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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 31 August 1882

Expos ITO EEK A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. BROOKWAY CENTRE, MICH., AUGUST 31, 1882. Price, $1.00 a -Year. LY Vol. l,TTo. 1G. TIib Weekly Expositor. A Hi J Hot, Aggressive ami Pro grcbsivo Journal for Live, Enterprising Head era. PUBLISHED OX THURSDAYS. $1 a YiiAU-iCOc for Six Month 8ec roit Tiikck Month. Dil T. Sutton, J as. A. Mk.nziuk, Proprietor. Kditor& Manager. C11UKC1I DIUHCTOUY. Methodist Protectant Church. . forvloaa alternator At 10:30 oYlook a. ra.. and 1p.m. Ko V. 11. C'LAKIv.. J'estor. a47 Bchol nt 9 p. in. J. DUFFIK. Hupi-liitiiloiit. Methodist Kilcnwiil l liuicti. apiece alternately at 1i:l h. m. and 7 p. in. Key I'. W. lUKSHMAN, rtor. f anday School at 3 p. in. I'. I'OOl'Klt, KiUKJiiutt'iuU'iit. Chnrch of Christ nt Ihc A. C, Chapel, ftervlcesat 11 ft. n. Hnhhnth School at ! p. m. frayer lnertlng every Thursday tviiin BUSINESS 1)1 It KCTO II Y. SL. BALLENTINK & CO.. Wboksal . and Retail daUr in Drr d dj, Boot AflbGea, Rady Mav'e CMhlntr, Utta, Caps, A. Tea a...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 31 August 1882

WEEKLY EXPOSITOR. DEL T. SUTTON, PUBLISHER. BROCKWAY CENTER. MICH 3iicnwAy. John T. Durand, the oldest resident of Jackson, died recently, aged 75 years. Ha leares a wife, one son named Charles and a daughter; Mrs. Mary Green. The Grand Rapids & Indiana railroad company have decided to build a new freight hone at Kalamazoo. Mrs. Garlield, mother of the late pres ident, and her daughter, Mrs. M. G. Larabee, and Master Harry Gai field, arriTed In Urand Rplds from Ohio, and went to Jamestown to Tls't relative. Four prisoners overpowered the turn ley ot the Bay county Jail recently. They were Dan t'onnors and Theo. IVrry, alleged thieves; Ed Johnson, In for false pretemes; and Geo. Graham, a counterfeiter. In the case of Johnnie Grant, the boy who was shot through the brain while sitting la a neighbor's doorway at Bay City a few days ago, the coroner's Jury attribute his death to Mra.Rvard. The theory 1b that she shot at him, supposing be was a lad named Goelln. as re was a feud bet...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 31 August 1882

REVISITED. Ia th '.lent hoar of the mldoiffbt Wnen the drowj world was till ; While the golden beams o! the atailight Heated upon the hill; I stood where the moonbeams quiver, As themulcl waters flow, Oa th banks f that sleeulo ilver Where w parted years ago. I remember the till tree's shadows Made datkr the river's eldt la it wouud through the haul meadows Like a silverv rlhb tn wid; And I thought of thos day of ifladness When we waonerel looir ago. With never a Ibnuaht f sadnesa. Wbere the musical waters How. Days that were free from trouble And clear as a bright June sky, Yet traunlQt as any bubble That kkuies tne shore tn die. Thus love with tbe jwus forever Far out of our lives will fl WhilH the waves of this same old river, Drift oa and out to the ta. LILY'S CHOICE. A solitary.flgure, with few lines of comeliness or grace, John Hollo way sat upon the meadow gate, looking off into the distance. He was whistling softly, and yet he seemed to be in a deep reverie, for his great te...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 31 August 1882

