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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 1 March 1888

mnh wr tn A4u v ua v. wkr.-3jav.fetr. ;- SOBflETHINfi 6 IIUTERKT 1 BE pi T. all lVrsons looking for BAHGAX27S n Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Notions etc. The Old KeliaMo Finn of 1 W SI a o on BROCK WAY CENTRE, MICH., Have a Full Lino of ilio almvu jootls which they are selling at tho lowest possihle prices. When in tin? village do not fail to call and see them, examine their fjo'nU and get prices. on the Prices of CLOTHING & FURNISHING GOODS In order to make room for Spring Goods we are making a great Slaughter in Prices. Come and see us. New glotiiing ouse, POUT STOOH, MICH. Factory and headquarters, 5G0 and fG2 3d Ave., New York. Branch stores Corry, Pa., Warren, Pa., Mansfield, 0., Uattle Creek and Port Huron, Mich. A. Siogol 2c Soaa, Port Huron, Mich. ftAfB . icirnnv us 60 BIG AS A STARTER FOR THE FEBBUAHY I 40 j)icees Novelty Dress Goods, ."0 inches wide, at lOctsper yard. 25 pieces I'm Check Suitings, inches wide, at 25 its per yard. It will pay you to examine them....

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 1 March 1888

TIIK STATE. THE BANQUET. llilril Annual (Withering' of the .Mii'liiqran Club. The third annual bunquetof the Michigan Club, which wus held iu Detroit February 2, equalled, if incit ed it did not surpass the similar event of last year and the year before. Senator 1'ulmer acted as muster of ceremonies, and welcomed the guests to the city, Clov. Luce extended a cordial greeting in the uamo of the state, and ad. drosses were delivered by Senator llawley of Conuei ticut, Senator Harrison of Indi una, Representatives McKinley of Ohio, C'armou and Finerty of Illinois, McComas o! Maryland, and Oon. (ireene R. Raum. The toats to which these gentlemen ro tqtouded were: "Washington the Protec tionist," "Washington the Kooublicau," "WuKtiiugtoii the American," "Washing ton the Farmer," "Washington and the Northwest," "Washtngt.n tho Revolution ist'' aud "Washington the Founder." Mu-Iii&iu Dairymou. The fourth annuul convention of Michi gan dairymen was held in Adrian on the loth and 17t!i i...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 1 March 1888

THu AMirilCA.s tllXCTRiC LIGHT. Th ol I Mm go ii i f nni his bed In n huT: ruld he. ' h iv-lighted thU world long Jf I siui . n in suus.'iiiic ull cry in a biva'h. 'Put u vi'. 1 ,n your face, you will scorch us lo death.' If 1 iut ( u it cloud cbn, Iht'u one pro longed s Id Come on i from behind there, we're frocz l.ig Willi Cold.' So, Daino anh, 1 propose to remain iu cclipM!; You iniit trust fur your light to the old tallow dins. Or to kerosene hri pa, or to gas, or to fttais. Perhaps you can make cn arrangement wilh .s.ars; You ma. linJ some poor fool who will light up your t-ky, Hut no contra t w.tli me; 1 am off, so good by." "Old Fellow;" thu Karth cried, 'don't glvo yourself airs. You may possibly lind 1 cau manage af fairs. You're great one for business! Somo tl i es you hhino For fifteen or twelve hours, and some times for nine. We have uiwiiys too much 6un or else not tUOllgll, And w. can turn you on, or wo can't s-hut youoif. Old fellow, you'ie (loac for, come, bring o;i ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 1 March 1888

