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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 9 November 1882

t i E XPOSITO H A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. BROOK WAY CENTRE, MICH., NOVEMBER 9, 1882 Vol. 1, No. 26. Price, $1.00 a Year. R V V JO AJ JL 4 1 1 Ttis Weekly Expositor. A Ked Hot, Aggressive and Pro gressive Journal for live, Knterprisihg Headers. PUBLISHED ON" THURSDAYS. $1 x YKAn 0(o Kon Six Months goo . you Tn uk k Mom us. o Dj:u T. Sutton, Jas. A. Mknziek, Proprietor. Editor t Manager. ADVERTISING MATUS. 1 Inch card one year 8 5 00 1-8 column udv o:ie year 12 00 1.4 " " 20 00 i-a " so oo " 35 00 X 65 00 Business locals 5 cents per line. CHURCH DIRECTORY. Methodist Protcutaut Church. Sorvloe alternately at 10:30 o'clock a. in., and 7p.m m. HOV U. 11. CLaUKi I'tucor. eaiuUy School at i p, m. J. 8. DUFFIE, Superintendent. Methodist Uplscopal Church. Services alternately nt 10:30 a. m. arfd 7 p. m, Rev V. W. HAKSHMAN. PnHlor. Sunday School at J p. in. C. COOPKK, Superintendent. Church oft hi 1st at the A. C, C repel. Services at 11 a. in. Sabbath School at 8 p. m. IteTcr citMiliru...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 9 November 1882

The Weekly Expositor. DEL T. SUTTON, Fublisher. BROCK WAY C EXT Ell, MiCII GENERAL XOTES 'Just before leaving his old ho,me, Liberty Hull' Crawfordayille, for the Executive. Mansion at Atlanta, Ga., the other day," the Hon. Alexander II. Stephens went through the house with the gentlemen who hail come to escort him to the capital, and talked freely of the history of the place. "I bought this house," he said, "in 1812; and to day for the first time it is to be closed up. We are packing up everything and the house will be closed except for Mr. O'Xeil, an old friend of mine, who is now approaching his ninetieth year, and who will contiue to live here. . . Tias room (i bedroom adjoining the library) was occupied the nifcht it was finished by Smith O'Brien, the last of the line of the Irish kirgs of Munster the grandest man in some respects I ever knew. I never entertained a greater man." ' Mr. Stephens was un mistakably sad on leaving the old place, and sadder still were ,his tenants an...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 9 November 1882

. THE C0UTEa6IUN. ' ' Ala! the w!"rj t l-" ,'owf. I tie nltfht is Vrfiy 0ti It tad still, Aud la tue aiirtUt. rar below I bear the board! whip-poor-will; I scarce can see ) rl ahead, Mj ear are straiuod to catch eac'i sound; I i,.r ih . U iwa atxiut trie she.l. Aiid tho utriuiia buLblinif thronjrh tie grouud. Alrtr.ir Mm haten nath I IMC. Vh.r-i white rajs mark my eentrj's track; la formless shrubs 1 seetn to trace Tue riu a form with bendin back. 1 think I saw him crouching low; I amp aid list, I stoop, and peer, Uutll the iieUri boring hillocks irruw To groups of warnon fr and near. t i Wl'b ready pace I wait and watch, Uutll uiy eyes, tamtil tr grown, Detect sach huruilntu) eirthnu uotcn. And turn guerillas ln;o stone; Aod then, anumff the loaeiy glo m, Be'ieatb tbo weird old tulip trees, My silent march I resume, And think ou other Hint than these. Sweet visions through the silent Bight, rue deep tiay wiudJW fringi I with vine, The room within la softened ligh The tender aillk w...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 9 November 1882

