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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 25 April 1889

Warner's Lor Cabin Remedies-o'.d fashionod, simple compounds, used in the days of our hardy forefathers, aro "old timers" but '"old reliable." Thoy com prise a Warner's Log Cabin Sarsaparilla, "Hops and liuchu Keraody," "Couch and Consumption Hcmedy," "Hair Tonic," "Extract," for External and Internal Use, 'l'lasters," "Uose Cream,'.' for Catarrh, and "Liver Pills." They aro put up by II. II. Warnor & Co., proprietors of Warner's Safe Remedies, uud promise to equal the standard value of those great preparations. All druggists lieop them. Russian Agriculture. The uneasiness among tho American farmer on account of the rapid develop inent of wheat growing in Russia is shared by English farmers. In fact, tho English farmer is much more disturbed, us he has ' good rousons to be. Hut late consular re port show that all is not lovoly in Kussia, by any means. Tho Russian farmers at tribute the perplexing aud alarming de pression of their interests to reduced prices of grain, high railwa...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 25 April 1889

METHODIST PROTESTANT t'lll'RCH. Kervieei alternately ut 10:30 oVIork u. in., and 7 p.m. Kev. J. M. t'ratulall l'astor. fciiiu lay Svliool at '1 p. m. D. Drake, ISiipt. METHODlhT EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Services alternately nt 10:30 a, ni., and 7 p. in. Kev. c. . lJ.iniiiin, l'aHior. School at 4 p in. C. Cooper, Stip't. Sunday CHURCH OK CHRIST AT A C. CHAPEL. Serviees at 11 a. in. Prayer muetlnt; every Thursday evening at 7:30 CHURCH OF CHUIST at Menerev' c orners. Worship Lord's Dav niornlii; ut 10:30 and preaching every alternate Sunday evening: at 7:00 o'clock. DVCI1TES3 33XXfcECXOXVS PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. Oraduftte of the Department of Medicine and Surgery at Ann Arbor, Mich. Office on Maln-8t first Uuornortn ot uouieu ihock. lirockway Centre, Mich. G. S. i7E"2 PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. IIHOCKWAY CENTRE, MICH. Ofllce llourt, from 1 2 to 2:30 each day. Olllce on Main Street. ID. 3M. UilXTGJlXT. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Olllee at Kesideiiee opposite the Unfile I'.loek, Hrnekwav Centre, C...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 25 April 1889

,'H.."W."l:.lJ'jljiiPitijif,;;ji lgii!lma?.8!WzlLlAwJ8L'vzf.iu'.. The Teacher "Who advised her pupils to strmytlioii their iniiuln hy tho use of Avcv'h JSar snparllla, nppr'clat.l tho truth that Wlily hoalth is osspiitial to mental xV'or. Tor piron of tit lit ato and fi tl.lo constitution, wlu-thcr Joiins or ohl, this luetlieino in rnniukulily Im-iiHIHuI. Do sure you get Ayer' Sursupaiillu. " Every nng nml fall I taho. a nvun Iter of hotth-H of A.vci 'h nisiipurilla, nml am preutly luiu-titcd." Mrs. Juinoa 11. Eastman, Ktoiu-lmin, Mass. "I Iiavp taken Ajct'h Sarsapnrilhi With preat ImiuIU to my p.nnnl health. " MihuThirza L. C'rorar, Palmyra, M1. "My daughter, twelvo years of age, Las sutTcml for tho past year from General Debility. A few weeks Bince. wo Wpm to plvo her Ayer's Sarsapniilln. Her health hns Ereatly improved. " Mrs. Harriet II. lattlcs, 8011th Chelmsford, Mass. "About n yenr npo I lupin usinp Ayer's SarKaiiarilla as a remedy lor debility and neuralgia resulting from ma...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 25 April 1889

