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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 20 September 1883

r iEXP08IT0"R V Da Mi omi ! tan, i A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. VoL II No 19. BliOOKWAY CENTRE,. MICH., SEPTEMBER 20, 1883. Prico, 31.00 a Year. .Tte Weekly Exsiosltor. A Kcd Hot, Aggressive aud Pro gressive Journal fur Live, Enterprising Headers. PUBLISHED ON Til U11S DAYS, o $1 A Vcau GOc fob Six Months 00c Ton Tiikkb Moxtus. Jas. A. Meszies, Editor & Manager. GIIURCII DIIIEGTOUY JJZeihcJM I'rotcstant Cburcti. rnlccs ttiltriiaic'Iv ot 10:-.i) o clock ft. w., nu J Uia. llcv 0. it. CLAUIL 1'u.ilor. filTiy ScJkuJ U C i. ia. C, D. VANI'EULIP. bupes'lutoaucut. Celtic alo.-nir.fviy nt 10:30 it. m. cud ?P. I 1 v A. J. HOLMES. Paicu-. Cort-'-y School fit p. hi. C. COOl'l'R. tftipci'lutendent. CUirta c ClijIt at the 1, C, Cuacl. fSvyJ'Toa c-t Jt - nl- '''oa'-h School At a i. nu iusi:ci:-;s dikectouy. Dm a. r IT0UE1.L. iix o. s. ;:ey. PhyslGlans & Surgeons, JXOC&T.'AY CENTS!! altOIIIOAX. REAL ESTATE. JjaMirar.ee r.nl CvHeciica Aprrf. Notary :y Cnrre, illcb. EiGUGE (I rea lly ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 20 September 1883

The Weekly Expositor J. A. MiMixa. Editor and Manager. BROCKWAY CENTRE. MICH NOTES OF THE DAY. It is very gratifying to note that many of the Gulf states aro sending advertise ments far and wide setting .forth tho great advantages to bo found withintheir respective borders. Tho boutn nccus im migration, and these cttorts on tho part of tho people of that section aro very commendable. Some statistical iiend has figured out that even with amostunfvorable weath or the corn crop of this country will not fall below 1,400,000,000 bushels. At anv rate, there will bo enough to make all the whiskey that is needed, and nossiblv enough will be left for tho laxu ries of life to fatten our pork, make corn bread, and the like. It is not a very llattering commentary on the zeal of the members of thq tem peranco army who have contended that local optioa" Avas the panacea for the ereatevil. that out of 80 called villages in tho state entitled to the privileges of the "local option" law given us by o...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 20 September 1883

THE THBEE LITTLE CHAIRS. They sat alone by the Iw'JjL The trray-balred dame and the gedalrr, JSj'bSh SB thought, they could not .peak, And each heart uttered a sigh. For their Bad and tearful eves dcBcrled Three little cholra placed eldo by aljlo Against the sitting-room wall, Old-fashioned euougu as there they stood. Their seats of Aug and their frames of woj J, With their backs so straight and tall. Then the sire shook his silvery head, And, with trembling voice, be gently said, "Mother, these empty chairs, They bring us such sad thoughts to-night We'll put them forever out of sight" In the small, dark room u-stalrs." But sua answered, 'Father, no; not yet; For I look at them and I forget That the children are away; Tii boys come back, and our Mary, too, With her apron on of checkered blue, And sit there tvery day. Johnny still whittles a ship's tall masts, And Willie his leaden bullets casts, While Mary her patchwork sews; At evening the three childish prayers Go up to Uod from 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. — 20 September 1883

