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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 14 February 1889

JAY CCULD'S WAYS. -A Port Picture of the Famous Now York Flnanclor. I am itwuro that, Jay tlould in not i. now Bubjoct tt writo on, tny Mr. Urundy, but, rs I have seen the man nilmost daily for years, I can toll you the truth about him, and nil writers ihave not done that. Jay (lould la a great coward. When out in the city at night ho is in constant dread of be ing1 bhottcu or felled with a sand-bag. His residence is on the earner of Fifth avenuo and Forty-seventh street, and it is not an uncommon thing far him to run over to the Windsor hotel, directly across tuo street, for a little gossip or to visit Borao railway magnate who may bo btoppiug there during Ills stay in the city. He is quick in all his move ments, and in passing along the. strcot he look furtively from fide to bide, and ever and anon behind him. In that little run from Lis own houso to the hotel he skips nimbly down tho hteps from the door, and skurrios across the street as if he were pet-sued. If ho meets any one h...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 14 February 1889

PURE DRUGS ! AT Tin: G. A, Wells' Pharmacy BROCKWAY CENTRE, MICH. TOILET ARTICLES AND- FANCY GOODS. A Fine Line of the Hctt IWfiune. Trusses, Shoulder Braces . and Supporters. JEi. TJ HP TMCT XX. SET ! EQAN IMPERIAL TKUS3. Jyb'Uf1J5iy.v,.ry'ln ,,ti ,,,, thr ko.lv. r.Miin: k." lorma .'.!. anil night wiin ciiiifiiil. r-n ! vamini f .r rir.ul 1 an I o.jL-Ooi-tt U. Aii.ir.." An.i.ive.l ol an.t u.-l l.y On- i--t I'n-'lual m-n if Aim Arl an.l in II. 'nl.il.. if Mi.-i-ui ni-rsitv. l.i.lc inie '.t.i!..-i,i. A...lw. Ii. AN IMfJ KlAU W IKl'.- i Co.. Ana ArW. Mull. rin-stioii Mtit'ftt'in rufereinoto tin- iilmvo trim ni:iy In' proeiired sit my drnr stoie. Prescription ejncfiillv ciiiiiikiiiu'I' i! lay r nL'lit. W. A. Mi-LK.VX, V. S., tinidiuite ol Ontario Veterin.iry College of Toronto, oiliee nt '. A. Wells' dniK utori'. Groceries vXI Provisions. OF INTEREST TO ALL, Hi'lnvt wo publish a list of coodn ji it by us, lii:li we are prepared to sill at roek bottom 1 ti n's for fiish orlts equivalent...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 14 February 1889

The Favorite MrilicLn for Throat and Lung Dittf. l ultloa has lon been, anl still is, Aj t r's Cherry l'cctoral. It cures Croup, Whooping Cough, Hronchltls, uixl Asthma; soothes irritation f tho Curynr ami Fauces; Mrennthtu tlu A'ocal Organs; alluys RorcucKs of tko Lungs; prevents Consumption, and, i vea in advanced stages of that dlnenso, relieves Coughing and induces Mot p. H'hcro ii no ether preparation for tHs. nscs of tho throat and lungs to ho com pared with this remedy. "My wifo had a distressing roiurh, vith pains in tho sido and breast. Wo rifd various medicines, but non dltl hcv any good until I got n hottlo of Ayer'8 Cherry Tcctoral, which hus cured lnr. A neijjhhor, Mm. lUtnn, had tho .measles, and tho cough was relieved by j ho uso ot Ayer's Cherry Tcctoral. X have no hesitatlou in recouimeudiug this Cough Medicine to every one nfflioted." Rohort Horton, l'oreman lleadliyht, Morrillton, Ark. " I have boon tlictd with asthma for forty years. Last ppring I was taken with ...

