err wtyrmr ir.j. WM. w
C O R K i: S PO ND E N C K.
Mm .Tame liuniHl Is visiting her
daughter, MruS. M. A'inton at Jcetw
Villc, Kulkaka Co.
Miss Abuie Ilosneris nuffngcd in tbe
PoutUtc knlttinjf factory." .
Tl.e "Capae Anrus" ia now a dream
ftheiiaat in wliith on euUlics fit
ful Kl-iupfcs "f "auburn" locks in clos
proximity with a won-be-xono editor
vainly endeavoring to churn a "bridal
cow" into a "collar box."
Yea verrily the Jingle improveth on
Donation party for the leneftt of
Hev II. 1); Miller at the AI. I parson-
e N ednofiday eve.
Tln 8?hoo' willbtt elwed for Thauka
Another weddiug on Uit particu
Won't somoonn ft up something
n the Thankfc)?iviUK question. We
are liemtly sick of '1I1030 ever repeated
'turkey roost high" especially when
our turkey is a hut years chicken
An revoir. "Sweet Biunt."
Samuel, son of Chas "Way, la very
eick with tho brain lover.
Albert Cracker's little daughter
Bertha Ja gaining slowly.
Win Paisley U happy it'a a girl.
Mrs Jas Curtie ia quite tuck. .
O. Lapein ia getting lots of grain
at the grain house, lfo pays good
price and gives good weight.
Well, well, v. o aro going to hsvo
our station finished at last. Tho
paint and other material is Lore.
Jefferson Burrlo lias bought Mr.
Eatou out and tho latter intends
going north to buy.
There is talk of a ehooting match
at Fargo Chvistmas and also an eat
ing match to-day.
Mr. Taylor tho blacksmith is talk
ing of going to the lumber wood
Tho farmers want some one to
come down hero to buy their hay.
rT''... : . -i - ..e :.. i 1
uiir 44 10m vi n nuu selling cneap
A. Crocker and C. K. Farr o.ich
received a nice deer from Saginaw
this week as a present. Wo viah
the beys up there would eerve us
Wdcr Ril ey U holding a aeries uf
meetings at tho Farr school house.
Albert Crocker U hiring team to
go to the M'ooda. Mouov.
II root way lilt.
M. Magnerhns purchased tho res
idence belonging to John Ard ruid
also the corner jot of G. W. McClel
lan in connection.
John Ard jnd family intend leav
ing town soon. The friends of the
family feeling eorry to ve them go
awty gave thorn a very pleasant sur
prise party in the shape of an oyster
upper. About 00 or 70 invitations
the best '.vishwof the citizens attend
The young men of tlm place ha e
organized a dancing club with about.
'20 innnbei and held their fuFt
meeting last Friday night in J. W.
J. Yi. lloskin, who has lately tak
en to himnvjlf a wife i preparing to
More weddings to come o.T soon
at thin place.
AcciDiOT Mr. Kdtrcrton in diir
pi ng a well for M. Maimer and J.
H. Jloskin reached iulok.and at a
depth of 20 feet aud in ordcrlo dig
still farther to get water was obliged
to ourb it and in letting ..down the
curbing Kometliine travi- war and he
lost hii balance and fell to - tho bot
tom of tho well fracturing "one of
m& legs ana mining lus buck con
Fire! Fim:!' FIltE!
Last Sunday nfcht about 10 o'
