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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 14 December 1882

v EKLx T r3-! .1 1 ALIVE PAPER MAKEo A IJVETOWW. BROCKWAY CENTRE, MlbH., DliOSIvIBSi: 14, 1882 Vol 1, No. 31. Price, J I. CO ::..Yu.j.. POSITOR Tiis Weekly Exposiior. A IleJ Hot, Aggress'ivo and Pro gressive Journal for Live, Enterprising Readers. ruuusnED ox Thursdays. $1 a Year COo run Six Movtiisi 88o vou Tuber Months. J as. A. Mkxziics, Editor tfc Manager. ADVKRTISIXCi KATES. 1 Inch card one. year .1-8 coliunu ndv one year 1-4 1-8 " " 9 5 00 12 00 20 00 r.o oo 35 00 U5 00 Business locals 5 cents per line. OH Unci I D I II K( JTO 11 Y. XctuOdt Protestant C'Uurclu Borrleca ftltornatolv at 10:50 o'clock a.m.. and t p. m. Rev C. U. CLARK Tftstor. Suiulay ScUoul tt !i r- u- J- s- IUFFIE, Superintendent. m.Oi.mIUI I'lt'sronal Church. gurvicwa altcrnatolyut 10;.Wm. m. nml . p. in I'.eV A. J. HOLMES. Pastor. r... l CI . ,.t o n im K U ltKTTIS. HupHnnienueni. CCiwrcli of Christ at the A. C, Chapel. Service lit 11 a. ni. Sabbath School at 3 p. ni, rrajor neeUiij; every Thursday eveuini: ....

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 14 December 1882

The Weekly Expositor. 4. A.. Minziks, Editor aud Manager. BROCK WAY CENTER. MICII STATW NEWS. About 160,000,000 feet of lumber bas been out at Meuorotnee this seasen, 81 CQO.OOO lath aud l7,0t.0,lW0 shingles. Oath WUconslu side, Jwt across from tfeuoinlnee, the out bat been nearly as great. Thomas Rhodes, of Coliwater, fell from a scaffold at the opera house la tbat city, breaking one of his leifs. Prof. Manly Miles, formerly of the Michigan state agricultural college, has ac cepted th chair of agriculture at the Maesa. chuaetta agricultural college. Wm. P. Norris, formerly clerk of the Forbes house at Marshall, and later at f 1 1 c to the Fraser bouse at Bay City, died at ajamasoo recently. The recently organized Chippewa lumber company has purchased from Sagi naw parties a tract of pin in the town of Chippewa, 12 miles east of Big Rapid, on the railroad, paylBg f 130,010. The pine is esti mated at lOa,OOJ,000 feet, and allot It will probably be sawed at Dig Biplds, Mich. Wm. P. Lo...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 14 December 1882

IRTflCR TO CONGRESS. MESSAGE OF THE CHIEF MAGIS TRATE OF THE NATION. His ilooommendations on the Vart ous Matters tnat are of Na tional Importance. Congress assembled Dec 4th and the Pretidecrt uiessaire wiisrexaiu im ariHrnooa la it bft first cans atteiitlun to lb gratlruur condition of !'' gn affairs. All relRtioni. with other uut.wus nro most harraoulous, llifbt differences Delnif already waled or In fair way to early adjustment Tru arrest of clctxan of the. uunl sunns ia Ireland Has lea to xt0Dlr oorreioudeiici ami ths release of tbs arrested ivrties. The discussion on in)sii)rvif-lru u.i control of an Inter ocean ic canal across ta American isthmus con tinues, but will probably be largely Battled bj tbe lape of time. Toe continuance of f rleadly relations with ttnssla bai ld ti prMldant to proffer the earnest counsels, of our government for the relief of the proscribed HaDrews in that coun try, and ao far no American citizen, so far as kuovnt, has there been Burnet to arrest. T...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 14 December 1882

