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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 31 October 1889

.iFE OF A l-rl LIGHT BRAICEMAN. Dust primed features wouthcr boater, Hands that thow the scurs of toil; Do you envy him hi station, Patient tiller of tho sollt Iu tho t-torm or in tho sunshine IIo must mind the Breeding trala, Ilido ouUido at post of duty; Heeding not tho drenching ruin. But in the jdottsaut summer weather, Standing on the i ar top high. IIo run view thechuu;?inj laudscapo As he rushes swiftly by. As he views the changing pictures That tho lovely landscape tnakc. Suddenly ovrosa his dreaming t'omt's t.to iuiclc, shrill cry for bftlfls. But when whiter s icy finders Cover earth with suowy shroud. And the noith wind, l.ke a madman, liusue on with shneKinjja loud. Then Lehod the g Hunt brakcruau llaatti t . heod tho ensrlue's call. Running ou the icy ear-tops God protect him If ho fall. Do not rcoru toprect him kindly. He will give you smilo for smile; Though ho s nothing but a brukouian Do not deem him mean or vile. Speak to him in woiiis of kinduoss, Though his cloth...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 31 October 1889

Wilcox's Corner. FOR S ALE! Ono Kiirin of llfil acres, lunacies Improved. Oue Farm of is acres, nJIJ improved, aid SO acres of wild land. Ouo pair of young goldiagt, weight 2,70 lb., flmlxlass travelers. Uu hrs 10 years old, mi lt S yeart old whlih weighs l,4Mlbt. Two Merino bueksaiid 23 grade Merino ewes.lu lots tiultfrefcaier. Having had ioraaaxaerUaeo ii the auctioneer Dllliucu lonrr injanrTiroi a.ttinun ii iirru, on ....nihUlnii - li.fAl Ii.k numiilMil AiiTone wishing tit iature their property aicttiist loss hy fire or llghtniiiiir in the New Far mers' Mutual of St. Clairaud Similar Counties, which is in a prosperous enuditlon, will please notify me bv nostal. as I am aseut for said com- patiy. XI. J". WILCOX, F.ast (Ircenwownl I'. O.. Mich. Will sell for CASH Harness, Whips, Collars, Halters. Trunks, Valises Fly Nets, Dusters, At nrices cheaper than were ever offered in IJrockway Centre. Come and see lor yourselves. I have on hand and for sale the best Condition Powder in the w...

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

Expositor WEEKLY JAS.A.MEHZIES, Editor and Proprietor. A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. Vol. VIIL No. 26. YALE, St. Clair County, Mich., THURSDAY, Nov. 7, 1889. , Price: $1.00 per Year." i i i" . tt n t nnm Ml R H fl H fl IM fkm WW. i llr.. t vr C it C COOOCSS5 THE GOODS YOU WANT And are selling them as close as any store in Eastern Michigan. , DEPARTMENT. This department is full of new roods. Elegant line of Dress 0 Flannels, latest shades. Henncttas,Caslimeros, Silk and Plush in all colors. FINE DRESS GOODS 01 all kinds and colors. E3f Goods stock of Trimmings, Buttons, Notions, etc. Hats iiiii uapi Of all shapes, sizes, quality and prices. BOOTS SHOES. We have just received our Fall Stock, and can safely say that we have the Host Complete and Cheaps:! Stock 33-rrer CfforeiL Men's Good Whole Stock Kip . lioots $2 50 Men's Calf Boots, tap sole 2 50 Women's Good Laced Shoe... 75 Ladies' Fine Shoes. ..$1 and upwards Gents' Shoes $1 and up...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 7 November 1889

0:1X731: 13XUESTOHT, f Kl'llODUT rjlOTKSTANT tUUKCH. . I .s.'i vii-f-i iiliuiiiiiu-ly at 10:30 o'clock a. in., nit il 7 . in. lii-v. W. It. (illicit, Pastor. Sun day S.'hool at 3 p. m . D . Drake, Supl. METHODIST EPISCOPAL. CHURCH. Services alternately ut 10:'W u. in., and 7 n. in. Ucv. J. J, TioUuer, Pastor. ParwonngH on Mechanic, utreet. At home Thursday of each weolc. Suulmth School, bini'J.iy at s p. 111 Ju. II. Maorn, Sup't. rMIUUUH OF CHRIST AT A C. CHAPEL, KJ services at 11 a. in. Prayer meeting every Tnurtilay evening at":au. " HUriUlI OF OlIltlST at Menerev' corners J Worship Lord's Day morning at 10:30 and ire.v)'unx every alternate Sunday evening at 7:ooociocit. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, Graduate of th Department of Medicine and tmrgwy at Ana Arnor, Mich. Offlceon MalD-at flni deer north ef lleldea Block. Brockway Centre, Mich. G. S- IT 23 "2" r PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, ItltOCKWAY CENTRE. MICH. Office Hours, from 1 2 to 2:30 cacli day. OrUce on Mala Street. , D. "LI. lAXfr...

