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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 8 August 1889

A VISIT TO OVESSVILIE; It Explains Why Mr. Floldlnff Will Not Co TO THE COUNTRY THIS YEAR. tTho Kegime "Was Too Attractivo and tha Sleeping Accommodations Too Pull of Njvalty anl Variety A Tunny Story. I have drawn up my plan for a sum mer vacation und it suits me to death. Shall I go to the country? Not un less I am kidnaped. Shall I po to tho boh 5horo? Oh dear, no, I have learned to read the most mcndacioua hotel circular with out a quiver. I shall stay right hero in the city. I hall drop into the otilco regrularly at the most uncomfortable part of tho day. I shall put my feet on tho desk an! watch tho boys work, and perspiro, and swear. It will bo so restful. A diet of envious contemplation liko that .-will build rao up much more than tho mosquitos und cream of tho country could do. I know, because I have been thcro. I lost twelve pounds in four days up in tho Adirondack last summer and they can stay thcro. I wouldn't go back after them if I knew that I could find them tho first...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 8 August 1889

cixrrrasix xxxx:cxxv2 METHODIST I'KOTESTANT C'HUKCU. S.m ii fs alttini.itfly at 10:30 oYloolc ;i. in., ami 7 p.m. It -v. J. M. I'randall l'astor. Sun day Sslio.il :it 1 p. m . D . Diakt', 8upt. METHODIST Ki'lSCOl'AL CHUKC1I. Service alternately ut 10:30 a, in., and 7 1. m. Iti-v. C. W. liariium, l'astor. Sunday School at 4 p in. (J. Cooper, Sup't. CHURCH OK CHRIST AT A C. CHAPEL. Service at 11 a. m. Prayer meeting every Tnursduy eveuini; at7:-')0. rtHUKOH OF CHRIST at MenereV' corners. W.truliln T ,11- I'j IIIV mnlnlllL' At 10:30 Ulld preaching every alternate Sunday evening at 7 :00 o'clock. 33TTai2TESS DIHECTORT. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Graduate of the Department of Medicine and Surgery at Ann Aroor, mien, uiucsvu iuiu first door north of Holdcu Block . Brock way Centre, Mich. G. S- HE?, PHYSICIAN .& SURGEON, II HOCK. WAY CENTRE. MICH. Ollice Hour, from 1 2 to 2:3() each day. Olllen on Main Street. 3D. X-ilXTGilXT. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. onico at lli'sldenco opposite the Duffl...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 8 August 1889

ZXZ2 THE LADIES' FAVORITE. NEVER OUT OF ORDER. If you desire to purchase ti sew inn machine, link our n?ent at your ilr.eo for tonus iiinl prices, II' you cannot fliul our nvunt, ivi he direct to nearest mldrosstoyouVelow mitneil. NEW HOMESEWING MACHINE R0RANGD1ASS CMiCASO - 28 UNION SqUARE.N.Y.- wk. ATLANTA, GA WARRANTED 5 YEARS. low man ARM. rT?2!IX:rARMt :$20 Jvp?f$28 FIFTEEN DAYS' TRIAL IN YOUR CWN HOUSE BEFORE YOU PAY ONE CENT. liigh'Arm Machine hat ftclC-netlliiK1 needle. reirllirrnlliiic nlmtUe, i lioisrle. and lighl'miiiiilitr. has the tin o wet of'nt tncll liient. in a vel vet-llnod 'iis. IL-n't ray agents f -.5 it $60, but send fur circular. Remember, we ruuruntce our machine equal to any high-priced -machine on the market. Address Th V. A. AVOOI CO., 17 2f. 10th St., Philadelphia, Va. LOOSE'S EXTRACT ffLOYERTLOSSOM 03 TRAD3 15? OUlilCO Cancers, Humors, Sores, Ulcers, Swelling. Tumors, Abscesses, Blood Poisoning, Salt Rbeum, Catarrh. Erysipelas, Rheumatism, and all Blood a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 8 August 1889

