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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 2 April 1885

Expositor ELY A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. Vol. Ill No. 46. BROOKWAY CENTRE, St. Clair County, Mich., APRIL 2, 1885. Price, 1.00 a Year. WEE The Weekly Expositor. A Red Hot, Aggressive and Pro gressive Journal for Live, Enterprising Readers. o PUBLISHED OX THURSDAYS. o t a Ykau GOc fou Six Moxtms SOc ron Thukh Months. J as. A. Mexeies, Editor fc Proprietor. C1IUUCH DIUKOTOltY ftlcthodist Protectant C'hureli. Services alternately ut IO:OoVlocU a.m.. and 7 p. iu. llnv J. W. (1U VV. l'astor. Sunday School at p. m. J. A. MORUILL. Supm'iutendmit. .Methodist Episcopal Ctiurcn. Services alternately at 10:MOn. in. and V p. m. KrvA. J. HOLMES. Pastor. Suuday School at Ji p. m. C. COOPKR. Superintendent. thurcli ul Christ at the A. C, Chapel. v Services at 11 a. m. SablwUh School at 3 p. ni. Prayer meeting rvery Thursday eveniuif 7:30. C turn, ot .Christ Jlenerey's Corneis. Worship Lord's Day morning at 19:30, and preacuiusc every alternate Sunday evening at 7 o'clock by Klder K. 1. HUOWN....

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

The Weekly Expositor J. A. Mevzies, Editor and Prop. BROCKWAY CENTRE, MICH KOTES OF THE DAY. Twentv-five buxom llungttian dam lels arrived in New York the other day, to become wives for a like numbor of young miners at Maiich Chunk. The courting and other details'were whole saled by an agent of the miners. Preparations are making abroad for the appropriate celebration on the 25th of next Juno of the 400th anniver sary of the birth of tiugonhagen, tho associate of Luther. A Statute of the ancient worthy will bo erected this spring at Wittenberg. A society; for the suppression of slang has been organized amorg tho female operatives of a largo factory in Cleve land. All membors of the society using a slang word or phrase are fined, and the proceods thus obtained are devoted to some charitable object. In Tallahassee, Fla., a few days ago, a couplo were marrijd who had only been personally acquainted for the brief period of ten minutes. The courtship had been carried on through the aid 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. — 2 April 1885

AN OLD.ItlAN'S 1HEA!T1. BT OUTER WI5DXLL BOLMKB. Ob, for one hour of youthful Joy I Give hack my twentieth spring I I'd rather Uvsih a brlght-halred boy, Than reign a gray-haired king. On with the wrtok'ed upoils of gt ; Away with learning's crown; Tear out life's wisdom written page ; And dash 1U trophlea down. One moment let my life-blood stream From boyhood's fount of flame I Give me one giddy, reeling dream Of life, all love and fame. My listening angel heard the prayer, And calmly smiling said, " If I but touch thy silvered hair, 1 by hasty wish had sped. " But Is there nothing In my track To bid thee fondly stay, While the swift seasons burr? back. To fled the wlshed for day 1" Ah I truest soul of woman kind I Without thee what were Met One bllis I cannot leave behind I'll take my precious wife. The angel took a sapphire pen, And wrote In rainbow dew The man would be a bov again And be a husband toot" Is there another yet unsaid Before the change appears Remember all their til...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 2 April 1885