GREAT ARRIVAL or NEW GOODS! AT THE BOSTON STORE, T0G & 50 Huron ave. next the Uco Hive, lt. Huron, Mich. Wo li.ivr rrveirt-it a )ur;;i lino of Sntoite, While Gssis. swsas, Hi.r:isiriKi:i:i,;iN:iiA.is Rial evtio thing In Whs!i Omul. u-ei"Mury for thn Kprlni; Tni'l-, r Bottom jFxiccs. a full liuo f Dress Goods, Tricots, . IX J) TIUMMJXCS. A (mjilt lino of Gsals' Hats, Caps an! Furaisiinj Ccod3 tilit full stoifc of I'.oofs ami Slums for xnitlt liiwn, 1i1hh uii'l eliildmi. at pi iv x ln-iosv tlm lovvrst. I fT Wf still Klvc off rn lifllnmv of Clouk. and prwal rodtii lio" on Wmtt r 0,ils ol'nllili Hcrlllons. COHN BROS., Proprietors, Our Irloe to all. C. II ROSWliLL, runoral Fnmiolicr- km MtOCKWAY (T.NTUK, MICH. I JKOItATK OUDKi:. Stat' of Mirhipn. , County of Si. Cl.e.r, i ' At Htson of th. I'roli.it'.' l ouii. fi;1.1 v.i.l Countv of St. Cl.ilr, liH.1 tit the 'nti H'l.-r in IhaCUynt Tort Huron, on tin- !lttil ty o! 1YI ruary, In the ywr onn ttwnm-M n:;!it IiimkI.viI nn1 olKlify-clslit...

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 March 1888

We EKDT ITOR. JAS. A, MEMZIES, Editor and Proprietor. A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING Vol. VI, No. 13. BROOK WAY CENTRE, St. Clair County, Mich., THURSDAY. MARCH 8. 1888. Price, $1.00 a Year. Hold jn iSiMS.' Column The Best Yet ! One $75.00. 1 STUDE3AKER WAGON, OITE $50 Range Stove, Together with forty piecen of fur niture in all. OZLTZEj $15 Set of single mm, All on exhtbitton at our store. As it Las become the custom of late to giro away valuable presents for the purpose of drawing trale, we have decided to enter the race. Although a little late starting we feel confident with our Harnes and Wagon, and the Range will certainly give us the heat and tlitf rice will lo ours. Every cash purchaser will receive a ticket for every dollar's worth of goods bought iU onrntore (also paid on account) which will entitle the holder t oih chance in the drawing of either the :ibove articles, t-o that you have three chances instead of one. Drawing to t...

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 March 1888

THE STATE. A riarerish Association. The Northern Indiana an. I Southern Michigan Swino llreeders' association held its winter meeting in Hillsdale recently. Tho first paper read was ono by C. Mus sokeman of Auburn, liul., upon the sub let of "Fee liirg for Market." The writer took the positiou that while a variety of food was e-.seuci.il, corn should le the 6taplo food and ioundution of all. An in teresting discussion ensued upon the sub ject and many good thoughts and sug gestions brought out. H. Morse of Union City, read n paper, "The Host Age to Wean Figs uud How to Care lor Them After Woauing." This paper contained many good points und suggestions. The discus sion which followed tne reading was spicy and interesting. John Uowditeh of Jef ferson Hillsdale county, followed with a paper upon the "Hest Manner of Advor tisinglmproved Swine."uud V. H. Purrow Coldwater, one upon tha "Value of Expert Judging." Mr. Harrow would have judges for each breed of swine, and only those who were...

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 March 1888

'HEl- Twit t college first I mot Mm, Tliero coin; -t iiit for a c z: ; At"i lie fznu Ins ili'-n or.iil.m, 411 liis soul within ins era. Twmu niiitfT,i-o, In f.iitln, Kul.1 of fct llmr, the mitt thought, Kidi with wiM j.Dciic liuicies. , Tliroiii;U ilia jiliiuscs I ii tti -wrought. And h'.n proud young fneu shorn; on mt Ami liis clear Mum.' v ice. ran;; loud, I .f it V i i J r in my fin- mi echo O'er tin! pundits f the crowd. Thus 1 1 Ktencd, thrilled, enraptured, llunir on every rinsing tone, Till tlie lioiu t i 1 1 1 1 1 1 my bosom bent for him, uud hiiu ulonut On my breast I wore his colors, Rove's sm-et tribute to his fume; And v!io thinking of blm ever To u ' heurl 1 culled lili uuino. And we met azuln 'twas summ' I liad waited long and well. I hus down beside tliu Kenslioro Mopping ut Ibo Claud Hotel. Seated all alone at dinner, VrnpM?d In serious thought was I, "NVl.fit u volet-, m deep and lender, Murmured, "reach, or lemon pie?" Then I looked up, pale and trembling; 'lbere '...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 8 March 1888