gag maamjBi mn Miiitii i fi CORRESPONDENCE. (rant Centre. Lincoln Avery arrived home a few days ago a graduate of tho State Agri cultural College at Lansing. Eupene Ciirey starts in a few days on a trin to Dakota. We wish him a pleasant trip. The new town hall is nearly com pleto. W. Botsford, of rt. Huron, was hero this week putting some repairs on his irrain shed. Grain is not so much damaged here as was 8uiiK)sed. Steam threshers are all the rage here this year. Hiram Amies starts on u prosneet ing tour through the West shortly. YValct Correspondence. Mn. Kditon Seeing vour paper re forrcd to in other papers I write for a sample and also to communicate a little. Like all the rest of this region of country we havo suflered awfully from heavy rains through haying and harvest, which are otherwise good. .Fruit to is good and quite plentiful in places. The high water washed out several bridges which will be rebuilt after harvest. The Connty House at (Joodels is well kept and managed b...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 7 September 1882

EXPOSITOR. A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. Vol. l,No. 17. BROOKWAY CENTRE, MICH., SEPTEMBER 7, 1882, Price, $1.00 a Year. EEKLY 7 ' The Weekly Expositor. A Red Hot, Aggressive and Pro gressive Journal for Live, Kuterprising Headers. o PUMLISIIEI) ON TIIUUSDAYS. o $1 a Yeah 60o for Six Month 88c vor Tiibee Months, Dax 'J'. Sl'tto.v, Jas. A. Mknzik, Proprietor. Editor & Manager, CHURCH DIItECTOHY. MethodUt Protestant I'hurrh. - Servloes alteniutrly at 10.-30 nYlck a. in., and T p. . ltt-v C. li. CLAHK, t'awtor. Iaa4ay School at it p, in. J. S. DUt'FIK. SuiMrluteudeut. Methodist Eplncopal Church. ftarvlcea alternately nt 10:.10k. m. and 7 p. m RmC. V. HAKSHMAX. I'n-U.r. enJr School at s p. m. P. t'OOl'EK. Hiioriii(HU(Uiit. Church of Christ at the A. C, Chapel. fiwrviennat It a. m. Sabbath Sohool at 8 p. nt. Prayer meeting every Thiirmlny evening 7:30. BUSINESS DIHECTOUY. SL. BLLENriNK i CO.. Wholesale , and Ilatail dealer in Dry G (!, Boot A Bt te, lUady Ma 'f Ol 'thioir. Ceos, &am...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 7 September 1882

WEEKLY EXPOSITOR, r NEWS OF THE WEEK, DEL T. SUTTON, Publishkb. . WA&niSQTOX. l WANTS 1 BEST. J? BIIOCKWAY CENTER. - MICH MICHIGAN. Fire at Mt. Pleasant destroyed the BC James hotel, ,McNamara's store, Wabon lodge, Richmond's tailor shop, Geo. McDonald'r saloon, L. Pferdsteller's furniture store, and Daughter Bros. agricultural warehouse. Loaa . 120,000. The Twenty-second Michigan infan crj mastered about 100 survivors at Port Huron. Had a dinner, beat rid, and elected officers. The next annual reunion will be beld at Poatlae on the last Wednesday In August, 1883. A Kalamazoo firm has made 1,070 windmills since January 1. England wants l.uuu barrels new wboat flour from Kilamazoo. t ( , Three Rivers has shipped an invoice of velocipedes to Sweden. Milford has been thrown into a state of excitement oyer the attempt of an angry woman to horsewhip a prominent' citizen j of mature years. The cauee of the rumpus Is difficult to elucidate, but If wbat the woman Is reported to hare sai...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 7 September 1882

FAITH'S RECOMPENSE I stood and vatched i;y phpt go oat, Each one by onr, jAumoor,, tree, , What time t quit harbor fined, With Hood -tidH fr m the sea. Tbe first that suileJ, her nam vras Joy; Uhe spread a imoulli, whittn i.uifjle sail,' And eautwur i drove, witu bending iais, llrfore the ulagiDg gale. Tbe next thst Balled, her nam wca Hoie; No cargo in her bold she bore. Thinking to lad la we"trrt lands Of ruerchaadUe a atore. . A.oniaer biihj, uernaina wn.1 Love; Bhe show 1 a red fl ig at the luai-t, A flag as red cm blood ah showed, And aha aped aouth right f jbU The last that sailed, her name was Faith; Slowly she took br pays;. f'rih, . Tacked, and-lay to (at J:v she steered t A atraifnt'cbdrM tot tbe north. My gallant eMps they sailed away, 0?ertbBltfinpiriaruiomer pea; - J I att and wa'cntvl f ir muy a day, Bat only c ne came back to me. For Joy'.wa f uht ei aMrjate Tain. 1 r Hope turf a p"m a hidden reef, And Lot CMight fiioaud fouuded fast la 'whelming seas of grief. f tiuW...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 7 September 1882

