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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 22 March 1888

Expositor J AS. A. MENZIES, Editor and Proprietor. A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING Vol. VI. No. 45. BROCKWAY CENTRE, St. Clair County, Mich., THURSDAY. MARCH 22, 1888. Price, $1.00 a Year. Weekly Holden Bros.' Column. The Best let One $75.00. L IT"? ft."-. V' '.-"Vr. .;" Lijr 2 STUDEBAKER WAGON, ousts $so Together with forty piece of fur nitnre in all. OZLTIE 15 Set of SINGLE HARK All on exhibitton at our store. As it ha become the custom of bite to give away valuable, presents for tbe purpose of drawing trade, we have decided to enter the race. Although a little late starting wo feel confident with our Harness and Wagon, and tho Range will certainly give us the heat and the race will be ours. Every cash purchaser will receive a ticket for every dollar's worth of goods bought at our store (als,o paid on account) which will entitle the holder to one chance in the ('.rawing of either the above articles, no that you have throe chanced inste...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 22 March 1888

The Weekly Expositor J, A. Menzies, Editor and Trop BItOCKWAY CENTRE, MICH. A move in tlio nglit direction Ih ilia (8 ta!lis!i!i i-nt by tlio (.'. 15. (J company, of u ir lining s ln'ol for engineers. Tlioy alicuiiy liave some thirty men under train ing whoar,' carefully instruc ted and exam ined by the ii ater a e lianic; made to tell all they know about an engine and then n.1 lowe I to practice i nnnins oii Mipand down the yards. Tlio men are als ) expected t make or superintend ordinary rei aiis upon the machinery. Manual training schools are suro to ccme. They are the need f the present generation, and If educators do not move in that direction, business men and manufacturers In various indus tries will found and sustain them with prlvato or corporation capita!. Uev. John II. Vincent, D. 1)., chancel lor of the Chautauqua university, ha en gaged Dr. William IL Harper of Yale, to spend six weeks at Chautauqua next sum mer; also Profs Adams and Ely of John Hopkins university, and ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 22 March 1888

Mrs. Briiitllc Learns the Guitar. 'Mrs lh'iint!e, you know I play very aicoly on the v.olin ami tlio guitar. Now tliero is nothing that suM no much to tho enjoyment of homo, ami which make a man feel ut poiico with tho world and himself as tho strains of soft and soul-insp ling music. Therefore. I havo purchased a guitar for you and iutoinl to teach vou how to accompany mo." O. you dear man. how charming! Wlioro is tho cr er--what do you call UP" "Mrs Urindlo, I remember to havo said distinctly a guitar. Guitar, g-u-i-t-a-r, guitar. Now do you know what I h:i d? And Mr. Ur ndlo's faco bogan to wrinkle liko tho crust on an apple pie. O!,' salil Mrs Ik-indlo. "and did you bring a plush covered stool embroid ered with cat-tails to put under it?" "Mrs. lUiiidle. I did nothing of tho ktnd." Mr. U's faco turned a deep crimson. "I simply brought a guitar homo with mo. Vhat do you suppose a guitar is, anyway? Hero it is; look at it. How in tho naino of gentle James are you going to get a st...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 22 March 1888