NEWS SUMMARY. PILGRIMS HONORED. A Monument Dedicated at Plymouth, Mass. The monument in memory of the Pilgrim Fathers was Dedicated at 1'lyiuoiitli, Muss., on tho 1st hist., thut bong tho 20'Jth anni versary of the sailing of tho pilgrims for America. It ia tnoro than 25 years since the work of eroding the Plymouth monu ment begun, and now thut it is comp etcd mauy piououuce it the noblest monument ever erocted in this couutry. The ce.ebrutioti begun at sunrise and continued into tho night. A number of Official diguitarles from all purta of the uniou were present. There wus a procession mude up of ml.itary, naval and civic organ izations; a darner . t wh ch W.C. 1. Brock in ridge delivered un eloquent oration aud John Boylo O'Reilly recited an original poem, uud in tho evening there were lire works und a bull. In 100 the I'llgrims. who later landed at Plymouth, left their homes in .the vicinity of Scrooby, Nottinghamshire, Kngland, ' to escape religious oppression, and vveut to Amst...

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

A SONG. JAMES WHITCOMB RILEY There Is ever a sons somewhere, my dear; There is ever a something sins always; There's the song of the lark when the skies are dear. And the sonjr of to thrush when the skies are gray. The sunshine showei i across the grain, And the bluebird trills in the orchard tree: And 'n and out, wh a the eves drip rain, The swallows a s twittering curelessly. There Is ever a so 4g somewhere, my dear; In the mldnlg'.t black, or the midday blue; The robin pipe when the sun is here. And the cncSet chirrups the whole night thro". The buds may blow and the fruits may RTOV, ; And tLe autumn leaves drop crisp and st re; But whether the sun or rain or snow There is ever a song some where, my dear. UK BY LINK, THRILLING STOEY OF THE rRANC0-PEUS3IAN WAR. 15V MALKICK I. KG HAN I). CI 1 A ITER XL TIIE TEST OK ENDURANCE. With what strength, what stoadinoss of mii:d, lie triumphs in the midst of all his suffer ings! Annuo. ;((7?C) remain with 1he garrison, a striing fancy, trul...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 8 August 1889

Wilcox' Corner. FOR S ALE! t;:i' l'ariu ol' l li;J am-M, 1 10 am-a Improved. One Kami of 4i acres, nil improved, niul KOiicres f wilil land. Oun pair of youn Ridings, weight 2,700 lbs., lirst-class travi-lt-rs. Oiii lior.se io vcar.i old, and one colt 3 years old which welnh 1,no lls. Two Merino ducks and j. grail o Merino ewes, in lots to milt pureluisur. Having hail sotno eprience hi the auctioneer business 1 oiler my services to those In need, on reasonable terms. Satisfaction guaranteed. Anyone wishing to Insure their juoperty a u: liiist loss bv lire or lightning In the New Tar-liii-rs' Mutual'of St. t'lairaml Sanilae Counties, which Is in a prosperous condition, will please notify me by postal, as I am agent for said coin puny. II. J". WILCOS, Kast Greenwood 1. ()., Mich. Will sell for CASH Harness, Whips, Collars, Halters. Trunks, Valises; Fly Nets, Dusters, At prices cheaper than "were ever offered in IJrockway Centre. Come and see for yourselves. I have on hand and for sale...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 15 August 1889

POSIT JAS; A. MENZIES, Editor and Proprietor. A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. YALE, St. Clair County, Mich., THURSDAY, August 15, 1889. Price: $1.00 per Year. Vol. VIII. No. 14. KLY OR .Hi Jlli -11 .JLl flu mm Wo have 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. Wo arc 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 largo bill of CONSISTING OK dress cooes m mm All kinds of Wash Fabrics, such as Sateens, etc. Check Ginghams at Gc, 7c, Sc, & Oc Dress Ginghams at 7c, 8c, 9c, lOe, 11c and 14c per yard. OF ALL KINDS. Embroidery lice ad flcuncings, Parasols, Gloves and Hosiery. Ladies Silk 'Mitts....

