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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 26 September 1889

V MY LATEST LOVE. giutma's bono. 'T Is many years since I was younj, Yet still 1 feel the pulseful glow That filled my merry, youthful days, So loni uto, so lonu a?o. My brow is furrowed deep with care, My steps are hoary now and alow, My eye a.e dim. but still I live. And all youth's fervors newly know. The tender babes I nurnoi and loved Have grtwu to stalwart, noblo mou; They pet the little mother now, As I my darling uetted then. And Memory paints a further day I live my youth within a dream hen love ttrst wok-J at call of love, Two lives were blent in ono life-stream. lint memory Is not nil, for now I frelncain tho pulseful clow That filled tho ears I'd half forgo Since Ion? atfo.s noo lonir ago. 1 live again within a life, Tho dearest now, on earth, to mo; Tho little son o my dear son A part of him and all of me. In springing step and dancing eye, In sudden UuqrhU'r. sudden tears, In glimpaes of a child-pure soul. I quite forget my length of years. I only know my latest lovo W...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 26 September 1889

Wilcox's Corner. FOR SALEJ One Farm of Ittsl acre, 110 acres liuprvwod. On Farm of 4.1 acres, all improred, andoacres of wild land. Out) pair of young Rrldlugn, weight iUTSO.lbs., nrst-cUsn travelers. Oiin hors 10 yoarn old, and n ealt J yeara old whleli wolclis 1,400 lb. Two Merino bucks and 25 grade Merla e3,ln lots to suit purchaser. Having had some experlenee In tb auctosueer business toner my services lomose in neeuon reasonable terms. Satisfaction guaranteed. Anyone wishing to Insure their property airainst loss bv lire or lltihtnliiK In the New far- rutirs' Mutual of St. I'lairaud S.mllae founti", which is in a prosperous condition, will pleane iioniy mo uy postal, us I am agent tor saia cmii pany. II. J". WILCOS, East (ireenwood P. O., Midi. Will sell for CASH Harness, Whips, Collars, Halters. Trunks, Valises Fly Nets, Dusters, At prieos cheaper than were ever offered in Hroekway Uentrc. Come an ! see for yonrselves. I have on hand and for sale the best Condition Powder in t...

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

WE EKLY -n jTu ITOR. JAS. A. MENZIES, Editor and Proprietor. A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING Vol. VIII. No. 21. YALE, St. Clair County, Mich., THURSDAY, October 3, 1889. Price: $1.00 per Year. HDLDENw- waring c C3 esse g'essssosossssssssss-- ear in i THE GOODS YOU WANT Anil are selling tbem as close as any store in Eastern Michigan. DEPARTMENT. This depattraent is full of mew "oods. Elegant line of Dress Flauncla, latest shades. HenriettaB.Cashmeres, Silk and Plush in all colors. CHEAP DRESS GOODS Ot all kinds and colors. C3f Goods stock of Trimmings, Buttons, Notions, etc. Of all shapes, sizes, mality and prices. BOOTS Is SHOBS. Wo have 'just received our Fall Stock, and can safely say that we have the Host Ccaplsts and Cheapest .Stock Men's Good Whole Stock Kip Boots - 50 Men's Calf Boots, tap sole 2 50 Women's Good Laced Shoe... 75 Ladies' Fine Shoos... M and upwards Gents' Shoes l and upwards Lan.cc stock of Misses' and Child ren's S...

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

The Weekly Expositor. J. A. Menziek, Editor and Proprietor. YALE, MICH Florence Marryat, Florenoo Marryat, tho celebrated writer, is the daughter of tho lato Captain Marryat of tho British navy, whose delightful sea stories havobeen enjoyed by all American school boys. Sho was educated at her parents' homo, and her caso goes far to prove that hereditary genius is no myth, for at the early ago of 11 sho wrolo child ish stories, tho manuscript of which hor fond mother most carefully pre served, but which, of course.sho did not allow to seo printer's ink. She was only in her teens when sho commenced to contribute to periodicals, and tho bent of hor mind was turned wholly in the direction which has since led to a brilliant caroer in tho field of fiction. A socioty has been formod in tho City of Brotherly Love for tho protec tion of hen-pocked husbands. At first thought this may seem liko a joke, but a sober second-thought will 6how that thero is undoubtedly enough mar ital misery even i...

