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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 3 May 1883

W EEKLY SITOR A LIVE PAPEK MAKES A LIVE TOWN. VoL 1 No. 51. BROCKWAY OSNTEE, MICH., MAY 3, 1883 Prioo, 81.00 a Year. jLl4.AJr J TiiB Weekly Expositor. A Bed Hot, Aggressive and Pro gressive Journal for Lire, Enterprising Headers. . , . o FUBLISIIED Otf TIIUUSDAYS. o . O Ybab 50c von Six Mowthb 290 roo TiiBisn JUQNTns, Jas. A. Mbnzixs, Editor & Manager, CHURCH DIKECTORY ZXetnodlst Protestant Churca. ftjnleea alternately at 10:30 o'clock a, m.. and rrvin School at 8 p. ra. C. D. VANDERLTP. UUui au vwvwm MAtTindit Enlsconel Churca. Gsrlcai alternately at 10:90 a. m. and f p. m. KSTicoi j HOLMES. Potior. Confer Sohool at X p. w. O. COOPElt, Suporiutoaaent. Grarch or Christ at the A C, Chapel, fjecrtoes ttlUm. Sabbath School at I p. in. CMyor woeUnjf uvory Thursday evening T;aO. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. C? L. TULLENTINE i CO.. Wblale D. and Entail dealers in Dry G.vd, Boots nW. Mads Clothln?. Ilata. Oapa, 00. Teas a HpeHa'ty. No 7 llurca Avenue, nd So 8 Qaay Street, Pert Ilurou. Mioh. 0 C...

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 May 1883

The Weekly Expositor J. A. Memziks, Editor and Manager. BROCKWAY CENTRE, MICH GENERAL SOTES. m Three important school measures are now before tie Illinois Legislature, and will probably become laws. They aro a compulsory education bill, a free text book or school library bill, and two bills which aim to raise the standard of county superintendents and establish a uniform system of text-books through out the State. What is known as the Wisconsin method of grading schools is attracting much attention in the West, and is be ing generally adopted. The prominent features of this plan are as follows: A course of study embracing the elemen tary branches, the classilication of the pupils of each school into three grades, primary, intermediate and gram mar; defining the regular steps to bo taken in each grade; the adoption of rules to govern the promotion and graduation of the pupils, and the use of a 6imple and yet complete method of school records. Tub opinion entertained by many that Engl...

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 May 1883

SWEET IIO.TIE. I'avnc'a "Home. Sweet Home," as it now lands tu changed by tbe author two or three times alter It was nrst wrnteu. as ongiaauy M ritten the song was as follows : 'Mid pleasures ami palaces thouKh we may roam, Bo It ever so humble, there's no place like home A charm from tho ekles seems to hallow us thero (Like the love of a mother Surnassluir all other). Which, seek through the world, is ne'er met wltu cisewDcre. Thire's a spell in tho 6hado Where our Infancy played. ETen stronger than time, and more deep than despair. An exile from home, splendor dazzles in vain; Oh I give mo my lowly thatched cottage again. The birds and the lambkins that came at my call. Those who uaraed mo with pride, Those who played by my siae The Joys of the palaces through which I roam Only swell my heart's anguish there's no place like home. AS PUBLISHED BT MK. PAYNE IN NEW YORK IX , . 1S31. 'Mid pleasures and palaces though wc may roam, Be it ever so humble, there's no place like home. A cha...

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 May 1883

"correspondence. a VALIiCY CUXTIIH. Farmers are improving the lino Weather. Ohas Ferguson has sold his farm. Hon E. C. Carlcton, of Ft Huron, tras in town Tuesday. Mrs Makclim lias just received a Bow Btock of millinery goods. Our merchants report business lively. The boys who are going out to Dakota with MrMellenon a survey lag expedition expect to start In a f aw days. Owr shoemaker, Mr Syt, is kspt very busy. Ho turnod ont six pair Of boots last week for the boys who ftro going to Dakota. For making S neat and substantial Doot ho can't bo beat in the ttato. Huildinji material of all kinds is in good demand. Sckibe. PFCSi IfOTIiS. Call on S. 0. Taylor wlien in need Of Hour. Tho new masonio hall will bo ready for tho 4th of July. D. M. Langan it on atrip through the western nt;itcs prospecting. The young ladies of this place are getting up a quilt for Elder Bell. Tho first of May camo in very beautiful. It was a great day for moving. Only six families changed residence. L. H. Hall ...

