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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 26 January 1888

vulvae, g m LA "W id ri Ur To all lVrsons looking for 22 AXGillltf S in Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoos, Notions etc The Old Reliable Finn of The Weekly Expositor. TmntsDAV, January 25, 1SSS. BROCKWAY CENTRE, MICH., Huve a Full Line of the above coocls which thev are nellimr at w low posmble prices. When in the village do not fail to call an. e- tln m examiae taeir goods and get prices. THEDE8T AW' Tif!KilWS :? brated WHINGERS tt maanfacttirera4 Vi?-36W l3T?e pr! Va irvilo the atrlcteBt invwtljratlon. 6cal mms&t' IGUEU IVASfIR CO., ESC Pa. xj j uta u u ess & TO WJl guarantee tba LOVEIX" WASni, do b cr Troru and Co it raster and la lesa time tuua az7 c'ier mnrnlra la U9 world, warranted flva yoara, aaJ if it don't wita 11:3 ciowca clean. ntaout rucbuiff, wo ru ruuna tua iaoae7, ACENT3 VANTEDvSraoT? TltOCF that AireoU axtt maUnr from 875 to C150 pc month, farmers mdt 230 to CSOO duriuff the wlatot Li dlea bare great auccesa fscIUagr thia Yaehcr. Retail priceonly New fork po...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 26 January 1888

The Weekly Expositor J, A. Mf.xziks, Editor ami l'rop PUOCKWAY CENTRE. MICH. A Lll beforu fonrcs ii-u iuit! for t ho appoint nn'nt of a connnis-ion oi tie subject of tho nlcholic liquor tradie. Tho commission is to bo appoitucil by thfi President and con tinued by thu scnato and to consist of live persons, not all of whom shall to adrocatcs of prohibitory liquor 'aws, and nono of whom shall bo tho holder of any ollico of prolit of trust in tho general or any stato government. 'I ho commissioners nro to be selected solely with reference to personal tness and capacity for an honest, impartial and thorough investigation, and shall hold oflice until thoir duties are accomplish cd, but not to exceed two years. They aro to be live in number ami s'-'rvo without compensation. It is rifado thoir duty to investigate tho trallic and manufacture of liquor without reference to revenue and taxation, and the effect of each elas of tuch liquors in their economic, criminal, moral and scien tific asp...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 26 January 1888

A PASTOR'S DISCOVERY. A rJiWntlelphiatt Trie to AYoU a MhhIiciI Nfjpirss. A Philadelphia dispatch to the New York IlvVinayi: "A .well dressed couple crossed the Delaware hy the Market street ferry this evening, ami, ensuring a hack on the Cumdcn side, drove to the residence of He v. J. Y. Kaslj, pastor of tho Tubcruuclc church, ou Uroadwuy. By invitation the liaekuian ac-i-ompaiiieU them into tho payor's hoiis.t to witness the marriage. Tho clergyman had noticed that both the couplo woro nicely, hut not cxH'iisively. dressed, and that they teem ed very nervous mid anxious for the ceremony to bu performed u quickly ):g possible. The jrroom was a line looking man, but tho bride' features were conceulcd by a heavy veil, w hich the seemed lu no hurry to remove. Mr. liagly took out the marriage certificate book and began m-king the UMiul qinslletiis. The groom gave his name as Joseph S. Ellcm, years of age, Englichmmi by birth, now liv ing at Overbrook, Montgomery ciunly, Pa., and his oc...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 26 January 1888

