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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 22 August 1889

LINKJjYUNK. A THEILLLINO BTOEY OF THE mNCO-PBUSSIAN WAE. BY MAI KICK LEG HAND. CHArTEK XIII. IN THE LION'S MOUTH. Mast women's weak resolves, like roods, will fly, Bhake with each broath, and bend with every sieh; Mine, like on oak whoso firm rcots deep descend, Nor breath of love can shuk lor sigh can bend. Gk : Dione. SIX days passed. With the bov- cnlh her tormentor sought her again. His Ions' absence had re lieved her. She thought he would neither Book nor molest her more. Had 6he known more of life, 6ho would havo known also, that stronger than the sweetness and enduraneo of love returned, is the pitiless pursuit of a love scorned. She had besought and prayed her father to leave this place, but he sternly refused. She withheld horself from his nightly assemblies, and kept strictly to her own small dreary room, but she could not eicapo her foe when he chose that she should again see him. It was noon when ho culled, and her father summoned her to his presence. Then, ere she could...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 22 August 1889

Wilcox'& Corner. FOR .SALE! One Farm of I Ml acres, 110 acres Improved. One Farm ( acres, all Improved, and oacrea t wild laud. Quo pair ol young Ktddlng, weight '.',700 lbs., tlrst-class travelers. Oue horse in yrars old, and one colt 3 years old which weighs l ,4mj ls. Two Merino bucks and 2.1 grade Merino ewes, 111 lots to suit purchaser. Having had some experience in the auctioneer business I niter my services to t hose In need, on rca-'onahle terms. 8;itisfact ion guaranteed. Anyone within;; to insure their property a'z .ni-l loss l-tire or lightning In the New Far- mil " .Mutual ol St. Clair ami Sanilae Counties, viii'li Is in a pros'icrous eoudition, will iiiciist notify m l iy pootal, as I am agent for .said com pany, EC. J. WH-C02I, East (Ireenwood P. O., Mich. Will sell for CASH Harness, Whips, Collars, Halters. Trunks, Valises, Fly Nets, Dusters, At prices cheaper than "H ere ever o tiered in Uroekway Centre. Command sou for yourselves. J have on hand and for sale the...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 29 August 1889

"7 EEKLY EXPOSITOR. J AS. A. MEN2IES, Editor and Proprietor. A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. Vol. VIIL No. 16. YALE, St. Clair County, Mich., THURSDAY, August 29, 1889. Price: $1.00 per Year. w 1 taswfflu Wo hate just launched out on our Third Month in Business, and right hero wo wish to thank our many customers for their Liberal Patronage. It has far exceeded our expectations, We feel confident that our effort to keep such goods as are needed and at prices to plese the people has been fully appreciated. We are in a position to take every ad vantage in buying ind our custom- crs will certainly RECEIVE the BENEFIT. This week we have received ar.oth er largo bill of RY GOO CONSISTING Or if,::; cqobs and trimming, AU fcinda of Wash Fabrics, -euch as Sateens, etc. Check Ginghams at 6c, 7c, -So, & 9c Dress Ginghams at 7c, 8c,'Dc, 10c, l!ic and 14c per yard. c cjc'-cc-s otzt gt- ::::: White Goods 01-' ALL KINDS. Embroidery Lacs and flraci...

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 August 1889

The Weekly Expositor. J. A. Mexziet!, Editor and l'ropiktor. BROCKWAY CENTER, MICH. Yictorien Sardon. Victoricn Sardou, tho celebrated French dramatist, was born in Paris Sept. 7, 1831. At first ho studied medicine, but was obliged on account of poverty, to give- private lessons. Ho also-made attempts in literature, writing; articles for several reviews and minor journals. His first comedy 4Tho Student's Tavern," proved a complete- failure and in 1857 Sardou was in a state of great distress. Ho was living in a garret and was pros trated by an attaclc of typhoid fever, but a neighbor, Miss l)e IJrccourt, aursod him during his illness, from which he slowly recovered. IIo mar ried this young lady in tho ' following year, and through her influence was introduced to a number of prominent actors and authors, and since then his path to success has been unbroken by any obstacles. Tho visit of Emperor William of Germany to England can scarcely bo expected to make tho English people forget th...

