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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 7 June 1883

EXPOSITOR. A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. Vol, II No. 4. BROCKWAY CENTRE, MICH., JUNE 7, 1833. Price, $1.00 a Year. II 1 II 1 M M Tfie Weekly Expositor. A Ec d Hot, Aggressive and Pro gressive Journal for Liy, Enterprising Headers, o . PUBLISHED ON THURSDAYS. o 0 a YfiAB 00c iron Six Mostiis 300 FOB TlJIHSB MONTHS. J Aft. A MEXZ1V.S, Kditor & Manager. CinJilOII DIRECTORY 32? Methodist rrotestaut Church. fiervhiea alternately at 10:30 o'clock a. in., end &aT Kcv 0 CLAJiK. l'astor. eBUflflj School at 3 p, ru. C. D. VANPERLIP. Superintendent. JMctuodist Episcopal Church. BOTteai alternately otlO:80 a. m. nud f p. m. W Ro A. J. HOLMES. PRSlor. Somilay School at p. m. C. OOOPIilt. Superinteodent. CauxcH of Ubrlst at the A. C, Chapel. 6rvtc4gnt 11 a. in. Babbath Sehool at A p. m. fcoyur moctlwi every Thursday evontnc 7:W. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. DE. A. MITCaELfc. DR. tl. 8. a BY. Physicians & Surgeons, BBOCJCWAY CENTRE. MICHIGAN. jr. s. DTJFrxc, DEALER IX- REAL ESTATE. Insnraaoe ...

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 June 1883

The Weekly Expositor J. A. Mehzixs, Editor and Manager. BROCKWAY CENTRE, MICH UESERAL OTES. Mme. Jenny Lind Goldschmidt docs not soem to bo growing old gracefully. Now at the age of sixty-three, 6ho Is described as possessing, from tho crown of her bewigged head to the sole of her No. 6 shoo, not ono lino of grace or beauty. Her form is angular, her faco hard, her eyes are dull and passionless, her features irregular and inharmonious. But when she speaks, the plaincss of her face and form is for gotten for her tones aro still thoso of tho "Sweedish Nightingale," and the features light up in sympathy with tho musio of her voice. She lives in a big house in South Kensington, surrounded by spacious and well shaded lawns. She seldom sinus now only occasiorally at Royal request, or at the Bach choir, of which her husband was tho founder. Agrowino evil which thoso who aro interested in the youtli of our land will have to combat, is tho excessive use of tobacco, and moro especially in the ...

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 June 1883

MU.TIILITY. GrteUlvc la the.estate of ktnirs, And care will seek a haughty olace; Jot amies to dwell with eouiuioin things; Aud happiness the swallow chase. When grasseB wave on dewy Uwa, And opens the. great lid ol dawn. Childhood aud Joy are with us still, Though fortune frown upstaour state. The feet of spring return to All The rounding front, whate'er our fate ; And still the summer's cloudless blue Opens, to let the white birds through. Then climb not toward tho steps of a throne, A canopy must veu me sk? From th the green Held we do not own We yet may watch the wild birds fly; There shall remain the ancient heaven Once unto the child heart given. THE AVENGER. A Tale of the Woods of Maine. BY CHARLES I. IS LEV. CHAP. III. With a slightly stooping: gait his long riflo at a trail, and his kecu eyes fixed intently on the path he was pursu ing every displaced leaf every de pressed blade of grass every bent twig which none but an eyo like his would have detected, served as a guide 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. — 7 June 1883

rr-x rnvjj, ., 9 WlfcUVWwyjcyiffl "A" CORRESPONDENCE. val:,kv cLxtre. K. II. Evans moved mto his liotcl to-day. James L. Cue, of Port Huron, and E. C. Habeock, of Sandusky, were in tttwn Tuoaday. The Valley Ccntro base ball club plays the Marlctto club at tbis place on Friday next and the Peck club at Peek ou Sat unlay. The continued wet weather makes fanners look blue. Sckiija. Itain, rain beautiful rain. It is time to talk about tho fourth of July. The Peck Stars will play a gamo of base ball w ith tho Valley Centre club on Saturday in this place, weather permitting. Mr Geo Grigs and Miss Martha UcColley both of Elk were married on Sunday, Juno 3rd by Ilcv J. Bell. Our post office has been greatly Improved by a coat of paint. O. 13. Jacobs is buMjpg au addi tion to his drug store, Geo Gibson is building a shoe shop. '60 much for George. Dr Bedford has received a fnll line of drugs which he intends sell ing cheap for cash. He aleo keeps a first-class oigar. Geo Allen has returned h...

