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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 18 January 1883

"w EEKLY ir i 1 JiZv p JL LgiBUHlJJL'.UM.J i ... A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. VoL 1 No. 30. BUOOKWAY CENTRE, MICH., JANUARY 18, 1883 Price, 81.00 a Year. O TIib Weekly Expositor. A Rod Hot, Aggressive, and Pro greseire Journal for Live, Enterprising Headers. TUBLISIIKD ON THURSDAYS. 1 jl YitAtt COo foe Six Moxtim 3ao 0B TnKEE Month. Ja. A. 3IKXZIHS, Editor & Manager. ADVcivrisiKu HATES. 1 inch card ono year 1.3 oolumu udv cut year 1-8 " M " 3 5 00 12 00 JO 00 SO 00 S3 00 t'o 00 Husinfcu.1 locals 6 cants pr line. OHTJltCTI DIKKOTOKY. 2201 si.Uoalsi Protestant Cliurcti. firMc-i ftlwraatwly at 10:30 o'clock a. n.. and -UHrinlf ndeiit. Mothodlat Ejd.copal Ctiurcu. ;jurj.u of Christ nt t!io A. C, C hapel. Svrrtcea nt H w- Sabbath fc.:h.! at S t. ra. lrjr.r iarUi:K evrry Tlurday i-vnin? i husisisss di hector y. O UWti d'aicr Jo Pry ti'Hl, Boot ti Iiom, Jdy MatjCMbnur. Caw. !w. Tvau a yptoiivlty . N7 r?ur Anu. MJ So E tjnay rM, lr Huron, MicU. V (FrnirW ltip!-T Iffnsu.) ISEUliKX KM ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 18 January 1883

The Weekly Expositor J. A. Mexzies, Editor and Manager. BROCKWAY CENTRE, - MICH King George III., ami Rob Sleuth. From Notes and Queries. When King George III. was residing at Cheltenham he paid a vioit to Wor cester. At that time the keeper of the Barborne toll-gate was a man of sturdy character, known as Bob Sleath, who declared that his Majesty should not pass through his gate unless he paid the toll like anv other person. "The Cheltenham toll-gate keepers might let him pass free if they choose more fools they for doing so; but he wasn't going to do so. If thu King came at tho head of an army, then ho would throw open the gate and let him pass through without paying; but so long as be was there as a visitor he must pay tho toll like other folk." Such was Bob Sleath's resolve; and, though tho people to whom he said this told him that he was making an empty boast, and that ho would not daro to shut his toll-bar in tho Kind's face, vet Bob Sleath declar ed that he would most certain...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 18 January 1883

We scatter seeds with careless hand, And mean we ue'er shall see tliem more: Hut tor a tliousaiid year Tlietr fruit appeurs, In weeds that mar the land, Or lu-altlif ul store. The deed we do, the words wc say Into mill air they seem to licet, We couut them ever past ; But they shall ever last la the dread Judgment they And we ahull meet! I chargo thee by tho years gone by, For the love's sake of brethren dear, Keep thou the one true way, lu work aud lluv, Lest iu thai world their cry Of woe thou hear. John Keblk. RUTH'S ROMANCE. CHAPTER VI. Rachel Nugent received this letter from her sister-in-law, in reply to her inquiries regaruing uiun: "Mir Deak Sister: It think I under btand fully tho position at present. Ruth has been on quito friendly terms with Robert Haviland, a young man with one arm, and not a dollar iu his pocket beyond the amount which tho actual necessaries of life call for, from day to day. It is impossible for him to earn more, unless he has a 'streak of luck,' and l...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 18 January 1883