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 August 1889

THE VALLEY OF SILENCE. KATIIEU KVAX. In the hush of the vnlley of Silenco l.dream ull tho sonps that I s u .And tho music lloats down tho dim valley, Till each tinds a word for a win?, That to hearts, like thedovo of tho Delude, A message of poaco they tony bring. But far on the deep there a billows That n?vcr shall break r.n tho beach; Ami 1 hae heard sonps 'n the silenco That never 6hall lloat Into t-peech; And I haro hail dreams iu tho valley Too lofty for lanjuagroto reach. And I have seen thoughts In tho valley Ah ! how uiy spirit was stirred ! And they wear holy veils on their fares Their footsteps can scarcely bo heard: They pass through tho valley like virgins, Too pure for tiio touch of a word. Do you ask uio tho place of tho valley. Ye hearts that aro harrowed by caro; It licth afar between mountains, And (Jod and 1 1 in angels aro there: And ono is tho dark mountain of sorrow, And ouo tho bright mountain of prayer! Llffi BY LINK. A THRILLING STOSY OF THE THANCO-PRUSSIAN W...

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 August 1889

METHODIST I'KO I'K-STANT CI1UHCH. Servlee-t alternately at 10:3i) o'eloelc a. and 7 i. hi. Ki'V. J. M. Crainlall l'aslor. Sim il.iy SjIiooI lit i i. in. L) . Drake, Supt. METHODIST KPISCOlWL CHURCH. Services alternately at 10 M a, in., unit p. in. Kev. C. V. D.irnum, I'UHtor. Sunday boliool at a p in. u. Cooper, Sup t. CHURCH OF CHRIST AT C. CHAPEL. Services t 11 a. m. Prayer meeting every iuursaay eveniug at 7:30. rHUKClI OF CHRIST at MenereV corner VJ Worslilp Loid'tf Day morning at 10:30 an preaching every alternate Sunday evening t 7:00 o'clock. DR. OXSHE, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Qraduate of the Department of Medicine and Barbery at Ann Arbor, Mich. Office on Main-gt fiml door north or Holdea Block. Brock way Ceutre, Mich. G. S. XTST, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON DROCKWAY CENTRE. MICH. Office Hours, from 1 2 to 2:30 each day Otnce on Main Street. 2D. M. XtAXTGAXT. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. O 111 pp at Residence opposite the Unfile Mock urooKway venire. Calls will receive Prompt Attentio...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 29 August 1889

J,Vv P f4 THE BEST (&J WOODWORK" XGJ AfTACttMEHTS TcAC' 2o UNION 5UUARE.NY. ST.IOUIS.MO. Ij.lnfJSyTTi OALLAS.TCX. :27raxle Xjandro, Jlgon-b, YAIK, MICH.; LOOSE'S EXTRACT THE GREAT 'Blood Purifier. C3 CO TRADE MARS IT OTTH3E3 Cancan, Humors, Sorea, Utcera, Swelling. ' Tumors, Absceiacs, Blocd Poisoning, Salt Rbeum, Catarrh. Eryaipelaa, Rheumatism, ad all Blood and 6kin Diaeaaea. Price, Si per Pint Bottle, or ft Bottles for $5. 2 1U cfto Solid Extract $2 50- J. iL LOOSE RED CLOVER CO.. Detroit. M!c!. TOCKINGS mne(5lorsThat EITHER O MUX Wash out NOR FADE I ONLY BE MADE BY v ii . i Sold by druggists. ALMO rrrnms nnon: faistk coltn. rfcEBLKKS I.AC5DKT DLl'150. FtrKLIXS lKrOTrBERH-(Klaia7re1or. rt-MlUNH MIOK AHD HiRJKKS DBKSMMI. VKIKLLSS UiU DlJi Color. i NOW IS THE TIME ! To get get your It will pay you to keep your buggies and wagons painted as tbey last twice as long. Call and get ray prices .and ho convinced that it wil pay you. Sign-writing at the very lowest prices. Satisfaction...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 29 August 1889

THE STATE. A Prisoner's Vengeance. About ten years ago Isaac Clark and Dan. lruhamof Detroit wore convicted of the famous Norris murder and sentenced to Jackson for 1 l to. Tho principal witness against them was Knos II. (iirard. who turned Biutos evidence. A few months later Glrard was convicted of u burglary at Pontine and sentenced to 15 years. When Clark and Graham fouud that Girard was in prison they said that ho would never livo to bo a freo man. Clark said he was innocent, and that Girard was tho cause of his imprisonment, and that he intended to have life lor life. Glrnrd has since made statement under oath that Clark was not guilty, and that his testi mony against him was false. (iirard has always boen afraid of Clark and Gruham, and they have always been kept apart. Two years ago Clark met (iirard iu tho dining hall and attacked him, but was prevented from injuring him. Girard occupied a cell iu tho west wing and Clark in the east. A few weous ago Girard asked for pro tect...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 29 August 1889

