A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN.
BROOK WAY CENTRE, MICH., NOVEMBER 9, 1882
Vol. 1, No. 26.
Price, $1.00 a Year.
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Ttis Weekly Expositor.
A Ked Hot, Aggressive and Pro
gressive Journal for live,
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$1 x YKAn 0(o Kon Six Months
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Dj:u T. Sutton, Jas. A. Mknziek,
Proprietor. Editor t Manager.
1 Inch card one year 8 5 00
1-8 column udv o:ie year 12 00
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Business locals 5 cents per line.
Methodist Protcutaut Church.
Sorvloe alternately at 10:30 o'clock a. in., and
m. HOV U. 11. CLaUKi I'tucor.
eaiuUy School at i p, m.
J. 8. DUFFIE,
Methodist Uplscopal Church.
Services alternately nt 10:30 a. m. arfd 7 p. m,
Rev V. W. HAKSHMAN. PnHlor.
Sunday School at J p. in.
Church oft hi 1st at the A. C, C repel.
Services at 11 a. in. Sabbath School at 8 p. m.
IteTcr citMiliru: every ThursUuy eveuing 7:80.
SI,. B ALLEN TINE L CO.. Wholesale
. and Retail dealer- in Dry Goods, Boots
& Akces, Heady Ma l CMhinir. HaU. Caps,
dfl. Tea a Speei ly. No 7 Huron Avenue,
aa lo S Quty S.r-t, Tort Huron, Mich. 9
(Far Bier ly JUpley House.)
REUBEN EMERY, Prop.
Tb'.t heme lias recently chaoged hand
tad special pains will be taken to please
A general Invitation lx extended to all to call
udsxonia when in town. Oood accoinimnlu
Uou for Commercial Travelers und Farmers.
Choice Kelm tlon of Wines, Liquor and
Cifftra always on hand.
Dr. D. PATTERSON,
Oflce Days, Tuesdays and Saturdays.
The Highest Prices paid for all
kinds of Grain.
MONEY SAVED !
MONEY EARNED !
Yon can SAVE MONEY hy buying HAR
NESS, BUFFALO end JAP ROBES,
1IOESE BLANK fj TS & SURCINGLES,
TO". 3D. HAMSHAW.
C rry Combs and Hrusl.es from 25 cents up.
Whips from 15 cents up.
II rse Blankets at 0st.
A good Farm Harnos from $22 up.
Repairing done i t atly and cheaply.
Give us a call bef. re purchasing elsewhere.
wi .tail mm wm
Lowest Prices For Gash,
Mrs J. A. Smith,
. - MICH.
R. S. PATTERSON,
TORT HURON, MICH.,
Clocki, Knives, Korku, Spoons,
Pitchers, Card Receivers,
Gold and Silver Plated Ware.
We always by. a good Stock of
You are CordisHv Invited and earnestly
reqeeated to examine ur stock in 'his le
MrimiBi ana compare goooa ana prices us-
fore purchasing. v
UROCKTfAY 114XTHE MAItKUT.
Report correct! erery Wednesday by O
Wheat No 1 White I
Wheat No 2 ' . '
Wheat No 3 while
Wheat Xo 2 Red
TVUat Xo2 Spring
O its mixed
Barley, lOOlhs 1 00 &
John Glover was in town on Mon.
W. D. Ramshaw has a new ad in
Lester Clark is building a large
frame house on his farm.
Monday night aUus installation of
ottlcers in the Gojd Templars lodge.
Rev C. B. Clark is building a new
barn in he rear of the M. V. parson
age. Jos Ashbridge husked in six days,
on the farm of Wm J, Morgan, 'J17
bushels of corn.
The election passed off very quiet-
ly. We did not see but on man drunk
through the dav.
The hotels and saloon keepers de
serve credit for the manner in which
they closed their respective places on
H. B. Gough intends opening out
a furniture and undertaking establish
ment in the building now occupied by
S. B. Hughes.
Jesse lupley left lor vassar on
Monday to take a position, as baggage
master in the station at that place
with his brother Will.
Isaiah Cass el has sold his farm of
SO acres situated one mile north and
one-half west of Green's Corners to
David Newstead for $2,600.
Tall mad go Bros, a new iirm nt
Marlette, Mill have the Caro young
ladies band and the Marlette hand to
play at their opening Nov 11th.
Miss Maggie Jemieon has been
engaged to teach the school in Dist
No 8. Miss Mary Brown has been en
gaged to teach the school in Dist No 3.
A. chap has been selling the "ozone'
or "meat pryseivlng" fraud at Battle
Creek, and is now seeking greener
pastures. Beware of him and keep
your dog loaded.