Tho f.irmrr in tld vicinity have jint HMvrd nurh fall whent ret on accotut of dry weather. JUr.ny Ifiuliui; I'.inni-rs arc boginnin;; to think that we MhliMn ;rain rakers cannot compete with Uiiincsot.i farmer?, especially on rai.-inf wheat. .'-Uav.i and h'V--qover threshing machines are vcrv iiiimerous. Amorg the many is (ion :;;( ltagaii & UoV which im well I'ritroniy.C'il owing to its euperior const ruction and good management. .Alex McFuil, of Ontario, and Thomas I'aily, of reek, havo gone into tho mcrchantilo business nt what ii known as tho Mill's school hoiKO corner-? iu 121k Township. We wish them Fccces?. TV;ilrc Correspondence KxrorrroE. Your weekly visits are highly cj-prociatcd and much admired. After being well entertain ed wo will uy and-entertain In re turn. Tho cool f-hort Ev.mmer is suddenly broujht to a dose by frosts, leaving niuuh late cro;s croon, and wulib for Fafo keeping. The wheat and oats on laud well drained is good but eoi-u is poor and buckwheat rath...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 27 September 1883

75 W BBKLT XPOSITOR nrawnnmainimi 1 A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. VoLII No 20. BROCKWAY CENTRE, MICH., SEPTEMBER 27, 1833. Price, 81.00 a Year. i iirtr TIis Weekly Expositor, A lied Hot, Aggi'csHivo and Pro gressive Journal for Live, Enterprising Headers. . . o PUBLISHED ON THURSDAYS. o $1 a Yiun COo von Six Moxtiis Sec fob Three Montus. J as. A. Mesziqs, Kditor Manager. CllUItCU DIRECTORY fiXcthodlst Protestant Church Bcnlcos alternately nt 10:S0 o'clock a. m.. and T jn. lUv a D. CI. ARK. rtuiUir. fiauday Sciiool at s p. i. c d. VaNDERLip. Supuilutondcut. JJlalhodist Kylscopal ChurCtu Dcntoa alternately at 10:0 a. m. nnd fn.ni. l!ov A. J. HOLMES. Pftslac SuaJtiy School ax W p. in. C. COol'EK. Supiututcudau CHurcicf tJhrlst at the A C, CUayd. Scniccaad 11 a. m. Sabbath School at 8 p. m. EccyOf moutta.? every Thursday evening 1 wa. BUSINESS DIItEOTOUY. on. a. uiTcnELu on. a. s. kev. Dxs. Llitclicll & XToy, Physicians & Surgeons, ESOCXWAY CE.VTEE. MICHIGAN. jr. s. ourns, DEA...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 27 September 1883

The Weekly Expositor J. A. M emits, Editor aud Manager. BROCKWAY CENTUE. MICH NOTES OF THE DAY. Uen. Okakt and ti party heavy" men of the country through Micutatm I ho other of the passed day on their wav cast. If anybody expected to hear that tho west tipped up as the uurtv moved eastward, they aro doom ed to disappointment, as everything is as it was before tho visit. A Washinctox correspondent states that Secretary Folger grants "sick leaves" to his clerks so readily that tho treasury department is the moat un healthy placo to bo found in Washing' ton. Tho air of tho treasury depart ment is even worst) in its ctfrcts than all tho malaria that arises from tho Potomac Hats. The lato Judge Black, writes a cor respondent, had his right arm broken in eleven places by a railroad accident in 18G8, and it never afterward was of much uso to him. Ho learned to write with his left hand after ho was m vnri of nre. and wrote in tho round, precise back-hand of a pains taking novice. Dk. Makv 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. — 27 September 1883

KINDNESS TO ANIMALS. Be Ulna to the Don, and study his will, AuJ assist tn "Inserting tin' oluws," AnJ doti'l Interrupt hlm-ktx j perfectly still, o matter kuw awkward lit paws. Bj kind to Uie Wombat and Tapir so mild I Be kind to the winsome Juckiluw L' ) kind to the Tiger, and don't itinke him wild Or he'll give you too much of hi Jaw. 1: j kind to the Oyster, Ichneumon and 8im!l ; Be kind to the brisk Kntitfurno ; Bo kind to the Leopard, don't tread on his lull Or he'll spot you at once If you do. Be kind to the Gasterpod, Gurnard mid Rut; Be kind to the Katrix lorguatori Be kind to the liana pattutrU and Cut ; Be klr.d to the Tuberculator. Be kind to the Bullfinch, the Goat and IheScr.pe, To the Yak, Whelk and Ltwser Peewit j ti kind to the chaste, odoriferous Ah To the Beaver, the Perch and the Tomtit. Be kind to the friendly and vigorous Flea ; Bo kind to the bold Cockatoo ; He kind to the Pussycat, Biialuniband Gee, And be kind to the Bowwow and Moo. Co kind to the Thascolome...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 27 September 1883

