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17i I? X A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LfVE TOWN. VoL 1, No. 30. BROCKWAY CENTRE, MICH., DECEMBER 7, 1082 Price, 81.00 a Year. I H . CTi'TTW-'J.-i- '!.". T!is Weekly Expositor. A Hod Hot, Aggressive and Pro grcsivo Journal for Lire, Ihiterprising Headers. PUBLISHED OX THURSDAYS. o $1 a Yeak COc koh Six Months f 2i?c fob Tiiuuk Months. Jaa. A. Mkxzies, Eilitor & Manager Aivr.im!Nr: u.mw. . 1 Inch caul oik1 year S 5 00 IS column adv one year 12 00 1-4 " " 20 00 1-8 " yo oo 1-S 44 35 00 1 " C5 00 Easiness locals 5 cents per line. OHUIICK DIIiECTOUY. lcll'flUt Piotestaut Church. JVrvIee.i alternately at 10:-"W o'c lock a. m.. and 7 l-. in. Kev C. U. CL.AKK, FftHtor, iS'iaJav SjVjoI at i i. m. J. S. DUFFIE. Superintendent Methodist episcopal Church. BcitIc'.'s alternately at 10:30 h. hi. and 1 p. m Kev A. J. lloLMKM. 1'P.mor. 8iuid.iv School at -J p. ni. S. (J. HKTTIS, Suiieriiitendeiit Church of Christ at the A. C Chapel 8TTlo !ut 11 u. m. Silibath School at 8 p. r rrajrt-r aieetiiiR ef ry Thursday tveuiug 7:30. lit'SINES DIUECTOltV. SL. BALLENTINE & CO.. Wholesale . and Jlatail dalers in Dry Good, Boot & hots, Uiii.iy lUtU Cloth iir. Htttfi. Cans, &9. Tus a F,-!ia'tT. No 7 Huron Avenue, had yo 3 Qay Street, P-rt Huron, llicb. COftlERCIAL HOUSE (Formerly P.apVy IIous-.) UEU11EX EMEItY, Prop. TLlrt liou.e ras recently changed Land aad special pains will La taken to please gtett. Titos. Raply, Profcietor. A a-enoral In vitatton In extended to all to call and t.e i!ii when in town. Good accommoda tions for Commercial Travelers and r.irmers. A Choice 8-.l"tion of Wines, Liquors and Cigars always on imiul. Dr. D. PATTERSON, QAFAO, - . MIC1T. Office Days, TneidaTS and Saturdays. -FOR- DRESSED HOGS, POULTRY, GAME, Etc, 0. W. MILLS1 Elevator, Brockvay Centre MONEY IVSONEY SAVED ! EARNED ! You ran SAVE MONEY by buin TIAR. MESS, lil'FFA LO end JAP ROBES, HORSE BLANKETS fc SURCINGLES, OF W. 3D. niHSXIil"W. Carry Cninb and Brushes frcm 25 cents op. Whips from 15 cents up. Horse Blanket at Cost. A good Farm Harney from $22 up. Repairing done neatly and cheaply. Give us a call btforo purchasing elsewhere. jew fail mm mmt i AND FANCY GOODS Lowest Prices For Cash, AT TIIE- L.adle ltazaar, CAFAC, Mrs J. A. Smith, MICH. R. S. PATTERSON, TOUT HUllOX, MICH., pi: A leu in J ewolryv "Wa.'fccliGS, Clocks, Knives, Fork", Spoons, Pitchers, Card Receivers, . Gold and Silver " Plated AVare. We alwsye bar a good Stock of HOLIDAY NOVELTIES Yon aro Cordially Invited and earnestly requested to examine our stock in this De Fertment end coroparo goods and prices be re parcnsiing. 0 Cash DROCKWAY CI2XTIIR MARKKT. Eeports corrected every Wednesday by O. W Mills TVhpat No 1 White S 02 WhflatXo2 " Wheat Xo S white 70 Whet t No 2 Red 02 What No 2 Spring 60 Oata white 35 Oats mixed 33 Harley.-lOOlbi 1 00 1 25 IVm 0 Huttrr 25 TVv, 20 Local Expositions. Joel M. Jouos, of Teck, has made an assignment. JasMcDonough visited friends in town Thanksgiving. E. Cordon Is at psesent visiting his brother iu Detroit. Chas Macaulay, of Armada, called at this office on Tuesday. Sidney Parker shot a wild turkey last week welshing 22 pounds. Hollywood & McKinnon's is the placa to buy Christmas preients. Mrs Davis and Bister Miss M. Bottla aro visiting friends in town. frank Woodward, of Strathioy, is visiting ids brother John herein town. There were 53 numberg sold at C. F. Michaels' dance last Monday night. Call and see Hollywood & Mc Kinnon's new stock of holiday gooJj. Michael Darcy, of St Louis, visit ed with his brother T. Darcy over Sunday. D. Barry, of the Morning Te'e- graph Port Huron, made us a visit on Tuesday. W. J. Kapler, late