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W EEKLY
A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN.
Vol. I, No. 28.
BROCKWAY CENTRE, MICH., NOVEMBER
1882
Price, $1.00a Year.
Tii3 Veskly Expositor,
A Red I !t, Aggressive ami Pro
jisivo Joui'nal for Live,
Enterprising Rcadcru.
rUliLISIIEH OX THURSDAYS.
3 a Yi:u COc rn Six Aloxuis
tec i on Ti!:m:i; .ItTiirf.
Ja. A. Mkn-zies,
Editor fc Manager,
A I V i '-UT 1 :4 1 x ; It AT US.
1 inch rani ono year
1-S column sulv out? year
1-4
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12 oo
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1 44 4 4 4 4 05 00
Business local?? a cents per line.
Clinton nut kct o it y,
Mi.-ihodIt I'roJcstant Church.
Fiyrvk-ffi alternately at 10:30 o'clock a. m.. and
7 x m. Ilev C. H. CLAKK. Timtor.
GaasUy School ai i p, w. J. S. DUFFIE,
SuptTinttMident.
Elathoilst LIpIscopal Church.
fiarrlfos al'enipMy nt 1f:J" tt. m. nnl 7 p. m.
liev A. J. ilOLMKH. PnHtor.
Sunday Bohool at 'i . m. S. (J. K1CTTIS.
SuiMMinteiident.
tlhuirh of ;!irlit at the A. l 1'hapcl.
BcrTlcranr 11 a. in. S-ihhnth School ot 3 p. m.
Fraycr nut-tin;; o very Thursday evening
BUSINESS DIUKCTOltY.
r L. 1ULLENTINE 1 CO.. WholmU
O. fr.J Retail dralr in Dry Goods, P.oots
1 kfi, llsndy Va-'e Clt!iln?. Hats. Car.
A. T- a Srieia'ty. N- 7 Huron Avuu,
atd JJo 3 juny Siroft, Prt Huroa, Mich. 0
COMMERCIAL. HOUSE
(Fsrmerly Rnpley Houw.)
IIKL'UKX EMEKY, Prop.
This home tM recently charged hand
aad fp-'i'.lM p'im wiil b takeu to please
f4W.
TnOS. IUrLlY, TROrKlETOB.
A irvicr,il Invitation I etMvled to nil to call
fttut in v !i'it hi town. Good rtoeonimoila
tlima fort'oiuir.'.'n-frl TrevrWs nnd Farmers.
A C'li ' S hvtion ft Wines, IJijuorj and
Olzavs elwiiyu ;ti lu.iul.
Dr. D. PATTSRSOS,
OAIUC, IICII.
OIUcc Days, Tuesdays and Saturdays.
0
ash ras
rou-
DRESSED HOGS,
POULTRY,
GAME, Etc,
AT-
0, W. MILLS' Elevator,
MONEY SAVED !
E8CKEY EARNED !
YouranfJAVKMOXKY ir yJnt HAU.
KEffi, BUFFALO n!l JAP ItORES,
JIOllSE BLANKETS & 3UIICINGLE3.
. OF
Carry Corabs t.ai Bfa?Le4 fr. m 25 cents np.
Wh!is from 15 cents tip.
Horse Blanket at (J nt.
A good Farn irarnfch from $22 up.
Impairing ';ne neatly and cheaply.
Give in a call before j uichasing elssrhcre.
-AND-
FAFCY GOODS
Lowest Prices For Gasii,
-AT TIIE-
Iadlri' llazanr,
CAPAC,
Mrs J. A. Smith,
iMICII.
R. S. PATTERSON,
TOUT IltTKON, MICH.,
iv-:alei:im
Clorks, Knives, Forks, Spoons,
Pitchers, Card Keeeivc,
Gold nnd Silver Plated Ware.
V alirnyi li tre a goo Stock cf
HOLIDAY NOVELTIES
You ars Corliilly Infed and enrofstly
. rnne.?d to r jamioo car Rtock iti 'hi Ue
rartmfnt and compare pood nd pricea be
fvre pnrchtsins. 0
II ROCK WAY Cr.NTHM MAUKRT.