COiVKliSi-ON'DKNCi:. i:u Nott;. t f Tins funiitiiiv toiv J.v'l Yi. .loitca i uiiW nwnri! by II. (. n.nb - .!. i viJi,.,! iw r.u'crt mi WV.liK'-i luy fcivtMiiiii,', .Ian U'tL. with tluMutf-ntioiis of orHniz- jug u singiiiL; l i hil, V"i tfvu tho uSU day U-uvinu: tow n -:rrvi x bi: i..iivtl audlokrii.ivrv.l.- heart- The citieua of 1V art: wuikiui; hard for a new -M. K. church. It is hoped that inaiiv will take an in terest in their well tloJnjrs. Their jwoAptet are ol. Alburi Allen iuHiuls jvUtiny in a stock of groceries in the cheap cash store formerly o-vnod by I.- Dutcher. l)r Wet has bought the residence of W. Wimersticii :n.l intends hanging out his hi;!i;h hen-. We vUh hiiu Miocc-.ur he is well known a a good physician. Jovl y. .Tone has rented his pro perty to I'iiillip CriT.ham ;uu ii ;o iji.il to take up his residence iu J De troit. Oar tww j'osl eilne ins pro is the looks of oi'.r Jhnvinjj little town con siderable. ! ri Kia rf. Mrs Win Praker lvtnriied from a viit in Hint 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. — 25 January 1883

Expositor. EEKLY as A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. Vol. 1 No. 3 7. BROOKWAY CENTRE, MIOEL, JANUARY 25, 1883U Price, $1.00 a Year. tii9 Weekly Expositor. A lied Hot, Aggressive) and Pro gressive Journal for live, Euterpriiu lUadara. PUBLISHED ON TUUUSDJLYS. $1 Ykh 60c von Six Mokw 96o fob TnusK MoJinia.' Jas. A.. Mxvaita, Editor & Manager. llll Mil llll ADVluRriflSTO KATES. l Inihcird one venr : $6 00 18 columu adT uue yeur 13 00 X4 . Si) 00 14 80 00 J. 44 85 00 1 85 00 Uusineas locals S cents par line. OHUftOlI DII'.CTOUY. HelaoJlst Fratsstaat Ckurtb. Mm-iLim &JtruAtJv at 10:30 o'clock a. m.. and 7 xi a. iia 0. V. pMilor. Suparlntoadaat MsthoJltt Eptsrapal Ckoroa. . terviffftl altaruat!yatlO:Oa . aad T p. M Cna'37 tefcooi at p. m H. U. BIO IS. Bupariaiaadaat, Cniirch of Christ at Ike A. C. Chst! S;rrtaeaatlla.ia. Sabbat Safcoal atlp.m Prejur matUyf. eerjr TUurx3 araninc 1M. BUSINESS DUtECTOUV. SL.IUI.LEin J VE CO.. WscWala . t ad Ksvilt dlr in ftrj Qo"; Affctw. liady MatOUi...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 25 January 1883

Tho Weekly Expositor J. A. Menzies, Editor and Manager. BltOCKWAY CENTRE, - MICH STATE NEWS. Mrs. Eugcno llelbcr, aged 23, of Sa line, died suddenly while lelgb-rldinjj ono aft ernoon. ' ' , , , O. F. Tock, brakeman, had a hand crushed while coupling cars flvo miles south of Roscommon. Charles Wilkinson, a resident of Ven ice, Shiawassee county, since 1S40, died a few days ago, aged 70. Wm. DeLong, who had a log 10 feet long and 25 Inches In diameter roll over him near Ludiugton is now getting well. An entire hunting party of eight men, including George Gilbert, of Tort land, was re cently murdered by the A radio Indians in Ar izona. . John Wrench, a brother-in-law of Capt. John Blythe, of tho Quiuev mine, was killed by falling from a plat form in the Key stone iron minis not long since. Tho barns of F. W. Dickey of Mar shall, burned recently and his 30 fine horses were all rescued; lom, $3,500; insurance, 1, 600; Mr. Dickey's house saved with dillleulty. Wm. Brong, merchant of Frai...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 25 January 1883