AT THE C, A. WELLS I CO, PHARMACY. Prices Lower than any other relia ble house in this city. Tlure Chemicals, : lire Drugs, atent Medicines. Toilet Articles and Fancy Goois, A Fine Line ot Perfumes. "ARWID'S FAVORITE" Perfume a Specialty. Trusses, Sholder Brakes and Supporters. faints, Oils, Varnish es (Ssr'airvbBru.sh.oa- Prescriptions Carefully Compound ed Day or Night. C. A, Vells Co.. Pharmacists BROCKWAY CENTRE, MICH. TEEilT Is selling goods at Astonishingly Low Prices. Look at tli following: Single Harness, from $0 00 up Double Harness, from 21 ou up Gray Robes 4 f Blankets, fiom ." up 5-ring Halters, "." Web Halters, r and everything eUo accordingly. WALLACE BROCKWAY CENTRE. SBQO REWARD! VI: wl'.l i'iv lh ti-wiiil I'Tnny Llvw rmij.l!B Iml'.iJ, M. It H. n i. n. h..inMiioB. ( 'nliii CMtrn.i, v .uu.. r wlih Wrtl't Vr.ull I.U.r l b.n hr Slr-. ll..uiro iirl.Hy r.itin.lit4 wlllt. TW; r .ur.lv tvirruMr. Mid i-v.rfi.il la yiv Uf. lloti. Pmar l'"tr.l. Larga bui.t, i-ua-IkluliiiC jmIL,...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 22 March 1888

V iS.V ' Y.-U'&H Y VewaimftTnrteetto "LOVrXL" VTASirLIl to do better IC $5 ; ' . :V la Uw vorld, Warranted five years, tail If l:fiant wath tU YV-u$ v &5 clotbet cVn.irttliout rabUoc, tro wU wuid tho money. y&0&PPACZtnQ W ANTED Y .-.is-T ; .I?T V7 TOOOP that Agents are making- from 3T5 to 8150 per Hy.W'-f-, f i'jf Ai month. Tanners make a to eaoofiurinfftae winter, ta. fe i :;;" .fl; to rivH &5 i: . r liHYSTON" WIUNGEItS a manufacturer.' 5lliS' LOVELL WASHER CO., ERIE, PA. on the Prices of CLOTHING & FURNISHING GOODS ! In order to make room for Spring Goods we arc making a groat Slaughter in Trices. Come and see us. Mew York Clothing House, PORT HUrtOXT, MICH. Factory and headquarters, fCO and flG2 oil Ave., New York. Branch store. Corry, Pa., Warren, Pa., Mansfield, U., Hattie urecK anu ion Huron, Mich. A. Siogel & Son, Port Huron, Mich. U XJ- .,JLM:5 jup-v v& :.flAui Jsk- hn.'Vj to favor us with your presence, nml examine the bargains we offer in M ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 22 March 1888

THE STATE. The Outlook for Wheat. Tho Michigan crop report for March em bodies returni from 1,053 correspondents, representing 75 ) townships ; o;0are from 442 townships in the southern four tiers cf counties, and 1'JO from l.V townships in the central counties. In answer to the ques tion 'lias the ground been well covered with snow during February?' 174 corres pondents in the southern four tiers answer 'yes,' and 50$ no' ; 105 correspond ents in the central counties answer 'yes,' and 0 'no' ; and Hi.) correspondents in tho northern counties answer 'yes' and none 'no.' In the southern counties "42 corres pondents report wheat Injured during Feb ruary and 30 ) report it not injure ; in the central counties 30 report it injured and 133 not injured, and in the northern counties 'J report it injured and 14) not injured. The temperature and rainfall during freb ruary were both below normal, in the southern four tiers the ground has been practically bare of snow since about the middle ot ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 22 March 1888

"11 IVepautmknt." j liuying Cittou in 1!H:1. Surgeon Watson was a cotton buyer in lMi.'i. Ho had been a regular army surgeon, uiul va9 with General Taylor in the Mexican campaign. Hence he hud ha 1 uaich experience as a military n geon. llo had long left the army who:i the re bo! lion broke out. Hut i-i the summer of 1MJ', ho entered a vol lint ericginient as surge n. Being umler the command of a striplin.r of a colonel, who showed too nuicli disposi tion to interfere, wiih what the doctor considered his own prerogatives, ho tendered his resignation and retirod from tho army. Hut ho could not ho contented at homo when ho knew his service wcro required in tho field. In tho autumn of 18 i' tho post of Corinth, Ms., then in possession of federal troops, was attacked by a largo confederate force, ruder Van Dorn and Prico A desperato strugglo ensued, which resulted in tho defeat of tho con federates. Many wounded confeclerato as well as federal soldiers, crowded tho hospital--, nnd Watso...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 22 March 1888