Raporta coiTectt?d evrry Wednesday by O. W
Mills i
"Wheat No 1 "Whito 3 02
Wheat No 2
Wheat No r, white . . 70
WhtXo2 Hf.-l ''2
Wheat No 2 Spring . 0
Oat whitft
Oat? mi.TPd HI
1mWT9 10lh3 1 00 0 1 2:
IVa4 ' 0
JIulter 25
Vf m 20
Local Expositions.
II. O. Utibcocl:, of Teclr, paid us a
call on Monduy.
Misa Ada IJaker, of Port Huron,
ia visiting in town.
Theg Ilickey has moved into Ids
house near t lis station.
A Hurry of snow fell in this sec
tion on Friday morning.
Dojiot fail to read A. It. Fraser
& Co's chango of ad in this issue.
T.ix receipts printed at this office
at ."0 cents per 100 bound in books of
103 each.
KcniemLcr the entertainment next
Tuuriday evening at the M. K. church
Admission free.
Next Thursday ia Thanksgiving
day. Turkeys will probably go down
about that time.
An exchange says that the Thanks-
givi ag turkey will taste like n "crow"
to the republicans.
Call in and subscribe for the
Exrosrron for one year, six months
or three months.
r
During the month of October 4,-
015 immigrants entered the Unite J
States at Port Huron,
We 4woed" be pleased if some
one "wood" bring us a few loads of
wood on subscription.
The aurora borealia of Friday
evening last was the moat magnificent
display ever witnessed.
The bay-haired proprietor of the
Itichmond ltevlew was in town last
week Thursday andFiiday.
O. W. Mills is paying cash for
dressed hogs, poultry, game ko at his
elevator. Notice his chango of ad.
Itev C. Ij. Clark is at present de
livering a course of lectures on the
"Parables" at the Cole school houae.
Itobt Guy has taken possession of
his new home two miles east of this
place. Ko will hereafter be a tiller of
the soil.
Wm Strong now occupies the
dwelling formerly owned by Itobt Guy
in this place. We welcome him to
our miJet.
The track laying, on the Almont
divuion of the Pt II. & N. W. It. 11.,
has boen completed within four miles
of AlmoLt.
Roy Townsend who has been
working at Stockbridge, Ingham Co.,
for some time past is visiting his re
latives in town.
Miss II. J. Hannah, of Brockway
visited at J. S. Dufiie's this week. Ye
editare was introduced to her through
Mr Dullio'sttlephoEO.
Another man mistaken for a deer
and shot dead. This time it happen
ed near Alpena, and James Mooucy,
aged l4., was the victim.
There i3 a gocd chance for a bar
ber in this place. To the right man,
ono who will tend to his business,
there Is a first class opening.
J. S. Dufiie has a telephono line
from his office to his house. lie thinks
it a little too handy to let Lim know
when they gist out of wood.
J as and Allan Jlrown who took
the contract for building the school
house in district No 5. are pushing the
work rapiJly and will have it complet
ed in about a week.
There has been a number of tele
phone lines put up hero in town the
past week. The ohe between the
Commercial House and station will bo
quite convenient for some of the busi
ness men,
II, 11. Buckerldgo Co, of Pt
Huron arc paying the highest priC3
tor poultry, dressed hogs, beans, but
ter, eggs, potatoei.&R, When in Port
Huron call in and get prices. Notice
their ad in this i33ue.
We are pleased to see our good
nalured clerk at the llapley House has
thrown away his cane and able tov get
around without it, and hope he may
never have to wear it again. A good
lesson for fast driving, George.
Wo have a number of throe
months subscribers on our list whoso
time expired some time hence and as
we are needing the money to meet our
bills promptly it would be a great help
to us if they w.-uld call in nnd settle.
We are In receipt of Capac'a new
pnpsr. It Is an eight page fojir col
umn sheet and called the Capac Ungle,
publishod by Chas A. Bacon formerly
of the Sandnsky News. It blows its
Bugle" Friday morning. Success
to it.
The Mtthodist Kplacopal society
will give a Thanksgiving entertain
ment on the evening of Thursday Nov
sntli, at their church in this place.
There will bo speakers from abroad to
imticipitf Everybody is invited to
come and enjoy tho evenUig'a enter
hi'iwent .tidiii:Mi',!i free.
