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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 18 July 1889

'CfiYALRY HORSES. How Chargers are Produced for k tha Army Cavalry Horses of Other Countries. The fchabby appearance of our cavalry horses in this two great parade of the year . Las been the subject of much comment in t "military circles. It Is admitted that the government eloos practically nothing for the Improvement of perhaps tho most Im- portant arm of the military service. Scores of millions have been spent within the last five or six years for naval Improve- ' ments In the way of Ironclads, torpedo boats, coast defenses, etc., while for the ' trooper, the soldier whoso services are con- tantly In deman l on our frontiers, and who Is practically tho only member of the service whose work is constantly In dc- mand, things have been left In as primitive . a state ns they were before the civil war. The display at tho centennial military ; parade was Indifferent enough, but even it decs not Indicate how unsufticicnt our cav- airy force is, and how little care Is being taken to furni...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 18 July 1889

Wilcox'? Corner. FOR S ALE! Ouo Farm t 1 It;) ucrcs, 110 aeren improved. Una Farm ( 45 ucres, all Improved, uud ttO acres of wilJJaud. Ona pair el young gelding , weight 2,700 lbs., flrsi-clasa travelers. One horse 10 rears old, and ona colt 3 years old which weirf 1,400 lbs. Two Merino bucks and 25 grade Merino ewes, lu lots to suit purchaser. Having had soma experience In the auctioneer business I offer my services to those in need, on reasonable terms. Hatlsfactlon guaranteed. Anyone wishing to insure their projterty n:iinst loss hv tire or llirhtnlni In theew Far mers' Mutual of St. Clair and Sanilac Counties, which is in a prosperous condition, will please notify me by postal, us I am ah'ent for said con jiany. XX. J. WI2L.C02T, East Greenwood 1. O., Mich. CORRESPONDENCE. Dashes from Deanville. Mrs. Jud. IJlack visited friends at 'alley Centre last week. J as. McFarlane wife and brother of Fostorla are visiting friends here. Thedauceatthe Q. hotel last Fri day was a success soc...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 25 July 1889

Weekly 11 T! M YX El NA. S IK Jv II II II 1.1 4 A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. JAS. A, MENZIES, Editor and Proprietor. YALE, St. Clair County, Mich., THURSDAY, July 25, 1889. Price: $1.00 per Year. Vol. VIII. No. 11. Wo havo just launched out on our Third Month in liusiness, and right hero we wish to thank our many customers for their Liberal Patronage. It has far exceeded our expectations. We feel confident that our efforts to keep such goods as are needed and at prices to please the people has been fully appreciated. We are in a position to take every ad vantage in buying and our custom ers will certainly RECEIVE the BENEFIT, This week wo have received anoth er large bill of ill.lilil. consisting or DRESS AND UEllli All kinds of Wash Fabrics, s troll as Sateens, etc. Check Ginghams at Gc, 7c, 8ct & Oc Dress Ginghams at 7c, 8c, Oc, 10c, 11c and 14c per yard. White OF AM. KINDS. Eatoiisrj lacs ad floiimsjs, Parasols, Gloves and Hos...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 25 July 1889

TIio Weekly Expositor. J. A. Mrnzicx, Editor and Troprlttor. BROCKWAY CENTER, ; JMCfl. Eugene Schuyler, Consul general to Egypt, wns born lu Ithaca, N. Y., on the 20th of February, 1840,and was graduated at Yale in 1859. While pursuing his past graduate studies with two scholarships ho tad earned, he attended the law school .and assistod President Parker in the revision of Webster's dictionary. Later on he studied law at Columbia college and in an office. Ho practiced subsequently, but gavo mare attention to literature than to law, and his con tributions to periodicals were frequent. Ho began his diplomatic career as con sul in Moscow, Kussia, tho language of which country ho had completely maotered. Ho afterwards served as sooxotary of Legation in St. Peters burg, was consul-general at Constan tinople, Homo and Bucharest. Mr. Schuyler's reports of alleged Turkish ou rages in IJulgaria in 187G aided materially in bringing on tho Russo Turkisb. war. In this matter his veal outran dos...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 25 July 1889

THE GOVERNOR'S LADY. BT AtTnEllTIXB WOODWARD MOORB. Are you satisfied with mo, Luther!" "Satisfied I O, my IIo ra, I vr'h I rouM tell you bow thorough'y I am sutisflod," aud us the governor Boko, be foldod h'.s arms tenderly about hi fair youn? wife. 'l hesitated some time between tho Heliotrope aud this blno velvet pown, aud chose this because I rouiembcrod your fond ness for blue and gold," aud raising her lit "tie hand tho governor's lady touched tho fleecy ringlets of the llnost gold that circled ber brow. Once more the governor drew her to him, tut sho held back. 'You sco I wear my pearls, Luthor, your Urat gift," said sh, "and tho point appli que laco you have pronouncol the emblem cf simplicity. My m:iid iuVtstcl that tho governors lady at her first reception hould wear tho royal purple, with heavy Irish point, and diamonds." Here sho brolio oH with a long peal of laughter. "My maid royal purpladlamonls," amd nt length, um;d a burst of girlish loo. "Dear Luther, It Is ull so ...

