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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 5 April 1888

ITU " i Ml WM ''w4mw A, ( ' AHEWOOOj 1H JOVVll A. W. Ferguson & Go. Have located here with a complete lin of ' H-A-R-D-W-A-R-E! Stoves, Sash, Doors, Paints, Oils, Painters' Materials, Etc. We hare also, in connection, a hP fr rtnin H k" of .agTIN, COPPER AND SHEET-IRON WORK.Sa: A shre of the puhlic pa'roiiiu'e m.U ted. Store in tin, flew Baplt)' Mock. U V.t-.,: IM Thursday, Apuil 5, 1888. MethodlM IMntealaM C'lturrti. Her vice alternately a IO;iC o t"0k - J M.I'KSM'IL. rumor few Sunday School ai 4 p n thebests rn7 M FIJrl ilS 11 Ci0iJlf4 rifffn. wiumm au,kw ww - - TUOCr tiat Areata aitj maUnff from S70 to i w 5. d 08 bare great uooefW Mnir ""Vi , Tnj.c Rut.-iU to thoBfl cloFlrtng an agency BX. -, your ftdlrc&aoa ft postal caraior. v-m LGVEIL wASHcR UU., tRii, rA. on the i rices oi CLOTHING & FURNISHING GOODS! In order to make room for Spring Goods wo are making a great Slaughter in 1 'rices. -ome nu ere ur. Mew York i r.(rt i slo q,i Avn. "Wu York. Hritin t Factory and H...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 5 April 1888

THE STATE. UNION VETERANS' UNION. What the Union Is Proceedings of the vMtin'.r. The annual meeting of the department command of the union veterans' union was held in Commit recently. This is a soldier organization which requires six mouths' actual servico, a part of which must have been at tho front. The first command was mustered at (lalesburg about nine months ago, and as showing tho growth of tho order, nine commands w ere represented. In the eveniug a enmpflro was held at Opera hall, Hon. Hugh McCurdy deliver ing the address of welcome, responded to by Comrade James Sleoth of Byron. Ad dresses were made by Col. James J. Pea cock of Corunna. Judge Advocate Gen eral Wm. II. Smith gave the address of tho evening. His topic, "The Blue and the Orny," was handled with true soldior spirit. Tho addresses were seasoned with excel lent voivil and instrumental music, de partment commander li. J. .Norton givin by request th recitative song Who'll Save ti e Left," and "We've lrnnk From the ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 5 April 1888

I I V 1 i 1 r FROM DAY TO DAY. nr ioiu tkhrt. Only from lav to day AVe I'"U1 our wav, I'lio rtiilu ever, TbouiiU lt nx mul icray desire Touch wit It their lire Each IicfIi endeavor. Only from day today Ye prope Mir way ilit nitrl luirrvlnj hours; But t (ill our cunlles fair Lilt to the n!r Their lintcnlnc toweri And ttlll from day to day Along thn vy liecUon us over. To follow, follow, follow, O'er hill and hollow, Willi lreoli endeavor. Fometlmea triumphant, Ray, The hu;ies play And ttumpcts sound From out thoe irllsteiiinir towers, Aud riiinliow honors Bedew tho rouud; Then "s'veet, sweet tho way." We milling aav, And forward j res With aw; ft. Impatient, feet With hearts that beat Willi eagerness. Yet ptlll lievond, the gay tweet huirles play. The irumpets blow, Ilowe'er wo th ing haste, Or hiL'ging waste, The hours that go; Si 111 fur and far away, Till roines the day We jrain that peak In D.irien ; then, blind No more, we llud, IVrehanee. what we do leek, 'Harper' Magax u The W...