AT THE C, A. WiLLS i CO, PHARMACY. Prices Lower than any other relia ble house in this city. iuro Chemicals, uro 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, Va.rn.ish. os 2s X5 airrbBr-ush.es. Proscriptions Carefully Compound ed Day or Night. C. A, Wells El Co,, Ptarmcisls, UROCKWAY CENTRE, MICH. in mm THAT r. Li L Is selling goods at Astonishingly Low Prices. Look at the following: Single Haines, from SO oo up Double Harness, from ill 00 up Gray Robes 4 00 Blankets, from C up 5-ring Halters To Web Halt pis and everything else accordingly. WALLACE 8ROCKV7AY CENTRE. 1 i :v i :,tr - n snM tra ...! of Llw f ompll 'k !! . -i i ll.-inv " uil kTitifn, Cuinliioiioii f r Oo'l ni, ,riji,'i -. -vnti V-l'i Vri:pul.li Llvr t illi, luii dir-sr-(: nr,. ,rpi, !v r.nilii with. 1 lly rut r1"1 v.lM., Mr! vr lu l ii. cue lati.fnilios, fi'iznr Cmtcd. LrR lm, cen i : r1'!"....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 8 March 1888

SOMETHING IN I tHfcS I To all Persons looking for BilXlGilXlTS in Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Notions etc. The 01.1 KeliaMe Kirm of c.w. ill ,1 d. MICH., BROCKWAY CfeNTKE, llavo a Full LiiH' of tlio above jjimuJs wliu-h tlioy arc m-U'iulx at tho lowest )oiil)lo prices. When in the village ! not fail to i-a!l aiul see them, examine their ;ools ami p;et ju ict s. on the Prices of CLOTHING & FURNISHING GOODS Tn onler to make room for Sprint; ools we an making a groat Slaughter in Prices. -X'ome ami see us. The Weekly Expositor. Tiiit.'sDay, Makch n, isss. flew York R " H BH Li fl S 1 ki B k H fl ! ? n G X 3 port nunoiT. iviicri- . Factory and headquarters, .ifiO ami ."C'2 ;M Ave., Now York. Branch stores Corry, Pa., Warren, 1 'a., Manstield, ()., Wattle Crook ami Poit Huron, Mich: ' ii. Sic-gol z Son., Pn Huron, Midi. mm to .favor us with your presence, nml oxamino tlio bargains ( wo offer in EMBROIDERIES! rr.icEs i.owKic than evkh. GOODS I Weexhibit Silk Finish, Henrietta ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 8 March 1888

The Weekly Expositor J. A. Mknziks, Krfitor and Prop MtOCKWAY CENTKK. - MICH. Tl.e edition of l'rul'. Fmncip I l'alton. 1). D., LI I)., to tho presidency or Princeton colli gu is one of tho most Im portant events of the year In college circles. Prof, l'attou va horn In War wick, Bermuda, in Ho took hia collego tlogren at 1 Diversity college, To nnto, Out., and his theological couise at Kn x college, Toronto, an. I Princeton Theological seminary. He has been i astor (if Presbyterian lmrche in New York city, Brooklyn niul Chicago, From 187:J Tti ho edited the Chicago interior, and from 1S71 to 1881 was professor of d'dac tic and polemic theology in tho North westt rn Theological .eminary, hicago Ho has held the position of professor of polemic theology in the seminary at Princeton slnco 1S81. Miss Clara Uarton, president of the IJed t-'ross association, has just returned from Kun pe and reports that at the internation al meeting atCa lsbad, Uermany, Austria, Hungary, Fian c, Italy, Cr...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 8 March 1888