NEWS SUMMARY. GENERAL, Throe masked men' entered tho houso ef Lewis Patterson, a wealthy farmer living aieur Ceutorvllle, Pa., and demanded hi Kold. On I eing told that he had noue they took Patterson to tho baru and threateued to hang him. They tlnaliy took him buck to tho house and tortured him by holding his feet arid his face to tho stove. After securing!:: and a gold watch they loft. A few months ago the hovs of Mr. John Roilly at Wilkesbarro, Pa., was entered by burglars and $1,000 was stolen. A few days ago $700 was returned to Mr. Koilly oy Father O'l learn of hit. Mary's Catholic church, wh said that a prominent man of the city had told tho story of tho robbory and returned tho money. Tho legislature of Ohio has defeated tho bill to secure tho inspection of boof ou foot boforo being killed. Tho report of tho state board of agricul ture of Massachusetts notes the great growth of the butter business in tho state and speaks particularly of the develop ment of the co operative ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 25 April 1889

UNFAIR. When I wns a babe and sucked a ring Aud held no views on anything, KxiTpt, of courso, of the lacteal spring, Which koit ino occupied. It seemed to bo the girls dolitrht To kiss mo lnorninir, uoon and n'ght, My nose thoy imi'Jo u iiorfeet fright, Aud how 1 howled uud criod I Nov I havo grown to man's estate, Hehold the irony of fato! ho maiden tries to dislocato That Koman noiio again; And strangely shy is every miss, Tnough I'd appreciuto tho bliss And value every hourly kit They wasted on mo then ! Pittsburg Cbronlclo. "A TALIS 99 nv IIOX. MILS. X.F. CHAPTER I. 'What are wo wnitinfr for, oh, ray heart f Kiss nio straight ou the brows, and part; (lood b.vo, Rui'iiner; pood b.c, hope; Cood bye i;ood bye:'' Sho 8;mT. with a fervor of passion in tho rininsr riili ton-.-s. Tho man bending over her listened with darken ed eyes nnd set face to tho despairing words. "Why do you choose sons liko that?" lie nsked almost angrily, when the had finished. Sho looked at him as nho ro$c, a...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 25 April 1889

Wilcox's Corner. FOR S ALE! Oiio Farm of tlfll sirre., uo urre.i Improved. One Farm of 44 Keren, nil Improved, and 80 acres of wild land. One pair of yonnjr griding, weight 5,700 lhs., Itm-cUst tr&relers. One horse to yenrn old, and one rolt .1 year eld Tbih wHkIm 1,400 ll. Two NUrlno tmrknuml 371 nulc Merino ewes, lit lot to nalt purrliMAer. Hiring ! some eTperlonoe In the jwictionetT luMlneie I offer my service to thoxtt In need, on rciinn.ible term. Satisfaction guaranteed. Anyon wishing to insure their property asrainut Ion by tire or lightning In the New Far-i-r' Mutnal ofSt. ('I Mr ami Sanilac Counties, which is In a prom;rouH uondition, will please notify me by postal, as 1 am agent for sal a rowi pany. II- JT. WIX-C02T, Kast (Jreenwood 1. O., Mich. BEAR IN MIND! Is selling goods at Astonishingly Low Prices. Look at the following: Single Harness, from $6 00 up Double Harness, from 21 00 uj Gray Robes, 4 00 Blankets, from 85 up 5-ring Halters, 75 Web Halters, 25 and everyt...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 2 May 1889

Wm Expos EKLY ITOI i JAS. A. MBNZIES, Editor and Proprietor, A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. , INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. Vol. VII. No. 51. BROCKWAY CENTRE, Mich., THURSDAY, May 2, 1889. Price: $1.00 per Year. THE mi FIRM OF- Have Just Received their Spring Stock of Boots and Shoes, HATS & CAPS, Gg nls' Furnishings and Notions. Wc feel justified in saying that -we have tho Most Complete Stock ! IS THE VILLAGE. Having taken our Discounts for Cash, we propose to give our cus tomers tke benefit, and we trust this will be appreciated by all who favor ns. DRY GOODS Full of New Goods. A Large stock of Dress Goods in all Stvles, Shades and Colore, at prices to suit everybody. Sateens, -Ginghams, Prints. All kinds of Wash Goods. Cotton- ades, Derims, Shirting Cottons, Gents' Furnishings, and all kinds of Notions. BOOTS AMD SHOES. Hare a Complete Stock in this line. Ladies & Gents Fine Wear A .SmCIALTY. Xadies Kid Shoes for 1.00 and up -wards. 20 styles of Gents F...