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

LOOK ! LOOK ! Head ! Read ! Prints 4 cents per yard Good Sheeting 0 cents per yard Bleached cotton 0 cents per yard Seersucker... 8 cents per yard Best seersucker 10 cents per yard Warwick ginghams, 0 cts per yard 34-ineh carpet Ill cents per yard Sateens, best 10 cents per yard Hamilton cashmere, double fold H cents per yard Tablecloth, all linen, 30c per yard Brocadejl velvet. ..50 cents per yard M-in. tricot, ill wool, 75c per yard Silk plush 1 ner yard Unlaundried shirts, tine, 45 cts each Laundried shirts, tine 45 cts each JOc silk handkerchiefs 2o cents Our U ladies' slioes for 43.50 Our $3 ladies shoes for 2 50 Our 2.50 ladies' shoo for 2.00 A ladies' solia kid shoe for 1.75 15 button Dougohakid shoo.... 2.50 A calf boot, fine 2.25 We have a fine lino of white goods, which we will sell cheap. Also 200 different style of dres9 coods, all the latest styles, which we will sell cheaper than the cheaj est. No trouble to show goods. Qive us a call. Respectfully yours, M. P. ALLEN. ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 12 April 1888

SJ XPQ ITOR JAS; A. MENZIES, Editor and Proprietor. A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS, NhUTRAL IN NOTHING. Vol. VI, No. 48. BROOKWAY CENTRE, St. Clair County, Mich., THURSDAY. APRIL 12, 1888. Price, $1.00 a Year. Wee Holden Bros.' Column The following are the lucky numbers that drew the follow ing prizes at DRAWING -ON- MOMY EVENING APRIL 9th. j iiiiii 757. i i i i ! H H H H E S S , 1259. i mil 1 1 Uil, THE 1101, Holden Brockvay Centre Bank Ot II. II. NUIIIil? A CO, Responsibility $75,000. Good Notm, Town nnd School Honrts bought at bHt rate Certificates of Deposit 1-tMied and 5 pur cent, interest allowed. All busineMS trans acted by patron of thin Hunk will be held ftrlct j confidential. $75,000 70 LOAN OK P.EAL ESTATE Mortpnfres at ".Hand 9 percent, according to time and amount. Lowest ehfcrpa and lowest exiiittH. No long: delays. Wn do not do as others do, make Mortaes draw nemi-annual intorest, but ninke. our inlerent paynbli once a rear, in tlm Full when...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 12 April 1888

THE STATE. The Spring Elections. Tho township elections on tho 2d Inst, passed off very quietly, notwithstanding tho fart that in many instance! three and four tickots wero in tho field, and tho con test very close. Tho entire republican ticket was elected at Portland. Mt. Clemens went demo cratic by usual majority. St. Clairderao cratic. Ithaca Republican elected entire ticket except treasurer. Citizens' ticket elected at Cadillac. Howard City's ticket is about a stand-on. VIcksburg full re publican ticket. Dowagiac elected G. E. Bishop mayor, and city ticket except supervisor. Monroe republicans elected only three candidates. Out of 15 candi dates on republican ticket ot Sturgos 11 wero elected. Holly elected all democrats except constable. Kast Saginaw, Ypsi lnnti, Ann Arbor, Juckson, Graud Rapids, Manistee and other ities show democrat ic gains, l'rohibitiou was defeated in Cola water und Manistee. In so many places in tho state citizens' tickets, com posed o( the best men of bo...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 12 April 1888

LI D3 PRISON 1803. An old Sol.lltT'H Protest What'.' ae they coin' to cast off ther old I ris n. An' turn i inter a show. Whore 1110 an i y comrades was quartered .les aUiut twenty-live years ago.' Why, thet old place Is l. allow 'd an' sacred, A sort of or temple, yer see, F.nshrined In tl.e hearts of our soldiers Leas' that way e. 'pears tor me. We've forgotten abou thet old riiarrel, Ti ct caused s ter camp onco in there, In iho dungeo s damp and musty In the health-destroying air An' iho' ther iuarrel' forgotten, 1 think rather hard et feenis. To have them use old LiMiy l'rison In these money-making schemes. .les' think that ther folks'll pay money Ter h ole at iher old prison place V. hen It s sot up In er sort e buiidin' An lias glass all aroun' ter ercase, Ter .think ;hat they 'll go an' pay money Ter gao thro' the :. winders iron-barred. Thro' which wo looked in our mis'ry 1 tell yer, ! think thet it's I ard. Saw friends in the South, won t you helpus, Won't you try an' push...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 12 April 1888

