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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 14 June 1888

The S Tiino-Tricd and duality Proven. Feint EXTRA INDUCEMENTS TO BUILDERS. We are after a share of your trade. Our latcli-stnng always out. Call ana get prices before going abroad. "iyHk IF YOU WANT Paints and Oils, Screen Doors, Window Screens, Harvest Tools Copper & Tinware ami in fact anything in the Hardware Line, call on A. W. FERGUSON & CO., New Unpley block, 1-roekway Centre, :'. mem Jv; rwm Never have we had such a Spring trade. Xever have we had so many handseme styles and shapes in hats an 1 bonnets. The stock is all new, bright and fresh. Our Triini lins cannot be excelled in the large cities. Our prices are much lower than any competitors. Our stock loubl to select from. Newest and most fashionable novelties arriving ovcry day. Beautiful bonnets for babies and older children. The latest Ktyles in neckwear, gloves, hosiery, corsets bustles and all kinds of fancy goods, laces and ribbons. Notions of all kinds. Don't buy until you make us a visit. Uutteraud eggs tak...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 14 June 1888

NEWS SUMMARY; CONGRESSIONAL. Ji nk 4, Sexatk. Among the bills report ed f nun committees und placed on tho sen ate calendar wus tho bill to repeal all pre emption and timber culture lawn. The sen ate theu proceeded to tho consideration of bills on the calendar, and passed, among otheru, the following: Senate bill appro priating fL'i.,000 for uu equestrian statue of ex-President Zachnry Taylor in tho court of Washington; senato bill creating an ad ditional retired list of tho army for eighty officers now on tho active list but incapaci tated for active service ; houso bill authoriz ing tho President to appoint and retlro Al fred Pleasonton, with rank aud grade of colonel with an amendment reducing tho grade to that of major; tho senate bill au thorizing tho President to place on tho re tired list, with tho grado of major, MaJ. Cen. Wni. M. Averill; houso bill to promote agriculture (requiring American consuls abroad to make monthly reports on agricul tural and horticultural subjects)...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 14 June 1888

MOTHER CAME TO KISS ME. i.y i:i:mt .vVaki ky. la the many recall foiis thnt lie scat tered through ye.irs Aro wuiie that i.tid me stniliti" and some thar make me weeji, Uut the near st one, the dearest one, be dim red with smiles and tears, Is when mother eume to kiss me before 1 went to sleep. When 1 lay awake an I listened in the fclo.vly deepening gloo u I'ntil 1 heard I or footste; come softly up the .stair When the knowledge of her presence seemed to lifiht the sorubvr room. And the very thought of mother was iu Itself a prayer. The co il, w hite hand that lingered, the loving linger-tlps '1 hat in the darkness found me, and re.te I on my brow. The starry eyes that sought ine, and then her dewy Up That clung to initio so purely I seem t feel them now. ":ur .Father" 4,N"ow I lay mo" and . 'Hallowed lie Thy name." The words are a u iwckery, an echo from the dead. . Yet they sounded so familiar in the days when mother eame Through the shadows, like an angel, to stand belde my bed....

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 14 June 1888

A.Y PAUSE AND READ. You will linJ u lull 1 1 nt of DRESS GOODS, WHITE GOODS, DRESS GINGHAMS, Laco Dress Fronts, LACE CURTAINS. SCRIM, SATTEENS, VELVETS, CORSETS, PARASOLS. In fact everything iu the DM GJ-OODS LIHB AT JJhOCKWAY ClSNTKE, MlCIl. Bargains ! Bargains IN- SOOTS 5c SHOES at tlit great BOSTON STORE 506 tfc 50S Huron ave. next the Dee Hive, Pt. Huron, Mich. We have now In our store one of the nicest Btook.4 of Hoots and Shoos in the city, for gentle men.', ladies' and children' wear at prices to ustoniili you. Special run of our ladies' bright Dongola shoes at 92, tho best and easiest tittinc Htioe in the cilv, and unual to any and $:),( hoe sold elsewhere. The very best school shoe for bovs and girls. A full line of ladies' fords avd Too Slipper. A complete line of Wigwam kilippori in all sizes. Men's Kubber Hoots from 42.00 and upward. h Our try Baals Dspartet vou will find a full line cf DRKSS ;OOPS, in all hades, from the cheaper and higher grades In I'LAIUS & l'LAIN...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 21 June 1888

