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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 27 July 1882

Weekly OSITOR imin Minium inn mm irrTriiri'v!icqyriiiii iiiiii iiamw1 iwi m riwmyii i i i miwir rTrTi nirmi 1 ti n A LIVE PAPER MAKES .A LIVE TOWN. Vol. l,No. 11. BROOKWAY CENTRE, MICH., JULY 27, 1882. Price, $1.00 a Year. The Weekly Expositor. A Kel Hot, Aggressive ainl Pro 'gtvssive Journal for Live, Enterprising Headers. PUBLISHED OX THURSDAYS. t i. Ylau Got; roi: Six Months yc I'ou Tiiijkk .Months. Dei. T. Sirrrov, .Ias. A. M i:zii:, Proprietor. Kditorfc Manager. advi:htisin(; HATF.S. 1 Inch card mie year & r oo 1-8 :oluinn aclv one year 12 00 1-4 " 44 20 00 1-8 :',( 00 1-2 " oo 1 44 44 oo Business locals ft cents per line. CIIPIU'Il DIIIKCTOKY. Methodist Protestant Church. Service alternately at 10::io o'clock n. m.. and 7 p. m. liev C. 11. CLA.KK. Pastor. Sunday School at i p, in. J. S. DUFI 'IK, t'MM'iilt"lll!fll(. Methodist UpUropal Church. fcervlcs alti'nuitclv at lo::jn M. in. n1 7 p. in. lifv (". W. H.YItSHMAX. Victor. Sunday School at i p. in. t". (.' M'Klf, Ktlprl'i...

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 July 1882

WEEKLY EXPOSITOIl. DEL T. 6UTTON, Publishes. TJROCKWAY CENTER, MICH NiiHS OiiJLU WEEK. MICTTTaAW. The Chicago and West Michigan railway da pot at Grind Haven burned Saturday night. 1 be fire was started by a cigar stub la a saw dust spittoon. Loss on building about $l,2-0; amount of freight in the depot not known Wo Insurance. Robert Wilson, locomotive foreman at the Grand Trunk Junction, was run over by Mrs and fatally injured, on the 17th. A correspondent of the Free Press thluks Reed City gives promise of becoming the bub. It now bas seven churches, and 80 buildings are In the course of erection, the majority of which are being constructed with an eye to permanence and architectural beauty John Hunt of Middlesex, Canada, foreman In Russell Bros.' shingle mill, Manistee, while at tempting to remove a belt, was drawn against shaft and killed. Francis Graves,of the Plain Dealer, Hasting, has been complained of In the United States District Court for circulating otocene litera ture t...

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 July 1882

HYMH TO TAB FLOWERS. Day-start that ope your frowulJiH eye to twlokle ... From rainbow galaxies of eirth s creation. And dew dropaou Iter lonely altars'sprlnkle At a libation. Ye matin workhlperal who beading lowly Before the uprlaeu tun, God's lldless eye. Thrown from your chalices a tweet and holy Inoeuae on nigh. Ye bright Mosaics! that with atorled beauty, The door of Nature's temple teasalate What numeroua emblema of Instructive duty Your forms create! 'Neath cloistered bought, each floral bell that awlngeth. And tolls Its perfume on the pausing air, Makes Babbatu lu the fields, and ever rlngeth A call to prayer. Not to the domes where crumbling arch and nolunin Attest the feebleness of mortal baud. But to that fane most catholic and solemn Which Hod hath planned. To that cathedral boundless as our wonder, Whose quenchless lamps tue sun and moon choir the wind and waves-Its organ thunder-Its dome the sky. There as In solitude and shade I wander, Through the green aisles, or str...

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 July 1882

tssm iMHmmm rrriqprmnri mrr CORRESPONDENCE. l'eck N'otc, Vv'e are having Rood hay wea'her at present. The farmeri have commenced har vesting their wheat iri'thls Vicinity. The baseball match played at Drock way (Vntirt on the 21st of July be tween I In V.Ui Hangers and Jlrockway Centre Victors came olt well. The score stood 2 to l:) in favor of tho Victors. A return match will be played at Peck, on August rih, when, we hope, our boys will have better 8U0'wn. Miss Allie (bmlncr. of (Jlencoe, Out., in visit I up: iriemU in this place. Mr and Mrs Hisey, of this place, have removed t) lirockway Centre. Mr Hisey will bo greatly misled at this place as a good honorable citizen. Uraiit Centre. Fine prospects for the fanners this year. Tho school house is being repainted and pitting h jeneral cleaning up. J Cary U making extensive improve ments on tho Hill place. (JiuJner is pushing work pretty live ly on the new town hall. Dr Campbell i.i of the opinion that his .'5-year-old (Gold Dust) ca...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 3 August 1882