CORRESPONDENCE. . o Mluclru .Murrain ms. It is surprising Low far a candidate for ofllse can see a voter before election and bo w to hiui. The first of a course of tie lectures was delivered In the M. J2. church in Minden by the Rev Thos 0. JIuckle of Fort Hope on Friday evening Oct 27th. A large appreciative audience greeted the lecture. The second will be given on Tuesday evening Nov 14 by the Rev Thos Stalker of Port Huron sub Ject "looking fur a man." The courso promises to be a grand success. The Ubley and Tyre il. E. churches are to bo dedicated on Tuesday and Wedneuday of next week. The liveliest town in Sanilac Co is Minden. The reason is York & Mc Donald are paying the highest cash price for grain. Obrien J. Atkinson made a political speech in Minden last Friday evening. ' The talented lawyex baa a zeal worthy of a bette cause. Josepn Maybee and Jane Lindsay of White Rock were marmd last Sabbath in Minden by Rev J. Bettis. Mr Mulloy a brother of Wm Mulloy our druggist, ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 10 November 1882

Weekly rfiA'D ip mat v ' , A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVETOVN. ili is U W k i Vol. 1, No. 27. )KI A ll' Hot, Aggressive and Pro greive Journal for Live, 'Xterp rising Headers. nrLIIIEI) ON THURSDAYS. 1 xYkai: (.': ron Six Mo.vriis Uo nr. Tiikkk MnNTHS. Dl.'L T. Sl'TTON, Propiet or, J as. A. Mkxziks, I'M it or it Manager. A 1 ) V I vr 1 S ! X ( i U A T I M . 1 inch card ow year 1-5 celumu jv.Iv one year 1-4 1-" " " ' 3 " 00 12 00 20 00 SO 00 G." 00 Eusiness locals 5 cents per line. CHURCH DIRECTORY. r.Ji'tiiutUst Protestant i hurch. Services altcrniitoly at 10:30 o'clock a.m.. and 7 ji. ta. H.v C. U. CLAKK, I'uMtor. ' tiwJrvSclioolotS p.m. J. S. DUFFIE, . Supt'rinteiidunt. Methodist IlpNcopal Church. E.tvIcim alt'-rnntilv at M:) n. in. and 7 p. in, i:.'v c.w. HAUsiiMAN, rumor, Puu lay School at : p. in. C. COOTElt, 8niHrintndnt. ChnrrH o!t;hrlit at the A. C. Chapel. H(rvti" nt 11 a. in. Salilmth School at 3 p. m, 7:lJ! rreycr nifotir.ic every Thurtklay evening E r SIX ESS 1)111 ECTOE Y. r...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 10 November 1882

The Weekly Expositor. DEL T. SUITON, FUBLlsuia. BROCKWAY CENTER, micii STATE HEWS. A Mrs. Ferkins, of Midland City, agd 70 jwrt, IwiPjf upon uMt to her daugh ter t Colorado Spring, mail the auwnt of Pikb' Pak on homeback a few days ago, Urtlng from Miuiitou at 7 a. m., and reaching that iiac at 7 i. m.,tb return trip hating been aiHde in a Minding anow atorm. Woolston Comfort, of Tecumseh, raised 40,000 heads of cabbage from 10 acre of ground, and it Bailing the crop for 5 cent per head. Andrew Larsen, of Greenville, was thrown from a wagon and tilled '.ast week. Harmon Allen, a prominent citizen of Milan, waa ahot at one afternoon by a man named David Rella, the ball entering the but toned part of bis overcoat, pawing through his undercoat and vest and ntupplog against bis unden-hirt. The pistol used was only a 22 calibre or the result might have ben more serious. Prof. L. R. Taylor, formerly one of the proprietors of the Ishpeuiii'g Iron Home died In Washington a few days ago. He ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 10 November 1882

TIME TO ME. BT CHAKLf 8 8 WAIN. l imn to rot this truib hath taught, 'lis a truth thai worth wiling; Mrro offoa'l from w tut of tiiotuht, Than from :iuy wifctof few Inif. It aivle wh would couTr y, Tber a time wo thcuM cosvey tt; If '? bu word to say, Trm'e n time la which to a y It. Miioy :t fcMU'jm flower (Ways, ILonL 't wh t-nj Ufc'rM ho inucb; SomeUiiiitf rHtTni. oil it Dlaya, Wbtoii uu bum tu al l Ciu touch. S:, la many a Uwvg brat, Lies suir cut. Icer-grief coiichmIihI, That, if toucimi, la m.r oppressed, Left untu lltilf la healed. Off, aokuowlniity, the tongue Touch A a cmrd so ncninir, '1 bat a word or hccttot wron, tail a Hi bMKrt almost to brehKing:. Many a tear of wounded prld, Many a fault of human bltiifiritss, Has ttn soothed or turned hI it, By a qult voke of ktudaei s. Time to me this truth hath taught, ' a truth ttoai's woilh revealing; Morn offmid from want of thought, Thau from any want of fettling. BUT ONE WOHD. "Tfcerel I think that's pretty enough for auy body...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 10 November 1882