I I PURE DRUGS at Tin:- G, A. Wells' Pharmacy. SrtOCiUV.'.Y CENTRE, MICH. TOILET ARTICLES -ANH- FANCY GOODS. Line of the JJett Irf nines. Trusses, Shoulder Braces and Supporters. ttons carefully compounded day '. S., o:r. v ;:t C. A. Wells' Drug M i? a b 4 vt x mi II li is ii oods- at Look 111 Astoiii.-liinly t!i. following: n v. .Vmgi. ! ! ir;i''s, I),);;!,!-. II -i.im-ss, (iriy l ...n k-t t' i;n "j-ritig 1 1 t! i cr., .. VY! 1 1 ill ITS,.... folli.. fr.::i. oo oo no s." 7- .in ! i- i-.'ytlii.ig rise nccordin; WALLACE ", m y l wrtl 2:.. .J L Is-, lull clurr.l only by i M., Ctiica. l-l A: 1 I I": UNDBRTAKING ESTABLISHMENT. I uisli to inform 1 1 1 1 citizens of llnfk way Centre ami surrounding country that I have adde.i a line of I 'ii.lrtl.ilxing (ioods to.iny jilmto i; r.i :i jjallery. A sp!-inlid hcursc furnished free of c!;trg'. Kmlialni i:ig done free also. Prices ns Lew as the Lowest. F::ikt;i1s attended on Short Notice. 2JGH, Undertaker, nVXSUA WoNIiEKs exit. ill I liousil lid...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 12 April 1888

I A NEW COON IN TOWN. 31. mmm i ft. llavo located here with H-A-R-D-W-A-R-E! Stoves, Sash, Doors, Paints, Oils, Painters' Materials, Etc. We li.ive also, iu cmiuectiou, u joj for tloiusj all kinds of jSTIN, COPPER AND SHEET-IRON WORK. 2 A frhnre of the public pRtrot.Hu nr.li "itel. Store, hi the fSaw KapSey 251;n;fc. THE C2ST ' w.ys-'.-v cloUicg 1 ' V 'V IX- . 'M "" l-.v,: ; -; " ,T ,1 month, Farmers mak $a to $3C0 curjis tho winter. z.a- ",i;i,V!,l'. wftrt";'' .- flics have frreateucocBBFclUnff this Washer. Retail price only Vi't-?'' I S3. Eim;rleto threVlorfringanairencyS2. AlaotheCeta. t; ' , "''r.'vrT'--- V trated WKINGEKS at manufacturers ', '''''..M-y.a i'vi"' V'"C' lowest rrf Wo Invite the- Ptrietert Investigation. 8oa ''r'' ,: s-.vi' -u' your address ca pottal cord for further yartlcnlflro, iiii LOUEI.L WASSSn GO., EiiEE, Pa. Ai titoa? B fall on the lVic's f CLOTHING & FURNISHING GOODS ! In or. lor to make room for Spring ix'l. wo arc making a great Slau-'htor in Priocs....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 12 April 1888

The Weekly Expositor J. A. Menzie3, Editor aDtl Trop DUOCKWAY CENTltE. MICH. Tho action of Soutn Australia m re.ard to ( hinose shows tho ojdnUm In which tho cool'.u Is hold In the Australian colo ny's. Mnco tho entry of Chini'su Into California has Wen restricted the dealers In coolies at Hon.; Konjr have Won cutting about for other fields. TT.ey have shipped t! ous;md to Honolulu, and thu result Is that the r.ntlyu Kanaka has been forced rut of the few small employments that use 1 to su:i co to support him. Then they turned iheir attention t Australia, and began a system of immigration that arou-ed tho colonies to sclf-pio'eelion Laws were passed fixing a hea I tax on every coolie and limiting tho number to be brought in every ship; but it is evident tint this dot's not go fareiu;u;h, and total exclusion will 1 e the r.et sto; adopted. "What has led to the excitement In Hoath Australia is the l rospt ct that the diamond iiel t will be worked by Chliu-e labor, and If this should be...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 12 April 1888