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

THE STATE. FATAL FIRE IN DETROIT. I'hrec Men Smothered to Death and Another May Die. Firo broko out in a saloon ami lodging house on Cudilitic Square, Detroit, Easter Sunday. As soon us the nauios woro sunl cieutly under oi.t'ol to wurruut an en trance into the bui.d.ng tho liromeu forced their way in, und in a moment or two emerged carrying tho frightfully burned body of Malachi Powell, a man of all work about tho place. Powell was burned principally about tho head, faco, arms und Lunds, his tinir being siuud o'.r in several places, while tho skin on his forehead had Iwoled off an J hung down over his eyes, lo wus tuuHcious and Buffering terrible agony, throwing his head from side to side, groauing pilibly, while his body was contorted by tne unbearable pain that rack ed his entire being, lie was laid on tbo sidewalk, and cared for by Dr. J. .1. Mulhoron until tho arrival of tho Emergency hospital ambulanoo, which eonvejed hira to that institution. A short time alter Powell w. s br...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 2 May 1889

' On Pike's PcaKc's Top. From tho moment I siw Pike's l'eulc, a hundred miles across tho plains In Iho ccat air of Colorado, 1 was hauntoi by a dciir to stand on its ruinmlt Tho opport'inify fame when I reached Manitou, whio!t may bo brio.'ly described as SaratogadisribiiU'd along tho siJs ofau extremely ttlcMirosquo ravine. Colorado Springs is tho "westommost verga of tho vast p'aius th.it stretch from apotut in Kansas, ivo hundred miles to tho Uoekies. Muiitou, ..; miles Ifurtbor west, is wbore tin slope of thri groat chain notiotably ba sins. fThis cl)rmias waterinc plaoa is easy of access, boinR b a brjncu of tha Denver audlCio Cruu&j railroad, which seems to bo ubinuito j iri Color ido, travers in tlii mountains in tvory Idreotion and penctratia tho ropjantio heart of the KockioB. Every Toot of pnfund hero is miracle of bo.vuty and grand Jur. Tho wholu nsgion has bca tbfj bco.j of a mighty primeval eonvulsiotvand Una Ions irioi or quicsonca ii i friot proportion to the Visi...

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

MKTlluDI-iT I'KOTliSTANT CHCKCH. Si-rvici's alu-i ii;iK-ly at 10:.'!0 uYlm-k a. in., uiul 7 i. in. ii.'v. J. M. Cranl;ill Pastor. Sim day K-lniol al i l. in. L. make, Supt. METHODIST Kt'lSCOI'AL CHURCH. Sri vices alifiiiiitfiv at 10 :'10 a. in., and 7 1. in. Ii.'v. C. W. Uariiiim, l'aator. Sunday School at 2 i in. C. Coopor, Sup't. CHURCH OK CHRIST AT A C. CHAPEL. Services at 11 a. m. Prayer meeting every Thursday evening at 7:30. CMIUUCH OF CHRIST at MenereV rorner. J Worsliii) Lord's Day morning at 10:!M and tireacliinj: every alternate Sunday evening at r -oil I..,.'- DH. aX-5TXTE, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON n.lnaA nf i)ia Tlnnnrtmunt nf Mprilrln nd Surgery at Anu Arbor, Mich. Office on Mala-st flrst uoornorinoi xioiaea uiock. Brockway Centre, Mich. G- S- HE?, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, IIKOCKWAY CENTRE. MICH. , Oftice Hours, from 1 2 to 2:. 'JO each day. Onlce on Main street. D. IvI. LAUGA1T, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office at Residence opposite the Puflle Mock, l.rmkwav Centre, Calls ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 2 May 1889