17 7 IT" If iilJDjJ&Ju SITOR JAS. A. MENZIES, Editor and Proprietor. A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. Vol. VII, No. 6. . BROCKWAY CENTRE, St. Clair Co., Mich., THURSDAY, June 21, 1888. Price: $1.00 per Year, KXPO Holden Bros: Column. Wo liave ju.t received a large stock and Laving had several years' ex-1 perienoe we feel confident, tlmt we I have selected a rtock of uptoils lb i j will pleaso our customers ami the trade, m irenorai. .. , 'ml i ?3 bay First Class Bsc tit; t tbi at tis Imii hi& Prise. t. sin.it ..r siH-Mm. is vt. . inv; it. t!:i ' i.'rK'e ;it ji,c.-.i,i.t. II. 1'. I4cn;ir,l liis linn ; ;nul Nerer before have we Won able to j st.v eniim'ot'Hl by t.'l"i!i..iir. present 8eli a (oniplete line of Dry j Mus. (j. s. Kimi;rl ;i;iu ..n, J' iele tood., sncb as j v.iUf. Ol.io. :,; l.t-ro visiting I'.nlit. SUETIXfiS in all lh latest oulor. . (ip ' DRESS GOODS, a and very cheap. WASH GOODS of all kinds. SATIN'S, Chv.nbry. G mil...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 21 June 1888

K STATE. A TERRIBLE TRAGEDY. Henry Jlunchthaler Kills Hi Wife and then Shoots Himself. Henry Munchthalor, who kept a small confectionery store on tho lower end of JeftViMon avenue, Detroit, shot hid wife and then killed himself on Juno 11. The victims of tho tragedy were Henry and Louisa Munchthalor, husband und wife, ho bo'ng about 40 und sho 35 yours old. Ho wiih born in Nuremberg, Havaria, und sho in West Prussia. Ho camo to this country about twelve year ago and settled iu Mil waukee, where he followed his trade of candy maker, lu whieh ho was an exiert. Ho met his wife at a Milwaukeo hotel whoro ho boarded und where she was engaged as a waiter-pirl, and married her about eight years ago. About four years ago ho came to Detroit and found steady employment with Thorp, Huwley & Co., having been up to u few days before the tragedy eonuected with that firm. In connection with his work with Thorp, Hawley & Co., ho established a retail eonfeetionery store whieh his wife at ten...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 21 June 1888

WEARY TE WA TING. Therv'a an end to a 1 toiling tome day, (Hut it weary the wuititiK weary 1 There' a hurl onie where, ia a peaceful ly. XVI ere the gulls will bo fur ed and the ship will lay At anchor wo i ewhere in the faraway (But it'a weary the waiting weary !) Therc s an end to the troubles of souls op-pres-ul (Hut it's weary the waiting weary !) Sometime, ia the future, whrpCod thinks best. He'll lay us dow n t: n 'erly to rest. And rosea 11 grow from the thorn in the breast (liut it weary the waiting weary !) There's an end to the world with its to n y frown. (!Ur. It's weary the waiting weary ' ) There a . iRltt somewhere that no dark can drown. And where lire's sad burdens are all laid down, A crown-thank (Jod for each cro-a a c own! (but it's weary the waiting weary !) A FAMILY AFFAllt. iv limit rowvAv. CHAPTER VII. THE liKKAT JLNE A I'D IT. The wisest sometimes make mistakes. The most careful housekeeper has been known to spoil a pudding by putting alt instead sugar into ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 21 June 1888

