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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 28 February 1889

They uln't no stylo about 'oin, And they're Bor.t 'o palo aud faded, Yit luo tloorwuy hciv, without 'cm, Would bo lonesomcr, and shaded ith u fnxHl 'eul binckvr phaddor Thau the mornui' Klmis make And tuo FunHhino would look Buddor For their good old-fiibhiou' suko. 1 llko Vm, Vou so thoy kind 'o Sort o' multy a feller liko 'cm; And 1 it'll yon, when I lind a AJuiu-h out what tho sun kiu etriko 'cm, lttdluH sets mo thiukiu' O tho ones 'at used to prow -And peek In through tho chinkia' O tl.o cuLId, dou't 3 ou know. And Ihen I think o mother, And how alio used to lovo 'cm Wt en they wnzn'tony other Les sho found 'ein up above 'cm. And her eyes, afore sho ftbut 'em, YVhlsitvU with a smile, and naM, We munt pick a buuch and put 'em In her hand whoa sho wa dciMl. Jlnt, ns I wuz a Fayia' Tl.cy ain't no stylo about 'cm Very p.Uhly or diapliiyin' Liut I wouldu t bo without 'ein, 'C'auw 1 in hitpph r in theso noslcs And the hcllyhawka and Rich, TliJii tho hummlit' bird 'ut iioiwa iu tl roso...

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 February 1889

.Wilcox' Corner. FOR S ALE! On Farm of 1 Itfl acre?, 1 to acres Improved. Jf Karm of 4a acre, all improved, and ao acres of. wild land. 0 pair ( young gsldlnfs, weight 1,700 lbi., rif-vtaas IravaUrt. 6a ksrsa ! yaart old, and ona colt I rears old woloh weivhs l.iOOlbv Two Merino bunks and 23 grade Merino ewes, in lots to suit purchaser. Having had some experience in the auctioneer ousluois I offer my services to tliune in need, on rasou.iMo tonus. Satisfaction guaranteed. Anyone wishing to insure their property against loss by flru or lightning in the New Far irs' Mutual of Ht. Clair and rUnihvs Counties, vliie.li is in a prosperous condition, will nleaso rtlfy rut by postal, as 1 am agont (or sala com- any. XX. T. WILCOX, East Greeawood r.O.,Mtch. BEAR IN MIND! THAT WALLAC fa selling goods at Astonishingly Low Prices. Lookattbe following: Single Harness, from ?6 00 up Double Harness, from 21 00 up Gray Robes 4 00 Blanket., ffom 85 up 5-ritig Halters, 75 Web Halters, 55 and everythi...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 7 March 1889

E "TT XPO JAS. A. MENZIES, Editor and Proprietor. A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. Vol. VII, No. 43. BROCKWAY CENTRE, Mich., THURSDAY, March 7, 1889. Price: $1.00 per Year. SITOR T" "TT "WT JU JL Holden Bros.' Column. HOLDEN BROS. CLOSING OUT SALE ! Having decided to Close Out Our Business will offer GOODS AT COST! And many articles much below. Now is your time to SECURE BARGAINS while our Stock is Complete. Shall offer Hoods, Toboggan Nubias, Fascinators and Notions, AT ABOUT HALF THEIR VALUE I A larse stock of Underwear! HATS & CAPS, ill Be Sold At Cost, Wo h;iv.' a good stock in this line, such as LADIES', GENTS' and CHILDREN'S. Shop "Worn and Broken Stock will be sold regardless of Cost. We have a largo stock of Which will be sold at a very Small Margin. Our 50 cent Tea FOR 40 CENTS. Our 35 cent Tea FOR 30 CENTS. Our 20 cent Tea Dust FOR 17 CENTS. Syrup 30cts per Gal., OR 98 CENTS PER KEG. Everything in tho Grocery Line - will be...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 7 March 1889