clock the citizens of nur quiet little
village wore aroused bv tho alarm
of lire. Ihc fire originated between
J. E. Tloskin'a soloon and J. W.
(Justin's new building, under a flight
ot Etaua that are there to give access
to the upper room. Jt is though
mat fomeono set it on lire and to
help tho thing along there waa oil of
some tin'! tiirowu on the Bides o
both buildings ho that it tj.ivo no
one a chance to do much. The r.ew
buildiLg of J. W. (Justin's which
flood on the corner, the one jupt
north belonging to him and occu
pied by J. K. lloakin, tbe one be
longing to Y m liowan occupied by
D. (J. Kodgers IiameBsrnaker, llu
ore owned by DeunU Carney occu
pied by Khannahan & Shel crd as a
merit market :md thf on wi?eJ by
T. Collins unoccupied wen all con
fumed by th-j llanies. Tlie goods
and other nff belonging to Patrick
Davie, A. & K. 0'Jary"M. Shanna
i;.an and Win H. liallhatina were
mere o less damaged and a number
slohn by cirrjing them out to es
cape the fire. Now with these live
buiidinga burnt to too ground it
makes quite a Jarga hole in our lit
tle tillage, liy hard work, plenty
of water and the heavy fall ot snow
that was given us during tho day
wo were enabled to ubduo tho
flam; .s from spreading further. Lnm
$5,000; insurance i 1.500. Tvn.
Wavtku A Rood expei ienced teach
er mnlo or ftrnale to take charge of th
ncho In district 2o 5 tocomraenco on
or about ho f.rst of January a id con
tinue six niontl.fi. Thus Bi-xr,
Hill N)c uf (lie lt.omfraiS, llnUnt
s ! the World.
To remove oils, varnishes, renins,
tar oyster soup, currant jelley and
other selections from the bill of fare,
u-so benzine soap and chlorcform cau
tiously with whitewash brush and
garden hoso. Then hang on woodpile
to removo the pungent at!luvia of the
To clean coliincs tht have been
smeared by kerosene lav.:3 or tho fra
srrance from fried salt fork, remove
the ceiliui', wash thoroughly with bor
ax, turpentine and rain-water, then
hang on tho clothes-line to dry. After
pulverize and spread over tho pie-pl.mt
bed for spring wear.
To removo starch and roughness
from flat-irons, hold the iron on a lar?e
gnudstone.for twenty moments or so,
then wine olf carefully with a va-. To
make this effective the grindstone
should be in motion while tho iron is
applied. Should tht iron still stick to
the goods when In use, spit on it.
To soften water for household pur
poses, put in an ounce of quick lime
in a certain quanity of water. If it h
not sufficient, uso less water cr more
quicklime. .Should the immediate
lime continue to remain deliberate, lay
the water down on a stone a'ud pound
it with a baseball club.
To give relief to a burn, apply the
white of an egg. The yelk of tho egg
may to eaten or placed on the shirt
bosom, according to ihe taste of the
person. If the burn should ocenr on
a lady she may omit the last instruc
tion. To wash black silk stockings, pre
pare a tub of lather, composed of tepid
rain water and white soap, with a
little ammonia. Then stand in the
tup till dinner is re&dy. Boll in a
cloth to dry. Do not wrinj, but press
tho walcr out. This will necoartitate
tho removal of tho stocking.
If your bands are badly ehapr ed wet
them in warm water, rub them all
over with Indian meal, then put on a
coit of glycerin and keen them in
your pockets for ten days. If you
have no pockets convenient, Insert
them in tho pocket of a friend.
"Woolen goods may bo nicely wash el
If you put half u ox-sal into two
gallons of tepit water. It might be
well to put the goods in the water
also. If the mixture i3 not strong
enough, put in another ox-gl. Should
this fail to do the work, put in tha en
tire os, re9erviug the tail for soup.
T'ne ox-jjal is comparptlvely useless for
soup, and should not be preserved as
an article of diet. " ,
After many yt&n if fxp?rinpe In xnj own
f?rji!y Bud upon in y .horse and oaHio I an
coni trained to lay that lirtnt-lee' Uu!t;TSu'
Liuiaient U the ruct ro'njltt rim j fur the
ar of Rheumitwru, Nmralgia. lme Huck.
Si Taroa, &?.,iu the Un m hii ftmily nd of
rou e pdvin, STfecr, KintH'D, Spin8,
itruit'f, nn Itorsoo Ck1 3g, Sore Tcai,
&ci , en Cattle that I have ever kbowa Mtid
late p'eajure in rccommendicR 1 ohr.
