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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 22 February 1883

"V3 C'! Exposr roii A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. VoL 1 No. 41. BHOOKWAY CENTRE, MICH., FEBRUARY 22, 1883 Price, $1.00 a Year. -t.i -"w vi . w -vf- w" tr """Mr- Tho Weekly Expositor. A Bed Hot, Aggressive and Pro gressive Journal for Live, Enterprising Headers. o PUBLISHED ON THURSDAYS. o 1 . 41 a Ybau COc von Six AIottus t6C FOB TUBEE MoN'TUS. Jast A. Mkvzxej, Editor fc Manager. ADVERT1SINC1 RATES. 1 Inch card one year 5 G 00 1-8 columu ndT one year 13 00 1.4 " XO 00 M ' 30 00 l-j 35 00 j C5 Oo Business local a 3 rent per line. CIIUKUH DIHKtrrOUY Kst&oAbt Proteataut Cburcb. EecvlcM altarnaUJy t 15:B0 o'clock a. nt.. aud t p. bx. lUv O. H. CLAUK Paalor. tMoOej Bohol at i p w. C. D. VASDEUL1P. "" SiiponiUtfiidnut. MslUollat Uplsropal Cfiurca. OarvleM alternately at 10:30 it. m. auJ T p. m. IIt A. J. HOI.5IT-S. Ffstui". ftuad&y &Ar)A at 9 p. ra. S. (1. liETTU. 3uniriuU)U(luut. Cinrclx of CUr!t at the . C, Cliopel. iorrleaeat tl a. u. Sabbath School at ! I p. ra. Prayer r...

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 February 1883

The Weekly Expositor J. A. Menzies, Editor aud Manager. BROCKWAY CENTRE, MICH STATE XE tfS. A new coal mine being opened near Jackson shows a four-footed vein only S3 fee from the surface. An Italian was thrown from the cage of tLo Wolverine mine, near Calumet, aud died from the effects of tho fall. D. H. Waters, warden of tho Ionia Louse of correction, will choose Lis staff as follows : Deputy warden, Samuel Stowell, of Ionia; clerk, Norman bailey, of Hastings; engineer, llenrv C. Sanford, of Grand Haven; chaplain, Bev. C. I. Deyo, of Mendou. Daviel Cole, a cook in one of JohiuC. Brown's lumber camps on the Au Ores river, started to walk to W est Branch, 20 miles, to take the cars to Saginaw, lie was found frozen to death about two miles from Au Ores, lie was about 40 vears old, a resident of Sagi naw county, and leaves a wife and child. Irving Canficld teaches school in Spicerville, two miles from Eaton Rapids, and Lad occasion to punish the son of Fred Sptcer. owner of the saw an...

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 February 1883

ITIIMCIS 1MIJ Glt VI.tlAII. II T MAHY C. ItVOU I dreamed a dream the othr r night, When everything was still ; I dreamed I taw the parts of spoecb All dancing a quadrille. A low, deep prouu escaped my nmutu A tear stood in my eye ; I thought I said, a month ago, To grammar a good-bye. Aud there, the hateful things, they ttood, A curious, motley crowd, And while 1 gazed the mule played : Kaeh to hU partner bowed. The Noun was utandlng with the Verb, As it is wont to do. And followed it where'er it went, A subject tried and true. The Verb was all ou action U'lit In such a merry mood It made it quite Imperative That it should be subdued. And, lust before them, vU-u-vi, As I have always hcurd, Stood thenc two t'liiallfying ones, The Adjective, Adverb. While, to the side, of less account, To my best recollection, Stood Pronoun. Preposition, Conjunction, Interjection. Then right aud left, aud ladles' change And cnasscz in the middle, And promenade and balancez, . While Syntax played the f...