THE STATE. MICHIGAN DEMOCRATS. MEET IN STATfc CONVENTION IN GRAND RAPIDS. Chief Justice Sherwood Re-nominated by Acclamation. Tim 1 atfjrin. Tiho democratic state convention for the nomination of candidates for justice of tho supreme Jconrt, Mid regents of tho univer sity was hcid iu Grunt Kapids Feb. 2. A touiKrary organization was effected With Orlando F. Harito of Luusiug iu the otiu r, and Thos. F. Carroll of Oran J Kup 4eb is te:niorary secretary. Alter tho up amintinrnt of tho vcj presidents and vuri ms committees udjourunient wus taken .until afternoon. When 1I10 co lvcntion ro-ussombled in tho ttflernoon.tho touiptrary oflleers wero mado tho ici ui iiH iit ones of tho e:onveution, and the convention proceeded to the nomination ef tho Candida vs. Chief Justice Shorwoo l was re nominat ed hy ttt'clauimutiou, and was the subcot of many cliqiient eulogies from those who j'tatvd hln nauio iu nomination. William J. Daily of ait. Clemens and John S. Lawrence of Grand Kapids were no...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 7 March 1889

QIVC ME THY HAND. (JfVo mo thy hand Wn'Hi htormb aro florvoly b'owlnjr. When masts urj ahultortkl by the angry blunt. When iu thing tells tlio way thy ship U go- When blackest darkness o'er tho sea ia nut, Civo mo thy hund. (livo mo thy hand Whon cviry broo o ia alwpinrr, Wlicu deiuuu-liko u Ucud calm holds tho When pittieuce pales, her tedious vigil keop intf. When t-c a and sky have thought of houo for tuoo. CJive ino thy hand. (live mo thy hvid When every sail is swollinjr With freshening wind, when laughing ia tho sky, And perfumed breath from distant flowers is t "ilinf Of isles cnclinnted that before theo lio. CiiVo me thy hand. (livo me thy hand In storm; in aim f.rover, I have thy heart fast hidden in my brenst. For (led Urns siuco has joined our souls lo pUicr, lie b kuiis enly on to heaven and rest. (Jive mo t'iy hand. . Eliza Lamb .Marty a, Hotton Transarlpt. The Turning Point. u v uon.vTio Ai.r.nn, jn. William Siirnutj had oneo been nn. honed, industrious, temperate moeh...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 7 March 1889

mmsracn Groceries AN" I)- Provisions. OF INTEREST TO ALL, Below vc publish a list of cooils kept by us, which we nre re pared to sell at rock bottom prices for cash or Its equivalent. Teas, Coffees, Sugars. Rice. Canned Goods, Oat and Corn Meal, Potatoes, Apples, Cabbage, Etc. h:iv.;ii iiumin-rof pairs of Pants, Owr-ilN, nii'l shirts wliu-li wo dt-sho tn t-loso out In-low t-o-t. I'iWiiuMs I'l-'xlm-t' tiiki-n In oM liane forooiN. C i-ti inid (m- (-". ;nU (Iclivci.-.l m anv unit of tin- viilayo five. A alee liu-.- ofCainlit-s an. I Cigars in .stock. Vi havi some cheap. Call and i liolci! favmiii'. t;t particulars. land for sale R. 91. LOTHIAN CARRIE E.TOLMIE, MUSIC INSTRUCTOR. Scholars tiiiiKlit at reasonable rates either on orpan or piano. Kor further partieulars call and K-e me, upstairs In the Dufllu bloek, Uroi-k-vs ay Centre. 25 NEW UNDERTAKING ESTABLISHMENT. I wish to inform the citizens of Brockway Centre and surrounding country that I have added a line of Undertaking Goods to ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 7 March 1889