mwMMMnam.1 I Itcad ! BSead ! Prints 4 cent per yard Good Sheeting 0 centm per yard Uloached cotton fl cents per yard Seersucker 8 cents par yard Best seersucker 10 cents per yard Warwick ginghams, 9 eta per yard Sl'inch carpet 10 cents per yard Sateens, best 10 cents per yard Hamilton cashmere, double fold 14 cents per yard Table-cloth, all linen, 30c per yard Brocade velvet. ..50 cents per yard 64-in. tricot, all wool, 75o per yard Silk plush $1 per yard Unlaundried shirts, line, 45 cm each Laundried shirts, line 45 cts each 50c silk handkerchief 25 cents Our 44 ladies' shoes for 13.50 Our $3 ladies' shoe for 2 50 Our 2.50 lad iea' hoe for 2.00 A lauieft' solid kid shoe for 1.75 15 button Dongolia kid shoe.... 2.50 A calf boot, fine 2.25 We have a fine line of white goods, which we will sell cheap. Also 200 different styles of dress goods, all tho latest styles, which we will sell cheaper than the cheap est. No trouble to show goods. Give us a call. Respectfully yours, Svl P. Newsp...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 29 March 1888

VI EEKLI 7 TcnrTm 1 JL UJCi JAS. A. MENZIES, Editor nl Proprietor. A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING Vol. VI, No. 46. BROOKWAY CENTRE, St. Clair County, Mich., THURSDAY. MARCH 28, 1888. Price, $1.00 a Year. w Holden Bros.' Column. The Best Yet! One $75.00. a. fc STUDEBAKER WAGON, Together with forty pieces of fur nit u re In all. OUSTIEj $15 Set of E All on exhiblttou at our store. As it lias "become the custom of late to giveaway valuable presents for the purpono of drawing trade, we have decided u enter the race. Although a little late starting vc feci confident with our Harney and Wagon, and the Ratine will cutainly uive us the heat and the race will In; ours. Kvcry cash purchaser will receive a ticket for every dollar's worth of goods bought at our store (also paid on aeeount) which will entitle the holder to one chance inthu (drawing of cither the above article, ko that yon have three chanccH instead of one. Drawing to take ? place as...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 29 March 1888

i he Ycckly Expositor J. A. Menzies, Editor aud. Prop BllOCKWAY CENTRE, - MICH. The Ion.; delay la tlio ivceptlo:i oi.' news from Sia.iley, tlio African explorer, 1.4 causing eoililer.i'.ileun.'asln iss in Furoj-e, and tears l:avo been expressed that lio may have fallen a victim to soma of tl.o marauding Arab tribes which aro Interest ed In preventlnjr him from rea-lnij Emin I Icy. It will bo n matter of deep regret If an thing shall have checked Stanley In his enterprise: but It Is clear that tho Arabs, foreseeing that with the, gradual opening up of thu Congo country a severe blow will lie struck at the slave trade, aro putting seriom obstacles In his way. Darbarlsm dies hard, and although civilization triumphs In tho end. It Is at tho cost of tho lives of brave and Indefati gable plonrer?. Tho late Tl ronton Aleott never read Darwin, but always expres-e 1 tho greatest contempt for a doetrlno that developed tho soul from matter. Xo ono who has seen him during tlio last thirty year...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 29 March 1888