CORRESPOND E N C E. "ajiac t'lil). The Indie j of the M. I', c'nireh Society give u social ut Mrs J'. M Filters next Friday evtninj;. Mr Pone, reslilinir on u f i.u a few miles north of (';nt held divine set vice in the M. I, church ou Sunday vt'i;iii''. l'Vv liuori'iituied tniuiater liis km uiiiii w.-ts p dtdiwrtd anil well meiwd by iho iaryo conrrega tion preseid. Mrs S. S. liioukev and daughti-i Lena laV tin ir ih i' irturo Tuesihn eve. for X. Y. fur h few wte'.is visit st tiii in Lrst friends. Capac Union school opened Monday with ii L'ood idtendnnee in nil cruder. Mi. S. M. Vinton accompanied by her Utile sisier name jannu returns to her home In kalkasca, Mich., Ned tifMl:iv nf tills week. Cheap excursion to Ft. Huron and r t ni 11 lor the Rtnall sum of lift v cent (or half a dollar if you ch6oio) next AVcdneadciy. I.ola or our town peopr hope to ttke it in, ulso to liave n gen er.l irood time. Anions the best features of the late re-imloii" at this nlacc. was the music furnish...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 14 September 1882

w EEKLY EXPOSITOR A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. VoL l.No. 18. BROOKWAY CENTRE, JVIIOH., SEPTEMBER 14, 1,882 . Price, 61.00 a Year. The Weekly Expositor. A lied Hot, Aggressive and Pro gressive Journal for Live, Enterprising Ki-uders. PUBLISHED OX T1IU1WDAYS. f 1 Yuak 0O: ion Six Months 8do van Thimck Months. Del T. Si r rov, J as. A. Mkn.iks, Proprietor. Editor & Manager. m ii mif.w '(JllUltClI DUJKCVriMtY. SfethodUt Protestant Church. Su-vlco alleruutvlr ut WiStfoVWk r. in., niul T p. m. llt-v C. Ii. CLAHK, l'mtor. StuuUy School at J p. m. J. S. DUFl'IE. SuiMtrinteudeiit. Methodist Eplacopal I'hurcn. Service aUwimrplr at li':U0n. m. ami 7 p. m. Uv '(..'. W. HAKSIIMAN. lVHor. guuduy School at i p. in. ('. C'OOl'Klt. fliipeiinteiuiont. Church ot Christ at tlie A. C, Chapel. Sorvloo at 11 u. lit. Huhbath So'io1 at i. m. Prayer nu.-tftlusr every Thursday evening 7:ft0. BUS I NESS PIUECTOliY. SL. BALLUNTINr. J: CO., WhoUa'e . and Retail dvaWa in Dry (1 rd, l-.iots ii ahoes, Rndy M...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 14 September 1882

WEEKLY EXPOSITOR. DEL T. SUTTON, Pubushkb. BUOCKWAY CENTElt. - MICH MICHIGAN. As the Mackinaw express on the Mrolt,Lanslui& Northern rallrond wn ap proa.hlnf Brighton tbe wiglne itruck and Instantly kUltsi a man named Stephen Buck. The accident baprened at a crowing In a cut aul Mm think there re iodic uiooe that Buck waa afoot at tbe time, bavin? got oat o! hie wajon to take his horees by the head. The wagon was demolished and the bones killed. When toe train reached the next atatlon with the mangled remains, an Inspection of the en Klne showed that a t'Mt of a bom was HtlU carried upon the pilot, back lived at Ureeu Oak. The coroner's July exoi.er ate the railroad compar.y and Its employes. William Williams died in the county Jail, Urand Baplda, of consumption. He.w: a well educated man, but au excessive drinker. He bad friends In Detroit, and the remains have teen forwarded to thai city. The corner stone of the new Episcopal church has been laid at Ionia, northehttt corner or...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 14 September 1882