FHA aims For The Nervous The Debilitated The Aged ORES Nervoui Prostration, Nervous Head- acne, neuralgia, rtervousweaknesa. , atomacn ana Liver Dieeases, and al1 affections of the Kidneva. AS A NERVE TONIC, It Strengthens and Quiets the Nerves. AS AN ALTERATIVE, It Purifies and Enriches the 1:1ock1. AS A LAXATIVE, It nets mildly, but surely, ou the Bowels. AS A DIURETIC, It regulates the KM. neya and Cures their Diseases. Kecommcudcd by professional and businessmen. Price $x.oo. Sold by druggist. Send for circulars. WLLS, RICHARDSON & CO., Proprietors, BURLINGTON. VT. t. .i ii i ifiiiini,.ii'',ii . t i la the best remedy for all complaints peculiar to women. TIT .V.C? F ml twaa n to m RJ Vm I -4 M If (1 CREAM BAJ.SEOTLvSl I suffered from KJTAM PAVW3 catarrh Pi years, '"circCOVU Thedronpings intof flfr,'f?lj,,,tjp. tho throat were? tft&OiA'Ji , ,'-HU nauseating. My fff AvrEVRtJ w -Sra nope bled almoslf "ftJ tvtal', daily. Hin-e tbetl'' &?&rfi lirst day's use or., is ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 12 April 1888

LOOK ! IOOE ! Kbnd ! Read ! The Weekly Expositor. 111 Heady for the Spring Trade. Full stock of to e JasAt MctizlfK, Publisher. SAi M W H i;! U 0 E3 mmm Irint3 4 cents per yard Good Sheeting C cents per yard Bleached cotton C cents per yard Seersucker... ., 8 cents per yard lJcst seersucker 10 conts per yard Warwick ginghams, 9 cts per yard 34-inch carpet 10 cents per yard Sateens, best 10 cents per yard Hamilton cashmere, double fold 14 cents per yard Table-cloth, all linen, 30o per yard Brocaded velvet. ..50 cents per vard 34-iu. tricot, ill wool, Tic per yard Silk plush 1 per yard Unlaundried shirts, line, 45 els each Laundried shirts, fine 45 cts each 50c silk handkerchiefs 25 cents Our 84 ladies' shoes for 3.o0 Our $3 ladies' shoes for v.. 50 Our 2.50 ladies' hoo for 2.00 A lauies' solid kid shoe for 1.75 15 button Douirolia kid shoe.... 2.50 A calf boot, fine 2. We have a tine line of white goods, which we will sell cheap. Also 200 different styles of dress goods, all the late...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 19 April 1888

EEKLY EXPOSITOR JAS. A. MENZIES, Editor and Proprietor, A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. VoLVI, No. 49. BftOCKWAY CENTRE, St.! Clair Co., Mich.,. THURSDAY, April 19, 1888. Price: $1.00 per Year. Holden Bros.' Column. The following are the lucky numbers'that drew the follow ing prizes at DRAWING- -ON MONDAY EVENING APRIL 9th. HARNESS, 1259. 757. THE ran, 53 lift If ft II FfPHO si 0 1 u 6 n mm. HOLDEI BROS THE RANGE. Drockway Centre Bank, ot u. r. noiili: X (O. Responsibility $75,000. Uood Noted, Town and School Bonds bought at lesr rate Ortirtcateii of PeoOHit Iwuert and a pt cxnt. tnfrer. Allowed. All hnnlne trans- Hct.( bv patron f tl'ix Hunk will lit held istrlct' lv -onf1dntlal $79,039 TO LOAN OH mi ESTATE Mortgaged at 7. and 9 percent according to time and amount. Lowest ehargea and lowest expensen. No long delay. We do not do an others do. make Mortgage draw neml-oiinual Intereiit, hut make our interest payable once a year. In the F...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 19 April 1888

