A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN.
VoL 1, No. 25.
BROOKWAY CENTRE, MICH., NOVEMBER 2, 1882
Prico,.$1.00 a Year.
The Weekly Expositor.
A lied Hot, Aggressive and Pro
gressive Journal for Live,
PUBLISHED ON TIIUllSDAYS.
$1 a Yeah 00c for Six Moxth.s
SCO YOU TllKKE 2.10XTIIS.
Dja T. Sirrrox, Ja. A. Mknzies,
Proprietor. Editor & Manager,
1 inch eard one year 8 5 00
1-8 column adv one year 12 00
1-4 " " 20 00
1-3 30 00
1-2 41 ' 14 :." 00
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Pusiness locals 5 cents per line.
Methodist Protestant Church.
floj-Ttdca nltenmtily at 10:"0 o'clock a. in., and
7 p. 01. iiov C. ii. CLAKK, iwtor.
Sunday School at 3 p, nu J. S. DUFFIE.
Methodist Episcopal Church
Services alternately at n. m. and 7 p.
liev C.'W. ILVliSIIMAN. Vasto
Etacday School at 2 p. ni.
Church of Christ nt the A. C, Chapel.
SoitRvs at 11 a, m. Snltbntli School at 3 p. m,
Praver meeting every Thursday evening T:3J.
SL. BALLENTINE & CO.. Wholesale
. end Keiail deHler in Dry Gondi, I'ootg
ot fiiioen. Heady Ma'a C!tain?. llatu, Cana,
&e. Tea a Sj.eeia'ty. No 7 Huron Avenue,
aad ho 3 Quay Street, Tort Huron, Mich. 9
(Fermerly Hapley House.)
PEU1JEN EMEHY, Prop.
This houe nai recently changed hand
and special pains will ha taken to pleat
TlIOS. PAPLEY, rP.OPKlETOR.
A general invitallon U extended to all to call
and hfoi nit when, in town. Good Accommoda
tions forOtiiineri-inl Traveler and Fanners.
A Choice Selection of Wines, Liquors and
Cigars aiwavK on hand.
Dr. D. PATTERSON,
OAPAC, - - MICH.
Office l):iv.s, TuPsdiivs and Saturdays.
0. W. MILLS,
The Highest Prices paid for all
kinds of Grain.
If you want to know where to get
the best, Names for the least money,
end lie will tell you to stop right nt his
shoo. All work warranted. Peiiair
jug promptly attended to. Keep on
hand a full lit.e of Whips, Cmnha.
Bruslie", Harness Oil, e'c. Carlo-id of
IJii?y Cuphtons jut arrived.
jm m mil mm i
Lowest Prices For Gash;
Ijadlrs' llazaar, Sirs J. A. Smith,
CAPAC. - MICH.
R. S. PATTERSON,
. roiiT'nuitox, Mien.,
VV.A LEU IS
CIooV.k, Knives, Forks, Spoons,
Pitchers, Card Hcecivers,
Gold r.nd .Silver Plated Ware.
V alyi hv a Rood S'clt of
V 'U t Cori)'l!y Invited and Mrne!y
ffqnd o efMiiine nr Mock In )-r-.rt
roer' ' eoniHro Hi idJ price be
fre pnruhiiiK. 1)
I1ROCKWAY C UN Tit H UAIIKUT.
Reports Corrected ev v Wet'.ni a lay by O. V
"Wheat No 1 "While 8 !2
AVlipnt No i S.-i
"What No :$ widte "o
"Whert No 2 lied na
AV'l vat No 2 Sii ing
Oat' wiil 'I
Jhi-iey, 100 lhS I 00 tf 1 2.
Oyster stews are now in vogue.
Trade dollars are worth 100 cents.
A heavy rain fell Monday night.
E. M. Cady; of Port Huron, was
in town Monday.
The season for shooting quail
C M. Fuller, of Tt Huron, was in
town on Monday.
D. Orsor has placed a new sign on
the corner near the post oilice.
Candidates say that it will be
mighty slip-ery on election day.
Geo Ferguson has lately erected a
new residence on his lot hero in town.
