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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 22 January 1885

XPOS -1 A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. Vol. Ill No 36. BROCKWAY CENTRE, St. Clair County, Mich., JANUARY 22, 1885. Price, $1.00 a Year. ITOR veeKiy Expositor. A lWd Hot, Aggressive and Pro ' gressive Journal for Live, VI n to q r isi n g I toad o rs. rUHLlSHET) ON TIIUUSDAYS. $1 a Yeak OQc fob Six Months ::oe ion Tiikkk Months. Jab. A. Mi:n'Zii:s,. Editor fc Proprietor CHURCH DIllEOTORV Jlctliodlst t'rotcslant Church. Service alternately at 10:.0 oVIoi-k a. and tp. iu. IU'V J. V. UU.l. i nxior. Surnluy (School at 3 p. in. J. A. MORUIIX. jSi!printendent. Methodist I2pIropal Ctmrrn. Cervices alternately at 10;:P;i. in. awl 7 p. m. Ktv A. J. IIOLMKH. I'listor. Sunday School ut -J p. m. C. COOl'Klt. SniM-rmtendent. Church of Christ at tho A. C, Chapel. Services at 11 a. m. Bublmth School at p. m, Prayer meeting every Thursday evening 7:w. C iurc r.t Christ Mcncrcy tinriteis. Worship Lord's Vty nuiriiln: at 10:3), mid preaching every alternate Sunday evening at 7 o'clock hy i:i.Wr it. 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. — 22 January 1885

The Weekly Expositor J. A. Mbvzlks, Editor and Prop. BROCK WAY CENTRE, - MICII H0TE3 Of THE DAY. Mn. E. P. Roe's new sorial story, Dnven Back to Eden," will begin in tho February St. Nicholas. The Novembek Century in on the press for tho fourth time. The first edition of tho February number, contain log Gen. Grant's Shiloh," will bo 175,000. Senator Cockrell of Missouri has a bPl beforo Congress to amend the act placing colored troops ou the same footing as to bounty as other soldiers by making it apply to tho heirs of all colored soldiers who may have died and were killed while in the military tser ioo of the United States The Princes Edward and George, sons of the Prince of Wales, aspire to literary fame and are writing an ac count of their voyage around the world. Tho work is based upon diaries kept by the princes and will bo ready for publi cation in April. It will be in two volumes and be profusely illustrated. TnE will of tho late George Gardner, a millionaire of Boston, leave...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 22 January 1885

Tcnnjraonlan "Freedom." Ifc-ottliat poem. Jack, you scut; Amandr riKt it to me, I llkiHl tho title: 'Freedom" always was a theme hut drew 1110, Au' quick tw 'Mainly shouted It, It tot my car a-tiURle, An then, oz I "Here's iomethln now that's wuth that cockney's Jingle." Then 'Mandy reelel her off she's sot on Ten nyson, the critter An' huin-ty-tuin the went along: till I'd a mind to hit her; For forty foot of rhyme she slung-, an metre in proportion. An never fetched tho text, I'm blowedl a bony-fide abort Ion 1 "That's so like Tennyson," sex she, with man ner rather riawdlin'; It's good an 'Maud'," Pes I, "You'ro right; It's positively maud-lin." 'Of course," eez she. "his iddyums are what I'd call efrxotiel" 'You call "em iddyums?" eez I; "I call 'em id- dyotlo." Why, Jack, Just take tho stars an' stripes, the goddess an' the eagle. An' sot 'cm down beside them lines that's writ by poet regul. An' they could pick and sort the stuff till doomsday war a flxtur'. An never reco'nlzo ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 22 January 1885

WM. H. Carriage and (formerly carried 1 x GW liEU., ArrrioNKKR, Rroclwny , . - . .!r.- i. l.vl K-tate, Irsoual or ihtR'"1 "i ''' rr ii.i iiiy a'ten-d to. Ori1r iri'iih.oiliuil! receive prompt atteiitio i (.' .n si'Oiidi'in'o mlii'ited. t Mian Send klx cents l"ir po-ta;-e., and re A rHIi '"Hve I'roc.iio.-silv box of good which I a i,0jp yOU t more money, fifth, away th.in nuUiiiiiK 'No w tltU wido world. All of either kox. sneered (win the tlr-t hour. Ine brofid ro:i I to fortune, open before ih workers, absolutely Miw. A i on.-o ruldrem, Tuva and Co., AujusIh, 'Maine. CARRIAGE & WAGON WORKS. Tha u I. i j,u-d would re-peettV.ly inform the public ol this vicinity thut lie is prepared to do a! i k wU of woi k in hi line. All work warranted, mi I do it myself. Thos. Darcy, BROCK WAY CF.XTKG. MICHIGAN. Iluviu? liiltd up ny LuiUinjr, liret dr sort h of l. M lis' grocery store, I will open , out a lnrn n..t it of noveities M.uilly kepi ( . n a 9J (.Viit Store. 1 invite all lay friends ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 29 January 1885

