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Weekly expositor. (Brockway Centre, Mich.) 1882-1894, August 03, 1882, Image 4

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CORRESPONDENCE.
Mlixlt-n liiruiurliigM,
The now Post Ollko Is progressing
finely, elau or it.
Tlie church lell was taken down last
week to cive nlace for a better one.
Jlev Kettes had no service last Sab
bath morning. Was assisting in
quarterly meeting: on Deckerville
charge.
Track laying is progressing rapidly
on the Pt Austin division of the l't II.
& N. "W. It. It. The engine is running
as far as Tyre, and will be at Had Axe
in about twenty days.
Miss llettes is visiting her friends
in Had Axe.
Minden will sink an Artesian well
on the corner, for the beneiit of our
village. Good idea.
The M. E. church have purchased a
site for a parsonage on the west Bide
of church. Will erect a building this
season.
ltev I. N. Elwood, former Piesiding
Elder of l't Huron district was In town
this week.
If you do not build a jail and shut
up our drunken men I shall call it a
bob-tail, worth no more than a setting
hen. More to follow. Sckiha.
Spring Hill.
Drlaywl Correspondence
Oh how warm.
Farmers are busy harvesting.
They say fall wheat is splendid.
"W. S. Hill cut four acres of timothy
hay which yielded twelve tons of No.
1 hav. How is that tor nigh.
"Wanes are good this harvest. Some
ore offering $2 per day aud men scarce
at that.
Oh 1 Elliott how you look, but then
it is the stvle.
Cherries are a good crop down this
way, -lets per quart is what they are
selling for.
The Grangers of Greenwood have
bought the grain shed at Fargo of C
P. Fair.
The shower Monday night was
much needed ior the heneht ot o
tatoes and spring grain.
Most of the fanners are through
haying and some- are through cut
ting fall wheat.
F. A. Hill lias hough t a large
lmilding at Fargo which Mas put up
for a store ami i range hall. He
intends to finish it oft for a store
and dwelling house.
We noticed James Todd in town
again, also Tho's Cubic. Monoc.
Capae Chips.
Ma chere ExrosiTon: Though for
some time neglected yet i.ot quite for
gotten, as you see.
Yes; thanks for the reminder. "We'll
try to brace up and give you a poke.
rienic for the benetit of ltev. II. D.
Miller to be held in the grove near
the M. 1. church of I'erlin Thursday
afternoon, winding up inj the evening
w ith speaking and music at the church ;
alarre time anticipated by a number
of Capac pleasure-seekers.
Miss Kittie Fellows of Flint is visit
ing Miss M. Danlill.
F.W. Scent, C. & O. T. 11. It. agent
;ind operator at Port Huron, was in
town Tuesday.
Mrs J. A. Smith is on the sick list.
Xew potatoes only 25cts per ptck,
and lots of 'em.
The premises around the Capac
MiJh look mach letter since the re
pairing process, in and around the
Mill. So much so, in fact, as to be
scarcely recognized as the same build
ing. The old " Jry dick" is no more or at
least, soon will be no more. At present
it is undergoing all sorts of tearing
down, putting up, etc, at the hands of
the carpenters and will doubtless make
somebody quite a desirable little
home.
ltev. Chapman of Memphis occupied
the pulpit at the M. E. church Sab
Lath morning and evening.
Miss Emily Sabin, ot Memphis, was
in town Saturday.
One of our young gentlemen is be
coming quite notorious as a story-teller
that is it' we may nlace any confidence
in the veracity of Harvey's bed-fellow
of a few nights ao, and they were
not fishing stories either.
Wonder if that M. D. has tired of
tooting his own horn so soon. Fie!
Doc, keep up your pluck and blow
away, you'll come out all right.
is ige advice from Swkizt Uriah.
The MufTers and Duffers are the
names of two base ball clubs at l't
Huron.
.Michigan Teacher' Institute.
SFK1F.S OF 1S82.
The State TVaehtrs' Institute for St
Clair com. ty, will bo held atllroekway
"Centre, commencing at 2 o'clock p. in.
Monday, August 21, and closing Fri
day following. Waller E. Wells, Esq.
local committfe.
It is desiied to make the Institutes
of this terie of the greatest practical
beneiit to Teachers. For this purpose
omt of the most experienced and suc
cesfful instructors have been engage 1
to conduct the various exercises.
"With revised outlines of institute work
as a guide, and with the experience of
the past to aid us, it is believed that
the present series will bo of unusual
value to all.
Under the operation of the new
flchool law belter preparation and
greater tllicieney are demanded of
teachers, and in view f this laet alt
persons tlt.it intend to engage in teach
ing will find it treat ly to their interest
to be present at all the sessions of the
Institute to prepare for the increased
requirements. The morning and af
ternoon sessions will be devoted to the
discussion of topics of particular in
terest to tivichpis, while the evening
lectures will be of a popular character.