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 June 1883

Expositor Weekly A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. BROOKWAY CENTRE, MICH., JUNE 14, 1883. VoLII No. 5. Price, $1.00 a Year. The Weekly Expositor. A lied Hot, Aggressive and Pro gressive Journal for Live, Enterprising Headers. PUBLISHED ON TIIUKSDAYS. - o $1 a Year 00c for Six Months at)c foe Ti.ibek Months, Jas. A. Mexzies, Editor & Manager, CHURCH DIHEOTORY Methodist TrotCKtant t'hurcli. Cervices alternately at 10:10 o'elock n. in., and fj,fy, JIov C. il. CLAUli. Pastor. Sllfldfty fWiool at 3 p. m. C. I. VANDEUL1P. Suporiuteuduut. SJetaodlst I'plscopal tliurcn. EaTltfCS alternately at a. m. nnd 7 p. ra. M ltovA. J. HOLMES. Pastor. Buaday Behool nt a p. lu. V. OOOl'l'Ii, Superintendent. CUurcb ot Christ at the A. C, Chapel. ffrrrlcea at U n in. Knbbatli School at 8 p. m. BCflyer ineetlna every Tuumday evening BUSINESS W11ECTOIIY. DB. A. WITOHEI.L. DR. O. 8. KV.X. Drc. Mitch-oll & Hoy, Physicians & Surgeons, DBOCKWAY CENTRE. MICHIGAN. J". S- DUPP1B, DEALER IN- REAL ESTATE. ...

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 June 1883

The Weekly Expositor J. A. Mehziss, Editor and Manager. BROCKWAY CENTRE, MICH UESEUAL WIES. Disaster has followed disaster dur ing tho fivo "months of tho present vear. First camo the Mihvaukco lire, result ing in tho destruction of nearly a hun dred lives. Following this was the burning of tho winter circus in Russia whereby ever 150 persons met a horrible death. Then camo tho frightful floods in Central Europe, spreading destruc tion. Tho Ohio flood and its disas trous results are still fresh in the minds of all. Blizzards and tornadoes have been more numerous than ever before known in this country. From the 1st of January to February 5 tho victims of these furious forces numbered about seventy killed and 200 injured; and tho loss of life in tho following throe months was far. greater, and tho destruction of property enormous. Over 100 persons have been killed in railroad disasters in tho United States. Tho victims of the Braidwood mine horror were nearly 100. Fully 350 peoplo hav...

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 June 1883

TUB 1'ILGHI.n'S LOAD. EBBJ B. llKXFOItn. lie halted la the desert to mt Ltd toll-worn feet - And dream of palui-tree shadows among the oust and near, And there, woru out v, ilh bearing a heavy load, ho found A poor, disheartened trav'ler upou the thirsty gruuuu. UU1 iai.r5rn lue, P-way- " Pr My veins are hot with fever-wlth weariness T 1 1 "Cheer up," the other whispered, "the palma T'lihnvwiMnlK , v , , "iffifiS ar,ll,,L YoUBhallnot i lauiu perish here. "Xay, nay," the other answered. "Go on and let me ule : m Were you to bear my burden your own you Then, for your own load, brother, acnwi the muni iuv mv : sanus 10-uay You must come back to pcrleb, perchance, ix'niae me way." "I cannot leave a brother who needs my help," rciuiea Th0PK And then, iu his compassion, he took the oth er's load And helped tho fainting traveler along tho ucscrt roaj They reached the palm-treu'a shelter with weari ness oppressed The pilgrim with his burden sank down to sleep and reut. And in hi dreams an a...

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 June 1883

d ON PENCE. rich'n Mcutlort. Not very tfood weather for ilant ing com. K. TLlboduau has chartered a first cl.tsa coach ami will havo an ex cursion fromMelvinto East iJaginaw Mil rojur'n for half fare on Tuesday June l9tti. He invites all his friends to take a pleasant trip vritU him and sec Sell'i Brothers great show. II. Nyo fc Son havo started their fttvr mill. It docs good work. S. Ball i putting a new engine in his mill. Tho lath mill is working. Punito. T13CK KOTliSi The ladies of this plaoo havo or ganied a literary society. Pres., Urs Or Weit; Vice -Pres., Mrs II. O. Bahcook; See., Miss Carl Farewell Treas., Mies Jcnnio Savell. The M. E. quarterly meeting will bo held on the 23rd and 1th of Juno at the Shook school house. Bov A. J. Holmes will L in attendance. Mrs Albert Allan has started a elect school in this place. We noticed in last week's issue about tho picked up team from tho country or so called inossbacks, pitying a game of ball with the homo team resulting in favor ...