l okresponiu-:nce IVcli Joftiii'..' Quite a number of our young men from this vicinity lave gor.o to tho lumber woods. Wo wish the tdsanty boys good times. Captain McLcod has movd into his new house. That comet U moving south with his train. There's no danger r.ow 0 1. Our German friend i hack among us again. At tho McDonald auction sale, bidding was lively and most every thing went high, especially cattle. .Several cows went so high that they .might have "jumped over tho moon." Wo nearly, ruined our eyesight watching them go uj, T- -ii. I'arso Xotcs. lloport of Greenwoo.l U. S. S., Dist No 3. No of meetings 20; Average attend? n?s CI; No. of verses recited as follows, by thre.o littlo girls not over 10, 12 and 13 5 ears: Arrahia Way. 3,157; Margaret Way, 2,2 IS ; Abbio Nuar, 2.S4S. We eballengo the county to teat this. Whole no of ver ses recited by school M"'.'. Part of the school used ltcson leaves and did not learn verses. Financial IJeport and our expenses for papers and cards ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 23 November 1882

pi l : W EEKLY A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. Vol. I, No. 28. BROCKWAY CENTRE, MICH., NOVEMBER 1882 Price, $1.00a Year. Tii3 Veskly Expositor, A Red I !t, Aggressive ami Pro jisivo Joui'nal for Live, Enterprising Rcadcru. rUliLISIIEH OX THURSDAYS. 3 a Yi:u COc rn Six Aloxuis tec i on Ti!:m:i; .ItTiirf. Ja. A. Mkn-zies, Editor fc Manager, A I V i '-UT 1 :4 1 x ; It AT US. 1 inch rani ono year 1-S column sulv out? year 1-4 i-J 44 44 44 j . i t 0 r oo 12 oo uo oo :;a oo 3. oo 1 44 4 4 4 4 05 00 Business local?? a cents per line. Clinton nut kct o it y, Mi.-ihodIt I'roJcstant Church. Fiyrvk-ffi alternately at 10:30 o'clock a. m.. and 7 x m. Ilev C. H. CLAKK. Timtor. GaasUy School ai i p, w. J. S. DUFFIE, SuptTinttMident. Elathoilst LIpIscopal Church. fiarrlfos al'enipMy nt 1f:J" tt. m. nnl 7 p. m. liev A. J. ilOLMKH. PnHtor. Sunday Bohool at 'i . m. S. (J. K1CTTIS. SuiMMinteiident. tlhuirh of ;!irlit at the A. l 1'hapcl. BcrTlcranr 11 a. in. S-ihhnth School ot 3 p. m. Fraycr nut-tin;; ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 23 November 1882

The Weekly Expositor. DEL T. SUTTON, PUBLISHES. BROCK WAY CENTER, Mien STATE MEWS. Martin S. Cole of Battle Creek has attempted suicide four times, and the last at gnpt nw prove fatal. A year ago Jeremiah Stackhouse was onvlcted and sentenced to prison for 10 years for baring burned a mill in Calhoun county. Be U now to be Riven a new trial.. Wm. Staples of Medina, an old gen tleman and a former resident of Hudson, corn Bitted sutolde by cutting his throat lael week. Burglars entered the house of Milton Brown of Kile, carried off hie pantalooas and rifled the pockets. Tbehouseof Mr.Cofflnger, chief engineer of the fire department, was alio entered, but the thieves were frightened away, The Cincinnati, Wabash A Lake Michigan railroad will begin to run through trains from Cluclnaatl to Benton Harbor next week. A telegraph line is now in operation between Cantervllle and Nottawa. Ebeneezer Wade, a pioneer business man of Corunna,dled the first of tbeweek aged 72 years. Archibald Scott ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 23 November 1882