TREMENDOUS CASH Slaughter Sale, AT THE DOSTONSTORE, 506 A 503 Huron ave. next tho Bee Hire, Pt. Huron, Mich. WUhin.i to reduce our very Largo Stuck of gooiU before taking inven tory, we willoffer the following ts cwiints on all goodi juirchaHeil over fifty cent. 20 pr cent off on Ladies' ami Misses' Cloaks, Wraps and Jackets. 10 per cent off on dress goods, velvets, ginghams, fancy and staple flannels of all kinds, eottonadee, shirtings, waterproof, tahle linen, ticking, toweling, napking, comfort ers, blankets, cotton batting, cur tains, yarn, hosiery, gloves, mittens, silk kandkerehjefs, toboggan caps, muffs, furs, shawls, ribbons, lace and ladies' underwear. Gent's fur nishing goods, hats, caps, under wear, shirts, pantaloons, overalls jackets, suspender, hone, neckties, neck scarfs, collars, cuffs, gloves, milts, etc. Boots and shoes for la dies misses' and children, rubbers, felts, etc., and other articles too numerous to mention. Our goods were already sold very cheap, and thi...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 2 February 1888

Weekly ITOH run JAS. A. MENZIES, Eduor and Proprietor. A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING BROCKWAY CENTRE, St. Clair County, Mich., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1888. Price, $1.00 a Year. Vol. VI, No. 38. n Holden Bros.' Column. LARGE STOCK or- DRY LARuE AND GREATER or and A LARRER, GREATER HE SUPERIOR stocz: -or- il SI'ECIilX-T'r. You will always find Prices LOW ASTHE LOWEST Holden The Old Reliable Firm. BOOTS Shoes GROCERIES TEA & COFFEE Bros. Brockway Centre Bank, oi i:. it. soiu.r, a. co. Responsibility $75,000. (Jool Notes. Town nrnl Scliool I'.oiuls Ixnurlit nt i.est l iitex (VitifU-ati'S lV,.Mit l-;su,:.l uii.l iKTOi'iit. hM.-.est Hllmvl. AM I..ihI.ii-hm (n.ns- Hotfil li ' nitrons if tins Itnuk vull ! I strict.- l.v c"i.tiii. nti.i. . ... ..,.,. -, $7S,C93 10 L0A1T CH mi Wl i Murf ruin's nt. 7. imul ! tier cent. noeoriMiinr to I rinu u:il aiiMiuiit. Lc -st t-i ui n s i.ml low e .-r 1 exe us;. No loiitr ill-lays. We ilo not ilo r. otlifi...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 2 February 1888

THE STATE. llattie Olney's Inhuman Act. llattlo Olney, n woman with one log Was seen by passengers Uiuu the Michigan Central traiu to bobble out with ber crutch on the platform of the car she oc cupied, while the. train wax near Lapeer. She had a (1-weeks-old baby in her arms. When she returned to her seat the infant was not with her. This aroused sus picion, and when the traiu arrived in Day City the woman was followed to the Campbell house. The police were then notified. Telegraphicconimunication was hold with Lapeer, and the oflleials answer ed that the baby's body had been found on the track. The wheels had cut it in two. An officer visited the woman's apartment. She was sound asleep. Ho woke her up and asked whore the child was she had on the train. A flush over, spresd her face as she replied that her sister hud met her ut the train and taken it. She wa informed the body had been foni d near Lapeer. "It was cut in two," the o.t.eer said. The mother seemed in no way nll'ectod 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. — 2 February 1888

FICTION. The Cosmopolitanism or Georo Arthur Stovcns. INTIlomCTinv. t flo not Know how soon 1 UTa history win Te Riven to thu worl.1. It limy ho very noon, or j-vuiiijm yours will e lapse before mankind un Ucntaiuli the great enigma tnat 1 have sought uj nunc mo enlpnuor my existence As yet the rhldlo 13 not read the mystery may last ;ny lifetime, and then scientists aud profes sional men can investigate the strange elr cunistanees that have teen mine, ami urrlvo at their own several conclusions regarding tliem. Thru the world eau read these pages and speculate- Uhu them. Hut not until I am wholly free from this horrible curse, will I Rive the record of mv blighted career for pub lication, it may help, It can't possibly hinder. At present, however, I am suttering untold misery. I mn jut twenty-eight, of moderate height, with spare moustache and slde wblxkers of a sandy hue. It Is not tbar, though, which worries me, it Is the uufortuii ate resemblance I bear to half of mankind (the h...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 2 February 1888