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 15 August 1889

THE STATE. Death of Maj. John Tyler. MaJ. John Tyler, a retired officer of tho regular army, died at the insane asylum at JJearborn, near Detroit, ou tho 4th inst. Maj. Tyler had a particularly creditable military record. Ou the 1st of May, litil, he enlisted as a privuto in Company A, First Michigan infantry for threo moa., and was mustered out ut tho expiration of hi term of service, August 7, lf(il. Juno 17, lt2, ho was in ado lirst lieutenant of the Seven teenth MLhigan infantry, und on the 24th of January, lsO:i, ho was promoted to the rank of captain. November l'l, lstM, Capt. Tyler lost his left arm in action at Camp bell's Station, Teun., and in couseiiuonco of this wound was commissioned us captain of the veteran reserve corps, May 3, 1?04. On tho 13th of March, lMi.1, he Wus brevet ed major of U. S. Volunteers, "for gallant and meritorious servic es in thro battle of South Station, Tcuii" lie wus appointed fir.t lieutenant Forty-third U. S. infantry, July 2, IM', and was b...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 15 August 1889

WORK. We are net here for holiJiyv, our live aro not dreaming, While toiling hand and busy hands aro latoriu all around; Men ure ttiri inp, wheels are whirrinjr.flres Clcaniing, vessels steaming-, Thcro is work on land and ocean and In regions underground. And full often, as I ponder o'er some lofty Tile uppringlng, On triumphant deeds accomplished, on some mighty victory won, X find that in my ears a chime of thought has been set ringing 'A11 gre.it works aro inudo up of littlo works well dorio." LINKjiYUNK. A THRILLLINO STORY OF TEE FRANCO-PRUSSIAN WAR. 1JY MAl'KICK LKfiltASD. CHAPTER XL (coxtixl'EP.) "Tausend Teufel!" muttered Boh tner, with a fierce wrath in his voice and glance "To think stv.-h a heart less brute should have it in his power to bully us!" Pierre looked grateful. ;y down at h'ra ns if thanking him lor that classification of sympathy. You are very good to me,' he said gentlv, -"and I cannot glvo you aught avo thanks." Nothing is needed," muttered the soldier gruhl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 15 August 1889

METHODIST ritOTKSTAXT I'llUKCH. Sei'vkvs alternately at 10:U0 o'clock a. in., ami 7 p. in. U 'v. J. M. Ciaudall Tastof. Sun day S:h i ilata p. ui. l . Drake, Supt. ETIIOOIST I'l'lSCOl'AL C1IUKCH. Survioi's alternately at 10M a, id., ami 7 p. m. llov. C. V. liarniim, Pastor. Sunday School at !i p m. C. Cooper, Sup't. CHITUC1I OV CHRIST AT A C. CHAPEL. Services at 11 a. m. l'rayer meeting every Thursday evening at M. CUimeil Of CHRIST at Menerev' corners. W'.u-siiip Lord'u Day morniiiK at 10M and preaching every alternate tfuncUy evening at 7:00 o'clock. 3DI1. CITITE,, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, n.i....o nf il nnpf mitnt nf Medicine and SurKery at Ann Arbor, Mich. OlMcoon Main-8t flrst uoji- norm or iioiaon uovk . Brock way Centre, Mich. GL 3. I'Tr PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. I1UOCK.WAY CBNTIIR. MICH. Oflict Hours, tvom 1 2 to 2:30 each lav. OlMooon Main Street. 2X. LAWGAiT. PHYSICIAN AMD SURGEON. Oillee nt Residence opposite tins Duffle Ulot-k, Droek w.iv tVntie, Calls will receive Prompt...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 15 August 1889