.? m vrtTl"'T'v,''''l "" CO R R ESPOND ENCE. From tho HukU. "Gils' Allen, son of AV. J. Alien of tlits place, is homo f1 Detroit, after a two year absence from the village. James BanGl Jr., bad the second linger of his left hand nearly cut off at the first joint by being caught in one of the tlevatorj in hi father' mill at this place- on Monday last. Ou "Wednesday of this week th resignation of the oillcc of supervisor, by Mr Ruhard Shutt of thin town ship, -was aeeopted by tho township board, and Mr .(. W. Curtis ap pointed in his itead for tho balenee of the present term. a s i am OIJK ARTS. ltv c. W. Stmf too, r-aJ nt the TliaiiK.i.'ivii. SSiTviffs iii Ui-oekw.iy. Art, litio literature gains no pro minence through unworthy devotee. The spirit like tho body, ia nourish ed by "what it feeds or. The mind is nourished by truth, and ths coul by goodner.!, just as the body is nourish ed by material elereav.t?. Our Creat or, who h3 displayed, his love and wisdom in the creation, has rIj...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 21 December 1882

T71T7Cr7"T A7 OSIT .'.Jglif-U A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. Vol. 1, No. 32. Tiis Weekly Expositor, A Ecd Uot, Aggressive and Pro gressive Journal for Live, Enterprising Readers. o' rUttUSUEJJ OX THURSDAYS. II a. Yeah 00c kok Six Moxths 5c!o yon Tiikhk Months. J as. A. Mexzies, Editor & Manager, ADV12KTISXXG HATES. 1 inch card one year 8 5 00 1-8 column adv one year 12 00 1-4 44 ' 20 00 1-8 44 44 " 80 00 1-2 " ' M 3!i 00 1 44 44 t53 00 IJuslneaa locals 5 cents per lino. GnUKi'ir DIItEOTOUY. ittethftditl Protestant Cuurcli. JtorYifC alternately at 10:30 o'clock a. m.. and r iu. llev C. B. CL.AK1C. Pastor. t'-uujAT .School at i p. m. J. H. DUFFIH, Superintendent. MelhodUt Episcopal Caurcb. So-vkt ultertiatolv nt 10:3o a. m. and 7 p. m ItvvA.J. HOLMES. tor. Jhwdny rVliool at i p. m 8. O. BKTTIS. riuperintendent. Ohurca of Chrlit at the A. C, Chapel. Herviowe at il a. in. Sabbath School at S p. m, Prj-sr lueeiiujC every ThurKday eveuluz 7:So. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. C L. DALUINTINL 4 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. — 21 December 1882

The Weekly Expositor J. A. Menzies, Kditur and Manager. BROCKWAY CENTKK. MICH. state ymrs. Fred Elder and Henry Holmes will play seven games of chehs for 100 a side at Bay City the tlil half of next week. Henry Howell, dangerously pounded Oly Thompson with an irou poker lu a Clio bar ber shop oue uiglit, aud thou lied. J. W. Smith of Ovid reports that lie waa assaulted by two men, lu Detroit, who rol bed biiu of about (5 caf.li aud some valuuble papers. Silas Dixon, an old resident of Ma comb county, died ut Mt. Clemens, aged 70 years, lie was custom houe ollieer there for tuauy years. An Ovid child having been treated for everal mouths for polypus in the nose, the little oue was taken to Detroit to have t he polypus cut out. It proved to be a shoe button. A Clio farmer, named Miller, had one of his feet crushed between two cars w Idle atteuiptiug to pass through a train which stood across his patli. John Manning rescued him Irom death at the risk of his owu life. Augusta Sterling, ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 21 December 1882

CIIIIISTTOAS CIII.TIES. "Chlni?! CAiW Chimb I CHIME!" The winter winds blow chilly, Through the long and dreary night; But tho old church Mis ring gaily In the grav, dim uiorulng light. Iu the mooulight cold and glmining, .Shines the white uiul sparkling suow; And the morning sunlight blenueth With the hearth-Urea ruddy glow J "Chime ! CAiWCiume! CHIME I" Hound bells of the holy L'hrlBtmas time, Wake with your music the echoes that sleep I Where In h e-fettered fountains, Or 'mid the gray mouutaius, Their solemn wateh keepl Ring out your gladness o'er hillside and main; Ulug! till the New Year's bells who the strain, Toll I for the Old Year's reeord of wrong; Wall I for Its hses lu agoulzed bong; Chant I a glad puon for victories won, Aud an authetu of hope for the days that will come. "Chime! CAiW Chimb! CniMEl" Flash ruddy tires! lu your roseate light. Weave us lair picture of memories bright, (J olden and warm let the yule log burn; As the pages of memory's tablet we turn. Nmc of...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 21 December 1882

