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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 22 April 1886

Weekly Expo CM A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. Vol. IV No. 49. BROCKWAY CENTRE, St. Clair County, Mich., APRIL 22, 1886. Price, $1.00 a Year. The Weekly Expositor. A Red Hot, Aggressive and Pro gressive Journal for Live, Enterprising Readers. PUBLISHED ON THURSDAYS. o $1 Year 60o for Six Months 30c for Three Months. Jas. A. Menziks, Editor & Proprietor. CIIUIICH DIRECTORY Methodist Protestant Church. 8rrlcei alternately at 10:30 o'clock a.m.. and T p. m. Kev 1KA LfBAKON. Tastor. oaaay School at 8 p. m. T). DRAKE, Superintendent. Methodist Kplsropal Church. Swrloea alternately at 10:30 h. in. and 7 p. in. Rev. HENRY KINO. Tastor. Sunday School at i p. m. C. COOPKR, Superintendent. Church of Christ at the A. C, Chapel. Sarricas at 11 a. m. Sabbath School at 3 p. m Frayar maetluK every Thursday eveninc 7:30. CMurcU of Christ MeiiereyN Comers. Worship Lord's Day niorninjr at 10:30, and preaching every alternate Sunday evening at 7 'lock. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Dr. D. PATTERSON, CAPAC, ...

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 April 1886

The Weekly Expositor J. A. MtNZiK.s, F.ilitor and Prop BKOCKWAY CENTKE, MICH TIMELY TOriCS. Later reports from tho scenes of the terrible cyclone at t. Cloud, Sauk Rapids and Uye's Station, Minn., in creasa the total of deaths, injuries and disaster. The number of deaths will be between 75 and 100. Tho storm great ly infered with tho work of rescue and added greatly to the sufferings of the injured. Twenty-two hie reported dead at Rice's Station, Minn. At St. Cloud tho loss to the Northern Pacific andManitob-i railroads is $50,000, and to dwellings $5,000. At St. Cloud the storm seems to have been almost local in its origin and to have gathered and spent its force within a space of less than thirty miles in length and twenty rods in width. It started less than two miles south of St. Cloud about 3:50 p. m. A number of dark and ominous clouds gathered in tte southwest and when a short distance beyond the city they le gan to take the terrible appearance of a cyclone. A long and excessi...

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 April 1886

ITER REPROOF. Underneath a ahady tree Chanced n youth a maid to eec, To thirt roul, sequestered Book t$he hud wondered with a book; But the heat her senses dulled, ' Insect' drone to slumber lulled. And the author was so deep She had fallen fust asleep. Spying her thus slumbering there, Sweetly innocent and fair, lie f tolo Rottly up behind, (ientlv o'er the girl inclined, Ami, half fearing breath to take Lt, perchance, she might awake As the bee sweet honey ip8, Boldly kifsed her pouting lips. Wakened thus, in shy Biirprine, The maid cast down her lovely eye, And the youth began to try Kin rush act to justify, "I know," Hiiiil lie that I did wrong, Bnt my temptation was to strong, fciueli u melting mouth as thin Surely was but made to kind." Deeper still the maiden blushed, Rosier yet her sweet face flushed, Lower down site drooped her head. As with mndest tiir she said: "It mum wrong, most certainly, Thus to Men I a kiss from me, I was sound usleep, and you Might just uh well have...

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 April 1886

100 Different Styles 100 -or- WOMEN'S, CHILDREN'S & INFANT'S SHOES, Ranging in price from 20c to 4.75. 50 STYLES oENT'S AND BOYS SHOES 50 From 1.00 to 5.00. A Ladies Fine Opera Slipper for 65 nts sold elsewhere for $1.00. Any Lady buying a pair of Our 2.50, $2.75 or $3 Fine Shoes are entitled to a pair of Slippers. llespectfully Yours, HOLDEN BROTHERS. iAHWlBETtuSS, Moves ana 11 anges, OLTOHES WRINGERS, House Furnishing Goods, BUILDERS' HARDWARE, D 0 ORS ASH k needing11 . v...-, . "write me. Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings Rails, Window and Door Fratm I Lave the largest and best equipped mill in this Section oi'c- .oe, and can supply anything manufactured by wood workers. 237"I5uiklcrs are requested to send for a copy of my Illustrated Cat alogue and Price List. E E3 TAYLOR- (2JI fib Is 00 The undersigned having selected with special care a new stock of DRY GOODS, BOOTS & SHOES! And a new and full line of fresh GROCERIES which will bo sold at the lowest prices. He also calls ...

