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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 21 March 1889

VVGAVINO. Lo t I'm weaver, ami each tiny Tlie thivuds of lito I spin; .An J lo tho eolurj what iluy may, I still must weave tlieni in. Willi morninR Upht tbcro comes tho though As I my tua.t bepui My Lord to mo nuw ttirmls hai brought, And bidd iuo "wouvo theiu ia." Soniottmos lie pivos mo t'inxiJs of 5ld. To brijrhteu up the day; Thou sombre tints, bo blealc and cold, Timt chungo the trold to gray. Ilia levo, nlas! I oft forj?ct, WLeu tboKOdurk tbro;ids I Rpiti That eaus-e mo j;i iof and puin, out yot lio bids mo "weave them in." .And so my shuttlo swiftly Hi's, V ita thrombi both p ild and gray; .And on I toil till dayhfj'.it dioa And faJo in night uway. Oh, when my day of toll is o'er, And 1 s-hall rouse to spin; Ile'lt op u wido my Failir a door, And Old mo rout within. There, gafo at home in heavenly ligbt. How clearly 1 fhull kvo Tbt every tnreud, tho dark, tho bright, Surely bad no 'd to bjl S. L. Cutbboi t. The Old Maid's Cat. BY II. A. Scat! Give it to her, boys. Now anothe...

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 March 1889

Groceries AND Provisions. OF INTEREST TO ALL, Btlow w publish list of goods kept by us, vhlfllt we are prepared to sell at rook bottom prices for cash or its equivalent. Teas, Coffees, Sugars. Rice, Canned Goods, Oat and Corn Meal, Potatoes, Apples, Cabbage, Etc. We have a number of pairs of rants, Overalls, and Shirt which we desire to closo out below eost. Farmers Produce taken la exchange for goods. Cash paid for t'Kps. Goods delivered to any part of the villain? free. A nice line of Candies and Cigars in stock. We have some choice fanning land for sale cheap. Call and get particulars. R.M. LOTHIAN CARRIE E.TOLMIE, m usic jNsm uctor. Scholars taught at reasonable rates either on organ or piano. For further particulars call and sec nu, upstairs In tiie Dullic block, lirock way Centre. HEW UNDERTAKING ESTABLISHMENT. I wish to inform the citizens of Brockway Centre and surrounding country that I have added a line of Undertaking Goods to my photo graph gallery. A splendid hearse furn...

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 March 1889

iiiagjmwi!jagam!UHiiJijj!JWiiJiium 0. v The Favorite Wetllcliia lor Throat and Lung Dim. cultiea Las long been, and still la, Aycr'a Cherry Pectoral. It curei Croup, "Whooping Cough, Bronchitis, and Asthmu; soothes irritation ci the JLArynx And Fauces; strengthens the Vocal Organs; allays soreness of the Lungs; prevents Consumption, and, oven In advanced stages ot that disease, relieves Coughing and Induces Sleep. There Is no other preparation for dis eases o! tho throat and lungs to bo com pared with this remedy. 'My wife had a diatreulng courh, with pains In the tide and breast. We tried various medicines, but none did her any good until I got a bottle of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, which has cured her. A neighbor, Mm. Glenn, had the tneaslen, and the cough was relieved bv tho use of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. 1 have no hesitation In recommending this Cough Medicine to every one afflicted." Robert Ilorton, Foreman Headlight, Morrillton, Ark. "I have been afflicted with asthma for forty y...

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 March 1889

THE STATE. HONORS FOR OUR TOM. He is Nominated as Minister to the Court cf Spain. Ex-Senator Thomas W. Palmer lias been nominated by Prceidout Harrison ta bo etivoy extraordinary aud minister plenipo tentiary to Spain. Ilia name headed the list of nominations scut to the souate, and qpnacqucntly 1) in ia tho first nomination cut in by tho President outside the mem berg of bis official family. Ju tho executive 6tssiou of tho mMiaio his uotniuation was EX-SENATOK PALMER. ordered referred to tho appropriate commit too when formod. There is some surprise expressed tit tho failuro to confirm ox-Senator lulmcr's nomination at once, but tho rule for immediate confirmations, save of o cabinet, is confined to senators. Mr. Palmer la not now a senator, and. while every senator wanted to vote for uim, it was doomed best not to depart from the rule, and his nomination went with tho i-cst. Deatli of Moses W. Field. Hon. Mimes W. Fio'd died at his home in Detroit March 13 of diopsy. Moses W. Fiel...