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 May 1883

WeeSkly V I OSITOR. A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. ' : Vol,T No. 52. BEOOKWAY CENTRE, MICH., MAY 10, 1883 Price, 81.00 a Year. IZib Weekly Expositor. A Rod Hot, Aggressive and Pro gressive Journal for Live, Enterprising Headers. o PUBLISHED ON TUUliSDAYSL o O A TtAB-COo roa Six Mosrrns 38o iron Tiieeis Moamis, Jas. A. Meszjes, Editor it Manager. CIIUHCII DIllECTORY aiethoditt Protestant Churcb. fiecrlcca alternately at 10 :30 o'cl.xrk a. m.. and lElU c- u- tLAUK. l'antor. eaanoy 8ch.xd at 8 p. m. C. D. VANDERLIP. " 1 Superintendent. Motuodlst Episcopal Cburcb. Bervlcea alternately ot 10: a. m. and T p. m. gcok&&T Sclio(J at $ p. in. C. COOPtK. Superintendent. CZmrcU of Christ at the A. C. Cnapel. Corrloes tvf H a. t". Sabbat h School at 8 p. m. aex laeetintt every Tliuiuday ovenins i BUSINESS DIUECTOKY. O L. BaLLUNTINE & CO.. Wholesale O. tyvJ Itstoil d-e ia Dry G-wds, Boots Ecb&w, K-wly Ma Cloth Ine, lists. Caps, CO. Ta SpcidaKy. N 7 Huron Avenue, asd No 8 Quay Ktr...

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 May 1883

The Weekly Expositor J. A- Menziis, Editor and Manager. BROCKWAY CENTRE, MICII GENERAL NOTES. As evidence of the desire of the peo ple of Japan, to advance, three Japan ese statesmen hare been sent to Europe to study the details of a parliamentary system. It Is known that informer Carey has been an accomplice in three murders not connected with the doing of the "In vincibles." In fact, everything goes to show that this man is one of the worst villains in Ireland. It will bo alur en justice if this man is allowed to go unpunished, simply because he has made himself instrumental in convict ing others, not half so darkly steeped in crime. There is a man employed In the Philadelphia Gas Works whose fidelity for almost half a century deserves rec ognition, lie is a hale old man of eighty years, and his name is Timothy Keating. Forty-seven years ago this month ho was brought from England to teach the manufacture of gas in Phila delphia, and he has never once been absent from his post in w...

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 May 1883

THIS WOULD AND I. Whether my heart bo glad or no, Tho summers come, the lummcri go, The lanca grow Urk with djluj leaves; Icicles haug beneath the caves; The asters wither to the mow. Tims doth the summer end and go, Whethcrm? ll'o be glad or ne. Whether my life, be sad or uo, Tho winters eomc, the winters go, The sunshine builds with baby leaves ; Swallows play about the eaves; Tho lovely wind llowcra bend and blow ; Thusdoththu winter end aud go, Whether my life be sad or no, Yet Mother Nature elves to mo A fond aud patient srimiatuy ; In my own heart I tlnd the. charm To .make her tender, near, "and warm; Through summer sunshine, winter snow, She clasps me, sad or glad or no. JACK'S MISSION. BY KATE KIKK. "There niu't no uso crying, Ted, wo must try again, that's all." "But I'm so tired," whimpered Ted, digging his knuckles into his eyes. "So 'm I tired," responded Jack in a voice full of tears which ho bravely repressed. Let's go over thero and try our luck again. I'll play for ...

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 May 1883

correspoln::!:. YAi.i.r.v r.'.srui:. ' O.TV. Dafoc, F. J. Sullivan, John Dafoe, Thomas anil John McDonnell ttarted for Dakota Tuesday. We Xyifih them success in the land of blizzards. John IJongnerls building a dwell ing house on Commercial street. J. J. Canton is getting bis new house veil under way. J. II. Ilydorn raisod a barn Mon day 40 x 00. The recent rains retard eoeding lOmcwhat. Scriiie. .Uludcu IVIuriuurlujs. It remains vet and cold. I guess our Minden water works was a "Hash in tho pan." The tenders are out for building the new school house of our Tillage. Il is to be 30 x 0 ft in 6izc, and two Story, costing $2,000. Ther is to bo sidowalks built on both sides ofl main street, running north. J. Kating is preparing to build himself a now house, opposito tho M. E. church. Richard Drown is making addi tions to his house, now occupied by Rev J. Dcttis, also tho ono occupied by himself. Large congregations in tho M. E. church last fcabbath morning and evening. The hall over An...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 17 May 1883