XP.OSITOB, A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. Vol. l,No. 12. BKOOKWAY CENTRE, MICH., AUGUST 3, 1882. Price, $1.00 a Year. BE! S' 1' The Weekly Expositor. A Red Hot, Aggressive and Pro gressive Journal for Live, Enterprising Headers. o PUBLISHED OX THURSDAYS. $1 a Ykak G()(! vun Six Months 39c foi: Tiikku Months. .Dei. T. SiTros, .T.vs. A. Mi:nzii:s, Proprietor. Editor it Manager. ADVUUTISINC; RATI!. 1 inch card one year $ 3 00 1-8 column adv one year 12 00 1-4 " 20 00 1-8 " . so 00 1-2 " :;r, 00 1 " " 0" 00 Business locals 3 cents per line. church DiiiKcrouY. .Methodist Protestant Church. Service alternately nt 10::10 oYlork ft. in., niul T p. 111. llev V. U. CLAltlv rastor. Barwlny School at 2 p. in. J. S. IiUFFIE. SiiH'iiiitcn(lcnt. Methodist I2pi.icoal C'liurcli. Service alternately nt lolOu. in. nid 7 p. m. Kv C. W. IIAKS1IMAN. Pastor. 8andny ScIkh.I ut 2 p. in. V. COOPER. Ktiiieiiiitendent. C'liurcli ofl-'hrlat at the A. ('.Chapel. Hen-ice at 11 a. in. Knhlmth School nt 3 p. in. P...

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 August 1882

WEEKLY EXPOSITOR. DEL T. 6UTTON, Pcbushbb. BROCKWAY CENTER, MICH yum; of the weesc. MICHIGAN. A. A. Hemmlngway confessing im plicatlon In the Cold water Incendlaty fin, has been adinUted to 1 1,600 ball with two sureties. The Question bas been eltfut months la the the court securing the pi tweat etatus. The Lee House at Oscoda, three toriea nigh, baa Just burned at a loss of 10, r 000 and lldbt Insurance. Jacob Kite, at North Branch, suffered two sonous hurts. While shingling on a b-une roof a blow on the bead with a hammer s'un ned him, and while oooonsoions be rolled off the roof, breaking bis bick. His reooveiy Is t doubtful. Lucius Fitch, a prominent citizen of FentoB, was stricken with apoplexy lastFrldry, and diad from a second attack witliln three days He was buried on the 25th. The town of Deerfield, near Lapeer, reports a cane of small pox. Daniel Goggins of Grand Rapids, who Is about ($5 years of age, committed the crime at uxoricide on the 24th by stabbing bis wife severa...

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 August 1882

THE FAUM. The'jBeo Pastures of Mt. Shasta, ' ' . Sh wta is a firo-mountaln, created by a suceeion of erup'Ionsof ashes and molten lava, which, ilowing over the lips of its several craters, grew outward and upward like the trunk of a knotty exogenous tree. Then followed a strange contrist. The glacial winter came on,, loading the cooling mountain with ice which flowed slowly outward in every direction, radiating from the summit in the form of one vast conical glacier a down-falling mountain of ice upon a fountain of smoldering fire, crushing and grinding for centuries its brown tiinty lavas with incessant activ ity, and thus degrading and remodel ing the entire mountain. When, at length, the glacial period began to draw near its close, the ice-mantle was grad ually melted oil around the bottom, and, in receding and breaking into its frag mentary condition, irregular rings and heaps of moraine matter were stored upon it Hanks. iTue glacial erosion -of most of the Shasta lavas produced...

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 August 1882

CORRESPONDENCE. Mlixlt-n liiruiurliigM, The now Post Ollko Is progressing finely, elau or it. Tlie church lell was taken down last week to cive nlace for a better one. Jlev Kettes had no service last Sab bath morning. Was assisting in quarterly meeting: on Deckerville charge. Track laying is progressing rapidly on the Pt Austin division of the l't II. & N. "W. It. It. The engine is running as far as Tyre, and will be at Had Axe in about twenty days. Miss llettes is visiting her friends in Had Axe. Minden will sink an Artesian well on the corner, for the beneiit of our village. Good idea. The M. E. church have purchased a site for a parsonage on the west Bide of church. Will erect a building this season. ltev I. N. Elwood, former Piesiding Elder of l't Huron district was In town this week. If you do not build a jail and shut up our drunken men I shall call it a bob-tail, worth no more than a setting hen. More to follow. Sckiha. Spring Hill. Drlaywl Correspondence Oh how warm. Far...