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 March 1889

WILLIAM THEJAMRER. HE WRITES A FEW THINGS WHICH HE HAS THOUGHT UP. Lines on the Pro3p;rous Porter Where Mr. Clev-iUnJ Lost Votes A Small Kepo ter with Ghoulish G'.ee Down) the Great Man The Refoi med Lecturer Also the Bargajo Man's Alphabet. Every thinkful student has doubtless noticed that when ho enters the ollico or autognpli department of an Amer lean a titliu and ulert malo person seizes his valise or traveling bag with much earnestness. IIo then conveys it to some sequestered spot and does not asja'm return. He is l ne reporter of ttie hotel or inn. IIo ra:iy bo an humble porter just starling out, or ho may be u swollen and purse-proud porter with silver in his hair and also in hit sock. 1 speak of t ho porter and hh humble lot in order to tlmw the average Amer ican I oy xv o may read these lines that humor is not the only tiling in America which yields larjre dlvid- nds on a very unall capital, To o a porter does not require great genius or education or intellectual versatili...

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 March 1889

Wilcox's Corner. FOR S ALE! Uui Farm of I Ml cri, UO cri lmjrol. Ob Frnt of 45 aorts. Ml linprored, nd to acres of wtldUnd. Ob Mir of rf gtldlBg. watgbt 2,700 lbs., Irii-atM trafoUra. Oa Bro it fomrs e14. Bad oao eott years old wuUh wtlchs l.ioo lbs. Two Morlao buks aad 3 grado Moolno owos, lu lots to salt purchaser. Ha?laf a4 tomo iprUao In lk auctioneer Imamttt I offer iuy srflos to thoso tin need, on reai onaoie terms. saiisiftcuon nuaranieea. Anyone wishing to insure their proiwrty njainst loss by Are or lightning In the New Far mers' Mutual of St. Clair and Kanltoe Counties, which is in a prouerous condition will iUuho 1101117 mo 07 postal, as i am agnui iot imu cum paay. ZX. 7. WILCOS, East Greeawond P.O., Mich. BEAR IN MIND! THAT WALLAC n2 in Is selling goods at Astonishingly Low Prices. Look at the following: Single Harness, from ?G 00 nj Doublo Harness, from 21 00 uj Giay Robes 4 00 Blankets, from So up 5-riri2f Halters, 75 WelTlIalters. 23 and everything else accordingly W...

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 March 1889

Expos ITOR. JAS. A. MENZIES, Editor and Proprietor. A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. Vol. Vn, No. 46. BROCKWAY CENTRE, Mich., THURSDAY, March 28, 1889. Price: $1.00 per Year. Weekly Holden Bros.' Column. H0LD1 CLOSING OUT SALE ! Having decided to Close Out Our JSusincs.s will offer GOODS AT COST! And many articles much below. Now in vour time, to SECURE BARGAINS while our Stock is Complete. Shall offer Hoods, Toboggan Nubias, Fascinators and Notions, AT ABOUT HAL? THEI& VALUS I A large stock of Underwear ! HATS & CAPS, Will Be Sold At Cost. "Wo have a good stock in this line, such as LADIES', GENTS' and CHILDREN'S. Shop Worn and Broken Stock will be sold regardless 01 uosi. "Vc 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., OR 98 CENTS PER KEG. Everything in the Grocery Line " !1I - ..11 1. .1 win...

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 March 1889

The Weekly Expositor. X. A. MeNxmt, KOttnr iumi Ptvpriciw. BRBOTvU'AY CEttTEK, KK3L There It a world-touching pathos in tho telegraphic dispatch stating that Mrs. Cleveland watchod from a win dow the departure from tho white Louse for tho cupitol of her husband nnd tho president-elect. Who can fathom tho thoughts and regrets that filled her mind and heart at that mo ment? Coming to tho white house radiant with youth, beauty and bridal robes, sho endeared herself to the American peoplo by numberless graces, womanly tact and unassuming loveli ness. Sho was truly a queen crowned with tho admiration and regard of a free people. Tew women of her ago and experience could bo taken from tho seclusion of the seminary into the glaro of public life, to become tho first lady of tho land, and successfully gain jind hold to tho end tho respect and lovo of all elapses. In retiring to pri vate lifo she will carry with her tho well wishes of friends and partisans alike, Tho prospects of a largo disp...