LIVE IT DOWN. lias your life a bitter sorrow f Livo it down. Think about a bright to-morrow, Livo it down. You will find it never pays Just, to Bit, wet-eyed, and gaze On the grave of vanished days; Livo it do;n. Is disgrace your calling burden! Live it down. You can win a bravo heart's guerdon; Live 1 1 down. Make your life so free of blamo That the lustre of your fame Shall hide all the oldeu shame; Livo it down. Has your heart a secret trouble? Livo it down. Useless cricfa will make It double, Live it down. Do not water it with tears Ho not feed it with your fears L'o not nurse it through the years Live it down. Have you made some awful errors? Livo it down. Do not hide your face in terror; Live it down. Look the world square in the eyes; (!o ahead as one who tries To be honored ere ho dies; Live it down. The Sunny Hours. "A DAUGHTER OF THE CODS." I. A young l;dy nnd a young girl 6tood in tho dusky passageway of tho fourth floor in an old studio building' in New York. They had tr...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 29 August 1889

Wilcox's Corner. FOR S ALE! One Farm of 1 101 acres, t lrt acres Improved. Ou Farm o( s jcre, all Improved, nd 0 acres of wild land. Onu pair of jrounc geldini, wljht a,700 lbs., Ar,i-el,i trrUr. hr i yr ld, and one colt 3 Tftrs old rate weigh l.tMlbi. Two Merino burk.tand 23 gradr Merino f west, In lot to suit puriiUaier. Harlot had im eierienee la the auctioneer sine I offer my aerTlre t tiio, In need, on reasonable term. S;ittf;iotlon guaranteed. Anyone wishing to Insure their prorty arint In Ity tire or Iklitniiii; In the New Far mer' Miitii.il of St. I'lairaud Sanilac Counties, wlm-ii I in u prosperous condition, will please nutify me by postal, as 1 am at'iit for sala com pany. xx. jr. wxloos, Fast (Sreeinvood 1'. ()., Mich. r Will sell for CASH Harness, Whips, Collars, Halters. Trunks, Valises, Fly Nets, Dusters, At prices cheaper than were ever offered in Brockway Centre. Come and see for yourselves. I have on hand and for sale the best Condition Powder in the world for hors...

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 September 1889

We EKLY ITOR. JAS.A.MENZIBS, Editor and Proprietor. A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING, Vol. VIIL No. 17. YALE, St. Clair County, Mich., THURSDAY, Sept. 5, 1889. Price: $1.00 per Year. 1. .---I. -,-11-1 . - - . . - - .1 I I , - - - 1 1 1 We hftve 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 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 we have received anoth er large bill of RY GO -CONSISTING OK- Mil Mil AND TRIMMING. All kinds of Wash Fabrics, such as Sateens, etc. Check Ginffharas at Gc, 7c, 8c, fc Oc Dress Ginghams at 7c, 8c, Oc, 10c, lie and 14c per yard. White Goods OK ALL KINDS. Embroidery Lacs and flouncing;. ...

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 September 1889

THE STATE. A PRISON PLOT. Irving: Latimer Relieved to be Im plicated. About a year uno Warden Hatch of the Jackson prison frequently saw auspicious persons hanging about tlio cell block, and was convinced that something unusuul wus point? on. Ho niudo a careful examination and found that a small hole had been drilled in the wall near the grating on one of the hall windows in the east wing. The hole contained a dynamite curtridgo sufficient to blow out the grating. The work was not disturbed but a caret ul watch was kept to capture the men. They never returned to complete their lob. The warden believed the friends of Hurnes. the gentlemanly burglar, wero the primo movers in the plot, and has since been on the lookout for them. Some weeks ago Warden Hatch discover ed that another plot had been planned. The keepers discovered, so it is reorted, that dynamite nnd eveu revolvers had found their way behind the walls. It was found that tho urticles were thrown over tho walls at a certain p...