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 June 1883

Mil 'TOR 1 t 1 Mil A UVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. VoLII No. 6. BROCfKWAY CENTRE, MIOH., JUNE 21, 1883. Prioo, $1.00 g Yc?r, v a A jf Th3 Weekly Expositor. A lied Hot, Aggressive and Pro gressive Jounial for Live, Enterprising Headers, o ruDLiaiu:i) on tjiuksdaysl o $1 a Ycaji COc von Six AIostij COo iron Tiiuuis Moktdh. Jas. A. Meszuu, Editor & Manager, cntriton directory JJctUodist TrotCBtaiit Church. ftervJcea altcmatulv ot 10:33 o'clock a. m.. and tltix llov C. U.'CUUUv. Pastor. Guadsy School at S p. w. C. P. VANPERLIP. tUiprrintenUont. Methodist Episcopal Cliurclu furctaoa tU.2mafe.ly at 10:30 a. in. and T p. tu. licv A. J. HOLMKS. ra&toe. Sunday School nt p. in. C. CooPEIi, Superintendent. inxarcD of Cbrlst at the A. C, Chapol. Bcpvlce at) It a. ni. Sabbath School at 3 p. m. fruycr meeting every Thursday ovenum 7:3y. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. DU. A. MITCHELL. DB O. 8. SV. Physicians & Surgeons, BKOCliWAY CENTRE. MICHIGAN. i7. S. DEALER IK REAL ESTATE. Insurance and CoUecl...

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 June 1883

The Weekly Expositor J. A. llxvnzs, Editor and Manager. BBOCKWAY CENTRE. MICH GENERAL NOTES. TitR nnmmenccmcnt season has com and for tho next fow months several hundred college students in almost every state in tho Union will bo seeking admission into the various pro fusions and walks of life, armed with their college diploma and an indomita ble will. It has become the custom to speak of tho college graduate as though l.o were anallliction instead of a boon; and in no class is this unjust criticism moro noticeable than among tho gradu n to at ten or a dozen years' standing, and on every occasion the stale, time worn jokes are paraded at tho expense of tho fourgcr graduate. In theso jokes the graduate is depicto d as a conceited young person whoso four years in college have only served to fill him with a notion that his placo o.o wrM ran never bo worthily tilled bv anvono else, and that what ever profession he chooses to enter he is certain to adorn and illuminato from the start. 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. — 21 June 1883

HYKUYDAY LIFE. Oh, listen to the water wheel through all the live long day ; Your salary will 6top about tho time you lose your pay. The fellow at the laduYr's top, to him all glory goes, Autl tho i lullow at the bottom Is tho fellow no one know 8. No good are all the 'had tens,' for In country and In town. Nobody cares how high you'vo been when once you hare come down. When once you have been rreuldeut and are l'rt'ulilLnt no more. You may run a farm or teach a school, or keep a country more. No one will ask about you. you never will be mlesed. The mill will only Rrlnd for you while you sup ply the grist." Burlington Hmnltije. FA lit AND FALSE. BY HELEN FOKKEST GUAVES. Cora," said old Miss Duchesne, ab ruptly, 'Mid you ever havo your fortuno toldP" Cora Leslie- was tlreamhir over her needlework, in tho soft lijrht of tho April noon. Blossoming cyclamens wero in tho deep casements; a whito hyacinth hung its odorous bells in tho sunshine; a bluo ribboned work basket was drawn close 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. — 21 June 1883

Tie 1th rf hfij i dnnvlrs near. Wo expect to hnvo a lively timo hero. The citizens havo bcoa very liberal in donating fund3 for tbo sports, 6uch fit rnaninj, juuptag, horso rasing, base ball, eta. Band U nil tho rago in our village at present. That's riht, boy, let'u Late a band. Our school closes on Friday, Juao 49th. Thero will be an exhibition in tho evening. Oar hoi iio team or the Peck Stars, tyill go to Valley Centre on the 23nl inst. to play & lricnflly ctrtxs and Lexington gq the 30lh. John Collins is building a fino rci idancc In this place. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Leonbard aro visiting friends In Worth. Tvko. VAVLEV CESTBE. II. Michaels lath mill is doing good work. Ho has purchased tho plainer from Peter Beckett and will Boon have it in operation. Our basa ball club plays thcOapno ftlub at Lyun to-xnorrov. W. II. York, of Port Huron, wab in town on Friday laet. F. A. Kyca is bfitk from Port Hu ron whero ho has been clerking in the Commercial Hotel tlio past fov months. Mrt...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 28 June 1883