WM. H. Carriage and (Formerly carried on wis. ii. kahsis, vy HKl.lj, Ai7cri'NKKu, U-ckNy , J, Ofwr, M rb. JI.mI II ele, l'-taonal j - ki-.d i.f .r nuiiUjr Kieiu'd tn. j O Ur 'v thuottit wiT eelv prompt J K'lm.ii i . u r rfaptindv M.Iictteo. tiwi u for wri:inij miIe. Sond 10 cents pmt hhLf ua. ami we 1tl mall ymt I'reo, a royal, nasi vaWwM aamplu box of Kooda that will it yon lu the way of waking more mouey in n few dava tha:i you over thought poxaihle at any buiiuos Capital not rcupiirod. Vou can live ul horn and woric in wt timo only, or all the time. All of both sexes, of all atres. grandly mie CtfJuful. W oetita to easily famed every oven-iax- That all vrh want work may test Hi busi Hrtt, wa iniko I liia unparalleled offer: To all who are uot well R:ittsfleJ w will wnd (I to pay for tt trouble if writing im. Full particulura. direc tions, etc.. aoiit free, Immense pav absolutely are for all who atari at ouoo. i'fn't delay. AdJre SrijiaoM and Co., lVi tlund. Maine. CAKRlAGK & ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 9 April 1885

Exp W ft ir-i o'si'tor. WW H H -5 A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. Vol.111 No. 47. BROCKWAY CENTRE, St. Clair County, Mich., APRIL 9, 1885. Price, $1.00 a Year. Tiu Weekly Expositor. A lied Hot, Aggressive and Pro gressive Journal for Live, Enterprising Headers. mULISHED OX TlltJKSWAYS. o 1 A 1 1CAK UOC FOR hlX MONTHS 30c for Turkic Months. J A S. A. 3lK.NV.lli8, Editor & Proprietor. Methodist Protestant Church. Service alternately at 10:.'$0 o'clock a. m.. and l iu. Jiev J. W. (1UAV, I'ustor. Sunday School at 3 p. in. J. A. MOP.ItlLU Kuiwrintendriit. Methodist l?i!sroial C'liurcli. Services alternntelr at 10:8rt h. in. ami 7 p. m. IUiv A. .1. HOLMES. Pnstor. SutuUy School at a p. in. C. COOl'KK. SuperiiitemltMit. I'hui-ci'i of Christ at the A. C, Chapel. ServicHsat 11 a. m. N.iouarn seiiooi at n p. m. Pruyrr meeting every 1 hursilay evruini; 7:w. C lire . ot Christ Slriu'i-cy Comets. Worsiln Lord's llnv juoruinc at 1V' nnd liftrachiiitf every ttliemute Sunday l;' St. o'clock by ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 9 April 1885

The Weekly Expositor J. A. Mevzies, Editor and Prop. BROCKWAY CENTRE, - MICII NOTES OF THE DAY. One faction in England clairm that War is but a quostioD of a fow days. The moro conservatives aro of tho opin ion that further complications oan bo n voided. Anyway ono thin;: is certain, England has hor hands full. Mrs. M. J. Martin, postmistress at Burlington, Vt., for tho past sixtoon years, is crodicod with sending tho soc ond best reports, in point of penman ship and accuracy, of any received by the department at Washington. The officials at first doubted that they were made by a lady. An insane man created a sonsation in tho United States Supromo Court a fow days ago by walking in with a hugo valise full of ready-mado clothes, which ho insisted tho justices should put on in place of tho gowns they wear while on tho bench. Ready-made suits are taken into that court every day in the year; but thoso who take them there aro not called lunatics. They aro called lawyers. Mr. Howell's bil...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 9 April 1885

A Scrlout Caac. lie Ib tender and pcutlo ami jrood to run nl way: I lmv loved lilm from girlhood, iliull love hiintllldeutb; Yho homo be bus mado me a true lover's i-JUen, Exc'lt tor R FertiOUt thilt'a hirklnirlionnuth. Hero 1 tilt and embroider, pulnt pluqutre, ami write poetry. And wult lor his coming his fond Uttlo wife: Hut when I rush to him and nuk If ho loves mo. He klKtieft me, Baying, ' You bet your sweet iiie. OJi. how cun I bear It? For lovo Is bo serious. ho sweet untl bo isoleinu, i ,jat cruel tho pumr Tbo truo heart mutt feel vtHa Its deciH.st out- pouring Is met In eueh fashion with Jettlny and Hut the end Is approaching-, and e'on tliou.li it kill me. 1 11 leave him, since surely he has no regard For his wife or to-day w htn i asked him If he loved mo Ho'd never huve ansnxred, "Why, cert, Httlo -The Hatchet Sylvia's Guardian; -on- A YOUNG CUIUS LOVE. : BY KLTT WIN WOOD. "Miss Dreemo is wanted in the recep tion room," announced one of the uu-der-teachers, in a loud, m...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 9 April 1885