-now i rrur m km CC UUESPQND L i J C LI. Ilk .tii.i i ! . ..t.i ' iun hp honiM.i y It is ucli U.i iu it '..t '. .'.. ' ,, ..... f n Itn 4ifP cms. iil h i i , t- v . : ii r ' ' r - "' The rcfcnl mint air just trbat tvas nccv.od. J. II. Iivdorn lists returned from Texas with a lot of Texan horses. jj., Jl.-Ijcclvt tt has Hold hi elevator to John U.) dim. Alex Kaymom has fold his blacksmith fIioh nm ICalioaud .Smith their tdiimjle mill to the lUhorimjtou lro?. of Lynn. A Sir. Swan from JJrovn City has bought 1 lie hotel Jrom If. 11. li,vana J. II. Canton has poM his houso and lot and vill move to tho upper pcuisnula. John T. McLcod will start for Texas again in a few days. Our school will bcrrin on Monday next with Jioht F. Willougbby as teaoncr. rckibk. l'argo FllcUorluss. F. A. Ilill has his new hou?e up and very nearly hulsaad. no Has fire men at work on it. Zlr. Somos has his new bouse up aiso. it. uurric is uoing me worn Tho Union Pic-nic held in Allen's grove last vcek wa? a gran...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 4 October 1883

( "W EEK-LY Expositor; A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. Vol. II No 21. BROOKWAY CENTRE, MICH., OCTOBER 4, 1883. Price, $1.00 a Year, Ths Veekly Expositor. A lie J Hot, Aggressive and Pro gressive Journal for Live Enterprising Readers. o TUBLISIIED ON THURSDAYS. o $1 a YcAtt 00c ron Six Months S9G FOB TlIKKK MONTIIS. J as. A. Menziks, Editor & Manager. CHURCH DIRECTORY JlctboJJst Protestant Church. Bervtoes alternately at 10:80 o'clock a. m.. and y JHU. litv u. v. ii'A.Kii. raswr. ftpnffay School at i p. m. CD. VAJiDERLIP Superintendent aicthodlst Episcopal Churcb. gawlccs alternately at 10:80 a. m. and T p. m. Rnrul.iv School at X D. III. C. COOriCR. Superintendent. CkurcXi of Christ at the A. C, Chapel. ffrrrlces at U a. m. Rabhath School at 3 n. m. Etaa'er tntaiunir, every murauay evening i:au. BUSINESS DIRFXTORY. JXH. A. MITCHELL. DBL O. 8. KEY. Drs- afiiteh.oll 5s ITery, Physicians & Surgeons, KLOCKWAY CENTHE. MICHIGAN. J". S- DUPHE, -DEALER IS REAL ESTATE. Insurance and ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 4 October 1883

The Weekly Expositor J. A. Mknzies, Editor and Manager. BROCKWAY CENTUE. MICH NOTES Of THE DAT. That beautiful custom in voguo in Merrio England" in Cromwell's day, the ringing of the curfew bell.h&s been resumed at Slratford-on-Avon. An in teresting featuro of tho revival of this ancient custom is that the curfew was rung upon tho same bell upon which wus tolled tho funeral knell of Shaks poarc. ' It will mako superstitious people and the householder who has to foot the coal bill, shiver and shako liko tho his torical old man who "couldn't git warm," o learn that beavers are build ing their dams very thick this fall, and that is indicative, if animal instinct is to bo trusted, of an unusually cold winter for us all. An enthusiastic company of one bun dred persons, old and young, gathered before 7 o'clock tho other morning on the site secured for tho new South Bap tist church in Providence to watch tho beginning of tho work of grading. Tho pastor threw tho first shovelful of ear...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 4 October 1883