Tho holidays aro fat approach-
...
Tho holiday trade will soon he
gin to boom.
Our merchants arc receiving
their holiday goods.
"We hear of a fow easen of scar
let fever in, tho township of Given-wood.
Over at Lapeer tho prla get
married without knowing who they
marry.
Holdeu Bros have just received
a fine assortment of gents neckwear.
Call and look at them and you will
surely have one.
The Evening News says: "The
cars will bo running to Almont in a
fow days but don't whisper it to a
Romeo man, it makes him feel bad."
If it takes 05 cents to buy a
four-year-old Bpring chicken, how
many editors will have to club to
gether to buy ono Thanksgiving
turkey?
Mrs Van Warner's r.ew millinery
shop is now completed and the has
moved therein. It is on mam strot
next to J. II. IllgU's shoe shop and !s
a neat little place. Mrs Van Wagner
has just received a full line of winter
good? and would be pleased to have
you call and examine her large stock.
There will be Thanksgiving servic
es at ihe M. P. church at 10::K) Thurs
day morning next, when a sarmun
will be preached by the pastor, llev C.
B. Clark, suitable for tho occasion.
As the Governor has desired Ihit busi
ness be suspended for at lea-t part cf
the day it is earnestly hoped that a
many as possible will be in attendance.
Our Melvln reporter writes in
that there is trouble in that town
ship between the drain commissioner
and Fnaicis Downing. The commis
sioner began the work of running a
ditch across Downing's place against
his wishes and ho threatened to shoot
any person that should go on his pro
mises for that purpose. Tho men hav
ing the work in hand went into the
place and Downing made good hta
word by trying to shoot them, but his
gun being out of order would uot so
off. This is what might be called
resisting the law with a vonjear.co.
The hunt last Friday proved a
success and alTorded considerable cpoit
for the boys. It was rather discourag
ing to some who worked hard all day to
bring in a big count and only succeed
ed in shooting a few chick-a-doe birds.
But then when they arrived at the
Bapley House and saw the bounteous
ovster nipper served in fine style by
"mine host" they forgot all abou; th
hard day's work and the small count
they received for they immediately
fell too and partook of the good thing
set before them. Another hunt will
come cfE to-morrow when it is hoped
that it will be a bstter day, and moi
game brought to town. As we have
not the list cf counti at tho last hunt
we cannot give what each nun insde
only tho total. The captains chosen
wera: A. R. Frassr whoos side, receiv
ed 1,230 and J. C. Holden, 1.000, The?
same captains have bosu choson for
the next hunt.
ANOTIIEtt OLD ICESIDEXT fiONK.
Died at the residence of her co:i John
D. in Brockway Centre, on tho morn
ing of Nov. 22nd, Julia Ann, wife of
John Grinnell Esej, in tho 70th year of
her age. Deceased wm born in Pul
inm, Washington county, New York
state, was married in 1S35, emigrated
with her husband to Michigan in 1S37,
liyed In the township of Wales, this
county, for about 4 years, from thence
moved into the township of Brockway
which was then a dense wilderness
a little clearing round Old Brockway
being the only evidence of civilization
in the township amidst many hard
ships and privations which (die shared
with her husband and which sho en
dured cheerfully. Bhe lived to enjoy
a competence and has been a continu
ous resident of this township over
sinc. Her disease was consumption.
MARRIISD.
Hosbln ltankin At ' this place on
Sunday, Nov 19th, by Rev A. J.
Holmes, Mr John B. Hoskln, to
Miss Josephine ltankin both of
Brockway. ' May their journey
through life be one of happineis and
prosperity. ' ,
VIVA).
In Speaker, on Saturday, Nov 18th,
eldest daughter of Edward Gray, aged
20 years, llev C. B. Clark officiated.
Her death wat caused by fits which
she h3 been subject to for thirteen
yor.n.
