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AiliUVAL OP FALL AND WINTER 'GOODS !
W. 11. B ALLEHTINE!"B ROCK WAY, MICH.
Kxpoct vo.ir patronage and oner you Unreins in Dry (Win of all kinds.
(roci ios irood to eat. Boots and Shoos malo to last, Ilaln and
Caps, Toothing for Males that will statu) hard wear, and
Hardware that v not to lu worn in winter.
AWAY 3D O W XT T
And an effort will he made to please and satisfy you. You are expected.
I'vtr at tbc (..i't, we aim t be, with prlia the 1wmi wu er did sa;
New tfo .U mul ne Ntvli, th best r vault kind, cu--.i, tlatr J d, ia our stock are
(Joed values you'll Had, at W. II. I! illentinVi
Farmers examine this Harrow before purchasing any other. The best
Harrow in the world for the following reasons: 1. It is the strongest of
the same weight. "J. It is the lightest draught 3. It has steel teeth in
stead of iron. 4. The teeth are driven through a malleable clip fastened
around the bull, thereby strengthening the bar at the same time.
No holes punched through tho bars to weaken them. No nuts to rattle
loose. No shoulders on tho teeth to weaken them as in the old iron har
row, thereby making the
STRONGEST, LIGHTEST, MOST DURABLE & CHEAPEST
Harrow on the market. The teeth can bo sharpened tor one half the price
of nut teeth and being of steel will last much longer. We make two sizes
45 and 00 tooth. Manufactured and for sale by
where also will be found the best Broadcast Seeders, Cultivators, Land
Rollers, Steel and Cast Plows, for sale cheap. Come and see our stock or
wrhe for prices. J5?"Samples of Harrow may be seen at Harris' carriage
To the front with n Full Ln Ot CUIRIAGE3
and WAGONS i T every 6yle and finiih. BUG
GIES and WAGONS eonstantly on hand. Time
Spring and Platform Carriages, Top aud Open
Busies of every riociiptioa and style, all hand
made. Farmer and patrons pla8 give me a
eU before purehardnK e1ewh re. Iam aura it
will bo to your t'l'iRfuc'i'.n and aa all my work
warrflbtKl in eiry particular yon baee no
k to run voursflvin. 1 do jut what I adver
tise every time. It 'puirinff, I'Riniinc and horse
shoeing promptly attended to. Thanking the.
publio for pust pnt'onagt! I would solicit a con
tlfiUiince ot the
WM. 22. 1IAHHIS,
PALL FLOWIKTG I
We are still at the Front with tho
BEST FARMING TOOLSIN THE WORLD.
The Celebrated Wrought Beam Steel Mould-board Combination Plow.
Also Gale, Syracuse and all the Leading Plows.
ACME, SPnINd-TOOTH AND IRON HARROWS.
LAND ROLLERS, .
Cutting Boxes, Feed Grinders, in fact anything you want.
SPECIAL PRICES. ON WAGONS.
Oobb & Comstoc, Pt. Huron & Brockway Otr.
GEO. W. BELL, Agent.
TAKES THE LEAD !
The'Mot Stylish, Finest Fitting and Best Made Suits and Overcoats in
the City at tho
A call will convince you. Latest Novelties in Men's Furnishings.
Jas. H, Norris, Merchant Tailor & Gents' Furnisher,
Next to Postoflice. Port Huron, Mich.
Commences to-day, to be sold at ost and
under until the entire stock is disposed of
MARK T- GRANDY.
Tnives Toiiunit, never cure hut
int.. J. A.MIi:iOtAV, f 251 Hroadway. New Yo-k, w. known throughout hU
cnnixn umJ 'he Kt Indui, throui(h hia anecfvfnt method ot carintr rapture, 1-4 KOif Iii
DITmiT, and rnn b consulted daily at taia office, 35 Cooirreaa Bu W., elt Blk , Rvm 47.
I" hia trrftment there ia no operation, da rea'Hetion from tnbnr, but aafty tod restora
tion (rr.cn a.'! Me ailnaent caused by tapiure aud the use of tranrs. Pe'sona! attendance
fir. t-liernnn'a pnrrphlrf, containing Indorsements from physicians, elergrmen, mer
r haute, (.-rrt .ra end others who hare been eared, ia mailed for 10 ets. Renumber, now la
the in , dJi'5 fro d.irvrcra,
.mm 1 I J
store, low price: tbeir rule, how could yon
IRON HARROW I
subject tne wearer to Straujclated '
Rerjort of Vallev Centre school
for the month ending Dec. 24, 1885.
dumber of days taught 1 ; .u:u
ber of pupils enrolled 70; averao
daily attendance 51; number of vis
its from parents 4; number of visit
by district board 0000.
