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CORRESPONDENCE. (rant Centre. Lincoln Avery arrived home a few days ago a graduate of tho State Agri cultural College at Lansing. Eupene Ciirey starts in a few days on a trin to Dakota. We wish him a pleasant trip. The new town hall is nearly com pleto. W. Botsford, of rt. Huron, was hero this week putting some repairs on his irrain shed. Grain is not so much damaged here as was 8uiiK)sed. Steam threshers are all the rage here this year. Hiram Amies starts on u prosneet ing tour through the West shortly. YValct Correspondence. Mn. Kditon Seeing vour paper re forrcd to in other papers I write for a sample and also to communicate a little. Like all the rest of this region of country we havo suflered awfully from heavy rains through haying and harvest, which are otherwise good. .Fruit to is good and quite plentiful in places. The high water washed out several bridges which will be rebuilt after harvest. The Connty House at (Joodels is well kept and managed by Jas VanSlvke. It has about foity in mates. The It. K. station there don't seem to bo building up much but the reoule near Wales Centre expect a depot or station on the new lino from Tort Huron to Almont which will be a large town in a few years. "What is wauted hero most is a good grist mill. Two or three sites are spoken of or offered ard tho enterprising builder who will come and start lirst will doubtless win tho day. "With Respect, Stkel Tr.x. A Visit t I.j nn. On arriving at the comers we notic ed their new school house having been lately built-by Win Cooper. It U a credit to the place and builder and it has g'ven entire satisfaction through out The hotel kept by L. Presley is a temperanco house and is kept in lino style. If a traveler should happen that way he would be well treated for Mr nnd Mrs Presley understand how to entertain their guests. John Alien. Sr. has put up a graincry and is build ing an addition to his barn which makes quite an inprovement to his place, lie keeps a general store and is the postmaster. He has almost rec overed from his late sickness and is about attending to business again as usual. John Allen, the third, aged 11 year., sat on the reaper and cut 5 acres of oats on rough ground this har vest. James Sterling is about through harvest and his crops are turning out splendidly. Mr 8. is enjoying good health. We understand that David Yager's housekeeper's time is about up having hired her only for six months. Mr and Mrs McLaughlin are visiting ttcir parents Mr and Mrs Houghton. The crops around about are looking well and we should think the farmers would be aide to take two or three papers this fall and we hope that they will give the Jlroekway Centre Expositoii a call so as to keep them posted in local matters. Teacher Itxaraiiiations. The fall series of teacherV examina tions foi Sanilac county will be held as follows : Lexington, Friday, Sept. 1. Minden, Tuesday, " r, Sandusky, Friday, Oct. 27, Examinations in the different grades will be as follows: Third Grade. Reading, Orthogra phy, Geography, Grammar, Arithmet ic, Taninanship, History, Civil Gov ernment. Second Grade. All the studies of third grade, with the addition of Alge bra, Book Keeping, School Law and Theory and Art of Teaching. First Grade. Same as second, in cluding Physiology, Natural Philoso phy and Elements of ile imetry. Parties holding "Special" certificates must not fail to attend the regular examination as the "Special" will not be valid niter that dale. Applicants will bo examined in the several grades, both orally and by writ ing and in order to insure satisfactory results should b punctual as to time, remembering that the exorcises will commence each day promptly at 0 o' clock. As our examination are public, all friends of educational progress are in vited to be present especially district officers and township inspectors. liy order of County Hoard of Examiners. Gkokok A. Parkeii, Sec. To liKNT A store and dwelling "house, ono and one-half miles south of Fair station on tho rt H. & N. W. 11. It. It is in a good locality sur rounded by a thriving farming coun try. Terms reasonable. For further particulars apply to D. Krmg, Fargo r. o. Old Peach Tp.eks. Henry Mor. timer gave some facts at a meeting of the Kankakee, 111., horticultural society on tho age of peach trees. A cultivator, now G7 years old, whose statements were regarded as entirely reliable, said that a seedling peach tree came up on his father's farm in Maryland and is alive yet. Mrs. Decker, at tho same meeting, said she planted peach trees on a farm in the state of New York G3 years ago, which are now living and bearing. Maj. Williams said there was a row of peach trees on his father's farm in New York, planted over So years ago, and some are utill living and bearing. He saw reach trees in the remains of an old ndian orchard in western New York many years ago, the trunks of which measured fully one foot in diameter, which must have coanjed many year.