III UMl HE DISCOVERY ! In the gloriom in.-iivh of human progress which distinguishes the pres ent century from those ol the past, the manufacture 01 agricultural ma chinery occupies a very prominent ami leading position; the importance of which is very often underestimated ly those who are apt to take a su pjilicial view of matters scientific. It has released tho farmer froni the monotonous drudgery which has grown to he one of tlio serious burdens of his life, and placys him in a position of comparative case; it has increas ed the production of food, beyond computation; and no far reduced its cost, that the civilized nations of the earth to-day are fed and clothed more sumptuously than at any other time in their history. There is, ah .olutcly, no branch of industry that exercises the same iniluenco upon ctvi ization as fanning. Foremost amongst its agencies stand the IMcCORlIICJv AND WALTKH A. WOOD CHAIN AND GRASS CUTTING MACHINES; STODDARD MANUFACTURING CO'S CELEBRATED TRIUMPH SEE...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 16 April 1885

V Expos EEKLY itoj A-LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. Vol.111 No. 48. BROCKWAY CENTRE, St. Clair County, Mich., APRIL 16, 1885. Price, $1.00 a Year. Thq Weekly Expo A Red Hot, Aggressive anil Pro gressive Journal for Live, Enterprising Headers. PUBLISH ON TIIU11SDAYS. o fel a Yeau OCc for Six Months 80c poii Three Months. Jas. A. Menzihs, Editor &. Proprietor. CllViii'li hlKUCTOJtV Matlio'llst Protestant Church. flerTlci aUonmU'! JO;) o'clock n. in.. and 7 j. ru. Kov J. W. UKA.Y. l'.-lor. auoUsjr School at i J. ia. J. A. MOuiUlX. tiuiJcriuteuJunt. ,1lPt!if'li'5t Kntitropal Cum-cli. Sonrtcee ilti rr'.i'.lv at 10:) h. m. an.t 7 p. in. JIc-v A.J. 1IOI.MKS. r:i:.;.r. Similuy Eclioul at a i. ia. C. COO ITU. SiiperinfiMiik'nt.. t'.'iiirc'i )M'tn it at I tie A. C, ClLiotl. ;:Vr'!;:t 11 .1. in. Sablw Mi School uf .1 fi. in. rrii.'i- i vi'ry T'huiv.day i-vpeuijj :.iJ. Wur.'hip Lor-1 a D.iv riornin at l'V;t, unl e:.chinif ovury ul'.onulle Sunday i.-vi-nini; in 7 lock by lildor It. H. i:i:o.v...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 16 April 1885

The Weekly Expositor J. A. Mevzixs, Editor and Prop. BROCKWAY CENTRE, MICH BOTES OF THE DAY. The Nevada assembly has passed a bill imposing a fine of $20 on any per son who treats another in a saloon. A man who accepts an invitation to drink with another must pay for his own drinks. Some studious frenchman has un earthed a law relating to the Fronch press, never repealed, which threatens the proof-reader with death for even one blunder. There would probably be opposition if on attempt wore made to enforce it. From the first of Januarj to the first of April, a certain Portland clergyman, in his self-imposod task of enforcing the Maine prohibitory liquor law, has taken out 619 warrants and made 437 seizures, but of these latter only 29 per sons have been brought before the courts and 14 convicted, the cost to the coun ty having been noarly $3,000. According to tho latest cable the British government is contemplating the purchase of Amorican mules for use in Afghanistan In the event of...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 16 April 1885