THE STATE. Arbor Day. Got. Luce has issued tho following Arbor Pay proclamation: A quarter of a century has passed since, in a quiet, green valley of Pennsylvania, the name of Gettysburg was made forever memorable, and it blood-stained victory turnod the balanro, in wbiclt hunt; the nation's life. '1 he monuments now being erected there, to mark the position of our regiments in that awful contest, signify but little of Michigan's enduring grati tude to tbo uniou soldiers on every Held. Memory and reverence for their battle honors, with increasing volume, shall como na they go. Knowing tho loyalty of our people, thoir willingness to add bless ings lor their children nni to associate with them lofty and patriotic sentiments, 1 do hereby appoint Friday, April '-H), as Michigan's Arbor day. And may the trees planted upon that day bo in memory of and ns monuments to the bravo defenders of our nation. Let tho roting place of tho sleeping ones whether known or un known, bo unforgotton, 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. — 19 April 1888

"A SONG OF THE ROAD." The franker walked with willing foot, And aye the Ranker played the riute; And what should muster Ranger play But "Over the Hills and 1 ar Away." Whene'er I hackle on my pack And foot It gaily on V o track. 0 pleasant ganger, long sinco dead, 1 hear yon playing on ahead. You go with me the s'df-same way Tho self same air fo-r me to play; For I do think, and so do you, It Is tho tune, to travel V For who would gravely set his face To go to this or tother place.' There's nothing under heaven so bluo That's fairly worth the traveling to. On every hand tho roads begin. And people walk with yea! therein; lint wheresoa'er ttie highways tend. Be sure l hero's nothing at tho end. Then follow you wherever hio Tho traveling mountains of tho sky; Or let the streams in civic mode Direct your cholco upon tho road. For one and all, or high or low. Will leid you where you wish to go; And one and all, go night and day, "Over the Hills and Far Away." Robert Louis Stevenson. PER...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 19 April 1888

PURE DRUGS -AT THE C. A. Wells' Pharmacy. BROCKWAY CENTRE, MICH. TOILET ARTICLES AND FANCY GOODS. A Fitx' Line of ' thf Jit at I, rt'oifs. Trusses, Shoulder Braces and Supporters. J1" Preset -iptlons carefully con pounded (lay or infill. W. Stevens, V. S., Oiiico at C. A. Wells' )rilj; More. Spring1 Dry Goois at Mcissl I hi Aoril brings, with its variation of temperature, tin-first true glimpse of Snrimr M vies and Fashions. It not : 1 1 v reminds us of the approach of Spring, but of what the Ladies are to wear. Of all things a w oman loves a beautiful lress adapted to the season. The delight and pleas ure imparted are natural and com mendalde. Nothing commands greater atten tion than Dress; it is a power more potent sometimes than even Money or Fame. 'I he stvlish garment fashionably made, elegantly fitted to the form, of material suitable in veave or texture, that harmonizes in color with the complexion of the wearer, evidences taste and rchne ment. Kvcrv Department in our estal l...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 19 April 1888

4 C f A NEW COON IN TOWN. y . Fergoson & Go. Have loceted here with a eMii,.lete line of H-A-R-D-W-A-R-E! Stoves, Sash, Doors, Paints, Oils, Painters' Materials, Etc. The Weekly Expositor. TliriM'AY. Al'UII. tK- Ye hive also, ia connection, a vhop for (loin? nil kinds of TIN, COPPER AND SHEET-IRON WORK.iS: A fchare f the public fatroiiHee solicited Store iss the few Rnpley 3 Slack . i :.. .uwi,n anbtratdion. multiplying and liv (iiiieroin, eomuiun,uunr m ...., - - - - ... -lii the floods we have in stock, we feel confident that you ,11 find something that will please jo,,, as we lavcjt " city with a complete stock of Spring and Summer 1IA1 & AM) vvrv wi f.vpn runninir over witn tuc RuninnsT Mil IMERY AND FANCY GOODS I Ilia UIIUI Wkv I ' " , 4 -n . i' , the ,, ,.vcUV.l LMo... f"-, '1 - pleased to exbiuit our gooi i" 'j - -j Ciiiidken's Hats a Specialty. 1 4iw, nf l'.rockwav Centre anl vicinity wa A,,. 10,.,, 20,1, a,,. 2L A call is solicited from all. MASONS JOHNSON. ATOtkOT ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 19 April 1888

