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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 29 March 1883

T EXPOSITOR 1 AW Li . v : f A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. V V JLJLLU VoL 1 No. 46. Tiia Vsokiy Expositor, A Itt'd Hot, Apgroswivc au-1 Pro gressive Journal for Live, Enterprising Reader. PUBLISHED ON" THURSDAYS. o $1 a Yxun 00c ror. Sis Moktiis 880 ITOfc TlIKKU MoXTU. Jas. A. Mknzibs, Kditor & Manager. 1 L. 'IL" ADVKllTISINCi KATES. 1 Inch e;ird cue roar $ 6 00 i.s column adv one vear 12 00 14 20 00 j.3 SO 00 j.jj 4 " 35 00 1 " tiJ 0O Husines locals 5 cents per line. CIIITIU'U PIKEOTOKY Alctliodlst lrotaataut Ckurcb. JWvijtia alurnattslv at 10:30 o'clock a. m.. Mid 7 p. m. lie C. U. CuAKK Pastor, bu.ulay School USy.u. C. l. VANDERL1P. Superintendent. AletUodlst Uplaropal C'kurcB. SU-vloes alternately at 10:30 a. ra. aad T p. ru. lt A. J. IIOLMLS. Pastor. Kun.luy Suhoul at it p. in. C. COOl'EK. Superintendent. Church of Christ at the . C. Chapel. fUrrices at 11a.m. Sabbath School at 8 p. in. Prayer moetinK every Thursday eveaiuu 7:W O L. BALLENTIN A TO.. WboleeaU O. d li-iait d...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 29 March 1883

The Weekly Expositor J. A. Mexzies, Editor and Manager. BROCKWAY CENTRE, MICH MICHIGAN. HTATIC XICWH Great reductions are being made in the working force at nearly all of the inlnea of tbe upper peninsula. Dr. 1). O. Farrand, one of the most prominent physlclana In the state, died at his home in Detroit on the ISth lust. The Kcv. W. II. Brown, who lives on a farm about a mile wwt of Allegan, died a few davs ago from the effects of an overdone of opium. Mr. Brown whs one of the early set tlers of Allegan, coming in ISM aid residing here ever since. 1IU wife died about two yearn go . t A firo broke out in the lamp room of the Davis house at Sheridan on the morning of the 17th, which proved to be the most destruc tive fire ever known there, burning up an en tire block. The losses are as follows: W. Is. Davis, hotel and stable, $,000, insurance $1, 000; A. M. Stcbblus & Co., Jewelers, $1,000, no Insurance: O. W. Richard, drugs, insured $2, 800; J. B. Haynes, general store, $15,000, ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 29 March 1883

LIFE'S WEST WINDOW. iip We stand at life's went windowt And tuluk of tLe tUvi that, are none; Remembering tho coming ii "tt. We too mubt miiemrwr the morn; But the aun will act, tv uu will done, Aud au end will come to all our woes. As we y. atch from the western casement, Reviewing our happy youth, We mourn Tor Its vauUhed promise , Of honor, ambition aud truth: But hopes will fade and pride decay, When we think how soon we must pas away. We stand at life's west windows, And turn not sadly away, To watch on our culldreivs faces The noontide of sparkling day ; But our sun must set, our lips grow dumb, And to look from our windows onr children come. Still looking for life's west windows; And we know wc would not again Look forth from the eastern lattice And live over all life's pain, Though life's sunlight he brilliant, its stiuxet Is sweet, Since It bring longed for re6t to 0:1 r weary feet. NORA'S PERIL. CHAPTER VII We started at the earliest dawn of day, aup reached Dublin just In...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 29 March 1883