PURE EEE T)RHflft ! M - vt Tin: C. A. ' Weils' Pliarmasy. . eHO:xV.Y CENTRE. MICM. TOILET ARTICLES - .l FANCY GOODS. A Vic l.'tur of thh Put! ' rj'ontts. Trusses, Shoulder Bracks and SuTOorters. l'riici iptioiis iMn-t'::!'e, eomptnin.lril it.ty or niht. V. SP-U' i. V. S.. ,h.-.' nl ('. .V. WelW Oris, Store. PAINTERS ALL CAY Paint Voi r II mii so utili k, .iiii.tii4 v j 1 ' Uoy l'rep.nv.l !n vl.i:- .! hau.'s .cr .rli:elcs. KICAU V -1 1 I. H foi t he OI M- :i ii.' i'l p.iil ..' ( M ill for tiii'i iin ;. !. v-ry e.m li.-:tr. ll.ls aar.iiilee: (it;iiM i;:: oi. rt iurv. W..- ic i.ii-.i'ii Hits -i ': .'- t m t. i:;tlsin?c 1) It tl iei!s ail-'e oj.l ,., nr.-ss w : ? i I I'l.il o Me of xiuc, tneii.i io I j :i --.-! ...!;..,! I : y t Slt.e5rstl.it'-! '.ii'i p--rnri..e'.i . !.;;. We will p:.v on ...I,;. "i pi,' . . -niaee 1 ailiiiterati.il. .:.!. a this pai-Ua: in.';, lie foillhl lo colli ain. l'etilijfiuar tut, !,!-:i:I i':r Winks, kJ: ! r.r.t. Iltch. failatel s .! li.ei'ivmi '.llsnl.i. ol'l...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 21 June 1888

r Tl,8 Weekly Epsltgr. TiU'UsMAY, .1. M. -1. lssv COUL'ii COL'Jk-ii. C.oac wishes for a ta:!;. Ik-ke Fiver's gr.uel pit :. nearly cx- li;instrl. We are after a share of your trade. Our latch-stnng always out. j,., Vl v:ult, . organize a T:v7 i. all ami get prices botore going anroan. . Sherwin-Wirtas' Pain! Time-Tried and fluiility Proven. EXTRA INDUCEMENTS TO BUILDERS. cumuli iii:i:c 1 ouv I .J. WiuiIIr-t l'i i; -ilaiit i)urr.. - : ': . . SfrviWHiUtfi-iuit.-lv ni l:?M Yl..i- ; m.. ri.d . -"..v" -a . '.v. ,'.'i'. "(TYc "? V n"-iniHA ... in. Ji.-v. .1. CllAMMLl. ! -ii.-U.r. ! XT '' ,' - --"v''' '".V P rP.M K (1 sRlJLSLll O .......lav So! I t a t. i.i. !. i-iJAKL. ! : ' . , JL X u'U- J.JtUXj-V!.l V. ;i i! ,.?! ., i,!'.Ti:iti !v nl 10:-;oii. n; m..t V e. im J'.oi i'. W. .': l: I '!. i-c. i.ii.l.i .... loi'l Hi '.'J', (u. t'OOlVi:. Snporiiil till lit ir VOL' WANT Paints and Oils, Screen Doors, Window Screens, Harvest Tools Copper & Tinware ami in fact anything in the Hani ware Line,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 21 June 1888

The Weekly Expositor J. A. Menziks, Editor and Prop HliOCK WAY CENTRE. Mien. TnE litllo king of Spnin is 18 months old and has a salary of $1,000,000. IIawtiiokne began writing novels nt the suggestion of bis wife. So d:d Fen more Cooper. BILL NYE ON ELECTRICITY. HE INSPECTS THE MOST MARVEL LOUS INVENTION OF THE AGE. Jonas Lie is the name of a Norwo gian writer of novels. Ho is said to bo able to inako good bis name. Justice Stanley Matthews of tbo United States supremo court, is to do liver tne law school commencement oration at Yule next mouth. 13 ell, of telephone notoriety. Is a Scotchman, and only 80 years old. Ho came to this country a poor boy, but Las succeeded in making his mark, and a fortune, too. it.min tho past two weeks four men who claim to bo related to Prince Bismarck have been arrested for vari ous nusdmeanors at four different places on tho Pacific coast. Duki.no this year Carl Scburz will be 59; Blaine. 58; Trof. Haeckie. 54; Mark Twain, 53: T. D. Aldrich, 52; Gr...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 21 June 1888