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

WONDERS OF THE WEST. 'Talmasa Talki of His Trans-Contiacntal ' Journey. 'The Cnndcnri of s brand Country (TirUt Shall Ilare bttuilnlon Otcr It ill. The scrmou o" Hcv. T. Do Witt Taltcapro on last Kuuday on the subject: 'from Ocean to Occuu; or My Transcontinental -Journey," was listened to with wrapt ten tiou by an audience that lilled Brooklyn Tttbermiclo to the . very doors. Text: Psulins lxxii, 8: "He ahull have dominion from sea to boo." Tbo preacher said : liat two seas nro referred tof Some might say that tbo toxt meant that Christ was to rck'n over all the land beiwct n ttio Arabian sea and Caspian bos, or between the Kcd sea and the Mediterranean sea, or between tho BlacU .ca und the North sea. No; in such case iny text would have named them. It meant from tiny larga body or water on tho earth clear acrotu to any other large body of water. And so 1 have a right to read it: He shall have domin.on from the Atlantic son to tho Pacific sea My theme is, America for (.iod! 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. — 3 October 1889

METHODIST l'KOT EST A NT CItUKCII. Service allcrii.ttt'ly nt 10:80 o'clock u. in., and 7 j. m. Iter. W. Jl. (iiUott, Pustor. Sun day School at 2 p. in . I). Drake, Huwt. METHODIST EFISCOrAL CHURCH. Services altrrnateiy Ht 10:M a. m., and 7 p. in. Kev. J. J, Tickner, l'astor. l'uiaonanu on Mechanic street. At home Thurntlay ot each vret'k. Sabbath School, bun day at 2 p. in. J at. Ji. Moore, Sup't. CUURCH OF CHRIST AT A C. CHAPEL. Services at 11 a. in. Prayer meeting evcrr Thursday eveulng at 7:30. CHURCH OF CHRIST at Menerev' corner. Worship Lord's Day inoroinjr. at 10:30 and ? reaching every alternate Sunday evening at : 00 o'clock. SVSZITESS 33XX:ECXOSVS". 3DH. CX-ITITE, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, Oraduate of the Department of Medicine and Surgery at Ann Arbor, Mich. Office on Main-et Brit door north or lioiaen utora. Brockway Centre, Mich. G. S- 1TET, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, BROCKWAY CENTRE. MICH. Office Honrs, from 1 2 to 2:30 each day. Office on Main Street. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEO...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 3 October 1889

FINEST fisLU-ifleT JODWORK.XGl AffACilMEStSI cUTcA.?'L 28 UNION SQUAKE.NY. MtR! T.t0u,a mu. M,M,j,MVj DALLAS.TEX. Prank Zjazidror iigont, YAI'l', MICH LOOSE'S EKTRACT SS3XESC3I flUOYER L0SS0I THE GREAT Blood Mfler. CQ TRIOS MIES XT OTTOSiB Cancers, Homora, Sorea, Ulcara, Swellings. Tumori, Abaceaaea, Blood Poiaoning, Salt Kbeum, Catarrh, Eryainelaa, Rhcumatiam, auid all Blood and 6kin Diacaaca. Prick, $1 per Pint Dottle, or 6 Botilos for $5. 2 lb. can Solid Extract $2.50- J. M. LOOSE UU) CLOVER CO- Detroib Mich. TOCK1NGS ne(olors"That LUTHER OM U I Wash out ONLY BE MADE By Sold by druggists. AI.HO) PETHIFRS BROWEE PllMTS-fl Calart, TRKULKSK LAl HOItV BLUM). l'I'KKLKSS 1K roWI)KK!.-6Kli!fl7Cnlorii. PKF.RI.ISS SIIOK ASU II UiMiSS DKESM.NU. LKKLrSS YXil IMKS 8 ( olom. Send for OO-Fao ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE. MENTION THIS PAPER. A VOIGE: from Ohin. I!ff U portrait t Mr. im ci r ' , j " wvr ,, i f ralrm. Ohio. r-J fN, !"' whirl: "Wa at work un lann for r vvan' monlli : I now hv n rirr lJ'r...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 3 October 1889