Beauty Is desired and Admired liy all. Among tho tilings whicli may lu-st bo done to enhance personal beauty 1h tho daily uso of Ayer's Hair r.'-V'vIl V'oOr. matter TH4iK wl,llt tll color of -H'v'..' LtJA . tli linir. thin iir.'nn. ration gives it a lus tre ami pliancy that adds greatly to Hs charm. Should the hair bo thin, harsh, dry, or turning gray, Ayer's Hair Vigor will restoro the color, bring out a newr crow tli, and render the old soft and shiny. For keeping tho scalp cleau, cool, and healthy, thcro ia no better preparation in tbo market. " I am free to confess that a trial of Ayer's Hair Vigor has convinced mo that It U a genuino article. Its uso has not only caused tho hair of iiy wifo and tlaughter to bo Abundant and Glossy, but it has given my rather stunted mus tache a respoctabl'o length and appear ance." It. Uritton, Oakland, Ohio. "My hair was coming out (without any assistance from my wifo, cither). I tried Ayer's Hair Vigor, using only one bottle, and I now have as...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 2 May 1889

The Weekly Expositor. J. A. Mixzin::, TSdltor and Proprietor. imOCKWAY CENTER, MICIL Mr?. John Wanamaker. LJohn Wanamaker, the postmaster enoral, is undoubtedly the richest tnan in Harrison's cabinet, and Mrs. Wanamaker is one of the most retir ing' and modest women in tlo .world. tV'ealth has made no diHerenco ia.hor. When her husband became one of tbe richest men in Pennsylvania Mrs. Wanamaker remained just as quiet ns when he was a poor man, only her work of charity grow largor and larger. Mrs. Wanamaker is a Phila delphian, like her husband, and it will bo hard to identify her with any other placo but Philadelphia. Sho was a Miss Mary Hrown of that city, daugh ter of Thomas Hrown and niece of Xathan Brown, then Mr. Wanamnk cr's partner in the clothing business. Sho was married to Mr. Wanamakor about twenty-nine years ago, and is about fifty years old, but looks youngor. Tho family circle consists of tho elder son Thomas, now twenty eight years old, married ton daughter of tho la...

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

"TELL ME RULY." Pear little daisy, down in tho grasa, Ntnll'ntr up at mc us I puss, If I lUten, will you tell Who: Lor somebody loves me wolll Dear little dniy, lend mo your art, I koen u secret clotm in my honrt. 1 Ion.; to know how It's to bo; Vh;ior it low,mly to me. Will he como f Or dooa ho tarry la it to court I Or is it to marry I Will ho tulco my hear; foreverf Or will he foraako and como bav.k never I Pear little daisy, if you know . That he's uutrue, oh, toll mo so. Alus.al is! lteaiiiiotbe; VVhutcver you say I know ho loves mo. Your urt is fa'.se.I'll ne'er believo That one 1 love could bo deceive; I'll toss you aw ay to the wind Hint blows, And usk ujjulii of a 1 usy who knows. Demorest's Monthly. IiV IIOX. MIW. N.r. CIIAlTKll II. Loljfh pazod at tho paper, nmazod, ind Hcarooly tveditincr tho evidence) of his own eyes. Exu.'t'.y liko his hand writing' each word on tho lottor np poarod; exactly lileo hts usual siffna turo the ono inscribed ut tho bottom of tho paper; yet ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 2 May 1889

Wilcox's? Corner. FOR S ALE! Ono Kami of llfli acre, 110 litres Imi'rovfd. On Farm of ii acres, all Improved, unci ho acres of wild Und. On pair of young grilling, weight 2,700 lbs., Um-fkait trTelrs. Onn hon to .Ttm ol nitil ono colt 3 years old wbloti welbs It. T) Merino )urkiiu4 s gnitle Moilnu wes. In lot to suit purchaser. Muring hail some xpiri?iio In the mictionecr buiiiPi I offer my servioes to those In need, on reasonable, txrnis. ttatikfiictioii cu.-irautccil. Anvonti wishing to -insure their jiroperty ucaiiist loss hv tire or Hirlitiiiiijr In the New Far in -rs' Mutual of St. ( lair and Sanilac Counties, wliieli Is In 1 prosperous condition, will please notify rue by postal, us 1 nm uent for said com- lany. xx. jr. wix-cosr, Kast (lrnwool 1'. (., MIHi. BEAR IN MIND! THAT Is selling go0!5' at Astonishingly Low Prices. Look at the following: Single Harness, from $J 00 up Double Harness, from 21 00 up Gray Robes, i 00 Blankets, from 85 up 5-ring Halters, 75 Web Halters, 25 a...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 9 May 1889

