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i I cox's Corner.
! FOR SALE!
One Parir. of HtU acres, 110 acres Improved.
One Far nl of ii acres, all Improved, and ttoacrn
of wild Und.
One yoke of 4-year-old bulls, very handy and a
Olio liorso 10 year old, and one colt 3 years old
' which weighs l,4oolus.
Two Merino bucks and as trade Merino ewos, In
loti to suit purchaser.
Having had soino experience In the auctioneer
husine.ss loiter my services to those in need, on
reasonable, term. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Anyone wishing to insure their property
aeainst loin lv Are or llelitnlnx in the ew Far
mers' Mutual of St. Hair and Sanilac Counties),
which in in a prosperous condition, will please
notify iuc by postal, us I am uiicnt for salu co
H. J". WILCOS,
Greenwood Y. O., Mich.
The illustrated catalogue and retail
price list, showing the styles for Fall
and Winter Cloaks, which we sent out
last year, gave such universal satisfac
tion that we have decided to issue an
edition for 1SSS-J. and it will bo sent to
all who reiiuest it.
Those living at a distance from the
depots of fashion will bo able from its
Eage3 to g :t a clear idea as to what will
o worn the present season for outside
garments, and also of their value.
Where necessary we revise and improve
the shane and lit of all garments sold
Flush Sacques and Jackets will be
likely to retain their place in public
esteem, and many handsome novelties
are shown in high grado Wraps of rich
Wo will send qjoods on approval if, in
case of return, the charges are prepaid.
Customers will receive tha benelit or
any changes made in our prices, and .all
orders will be promptly attended to.
Take the elevator to the second Uoor,
where you can examine our very large
stock and buy them at prices which
cannot be duplicated in eastern Michi
Thn Hrvce block is supplied with all
modern conveniences. ou are kindly
invited to look through the various de
One price, marked in plain Ogures.
Orders bv mail filled promptly and
with care. Parcels checked for regular
trains and steamers.
G. G. MISEL & BRO.
lirvce Hlock. corner of Military am
Water sts. Port Huron Mich.
Having Just receded a Urge s toe It of
Dry Ooodiy Qlothing,
Boot and Shoes,
Hats and Caps.
Dress Goods and
I all tae latest styles and at prices that defy
Te would respoctfully Invito our customers
ud all others to examine the good and prices
before purchasing elsowhcre. wo guarantee to
satisfy all In regard to prices.
On all cash purchases of ft and over wo will
givo nve per cent. on.
You will alwavs find Miss 1!. Haves on hand
ready and willing to show coods and give prices,
Thanking ruy rriendsior tnoir past patronage
and soliciting a continuance oi tue same,
I remain yours truly,
W. H. BALLENTINE
C. E. ROSWELL
A HOT CAMPAIGN
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JAkll'.S A. KIKR. Publisher.
BROCK WAY CENTRE, MICH
Brcckway Goes Republican Once More.
As Brcckway Gees so Goes the
ARRISON AND MORTON PRESIDENT
Tuesday v;is a pleasant day although
rather chilly and a large vote was polled.
There were four tickt-t3 In the Held
Republican, Democrat, Prohibition and
Union Labor, tlio latter being a repeti
tion ot the Democratic ticket. The to
tal vote cast was 457, an increase of 22
over ls8i. The fusion vote of this town
ship four years ago was 213, republican
155 and prohibition 07. Helow will bo
found the returns for 1SS8:
1ST ATE TICKET.