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 February 1889

THE STATE. WOLYfiUIN K WHISPERINGS. President Allis of tho Adrian scientific society warns tho f armors against the be ui sveavel (Hruohus fab.c). Ho says that tho introduction of this bug here means tho Ions of muny thousand do.lara to the county, tmd necessarily to tho state. Seedsmen and importers uro urged to special vigilance. Tho specimen so fur utleoiod como from tho cast. The governor has tnrdonoJ John Farrell, .went from Lansing in January, isM, to tho Ionia reformatory lor six years for high way robbery. Farrell has ugreed to ubstain from iutoxicuuU, and his pardou is so conditioned. Tho returns of rail shipments of iron ore from tho' Lnko Superior iron mines, direct Xa furnaces, for tho year ending December 31, 1H8, are all in and they bring tho pro duction of the lake iron mines for ISM up to T,023,:i2D gross tons. This is tho largest .production in the history of tho mines. Senator Palmer has presented a petition from tho W. C. T. U. of Michigan praying for prohibltioa ...

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 February 1889

BLANCHE AND NELL. MV J' AI L II. IUXE. O Ulanchc i a city lady, Hedecked iu hoi silk and lace; She. walks with tho mien of utatoly queen, And a queen b imperious gruee. Jut Nell is a country maiden. Her dress fivm the farmstead loom; Her step is as Iree us a breeze at eu, And her faeo is a 10.-.0 iu bloom. The houso of Hlnncao is a marvel Of inJrblo from base to dome; It hath all things fair, and cosily and rare, Hut ulus ! it ia not homo ! Nell lives In a lonely cottage On the shoros of a wave washed Isle; And the lifo she leads, with its living deoJs, Tho angels behold and smile, Hlnscho finds her palnco a vrison. Arid oft. throueh tho dreary years, In lor burdened breast thero is sad unrest, And her eyes are dimmed with tears. 13ut to Nell her toils are pastime, (Though never till nUht they cease) ; Acid her soul's afloat 1 1 it a buoyant boat On the crystal tides of pjace. Ah llhincho hath many a lover, Hut she broodoih o'er old regret; And tho shy, sweet red on her check is tie...

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 February 1889

Wilcox's Corner. FOR S ALE! Hue Farm of Hi;) acres, 1 10 acres Improved. On Farm of 45 ucrcs, all improved, and 80 acres of wild land. Ono pair of younjj uoMinps, weight 2,700 lbs., first-class travel-is. One horss 10 years old, and ono eolt :i years old which weighs Mw H". Two Merino huckand 25 grade Meiiuoewes, la lots to suit purchaser. Having had some experience In the auctioneer t'uMneu 1 oner my aerviees to those in need, on reasonable term. Satisfaction guaranteed. Anyone wishing to insure tlieiv property acalust In by Are or lightning in the New Far mers' Mutual ot St. Clair and Sanilac Counties, which is in a prosperous rondition, will please notify mo hy postal, as I nin ngent for saiil com- nany. 12. J. WILCOS, I.'ast Creenwood 1. O., Mich. BEAR IN WIND! WALLAC Is sellin goods at Astonishingly Low Prices. Look at the following: Single Harness, from $G 00 up Doublo Harness, from 21 00 up Uray Kobos, oo Blanket, fiom. S5 up 5-rin Halters, 75 Web Halters, 25 and everything e...

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 February 1889

Weekly i'ro J A3. A. MENZIES, Editor and Proprietor. A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. Vol. VII, No. 41. BROCKWAY CENTRE, Mich., THURSDAY, Feb. ,91, 1839. Price: $1.00 per Year. Holdiiu Bros.' Column. iULutm BROS CLOSING OUT SALE ! Ii'm I,.- .1. .( i Jo Close Out Our r.HMiH'hx ill offer GOODS AT COST I And 'ii'i'. n-ueles much below. K,w i . v-ur time to SECUHK HA It AINS while our Stock ( v.-.,;.!, SUll oiler Toboggan Nubias, Fascinators and Notions, it m VALUE : : ! '( stock of K i T3 & CAPS, Sold At Cost. V; i'lJtWWWl ti i V',: have a such as good stok in thi - line LADIES', GENTS' and CHILDREN'S. Shop Worn and Broken Siock will be sold regardless" of Cost. We liave a large stock of Which will be sold at a very Small Margin. Our 50 cent Tea FOR 40 CENTS. Our 35 cent Tea FOR 00 CENTS. Our 20 cent Tea Dust FOR 17 CENTS. Syrup 30cts per Gal., OR 98 CENTS PER KEG. Every thing in tho Grocery Line will be sold right down. DO NOT FORGET T...