QUIETLY WAIT. Quietly wait. It l! 6inffii iouirht Are numberei ritli what Cbri t bath bought, It found wltbla tbe boundary line Of real foj, they etnll be tklne; TcougQ euas my ri, ant aunt may et. The Lord cannot Hit word forget, Quietly wait. Thou rnayeat not know All that He will in loe bestow; With mraap uf m'.od, and faith to email. Thou coultJst not comprehend it all. But trust an lit; I children do, And Ibou bbalt find each promise true. Quietly wnlt lu eurubst prayer, Fr sloth m;y ut thy waiting share; OVrcome with eii.. ihmi mayeet not tee, Theuxb Jeeus ebom.l tranbQzared be. Then wake utnt watcb, and glory bright Shall break with more than morning's light 8uletly wait; let no unrott r cloud of doubt disturb tby breast; Wait till tt e Siririk'a power Is given, Descendinjrto thy boul from Heaven. Walling and watching-, Lois ojr plea, Jesus this fullae-ia proinised ine. Qaletly wait; uoi thiuk iniespent The boors to faithful waiting lent While we are watching through the uigh...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 23 November 1882

CORRESPONDENCE. tirocfcuav Hit. Oji 'liiura Uy evening Nov i'Lli the He?,ole rooster ciwod louJ ar.d in Ihla placa until lie got so warm over the h'm b'ainj lue tlio men hjkI boys built that it was found nfifusssary t) got Juct Joruon'd anvil;? to atjp tho racket. Jas IVarco and C. Coo;ir, o JJrock way Centre wtre in town last week. Tho K. O. T. M'a of this placo gave an entertainment on Wednesday even ing last. A gooJly number attended. Hugh Mt-Goo is at present visiting in New York Bt'ite. Tho work on TI103 Martin's new house i3 progressing finely under the management of Win Moore. 11. A. Guatin Is busy constructing a dwelling house for Mis John Cotton, "We aro afraii that Bert will whip his fingers a number of time before hf. gets it enclosed. Tyv.o; Flimleu .Murmuring. "Winter is upon us. The Lord bloss tho rich the poor can ber. Happy is the man whoso neighbor has a good pile of wood for lie Khali be remembered by day and uiglit. Tho -Edito- of tbe "Huron Tribuno" is throwing h...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 30 November 1882

EEKLY ci Tnnrfti'irB A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. VoL 1, No. 29. BROOKWAY CENTRE, MICH., NOVEMBER 30, 1882 Price, $1.00 a Year. ThB Weekly Expositor. A Rod Hot, Aggraivo and Pro gressive Journal for Live, Enterprising Headers. PUBLISHED ON THURSDAYS. o tl A YKA.B 60c FOR SlX MoJiTII 39o for Turkic Moktus. o Jas. A. Mbxxies, Editor fc Manager, ADVERTISING HATES. 1 inch card one year 1-8 column udv one year 1-8 " j. 2 44 d 5 00 12 00 20 00 30 00 85 00 65 00 Business locals 5 cents per line. CHURCH DIRECTORY. Methodist Protestant Church. Ferrloce alternately at 10:80 o'clock a. tn.. and f p. en. IterC. It. C'LAKK. raster. Buaday Bchool at 2 p. in. J. 8. DUFFIE, 8uperintndant. Methodist Episcopal Church. ferricee alternately at 10:30 a. m. and 7 p. m. liv A. J. HOLM EH, Paiitor. Eaaday School at 'J p. m. S. U. BETTIS, Superintendent. Caurca of Christ at the A. C, Chapel. Strrloct at 11 a. m. Sabbath School at 3 p. ni, Prayer meeting every Tuurtiday .Tening 7:80. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. C...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 30 November 1882

