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Blood Dis.jnco r.ro cvirod by
tho perscv.rimr vuso of Ayor's
5 f Sarsnparill:-..
Tlii.n jiu'dli-iMi in an Ali.ur.rive, ami
causes a riulit :;l olut.uftc in th .system.
Tlio process, in sojiio cases, lw.iy not lo
quito so rapiil ; i ia ntlicid ; but, with
persistence, tho result la certain.
Itoail theso t' limoniuls ;
" For two yra. s 1 snlTcri il from a so
vero pain i:i my t si.!c, and had
otlicr troulil. s ciuim l y u ruijii.l livrr
and lyspt jsi i. Afu r civinj,' several
medicines ti l.dr trial v it limit a cure, I
ltjan to taka Ayw's 5Siirsiij:mll;i. I
van greatly 1 iieliieil ly tin: lirst hottle,
and after tahhv live 1 t 1 1 -h 1 wan coin-
Jletely cured." J.ilui V. Ueiison, 70
.uwrciice St., Lowt 11, Mass.
Last May a I n jre carlumele hroke out
on my an:i. The iiMial r incdies had no
.CfiWt and I w as euntim-d lo my bed for
eight weeks. A friend induced iyo to try
Avcr' Sarsai M ilia. Less than three
Lot ties healed tiicsure. 1 n all my expe
rienco with nn aieine, 1 never saw inoro
Another markc 1 t iTect of the usii of this
inedieino was tlie strengthening of my
Bight."-. Mrs. lan-io Ad;-.i::s, Holly
"I had a dry pe-ily Inunor for years,
and sulTcreil tcrriMy ; and, as tnv broth
er and sister were .dtsolavlv nliiietcd, I
presume the nuda ly is hevi-d'.tarv. Last
winter, Dr. Tyr-.-i:, (of lYnianlin.i,
Fla.,) veeonuni iiiled mo to lake Aver's
Farsaparilla, ami continue it for a vi-ar.
Tor livo months 1 tool; it daily. 1 "liavo
not had a M-'nusl: upon my hoilv fur tho
last thrco inoniln." T. K. Wiley, lit
Chambers St., 't w York City.
"Last fall and winter I was troubled
vrlth a dull, heavy pain in my side. I
did not notiee j; much at tirst, but it
gradually grew worse until it beeamo
almost unbearable. During the hitter
part of tliis time, disorders of the stom
ach and liver increased my troubles. I
Logan takifr Ayei's farsaparilla, ami,
after faithfully continuing tho use of
this medicine, ivr s. iuo months, the pain
disappeared and I was completely
onn.il." Mrs. Augusta A. Furbush,
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
IMco $1 ; tlx Ionics, sji. Worth ?5 a bottlo.
. JDIR,. HILL'S
EfJ GLICE2 BUC-:i'
l One of the Geot
INVKSTICATORS IN USE.
Will Mir ill d'.Muei of the KMoctj, ntlj?r. Irritation o(
1W Nk of th Hlkddor, UurDiac Vrioe, Oloct, Uooorrhaa In
11 In logo. Mucosa Dlwliargp., Coetlon of the KMne.f t,
Brio Pot Dopoilt, Dlabotca, Iutlamniatlou cT th. KMw'70
aad Bla44r, tropT of Kl lutyi, Acil Crino, Moody Crine
Fall! IX TUB BACK, J'.cUiotioo of frin, Kri-.Uint Irliia
Uoo, Orarol la all ha form., Inability to Kttaln theWai.r,
partlawUrlT lo pwaona .lanoed lo life. JT IS A KIDNEV
IXVtMTIOATOa tbat rrirrei tho Vrin in Iti natural evlor
roooTM th arid aod burning, tod tb tITi'Ot of Ibo cicvatlv
of taloxtcatlug drlnli.
PRICE, SI 1 Three Dottles for C2.50.
DtUnrod fre of auj charjrs.
W Bod for Crrtnlar. Sold hj all DruzcUu,
W. OOHNSTCN & CO..
8oua Aoiim. EETUOIT. MTCIL
Palaca Steamers. Lot Eatos.
Tour Trips per Week Between
DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND
tU.XffuM6. CheboTcaa, AlronaTInrrtsvlUo,
Ofooda, Band lieitoh, I'o'X iluron,
61. Clair, Oakland juouae, Uuuo City.
XTery Week Ecy Between
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND
Eanday Tripe darintt July and Aagust.
