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The Weekly Expositor.
Friday, Ji nk 17, 1802.
REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET-
KOIt VK'K I'KKslDKXT,
Of New York.
The Republicans of Michigan will meet In
eonventioii at HhkIiihw, Wednesday, July joth,
iHit.', for the purpose of placing in nomination n
State ticket, and for the transaction of such
tither business as may come before it. St. Clair
county U entitled to eighteen delecates.
l'uoTF.cTKiN' does not protect foreign
Tiik tariil' is a terror to Democrats
Dkmockatic dark horses are keeping
"well groomed these days.
Thk Democratic House of liepresent
atives of the Knitcd States has passed
a bill placing binding twine on the
free list. Just at this time.thecordage
manufacturers of Great Uritain are
taking active steps looking to the for
mation of a trust to control the output
of rope und twine. This trust is to bo
known as the Hritisli Hope Makers'
Federation, and it will no doubt be
only too glad to contribute liberally
to the campaign expenses of the free
trade, party, for iiast favors received as
well as for others expected in the fu
ture. A QUESTION ANSWERED.
Would trnnh ii cfothes be Jn ti r if
the duty on wool trould be remondl
They would not. There are ho
many other elements of cost which go
to make ur the final price of a suit
of woolen clothes, that it is very
doubtful whether, even if the duty
on wool would be abolished and the
price of wool would fall, such euit of
clothes would bo much cheaper. The
Dry Hoods Economist itself, a paper
with Btrong Tariff "reform" leaning,
puts the question in a nutshell as fol
lows: It is doubtless true that free wool
does not mean so much to the manu
facturer in the way of cheapening the
cost of production as the Ways and
Means Committee suppose. Taking
the general run of woolen and worsted
goods, from cashmeres to overcoat
ings, it is probable that not much
more than two-fifths of the costs of
the various fabrics is represented by
the value of the raw wool in the bale.
Looking at the matter practically,
what is to become of the enormous
output of goods under this new dis
pensation, and where are the larger
markets abroad located that await
their coming? Even with free wool
and so low "an ad valorem duty as
forty per cent., we could scarcely get
a single foreign market without a
wider appreciation of reciprocity than
we can now anticipate, in fact, we
should be unable to hold our own
market, much less compete with the
lovpriced labor of England, France,
and Germany. And if we could dump
a little of our surplus in Central
America, what docs it profit us if
England meanwhile dumps her sur
plus in Broadway?
Moreover, a little reflection will soon
convince any one that free wool would
not necessarily mean much cheaper
woolen clothes. The principle ele
ment contributing to the fall in the
price of all kinds of woolen fabrics
during the last ten years has been our
protected methods of manufacture,
by which our factories are guaranteed
a steady and certain market. The
importance of such a steady market,
free from the contractions and ex
pansions which are the inevitable re
sult of Free-Trade and unrestricted
foreign competition, cannot be over
estimated. Now, if the duty on wool
were to be removed, what would be
the result? Our manufacturers, let
us admit, would buy their wool cheap
er by purchasing it abroad. But on
the other hand, the farmers who have
been raising wool, the laborers who
have assisted in producing it, would
find their occupation gone. Earning
no wages, or lowering general wages
by crowding into other occupations,
their purchasing power would be dc
minished; and us a consequence, by
the extent of the los in their pur
chasing power, would the manu
facturer's market be contracted. This
contraction in his market would be at
least great enough to overweight the
possible chcapenicg in eot of pro
duction by securing cheaper wool. So
what tho factory would gain on the
one side it would lose on the other,
and the price of woolen clothes would
bo no lower.
"We desire to say to our citizens, that
for years we have been selling Dr.
King s ew Discovery for Consump
tion, Dr. King's New Life 1111s, Buck
len's Arnica halve and Electric Hitters,
and have never handled remedies that
sell as well, or that have given such
universal satisfaction. We do not
hesitate to guarantee them every time,
and we stand ready to refund the pur
chase price, if satisfactory results do
not follow their use. These remedies
have won their great popularity on
their merits. Urant Holden & Bro
News In General.
