave ttari lake, tobaooo a .all bJ 1 Without serious damage; so dont De a And ciameagala for livery m. trouble-. What do men use ltfbrf UUt8-qaca "cut.cWrfObblel- X y l No bead that wears feathers has ever made WbyUmen 'chew tobacco and spit on t the Or chJokeus with sickening smoke, though, They hav powerful moUvesand pure for its Else why entmlerwh...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 1 June 1882

CORRESPONDENCE: - o W. & J. HARRIS, Carriage and Wniron Worko BROCKWAY Ilich Cap Chip. No liquor old iu Capac, so mote It Ik.. Hubbard ha removed to Smith's n v. i.A k,a .11 VViuni nuns uv k" " M.!.!. A i .v . .1 the grae oi an experienced landlord "V5 w"8 o.imu,Mi m ims vicuuiy uh wey nave over the railroad worLingraeai. u!1 iar Ui Ma'W open ana vop xug- Twotnings much needed in this wu? M pncMwawnm w usiycompeuuon. til-, 1 . .au,annA . vur " " uret-ciaaa ana warranted in very respect, i'tease cive us m vtit mvi v v s4eus vio n uvtVi 1 f V Vfj U4 VUVivA VI VV JUU WkU 4 ! a 1 . quality ana price. v e also uo repairing, repainting and retrunmuig in au its uranencs. ncasc remember tne place, l ours, good photographer. MiM M. Ta Ban fill has returned A special invitation to all to call at our shop and seo for yourselves. Bartlett & Vanderlip, Dealers in Foreign and American Marble, All orders for Monuments. Tombstones, and all other Marble work promptly miea ana satuiacuon guar...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 8 June 1882

KLY EXPOSITOR A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. Vol, 1, No. 4. BROOKWAY CENTRE, MICH., JUNE 8, 1882. Price, $1.00 a Year. WEE The Weekly Expositor. A Red Hot, Aggressive ami Pro gressive Journal for Live, Enterprising Headers. rUIiMrfllKD OX TIIUUSDAYS. $1 x Year Go: vor Six Months yff foi: Tiirkk Months. Dkl T. Si'tton, J as. A. M i:7jks, Proprietor. Editor & Manager. .AarVKKTIrilXG ItATJiS. 1 Inch card one year 3 5 00 1-S column iuIy one year 12 00 1-4 " 20 00 I -a 41 so oo 1-2 M " "' 00 1 l5 00 Business locals 5 cents per line. Clll'UCll DIItECTOUY. Methodist Protestant Church. Services alteniutlv at 10:MoVlc k ft. m.. and 7 p. ui. Jtev C. Ii. CLAKK. Pastor. Eun.lnr Bchool nt 'i p. J- s- bVFVlK. jfluivrliitfiiilfiit. Methodist Episcopal Church. SurricfH ttltoiiiatfly at WrM a. ni. and 7 p. m. KevC. W. II A US II MAN, PiiMor. 8undar School ut i p. m. V. IVOrKU, Kupcrinttiiilent. t'hnrrti ofVhrlst at the A. C, Chapel. Bervlcow at 11 a. in. SnMmtli School at .1 p. in. Prayer inett...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 8 June 1882

WEEKLY EXPOSITOR. DEL T. SUTTON, Publishie. BROCKWAY CENTER, - MICH flEWS OF TilE WEEK. UCUlQAh Ella McNeal, of Milllngton, who had been the victim of scandal by gossips, took laudanum with suicidal intent, and Is reported in critical condition. John Gordon, of Detroit, was sen tenced at Flint,Saturday,to fire years In the States Prison for aiding John Smith to escape. Smith had been convicted for the larceny of 1270 from Mr. Lau s on, of Fenton. On Friday, while engaged digging gravel from a pit four miles northwest of Kalamazoo, on the Grand Prairie road, Mr. J. W. Pierce, a well known farmer, and two of his men, were in stantly killed by the caving in of a pit, by which all were buried. The ex-soldiers of the war of 1861 met at Caro on Friday to organize the Tuscola County Association. Col. J. II. Richardson was chosen President. The Michigan Central Railroad Com pany, as soon as Mr. Vanderbilt shall have seen and approved the plans will proceed to erect a new depot building at D...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 8 June 1882

THE WAY-SIDE WELL. He stopped at the way aid well, Where the water was cool and deei), TUw" erdiinttiery rerua'i-wixt the iuy stones, Auil (tray was Uia ol I wll sweep. IIh left bis carriage -M e; -Nor could oorxhni ui or fo tuiua Ml Wi y tbe master sttv ad lu tin tiust r a I ii drlt at t v-"Mr well. He swayed with bis gloved banc s The well-sweep craklng and slow, Wlille from toia ail ccar la the buckol's side The v.rrtr platel tuick below. He lifted it to lao Cdilt, And bent dowii to the buckets prim; Hd furrows of time or ra.-tt Jia 1 murkxi The face that looked back at him. He saw buti faiuifiV lNy 'As be stooped o'er fie brim to drink, And ruddy aud taund was the laughing face That met his over tlio brink. Xhl eyes we-e suuuy aud clear, Aud thu trow uuilluinifd by care, While from under the t r.ra of Uieold straw bit Strayed curls of chestnut hair. He turned away wllli a sigh, Nor could coachman or footman tell Why the Ulster stopped in his ride that day To drink at t'te way-on...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 8 June 1882