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 March 1889

'Merrily, merrily, shall I live now," the little girl said, "lor I'm not to be kept la because of thut horrid neurulpla. My lainiua has bought a bottle of Salvation Oil from the druggist und it cost only 3 cents a bottle." New Jersey has a Haptlst minister who C'r.iuid la havo baptized more people than uy other man iu bis church. Tho com luunity ia which ho resides ha Leon frrieved over his stubborn couph that has interfered with his pastoral duties. A jhyslrlan recommended Dr. Hull's Cough jSyrun, and consequently there will be bap ism iu his church next Sunday. About 110,000 cottonwood trees aro to bo planted ia ano tract in Kansas Couphs, Hoarseness, Sore Throat, etc.. quickly relieved by Hrown's Hronchial Troches. A simp'.e and effectual remedy, superior to all other articles for the same purjKiso. Sold only in boxes. Kich placer mines have boen discovered In tho Choctaw Nation, Ind. Ter. If f in Hive CONSUMPTION, BRONCHITIS, SCROFULA, COUCH or COLD, THROAT AFFECTION, VASTINCof ...

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 March 1889

G-roceries AND- Provisions. OF INTEREST TO ALL, Kelow we publish a list of pods keiit by us, which we ara prermrecl to t 11 at ruck button) jtrkcs lor cash or Its equivalent. Teas, Coffees, Sugars. Rice. Canned Goods, Oat and Corn Meal, Potatoes, Apples, Cabbage, Etc. We have a number of pairs of Pants, Overalls, and Shirts which wo desire to close out below cost. Farmers Produce taken in exchange for goods. ah paid for epss. Goods delivered to any part of the village free. A nice line ot Candies and Clears in stock. We have some choice farming land for sale cheap. Call and get particulars. R.M. LOTHIAN CARRIE E.TOLMIE, MUSrC INSTRUCTOR. Scholars taught at reasonable rates either on organ or piano. For further particulars call and see me, upstairs in the Dulllo block, lirock way Centre. HEW UNDERTAKING ESTABLISHMENT. I wish to inform the citizens of Brockway Centre ami surrounding country that I have added a line of Undertaking Goods to my photo graph gallery. A splendid hearse f um...

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 March 1889

iif.iBiii2jjiTJ&riM."jrmMSai !WrjJiYJifl.KKt T!'i 'm ! r .A i ! . Ivi , and cm; vi . :i .. in-.il " it; ,:i ,,i Kteni. quite m r;i.i.l u in :!. but, with jHisii'ii( ', riMiit Is certain, lteail these tcstinonUls . "For Iwo yt-Hv J i-u!lnct frnni a se Toro jmin In lny lii.l.f .;!, inl had other trouble a;ii l by ;i u rpid liver ttiul dysi'M:i. Aiur civini; nevcrul medicines h lair 1 r i 1 w; -limit ii run;, I tievun t tkc .Kyi' Siitupiirillu. I whs grimily bciici'ud b tl.e tii-l Lottie, ami i.fii-r taking live I otthh I whs com pletely cured." Jolni V.". Iiciisnii, 70 Lu ri iicn st., Ixwt 11, .Mass. I-itst May u large carbuncle lirike cut on lny a! in'. Tin' usual remedies hail no tlTcct :'.nJ I vus eimriiicl to my bed for cipl i v. 1 s. A friend induced nic to try Jj!'s J -jo ; ri 11m. J.css than threw l';i!cs lifHlci il iisnri'. Jn all my exe-rk-M i! with jisi ihi ine, I iu-vcr niuio Wor.dicrftd Results. Av.r'.Vcr v.virl.etl elect of tVe use of this Uic .ii'iui! w as the -: i :...