J'.rown City firemen are reorganizing.
Port Huron has 70 saloons this
Algonac hotels are opening for the
The new elevator at Brown City is
The Tort Huron gold cure institute
has eight patients.
There will be ten graduates from the
Marlette school this year.
St. Clair has now a first class restau
rant, a long felt want supplied.
Arthur Vanorman, of Brockway, is
building a house in I'ort Huron.
Fort Huron city band will help Lake
port citizens to celebrate July 4th.
About a dozen of Fort Huron people
have left in a bod 3' to visit Europe.
E. U. Kecor. of St. Clair, is erecting
a two story brick block in that city.
The citizens' yachting association, of
Detroit, will have races at Algonac
During the month of May S.S'd im
migrants entered tho I'uited States at
Burglars are numerous in Fort Hu
ron at present. Man petty thefts are
Michael Kelly has been foreman in
Sheldon's tannery ut St. Clair for 4.J
years. A good record.
Thos. Simmons, an old resident of
Goodland, recently choked to death
while eating his supper.
A new sect calling themselves tho
"Children of God" are becoming quite
numerous in the county.
A Sunday School convention is to be
held at Urant Centre Saturday, June
ISth for organizing a township associa
tion. The Oakland & Somerville Hotels at
St. Clair are fast becoming full this
season. The Oakland has already over
The graduates of the Marino City
high school will now be admitted to
the Fniersity of Michigan without
The races at Fort Huron last week
were very successful. The next ones
will be held July 4 when $1,000 in
purges will be given.
John Adams was seriously injured
in Fort Huron on Monday by getting
his head caught between two dumping
coal buckets at the coal dock.
Frank Lamotte, of Fort Huron, while
drunk, has beaten his wife so it is fear
ed she will not recover. She has en
dured rough treatment from him for
Ten charcoal kilns have been built
near Calkins, on the Gladwin branch
of the M. C. K. K., where 1,000 cords
of wood are cut ready fr converting
Two young men were fishing near
Mayville recently when one of them
fell out of the boat and was drowned.
His name was Merton Harris and he
leaves a wife and one child.
W. H. Acker, of Richmond, is buy
ing wool this season at New Haven,
Adair, Richmond, Memphis, Emmet,
Yale, Brown City, Burnside, Decker
ville, Jeddo and Sand Beach.
Burglars entered Frank Wolf sty n s
house in Fort Huron and when Mr.
Wolfstyn got after them, shot him in
the arm. Two suits of clothes, one
containing $W in cash, which wastaken
from the house, were dropped m an
other door yard.
On account of Military and Seventh
St. bridges in Fort Huron beingsooften
blocked' by teams crossing on a walk,
it has been ordered that people may
drive as fast on the bridges as on the
streets. Heretofore there has been a
$" fine for driving faster than a walk.
A sad bereavement occurred in
Armada last week in the death of
Cant. H. Barrows, one of the town's
oldest and most highlj' respected citi
zens, who died Sunday, Juno 5, also in
the death of his only daughter who
died the day previous. The doublo
funeral was held on Wednesday and
the town is in great mourning.
A Contractor's Advice.
Messrs. Dullam Bros.: Gentlemen
I take great pleasure in testifying in
behalf of Dullam's (!reat German
Blood, Liver, Stomach and Kidney
Cure. I can safely say that I never
took such a medicine as that to cleanse
the liver, stomach and kidneys. I was
puttering tor years with biliousnci. in
digestion, and loss of appetite and
sleep. One bottle did for mo more
good than six months other treatment,
and I feel it my duty to testify in its
behalf so others may try it and get
cured, lours, w akiikx t. Kussei.i.,
Contractor and builder, Flint, Mich.