THE SUNDAY-SCHOOL LESSOX. Quarterly lie view, June 21, 1BBH. Tho lat Sunday of the i.uarter may be devoted to temperance, or to a review of tin revioits Sundays' studies. The tern Iterance lesson Is based U on 1 Cor. 8 l-l"; I'aul a lulo of practice being that tho thing which might bo harmless toiiim If indulged In, he would avoitL If 1.1 example should prove a stumbling stone to a weaker brother he would change that example. Hence he says, in thought, "If eating meat leads my brother to idolmry, 1 will eat no mi at while the world stan l. ' So the christian says: "If tatlng wine leads my brother to drunkenmss, i will tastn no wine while tho world stand." Further in re, 1 will use my lui uenco to destroy the temptation, on the ground (1 that tho drinking habit Is injurious to all, (-') my example would be misleading if I allowed myself to occupy an e ulvocal position on this momentous (uestlon, :) to destroy the source of evil is the surest means of onVcting a ood result, oin.isi: v...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 21 June 1888

t mtirmt PAUSE AND READ, i Y til Wll iikl a full litiH l DRESS GOODS, WHITE GOODS, DRESS GINGHAMS, Lace Dress Fronts, LACE CURTAINS. SCRIM, SATTEENS, VELVETS, CORSETS, PARASOLS. In fact everything in the 1 XjXXT AT Uriii kwav (;i:Nrr:i:, .Mini. Bargains ! Bargains ! J200TS c at tin' kTL'iit BOSTON STORE, ."0(i & r.OS Huron avc. ne.M the Mce Hive, Pi. Huron, Mick ti:o' r''w in onr stoic one f f ilic lilcesi stocks of Hifti ;U"l Shn's in the city, nr cciule men's, Imlit s' i and clnU'rco's c:ir at i. es In iistonih miu. Special run (t our l.nln l.t c.-lit )ongol:i lioci :it 2, the Im-m ami eaic.t littiim ulioc in the cil v. ami ruual M any .'..i ami !." ntnif sold elsewhere. Th" -r lcs; school shoes for hevs and KirK A f ml Hue ef hnli.'s' KlonN Hl'd Toe slipper. A coniplete line of Wlnwain klippcn In all size. Men's It ihl.tr I loot from ;.ti ami opwapl. 1: Om Dry Cccds ki:imi will find iifiilllluf of liKKSS (JOOHS. in all shades, from the chifiper ami hU'ier grades In I'LAIWS &a...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 28 June 1888

F7I xposrroi JAS. A. MENZIFS, Editor and Proprietor. A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. Yol. VII, No. 7. BROCKWAY CENTRE, St. Clair Co., Mich., THURSDAY, June 28, 1888. Price: $1.00 per Year. VV EEKLY Holden Bros.' Column. I We hftvo just received a largo stock of and hating had several years' ex perience wo feel confident that we have selected a ntock of goods that rill please our customers and the trade in general. taj First Class Ecois ani ssil thea at ths km Possible Price, Hever beforo have we been able to present such a complete lino of Dry Goods, such as SUITINGS in all tho latest colors. DRESS GOODS, a great variety and very cheap. WASH GOODS of all kinds. SATINS, Chambry, Ginghams and Indigo. In PRINTS, an elegant line. WHITE GOODS of all descriptions Bed Spreads, Lace Curtains, Em broidery; Hosiery and Notions of all kinds. In this line we certainly have the Most Complete Stock of Fine Goods in the village at Prices Away Down. Ha...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 28 June 1888