C o- R F-S POND E N C E. j V.'.i-h ( oi l tmpiwidi'liC J Wimer having ccme iu caniot j ami with it good hltfijs-hiiiit, we ;ue j trying to enjoy nnd male tin htt i it. I M......I., ..... iiu' mnn iiir on tlif Hew railro:ul from 1't. Huron t AlMiont, to tlu great pleasure and enjoyment of many on the line, im perially those in anl near Mcniphi. ext ve bhall lool for the telegraph and daily mails. Many are now preparing for Santa Clau and tin holidays. A Christ mas tree is lo be held at Drown' ehnreh (M. E.) Columbus. Saturday evening, Dee. -'3rd for the ehnreh a id unday tchool. A Christinas tree, festival and concert is to 1-e liehl at the Mt l'lea.nt ehapel in "Wales the same evening ard one at Uot d.'l Christ mas night. Quite a number of our young men have gone to the lumber woods, and social gatherings are not so numer ously atiemhd as they were last winter. W. E. Chute has six sinking class es under instruction, in Columbia, Kimball, Clyde, Kcnoekeu and Wales, so the few boys th...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 28 December 1882

EXPOSITOR WV JUdJC Ul A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. VoL 1, No. 33. The Weekly Expositor. A Red Hot, Aggresaivo and Pro gressive Journal for Live, Eutorprising llcaderi. o PUBLISHED ON TIIUKSDAY3. o Q a Yka.ii 60c rou tine MoxTns 88c ron TnKKH AIoktus. Jig. A. Mexzies, Editor & Manager. ADVERTISING KATES. 1 inch card ona your 1-8 column adv one year .4 8 5 00 12 00 20 00 30 00 S5 00 65 00 Bualnes locals 6 cenl per line. OHUKCII DIRECT OUT. Mcthedlit Protestant Church. 1m ntjii u nltnnntrlr nt 1"BA r'-l--1- a.m.. and lp.n. for C. D. CLAKK. Pantor. fiozUU Qohool at p, m. J. S. IUFFIE, Superintendent. ntthodlst Episcopal Church. m lung tltarnataly at 10:8ft n. m. ami T p. m. liv A. J. HOLMES. rtor. maaO&t Bchool at 3 p. m. 8. O. 1JKTTIM. Biiperintandent. Church ef Christ nt the A. C, Chapel. tarrlMatll a. ui. Sabbath School at p. ca. Fr7r meotiiiic erry Thursday Tonlue 7:4o. BUSINESS DIUECTOllY. O L. B1LLENTINE fc CO.. WhoUiaU J. ud KU dtt!trtio Dry Good, Boot aYfioM, liiy ma....

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 28 December 1882

Tho Weekly Expositor J. A. Menzies, Editor ami Manager. BROCKWAY CENTRE, - MICH. FASHION NOTES. Solid dark colors aro most favored for children's hosiery. Judeo and electric blue aro tho new est fashionable colors. Feutre-velours, or velvet finished felt, will be tho fashionable novelty in hats during the coming season. Uluo in all its shades and variations, from tho palest ciol to tho deepest ma rine blue, is the fashionable color. Birds of every description are used to decorate mulls. Duplicates of those selected for the muff are generally worn on the hat or bonnet which accompa nies it. Some of these ornithological effigies are too largo for good taste. For outside wraps plain velvet is very fashionable, worn both for large and small confections; and many redingotes and long saequos are being made of it by principal modistes. Tho trimmings aro of fur or of jet pendants, and ex ceedingly wide passementerie bands. There Is nothing new to signalize in tho wav of lingerie, hosiery or...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 28 December 1882