at the c, a, mm i co, mmsi, Prices Lower than any other relia ble house in this qity. iure Chemicals, lire Drugs, atont Medicines. Toilet Articles and Fancy Cools. A Fine Line ot Perfumes, . "ARWID'S FAVORITE" Perfume a Specialty. Trusses, Sholder Brakes and Supporters. faints. Oils, Varriiali- os s 3?aint BrushoQ. Prescriptions Carefully Compound ed Day or Night. C. L Wells SL Co., Phirmacists, BROCK WAY CENTItK. MICH. ear in l THAT Is selling goods at Astonishingly Low Prices. Look at the following: Single Harness, from J?0 00 up Double Harness, from '21 00 up fJrav Robes 4 00 Blanket?, from So up 5-ring Halters, 5 Web Halters, 25 ami everything else accordingly. WALLACE BROCKWAY CENTRE. 0) 0 m z m so dDKBDI aw J,. ind lis Weekly Expositor. o PUBLISHED ON THURSDAYS. o II a Year 00c for Six Months 30c for Three Months. Ja. A. Mcnzibs, Editor & Proprietor. HROck W Y C UN Till: MARKET. Report corrected every Wed. csdny by W. W. Urinntdl, tJratu Uuyer. No 1 White Wheat 84 O a lied...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 2 February 1888

SO Li LI" To all Persons looking Dry Goods, Groceries, The Old Reliable Firm of K.W. BROOK WAY CENTRE, MICH., . Have a Full Line of tho above gooil which tlit-y :m K'liinj; :il th lowest possihlo prices. When in the village lo not fail to call :inl et- tln-ni, examine their goods ami get prices. THE BliTri. Vf wm ..i. dies YV' Co. AJ'linJfty-4LJy larectrrtoo We inV.te, tha etrlctert inveatirnUoa. Bend your Mew York Olofhiog House, pout iiunoir, Mien. Great Slaughter I In Prices for the Next 30 Day. We are hound to clear out our large stock of Winter Good and if you are intending to buy ClotHixig, and we will certainly convince you tint we have the cheapest stock in the.city. Factory and headquarters, .rG0 and sG'2 3d Ave., Nv York. Branch storesCony, Pa., Wanen, Pa., Mansfield, 0., llatth- Creek and Port Huron, Mich. il- Siegel & Son, Port Huron, Mich. what we have AS A STARTER FOR THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY 10 pieces Novelty Dress Goods, 30 inches wide, at lOctsper yard. '- pieces I...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 2 February 1888

The Weekly Expositor J. A. Mknziks, Kilitor ami Prop ;;K )('!: WAV CKNTUK Mien. Mr Thomas (Jaii'ieWl, brother f tho Into pre-idrnt, v.-:is in Cleveland tho other day on his way home to Grand Ilajml.s Mich., from Mentor, where ho hail been to see his ilyiii mother. Sieakiii to a reporter ho said; 4 Wo removed to Orange when I xvvs six years of age, and I ean well remember when all thai part of the country was a wilderness. I remember when not a single tree hud been cut on tho present sight of Chagi'in Falls. After leaving Ohio I went to the wilda of Michigan, cleared up a farm and established a home which I am now enjoying. I live about four miles from (irand Rapids and do not often visit that city. On such occasions I usually transact my business and return homo as quietly as possible. Never having thrust my self forward I am not very well known there. I had expected to visit Mentor in much tho same way. No ono recog nized me on tho way there, but u num ber of persons have spoken to...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 2 February 1888

FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. Topics of General Interest for the Farm and Iloma Freely Discussed. The Method oJ Flailing Oateg Comins into Practice Again How to Make a Large Poul-tict-IIow to Broil a Steak Properlv-Some Sussestious on Fainting-Farm Notes Threshing Oat by Hand. Some- ooil farmers uro rcadoptin;; thi! old ruethoJ uf tlireslihij their oat crops with :i Hail, leaving tliu work to bo dono in winter, and thus furnishing employment to inon who would other wiso bj idle. Tliero aro koiiio other lulvantaes in this practico not incltul edin the miloyiiiont it ;iveH to labor in winter. Tho freshly threshed oat straw is readily oaten by htock, and there are usually enough lij;ht oats in it to make it possibly rood food. It is better to leave light oats iu tho straw than to put them in the bin aiuu; tho llireslied grain, for unloss the grain is i-arcfnlly graded some of these light oats will go in tho seed and help to deteriorate tho crop. With hand thresh ed oats in cold weather, there ha...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 2 February 1888

TREMEiJDOUS CASH Slaughter Saie, . at titi: B0ST09 STORE, 605 & ;OS Huron avi1. novt the lt Hive, lt. Huron, Mjvl:, ' Wi.sliiit to . rlileo our, very I.:u. Slock -of goods hcforu takin inven tory, we willoirer the following dis counts eu nil goods iirelia.Ml over fifty rents. ptr cent olt on L;i.4 lies' ami M foxes' Cloaks, Wrap nn.Ul. iff. It) -per c ent oft on drt'sj ;oods, velvets, gingham, f.'.Kjcy- anl sta)le flanni'N of all kimfo, eottonades, sliiiti:igs. wr.fcrj. roof, taltle linen, ticking, toweling, napking, comfort tis, l)lanket!, cotton batting, cur tains, yafn, hosiery, .cloves, mittens, silk kandlrenliicl's toboggan caps, furs, slriwfo, libUons, lace and ladles' .underwear, dent's fur nishing good, lint, caps, under wear, shirts, pantaloons, overall jacket, suspender, hose, neckties, neck scarls, c,IJars, cuffs, gloves, milts, ott . JitSots and shoes for la dies' misses' and rlnldrcn, rubbers, felts, etu., and other atticles too numerous to mention. Our floods alfva...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 9 February 1888

We EKLY posr. 1 JAS: A. MENZIES, Editor and Proprietor. A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. BROOK WAY CENTRE, St. Clair County, &Ei3h., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9. 1888. VoL, VI, No. 39. Price, $1.00 a Year. tor Holden Bros.' Column. fflJyt LARGE STOCK LARuE AND GREATER VAKIETT or BOOTS AND SHOES. A LARGER, GREATER, JSL1TID MORE SUPERIOR stocz: -or- il SPECIALTr. You will always find Prices LOWEST AT Hold The Old Reliable Firm. 2 J&sf If GOODS bROCERIES Bros 1- Brockvvay Centre Bank, ot it. it. noui.i: co. Responsibility 875,000. tiood Notes, Town and School Bonds fcought at hpKt rates Ortitlcates or D'ponit Ismiuil and & percent, interest allowed. All butilnm trans acted by patrons of tblx Hunk will be held tttrlct- ly couiideutiai. $73,009 10 LOAN OH mi ESTATE MortKQffes at ..Sand 9 i'ret-tit. according to tune uixl amount. Lowest liaise a and lowest expeiiRea. No lontr deloj m. We do not do an others do, make Mortgages draw nerni-a...