MILLIONAIRE AND BAREFOOT BOY, 'Tit evening-, ami the round red sun sinks slow ly in th West, .,,-. The flowers fold their petul up, the bird fly to tho nest. The utcktts chirrup In the grasf, Ue bats flit to and Iro, And tlukle-tankle up t he lane the lofting catllo CO I And the rich roan from his carriage looks out on them as they come On them and on the Barefoot Boy that drives cattle homo. "I wish," the boy says to himself "1 wish that I were he. And yet, upon maturer thought, I do not no Not for llUhe Rold hts coffers hold would I be that duffer there, With a ltver-pad and a gouty toe and scarce a tint?!' hair; To have wife with a Roman nose, and fear lest a pantc come Far better U be the Barefoot Boy thac drives the cattle home. And the rich man murmurs to himself : "Would I lUo ll dij pi lf To chaDgc my lot with yonder boy? Not if I kuow imsdf. Over the grass inn's fall of ants aud chill with dew t go, With a stone bruise upon either heel and a splinter lu my tool Oh, I'd rath...

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

uip'i' imhi in m in ! mmn iminwin ! iiiii iiiinin r r 1 i ' " - ' "' '' 'af T. ;'m"gr'"r " J """'" ' " " . 4 1 0 is Fatteiiliisaet-p. A genlhman having an extraordi nary lino lot of Cotswold bhucp in tho New York' uiajkct parly lt priuj, wns inquired of as to hi i!j:tiiii(.r of I'littpnin;; tlicm, when be :ivj tho following statement. "In tho first place, I scoured a .;)) 1 breed, lliat is tlio most im-p.n-tr.it point. Thl next thing is to Keep tliem f;rovinr, from the time tiioy'aro wo.ined till they are taken to tfcie slaughter house, never allow ing them to grow joor at any season of the year. I have fed them all tho 1i.iv. mas mid oats thev will eat. Peas nro lietter than Indian corn for malum? mutton. Oats furnish in trogenous matter for tho formation of UL'oessarv muscle. 1 eas rroduc more fat than the samo number of pounds of cereal gram." 'Do you feed any roots and straw.' "Yes, caoli sheep pets no less than ono or twopouiids ot turnips daily, with all the straw to eat and l...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 11 October 1883

Weekly POSITOR A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. VoL II No 2! BROOKWAY CENTRE, MICH., OCTOBER 11, 1883. Price, 01.CO a Year. TIis Weekly Expositor. A Bod Hot, Aggressive and Pro grcivo Journal for live, Enterprising Readers. PUBLISHED ON THURSDAYS, --o $1 a Vjub OOo fob Six Mostus 3c rou Tn bee Months. Jas. A. Mexzies, Editor & Mauager. CHUilCII DIltKCTOEY Methodist Protestant Church. BctvliJea eJtermiU.lv nt 10:30 o'clock a. m., and ? klT licv C. U. CLAliK. Pastor. Uvy School at 2 p. ra. C. D. VANDERUP. 2Icth3illst Kylscopal Church, pprrw? olicruatcly at 10:30 a., m. and 7 P. m. UevA. J. HOLMES. Pa&r. Etoday School at 3 p. m. C. COOPElt. . Superintendent. f7ynrr.li of Christ at tho A C, Chapel. Fmlce3 at 11 a. til. Fnbbath School at 8 p. ni. J'i ycr ma'Uax every TUuidday evening BUSINESS DIRECTORY. m. a. ftincnELu. ra. a. s. m:s. Physicians & Surgeons, CHOCinVAY CENTER. MICIIICU2J. 12XLUU IS REAL ESTATR Iasur;noe rnd Collcclton Affect. Notary t'ublio with Sj.i1. Brockway ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 11 October 1883