RUTH'S ROMANCE. ciiArrni vm. Aa the (lava vent hv. Aunt Undid ftlt aura that what sho hoped ior m much would come to fans. Arthur and Hutu were ton-ther a treat deal. and It wu8 plain to sic that between them tlicro existed a Dti-oni: frictxlaiiip from tlio bcMnnln:. It y us cany for such fricudtddp to ripen iuio lovo, wiicu circumstances inrew mem lutocacii other's compauy almost constantly. So urged Aunt lUefcei. fche h.nl watched Ituth closely after tho re rclpt of Mrs. Kugcnl's letter. For tho first lew ilnys there had been trace of a Btrufrglo Willi Herself in Kutu's lace, whlcn eyes sharpen ed by a knowledge of the facts could easily de teet. But Arthur, ignorant of it all. never tain jeeted what iiiado tho girl more grave mid thoughtful than she had Deemed nt llrst. It might bo a phase of her character which he was discovering tor the llrht time. Kutn had fought her battle Irately, and come oil conqueror that is, iu a degree. There w as a sore spot In her heart yet, oud it se...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 25 January 1883

CORRESPONDENCE "V noticed tha sinilinj faca of Sata BttiU in to&n Saturday end waa dts tppoioteil on account of bios not prfladiljf for us Sunday evening. Opj tj-uillo fcr.s J;it neatvod a fall stock of curry combs and brushes, chimnty clstners, etc. iS. O. Welch 1uj a flas lot of lcgi and shingle bolts oa Land at his mill. LlUi- Ii3ll. has opo.tol protracted meeting at th Gray sihool house. ili?3 M. litttls rpjit Stturday aod rfunday with Mrs Geo. Hiville. Albeit Allen has goi nicely stared in the groccy business. We hii h will nuk a buo:css of it at l; is a Rood felloT ant net able to do hard work, Tvno. l'r?o tilcahlutt. belayed U'rro?jir.(!ei.co La.t Sabbath Kldor Kilty oiosod his meeting here. lie opened the church for nuiubtrhip and 17 joined. The ocul lat ulcht vim a grand anccess. There vrere 1-V number ioli at 25 cents and over $15 realiz ed from cake. Much credit is dua Mis McTaviah and th Mi Potter for tha able assistsnce they reoder ed ia fiingln and speaking. Mies M...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 1 February 1883

v3 3 JLLdA POSITOR A H HULA! A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. VoL 1 No. 38. BROOKWAY CENTRE, MICH., FEBRUARY 1, 1883 Price, 81.00 a Year. KUi WW The Weekly Expositor, A Ilod Hot, Aggressive and lro gressivo Journal for Livo, Euterprifcing Headers. c rUBUSHED OX THURSDAYS. 61 jl Yeah 00(! von Six Moirrii 3Sc pokTiibku Movrua. Jas. A. Mukius, Editor it Manager. AD V CttTISIX G KATE!. 1 lnshcanl one year 3 00 column udv or.e year 12 00 j.4 20 00 l8 30 00 j.ji 23 00 1 65 00 Business locals 5 cents per line. Giiuueu diui:ctohy. UctfcaiJs Protestant Church. k iTlue alternately at lrt;r)o oYlork a. ui.. and 1 p. ta. !Uev C. is. CL.A.KK I'fustor. tic.uUj SohexJ at p. in. J. S. DUnNR, Surwintcinletit. MtUo4Ut I2iIcopal Churcu. SorviJf- aJUrnatrly at 10: n. in. and 7 p. ra. UevA.J. UoLMF.S. Pastor. Kn5aj Boiiool at p. m. i O. 11KTT1S. fjuperintoudent. Oharcli of Christ at the A. C. Guapvl. Gerries at U a. SablmtU R hool at 8p.m. Prjer juecUuu every Tliurmlay evening 7 :". BUSINESS JMH ECTOR Y....

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 1 February 1883

The Weekly Expositor J. A. Menzies, Kditur and Manager. DROCKWAY CENTRE. - MICH UE5ERAL SOTES. A m arm age ceremony camo to nn abrupt and ludicrous termination tho other day in Atlanta, Ga. A prominent j clergyman, of that city having consent ed to unite a colored couple, had just asked tho solemn question, "Wilt thou I take this woman, P etc.," when nn old flame of tho bridegroom poked her head into the room and paid: Henry, I jess dar you to say yes." Henry sank into the nearest chair without a word, and tho company thoughtfully with drew. The circus building in Russia in which ISO persons were burned up. could not have been better arranged to destroy human life in case of fire even if the owner had hoped to bring about tho disaster. Tho front door opened in ward and the side doors were nailed up. The only way of getting out was through tho windows from which the burning spectators dropped to the street. To allow such a building to be used as a place of public amusement where fire...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 1 February 1883