ti ptjJLBjamMMTMBU tern. wi.'j.g jM"..t w.iBJi.vj a mw i i If .v- a - Best of All Cough medicines, Aycr'a Cherry Too toral is in groater demand than ever. Is'o preparation for Throat ami Lung 'Troubles is so prompt In its effects, so agreeable to tho taato, and bo widely known as this. It is tho family medi cine in thousands of households. " I havo suffered for years from a bronchial trouble that, whenever I tako cold or am exposed to inclement weath er, shows itself ly a very annoying tickling sensation in the throat and by difficulty la breathing. I havo tried a great many remedies, but none does so well as Ayer's Cherry Pectoral which aiwavq Riven prompt relief in returns of ruy old complaint. Ernest A. llepler. Inspector of l'ublio lloads, 1'arUh Ter re lionne, La. "I consider Ayer's Cherry Pectoral a most important remody For Home Use. I have tested ita curatiro power, in my family, many time during tln pust thirtv ycnrs.'and havo never known it to fail. It will relievo tin) mo...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 7 March 1889

The Weekly Expositor. J. A. MiSN'ziKit, TSdltor au I Proprietor. KHOCIvWAY CKSTKIh MICH. Tfio roportod threat of the Chinese viec-roy that ho would exclude Ameri cana from the Flowery Kingdom in re taliation for our expulsion act must bo taken with many grains of allowance, observes tho San Francisco Chronicle. Tho Chinese government has always expressed disapproval of tho immigra tion of lt:r people across tho Pacific. It prefers that they should coIeni.o the Phillipinos and Slant settlements whore tho can get control of trad and bo near home, Nine-tenths of the coolies who omo hero arc from tho provinces near Canton and Hong Kf-ng, and were natural nomads. The vice roy is governor of Chili, one of tho most northernly provinces, and he can have no feeling in regard to the -exelu-Hion of a few thousand of the tramp and criminal classes. Ho is also fchrewd enorgh to know that tho bal anco of American trade ha always been in favor of China, and it would bo poor policy to cut olf this ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 7 March 1889

E, HAGGARD NYE. He Revels In the Sunny North, west Climate. tlffhant Hunting Near Winnip?g Afri can Prevarication Laid Dare Lion Shooting Exposed The Train Eiuto Again Steals Nye's Overshoes and Diaipprars Wearing un Old Lady's Eye on the End of liisUrab.ella. In theexhilirating Northwest, 18S9. Tho coM of Minnesota has beer greatly exaggerated by rival states and though tinu s the tlurmomett r low ers in the estimation of society, th cold is of such a dry, bracing c-haractei as to seem almost oppressively hot t those who ar not accustomed to it The eye sparkles, the step is elu&tii and rich blood mantle to the no-e, ns the niry caparisoned droska speed. blithely through t o palmetto grove, of the thrifty Occident. Many southern veople come to St Taul and Minneapolis, it is said, in or der to escape tho rigors of their own winter. Tho banana belt extending from Duluth to Winnipeg reminds one of tropical Africa. Lnstweok Mr. Kiley Haggard and 1 started out for a little, quiet ele...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 7 March 1889

Wilcox' Corner. "Tor sale! ' One Kami of 1 lt;l acres, 1 10 iktoh Improved. On Fiirni of 4.' Acres, nil Improved, and 80 acres of wild land. One p ilr of young gcldinc, weight 2,700 lbs., llist-clus travelers. One hnrs io years old, nnd one colt 3 yours old Wlllcll Wt'lullS 1,400 1I)H. Tw. Merino Itncktand 25 grade Mcrlim wcm, lu lots i't nit 'MP'has'r. Having had nome experience In the auctioneer biiHiDCkS loftor in) sei vices to those In need, on rensonrNe terms. Satisfaction triiaranteed. Anrono wlsliinjr to Insure their jiroperty against loss by tire or lislitiinn.' In the New Far meiV Mutual'"! St. Clair and Sanilac Counties, wlncli Is in a prosperous condition, will please notify rue by postal, as 1 am aent for said com pany. II. J". WIX-C02T, Kast (ireenwood 1". O..MIch. BEAR IN MIND! THAT WALLACE Is sellincr irooda at Astonishingly Low Prices. Look.it tho following: Single Harness, from $G 00 up Doublo Harness, from 21 00 up Gray Robes, 4 00 Blankets, from 85 uy 5-ring Halte...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 14 March 1889