It is a fact well known, t hat if it was not for Dr. UuU' Cough Hy rup hotel pro prietors in i lorkl would put their rates op to ten dollars per day. "Histories niako won wise. Toots witty." liut what in the world does a roau want with either when he ha sprained his ankle. No sir, not these, not these I Give him but one bottle of Salva tion Oil. the greatest cure ou earth for pain. Trice 25c. Ileal estate in South America ranges from five rents an acre in Taraguay to $1 'M in lUienos Ayres. CaUiia Curod- A clcrpymun, after years of suffering from that ioutl-cuie ili-onse. Catarrh, and vainly trying every known remedy, at last found n j rescriplum which complete ly cured and saved him from death. Any sufferer from thiadrcadful disease sending a belt addresx'd stnmped envelope to lJrof. J. A. Lawrence. Kast Ninth St. New V orl:, will receive the recipe free of charge. Thomas Harrison, the once famous "hoy fn-eacher" is now living at Elizabeth, The Ilomelleat linn In Michigan, As well ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 29 March 1888

is 1 Keep Your Eye on this for Next "Week. Is selling goods- at Astonishingly Low Prices. Look at tho following: Sinjjlo Harness, from i?G 00 Double Harness, from 21 00 Gray Robes, 4 00 Blankets, fiom S5 5-rinpf Halters, 7. up up up Wei. Halters, 2r, anl everything else accordingly. WALLACE BROCK WAY CENTRE. i !. n r .n-iiiii.u trCo'tiMOMt, , i ..el 'IK wl.m tti orje ,, , '1 .. i. . j .rly (rublt, J4 F".-kr i. I.rkj tost., ro IV f M. i !y :i itruKgUU. Urwr ef . ! rou'r.f n.&nmi-tur.4 ly tf , m A 11 V. tladlma Su, Chlcif ..HN C. W "tST t ! .11 I V t 'ii ill nfi.li 1TEW UNDERTAKING ESTABLISHMENT. I wish to inform the citizens of Brockway Centre awl surrounding country that I have added a line of Undertaking Goods to my photo graph gallery. A splendid hoarse furnished free of charge. Embalm ing done free also. Prices as Low as the Lowest. Funerals attended ou Short Notice. GEORGE GOUGH, Undertaker. kaapjSKA Wonders exists in thousands of forms lJhfcf but are surpassed by the mtirvc...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 29 March 1888

THE BEST f .. 'A'tjfVs c;" Vf wr and Co it rahlcr ta 'mMt&ki AGENTS V'-'i.v"tvS-' V'wiiy '" ', . ; "Mta. 1 anners tn&ia fro to C5C0 ccriaj t2 wimar. ti &AvO!St'Jr-T'ii. V'.v'-' 1 ' 'sluTerrcairarcaaiwIUs.tthlaWaeUer. KcUil prlconly M'i! 7vV, '' . '.v:V-f Cj. Cana ta &om flertrltur an wrency 82. AtoothaCelo. Yh 1 Xl; -Yyvi-'y v-teA i:.Tn-?o:3 vx:iNi:r.s at manofacture ylX'i' 3 w l"Tcrt r-" V.'o lT)Ttd tho '.rlctoHt invetlKtlon. Bead VvM' l- -.j 'i 'A t- r , i .' V VViS' Toar si-re?". 03 a portal cart foriurtbar particulars, mm'" mm wasbsb ca, Kir. pa. on tli? Prices of CLOTHING & FURNISHING GOODS ! In order to make room for Spring Goods wo are making a groat Slaughter in Prices. Come ami t-oa us. Mew York PORT HUHOU. UllOII. Factory and headquarters, MIO and f02 3d Ave, New York. Branch stores Corry, Pa., arren, Pa., il airfield, 0., Battle Creek and Port Huron, Mich. il. Sicgo! Sc Son, IWt Huron, Mich. SPRING- ARRIVALS or THE BRIGHTEST, THE HANDSOMEST, THE CHOICE...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 29 March 1888