RUTH'SJOIUBCL CHAPTER X. Mra. Nugent wu tortured with curlority to know what bad taken place at Wlrwtod. But Iluth had nothing to tell, and her step-mother noon came to the conclusion thutKachel'a plans had failed. 'Poor fool !" she ald, resenting Ruth's ac tion as she inferred what It mtut hare been from her silence In much the light of a person al injury "poor, silly fool ! To throw aside the chance of a llfo-tlme !" It was quite evident to her, from Ruth's si lence, that she knew nothing about her agency in the matter. Therefore, on that point she felt Bfe. She expected Ruth would ask some questions about Robert. But she did not men tlon him. "Her prldo will not let her," concluded Mrs, Nugeut. "Well, the only thing gained id that he U out oi tne way, ana mat Is sometulng. Jt is better for mo that she marries no one than that she should inarrv a one armed pauper." During Ruth's absence, a school for such children us those she had taughthad been start ed ou a bcuIc which made It u...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 1 February 1883

C O K K ESPOND EN C K. v Ai.i.i-: fi vnu:. O.li' M'li'Kll i r,UVS:U; lUVOf- sMy v illi .Miss .Mini .M-I-nu-U ae tfa icr. There :ia l 01 M:pp:-r r.t J. 11. Uiu-kcU'a on Tuesday rvcniry las' for tlu benefit of Itev J.T. Fox- 1. An fciijoyal'lH tiiMc was had and M.HS IH'ttcd. John AVorde-n, of Sneaker, i now our milli-r. lie give t..n:I snti--Tu.-ti n. The sLInlo mill is 'loin;,' ewel'vat work n tuini:i;r out hhincs lively Siiii."il' i icI ( - :ii.' uriiijiii in thick aiiul i'a. .Miclnela is jjttthrjj "ill yard v!l stocked v. I Lh lojs. ilukellm isliinliu; hirffi' quanti ties 't" WOCh!. The v.'iloy Outre Lodge 1. O. U. T. i lc; te;l tlio following t-Gccrs for tkt next quarter. W. 0. T.--Egc!io lV.ri.-L. Y. V. 1 Mra Em.u.i Hakwlim. A. a Vr". .1. Makdiai. V. F. o. S. Ik York. W T.--Mm Kllen Hdorn. W. I. (J. Mis. Dora Uaymond. yy. o, (X.F. A. Kyi-. Y. M. Clias Kyes. l.isinf$a is improving and our merchants are cluing a guod trade. J. If. I?eckctt hue gone to Lansh't ou business. S. L. Jia...

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 February 1883

.EJEKLiY XP08IT 1.1 4 fJif-LiiiS- A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. VoL 1 Na 3p. BROOEWAY CENTRE, MIOH.. FEBRUARY 8, 1883 Price, 81.00 a Year. OR i TtD Weekly Expositor. A XUd Hot, Aggressive and Pro gressive Journal for Live, Enterprising Readers o . PUBLISHED ON THURSDAYS. 0 A Yrab 00c roB Sur Momths itc Ton Thbbb iloimu. Jit. A. Msxxize, Editor b Manager. ADVUftTISINO BATXS. 1 Inch card one year 6 00 1.A eoiumn adv one year 11 00 j.4 " 20 00 14 80 00 i.a . 35 00 t Oft 00 Business locals 5 cents per line. OHTJttUH DIBECTORY. lleJieJiMl Protestant Church. i altamatelr t o clock a. a., aaa ' SupariBtsaasnt, Methedut Episcopal L'burcb. UtrrHm ailri'r at 10 83 a. m. and T p. a nuAaj School at 9 p. m. 8. U. ttttTTIS. Suparla Undent, Vi ttth of Christ at the a. C, Chapel. B-rtssalll.n. Sabbath Bobcat t p. m. ffYayve bimUuk aTary Tburaday ovaalaf r:S9. BU8INE33 DIRECTORY. a- L BiLLKNTINE Jb CO.. WbolwaU O. eas IUull Hralsrs in Dry Good, Boots Ache. Bsadj Ma CMMne, lists, Caps. At. T Bvola'...