operator at Yassar, is now located at the Saginaw Junction. The Good Templars will give cn entertainment through the holidays sometime. Georgo Hayes our pumpmaker is having a good tiv.de and selling as cheap as usual. G. W. McKinrton has recovered from his recent illness and h able to be around ag&in. Rev C. B. Clark, opened revival meetings at the M. P. church last Tuesday evening. Gift cup?, toilet sets, eruets, and fancy ware in great variety at Holly wood & McKinnon's. Buy vusea and toy sets of Holly wood & McKinnon where you have a chance for a selection. II. B. Buckrige, of the firm of Buckrigo & Co, l't Huron, made us a very plensunt visit yesterday. H. Gnswold took six horses to Bay City, last Monday, where he will ispose of thorn to lumbermen. Horace Baker and wife and Mrs W. X. McKeuna spent Thanksgiving with Mr and Mil J. F. Holdon. P. Chamberlain, of Ingersoll Out., has been visiting with his daughter, W. H. Palmer, for the past week. Miss Bertie Bowers and Miss Carrie Smith, of Pt Huron visited at Geo N. Turner's over Thanksgiving. Del Waldorph, left with his family for Lapeer last Saturday whore he will hereafter make his stay. . He has rent ed his farm to Geo Stanley. A number of the young folks were down on the ice skating last evening. They eay the ice is very poor and that considerable "tumbling" was indulged in. Parties Intending to purchase holiday presents will remember that A, G. Brown has just received a fine lot of suitable presents In the furnit ure line. Everybody should remember in purchasing dry g( oJs or presents for the holidays that Holden Bros have :i complete line and a fine assortment to selact from. Tho morning train was delayed at Marlette last Monday, by some mishap in the tank up there and consequently did not pass here until about three 'clock iu the afternoon. W. It. Gillett, of Rile Centre, Is building a fanning mill manufactory which will have a capacity of ten mill per day; That is live enterprise for a little place like Riley Centre. Jas Harris and C, W. Stratton, of Brockway, made us a call on Wednes day. The mauy friends of Mr Harris will be pleased to learn of his being able to get around lu his usual health after sue i a long illness. A 11-ycar-old son of Amasa Brown had a peice of his check bitten out by a vicious horse last week It aeems that the boy was Pooling with the horse while it was eating therefor meeting with this mishap. We received a copy of "Our Art" written by C. W. stratton and rad at the Thanksgiving services In Brockway but on account of lack of space we are unable t) publish it this wttdc. It if well written article and contains considerable thought. Wo take this opportunity of In- froming the public that when thy ish to engage a first-class auctioneer, one who understands his business, we refer you to G. W, Bell. He has had considerable exparicace in this lino and can give you good satisfaction. G ran ere r Co. tho no v dry stooi's linn at Port Hur.m, ',ieet our rrnd-M with a new advertisement in th!a iasuo Messrs GrauperA Co have an iiumeuso stock of goods to se'ect from a I all their goods arc new and of the latest styles. Store in the Opera House Block, south s'.do. The entertainment nt tin M. E. church o;i Thaiikaiving evening wai lnevt ry way a success. The thanka offering of the people for the purchase of a bell for the' church whs charact eristic of a youurou urid liberal plnt $(i0 beiug tli 3 aw. nut yiveu. We are informed th:u tliij amount inaures a suitable bell. L. A. S'.urm.in, igtnt for the "Bell Teloplrjim Co.," informs us that lift is contemplating running a linn through old 1 rock way to Iml.iy City nnd t t!ier pi wet out Hint way and if Brock way Crime is