- J7ie t Th following are the resolutions passed by the Stnto Teachers Institut held here last week : Wiikkkas, We the teachers of St Clair County nssemllcd here in the capacity of a Teachers Institute to enjoy and profit by instruction which we realize is so much needed and hav ing met only with tokens of hea'ty good will from all Therefore, be it. Rksolvi:i. That we return our sincere thanks to the citizens of Brock way Centre for their kindness and hospitality and that we will not forget how generously wo have been enter tain during our stay with them. Resolved, that we tender a vote of thanks to the religious societies who kindly gavo us tho use of their church es for our evening lectures and to the choirs for their music which added so much to tho entertainmenti. Resolved, that our most hearty thanks be tendered to rrofs. Easta brooke and Gass for the skillful man ner in which they have conducted the institute and for tho unabated zeal and successful effort in throwing more light upou tho teacher's pathway and inspiring us with new lire ana energy. Resolved, that we tender our earnest thanks to Mr Wells and Mr. Tappan who have worked so faithfully for the success of the institute and to Mr. Rettes not only for hia untiring enprgy for tho good of all but also for tho manv occasions ho has given us for indulging In a hearty laugh. Resolved, that u copv of these resolutions bo sent to the Rrockway Centre Expositor nnd also to the roit Huron Times lor publication. EST ft AY NOTICE. Came to the enclosure of tho un dersigned, Sec. 11, Township of Brockway, on the 24th inst., two hogs, one white and ono black and white. The owner is requested to come and provo property, pay charges and take them away. Auar. 30th. '82. 10 Levi M LonniLi.. Why Longer Groan With pain and hug the delusion that nothing can give you relief. There is a lemedy that fs greatly prized for the relief of the afilicted. It relieves pains and aches in all forms, stimulates the digestive apparatus to more perfectly do Its work, so you will not be suffer ing with Dyspepsia and the long list of ills, the results of disordered diges tion, Dysentery, Cholera and Cramps. It is Hamilton's Jamaica Ginger Tonic and Tain Cure. In Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Bruises, Strains, &c, applied externally it is excellent. Price 23 and 50 cents per bottle. Sold by C. A. Wells & Co. IMabete Are vou trouoled with Thirst, Ex cessive and Frequent Flow of Urine, Pain in the Loins and Back and Ner vousness? These are so.ne of tho Symptoms attending Diabetes and Bright 1 Disease. Do not hesitate, but get Parmelee's Dyspepsia. Diabetes, Kidney & Liver Cure which will not only cure you but tone up t'e system and brevent Dyspepsia, Sick Head ache, Biliousness, Liver complaint and all kindred disoases. Only Si. 00 for large bottles. Seld by C. A. Wells & Co. LADIES TAKE NOTICE ! Te t lie I,adles of llrockway Centre And VIClllitV. I would Leg leave to announce that I have engaged the services of a First-Class Dressmaker and am now prepared to do all kinds of work in that line. Satisfaction guaranteed. MRS. O. W. HELL. Tho White Is to-day King Imperial over all Sewing Machines. It stands at the front in points of durability, in fea tures of mechanical construction, in new and valuable improvements, nttr Automatic Bobbin Winder which fills the bobbin as smooth as a spool of silk, without the guidance of tho hand, causing it to hold ono-third more thread than formerly; also a new attachment for putting the, band off and on. Full set of extra attach ments without extra charge. Remember, theplaco to buy is tho first houso north of depot. Mrs L Fraser & Son Svlt Managers f jr St. Clair Cot:;y. W. & J Carriage and BROOK WAY, Take this method of informing tho public of this vicinity that they bare on hand a vervlarcro stock of Carriages and Wacronn. ononand ton Bucr- gies, which they will dispose of at prices andtcrms to defy competition. Our work is all first-class and warranted in every respect. Please give us a call before purchasing elsewhere. Wo aviII endeavor to suit you both m quality and price. Wo also do repairing, repainting and retrimnung in all its branches. Pleaso remember 45 Days Will for the next 4T days sell any Bart ett Cemetery Fence at a (ircat Koduction. All who need such should call i ii. .. tr..i i. oi. Tl i All 1. lmnieuiaieiy ai incir luaruie nuop ranted to give entire satisfaction. Brockway Centre. Wm. h. ballentine, -DEALER IN- DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, CLOTHING Hat o. Caps, Z3oots, Slioea, CrocXzory, Glaoa waro, Hardware, "Wall IPapor, 'Windo'cir Sliades. j?atorrt