Tho pupils whoso names appear
below have excelled m their studies
during tho just month and have
passed creditable examinations:
Anna Callahan 97; Cora Bullock OS;
Alvin Doughtier 07; Richard Tobin
88; Jennie McLeod 97; Lizzie Earls
97; John Callahan 89; Julia Lentia
ban 00; Mary Tobin 02; Christie
McLeod 00; Nettie McLeod 05; Susie
Boughner 07; Katie Makelim 91;
John McPhail 85; Bcllo Boughner
05; Nellie Tobin 85; Daniel Cronin
87; Klgar Makelim 87; John Cronin
85; Kdward Benjamin 88; James
EarU85; Willie Cronin 01; Joseph
Lennahan 01; Chas Beckett 90.
L. II. Howsk, Teacher.
Physical Evil of Tobacco.
Tobacco contains an essential oil,
and nicotine, both of which are high
Tobacco, when first smoked, chew
ed, or snuffed, deranges the whole
Tobacco by perverting the nour
ishment saliva, prevents the due
elaboration of chyle and blood.
Tobacco exerts a special influence
on the brain and nervous system
Tobacco, by weakening the nerves,
produces morbid excitability ana
Tobacco impairs the senses of
smelling and tasting, and often of
hearing and seeing.
Tobacco seriously affects the ac
tion of the heart and circulation of
Tobacco mars beauty.destroys the
complexion, and impairs tne bril
liancy of the eyes.
Tobacco smoke in confined rooms
is verv iniurious to sickly women
tf w -
Tobacco consumers are moro lia
ble to disease than if tliev were in
a natural condition.
Tobacc weakens the constitution
and renders recovery from bickness
a irreater dituculty.
Tobacco in a known cause of enfee
blement to the posterity of its con
A bov with a clear or a quid of
tobacco in his mouth will not be very
canicular about his companions. In
fact, he will hardly be tolerated in
cood company, lie will naturally
be drawn to the place where the idle
and dissipated resort.
Such is the b'story, not of all to
bacco users, but of thousands.- Dr.
R. II. Donald.
Lippiocott's Monthly Magazine.
Tba January cumber of Lipplocott'a
Monthly Matrazme api-eara in an eatirel? ne
drea. A haudnoaie covr baa tWo dtsieoed
I t it hy Mr. George Fletcher Bahb, mlost-
hne parchoirut-like aurUee, printed lu red
a d black, present a eery attractiee appear
rnce. The typography la alio entirely re
inodelled. tba double columna barebeeb dne
away with, and large, clear bold-face type ia
One of the nott noticeable articles li con
trihuted by Gail llmilion. who criticiaei
Civil 8rvice Reform wiih her usual wit,
tgor. and pungt-ucy. Ur prominent poai
tion as a political writer will attract groeral
atieolicu 10 the article. It ia announced that
mii itnawer from the pen of IIoo. Dirtnan B
tiD will appear tu rebruary. Auotbrr tta
ture of thia nnnjbrr ia a collection ot critiriama
be Grga Eiiot, upon Dickens, Carlyle,
KiiiLaley, Browning, and otbi-rt, ot her reat
couteiiiporariea, uewly reauacitatea Irom tne
pagreor tne W eatunolafer Ueview. inet
rniciaina have ner-r beture beeo Identiutd a-
bera. I wo cever riaU am bfguo,"A Btub
ur a Blunder, by VV, L. Norn, who standi'
u the front rank of modern JCug.'iah noeeliatf,
md "Taken by oiege," an anonymous noyri
a writer whose every touch reveals an lull-
ma e acquaiutaticfl with New York dramatic
aud journalistic life. The first instalment of
be latur tak.s the reader nrr-t to tne tm
a great metroptditan daily, and next to the
Ww York Aeaiteniy of Muaic while a rehear
sal fur the ballet is in pn grts, giving many
curioua revelationa t f life bthind tha ceuea
in both places. Grant Allen, the well-knowc
evolutioniat. dicmaea, in a humorous and
chatty style, the oueeti u of tba origin of
Gray Wethers," or Druiil Stone. Mary
Agu.s Tincktir contributes a weird stor.
u titled Palii'geDrai," Brand r Ma'thewr
goaaipa about the Future Literary Cpuai
r tb United StatM, and there sre poems hy
Philtp Bourke Wariloo, Louisa ("handler
A Perfect Lady.