Cvru (.;. Lurts, Hep 230
Wellington It. Hurt. Deru 1st
Amherst 15. Cheney, l'ro CO
For Lieutenant Governor
i me II. iM ieDonald. lien 2:
William 15. Moran. Jem 17
Stewart 15. Williams, l'ro CO
For Secretary of State
Gilbert K. Ostium, Pep 230
Thomas D. II aw ley. Dem . 10
l'eter N. Hagle, l'ro ft)
For State Treasurer-
George I j, Malt, Kep 230
John it. onon. Hem nx
Alfred WUe. Fro CO
For Auditor General
Henry II. Aplin. Kep 2:10
P.attlor lireen, Dem 1C7
Daniel A. Waterman. Pro to
For Commissioner of tho Land Offlee
(Kseoo I). llx. lien aio
Smith W. Fowler. Item 1
Guernsey 1". Wariii::. l'ro 60
For Attoi-p.ev General
Stephen V. K.Trowliridgo, Kep 3.10
Aao onus a. r.ins. uem joi
Ixiinuel Chile. Fro (0
For Simerlurendent of Public Instruction-
Joseph l.stabrook. Hen 230
Stuart Mackibbiu. J tern le
ahez Montgomery, l'ro o
For Member of State Hoard of Education
lti-v F. Powers. Iten 2W
harles K. King. Pern 1"
William A. Heartt, Pro 00
I'or Ucorosrntatlvi) In Congress, Seventh Dls-
William HartsufT, F.cp 220
lustin i:. vimn:g, jem i"
)rson lugaiis, rro
For Seuator in St.Ho I.e'lslature. FlfteoBth
Jilbert It. ix)veiov. Kep 2
John K. Harringer, 1'ern !'
Samuel V, warren, l ro o
For Hepresentative in State Legislature, bee
John 1). Or nnel . Ken 261
losenh (iibhons. Dem It
Sylvanus T. Percy, l'ro 67
For Judire of Prob Mo-
John L. P.lack. Ueo 21
Charles K. Dodze. D?m 171
Joseph S. Sutton. Pro ot
For Proscuting Attorney
Ilornian W. Btevens. ltep
Sfvard L. Mernam, Item 178
E. II. lraKe. l'ro i
For Re cistcr of Deeds-
John M. Kobeitson, Kep 210
John S. Duffle, Dem !'
Ilirasa smttn, rro dj
For County Treasurer-
Sidney S. Hrooker, Rep 233
William Hums, Dem 172
John llrewn. l'ro 60
For Comtv Clerk-
Frank S. Parker. Ren 2M
Charles S. Warn. Dem 1
James Hrown Gfi
Georce n. Mann, Rep 236
,iaroo liematz. item no
William Strong, l'ro M
For Circuit Court Commissioners
AVUham Grace, Ken.
Frank T. wolcott. K
Patrick If. Crimmins. Dem
Thomas S. F.niery, Dem 1S5
Lerlne K. Cadv. Iten 3'
William C. 11, Zentgrebe. Kep 229
Joseph L. Hartholomew, Dem 1C7
William K. Moore, Dem K'7
Hueh n. Ouail. l'ro
James Robertson, l'ro 65
For County Surveyor-
Henry K. Hrown. Rep 22i
Henrv P. Jennev. Dem 1C
James kennifle. Pro 1
Congress J. It. Whiting, dem.
State Senator J. K. Harringer, dem
Heprcscntative Jos. (ribbons, dem
The following is a list of the officers
who will serve the people of the county
for the next two years:
Judge of Probate J. L. Ulack.
Prosecuting Attorney S.L. Mcrriam
Register of Deeds J. S. Dufiie.
Treasurer Wm. Burns.
Clerk C. S. Warn.
Sheriff G. It. Mann.
Circuit Court Commissioners P. II
Crimmins and Thos. S. Kmery.
Surveyor II. P. Jenny.
Coroners W. K. Moore and J.
A Bargain for Farmers.
We take pleasure in informing our
readers that the Ohio Farmer, which
has a national reputation as the lead
ing agricultural journal of the country
is offered for the coming year at only
one dollar, per year. Its very large
circulation, now numbering over sixty
five thousand subscribers In every state
of the Union, and its liberal advertis
ing patronage, enables its publishers to
give to the farmers of this country one
of the very best, most enterprising, re
liable and instructive agricultural, live
stock and family journals of America
at the very low price of only one dollar
per year. The Ohio Farmer is publish
ed at Cleveland, Ohio, is national in
everything except in name, is a 10-page
04-column weekly of fifty-two issues
a year, and is acknowledged authority
on all agricultural subjects. It is con
ducted by an ablo and experienced edi
torial management that spares no ex
pense or labor to add everything pos
Bible to its value. Specimen copy and
premium list will be sent free to all ap
plicanta by addressing tho Ohio Far
mer, Cleveland, Ohio.