Thern will be im tuition or enroll
ment fe. For full p.irtiuulais 1:1 r
fjard to hoard,' etc., may be obtained
uion upp'ic. lion to t'.ie Jjoe.il Com
mittee. Vai:xfm ii. Con Irak,
bap't of 1'uMic Instruction.
W. & J. HARRIS,
Carriage and Wagon Works,
BROCKWAY, Mich
Take this method of informing the public of this vicinity that they have
on hand a very large stock of Carnages and Wagons, open and top Hug
cries, which they will dispose of at prices and terms to defy competition.
Our work is all first-class and warranted in every respect. Please give us
a call before purchasing elsewhere. Wo will endeavor to suit you both in
quality and price. "Wo also do repairing, repainting and rutrimming in
all its branches. J 'lease remember the place. lours,
A special invitation to all to call at our shop and see for yourselves.
Bartlett & Wanderlip,
Dealers in
Foreign and American Marble.
All orders for Monuments, Tombstones, and all other Marble work promptly
tilled and sutisf action guaranteed.
Brockway Centre.
iyi Michigan.
THE BROCKWAY CENTRE
WOOLEN
MILLS,
Will be ready for business about the 1st of June.
This will be a splendid opportunity for farmers to have Jtheir,wool made
into Cloths, Flannels and Yarns. Two ottho best Custom Hull Cards in
the country.
G. Andrew & Sons.
Wm. h. ballentine,
-DEALER IN-
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, CLOTHING,
II at Caps, ZBoots, Slioos, Grodsoary, Glass
ware, Hardware, "Wall PaporF Window
Sb.ad.eo. 2?a-bori-b 2odicixics, Uotiona,
Paints, Oils, Putty, Glass, etc.
I-SiT'All kinds of produce taken in exchange for Goods. Cash paid for
65
MICHIGAN.
1 1 hits. Goods always sold at the Very Lowest Prices
10m3 KROCKWAY,
ALWAYS ON HAND I
Geo W. Waring & Do.
Successors to James Ferguson & Company,
Are still in the old stand with a good selected stock of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES. CROCKERY and GLASSWARE,
ROOTS & SHOES,
In fact idmost everything kept in a central str "We intend to keep up with
the times in prices and styles of goods, thanking our friends and customers j
iur iiisu iavuis aim Biiiiciung ;i conunuiiuce or in- same.
Jiutter and hgss taken in exchange for goods as usual. 1
GORDON
Tie
Mi
End
Brocer,
REAL ESTATE AND COLLECTION AGENCY!
The undersigned, being a
Justice of the Peace and Notary Public,
is prepared at all times to fill out all kinds of legal and business papers
promptly and correctly. Special attention given to collections.
Several improved farms for sale cheap. Also a few building lots in
Rrockwav Centre. I am Airent for the Continental Insurance Comnanv.
A very fine house and one acre of ground in Urockway Centre for wale or
will exchange lor a tduall larm. .
J. S. DUFFIE,
Ofllo on Main Street, Brockway Centre, Mich.
DARCY &o 00
Manufacturer! of-
Buggies, Carriages, Sleighs, Etc.
Only the best of Material used and Trices as low as consistent with ilrst-
class work. Special attention lo llppaiiiug. (ic-cral Horse-shoeinir a! reas
onable priei-s. Fat m rj will lin.l it U t!ntr ii,t'.'rcit:j to sen ua heforo dojling
elaewhtre. lyl
The Greatest Discovery !
OF THE AGE.
I have for sale all kinds of
Agricultural
Implements,
including the
albion if;.i:;; tooth wm i
The Buckeye Reaper and Mower, The
Champion and Itoyce Reapers, Plows,
Cultivators, Pumps, Sculllers, Horse
Rakes, of different kinds. Also,
JACKSON WAGONS ! !
Cent in World.
STKAW CUTTERS. DRILLS, IIAIt
ltOWS, AND ALL KINDS OF
IMPLEMENTS.
rCall and see my fine assortment
before purchasing elsewhere.
My G. W. BELL.
STILL ALIVE!
I wish to announce to tbe citizens of Brock
way Centre and vicinity, that after a grand
consnlt of all the barber's in Wolverioa stale,
I do proclaim and make known to all that I,
S B Jloguen, have fitted ud a Barber Shop in
the neatest manner available, where I will be
at all times, ready to give them a complete
cutrinjj reception and completely divest their
physiognoma l nature' unseemly production
Now witness ciy jzif and the great seal of
niy razors aud niubtors in tbe year of Blue
Beard 1882.
My shop ia neat,
My towels are clean,
My sinnors are sharp,
My razors are keen.
Opposite the hotel Main s'rret, Brockway
Centre. My 8 B UUGHKS
The White
SEWING MACHINE!