EEKLY EXPOSITOR. ! 1 U A LIVE PAPER MAKES A. LIVE TOWN. Vol. Ill No '37. BROCKWAY CENTRE, St Clair County, Mich., JANUARY 29, 1885. Price, $1.00 a Year. Tin Weakly Exposiior. A tted Hot, Aucgivhc and Pro grrssivu Journal lr hive, Knt'qniuu; lv'rvk'is.. IMHUSIIF.H ON' TJlCI'.s'ftAYS. 1 :Y:.ut run Six Tto.siiis ;.'. rm; Tm:t.i: Months. t.. D .HL i: G, A. TtU'K TRUE BROS. P21AND CHINA PIGS, Armada, Mien. tfn' mile north went of the village. Wf hav a Finn Lot ofgprin Ptf For 8al GRAND MASQUERADE CARNIVAL Jjv. A. Ml-NZIKS, K.dilnr 1- Proprietor. 300 I'.'.H M.U lllV :ui:ticti nn;i;vmiiY .HctlonH-t lroti hiuiiI tliurclt. vii-. H lt.n u-l.v :i 1D: V i.VJ n k u. ra.. and ijnv .1 v. iiiiai ratiior. .-. ..t ; 1 J. . i : Siiix'i iiucudent. I ',lsci;iiil t'lliiirti. li-lhntlit 'jiTvi' 1 iuitI v ru H'-Mii. in. find T p. m. lii'i- a. J. lIul.MHS. Pastor. Still. lav Scli-K-'l at - - C .Ul'LU. fujivrlnieiKliint. 1 hurcli ot I'lii Ui nt Hit- a 1", i.'li;tpel. Si'nii'esnt 11 n. SuHWuth Solicit at 3 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. — 29 January 1885

The Weekly Expositor J. A. Mbxzies, Editor and Prop. HROCKWAY CENTRE, - M1CII Oxford had a $ 1.0C0 liro on tho 19th. A test salt well is to bo sunk at Tort Huron. About 400 of tho prisoners confined n the Ionia prison have mtbiog to do. Tho supervisors of Jackson county will cot pay the board bill of tbe Crouch jury. Thompson P. Sinclair, for 30 years a dispenser of justice in Grand Hapids, is dead. Miss Frank Chandler, a Coldwater lady, has invented several surgical in struments. W. II. Allen of Dpwagia'c hns been arrested for sending obscene llteraturo through tbo mails. David McLaughlin has been nomi nated for collector of customs for tho Grand Haven district. George Pi bblo, son of the Livingston county farmer where tho charivari tragedy occurred, is under arrest. Tho Honso committeo on commerco decided to reject a bill providing for a lighthouse at tho Grand Maraia, Mich igan. Philanthropic citizens of Grand Rap ids havo organized a citizens' bureau to furnish employment to tho...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 29 January 1885

'The Mill lias finut Down."- "Tho mill has shut downl Good Gol, shut downt" Mko err of flood or II ro. the cry " Runs swifter tbun lijrtitning- through the town: "The mill has sb-ut down! Good God, shut downt" Men nintr tholr hand, and look at tho sky; Voincn fall fainting, like dcud tiuy lie. At tho very host thev curnrtl hut lno.i.l With tho mill (-hut down thevM la-tirr ! iiciiii: Lust year, with patlom. it lessnxl wa.ae Tiny helplessly took; U tter than none; More cuIMitii worked, at tenderer age; V.vt-n their mito hcled thu Ii'snoned wajrc; The babies were Iff t tit homo alono. "1'wan rnoiitfh to breult a heart of stone To sit how these iK'oplo worked for broad. with i bo mill bhut... down they'd bettor te . dea41 . , "The mill lias 'bhut, down! '. Good God, shut down!' It has run at a loss thin many a day. Far worse than flood or fire In the town Vt 111 bo famine, now the mill haa shut down. Hut to shut mills down is thoonly way When they run at a Ions, mill-owners say. Rod he...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 29 January 1885