Wm and Alex Turnbull, Hub
Russell, Jas and Roht Thompson and
a number of other bns left Monday
morning for Roeommoii3 to work in
the lumber woorli.
Geo Gough has lately purchased a
new outfit for h a photograuh gallery
and is better able to meet the wants
of thoao wishing anything in his line.
Read his ad in this issue.
S. B. Hughes has scured the
building where the restaurant was kept
this summer and will tit it up lor his
barber shop. Ho will move his family
into the house of W. H." Palmer's op
posite T. Darcy & Co's wagon shop.
S. G. Bettis has lent us a copy of
a paper named me iscw England
Weekly Journal published in 172$,
one hundred and fifty four years ago,
at Boston by S. Kneelaml and T. Green.
It is worthy of a refusal an J may be
seen at this otlice.
We are informed that Larry Mid
dleton discovered a new comet the
other evening about eleven o'clock.
He describes it as being a full-fledged
comet with a tail and is situated about
east by west of the polar star. It will
be called Middleton's comet.
Elam Sloat, Ins had built a fine
house at Speaker which is a credit to
him. He hired nothing but first-class
mechanics of which Andrew Alward
done the mason work and Ficd Pomroy
the wood work and It is to say the
least a great credit to the builders also.
Wm Turnbull informs us that two
years ago he brought fou1" potatoes
from Pontiac with him and planted
them on his farm und they yieldud a
little over a peck. This year he plant
ed the peck of potatoes and received
therefiom twenty bunhels of as fine
potatoes as you will And anywhere.
A surprise party was gotten up
by the young folks of this pkoa last
Friday evenlnj at ths rnsidenc of 8.
G. Br.ttis. It is nedies: t.) say they
were more than astonishe I by the un
usual gathering, it being altogether
unexpected. A very pleasant and
agreeable evening was spent and all
depa ted highly patlsliMd with the even
.T. S. Duflle has made a great Im
provement in hi hall of hit. He has
had placed thervlti a moveable parti
tion which will makotwo mo in an 1
will lie Uicd by the voci-tie!. When
there Is n nteitHinmont to be held,
the partition may bo t ikeu down and
the whole room used. There ins alsn
been an antiroon added to the hall
which will be very convenient. Gto
Lawrence is doing the work.
. F. SJ. Johnton, publisher of the,
Almont Herald, has lately been boat
out of $:W.20 by a man who calls' him
self Thomas Webb and is canvassing
for a chart "Pictorial view ot the
World." .It seems that the Siid
Thomas Webb had received a number
of orders for the rame and sent away
for them and they came C. O. D.
Thomas bad no money and ho flnl!y
Induced Bro Johimon to be responsible
for them und delivered thive-fourths
of the HiMl.n then skipped out leaving
a few other bills unpaid alio.
This Rooster was found
crowing for Bogota
ELECTION RETURNS !
Tho Campaign Is ovor
and the People's
The FiitlonMs tn tills rouiity elert their
Ticket with the exception ot Clerk
The Republicans had a close shave In
this Town but got through nith 13
majority for Jerome.
The following is a correct report
of tho vote cast in the Township of
David II. Jerome, rep 178.
Josiah W. Uegolo, poo 135.
Majority for Jerome 43.
KOIi I.I Kt'T liOVKKNOi:
Morcan S. Crobby, rep 182.
Kuger.e Prinlo, pco 1,'Jl.
Majority for Crosby
KOU SKCHKTAKV OV STATK
Harry A. Conant, rep 1 82.
Wm Shakespeare, jeo 131.
Majority for Conant 51.
l-Olt STATK TKKASUKKK.
Edward II. Butler, rep 1S2.
Lufien S. Coiuan, poo 131.
Majority for Butler 51.
FOK Al'I'lT'Mt I E M: K A I..
William C Stovens, rep 182.
.lanu'H Blair, peo 131.
Majority for Stevenson 51.
VOU COMMISSIONER OK STATK LAM)
Minor S Newell, rep 182.
John F. Van duVanter, peo 131.
Majority forXcwell 51.
VOU ATTOKNEY GENERAL.
Jacol) J. VanUipcr, rep 182.
Timothy E. Tarsney, peo 129.
Majority for VanKipcr 53.
vol. sri'Tor vuiu.ic ixstki'ction.
Vamuin B. Cochran, rep 182.
David 'arsons, peo 131.
Majority for Cochran 51.
ron mem!w:i: of hoard ov edu
cation'. Bola W. Jcnks, rep 1S2.
Clark 11. Hall, pco 131.
Majority for Jenks. 51.
