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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 20 August 1885

EKLY rm OR A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. BROOK WAY CENTRE, St. Clair County, Mich., AUGUST 20, 1805. Vol. IV No. 14, Price, $1.00 a. Year. XPOSI The Weekly Expositor. A Hcd Hot, Aggressive and Pro gressive Journal for Live, Enterprising Reader!'. published ox Thursdays. o 1 a YteAit OOo roil Six Months 3()c for Three JMoxtiis. o Jas. A. Mexzies,' Editor & Proprietor. C 1 1 U no 1 mil EOT O It Y Methodist Protestant Church. Services altcrimU'Iy at 10:')0 o'clock a. m.. and 7 p. m. nev j. . uiuxx, rusior. Sunday School at p. in. J. A. MORRILL. Sujierintendent, Methodist Episcopal Church. Service alternately at lOi.'Ma. m. nnd 7 p. m. Sunday School at 8 p. m. U. COOPKtt. Superintendent. Clinrch of Christ at the A. C, Chapel. Services at 11 a. in. Sabbath bcliool at 3 p. ra. Prayer meeting every Thursday evening :30. Cuurdt ot Clirlst iWcnorcy's Corners. Worship Lord' Day iiioiniiij; At 10;:10, and preochiiit; every ulteriiAtt Smul.iy evening fit 7 o'clock by Elder It. U. lillU W'...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 20 August 1885

The Weekly Expositor J. A. Menzies, Editor and Prop. BROCKWAY CENTRE, MICH NOTES OF THE DAY. General ' kant's article on "The Siege of Vicksburg," In the September Century, vi be accompanied by the story of the other side as contained In the diary of a ady who wag in the city during the siege. Besides to ro production of cnera' Giant's 'uncon ditiona surrender" dispatch in this number, there wi a so i o printed a fa -slmi e of the dispatch to Secretary Stanton, in 'ienera rant's handw it. ing, announcing the su render of (i en era Lee's army at Appomattox. The origina' is owned by mora Badeau, who gives tho fo lowing history of the dispatch: "On Suuday afternoon, the 9th of Apri', 1 80 ", as 'General Grant was rid ing to his headquarters from the farm house in which he had received tho surrender o Lee. it occurred to him that he had made no report of the event to the government. He ha ted at once and dismounted, with his start, in a rough field, within the Na iona! ines. Mtting on a...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 20 August 1885

1 QUEER CLIOT. A Practical Common Some Han Suddenly De vfloiiing Amaxlnr Freaks. Among tho brilliant army of coun sel which Col. Kogers, wjiose unsettled mental condition recently pot him Into trouble with a Staten island hotel keeper, hud called to his relief, was Ira I). Warren. Tho colonel fancied that a great many people were earn estly eiirajcd in doing him serious injury, and had intrusted a variety of litigation to Mr. Warren. Clark IJell, lloscoe Con kl tag, Lucas L. Van Allen, and others. In regard to this remark able cane of dementia, Mr. Warren, said: "The cane of Col. ltogcrs is nothing to the extraordinary insanity that be fell a client of mine Nome years ago. lie came of a line family, and was well known about town, lie was quite a9 much m friend as my client. I knew him and all his family intimate ly. His utl'air had been in my hands tieaily twenty years, and during all that while 1 knew him as one of the most practical, common-senso men I had ever met. Indeed, he was...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 20 August 1885

THE CELEBRATED STUDEBAOR I ' v : V rcvi vV. v ?,. Xr,y? ty, v-fr? JfV To The Farmers of Eastern Michigan: Permit us to address a few words WAfiflNS. We do not need to point ment about the farm is so indispensable. Scarcely a move can be made in the wav of preparing the ground for crops, in caring for the crops growing, In harvesting them when ready to be gathered, or in their final disposition in the market, without bringing into .use the farm wagon. With the single exception of (he horse, and first in the order of inanimate things, the wagon is the farmer's best friend. In rain or in shine, from takinV the fanner's wife and daughters to meeting down to carrying the most menial loads, the wagon serves Occassional!)', to be sure, it groans 11 abused uy overloading, or uiMnauy shrieks if its axles are allowed to run dry; but if iairly t runted it rumbles alon" the country's highways cheerful, humble, sturdy, plain, but digni- tied and serviceable. , ,., . The fanners who appreciate th...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 27 August 1885