, WM. H. Carriage and (Formerly carried on 'J.J-XluJT G. W. III 'HBiSJOHN HOSKIN. o. i.iti.-o pr.nnut, J ' n w i i it r- .It-ice ii'Hul, ( f tlV O' hmV Kind ii () "rr lfl hi Bi'i'i.iin . (.' . A?a!i'- II "'-"'iii i.i;, v..!i t.. iiL.iv ii.i.nv rij-ri.t irvarthiviim, tl.ii.-.Im'I,. i.i.is ui.tn w..rl.l. Alt; !.f iirh t sx sn..'.-'.l tic.m tl.. tl.-t bi.nr TIm ln'.i:iil r.;iil t.i foi-i mix mwTis Itnf.if" ilm worki-rs, bAollltfl.V s.n-f. At iilivff U liln-ss, TufK ANlC Aiiuriixta. M.iiiD). CAKUI.VUE v. WAGON works: T'i tin Ji r'!K'''I I r.-pi nlu'ly Jn'oitn eiihlif ot 1 1 in v'.ciiiit? hat he in prrpand Io n' k'n.U C wurk in hin iia. All work rr8tite), s I to it iaytlf. Thos. Daroy, ItR'icKW'AY rr.NMSK Ml H!;N. WHERE ARc.YOU GOING? I am Roinsr to h '- Ceot Sto where I cau jjrt ih liikheif price fr Ruttr, Kigs, Poiatoiii, Arp'm, au.l in fact arylhing in tie way ot produce. I hell d'od-rii'". Pry (lodn, Notiou", Can diea, l'liu's Uriid, TilMinj'nta, P.cfuir Franif, ai d o'hi-r arifl to ...

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 February 1885

ITOR A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. Vol.111 No 38. BROCKWAY CENTRE, St. Clair County, Mich., FEBRUARY 5, 1885. Price, $1.0Oa-Yc&r, Thfj Weekly Expositor. A H"1 Hot, Aggressive ami Pro-gn-ssive Journal for Live, Enterprising Itcadcrs. lHTr.i.isiir.i) ox TiirwshAYs. 51 a V::.vi: l.o fok Six Months an,' run Turkic .Mumiis, J a . A. Mfn.iks, -l'Mit4.r'fc Proprietor. ciiriicii dikkctouv .lWHii.tlit Protestant C'Jnircti. SwvieeIi.-i i.utely at lOski oYl..ek a. in.. nd 7 p. m. tj,-v .1. W. tiKAY. Pastor. guudiiv S.-U.m.I at -.'V. " ' A WW"'11?- , Superintendent. Mct!indit 1'pNropal fli n rli. ft.ninN iilHTiintcly at lO-.w k. iii. nml 7 p. ni. Key a. J. lioiir.s. r.isu.r. SiuuIjv Si linil at i. in. l'. rot UT.R. Superintendent. Churrii i.r'l hrlst nt the A. .', t'h;pel. Servl.-i-s i.: ll n. in. S.vlikitli .snoul nt :s i. m. Prayer iii-'t.n,r every Thiu-siUy exenui:; 7:. C nut!. ,,i ( 'iiriot .llnurrV oniem. Worship l.ir.t Uav limrJiia,.' l:a . nn.l rreat-lilii.' '-vo.-y litenmt,- 4?unl...

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 February 1885

The Weekly Expositor J. A. Mexzies, Editor and Prop. DROCKWAY CENTRE, MICH trr jj.cjb: news, Gov. Alcr has appointed Guj M. 'Trowbridgo of Tontiao assistant com missioner of investigation. Stephon Gibson of Traverse City died suddenly a fow days ago whilo having a broken leg dressed. 13attlo Creek bus not decided to build water works, but has decided that if any are built tho estate shall own them. Tat. Brisbin, treasurer of Wilson township, Kalkaska county, has skip ped out with $2,500 of tho peoplo's monej'. Tho eight coal mines in Jackson county producod 125,000 tons of coal in 1884. E. A. Davis of Alpena is under $1,000 bonds to appear for trial on a charge of arson. February 10, tho grand encanapmout of the G. A. 11. will convene in East Saginaw. Mary A. Grcgan of Dearborn suicided nttintr Vior I hrnn.t, with a mzor J.in. 28. ShoTiad not been entirely sane for some timo. Dr. Walker of Glen Arbor. Leclenaw county, claims to have had 120 barrels of cranberries to the aero as his ...