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

THE LADIES' FAVOR BTE. keveii out cr OTIUIZri. If you desiro to pun-haw a fct: t;,- 1 1; bine, nk our invent, at your vltuo fur term- ml .u If vnn iMiniKit lin.l tmr ImV.r.f. V.'l'HO direct, to nearest nddrostoyiul:iiiv nutted. NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE R0RMKE.W. chicaso - 28 UNION SQUARNX- fcALlAX ST LOUIS. MO. r.lr,M .;, ri- Ar'PnCC6CU Frazils Landro, elgon-fc. yam; micii. R PIIiIiRH OF SAliT Tis said thnt n woman was once turned into a pillar of salt for looking backward vet thousands of women to-day are looking backward. Where are the pillars of alt? - Well, we'll tell vou. There is the Carpet Sweeper. It lias lccn on the market twenf. years. Millions have lccn sold. We mak nearly n thousand every day. Yet there art thousands w ho do not use them. Kuine havi tbad old styles and abandoned them no onr ercr discarded a new style sweeper. Somf never tried them. They are looking back ward for the cannibals used brooms to Sweep clay huts with five hundred year ago t Vhat becomes of thos...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 7 November 1889

Wilcox's Corner. IforTaleT One Farm of I It; J acres, 110 acres Improved. On Farm of 45 acres, all iraprvd, i toaeras of wild land. Out lair of young geldings, weight 3,7C lbs., first-class travelers. Oue hors 10 years Id, ti eae eolt I years Id whicU weighs 1.4M las. Two Merln bueksand 23 grade Merino ewes, lu lots t suit rsaaser. Llavlag had someexpsrleao la the auctioneer business I efter my services to those la need, on reasonable terms. Satisfaction guaranteed. Anyone wishing to Insure their jiropcrty airninst loss by fire or lightning In tho New Far liters' Mutual of St. flair and S;milao Counties, which Is in a prosperous condition, will please netify me by postal, as 1 am agent for said com puny. II- J". WILOOS, V.ast (ireenwood 1. O.. Mich. Will sell for CASH Harness, Whips, Collars, Halters. Trunks, Valises Fly Nets, Dusters, At prices cheaper than were ever offered. in Brock way Centre. Come and see for yourselves. I have on hand and for sale the best Condition I'owdcr in...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 14 November 1889

Expos WEEKLY itoi JAS.A. MENZIES, Editor and Proprietor. A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. Vol. VIII. No. 27. YALE, St. Clair County, Mich., THURSDAY, Nov. 14, 1889. Price: $1.00 per Year.E fly till !i ill i oc b s z zz z - z In order to meet the demand, we have added largely to our DEPARTMENT, We havo the largest ami most complete stock ever presented to tlio people of this vicinity. It has our chief study to buy Mich goods as -would pleasa, and give the best values for the money. We have some special bargains in 25c. Dress Flannels, 3S inches wide, good styles. Our 50c. Dress Flannels are elegant styles. Do Not Go to the City To make your purchases, when you can get such goods for the same money at home. IN FINE UNDERWEAR we have many new lines at low prices. Dress Goods! Wo will close out our line of Flush at ut cents a vard. 223 Trimsiisga cf Every Esscriplias We have a good stock of Flannel Shirting and Factory Flannel, Cot ton and F...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 14 November 1889

THE STATE. TRIED TO KILL THE FAMILY. la Awful Tragedy Occurs near Lowell, Kent County. Haggal Westbrook, a farmer living three 'tulle north of Lowell, Keut county, aroso early ou the morning of the 4th Inst, and went into the room where his wife and small child slept and struck them three times on tho hei.d with a hammer. Then he went into tho room where his two daughters, nged 13 and 14, slept and .struck them e. ca three times. He then went into the room of his two sons and struck at the oldest, but ho took the ham mer away from his father and followed him as soon as he could down stairs, whore he found his father in tho yard, dead, with his throat cut. Tho youngest child died during tho foie nooo, and it is thought that the other two cannot recover. Tho mother's skull is fractured mid it will be a miracle if she survives. The boy bus but a bruise on his forehcud. No serious consequences will follow. What could havo caused this most horri ble butchery is u mystery. Speculation, wh...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 14 November 1889