FOR SENATOR IN STATE LEGISLATURE
James 11. Mc(iurk, rip 187.
Justin It. Whiting, peo 128.
Majority for McGurk
FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN STAT
ISLATURE 3RD DISTRICT.
Win C. llns-gett, rep 183.
Byron F. Parks, peo 128.
Majority for llngett 55.
FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS
John T. Itieh, rep 180.
Kr.ra C. Carcleton, peo 133.
Majority for Rich 47.
C OUNTY, TICKET.
Frank L. Follonsoe, pco 165.
Win B. Morse, rep 150.
Majority for rFollenshee 15.
Horace B ikor, rep .....202.
Chas S. Wan peo 110.
Majority for Baker
Edward 0. Ileeor, rep 187.
KichardShtitt, pco 133.
Majority for Ilccor 64.
VOR RKOl.TER OK DEEDS.
Henrv C Mamfield, rep 101.
William W. llartson, peo 120.
Majority for Mansfield C2.
FOR PROSEd'TIXO ATTORNEY.
(reorge I. Voorhein, rep 170.
Elliott (). Stevenson," poo 143.
-Majority for Voorhei.. ....... 30.
FOR C. t'. COMMISSIUXK5-S.
William Lee Jenks, rep !t.
Albert A. Carleton, rep lss.
Chas K. Dode, pco .....131.
John M. Kane, poo k....l31.
Majority Jenks & Carleton, 58.
Parker 31. Brown, rep 18.
Patrick Shea, poo 132.
Majority for Brown..,
Asa Lamed, rep , lttO.
Richard Cottrell, rep , lf).
Jodcdiah Spalding, peo 131.
Ezra 1L Budington, peo 131.
Majority Lamed it Cottrell 58.
Wales: Total vote on governor
2S2; Jorome'n majority 52; JtCich 5.
Emmet: Total voto on governor
188; Begolo's majority 130; Carle
ton's 142. ,
Lynn: Total vote on governor 03;
Jerome's majority 11; Rich's J5.
Groenwood: Jerome's majority
3s ; Rich's 8.
Grant: Begole's majority 22.
Kenoekio: Boole'a majority 20;
Returns show tho following ap
proximate majorities in St Clair Co:
Governor, Bogolo peo OoV
Congress, Carleton pco 528.
State Senate, Whiting peo 4(.
Sherilf, Folloibeo peo 2.,
Clerk. Baker rep ( K
Treasurer, Shutt jieo 1G0.
Prosecuting Attorney, SLevcuhon
Register of Deeds, Mansfield rep
P. McGregor y, of Mt Clemens,
called in to tie is lliia morning.
Miss Carrie Reud, of Deekerville,
is visiting with Mr and Mn David R.
A fnv of the citizens hud a lon
fire on the streets last night over
the election f Begole.
In awnser to the item in one of
our previous issue in ivgard t ) the
yield of John Tinuisw kkTs tann In
one year, we have the following yield
from Arthur Averv's of Ro3eburg per
acre: Wheat 20 b-nl.e!-; Ots Ct'o
bush; Barley 40 bush; Corn 110 bush;
l "i tons of hay. Last year from 22 1 -2
acres of ground Mr Avery sold 81, do
worth of Barley and still had 100 bush
e's leftin the grainry. I ttere a farm
in St Clair or Sanilac county lint can
beat this yield.
Auction' Salk Geo Clark will sell
by Public Auction, on the f irm of W.
M.Tomlinson 2 miles south of Klk and
2?y raiibs north of Mooro's corners on
Saturday, Xov 11th a lot uf cattle,
horses, sheep, hogs, farming tools and
other articles too numerous to mention.
AtvTKix Sam: G. W. Bell wllls?ll
by Public Auction fflr the undersigned
who has sold his farm, on j Monday,
Nov 27th, at his residence one mile
north and one-half mile west of Groen's I
Corners a number of horses, cattle,
farming impliments, harness house
hold furniture Mid other articles too
numerous to mention.
Rev S. Riley has oee i engaged for
the pa?t four weeks holding frotracted
meeting at the Konockeo appointment
on tho Grand Circuit and has met with
unlvarsal success. Bro Riley is high
ly esteemed as a gentleman In this part
of the county and we can give hlra
credit for preaching the best sermons
that have ever been administered to
our people. The meetings were large
aud the congregations attentive aud
the best of order prevailed throughout
all. The cause of Christ was strength
ened by the conversion of some while
others wcro quickened in the di
vine light. The members and friends
of the M. P. church, wishiug to show
their appreciation of the good work
Bio Riley is doing in this sec tion, will
give a donation for his beuflit at the
residence or T. H. Allen, on Thursday
evening, Nov 18th. They will inpet
at the Allen school house at 7 o'clock
where Revs C. B. and L. Clark, of
Brockway Centre and other. will de
liver speeches, there will also bo vocal
and instrumental music rendered
Supper will be served at 8 o'clock
sharp A gsneral invitation is extend
ed to everybody to come an! have a
' ' .ny Xrglcct.