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 February 1889

The Weekly Expositor. J. A. MiiraiEK, Editor and Proprietor. HKOCKWAY CENTER, MICH. Thomas A. mo tens na rcen com missioned by Iho New York World to go to Africa andilnd Stanley nndEmin Ucy, and incidentally to make himself acquainted with all the, details of tho Arali hlavo trade, This is the gentle man who went round the world on a bicycle for that lively magazine. Out ing:, and his perseverance, cotiniffo and promptitude of resource are ns conspicuous as the same qualities in Henry M. Stanley. He goes by the way of Zanzibar, and has acquired n fund of information respecting the regions ho will have to traverse, that lias been published by tho World, and forms very interesting reading. It teems that the table land beyond the frontiers of Zanzibar is occupied by the Massni, u people who are thorough Iree-booters and whoso way of living has homething in it that recalls tho heroes of Homer, and is much moro llellonie than moral. Tho territory of thoso Moon men, ns they call them selv...

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 February 1889

DARK DUX HY 1IKXHV W. NESKIKLIJ. rilATTEH VIII (Contintko). Neither Mrs. Atwootl nor 1 Tznboth liotl noticed the limine of a num. which had crert alter them la the shadow of tho ualU an I. on they drove off, with the win dows rtittlinfi ntul tho wheels jolting over the stones, neither the driver nor they were nwaro of nn additional fare who sat behind the rab. At last they reached their destination, a small, badly-lighted street in Camden Town. The houses were mostly of one story, and were evidently the aljodes of respectable mechanics. There were lights in the house at which they stopped. Mrs. .twoud to d i llabeth to get out and ring the bell, desiring the cabman to wait. I recently t-he heard the sound of l.olts being drawn and the door opened. "Does Mr. James Martin lodjo here?". Inquired Mrs. Atwood. "Yes, ma'am." the woman replied. "He Is shoeing bad to-nigh'. Tom that's my husband wanted him to see a doctor, but he was to obstinate, and wouldn't let him fetch one." Mis. Atwoo...

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 February 1889

ftfl 9 1 C. A. Wells' Pharmacy BROCKWAY CENTRE, MICH. TOILET ARTICLES -AND- FANCY GOODS. A Fine Line of the Ilest Perfumes. Trusses, Shoulder Braces and Supporters. TJ X PJL3 TJ IL 313 ! - TCAJT IJJPEKIAL. Tr.USS. Thit i a w TniM wih a spiral tfritim X' 'I r- rv'ili'. ......k.n ol uii- UKlv.iotdiiiinif ll.elieinia . an 1 uigkt wi.li ci.niftirt. I- iv.iom: M.ir? f i cin ul.u anil -yut-..iiui to W Ai!xie ! " A n.r...t tl ar ii-.nl hv the t'".l nv: . ! Iii-ii til Ann Arthur 'ut in i'Oilt IIn.'iL.. I M.iiT4Hl'nf 1. 1. .. i ;. nl'v. vitiation slierti i:i rpforeniv tn I lie. aliove truss may lie ;iro.itirel .it my iIimk store. fir Prescriptions o:uvfullv cu.ii)oun iletl !uy rnitflit. W. A. McI.ICAN, V. s., (.nuluale of Ontario t eivrin;iry i oiirc or loroulo. Uilk-e at c. A. Wellr urn;: store. Groceries AND Provisions. OF INTEREST TO ALL B?l we p.iWNli :i li-ti. of t'ooils kept lv in w'i: Vi w. iuv pi-;vir,il itt ..!! at r . I'oUoi, Iri" for c;n!i or its r juivali-nt. Tes, CoITjos, Sugars...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 21 February 1889