The combination of ingredients found
in Ayer's Pills renders them tonic and
curative as well as cathartic. For this
reason they are the best medicine for
people of costive habit, ns they restore
the natural action of the bowels, wit!
Great Joint Stock Cale.
There will be a Joint Stock Sale at
Peck, on Friday. Xov. l, comprising
10 head of cattle, 30 head of horses and
colts, 30 head of sheep, 20 head of hogs,
also a large number of article:) not men
tioned Lore. Don't fail to attend as Ave
expect it to be one of the largest sales
ever held in Sanilac county.
JOHN t'OLLINS, ,f
Dissolution of Partnership.
Notice is hereby given that the co
partnership heretofore existing under
the firm name of Mason & Johnson,
milliners, is this day dissolved by mu
tual consent, the Misses Mason retiring
tnd Persio Johnson continuing the
business, and who will attend to all
claims and accounts of the firm.
Dated this 10th day of October, 1888.
Their niittlnesH rioomTng.
Probably no one thing has caused
such a general revival of trade at C. A.
ells it ( o s 1 )rug Store as t heir giving
away to their cimtomera of so many
tn-e trial nottieaor ir. Kings iew
Discovery for consumption. Their
trade is simply enormous in this very
aluablte article from tho fact
that it ai-
,ays cures and never disappoints.
ouglis. l olds, Astlima, Jiioiiciinis,
roup and all throat and lung diseases
miickly cured. You can test it before
uying by getting a trial bottle tree,
tree size 81. Kverv bottle warranted.
In the Prospectus
which we received recently from the
Youth's Companion oifice, we notice
t array of noted contributors which
promises unusual excellence lor tue
lining volume. First among them is
the Right Hon. W. E. Gladstone, af
fectionately called the. "Grand Old
Man," the greatest of living statesmen,
who writes on "Tho Future of the En
glish-Speaking Races." Then General
Lord Wolseley, who will tell of his
strange persoual adventures in the field
with the British armies. Then Prof.
Tyndall, and Justin McCarthy, who
writes of "Leaders in the House of
Lords," Archdeacon Farrar, on "Musi
cians and their Struggles," and Prof.
Huxley. Among American contribut
ors we una sucn wen-Knowu names
Lieutenant Schwatka, who writes of
Tight Pinches in the Arctic;" Andrew
Carnegie, on "Bits of Advice to Young
Men;" Dr. Austin Flint, Judge Oliver
Wendell Holmes, jr., on "Young Men
in tne i-aw, Atimirai iuce, Loionei
Thomas W. Knox, James Parton, and
at least one hundred others.
Tnr. Companion is a welcome visitor
weekly in more than 400100 families,
and has won a place in homo life ob
tained bv no other publication. Tho
wonder is how any family ca'i do with
out it. The publishers announce that
any new subscriber who fends 81.75
now, can nave tne companion iree
every week to January 1, ISS'J, and for
a full vear from that date.
Brockway Centre Market Report.
Corrected every week by Mcrhee andGrlnnell
buyers and snippers or urain ana frounce.
No 1 White Wheat 1 Ot to 1 04
No J Ked Wheat,
1 04 to 1 0
No 5 Had W heat
No 3 Spring Wheat
No 3 Peas
No S Peas,
Not White Oats
No S White Oats,....
No? Rarlev Oats,...
NoS Parley Oats,..
00 to S3
M to 1 00
45 to 60
40 to 4A
35 to 34
No Mixed oats,
The New Home Story Paper
56 COLUMNS 56.
Spark. ins Stories,
Ihs Cream of Literary Currency.
The regular price of TIIK ECHO Is
a Dollar a Year. It is furnished with
tho Wekki.y Kxpositou at 81.73. and
every subscriber to both papers is en
titled to a choice from the offers in the
Dollar Department of the Echo Premi
um Uook List, tho book or books select
ed being sent Iree, postpaid, to any ad
dress anywhere in the United States.
TIIH ECHO alone will be sent with
Premium Hooks upon receipt of a dol
lar addressed to
A cents for Tun Echo are wanted
everywhere upon liberal terms.