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 April 1886

ST 'O A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. w Vol. IV No. 50. The Weekly Expositor. A Red Hot, Aggressive ami Pro gressive Journal for Live, Enterprising Headers. o PUBLISHED ON TIIUUSDAYS. 9 $1 A YKA.K COC FOB SlX. MONTHS 30c iron Three Months. J as. A. Mexzieh, Editor & Proprietor. CHUltClI DIRECTORY Methodist Protestant Cuurcli. Services alternately at 10:30 o'clock a. m.. and 7 p. m. Rev IRA LkUARON. l'ustor. Sunday School at 8 p. m. t. DRAKE, Superintendent. Methodist Uplsroiial Church. Service alternately at 10:30 a. m. and 7 p. m. Rev. HENRY KISU. Pastor. Sunday School at 3 p. ni. C. COOPWi. Superintendent. Church ot Christ at Hie A. C, Chapel. Services at 11 a. in. Sabbath School nt 3 r. ni Frayer meeting every Thursday evening 7:'M. ChurcU ot Christ Mcncrcy's Corners. Worship Lord's Pay moruinic nt 10:30, and preaching every alternate Sunday evening at 7 o'clock. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Dr. D. PATTERSON, CArAc, - - hicil Office rtays, Tuesdays, and Saturdays. PHYSICIAN & SURG...

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 April 1886

The Weekly Expositor J. A. Mbxzizs, Editor aod Prop BROCKWAY CENTRE, - MICH. GEEIIAL NOTES. For!y-ona porsom wore contirmed at St. Paul's Church in Detroit ou Palm Sunday by Klshoy Harris. One ofjtheui was a youn lady, tho occasion of whoso confirmation at this tirao is very interest ng. The young lady is Florence Bowen, and sho came 9,000 miles to assume tho vows made for her by her sponsors in baptism. Her homo is in Buenos Ayrcs.and she is the daugh ter of Helen Lamed Bowen, tho grand daughter of Col. Sylvester Lamed and great-grand-daughtcr of Gen. Charles Lamed, whose memory is still groon in Detroit, though he has been in his grave many years. Previous to 1852 where St. Paul's now stands thnro stood a handsome, old fashioned framo house, with ample grounds. This was tho property of tho Lamed family. Here Sylvia Larned, tho great-grandmother of tho young lady from Argon tia, lived and died. Her grandmother also lived there. Her mother was born thero not long before tho demoliti...

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 April 1886

Talmac.k ok ' Newspapeb Men's Trials. 4,Ono of the great trials ol this newspaper profession is tho fact that they are compelled to see more of the shams oi tho world than any other profession. Through every newspaper oQVe, day by day; go the weaknesses of tho world, the vanit es that want to be pulled, tho reyenges that want to be wreaked, nil tho mistakes that want to bo corrected, all the dull speakers who want to be thought eloquent, all tho meanness that wants to get its wares noticed gratis in the editorial columns in order to save the tax of tho advertis ing column, all tho men who want to be set right who nuver were riht, all tho crack-brained philosophers, with story as long as their hair, and as gloomy as their linger nails. In mourning be cause bereft of soap; all the itinerant bores who como to stay live minutes and stop an hour. From tho editorial and reportorial room., all the follies and shams of tho world are seen day by day, and the temptation is to believe neither ...

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 April 1886

Xw&r Lb SJ '-i&J1' 4--J 'uS l'-' isfferen! Styles OF- SHOES, Ranging in price from 20c to 4.75. 50 STYLES oENT'S From 1.00 to 5.00. A Ladies Fine Opera Slipper for 65 ts sold elscwhero for $1.00. Any Lady buying a pair of Our 2.50, $2.75 or $3 Fine Shoes are entitled to a pair of Slippers. Respectfully Yours, HOLDEN BROTHERS. sieves ano Ranges, OLTOHES WRINGERS, se Furnishing Goods, BUILDERS' HARDWARE, nou AN MAIMER'S PATENT "Formova a-m mine tins Harrow before Harrow in the world for the following the same weight. "2. It is the lightest draught. 6. it nas steel teetn in stead of iron. 4. The teeth are driven through a malleable clip fastened around the bull, thereby strengthening the bar at the same time. No holes punched through the bars to weaken them. No nuts to rattle loose. No shoulders on the teeth to weaken them as in the old iron bar row, thereby making the STRONGEST, LIGHTEST, MOST DURABLE & CHEAPEST Harrow on the market. The teeth can be sharpened tor one-half...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 6 May 1886