Lnrce to.ll!cf ' ! common tr.9 2a ffcnt.
olJ b? C. A. WtllgA. Co.
Why Kufur t
With Dvir'.iv'ift Tvh?n rar.nelfle' TT' pp
Diahrtia Klrinty nd Livtr Curi will
?orlc wouJith. re U?in yea et onc. I)j
net wait till lj-Pii r.ra oicrcorue eml
D;ab-Us ha Ukt.i f u i J -.thtt n-iou -( Jiur
iodr Lut rctiicin';C'f tuut u tnw. or rrrt n
iio;i w.ifth a roni.il r.f cn;." Thin Hut
pici'trutton wiil elao tone vp the ki(io-TB an.)
Ivir and OitJLr.i,e th1 ytout of all inipuri'len.
Pri-.'c $1.00 rr bott!o. S by C. A. WelN
m? Emus 1 mimm n
lVpt tt of CMi-t Street. rort-ITuron. "tih.
'1 ratlin run by fort Huron t.uir. lYaiiis rtHity rx
KAST SAGIAAV DIVISION,
a. m.i p. ra
Pf,tl llaroa Ixsave 7 ?0 4 25
O. T. .luaoiion 7 4(ti 4 Si:
Kinsley A 25 5 10
Si!;iMflr Junction 8 .V 5 !5
ItnxilcA'A .Cauira 3 37! 5 41
Me!?in 10 3; C 0:j
Yi.rlt 10 S2t 6 11
Broru' Cil 10 47 C 23
VUrMl 11 4( i 6 46
MavviUe U SO 7 21
I & II C Junction l or, 7 51
Wvaar 1 Ifi 8 00
Kat Hig'mt K 2 3d 8 40
P. m. p. n.
a. pi. p. m.
Eist S1q;aw Iaye 7 41 6 15;
I) & II C JuQctloa S 21 7 CO
MTviI!e g 4a j 25
MmieUc 9 13 8 10
Browu'a City 8 S
Y.ran 8 47
MJin 8 cci
Itrookwuy Centra '.) C7 0 12
tUgioaw J n notion 10 20 9 46
U. T. Junc'Joa 10 40 10 10
t ortJiarou 10 io 10 1H
a. ta. p. oi.
12 4 r
9.1 i nt
Cldwa j rtaifa
10 Bo Lt Tort Kuron Arr
19 W t 1 Junction
11 W Uatiot CVotre
11 J'ur tli Rtrcut
It G.rlnar Junction
11 4 ' 01 ant C litre
U (hi murtoi1
U 21) CYoawell
11 . OMm
11 8; Anderson
1 6 ('nr.nTtll
1 o Wuifcr Rend
1 It! DuWllil
1 i' Vr: orvillrt
1 fu t;oily Ri.ad
8 0.. . Adr.ins' (Criioia
3-. Arr UnJ DeacU L
A U I
Itaturn tickets anf(f at rancaJ ra-ft.
IIKVRT McMORn!Tf 'snaT PfrocVi
lat ! ' ?d
clnwa 1 fljwi
IIm moved into his new buildlog (oext
door to the Commercial Hiua) where be
ill always kern on hand a fall atock of
rthlnif in hia line. A fail lino of Whiter
Gooda juat receired ouaiaUn of
WOLF, SUPPiLLiO &
And ft full line of
TRUNKS & LEATHER
r.fpairlDg door ia the NeateU iXaaner.
KrerytbiDjf warra&tcd firet-elaM.
Chap a tLotlitapeit.
Mrs 0. VanWagnor,
Invites the attention of the Ladies of
lirockway Centre and Vicinity, to her
stock of Millinery and Notions. Special
attention paid to Dreds Making. Prices
Low iij the Lowest. Butter and Effgs
taken in exchange for Goods.
American Sewing Machines on band
and for sale.
BROCKVTAY CKNTRE. MICIL
CHEAP CASH STORE !