THE LADIES' FAVOKiTil. NEVER OUT OF ORDER. If you desiroto purclmson sewing niruMne, nsk our n cent nt your I'luco fur t'v:u" in: 1 jivivs. 11' you cnnnot fuul our .!?.. ;. v .;i. (Jirr. r tiitvnnt iiililrt'sstoyuuN'n.".-ph-: !. in cmicaso - 2tf UNION SQUARE.NX- fcALUS. -J, u ATLANTA, GA!M J,, PHILADELPHIA SINGER WARRANTED 5 YEARS. iow man ARM, fe0jICTrtTAIlMt $20 te$fS2S m:: - St: FIFTEEN DAYS' TRIAL IN YOUR OWN HOUSE BEFORE YOU PAY ONE CENT. High-Arm Machine hat ftf If-net line needle, ftflf-t lircndliitf lmttl, is tioiNi'It'Mt and ns:iiiriiiiiiiii(r, haHtiie finest h' I uf nitnrn. agents f 55 or f 60, but send fur circular. Remember, we guarantee our machine equal to any hifch-pricej machine oa the market. Address The . A. WOOD CO., 17 X. 10th St., Philadelphia, Pa. LOOSE'S EKTRAGT 3 T'l' r..Tf 'JCTP Blood Purifier. C3 9 7IUOS UABS Canetrt, Humon, Sorei, Ulcert. SweJHnjq, Tumors, Abscesses, Blood Poisoning, Salt Rheum, Catarrh. Erysipelas, Rheucn&ti&m, and all Blood and 6...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 15 August 1889

The Weekly Expositor. J. A. Mbxzike, Editor and Proprietor. BROCKWAY CESTEIt, ; MICH. Pope Leo XIII. wait born near Carpineto, on tho 2nd of March, 1810. Troui his early youth he was destined for tho priesthood, and was ordained in 1837. IIo was only 33 years old when he was sent to Bel gium as nimcie papal ambassador, where he had a difficult position to fill. That little state was divided in two parlies, Catholics and Liberals, and each one disputing for supremacy. Tho nuncio naturally was looked upon by the Catholics as their supremo ruler, while, of course, the other party hated him correspondingly. During1 his throo years in Brussels ho poured oil upon tho troubled waters, and when ho loft he had won tho esteem of even his most bitter political enemies, lie was then for a whilo archbishop of Ferugia, and was made a cardinal in 1853. Topo Piu eelectod him to fill the important position of cardinal camerlengo of the church. Pius died In February, 1878, and in the same month Cardi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 15 August 1889

COVLD AND II1S GnAXDCIIILDKEX. ,THE MILLIONAIRE. Could Romps About the Grounds of His Homo With tha Children. Tho Poker Players. Once uron a time, and not so very many years ago cither, the traveler alons e cer tain maple-shaded road In the beautiful town of Irvlngton-on-the-lludson, which A .derives its name from Washington Irving, the gentle genius who Idealized "this whole region, might have seen a short, slightly Luilt, dark coniplexioned man, with jIerc ilng black eyes, playing with two children on tho stately grounds of a palatial coun . try-seat The children, a boy and a girl, .are turning a ropo and tho gentleman Jumps with the agility of a rompbh school girl. Then they all stop and break Into imerry laughter. It U a beautiful spot; the ground are laid out In elegant parterre-; the lawn Is closely cut and fragrant; the landscape would charm him who Is wise enough to bo a lover v.t nature. At no threat distance Is the roal which thi slab ilded, green-eyed schoolmaster travers...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 15 August 1889