Enchanting l'j ,' t. Dear little bcn1 with brow, '...os llppUn over Swwtt brown eye that am under the tun, rity i!1'"1 ,hat Kr ,r0sl' t,K" clover, Anl when 1 pin'ti 1 can hover harotlouel For ti-ain.litwuy I think of tho cl in with its tfimplo. So cuniiiiiK that It i!uy blue and vek In the enow, And her voice like n brook with Its apple and wlmpio. And hr check like a rono in ill exquisite glow. H Ilersten is aa light an thn dowfall at even; And her form, ahl bo daintily airy und ll-ht. That she Beems like a etar-acraph wandorinir from Heaven To the home that without her wcro darker than night. Aa deftly btr housewifely ttuki she is plylnjr. A'?ve:8onff ?ay lilt to her rosy lip KpritiaH, A aa in tlmo to the roeuMire white fingera are tlylnjr Ocr a, thousand wise, womanly, dellcato things. O, bonny brown head I do you know that your Bhinintr Makea all the world' light for iny worship- That around you each hope of my life la en twining, At 1 patieutly wait for your husband to die? Syl...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 16 April 1885

vi to the front with the Ever otFurt"! in They oiler Special Inducements on THE CEIjKBltATKD TiUlJMPII SEEDKll. ALBION WHEEL HAltUOW and SEEDEh, Mc'SHEttllY FORCE SEEDER, KALAMAZOO SPUING HARROW, ubo WILKINSON STEEL MOULD BOA It L) PLOW with STEEL BEAM made expressly for their trade 3fTht TRIUMPH SEEDER presses maey features of merit pe culiar U it to wtiich v inviL' the careful attention and considera tign ot every i.u:;j.T contemplating the purchase of a Seeder. THE CELEBRATED STUDEBA'KER WAGON v '.l v li.'v.- for yt.'.-i mined no introduction. It is the DEST WAGON ..!... ;i ?trj.V u:: i Cood a !k;ii Old. IAmIom who have sold tliom will u.:i yv.i .-.. 'iV:ttiitcrs and contractors who have used them .Hi hit i eloquent in their praise. All our wagon are warranted to give natisfaetion, and to last longer than any other wagon on wheel. '" CARRIAGE DEPARTMENT i u L x'it Vi.'!iic!s of evry To oription. Cabrio ' i -i. ) 'v a!--. Queen I'ineioiis", Timkins, i it- ii.iii, Ellipiin I-I ii I...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 23 April 1885

1 A "A A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. Vol. Ill No. 49. BROCKWAY CENTRE, St. Clair County, Mich., APRIL 23, , 1885. Price, $1.00 a Year. ; Weekly E t m Weekly Expositor. i i A Hod Hot, Aggressive unci Pro gressive Journal fur Live, Enterprising Header. VlIULLSnKI) ON THURSDAYS. $1 x Ykau due for Six Months 30c von TiiuiiK Months. J A. A. MK.VZIK8, Editor S: Proprietor. cuuiti'.ii ihi:i;i: rot: v Methodist Protestant I'tinn-ii. Services alternately at 10:'W oVlov: r. ia.. Tr. m. Kev J. W. (WAV. P.i.-u.. Suaday School at 3 n. in. J. A. MOHRIIJ... Mvlbolist Upliiropal C'hiirrti. Service altornately at lo.-'k) it. in. nnd p. m iirv a, j, 11U1...W e.n. mstor, Suuday School at p. in. C. COOPUK. SiikTiitPii'1ent Churcli ot i lirls-t at the a. C, (.'impel. , cjurviiitai 11 a. in. iiabuutu bchooi at a p. m. rruyer meeting every lliurmhiy vvenlnz T:w) C .urc . ot Cttrlst .lleitcreyS Cornea. Worship Lord l);iy morning at 10:S0, and preacuin.-; every alternate suiulay evening at o'clock by lil....