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 February 1888

THE STATE. IT'S A FRAUD. Opinion of tho Supremo Court on Iio humiiin oat iNott's. la October, 1-SS5, one Kllsworth, of Gra tiot county, bought of A. A. Griffith, superintendent of tho Lenawee, Clinton and Gratiot Boheadau oat association, twenty-iivo busho.s of Bohemiau oats at $10 por bushel, paying one-half cash, and for the other, a noU for tho turns amount C,ri.idh Agreeing to sell fifty bushels of Oats for tho ddioudaut at $10 per bushel before tho note caina due. Ton days later it was mjM to uii4 McNauira, he knowing all the circumstance. Kllswsrtli refused payment. Mc.N'aniara sueU and got judg ment in the circuit court. The case was carried up upon the grouud of fraud uad that tho note was void on grounds of public po.ioy. The verdict of tao circuit court jvus reversed practically on those ground', ty .lie supremo court, the court iutimat lug. hit the contract witu the defend tut could not have have been fulfilled without Goie.ving an i victimizing other parties tin makin,, ...

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 February 1888

TWILIGHT-LAND. ITfrp we nre In t v llljrlit-lunil Ovulu-tv -creak, KluK liuiii ui every hand, Simiv iiml nwiiu; mill npiraW; 1U-to Is nciilicr pirk nor lrt'ft; l'.nut jut? tl;- lit 1 1 u HinU feet; Wlille rro Hit; KDWiis and looaCJ No jloe li-re for hull or lat, No iH'i'd now ii.r rnnl or lut, None for Blockings or shoes. Wlit nrf tbe stories of twilight-land! 1 lurk, uli, hark I Call the MVt-i t iihiih'b where they staucL Wuitin in tho dark ClDilerella Mini little lio lVep, AVIio lost htr sin-en, Imr pretty sheeDj Ji.i k Horner, bnl Hoy lilue, And the three Iwnr livinir I" the wood, And the wolf tlut ate Kf-d U diu flood, Ami the i)iiili) pusny too. T..e little children In twilight land Are mill its mice, Ami the norviclh-r must understand JShe' ti tell each story twice. The crickets cuir. the stars' eyes wink; Perhaps the iniiu In the moon may think Thf in fraucy lu their plav; Put, whatever is heard or said or done, Kuril tdeepv, wearv liltl one. tJcta rested for next day. For th...

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 February 1888

AT THE C, A, WELLS & CO, WmEt. Prices Lower than any other relia ble house in this city. iuro .Chemicals, lire Drugs, atent Medicines. Toilet Articles and Fancy Goods. A Fine Line ot Perfumes. "ARWID'S FAVORITE" Perfume a Specialty. Trusses, Sholder Brakes and Supporters. Faints, Oils, TTarnish. os &X3airi.-b Srush.es. Prescriptions Carefully Compound ed Day or Night, C. A. Wells & Co.i Pharmacists, BROCKWAY CENTRE, MICH. ear in THAT Is selling goods at Astonishingly Low Prices. Look at tho following: Single Harness, from $0 00 up Double Harness, from 21 00 up Gray Robes, 4 00 Blankets, from 85 up 5-ring Halters, 75 Web nalters, 25 and' everything else accordingly. WALLACE BROCICVAY CENTRE. GO H 0 31 m M , 1 7 III go lino WALLACE is The Weekly Expositor. o PUBLISHED ON TIIUltSDAYS. o $1 Year COc for Six Months 30c for Three Months. Jas. A. Menzies, Editor & Proprietor. BROcKWAY CENTR15 MARKET. Report corrected every Wedneaday by W. W. Gilunell, Grain Ruyer. No 1 Whit...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 9 February 1888

souths of mil To all Persona looking for EZHZTiGilXXTS in Dry Good3, Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Notions etc The OKI Reliable Firm of BUOCKWAY CENTRE, MICH., Have a Full Line of the above goods which they are selling at the lowest possible prices. v hen in the village do not iail to call and nee them examine their goods and get prices THE BEST f win 0& m B kp3 pa TO) will ffnnnurtre the " LOVEIX" WASnrii to do Letter work and do It easier and In lens time tlun 127 ether maclilca la tlie world. Yraxranted fiva yti&ra, ana II it don't wcca tna clotaca dean; without rubbing, wo wui rerunu wo money. 1 in a t ( In ere it county. Tr.OOP that Agents aro makiniy from 8T5 to 8150 per month. Farmers make $200 to 8 MO doring-the wlntor. La dies bare erreat eucccfig selling thla Washer. Retail prlcaonly 3. Sample to those deFtrinp' an agency 8 2. AlaotheCoJo. bratod KCYMTON2 Vi:i'OEK8 at mamrfactu. r Ktwett rrleo Va lnvlta Iho rtrlctest investigation. BcnJ your addraea oa ft postal card f ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 9 February 1888