WITH THE VIOLETS. OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES. Ilcr hands arc cold; her fnco i. white; No more ber pulses come and po; Her eyes are shut to life and liiriit; Fold the light vesrure. snow on snow, And lay her where tho violets blow. Hut not beneath a srraven stone, To plead for tears wilti alien eyes; A slender cross of wood alone Shall say that there a maiden lies In peace, bencuth tho peaceful skies. And pray old trees In huRhestllmb Shull wheel their circling shadows rounl To make tho scorching sunlight dim That drinks the groouness from the ground And drop their dead leaves on the mound. When o'er their boughs tho squirrels run. And through their leaves the robins call, And, riening in tho autumn sun. The acorns and the chestnuts fall, Doubt not that she will need them all. For her the morning choir shall sing Its matins Ironi the branches high, And every minstrel voice of spring That thrills bencuth tho April slty Shall greet her with its earliest cry. When, turning round their dial t...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 14 November 1889

'. L." L cxxtrxasix DiRESTor.v. M ir r fi i in -i r I'm ci.'s r Mi i 1 1 1 ' if n L S.-rv ices .iltern, iti'l.v at li;'io o'clock ;. i and 7 p. in. Key. H. K. t;i:l'tt, I'asti.r. hi diy b' ;li .il at -i p. m . U . Drake, Supt. METHODIST lU'lSUOl'AL flllHCIl. Services alternately at 10:.(H a. in., ami 7 p. ill. kev. J. J. Tiekuer, Pastor. Parsouugo on Mectmr.ii street. At home Thursday o( each week. S.;l;bath.3e!mol, tfunday ut 2 p. in. Jas. II. Moora, Sup't. C1IUK01I OF CIIUIST AT A C. CIIAPF.L. S-r vices at It a. m. Prayer meeting every Tuursday evening at7:30. CWJitOU Ol Ulllttsr At Mem-rev rorners. W.irsulp Lord's D.iv morning at 10:30 and preaching every alternate uudtiy evening at 1 :W o'clock. 3-UeZ2r3CKiB DIXXCTOXT. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, Graduate, of the Department of Medicine and 6urgery at Ann Ardor, Mich. O flic on Ualn-st first door north of Holden Block. Brock way Centre, Mich. G. S- IT 121", PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, nitOCKWAV CRVTIUJ. MICH. Office Hour, from 1 2 to 2...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 14 November 1889

MM! THE LADIES' FAVORITE. NEVEZt OUT OF OHDE11. If you do?ire to purchase, n ot Irvr mecblTie, ask our ntront at your pbtco lor term;! and prices. It you cannot And our aircia, wW.o (1 i rout t o nearest address to you 1 flow im .iif.1. NEW HOMESEWiHG MINE &0RAEMASS. Chicago - 28 UNION SQUARE.N.Y- CALLftS. ILL. an OM-ra n TEX. ST LOUIS. MO. '.r-.T'jrTMl SMFRMIflCCO CAL Prank Xjandro, ilgorvb. YAI K, MICH. TfiE AFRICAN. The cri;rin.'-.l African has managed to Attain Jittiuctiou in one wny and another. For one thing, lie invented the broom. The Zulus, a race of African, were usinjj brooms practl rally as vvod as modern brooms live liun drrd years nyo. Uut the Alrican has repented. r. v WW To-drr nr; fhipplnjr Cnrp?t Sweepers to Afrua .nrl to twenty other foreigrn coun :rics more or ks.i civiluj.l. Vet there nre peo pic in or.r mm country who do not use thcta And why? Perhaps they l-.nve never tried them. Ter laps they have tried old styles and nbandon :d them. Vet, why not try n n...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 14 November 1889

The Weekly Expositor. J. A. Mknziek, Editor and Proprietor. YALE, MICH Sir Edwin Arnold. Sir Edwin Arnold, who at the pres ent time is on a visit to the United States, Is one of the men whom only English journalism seems to produce. The American journalist plays his part in affairs, the French journalist in politics and letters, the English journalist in more than ono instance adds to those a high and exacting scholarship. Sir Edwin Arnold for many years has been tho first leader writer and the controlling mind of tho London Telegraph. It is estimated that about twenty thousand Indians will be entitled to vote at the next presidential election. Thochango will bo gradual, as only those who receive lands in severalty can become voters; but tho distribu tion of this vote will bo a matter of great interest to politicians of the two prominent political parties. Tho one question is: Will this vote bo cast solidly, or will it bo divided? Will Lo do his own political thinking and vote as ho...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 14 November 1889