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 September 1889

WIDOW SPILKIN'S DAUGHTER. The young1 folks are having Tha jolhest sort of lime, Ana Mary Anna's laughter Sounds luce a silvery chime. As she studs the lignum vita) A-whhling through the wires, Or knocks Will Alker s ball away, Clear out among the briers. And it somehow set me thinking How 1 used to carry water From the spring o' bunday evenings. For Ke Widow Spilkin's daughter. Those were happy days to us. Though wo didn't play croquet, We'd never heard of such a gum?, Hut sparked the good old way. The ladies dieshod in plain homespun, Without a bang or bustlo; They wurn'l afraid to look at you, And gloried in a tussel. But the most eujo.v bie thing to mo Was when I curried water From the spring o' Sunday evenings 1- or the Widow Spilkin's daughter. Things have chimgcd amazing bight In these forty years or more, With the teicgrupU und phonograph, And iron wagou s roar. But 1 ain't a goin to grumble, For 1 think the change i right, i And the world is rushing swiftly Out of darkness i...

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 September 1889

METHODIST I'UUTKSTANT CHUHC1I. Mervlfi's alti'riiiitt'ly at 10:30 o'clock a. in., uul 7 p. m. iuv. J. 31. Ciaiulall l'astor. Sun day 8?hool at ii J), m. L. Uiakv'.iSiipt. METHODIST tl'ISCOl'AL CHUUCH. Servient alternately ut 10:. 10 a, in., mid 7 p. ui. Kev. c. V. lUriium, rantor. Sunday School at 2 p in. C. Cooper, Sup't. GUURCn OF CHRIST AT A. C. CHAPEL. Service at 11 a. m. Prayer nitetlnj; every Thursday evening at 7:30. CIIIMCII OF CHRIST at Menerev' corners. WomUlp Lord's bar morning at 10:'W and preaching every alternate Sunday evening at ?:wo ciock. A Good Selection. BVBI1TE53 BIRECTOET. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Oraduate of the Department of Medicine and Surgery at Ann Arbor, Mich. Ofnoeon Maln-st Ortt door north of Uolden Block. Brock way Centre, Mich. G. S- XTET, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON IJROCKWAY I'CXTttn. MICH. Ot&ce flours, from 1 2 to 2:3() each day Offlce on Main-Street. 3D. LAUGA1T. PHYSICIAN AMD SURGEON. Otllct' at U-siil iietMippos't' the 1iiMo Uloi4 Hroekwav Cent...

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

3 Sj2o flNEfif I WOOD W0RKctpX6r AffACtiMEKfS rTcAC?: 2Q UNION SQUARE.NY. 8T.10UIS.M0. j,.P" y. rrr OALLAS.TEX. brazils Landro, ilgoxi-fc, YALE, MICH.: LOOSE'S EKTRACT (HloveOlossom THE GREAT Blood Purifier. XI? CTTHE9 Canctrs, Humcrs, Sores, Uicera, Swelling. Tumors, Absceisea, Blood Poisoning, Salt Rheum, Catarrh. Erysipelas, Rheumatism, end all Blood and Skin Diseases. Prick, 81 THr 1'int Uottle, or 0 Dottles for Cj. 21U CftQ Solid Extract $2.50. J. M. LOUSE BED CLOVER CO- Detroit. Mich. S3 VE itiBLAGIf T0CK1NGS E COLORS I HAT "tllMtKOrVI U i Wash out CflMNORFADE Sl ONLY UL MADE BY Sold by druggists. Al( rEETTTTSS HI105ZE rAIYTS-B Colors, FKKUMNS IU MWIV KM 'ISO. I'KKRI.KSS INK rOWDKRS-6 Kind 7 Colors. PH RUNS KIIOK AD II AKMSS UIiL.SM.NU. I ttULtSS YXiii DH.SH Colors. NOV IS THE TIME ! To get get your BUGGY XilXX7TEID. It will pay you to keep your buggies and wagons painted as they will last twice as long. Call and get my prices and bo convinced that it wil pay you. Sign-writing...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 5 September 1889

Hie Weekly Expositor. J. A. Msxziss, Editor and Proprietor. UROCKWAY CENTER, MICH Robert Hrowniner. Robert Urowning was born in 1812 in Camberwell, Surrey, and was educated at the university of London. At the ago of 20 ho went to Italy, which country had a great influence upon him, and ever since Urowning has been an authority upon music and painting. His first attempt in poetry was Pauline," a dramatic poem pub lished in 1835. For all his eccentrici ties of style, ho did not have to wait long for an audience or for even a considerable Bhare of popular appre ciation. As long back as in 1838 wo find in Dana's 'Household Hook of Toetry" not fewer that 11 of brown ing's pieces. In fact, in America he from the first had a band of admirers, and Home contend that Urowning, like Carlisle, won his first most valuable recognition in this country. Anumborofthe Hungarian miners from thoConnelsvillo, Pa., coke region havo. returned to their native land, and there are others who will go as soon ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 5 September 1889