I Ki; F Alt 31. An agruunurai . ,k i . . ,ia essential to a t'arrut-r .ia a lud tight to a lo-ouiutive. 'i'lureim- tiiut H wl.vn t:ile Hprril ia wade without it; but in the uu ci tuin durkutsa, iH htt iulY 'ighl tlirmvu lui utit-utl reveal lt ruction and jiievt-i.ts ' nnny a wrck. To the farmer, (he light ol otln r people' experieuct: is ol uutold vulue. making the way clear when without it he might High over ttickly looking crops aud wuuder whether it were better to put tuuuure or a uiortguge ou his laud. Uiitu 1 hear a wan my "I tau t atloid to take a paper," I kuow the boundary lines ol his tiel'Jsure marked by tumble-down fences; that bis barns and sheds have u thaky, eh i very look ; aud that bis cuttle resemble the lean kiue which Joseph saw in bis dream. Often times a single suggest ion or receipt is worth to him the price of bis paper. On many farms there are corners or waste spots which a little labor would put under cul tivation, thereby greatly improving the looks or the ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 14 September 1882

r CORRESPONDENCE. Copac Chips. Mis. J, A. Smith Is taking a little recreation, visiting friends at Flint and Poiitiac, previous to tlie opening of fall and winter trade. S. S. Brooker is suffering with that mo9t aggravating of maladie hay fever and sighs for the return of the "wee lady" of his home and fire-side, who is visiting in the Kmplre State, all unconscious of her forlorn hubby at home. A. Finn of Tort Huron was in town Monday evening. J. E. Soults of Fort Gratiot suent Sunday in town. A number of Canaecrs drove to Lynn Friday evening to see the ""Whitney Family worlds combination troupe" (wonder if that's the w hole of 'era) which exhibited there on that evening and if we may judge from the time of departure to the hour of return to Cnpac they evidently enjoyed themsel ves exceedingly well. Dr. D. Paterson met with a slight accident th same evening at Lynn owing to his horse taking fright at its own shadow (a thing by the way that some people are subject to) making tilings ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 21 September 1882

1 EEKLY SPOSITOM. T.'snt.-v, A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. BROCKWAY CENTRE, MICH., SEPTEMBER 21, 1882 Prico, 81.00 a Year. VoL 1,No. 19. WI Tha Weekly Expositor. A Rod Hot, Aggressive and Pro groaaivo Journal for Livo, Eaternrising Readers. o ' PUBLISHED OX THURSDAYS. o 91 a YuauGOo rou Six MoxTim 560 I'Ott Tiikkk Montii. Dai T. Sutton, Jas. A. Mknzies, Proprietor. Kditortfc Manager. CHUIICII DIKEOTOliY. SfethodUt Protestant Church. Harriots alteniotolv nt 10:30 o'clock a. m.. and f p. ta. Uov C. B. CLAKK. I'astor. fiaojay Bchool at i p. nu J. 8. DUFFIE, Superintendent. HethoJlst Episcopal Church. SarrUca alternately fit M:3! n. m. and 7 p. in. rTU Key C. W. 1IAHSHMAN', Par'or. fttniay 6eboolat8p. ni. a COOPKR. w 1 Superintendent. Church of Christ at the A. C, Chapel. Barrices at 11 a. in. Sabbath School at 3 p. m. Frayar mt'tlii evtry TLumlny evening 7:30. BUSINESS DIlir.CTOUY. SL. BALLENTINE & CO., Wholesale . and Retail .1 1ti in Dry Ooftds, Roots ASboen, Ready Mh U Cloihlm...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 21 September 1882