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 August 1882

W EEKLY EXPOSITOR A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. Vol. l,No. 13. BROCKWAY CENTRE, MICH., AUGUST 10, 1882. Prico, $1,00 a Year. The Weekly Expositor. A Red Hot, Aggressive and Pro gressive Journal for Live, Enterprising Headers. 3 PUBLISHED OX THURSDAYS. $1 a Ykar GOo kok Six Months 3c von Tnm:i: Months. Del T. Slttox, Jas. A. Mkxzies, Proprietor. Editor & Manager. ciiuitcn DiniKyroiiY. Methodist Protestant Church. Services alternately at 10::ii o'clock a. in., and 7 p. m. Kev C. 11. CLAKIv. l'astor. 8uniay Sahool at p. m. J. S. DUFKIE, SuptTiiitciulent. Methodist Episcopal Church. Sorrices alternately at 10:110 a. tn. and 7 p. m. RevC. V. HA1W1I.MAN, Pastor. Sunday School at i p. m. O. COOl'KK. Superintendent. Church of Christ at the A. C, Chapel. Services at 11 a. ra. Sabbath School at 3 p. m. Trayer meeting every Thursday evening 7:). BUSINESS DIRECTORY. SL. BALLENTINE JL CO.. Wholesale . anJ Retail dealer in Dry (od, Hoots A bhces, Ready Male Cl dhinir. Ham. Cans, Ac Tea r Bp...

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 August 1882

WEEKLY EXPOSITOR. DEL T. SUTTON, Publisher. BItOCKWAY CENTER. - MICH MJiiua Wi'.'J.i heqlT Lawrence & Chapln, at Kalamazoo, are manufacturing tbe largest puddling ma chine la the world for the Cbapla pnuematlo works at Chicago, (or the manufacture of steel and lion bj the new procoss, directly from pig Iron. Burdick Potter of Fen ton, has been oonrloted of assaulting his wife, and fined f 60 and costa. The case baa bea appealed. The parties were married only last December. A Muskegon dog, last week, attacked lrcular saw, which he thought was putting n too man airs, la a saw mill. The fight was Jfels for a few seconds: when the dog retired with one leg sawed off, hla throat cut, his note split, his teeth all gone, with t her Injuries. A son of L. V. Curry, Fenton, while playing around a freight train fell and broke both bones of his leg. A fire in Fort Qratiot destroyed f 15,000 worth of property. The McArthor House, Wyman's grocery, etc., are among the buildings burned. The bodi...

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 August 1882

AN OPEN LETTE& Some Outspoken Statements of Graet Value from Parties ot the Highest Standing. When the people of America become bo thoroughly aroused, anl on a sub ject of such scrims imtortance as the preservation of their Urea and health, It is but natural that the ones who have been largely instrumental in the origin of this movement should speak frank ly and directly to the people most in terested. It is for this reasou that we thus come before the public and make the following revelations. Every careful observer who has sought to keep pace with the march of events has noted the alarming increase of certain peculiar physiclal troubles within the past few years. These troubles have come at unexpected mo ments and in a most treacherous way. They have manifested themselves in innumberable forms, but they have al - ways had the same cause. They have not afflicted the minor parts of the body, but have gone direct to the strongholds of the system and their work has usually been as...

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 August 1882

CORRESPONDENCE. Crant Centre Wheat is very much damaged by constant rain. 1 5u!ty is very ripe but the farmers are afraid to cat it until the weather settles. llev S.Hiloy received a unanimous call to return to the Circuit for another year, Thomas Myron was elected delegate to the annual con ference. Kugene Carey returned home a lew u:yH since wuii nis imuo ana wo wish them both along and happy life. Harris the foundry man in addi tion to his already larre and still in creasing buisness n handling one of the best implements in the spring tooth line ever offered to the public. Lincoln Avery was elected a mem ber of the county school Hoard in the place of Hiram Amies. We be leive he is fully competent for the position. i-prliiT HHI. Vfo vm a heavy shower of rain on the "Ih also heavy wiml. A barn on the farm of IT. flarllett was blown down ami other damage done-. T. Ilobuwn was in the barn at the time but escaped without a scar. Fall wleat is flowing badly in the skeaf and some will n...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 17 August 1882