7ilcox's5 Corner. F 0 R S A LE ! Oik- I'.triu or liij; aciv.s, notion's I m jrov-l. On Fitrm of 45 acres, till improved, ami 80 acres .,r wiiu liui.i. Ou t pair of young uridine, wuljjht 2,700 lbs., II rat-cluM travelers. Otio horse lo vr;ri oll, and one colt 3 years old whlrli wchhs t,l(( His. T Wi Merino Imcksaiid j.i yiade Merino ewes, In lots to suit purchaser. Having had some experience In tho auctioneer business I oiler inyservices to tliosu In need, on re:ioaa!le terms. Satisfaction guaranteed. Anyone wishing to Insure their property as'iiiist loss hv Kre or Ih'htniiiK In the New l'iir m .Mutualof St. Clair and Sanilac Counties, wl.:e'i Is in a prospcro.is condition, will please u nify me ly postal, as 1 am aent for said coin- pauy. XI. J"- WIX-COX, 1-ast (Ireenwood 1. O., Mich. Will sell for CASH Harness, Whips, Collars, Halters. Trunks, Valises, Fly Nets, Dusters, At prices cheaper than ue re ever offered in Jirockway Centre. Come and sec for yonrselves. I have on hand and ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 22 August 1889

h Expos Y tor JAS. A. MENZIES, Editor and Proprietor. A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. Vol. VIII. No. 15. YALE, St. Clair County, Mich., THURSDAY, August 22, 1889. Price: $1.00 per Year. 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. "Wo feel confident that our efforts to keep such goods as are needed and at prices to please the people has hcen 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 largo bill of CONSISTING OF urn mi and trimming, All kinds of Wash Fabrics, such as Sateens, etc. 'Check Gineharas at 6c, 7c, 8c, Ss 9c Dress Ginghams at 7c, 8c, 9c, 10c, 11c and 14c per yard. Whit OP ALL KINDS. Eatroiierj Lacs and taiiigs. Parasols, Gloves and Hosiery. Ladies Silk Mitts. A Large Stock of NO...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 22 August 1889

THE STATE. Death of Uev. Dr. liayless. Rev. Dr. liayless of Cincinnati diod at Bay View on tho 14th inst. Dr. Buyless, accompanied by his wife, went to liuy View to attend the Methodist Chautauqua assembly. Soon after his ar rivul tliere, a small pluiple on his neck, near the on so of the bruin, appeared, which in a few days developed into a ma lignant carbuncle, uud was tho cause of his death. Dr. Buyless was born In Staffordshire, England, December ISO, l!3T: cam to tho United States with his parents in '37, lo cating in New York, and was educated in Genesee college ut Lima, but failing hoalth compelled him to leave before graduation He was received on trial in tho Geneseo conference in 1S5, transferred to Kock River conference in 'ml, aud in '71 to tho southeastern, Indiana, coulerenco. He has been stationed in Chicago and Indianapolis, and was a delcgato to the general confer ence of '70. He was appointed a member of tho hymn book committe and devoted much time to his labors. Dr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 22 August 1889

LIFE. LOVE, DEATH. What Is lifof A moral strife In bliss and bano, to win some pain From truth or wrong, or toil or son?; The mirth and tears and hopos and fears To daro nnd boar that each hath share, And must opdure, to make more sure Of worldly rest tho eoul's sad quest. "What Is lovel A trust 1o prevo . Each heart by pain and Ions and Rain, Through worth and wrong or shame or song; The Joys and tears of faith and fears That make life fair, tho precious share That doth endure and will make sure Of peace and rest the soul's life quest What is death! A failing breath And then no pa'n of life, but pain From toil and wrong and faith and song; Or tears of years of worldly fears ! From woe and caro that mortals share And sad endure, comes peace made sure, Immortal restthe so il's blest quest I Harriet Maxwell-Converse, Boston Tran script. DEMY'S LUCK. . EY WILLIAM G. TATTEK. Dennis Lowry was his name, but every one who knew him called him Denny. Ho was a tall, rather good looking', yet ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 22 August 1889