WEEKLY EXPOSITOR. DEL T. BUTTON, Publisher. BROCKWAY CENTER, - MICH MICIIIGAy. While Frank Tookera 12-years-old on of Joha Tooker, of Hamilton, Gratiot county, was out bunting ha accidentally hot himself through the bieast with a rifle ball. The wound la a serious one. C. D. Woodbury, of Portland, has a f 4,000 refrigerator house, In which he has stored about 20 tons of butter and thousands of dozens of eggs. His ioe was put In last spring and It Is freezing cold in there yet Wm. 13. Joselyn, an old and well known Citizen of Miles, died, at that plac, aged 67, and William Klnile, one of the oldest pioneers of Berrien county, taring redded In Niles 54 years, died reoently, aged 70. Wm. B. Ilibbard, formerly of Tort Huron, and oldest sen of D. S. Consul John Ilibbard, of Goderich, died at the latter place not long since. Traffic on the Detroit, Lansing & Northern railroad was blocked for a whole day by the ditching of a freight train near Wliliamston. No one seriously hurt. There ...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 21 September 1882

WAIT. BY JAMKs BUCHANAN. Ha 1 kH nt m with eyes t - A. litU I id l ist com i i lit 'SVbwi b)i 01 I be as M r us you?" "iMar lny." lRisw.MHi, ' aiU" 1 lt year linve corns, thn yenrn havs koiih; Tin lad iti tall and strong and traljrti'; Yt alii I tie nk "What ha?e I dons?" "D-ar Ooy," I aUHwer, "wait," It cams Hi I is Mt sv7et coolwit. lis jruarui no longer to be proat. 'iar fiirtud, I kuw uow what you lueaul," He crloV w!io:i you said, 'wait!' Uoine Journal. THE SMALL BOY'S STORY. It all came of my having a railway key and being made to take music les sons. Thompson gave me the key when he was leaving last term. I don't know how he came by it, or what good it was to him as he never saw a train except when he went home for the holidays; but he was always talking of the con venience of having such a thing when you were travelling, and hinting at the mysterious penalties the company might inflict if they caught you using it. He gave it me in exchange for a bit of Letty's hair (she's my...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 21 September 1882

I ' ' 1 CORRESPONDENCE, I'arco Notes. F. A. Hill Is painting his store and fixing up in general. A sad accident happened one mile west of here last Friday whilo widow Lapeen was on the way to Greens Corners the homes took fright and started to run. The young man driv ing undertook to run them into the fence and Mrs Lapeen was thrown from the huggy upon uotue logs and receive! such injuries that she only lived ahout oue half hour. She was buried Sunday. Mr Wm Easton lost an adopted child Saturday and was buried Mon day. Both families have the syinpath- f act nt thft llrtiHlIiOfhood. nnr mil mad had nuito an accident at our station last Sunday, as the work train was running by we swucn, nine flit rnr laft tho track and in less than nn time thero was a nile of brok en wood and iron in the ditch. It took wonriv nil ilav to clear the track. The hraVMinon iumnttd and savod them Bftlves. No one hurt, (so much for Sunday work.) linV for tho Excursion. C. Wells starts a store nt Spring Ilill...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 28 September 1882

ft EtLY XPOSITQR auaevcjggagar: A LIVE PAPEMAKESA;LlVETOr; VoL 1, No. 20. BROCKWAY OENTRfi T1I0H., SEPTEMBER 28 1882 , trico,$LOOa Year. Wee r. f: V The Weekly Expositor. A Rod Hot, Aggressivo and Pro gressive Journal fur Livu, Enterprising Headers. PUBLISHED ON THURSDAYS. . o 1 A Yeae COc Fon Six Months 30o rou Tiikk!: Months. Dju. T. Bcrrox, Jak. A. Menzies, Proprietor. Editor & Manager. TTT! C1IUKCII DIRECTORY. fethodUt IMotcstant Church. ftarvloeaalleruutelv nt lOtfOoYWk a. in., aud T .B. lk-v C. n. ULAllK.. rn:itur. Sunday School at 2 jj. in. J. S. PUITIE, Superintendent. BfuthodUt l'.pIcopal Church. forrlccs altcrimti'ly nt 10.-:jo a. m. nnd 7 i. ni. lii'v C. H. HAHSHMAX. Pmor. nnday Hohool at 2 i. m. V. I'OOJ'Elt, . Hiiporintcndont. Church of Christ nt the A. V, Chapel. Sendee at 11 a. in. Knhlmth School at 3 p. m Itayer iiu-cilntf ewiy Tliurn lay evening 7;3i). BUSINESS DIRECTORY SL. BaLLENTINE & CO.. Whole' , and Retail ilt-uler in Dry U vd, Koota A fib Heady Ma'e C...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 28 September 1882