G. "W, Hell has a lot of straw cut
ters on hand and for sale. Head his
Chas Kennedy, of lngersoll, Ont.
is at present viBiting friends in this
The new dray ovncd by Ja3 Reed
has doubled up and is now drawn by a
team of horses.
H. C. Mansfield, and Sheriff Hil
ton, of Port Huron, were in town last
"We have a new pumpmakcr in our
village and he is turning out quite a
number of pumps.
Go before the Hoard of Registra
tion next Saturday and register or you
cannot vote this fall.
"We are informed thr.t Jas Fraser
has secured a position in Detroit and
will move there soon.
A. II. Finn, formerly editor of the
Fort Gratiot Sun, has secured a posi
tion in Detroit on the Christian Herald;
The barn, with its contents, of
Henry Hj dorn at Maplo Valley, was
dettroyed by lightning on Monday
Quite a number from hero attend
ed the teachers examination at Port
Huron and Ft Gratiot, Friday and Sat
urday. There will bo a select social hop
given by tho young folks of this place
in C. F. Michuuli hall this (Thursday)
Ash Smith is erecting anew resid
ence on his lot in town. Ho expects
soon to take to himself a companion
"With last week's Issue the Mar
ietta Leader entered uuon its fifth ye.ir
well fdhd with local news and ndver-
Jos Ashbridgfi planted seven bush
els of potatoes this spring and is now
rewarded with one hundred and seven
The sidewalk in front of Al Sis-
cho'e sample rooms is being repaired.
Let's hco some more of this work
Mr McFadden has taken the con
tract to build the bridge across Mill
creek to the fair ground and i3 busily
engage 1 at work on the sania.
If you don't look out, some of you
will be as mad as tht't other fellow
who kicked 8o hard last voting time
bt cause he "wasn't registered."
Mrs Van Wagner has leased a pcice
of ground next to C. Cooper's residence
and Is having a nt w building erected
thereon. II. Manning k;u t ho contract.
Don't borrow your .neighbor's
paper, subscribe and havo ono of your
own. The j;xpositoi. will he com
pany during tho long winter evenings.
Wm Eettis left for Point S Ignace J
last week taking with him two yoke of
oxen, same ciWH, poultry and other
things for tho Iron Company ut that
Thft funeral services of J. Efifriek'n
Utile boy who died last week will b
conducted at the M. P. church by Ilrv
C 15. C'iir'c next iSunday morning at
10:.!) a,, hi.
-Jas El-own has his new hearer
computed and is a credit to the build-
r iind the c rumunity in general It
is the fmest structuro of the kind in
tb eoun.y wo are informed. I
--Rev C. P. Clark haw cstablbhcd a
new appointment nt Lynn corners
where he will prech each Urn;ite
S;dith ut lo:"( a. m. also euh lwr
mile Sihbuth evening at 7:0 ;tt the
St hram school house.
F. S. Prole, in ihe employ of .A.
Ii. Fr.uer Ci Co, Ii.h cold in twee
Kueecvivo days twenty-four tew In ;
macliinep. "We challeng any oih i
ge:.t in thi county lo hov a.i g .o,l ,i
record thU full. A. 11. Fu.s::i:.
Some ono whispered in ofir ears
Wednesday luornin. that thtj' )dg!it
jrevit UB was All Ha. low eve. A per
aon would think that Hmu small ey
ch ii: or torn ihj had visited Ill's pl.ic
by the way tldng had chaired poiti
um diiimg the night. YV1, it on'
coriiestii.cMi jear, so say the b;ys.
Lust Saturday night aboi.t el (ve:i
o'clock I wo women weru sei n to wlk
up to l' e NsindowH of Al Si'clt .'s
nanp'.e lo.tihH arwl t i c'tiln, amasli j
the pa:! .f glasa in tho hamn It J
neiins their hr.Hbatids ha I been drink
ing Knv.e that tUy and they tiok tliii
rrM'tn to stop them from drinking any
mot-, Ue think that pther tndans
be:t:r iiiau tlcs-.i mi 1 1 hive Jcen
The Good Templars inttsrtalnr.tent.