1 Expositor EEK-LY A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. VoL II No. 7. BBOOKWAY CENTRE, MICEL, JUNE 38, 1883. Price, $1.00 a Yeti;. Ths Weekly Expositor. A lied Hot, Aggressive ami Pro gressive Journal for Live Enterprising Headers. o JUULLSUED OX TJIUKJ5DAYS, $1 A Ycau OOo run Six Ioxtus C3o roi: Tuuub JiIohtu. J as. A, Mevies; Editor & Manager. ciiuncn DiiiEOTony fctctbadlst Protestant Church. e-,Trtcc3 altojuutdy nt 10:-0 o'clock a. m., and tBBiUy Echoed at 9 p. C. D. VANPERUP, buperlnteudont. Kstaodiat UpJscopal Church, fiksrtxa alternately at 10::X n. nv mid T r. m. Lev A. J. HOLMES. VmXoi. saaficy Sohocd m p. in. u. coopi:k. Superintendent. Qtnixn of Christ at the A. C, Chapel. icrvlOJS ui 11 rv Fabuath School at 8 p. m. ESuJOi laccliaa every Tumsdny cvoubu 7:20. UUS I N 123s DIU 12CTO K Y. DO. A. NirCHHL!.. la.O. 8. BET. Physicians & Surgeons, BELOCKWAY CKNTllU. M1C1UQAN. mui-eb in- REAL ESTATE. Insurance fcnJ Ccllcclltn Apcxt. Hilary Pblio with Ilrockwey Ceutro. Llicb. COn...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 28 June 1883

The Weekly Expositor J. A. Menzies, Editor and Manager. BROCKWAY CENTRE, MICH uem:kal notes. In consequence of insufficient appro priation for tho next fiscal year, there will bo a reduction in tho force of tho Tension Bureau of twenty-fivo clerks of the $1,000 grade on tho 1st of July. The appropriation retains all the rest of the force, stipulating only that twenty fivo of tho $1,000 clerks shall bo cut down. Tho Commissioner 'states that work is progressing lincly, 'and says with tho present force a largo, holo will bo made in tho pension business by the end of next year. Among tho defendants In a London police court a fortnight ago was a wom an whose summons was for neglecting to send to school her son, James Ashley. To justify herself tho mother made a statement which immediately enrolled James Ashley among theso who will not die young because tho gods lovo them. She said that her son, who on the previ ous day had attained tho age of seven vr.irs. habituallv absented himself fr...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 28 June 1883

THIS HO.TIANCIC OF THIS CAHPIST Basking In peace la the warm spring buu, South tllll smiled upon Burlington. The breath of May ! and the day was fair. And the bright motes danced in the balmv air And the sunlight gleamed where the retttless breeze Kissed the fragrant bloom on the applo trees, Ills beardless check with a smile was spanned As he stood with a carriage whip in his hand: And he laughed as he doffed his bob-tailed coat, And the echoing folds of the carpet smote ; And she smiled as she leaned on her busy mop, And she said she would tell him when to stop. ro ne pounueu away uu me dinner Den (lave him a little breathlnir snell: But he sighed when the kitchen clock struck one, And she bald the carpet wasn't done. But he lovingly put in his biggest licks. And pounded like mad tHl the clock struck six And she said, in a dubious kind of war. That she guessed ho could finish it up next aay. Then all that day and the rifit day, too, meiurza irom the dirties., carpet tlew. And she'...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 28 June 1883

1. - m fs"- fir " '3';r.;i n'Trlas. Tho Oranscr-'! L,.1 r;ran jo in their Bw Iiall last Friday ulfibt. Work has been commenced ou tho church. Farmer aro feeling jretty blue on Account of ho ranch rain. Jamea Currie, A. Lower aud O. "7illinma haTO retained from Ten nosoe. Ti;ey give a glowing ac count of that paradise, Dcttr stay in old Miehfjan Jim, it'e the safest rpot. The boys cast of hero one and one-half miles, had lot of fuu last Bttnday killing a bear. Iliey trcod him seven times, Oco Kcstrick shoot ing him a number of tiuica at hit killing hiui. It dre?sod 100 pounds. "Wo notice Isnac Rcbcxts uew barn Is up. It ia a credit to tho builder. Ii. Ourria will commence a new house thu week for Jas Houncer. Chas Fu33? litis bougbt Jna Fairs horse end is getting Lid buggy ro built nud painted. Too late, Chas, Lady Grocnv.ood has ;jouo to Chi- cago. , Any ono wishing to rent, a first-j floss etoro with a Fplcndid eellar will do well to call on l A. Hill and get terms on tho new store...