Whet 's U a first bat a sliirht col 1, becomes
a rough. 'training and filiating thn lunjrs
tiil ueh nn ibfltnd condition exists, that
powerful rrtntvtifs art not always able U stop
the oii as and tie pron goes Into coonumo
tin from nir urgli-o. Do not be so foolith
but mm Hon i Iron 'a C nitb Blam, which re
bjot.s th lifl'ior. matter troni th tbrost tad
lunesand extrisa bralinn lufluraos on the
dist-ared parts. Eren thoe who are but the
wrrcks of thsir foriusr selves trcrive wonder
fill htlp, la Crnp and Wboopiar Coofh it
la inTKulabU. Price 23 and 60 cents. Sold
by C. A, Will 4 Co.
Atk your Glum- for Port Huron!
Br.ionn. Taku no other. Kvery one
WMirau ed. Manufactured by E. Per-;
cival Sun. lOmtj.
The new M. P. church at Capac
xvlll bi duliiMted Mie 12th of Novem
lr. Rev Di- McKlioy, 1. II. I). Dom
of Theology in Adrian college will
preach the dedicatory termon on Sun
day morning ai 11 a. ra. The church
is a line Gothic brick veueredbtructure
30xSO feet witli corner tower which
reflects great credit on the pastor. l!ev
H. D. Miller, und the demcninuliou in
What lO Cfiits Will Do
By calling at F. A. Bakers dtug
store, you can get a sample bottle of
Dr. J'otanlco's Cough and Lung Syrup
which will relive the most tbrtifmte
Cough or Cold, and show you what the
regular 50cent alze will do. When
troublel with Asthma, Bronchit's Dry
Ht'ckiag Cough. ln fn V. Chest,
K)i.l nil diseases of the Threat aud
Lungs, try a sample bottle of this me
dicine. Wanted A yo despeilencnl teach
er niali or femnlc to take charge of the
school in ''Istrlct ln 5 to ci mmeiue on
or about the lirt of January and tou;
tiiiu six mouths. Tjios Rkll.
It is saift that 50.000 people l:e an
nually in tho United Slates alone from
this disease. In some sections of the
country one deaih in every three is
from Consumption. Thin can be, and
should be avoided; 'our people, me too
careless about an ordinary cough or
cold, und vlbcr symptoms of throat
and lung iilJVelUt'M that lead to this
disease You should arrest it while
it is in tho germ. Two or three doses
of Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lucg
Syrup will relieve an ordinary cough
or cold. It does not dry up a cough
like many preparations on the market,
and leave the disease behind it, but
acts directly on the t'ir.vtt and bron
chial tubea, removing ull tho phlegm
and morbid m ittr that accumulates
In the throat ami hms. It allays all
in Ration, and tender j thn voio clear
hjiU distinct. S 'Id bv F. A. Bakor.
Do 1 ou Know t
Ths h Ilorne nod cnttle Powders pr p r
vd liy E. M. Prnile ar couponel ot tb
Wit Htd purest mm rials. L'cTi'.,
Fonotrenk, BIo'hI Rivt, Klecsmimne tor
C'Ujrhs. (Vlds. Eplfootlr, Dis t-rn(xr,
Siilphu, MsinJritt. Cntinn, Sulph, Mug
imi'i t r Irppn re I5!xxi : Beid iuut ottr
f nzrnoiiitM ie'UMT ad i vert lo th curi of
C'c, Worms; Hnvs Mid sll pis.tfs ot
1WM, Cmiir, Hoitd, 8hiep nd Poultry.
Fuy oo nthcr Pull rounds only 55 wets.
Sold br A. Xeh A C.
rock way Cenlro, Mich
Wi'hfs Inform th r"roil in thU Ticinb
it thnt li" has latflr f.nrkrised the Photo
'rmh 0llery of Joho Glover aua made
iititny chanss llitrnn, ci.' of which Is ft
'oroi1et new outtit, whioh will euable him
to girt universal tatisla' tioa to those wishing
anytbing in his line.
PIIOTOURAPU8, TIN-TYPES, INDIA
iNK and CUAYON ir.ade in nry sice.
Brio? in yni rA pi"tiirt end hve then
enlnrd. firAM orders ettled for wheu
ordf rwl. GXOROB (lOUUU.