Oor Illustrated "pamphiets
Sktoesnl Szeuraioa TiekoU trill be furniabed
by your Tloito t Atfc.it, cr addreBa
C. D. WHITCOMB, G.n'l Put. Bnt,
Dotrort & Cleveland Steam h'av. Co-
WE wl!l m tho inv rrward (nrnriT r.oof Uwr ComplalnK
fywptla. M'k Hwiuua linh.-oiiion, Ciuil.tln or Codirtnoat,
auaotcnr wtlb Wotl't t'V.I.: I.iver J illi. whra th dlr.-c.
Ihwtar ilrd llr cimp'Kd liirynro pure! trttabk, aod
1r bill in et' tutiifactlon. Fucfvr Cuxtrd. l.trzn Ir irt, con
tainhiir " fills 95 rrni. For talr i y -.11 ilruCL'l'". Iaro of
twuMnrf.Ui and lmlUi;,on. Th ffiiu'n n"irtctiirrd enly bf
otl.N V.. WiT A CO., IS1 A l-i W. Xu.il. n ft., Clii.-afo-'im
trial ftackaTfl uvi niail iri..ii.-l ''ki: ;.lcf 3 rrutitaiup.
THE LADING FAVORITE.
NEVER OUT OF OIU3EK.
If voudf8lrot5'urcliiiMni!cwln)r ninchlrM.
oak f-fur nrrnt at your placo for lrrm Und
rriivs. M you cannot find our n front, write
I wot to neiircstiuMretoyoiilK-n.wimne.l,
NEW HOMESEV'i'iG MACHINE G.CRAi'.GE,MASS.
ILL. ATI "1TA r-A. TEX.
TiiG Veekly Expositor.
TlIUKSDAY, NOVKMIIKli 8, lbS8.
(Jri'cu's Corners now has an elevator.
Police arrests arc scarce in Port Hu
The Palace rink at Port Huron, is to
be moved and rebuilt.
John 3dorash, of Kimball, died !Nov.
1st, at the age of 21 years.
Marysvillo has just discovered two
secret marriages in its midst.
The seats in the M. . church of Ma
rine City will be free this year.
Laundey Carney, of (Jratiot Centre,
died Monday morning aged 27 years.
The pulp works at Port Huron have
received live car loads of sulphur from
Peter (loulden, a resident of Port
Huron for 1G years, died ZS'ov. 1st, aged
W. liowinan, of Columbus, had two
cattle killed recently on the railroad
A teamster at Port Huron lias a
horse which chews tobacco, and is fond
of it too.
The Salvation Army in Port Huron
expect to have a grand celebration on
There have been 200 criminal cases
before Justice Wellman since the first
Forty-two dollars have been expend
ed by the county in repairing tho roof
of the court house.
Hallow'een was celebrated by tho
Somerville scholars with a private
(leorge (iursky, a Herman living in
Port Huron, died of malarial fever last
Sunday, aged 20 years.
Coodells people are considering the
advisability of building a new M. IZ.
church in their village.
Miss Jennie Hanver, of Lakeport,
md Will Childs, of Grant township,
were married Xov. 1st.
The young ladies of Fort Gratiot are
to give a grand Leap Year party, to
morrow (Friday) evening.
The ladies of the AV. C. T. U. of Port
Huron, served dinner on election day
in Shaw's ice cream parlors.
Hon. S. S. Habcock, of Detroit, ad-
Iressed the Ptepublicans at St. Clair on
Friday evening of last week.
Garrett MeXutt, for 50 years a resi
dent of this county, died at his home
in Clyde, on Monday, Oct. 29th.
new water tank is being built at
the approach of the round house in Ft.
Gratiot, with a capacity of 50,000 gal
It has been estimated that it will take
!?HOh) to dredge P,laek river, at Port
Huron, to a uniform depth of eighteen
The Phoenix Iron "Works at Port Hu
ron have the contract for building a
large boiler for the steam barge West
ford. An addition has been built to the en
gine house at Goodells, by the railroad
company, to bo used for a dwelling
Tho Mnson3 have been presented by
It. S. Patterson with a fine clock for
their new hall in the Knill block, Port
Fort Gratiot's locomotive works have
recently turned out a new engine, num
bered 31. It will run between Pattle
Creek and Chicago.