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 February 1885

Spllcod. Eb, but it's cmM ti tit at ono'a door with nc nwn wiie nt one sine, A bowing her what she ought to knowhow cuip-snnpo unoi is uea: So th rope be equally matched, lass. A wlep and a cable won't splice; For tie 'em at neat as you may, the weaker tut iu a iriw . Now twist 'em and twirl 'em and there! What, couldn't you follow my band? Strange! how It's enty to do what a not easy to understand 1 Twas easy our fulling in love but ask how we aja it, ana way? You may answer (for women are clever!) but i can i icu you, not 1 i Then to make sure that the ropes are aplioed, luiiiug em at eitner ena. If the knot be tight and the ropes bo sound there Will be noalln nor rond; There will bo, as It were, one rope, only stronger because it's two, And that's the way It's to always be, my n.auc, wun me ana youi The tugs will come, lass, sure as life, ere our young aavs pass awav. Dudes, drummers, and mashers will flock around our little cottage gay; But I'll harpoon them at every chance; I'l...

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 February 1885

WM. H. Carriage and (Toi-ccily carried V i:..nTM, Mich. Ileal Estate, 1 in. n ut !;.!!.. t sale tronnt!y n'Kn-Vd i-.. , ift" ihisidlli'M will reoive prcmptj" or any OriUrs attend"- C rri s;i'H i1m-.cc MiltciN d. fin 5 for vrkinirtwopli. Snd M cents povi HhLi iiiwl v will mail you tree, a royal. 1 ' tmmplis box of goods tout will Min n i.i iii nv ot lilfKinfT linn ni'nic.v in tt JfjW lUt.- ilcu: y.ii ever though. jK-st-U 1 4; any rtiSl'l'-:: m'.m.I. lit!'.! ICn'.liied. u cm im-n; fcot.if :t"' ' i'fro only. 11,1 time. All "r i., n ,..-x,.w, or all a'.--"-', j,iv ndly suc cessful. ."') cr-it a iu i easily eanu-t cvciy cfn IuK Tfi.it ail who vunt work may le t the- luri B"ss. we ii l.c unparalleled wtTer: Tumi v. In are not II i will sud ?1 i no. .r the trt-ul.i-' of writ uv; w. ruV.prti-ticul.iri.;tii-ttoris. et-.. scut free, immense a r.l soiisjci.v Ure fur nil wl.o stnit nt one-1. Poii t l.-l:i.. AdJross Srisi-'ON ami V, ronland. Maim. ('AIM I AH Fi & WAi;0N WORKS. TiK ur.dtiKatd...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 12 February 1885

W: 7 EXPOSITORS A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. Vol.111 No 39. BROCKWAY CENTRE, St. Clair County, Mipji., FEBRUARY 12, 1885. Price, $1.00 a Year. EE! Th3 Weakly Expositor. A Red Hot, Aggressive and Pro gressive Journal for Live, Enterprising Headers. rilULISIIEI) OX TIiriKSDAYS. $1 x Yeah COo For. Six Mo.vrus 30c von Tiireb Months. J A. A. ! KN.IKS, Editor & Proprietor. CliUKCII lMKKCTOUY Mothodlit Protestant Church. Brv!cc alternately ,;t 10:M oVIoel: a. m.. 7 p. ui. J. W. (iU.W. rust uxtor. Suuduy School fit 2 p. in . mo:;wll. Suporintondunt Mi'thodist IJj!i!roiiil Church. larvloea altanuitoly t IOiJjOii. m. nnd 7 p. m. l'.evA. J. llOl.MM. I'uHior. tnnikv School nt H o. in. C (JOOlTit. riunerintendent. Church ot Christ at tlis A. C, Chapel. Servl'VKif 11 a. :u. H.iWmtlj School ut .1 p. in Prayer m.-Kintc evry Tiuu.duy n e'niiiji 7:1u. C unr oi CUrUt .Meurtyi) Cornem, W.irhio Lm-tl'1 ti.iv morning nt 10;."J. nnd Brpiih'uff vcrv alteroalo Sunday fViiiiiir at 7 o'clic by KMer U. ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 12 February 1885