THE STATE. Cf on. Cuss Dead. Gen. George W. Cass, a nephew of the late Gen. Lewis Cass of Michigan, died iu I JNew i ork a few days ago. Gen. Cns9 was 7S yeSrs old. He gradu ated at West 1'oint. lie superintended the buildinz of the government turnpike over the Allegheny mountain and through J Ohio; organized the Adams express com pany, njid was its presideut; brought into existence the Pittsburgh, Ft. Wayne v: Chicago railroad, and lor twenty-two ( years was its juomucih, hi i-it uuui iuo Grand llapids & Indiana road, and then becoming president of the r-outhern rail way security com; any, built sever al Boutuorn roads. After that ho was elected president of the Northern Pacific, and was one of the original twenty lour to whom the government grunted a char ter, and subsequently, upon the failure of Jay Cooke, was appointed its receiver. Ten years ago he retired lro;n active rail road life and traveled extensively for his health in Kurope. His name was present ed to the democrat...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 29 March 1888

PALM AND PINE. flARHIET I'lSCsCOTr 6POFF0KO. Ooul.lst thou, fJni.it F.iirv, jrlvo to ma 'I II. illStlllll'rt Wl.xtl, tint 1 lllijrllt tee Of all the eni th's t tint one clear siUt Known onlv lit udivaiu'n li!l-lit, 1 ko.iM, lu'iuutli Home Islam! Bticp, hi atom. rcinoto nnt Miiii-brlu'lit leej, tt'e M4I1 In licuveu uiiovrt m now A paliu tifo wavo lu rlivtuiuic bough! And yet this old pine's liauzlitv crown, Hmkinjr it cloud o silver down, Wli;s)ers 1110 siiHleliei of strange tuues Ami inunmir of thorn aivTuI runes Wliicli tell ty subtile spell and power Of M-cret syiupatlii, the hour AVlieu far In tho ilnrk North the snow Amiun; sjre.it lie.-j;s begins to blow. Kay, thou wont S utli of heats and balms, Keep all thy proud mid plumy palms, Ki-lmuiM tin tr.uraut llmvery ease, 'l'li purple nUii's, thv purple neasl Tliese bnuhn of Mes.sim; shall tiot fall, '1'luMj voices ninjim; In tho irale, 'I In vii'or of these niiuLtv lines I will content ino Willi uiy pluus! Johnny's Summer Boarder. ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 29 March 1888

S3! .- J LOOK! Iteiul ! LOOK ! Read ! Prints 4 cents per yard Good Shee ing 0 cents per yard Bleached cotton 0 cents per yard Seersucker 8 cent pur yard Iseal seersucker 10 cent per yard Warwick gingham, 9 cts per yard H t-inch carpet 10 cent per yard S-iteeiH, lst lo cents per yard Hamilton cashmere, doubio fold .14 cents per yard Table-clotii, all linen, 00c per yard Brocade! velvet. ..50 cents per yard 54-in tricot, ah ..ool, Li Hi' Jc per yard " ter yard t ; i-v. -nch ov-. :ich 33.50 The Weekly Expositor. .las A. .Meuzlea, l'ubllihr. Newspapor Law, Any wrou vho takes n, imuxt rt'irnlat'ly from h I o-itoHko whether directed t ti i Hume or another, or whether ho h.is mUscrilxM or not 1 ivMtonslble. for Uis &v. II a person omerj nii tier euseonunuea ne must imvuII armirea or the publisher may con tinue to send It until pavtiient U made ami collect the wiioli; amuiiiii wiieiiivr u u taken irotu uie uttlcc or nut. Or. utter having paid up, It by, oversight the p.'ipcr should cont...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 5 April 1888

7 SEK EXPOSITOR JAS. A. MEN2IES, Editor and Proprietor. A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THING3, NHUTRAL IN NUTMEG Vol. VI, No. 47. BROCKWAY CENTRE, St. Clair County, Mich., THURSDAY. APRIL 5, 1888. Price, $ 1.00 a Year. . Wi Holden Bros.' Column The Best Yet! One $75.00. STUDEBAKER WAGON, Range Together with forty pieces of fur nit u re in all. OUSTS $15 Set of SINGLE HARNESS. All on exhibitton at our store. As it has become the custom of late to giveaway valuable presents for the purpose of drawing trade, we have decided to enter the race. Although a little late starting we feel confident with our Harness and Wagon, and the Range will certainly give us the heat and the race will be ours. Every cash purchaser will receive a ticket for every dollar's worth of good bought at our store (aho paid on account) which will entitle the holder to ouo chance in the drawing of either the ahovu article.", so that you have three chances instead of one. Drawing to take- place as...