For sale by Grant Holden & Bro.,
A REBEL'S PRAYER.
AN ENTRY IN THE PAY-HOOK OF A LOUIS
IANA SfOAH PLANTATION.
The sugar plantation now owned by
ex-Governor Warmoth is one of the
oldest in the State, and during the war
was managed by a very virulent Seces
sionist, ami his employer seemed to be
the same. In the day-book of the
plantation, under date set apart by the
rebels for prayer, occurs the following
"Ttespay, l." Ji nk, ISM.
"This day is set apart by Fresident
Jell'erson Davis for fasting and prayer,
owing to the deplorable condition our
Southern country is in. My prayer
sincerely to i too. is that ever Black
Republican in the whole combined
world, either men, women, or children,
that is opposed to negro slavery, as it
existed in the Southern Confederarj,
shall le troubled with pestilences and
calamities of all kinds and drag out
the balance of their existance inmisery
and degradation, with scarcely food
and raiment enough te keep soul and
lHdy together; and, O God, I pray
Thee to direct a bullet or a bavonet to
pierce the heart of every Northern
soldier that invades Southern soil, and
after the bodv has rendered up its
traitorous soul give it a traitor's reward,
a berth in the lake of fire and brim
stone! My honest conviction is that
ever' man, woman, and child that has
given aiil to tho Abolitionists aro tit
subjects for hell. I also ask Thee to
aid the Southern Confederacy in main
taining our rights in establishing the
Confederate Government. Believing,
in this ense. the prayers from the
wicked will prevailothmueh. Amen."
SDKVICKS alternately at M.ao o'clock a. 111.
and 7.;so . in. Kcv. W. 1'. Perkins, luiHtor.
Sunday School at i . 111. A. iinhecu. Sui'I.
SliKVK'KS at i.:k h. hi. and 7.(ki 11.111. Kcv.
.Jense. Kllpatrick, pastor. Uesldeiiec, .sec
ond house cast of the brick chapel. Sabbath
school ut 2 p. 111. James II. Moore. Supt.
CHURCH OF CHRIST.
AT A. C. CIUI'KI.. Services at 11 a. hi.
I'rayer iiiccliny;s every Thursday evcnlii
at 7 o'clock.
CHURCH OF CHRIST.
VTMeneiey's Corners. Worship Lord's Day
inorniiii; at lo..i, ami incacliln every alter
nate Sunday evening ut 7 o clock.
DR. BENJ. CLYNE.
T)HYSK'IA AN1 SITKCKON. Craduate, of
1 the department of medicine mid surgery ut
Ann Arbor. Olllce 011 Main street, first huild
lnn south of (Instill Mock Vale.
DR. WILL H. COWAN.
1IIYSI('IAN AM) SUi:;i:N. Otllee on
Main street, opposite Commercial House.
Olllce hours li to daily. Residence 011 Main
street, south of the Kapley house. 47
DR. A. MITCHELL.
Special attenl ion yi ven to chronic discuses.
Olllce in Chamberlain block, oilice hours: into
VI a. in. and I to ;i p. in. Kesideuceon Mechanic
street near Main, Yale, Mich.
ATTOHNHY and Counselor-at-T.aw. Kooins
in the Kapley block. Probate business
and collections promptly attended to.
AVERY BROS. & WALSH
COUN'SKI,oi:s and Attorncys-at-I.aw. stew
J art block, I'ort Huron. Allheal business
Kiveu prompt attention
GEp. H. BROWN, D.D.S.
DKNTAfi ItoOMS. Opposite Post Olllce, Tort
Huron. Latest modes of oiieratlnir. Includ-
liiKhrldKe work or artitle.al teeth without plates.
GEO. W. BELL.
Vl'CTIONEKi:, Yale. Keal estate, personal
proiK-rtv or any kind of sales promptly at
tended to. Orders left at the Kxpositor olllce
will receive prompt attention. Correspondence
W. W. LORD.
AlTTIONKKlt, Peck, Mich., is prepared to
attend all kinds of sales on short notice and
at reasonable rales. Correspondence solicited.