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 July 1883

W EEKLY Expdsi m.rT'i. ' U hi u uF A UVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. VoL II Na 8. BROCKWAY OENTKE, MICH., JULY 5, 1883. Price, 31. 00 a Year.. J1 Tlio Weekly Expositor. A Bed Uot, Aggrutive and lro . groaaivo Journal for Live, Knteriuising Headers. rUDLIzmEl) ON tiiuiisdayr. o $1 A YCAQ OOC rOB $LX WOiiTHB flee foe TmaiE-MosiiBii. Jaa. A. Hexakh, Editor & fanagcr. onunon DIUEGTO 11 Y pictUdiUst Irotcstaut Cliarcti. Undoes alternately at 10:30 oVloi-W a. ra.. and eaiRy Bciiixii at a p. u. o. i. vandkui jr. buperuilciihiitl. jIottioAlit Episcopal Cnurco. Bstoea ftlVeruatwlyatlOioOa. in. nd 7 p. m. iu-y A. J. HOLMES. TastMl. Suafiay School at J p. m. C. uooPKU. tiupurtuteuoeut. CTuirciof Ctirlst at tho A. C. CnapeU EcfTlocsat 11 iv hi. Hril'bafb School Pt8n.ui. 8Soytr raoittafi ocry Tbuniday evening 7 JW. 13USIKESS DlKECTOllY. c SIU A. MITCURLU PC O. B. BEY. Ore. IHitoliell 8i STcy, Physicians & Surgeons, BJ&OOKWAY CENT11E. MICHIGAN. jr.. s. iDurris, PEALEK IN REAL ESTATE. Ins...

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 July 1883

The Weekly Expositor J. A. Menzies, Editor and Manager. RROCKWAY CENTRE, MICH (JENERAL .NOTES. Tho New York Tribune offers a very seusiblo solution to tho problem of car ing for tho Indians taken by Crook, and whose disposal has puzzled tho Sec retary of tho Interior ever since their capture. Tho Tribune says destroy their tribal character -scatter them on reservations so widely separated that there would bo no opportunity for in- triune. Each portion of tho tribo would be too weak by itself to make trouble, and should they manifest a disposition to be troublesome, could bo easily sub dued. The Sioux ou tho Standing llock Res ervation are reported by Sergeant Ham, of the 7th Cavalry, stationed at Fort Yates, toboiu a wretched condition and ilrino- off iit a frightful rate. "Tho principal cause," he says, "is puluion ary disease, caused by exposure and aggravated by irregular habits of eating and sleeping, lack of nourishing food and warm clothing. They cat until evcrvthing at hand 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. — 5 July 1883

THIS UN II. Tlie course of tbo weariest river Kudu lu the great tray sea ; Tlie acorn, for ever and ever, Strives upward to the tree. The rainbow, the sky adornluir, Shines promise through the storm ; The glimmer of coining mornliii? Through midnight gloom will form. By time all knots are riven, Complex although they be, And peace will at last be given, IX'ar, both to you and mo. Then, though the path may be dreary, Look onward to the goal; Though the heart and head bo weary, Let faith insulre the soul ; Seek the right, though tLe wrong be tempt lag. Speak the truth at any cost ; Vain Is a.U weak exempting When once the gem is lout. Let strong hand and keen eye be ready For plalu and ambushed fees; Thought earnest and fancy steady liear best unto the close. The heavy clouds may bo raining, Hut with evening comes the Unlit: Though the dark, low winds are complain 1 et the sunrise gilds the height', An J love has his hidden treasure For the patient and the pure; And time gives his ful...

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 July 1883

Vavto Vllrkerlit. K liu ' i,i ozcr ;iny ti:n Roid work in all tlio so and lota of mini to fill ii tho mud holes. Vo ijt:oived a cull from KMer 1'arLtr lust week. K. Greeu aud F. A. Hill aro erl! iu lota of machinery and the agents tit Hrockrray Centre had bettor look a little sharper for curtomcrtf. R. Currio has commenced a new house for James 'Bonmeer. Lanuou homing has the new grange hall and store about com pleted acd it ia a credit to the vil lage. Lady Greenwood is in Chicago on tho famous track. She has made a mile in 3 minute. Another raoktt in our mill. Au drew Lower lost 2 engine?, a sarirg machine and a lath and shingle mill A week axo lart Friday about six o'clock by tiro. They were running tho mill at the time. He eavod nothing-tnt acsrriacro end circular eaw. C. P. Fair lo.it l,oo Ne. 1 hiuclcB. Mr. Lower his tho sym pathy of the whole eommuuity and will get bouc htilp from tho neigh bors. HHKfc Harder are getting lots of butter. Tbcy aro ia)in Hi cents for pound. John...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
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