The-Weekly Expositor. DEL T. SUTTON, Publisher. BROCKWAY CENTER, - MICH MICIIWAX. A warrant is out for the arrest of Peter McCue, an able farmer, who is chared with stealing John Boal's team on the streets of Mllllngton. The team was found in McCue's barn, but he had skipped out and his wife lit now trying to settle the case. Whteky is the cause of the scrape. - Adelbert McAllister, of Mendon, is Charged with violating the postal laws, but a detective who went there looking for him did not find him, be having gone elsewhere. He Is an ex-banker and a man of fair intelligence, but has been living without regular business of late. A stock company has been organized at Muskegon by C. C. Blllingburst, J. B. Cham pagne, E. L. Darls and other to engage la manufacturing shingles. The stock is f 89,000, and they expect to make 400,000 shingles per day. Allen and Hillsdale are to be con nected by telephone, and movements are on foot to extend the line to Qulncy and thence to Cold water. If su...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 28 September 1882

ET1IELRKD. Bt KMMa. AUCE BH tWNK. Hlow the iuhiin ni r u i f ilil i; la ti drki i I mJ3ir TwtilKni we ive hr iittU enilKllt gweet, my lint !, whr ere y Koy peie tne p anet lleper UHUere t'1 lt4 II t Vt And the wind, wilh drowiy w Diaper, Lull the leafy wurU to real. Through the haunted wood of Arden aHillaouie Khomly memory Lead me to ihla dim old garden, And in ancient treating tree; Var, faint aounde of water taillug la the darknea and the dw, 8eia like aplrtt voice nailing: fctweet, any trot Iot, where ura you? 'Neath tha dusky laurel cloaea Lurka tha old, niyatertoue giooiut BUII tha wllJeroe of rotea ilreak In one great flush of bloom At tha feet of Ar ten tower Overrune tha parapet. Crown tba grim aton-gata with flower, Wreathe the carven cuuheon, yet! But, of all ber antique glory, Due sweet memory la mine, Like aome balf told fairy atory, Heard In aumnier day otvlne; Kthelred, wl d flower of Ardeu, In the darknea and tie dew, Mid thi dim, iplce-bauuted garden. All my thought...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 28 September 1882

CORRESPONDENCE. Cl runt Crnlic. School commenced JJomluy with Mr rhoonix, of 1'urt Iluivu, a teacher. ITd taught last term and gave general batisfuction. We congratulate tiie board on their goo J judgment. S. Fair l;a:i commenced work on Lis bouse, Harris the foundryinan has been compelled to double his ftirct) in the shop and wo undei stand contemplates making extensive improvements Hhort ly. We wish him abundant success. Gardner & McKay, of Maine, have eold out their more to 1'iijono Carey. Lincoln Averv ha been a'iin ensur ed to teach the Isrockway school, this being hia Keeund term. Joseph Gibbons has just recovered from tlia e fleets of sunstroke after a long illness. The beloved daughter of Mr and Mrs J a Gibbons died lat week Fri- 1.nv nnil wrm lmrtn.1 mi Nmnlav f- ternoon. They have the sympathy ofj-tt' peim th ftiitirn fiminiiiiitv in 11iMr nail be- r"1 " 'Sanko f reavnient, Kov S. ltiley and family are away on important business. Mludeu Murmuring;. Minden fair on Tuesd...

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