Is to-day King Imperial over all
Sowing Machines. It stands at the
front in points of durability, in fea
tures of mechanical const ruction, in
new and valuable improvements, new
Automatic Jlobbin Winder which
fills the bobbin as smooth as a spool
of Nilk, without the guidance of the
hand, causing it to hold one-third
more thread than formerly; also a
new attachment for putting the band
off and on. Full net of extra attach
incuts without extra charge.
Kemember, the place to buy is the
first house north of depot.
Mrs L Frascr & Son
Sole Managers for St. Clair County
C. M FULLER'S,
NEW
He
rness
Shop
AT
Brockway Contro.
mi 1 . .... a
inc umiersiirnou wm always keen
everything in the harness line.
COLLARS, Wllirs, BLANKETS,
FLY NETS, BRUSHES, COMBS,
And a full line of
TRUNKS & VALISES.
Eepairing done in tbe Neatest Manner.
Everything warranted first-cla.a.
Cheap aa tbe cheapest,
Kfap't'y Youra,
James VaNacc.
THE WILSON!
Oscillating Shuttle Sewing1 Machine,
Is the only new sewing machine put
upon market within the past twenty
years absolutely new in principle,
detail and design. We sell this machine
at ms low price as anv first class
machine in the state. The take up of
this machine works almost as though
endowed with human intelligence. Do
not bo persuaded to purchase any ol.l
ftylo of machine, when you can buy h
machine with all the .latent Inprove
ments, no imposition by exira charge
for ait u luixnt.s a.i with oihru- ucnU.
IIICKKV JUiOa, .Agent;,.
Carpets I Carpets I
A New Idea in Carpets.
The inhabitants of this place and vicinity have long felt the necessity
of having a larger and better Assortment of Carpets.
That want is now fully supplied. Having secured the exc native use of
Itichardson's Carpet Exhibitor, a wonderful invention, whichfrora a half
yard sample will show the pattern perfectly matched on a very Urge
room, giving every figure its proper proportion and color (frm the com
bination of reflections). Come and see the great novelty.
Our Stoclr ia also Oomploto In
Dry Goods, (Groceries, Hats
Caps, Crockery and (Glassware,
Boots & Shoes and Clothing.
O- EE- ROSWELI
(Successor to Ilickey it Koswell.)
HARDWARE-
ATTENTION
Nails, Doors, Sash, Glass, Putty,
Plain and Tarred Paper,
BOTTOM PRICES.
LEOlMl
.Agent For Flat Stool Fonco Wiro.
FURNITURE!
FfllmlBE
A Large Stoek of Furniture in Great Variety
AT BROWN'S,
Consisting of
Chamber Suites, in Ash and Walnut,
Extension and Breakfast Tables,
Bureaus, Lounges, Cribs and Beds,
of All Kinds, Woven Wire Matt raw,
Spring Beds, Ktc. Large Stock of Chain
in Cane and Wood Seat, and Everything to be
found in any well-ordered furniture Ktore. Call and examine goode
before purchasing elsewhere. Opposite J. S. DufhVx.
A. G. BROWN.
TO THE FARMERS AND INHABITANTS
of Brockway Centre and Surrounding eountry, I would ay that ia
connection with my store" at Fort Gratiot I have a store here in the Centre
and am selling
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, CROCK'RY
Glassware, Boots & Shoes.
Ready Made Clothing, Hats, Caps,
Ktc, at Bottom Prices, and will pay Fort Huron Market Fricee
for Butter, and can alwavs handle all that comes. Highest Market Friee
for Fanners' Produce. Will also always buy nil the wood you may have
to well. Store on Main st., opposite the drug store.
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H. WYMAN, Brockway Centre
WANTED WANTED I
6,000 FOUNDS OF BUTTER.
6,000 doz of EGGS
AT M." T. GRANDY'S
Whwyon cn bny O wt chrsppr !h;n miy .thrr nhioi thN nM of D -M
reern k Isruf atot'k it'Grirrtfs f nil Mini which e int-iifl tf m-11
roil. w h4T just
Irsdr. Wn will hr. in n li n, .1 t O .! nrx: wrrk hii I ltiii.) 1.1 all pvrvthinf
wir 0u. ur .Millinery Mock In Now Complete. Iu ihi. lin job will fin ft Silk a
il iim. ILililvmft F.i'M r. Pk: lim . Mnl II.;. .it' ..II kin I. ithmn m-m tm II .ll .. u i
l:sh or Irs.lr. J5. ii g nl.-o yur Imter a. I K. g. anil rt the inli-mi murk, t ric.
M T Grandy,
BOUND TO LEAD I
AVE BISK TO SAY THAT
. Hollywood &: McKinnon's
Is the plaeo to buy
FAMILY HOSIERIES CHEAP.
Also heaihpi.irter.s for Maoii Fruil Jars Findiue tal.cn in exehamje for
Goods Ciive ii" a call.

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