Tlio Weekly Expositor. DEL T. SUTTON, rTOLlSHXB. BItOCKWAY CENTER. MICH NEWS OF THE WEEK, FOREIGN. AN XXC1TINQ MEETING. Over 10,000 persona attended a meet ing of the Irish naUoual Udgu Leld at TuUk, IrslinJ,rsc-ntly. Among tti speakers were 8ulllvu and OKelUy. members of parlia ment. The latter referred to what be called the efforts of Davltt to fpHt the Irish party and said they were tantamount to b tabbing Ireland In the hack. Hs threatened to res'jro his seat If the country wavered In lte allegiance to ParnelL He aavlaed tin farmers to take advantage of the arrears of rent act. Votes of confi'ience la the epnakm were carried. BELLIGERENT STUDENTS. Students of the university of Kazan, In Basel in consf quence of the severity of police regulation?, created disorders and the unlvorelty has been closed because of aggra vating orders issued by the curator of the nniveislty of St. Petersburg. Active demon strationsot dUsAUsfactioa by th students are anticipated. . CRITICAL. - The Arch...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 30 November 1882

MICHIGAN. statu newg; The postofflce at Sprlngport, Jackson conDty.wM robbed ens night Jast week o; 320J worth of nUmp and tl50 casb. Irou ore for the new f uriisice at Man celona on the (1. B. Jt I. railroad Is now ar riving at Mackinaw City from a mine on the Marqustt", H ight-in & Ontonagon railroad, thus gaai U Ui furuaed without change cart or trk nir bulk. Edward NortoD, of Saginaw City, wio at the bottom of a well IS feet deep, when a brick fell from the top .tilling him on the head, laiury slight. The United States express company la about to open an office at Kalamazoo. At midnight a Ore was discovered in Traoej's livery barn Rt Grand Ledge, and was then pact control. Four horses, an omnibu i cutter and some harness were burned. Kuraoce, $700. News has been received that In E, UlHson of near Marshall was drowned near IY.waa Clu. wbir he went two weeks ao ou n hunting expedition with a large party of others. Frank Miller, proprietor of a saloon in Brooklyn, put Wiufleld ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 30 November 1882

err wtyrmr ir.j. WM. w C O R K i: S PO ND E N C K. Mm .Tame liuniHl Is visiting her daughter, MruS. M. A'inton at Jcetw Villc, Kulkaka Co. Miss Abuie Ilosneris nuffngcd in tbe PoutUtc knlttinjf factory." . Tl.e "Capae Anrus" ia now a dream ftheiiaat in wliith on euUlics fit ful Kl-iupfcs "f "auburn" locks in clos proximity with a won-be-xono editor vainly endeavoring to churn a "bridal cow" into a "collar box." Yea verrily the Jingle improveth on ftctjuaintaiift. Donation party for the leneftt of Hev II. 1); Miller at the AI. I parson- e N ednofiday eve. Tln 8?hoo' willbtt elwed for Thauka giving. Another weddiug on Uit particu lars later. Won't somoonn ft up something n the Thankfc)?iviUK question. We are liemtly sick of '1I1030 ever repeated 'turkey roost high" especially when our turkey is a hut years chicken An revoir. "Sweet Biunt." l'arso (Meanings. Samuel, son of Chas "Way, la very eick with tho brain lover. Albert Cracker's little daughter Bertha Ja gaining slowly. Win Paisl...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 7 December 1882