O O Frinc- .'nl lYi'.-nnt, tlm Millioimirn ami J. iv Laliort r, by their ennnium uso of tJ.U remedy, uttcst tho wmlil-witlo rej u atlcmof Ayer'a Pills. 1a ailing ihy h: ianH recommend theso i!U iov i :.iv.ac n ml IJwr Tnnl.l,s, Costive-n.-t.s, I!ilionsn!SH, nii'l feii-1; 1 leailarho ; u'ki, for Klu-uinatisiii, .1-mmliee, and t i-ural'ia. They uro n;;?.r-eo;U(l ; run ti.I no calomel ; :irn nmpt, but mild, la cparatiou ; nnl. tlicrofi-ro, tho very ti wit niedkluo for Family l's, a well as tvr Travelers anil Tourists. "I hav derived great relief from B yer' l'llla. Fivo years ago I was Ou-n bo ill with Rheumatism t' t I wan tmablo to do any wnrk. I t ':k throe boxes of Ayer's Fills and -s entirely nirod. Kincu that time I r. n-vtr without a box of 1hen pills." J ;..-r l.'lwist'nsen, Sherwood, Wis. .'. cr'a 1M11.4 have been in use In my f .mil upwHids of twenty years and L.ive' i-omph-tely verified nil that is iiiimd for them. In uitacks of piles, f t. in whk-h 1 suiTered many years, th...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 21 February 1889

THE STATE. Still in Service. The records of tho war department show that there uro now living and in tho service S&l officers of tho army who were in tho army in 1S.V.1, two years beloro tho groat rebellion begun. 1 Jut of tho 214 only 107 urn new on tho active list. The others are retired. Hrig.-Gcn. Wm. K. Harney, uppointed Aerond lieutenant February lis, has ieen in tho service 71 yours. Ho has bceu a brigadier general for !10 years. Col. Henry M. ltlack, commanding the twenty -t him rogitnout at Fort Wa.vno. is ono of tho live seuior officers in length of service. Ho was uppointed to the army in 1847. Tho only ofl'.esrs who entered tho army from Michigan more than thirty years ago and are still in tho activo service are Col. .1. Kemp Mis-ner of (tho eighth cavalry, and Col. O. M. Poo of the corps of cnginoers, who entered the army as long ago as IS52. The following well known Michigan officers now on tho retired list wero sol ving in the army thirty years ago somo of them fi...

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 February 1889

A MYS1ERY EXPLAINED A TALK WITH THE MOTHER OF ADELAIDE NEILSON. She Te!l3 ths Strange Story of Her Daughter's Life Now a Senile Old Woman Adelaide's Qirlhosd and Dramatic Instincts. Who Was Her Father. A recent English paper in discussing tho lato Adelaide Ncilson, tho beauti ful English actress, w hoso memory is treasured as but few professionals have Wen in this -country repeated ncain tho long exploded story that Mies Niel on was tho daughter of a titled Kng lishni in, whose name has been kept secret by her mother for good and Fufficient reasons. It seemed strange that after all this time any one should believe there was any gi ided romance connected with ho early lifo of poor Adelaide Ncilson, who was neither a maid of Saragossaor a Gypsy, and had no noble 'blood in her veins. I havo just heard from a citizen of Bradford, England, an account of the early life of tho actress, which throws much light on her subsequent career. This gentlemm, Dr. Ik, had been to the village of Yeado...