The Weekly Expositor J. A. Mkn.ils, Ktlitor :md Prop UKOCKWAY CKNTKK. MICH. Mi;s. .1. Goui.li riilfs ilown town in a Uroaclway car and goes shopping afoot Vm, Sukkwooi. of Baltimore, will i go to prison for a year because bo stole , r. Hi bio. I It took ten tons of paper for tlio new edition of Muslim's "Stones of Venice." Gex. IJoulanoeii ha-j sold the man uscript of his book on tlio German invasion for $40,000. Miss Amelia Kivkus is said to huvo been offered $;50.000 for a new novel by x Iew York publishing house. Philadelphia, is talking of a statue of lloscoo Conkling for Faurinoimt Tark. Ouo citizen oilers to coutributn $1,000. Ai.fhed L. IIiplkv, professot of Ger man in Yale, has resigned his position and will enter upon the banking busi ness In Boston. In Western military circles Mrs. Howard is a great faroritn. She dress es in a modest fashion, and has unob trusive manners. A new diamond has been discovered In Wakjra Kavor, in the presidency of Madras. It weighs over G7 cara...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 28 June 1888

SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON. Third Quarter: Lesson I. July 1, 1888. THEME: Goo's Covenant with Isiuel. Exodus 4; 1-13. And ho said unto Moses, Come up unto tho Lord, thou, and Aaron, Nu lab. and Ab ihu, and ttoventy of tho eldors oflsnu'l ; and worship ye afar off. 3. And Mo-a ulono shall eonio near tho Lord; but they ahull not come nitfh ; neither nluill the people tfo up with him. 3. And Motto eatae aud toll the poojilo all tho word of tho Lord, and all the judgments; and all the people an swered with o.up voice, and naUl. All tho word which the Lord hath aid will we do. 4. And Moaea wroto all tho word of the Lord, and rosa up early in tho morning, mid builded mi altar under tho hill, and twelve pillars, according to the twelve tribes of Isruel. 5. And ho sent young1 men of the children of Israel, which offered burnt olTerinp and ttacriliccd pe u offer inra of oxen unto the Lord. rt. And Moses took half of the blood, and put it in basins; ond half of the blood he sprinkled on the altar. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 28 June 1888

PURE DRUGS AT THE- C, L Wells' Pharmacy. OnOCKWAY CEN7HE, MICH. TOILET ARTICLES -AND- FANCY GOODS. A Fins Line of the Best lrf times. Trusses, Shoulder Braces and Supporters. IW Presfiiptions carefully compounded day 01' niulit. W. Stevens, V. S.,Oftic atC. A. Wells' Drug Rtora. PAINTEES ALL SAY .pro:, wr Tu-n mm mm lahit Yot House with i.i;i.lii i4j iAiUkd Prepared iii white ni l ;v 'I'uvNnmelliieof shade ltKAHV M I !:! to -l.:Ms l or i'l UM" form for tliiii'iii!'.;. ICvi'. v i i I' - us thli .j'.i'iantce GUAIUN t rJ Ol l'UKITY. V,'e ' iii'M.it this i irkiiic to fovt i us i oililnir but stnrl ly yirc oid process wniie and nvide oi ziiie . trio. in,, in nr.iv iiiis-'ii n;i iin i dryers Shinies tint '.I with iii.-;t !Ttti:iii'iit rnlnrs. Wo will i:i v ;i.-t inci- of uoV.I lor every omih'o of ftdulU-i iitiofi u iiii '.i thi.i ii;u-R;ic may U- found to coiitaiii. lent iis.il-1 "V!iitP,lj,d '' t;o!ov Wotks Octr-ilt. Midi. Call ami s.. -,t Iri id-mme dNpl ivof tV'se paints Paint vow i.it...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 28 June 1888

C. 1 , c .. .y--.. .. . i .; v." j 1 ''V Vv A' imo way ckntrf, ;.:k;ii. ! h hp nUTOF ORDER. wrurunMcsrwiwcPi 111.11 IIUiWUULIIIIlU II CUiCMGo - 20 liMC. eCUARE.N.- DALLAS. -.'."T... , TIAINTA,GA. TEX. J OH ! MY BAQK I ENCLSQH U G H C Is One of tho Eott O INVRCTICATORS IN USE. 7111 eur all dtMMct of ) Kldnj, Blbldxr, Irrlutlna of Ik Neak of tb Hlkuder. burslui Vrlue, OUwt, Gonorrhea 10 all lu Mucoul Plwharrrt, Congeitloo of tha Kldnera, llrick Dat Depofll. Dlabrtra, iDflammatlan of th KtJotJ and Hladiur, Dropajr of KiJoeji, Aeld Urine, lllood Trim PAIN IV TI1K BACK, IUteotlon nfUrloa, Fraqaaut ItiDa Hon. UraTPl In all lti formi, Inability to Rttaln tha tTau-r, partloolarly In pcraooi adranwd In life. IT 19 A KIDNEY IN VK.MT10ATOR that reatnrea Ui Vrln to lu natural color, remorea the arid and burning, and tha effect of tti excvadv VMaflaioxIcatlnK drink. PRICE, SI Three Dottie9 for 32.30. Delivered free of an; charrfa. K0 Send for Circular. Sold bj all Droggiit. W. JOHNSTON & CO....