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 February 1883

ms fa jokes urn "Vrbal ou cf.rth u tat ycu Lave got ou your uypcr lip," mta tlo grocery wan to the tad bey, as he eame ia ud began to pd a rutaba ga, fiudbi upper lip'Lungdowu ovr his tetth, and wai covered with Boraethiog tfcatlooUi like kltoaiaik eri wax. "You look at though you had heca digging potctoMvitb your nose." "O, that'tf tens of pa' dim emart: net. I csl:J him if Lo kucv of auytbiug that would wake a boy'i inoustat-hw jjrow, and he told bo the best thing ho ever tried w&t tar, and for cie to rub it 0:1 thick when I rcat to bed, cad wash it off hi tie raoming. I jut it oa lt night, and by gosh I can't wr.ab it off. Pa told me all I had to do was to uje a oourinj brick, and it would coiue off, and I u&ed the brick, and it took the skin off, (2o:2 Xp look very bad." Tho groccryman told bin it traa the worst looking lip he ever eavr, bet he could cure it by rubbing a little cayocne psppcr in the tar. He eaid tho tar would neutralize tie pepper, and the pepper would l...

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 March 1883

y. sir 2fc OSITOR Ik?'' I v liaiiWWIWIIWIWM IWMWPI JIM II "'JUj'aJlA. 1 - . "ZTXT A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. BROCKWAY CENTRE, MICH., MARCH 1. 1883 Price, 81.00 a Ycjot. VoLl No. 42. Tin Weekly Expositor, A Kedllot, Aiv;iv ami Pro gressive Journal for Live, Entcirii"i? Konlcr. rri-r.isuKi) ox 'ihlt.sbays. O $1 a Ykab euc i :; Srx Months Ja. A. A!i:ni:.s IMitor it Manager. Great Mi d, opposno m6 ilUilSO ISO illy ok, BrocKwav , auvcbtimxcs u.vn:. 7 V.vh "ir 1 one year 1-S C'iiim.i :vdr"oi'f y:ir 1-1 t.'t 4 " a s oo 13 0 SO 00 SO 00 55 00 " or, 00 Busings locals 5 rent' per line. cnrwn Diur.ivroiiY .U. i .!; Protestant Cliurc'.j. SWrlivt uU'ni;iifly t l-i;.'W o'clooV u. in., aud 7 , j. B..v V. i:. CI,AKK lw or. Jf.wu.Vw ftclt.l at ly. ra. t I. V WDF.ULir. SUlK-l'illt-lllUtllt. :l mU. I ii Uplj,'!,'l C.'liiircit. 12-wvm aitMM)j:-'y a l v'. i'- m l V j. m. 'uTjarrh ofltiil.t .it t!ic , V. l::v. J. lrvki-.a U a. ei. nV .t4 -1. .it H p. m. ursif n iYT mi: i'.'. . j v. O I- mi.LENriNE A...

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 March 1883

The Weekly Expositor J. A. Mexzies, Editor and Manager. BROCKWAY CENTRE, MICH GENERAL JiOTES. The New York Legislature baa been wemorializoitoenacta law "regulat ing the sizo of a barrel." This does not, of course have reference to tho po litical .barrel," of which all sizes aro popular but the bigger the better. The supply of hard and decorativo timber for mechanical and artistio pur poses will in the near future, it Is thought, bo largely obtained from Bra ill, where tho sources of these choice and valuable materials aro known to be well nigh inexhaustible. The Mormons, with Judge Black as their advocate, profess to bo confident of vindicating "tho constitutional rights of Utah" in tho United States Supremo Court Mormonism dies hard. In fact, it docs not yet appear that the process of dissolution has begun. M. Pasteur reports to the Paris Acad emy of Medicino that ho possesses four dogs which he has inoculated in such a manner that they cannot become mad. As man can take hydrophoD...

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 March 1883

TUB Il.lLL.iD OP A BO HE. Yes, we shall mlsi htm very much, Deiite hit faults, for he h tuuh A wonderfully crfect bore; A human auger, bo to speak, Ami one that, by a curious freak As it grew duller It rlrcetl the more. The Honorable Alfred Tot" It waa our hero's mournful lot To henr this tragic name net sail Upou a whimsical sca-lurk; ills oily words, poured round the bark, He knew would Hill the wildest gale. Hut LU relentless laryux brought A fate of which he'd never thought: A few weeks out the captain died, Br vapid chat completely iloored ; The crew fled madly overboard, And Tot waa left lu lonely pride. Yet he kept up, through sun or fog. The ship's and his own mono logue; He talked the storm down, and at last, With many a pensive, lingering qualm, Amid a wIUm aud death-tired calm, Ou Patagonia's shore was cast The ill-bred natives planned to eat him That was the oulv way to beat him, They wished to banquet him ; and what, In view of their scant larder-thclf, Could do more ho...