X&cdicinca, XTotiono, Paints, Oils, Putty, Glas3, etc. 13" All kinds of produce, taken in Hides. Goods always sold at tho I0m3 BROCKWAY, ALWAYS ON HAND J. o W. Wa Successors to Jame3 Aro still in the old stand DRY GOODS, GROCERIES. BOOTS fie In fact almost everything kept in a general store. We intend to kep up with the times in prices and styles of goods, thanklrsr our friends and customers for p ist favors and soliciting a continuance of the same. flutter and Eggs taken in exchange for goods as usual. l Ft3 Ha ortli REAL ESTATE AND The undersigned, being a Justice of thcPeaco and Notary Public, is prepared at all timeR to fill out promptly and correctly, special attention given to collections. several improved farms for sale Brockwav Centre. I am Agent for A very fino houso and one acre of ground in Brockway Centre for Bale or will exchange for a small farm. J. S. Offlne on Main Street, MILLINERY Mrs O. Van Wagner, Invites the attention of the Ladies of llrockway Centre and Vicinity, to her stock of Milliuery and Notions. Special attention paid to Dress Making. Trices Low as the Lowest. Jiutter and Eggs taken in exchange for (iOoJs. American Sewing Machines on hand and for sale. BROCKWAY CENTRE, MICH. CHEAP CASH STORE ! C. F. MICILKLS Inform the people of thU motion that hit tre it wrll ktotkd with firt-cU goat! in fff rftfll? XhS. NA1fV? ft t Ml flt If M Ui4 kilJ I'WVU Hats & Caps, Groceries iu fact, rrrrjtllns krpt in a tirt-clm (tare. I'ict'i k'.'Vij vcrx rtii; unit '.) HARRIS, Wagon Works, Mich tho place. Yours, Hotice 45 Merlip, kiud of Gravestone, Monument or ami ie;ivu meir uruer. j.vu worn war Shop next door to DufhVs office. iyi Michigan. exchange for Goods. Cash paid for v cry Lowest 1 rices. MICHIGAN. ng Ferguson & Company, with a good selected stock of CROCKERY and GLASSWARE, & SHOES, mcer, COLLECTION AGENCY ! all kinds of legal and business papors chenn. Also a few building lots in the Continental Insuranco Conmanv. DUFFIE, Brockway Centre, Mich. NEW mess Shop -AT- Brockivay Centre The undersigned will always keep everything in the harness lino. COLLARS, WHirS, BLANKETS, FLY SETS, BRUSHES, COMBS, And a full line of TRUNKS & VALISES. Repairing done In tie Neatett Planner. Kvfryllin warranted firt-can. Clinp as the cheapest. RenpYj Yonre, OamcG Wallace &Go. Carpets I Carpets I A New Idea in Carpets. The inhabitants of thiiTplaco a'iid vicinityihavo long fult tho noceciUy of having a larger and better Asxortmentof Carpctn. That want is now fully supplied. Having ceeured the exousive uj of Richardson's Carpet Kxnibitor, a wonderful inyontion, which from a half yard sample will show the pattern perfectly matched on a very :j' larg room, giving every figure its proper proportion and color (frm tht ooxa bination ot reflections). Come and see tho groat uovolty. . Ovlx Qboolc'ia aloo OomplotoSIaS Dry Goods, Groceries, Mats & Caps, Crockery and Glassware, Boots & Shoes and Clothing, O- EE- ROSWELL (Successor to Hickoy & ltoswe.ll.) Call and See the Largest end lost Oomplefe Stock of Ever shown in HSrockway Centre, AT H. F. ' LEONARD'S New Store in the Bnffie Block. FURNITURE A Large Stock 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 AH Kind, Woven Wire Mattracf, Spring Beds, Etc. Large Stock of Cbairg in Cano and Wood Seat, and Everything to bt found in any well-ordered furniture store. Call and examine good before purchasing elsewhere. Opposite J.;S. DufiieV A. G. BROWN. TO THE FARMERS AND INHABITANTS of Brockway Centre and SnrrounJingfcountry, I would ay that t connection with ray store at EortXiratiot I havo a storo hereinth Cat and am soiling DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, CROCK'RY Glassware, Boots & Shooo. Ready Made Clothing, Mats, Capo, Etc., at Bottom Prices, and will pay Port Huron Market PrioM for Butter, and can always handle all that conies. Highest Market PriM for Farmers1 Produce. Will also alwaya buy all tho wood you xnay h&y to sell. Store on Main st., opposito the drug store. 11 WANTED WANTED 1 6,000 POUNDS 0? BUTTER. 6,000 doz of EGOS AT M. T. GRANDY'S Wbfryou can bay Good cheaper than aoj other place thin si.ic of Detroit. W hart Jut rpivad a larir fttoclt of (Wrx-nri tit mM kind., which w Inicnrl tt .nil rhim ..k trade. We will bar to a Jrp rook of J)rr Gnvla next week and iuterxl to tell trarvtMof away down. Our illlllinery fttock la NuW Complete. In tbia ihie jou will fiad Bilka Satioi, Ribbona, Flowert, i'taihert and lKu of all kinds which we wll anil rtry ohtap, f cub or trad, tiring aloug your Butter ud Ergi and get the highnt oiirket prioe. BOUND "TO LEAD 1 WE KISK TO SAY THAT tSoIlpooc! & Is the place to buy FAMILY GROCERIES CHEAP. Also headquarter) for Mason Fruit (oodi. U:vr r.i a c.i!!. FURNITURE H. WYMAN, Brockway Oontro, MT Grandy, Minnon s Jar. Produce taken in exchange- for.