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 23 April 1885

The Weekly Expositor J. A. Menzies, Editor and Prop. BROCKWAY CENTRE, MICH NOTES OF THE DAY. The bill to compel corporations to pay wages each week was defeated in the Massachusetts legislature by only two votes. A now bill to compel pay ment at least onco In each fortnight is to be pushed, There are strong argu ments in fa7or of such legislation. A number of high-tonod young ladies and gentlemen .of Glasgow were ar raigned before a magistrate in that place recently, and fined for distuibing public worship. The offonso consisted of writing notes and talking in church during nervice. A professor in one of the colleges made the complaint. A little such discipline in many of tho Michigan towns would have, a very wholesome effoct The astrologer who prophesied good days and bad ones for General Grant has thus far been tight. It was proph esied that it the General survived March 31 ho would live until September. That remains to be soon. If the patient lives until summer, Loland Stanford 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. — 23 April 1885

TINT TOKEN. BT FRANCIS K. HAYIROAL. The murmur of waterfall A mile away, The rustle when a robin lights Upon a spray, The lapping of a lowland stream Of dripping boughs, The nound of grazing lrom a htri Of gentle caws, The echo from a wooded hill Of cuckoo's call, The quiver through the meadow gm At evening fall Too subtle sre these barmoiiles For pen and rule ; Such music In not understood By any school. Bat when the brain Is overwrought It has a spell. Beyond all human klll and power, To make It well. The memory of a kindly word Vat long gone by, The fragrance of a lading flowei Sent lovingly, The gleaming of a eudden smile Or sudden tear, The warmer pressure of the hand, The tone of cheer, The hush that means "I can not eptak, But 1 lure heard." The note that only bears a vene from God's own word Such tiny things we hardly count Aa ministry ; The elvers deeming they have shown 8cant sympathy; But when the heart is overwrought,, "O who can tell The power of such tloy things To mik...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 23 April 1885

An to tit front tvith tlif ilver oil';r"l in. . ,. They 'oft Special luduri-ny.'uts on THE CKIil-MlttATKD TIUlTMPil SHKfoKtt, ALU ION WHEEL HANKOW and SKKOKK. McSHEUl V FORCE SEEDER, KALAMAZOO SlMUNU HARROW, also WILKINSON STEEL MOULD HOARD PLOW with STEEL REAM made rxpressly for their trade. Z3TTo TRIUMPH SEEDER possess. maey features of merit pe culiar to it alaiie to which wo invito tho careful attention and considera tion of every fiirnier contemplating the purchase of a Seeder. THE CELEBRATED STUDEBAKER WAGON which w e hav' s. for years need no iutrodiietion. It is ,the BEST WAGON when New and OoD'J when Old. Dealers who havo sold them will tell you m. ;Teiiuisters and contractors who havo used them will grow "odoijuoul in their praise. All our wagons are warranted to give satisfaction, and to last longer .than any other wagon on wheels. , OUR CARRIAGE DEPARTMENT I- completely stocked with J.ight Vehicles of evry description. Cabrio-k-t, Park'Surrys, Colfax Jump JSeats, Queen P...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 30 April 1885

tliXPOSITOR A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. VoL III No. 50. BROOKWAY CENTRE, St Clair County, Mich., APRIL 30, 1885. Price, $1.00 a Year. WEEKLY 3 1 1 1 Tha Weekly Expositor. A Iteil Hot, Aggressive and Pro gressive .Journal for Live, Enterprising Reader. HTMLlSIlEt) ON THUUSDAYS. o jl a Veah GOo kop-Six Months sue von Tiiuick Months. Ja. A. Mkvziks, 1'M.itor & Proprietor. CllUltt'll lHIM'fJTOUY Metho.lUl PiolCiituiU I'll ti veil. Services altMiiatelvatli'WoVWli a. in.. anl 7 i. m. Av J. W. UU I V 1 V- SuuJay tfc'uooi at i p. . J. A. MOUiltLL,. ' bupcl tiiteiith-ut. MetliodUt IJiIcoial Cliureli. service alici nnfe'y at 10:W u. in. nn-1 7 p. m, Hv A. J. 1H 1. MLS. 1'n.stor. Sunday School at S p. m. C COOfEk. Superintendent. 'httrcti of Christ at the A. t Chapel. iJcrvl.-fsat 11 a. m. CaUbath School at .1 p. in 'i Jisr jui'si in;: 'very Tiiurmlyy weuing 7:3u ' i t:in Isl Joiiw-ri' Ci iirtB. v-. !.ii('3 Uiv monilus nt l'V.:w, ami ! .i ,i m-i.i.M S1!. viiliivf nt 7 : .' i .:. n i;.:...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 30 April 1885