BY HIS miKND.w A slanting slab of stone, With mosses overcrow n, Stainln sc ntltu-1, alone, O'er a moaud ; Stray k-tttrs, lialf, ertuMil, Hut "faintly can bo traced Win-re shadows, InU-rlai-dl, Flutter 'round. The legend Is but brief No lone drawn w ords of prlcf, lieneath the wheateu sheaf Mukc had fcuow; A dimple name aud data His British birth relate And tell w hen cruel late Laid hliu low. Hold! Something more Is hero, Concealed by graaaea sere Litters that once were clear, At thu end; The mosses iliu k aside 1 "This stone, with luring pride, Tribute to him who died, Bj hU friend." Ah, Time ! Thine envious tooth. (Suawlng, devoid of ruth. At stone and clay, forsooth, Havoc makes; Vet, though the letters fade. And shrink, as if afraid. Into tho slab decayed, Friendship waken. Long since forgot are they -lioth friends returned to clay; Yet In this Inter day EudU-ss youth Is given the tenderness, Love, and sweet Uioiightfulhesi. Which those few wortls express In their truth. Thus c...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 28 December 1882

COR K ESIP OND E N C E. Merry Christmas and liaiy now Tear. Wo havo better sleighing Min den than you lm in Iirocway Centre. Mr Arthur Sleeper a young Law yer of our town was married on Fri day evening too, I don't know who. The oyster mppcr and Christmas treo at McKays hall on Saturday evening was a grand euocc ;8. They realized about .'50 from tho oyster upper, with which they will pur chase a library for tho Sunday tohool. Mr York has brought his wit'o and (Children to Minden. Ilia wife is in delicate healtli. Ilev Mr Vcrtican of the United Presbyterian church of Uad Ax, and Kev llettis exchanged pulpits last Sabbath. Rev Paul DesJardains was in Minden on Saturday visiting his lister Mm Jas White, lie returns to Albion College ou the third, Yrhere he is finishing his course of Study. A good interest was nhown at the Ministerial meeting in Port IIopo, for Port Huron Dist, on Monday, Tuesday Wednesday cf last week. Able address vrero gi vcu by Presid ing KIder Potter, Hov Tho Stalk...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 4 January 1883

TTTTT" WEB KLY EXPOSITOR lJai'lilL'J."UiLl5LJLLlU"Xll.!!StL,J A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. r VoL 1 No, 34. Tlis Weekly Expositor. A Bed Hot, Aggressive and Pro gressive Journal for Lire, Enterprising Reader. o .. FUULIiJIIED ON THURSDAYS. o CX A Yx abCOo von Six Moxths t So roil TnssB Movtzis. Jas. A. Hxxxisg. Editor d Manager, ADVERTISING KATES. 1 inch card ono year 1-8 column tulv one year 1 $ 5 00 12 00 20 00 SO 00 35 00 05 00 Business locals 6 cents per lino. CHUT.OII DIRECTORY. tfathadlit Froteatant Church. ftMilaafl ltarnat!T at 10:SO o'clock a. m.. and t p. n. Ho C. B. CLARK. Piuitor. J. 8. DtTFFI. Superinteniaut Methodist Episcopal Church. t. OTtou alternately at 10:80 a. m. and T p. m. " Bar A. J. HOLMES. Pastor. flntAftr Bolxol at S p. m. 8. U. HETTI.S. BupariutanJeut, Cbsrehoruhrlit at tb A. C, Chapel, gurrfco at 11 ft. m. Sabbath School at p. ex. Frayar maaUns evary Tfcundr enlnr T:W. BUSINESS DIUECTORY. O I. BALLENTINE A CO.. Wholwal O. Uil Uatatl dalar itt Dry Ooodi...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 4 January 1883