NEWS SUMMARY. ROASTED ALIVE. An Accident Caused by a Careless Engineer. Shock in; Condition of Victims. CniCAoo, Sept.. 25. An accident occur red in the outskirts of Chicago this even ing by which tivo iersous were literally roasted to death. Tho o:l suburban train on tho Kock Is land road daily leaves the corner of Vin cennes avenue and Eighty soventu street, tho Washington Bights couch, which a niomeut later is caught up by the dummy engine and hauled over the main line to Washington lights. This evening: this car was left at this point as usual, when a mo ment later the passengers were horrilied to seo in tho rear of them and bearing down on them at the rate of twelve miles an hour, a heavy freight train on tho same road. Thero was not tlmo forflight The engi neer h.id reversed his engine, but the effect was hardly perceptible, and, with almost undiminished speed, the huge engine, pro polled by tho heavy train, plowed into the passenger coach until the locomotive was entirely hid...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 3 October 1889

1MB blear. I AUu THE VINE. The steeple stood so graud and high, ll challenged the gaze of lha passers by. "Who so lofty, I sayl Look ye over the way J" A pxntlo voice ut its foot made pi at a i, "(jive mo support, or I fall, 1 faint; I'm only a clinging vine. Let inejibout thee t wine.' The steeple barely deigned submit To the gentie tendrils lusping it, And wltti superior air Sustained thu viuelet fair. Over the stone, so stained and gray, The beautiful verdure found its way From base to lofiy spiro, Ever reaching higher. Tho marvollou growth in its graceful lines W reathes und drap-s und wave and twines, Clasping with loving arms, Giviu,; its mauy ctiurms. Till even tho haughty granite smiles liencath tho tender, vrit -hinx wiles, Surfing itself ndoruod liy tho humble viuelet scornod, "This is my prida of all, I own; It is sweeter not. to be alone; Grace ran add to rgodness, And lovo alono can buvs." J. A. K., iu Boston Transcript AN AXCEL. Of course I was an old maid, any oody in...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 3 October 1889

V Wilcox's Corner FOR SALE! One Farm of ltc. acres, 1 10 acres Improved. One Kit rni of 4j acres, ult Improved, and 80 acre of wllil land. One pair o( young Kcldliijis, weight 2,700 lbs., ttrsl-clas travelers. One horse 10 year old, and out colt 3 year old which weighs 1,400 lb. Two Merino bucks and 25 snide Merino ewes, la lots to suit purchaser. Having had some experience In the auctioneer business I oiler my service to those in need, on reasonable terms. Satisfaction guaranteed. Anyone wlshinir to Insure their property axanist loss by tire or lightning in the New Kar mtirs' Mutual of St. Clair and Sanilac Counties, which is In it prosperous condition, will iilease notify me bv postal, as I am agent for mud com pany. n. jr. wiloos, Kast (Jreenwoml I. O., Mich. Will sell for CASH Harness, Whips, Collars, Halters. Trunks, Valises Fly Nets, Dusters, At prices cheaper than were ever offered m Urockway Centre. Corue and see for yourselves. I have on hand and for sale the best Condition...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 10 October 1889