The free entertainment given under
the auspices of the Good Templars
lodge of this place in Duffle's hall
Tuesday evening was very largely
attended there being in the neighbor
hood of 300 present. It was a very in
teresting affiir and crowned with the.
completest success in every particular.
The proceedings were opened with
prayer by Rev C. B. Clark followed by
s few remarks from the chairman, "W.
C. T., C. Cooper. Next came a chorus
by the choir and then Sis Lottie Utley
gave a recitation entitled "The Rum
Seller," which sho did in a very
efficient manner. The chorus entitled
"Drink. Drink" was well rendered by
the choir. The F3say by J3ro J. .
Dufflo enclosed, abundant thought cm
the subject of "Prohibit the traffic and
savo the Drunkard." The quartctto
produced by Pro Cooper, "Wells and
Mitchell and Sis Holden seemed to
please the audience very .much. Sis
A. G. Brown gave a reaPing which
was listened to with interest by all.
Sis Ella Fraser sang a Eoh entitlad
"Wheio is my boy to-night," assisted
in the chorus by Pro Cooper and
Mitchell and Sis Holden. Si9 Praser'a
talent for singing is already known so
wo need not make any further com
ments. Pro Pettis made a very en
thusiastic speech on the evils of intem
perance declaring he would liot vote
for a man if he be a supporter of the
liquor traffic. Sis Hattie Holden ren
dered a solo which was well received
by all. Pro C. P. Clark spoke ten
minutes on Temperance and the work
that 6hould be d.ma by the temperance
folks. Applause after applause came
from the audience which showed the
sentinentottho.se present cm the points
brought forward by Pro Clark, who;
we must say proves himself a very'
able and efficient temperance orator.
The dialogue entitled "The Bridal
"Wine Cup" was produced by Broi J.
S. Dullie, J. MeArthur, Jas Cooper,
W. AVells, Sis Creighton, Ella Fruser,
Malora (1 randy. Sis Creightivi took
the part of bride and recited well her
part. Pro C. Cooper again took the
floor and expressed himself in regard
to temperance after which the enter
tainment was closed by tho choir sing
ing "Sparkling little fountain " "We
are confident if the lodge male, rp
their minds to have another entertiiu
ment fome time this winterand charge
ir admission, that the lull will be
packed full. This society arc doing
good work and we would rejoice t
see the wholo community join hands
and push this noble cause, then we
would have a peacful town and the
citizens would bo benched by it.
There are now 75 members to this
lodge and steadily increasing in num
ber. Mrs and Miss Ferguson, of Hattie
Run, Mich, were visiting at II. P.
Cough's lat week.
Mrs G. II. Mustard left this moan
ing for Pt Huron where she will visit
for a short time with her husband.
liickey Jiros nave received a new
lot of the Wilson sewing machines
which they will sell as cheap as jiny
good machino cm b fold. Notice
their ad in another column in this
A. R. Praser has lately purchased
his brother's share in the machine bus
in esp. He has secured the services of
another man and will place him on tho
toad. Alex is working np a good trade
in the machine business.
Gergo, tlm good nitured clerk of
tho R;pley House, met with quite a
serious accident by the upsetting of the
bas on the road to the station. His arm
was liv.ko and ho received other in
juries but U now petting 'long nicely
under the cue of Dr Mitchell.
II. Turner and brother have taken
down the petition between their slore
a-w the one late'y occupied by Mrs
VanWngimr and are making other im
iivvouients. Their increasing business
is t! e reason of this change and will
.fl'"i-d them more room for a much
I.n g-r which they intend pur:h
a"iiig. S.mlts, of the Fort Gratiot Sun,
war. married a few days ago and ons
of th wedding pre Mit3 was a cow.