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 July 1889

MEniODiaT I'KOTESTANT C11UHC1I. Soi-vii-H ultern.itcly ut 10:30 o'clock a. in. RH.l 7 . in. Ki-v.J. 31. Criimlall l'astor. Sun- U.iy BjIiii1 at i. D . Drake. Hupt. ATEniODlST Kl'iSCOl'AL CHUKCH. 11 Scrviir iilti-riiatciy at 10:3il a, lit., and p. m. K' Scho.il at W. n.irinim, rastor. Sunday l in. C. Cooper, Sup't. Ciiui'.cu of euiusr at a c. ciiatkl. S.-rviivi i:t 11 a. in. l'rayer meutliiif every Thurs'l.iv ovonins ut 7:'0. 0111)11: J II 01" UilitUT at Meiu-rt'V' eornors. W'oi.i tlji hori'J Imv inoiuiiiK ut 10:J and nre.aehiter nv.-ry alternate Sunday evening at i :0 J o'clock. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, G rada.U i oL' the DiMartiii?nt of Medicine and Kiii,?ry t Ann Arhor. Mich. Olllctson Muln-st flrat djor u n til of Holdeu Ulock. Brock way Centre, Mich. C-1 HTE''" PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. llKt rrS'.WY cr.NTP.K. MI Til. 0:V"2 trr.ni I 2 to 2:3 0 each day. O.'l -....in.;;; St reet. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OilV .,r '.. .ire ojt;!i-;it.s l)ii!llo r.h' r.ro,kw.iv '"it' r ', Calls v..!; j...

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 July 1889

f i v 1 A V The Weekly Expositor. ' v i..'.i;'.Jv.Vwi:UJi..rfJi-JLjiA t c ! i v SET, the Threshing Machines then in use were almost wholly of the class known as the " Endless Apron" style. Then it was that Nichols & Shepard, of Battle Creek,LIich.,invcntcdandbegan to develop an entirely new and novel style of Grain Thresher and Separator, which they very appro priately named the Vibrator." It was a revolution in Thresh ing Machines, and from a small beginning of five machines in 1858 they soon reached a pro duct of 1, coo yearly. Their Vibrr.' or drove the " End less Apron" ruchmc out of mar ket, and all other makers copied it as closely as they cb.rcd. To day all Threshing Z-.I: chines of any reputation or merit use Ike principle cf the ck! Vibrator. Nichols C: Shepard have con tinued 1:1 the business without change cf name, location, or management; and during the past three years have brought out and developed another new Threshing Machine for grain and seeds, as superior to a...

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 July 1889

NEWS SUMMARY. DAKOTA'S WHEATCROP. l'ho Yicia AVill be About 30,000.000 DuslieU Short. Tho wheut croi or Dakota is .rO,COO,000 bushels short. The total production for tho territory canuot, uuder tho best pos sible conditions from now until harvest, exceed i.0,000,000 bushels, aud to put it th.it high is u liberal estimate. Tho greatest detriment to a success'.ul crop this your has been the exceedingly dry sojod, and only along the streams will there to any crops at all. Hundreds of acres were sown for tho soeoud time. It is likely that outside of tho vuliey of tho lied river all the grain grown will not till 500 cars. In Melsou couuty, famously prolific, wheat will not yield as much grain us was seeded. Ramsey is bare, except in the im mediate vicinity of Devil s lake, tin I In the famous Turtle Mountain regiou, the rich soil of which has hitherto been regarded as drought-proof, the earth succumbed, uud there will be but little wheat for export in that section. Since the main line of...