'1 DESPONDENCE. Drown city A:il:-'W Mitchell In 9 bought a firm iivu, inili.s soiilhwest of here amlnivi :io it. U N", I'van who bou-ljtuiu Mr Mitchell will fi'o move .;i tie ihee. Tbo school exhibition wai pro - nuuvd a sMn-eess by all who attend - ed. The hout w: crowded-and jtuto i large iimnber were unable to llud M:it. Tho eveiiiuir passed oil pleasantly in recitutu v.h and Kinim? The jVu-e vutitlcd "J.ittlu Hare foot" bylilu Uiloy was uell recited. IWay we enjoy many morons good school exhibition as this. At the cloi? the teacher L. II. Howe dis tributed a number of prizes to the faithful scholars Mrs M. B. ConUiu who lias been ill for the past yh k is slowly rt overinjr. Farmer are stll drawing in wood a1 though the roads are getting muddy by the recent ruvr and thawing. Leonard Woolly Trhce people re cently moved from Canada ia learn ing telegraphy at tho station. Dr J. Lister left Monday forenoon for'Saginaw and points beyond for few days. Prospecting wo nr icisu. MeKiu SUu...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 5 April 1883

T7 w Yl JL.Ji.. 7 M h VoL 1 No. 47. ThF3 Weekly Expositor. A lied Hot, Aggressive unci Pro gressive Journal for Livw, Enterprising Header. 1UKL13IIED ON THUKSDAYS. $1 a Yiua COo vou Six Hoarm 30c von TnuiiE JJJontu. J a. A. AliNstiii. Kditor fc Munuger. ADYCnTIKINC BATES. 1 iuch card ou year 5 oolumu mtv ue year iai 00 j.4 i:0 00 1.8 v " 00 V U " S5 00 1 J5 00 Business locals 5 cent per lino. CHURCH DlttliCTORY Jetbedlet L'rotcataut CUurcti. SarvlcM alluuaUly at 10:30 oVloek a. m . and J 4H. tta U. B. CLAttK raator. fautUy Shol at S y. w. l D. V iXDERLiT. bupcrliiU-iifJiut. Maeliudint Unlaropal t'huroQ. AervUaa aUruatly at 10:U)i. m. and T p. i. Kev A. 4. UuI.MKS. raaior. SuvrioUJont. Church ofCUrUt at the A. C. Chapel. gervloea at 11 A nx. Kabhatu Bclirxl at I p. m. Prayer nioeUntf every TUuraday evanlnc 7:Su llUSl.VEv MUCUTOUY. SL. BALLKSTISIli 4 CO.. Vleea' . a4 R-iil diW 1h Drv U'-d, aW 4 Heea. U-4if Ma le CMhn. JJ. Cat Ac. Ta WpecW'ty. N 7 Ur Ava. a.d lie 3 Q iy aVrei. Huron, M...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 5 April 1883

The Weekly Expositor J. A. Menzies, Editor and Manager. UKOCKWAY CENTRE. MICH J (JENERAL SOTES. A uankruit's lot is not a happy ono in China. Tho broker of a silk firm in Shanghai which has recently suspended payment was set upon in tho street by creditors of tho firm, beaten, and hung up by the quouo so that hi feet swung clear of tho ground. Haying been dis covered by tho iolieo in that painful situation ho was taken for protection to tho police station, followed by the cred itors, who declared that if ho fell again into their hands they would bito him to death and eat him afterward. A revolt among the students at a Paris school called tho Lycee Louis lo (Irand will occupy a conspicuous place in tho history of academic insurrections. It originated in lho displeasure of tho boys at the expulsion of one of their number, and before it was finally quell ed a detachment r.t forty policemen, ono of whom was seriously wounded, had to break open the dormitories be hind whoso barricaded do...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 5 April 1883