TOR A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. Vol. IV No 15. BROCKWAY CENTRE, St. Clair County, Mich., AUGUST 27, 1885. Price, $1.00 a Year. KLY w The Weekly Expositor. A Red Hot, Aggressive and Pro gressive Journal for Live, K i i t e rp r i s i ng 1 1 cad e rs. o PUBLISHED OX THURSDAYS. o $1 a Ykau COo ron Six Months 30c row Three Months. .Ta. A. Menzies, Editor & Proprietor CHURCH DIRECTORY Methutllst Protestant ('hiirctt. Services alternately at 10:30 o'clock a. m.. nnJ 1 p. m. liev J. W. OKAY, rumor. Suiiduy School at 'i p. in. J. A. MOKRILL. Superintendent, Methodist liIsicojal Church. Services Alternately at 10:30 h. th. and 7 p. m. Kev A. J, iHH.MKS. rnstor. Sunday School at - p. m. U. COOl'Kn. Superintendent Church ot Christ at the A. C, Chapel. Service nt 11 tl. m. Sabbath School at 8 n. m, Grayer meet.iiiK every Thursday evening 7:30. . CBurcu ot Christ Mmcrey's Corners. Worship Loiit's Day morning at 10:30, and preaching every alternate) Sunday eveninir nt 7 o'clock by Elder 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 August 1885

The Weekly Expositor J. A. Menziks, Editor and Prop. BROCKWAY CENTRE. MICH NOTES OF THE DAY. A novelty in tho way of bridges has been brought to the- attention of tho authorities of London recently, it being deiigneJ for onstruction across the river Thames, lelow London I3ridge The length, as conttninlat-'il by this plan, will be Ktf ) feet; the waterway will be obstructed by two piers only leaving a clear way of L;00 eet in the centre when the draw is open. Tlieso piers will bo crowned by towers about 200 feet in height, and n which will bo located maoh nery for lifting the bed of the bridge to either nido for the passing ships and steamers. This constitutes the general plan of structure. The two piers are connected by an upper roadway, of good dimensions, over which pedestrians can pas when the draw is open, hydraulic lifts bein pro vided for their ascent and descent, WniLE the body of General Grant was lying in state at the City Hall in New York, three little New .'ersey lads cam...

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 August 1885

WINDING UP TIME. A Tve, brown n old on the doorstep sat, Her small Jace Lid 'neatti a wide-brimmed bat. A broken HlcU on ber babv knew ISbe wouui with an sucleut, rusiy ker. "What are yi doing, my pretty one Playing with Timer' I asked in fun. Large and wine were the sol?, dark eye, Lifted to mine lu a pave urprl. "I'se wludiu' blm up, to make hlin no, For he's aodtetTul pokey and slow." AVlndlnif op Time! AU bnby mine, How crawl tliene lengthi td moim-utsof thine, How sadly alow goett the Maid old inun, Hut be baa uot changed, slutts I be. world beeau, He does not change, but in ufter years, When be mine ea our cup of joy with tears; And duties are mauv. and ulcac'tircs lleet. And the way crow a iuugu 'neatli our tired feet. When the day la too short for Us crowd of cares. And night surprise us unawares. We do uot w UU to hurry his feet, but find his go n all too fleet Ah, baby mine, some future day, You w II throw that runted key away And to Pha-bus' ear will madly cling, As It 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. — 27 August 1885

THE CELEBRATED OTMMyH WAIiUN! I To Tho Farmers of Eastern Michigan: Tci-mit us to address a few words to you on the subject of FARM WAGONS. We do not nee'd to point out the fact that no other imple ment about the farm is so indispensable. Scarcely a move can bo made in tho way of preparing the ground for crops, in caring for the crops growing, "in harvesting them when ready to be gathered, or in their iinal disposition in the market, without bringing into use tho farm wagon. With the single exception of the horse, and first in the order of inanimate things, the wng in is the farmer's best friend. In rain or in shine, from taking tho farmer's wilo-and daughters to meeting down to carrying the most menial loads the wagon serves its possessor year in and ye;ir out. Occasionally, to Im stnv, it groans if abused by overloading, or dismally shrieks if its'axles are allowed to run dry; but if lairly treated it rumbles along the country' highways cheerful, humble, sturdy, plain., but digni ...