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 March 1883

" I" C O ft R lSK) i D E N C E. y a l l I. v ci:sti?i;. Two l;:u-lv--o!t'j of winitT U bruk i'U iscjiy 'litis wrHtlu-r look liko k don't it? Wo tliink July will futcii it however. A number of tho hoy h:ivo t.c back to tho lumber ootU ngsin. 1 A. Kyc.n v!u hub l.ioeu dork :k;r for iLlx.iIim i.ixjro;,' in Ovid to ifii.lc. G. F. Sytx o:ir sl.'in.,k(.,r is kojt l.iuy witli oil.. Jlc iii th )mx bo.injikfcr of this ouniy. Y noii c.l't lio jjtuird proprietor of thi Mdvin Hotel ia our villain tbe.otlur day vulh a laro rUt l.i-.b !iy wt ro'jru! at lie" ktt t,s mill. houus of ooriif i;;ftlov ara g;;ttiK.j; the western frver J srma ar : iirj lo start for Tcia ia tha t juius. tkntiii:. lllllWII ( llj 3Ir A. Whita, of Hunter' Creak, has Won ith her daughter Mrs il. b. Conkliu during her Kieknes with measles. Eli Wtillce and Frank Suylfir started for Lakevillo Monday morn ing to attend tho funeral of .Mrs M. G. Hiehrtoiid, Mr tfuydtr's cousin, whose remain were bror.ght from fcst Loiti, Mo., to L...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 8 March 1883

Expositor EEKLY A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. Vol 1 JNo. 43. BROOKWAY CENTRE, MICH., MARCH 8, 1883 Price, 81.00 a Year. The Weekly Expositor. A lltnl Hot, Aggressive and Pro grofstro Journal for Live, EuterprUiug Keadurs. c TV11LUHD ON THURSDAYS. 7 Jru o 3F Id) 1 a Y&Afc 60o fob Six Montu o fob Tnuiiu Months. J as. A. Mkxzik, Editor & Manager, t-LSllil'L. . ADV liHTIKI.VC KATES. x Inch card one yir 3 5 00 1 eoluuii) artv one year 12 00 ;jl-4 ?i) 00 1-1 0 00 i-i a oo J " OO Business local I eente per line. CHURCH DII.EOTOt.Y alcliiajlai ProteaUnt CuireU. gorrleoa allaraataly at t: o'clock a. and ,1 Ker C. I. CLAUK raator. KkmuvV Soboo) e.l p. u. C. P. VANDEKLIP. tiujcrinlui.rlil. Ittiiw4lt Epltcopal Church. u-U- tlMiloly t lO.D h. m. and ? p. m. Hut A.. J. H(1.MF.. Paitor. Bm-Uv MiUl at a p. m. - O. cooi'fc-K. Siiirintoixlcut. Cnarch ef Chrlet at the . C, Chapel. flcrrVrj a 11 a. SaMroth Uolio'l at a p. iu. TrTr tuixHiutf vvrjr Thur!ir ev -litis T:Bo HITS IN 12SS DIUKCTtHJV...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 8 March 1883

The Weekly Expositor J. A. Menziks, Editor aud Manager. BROCKWAY CEXTUK. - MICH statk yams. Threo prisoners eseaped thfou?h tho toot of the East Saginaw jail a few day ago. There is a wood faniino nt Sault Ste Marie, owing to the great depth of snow which prevcuts stilt lera from hauling. Samuel E. WalbrMpe, one of tho most prominent citlzcua of halamar.oo, and well known throughout tLe entire state, died very suddenly at his home In Kalamaeoo on the 20lh f February, of apoplexy. During this winter every tug boat and schooner at Muskegon has been broken Into and some articles stolen. In one or two cases ineffectual attempts were made to set lire to the boat, but beside a alight charring not much damage v. a done in that respect. Ollleera have been looking up the case tait have not jet met with any success. Recently a watch man has been employed in guarding the boats. At r o'clock, on the morning of Feb ruary 20 t he dwelling house, of Peter Denna, at Montague, burned to the ground. ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 8 March 1883