KXPGSI 17i I? X A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LfVE TOWN. VoL 1, No. 30. BROCKWAY CENTRE, MICH., DECEMBER 7, 1082 Price, 81.00 a Year. I H . CTi'TTW-'J.-i- '!.". T!is Weekly Expositor. A Hod Hot, Aggressive and Pro grcsivo Journal for Lire, Ihiterprising Headers. PUBLISHED OX THURSDAYS. o $1 a Yeak COc koh Six Months f 2i?c fob Tiiuuk Months. Jaa. A. Mkxzies, Eilitor & Manager Aivr.im!Nr: u.mw. . 1 Inch caul oik1 year S 5 00 IS column adv one year 12 00 1-4 " " 20 00 1-8 " yo oo 1-S 44 35 00 1 " C5 00 Easiness locals 5 cents per line. OHUIICK DIIiECTOUY. lcll'flUt Piotestaut Church. JVrvIee.i alternately at 10:-"W o'c lock a. m.. and 7 l-. in. Kev C. U. CL.AKK, FftHtor, iS'iaJav SjVjoI at i i. m. J. S. DUFFIE. Superintendent Methodist episcopal Church. BcitIc'.'s alternately at 10:30 h. hi. and 1 p. m Kev A. J. lloLMKM. 1'P.mor. 8iuid.iv School at -J p. ni. S. (J. HKTTIS, Suiieriiitendeiit Church of Christ at the A. C Chapel 8TTlo !ut 11 u. m. Silibath School at 8 p. r rrajrt-r aieetiiiR ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 7 December 1882

The Weekly - Expositor. J. A. Mknziks, E liter and Manager. BROCKWAY CENTER. MICH STATE HEWS. U.S. Grant, jr., v. ith his wife and baby Is at Adrian vlsiUng friends. Benato ChaflUe, Mr. Grant's father, formerly livd at Adrian, and she ha relatives there. Dr. Edwin Shaw died at Allen the first of the week. Ho bad practiced medicine in that Trinity for about 20 year, and wa widely known and much respected. The notes, checks, etc., stolen from Barrows A Bona' safe at Armada but June, hare been fouud where they were secreted by th thieves, under a crosswalk. They were all there and In fair condition. The butter plate factory of L. Car penter Jt Co. and the baeket and box factory ef N. B. Hall & Co., at Benton Harbor, burned recently. The loss of Carpenter A Co. la about $3,000, with no Insurance, aod that of Hall & Co. about. fS.OM), with 9 3.0C0 losarano. Some Grand Rapids workmen, in learlag down an old fence, atruck a mine of ellver spoons, knives, napkin rings, eto., which b...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 7 December 1882

Scientific Notes. Tho Stinging Tree. Through the tropical scrubs of Queensland are very luxuriaat and beautiful, they are not without their dangerous drawbacks, for there is one plant growing in them that is really aeaaiy in its meets, that Is to say, deadly in the same way that one would apply the term to Are; as, if a certain portion of one's body is burnt by the Btingiug tree, death would be the result, It would be as safe to pass through fire as to f.ill into one of these trees. They are found growing from two and three incnes nigh to ten and fifteen feet; in the old ones the stem is whitish, and red berries usually grow on the top. It emits a peculiar smell, but is best known by its leaf, which is nearly round on the top, and is jabbed all around, the edge like the' nettle. All the leaves are large some larger than a saucer. "Sometimes" says a traveler, "while shooting turkeys in the scrubs, I have entirely forgotten the stinging tree till warned of its close proximity by its s...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 7 December 1882

'ORRESFONDENCC. From t):c Hi . Wm LV.tim 111 Yt:C1. Las moved on Ida farm Chark-v Pi alcr w is Tfiankasivi-'i:;-. home to spend N. Y., la C. "A. i:miKi.l.-3. of l'olciu, visiti:; relatives iu town. A. I). tt-wtthaa removed his tailor oriujj eauMiblmient from Cohoe & Son's builJh: to the room ne.t the po.ito;'::co. Bernard Walker U home aalnnot having uiudos.iLisfkilory terms rejjurd ing l!io expe.o".ed situation ia X. Y. btute. Our village vai tho scene of another weddin;: 0:1 Wednesday. A daughter of John Lang, our viilao blacksmith, having takwi to herself a Lamb, "for LttU r or wor.se", etc. Minora Mm lauiiujt. Dr A. Id. Jidmson of Sand leach and an old resident of Huron Co died last Weduuiday and was buried on Saturday. 1 1 1.- lrotLcr Pr.Tohu 1011 of linden wa in constant at tendance from his lir.st sitJvUoss and Lad the. ablest phy.sieians in council, but it v.t.3 of no avail. Captain J. C. Uontccou of the Wit h State Temperance alliance gave us a rousinij epeclt on tho re...

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