rr- Wee Expositor KLY A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. Vol. IV No. 51. BROCKWAY CENTRE, St. Clair County, Mich., MAY 6, 1886 Price, Ssl.CD a Tear. l The Weekly Expositor. A Roil Hot, Aggressive and Pro gressive Journal for Livo, Enterprising Headers. o PUBLISHED ON THURSDAYS. $1 A Yeaii 60c for Six Months 30C FOB TlIBKK MONTHS. JAS..A. MliNZIKS, Editor fc Proprietor. CIIUKCH DIRECTORY MethodUt Protestant Church. Serrice alternately nfe 10:M0 o'clock a. m.. and T p. n. Kov 1UA LkUAHON, Pastor. SaaJay School at S p. m. P. DRAKE, Superintendent. Methodist Episcopal Church. Barries alternately nr 10::W a. m. and 7 p. m. Kev. HKNKY KING. PaHtor. Sunday School at 2 p. in. C. COOPER. Superintendent. Church of ChrUt nt the A. C, Chapel. Services at 11 a. m. Sabbath School at 8 p. ra, Tnyer meeting every Thursday evening 7:3u. ChurcU ot Christ Mcncrcy's Corners. Worship Lord's Pay niorninj? at 10:30, and preaehinjf every alternate Sunday evening at 7 o'clock. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Dr. D. PATTER...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 6 May 1886

The Weekly Expositor J. A. Mimzies, Eil i tor find Prop BROCKWAY CENTRE. . MICH GENERAL NOTES. A goose which has just diori at Stutt gart left the flock while still a gosling, and resolved to have nothing more to do with its ompanion geese, but to try a new way of life for Itself. So it bold ly marched into the barracks of a Uhlan regiment one day and stationed itself next the sentry box. Tha Uhlans were touched by the goose choosing to ally itself with their corps, ana built a shed for it to live in. For twenty-three years neither threats or persuasion were able to separate this bird from its adopted regimet.t. When the, corps changed quarters the goose went with then, and when the Uhlans went to f'ght for theii country the desolate creaturo took up for a time with a batallion of infantry; but no sooner did the tirst Uhlans enter the town than the goose marched out to meet them, and went with them to her old quarters. Since her death she has been stuffed, and in to be seen in a gla...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 6 May 1886

GUY'S CHORISTER. Tlie candlelight, falling on the boy's face, seeimHl to whiten It curiously, uiul lib brown bund shaded his eyes from the glare. "1 am a confounded fool to talk like this," the young composer continued, with some self-coutenint; "but I have lived so long alone that 1 cheat myself Into the belief sometimes that her picture Is really alive, or that her spirit lives In It for me. What wu I saying? Why should I ask you, my poor boy," he broke off, with a laugh, "you, who, I dare say, do not understand one-tenth of the words I sjeak or one-hundredth part of what I mean?" "You were telling mo of your musi ," the boy answered quietly. "My music right I I was telling you how I thought it was to make me famous, and how happy I was in dreams of to-morrow. Well, the dreams have faded away, as all dreams do, and I am left with ruined hopes and blighted prospects to comfort me." "Will you not tell me more plainly what It all means, sir?" his young companion asked. "I scarcely kn...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 6 May 1886

llnitJ Different Styles -or- f nm, CHILDREN'S & INFANT'S SHOES, Banging in price from 20c to 4.75. 50 STYLES GENT'S Frbm 1.00 to 5.00. A Ladies Fine Opera Slipper for 65 nts sold elsewhere for $1.00. Any Lady buying a pair of Our 2.50, are entitled to a pair of Slippers. Respect fully Your, HOLDEN BROTHERS. eves ano OLTOHES WRINGERS, ouse Furnishing Goods, BUILDERS' HARDWARE, BOOKS AID m j: js The undersigned having selected with special care a new stock of DRY GOODS, BOOTS & SHOES ! And a new and full line of fresh GROCERIES which will be sold at the lowest prices. lie also calls attention to the fact that he keeps the best tea for the price for which it can't be bought in New York. But tei and Eggs taken in exchange for goods, and the highest market price allowed. J. D. McKEITH, Spoakor, Mich. F A - Dealer in FURNITURE QR Fine Parlor and Bed-Room Suits, Extension Tables, Breakfast Tables, Chairs of .every style and description. Just receiving new spring stock. AN ELEGANT H...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 13 May 1886