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 July 1889

IN AN OLD CHURCHYARD. Q One of England's sweetest spots, A little old sra.v church I fouud; Around it lies dear restful ground -garden with its f acred plots. With myriad arms tho lv.y holds Its timo worn walls io .oe embrace, So memory sometimes keeps a faco . Half-veiled in tender misty folds. With sleepy twitter and with soner Tho tower, bird haunted, is alivo; In leafy teas they dip and dive, Tnosa tiny warblers all day long. Liko sentinels crown hoar with ape, The cruinblfikg headstones guard the graves That softly swell preen voiceless waves. That will cot break though tcmpcts rage. "Concerning them that are asleep'1 In this sweet hamlet of the deud, In broken Fenteuces I read Tho record those old tablets keep. Each told its tale, for hath not (Iricf A voire whoso echoes never ilioi Adown tho ages, iiachel s cry, Still riugso'er tome (Jod garuered sheaf. Mine eyes, n'er prodigal of tears, Did till with such as si-cmed to riso And drown tho glory of tho skies, O'er thow u ho'd ...

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 July 1889

Wilcox's Corner. FOR S ALE! ):: Farm of m-ivs, 1 lo ycrrs improved. Oiu Fur 111 of 43 iifii's, nil Improved, and no acres of Willi laud. Oiirt pitir vf youiiK geldine. weight 3,700 lb., Ilrst-i-lass trawlers. l)ii' liorse io years old, and ono colt a years old will ii weighs i,4im) ll. Twj .Merino lmks;i.iidJ3 grudo Merino ewes, hi lot to suit purchaser. Having liad some tperlenn In tlio iiuetioneer Hitiness 1 oiler niysrmees to those in need, on reas diaMe terms. S.itisfactU u guaranteed. Anvono wishing to insure their property i2.iiiist loss lv lire or li'ditnlnjr In the New Fnr u: ms' M.itualotst. Clair and Sanilac Counties, wlii.'h is in a prosperous eonftttion, will please r.otifv in" hy postal, as 1 am a;;ent for said eom- 3 any. i-i- jr. wix-cox:, T.ast (Sreeiiwmr.1 1. O., Jlleh. Will sell for CASH Harness, Whips, Collars, Halters. Trunks, Valises, Fly Nets, Dusters, At ju-ii-uB cheaper than vc re ever olKM'O'l in Urockway Centre. Co.iio and soo for yourselves. I have on hand...

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

Y JAS. A. MENZIES, Editor and Proprietor. A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. Vol. VIII. No. 12. YALE, St. Clair County, Mich., THURSDAY, August 1, 1889. Price: $1.00 per Year. m irr TO TT TIT OR Ho Wo havo just launched out on our Third Month in Business, and right here we wish to thank our many customers for their Liberal Patronage. It has far exceeded our expectations. We feel confident that our efforts to keep such goods as aro needed and at prices to please tho people has been fully appreciated. We are in a position to take every ad vantage in buying and our custom ers will certainly RECEIVE the BENEFIT. This week we have received anoth er larsre bill of consisting or in:: m m ran. All kinds of Wash Fabrics, such as Sateens, etc. Check Ginghams at Cc, 7c, 8c, & 9c Dress Ginghams at 7c, Se, Oc, 10c, 11c and 14c per yard. Of ALL KINDS. Embroidery Lacs and flsunsings. Parasols, Gloves and Hosiery. Ladies Silk Mitts. A Large Stock of N...

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

THE STATE. DETROIT'S LATEST MURDER. An Old Man Literally Kic ked to Death Without l'rovocat on. Morris J. Crawford was returning from the races in Detroit iho other eveniug mid, when near tho comer of Ueaubieu street tud ClinUn aveuue, came up to a buggy containing two men. Crawford asked the , tneu to allow him to pass, when the men whipped tueir horse uud attempted to pre vent Crawford driviug past them. Craw ford remonstrated with tho men for so cruelly beating tho r horse, when one of the men jumped from tho buggy and at tacked Walter Mason, a young man who was with Crawford. Muson not foeling inclined to tight ran about one hundred eet, but finding one of the ruftlaus close behind iiiui turned and showed re sistance. Ills pursuer then hit him two or three times, knocking him in'.o tho middle of the street. 'lhe romp nlon of Mason's ussailant drove clo to the curbstouo ut the corner Of Macomb street and Clinton avenue and springing from tlio buggy attacked Craw ford lie opened o...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 1 August 1889

WOMAN'S PRICE. BY COVENTUY PATMOUE. To heroism and holiness How hard it is lor man to soar, But how mucti harder to be less Thuu wli.it LiM mistress loved him Tori lie docs with enno what do ho must Or lose he, und thirj's nought debarred From him that culled to meet her trust. Our irccL her desired regard. Ah, wasteful woman, she that may On her sweet self sot her own price, Knowing (hut he cmniot eJiooso but pay, How luis sho cheapened paradise I How given for nought her priceless sift, How spoiled tho bread a ad epillod the wine Which, xnt with due, respective thrift. Had luuile brutes men and men divine I 0 Quon, awake to thy renown, Require what 'tis our wealth to pivs, And comprehend and wear tho c rown Of thy despised perogutivc 1 1 who in manhood's name at length Wit.h g.ud soul's eome to abdicate Theirrcs legality of strength, Muftt.yet iu this thy praise abate-' That through thine erring humbleness Aud disregard of thy degree, Alaiuly, Las mun been ho much less 'i'hun tits...