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 28 June 1888

THE STATE, Split His Head Open. On" of tho most horrible tragedies In the 1 t ry of Oakland county was perpetrated inn milo south of Bloom field Center ou tho uftcrnoou of tho 15th Inst, by Calvin Young, who Btruck Levi Allen a powerful blow across tho left aide of tho head with tho sharp edjfO of a spade, from tho ctiocts of which ho died at an early hour tho next morning. About a year aso Youn;; beeamo angered over somo dicker he had with Allen, und sineo that time the two have not been on speaking terms. Allen's houso is at tho loot of a hill on which Young receutly put a load of earth, tho effect of which was to turn tho drainage, from the hill upon Allen's proH-rty. A Ten du u small ditch to change tho course of the water, and Young noticed Urn alteration while ou his way to i'ontiae, siid on his return took a spade, went to the p'at o and started a ditch to run the water onto Allen's proKrty. It was about s:-'0 in -the even in when Mr. Allen heard h'm at work, mid suppos ing 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. — 28 June 1888

THE END OF THE STORY. You Mere standing k!ou? iu the silence, When I ved down the datr that nip lit, Alone with your thoughts In the slmdow, Away from llm tire' noft LuLt, And never a Live tine you gave hk, Not a word from your Urn let full, A 1 cnine from Hie lurht to your tide, deer, That lilk'ht Iu the old oak ball! Tut I knew, ah, so well, the secret You fancied jou kept unseen. And I hated the pride thut was standing I.lke a tlmdotv our henrti between. So I told vou, that n Iu lit, a story. And you listened aa iu 11 ell. Till I caw that vou guessed the ineuning Of the story 1 tried to tell! You fain would have silenced me then, dear; To li-nve It untold were best Too lutr, f. r I learned, an you drew nto lo your heart that you knew tke rest I And the Miudow passed by from tetweca us Forever beyond recall. As vou whlfiered the end of tire etory That ulgbt, lu the old oak ball! RE-UNITED. A Mory of the Itllzzard, Nov. IGth, 17th, 1886. 15Y FRONA W. CALVIN. During tbo autumn ot '8...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 28 June 1888

i-WWIWMtlXllBllli'X trii 1 4 A. "V! PAUSE AND READ. You will find a full line of DRESS GOODS, WHITE GOODS, DRESS GINGHAMS, Lace Dre3S Fronts, LACE CURTAINS, SCRIM, SATTEENS, VELVETS, CORSETS, PARASOLS. In fact everything in the DRY GOODS ft I 21 23 AT 89. P. ALLEY'S. Brockway Cksthe, Mich. Bargains ! Bargains IN BOOTS c SHOES at tho great BOSTON STOP. 506 fc 503 Huron ave. next the Bee Hive, I't. Huron, Mich. We hava now In our store one of the nicest stocks of Hoots and Shoes in the city, tor jntle men's, ladies' and children's wear ;it Miees tc astonish you. Special run of our ladies' bright Donaolit shoes tit V, the nest unu easiest htlmi; shoo in the city, und conal to any -J.'.wi and $;t,oo hoe sold elsewhere. The very bust school shoe s for boys and girls. A full line of ladies' Oxfords Hud Toe SlipncfH. A complete line of Wigwam Upper 111 all sizes. Men s iuiooer Joois iroiii 12.00 and upward. h (hr Dry Goods Cspartnsnt vou will find a full line of DRESS COODS. In all hades, ...

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