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 February 1883

The Weekly Expositor J. A. Menzie9, Editor and Manager. BROCKWAY CENTRE, - MICH state SEirs. Chango in' the plans of the Eaton county court bouse at Charlotte, Lave brought the contract price from $S500 up to $15,242. A small child of Joseph Wells, a farmer, living eight mlics from East Sagluaw, fell on a hot stove, and died from tho effects. The Charlotte postofiieo has been raUod to a second class olllce, with salary at $2,000 and clerk ldre furuiahed by the govem ment. J. Watt, a Hillsdale student, while re turning from a ball tipped over, when the horse ran away, Jumped iuto a ditch and killed himself. Tho Michigan Central company has leased the north park at Dowagiac to tho city, and a town hall costing $7,000 will bo erected thereon in the spring. A mail pouch arrived at Petoskcy from St. Ignace few days ago fror.cn t j a solid mass, haviug evidently" crowed the etr Jilts by the 6ub-aqueous line. A meeting will bo held at the court house, Tontiac, February 7 and 8, to orgaulze...

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 February 1883

RUTH'S ROMANCE. ... ' C1IAITER XH. ' ' , On day, ia lato winter,', a ; telegram ' Vm brought to Ruth., "' . ; ' . ' 1 "" It waa from Wtnstcd. ' ' ' ' "I'm afraid A nut Rachel'- Blck,"aUo said ap- pre-henfilvely, as she unfolded the paper. It was a brief message only this: 'Miss Nugent died last night. Conio at croco." "Samuel Ciuwford. Dead! Aunt Rachel dead! She went about like one In a dream as she made her preparations to go to Wlusted. Uad any one been with Aunt lUencL me wonacreu, when the tmil eamc any near friend, like Artuur, ur uitpcu i duo iiiouui. uui, ui iub telegram would have couio from them instead of Lawyer Crawford. 1 ... "She must have died ' suddenly," thought Ruth, "if her sickness bad boen olany leugui, she would have sent for me." Then, what Aunt Rachel said to her at part ing eame into ner rnind. "If she waa there next summer, but perhaps she might go away. If she did, she would never come back !" Now, she understood what Aunt Rachel meant. She had been thinki...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 8 February 1883

CORRESPONDENCE. ML.I.VIN. Wood and timber it being brought iito towE In Urgj quantities end boight by Wm Method end A PonaMsou. There il a food or.eaiog for ft boa maker hera in towa. Shoveling snow it the popular ftiuttf ement these days. Chat Dewey it doing ft large busi ness these day. , freetutgbliczard struck ut ftgala latt Thursday. Wm HoLeod it almost rushed to death with business uow-tV-daye. At last we bava a tuffleieat tupply of "the beautiful" for ordinary pur posts. Drown City Business is livwly in town. Bcveral cases of measles reported. "Win Uaruett, 1 miltnortb of here, baa told, bis farm. We have not beard where bo inttnds (joing. J. A. Yannest our enterprising merchant informs u tbat busines vas uuver better with Liin tban at present. He is baying nearly ail tbo wood tbat comes to town. Andrew Witchall bat told bit 33 acre fann in the border of the village to Robt Eyanafor the handsome sum ofl,'J00. Joba Brown our grain buyer iu forms us tbat the busine ha batn lack...