CORRESPONDENCE. i:t rSrrenwoet. There is plenty of rain hero this reason. The weather keeps cool but the crojis U)k well. A. Fisher is building an addition to his house which will add greatly to the appearance ol his farm and also to the neighborhood. II. J. "Wilcox, a well-to-do fanner hero, has some valuable horses and also a man and team on the road en gaged in the egg business and is ilotng well. David Hast man is building a largo barn to replace the one that burned down last tcnt ember. Paul Willey is farming quite ex tensively this summer. He is a good farmer and we wiish him well. Frank Wileoi has purchased him self a horse and buggy. The horse is young but judging from its ap pearance, it will make a good driver. Geo Lock is building a summer kitchen to his house, he also has a store here and is doing well. Mr Adle is doing well in the mer chantile business. Our school is quite large this sum mer the average attendance being about fifty-four: The Sunday School is progressing...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 15 June 1882

KLY EXPOSITOR a live Paper makes a live town. VoL 1, No. 5. BROCK WAY CENTRE, MICH., JUNE 15 1882. Price, $1.00 a Year. The Weekly Expositor. A Ked Hot, Aggressive and Pro grcssivu Journal for Live, Enterprising Readers. PUBLISHED ON THURSDAYS. o $1 a Ykar (JOc? ron Six Months 30o kok Tiikkk Months. - o Dm. T. Sutton, Proprietor. J as. A. Mkxziks', Editor it Manager. ADVERTISING RATI:. 1 lneh card one yar 8 " 00 1-8 column adv one vear 12 00 1-4 20 00 14 44 30 00 15 " M . :!. 00 1 . 44 44 c..- oo Buginea locals R conts per line. CIIUUCII DIltECTORY. Mrttiedlat Protectant Churcn. r?lo alteruatelv At 10:30 o'clock n. m.. and 1 p. bi. ltcv V. II. L'LAltK ritHtor. dayHchnol at p. in. J. S. DUKFIK, HuiXH'intendent. Metfiodlat Episcopal t'titirrrt. Trice alfc'rnatvly nt 1":) a. m. and 7 p. in. licvl'. W. HAKSlIMAX. Pastor. Sunday 8chiK.I Ht i p. m. ('. OOOl'KR. KiliMMintriitlrllt. Church fl'hrUt at the A. C, Chapel. Iferrlceaat 11 a. in. SnWmth School at p. in. Frayer bufUiii; erwy Thm-ml...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 15 June 1882

WEEKLY EXPOSIfOlt. PEL T. SUTTON, Publisher. BROCKWAY CENTER, MICH.J SEWtf OFJT11E WEEK. MICHIGAN. The ichooner Industry went down on Satur. da within ten rods of shore at South Haven, and all on board were lost. The boat was owned by Capt. John King of St. Joseph, who, with his son Edward was drowned. The Captain was widely known, having naTlgnted the lakes for forty years. The gale of Satur. day was terrlflo all along the coast Tht Hattle Earle went ashore at St. Joseph with slight damage Louis Manicler, mate of the tog K. M. Peck and fireman David Plant were drowned by the capsizing or a smau hnriL iLW.Howa. watchman on the steam ship "City of Rome" was washed overboard Sunday morning about 2:30 and drowned 15 miles from Long Point A daughter of Mrs. Warrant deceased of Kalamazoo, of small-pox Is U with vario loid. In the Coldwater arson case, Chief Drake of the fire department Is held for trial with ball fixed at f 1,000. Mrs. J. Teed of Decatur was killed by ei press train No. ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 15 June 1882

TIIE MILLER'S WOOING. .jf meal little, lore uie long," Rang tbe dusty miliar io his wheat art, and hit song Did a uialse aud (brill bar. 151.1 uie barly hope; Oh, glr e Me ouo grain of comfort ; I would oat on thee and lira HolJiug ou to some fort. "in your rjcb now love looka alilne, Thure llt-a creal pleasure, Oh I hoiuin juya are mine, Killing up my measure." Cauie the niaiJea'a corn-ful laugh At the miller's fawning ; "You can't winnow girl with oUafl tir f to you good morning." KPITAPH ON A. riUNTKH. Beneath tb U atona ia laid the lorin Of euo, a cood typesetter, Wlie, after lile'a aunsbine and atorm, Distributes bia dead letter. . ? Although on earth he was no aage, Yet he waa not a fool, For while upou life's busy atage He lired by one good rule. Full many IVieuda at loaat a score Of sympathizing faces, Around Ills b-d sad glances wore, Aa shorter grew life's spaces. II cte wait not an empty one. For be kept not aloof From otliorr, so, bis tank being done. II alio ej a good, ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 15 June 1882

CORRESPONDENCE. o lcck NdU'n, Fiiitf growing weather this. Joel M. Jones has purchased a fine hearse ami brought it to town. 31 r Keller has purchased the blacksmith shop formerly owned ly Johu Hailey. Geo W. Savell has just received a full lino of whips which he will sell at cost. Call and examine his stock. A temperance lecture was given in the Advent church last Friday evening ly Charles 1. Itussell. A Good Templars Lodge was organ ized with 30 members. S. O. Welsh has started his new hhingle mill. Valley Centre Crops are looking well in this Ticinity and give promise oi an abundant harvest. The llecket boys have purchased the machinery for their gristmill. The mill will be iV2 x 42 and 18 feet high above the wall. The engine used will be a 35-horse power. A gentleman from St. Clair Co. is going to start a furniture factory. M. M. Stone has returned from Alpena whore he has been for the past year. W. H. York is building an eleva tor at Mindon. J. II. Docket will take charge of hi...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
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