THE TEMPERANCE MOVEMENT. Hiss Frniicev K. W Jllaid HcWitt-a How It 'fn t oneolvol In 'Mi in Country In 15SOS, Near Kuratonn, X. V. In 6pcak.ii .f tlio historv of tliotem pornnco movement, at (ho lust regular meeting of tho Wonmn's club. Miss ' Trance II Willsml told tho story of tho first temperance meeting held in tft United blates. It was in 1808 and W t-atheringof leucines ami preach er n a c iimlry btIiooI-Iiouso in a little town near Saratoga. N. Y. Of course, no woman was present and Miss Wil lard thought it doubtful if the gentle men present even mentionei! the subject which they had under advisement to their wives and daughters. In 1830 a national temperance convention was held at Saratoga. At this convention ono woman was present- Gov. Tru la bel came down to attend the convention and was accompanied by his young daughter Eliza. She went with her father to tho convention hall, and, al though when she discovered that she was tho only woman present she want ed to withdraw, he...

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

GREAT ARRIVAL NEW GOODS! The Weekly Expositor. Ja A. :ciulfK, Publisher. AT THE BOSTON STORE 00t & 50$ Huron us e. next the Bee Hive, I't. Huron, Mich. We haa received a large lin of Inoroilsriss. Whits Cools. Site, sesruc;ki:r9,givgiIam ad everything lu Wawh (Jooda, iyeeiMrj- for in ppruig irmae, Al-wa full Uaeof flrooo Hnnrlo Trinnto UIDOO UUUUOj IIIUUIU) JXI) TUIMM1XGS. A pfmplot linn of Gals' Hits, Cips and Furnishing Coeds Ad a full stook of Boom and Show for jrenUe- meu, ladies and ohiidrwn. ai pnos ueiow tli lowest. .tr We still five i off u halunce of Cloaku, and great reduction on Winter Goods of all de scriptions. COHN BROS., Proprietors. )ue Price to all. CORRESPONDENCE. Rodotur and Eoundabouts. C. Foster is attending school iu this burg. L. Moxley returned home from the lumber woods last week. If the old adage is true, we will have a souii nuit year, as tue trees were heavy laden with ice. A Hewitt, of Sagauing, is here visit ing Wui, Grant and family. He intend to s...

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 March 1888

w .EEKLY EXPOSITOR JAS. A. MENZIES, Editor and Proprietor. A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. INDEPENDENT IN ALL r.iU , f o Krti- 1m NOTHING Vol. VI, No. 44. BROCKWAY CENTRE, St. Clair County, Mich., THURSDAY. MARCH 15. I8b8. Price, $1.00 a Year, Hold )ii Ji'U.' 0)'!vn Th 0 3uoi s iii One $75.00. QTIinCJlACR IVARflM onsr: $50 3 A .nge Together with forty pieces of fur niture in all. ozlstze: $15 Set of sib imm. All on exhibition at our store. As it lias become the custom of lato to give away valuable presents for tJie purpose of drawing trade, we have decided to enter the race. Although a Utile lato (Starting we feel confident rith our Harness- and W.vjon, and the K ui'jfo will certainly ive us the heat un.il the race will bo ours. Every cash purchaser will receive a ticket for every dollar's worth of goods bought at our store (also paid on account) which will entitle the holder to one chance in the drawing of either the above articles, mi thai you have three chances instead of one. Dr...