M003INQ MAHONE. A Disgraceful Affair in Petersburg, Virginia. A see no of terroriam took pi roe in front of Gen. Muhone'a houso in Petersburg;, Va., oo the nitfht of election. About 1U:UU o'clock a mob of drunkon men c.ime down the street, tirinsr otf rook cU and Koimiti eaudloa, and nhoutinj in a br.iwlln, drunken manner. When they reached Gen. Mahone a residence they halted und fired their rockets Rgaluat his house, aoooinpanyintf tlioir action by derl nlvo remarks about ine general und hurrah ing for McKinney. 'Come out, come out! Dare him to show his fiico!' criod one of the ringleaders. The company In the general's house was start loi itt tlio noise which seemed to tbreateu an attack. Let me get out," said the general, against the protestations of his friends. "I will derend my home. They have no right to do this." For u time it seemed a if there would be bloodshed. Charles N. Koinuine, u dealer in fireworks in tho city, was ut the head of tho crowd, and shoutiug to Gen. Mahone...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 14 November 1889

Wilcox's Corner. TorsALET One Farm of lid acres, I to acres liiirvel. One Farm of 43 ucre.i, all improved, andSOaeres of n ilil land. Ouo ).nr of younji Keldlnjr, weight 2,700 lb., lim-cla. travelers. Due lior.se 10 years old, and one colt 3 years old w nidi weighs 1,400 IL. Two Merino Inirksand 15 grade Merino ewes, In lots to suit purchaser. Having bad some experience In the auctioneer business I offer my services to those In need, on reasonable terms. Satisfaction guaranteed. Anyone wishing to Insure their property air.viust loss by fire or Huhtulng in the'w Far liior' Mutual of St. flair and Sanilac Counties, which is In a prosperous condition, will please notify me by postal, as I am agent for said com pany, 33. J", ottx-gox. Fast (Jrecnwood 1'. O., Mich. Will sell for CASH Harness, Whips, Collars, Halters, Trunks, Valises Fly Nets, Dusters, At prices cheaper than were ever o .To red in U rook way Centre. Co.uo an 1 see for yourselves. I hive on hand and for sale the host Condi...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 21 November 1889

3XP0 w EEKLY ITOR JAS. A. MENZIES, E'ditor and Proprietor. A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. Vol. VIII. No. 28. TALE, St. Clair County, Mich., THURSDAY, Nov. 21, 1889. Price; $1.00 per Tear. c o e c O 000033C530003C'30CSSO In order to meet the demand, we lave added largely to our BY DEPARTMENT, We Lave the largest and most complete stock ever presented to the people of this vicinity. It has been our chief study to buy such goods t as would please, and give the best "values for the money. "We have some special bargains in 25c. Dress Flannels, 38 inches wide, good styles. Our 50c. Dress Flannels are elegant styles. Do Not Go to the City To make your purchases, when you can get such goods for the same money at home. IN FINE UNDERWEAR we have many new lines at low prices. Dress Goods! AVc will close out our line of riush at 50 cents a yard. Drsss Trmmings cf Every Description. We have a good stock of Flannel Shirting and Factory Flannel, Cot ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 21 November 1889

TI1K STATE. SCORZ ANJTHER FOR DETROIT, 1'atriek Coleman Deliberately Shot An I Killed. I'utrirk Coleman, 15 years old, was shot and killed on the street in Detroit the otbor evenlug. Henry Kason of i.U.i Howard sU, tho "i bum" of Coleman, met tho Utter that evening alter o cock and asked hi in to go homo with him to got sumo apples. Vhllo on the way to Uuson's ho.uo they roro Joined by Cornelius Muhoney, a boy 17 years of ago, ut the corner of Thirteenth and How. ,nt sts. Suddeuly there was u .hot and Colom.in put his hand to his nock, Kasoti caught him and prevented him from falling to the ground. Kusoti ami Muhoney carried Coleman between them to A. Schneider & Son s ino.it market, on tho next corner, where young Sehnoider tele phoned for u physician ami the Emergency ambulance. Uetore cither urrived tho boy had expired, having been unable 1o tell who bUot him. Kason and Muhoney wero placed under urrest. The latter said that he was standing at IU". corner of Thirteenth and How...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 21 November 1889