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

The Weekly Expositor J. A. Mknzies, Editor and Prop BUOCKWAY CENTRE, MICH. The report now is that Miss Molllu Oar field will bo married In June to J. Stanley Iirown. who was her father's private sec retary, ami that immediately after tho wedding, v.hich is to take ilaeo at tho homestead in Mentor, Mr. I'rown and wile will go to lleldel'.nirg lor a year's KckMitii'c study, al ter which lie will return, and tnko up his lire work in tho fje 'o il ea I survey, lor v.hich he ha been i vepar ng by a three-years' eourse at Yale. It will bo re me ml ered that ihe engagement or Miss Cariield to Mr. Urown was reported a couple of years ago, ami then last year It was stated that this was broken o'V, and that Mrs. Carlield, in order to escape the annoying attentions of young Iirown, had taken her daughter to Europe, the pretext being the serious ill ness of a young kinswoman in England. Mrs. i ai field ami Miss Mary did go to England, but no member of the family or any of Mr. Brown's friends to...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 5 April 1888

THE SOUL'S DECORATION. THE REV. DE, TALMAGE ON EE LIGION'S MANY BEAUTIES. The Power of True Christianity to Elevate and Make Glad-The Ring of Christ's Adoptfon-The Saviour's Marriage to the Soul of the ReJeemid-Lova of Jesus Eternal and Never Less-Only One Grea Test for Admission to Heaven. The llev. T. De Wilt Talmnpe, D. D., of the Brooklyn, N. Y., talicrnaeltMicoclied lust Sab bath evening upon the siiljiut, "The Decoration of the Soul," and the text wus Luke xv, 2-: 'Tut a riuj on hi hand." lie buI J: I will uot rehearse the familiar 6tory of the fast jotui'jr man of the parublc You know what a splendid homo he left. You know uhut a bur l lime ho had. And you re member how after that season of vagabond age and jiroiliirulity he resolved to go and weep out his aoirotvs on the bosom of pater nal foinlveneii.i. Well, there Is prent excite ment one dav In front, of the door of tin old furiuliou.se. The servants come rushing up and hay: '"What's the mattrf What is the mutter!" But be...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 5 April 1888

Keep Your Eye on this for nm in iUi TH-.1T Is selling goods ;it Astonishingly Low Prices. Look at tho following: Single Harness, from $0 00 up Double Harness, from 21 00 up Gray Robes, 4 00 Blankets, fiom 85 up 5-ririg Halters, 75 Web Halters, 25 and everything else accordingly. WALLACE BROCK17AY CENTRE. S500 REWARD t '.: -.v On rrit t .r i wf I.lvr CiirUfl ' . i.'.r.vt t-iir with Wel't tr'... It l.iwr I lilt, Vn th. dirx' ,.m .- until? Compikd wilk. 'J liy jxinrly rf tUlil., t4 r :'ai! I irr.-e utltfaclion. Pumr .nir.1. Ltj tmiti, cod f.i'ilnn "'I ,'.l., ?i rn'. for ulo by all diurfltu. IWwar. of wti:iMrfi id i) lmiU.Hnt. Tht (-.r.u'n. mtnufiMttuvd only by ...UN' i . V. fV k (., lit A lt W. tla.tlH.ii Ft, Cbkfo. fin a. m,:. ,-ut 1' "i4:l j.ri i. I oti mei..li.( Srontiuuna. UNDERTAKING ESTABLISHMENT. I wish to inform the citizens of I J rock way Centre and surrounding country that I have added a line of 1 1 ndertaking Uoods to my photo grapn gallery. A splendid hearse furnished free...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
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