"I see, remarked Ebenezer Jones
to Zebedee Smith, "that the Popu
lar Science Monthly, speaking of a
perfect figure for a lady, says that
she should be five feet five inches
tall, thirty-one inches about the
bust, twenty-six and one-half about
waist,thirty-live over the hips,eleven
and one half inches around the ball
of the arm and six and one-half
inches around the wrist."
"Is that all the figures it gives?"
"It has missed the most important
figure of all of them."
"What is that?"
"About $500,000 in her own
Never tstve Up.
If yoa are suffering with low and depressed
spirits, Joas of appetite, general debility, die
orded blood, weak constitution, headache or
any disease or a bilious nature, by all means
Crocure a bottle of Etectrlo Bittern. You will
a aurpriaed to see the rauid improvement
that will follow; yon will be inspired with
new life: strength and activity will return;
pain aod misery will case, and henceforth
yoa will rejoice in the praise of electric Bir.
tera. Sold at fifty cenu a bottle by C. A.
Wells & Co.
When too visit or leave New York City
save Baggage Eipreasage and Carriage Hire
and stop at the Grand Union Hotel opposite
Qraod Central Depot. Elegant rooms fitted
np at a covt of one million dollars, red need to
$1 snd upwards per day. European plan.
r.levatnr. Kestsurant aupphed with the beat,
florae ears, ateges and elevated railroad to all
depots. Families ran lien better for less
money at the Grand Union Hotel thaa at any
Other first-class hotel Inthe city.
as i m i S i
Jon Wokk We are prepared to do
all kinds of job work at this office on
short notice. Havimr just nut In a
largo supply of material, we can furn
ish you anything you want. Especial
attention given to orders by mail or
A Card to the Ladies.
A lade who entT-red (or yearn, and whrt waa
treated by th m t uoid phyxiciaoa to Amer
ica without relief, waa given ar-tmple rrratdy
by a Iltmtiau nnrae whir?h p-rru mently re
Mornt hrr to Htlh T ai l her aex.aha now
. iTrn r nd rM Ke rrii'-. wih fail lu
. rti''tina ii aMKHirf !!" vinralf,
l liome. without fxpfuwe. If Vu fi' an U r
it i with any form of female dl--ti", do nor
tir"W wy lima and money on d rra and
imiriit uifdieinr-a, but Inclose me a run;ed
fcieflopa (addresaed to you r-1 I.h I r-firf
i Tr" oner. Addrra, M K ('LaKA It.
WtJUiHT 7U E C K- Sitrl. Biitflr., N. V.
. ESTP AY. NUTK'K.
C.ime to tlie enclosurn of Hie under
signi'd on or about July 2'li, 16M..oio
two-year-old white steer, with red earn,
noxH and feet. Tho owner will pleasn
call, prove property, pay chaise and
S 1-2 of n e 1 4. kc. 5. Greenwood.
lluckleu'a Arnica Salve.
Tha beat aalve in the world t'r iviia. bru'ea
aorva. ulcera, aalt rbeuui. (Vvt-r tttnr, tettr-r,
chapped lianda, chilhlaiua, corua, und a!l
akin erufdiona, and poMtivljr etir-a j.ilea. or
no ay rr-quired. It la ftnarantr-erl lo
iifrlirl aiitf'tioti, or monf refunu-d,
Pruie So et-ntri per box. For aale bf C. A.
WfHa & Co
Yho inoJt p'n'mr .loumtl lo-ol to IlBrticuItiir o, I'leri
culturo, Arnoultara, njMn(!rliHih)Kts H-ij lr Chat.
W. Gr.'icU1, Htr'j ft lb. Airfkan. P- Rwifir, nJ
fn'f ( lha ilklilf-an Mil. Kurtliulturtl So..i.tr. Airivd:' lu
rontrlbutort are oni if th nMj.it rllfti, lu tlm cil' nU. 1 la
brltfiit, cleaii, interctlu(- nni inalrurtiva Journal, J
no (wnoo InWrnttd in th. Ourden, Orchard, S'lOXer lied or
Turn, ma allord to bo without It. frk-o, t '..00 ytr j,tr (pv-u
paid). Discount to Clubs. Sampl eoplw, 10c, wbl-.b can b. il.
ducted frura aubtcriplloa when asnt la. C7'-?'ata witutcd.