A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. Vol. IV No. 52. BROOKWAY CENTRE, St. Clair County, Mich., MAY 13, 1886. Price, 81.00 a Year. The Weekly Expositor. A Red Hot, Aggressive and Pro gressive Journal for Livo, Enterprising Readers. o PUBLISHED ON THURSDAYS. o $1 Jl Yeak GOc for Six Months SOc you Tiiuise Months. Jas. A. Menzies, Editor & Proprietor. CHUltCII DIHEOTORY MethoilUt Protestant Church. Services alternately at 10::iO o'clock a. m.. and 7 p. m. Kev 1UA uuauu.n, rator. Sunday School at S p. in. D. DRAKE, Superintendent Methodist Episcopal Church. Services alteniatoly at 10:M0a. m. ami 7 p. m. Sunii&T Rchool at 3 u. m. C. COOPEK. Superintendent. Church of Christ at the A. C, Chapel. Services at 11 a. in. Sabbath School at S p. m Frayer meeting every Thursday evening 7:30. CHurcii ot Chrlut Mencrey's Corners. Worship Lord's Day morning at 10:30, and preaching ttvery alternate Sunday evening at 7 o deck. BUSINESS DIllECTOHY. Dr. D. PATTERSON, CAPAC, - MICH. Offlctt nays, Tues...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 13 May 1886

The Weekly Expositor J. A. Menzies, Editor and Prop BROCKWAY CENTRE, MICH. TIMELY TOriCS. Tho funeral of tho late Senator Mil ler of California, who died in Washing ton recently, cost the country almost $7,000. Of course these figures include tho expenses of tho congressional dele gation who "escorted" the remains to the Pacific coast, but all the samo thero is a startling significance in these fig ures. Iho advocates of funeral re form might with propriety begin their work in the halls of our national legislature, and mako every effort possible to free the funerals of public men from wicked, burdensome extrava gance and foolish display, and in its stead seek to inculcate as a character istic of so solemn and sacred an ordeal modest simplicity and true submission to God's will. This should bo true in all cases, lu the case of public men now in the empioy of the United States government as members of congress or in any other capacity, it's mighty poor policy to dispose of the surplus...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 13 May 1886

Are We Weaving "Threadi of Gold." In reading th little poem given te low, it would bo well for each one to pause and silently ponder oil the qual ity of tho threads they are each day weaving into their lires, and ask their own hearts tho solemn question, ara they 'threads of gold?" When we remember that "the hands that holds I hem" can fashion them out into pat terns rare" to bo found at last by the Master-Weaver," how watchful it should cause u to bo that in tho web of our lives should only appear 'threads of gold," shining across where the shadows lie," to brighten pot only our own, but the lives of all we love. My wish (or each and all is, that "brighter the gold of tho threads may appear, as tho web of life grows old," and that at last, "when tho bright threads break and tho shuttle falis." Anecls may como to uathiT them all , . - , xVeavIng them Into a work-a-da life, J Beautiful threads of irM! A'tbread of Joy, with a strand of strife, S And yet, the hands that hold May fushlo...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 13 May 1886

m sj r;T r-i w v.i 51 mm Different Styles -or- 'S. CHILDREN'S- & MAM'S SHOES., Ranging in price from 20c to 4.75. 50 STYLES GENT'S "From 1.00 to 5.00. A Ladies Fine Opera Slipper for 65 nts sold elsewhere for $1.00. Any Lady buying a pair of Our 2.50, $2.75 or $3 Fine Shoes are entitled to a pair of Slippers. Respectfully Yours, HOLDEN BROTHERS. EL B? es and DWARE I GLASS, itov CLTOHES WRINGERS, se Furnishing Goods, BUILDERS' HARDWARE, iou AND SU So lil Ww & WW 1 The undersigned having selected with special care a new stock of DRY GOODS, BOOTS & SHOES ! Ami a new anil full line of fresh GROCERIES which will bo sold at the lowest prices. lie also calls attention to the fact that he keeps the best tea for the price for which it can't be bought in New York. But tei and Eggs taken in exchange for goods, and tho highest market price ,aiiowci. YlcICEITH, Speaker, Mich. 1 A - :; Dealer in FURNITURE QR Fino Parlor and Bed-Room Suits, Extension Tables, Breakfast Tables, Chairs of...