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

METHODIST I'KOTESTANT I'llL'HClI. St?mi'":ilUrii;iU'l.v ut 10::J0 o'clock. ;i. in., ami 7 . in. lli-v.J. M. I'liiiul.ill I'astor. Sun day S:Iki)1 at 2 i. m. U. Drake, Supt. METiiobisr i:riscorAL chukch. Service alternately at 10:30 a, lit ami 7 p. m. Usv. c. W. b.uniiiii, rutur. Sunday Scliuolatii V C. Cooper, Sup't. CIIUKC1I OF CIUU3T AT A C. CHAPEL. Services ut 11 a. m. Prayer meeting every Thursday evening at7:30. CIIUUOII OK OH HIST at Menerev' corner!. Worship Lord' Day morning at 10;:W and preaching every alternate Sunday evening at PHYSICIAN & SURGEON n jntA ,f ilia riinirtmtnt of Medicine and fiurtrrv it Ann Arbor. Mich. Office on Main-st first door uoith of Holden block. Brock way Centre, Mich. g. s. usr, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, I1ROCW.WAY CRNTItE. MICH. Office Hours, from 1 2 to 2:30 each day. Olllee on Main Street. ID. LI- XjAXTG.fl.lTP PHYSICIAN AMD SURGEON. Ofllee at K''sMiMieo opposite the Dnfilo Mock Brockwav Centre. Calls will receive l'rompt Attention. GEO. H. ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 1 August 1889

Hi "I 1 1 .n.v.cj jjj C p32 CO CO CO ess z o o CO o z CO ' Send for 80-Pcgo ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE. MENTION THIS PAPER. PHILADELPHIA SINGER WARRANTED 5 YEARS. low man ARM, FIFTEEN DAYS' TRIAL IN YOUR OWN HOUSE BEFORE YOU PAY ONE CENT. Hiph-Arm Machine has nelf-nettintf needle. rlM hi-CHiSI ti? Mini tile, it iiollc nnj Ugh (.ru lining, has the finest M't of at Inch. inrnU, in a ielvctllnetl rnc. Don't pay genu f 55 or $60, but tend for circular. Remember, we guarantee our machine equal to any high-priced machine on the market. .Address The C. A. WOOD CO., 17 N. lOtb St., Philadelphia, Fa. Lisa One .'v. i' ::;:!:'" iu:ikt's ." k.'UIoiih ot a most 1) i'li-i 1 i ' 1 !; Trm;.T iinv r.cvorai'c ,Srri'ii.'i 'i".:s ;i i I Purities tin- I'.iood. it purity jvii'l 1 'iicu-y of tlnvor 'iinicii'l it to all. Sold everywi.eiv. TIT" IT- If y.v.ir Dru r jist or Croccr should not liavolt In store, ask tlu-iu to nut it for you, or send '-'"c. to tho M;tir.ir:i!"turer ami yon will receive it by m:i""C&am...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 1 August 1889

Tho Weekly Expositor. J. A. MEN7.ii?r., Kdttor ami Proprietor. BROCKWAY CEN'TKR, I MICH. Mary Gwendolen Cal I well. Maury Gwendolen Culdwell, th young, generous Amoi'Lnn lady who made tfie munificent gUt of $"J00,OUO towards the $10,000,000 for the Catho lic Univertsity which ie to bo built at Washington, ie the orphan daughter of William Shakespeare Caldwell, who was a member of an English family residing at Fredericksburg1, Virginia. Her mother was a ister of Congress man John C. Ureckinridgo .of Ken tucky. Mary Gwendolen Caldwell and her sister aro together worth fivo mil lion dollars. The foundation of tho Immense wealth possessed by the young women was laid by their .grand father, an English ac;or of high repu tation, and who introduced gas in tho fities of Cincinnati, Louisville and New Orleans, Mary Gwendolen Cald well carac of age two years ago when she received half of the money coning to her and her sister by the death .of their father 6even years before. Sbe was educated ...