Tlic Weekly Expositor J, A. Menzies, Editor and Prop BROCKWAY CENTRE, MICH, Little by littlo tho trutli is coming out about the relations between Prince William of Ccrmauy and his wife to the emperor end empress, ns well as of tho ugly state of feeling that exists towards Dr. Macken zie and everything that Is English. It ap pears that an American woman is playing a prominent part In this bitter quarrel that has involved a whole nation and that lias become of absorbing Interest to every body. Sho is the wife of Count Waldersee, who has just been removed from the position of quartermaster-general, a post of great Importance and influence, to the command of the (Jerman forces on tho Rhine. This was one of the first acts of tho new emper or and was Instigated by the empress, who despises the wife of Count Wal lersee. The Countess Waldersee Is the daughter of David Lee, who was in foruio years a banker in New York. In IStH, when she was '2i yours old, she went to Paris and ! there entere...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 19 April 1888

I -i i r I HAVE TfOU m.HlKlll Bftti tlieao Letter! I liuve Iliimti sU nori II It a) f hi-iu. VicKsnrut Mich., May 17, ISSt. U. (i. Coi.ev:a, ChemiKt: 1 am triad to speak a roo I wonl for your Petroleum liilm. 1 have ha 1 catarrh tor twenty yuan. It hail liecomo ho bill that 1 could no longer speak in public, and at tunes 1 fearoj that 1 would destroy mv voice entirely. I used many catarrh cur, with no benallt. One of yonr sum j!e cuvo mo great relief, and a'J.iC. lux has made me feel like a new man. Yours truly, C E. Hailky. LATKIl ItKI'OKT. 1'i.ano, 111.. r5eptemb?r 17, 1SS7. II. (I. Coi.frax, Kalamazoo, Mich.: When 1 lived at Vicksburtr I used some of your catarrh ointment, Petroleum lialtn you calied it. Jt cured mo and you used my nmnu in your circulars. I "fur nished some persons hi'ro witti it who do hire more, if you think best, 1 think 1 can make arrangement with a drtiffirist here to hell it for you. 1 think it rea.ly valua ble. 1 am cured and do not need it for myself. You...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 19 April 1888

LOOK! LOOK Mend ! Rend ! .Print 4 cent per yard Good Sheeting 0 cent per yard Bleached cotton 0 cents per yard Seersucker.: M3 cent per yard Best Heernucker 10 cent per yard Warwick gingham, 9 ct per yard 34-inch carpet 10 cent per yard Sateen, best 10 cent per yard Hamilton cashmere, doublu fold '. 14 cent per yard Table-doth, all linen, 30c per yard Bfocadexi velvet. ..50 cent per yard Si-in. tricot, ill wool, 75o per yard Silk plush fsl per yard Unlauudried shirt, fine, 45 olseach Laundried shirt, tine 45 ct each 50c silk handkerchief 25 cent Our 4 ladies' Hhoe for ...$3.50 Our $3 ladie' hoea for r 50 Oiir '-2.50 .ladies' shoe for...... 2.00 A ladies' solid kid shoe for 1.75 15 bu.ttotl DiHigolia kid shoe.... 2.50 A calf boot, 'flue '.' ..... 2.25 We have a line line of white gcodn, which we will sell cheap. Also '200 different style of dress good, all the latest styles, which wo will soli cheaper than the cheap est. No trouble to show goods. Give u a call. Respectfully yours, M....

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