The Weekly Expositor J. A. Mekzies, Editor and Manager. BUOCKWAY CENTRE, MICH NOTES Of THE DAI. The Gtrmau press describe a pro ject for establishing a co-operative union to supp'.v officers of tho German army and narv and their families with all tho physical requirements and luxurio of life. Tho headquarters and supply .lonnts of tho union will bo in Berlin, where it is proposed also-to build as club-houso and a lodging house ior vis iting oilicei. Tlio taking of ono share, costing ten marks (2 .r0) payable iu nstalnients. vili entitle to membership. The project is said to have tho cordial approval of tho Emperor, anil thero is every reason to suppose that it will be successfully carried out. The Woman's Christian Temperance Union of tho state of New York, which held its annual convention in Tough keepsio last week, resolved to petition tho next Legislature to require in every school supported by public 'money in struction in physiology anil hygiene, with special refcrenco to tho e...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 11 October 1883

AN INCOMPLETE KEYELATION. While Qaaktr folk were Quakers e t ill, omo nity yeare ago, When coats wero drab and eowns Vitro plain aud speech was staid and slow, Before Dame Vaahloa dared suggest a single frU or curl. There dwelt, 'mid Penflelu'i peaceful shades, an oiatimo ijuakcr girl. Ruth Wilson's garb was of her sect Devoid of iuroelows. She spoke rebuke to vat-ity, from lounet to her toes; Sweet red bird was she, all disguised in feath ers of the dove, With dainty foot and perfect form and eyf s that dreamt of love. Sylvanus Moore, a bachelor of forty years or so, A quaintly pious, weazened soul, with beard and hair of tow, And queer thin legs and tliultllng walk and drawilnjr, nasal tone, Was prompted by the Sp'rit to make tbW maid his own. lie knew It was the Spirit, for he felt it in his treatt As oft before in meeting time, and, sure of his request, Procured the permit in Que form. On Fourth day of that week He let Ruth know the message true that he was moyed to speak. "Ruth...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 11 October 1883

Leers. -HoEtr. Jr.30u Clark will move toTenueseso nftr Ho rvru- ".'' l.'.'.ini i( Hipf.; i-c is arc in ECSS'na :t IVl t UuiCll. Henry U:i-. f Myrtl Ont., is Visit iii?r at, .1. SS. DufiVa. I'rrd A. Uuker, of Port llurou, visited iioif hin:i!j tlio fair. .Mm P. Sonboin, of Pert Huron nttnukd uur fair this .ccU. .Jca AKhliriJfire h;ia our thanks for a brt.-lu't of line enow nppleo. lS"ne Kit'ly, of Kosconimon, anil Fml Cmriov, of'Alinont, nttciulo;! the fair. Mr. Wm Brown has returned homo from her visit to friends in Al leua. , Geo II. Mustard has returned from Canada. Ho cays tlie oi l sod looks natural. Michaels dances on "Wednesday cind Thursday evenings wcro well pat ionizcJ. S. h. Patientine, of Tort Huron and Sam Clray, of l'tck, were In town tbis v o lc. --On account of a rush of job work this week we have been forced tone gleet our local columns. A cood many of the visitors to the fair pasoid remark's on Iho dilapidat ed Btalo of the siuewnlKs about town. J.'ia. Ferguson and ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 18 October 1883