ME I'll JOIST I'ltOTKSTANT I'llUKCH. SmvWv iil'eniaU ly at 10:30 oYlmk u. in., and 7 p.m. Ufv. J. Si. Oiamlall l'astur. ttuu d:iy S;li l at 2 k m. U. Drake, Siijtt. Methodist i:nsuoiAL cnuucir. Service altcniaUMy at 10:38 a, in., nntl 7 p. m. Hv'v. C W. ll.iriiuiu, l'astor. Sunday School at 4 p lit. C. Cooper, Sup't. rHURCn 01' CIIKIST AT C. CIIAPKL. J Servlcesutllai.m. I'ruyer meeting every Thursday evening at 7:30 CIIUUCII OF CHRIST at Menerev' ('timers. Worship Lord' Day morning at 10:30 and preachinr every alternate Sunday evening at 7:00 o'clock. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Oraduate of the Department of Medicine and Rurarery At Ann Arbor, Mich. Office on Main-8t flrt door north of liolden block. Brockway Centre, Mich. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON IIROCUWAY CIINTRC. MICH. Ol.'ioe Hour, from 1 2 ti 2:30 cacli day 0:iI.eo:i Main Street. 15. Ul. IjAlTGillT, PHYSICIAN AIJD SURGEON Olllfat Kslilenec opposite, tlie Dullltf IJIoek UrocUw.iv Centre, Calls will receive Prompt Attention. GEO. H. B...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 22 August 1889

. T7T ZZZ. r.-snnrxjran,73jeim THE LADIES' FAVORITE. NEVER OUT OF O TIBER. If you desire to purclinso ii sowinjf machln nsk our nircnt rtt your vl'1'' f-r l1"' ' Vriocs. It yon cannot Had our a:,'.i , v. u l!:v.-t (Oin,:in'it.ail'lii'styu1iK in-.'.' v-.;: chicaso - 23 UNION SQUARE.N.Y.- DALLAS, ILL ST LOUI VTLANTA.GA. nrua And bias a omn Bill fi aHU hEalr fi 1 a M fircu&ITl WARRANTED 5 YEARS. arm, f:vIH:t; AKM, 820 pgijp ($28 i . : ' ' I b d M FIFTEEN DAYS' TRIAL, IN YOUR OWN HOUSE BEFORE VOU PAI ONE CENT. llich-Arm Machine has wol f-Hct t lait; needle, elf-lliroiMlliiir fli ii 1 1 1 , is rioisr I . -mi tl.riimiill.;, Ikin the OtM-'.t Oii'lll (IH'il Itu-sil:, in a elv't-lincl (--sue. IX:i't ray agents jj.55 or 60, but send fur circular. Remember, we guarantee our machine equal to any hijjh-jirkeil machine on the market. Address The V. A. MOOD CO., 17 N. 10(h St., Philadelphia, Vtu LOOSE'S EXTRACT CSS TIUDC L'AEK XT C U Cancers, Humors, Sores, Ulcers, Swelling's. Tumors, Abscesse...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 22 August 1889

The Weekly Expositor. J. A. Mbni;k7., Hdltor and Proprietor. BROCKWAY CENTKIt, MICfl. Mrs. W. E. Gladstone, the wife of Wm. K. Gladstone, the "grand old man," is the daughter of tho lato Sir Stephen Glynn, and from him inherited Hawarden Castle, the family-scat of the Gladstone's. The old custlo, of which hut tho ruins re main, dates back to tho remotest an tiquity, but tho new ca9tlo was built in 1752, and it is this part, with tho additions made thereto, that is occu pied at present. Liko her husband, Mrs. Gladstone is wonderfully robust lor her years, and her hair contains tnii few grey strands, while her face Is nlmost freo from wrinkles. Like many English women of the last generation, Mrs. Gladstone never knew how to xnako horsolf attractive so far as dress goes, and it has been said that she is tho worst dressed woman in tho United Kingdom. Her features, although they betoken tho true wifo and affec tionate mother, are somewhat coarse. Mrs. Gladstone is president of the Women'...

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