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 March 1888

THE STATE. Mli liisrau Salt Mac. The report of Stato Halt Inspector Goo. IT. IHU for the month of February shows the following quantities inspected in the counties uamod: Saginaw ?2,MW Hay lNs7 Manistee, 10. HI Midland :. 0 M&ou U'Ml M. Clair LOVJ Huron 4'j7 Total 10s. sTO These figures show a decided falling off in poiut of manufacture over previom ?ears, which results from obedience to tbe e,uest of tho salt association to curtail the output during the winter in the hope of overtaking the I rge surplus on hand. The Michigan halt lino, at which W. C. McL'luro o: Belt oil is president, was or ganized in No ember last with a capital kt cu of t.;5.0oo. The company pave to the Michigan car coiuiauy of Detroit a con tr. ct or o cars to run in lour r-olid trains Letwemi the Sugin.iw valley and Chicago in tlie dt carrying trade. This contract is nearly completed and tho lino may bo said to be ostabdshe 1. Thw Nov H,tir Law The supremo court has rovieweil tho liijuor law which recently...

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 March 1888

A WINTER WAIL. From tho morn thut chill November (.reet us with u gentle tumko, Jill ttio eve tbut nuhing April Icorfully liorlfavfi iloth take, '!,d wilout cehtiou, hu a swift, roinort.'l.'ns Qow. Anth i-HCito Into the furuuce Ami the hwatiti stove doth pa With Innntlatc maw extended lawn those di'iiiiions of despair, Making rucu wit h most devoutlv lie could climb the irolden sia'lr; tor no sooner comes the season Of relief Iroin he men's bills Then the coal man with h clamor Full of grief his boaom 1111a. Oh, for fields of vernal verdure lu some seml-tioolc clime. Where the thci inotueters uro stranger And the sun shine all tint time;" V hero soft hreezus, odor-laden, Mied their fragrance ou the ulr, And mch things us stove aud coal fires Never brim; a moment's cure. Frank IS. Welch, Seu York World. The Black Rose. TrniiBlated from tho Gerinun, by XV. X. Iliirbon, If any ono had said a yea go that I would ever havo run through tho drvingsnow ami storm, uf tar a black rose, 1 cert...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 15 March 1888

E DRUGS - ATTHK C. A, U a CO, PHARMACY. Price. Lower than any other relia ble house in this city. juro Chemicals, ure Drugs, & atent Medicines. fsilsl Articla and Fancy Mi A Fine Line ot Perfumes. FAVORITE" Perfume a Specialty. Trusses, Sholder Brakes and Supporters. XtLinbs, Oils, "tTaraisli- Frejeriptions Carefully Compound ed Day or Night. L A. Wells Co.. Phraicisls, BROCK WAY CENTRE, MICH Is selling gooiln at . Astonishingly Low Prices. Look at tho following: Sinijlo ILinncM,, front $6 00 up Double llari.e?, from 21 00 up Gray Robe- 4 00 Blanket, fiom 5?5 up 6-ring Halters, 75 Web Halter 25 and everything else accordingly. WALLACE OnOCKWAY CENTRE. rr - u -v.i '-r wit rf Liw rnpii lf,a;'i vitt M ..I'. .f t .tr.r l'l;U. tk. 4.F- r C i" . tv.i .w. P.r t..ii. I bci. t'-.w - ' '.. K I'V I irifi-UW. br. f UNDERTAKING ESTABLISHMENT. I wish to inform the citizens of llrockway Ceritro and surronnding count ry that I have added a line of Undertaking Goods to mj nhoto jnipti tiallerv. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 15 March 1888

r To all lVrnous lookinjr fur 2illGJl.Z2?S in Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Notions etc. The OKI Reliable Fiim a BROCK WAY CENTRE, MICH., Have a Full Line of the above tr.oU which they are celling at the lowest possible prircc. When in the village, lo not fail to call and see them, xamino tluir gxnl and get prices. on the Prices of CLOTHING & FURNISHING GOODS .In order to make room for Spring Goods we are making a great Slaughter in Prices Come and see us. Mew Yor i?oivr rcunciT, uxcxr. Factory and headquarters, 6G0 and 5G'2 3d Ave.,, New York. Branch stores Corry, Pa., Warren, Pa., Mrmcfield, 0., I3attle Creek and Port Huron, Mich. ii. Siegel & S'oxi, l'rt Huron, Mich. to favor us with your pies nee, we offer M PRK E5 LOWER DRESS GOODS I "W exhibit Silk Finish, Henrietta Cloth. and All-Wool Serge, iu the new Spring Shades. DRESS SILKS i IUve juit received novelties it) Printed Fouhrds, Strih and Black Ores Gram, at Popular Prices CLOTHING. Kw Style, New Fabrics, New D...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 15 March 1888