Weekly Exp 'OSITO A LIVE PAPER MAXES A LIVE TOWN. Vol. II No 2a. BROCKWAY CENTRE, MICH., OCTOBER 18, 18G3. Price, 81.00 a Year. Thg Weekly Expositor. A Bed Hot, Aggressive ami Pro gressive Journal for Live, Enterprising Headers. o rUJBLiSHED ON THURSDAYS. . o $1 a Yeah COo fob Six Montiis SOg fob Thbkis Month. J a ft. A. Mknzif.s, Editor Ss Manager, OHUKCII DHIECTOIIY Methodist Protestant Church. Bervicas alternately at 10:30 o'clock a.m.. and 7 fata. Kev V. v. CL.AKK. rustor. fiumlojr School at 3 p. m. C. D. VANDERLIP. Superintendent. Methodist Episcopal Church. Son-fees alternately at 10:!n. m. nnd 7 p. m. Ilev A. J. HOLMES, rnstor. EuDday School at d p. m. C. COOPER, iuperiaiteudent. Cfrurch of Christ nt the A. C, ChajeL Services at 11 a. in. Rahhath School at 3 n. in CEUycr weutlnjj every Tlmreday evening 7:30. BUSINESS DIltECTOUY. DIU Ju MITCHELL. Dtt. O. 6. m:y. 3Dra. 3Mi.-bch.oll & 3Joy, Physicians & Surgeons, BBOCKWAY CENTIiC. MICHIGAN. DEALER IN- REAL ESTATE. Insura...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 18 October 1883

The Weekly Expositor fair J. A. Mesziks, Editor and Manager. BROCKWAY CENTRE. MICH day. NOTES OF THE DAY. Fuom every. village and city in the still .i-t noiiion the reporter increase tu . t. mifilifl schools. This is . tenuanvu iu v x - verv gratifying, and b indicative of the ereat good to b expecicu irom nf ornament of the compuUori ful enforcement school law. n.,.., thn rnst summer, tires in tho forests of the far Northwest have tie stroyed timber to tho value of about $500,000. -For tho whole couutry tho annual loss from this cause amounts to millions of dojlars. . And it all proceeds from sheer carelessness. day ful. aw. rsnvpiiKon BuTLEit will mako two speeches a day from now till tho close h mnairn. traveling around in - 5al ar and orating from the plat- tnr.m TIo will not attempt lengthy and elaborate efforts as a rule; but there n an v more in less are lew mvu j limo than Governor Sutler. Two courts-one in New York and the other in Philadelphia -have lately decided that whe...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 18 October 1883

IN NUTTING TIME. 1T HELEN irERIWlT. Throunh the last splendor of royal October, u- .i.im w . v, ,.f t.o.ilrlnir Una fannPll- Forth to tbe woodland the ma.l g caiiers hasten Deeply Intent on the harvest at hand. Upon the hill, where sumacu sun iwbui;, Tho' dimmed by that envious fellow J nek Frost, . , Her where the brook flaunts by, Us sheeny Oliver su goiueu ana seine eiuuuoocu Down la the dtlt, where mellow light lingers Lovingly over the grave of the rose, E very w hereevery w here - hurry lug fl ngcrs Tirelessly searching, new wcmhi disclose- Queer, little three-cornered treasures that nestle 8oberlv, humbly, among tho bright leaves Modest, brown Jackets, to chudtoh rye Than all the gay glow of the sheltering sneaves. Bending and bowlDg, the stately old beeches Hustle a welcome thro' all of their clan : 'Plenty of nuts for you, dear little maiden, Plenty for ym, too, brave little men ! Bee how we scatter them boughs overladen Long to be free of them catch, If you can ! Gather th...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 18 October 1883

OORRESPONDENCS. YATMJY CBNTBIS. Geo Ethcringlott is Luilding an ad Aitioii to hlj blacksmith shop and pro poses to carry on wagon and carriage making in connection. The Mossrs W. & S Eihcrington will begin sawing abinglvs in a few d:iys. The grist mill Is ki-pt running night unl day mott of tlio time. J. D. Canton has bought It. IL Ev ans' hotel propel ty in Krowu City and will move thcro coon. Isaac Swan has moved, into his hotel hero ud is doing n good business. J. II. Beckett and wlfa are visltiDg friends in Canada. John Makollm is the station agent here now, Mr. Ueokett having re signed. John Clinic, of Lynn, has purchased a house and lot In the vill&go and con templates opening up a store. II. Michaels is runniag his planing mill again. A great many of the bey3 h&ve gone to the lumber woods. Our school is progressing rapidly. R. T. Willoughby, of Lycn, is wield ing the birch. He is proving himself an cillcient teacher. Scribe. l'argo Flickering. There a an assembly ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
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