The Weekly Expositor J. A. Menzies, Editor and Prop. BHOCKWAY CENTRE, MICH NOTES OF THE DAY. A Hint-lock pistol two foot long, brass ornamontod, niado in tho reign of George I., which has seen service in British hands during our revolutionary war ajad tho wars of Napoleon, has boon presented to the Michigan military museum by Representative McNabb, who received it from an English patient somo years ago. Ttje citizens of the two Saginaws evidently do rot tako much stock in he trito old saving "In union thoro is strength." At any rato they ara vigor ously opposing a schonio startod by some one to consolidate tho two towns. No argument of a financial, social or moral character could induco thorn to look favorably upon "such an idoa." A few years ago the peoplo of Pitts burg wero arousod from thoir Rip Van Winklo slumber by tho announcement hat a Michigan Indian princess laid Jaim to a very largo part of tho Smoky City, andjproposed to contest tho matter in tho courts. Well, tho princos...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 12 February 1885

I War the lmri i ln- rm th lYoi-ty wiiy. ' Am.! I c-utoh tho jrliuim .f h ojvIm lu luht. Jirt 4i Kllmpso or a form In Quaker jmiv. AikI tli.'ii, IIi.mIiim- Imiv! In in out of Hljilit iV-u., ;l "., mo uui ih mini, Walio the curly clouri ui-o all it mo nnd pt'iul, Anl ' nir like u wine that Is ln-Mit and And I'm only a jrhi. I think of tho hollows win-in loaves llo ilt-ml; I..." '.H8 MUUIOW8 UKIllll8t the Of tho oool. clear vtivtoh of lihio ovorhoad. And tho low. lutdi nn-atlown lie mttloH liy. I look on tho if iik I will, itu ,i.ivi.. t. ....... ' Whoro tho wlnd-ti'UNts moot to whlstlo und ' And yen, 1 may look for Vila coniinjr luuk, or I in only n jrlrl. I may watch and wait nil day for tho i-lnjr or h s )iflly laythlnira RllKtcnlnR Mod: And. tin sscd In inv itnyoHt, inav sit and t-lnv voi- my work till I lu ar t ho whocl. " hon 1 nhall tho yn o my lu.l. And ho a chock iud a dnxipinir iinl: Aiiil-woll, yon I'm u llttloulad, 'that I'm only Ht:l:i. -Until Hall, in Outing. . THAT GOLD...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 12 February 1885

WM..H. and (Formerly carried on wis. is. -iiinniGF " W, It ELL, Auci-ioNKatt, llrockway 2 VJT. Cantre. M'-ii. Ltate, r-raon . . i . . . . i i.i 0-'r left t th; ofii 'h iH receive prompt O anV HI Hi OT i 1 I'l'MllUllJ a.'illH"u nnniii'i'j, C'Uri';iii Jf-ure solicited. fiat for working iH-npltf. St-nd 1i) cent poa HELr pr. and j will mail you five, a royal. villutbl Miiiiiltf box of good that will put j-ii in the wuv of making wore money In u rew'U.ivs I li:iu oil fTer thought possible tit nr.y tUiin s t'apUitl uot required. You can live nt homeunt work in spate time only, or all ih tliun. All of both Rexes, of till agea. grandly ue-c-M'.il. Si) tents to "i easily earned every even inir. That nil who want work may test ih husi D. mu!:o tliU inipu rn Holed oilVrr Tuullw ho are not well Kxtis tie.l we will send tl to pay for thi trouble of wrii hig uk. Full particulars, duvo ttou.i. etc.. Rent fi.. Immense pay absolutely AUre for all who start at once. Ion't delay. Address Si-jsmon anu ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 19 February 1885