The colored democrats of Port Huron
expected to hear an address from 1'ev.
II. G. Lewis, a colored orator.last week,
but he failed to show up.
Tho Masons have dedicated their
new hall in the Knill block at Port
Huron. The rooms are very commodi
ous and elegantly furnished.
A new steam barge is being built at
St. Clair, designed especially for the
lumber trade. She will be ready at the
opening of navigation next spring.
A woman named Dorwood, who has
lived at Lakeside park above Fort
Gratiot for a number of years, has been
taken to the asylum. She was proving
a great nuisance.
One day last week as a farmer was
crossing the track of the P. II. & X. W.
lt'y, near Fort Gratiot, he met with a
very narrow escape. The engine took
one of the hind wheels f rom I113 wagon
Slate roofs have been substituted in
place of iron on the C. & G. T. black
smith and forgo shops at Fort Gratiot.
The gas arising from the burning coal
corrodes the iron and causes the roofs
John Harrington, a farmer living
four mile out on the Itiver road from
Port Huron, fatally shot himself on
Monday. He had been ill a good many
years and had lately shown some signs
Joseph Redhead, of Columbus, serv
ed ai) English harvest supper of roast
beef, turkey, chicken and plum pud
ding to about 30 guests on Friday eve
ning; Oct. 20th. The guests will long
remember the event.
A lamp exploded at John Campbell's
residence in Port Huron, one night last
week, and caught the clothing of his
eleven months old daughter, burning
her so badly that she died from tho cf
feets the next morning.
In order to get money out 'of tho
poormaster, Mrs. Williams, of Port
Huron, would, by changing her appear
ance and looks at different times, get
all the cash she wanted. Sho tried the
same game on Poormaster ltobert3 but
it was no go.
Jacob Premier, a shoe dealer of Port
Huron, has become violently insane
Business troubles supposed to bo the
cause. Ho has been confined in the
county jail and his place of business
closed up. lie was a man well liked by
his many friends.
A patient at the Hospital and Home,
Port Huron, named John Dutlie, died
from malarial fever Sunday last. He
camo from Buffalo but as none of his
friends could be informed, he was
buried at the expense of the county.
His age was 21 years.
An employee of Jas. Goulden, of Port
Huron, one day last week, stuck his
shovel into tho ground at the back of
the residence when something explod
ed, tearing the llesh from the man's
leg and knocking him senseless. Tho
something was found to be a dynamite
cartridge in a tin box, and now Mr.
Goulden would like to know how it
came to be on his premises.
Some people are just as cross as a
bear, they snap your head oil when you
happen to open your mouth. We can
not excuse them, for they have bad
colds, which makes them irritable, and
are too mean to buy a bottle of Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup, which would re
store their good nature.
Auction Salt:. Geo. W. Bell, auc
tioneer, will oITer for sale by public
auction at the residence of the under
signed, one-half mile south of ltose
burg, on Dec. 3rd, a lot of stock, farm
implements, etc. Joskpii Moxley.
Geo. W. Bell, auctioneer, will offer
for sale by public auction at the resi
dence of the undersigned, in the town
ship of Fremont, one mile north and
one-half mile west of Hoseburg, on Fri
day, Xov. ICth, 1S88, commencing at 1
o'clock p. m. sharp, a lot of first-class
stock. Jonx Wilson.
Postponed Sale. G. W. Bell, auc
tioneer, will sell for the undersigned at
his farm in the township of Greenwood.
2 miles south and 1 mile east of Green's
Corners, on Wednesday, Xov. 14, all of
his farm stock and implements. Sale
to commence at 10 o'clock sharp.
Geo. W. Bell, auctioneer, will sell for
the undersigned at his residence one
mile north of Brown City, on Thurs
day, Xov. S, commencing at 1 o'clock p.
m. sharp, all of his farm stock and im
plements. Ei'Araim D. Kni.
Geo. W. Bell, auctioneer, will ofi'er
for sale by public auction at the resi
dence of the undersigned, -i miles north
and 2 miles east of Peck, on Tuesday,
Xovember 13th, a lot of farm stock,
implements, etc. Sale to commence at
one o'clock. Wm. Bagen.