ANatv wouns. " Angry wordi are lightly spoken In a rash ami thoughtless hour; Brightest llnka ol life an- orokcQ Uy their deep Insidious power. II carts inspired by wa riding, Ne'er before by anger stirred, Oft are rent, past human healing, lly a single angry word. Poison drops of care and sorrow, Bitter poison drops are they, Weaving for the coming morrow tiaddest memories of to-day. Angry words! oh, let them never From the tongue unbridled slip; May the heart's best impulse ever Check them, ere they soli the Up! Love is much too pure and holy, Friendship is too sacred far, For a moment's reckless folly Thus to desolate and mar. Angry words are lightly spoken; bitterest thoughts are rashly stirred, Brightest links of life are broken liy a single angry word. NORA'S PERIL. CHAPTER IX. "And dars't thou, then, To beard the lion in his den The Douglas in his hall." Scott. The colonel expressed himself overoyed at the prospect of such a return home, and of a visit from our friend, for by...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 5 April 1883

, . . n we l!w 1 :f ( Ml M.'V cMMlfi. l.a th carlttt isvti. lr Mitchell is auud !ng thera and they are "ettiutr n!on; nicely. Thure I another .-Oio-waW e.;u i 1 1 ;jr to Kurgo to start a shop t;lso talk of a doctor locutiny; horo. .Mr l.iverjfood hns sold his firm to suiM'j Canud:i i;ion, for jjU'OO. HejvQv to JlayilIeto look for a farm th wivL. Hill A, l'liuyer aro reot-iviii; their spring stock of goods. K. A. 111U is go: no; tu build an addition to Lis ur. Moioc. Silnucn lurmiirio;. The bird nru returning. Your i-oinj.oinh'Ut when rjort eil about that .Miudcii Lnwyer ho became drunk ou "Forctillo but termilk" -was wrongly infor.nud. Our informant must have hatttno different visions in Lis mind, and re imrtfctl the vrroU! one. Said lawyer inform m that lie hnt get drunk. And wo w ill Lelicva him until we Me otherwise. It affords us pleasure to corrupt wrong report, and Trill tiy nud bo wor' caution in t lit future. I'rof Sturgis musical convention closed up very successfully with ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 12 April 1883

-t vvr- W EEKL I KXPOSIT A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. B&CCKWAY CENTRE, . MICH., APKIL 12, 1083 Vol. 1 No. 48. Price, SI. 00 a Year. OR The Weekly Expositor. A lied Hot, Aggressive- and Pro gressive Journal for Lire, Enterprising Keaders. PUBLISHED ON THURSDAYS. o U a Viua OOo von Six Movrn iOC J'OU J IlUEIi JJIOTUS, J as. A. Muxziia, Editor t Manager ADVERTISING KATES. S Inch card one year 8 3 00 J -8 column udv ouo year 13 00 X-4 20 00 1-5 . 30 00 J-2 V 35 00 1 ' 6J 00 Business locals 0 cents per line. ciiuiU'ii diiuxtoiiy MetlioUUt lroHataut Church. Bervicoa altwuntvlv at 10:) o'clock a. tn.. and f p. to. liuv C. 11. CLARK I'aator. SuikUy SoUwul at i p. iu. C. I: VAN'DEltLIP. Sui'iuWiudtul. Slalrtodlst llpUcopal Church. flmvk.va alUTiiulflv at 10:30 h. in. and 7 p. m. Jif vA. J. HOLULS. Paaior. Sunday Snoul at 1 1. iu. C. OuOl'l'K. Surintudent. Church or Christ at the l. C, Chapel. &urvicea nt 11 a. iu. Sabbath School at 8 p. ju. "Prayer meeting cvi-ry Thursday weiiing ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 12 April 1883

Tho Weekly Expositor J. A. Menzies, Editor and Manager. DROCKWAY CENTRE, MICH HTATK N1CWH President Arthur has appointed Adam E. Bioom to bo receiver of tUo land office t Detroit, Mich. Michigan has 400.000 milch rows, capable of producing products of tho value of f 20,000,000 annually. Hiram Schyler, an ingenious young man of Battle Creek. bas Just compu ted a Violin, the body part of which consists of 1,400 separate pieces. It is also pronounced a marvel for souuu. The prospect for a full crop of wheat this year lu Calhoun county is Rood. It was but little damaged by freezing. The acreage of the present wheat on ground is ten percent lees than lastycar owing to the large crop last year. Doctor T. O. Uates of East Tawas, bas thus far since November enjoyed 127 days j tithing, traveled about 3,700 miles, and made about 2,430 visits to patients within a radius of 40 miles; for all which work be has five horses, and this Is no year for doctors either. Andrew Molloy of Adrian, son of t...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 12 April 1883