A.llAClICLOll. Too poor for a nob; Too roud for ix mob ; Too line for the moo Poor devil ! Too iuytlo for trade; Too hout-kt, 'tU Mid, For gain that ta made By cvi!. Too liljh bU Ideal; Too bumble the real ; To duty to fool For grieving. Too patient for hatlLc; Too tuirthlcus for mating; Life' a pleasurea bcliitlng, And leaving. Too little a poet, To make tbe world kuo It; Tik weak to forego It, Still trying. Tou frauk ; too forgiving; Too prone to bellevlug; Tim loueaomo for living Or dying. NORA'SJERIL. CIIAFTElt III. On tbe following foreuoon we uiado a eloso examination of the castle, tbe rctmlt of which wa tliat a letter was despatched that evtulug to an eminent architect in Dublin, miiitlng Ida earlj attendance. In tbe ofternoou the Colonel and I couUuued our walkthrough the demesne occasionally Bit ting down to rent up sn the trunk of some fallen tree, or moss-covered utonu ou the margin of the river ; selecting polnta commanding beauti ful views of the stream and glen, throu...

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 March 1883

tfUA.Ni humpek degukk:' "Say, ar you a Mason, or a nod fellow, or anything?" askl the lad boy of the grocery mm. 'Why, yes, of course I am." "Well, do the goats bunt when you uishiaU a fresh eandtate?" 'No, of course not. Tho goaU art) htap oiies, that hayo uo life, and tve lnum-l them, aud put pillow over their bead, so they can,t hurt anybody," say the grocery man, as ho wiuicd at a brother nodfollow tvh neat ad ou a sugar barrel , looking xuyitcrioui. ,Uut why do you afcir "Oh, nuthiu, only I wiih we and uiy cli urn had muzzlad our goat with a pillow. Pa would have enjoyed hit becoming a tnomber of our lodge better. You see pa had been telling us hove much good the Masons and Odd Fellers did, and said we ought to try aud grow up good o wo could jino the lodges wheu wo got big, and I asked pa it' it would do any hurt for us to bare a play lodge in my room, and purtend to nUhiato, and pa said it wouldn't do any hurt. He aid it would itnprovo onr rniuds, and learn Ui to b mu. So ray...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 15 March 1883

Expositor ',1' JLii A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. Vol. 1 No. 44. BROOKWAY CENTRE, MICH., MAR JH 15. 1833 Price, SI. 00 a Year. To) Y r o , J 1 1 j n YY JGjJDjJ Ma o Tin Weekly Expositor. A lied Hot, Aggrosnive ami l'ro grcisivQ Journal for Live, Kiitcrprising Reader. rUMJSUED OK THURSDAYS. $1 x Ybau 60o foh Six Months ao voa Tubku Months. J as. A. Mkvzim, Editor fc Manager. ADVERTISING ItATr;?. 1 incti curd one year eoluiau ndr oue year $ C 00 12 00 20 00 80 00 35 00 1-4 1-8 Mi 1 es oo Uusinos Iws'at & re'-Is per lira. CLUJ.U'U DIUKCTOHV IMuvdtat Protestant Church. Services altaiiuatelY at li):W o'clock a- m.. aud 7 p mi. K C. U. CLAUK Fastor. 8w.-v.lfii- ScUool at tf p m. CD. VANDEKLIP. Supeiuiteudcut. MUUolItt Upttcopal Churru. aarrlcaw oltaruatuly at 10 :.. in. nnd 7 p. m. j;v A. J. HOLM US. Tasior. Sunday SUuhJ at a p. iu. C. I'OOPKK. SuiKTintcndt'iit. Church f Chrlat at the . C, Chapel. HwrvicM at 11 a. iu. gabb-Oli School at : t I p. m. Frayar luaetiux evry Tbutmlay evt ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 15 March 1883