willing to subscri be 61,000 the mav have t. branch litis to Brockway which will conuect u with Port Huron. Mr Sh- rinan will vbit t!ih place soon. A collison occured on the Per: Huron & Northwestern It'y at a sharp curve nrar Kii gsly's station on Sun day afternoon Engines N. 12 an! No. 5 and one freight car were wreck ed aiid .Terry M iddtn, e:i-:i' er of Nr. 1.', Wi s badly scald d on the back and left rim. John Gore, t!;o other cn gii.cr jumped and a raiad his r g!it ankle. The acvldent occurred at a point where the train men could not bcq far ahead. The Cihly filrl. Tlie girly girl i.i the truest girl. She is what she seems and cot a sham aud a pretense. The slangy girl lias a hard j ' of it not to for rjet Iter characti r. The hoy girl and the rapid girl are likewise wearer of maks. The friily girl never bothers about woman's rigiits anl woman's wrongs. She is a girl, and is gh:d of it. .She would not he a hoy and grow i:p into a man and voto and go to war and pttzzlo her brain about .stocks for a kingdom. S!io knows nothing about business, and does not want to know any tiling about it. I Tor aim is to marry fomo good fellow and mako him a good wife and he generally succeeds in doing both. 81ie delights in dress and every thing that is pretty, and is not ashamed to own up that fchc doe. She is pleased when ho is ad mired, and lets you Fee that ho is. he is feminmo from the top of her head to the end of her toes and if you try to draw her into the discus sion of dry theme fhe tells you squarely that the conversation does not suit her. She is the personifica tion of frankness. Thero is not a particle of humbug in her compos ition. Hero i health to the girly girl! May her number never grow less. Punctuated Jolts. If brewty is tho soul of wit, how is this '; Wmii; .hun'ual. It w without a . X, Y. Kntrr- prhc. ..r v that? IV i iknfrlph it Sunday Jlirror. Those are tho worst jokes of tho . Washington J'ont. you're pointed as a f, arn't you ? llnrtinyton JJntn'prise. We the opportunity to sav that these are real 'i ? 'i you fellows pro pound. Gohl. Tc, they offer uh a ous sort of amusement at host, and our spirits greatly. Efrraterf Railway Journal If you were in this of country wo would grasp your sr?. JFeri (7tn Jitoortkr. An editor is an Ids reputation I with such pun4". Wtfronic. Much ado about 0. Jhtroil Vrvt Pro, Ask your Grocer for Tort Huron Brooms. Take no other. Every one warranted. Manufactured by E. rcr cival Si Son. lOniO. Farm for sale. North West cf tho south wf st of section 0 Town 8 north range 15 east. For further par ticular apply to J. L. Westover, Brockway Centre. J9-lm. Wanted At tho Brockway Centre Woolen Mill, .100 cords of good soft wood, this winter. C. Andrhajj & Sons. For Sale One pair of oxen seven years old, weight 3,000 pouudi, also two good mi' he owe. Call on or ad dre!9 If. B. Cough Bmckway Centre. Editor Wi:kklv Kxrosrroit- Broekway Crfulrj MUh. M atttiiitio.i has jast I con called to an article in your iBBu of the 2-J inst iu relation to tho grain market at your place. J have never scon a note grois and out rageous statement in regard to one. of the very est markets in the state. While the statement of your corres ponlent are wi oily untrue, yet ver they true, I cannot understand why one of your citirens thould wish so to ropresent vour maik?t as to drive the grain from your villago and thereby damage every branch of business; I have boug'it a large uinjunt of all kinds of grala at your place, and at other points on tke Hue of the Pt II. X. W. R. R. and have to say that I pay as high prices as aro paid on any line of road in thoitate where freights aro ths same. There is no tinn when tho farmer does .not gjJ within