SlNDAi s. mcnt relaxed my own j:rap upon the Count, 1 1 'Then, dearest, I can reasnur'e you upon that w""4u t-Kiy m commit uiM-naiuie. i Kunut-uiy i point, lor, irom a letter 1 lately ncclvil iron urigm snaaowa oi true reeu como buoois oi ri r'-iier. ana looKiog rounu, pcrccivcu uen- iiuuic-uaui isaKnus, 1 am nappy to Inform you, misa , Heaven one" a week; The next world's gimlet as prepossest In this: A day to bee k; Eternity In time: the atep by which We climb above all ages; 1 inipa that light Man'hrough his neap of dark days, audtho rich And lull redemption of the whole w eek's flight ! The pulleys unto headlong man ; time's bower ; Tlio uarrow way; Transplanted paradise; God's walking hour; The cool o' the day 1 The creature's jubilee; God a prlo with dust: Heaven here; man on those hills of myrrh auu flowers; Angels descending; the returns of trust; A gleam of glory after six-day s-showera! The church's love feasts; time's prerogative, And luti-rent Deducted from the whole; th...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 12 April 1883

mam: tte: umm CORRESPONpENCIC. tiCK .OTI. . fcjpriuj; In arrived at l;vt. Tin ro:ule hiv drying up ftoit. Go Fan- aud Wilbcrt Dutclicr itartcl for Dakota, Monday. MifcC:irrit Farr rwtumed to tscbool on Saturday lat. JJr Ktdly lias juixbased the bouse and lot formerly owned by P. Gra ham aud UpuUmon an addition. Win Smafield ha moved to town. There va a little boy came to tho residence of Phil Graham Friday Might when he will make his homo hereafter. Wis Farewell is vUithijj at Dr. WcstV S, O. Welch eoiumeutiid sa'.vicg Tuesday last. A. E. Lconhard is huiliiug txu ad dition to his furoiturL' store. Calvin Vaunest's home was made glad by a little girl joining their cirele the other day. Elder Davre was vhiting friends In tbi place a few day. He ha returned to his homo in West Branch. Tyko. 31 laden M urniurlaje. Hud! mud!! rand!!! The villaga council U taking steps to complete the water works which vas Vegrtn last summer. They are about buying an engine for that purpose. This time of ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 19 April 1883

Expositor A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. r - p Vol. 1 No. 49. Tin Weekly Expositor. A Red llot, Aggiessira and Pro grossivo Journal for Live, Enterprising Readers, rUULISUED ON THURSDAYS, o $1 a TiunOOc von Six Hoyths 80o yon Thuub ilom iiA. o Jas. A. Muxiiwi. KJitor fc Manager, ADVSBT1SISTO II ATI59. 1 Inch card cue yettr 8 5 00 18 oolumn adv uno year 12 00 1-4 '4 M 20 00 1-8 30 00 1-2 C3 00 1 63 00 Business locals 5 cents per Una. CHURCH DIRECTORY SIcthediat rrotcstaJit Church irrlctd alternately at 10:80 o'clock a. m.. and Sunday tsotuol at 8 p. lu. C. D. VANDERUP. ouj'uriuK'ouuut Mothodlst IJpJcopal Churcn. Bervicci uluuuately at 10:30 h. m. and T p. m. JUuv A. J. HOLM ICS. PMior. Suuday. Schawl at p. iu. C. COOPEK. Suixsrliitcndant. CJliurcU of Llirlstt at the A C, Chape). Sar vitas at 11 a. iu. Kabbath School at 8 p. m. Frayar uecUMff overy ILureday uvuniutf 7:80. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. O L. 0.LLENTINE & CO.. WUIeeale O. ani KUU deelws In Dry Goods, Booto Sfcfc Uady Ma1 CMul...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 19 April 1883