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 March 1889

THE STATE. WOMAN SUFFRAGISTS. Kc solutions Adopted by the State As sociation. UlTieers Elected. . The fifth annual convention of tLo Michi gan equal suffrage aasooiaiton was hold in Lansing March IWJl. The sessions of tho first two d.i.va wore dovoted to tho transac tion of routino business, reading of reports, oto. Tho last session wus given up wholly to tho consideration of a series of resolutions, the preamble, which was llrst adopted, as serting that tho ladies regarded the ques tion of tho enfranchisement of one half of tho American people ns tho most important matter that could bo brought forward for discussion. Tho sovoral resolutions as fin ally adopted wore as follows: Kosolved, That while our rulers permit uu restricted immigration to every state, women prefer to rest thoir citizenship in terests on a sixteenth auicudmcut by tho National Legislature. liesolved, That while as memorialists wo have considered it best to appeal to the Legislature for municipal suffruge, wo eve...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 28 March 1889

SOLD TO STKANCdRS. The worn-out blinds hang loosely, The paint is Hourly pone; The creaking gato swings idly. The old place looks forlorn; The myrtle mound is grass grown, That blossomed years ago, And ono by one have vanished Tho llowers I used to know. The ancient tree whoso cherries Rejoiced my childish heart Standi leafless, prim and groaning; The arbor's dropped uuart That arbor in the garden AY here honeysuckle twined ; T ho once bread pal h that led thcro Is now but ill deli nod. Tho dear, quaint old mansion, It held out kith and kin For eighty years and over, Till tl.ey were gathered in. And now it poos 10 strangers; Its glories all arc tied Since ttico who built tho hearth Cro Are numbered with tho dead. "While wo who loved it fondly Must give a Parting siuh, A farewell look, and sadly Forever pass it by. And still the f rum-ant li'ks May bloom beside the door, Hut s'trangois' footsteps echo Acivs the oaken lluor. I3oaUn Transcript. TIia Micnr'c rWnim me iui.ui 0 midin. ItY...

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 March 1889

Wilcox's Corner. F0RSALB! Oio Farm of 1 tot ncres, tin nw improved. Uue Farm o( ii acres, ull ImproTeU, ami noum-H of wild In rut. One pair of young gelding, weight 3,700 lbs., flrsi cttt truralttrs. Ou hort 10 yari old, and one colt 3 years old whtoh wlfh 1,400 lbs. Two Marino huekstind 23 grade Merino ewes, In lots to suit purehaser. Harlot; had sorao iprluce In the auctioneer business I offer my services to those in need, on reasonable terms. .Satisfaction Kiinranterd. Anvone wishing to insure thflr jiropi-rty aituiiist loss bv Ore or lightning In the New Far mer' Mutual of St. tMair and Sanilac Countifs, which Is In a prosperous dominion, will please notify mo by postal, us 1 am iiKOiit for said com pany. ii. jr. wilcos. East Greenwood 1. ()., Mich. BEAR IN MIND! THAT WALLACE Is solli ncr goods at Astonishingly Low Trices. Look at tho following: Single Harness, from ?3 00 up Douhl,. Harness, lrom 21 00 uji (h ay Holies, 4 00 Blankets, fiom f5 up 5-ring Halters, 75 Web II alters,...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 4 April 1889

Weekly Expositor JAS. A. MENZIBS, Editor and Proprietor. A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. Vol. VII, No. 47. BROCKWAY CENTRE, Mich., THURSDAY, April 4, 1889. Price: $1.00 per Year. Holden Bros.' Column. HOLDEN CLOSING OUT SALE ! Having decided lo Close Out Our Dusiness will offer GOODS AT COST! Ami 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 ! A large stock of nderwear! HATS & CAPS, Bb Sold At Cost: V-'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. "NVc 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., OR 98 CENTS PER KEG. Everything in the Grocery Line will bo sold right down. DO I0T FOR...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 4 April 1889

TIls WecMj Expositor. J. JL Stnorv, KAter fif rtsr. budckvay crcmuc. iocs. A problem, tho solution of which Intere-ts Iho wholo country, confront! the people of Now York stato. Since the abolition of tho contract labor sys tem in that 6tate, tho convicts in tho prisons have been entirely idle, und tho warden of Sing Sing reports eevcr cil eases of insnnity in that institution, directly trncoablo to lack of occupa tion. Tho warden further states that unless 6orao employment is provided for tho convicts ho will bo kept busy tending men to tho asylum for tho criminal insane. Insanity is Increas ing fast enough without making tho prisons of tho country breeding places of mental disorders. While tho com petition of convicts with freo labor is undoubtedly detrimental to many trades, tho wiping out of existing sys tems without supplying a substitute Is to bo condemned. Honest laborers should bo protected from suffering from tho crimes of others, but occupa tion of somo kind must bo furnish...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 4 April 1889