H 'M-ri mil 11 mi 11 A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. VoL II No. 1. BROCKWAY CENTRE, MIOE, MAY 17, 1883 Price, 81.00 a Year. Tii? Weekly Expositor. A Red Hot, Aggressive and Pro gre.xsivo Journal for Live, EnterprLing Headers. rUU.ilIIJlToN' TIHJKSDAYS. tl a Yeai: OOg for Sit .Months CCc ron TiiKiiK Months. J a. A. 3IxN'zins, Editor & Manager. CHUUCII DIKEOTOHY ilethoiUsi Protestant Church. Cervleea alternately nt 10:30 oVlK-k n. m.. and f jLia, lv U. U. CLAlik, Pastor. ennduy School at a p. m. C. J VANDERLIP. w r superintendent. Methodist UpNcopal Church. Sunday School at 3 p. in. C. CUOri.lt, jSupumitciiaent. Church of Christ nt the A. C. Chape!. purview tvt 11 a. in. SnWi.it h School at S p.m. iYuyor BicctluR every Thurbd.iy evtufii,: . M. UUSINK-S DIltKCTOItY. O L. FALLEN TINE CO.. Wholesale O. aud UjihW (KsIth in Dry G'mI, Hoots Eft bees, ll'!rtly Ma "e C! thine, llau. Cib, 5e. "IVa ty. No 7 Hurun Avenue, 8a d 2io 8 Qiay Stie.i, IVr' Huron, Mieb. 9 COMFJERCIAL HOUSE (EVrratr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 17 May 1883

The Weekly Expositor J. A. Mmziis, Editor and Manager. BROCKWAY CENTRE, MICH UE5EKAL NOTES. RuiiiiLEBEN is tho suggcstivo namo of ft villago near Berlin, which contains a troo of molancholy reputation. A fow days ago tlio body of tho seven teenth suicide was cut down from its branches. Inasmuch as it had never occurred to tho authorities to cut tho troo down, it will doubtless continue to boar fruit of tho amo kind. The railway tunnel under tho Mersey from Liverpool to Birkonhcad is ad vancing rapidly and it is expected that trains will bo running through it within two years. Tho total length of tho tun nel is threo milos, and tho longth of sub aqueous part of it three-quarters of a mile. Sinco a boring machine dfiven by compressed air was brought into ser vice, tho rate of progress has boon ten vards in twenty-four hours. The expenses of tho government in tho Star ltouto casos up to tho present timo aro ostimatod at $350,000. Tho special prosocutors get 8400 a day and $30 a day for...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 17 May 1883

T1I1 Tit A NS IT OP VF.NI'S.J BY CL1VE11 WENDELL HOLMES. Dimly tlio tranelt morulug broke; The sun seemed doubting what to do, As ouo who questions ho to dretta, And halts U-twccn the old and now, l'leaac Heaven he wear his suit of blue, Or don, at least, his rarged cloak, With rents that show the azuro through ! I po the patient crowd to join That rouud the tube my eye discern The last new comer of the tile, And wait and wait, a weary while, Amd gape, and stretch, and shrug, and smile (For each his place must fairly earn, Hindmost and foremost, In his turn), Till hitching onward, paco by pace, I gain at last the envied place. And pay the white exiguous coin; The sun and I are face to face; He glares at me, 1 stare at him ; And lot my straining eye has fonnd A llltlo spot that, black and round, Lies near the crimsoned lire-orb's rim. () blessed, beauteous cveulng star, 'c named for her whom earth adores The Lady of the dove-drawn car I know tliec in thy white slmar; But veiled in bl...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 17 May 1883

'l coRREsrorrpEN'.;K. VAiiMiv cr.vi.tr.. Thomai Uoadlo has completed J. II. iryilorn' bnvn. It is 40 x CO ft ami Mr 'UeaIo vn just iuo days from hc tici" ho lcv;:m work till it was foiiiplcti'.. That is what we call fast work. Mr niakelim, in mlrtitioo to his other gooJe, has ut in n etock of drugs. Robert Evans, of firown City, is buiMinpr a hotel here. No expects to have it complete! in thirty days. Mr Evans is a first-class hotel keeper and we bespeak for him a liberal patronage from the traveling public. A you ng cyclone passed Bonth of hero a couple of rule., on last Thurs day afternoon and took tho roof off J. Linnihaa's barn, leveled trees and fences and mado things lively for oboat live minutes. Tho recent heavy rains are bad on tho fanners who have not finished stedin;. tscKinu. It still keeps cold. Remember the fhect and pillow caie social will come off on Friday evening at the parsonage. The quilting will take place in the after noon. All aro invited. Our sunday school is...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 24 May 1883