Orders sent either by ui.ill or telephone to Dr.
Toal at l'eck will lie promptly attended to.
ACiF.NKKAL INV ITATION Is extended to
all to eall and see me when In town, (iood
accommodations tor commercial travelers and
fanners. A choice selection of wines, Ihpuors
and clears always on hand. Thomas lUpley,
rpONSOMAI. AKTIKT. Yale. If you want a
JL first class hair cut, shave, shainMo or sea
foam, don't fail to give, him a call. Charges
AUCTION K Kit. Peck, Mich.. U prepared to
attend all sales on khort notice und ut the
most reasonable rates. CorresNiidriice Is no
llctunl. All communication should be sent to
F. & A. M.
IV TJltOCKWA V I.ODGK, Xo. ntr,. Meets
Thursdays on or in fore full moon,
7VVKt Masonic hall. Main street, Yule.
T Vlsltlni brethren will receive a frater
nal welcome. John V, ark, W. M. Joph Kf
f rick. Secretary.
K. O. T. M.
V"A!.K TEST? 8C
X Kejcular review every
1st and :ird Tuesday even
ings at s o'eloek sharp, in
their hull, I.utz blink.
Visitint; Knights will be
royally received. Members
requested to attend regu
lar! v. .lames K. Lutz,
llecord Keeper. Will II.
PEERLESS HIVE. 123 L. O.T. M..
Meets the first and third Friday evening of
each month hi Maecabee Hall, at 7:.lo o'clock.
O. J. (iiuiF.UT, It. K. K. Cool-Kit, Com.
I. O. O. F.
..vfti,. A DVANCK LODC.K, No. 110.
-''f'y.s : i V Meets everv Fridav evening ut
tliir hall In Chamlte'rlaln block,
'"" Yale. Members of the order are
conliallv invited to attend. I.. Morrill, Jr.. N. (i.
Harmony Iwlge. No. 1i. D. of It., meets every al
ternate Wednesday. Mattie Jones N.(5.
I. O. F
COUNT YALE, No. 3i, Meets the second and
last Mondavs in each month at7:;w) o'clock
P.M. Visiting parties in vlclnitv are Invited to
attend. W. COWING C. U.
Stephen Pratt's Steam Holler Works.
(Established tsuiv) Manufacturers of High and
fow Pressure and Steam Heating Hollers of all
kinds. Smoke Pipes, llreachings, te. Old boil
ers taken In exchange for new. Ulvets, Holler
Plates, und Hoiler Tubes for sale. Corner of
Foundry street and Michigan Ontral railroad
track, DETHOIT.MICIX. 37
COLLEGE, Port Heron, Mich.
The best ecpilpped Business College in the West.
For circulars giving particulars, address
J. K. tJOODIER. President.
THE POLICE GAZETTE.
On and nfter January 1st, 192, the rates of
subscription to the "Police layette" will be as
follows: Onft year. j?.',.oo. Six months, f2.M.
Three months, SI.'JS.
RICHARD K. FOX,
l'HAXKI.IX SQl'AHK. N KW YOKK.
Thk Nkw Yokk Ii.t.rsTH.vrKp Nkwh will be
sent to any address In the United States or Can
ada for three months on receiptor one dollar.
Liberal discounts allowed to agents, postmast
ers und clubs. News agents can veil this paper
freely, oM-nly and above board. Sample copies
mailed free. Address
Nkw Yohk lu.t'sTit tki Nkwh.
'S2 Jlroadway, New York City.
The Disability Hill is a Lair.