1 fl i I The Weekly Expositor J. A. Mknziks, Ktlitor aud Prop 15 KOC K W AY C KNTll K, MICH. Washington k)is1s, who nro always looking for a new r-tMisation, l ave lueii saying of late tliat Ccucr.il llr.mt'a wltlw had Uh'h snubbed by l'mtldrnt and Mrs. Cleveland. Tlioy ns ort that Mrs. (Irant called on Mrs. Cleveland mid that the lat ter tlid not retinn the visit nor even send a card to th l'onn.'r mistress of the white house, The,re Is not the slightest f.mnda" tion for these alienations. The following "ad" of a Rncer firm cf Kirksvllh'. Mo., Is a very good tcmperan o s riuon: "Any man who drinks two drachms af whiskey iir day and pays ten cents a drink for it, can have at our store CO sa- ks of Hour, 2:0 pounds cf granulated sugar and 7J pounds of good green collee for the Hame money and get S2.'0 ireniium for making the change in his expenditures. " Thomas Nnst, the caricaturist, h in San Francl-co, and is uncertain whether he is, still connected With liarper'b Weekly, lie says ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 15 March 1888

THE LESSONS OF THE FLOWERS. fhesu (lower nro (Wvl's own syllables; 1 They plea I ki lovingly, they lead So gently upward to the lillls: lr we mch: only learn (o read! If wo nil.silit only learn to read and know Christ s hook of eighteen hundred years ngo! t think we then should all ro.'oiee, Should know tho beauteous mysteries, Should joy w ith ( no wldu common voice As joy th great eart'i-e ircling seas! Could we but read as Chtbt would have us ri a l. Wo then mi'ht know (ho living Cod in deed! And this tho lesson, this tho book That lies wide open row as then, Come, read one sy lable, eo:r.e look How broader than thu books of men! Come cat h tho pathos of this harmony Of beai.tcous toll then all tho world Is free! Joaquin Miller. NYE OX HIS TUAVELS. Ha Meets a Hard-Fisted Farmer and I Engages in Conversation. Various Matters Talked About. N board n western 4 ! for sov o n t v . ti v n II f j - - ' M7 miles tho elbow of a largo man whoso I .--1 JVImJ ll'lllln lint know. Ho was not ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 15 March 1888

LOOK!., TiflilK ! Tho"Ve6kiy Expositor.! I Jus A. Plenile, l'ublialtcr. '. Prints.... 4 cent per yard Good Sheeting G cent per yard Bit-ached coiton G cents per yard Seersucker 3 cent per ytrd Beat seersucker 10 cents per yard Warwick gingham, 9 ets pi r yard 8 (inch carpet 10 t ent per yard Sateens, best lo cent p.M" )aid Hamilton cashmere, double fold 14 cent 8 per yard Table-cloth, all linen, 3(c per yard Brocaded v 1 vet ....r0 cents per xard 54-in tricot, ill u d, TV per yard Silk pi us'. i 1 jut yard Unlaun Irie I shirt, line, b els e;udi Laundried shirts, liar 45 cts each fiOu ilk handkerchief 'Jj cents Our $i la lies' shoes for $3.0 Oar $3 ladies' hIkcm for '2 50 Our 20 ladies' shoe for 'J.oo A laaien' Mohi kid shoe for 1.75 15 Dongolia kid 2.50 A kip boot, fine We have a fine line of white good, which we will sell cheap. Also 200 different styles of dress good, all the latent styles, which we will sell cheaper than the cheap bt. No trouble to how goods. Give us a call. Resp...

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