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 September 1885

KXPO ' . A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. Vol. IV No 1G. BROOKWAY CENTRE, St. Clair County, Mich., SEPTEMBER 3, 1805. Price, $1.00 a' Year. -n n "tt n "tt t rr tt nr SITOR II i 1 i 1 J W m Mi i W V ,V .M J LI VI JjJ Jw J-J2 The Weekly Expositor. A Kod I lot, Aggressjvc and Pro gressive Journal for Live, Enterprising 1 lead e rs. 1 ; PUBLISHED OX THURSDAYS. o 01 a Yk.vu 00c vda Six Months 30c for l nRiiy Months. J a. A. Mknziks, Editor & Proprietor, CHUHOU DIltEOTOHY Methodist lrotes(unt Church. Services altornutoly at 10:30 oVWk n. m.. and ' p. in. lit-v J. W. (J KAY, I'ustor. Sanday School at S p. m. J. A. MOURILL. Supcnuteudunt. Mctliuilist Uplsropnl t'hurcli. Services .alternately at J0:tt) a. in. and 7 p. m. lU'v A. J. HOLMKS. I'ustor. Sunday School at 2 p. m. C. COUl'Ett. Superintendent. t' Lurch of Christ at the A C, Chapel. ervioesat 11 a. m. fiubbuth School at 3 n, ni JPrayer meeting every Thursday evening 7:30. CDurcU ot Christ llenerey Corners. Worship Lord's Day mornin...

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 September 1885

The Weekly Expositor J. A. Menzies, Editor and Tro p BROCKWAY CENTRE, MICH THE STATE AT LARGE. PRESIDENT WILLIT'S ADDBES8. Commencement Say at AgricultBTal Collegt. The commence tne'iit exercises of the Michi gan agricultural college occurred on tbo 19th. inst. Tliey were held m a lare pavilion on the college green, and at 10 o'clock, the tlm let lor the exercise t) begin, fully 2.500 people were In attendance. All tho members of tne Etate board of agriculture were present, and in addition several who are well known In agricultural and educational circles through out the ettitt! and country, among them being Dr. D. C. llalldav of New Orleans, an otlicet of the national board of health; the lion. 8. M. Millard, president of the board of trustee! of the lUiuoiH university and president of thl alumni uoclatlun of the college, ho belnfr a member of the clan of '04; l'rof. F. It. Hcllowi of Ypsllautl: the Kev. Mr. (jiute of Iowa, oi the cla.a of HM, Oscar Falon, cx-Scuator (Sum ucr of Mo...

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 September 1885

Helpless Upon a Friendless Set. Who, ia taking passage in a great trans-Atlantio steamer does not feel a thrill of exultation over hor magnificent power. Against her tbo Storm King may hurl his elemental forces, nor picrca her armor, nor stop heronwrd course. Hut let me describe a scene hen, one morning In mid-ocean, there came an alarn from the pilot house folio we i by a cry J lie Plun' rudder is lost!" From tho sternaUon coniuu'iit expression, con camo to even' faco. Tho wheelman being helpless to direct her course, the vessel was at tho mercy of wind and wave. The captain had been negligent -the hangings of the rudder were allowed to wear weak, and suddenly it had drop ped deep into tho sea! Strong in intellect, in physical vigor, in energy and in ambition, man con fronts, undaunted, gigantic tasks and commands applause for his magnificent achievements, tut, all unexpected y, an alarm pomes tho rudder ot his con stitution is gone. He has bee 3 careless of its preservation; menta...

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 September 1885

THE CELEBRATED STBBEBlOR'f A60NI To Tho Farmers of Eastern Michigan: Permit us to address a few words to you on the subject of FARM WAGONS. Wo do not neod to point out the fact that no otheV imple ment about the farm is bo indispensable. Scarcely a move can bo made ia the way of preparing the ground for crops, in caring for the crops growing, "in harvesting theiu when ready to bo gathered, or in their iinal most menial load, t!ie wagon serves its possessor year in and year out. Occasionally, to tut sure, it groans if abused by overloading, or dismally shrieks if its'axles aiv allowed to run dry; but if lairly trcateil it rumbles along the country's highways cheerful, humble, sturdy, plain, but digni fied and serviceable. The farmers who appreciate this sort of a friend, and tako pndo in bavin" the best, s!io il l n t overlook the claims for )reeminence of Tho Oslobrated Studcbaker Wagon. Wo are agents for the sale of this wagon, and while positive that it has no superior, are candid...