On the morning of Nor 22od at the
residence of her son, Julia Ann, wife
of John Griimo'l Esq, in her 70th
year.,
WHY l-i IT r
Enrrou KxroJiTOU Editors aru
supposed to know . everything nnd It
is with this supposition in view that I
ask you tho (juos'.iou. Why. dt e so
much of tho grsdn in this section find
its way to other iu;ii!;eU thunourow'n 'i
While awuitir. your un-nse: rngardiii
this matter I veutaiu tho i;oplo ans
wer that It i beciii'.t'a our lti er do not
pay enough. WhjT U it? Sioiply this:
Both of cur elevators aro owned bf
Port Huron grain :eak-r i. Tho gontla
men who have charge o" thtui Rio.
sir. ply on salary, and on not, tiieie
fore, mak'j the pricec dictated by IheW
better judgment. , They mutt pay
simply what their employers" instruct
them to. T'io ruU i- that during
the greater part ofe 'p:v?e:it"f oj.-io.i
prices have been. (:;i tho average, sev
eral cents lower than nt other nrukets.
As high as 22 or 21 cents per bu&hsl
ditTerenco is reported. According to
current reports the same st'ite of
affairs has existed nt all points on the
narrow giuge road.s whr the e levat
ors aro owned and controlled by Fort
Huron dealers. To us it aprio-irj as
though S.mborn, a:d Botsford Bros,
were bulling the market paying -just
wliat they wish, ar.d no rn-ir?, and wo
bek'ivo that to be thn right solution of
tho matter. Last eru- our buyers
hero boug'it on a i.lii'-tlv to.i;j o'dvive
bush, Mr Ward tin n owned Iheclovat-
or now owned by S inVrn. The result
of ti e fair prices paid vvu.j that bufii-
no-u in Brockway Centre wtvs evci-id-inglv
good and eveiy thing v.ms boom
ing. This season wrttci'edly low
prices hava bv;eu paid and bur.i r.osi h::s
been much poorer with our merchants.
One thing is very rt t.iin, if this tiling
is kapt up mm.'! I :vr thu death kiuli
of tlds town inlaid aiwell hosoun ljd.
A good market xr.akwj ag:od busi
ness town. ShouU r.notlier party at
tempt to buy gii'.in here, ho would
perhaps b driven to fit! wa'!, us San
born r.nd Bot forH5ro$ are inli-rertod
in the r.illro id and would sci-uiv stu b
Iiiyh r.ttes to thair competitor that he
could riot piy tlieuj i.nd pay lusher
prices f - r grain. Wo do not wish to
take. M3srs. Ilickey and Mdb to task
in this matter, but thnsj iu whofc em
ploy they are. BrsiNr.s-;.
iy e;!tct.
What fj ltn.1 Crct In .i 'U'it eolJ, b:co:r.s
tMtr-.i'h r.t irflrtic rTv.ion r?.r, that
ti. dUfsos And ) i. '-r. i ioj ivj.ii'joio-
rjtv-i tbf iint'ttfv m'tr iroiii (lid t!,rr.t ftod
I'ii:o:i l exer.'sa b'liui ii;(!aiuc on I'at
distar.el i3r'j. Kvir iho wlm fire lnt th
winrka cf t'oelr farmer t,(-ve tf reive wonder
ful Lelp. Ia C'-up and Whor ing Couch it
in inv&ulaMo. Pnct 25 and uo cents. Sold
by C. A. Wfcll i C.
w10
Lost On eWlion day, son.ewhere
in th3 vilbgti of Brockway Centre, a
pocket-bco'v coritainL'ig somo valuable
p.opcra. Tlie Under will bo iowardsd
by returning tho si'.Uo to this cilice.
Uo "i iri Know !
el by K. fl. IV.-n.cl , ai'j corinvel ol t'la
Tr" b'.t on) irt.f . r 'it "i lprin:,
F.in'UKrkk, P.lii I Il , K'.tctMVAun lor
C'-onj, (!'!, .'.'ii''jH", JV("i:,:r, '.,
Sjafpbvir, b iflr , ctm., Huli'li, Maf.
for i..-jre llo:l ; li?irUt iu..r,y ru.-r
l.t,t-: r .tn "prf i l!y H !.j.:t l to the cui of
0.,i(, W.-r.it- iirnvvii i-i : U piiiits rf
lLrti, Cattla, 1 '-., ?'iTj n,t I'r.nltrr
I5uv o f.tber- Tu :l pouG-'.g ;tiy i5 cn'.H.