Soldiers Disabled Since tho War are Entitled
Dependent widows and parents now dependent,
whose s'ns died from cllccts of army service, are
included. If von wish your claim speedily and
'"wt&Wfl,N JAMES TANNER,
lvtecominissloner of pen sions Wasliington.D.C.
and Commission to
Agents, Men and Women, Teachers
and Clcrcvmen to Introduce a new
and Kipular standard book,
"MARVELS OF THE NEW WEST."
A new n'-'Cht sold 70 In one week. Agent's prof
Its i:m;..yi. Over .100 original engravings. 10.400
coplM sold In one wwk. Exclusive territory.
Endorsed by the createst men of the country.
Agents thoroughly instructed. Apply to.
TheHenry Bill Publishing Co. ,Norwich,Conn.
Do Mosquitoa Kill Other Insects.
We Won't know. Ve do know that Parmelee's
Household Ointment la the best thing In the
world to apply for Insect Kites. Hums. Cuts,
Chapned lis nils, For Ulcers and Salt lthciim
Is sure to effect a cure. It Is guaranteed to do
this. Price for large box '& rents. Hold by
In effect May U, ls'jj.
HTAMlAKI) Tl M K.
!i J ;io.j J STATIONS. m :v)H
r. M.iA. si. . m. r. si.
ii I ii 10 i.v. Port Huron ah.! hi 4D h ir
7 .hi lb) 00 Yale 10 on 7 .m
7 r.t j 10 P.rownCltv 'J :u iu'i
Mil 110 40 .Marlette 11 0 4s
s 111 Hi) .VJ ciiiionl (mi ii :ik
k :w 11 in Mavville . a 40 (i -.'I
!i no ill :; Yassar I s r, 0 00
! ;u l'J Saginaw j 7 40 r :mi
lo Lh' u :. .it. Hay City i.v. '7 no 4 4.1
MA IV LINK KAMT
U'livo Saginaw 1 :.) p. si. Arrive at Flint 1 :-'."
r. M., Holly l:.vj M., Detroit :i:IO i si., Toledo
4:1'.' I'. SI.
.MAIN LINK N'KST
Leave Saginaw 4 :"o r. si. Arrive at Midland
.r:37 v. si., Mt. Pleasant 7:00 i si., Clare 0:X i
si., Evart 7:2" l si.. Heed Citv S:iH v. si., llaltl
win 8:40 H. si., Ludinutou iii.vi r, m,, Manistee
10:J0 r. si.
Conneetlug at Ludington wltrr Steamer for
Milwaukee (during the season of navigation 1,
making connections for all points West und
Sleeping Cars between Hav City, Saginaw and
Drawing l.'ooui Cars between Manislee, Sagl
h.iw ami Detroit.
Connections made at Port Huron and Detroit
In Union Depot for all Points South, Canada
and the East.
l-'or further information see time table of this
W. II. liAI.lWIN,.Jlt., W. K.PilTTKIt.
icn I Manager. tien l Supt,
A. Pa in 1 Alien k.
(Jeneral Olllce, Saginaw, East Side, Mich.
l' A. CIMSWOLD. Agent, Yule.
The Standard-Bred Trotting Stallion
Will be at his own stable In Yale every atter
HiMin for service, Tuesday and Wednesday ex
cepted Hrceding, size, style, action anddisio
sition considered, we think him the best horse
in hastern Michigan, and we make this state
ment without fear of a fair contradiction. His
sire, (inventor Sprague, was one of the best
racehorses that ever lived, and was, therefore,
turfed nearly all his life. Consequently there is
in all but 111 of his gel of which :u are in the i!:.io
list, and barring accidents Cickiwckk.t will add
one more to his roll of honor this season. Never
before, within the last lsuo years, has the service
fee of such a horse been placed us low as $15.ini.
For particulars empiire ot
Hkaiih, Hoi.dkv & Co.
Or Wst. K. SroTT, (Jrooni.
Tee Imported Clydesdale Stallion
SIR YERNON No. 4726
Will stand for mares this season, health and
weather erinittlng, as follows:
Mommv ikmiii will leave blsown stable In Hrown
City and proceed to Win. McIaihI's, Valley
Centre, for night.