Weekly XPOBITO ID II IHHII'IHI II 1 "I'll! I II III "I II lill I I Minn ! Iilll I MIHI A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. Vol. 1, No. 14. BROCKWAY CENTRE, MICH., AUGUST 17, 1882. Price, $1.00 a Year. The Weekly Expositor. A lied Hot, Aggressive .and Pro gressive Journal for Live, Knterprising Headers. PUBLISHED OX THURSDAYS. $1 a Ykaii GOo von Six Months Ut0 von TllKKK MoXTIW. DjclT. Sutton, .Ias. A. Micnziks, Proprietor. Kditor& Manager. CIIUHCII DUlKCTOlir. 3Iethdit Protestant Church. Services Rltenmtolv tit 10:30 o'clock a. m.. ami 7 f. in. Iter U. 11. CL.V11K, 1'antor. Sunday School at 2 p. in. J. S. DUFFIK, Superintendent. Methodist Uitlxropul C'htirch. Services alterimtclv nt 10;)n. m. and 7 p. m. KevC.W. H.VKS1IMAN, Pastor. Sunday School at 2 p. in. C. COOPKK, Superintendent. Church of Christ at the A. C, Chapel. Services at 11 n. m. SuMiatii School nt 8 p. m. Trayer meeting every Thursday eeiilnt? BUSINESS DIHECTOJIV. SL. BALLENTINK Jb CO.. Wholesale , and Retail kaltr in D...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 17 August 1882

WEEKLY EXPOSITOR. DEL T. SUTTON, Publisher. BROCKWAY CENTEIt, - MICH MlClI'lUAJ. J. V. Johnson, formerly editor of the Charlotte Leader, will start a new paper at St. Louis, Mich-, to be called tne Gratiot Count; Democrat. An unfortunate accident occurred to Mr Ed. Driggs, of Palmyra, who fell Monday while getting oat of a buggy in Adrian, and cut a bad gash over one temple as she struck her face on the stone sldswalx. Trade In Portland has received a set back from the small-pox scare. The streets, usually thronged all day, were almost entirely deserted. Adolph Fremont, was scuffling In the Mason Lumber Company's sav mill, at Alpena, when his foot caght In the line rollers gearing, and was torn from the leg. Amputation had to be performed afterwards close to the ankle. Lumber merchants going to Alpena purchase lumber find It difficult to get their orders filled, as the mills hate their lumber mostly contracted for. One buyer last week was unable to get his order filled, and left 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 August 1882

Home Statistics. Our breadstuff exports for the past fiscal year amounted to $176,977,490 in value, against 1265,561.091 the previous year, a decrease of $88,523,595. Of this decrease $05,449,862 was in wheat and flour. During the past eight months our exports of provisions and tallow have fallen off $22,794,605 as compared with the year before. During the past fiscal year we exported in wheat and flour, reduced to wheat, 118, 656,649 bushels against 186.321354 bushdi in 1880-1, 180,304,180 buRhels In 1879 80. 147,687,650 bushels In 1878 9, and 90,167,959 bushels in 1877 8. In these five years we sent abroad 723.137, 792 bushels of wheat, flour included. In the five ye irs 1877 81 we produced 8.111,622,864 bushels of wheat, the average atuouut retained at home an nually being about 276.000,000 bushels. During the past five years we have sent abroad 404,984,290 bushels of corn. Our export et corn last year was only 43,148.888 bushels, or less than half what it was in each of the two ...

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 August 1882

-tiemntxxMm CORRESPONDENCE. Mlnrfcit Murmuring. The rain is subsiding. Pont whine so about your grown wheat. Feed tlio worst to your horses ami sell your oats. Feed it to your hors and sell your peas mm corn. If vou are determined to draw in your grain on the .Sabbath, attend church before commencing, just enough to take the curse off. David Ilaviiand's horse lost an eye. consequently the gentleman feels bad. ev .Tohn Andrew of Tyre preached in the M. E. church in exchange with ltev J. liettes hist Sabbath. The latter preaching at Tyre and Ubley. Mr Yorks grain elevator is progress ing rapidly and will soon be ready. Another bell has come for the M. K. church m place of the one returned. It is a lino toned bell, and gives gener al satisfaction. It was purchased from Henry McShone & Co Baltimore. The cucumber season is in full blast. Keep a good supply of pain killer at hand. The M. E. church at Tyre and Ubley are being pushed foward with speed and will 1)6 ready for dedication e...