George W. Bell, auctioneer, will offer
for sale by public auction at the resi
dence of the undersigned, 4 miles east
and h mile north of Brockway Centre.on
Monday, Xov. 12, all of his stock, farm
ing implements, etc. Salo to commence
at 1 o'clock p.m. Alvin Wi:stovi:k.
Fancy Goods Store
I wish to inform tho la2ie3 of
Brockway Centre and vicinity that
I have opened a new Millinery and
Fancy Goods Store
IN THE BUILDING LATELY VACAT
ED BY J. B. MILLS,
Brockway Centre, - Mich.
and cordially invijo all to call and';
soo rac before purchasing.
A Full Asscrtmsnt cf Millinery
including the novelties in Fancy
Velvet?, Plushes and Itibbons. Also
a beautiful display of Feathers.
Dulter and epgs taken in ex
change for goods.
MRS. G. A. PERKINS.
it a ... a: a
MethodlHt Protestant t'linrrh.
Services alternately At 10:80 o'clock a. m.. and
7 p. m. Kev. J. M. IHASIm L.I.. riiHtor,
kiumlay School at 4 i. m. 1. DRAKE,
'MethoilMt Cplaronal Church.
Services alternately at 10:.'Wa. in. ani 7 p. m.
Hv. v. w. UAKMJ31. Pastor.
Sunday School at 8 p. m. C. COOPER,
Church of Christ at the A. (', Chapel.
Services at 11 a. m. Sabbath School at 3 p. m
trayer meeting every 1 hursday evening 7 :30.
Cnurcfi of Christ Menerey'n Corners.
VorHhlp Lord's Day morning at 10:30, and
noun. ..!... n ll.no ta Unn.lnir uv.nlniy m
BUS I X ESS D I It KOTO It Y.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
Graduate of th Department of Medicine and
Surgery at Ann Arbor, Mich. OiUcoou Aialn-st
Qrst door north or Jloiden isiocic.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
11ROCKWAY CKNTRU. MICH.
Office Hours, from 1 2 to 2:3() cacti da v.
Omce on Main Street.
23- 2-1. DnAirB,
.ZL-b-fc o r ri e y afe - Tit a.Txr.
Ofllce upstairs in Uapley's Brick 15!ock.
BROCKWAY CENTRE, MICH.
Affidavits for Marriage Licenses Issued.
W 2,1 - GOWA1T,
Attorney and Counselor at Laxo.
Rooms over Brockwav Centro Bank,
nROCKWAY CCNTKH. . MICH.
CHAS. K, DODGE,
Altorney-at-Lavv, Port Huron, Mich.
MONEY TO LOAN.
PORT HURON, MICH.
The best equipped lltiHincss College in tha West.
I or circulars ifivintr particulars, address.
J. R. OOODIEU. President.
J". D- JONES,
For the Hartford Fire and Marine and other
companies. Insures against Fire, Lightning,
lycione ana windstorms, jsrockway Cente.
BROCKWAY CENTRE, MICH.
If you want a first-class Hair Cut. Shave,
Shampoo or Sea Fosin don't fail to Rive him a
call. Charges moderate.
PETER F. IIICKEY, Trop.
Brockway Centre, - Alichigan.
Havhiir assnnied control of the above house
we are prepared tOEiveirood accommodations to
noth commercial travelersand fanners at reas
onable rates. A choice stock of wines, liquors
and ci-'ars constantly on hand
TIIOMS HAPLEY, PP.OP.
Brockway Centre, - Michigan.
A eeneral invitation is extended to all to call
and see me when in town. Good accommodations
for Commercial Travellers and Farmers. A
Choice Selection of Wines, Liquors and Cigars
always on hand.
PORT HURON, - - MICHIGAN,
W. F. Ballentine, Prop.
Good accommodations to tho travelling public
at reasonable rates.
GEORGE W. BELL. AUCTIONEER,
Brockway Centre, Michigan.
Ileal Estate. Personal Pronertr or anv kind of
Sales promptly attended to. Orders left at the
EXPOSITOR tfllce will receive prompt attention.
Correspondence solicited. Auction iiills printed
at the above-named ofllce with neatness and dis
patch at Reasonable Kates. Give us a call.
MONEY TO LOAN,
In large or small sums. Apply to
B.C. Farrand and W. L. Jenks,
I'ort Huron, Michigan.