Expo i'tor. EKLY JAS. A. MENZIES, Editor and Proprietor. A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING, Vol. VIIL No. 22. TALE, St. Clair County, Mich., THURSDAY, October 10, 1889. Price: $1.00 per Tear. WE HOLDEN WARING C C C C C OSC;SOCS3SSCC303 ear in Mind. WE SAVE THE GOODS YOU WANT And aro selling tbcm as close as any store in Eastern Michigan. DRV GOODS, DEPARTMENT, This depaitment is full of new goods. Elegant line of Dress Flannels, latest shades. Henriettas,Cashmeres, Silk and Plush in all colors. CHEAP DRESS GOODS Ot all kinds and colors. 3gf" Goods stock of Trimmings, Buttons, Notions, etc. Of all shapes, sizes, quality and prices. BOOTS SHOE We have just received our Fall Stock, and can safely say that we have the Most Complete and Cheapest Stock Ever Cfri- Men's Good Whole Stock Kip Roots $2 50 Men's Calf Boots, tap sole 2 50 Women's Good Laced Shoe... 75 Todies' Fine Shoes. ..$1 and upwards Gents' Shoes $1 and upwards Tariff Rtock of Mis...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 10 October 1889

NEWS SUMMARY., TKAItfS TELESCOPED. Wreck on the N. Y. Centra?. Four Persons Killed. Names of Killed anil Wounded. CANAJoiuitir, N. Y., Sept. 28. A terri ble accident occurred on the- New York Central railroud, two miles cast of Palatine Bridge. Tho first sec tion of the St. Louis ex press, which loft New York at six o'clock, bad broken dowu. va accident having hap pened to tho steam chest, when tho second cction, which wus composed of cijfht vesti bule sleeping couches drawn by tho W ton engino No. w:!,tii charge of Willlum Ilorth, and running at the rate of HO miles an hour, d ished into it. The first section was mrulo up' of the engino, a Luggage, mail and express cur, threo passenger coaches, which were pack ed with people, one Wagner sleeper, tho special cur of President M. E. lngalls, of the "Hig Four ' railroad, iind the private car of President Henry H. Ledyard of the Michigan Central. Tho rear private coach, the Kunkakeo, telescoped tho Wagner car of the first section to hal...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 10 October 1889

SCUL WHISPERINGS. Soino day a honrt with love o'ci flowing Will irreet me Soiqo day a soul sweet peace bestowing V ill meet mo. borne day a voice now la my heart Will cheer me. Some day my ideal counterpart W 111 bo nour me. I hear a swoet voieo whispering to ma ' In m,y dreaming. A pair of brilliant, love-lit eyes pursue me, Uriffhlly beaming. A presence which 1 do not see, but feel, lmpeli me to her, And wbeu I meet my plorious ideal I'll surely know her. When will she greet my ionpinpr eyes My twin soul, my Ideal I When will f hu from life h sea url, l'oenesa and real? Oh, love-crowned fute, brius speedily M.V soul s desire My hunjzry heart yearns jjreodily i or love's pare tiro. Francis S. Smith, Now York Weekly. CI1I0U1RI0UITA. My name is Chiquiriquita. My homo is in Arizona, no.ir the borders of Mexico. My father in an officer in tho United Slates army. When I was a tiny girl without a name, Senora Martiner, aa aged Span ish woman, camo to see mo. i opened my big black eyes an...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 10 October 1889

'ETUOUIdT l'KOTESTANT CHUKCU. Services iiltern.iti-ly at 10:.'J0 o'clock u. in., and 7 n. m. Iter. W. 11. liillutt, l';tstor. Sun day 8M100I ut a p. in. 1). Drake. Supt. METHODIST i:riSU01'AL CHUUCII. Service ulUMnateiy at 10:30 a. 1:1., mid 7 p. m. Ut. J. J. Tiokner, I'astor. PamonaRH oa Mechanic Hlreet. At home Thursday o( each week. Sabbath School, Sunday at it p. 111. Jaa. II. Moore, Sup't. CnUKCH OK CHRIST AT A C. CHAPEL. Servlee.i at 11 a. m. I'ruyer iueetiiiK every Thursilay evening at7:30. CHU-KCII Ofc" CHRIST at Menerev corners. Worship Lord's Day morning at 10:80 and ? reaching every alternate Hunday evening at : 00 o'clock. BXTSIXTEC3 DIRBCTOltT. DR. Cl-TITB, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, Graduate of the Department of Medicine and Surrery at Ann Arbor, Mich. O nice en Main-st Hrt door north of Ilolden Block. Brockway Centre, Mich. a. S. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, BROCK. WAY CENTRE, MICH. Office Hours, from 18 to 2:30 each day. Office on Main Street. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 10 October 1889