Ai '.rvu, xr, n. eukb runusinNo CO.
ttcchaaica' Dlock. Eotroit. Kloh.
ew Fall & Winter Goods !
While thanking my many customers who have visited my store for
the last year, I will take this opportunity to say I intend to
have this coming Fall a Larger and Better Assortment than
1 have had before, all ol which I purpose to sell
itrictly for Cash S
and give you the best value for your money. Everything as
Represented. Boots & Shoes made a Specialty. Highest
Price allowed for Butter and Eggs.
J. D. McICEITH, - SPEAKER, MICH.
7e carry the
complete line of
tre or yicinity. We have constantly
on hand all books
trict schools in surrounding: (owns.
Your attention is
largs stock of Photograph, Auto
graph and Scrap
Boxes, Wall Pockets, Books and
Stationery of all kinds, which we sell
at bottom prices.
JAS. A. MENZIES, Proprietor,
BROCKWAY CENTRE, MICH.
With his usual enterprise is prepared
Silk Plushes in different shades, Suitings and Flannels in all tho newest
designs, and also a large variety of velveteen, and endless
Tanety of Blanket Shawlcs
AO CHEAP AG THE CHEAPEST !
Come in and trj a pair of our warranted shoos. We havn a laro-a
ctock of men's women's articj and rubbers.
a iwwuu ' ma
(;: i-:A GZi. Illor., lT. '
s;:ying" Agenls 'Vantei.
' - .1.. iiiii ffbfi imaHmnrjof i n n i
Coullo and CIj'.j -.lion)
'iv nn:.!i2;nTo:7 rr,r? !, niiead
f u.l ri-.n:j!o:iil.-.:x in v.-rl.' ; easily
it in socur from :vr'.: r; ; t 1 never
c. :1 j-rhnir;.
Wn ri-'tsjsir AT7rn":.vr vnr.
rriM to it: ':iii:m ih i -u ,...jv:sn
Fmul for Illuvtnitcd ( : ;.; . rr'.cc
LItd. Willi TcMir.iuaials.
EEMIKGT03 AG'Ii CO., :::c:i,i:.y.
Kw Yobk Om 11S Cli.lia!'t'H Slt-oi J.
largest and most
School Boohs and
in Brockway Cen
used in the dis
also called to our
Paper in Fancy
to show the People of Brockway
FOR IS DAYS.
To tho Public:
We k:v now fully ohiblishpd in
our n. 'W quarters in th" si ore form
erly occupn'tl by UnM.-ii Bros., and
in oruVr to LVdr.ce SI ;!:. and make
room for New Good, wo will sell at
Cost during tho next Fit teen days.
Goods well bought are half sold.
Paying cash for our good, and hav
ing friends of experience to assist us,
nur facilities far purchasing Cheap
We can and will sell goods a
Cheap as they can bu bought in
Port Huron.' Give us u call.
D. Drake & Co.
White Bronze Monuments.
They are practicably indestructible.
Age wil not impair their beauty.
All letters are raised and cannot be
broken or chipped on.
The work is artistic.
Many of tho designs w hich are inde
structible in Ilronzo would Iih so fra
gile in tone as to scarcely withstand
a single seasons exposuiv.
The designs aro far ir::n elaborate
than can be produced i a stone at
double the cost. .
They will never rust or become
They are better in every respect than
marble, granite or yellow lironzf.
Thousands of purchas'T.t corroborate
There is but one grade -Tin: 15 est.
These goods can bu spen at the office
of the (ien'l Agt. for tho Detroit
Bronze Co., located with W. U. Mul-
ford & Son, Military-st., opposite
Opera ilouse, Port Huron Mich.
P. II. Kkai'se, (Sen. Agt.
Agents wanted. Mention this paper
Life and Personal Memories of (Jen Grant In
one volnme only f 1.73. One asent c,l 41 first
day. 10.000 sold first week. A 4.00 enirravlnj;
2ix2S Jnchfa of all -Our Presidents" HtKE to
each Mii)scrilr. Think of thin! Some peraon
should send 50 cent for outfit nnJ engraving and
aeoure thin territory. Book now nut no waiting
tor rotniiiiHHions. Address Elder PuliliNhin Co.,
364 Wabash Ave., Chicago 111.
Tho undersigned lias . opened a
restaurant in the old Ntand lately
vacated by C. A. Rich, and is pre
pared to furnise meals at all hours.