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 February 1889

Vileox's Corner. FOR S ALE! Oii. K.i i in of iio ariv. iiOacroH Itupruvotl. One Farm of l.i ncivi, till improved, ami wnioves ( wild laud. On pair o( younic geldings, weight 2,700 lbs., flrti-elMt trTler.. On hor 10 yearn old, and one colt S yean old which welirh 1,400 lbs. Two Merino Itui'ksnnd gradt Merino ewen, ia lots to stilt imrelmser. lliiviwz hail sitiut Ituslness I o!Ver my r":son;ible tiM'itn. Anyone wlshinj sjatn'st loss hy Hie tMerV Mutual of St. whih is in a prosi iwttfy me Uy postal eperienee In the auctioneer servii-en to those In need, on Satisfaction K'laranteed. ; lo Insure their property or lightning in the New Far- Clair and Sanilae Counties, xrotis eomlitlon, will please I, as I am agent for said com- EC. JT. WILCOX, Fast (ireenwood 1'. (., Mich. BEAR IN MIND! lib Is selling goods at Astonishingly Low Prices. Look at the following: Single Harness, from ?0 00 np Double Harness, from 21 00 up Gray Uobes, 4 0Q IJlankets, from 85 up 5 -ring Halters, 7." Wei) Halters...

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 February 1889

E WEE 7 XPOS ITOR J AS. A. ME NZIES, Editor and Proprietor. " A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. VoL VII, No. 42. . BROCKWAY CENTRE, Mich., THURSDAY, Feb. 28, 1889. Price: $1.00 per Year. Holdon Bros. Column. HOLDER CLOSING OUT SALE ! Having decided to Out Our ilnitinetfi will off r GOODS AT COST! And many artiel muH hlow. Now in ymr tim t SKi'URE KARGAIXS trhih. ..r rStock 1M Complete S!;ill offer Hoods, Toboggan Nubias, Fascinators and Notions, AT ABOUT HALF THUS VALUE I A liirire Nwk f Underwear! HATS & CAPS, Will Be Sold At Cost. ooisiiiioes W'i )i iv :i ''l si..-' im this line, nu-h as LADIES', GENTS' and CHILDREN'S. Shop Worn and Broken Stock will be sold regardless of Cost. We have a large stock of GROCERIES! Which will be sold at a very Small Margin. Our 60 cent Tea FOR 40 CENTS. Our 35 cent Tea FOR 30 CENTS. Our 20 cent Tea Dust FOR 17 CENTS. Syrup 30ots per Gal., OR $8 CENTS FER KKG. Everything in the Grocery Lino will bo sol...

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 February 1889

The Weekly Expositor. J. A. IIsxzikv, Editor aud Proprietor. JJItOCKWAY CENTER, MICH. Th.it Mis. Harrison is u sensible, practical American woman, is being: exemplified in many ways, and the following quotation from a lettor writ ten by her to a personal friend is an other evidence of her practical good sense: "If thoro is one thing above mnotber that I detest, and have detest ed all my life,it is being mndo a circus of. And that ia what has como to mo In my old age, as it were. I've been a show, the whole family's been a show over sinco Mr. Harrison was elected. All last fall I Pat in ray sewing-room and watched the procession of feet pass across tho parlor Coor, wearing their path into the nap, und disappear like tho trail of a caravan into tho general's room boyond. Day by day I watched the path grow wklor and deeper, and at last tho caravan spread out and engulfed us all. But I don't proposo to permit myself to be made a circus of forever. If there's ny privacy to bo found in th...

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 February 1889

(WANT HEAPS THE TICKET. Charios S. Draper and W. J. Cocker for Re rents. The I'latform. Tho state republie-nn convention for tho uoinina'ion of tutuddates lor justieo of tho supronio t-ourt und rotfeuts of tl.o univer sity, wus hold in Ltetrolt i'eb. 21, Cuniriuuu Hopkins culled the convention to order and oxuuu.ed hi ccn.i;rutul..tiou.i to Miohlpun republicanism on its tirs'- us ;einbly Bincti the Kto .t national and stuto victory of ISMS. "It was u contei'.," snid tho major, "in v.'hk-h Mic dsran nluyod no lucon-pieuouH part. We cutoml ttio light with aomvo three thousand piunlity to over twenty thoosuud, and put M.ohifr m in the republican column where she bo.onjrs Wo did more th.u that. We gnuuM t'.vo tn pressman in this stato, piviufj to tho repub licans t! control or tho National lower house. Tho nation is indebted to Michigan for a co:ijrros republican in both its brunches. To presida over this assembly of victorious republicanism I i ull Andrew J. bawycr of Ana Arbor us temp...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 28 February 1889