rtl "i? -UJL,"'SiillAJJTa?J l&'lwrvjaU'U'aMai.a '1J! J'Pl.'JfJ.ll!!L'il.TgLL"lwr tg W 0 0 D W 0 RK.Gj ATI AglM Cyrg g) U-QUI3.M0. l.M.l '.fJIT OALLAB.TEX. UTrarilE ZLiaxidro, Agerrb,, YALE, MICH LOOSE'S EXTRACT HLOYER BLOSSOM n aa THE GREAT BloodPniifler. T&iOl KIRS X3? (JUilSQ Ctaccrt, Ramor. Sre, Ulotra, Swellings, Tsmtn, AbaceMcs. Blood Poisoning, Salt Bn, Cntnrrb. Kryaipalas, Rhcumatiim, and nil Blood and Bkla Diacaatt. 1rice, $1 per Pint Bottle, or Bottles tor $5. 2 to. Cu Solid Extract $ .50- J. M. LOOBtt RJO) CLOVER CO, Detroit, Mich. TOCK1NGS INEfOLORSlHAT Wash out ONLY DC MADE BY USING Sold by druggists. rmiLtSS BBOWrE riUT- Catan, fEKlUEKg Li IK DRY ItMIXO. PKKRLKKM IKK FOYTDEKK 6 Kladi 7 Calora. PKEKLEKN KHOK AND HARVKSS DKLSSINU. fEKULESS KU DItS 8 Color. - j -- I CO i s8 n fc- is C3 I & Send for 80-Pago ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE. , MENTION THIS PAPER. The Weekly Expositor. TllUItSDAY.OCTOBKlt 10. 188U. COUNTY COLUMN. Kirk .Tohnson.of Goodells. has return ed to F...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 10 October 1889

The Weekly Expositor. J. A. Mknziick, Editor and Proprietor. YALE, MICH Gen. Edward Burd Grubb. General Edward Burd Grubb of Beverly, N. J., who has received the republican nomination for governor of New Jorsoy, was born November 13, 1841, in Burlington, N. J., and re ceived his preliminary education in the graminer school of his native place, graduating from colloge with honors in 1861. He participated in the civil war, entering the army in 1861 as second lieutenant in the Third N. J. infantry. On March 5th, 1864, Col. Grubb was made lire vet Brig adier Goncral of volunteers for meri torious 6ervice before Petersburg. After being mustered out of active service.Gen. Grubb settled in Burling ton, where ho entorod upon a business career, and upon tho death of his father took charge of his largo iron interests. Ho has novcr held any office, but is known all over New Jersey. A series of crimes of a most revolt ing charactor, which for a long time puzzled tho French police, were finally ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 10 October 1889

Columbus discovered America and Edi son invented the phonograph, but it re mained for Dr. Hull to invent the remedy of tho age, "Tho Coujfh Syrup," the kingly cure. A chick hatched at York, Pa., first saw the liht of day through three eyes. It hud two mouths, but did not know how to uo cither, and died. Feebly she laushoth in the languid moou, while I'orphyro upon her face doth look" and wonders what has swelled It so. Wbeu bo finds it is neur.tliria however, he does not lose his hend, but having twenty live ceuts in his inside pocket invests in a bottlo of Salvation Oil. "Won Dig" Honey. St. Louis (Mo.) Star-baying, Auj. 20. At the recent drawing of The Louisiana Btato Lottery, IJO.OOO of the first prize was won by three St. Louisans, and $ ,003 Of the third capital prize of 150,000, also came to two lucky St. Louisans. August Kaltmci er, who is the proprietor of u saloon at the southwest corner of Sixth and Franklin avenue, held a ono twentletU part of the 0,000 prize. A Star-Sayi...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 10 October 1889