I I The Weekly Expositor J. A. Mekziis, Editor and Manager. DROCKWAY CENTRE, MICH GENERAL JiOTES. The assertion that the nor bridgo of the New-York, Lake Erio and Western Railroad, four miles from Alton, is tho highest railroad viaduct iu the world, is disputed by La Nature, whioh claims that pre-cininenco for the bridgo of Garabit, France. That remarkable structure is 1,800 feet long, and near the middle of the great central arch tho distanco from tho bed of tho river to tho rail is 413 teet. Tho length and maxi mum height of the Erie bridgo are said to bo respectively 2,051 and 301 feet. The two carpenters, Cardeillao and Gautier, who were instrumental in get ting up tho illegal demonstration in Paris on March 0, have declined a sum mons to appear before a magistrate in tho following polito and considerate manner: "Wo havo the honor to declare to you that wo cannot comply with your invitation at tho tinio mentioned. Wo have just got work, and we havo been too long idle to afford t...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 19 April 1883

V1SIOI1 A long, low roof, with picture on the wall, And one dim lamp to let the shadows fall. A flrptttlc comer, with fin ample chair. Derp-tuiihloned, auft, aud kejit with loving care. A llttlft wcarv head, a generous breast. A low, sweet song, Its burden "Lovo I Rest." Some softly-spoken words, a whispered prayer, Uiie lingering kiss me vision xaues in air. His Ma Dccelrcs HIui. Teck's Sun. "Give mo ten cents worth of saffron quick," said the bad boy to the grocery man, as he came in the grocery on rallop, early one morning, with no collar on, and no vest. Ho looked as though ho had been routed of bed in a hurry, and had jumped into his pants and boots, and put on his coat and hat on the run. "I don't keep saffron," said the gro cery man, as ho picked up a barrel of ax-nanuicstne ooy nau uppeu over in his hurry. "You want to go over to the drug store on the corner, if you want saffron. But what on earth is the mat" At this point the boy shot out of the door, tipping over a basket ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 19 April 1883

CORRESPONDENCE. Ml nil on Murium lure. Tho f;irmoHZiro rcjoiciu over tin return of spring. Quarterly meeting next Sabbith at tho M. 1". cburcb. Presiding KKler to be present. Uk-hard ttrown is preparing to niako improvements about his house, by adding to it. Anotber blaekomitb and carriage pLop is being built at tho east end of the village. Tho school bouse question is being agitated in Miuden. Kev J. BettU exhibited b'finai cial chart last SaDbath morning at the clobo of services which showed a balance due on church boil and par sonage lot of $70.40. They took tho hint, and responded very readily. Tli amount was raised. Tho singing class wbioh meets on Saturday evening is progressing nicely. AV. I. Wilson, living ono milt west of tho village, iu selling off bis personal property from the farm and intends changing his location. "We are sorry to lose a'good citizen. The water-ivorks in to bo settled by a vote of the people iu the cor poration. Now is tho time to make soft 6oap Thermo...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 26 April 1883

-re WEEKLY ! -vr. -it "Eft MipuiR,mnnriv4ff A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. r- v-v tt irma Vol. 1 No. 50. Tha Weekly Expositor. A Red Hot, Aggressive and Pro gressive Journal for live, ' Enterprising Headers, o- PUBLISHED ON THURSDAYS. . o $1 a Ybjlb 60o fob Six Uoxths J as. A. Mkxzies, Editor & Manager ADVEKTISIXCi ATI2. 1 inch card cue year 3 5 00 1-8 column adv one- year 12 00 1-4 20 00 1-G ' 80 00 3-2 V " 35 00 1 05 00 Uuslness locals 5 cents per line. CHURCH DIRECTORY Methodist l'rotcstant Church. Sorvians alternately nt 10:30 o'clock a. ni.. aud T p. ui. R-'v C. U. CLARK. Pastor. Sunrtnv School at n. m. C. V. VAN DERI-IP. buiKtruitvuucnl Msttiodlst episcopal C'iiurcu. Services alternately at i; . m. nul T p. m. Ki'V A. J. HOLMES, Pernor . Sunday School at S p. ni. O. COOFKK. sin peril) toadont. Chvrca. or Christ nt the A. C, Chapel. Borvtog at H a. m. Sabbath. School at 8 r. ru, Prajer meeting evory Thurmluy evoninc T:80. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. SL. BAXLENTINlu A CO.. Wholesal...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 26 April 1883