S -1.1 by O. A. VtUii; C.
Wantlu A gorjde.cpoiiencid teach
er mule or female to take charge of the
school in district No 5 to commence e.n
cr Hoout tho first of Janu.uy ar.d con
tinue six mouths. Tne)s Bkll,
Director.
t-rWI '
Ask your Otover for Port Huron
Brooms. Take no other. Every one
warrant!. Manufactured by E. Per-
ciral&Son. lomf!.
' -
Piles are fretnV,ntly precoded by a
rense of weight tho back, lolnr; ar;d
lower part of th abdonuM. cr.u-ing
tl'iO patient to s:ip!io.-o ho has ftome
flfl't'ctton of tire kidneys or n:ighbn i!i?
organs. At times, symptoms of indi
gestion aro pr.-snt, a t!;it!;ency,unpr.
ino'i'j of the stonuu h, etc. A molstur
li!;e perforation, producing a very dis
agreeable itohingr paitlcularly at rilit
afLr getting warm in is a very
common nttemlaht. Intcr'ral, Ex
ternal and itching piles yield at once
to the application' of Dr. Bos.mko'spile
re met y. wiileh uols directly upon the
p.irti affected, a' o-bing tho Tumori,
allaying t! intense itching, ami aver t
ing a permanent con; where nil other
remedk.1 havef'bd. Do not tie! ay
until t!:H drain cm th? sjstem produces
permanent ditabiljty, but try it and b
cureil. Price, .Vicent3. Ask your
druggist for it. aiul when you can not
obtain It of him, wo will send it, pre
paid, on rcrtipt of price. Address tho
Dr. Bosunko Medicine Co., Piua.
Ohio. Sold by F.jA. Raker.
Arc'TioN S.vi-r,4-(r. W. Bell will sell
by Public Aucth-fV for the undersigned
who has sold his farm, on Monday,
Nov 27th, nt Ids -rer'.deuco c n j mile
north and one-half m l west of (lien's
Corner a number of horsea, cattle,
farming implirnohts, harness house
hold fi:rniture andolh r articles t.o
numerous to m:nt :;m.
1 -.v i a 1 1 C-r.i,i..
EfJ3EER TH3 I
Wtea ycu vUlt Prcckway Centre, do not
Jail to call ut
Tho Centra! Drag Store !
t iro ycu "will Gnl a cootplfcte Hat ot
pjn;: drugs, chemicals, patent
iiUDlCI N I. PEUFU U KRIEH
TUlLKr SOAPS',
Toivvcr-ixs,
ClGAltS.
In Lliul.l Paiiit i you o:m mirly mvp mtjiiy ly
K'-'lti' my rlc(H lx-fro you buy No matter
wlint ili r'lfHlera way tfll" y'ii, I'linw mi J m
nu' ?!.v jkiIuIs me water pr-r. H.ntic rtul wm--rui)tfl
: viir, mi'l In Miy vn wlu'iv they iln
llOl, (Ull'.II'J'it'.'S wii! hi t'.lvilihllUll
' PRtLQ. A. BAKSR.
We ars Still Selling-
the
biMq Mb Sr&j IMiM I
It is tho rif r.'fri, rwopt, rno.t !rrab!o and
h8-t cimp!ir? nnhino n'v ia the market.
La'liea for tilt-in ftisd who'e fintlliM r
Jo!c whoi n of tU'H-p machine ia placed in
''iia-c. Do i't f:.il to see 0: MRch'.ne
hfdrc turchajn.:? i!jv.hc;o. Ve caa cive
hs t;rm biil KHii a low as &ry first
clas ricdr'P C3n t"i ( ,
IIICKLY r.rj'S., Hj'.oi;;v.'V CSSTEE.
B h B M HI??!
i llMffllSMO
If. P. Bt'CUiiSCTi.
C. M. FULLEC.
El, B, DUGKIiREGE & GO..
-pay iin:--
II!
mti Market Prices !
73ZIT.&2Z:ZD HOGS,
13 GIGS,
OAIiL & GST PHICE3
before soiling".