7 KXPO sitor; " a live paper Makes a live town. "yoLIII No 40. BROCKWAY CENTRE,' St. Clair County, Mich., FEBRUARY I 9, 1885. Price, $1.00 a Year. The Weekly Expositor. A Red Hot, Aggressive and Pro gressive Journal for Live, 'Enterprising Readers. z PUBLISH Kl ON THURSDAYS. tl a Yeau COc fob Six Months 30c fou Three Months. Jas. A. .Mknziks, Editor & Proprietor, fllllUCH DIltlXiTOItV Methodist Protestant Church. . Service alternately at 10:50 o'clock a. m.. and 7 p. m. llev J. w. uit.vx. rasior. 8uulftT School at 8 p. in. J. A. MORIULL. t Supeniuendont Methodist ' Kplaropal Churrti. tsrvicea alternately at 10:31 n. m. nnd 7 p. m '. Hev A.J. HOLMKS. IVisior. Bunday School at S p. in. C. COOPKR. Superintendent, Church of ChrUt at the A. C, Cu ipei. Services at 11 a. m. f I'nwtli School at It p. in frayer meeting every Thursday evening 7M. C urc . ot Christ Mev.erey Coines, Worship Lord' Day morning at 0M and vtreaehmir every alternate nunuuy ct k o'Vlock bv KKUt It. . IWOWN. lJU....

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 19 February 1885

The Weekly Expositor J. A. Mkkztes, Editor and Prop. BROCKWAt CENTRE. MICH Reported that Adrian's runaway mayor is sojourning in Seattle, W. T. Frank Van Camp of Port Huron, aged 23, has been missing since Jan. 22. Tho steamer.Oneida arrived in Grand Haven Feb. 9 aftor 22 days' drifting in the ice. George iVashington, an aged colored man of Detroit, was frozen to death near his home in that city Feb. 10. James O'Jonnlson stole a horso in Schoolcraft the other afternoon, but was arrostod in Kalamazoo before night Rev. Geo. V. Harris, a well known Baptist minister, a pioneer of the state, died in Battle Croek on the 8th inst. Work on the Lansing, Alma & Alt. Pleasant railroad, which has boon tem porarily suspended, is to be resumed. A patent medicino company has boen organized in Kalamazoo with a capital of $50,000. Latham Hill is president. . Dr. Walker of Glen Arbor, Leelenaw county, claims to have had 120 barrols of cranberries to tho acre as his last year's crop. The Contorvil...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 19 February 1885

The Father's Story. Warm tho air as from a furnace as wo mowM the billowy rthJu, And toatod the atubfr-colorod tbca rs nigh on the crcaklnjr wain. The harvest moou, like a hunter's horn, hung in the eastern sky, When hand In hand we took our war, iny little child and 1; Her tawny tinkers frraspcdtbe flowers ihe'd gleaned along tho way, And her laughing eyes lit up my soul as the sun lights up tho day. Dy our path the swinging spider wove her web of silver twine. And slyly fastened slender thread from fern to creeping vine; The katydid persisted In the meadows cool and damp, And crickets rasped their droll rondeau lit by the glow-worm's lamp. Hut the little feet would stumble as the wenry knee grew weak. And the sleepy word came faint from Hps al most too tired to Hpnk. Faster toiled the dimpled In worn, shorter came the hurried lireHi'x. "Papa, you miiet carry Imbv, baby's tired tired to deatli." So 1 ruised tin- lilil- lujldni!, -laid her sort chwk Hone tn tr ie; O'er my faee the i...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 19 February 1885

WM. H. Carriage and I formerly curried GW HELL, ACCTIONKKB, Br-ckw.y Cn?r, Mieti. 111 JS late, Peraooal -u? ki n! or .ale. promptly aueudrd to. Order, left at thia oifi! ll receive prompt atteuiiou. C irre.nowJenr-e anlieitvd. lis a m for worVInz people. Send 10 cent a poU nELr aze. and wo will mail you free, a royal, llftfti V4liuitb, saratile box of rood that will ?ut you lu tho way of making- more money In a aw Uaya than vou ever thought possible at any biwlneati Capital uot required. You call live at borne and work in apiue time only, or till the time. All of both exe. of nil ages. rrnudly uo ceirul. 50 cents to $ easily earned every even lar That all who wunt w.rk may lent the busi ne. w m;iUe this unparalleled ofTt;r: To all who Are not well sttistled we will nend $t to pay lor the trouble of writing ua. Full particultra. direo tlona. etc.. Hti.t free. Immense par abeulute.ly lure for all who stti t at oi.ee. Urn t duloy. Addre Stishon aku Co., I'orllaud. Maine. CARRIAGE &...

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