Wm. RonKKT, M. D., rhyslclan to the Manchester, F.ng., Infirmary and Lunatic Hospital, and l'rofeasor of Modiciuo la Owea's Calletfe, says: "Deep sleep, ner vous or rapidly railliusr eye-aljrht, dropsyof tho lungs, or a violent intlumuiaiiou, any no of them, is a symptom of kidney trouble." Warner's Safe Cure is the only reliublo ani guaranteod remedy for kidney disorder. Singular Verification of a Dream. Do dreams come true) There is ono man in St. Paul who believes they do, souio tiaios. He had one, one u.ght in 1 "..', which came true ton dot. 1 lis brother vas an intimate friend of "Yollowbtoue- Kelly, the noted Indian scout, who was with Clcn. Miles in his Indian fighting in tho far west. Tho St. Paul man was in ; , r i: in Uismurck fsr a time that year, uud there provid of Hbbi Joseph himself, his brother introduced him to Kelly und J o the Christian reader tins probably tho two became the warmest kind of i has little significance, but it means a friends, for there was somothi...

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

. L'-V-M! J.V. war iii S. 0. WELCH & SOS At The Front! For the Next 20 Days the above firm will retail their Uest Flour At the mill or delivered anywhere in the village, in lots to suit pur chaser. R. M. LOTHIAN will always keep a supply on nana at his store CARRIE E.TOLMIE, MUSIC IXSTJIUCTOR. Scholars t innlit at rcasnnalihM'atcs Htlieron orcaii or iiaiii. 1 or further iartieiilars rail :inu see iii", ii;t.iii .s i;i tue inuiH Mock, jirot-k way Centre. s 1TSW UNDERTAKING ESTABLISHMENT. I wish t inform the citizens of DroekwMy (..Ynti' and surroiiiulinj country that 1 huvn added a line o Undertaking Goods to my photo graph gallery. A splendid hearse furnished free of charge. Kmbalm- inr done free also. Prices as Low as the Lowest. Funerals attended on Short Notice. GEORGE GOUGH, Undertaker. F0B50MTS. As we are in need of Mone we shall offer some MG I5A1. GAINS in I have engaged Miss Haines in the Dressmaking Department and will he pleased to have all our many friends t;ive us a ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 4 April 1889

rrrz 'W!.'fy.""?-W,.-T7' X OSS'i QY Couli mrillcinrs, Ayer'a Cherry Pec toral is iu greater ileniaml than ever. preparation for Throat anil Lung Troubles is bo prompt In its effects, so ogrceablo to tho taste, nud bo widely Lnowu as this. It is tho family medi cine in thousands of households. "I have Buffered for years from a bronchial trouble that, whenever I take cold or am exposed to inclement weath er, shows itself by a very annoying tickling sensation in tho throat and by difficulty in breathing. I havo tried a preat many remedies, but nono does bo well as Ayer's Cherry Pectoral which tUwavs gives prompt rolicf in returns of my old complaint.'' Ernest A. llepler, Inspector of Tublio Roads, l'arish Ter ra Bonne, La. "I consider Aycr'a Clierry Tcctoral a most important remedy For Home Use. I have tested its curativo power, in my family, many times during tho past thlrtr years, ami have never known it to fail. It will relievo tho most tievious affections of tho throat and lungs, w...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 4 April 1889

THE STATE. A DESPERATE STRUGGLE. Charles Smith of Cheboygan Shot by the Sheriff. Charlos Smith wus the proprietor of a house of low character near tho railroad depot in Cheboygan. The other night Sheriff Hayes was at the depot when he lieard the sounds of adisturbaneo in Smith's laee. The sheriff at once entered tho lousii and endeuvored to (juell tho comrao tiou by remonstrating with tho proprietor. Smith was greatly augored by the sheriff's interference, and, springing over tho coun ter, drew a revolver from a drawer. Mar shal Bouchard, who had accompanied tho sheriff for tho purjK)so of assisting him if necessary, immediately ran behind tho bar and grappled with Smith. In an effort to wrench the revolver from tho enraged man Itouoliard stumoled. At tho moment Smith shot him through the face, thi ballonteiiug one cheek and coming out tho otlier. The wounded mau fell to the lloor and was un able to return the lire. As tho smoko cleared away Smith level ed his weapon at ShoritT Haye...

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