The Weekly Expositor J. A. Menziks, Editor and Prop. DROCKWAY CENTRE, MICH NCTESCF THE DAT. Health ofllcer Wizht of Detroit saya: 'Milk h tho rarnt susceptible) of nil articles of consumption to disease germs. Henco I would adyieo all pec pie to boil the milk they give their chil dren. BoiliEg kills any noxious germs that may be present. " The question of again opening the New Orleans Exposition on Nov. 1 is being ngitated. Notwithstanding the expense that would bo entailed during tho fivfl nicnths intervening between the closing and reopening of the building, in tbo way of insurance, repairs, aud police, it is believed that the enterprise may bo made to pv. Thk bachelors of Rochester, N. Y., no longer have an excuso for not mar rying. The young ladies of the placo have prepared a docum ent proving con cluaively that family of from two to six can live we'll on $9 i week, and they assrtrtthtno woman is worth marrying who caDnot dresi stylishly 'and wave money on $800 a yoar. Copies o...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 30 April 1885

! Sylvia's Guardian; -011- A YOUNG GIIIIVS LOVE. ; by mrrr winwood. Mark Castleton returned the next day. Sylvia happened to be crossing the hall when ho entered. At lirst she shrank back, but the sight of hia hag gard face pave her courage. Yielding to the moment's impulse, she stole for ward and touched his arm. "Mr. Castleton!" Ho turned with a start. Something, in his burning eyes, as they rested an instant upon the girl's face, frightened and bewildered her. "Toil?" he uttered, 'as if his lips trembled. Then ho shook off her hand. "Don't speak to me. Not a word. I could not bear it." He strode past, without looking back. Sylvia heard a door shut in the dis tance. To her vivid imagination it had the harsh, grating sound of the door to a tomb. "1 believe he hates rno," thought the poor child. "Even my presence Is un endurable to him." The miserable hours woro on. In tho early evening Sylvia stole down from her chamber, her eyes red with weep ing. A light shone from the library, 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. — 30 April 1885

31 nrWnirp("?fnlur Arc to the front with tit rm Macniiiery Kv.-r oiT-rt-O in Thv oilVr Special TiiH ci:;,:-:ii;i.vr!:t) tiumnmi HAMtOW and SKHIMCW. MrSHKUUY FIWCK SEKUEll, KALAk'AZOO SPUING HAIillOW, aWo WILKINSON STl' EL MOULD HOARD PLOW with STEEL UK AM niaue c-xpu'.ly IV) r their trade. tTTh.- Till UM I'll SEKDKlt --w :wy features of merit pe culiar to il. ulauo to which i'lvltv ti:; caivfal attimtiou uiul considera tion ot every farmer conteuiplatin:; THE CELEBRATED STUDEBAKER WAGON which wo h.i ve sold for year.- u.ed no introduction. It is the BEST WAGON when New and Good when Old. Dealers who liavo sold them will tell you so. Teamsters and contractors who have used them will prow elofjucnt in their praise. All our wagons are warranted to give natisfaetion, and to last longer than any other wagon on wheels. OUR CARRIAGE DEPARTMENT : k ,e.y stocked with Light Vehicles of pyry description. Cabrio I i'.ii-lv .'Sun ys, (.'ull'ax Jump Seats, Queen I'hirtons, Timkins, Urewter Side I...

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