My Now Fall Stock of Carpets,
Oil Olotlm, Kngs, Matts, llpholstery
Good., Fringes, Nottingham. Laces
and Comfortables is now open for
inspection. T he largest Ftock and
lowest prices guaranteed.
All of the La' est and
Most Elegant Patterns!
lOts. to $2.00 Rsrroll.
JAS. X DAVIDSON,
No. 0 Military St., Port Huron.
I winh to aonouoc to the eiiisnnsof Brook
way CfDtr and ticinitT, that aft.r ft grand
consult of all lh btrl'r's lo Wolverine stal.,
I do nrrvtlaim and rusk, known to all that I.
ft ti Hahrs. hare Sited no ft Barber Shop la
ths iieattft manner era'hble, whers I will be
at all times, ready to glra tbem a eomplste
ratiiux mccption and completely direst their
DhrsiociiorM. ! nsnr'a unsml7 prodacuon
Now witiKts my and the great sent of
toy rnr.orM and simors in the year or Ulae
My shop ii nest,
My towels are el sea,
My siMors are sharp,
lit rsinrs are keen.
O.pofclU the Utrl Main str., Brookwar
My 9 B nUQII3
Everybody Rend thlo 2
Lew the man with the male.
Takes everything cool,
But he keeps moving about.
His wagon runs easy
Whim he keeps it greasy,
And the little mules are stout.
He draws goods by the load,
And can be found on the road,
Between the city and station.
He U not a dead leat,
But will work so cheap.
As to almost siu fjrtse.' the Nation
THE 'HOME INSURANCE COMPANY"
01- NEW YORK,
Tukea rij-ks an J insurer farm property against loss by
Wind Storms Cyclones jpnd Tornadcoc.
Our ('w' touht lt for CASH t ""enlHr prim , T),.r Yt- CflKMT.lt 'hsn'the
CilKAPES r. Tho Kuite u in thiu aiid w will CKLl it PKICK' nr a iy v'j-ct. '
Wc have the best stock.
We have the Phoiccst stock.
Wc have the Cheapest stock.
And the ILnnjest to select from.
WHICH WILL BK SOLD AT
ASTONISHING LOW PRICES I
Remember we are selling oft our entire Stoc k at a margin to simply cover
W He PALMER
AP.E IN THE P.ACE. Althooeh rot pettin ?
expect to Irad oa the home stretch and TAKE
NOT ALL THE MONEY, as some of the
to get Ol'K SHAKE. We l.v no oll stock,
tho anstupecting public under the disguise of
IN THE DIFFERENT DEPARTMENTS
IS ALL FRESH AND GENUINE.
Aid our prices such (qualify tf Ro.ds considered) that will commend onr goods to the pnbbe
every tiru. Wn are not going " n boslnes out intend to remain right where we are,
keep our stores well Mocked with choice aud sanonahle goods, carry on onr clearing out
tale indefinitely to make room for ntw praxis that sre daily receivinir. Remember that
we hsve no old style r dmnged tin thsr we are compelled to mark d two tn disposA of
ihein but hnve M.iiie ekiSHoriliiiary bdrirtins that yxi cannot nford to miss. Wed jt ad
vertiee to well st cst but will not bo undxrs ld by any other hone. Consult vour bet in
terest by lookiutf thrrngh our stock before purchasing. ltesp't'y, 1IOLDEN BROS.
DARCY S4, .003
Have made another de)arture. from their usual routine? of business, and
havo mado arranementH with tho celebrated Keti.ham Carriage Factory
at Houieo to handle their floods. We havo now on hand and for sale sev
eral very elegant Top Buzgios of their manufacture, which for beauty of
tinfch and cheapness in price cannot lo beat in the State of Michigan. AH
of tluir work is warranted. Thoso who want cheap priced buggies com
bined with durability, Darcy & Co. can fnrnisli them. Come and sco us
anyway before purchasing. T. DARCY t CO.
OenteF of AttoacMon
For Bargains in
Dry Goods and Llerclmnt
Our Stock this season is the most eomplete ever offered in this market. We keep every
thing in the Dry Goods line. Our store is the place where all close buyers should call.
jMrSsaples sent on application and mall orders promptly attended to.
Boner & jronxTsoxr,
CF1EAP CASH STORE, NOItTU END OF BRIDGE
PORT HURON, MCH.
James Brown, Agonl
eod od rfT we hare the ioside track ftnd
more Avaricious wovi'd dclr. but expert
d sin sped or unHslesbie gcoos to alui elT on
Clearing Out at Cost.
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