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 September 1885

w TT mi A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. Vol. IV No 17. BROCKWAY CENTRE, St. Clair County, Mich., SEPTEMBER 10, 1885. Price, $1.00 a Year. EE OR Thfl Weekly Expositor. A Hod 1 Tot, Aggressive and Pro gressive Journal for Live, . Enterprising Headers. o rUJJLISIIEJ) OX THURSDAYS. o tl a Yeah GOo von Six Months 30c von Thoeu Months. Jas. A. Mknziks, Editor & Proprietor. CHURCH DIRECTORY Methodist Protestant Church. Services allrnatcty at 10:30 oVIook a.m.. and 7 p. in. iiev J. w. UUAY. raster. Sunday School at i p. iu. J. A. MORRILL. Supei'intoudent Mcttioillst Knlsruital Churrli. Services alternately at 10:'W i. m. and 7 p. m. Hev A, J. Jioi.nir-.s. rastor. Sunday School at 'i p. m. V. COOl'LR. Superintendent Church ot Christ at the A. C, Chapel. Services at 11 a. m. Sabuath School at S p. ni. Prayer meeting every Tliui'tiday evening 7:30. Cnurch ,;'t Christ Mcnerey's Corners Worship Lord's Day mornlne at 10:33, and preiwhiiig every alternate Sunday evening at 7 o ciock uy Ejiaei ...

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 September 1885

The Weekly Expositor J. A. Menzies, Editor and Prop. BUOCKWAY CENTRE, MICH NOTES OE THE DAT. Teo Academy News, an educational publication, haviag asked a number of distinguished persons to write for its columns a few words of advice to boya, received, among other answers, the fol lowing: Dr. Lyman Abbott: 'Whatso ever thy hands find to do, do it with thy might." E. P. Roe; "i'o one thiug honorably and thoroughly.and set about it at once." Ex-President I ayes: "Com mit to memory and revile I rowu's let eV to a young friend." Gen. Lyon: "No one will ever become a great scholar with out constant study, close application and without thoroughly understanding that which he may attempt be ore pass ing it to take up something else." Gen. Winfield S. Hancock, among other things, "Be truthfu1, never try to tip pear what you are not; honor your fath er and your mother." Rev E. E. Hale: "Tell the truth. Keep the command ments. Do not di-in If you Lave any thing to say, say it, but if not, certa...

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 September 1885

A Campaign Secret Given Away. In the campaign of 1881 the two can dldates for g .vernor in a pivotal"' Western State nrvanged for a series of joint discussions. Both men were popu lar, botli of tine ap: cat ance and were so well nmti hed in mental f rce as orators that the louu-st between them promis ed to be a magnificent one. For sever al weeks the scales balanced evcnlv. But one day tho brilliant Kopu'sii au caudicate e;imn up ailing. He seemed overcome and spoko laboredlv. Tho next day he wax even less e'tFo tivo. Later on he was compelled to ak his opponent for a postponement o cer tain appointments, which was granted. Before the campaign ended to had abandoned the Held altogether. Meantime the Democratic candidate continued his canvass, neendng to grow stronger, cheerier and more elective wflh each succeeding week. 1I was elected. C'no evening fn 1 eeember while cntertaiu'ng several gent, emen he said: I will tell you a campaign secret which gave mo the election. With the open...

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 September 1885

THE CELEBRATED OTPS KM WAPtON u i U II bu b ki a A Vf II u U 111 ! To Thb Fanners of Eastern Michigan: Permit us to addron .1 few word to you on the subject of FARM WAf.ONS. We iId iiJtiuHjil to point out t he fact that no other imple ment it t'u fir u is s iiulis; 'innble. Scarcely a move can be made in tU.. way of j;op .irisi;? t!io ?ro:nd for crops,- in caring for the crops r.vii:j, "in !i irve-itinj; (ii .'in when ready to be gathered, or in their final lii:-sitl):i in t, i in tricot, without bringing into use the farm wagon. Willi t!ia s'ufj'e oujeptioa of the li rse, and first in the order of inanimate tlim.. t'u vx ' ' f irmer's !.-st friend. In rain or in shine, from taki-r' th -.u.' .' . wife an I d iug'iiers to meeting down to carrying the uio.-'L tajni il I als, t'u 'wagon sorvm its possessor year in and year out. 0;v Kiionally, to hi .v.uv, it groans if abided by overloading, or dismally sluic e if its" axle are all ved to ra i dry; but if lairly treated it rumbles alon-...