SEKLY EXPOSITOR A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. Vol. II No. 2. BROOKWAY CENTRE, MICH., MAY 24, 1883 Price, $1.00 a Year f The Weekly Expositor, A Red Ilot, Aggrosaive and Pro .gvessive Journal for Live, 'Enterprising Headers. o 7BJ.ISHED OK THURSDAYS. . o X a Titan 60a fob Six Months 99o fob Thubb Months. Jas. A. Mexzjiu. Editor & Manager, CIIUI1CII DIRECTOHY Sletbodlst rrotcitant Church. ftartfceu alternately at 10:) o'clock , m.. ai I EEl lief 0. U. CLA.UK. Pastor. Cxaflay School at S p, iu. 0. D. VANDERLXP. Buporintanauat. ftletuodlst Episcopal H urch. fgvtoul eltematvilyatlOraOa. m. and T p. m. Key A. . n.-.ui-n, rusvvr. CgnUay 6chooi at p. m. 0. ooorEit. Superintendent Qvcl) or Christ at the A. C, Cbapcl. Cmloes at 11 a. m. Sablwith School at 8 p. m fjgjCj luetrUiiic every Tliuraday evening 7:30. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. BK. A. MITCHELL. . DB, O. 8. KKV. Era- Mitclioll c XToy,. i I EBOOKWAY CENTRE. MICHIGAN. J", a. DUPPIE, DI1LKB IN- REAL ESTATE. Instranee and Col let Hon Ant. N...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 24 May 1883

The Weekly Expositor J. A. Mexzies, Kditor and Manager. BROCKWAY CENTRE, MICH llEXEKAL UTES. Louise Michel, the French revolu tionist, is believed by many to bo a victim to remorse for the death of her husband, of which sho was the indirect cause Her maiden name was Viotoirc GAicrier, and she is now forty -nino years old. In early life sho was a school teacher, and whilo holding that position was married to one M. Tinayro. Dy him sho had three sons, of whom two aro now living. They aro engravers, and exocuto all the vignettes on their mother's pamphlets. M. Tinayro was a kind-hearted, easy going man, and ho and his wifo were devotedly attached to each other. Through her, however, ho was led into tho Commune, and met his death. Since then sho has been animated by two pas sions only remorse and revenge. The most conspicuous pupil in tho public schools of Pittsburg, Pa., and tho prido of tho Chinese colony of that city, is a Celestial lad of fifteen years named Lum Yam, who arrived in ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 24 May 1883

TIIIC TWO KOWK1IS. lVathcauie to the earth, by Lis tide waiSprlug, They came In Hod' ow n bowers. And the earth was full of their wandering, For tlicy lotu wers sowing Mowers. 'I how," said Spring, "by the stream and the Ami the village and children know Tlie pay i?lad time of my own sweet prime, And where my blossoms grow. "There is not a spot In tho quiet wood lint ha aboard the Bound of my foot, And the violet eome from their solitude When my tears hath mado them sweet" "I sow," said Death, "where the hamlet stands, 1 sow In the churchyard drear; drop In the crave with gentle hands, My llowers from year to year. 44 The young and tho old go Into their rest, To the sleep that await them below ; Hut I clasp the children unto my breast, Aud ktasthcra before 1 go." 44 1 now," said fpring, 44 but my llowers decay, When the year turns weak and old, Whi u tho breath of the bleak winds wears them awav. And they wither and droop lu the mold. 44 Hut they come again when the young earth reel...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 24 May 1883

coKR'i;:r7j-Nca. Ltsl Moaday vaa a brcezar in Mindei. The grading of atrteta ts progress lag; finely. Mrs MeKny La entered upon her duties as school teacher of tbi place. George McDonald ia grading in front of hia lot preparatory to a side walk. Tha M. E. Soeiety aro fencing in their church property. Rev Mr Woodmame, congrega tionalist,from Lexington, prctobpd in the 11. E. church on Thursday even- If. Mrs Richard Brown is at Bad Axe visiting her daughter Mrs DeLong. It is the vith of respectable people in Mindon that tho proprietor of that rstablishment mh screens In front was in heaven, and his bnild Idjz converted into something else. The "band" is preparing for an other entertainment this wick. Bliss Odie Kioe 0 visiting friends !a Canada this wmIc. The wiad, lat fiabbath evening, Mer down our liberty pole. That intended Beer liousa at tke cast end of the village, is for sale or rant. Thank 'God. The Dll Ringers visit Minden this week. Bcitina. Llpplncott's Magazine. There Is a ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 31 May 1883