Weekly HiXPO SITOR J AS. A. MENZIES, Editor and Proprietor. A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. Vol. VII. No. 52. BROOKWAY CENTRE, Mich., THURSDAY, May 9. 1889. Price: $1.00 per Year. " - r I ' THE NEW FIRM mm Have Just Received their Spring Stock of Boots and Shoes, HATS & CAPS, Gents' furnishings and Notions. We feel justified in saying that wc have the Most Complete Stock ! IX THE VILLAGE. Havinjx taken our Discount for Cash, we propose to give our cus tomers the benefit, and we trust this will be appreciated by all who favor.us. DRY GOODS Full of New Goods. A Large stock of Dress Goods in all Stylos, Shades ami Colors, at pm-is to suit everybody. Sateens, Gingham?, l'rints. All kinds of Wash Goods. Cotton ades, Denims, Shirting Cottons, Gents' Furnishings, and all kinds of Notions. BOOTS ADD SHOES. Hare a Complete Stock in this line. Ladies & Gents Fine Wear a specialty: Ladies Kid Shoes for $1.00 and up wards. 20 styles of Gent...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 9 May 1889

The Weekly Expositor. J. A. Miinzik::, Hdltor and' Proprietor. UROCIvWAY CENTER MICH. Mrs. Itnssell I?. Harrison. Mrs. ltusscll B. Harrison, tho daughter-in-law of tho President and Lis wife, will most likely becorao tho eaderof tho younger presidential ret in Washing-ton, a task for which 6he is eminently fitted, as sho certainly is a very graceful young lady. She ha been married a few years to tho only con of tho President, and is tho daughter of Senator Saunders of Nebraska, who under Lincoln was governor of that state. After mar riage 6ho spent a great deal of her time in Helena, Montana, where her husband wa at tho head of a stock farm. At tho inaugural ball slio was very much admired, and for tho bene fit of our lady readers, we will givo tho details of her toilet which was of white faillo francaiso. Tho train skirt was of white silk with front en tirely covered with white lace embroid ered in gold and delicato shades of pink and blue. Tho eorsago was cut low and sleeveless 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. — 9 May 1889

THE INWARD VOICf. ADAM K'HOLE:. Wo tit best aro erring oivaturen AnJ, aliis! how ofiwe stray, Making many sad d?iurturos From the straight, tho uarrow way. Oft resolving to bo bettor, And in puiity abido, Hut tempuit on'a clanp-Insr fetter Dmpa us from our Father's sU.o. Nobler self still struparlinff In us, If wo hood tho wurninu; voieo N iturc hath supplanted ia us, Wisdom's ways shall bo our choici. Trust tho voieo! It puideth mortals Over every dangerous way, rfafo throuh lifo to Heaven s portals Up to realms of endless duy; Vo'co of Cod, In whispers ever, Savins ' Child pivo mo thy heart Without stint and without measure, Of my lifo bo thou a part." Still small Volco remain, restrain us When our wanderinsr feet would stray ; In tho tryins hour sustain us, He our BtafT, our strength, our stay. "A BLSSiAN." 15 Y HOW mi:h. w f. uivrrai nr. iVneath Indiana's burning sun, t strung, unspoken vaffuo disquiet was Btrctehins wider; fathering ttronjjth by Imporceptlblo, blow, bu'. fatall...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 9 May 1889