six cents jer bus !iel Mjhifcj price paid in Ditroit for his wheaftv.anTl out of this six cents must be paid tho coat of buy ing, freight, &t Your wise correspondent asks? "Why docs so much of the grain in tlii3 section find its way to other mark et than our own." In awnser to this, I nra well informed that so far t'lia ee'isoii over one hundred cars of ;'.ln late been marketed at your stat 'on. You ?.re well aware that In conse iuenca of the heavy damage done t i the crops by the continued rains of last fall that the grain could not be marketed at th usual time, but is now coming foward very rapidly and will pi abably continuo to do so during the winter. While at the market at which it has been your ciutom to sell, not one half of tho above amount Ins bteu shipped. The reason I buy grain at vour place is because I can j;ct no one else to buy, and 1 would gladly clo.-e every agency 1 have and receive grain ou consignment a is done in other c'.ibe if good buyers could be hid at these stations, but is this the sort of appreciation we are to receive at your hands when weaeud our more and pay you tli highest market price fcr yourgr iln, establishing a steady mark et which you have to far not done for yoarselvts. If the writer of the art icle to which I .rtftr had taken the p:ins to inform himself uon the sub- j .c! by comparing the price. paid with the Detroit markets he would at oticj havo sren that we aro paying really m-i'! than tho grain Is worth and if he Is not satis!l d 'ct 1dm buy a car cf gruin and hhlp tonuy market hy may choice and if ho should do so ho will le tho last man, in future, to tUtj that the price paid are too low. It Is a fact that the pticai paid for grain on the Port Huron & Northwestern Rail road average higher than on any other Dad in tlin .Ute. It would aUo bo proper for mo to add that any shipper can get just tho same rate of freight that I pay even if he does not slip ton cars during the eeaso i and that I have no advantage over any other consignor in rates, in any way or form, either direct or indirect. Hoping you may a' ways havo as good a market I re main, Yours Respectfully. F. B. Sanborn. Ilnlch the nioed. Hamilton's (i-rman Bitters ar biRnly rt coransendrd for all dieesse requiring a eet siii and fijfifnt lonc. lncc;Iir Indigo t;on, Dyperi!. waft of appetite, 1ms rf ri'i!c'n, JscK or enrrgy, 6m, They n.ilch t be bJoo ', arcntheii thn nusn!es. atid gr new life to t?.e nerves. The? act like charm In the rfiyestir organs, remove all rtyfppptio sympt"ms, and whnaer h tom nch i week, or thr re is t ceneral los of thr ieal Ti?r thssn bitters are just what yon ned Ojly fiO cents per little, gold by C, A. Wells & Uo. Unions of l'ersons Die ennnall, who nilijht 1 eved if at- 'r.tion wa KiTiae to the liltU il s of lite. Cough. Co'd. Ror Thront, tn. sre eaoUy oii-i ry n(nc; llnniil'on, ITotiRh Ralnam which rfi(iTe the lictlii r in the throat and tiehtnoM ncrofis th' the', kelps to throw off the poisonous ru iter aud heale the ioQarad rninbrano. Immediate relief w b tound in Croup, Brfnchitij, Whoopintr Cough, A a.,' and even In tbronio end liht U?e of rnujutuption great rMef in rrceired. For id- cip'ent coo u nipt ion it work like a charm. Prie 23 and FQ cents per bottle. Sold by C A. Wells & Co- niltTHB. On Monday, Dec 4th, to the wife cf W. G. Brown a daughter. Triples Born, in Lynn, on Sun day Nov 20t'i, three daughters to Mr and Mrs Wm Allen, The little-big brotlur male the announcement to friends as follows: "I've pot tl ree little sistoif, nnd they're all girls." JHAKKIHD. DaTenport Daoe At the M. E. parsonage In this placa by Rer A. J. Holmes. Mr I. B. Davenport, of Orwell, On, to Miss EslelU A. Dafoe, of Valley Centre. Mich. Smith-Stevens At l'ort nuroa on Wedntsday, Nov 2flth, Mr Aslily Smith to Mis Desta Stevens all of this p ace. iiii:i On Monday, Drc 4t', at hi resid- nc In Speaker, Mr Michael Gh ason, a:red 70 years. The Central Drug Store ! HOLIDAY GOODS I HOLIDAY GOODS ! HOLIDAY GOODS! HOLIDAY GOODS ! IIOL'DAYCOCPa I AT FRED. A. DAKER'S. II. B. BUCXEBIO B. C. U. FCLLBB. H. B. BUCKEREGE & CO, -PAY THE- Highest filaikei Prices ! rou POULTHY, DRESSED HOGS, EUTTEH, EGGS, X'OTilTOES, ETC. CALL & GET PRICES before selling. 