W EEKLY' oft: POSIT A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWU Vol, II No. 3. BROCKWAY CENTRE, MIOiL, MAY 31, 1883 Price, 81.00 a Ycaa TIib Weekly Expositor. A lied Hot, Aggressive and Prog-relive Joum.il for Live, Enterprising Readera. c PUBLISHED ON TIIUUSDAYS. 1 a Yn n COo ron Six Months 85j von Tukhe Moxtdj. Jas. A. Menzies, Editor & Manager, cnuncn diiuxtoux" illetUodUt rrotcstaJit Church. Service alternately nt 10:30 o'clock a. m.. aud fi. la, licv c. n. l asior. fSunday Sirfioel at p. m. CD. VAX DKRLIP. buVeriutendcut. JlletOOdUt Episcopal 0 a urea. Eenlcca alternately at 10:. m. and T p. m. KcvA.J. HOLMES. ruLor. Euudajr School at p. ia. C. COOl'EK. Superintendent. CJiwrcIi of Cbrlst at the A. C. Cbapol Bt'rvtijes a H a. jo. Sabbath Soliool at 8 p. x fraytr rueetln; every Thursday evening 7:w. 13US lNi:S3 DIU 1 XI Oli Y. BR A. MITCHELI- I'll. U. H. HE. Physicians & Surgeons, BEOCKWAY CENTRB. MICHIGAN. J". S. ZDUFPIS, lBALItr. IN REAL ESTATE. Insurance and Collection A pent. JJMa...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 31 May 1883

The Weekly Expositor J. A. MJiHZits, Editor and Manager. BROCKWAY CENTRE, MICH tiEXEKAL NOTES. ; In his annual report, President Steel, of the Philadelphia Hoard of Education, dwoh on tho fact that educators and not teachers are wanted in tho schools. Statistics nhow that 31,000, or one-third of the wholo number of pupils in tho Philadelphia public schools, have less than four years to devote to study at school. Ho therefore urges that tho system of instuetion be so improved as to meet the needs of these scholars, and ! 11 .,l!.il w1llP.1l will help them In earning an honest livelihood. Enterprising Englishmen are pro posing to convert the valley of the Jor dan, in Palestine, into a vast lake from ten 'to thirty miles wide, by cuttiug a canal from the Mediterranean through the Plain of Esdnvlon. This will enabb engineers to connect the Dead Sea with the Arabian (iulf, aud a new waterway from Europe to India will thus be pro Tided, rendering the Sue. Canal of no account as an artery ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 31 May 1883

YESTERDAY AND TO-DAY. (IE3TEK1UT.) It la bo wide, tills creat world vaulted o'er bj the blue elcy clapping white shore to And yet It Is not wide enouh for mel 1 love you so It cannot hold my love. There la not snare In earth or heaven above. There is not room for my great love and me. (TO-DAY.) It ia an wide, this rrrcat world vaulted o'er By he sad sky clasping dark shore to shore, It l ton wM( it ts too w lde for me i Would tiod that It were narrowed to a grave, And I Blent oulct. nauirht hid with me save The love that waa tot) great too creat for me. FnAXOis IIodgsox DrnXETT, in the Century, THE AVENGER. T11lo of tho Woods of Maine. BY C1IAULU3 1. 1SLEV. CHAP. I. Tho scono to which we would direct the attention of tho reader ia one wo do light to contemplate a dense forest, in summer time. Through the deep foliao of the broad overhanging branches, tho sunbeams fall with a chastened and grateful light. Tho birda havo chanted their matin songs, and all is hushed, save tho dreamy mu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 31 May 1883

Soma more weather. Winter wheat tlont promise well. J. 15. Canton came near losing his Land on ths ehingle eaw the other day. Ho got his fingers badly cut. II. Michaels having purchased a lath mill, will begin cutting lath next week. . R. II. Evans has his hotel up and enclosed and will poon be ready to occupy it. J. II. Beckett is finishing oil his elevator. Quito a large number of houses arc going up iu this place this sum mer. The boys who left for Dakota on the surveying expedition write back that they are very much pleased with the country out there. M. M. and C. II. Stone have eold their farm to a gentloman from Canada. The boys have organized a base ball club and will 6oon be ready for business.- Scriuk. The eocial was a success. Mrs Bell was presented with a real nice quilt. Very well for the girls. Elder .Paton preached in this placo last Sunday. Tho 21th of May was quito a live ly day with us. Tho Brockway Contro and Bandusky clubs played a game of base bill iu our town. T...

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