Wilcox's Corner. FOR S ALE! Ouo Farm of 1 Id) ncros, 1 10 ucrett improved. Due Kami of 43 acres, till Implored, aud BOaerei Of Wll.lliilld. One ii;iir of youuj Keldlngn, weight 2,700 lbs., ttrst-claas trrelers. Oue horse 10 years old, and one clt t retrs old which weighs 1,400 lbs. Two Merino bucksand 'iS trade Merino ewes, La lots to suit purchaser. Having had some experience la the auctioneer business loiter myserrlees to those in need, on reatouable terms. Satisfaction guaranteed. Anyone wishing to lnxure their property iiiniiist loss by fire or lightning In the New Kar mer.i' Mutual of: St. Clair and Sanilac Counties, vrlueli is In a prosperous condition, will please uotify me by postal, as 1 am ncnt for said com- pany. ii- jr. wix-cosr. East Greenwood 1. O., Mich. Will sell for CASH Harness, Whips, Collars, Halters. Trunks, Valises Fly Nets, Dusters, At prices cheaper than Avere ever offered in ii rock way Centre. Como and see for yonrselves. I have on hand and for sale the Les...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 17 October 1889

Weekly ITOR JAS. A. MENZIES, Editor and Proprietor. A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. Vol. VIIL No. 23. TALE, St. Clair County, Mich., THURSDAY, October 17, 1889. Price: $1.00 per Tear. HOLDENIfr ilXTD Bear in Mind. WE SAVE THE GOODS YOU WANT Ami are selling them as close as any store in Eastern Michigan. DRY GOOD DEPARTMENT. This depattment is full of new oods. Elegant line of Dress Flaunels, latest shades. Ilenriottas.Cashraeres, Silk and Plush in all colors. FINE DRESS GOODS Ot all kinds and colors. Goods stock of Trimmings, Buttons, Notions, etc. late end Caps Of all shapes, sizes, quality and i;ices. BOOTS Sill Wc have just received our Fall Stock, and can eafely say that wc have the Host Complete anil Cheapest Stock ' Ever Offr3- Men's Good Whole Stock Kin Boots 2 50 Men's Calf Boots, tap sole 2 50 Women's Good Laced Shoe... 15 Ladies' Fine Shoes.. .11 and upwards Gents' Shoes $1 and upwards Large stock of Misses' and Child ren's Sh...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 17 October 1889

The Weekly Expositor. J. A. Mkszieu, Editor nud Proprietor. YALE, MICH CiiAuxftcr M. Depew's annual ln come Is said to reach tho sum of $l2o, 00?. The largest private library In Wash ington is that of Goorgo Bancroft tho historian. It contains 12,000 voiumos. Mme. Dejerine Klumtke, an Amer ican wife of a Frenchman, has won tho degree of "doctoresse" from the Paris Faculty of Medicine with high honors. Fkaxk Jones, tho big: alo-brower of Portsmouth, N. II., and tho richest man in tho state, is largely Interested In the suit to annul tho Hell telephone patent He represented his dlitrict In congress from 1877 to 1879, and was mentioned as Cleveland's possible sec retary of tho navy. The late Mr. Thaw of Pittsburgh, Ta., had $1,000,000 Invested In tho In xnan 6teamshlp line, $3,600,000 in a 10,000-acro farm, any $1,000,000 in Pennsylvania railroad stock. Ho also had a largo amount of money invested In other securities. It is said of him that ho spont $200,000 a year in charity. Wakken H...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
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