The Weekly Expositor J. A. Menzies, Editor and Manager. UROCKWAY CENTRE. MICH ST-VTIS "NUTIVH A signal service is to bo established in Cheboygan. The telephone. . exchange, nt Green ville began bubluess a few day ago. There is not an aero of laud subject to state entry In either Keweenaw or Houghton counties. The Rev. Alfred Eddy, for 12 years pastor of the Presbyterian church at Nllce, died on the 5th Inst., aged 08. The- houso of John Connors, at Coral, was burned a few days ago. Loss $000; Insur ance 1 400. Dr. Carry's house was on tiro but It was extinguished with small loss. A iiro destroyed the largo greenhouses and damaged the residence of F. Deckman of East Saginaw, recently, to the smount of ffl, 000; Insurance cn dwelling and contents, $ 1, iWO. Twenty-five converts, nearly all young ladles and 'gentlemen, w ere buptlzcd at the Congregational church In 11 udson on a recent Sundav, by the Rev. T. U. Colton. as the result of the evangelistic work of Prof. Estabrook. Rowell C...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 15 March 1883

There are no flow'rcts la tby Up, O wild, Weak March i No eoftuess lu the chaugc f ul skirt That o'f r thee arch ; For Whiter, as he passed away, Mid walllugs low, Let fall a uiautle o'er thy form Of glltt'rlnj; enow, A Murly child art thou la our New England rllme : Though iK)ets call thee Pprlug, thou'rtswee Alone m rhyme. Would I could with the swallow fly, When summer's o'er, Where oraDge blossoms scent the ulr, From this chill shore; Where thou art crown'd with Mar-bud And gl id art dawn, And lliuging gulden butter cups Upou the lawn; And yet I'd, like the blue-bird, seek My northern nest, When thou wcrt Bleeping peacefully Do earth's green brcaet. I tfiauk flod for a warm, bright hearth, While March is sighing And Huiv'ring o'er a new-made grave, Where Wluter's lying. Wild wludu, affections pure and warm Ye cannot chill; And oh! the sunniest clime U where belov'd ones dwell. 1 Fanny Pnlr. NORA'S PERIL. CHAPTER V. About a week subsequent to Count Albauo's arrival, Colonel De Bu...

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 March 1883

Rar.uniwii'wn aj.r---.it CORRESPONDENCE. L!:uui U rushing at tho elevator. Vr Nude is doiiij; .-irutfbin;; haA- Lodii in Lis Madomiih lio?. Uo is u !irsit-cla! hoitiibuer. Win. Bolton i vry low fiomllcod ing at iheluiis. 31 r Wilson Iuih purchased a lot and will build u house aud shop thcrtou toou. W ilsou anlRMjiaies ruuninj; .1 l'uruituro atore and cur ring shop. pKWto. VALLliV CUXI'HE. As it vrns iu the days of Noah so it was not iu the day of Wiggiui. Wtl! v turvived Wiggins wind. Business ia lively iu our villuo. M. XV. McKinuoD called on us bet week and got quite a number of new subscribers for the Expositor. The Good Templars lodge in this placo is gettiug along nicely. The exercises are varied each week, soiis, recitations, fce. jN Roberts, of Port Huron, was in town this week measuring up the wood purchased from Mr Makehtn. Makelim has bought several hundred t"id this wiuter. ScuibK. Uroivfi City Pleasant weather but bad roads as Xhe snow is leaviug. 1 ho re will be an exhi...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 22 March 1883