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 September 1885

Week XPOSITOR A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. Vol. IV No 18. BROCKWAY CENTRE, St. Clair County, Mich., SEPTEMBER 17, 1885. Price, $1.00 a Year. LL The Weekly Expositor. A Red Hot, Aggressive and Pro gressive Journal for Live, Enterprising Readers. o PUBLISHED OX THURSDAYS. o II. Ykau GOc for Six Months 30c for Three Month. J as. A. Mexzies, Editor So Proprietor, C1IUUCII DIltECTOllY Methodist Protestant C:hurcli. Services alternately at 10 :".0 oVloclf a.m.. and 7 p. m. Kev J. w. uiuv, rastor. Sunday School at S p. m. J. A. MORRILL. Superintendent. .Methodist Iliilcopal Church. Services alternately at 10:80 m. hi. nml 7 p. m, Rev A. J. HOLMES. Vnstor. Sunday School at 2 p. iu. C. COOPER. iJuiH'rinteudent. Church of Christ at the A. C, Chapel. Services at 11 a. m. Sabbath School at 3 p. m, Prav-er meeting every Thurstlay evening 7:30. CnurcU' ot Christ M encrey'a Corners. Worship Lord's Pay morning at 10-MO, and preaching every alternate Suuluy evening at 7 o'clock by Elder K. U. BRO...

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 September 1885

The Weekly Expositor J. A. Menziks, KJitor aud lr.i. MIOCKWAY CENTKK, M1CU GENERAL NOTES. A bill will probably bo introduced in next Congress to take steps for the preservation of Washington's head quarters at Valley Forge, which, it is said, is fast falling into decay, and will without caro soon disappear. The bouso occupied by Washington as head quarters still stands, although a hundred years have passed since that terrible winter in which Washington and his suffering army spent months of untold suffering there. Although soma additions have been made to the build ing, the original part, which was occu pied by General and Mrs. Washington, has not been altered. A little wooden porch projects over the front door, through which the visitor passes into a narrow corridor, on the right of which are two rooms That in front is now used as a parlor; that iu tl e rear was the General's office. A few trophies, rusty cennon balls, and hatchets, and uncomfortable old chairs and a lounge, aro sh...

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 September 1885

IT WILL PAY YOU TO GO TO IlUlfcOI? AND HAY- Y0UI4 -VV r i.- UN EXAMINED AND SPECTACLES OR FITTED WITH EYE GLASSES ROEIIM steNviIOIITSt 1MI'UHT1(3. JEWrJLKKS AJND OP TICIANS. 140 WOODWAUI) AVE. THEY MAKE NO CHARGE FOR TESTING EYES. AND SELDOM FAIL TO GIVE RELIEF. PuzsriTisil Agricultural Worb. Tcrk. fa. ji-JmrqaW'i StuJirJ Engiid ft 8if Milli Stall Sr IlaiUt Catalj DR. JOHN BULL'S Smitli'sTonic Syrup FOR THE CURE OF FEVER and AGUE Or CHILLS and FEVER, AND ALL MALARIAL DISEASES. Th proprietor of this celebrated medicins justly claims for it a superiority over all rem edies ever offered to the public for the SAFE, CERTAIN', SPEEDY and PERMANENT cure of Ague and Fe ver.or Chills and Fever,whetb er of short cr long standing. He refers to the entire Western and Southern country to bear him testimony to the truth of the assertion that in no case whatever will it fail to cure if the diroctionsare strictly followed and carried out. In a great many cases a tingle dose has been sufficient for ...

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 September 1885

STB THE CELEBRATED hi A ed . wpnn a li cm i-b v rr b i 1UUH 9? ilUU To Tho Farmers of Eastern Michigan: Permit us to address a few words to you on the subject of FARM WAGONS. We do not heed to point out the fact that no other imple ment about tho farm is so indispensable. Scarcely a move can be made in tho way of preparing the ground for crops, in caring for the crops growing,, in harvesting them when ready to bo gathered, or in their iinal disposition in the market, without bringing into use the farm wagon. With the single exception of the horse, and first in the order of inanimate tin 11$ 4,' th wag.):i is the farmer's best friend. In rain or in shine, from taking the fanner's wife and daughters to meeting down to carrying the most menial lo;d., the wagon serves its possessor year in and year out. Occasionally, to be sure, it groans if abused by overloading, or dismally shrieks if its"ales ate allowed to run dry; but if lairly treated it rumbles along the country's highways cheerf...

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