CARRIE E. TOIillE,
Scholars taught at renewable rates either on
oritan or piano. For further particular call
and see me, upstairs In the Duffle bloek, llrock-
tniw doi xouna on
filo nt (Jco. 1.
I&OWELt. ft CO'S
KewTtnper Advertising Puronu (10 8pnic
ttrei..vnereu.ivfr. psywnf 7rn
tUluffrnntj-iirti-niay J ullSt
bo luaUa lr U iuftUtastif aUlllll
24 to 25
ii . .. E RO (A a 111 i .
We have now in stock a full line of
Buggies, Timkin, Brewitor, Dexter
This is the PI1TEST 3DSIILjIj
wantinga drill are invited to call at
We have a full stock, in all sires, of
full stock of Carriage Wood Stock, Carnago Bolts, Carriage Axles, agon bkems, Carriages, liorse
Shoes, Horse Nails, Toe Calks, Heller Rasps, Axle Washers, Carriage Wheels, Buggy Tops,
Cushions, Dashes, Whip Sockets, Paints, Varnishes, Brushes; Twines, Rope, Hay
Tics, Axles, Scythes, Snathes, Etc.
Wood Pumps of
Harpoon Forks, Hay Carriers, Pulleys. Churns, Wheelbarrows, BuflUlo
- rm tf TTT til -!- T" 1 TT
P. McDOTJGALL, Manager.
BEAR ffl IIP !
Is selling goods at Astonishingly
Low Prices. Look at tho following:
Single Harness, from 6 00 up
Doublo Harness, from 21 00 up
Gray Robes, 4 00
Rl.anlcr.ts. from 85 UP
U -ring Halters, 75
Web Halter, Zo
and everything else accordingly.
Dry Goods of All Kinds !
Those who pay cash or Its equivalent can buy at
a roo notion rareiy nearu oi.
Good Canton Flannel for e.
All Wool Hhirtinfr Flannel for ."W. to4oe.
Dress Flannels cheaper than ever from 20c.
J.adievannwenn Ail vooi none, .nr. erpnir.
Children's All Wool Hose, 12ic. to 30c.
A Nice Lino of Clothing
cheaper than ever.
In Hoots and Shoes we can save yon a larjro
pereentane from prices you are paying.
ic least money.
In l eas we have the oest lor tin
All are cordially invited to call.
A. & E. O'Lcary,
We havo a full stock of the celebrated
WATERLOO IJUGGIES in our ware
Queens, Phaeton's, Surreyb, Combination and threo-sprinff I latform, and
X-oadino; Stylos Buggioa.
We have jnet received a Banijtlc of tho
OXT SAP.TII. It ha" all the
our warehouse and examine the
tho celebrated Studebaker Wagons
all Kinds. Buckeye Force Pumps.
wiiKinson riow3. xteea jaarrows.
Pt. Huron and Brockway Centre.
But go at once and secure some of the
AT THE BANKRUPT SALE.
are beginning to see that wo mean business, and are actually
closing out this enormous stock at a great sacrifice,
AVo have a tremendous stock of
CLOTHING. MEN'S WORKING PANTS AND SHIRTS
which wo must closo out immediately, and in order to do this we havo
slashrd prices lower than ever heard of in Brockway Centre,
Great cut in Flannels, Cottonades, Shirtings and Ginghams.
Best chance in Michigan to buy Boots and Shoes. Wo have a big
Btock from tho finest to tho cheapest, and all must go if low prices will
Wo are causing great excitement w ith low prices on Groceries and
Crockery. It puzzles them all to know how wo can sell so choap.
Ccxno and Got 3?ricos.
JAMES T. WATERMAN,
Our storo is full of
FINE CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS
and prices are lower than any other house in Michigan.
When in need of a Suit or an Overcoat call on us and we will bo pleas
ed to show you our goods, and guarantee you a first class fit.
Factory and headouartcrs, oG0 and 5Ci 3d Ave., New York. Branch
Mores Corry, Pa., Warren, Pa., Mansfield, O., Battle Creek and l?ort
Huron, Mich. Sicgfol tSc Son, Port Huron, Mich.
room. You will find Side-Spring
Crown before purchasing
and Waterloo Buggios. We hare a