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

(5 EN E It A L. Hishop Walsh of London, Out., hos been elect J urt hliishop of Torouto. The distribution if funds among tho suf ferers iu Jounstowu, l'tt., has developed 'onsidmiblo swindling anion-; the bine tU'urits, some of whom Lave been puid three times, while others have received iiothuitf. Lewis Uros. A Co., wholesale drj' iroo;ls dealers of i'hihulclphix, havo made un as signment. Liabilities M,lKH),()00. CharieniaKao Tower, who devel pod the faniouH V erinillion mineral range, died in lattervlilo, N. Y., July '25. lie leave it forluiie variously estimated from ;IX)0,0W) to $iO,i.O,Ot0. New orlt has tnken the initiatory steps to secure the proposed world s fair in A committee of leading busmcrts men and Mpta.its has been uppoiutcd to tako tho matter in hat.d. One of he richest oil deposits ever found has been disc .veted at Crows Nest l'uss in the iiocky Mountains. Four t nsmlihs lrom Germany, v-ho ar rived la :.cw York a few days a-o under onii'i.ci. to work lor a .Milwauke...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 1 August 1889

IVilcox's Corner. FOR SALE! On.' I'.n in of I l.'.i acres, 1 10 ;uTcs iniiov'l. One Farm of 43 ucio.s, all Improved, andsoacres of w lid laiitl. t)nj pair of yoiniK Kcldiiift, wsijjht 2,700 lbs., lirst-class tiavi-W-is. Out' horse 10 vear. old, and olio colt 3 yearn old li i i'U wi'Lhs 1,400 !l)s. Twit L-i ino lu-kaml l'. trade Merino twos, In lots to suit purchaser. Having had sonio exprrloni-e in the auctioneer luiiiir.'ss lo'IVr iiiy.serv iees tothost! In need, on reason. vtle terms. Satisfaction guaranteed. Anvouo wishing to Insure their juopeity a'.' iiiist loss lv tire or lislitninj: in the New Far mers' Mutual of St. t'lairaiid Sanilac Counties, winch Is in a prosperous condition, will please n ;if v mo ly postal, as 1 am arent for said com pany. II. J". WIX-C02I East (Sreenwood I. O., Mleh. Will sell for CASH Harness, Whips, Collars, Halters. Trunks, Valises, Fly Nets, Dusters, At prices cheaper than vere ever offered in llrockway Centre. Come and see for yourselves. I have ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 8 August 1889

KXiY ITOR. LdAi y JAS. A. MENZIES, Editor and Proprietor. A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING, Vol. VIII. No. 13. YALE, St. Clair County, Mich., THURSDAY, August 8, 1889. Price: $1.00 per Year. WEE Hi ieiMi "We havo just launched out on our Third Month in business, and right hero we wish to thank our many customers for their Liberal Patronage. It has far exceeded ourexpcctations. We feel confident that our efforts to keep such goods as are needed and at prices to please the people has been fully appreciated. We are in a position to take every ad vantage in buying and our custom ers will certainly RECEIVE the BENEFIT. This week wo have received anoth er larjje bill of -CONSISTING OK- mil goods anb trimming. All kinds of Wash Fabrics, such as Sateens, etc. Check Ginghams at 6c, 7c, 8c, & Oc Dress Ginghams at 7c, 8c, 9c, 10c, 11c and 14c per yard. White Goods OF ALL KINDS. Embroidery Lacs ad Flouncings. Parasals, Gloves and Hosiery. Ladies ...

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

The WeeKJy Expositor. J. A. Usnzik::, Rdltor and Proprietor. BKOCKWAY CESTKli, ; MIC3. Dr. Frithjof Nansen, the leador of tho hardy littlo br.nd of Norwegian explorers 1hat crossed the continent of Greenland, is rtill quite a young man, being only twenly .eight yenrs old, and occupies at the present time the position of keeper. of the natural-hl9'oric rausouui of Bergen in Norway. The interior of Green land had never yet boen Been, aad liaron Xordenskjold, tho celebrated scientist and explorer, had started the thoory that this interior had a much milder clLmato than tho coast, and that the descendants of some of tho Icelanders, who settled there nearly a thousand years ago, might still be found. In order to 6ct this thoory rest Dr. Nansen resolved to attempt to cross Greenland from east to west, a most perilous undertaking, as ihe whole country was afterwards fouad to be covered with enow and ice. Ho started, accompanied by throo Norwegians and two Laplanders, from Iceland In June, ...

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