0. F. MICHAELS
Inlgrcik the ptcple cT thia eectlon that hia
st re in weil atorkfd with flrst-cJasa gooda la
all departments, itcluillt
rltf!aJi fiU ?lad WatMna
Vkj MVMi) NUUSfij ryaiUUB)
Hats & Capi, Groceries
ia faot, everytliii) krpt in firat-olaas store.
Pricea alwaya very reaaooahle
Everybody Rend This !
Lew the man with the mnle,
Takes everything cool.
Hut he kee;s moving about.
His WiiRon runs easy
Wiien ho keepn it greasy,
And the little mules aro stout.
He draws j.;ods by tho load,
And ctvn be found on the road,
Between the city and station.
Ila is not a dead beat,
But will work so cheap.
Ah ti almost surprise the Xation.
VERY LARGE STOCK !
On hand of all kinda and aa good as there
run be ioudiI in the market. 1 would aak the
farmera to call and examine before purchas
ing elsewhere. We have corn ahelUra of the
beat make. Q. W. BELL.
WE HAVE ON HAND
SEWING MACHINES I
Errr brought into the County, and are
telling more than all other dealt re combined,
lbe reaiou why
Flrnt The Whito sewing ma
chine ia the beat ia the market.
Seoond It girts entire satisfac
tion to all who buy it.
Third Wo give the best termt
that can be gotten anywhere.
Fourth Every machino if fully
warranted for 5 years.
Fifth It is tho only adjustable
sew ing machine.
ffixtli The White il King tin
disputable, a, n. FfJAccn Ci co.
W. & J. HARRIS,
Carriage and Wagon Works,
Take this method of informing tho publio of this vicinity that they havw
on hand a very larjre stock of Carriages and Wagons, open and top Bag.
gies, which they -will dispose of at prices aud terms to defy competition.
Our work is all Aral-class and warranted in every respect. Fleaso givo ns
a call before purchasing elsewhere. We will endeavor to suit you both in
quality and price. We also do repairing, repainting and rctrimming in
all its branches. Please remember the plaoe. Yours,
Will for the next 45 days sell any
Cemetery fence at a (Jreat Koduction. All who need such should oall
immediately at laeir .oiaroio onop
ranted to give entire satisfaction. -
SPECIAL - INVITATION !
I extent Uill the radere of thia paper
noi wuu anytniog lo-ur, y may aooa and we ncpe you win aerp onr inritation ia mind
and ire oa en opportunity to abow yoo our awl and quote you pricea. We wiah to con
vinee yoa that we dnarve your patronage, and think we cn do ao. Children cry fur
mem, me iMiea aign for toem, ana wnoie umuiee are made nappy oy tne aixht er tne
NEW FALL GOODS 1
and the bargains bow beLnjr offered at the atore of
Wm. H. . BALLENTINE,
lOmfl BROCinVAY, - MI0I1IGAK.
The Underaijjned Suhecrlbera haTino concluded to gn out of buaineaa in Brock way Ccttre,
will offer thir ectiro atock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE at
For CASH or its oquivalent
Partiea wlahin to lay in their fall atock f jvda will find it much to their ad ran tape to oall
and aee oarpriora. We will commenoe oufaaJe on 1IONDA.Y. the 2nl day of OCTOBER.
1682. Our BOOKS will be o!oed at that time
inaeotea to ua by auic or UUUK Account to
Pated. September 25th, 18S2.
I will sell Groceries at cost for the
NEXT THIRTY DAYS !
3 pound Cans extra Peaches 22 Cents.
Salmon - 16 4
2 pound cans Covo Oysters 18 "
All period Indebted to the firm of ESVfck A Certrand by note or book aceonnt and all
persona ludebted to the firm of McGreory, Halrien & Co are hereby notified to call at the
office oi tbe undtrelf oed and aettle the aame at once. I alao hold for collection the Railroad
aid notea of the Townahipa of Crock way, Greenwood, Speaker and Maple Valley. All
ptraona owing mch nntea are rrqueeted to call immediately and aettle the eaaie. I have
a ho the aceounia of W. N. McKenna lor collection.