Weekly POSIT JAS. A. MENZIES, Editor and Proprietor. A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. Vol. VII, No. 44. BROCKWAY CENTRE, Mich., THURSDAY, March 14, 1889. Price: $1.00 per Year. Holden Bros.' Column. HOLDEK CLOSING OUT SALE ! Having decided to Close Out Our Jiusincss will offer GOODS AT COST! Anil many articles much below. Now in your time to SECURE HARGAiNS while our Stock is Complete. .Shrill offer Hoods, Toboggan Nubias, Fascinators and Notions, AT ABOUT HALF THEffi VALUE I A large stock of Underwear HATS & CAPS, Will Be Sold At Cost. Boots& Shoes "Wo have a good stock in this line, such a LADIES', GENTS' and CHILDREN'S. Shop Worn and Broken Stock -will B sold regardless of Coit. We have a large stock of GROCERIES! Which will be sold at a very Small Margin. Our 50 cent Tea FOR 40 CENTS. Our 35 cent Tea FOR 30 CENTS. Our 20 cent Tea Dust FOR 17 CENTS. Syrup 30cts per Gal., OR 93 CENTS PER KEG. Everything in the Grocery Lino will...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 14 March 1889

THE STATE. Will Interest Editors. The proposed press oxcurslon next July will bo to St. Paul unit then o on to tho Yellowstone park, if enough desire to cou tiouo tho journey to niuko it possiblo to ur rungo fop transports on. Tho trip to St. Paul will require about four day uud may to wade for $1.. for stutcraom ou tho steamer whilo crossing Laao Michigan to Milwaukee, and for estimated extras. iShoald nuv f;r uumber desire, after stop ping ovor a day ut St. Paul, to ullovr the lau.ority to turn buck towards Michigan, wliilo they push on to tho Ye.lowstono park, tho following will probably bo nec essary: Ton uddit I'ual days or time (mak ing U in ud), wh.ch will mcluao five days stay in tho park. Tho extra addition d expense may bo Uopt within $.V (or 7D from Grand Kapds), of which amount 14 wdl lw for sleepin o rs and f :Ci for stage and meals while in tho park. The railroad and steamboat truns)ortatioa cun bo arranged for al to St. l'aul on tho jbasisof oi un equivalent being Riv...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 14 March 1889

TOOK THE OATH. INAUfiUILVnoX OF THIS TW12X- Tv-Tiinu) iki:sii)j:xt oi' TIJi: U.MTU1) stati:s. Tbc ImpoKinj; Ceremonies Attending the invent at IheXutioa ol Capital. TlltJ IXAVGUllAIi AIDKi:SS DK- ijvkuhd Bi:roiu: ax m 3ii:.si: THUOXG. The Vice-Pro f-ddent ami New Mem bers ARKiime tho Functions ol Their OiUoes. rci:xi:s axi ixcidkxts. By 0 o'clock on tlio morn'ng of Manh 4, the nius col bi uds coulil i o hoard u 1 over Washington. Tie uir resounded with uat.on id musie. t i.ic au I uiidmry organizations were marching to their respociAO rcnacz- vous, i.nd stieanifl of peopm wcro pusmng their v y to Tho l.ne of march ot'lheiu uutuiMl process ou. Ho L!ay wus writ toil on the faces ol tho poop.e. Uuo . nature uud c,ood hu.i.or l revulicd every wnere. Tho awful down pour of ru n that had continued lor two days previous increased iu ft roc all naming and uiirolutoly ruined tho br.liiant promise of th" great in .U-iUi a tion. The ceremonies in. tho nenalo cham ber wore not innrreU ty t..o t...