A fniUiU ST I'KUTESTANT CilUKCU. jL Sor i'- '-t jilU'riLi'i'ly at H):;J ) oVlock a. in., ami 7 p. in. UfV. J. M. i i;tint.iil Pastor. 8uu ilay S.-li at i . in. L. inaki', Snil. METHODIST Dl'ISCOi'AL CHUKCII. SiTvieiM alli'i-niitoiv at 10..".(i a, in., and 7 1. m. U'v. ('. V. Itariuiia, Pastor. Sunday School at ! p in. C. Cooper, Snp't. CMIUltCII OK CIIKIST AT A C. CIIAPKL. J Services at 11 a. in. Prayer meeting every Thursday evening ut 7:10. CHUKCII OV CHRIST al M.Mierev' rorners. Worship (. M il's liar morning at 10:-io ainl pi paeliinir every alternate Sunday evening: at 7:OJoVloolf. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, Graduate of the Department of Medicine and BurKry at Ann Arbor. Mich. Ottlce on Maln-st tim door nortn or noiuen uiock. Broekway Centre, Mich. G. S- 1TE7, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, HROCKWAY CRNTUE. MICH. Offlce Honrs, Irora 12 to 2:30 each day. Ofllceon Main Street. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Ofllec at Kesldenee opposite the Duffle P.lock, Hroekwav Centre, Calls will receive Promp...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 9 May 1889

V.'.'JJJ.-'iJi.'-'.'-V'J'.J i n. 'xtawag't tp. ""r'',': l n Bleed tho !. ' v: ivo, nnd i-i : h. m sti'iii. l.uiy ii.it 1k ih ; but, with li certain. rav.v -t :. Tim l in iiir! so rujii.l Jicl ist I'Ml l', V lli-a ; t:urs i ti'.sI;::i.t::uU . "For two jc:i!-s 1 :ii'ir -"l from a vrrc ':iin in i.i !.r .:, iml I i:t I ilii;r ti'oulilir a;ii'l y :i lorj.iil liver nn.l dysji; jisM. Alter rivin;; ycvcrnl liu-ttu iin s r. l.iir tt i.il i t i . . 1 1 ;i cin e, I lu'CSin In tnkn .i'k !:.-. i;:ui!l;i. I v;i. pTi,,!,'.' 1.. !ic!..t i l;v i i i - :,:t Lottie, niul il t-r t:iKiiii; liv;1. 1 utiles I w:m eoin- iilrfi ly Miri'tl." .Tt'!'.: '.". lieiisoii, 70 .iiwn nee tt., Lowe)), .Muss. I.nst M:iy a IrtrK mi l.u.n le livnke out ji in )iii:t. Tin- usual ivnuilies liml no i'lTi'd :'iul I Uiis i'.i:iiiicil to i;iy licit for t i;;l,r v.v ' A friend iniliici'il nie to try Ayr:' S:; - !;';nill:t. J.ess tl:;m ihreo l'f'. : !i In lilt i lli- kiivi', I n nil in. fxjic j it :.. mi li iiu !i( inc, 1 never ....

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 9 May 1889

THE STATE. THE DEATH PENALTY BILL Pass38 the House Watson's Local Option Bill Fails. I.ejiaUt.y Notes. Mr. Abbott's bill providing for tho death penalty In curtain cases of murder occupied tho attention of the house on the '.2nd inst. Mr. Waito tried to havo iho bill amended so that death could bo Inflicted by either hanging, electricity or decapitation, but it was lost. Mr. Ale hire had seen two elo cutions, and would never consent to have others die tho same way. Mr. Abbott, In troducer of tho bill, spoke at length in favcr of his measuro, arpuinsf that tho death penalty would dorer in many cases whero imprisonment docs not. Mr. Judd rldiculod tho idea that a death penalty would provo a deterrent. The trouble to-day was not for lack of sufficient penalty, but ou account of our Jury system, so arranged that a case was never allowod to go to trial unless twolvo imbeciles had been secured to weigh the evidence. Mr. Judd did not bolievo that middle agod or old men were afraid of death...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
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