'HE CAMP FIRE. Something About tha Founder of tho 0. A. R. Why Secession W"m Accepted by Some Southerner- Several Yarn for Soldiers. Soldier, Heat. Soldier, rent, thy warfaro o'er, sleep t he fleep that known not breaking; Dream of battle fields no more, Day of danger, uijrlits of waking; n our llei emb:inted hall, J I audi unseen tliv eoiKh ure strewing, Fairy strains of music fall, Kvery mise in bIuihIkt dewing. Soldier, rent! thy warfare o'er, Dream of lihtliiK no more; Heep the ultep that known not breakinj, Jlornof toil, nornijjlit of waking. 'o rude pound ball reach tbino ear, Armor' flans or war steel clumping, Trump nor pibroch t-ummon here, lusieri'.is elan or mU;u1imi tramping, Yet the lark' Klirill tile may come At the day break from the" fallow, And the bittern sou nd hi drum, Boom in; from the el;iv xtiallow; Jluder found niiall no:ie be near, Guards nor wurtl-.-r- elml'enge here, Here' no vHr-t-tl's lu-ivli and iliampinj, bhoutiuj; clans, or mpia lrons sunping. Scott's...

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

Wilcox's Corner. FOR S ALE! One Farm of 1 164 acri's, 110 urn Improved. One Farm of 42 aerett, all improved, aul Macros of wild land. Una pair of yotmjf geldings, wtljht V.700 lbs., Iirsiala.it travlM. Obm lioratt 10 vaar ld, and oat colt t yart old which welihft 1,4001b. Two Merino bucks and 25 grade Merino ewes, la lots to suit purvfcaMr. Having had tom iprUn ia tbo auctioneer busini loffpr myncrvlfM to thnan tn need, oti ruanon.'ible term. S;itHf.ictlon (ruarntitc'-d. Auvone wlnhliii; to Insure thHr jropi'rty n train 4 1 los by lire or lightning In the New Far huts' Mutual of St. flair and Sanilac Counties, winch U in a proiitermi t-omlltitm, will lilcase notify nte by postal, as 1 am iiKt'iit for said eom j) any. XX. J". WILCOX, East (IreenwocMir. ()., Mich. r Will sell for CASH Harness, Whips, Collars, Halters. Trunks, Valises, Fly Nets, Dusters, At prices cheaper than were ever offered in Brockway Centre. Come and see for yourselves. I have on hand and for salo the best Condit...

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 September 1889

WEE KLY U 1 v ttTkci Trinnvo J AS. A. MENZIES, Editor and Proprietor. A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. Vol. VIIL No. 18. YALE, St. Clair County, Mich., THURSDAY, Sept. 12, 1889. Price: $1.00 per Year. "Wo hive just launched out on our Third Month in business, and right here we wish to thank our many customers for their Xiiberal 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 fnlly 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 larjjo bill of - CONSISTING OF Mil MODS AND TRIMMING. All kinds of Wash Fabrics, such as Sateens, etc. Check Ginghams at 6c, 7c, 8c, fc 9c Dress-Ginghams at 7c, 8c, 9c, 10c, 11c and 14c per yard. c::cc:iii:c3::a;;::i White OK ALL KINDS. Enbrcidery Lace and Flouncing. Parasols, Gloves and Hosi...

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 September 1889

Tho Weekly Expositor. J. A. Msxzisx, Editor and Proprietor. BROCK WAY CENTKR, ; MICA. Mrs. Kendal, tho great English actress, who, with her husband, will soon como to this country, is forty years old, but, like Patti, ago does not seem to exist for her. Sho comes of a theatrical family, the Robertson family, which has been on tho stage for seven generations, and is the youngest of twenty-two children, all of whom became associat ed with the footlights. Mrs. Kondal, or little Madge Robertson as she then was, played a child's part on the boards when sho was only five years old, but her dramatic caroer as tho taller and more beautiful Madge Robertson really dates from her first appearanco in London, in 1865, when she played Ophelia" and "Dcsdemona." There after thoso who spoko of English act resses, must count with her. In 1869 sho married William Hunter Grimston, &n actor, who wore tho stage name of Kendal, and since then she has achieved the undisputed rank as tho best cf English...

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