Tckshav noon go to F. Monaghan's for night.
Wkixkkiay ikmiii priM-eed to Haplev's stable
Yule for night.
Tiii hshav ut a o'clock a. m. proceed to Moore's
Corners for noon; at '.' o clock p. in. proceed
to Peck for night.
Fill hav noon go Ut Peter MeKellar's, Oinard,
Sati'Hhav at 10 oVIim V a. m. iirweed tohlsown
sUble in Hrown City and iviiialu until Mon
Silt VEKNON, 47'.r., Is a iM-autiful brown ; was
foaled April L':.lsHj,brel by John McW illiains,
KlldriM hat, Money Kirk. Stramaer, Scotland.
Sired by Hlue Hiblxin, P.n;i Vol. V, dam Matrgie
of Klldrochat, iron. Vol. VI. Sire of dam Mcrrv
Tom. MB, Vol.1, (iranil dam, Maggie; sire of
grand dam. Young Clyde, i44. Vol. I.
TEHMS: To insure a foal. 10. Mares must
he returned regularly Ui the horse or they will
le charged as season mares. All accidents at
the risk of owners of marcs.
TIMOTHY COXNEK, Prop, and ('.room.
"f OKTCACE SALE.
Default having lieeii made In the conditions of
a certain mortgage bearing date the ;ilst day of
March, iss7, made and executed bv David Har
rettand Emma Harrett his wife, of 'the village of
Hroekwaj Centre, (now Vale) St. Clair Countv,
Michigan, to William Mdlobcrts. of same place,
and duly recorded in the office of the Itcgistcr of
Deeds for tho county of St. Clair on the 1st dav
of April, ls7, in liber 47 of mortgages on page.
.140, and on w hich said mortgage there Is claimed
to lie due und unpaid at the date of this notice
for principal and Interest the sum of one hun
dred und seveiiiv-nine dollars and fifty cents,
and also the further sum of twenty dollars pro
vided for in said mortgage us a reasonable at
torney fee for the foreclosure thereof, and no
suit ut law having been instituted to recover the
amount due and unpaid principal and Interest
und attorney feu secured by said mortgage- or
any partthercof.notlceisthcrefore hereby given
that, by virtue of t lie ower of sale contained in
said mortgage on Monday, the l'7th day of June,
Ikt at '-' o'clock in the afternoon (local time) ut
the front entrance to tho City Hail, In the cltv
of Port Huron In said County of st. Clair und
State of Michigan (said City Hall being the build
ing in which the Circuit Court for said County is
held) there will be sold at public auction to the
highest bidder the premises described In said
mortgage, or so iiiucli thereof as may be neces
sary to satisfy the amount due, us above sHcifleil
with the Interest thereon, und the attorney fee,
costs, charges und expenses allowed by law. as
provided for In said mortgage; said premises be
ing situate in the Village of YaWforineilv Hrock
way Centre) County of St. C'latr and State of
Michigan, and described as follows: The Lot
Numlier Seven (7) In Hlwk Number One(i), of
Heed & McNutt's first addition to the Village of
Hroekway Centre (now Yale) said lot extending
to high water mark of Mill Creek according to
the plat of said addition ns recorded in the office
of the Iteuister of Deeds for said County.
Dated Yale, March yist, ls'.'.
Wll.l.lASI (iOWAN, WjI.MASt Mcl'nr.KiiT,
Att'y for Mortgagee. 47 Mortgagee
State of Michigan. Countv of St. Clair-ss.
At a session of the Probate Court for said coun
tv of St. Clair, licld at the Probate Office In the
City of I'ort Huron, on the i;th day of June in
the year one thousand eight hundred and ninety
Present. John L. Hlack, Judge of Probate.