The Weekly Expositor J. A. Menzies, Editor ami Manager. BROCKWAY CENTRE, MICH. lias and Electricity. Dr. Siemens in hi address to tho British association made somo almost startling references to tho probabilities of gas and electricity in the future in its relation to industrial affairs. Dr. Sie mens devotod himself to tho futuro and applied his horoscope to a forecast of what is to tako place in the rapid devel opment of science, a work for which ho is peculiarly litted. The portion of his address devoted to coal contains some almost startling in formation. Taking tho coal used in tho manufacture of gas at 9,000,000 tons, worth $27,000,000, Dr. Siemens showed in tho following table tho value of its waste products: . Coloring matter for dyes 17, ,51, 000 Manure (sulphate of ammonlal) .... 9,7:iT,0 w Fitch (325,000 ton) Creosote (25.000,001) gallons) Crude carbolic aeld Gas coke, at 12s. a ton 4,X0,000 tons after allowing 2,000,000 torn for working retorts) 1,040,000 500,000 12,000,0...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 4 January 1883

TIIF. OLD YEAR'S IlEYIEW. ' nr wilder, wiLisTON woklock. Trembling w Ithout, tlie old year kUxxl, I'ltyiDK the aluful, lleslnic tUo good; I a l&lry dream land 1 awoke. Anil thus to me tlio old year spoke: a . I die at twelve oYlwk to-nlsht. The hour draws nlei, so hear arlijlit. . One year ajjo Time kvo mo Birth, And million welcomed me to earth; Loud rang the bilvery-toned steeple bell, Tlie lilrth of a new year to tell. iented ou Time's majestic throno utiaccu, Neur twelve months I have relgneil supreme, While mirth, friendship, love and pleasure, n lui iiiuuei:, t un, unit, nuuiui, Uave pawed a-down the stream of time to gi'tbrr, In poverty' scant garb and (lowing rolx wealth, I've seen the mother towed lu grief, v The father from alHletion seek relief; Wives shed the sorrowed tears of pain. Lovers in jov make up a sain ; HuKbauds and brothers tall by the way. Slaters and daughters go astray. I've peon the murderer tttrlko the blow That caused h:s victim's llfo to flow. The p...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 4 January 1883

CO R R ijOND H N C E. Our Christinas tnw, festival r.nd couoert on the J:rd came ou well, being reali.cJ. A very interesting v.atrh meeting vtm held Sunday evening conducted by Elder Wright and eouaislinj of inging, led by W. E. Chute, pray ing, ypoaling and social chit-chat. A donation for F.lder Wright ii to be held at the Mt Pleasant chapel on tho 11th. All aro invited to bo present nnd bring some tiling. VIZVli. noti:. Elder Dawu sptut hi holiday rith hi friends in Pee!r. There wa u grand New Tear' party at the residence. of Nelson Ho Way on Monday evening last. The Mis) Ilattio Barrett and Minnie Laura have bccn spending a few days visiting thtir friends in this placa. Thtt Masonic Oyter Sapper w.n a grand succm. There Trero 3C0 numbers eold and & very pleaiaiit time wm had. C'Al'AC C1IU,S, iThe r:iii:ti i Sui.tin rii ji;wii.'iitly ran from i i iv t- riwr. and St TUVuua v.u ihe entiv. Now it i part of :t iiitt euvnuuiL' uvm Lnicatf" to Kti'fa!, and iJelroit i tho centre. Th...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 11 January 1883

r Ma cp u tut 1' PAPER MAKEi A LIVE TOWN. i i. .Ui. ZiHOIL, JANUARY 11, 1833 VoL I Ho. 35. BEOOKWAY 0. Price, 01COa Year. La JL " r "-iv. A 4 T Tin Wsekiy Expositor, A Hod Hot, Aggrv:ive ana Pro ,.VMivo Journal for Live, ' r.'.i:tcrvriin" H".u!eva. PUBLISHED OX TlirK-UAYS. $1 A YSAU l'0C 1"!'. StX MoUlJ ?:c rouTn::::r. Monti:. JA7. A. M L.s'Xl ki! , .Editor Manager. .mvcktiinc n.tvr.. 1 oard on yaar I-C 1 "J 1 5 5 CO 12 00 JO 00 i(J 00 A", 00 65 00 iJus'ncws 1 seals i u wU ir ima. oHC.'tOsi Diur.irro'dY. "" .S8tnil: Piofttaat C'hnrcN. Si-TV.! ftiL.vai-.fiy i V::? "'V!"''',l-,m-, ccl 7 p. w V.-r C. Cl.Alt 1 aMX. arialsst npts.-syal CUttrrtu Cbttich rc'arl-S at tlia . C. Cliapol. 6a.-rt.M3 a HaVibr.i f.cJioJ at I P- - J. niLT.iiSrJNL CO.. Who ea Ai IU.'Jj V'C!;Ji.-:r; l's. '' r-".oi'.:iTOi:. ; v.-t.1 J.-i:Liii'-nJ'i-i:'v.!JrJ to All V- fi C'ui f orCouimerclftl Tia..:sr re! miit.iw-b. it j Office Tucsa:s ar.i ilitcrd.ij?. :k. a. siiic;-'i;L:.. nu t m. i-a Phraieiaas & Surgeon MiorK...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 11 January 1883