J. S. DUFFIE,
Dealer In Ileal Eatate. Collection Agent, Jnitloe of the Peace, Notary Publio and Convey
anear. Aeeni for the Contioeatal Inauranoe Company, Sererai farms and a few good
Tillage lota for aale oa eaay terms.
ffiESSRS. BIER k CO..
Invito your oxarnlnatlon of tholr
LARGE Aim mi SELECTED STOCK !
STAPLE AQB FAI1CY DRY GOODS !
"Which thoy havb Just Opened in tho
CITY OPERA 1IOU8E BUILDING (Ponth RioV) Their t"d are all NEW A FRESH
and are cflered at hriree that Will be a POSITIVE INDUCEMENT for you.to giy them a
call when riaitinf Port Ilnroo.
nELIEHEEH TIX33 2T illTID PLACE,
GRANGER & COMPANY,
CltY OPERA HOUSE BUILDING! (South Side. .
kiud of Gravestone, Monument or
ana loave ineir oruer. All work war
Shop next doo, r to Duffie's offioo.
aepwia ioTita'ion to eall and ae ua. If yen do
and we would relpc ctfully rtqdt all partita
pleaae call and aett!tne aame.
g. w. wjmiira & co.
We aro not Closing Out
B W U 1
Caps, Carpets and
ron x-ess loinz'r thau tou :c ait tsttt
THEM ANYWHEnS SX-SS I IT TOW2T-
DONT BUY old ahelf worn gnrnU for a trlflo Ja 11 an r gr'ar a wl tr you can ty rear
food a and laleatatylei JUtiT A8 CHEAP. Oar atock ia Tiryiare aid avtryth'nf new
and freeb. Just call and gat our pricea and we guarantee a aale erery time.
Romombor tho Place ccr VSaln & North Ct.
O- E. ROSWELL
BOCSCWAY CENTRS, SVSICMIOAfl.
Call and Sec tho
b nr! m fi
STOVES STOVES I
Ever shown in XSrockway Centre,
Wew Store in
A Largo Stock of Furnituro ia Great Variety
Chamber Suites, in Ash and "Walnut,
Extennion and Breakfast Tables.
Bureau", Lounpop, Cribs ana Bods,
of All lunJiS, Woven Wire Mattrasues.
Spring Bod, Etc. Large Stock of Chaiw
in Oai'O and Wood Scat, and Every thino; to a
found in any well-ordered furniture etore. ( 'all and examm oo4a
before purchasing elsowhoro. Oposite J.S. Duftie'j.
A. G. BKOWN.
IN DRY GOODS, BOOTS & SHOES.
For Tho Mext Thirty Days Wo Will Offer
GREAT INDUCEMENTS !
TO CASH TU7YKRS, in FUnnela. Waterproofa, Pant Clothe, Dreea Gooda, Ladiea and
Childrena lfoe, llata, Cnpv, Nubias, Lidife aud Gt-nta UodreAr, Bnotn, Sh:ea, OrowrUe.
iryoti are in need of eoch gooda do n t fail to call and ao na. We will not be underaold.
His Lett price paid lor Farmer produce. P- S. W or not going out of bniioeaa.
Kesember the place,
KE8ARBLSSS 9P COST.
The undersigned intends closing out hh entire stock of JDzy GoodLop
Grocorica. 23ooto and Sliaoa. OlotHiiag, aiilliaa.
ory ennd rancy Goods. This is no humbug but a genuine
sale. Butter and Kggs taken just the aamo as cash. Everything to be
sold for ready pay onlv. Sale to commence on Monday, "Ootobftr 10th
at which time our book will be closed. C"Iartiei indebted will plctu
call and settle at once.
M- TV ORANDY-
Fin Tens Coffees find
at co3t but will sell you
v? xJf V B UkiwlkWa
(he uffie Block.
H. WYMAN, Brockway Contro.
AMI RIP n
KERY, &C. &a
Tobaccos a Spocfrlty.
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