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 February 1883

;r th acit fin x r, A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. Vol. 1 No. 40. BROCKWAY CENTRE, MICH., FEBRUARY 15, 1803 Price, SI. 00 a Year. W jiJbjlvJLj l -2 The Weekly Expositor. A Hod Hot, Aggressive ami Pro gressive Journal for Live, Knterprising Headers. PUBLISHED ON THURSDAYS. o tX A Yeah COc von Six Months 35o roB Tuuub Moxths. J AS. A. Mf.X7.IKS, Etlitor fc Manager. .. -lil! ADVERTISING RATES. 1 inch card ona year 18 cohimu adv one year 3 5 00 U' 00 20 00 80 00 35 00 1 " C5 00 Business locals 5 tents per line. CHUItCII DIllEOTOllY 3saccr.r r lletlioJlst Trotestaut Church. fiervit-es allornutHy at 10:80 o'clock a. nj.. and lB.ni. Iter C. B. CLARK l'aator. $wi,lus School at i p. m. C. D. VANDEKL1P. Suiwriuteiult-iit. ljt!iu.Ust Kiilacopa,! Church . fsewiei iaiTiiaielytttlO:a. m. and 7 p. m. linvAJ. HOLMF.K. Pastor. Sunday Si ltool at U p. ra a. g. uilttis. Sujieriiitencifiif. Church of Christ at the A. I', Chaiwl. Serrk-e at 11 a. in. SiUrtiath S.-hool at p. in. Vroyer meoUntf every Thu...

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 February 1883

The Weekly Expositor J. A. Mexzies; Editor and Manager. BROCKWAY CENTRE. MICH GENERAL KUTES. A grave injustice has been done Treasurer Folk of Tennessee. Ho was charged by the press of this country with stealing $400,000 from his State, and the chargo u not true. An expert accountant has gone through tho books, and it is discovered that he stole a littlo less than $300,000. We cheer fully make the correction. Colorado sends two so-called bonan za kings to tho Senate. Tom Boweu, who goes in for tho long term, is tho chief owner of the famous Ida gold mine, in San Juan, and is worth several mil lions. Mr. Tabor, who captured tho short term, is reputed to bo worth about $10,000,000. He is deservedly popular, having used his wealth largely in build ing up Denver and Leadvillo. Every worthy enterprise in tho state has re ceived his ready assistance. The late Prince Charles of Germany, by his will, leaves 27,000,000 marks, apportioned as follows: 12,000,000 to his son Prince Frederick Cha...

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 February 1883

TUB VERDICT. There was silence in the court room, Like the slU-uee of the grave, Ere the foreman ejave the verdict: Would it ruin! Would it save I Many an anxious heart was beating, Doubtful whether it would thrill With compassion or with gladuess; And the prisoner's heart stood still. In bis hands his face was hidden, Waiting for the fateful word That proclaims all hoie forbidden, Or the freedom of a bird. And he thought of what avails it What the value of good name . If it does not aid to cave me From a life henceforth of shame) Twaa to him a day of judgineut, Like to that which w aits us all, When the trumpet of the angel From their graves the dead shall coll. And we stand twelve solemn jurors We the only Helf-poesewsed; Keady to reveal the secret Trembling yet within our breast. Then tho foreman pake : "Not guilty !" And the voting man raised his head ; And he looked a child of beauty Rising, weeping, from tho dead. Silence reigns again a momeut; Slience of a gladsome awe ; And ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 15 February 1883

Hum' CORRESPONDENCE. . v.u.m'.y ci:xT!t?:. Uaautif ul vt atlier just now. Ths trains all running m time once zaoro. School cp'-ntd oi Monday last after a week' vacation. . Saw logs and sninl bolts aro coming in w ith a rush. Mesa slJcck Ctt & Cauton can supply all in need Of frhingh-s with .1 first-class article la any quantity lcsircI. Michaels lias put in a new ar in hit mill and bcan .'awing eain on Monday last. A number of our citizens' start for Miiuhfn to-morrow ai witnesses in tho York-Marshall lawsuit. Tlio child of R. Bryco township treasurer, win Iniried to-day. G. V. Dafoe start for Dakota in a couplo of wcolvS. St i:usk Itruwu City Delay c I Corrvsponilence, Lots of snow and sumo to spare list Friday and Saturday. A. N. Culver is imto sick with inflammation of tlio luns cjiiucd by taking a heavy cold. The committee appointed to locale ft Mtefor ike M. K. parsonage, select ed and bought the lot adjoining AL T, Couklin on tlio eat. Tlio measlo i? u!to prevalent omon ui...

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