The Weekly Expositor J. A. Menzies, Editor ami Manager. BROCKWAY CENTRE, - MICH Anionjr tlic Apennines. B Harriet W. "Preston. A pood test of tho "quality" of a country should bo the manner in which her lowliest givo hospitality. Let mo tell you of a visit whieh I paid, on a regularl received and accented invita tion, bicn cntendu, to ono of tlio little freeholds on tho hillside aforesaid. Our hostess for wo were a party of three was also our guide to her friendly bower; and a needful one, for I have seldom seen, oft' the mimic riagc, a more blindlv romantic little foot-way than the one wo followed. Plunging suddenly into the wildest of our tributa ry valleys, that of tho Camajore, it led us a mazy dance, through thickets bitter-sweet with clematis, and over slip pery stepping-stones; bade us walk a tighfiope between the bed of the brook and a miniature Hume, scale a perpen dicular precipice, happily short, and cross a most "distinctly precious" little log bridge, ten inches wide, a...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 11 January 1883

TI-IE NEWS. OTUEIt IIXDS. The trial of O'Urien, the editor of United Ireland, for libel, wait begun Jan. 1, but lias been postponed three weeks, pcnuing eon sltlcratlou or. au application mauo uy ueieiiti ant. Davitt consents to postpono his rosig nat Ion from Pnrlininont until the first week o; the nt'Kslon. lhulenla the statement that be retires boeause of disapproval of parliamentar agitation, ami this postponement is nmile l deference to the wishes ol his menu. Gambotta, tho tvat statesman of France, died in ran early on inn morning or ew i ears day. Ills deal n caused intense ex citement, not only throughout Franco but in all fori-igu circles, in his death tho whole world loses a friend. 1 lis was one of the most brilliant and striking careers in a country ul ready full of eminent men. This the whole world will admit. Ilisinllueuee upon thepoliti eal life of France no one can doubt, and bis whole me was given lor the welfare and pro gress oi uls country. Clenieneeau is mentione...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 11 January 1883

Huukuk tov slams iu.m place wight U- a-'centablo, wo send tbcni a!ong. T!d Atllage is not quito so 1ur.;ca3 Fort Huron but Las plenty of room to gro to be tv.iee as huge. There are two store.", tvo elevator, a blaekuilh hop, a boot and udioo tdiojs n saw mill, a grut mill, a planhig mill and a shingle mill beside several dwelling home. jMe-j-jrs lieei.tdt c (.':'. iit -:i sre get ting In F.vge j'.KinlUies of shingle bolts. The gristmill Vqt running to its utmost opacity &i: il'inr plomlul work. Tlu.- miller i. one of the liest in liie &t:'.tf. Mi-h.iolj it jot tine plenty of lojji to li':,-, rjill r!:: tKt. criov, v.aC,c & 1 i . J 1 1 . v C R 3 i 1. 1 ! c Letter. V). S. Syt?.,hto ;i' tllorno, Oi:t., our .hocmakor. A Kttrr wtrkiu:in tviiiuot. In found. .Mrs V.r. H. York ira burricd here vix V,'.'.'ri:vhu; ht. ho v$ a iQ'.vt e-.ll:ur.b!o lf.;ly ;md v. ;i3 i'ollow fld t her hv-t rotinjjjjh'.cc by utarc numlter of s w;!;.u! lii.irivr irunl. Mi Ilydorn. y,h hs botn ijoTUi.' f...

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