:r inn ri'oi j. A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN.. VoL 1 No. 45. BROOK WAY CENTRE, MICH., MARCH 22, 1883 Price, 31.00 a Year. 13 The Weekly Expositor. A Hod Hot, Aggressive and Pro gressive Journal for Live, Enterprising Headers. i o PUKLISIIED OX THURSDAYS. tl A YEAH COC KOK Sl MoNTllS 2(!xc for TnRBK Ioxnis. Jas. A. Mknzik, K Jit or it Manager. ADVIIUTISINO RATCS. 1 inch eartl one year 1-8 column tulv one year 1-4 44 l-ii 44 4 4 4 & o 00 12 00 20 00 :) 00 :;j 00 CJ 00 Uu9ines3 locals 5 cent per line. CHURCH DIUKCTOllY tliodJt Protestant Cburch. fiervioea alternately nt lO-.M o'clock a. m.. and f.u. fceT C. li. CLARK, I'aator. fiunrtay School at ii p. in. C. P. VANPEKLIP. SuR'riiitrndt'iit. J'othodlst UuUconal ChurcU. BervW- alternately at 10:30 u. m. nnd T p. m. Key A. J. HOLMES. Pastor. Sunday School at p. m. C. COoPEK. . Superintendent. Church ol" Christ at the A. C. Chapel. fMirriws M 11 a. m. Snbhath P.-hool at 8 p. m. 1'rayer inert lug every Thursday evening BUSIN IvSS Dill...

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 1883

The Weekly Expositor J. A. Menziis, Editor and Manager. BUOCKWAY CENTRE, MICH GENERAL MITES. Theub is unusual activity in Russia just now. Tlio Czar is taking every precaution to head off the Nihilists at the coronatfon, and tho Nihilists aro lay ing their plans, literally and physically, to "head off" the Czar. A r a recent fancy-dress ball at Syd ney, Australia, the wife of an editor ap peared as the "Press." Her dress was made of several copies of her husband's paper, printed in colored inks on white satin. Tho fortunate editor's subscrip tion list has perceptibly increased since this shrewd bit of advertising. Tun Chinese who were recently driv en out of Waynesboro, (Ja., have begun suits for damages in the United States District Court at Savannah, under di rection of the Chinese Minister at Wash ington. There are three suits, one brought by Loo ('hong & Co. for 50, 000, one by Thomas LooChoug for 840 000, ami one by Ah Siug fr "? ',,(00. There are eighteen defendants. The P...

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 1883

AS HAD AS EVEK. The IIoy' l'a Heroin. nil luveutor, und Only a Full of Cold Water Nave lllmlrom Heroin In if n llnriit OllVr-InjC. From Peck's Sun. "Ha! ha! Now 1 have got you," ihl th grocery matt to the bad hoy the other morning, an he came in ami jumped up on the couuter ami tied the end of a hall of twine to the tail of a dog, ami "sick ed" the dog on another dog that waH following a passing sleigh, causing the twine to pay out until the whole hall was scattered along the block. "Con demn you; I've a notion to choke the liver out of you. Who tied that iwjue to tho doff's tail?" Tim hoy choked up with emotion and the tears camo into his eyes, and he said he didn't know an tiling about the twine or tho dog. Ho said lie noticed the dog come in and wag his tail about the twine, but ho supposed ho was a friend of tho family, and did not disturb him. "Everybody lays everything that is done to me," said the boy, as he put his handkerchief to his nose, "and they will be sorry for it whe...

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 1883

CORRESI:C:N!'!.v,r::. SI civ Jlriti:. Winter is itruggliu; hard for lift. The l-oys arc Htragglii)!; home from the lumhir woods. Wm olttu is rci-ovcriug slowly. II. J. Mi-riioi' still continues to buy grain iu alnnnlaiuv. Business is jjood generally. A. Donaldson will soon move out of his hoU-1. Supervisor 3Iort h about leaving lor Dakota an 1 has-thy Lest wishes Of his many friends. 31m M. A. Elliott lata of this plflcy has mjved to Xisey, Oscoda Co., Mich. - Pi:ino. VALLiiV ckxtuk. Town politics begin to wax warm A caucus for the purpose of nom inating township ollicera id called to meet at Urown City on Wednes day and one in this village on Thursday. H. E. York started Tuesday for Dickenson, Dakota. Quite n num ber of young men from tliia place vill start for Dakota next month. Our school is closed on account of the teacher Miss McDomv 11, being very ill. J. M. J tall, of Shell orne, Out., is visiting with his uncle, J, Makelim. J. Honghuer, of 3Iarlette, is mak ing preparations ...

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