The Weekly Expositor J. A. Menzies, Editor and Manager. BROCKWAY CENTRE, - MICH 8TATK NKW8 In clearing away tho rubbish left by tho lire which destroyed tbo Eagle hotel lu 11 rand Baplds some months ago, preparatory to rebuilding, notwithstanding tho fact that the ruins have been repeatedly searched for lost valuables, the workmen found a poeketook, scarcely scorched, belonging to Truman Haw- in all nearly $7,000; also a diamoud pin worth 1150 belonging to Mrs. JohnBtou : 100 in money and some wearing apparel iu a burned trunk, bclongtug to a servaut girl; a $100 drees belonging to Airs. Johnston, almost unjured, aud other things. Some of these rescued valua bles bad fallen between walls and ceilings and were covered by rubbish, which preserved them alike from the fire and the weather, aud from previous searches. The commission of Thos. 11. Slier wood of Kalamazoo as Judge of the supreme court, to fill vacancy, has been 6igned by the governor. Hugh Kay's barn, in tho Township of Kes...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 26 April 1883

THE IHATIll.HONIAL Wl XIJ. 1 love a lutld domestic llfo, Devoted dearly to my wife, 80 much so, tlat from her cxttnds My fond affect Inn to lnr frkucU; And Urt of all no spooney raw Ob, don't I love my mother-lu-law 1 My pet'fl old parent' rather 6tout; 1 might Just clusplier walat about; Homo three yards round, and not much more, I've thought of widening my front door 5 1 ehouldu't mind the expense one straw, Oh, don't I love my mother-in-law 1 At times I nay myself forget. Which, If Rho thinks, she tell my jx-t; Hut wheu 1 io Jt do all I should, Her telling tend to make me good; I'm plcaeed to have her tlud the flaw, Oh, don't 1 love my mother-in-law ! The Bcrvauta that upon her M alt A pleasure have which must be great; Aud yet eau we get none to stay, I grieve so when she goes away, Tears from my heart her turned heel draw ; Oh, dou't I love my mother-lu-law ! A tweet old soul, how pleased I feel To see her at the social meal Of dluner sit, her mouth a chink Ne'er opened save to...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 26 April 1883

CO H r I-o r'U U 0 U N C E. .a 11 I. Ouuu!;ti::.t t a i'"M country. Th eibt wiutl ltriiu.M tUo ioo kick to our shores. Miuden is to have a two thousand dollar school house. T!.it U a aU- ahead for our town. J. II. Shulttt, of Tt Huron was in towu this vrt'ok. Quarterly meeting last 'Sabbath. Presiding Elder Potter was present in the evening and preached a htrong sermon. Rev Jolm Andrew, of Tyre was at the evening services. It is a tino time for a certain class of mwn to gather around tho comets nnd talk about Dakota, Ivanea and TiMinrssiep. whllo some of them havu not ambition cnoutrh to feed and clothe their famil'io here in Michigan. Tho painters are at work improv ing somef our businett fronts. SCKIDA. PECK JfOTUSi Cull n S. C. Tavlor when In need of flour. II. O. Babcock has gouo to house keeping. . John Gould auu Magpie Vefireg or were, married Suudav last. We will nnokc John. I). M. Dutcber of this place had a raralvtio btroko last Thursday. lie U so as to bo aronnd again. Far...

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