In the matter of the estate of Mary Ella de
ceased, John Ella having Died bis petition In
this Court, praying that Palmer I.Carson may
be appointed administrator of such estate, it
Is ordered, that .Tuesday, the th day of July,
if!).', at ten o'clock In the forenoon, at said Pri
bate Olllce, be appointed for healing thereof;
and it Is further ordered that a copy of this
order be published three sueeessie weeks pre
vious to said day of hearing. In the Wk.kki.y
Em-ositoii. a newspaper printed and circulat
ing In said County of St. Clair.
John L. Hi.ArK,
(A True Copy) Sw.'l Judge of Probate.
I have opened a new bakery in the Sex
ton IJlock on Main street north of the
It. . A new oven lias been built and
I am prepared to furnish
ITreslx I3rea.cl, Pics, Calces,
1 tread will be sold at the following
f trices: U pound loaves 5 cents or 21b.
oaves for H cents. (Jraham. 1'yo and
Cream bread mnde and kept for sale.
My bread may be found at S. II.
I have also fitted up an Ice Cream
Parlor and can furnish ice cream by
the dish or in bulk.
A share of public patronage solicited.
J. H. BR1EN, - YALE, HIGH.
J. B. FRANCIS'
IS TI-IE PLACE TO 33TT5T
Shelf and Heavy Hardware,--'
TIXWAliE, STOVES, PAINTS, l'AIXT OIL.
VAUNISIIES. GASOLINE, O. T. KEROSENE.
OKAI'IIITE AXLE (JUEESE. LUHIUCATING OIL.
SASH, DOOltS, ItLIXDS, JILACKSM1TII SU1TLIES,
KNOX ALL EI L LEU lf AIID OIL, SKATES, AND
Builders Supplies- ' ,
Persons consulting their own interests will call
on me before purchasing elsewhere, as I am in a
position to sell as cheap as the cheapest.
J. B. FRANCIS,
Manufactured by W. H. Harris, Brockway.
Manufacturer and Dealer in Ituggies, Carriages, Wagons. .The finest display
of rigs to be found in St. Clair county. Worth your while to look us oyer
whether you wish to purchase or not. Just received an immense Stock of
Carriage and Wagon timber and material.
WE ZDETT COFETITXOIfcT.
At the Old Stand,
City Marble and Granite Works.
Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Granite and Marble Monuments, Tablets,
Headstones, Mantles, Grates, Tiles, and Cut Euilding Stone.
Ituying direct from Quarries, in large lots, we are in a position to give our
customers the lowest possible prices consistent with first-class workmanship and
the best material, ltefore placing your orders with other dealers it will pay you
to inspect our work and prices.
Please remember, our new salesrooms and factory are now located on Butler
street west, opposite the Baptist church. Tort Huron.
X. B. MAIILON BEARSS, Yale, Mich., is our authorized agent. All
orders placed with him will have our prompt attention.
Do Not Miss This !
Having lately purchased the store and Elevator formerly owned by D. Quail &
Son. at Valley Centre, am ready for business and will sell
Hardware, Crockery, and Gents Furnishings,
At Rock Bottom Prices.
In fact will guarantee to compete with anv other House on the Line. Will
take in exchange all marketable Farm Produce and pay Highest Market Trice.
Just received a large stock of Paints in all colors, Oils and Varnishes, Bay
Port Lime, Hair for plastering. St. Clair Salt, and a large stock of Binder Twine
which we will sell you right, Vou will save money by calling on us before
We want 20.000 pounds "WOOL and will pay XHgrlxest 2varket
l?rices. Call and examine our goods. You will save money by so doing.
Xo trouble to show goods. Yours llespecttully,
H. A. COOK & CO.,
Trailer Cerrtro, 3MIIcli.igfa,rL.
Executed with Neatness & Despatch at this Office.
J. B. STEVENS, Y. S.
Toronto t Veterinary t College.
Calls promptly attended night
Offico next door to Itapley House.