llwnit out the n:t morning and
hairrinj the pail on hr horn began
w I'ldnL' hf r tail up Mi l down, a la
pump handle, and was tuirpri-ed to
I earn ih it n milk was pumped. lie
is a g ihI editor but not p Hied on dairy
woik. News. '
Me'srs Granger & Co havo fa'aly
opened out a nw dry gonli tore in
the city opera Houso budding, jnuth
aide ut Put Huron where they invite
y ur examhihtion of their large and
well selecti cl sto;k of staple and fancy
dry g'ods when you visit Portlluron;
A 11 of their goods are nnv and fresh
an I the'r prices nro such that it will
Is an inducement for yo i to purchase
of ih'-m. Hemember the, name' and
p'are Granger & Co., C t; Opera House
1'ltild. :g, ttV.li'.li Si It.
mdMa bMilbfiM d bll.,
Invite your examination of their
AM m WELL
Which they have
I'heir Roods arc All
NEW - AND - FRESH
Offered ' at
TE-IiS.T WIZ-Xj 33
ron zrozr to-
GRANGER & COMPANY,
GV.j Opara Hauso Building, Geutli Glcla.
us R&f 1 mm
SELECTED STOCK !
Just Opened in' tho
THE 'HOME INSURANCE COMPANY"
OF NEW YORK,
Takes risks and insurer farm property against loss by
172nd Stands OycSoncs snt3 Toinadocc.
Our Goodg were bought Kst for CASH at regular prlcea. They r rilEAI'EU 'htn tb
CUEAPEST. The knife ia in them auJ w will SELL if J? KICKS are auy object.
Wc have the best stock,
wc have the clioicest stock,
Ave have the cheapest stock.
And die largest to select from.
1 WHICH WILL BE SOLD AT
ASTONISHING LOW PRICES.!
Remember we arc selling oil our entire Stock at a margin to simply cover
Wo Ho PALMER,
A KM INTHE RACE. Althouzh rot rtMr
exptct to lead on the home stretcu aud TAKE
NOT ALLTnE MONEY, m srro of the
t (n t OUU SHAKE. Wa t-avn no old stock,
tfce uniBapectiog public nnder the disguise cf
IN TIIK DIFPKPKNT DEPAHTMEXTS
IS ALL FRESH AND GENUINE.
Avl our pricennnch (qnali:r f ttwA cnnidred) that will ornmenl onr jrol to the public
- f-ry time. We ar not cici out ofbnaiaeas but intend t. rmaln riiiht where we are,
kffp our atores well utocfefd wh choice ani fcoiiMe nrrv on onr e'en'ini out
it-tie Indefinitely to make room for new erAn t-t we wre H.ile r-c-li .-. Reiu-rnVr tl.t
hfve no old atyha or demised gan-H that w- are rmpdV murk A xn l!-rf-e of
tb. m but have aome extraordinary barxna tht yon rmt .!r-H to wi, Wed ad-?-!
to sell at cnt hot will not b ?i'idrWd hy aif oihvr h.nr. (rm-nlt. ron b't, it
ierM by looking tbrouih our atock before purcaasiiif. itesp'i'y, HOLDEN BUOS.
T DARCY &j 007
Have made another departure? from their usual routine of busimw, and
Iiave made arrangements with the celehratetl Kctcliani Carriage Paetory
at Ivomco to hainlle their oods. We have now on hand ami for salo sev
eral very elegant Top Puirgies of their manufacture, which for beauty jf
iinish and cheapness in price cannot be beat in the State of Mi"higai. All
of 1 1st ir work is warranted. Those who want cheaji pric'd b;g;ries -om-bined
with durability, Darey & Co. can furnisli them, t'misc and see tw
any way before purchasing. T. DAKCV A CO.
Center of Attraction
For Bargains in
Bry Goods and ierciiesiS
O.ir S-ock thl mmn ! be moat empleto erer offeree! In tbia market. W keen twrf
d.l. t' In the Dry Good liu", O iratore ia the ilawhfr. all ! -p bnrr ilmld call.
OrSaiaplei n on application and mail ordera promptly attended to.
' HOUDT s JOI2ITSOIT,
CUEAr;ASIISTOr.E,NOttTH END. Or DfilDUB
PORT HURON, MCH.
James Brown Agent.
ed en1 1T we have the Inside track iid
more avricina wmiH rlH(Ir., bat we exneot
damac"! or unsaleable good to palm ell on
Cieariug Oat at Cust,
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