10 VVATKIt STltBCT, EAST,
at Tin:
CAaiilAGE REPOSITORY
50 Fr Korso Blankets,
25 Buffalo Robes.
25 Wolf Robes,
20 Set Single Harness,
"Which I will Pill below
FOOT HURON Prices!
Csixiq and zcamixio
STOCXS
HErOKK PUllCtlAJSlsa ELSKAV1IEUE.
Next door to Kajdoy lVouse.
J. D. VIVIAN,
GEORGE GOUGH,
AIiTIST,LL
Wiuhea toinftn tli pff.l la tii rlcinb
ty thnt he htm Jat'-ly imrrhcted tie Tbot')
er.ph CUlJuy of Jf.nu (i!or eid nad
nsitr.y c ltnpcj thrrin, one of which is a
rot.n!f t r."vi' nn'it, w'ifph "ill n.iM hlra
to ti ill rnl ttif.ti tin to Ihoio wlthiog
fnything ia his line.
l'IIOTOGttAPrj3, TIX-TYPE3, INDIA
INK end CRAYON made in aoy
P.iloe iu yctir eld piofurtt and bave them
en'n'Kvd. SAll ord-rs opttled for when
ordered. . , GROROK (loUGB.
r'OEl TXII3
iiirfin
TaffftMB tort 1
txpositor-
OF NEW YORK,
Talus risks and insurer farru property against loss by
iVign? Stores CycSonos rnd Tornadoes.
l-ljr
Our CWa fr lnht Et for CASH at regular rrhf.i. ThT r rilEAPFP. tloo the
CHEAPEST. The kuife is in tbum 6Qd wv will If ELL ii TlIiCES are aaj oV.t.
Wo Suave the best stock.
We have the Choicest stock.
We have the Ciscajjcst stock.
And the JLargcst to select from.
WHICH WILL EE SOLD AT
ASTONISHING LOW PRICES. !
Remember we nrc silling oil our entire Stock t, h margin to :mply cover
exj't nsrJ.
r-i rt f?. i r
mm u
.den"
ARE IN THE P.ACE. Al'housh rot pe'tinr
exj ect to lead oa the hoam tretvn and TAKE
NOT ALL THE MONEY, a lama of ihn
to get OUIt SHARE. V y no old fo'k,
tbe unttiFpecticg public nnder tbe disguise cf
El Est
IN Till: DIFPEUKXT DEPAllTMl-IXTirt
IS ALL FRESH
Ab1 our price Kitolt (qali'y ef gn.-dfl considered) tLat will conjiaecd our pood to the rublie
evt-rjtirae. We are not rntf our of business but intend f remain rinht where mo are,
keep our stiirea wtll stoefced wifh choice and reatoaable eod-t, carry on onr cleariot; out
tale indehoitclr to n:ake room fr new cods that we are dally reeeirln?. Rrmerol.er thtt
wt hive no old styles or d;uiivd jtool that we are cornpelled to mark d wn to dipoe of
but have some extraordinary bargains that you ran not .fiord to mits. W do tint ad
ertiM to B2ll nt ost bat will not be nndsrtold by any olhtfr bfn?'!. OnneuH Tr.nr h-l 1.
tercst by looking thrcuh our ttvck before purchasing. EetpVy, HOLDEN UliOS.
T- DAROY 86 00
Havo made another lejarturo from thoir usual routine' of husinossi, ajicl
have made arranarcmouts vith tho frlcb rated Jvetc-lmm (Jarriajjo Factorj
at Romeo to handle their floods. AV'c liave now on hand nnd for sale bct
oral very elegant Top Hurries of their manufacture, which for beauty of
linish and cheapness in price cannot he heat in the State of Michigan. All
of thtir work' is warranted. Those who want cheap priced buggica oow
bincd with durahilitv, Dave y t Co.' can furnish thefti. Coma and 6co tv
anyway before purchasing. T. DARCV tw CO.
10 j EY
The
enter of Afe&cMoim
For Bargains iu
Dry Eoods - and Merchant
Onr Btock thi.4 season Is the most complete ever offered in this market. . We keen every
tbiD in the Dry Good line. Oar store is the place where all close bu'ytra should call,
vtraikplea sent on application and mail orders promptly attended to.
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