t,f a. t,ren'-jjiii'MBTwMiiMk'BTrt.T.,rier: PORE BP 88! AT THE G. A. Wells' Pharmacy BROCKWAY CENTRE, MICH. TOILET ARTICLES -AKD- FANCY GOODS. A Fine Lint of the Bat Perfumes. Trusses, Shoulder Braces and Supporters. 3EI TT X XT XL 33 ! M19 IMYXO-lALi IMUbJ. Thi. i a TmM Uh 4 it' 'iHn aurtkna n4 tka budt ituiniu ,he "" J mm i mfmw wn v..-.- - t Auaxnxxi m V V .r A... Artm .nil Wall i MWl,l'w,V. I "diet' Tni.- a Question ihectjt In retort-nee to the &c trus iuj uc iivuii.u u "i J ui own. Prescription, carefully rompouml. il d.iy w niitut. W. A. McLKAN, V. 8., Graduiitw ol OuUrio Vnprinary College of Toronto. OflVe lit C. A. iTdl.' druc store. Groceries -AND- Provisions. OF INTEREST TO ALL Rlow wo publish a list of rood kent tv us. Mih we re pretvired to soil it rock bottom prl-vii for cash or Its equivalent. Teas, Coffees, Sugars. Rice. Canned Goods, Oat and Corn Meal, Potatoes, Apples. Cabbage, Etc. Wh bv a number of pairs of rants, OvoralN &ul Sulrts which we d-slre t( clow...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 28 February 1889

Ask For flyer's Saraapurllla, anil le mire you Rot it, when you want the boat Mootl-purifler. wttn us lorty years t of unexampled auo cess la the cure ot Blood Diseases, you can xnako no mis take in preferring Ayer's . Sarsaparilla f any other. The fore-runner of mod ern blood medicines, Ayer's 8araaparlllA is still the noet pop ular, being in great r demand thoa all other combined. "Ayer's Samaparllla Is lllnjj faster than ever before. I never hwutate U recommend It." Oeorga W. Whitman, Druggist, Albany, Ind. "I am safe In saying that my sales of Ayer's 8ariaparUl far exc;l tho of any other, and It given thorough satitfao tion." L. 11. Mirah, Dea Moines, Iowa. " Ayer's Samaparllla and Ayer's Villa are the bust selling mllcines in my tore. I can recommend them conscicn tlonsly." O. Uickhaus, I'harmacist, Koseland, 111. We have sold Ayer's SarHaparllla here for over thirty years aud always rm'omiuend it when akil to name the) 1-Ht blood-purifier." W. T. McLean, DruRRist, Augusta, Ohi...

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 February 1889

THE STATE. LABOR MEN ORGANIZE. Adopt a Constitution anl Klect Offi cers. Tho trade councils and coutral labor unions of tho state lie Id u three days' con wmit ou in Lansing in l-Ybruury. Orguu Cuiion wus ejected tho first day, aud res cbiljons adopted iu fuvor of O f.' tit hours as duysluuor, indora iiR the bill lor u two -rt-nlfuro on Mich gon railroads, but reject ion tho umcnduieul prohibiting free passos. Tho lodointiou refused to indorse Frank T. r gun for publio printer, uud asked the 1'ixLdent to appoint a uuion printer 1o that lllie. hreighotTs resolution opposing high license uud sumptuary legislation was 'knocked out. Wctaiufor's single tax bill received tho indorsement of tho committee ou resolu tions, but this action was uut concurred in tfjy tho convention, which considered the rua mure impracticable. Tho preposition to indorse Khciuo s voting machiueaathe best method to secure the purity of ejections vuh largely discussed, but no conclusion was reachod. When tho feder...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
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