The Weekly Expositor J. A. Mk.ii.n Kdilor iiud Prop IMOCKWAY CKN'MIK. MICH. "(iiMii.li'iii (!:;viicKl" U tlo:iii. It is il question win ther :tny woman, so sinipU ami ir.:isiuniu. ami wlio-io lilt? was s eventful, ever s:tv lu-r inline broom" so inmli a household word. She v:is one of tlie women whose eouraie, unseltish ncs an. I ready wit in nun-tin the most formidable etniri-neies lilh-d our pioiid r annals with t-tor es of heroism of the hind that seldom gets itself mm ly the poet.-, but is none the less tllec tvo in the world's work ior a 1 th.it, Her husband's death loft her with lour children, the vouriist of them, tho future 'resident, being1 otfly a baby, on a fro it er farm not wholly eh are 1, ami not een fenced. The brave, t'ny woman toiled not only at women's work but nu-u's work, to , to Veep her Jittle flock together and save the farmt which was their only foothold. On the tlay that "James,11 as -he always callc 1 him in her s'mple way, was inaugurat ed 1're-ideut of t...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 9 February 1888

CHINESE HIGHBINDERS. II It v "-orlflles In Mm l'riini-lKco Mnrir oiHidoicil m One of the Him Arli. Not for many jmrs, nay a Sun Fran vii'tt lot I i has Chinatown beiMl no inueli cxalfil as il is at iiiostmt over tin tleadly fuetl of two rival highbinder oe etir;s. The altilu loof tliu iromi iioni highbinders is so tliivulo.niii lliat tlio Cliiueso inorchaMts met at a con sulate and resolved, it is said, to adopt the most stringent measures to prevent any inoro hloodlie l. The police. aided llieiu hv niak iij: a raid on Cliinatown in order to eaplnre armed highbinders. I'liev hucereded in breaking up a Iar'e number of ramblinj establishments. Tlie highbinder sneicties in Sun Fran cisco number about lifiy. Tliey arc an outgrowth of the life of t In Chinese on Hits coast, as no:t.i of thoin were orjran zed in China. When the coolies lust bean toll irk hero in ;reat iiuiu bcrs, allured by the olTer r It waives to work on the Central I'ac'die railroad, the lawless element unioui them saw...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 9 February 1888

THSMSEi-iDOUS OASH Slaughter Sale, AT THE BOSTOISTORE, !'Mj it T)OS Huron ave. next the Bee Hive, Pt. Huron, Mich. VUhin-; to reduce- onr very Large i-k of good before taking inven tory, we vill9iTertl1e following dis .u nts on all goods purchased over ilfly cents. :)Zk pjr cent oil on Laches' and Misse' Cloak, Wrap and Muffs. 10 per font off on dress goods, velvet, ginghams, fancy and t-taple flannels of all kinds, cottunades, diirti:igs. waterproof, lablo linen, ticking, toweling, napking, comfort er, blanket, cotton batting, cur tains, yarn, hosiery, gloves, mitten, "Ik handkerchief, toboggan caps, fur-, shawls, ribbons, lace and ladies' underwear. (Jent's fur nishing good, hats, caps, under wear, " shirts, pantaloons, overalls jackets, suspender, hose, neckties, neck searts, collars, cuffs, gloves, milts, etc. liots and shoes for la dieV misses' and children, rubbers, felts, etc., ami other articles too numerous to mention. Our goods were already sold very cheap, and this d.ttro...

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