THE PATTER OF THE RAIN. COATEJJ KINNEY-. When tho humid ehadows hover Over ull tho starry spheres ,,.. And tho melancholy darkness (Jeutly woeps In ruining tears,; Whut a joy to jres tho pillow Of u eottne chamber bed, And to lintcu to the patter Of tho solt ruin overhead. Every patter on tho shingles Has an echo in the hoart, And a thousand recollections Into busy being start. And a thousand busy fancies Wave their bright hues into woof As we listen to tho patter Of the soft rain on tho roof. Now in memory comes my mother. As sho used in years loug gone, To regard the darling dreamers, Ere she lelt thorn till the dawn. Oh, I sio Ler loaning o'er me, And 1 list to tho refrain Which is played upon the shingles liy tho palter of tho rain. Then my littlo seruph sister, With her wings und waving hair, And my star-eyed cherub brother A serene, Hiigolic pair Glide around my wakeful pillow, With their praise or mild reproof, As I listen to tho murmur Of the soft ruin upon tho roof. Ard ano...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 21 November 1889

METHODIST I'KOTESTANT CHUUCII. He-i'vicei alternately at 10:10 o'clock a. in., and 7 p.m. iiev. W. ll. liilloit, l'.istor. Sun day S:liool at li i. in. L . Drake, Supt. METHODIST Li'lSCOl'AL CIIUUCH. Services alternatel vat 10:30 a. ia. anil 7 . m. Kev. J. J, Tlckner, Pastor, I'aritouage on Mechanic stret-t. At home Thursday o( each wruk. SabbathSchool, bunday at p. in. J as. II. Moore, bup't. CUURCU OK CIIUIST AT A C. CIIAPIIL. Services at It u. m. Prayer meeting every Thursday eveulng at7:30. CUURCU OP CHRIST at Menerev' corners. Worship Lord's Day morning at 10:30 and preaching every alternate Fnnday evening at 1M o'clock. Id 3DI3tCX03T. PHYSICIAN it SURGEON, Graduate of the Department of Medicine and Surgery at Ann Arbor, Mich. Office en Maia-st first door north of Holden lilock. Yale, St. Clair Co., Mich. a. S. HETT, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON YALE. - - MICH. Office Hour, from 1 2 to 2.30 each day Office on Main Street. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Ofllee at Kesldenee 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. — 21 November 1889

2 X l- 'V .'V-,' 1 ' r.v.1 -.SS jlWTr: THE LADIES' FAVORITE. NEVER OUT Or UK.iJl.il. If you desire to pure haw a lewini? nnuVne. ask our ent at your p!nc for Urmi and prices. If you cannot find our Ksrt-M. vnto dlreot to neurest address t o you 1 x-n . w lvi ecl. NEW HOMESEWWG IWCH1NE aORMiCtW. CHiCASO - 28 UNION 5QUARt,NX- v ILL. tT LOUIS, MO. STranlr Landrof ilgervb, YAIE, MICH. II SUBJECT OF IRTH A man once thought that we might trarel fester than by stage-coach. People laughed t him but he built the locomotive. Another man thought of woman. Tier work was dnidcrerv. Worse than that, .t was injurious. The work of sweeping was wearing; the breathing of the dust was un. healthy. The com broom wore nice carpeta, and did not sweep them either. - Tkt wia fliirtv rpnril ni'O. Men lauehed at him too. Women laughed also. What is the result? To-day our Car jet Sweepers arc used in every part of the world. We make nearly a thousand a day. Old aweepers have been discarded, and our apod em sw...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 21 November 1889

The Weekly Expositor. J. A. Mbxzieh, Editor and Proprietor. YALE, MICH v;: Carlos I, King of Portugal. The now King of Portugal, who succeeds his father, King Luis I, on tho throno, was bora on Septem ber 28th. 18G3, and is consequently 26 years old. Portugal, over which ho is culled to rulo, is a kingdom in southern Europe, occupying tho west ern part of the Iberian peninsula, Spain being its neighbor. It com prises naaroa of ild.OOO square miles with 4,500,000 inhabitants, and pos sesses colonics in Africa nnd Asia, containing 4,000,000 more inhabitants. Brazil usod to belong to Portugal, but declared itself independent of, the mother country in Li-'-', and a brother of lha then reigning king of Portugal was uiado emperor. Tho South African republic presents a queer anomaly in tho history of civil , governments. Hero aro sixty thousand Boers, about a quarter of whom aro adult males qualified to vote. They elect tho president and members of tho volksraad or parlia ment. Within a fe...

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