10 WATER STT.EET, EAST, Pert Chiron, Pi!ch. I. D. VIVIAN AT THE Brockway Ccnro CARRIAGE REPOSITORY 50 Pr Horso Blankets, 25 Buffalo Robes. 25 'Wf Robes, 20 Set Single Harness, Which I will sell helow PORT HURON Prices! Ccmo and Eamino BEFORE PURCaASINQ ELSEWHERE. Next door to Rapley House. J. D. VIVIAN. GEORGE GOUGH, ARTIST.foV Brockway Ccntrc Mich Wishes to inform the people In this vieinl ty that he has lately purchased the Photo graph G -J lory of John U'OTer and tnnde mauy char ges therno, one or wbich Is a complete new rot tit, which will enable him to fcivs universal satisfaction to thcte wishing anything in his nne, PHOTOGRAPHS, TIX-TYPE3, INDIA INK and CRAYON made in any size. Bring in your rid pictures and ha ye them enlarged. arAlI orders sottled tor wheu ordered. Gkouob GOCOD. ubscribe ! ron tixej FARMERS OF NEW YORK, Takes risks and insures farm property against loss by Wind Gtorms Oyolonoo and Tornadoes wy fl HINDER ! Oar floods were hu:ht Et for CASH at regular prices.) IThcy are CHEAPER than the CHEAPEST. The knife is in theta and we will SELL .it PRICES are any oljut. We have the best slock. We have the Choicest stock. We have the Cheapest stock. And the Largest to select from. WHICH WILL BE SOLD AT ASTONISHING LOW PRICES I Remember we are selling oil our entire Stork at a margin to simply cover t.xponefl. O Mg .id! Wmm ARE IN THE RACE. Ahbiush set ceMin expect to leal ou the lu.i-.ie htrctuh aad TAUE NOT ALL THE MONEY, ni same of the to get OL'R SHARE We hare no old etcck, the ULsuii:ct;ng f.nbJio under the disguise of w Entire Stock I IN THE DIFFERENT DEPARTMENTS IS ALL FISH AND GENUINE. Aad our prices such (quality ef froeds considered) that willrotnmenl our pood, to the public eeery time. We are not goin? out of business b'U ibtenti ti retnain itfht wh-re we are, ke-p onr stores well Mocted with choice and neannb'e -i)d, crry on our cl'ftr'D? out s!e indefiuitely to ciske room for new coods that we ar daily roeivir. Rercernhjr that we have no old styles or dunked poods that we 'e nobipcllod lt murk d w u t dinpo. of the in but rtnvo mii extraordinary bariius that yru rannot afford to mli, Wn de not ad. verti.e tn sail at c'tt bat will not be or d:iraold by any othr hoiut. Conn' vlu h-t iu-' irtt by looking through our stock before purchasing. Resp'i'y, HOLDEN UR03. T DARCY &u 007 Havo mailo another tlejarture from their ttetial routine f business, and havo made arranpcTnents with tho celebrated Keteham I'arria.L' Factory at Romeo to handlo their goods. We hive noy on hand and fur pale er eral very elegant Top IJuzgioa of their manufacture, which for beauty ot finish and cheapness in price cannot l e beat in tho State of Michigan. All of thtir work U warranted. Those who want cheap priced bnggica corcv bined with durability, Darcy Si Co. can farnisii them. Coma nnd aeo iu anyway before purchasing. T. DAUCY A CO. m 5) fa Mr mi BMfif3 AS I1T- at EJew EI THE CITY 0PM HOUSE BLOCK ! (SOUTH POffiflT ffiKUHSOFi, INSURANCE COMPANY Apply to James Brown, Agent. .d aend off c hurt the h.aUe track asJ TtiE UONEY. more avaricious w.mM !e:re, but we espett dTniCfd or nn1eble g;ods to jalia tflr cn Clearing Out at Ckt. 9 s SIDE.) BUCClHIlKKAn.