QYHUa A. 1IOVEY,
GEO. H. BROWN, D.D.S.
Opposite Post Office, Port Huron, Mich.
Iitcst modes of operating, Including biidjra
work or artificial teeth without plates.
Those havliiffchllilicii t.) educate will do well
to send a postal card for n copy of the Educa
tional number of the Hkkai.d and Puk.suvtku
containini; nnnouticcments and advertisements
of the lending gchools and colleges of tho conn
MONTFORT & CO., Cincinnati, O.
flfXTJI WREWAnnKD are those who road this and
IVlLr.Ul then act; they will find honorable em
' ployment that will not take them from
their homes and familes. The profits Are large
and sure for every industrious person, many
have mad.; and are now making several hurt
dteddo!lars a month. It is easy for anvoueto
make $3 and upwards per day.who is willing to
work. Either sex, young or old; capital not
needed; we start you. Everything new. No
spneial ability required , you, reader, can do it as
well as anyone. Write to us at once for full
particulars, which we mail free.
Address.. Stinson fi Co. Portland, Maine.
flPPBSE WosDins exists In thousandsof forms
LLLf but are surpassed by the marvelsof Inven
tion. Those who are In need of profitable
work that can be done while living at home
should at once send their address to Ilallett A
Co. Portland, Maine, and receive free, full infor
mation how either sex, of all ages, can earn
fromIS to 33 per day and upwards wherever
they live, You are started free. Capital not
required. Home have made 50 in a single day
at this work. All succeed.
AGENTS NS: WHICH?
Froleclica, Fre: Trade or Revenue Refcra
A book that cont-ilns the best, nrtlelc of the
most emln Mit political economists and statesmen
on both s'dcr, of this crept national iiuestlon.
i:,noo,ooo vot.-ri want this Information. Agents
arc selling f t to ?. copies a daw
A 6.V) prc.rn book for .?.oo. Addrr ss
A. W, MILLS, Publisher, Tccuinscil, Mich.
DRESS GOODS, BLACK GOODS, SILKS,
PLUSHES AND FLANNELS.
We commence the season with several bargains in
ess Goods and onicstic Goods
which would do you good to 6ce.
LADIES' AND MISSES' CLOAKS.
All grades of
Jackets, Wraps, Newmarkets and Seal Plushes,
We guarantee the lowest
$20,000 Worth of Men's and Boys' Clothing
hasbeen marked down to close, besides some broken lots at 50 cents on
tho dollar. Call and tatisfy yourself that we fell the best goods at
tho lowest prices.
North End of Bridge, Port Huron.
Still to the front with the
LARGEST and BEST ASSORTMENT
of Carriages and Buggies ever offered In this vicinity. Buggies of every
stylo and finish; aleo work made to order on short notice. Call and neo
my Celebrated Steel Gear Buggy the best in tho market. A Full Lino of
which I propose to pell cheap, and
Please call early and look over my
self. We make ten different styles.
Horseshoeing and jobbing promptly
for past patronage, I would further
9. x mm a n-m pa ni
EXTRA INDUCEMENTS TO BUILDERS.
We are after a sharo of your trade. Our latch-string always out.
57" Call and get prices beforo going abroad. "XDa
Paints and Oils,
Copper & Tinware
and in fact anything in the Hardware Line, call on
A. W. FERGUSON & CO.,
New Ilapley block,
THIj WEEKLY mi OS-lOII
has first-class facilities.for executing
Job Work of ell Kind
In a First-Class
WE - GUARANTEE - SATISFACTION
A fulls tock of bill heads, letter heads, note heads, envelopes, fcc,
always on hand.
Prices Lover than ever.
VralIlut Marhlo top center Table $5 50
A fine set Cane Chairs 4 25
Handsome Lounge and walnut fram6 5 5o
A fine Cubbard 7 feet high 1 00
Milk Safes for 4 50
A fino Bedroom Set for 10 00
Don't go to Port Huron "when you car.
do better at home.
Opposite Duflic Block, Brockway Centre.
prices on every garment.
warrant every ajticle here mentioned
stock and pick out a buggy for your
Repairing and painting a specialty.
attended to. I hanking the publio
solicit a continuance of the same.
- ED?H -. IN - WORK - AND Will