Publication Title: Weekly Expositor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly expositor. — 20 May 1886

r BEKLY XPOSITOR. A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN. Vol.V No. 1. BROOKWAY CENTRE, St. Clair County, Mich., MAY 20, 1886. Price, $1.00 a Year. ...... .1 W :ho Weekly Expositor. A He J Hot, Aggressive and Pro gressive Journal for Live, Enterprising Readers. o PUBLISHED ON THURSDAYS. o t Ykjlr 60c for Six. Months 30c for Three Months. Jas. A. Menzies, Editor fc Proprietor, OHUHCII DIRECTORY Methsdlst Protestant Church. Bsrriass alternately At 10:30 o'clock a. m.. and 1 p.m. Kev 1UA. uuaku, rasior. SttJiday School at S p. m. D. DRAKE, Superintendent Methodlat Episcopal Church. arrfeea alternately at 10:30 a. m. and 7 p. m. Rev. HENRY KINO. Pastor, framisy School at 9 p. m. C. COOPER, Superintendent. Cktrch of Christ at the A. C, Chapel. Serrless at 11 a. m. Sabbath School at 3 p. m, Frajer meeting every Thursday evening 7:30. CUvrcH el Christ Menerey's Corners. Vfershlp Lord's Day morning at 10:30, and preaching every alternate Sunday evening at 7 o'olsek. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Dr. D. PATTE...

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 May 1886

1 The Weekly Expositor J. A. Menziks, Editor ami I'rop BROCKWAY CENTRE. MICH. TIMELY TOriCIS. All will cordially endor o the follow In? from tho C icago Herald: It is the Juty and it ought to bo tho pleasure of the postal authorities to give the Burae tlofie attention to newspaper as to letter mail, but it is also the fact that the fail tire to do to is, conspicious and annoy ing. A feeling appears to have grown ap among postal employes that news paper mail is of very little consequence, and the result is that in the same pro portiou as they are caroful of letters tin!) aro carclosa of newspapers. Yet the newspaper Is ' often a handy lubat'uto for a letter, and its content! ire apt to be ijuitw us important. The delinquency in this regard is not new. ILibitu il neglect of se'.!Oiid,-olass matter, ixcused, perhaps, on thti ground of tho Msunmd prior impoiiauco of first-class toatter, has been the rule. The situa tion calls for.tlm sonoiM consideration f tho postmastor general, who ou...

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 May 1886

THE SOUTH. My preat-souled woman noon to rUe And tip-toe up and loose bir liair Tig-toe and take from all tho skies Gods atara and glorious moou to wear. The broad magnolia'a blooms are wblte, Her blooms are lurt;e, as if the moon IId lofct her wav some Jnzy nlcbt And lodged there till the afternoon. Oh. vast white bosoms, breatlilnj; love, White Itoaoms of my ludy dead. In vour white heaven overhead I' look, and learu to look above. IIow soft the moonlight of the South! How sweet the iSoiitu In sweet moonlight! I want to klsH her warm, sheet mouth. A she is sleeping here to-night. How still ! I do not hear a mouse, 1 see some bursting buds ajMar, I hear Uod In his garden hear lllm trim some flowers for his house. I hear stars singing. And the mouth Of my vast river sings and sln;. And pipes ou reed of pleasant things Of promise, for Ciod's splendid South. JOAQl'IK MlLI.EU. SUZEjVNN. BY JULIA K. WKTIIERILL. The houn' is a mighty funny beas" remarked 'Lisher Whetstone, in a slow, del...

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 May 1886

n 111 are at the front again with a NEW STOOK op - awns, batinsL... Ginghams, Prints, Shirtings, Cashmero Shawls, Jersey Jackets, Street Jackets, Gloves and Hosiery. HEADQUARTERS ! tront LADIES MD GENTS FINE SHOES. Goods will be sold as CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST ! iive us a Call. SHOVELS. FORKS. SPADES HOES, GARDEN RAKES, HORSE POKES, SCREEN DOORS, WINDOW SCREENS, OIL STOVES, DOORS, SASH Plain and Tarred Building Paper, and all kinds of Heavy and Shelf Hardware. LE rn The undersigned having selected UMKU DRY GOODS, BOOTS & SHOES ! And a now and full line of fresh GROCERIES which will bo sold at the lowest prices. Ho also calls attention to the fact that he keeps the Lest tea for the price for which it can't tci and Eggs taken in exchange for goods, and the highest market price allowed. J. D. McKEITH, Speaker, Mich. F A - Dealer in OR I FURNITURE Fine Parlor and Bed-Room Suits, Chairs of every style and discnption. Just receiving new spring stock. AN ELEGANT HEARSE ALWAYS IN READINES...

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