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 March 1889

Mrra Groceries AND Provisions. OF INTEREST TO ALL, Below w publish a list of good kept y us, vrhlcli we jtr pre i:iml to sell nt rook bottom priws for chhIi or its equivalent. Teas, Coffees, Sugars. Rice. Canned Goods, Oat and Corn Meal, Potatoes, Apples, Cabbage, Etc. We h ivea number of :ilrs of Pants, Overalls, auu Shirts wlucli we (leslie t close out below cost. Fanners Prlife taken In (.'xelianut? for kmhN. C:uli paid for rjrs. tiooils (leliveretl to any :ut of the village free. A nice line of ('aiulies ami t iars in stork. AW have some choice fanning l.uul for sale clioap. Call aii'l j,'et particulars. R.M. LOTHIAN CARRIE E.TOLMIE, j uxic ixstu if c ron. Scholars taught jit reasoirihle rates cither on itrpan or piano. For further particulars call anil see me, upstairs in the lu!lie Mih k, I'.rock way Centre. :.'." 1TEW UNDERTAKING ESTABLISHMENT. I wish to inform the citizens of Brock way ('entru :m .1 mi mum dim; country t.h:it I have .'nMod a lino oi Uti'lertakino; Goo. Is to...

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 March 1889

The TeacSier Who ntlvisi-tl her jnipiU t ftrcntlicn tlii-ir miinl.s ly tho uso of Ayer'n t;ir naparilla, upprvcintctl tho truth that laxlily licaltli 1m essential to mental vitfor. For ii'rtions of tUlimto nml frcMo constitution, whether viun; or old, this luetliiino in romarkahly WuHh-lnl. l!e euro you gi t Ayer's Surtuiurlllu. Evory uprln nml fall I talus a tinni Ixrof. Iwitth-H of A.ver'n Ssiiai ilia, ami oui prratly Wiulitod." Mrs. Juiut-8 11. Eiuunan, Stoiuhatu, Mnss. "I Imvp taken Ayer's Farsnjmrilla with RH'at lieneflt to my pun oral li-alta." MiMiThirza L. C'rt rur, l'uhnyra, MI. "My daughter, twelve yearn of ftge, has uffrvtl fur the ut year froiu General Debility. A few wcckH sinoo, wo Vjrun to glvo her Ayer's Sarsnparilla. ller health has Sri-.itly improved." Mis. Harriet 11. iattlew, South Chelmsford, Mass. "Ahout nyrnr ago I hepin usinp Ayer'a Sarsaparillii ts a remedy for debility and neuralgia resulting from malarial exposure in tho army. I was in a very had condition...

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 March 1889

Tho Weekly Expositor. J. A. M7.iK!', Killtor aad Proprietor. KUOCKWAY CRNTKK, MICH. fcipoakiug' of tho statue of (Jen. Cass rooently put in statuary hall in Washington, tho Omaha Ilea say: Michigan may well feel proud of her adopted eon, who for half a century Bcrvod hU country in high olice. While it may bo true that Cass has not left the impress of h'a individual ity upon tho history of tho Unltod Btates such as was stamped by Web tor. Clay or Calhoun, nivorthelestf, ho wus lookol up to us ono of tho leaders of tho democratic party during his long period of publie service. Tho irai'oor of Cass was a most notable one. In tho war ot 1812 he was a brigadier general. Two years later ho was ap pointed the Lirst governor of Michigan territory and served in that capacity for sixteen ye irs. Under Jackson he boo-ame secretary of war. Van l'.tiren honored him with tho Trench mission. On his return to tho United States in 1812, ho was eloeted s-enator of Michi gan and after serving his stal...

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 March 1889

THE ROAD TO HAPPINESS. Hero' tho path our foot shall prow To thi laud of hj"iios8; TIum o are uld jHtsta by tho way Tuufc wo muy not co astray; SiH)ts thoro aro wlioru wo may rest. Of Kin Happiness tho puost, ?as!:i'i intlto aunahlnu'u glow, While- tho joyous jillpHins go Kver on toward tho gutea Whore tho lnoon of Joy await" Thotw recruits hor klutf shall tjal On tho way to h a domain. Such a joyous nrmy thUl 1 tanners twining for a kls From tho winds that nwoop along, llminnjr Ponsf that wo 1 bjloug To a ro-id whoso glory lies Always under tho smiling skies. Jly this road no toll gato stnl8 With its evor-barrliu? hands, Yot of every n:n4nf? soul There U asked a certain toll. It la this-that wo shall sharp. JVs wo t ead tho thoroughfare, All wohavo with tlu so who loso What they pain, or who refuse To fueet what is bestowed Jly tho master of tho road. What a fiimplo engineer M arkfd tltU pat h ! J t U so clear, That, to miss It it to turn And lt3 cooliug shadows spurn. Any road our...