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 August 1882

w EEKLY XPOBITOR. A A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. Vol. 1,No. 15. BROCKWAY CENTRE, MICH., AUGUST 24, 1882. Price, 81.00 a Year. X The Weekly Expositor. A Red Hot, Aggressive and Pro gressive Journal for Live, Enterprising Readers. PUBLISH EI) OX THURSDAYS. $1 Ykau tiQc ion Six Months 8f0 run Tuulk Months. DklT. Sl'TTOX, .Ia.H. A. MliNZILS, Proprietor. Editor & Manager. ciiukcii DiiiKtrroiiY. Method Ut Protectant Church. brricei alurnntrlv at 11;) oYlock a. in., and 7 9. m. lioy C. 11. C'LAKK. Pastor. Suit; School at 'i p.m. J. 8. DU r F1K, Superintendent. Methodist KpNcopal Chiirrn. Sarrlots alternately At 10:i n. in. mil 7 p. in. ltev V. W. 1UK.S1IMAN, Ptor. gaaday School at i p. m. C. COOPKK. Superintendent. Church of t hrift at the A. C, Chapel, Serylcuaat 11 a. in. Pabbnth School at 3 p. m. Frajrer nieotinx every TliurHilny e ve iiing 7:W.. BUSINESS DIItKCTOKY. SL. BAI.LKNTINK A CO.. WhoWe . and UHil d i!r ! Dry U 'Oil, Moot A Shcea, Ueady Ml Ci'tUinvr, Jl, C!e, &e. Tea...

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 August 1882

WEEKLY EXPOSITOR. DEL T. SUITON, rrELisrrE BROCKWAY CENTER, - MICH MICHIGAN. It is proposed to establish a big agri cultural michlnery factory at Marshall. A little son of Ward Moore attempt ed to board a nand car at Katon Itapids -na was run over and killed. Johnie Grant, Bay City, aged 12 yeais, aud a B n of John Uraut, was shot dead recently, a bullet from a weapon In the hands of an unknown person strikinz blm In the temple near the eye. He never spoke af ter the shot was fired, and therefore nothing of the affair cnuld be learned from him. At tbe time he was s'ttUng whtttliag on the door of tbe bouse of a neighbor named Gosling. Gosling bad experienced trouble with a neigh bor named ttlmd, aud the enmity extended to the chilJrei. Theraare reasons for sus pecting that Rivurd'a sou, who Is about Grant's age, did the shooting, hiving mistaken blm for Gosling's bod. The commencement exercises at the Agricultural college, Linslcg, cloeed, the claee consisting of 28 mambers. J ude We...

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 August 1882

TR1VEL. I sit at horns la an easy chlr, Willi au excellent hadMl llzht. And trophlcal warmih pernd- ibealr From ttu buruloir ot anthracltt; . . As evtmtDK brlDija a Krateful rat To body and tntnd and baud?, Of all delicate 1 deem It best To Journey to foreign land. I bare no need of a atately -Lip, No fear of a rollluu sea; Iu cho-n books I tak3 my trip Wltb the goduwt cunipaoy; And whether i read of southern eklea Or the wealthy of an EABtern port, I nay see the world through an autboi t Moy'iwcll in a camp or court. Through-wonderful eketcb-books that belong To an artist friend of mine I tIbU the place" of legend and song Bo famous along the Rhine. I breathe the spirit of old romance As I sail the Northern huIv, I tread the tine-clad valee ot 1 ranee, And look for aj castles In Spain. The eon? of Venetian rou dollars. As they guide their moonlit boats, Iseeuitohear.ortbe mountaUwre Tyrolean echo notes. I may see the heathei's purple plumes , Among the bauks and braes, Or wonder wh...

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 August 1882

CORRESPONDENCE. 'Mtndfu Murmur liijta. Mr and Mrs Ashbrook, from I mil an;i are visiting their tliiujbter Mia C. (Jorner of Miuden. Last wcok he hugged the servant glii at the loariHiis house. ThU week, hii wifo cuwo and it put a lilTere:it lac on affairs. Mis James 11. Moore of lirockway is spending u few days h.-ro with her husbanJ, who repitaonis the Law ton Fannina Mill Coin this secton. The boys tsettleil up their affair somehow, and m c are going to have a band. Wednesday evening was their maiden effort. Such a uobo. Hut then I would n t advise the people to leave town. They will do better after a littlo more nrm-tice. That Arteiian WeU is being sunk opposite the M. E. church. Mr James llaviland gives the ground. Procter and Krskine, ao putting uu their ilr.st brick kiln which will Le ready for burning in a few days. 1'ev T. G. Potter presiding Elder of It Huron I)i3t was in town .Thursday evening and held a business lmeting of the ehuuh. llev F. W. Vertican of the United Pres...

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