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 March 1889

Wilcox's Corner. TorTalbT Ouo Kami of 116 acres 1 10 aero Improved. Una Farm of 45 acres, all Improved, and iwaerc o( wild laud. One pair ( yoanic gldlngi, weight 1,700 ll., nrst-claiti traveler. Oae hr io yr old, and ono eolt 3 yr old whlflh weigh ,im lb. Twa Werloo buck-4 and 'JO grade Merino ewes, In loti to mitt purchaser. Marine had soma xprlrnc0 In th auctioneer bminKi 1 offer niyerTleM to tlioe in nwd, on reasonable term. MatltfiU'tion jjiiiinimi'rd. Anyone wishing t Insure tliflr jropnrty asja:nt loss ty fln or lightning In thu Sw Far iMtr' Mutual of St. Clair and Sanilac miiitla, which t in a prosperous condition, will lileiisu wrtify me by postal, tis I am agent for said coin- pany. ZX. J". WILCOX, Kast (iroonwood I'. O., Mich. DEAR IN WIND! THAT Is selling goods at Astonishingly Low Prices. Look at the following: Shglo Harness, from 0 00 up D )hk Harness, from 'J I 00 ti Gray ll.ibes 4 00 IJhnkets, from 5 up n-rin-jr Halters, "io Woh Halters, 25 anil everything else accor...

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 March 1889

We Expos EKLY itojr JAS. A. MENZIES, Editor and Proprietor. A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. Vol. VII, No. 45. BROCKWAY CENTRE, Mich., THURSDAY, March 21, 1889. Price: $1.00 per Year. Holden Bros.' Column. HOLDEPi CLOSING OUT SALE ! Having decided to Close Out Our Business will offer GOODS AT COST! And many articles much below. Now is your time to SECURE BARGAINS while our Stock is Complete. Shall oiler Hoods, Toboggan Nubias, Fascinators and Notions, AT ABOUT HALF THEIR VALUE I A larsro stock of ear HATS & CAPS, Will Be Sold At Cost oofs & Shoes BROS. Underw Y-'o have a good stock in this line, such as ' LADIES', GENTS' and CHILDREN'S. Shop Worn and Broken Stock will be sold regardless of Cost. "We have 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 30 CENTS. Our 20 cent Tea Dust FOR 17 CENTS. Syrup 30cts per Gal., OJl 03 CENTS PER KEG. Everything in the Grocery Line...

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 March 1889

53i6 Weekly Expositor, J. A. Jt flwwicKf Ildlter aud ProprkU. BKCKX.WAY CRNTEtt, Midi. The departure of 1,480 J rUU emi grant from Quoenstown for the Ar gentine Republic shows thut tho sup. ply of immigrant fop that country may not hereafter bo drawn exclmive Jy from tho sources of the Meditor. rancan. Tho republic's immigration policy Is very liberal. The Argentine congross at Its last session voted that tho cost of passage from Europe should bo ndvaneod to 50,000 agriculturalists and artisans. Tho number of immi grants roeeived in was 1137, 42G. against 9:5,1 16 in 18SG, and in cloven months of 1888 tho number was 128, 7U7. The government of Chill hr.s authorized Its immigration agents abroad to give froo passage to all who desire to tome to that country, and it is provided that the immigrants shall be fed and lodged for iifteen days after thoir arrival. In thus promoting im migration Chili will spend $500,000. Whilo tho government holds out such inducements, thousands of Chilians...

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