Hooms have been fitted up to ac
commodate a few boarders. The
tables will bo kept well provided
with tbe best the market affords,
lie would bo pleased to have our
friends give us a call when in town.
Village Lotc For Sale !
Three valuable lots In the Chamber
iaiu Plat to the Village of Hrockwny
Centre for sale cukap. Will sell one
ir nil. Title clear. Terras easy. For
further particulars and terras apply at
The Expositor Office.
TORT HURON, MICH.
The Best Equipped BusinessTrainingSchool
For a beautiful aneclmen of nanmanahln. or
funherlnformation.callat college offtce.Uraham
Block, or address J. tt. GOODIEU, Principal.
Oar readers fur 12o in pontajre stamps t
in for m dlinir and wrapping; and n-m-'two
lvok open ta. will receive FREE
trkl FiNisn Parlor Enqbavino m
HJR Pit ESI DEN I'd, IoHu'Iok CLEVK:
.AND, size 2ii2S in., worth $4 00.
A-Mrea.El.DSRPPB.ro.. CMfi.vn II
Plack In the We at to erf t a Dunl
nexa Education learn Shorthand
or Pppncerian Penmanship Is at
the Detroit Ruaixaas Umver-
b itt. Detroit Mich. Thla school compriaes the
Vtuiaamiin pijiui-ohhihin, criivci mil nmi
Mavhew Business coiietroa, all recently consoli
dated' The University has rooma in two build
inga. five departments and twelve professors.
Haa had 17.000 students since organized in is."0
and now haa an annual attendance of over coo.
Circulars (rtvinjr full Information mailed free.
Address. Dbtsoit BuaiNaa UarviRsiTr, Detroit
A new advertisement will appe in
this space next week for
Who has just opened out a
large new stock of
Boots and Shoes,
In the corner store of tho Duffie block
Brockway Centre, Mich.
Call In and look ovor
0 E tMiO
For Baking Purposes.
Best in the World
rOU Til 14
r Inclr.Jinir Tucker. Kiifflar,
f-' ijl?-Jy Imjk ol 4 lleniuiera. ami Bind-(-)
ttutS.i-i vr.aud b-uul iMitrti ortw.lva
mi. TiarrsBito i Man.
PnTlimn fvarn U'i m i! v i v ''lO. n'iid fuf
clrrMli.r ni O. A. WOOD A CO.,
tuaUiucnlals. It S. Tcnj Nk. PhU4' rav
KJ TU. looiiest nnd 'oat J
1 plerriaslr ln,lil.'VfA
" WillMlll' UlUll. t M.U iV. m'"
Bias ill rvara
lira .r ikouitf biv
Mot tTti. hy
rnn. i, for U5 cttnui lu
.V.1 "'"H wi'icr BiFi-i
. ar.;1 t.t our ru.ti'Miw o
aiaaina. or-ier caw
"y- i.ifi. novtinst. tie. 411ircNi
KKNIi:. AI-SOHl ii. CVa
AN 1 1
Stats Journal cf Agriculture.
Subscript inn prica $1.M per year with
"llonaehold" Snptdenurt, or
The Fiirmrr is pnM!nhed aa a business
imp r for th tarini-r o the i'tuto, and pays a
Ih-m attenMiiii mi Hie markfts for all kinds of
farm produce It will ay eeerv farmer wha
raiten iinvliintr to t i htea i r, weekly r
oorU. AtrnpiiittiMl, II-ir'ienMnral, Stack
RreerMrgr, Drtiryitii;, a'nl a'l o'her fopiej) per
aininif to th Urui, t-m "ri hsnl. or the gar
den, trc;il'd weeklv liyr till, prartie&l
wriiern. Th H 'if hold, nndf.r tha man
aj-mi-iit l Mr-. II I' .h.lnikinne, will ba as
enti'rfaiini; and ui.-fui fcs trer.
Seed U r airirneii e i-e. Ad Treaa,
JOHNATONR A (,1ft RON'S,
l'ul:iihfr, Detroit, Mich.
l THE UVK
KEEPS EVERYTHING IN IlIS LINE
cx-isiir5 ron cash.
Fresh and Salt Meats,
HAMS, SAUSAGES, Sec.
BROCKWAY CENTRE, MICH.
Cash, aid for XXideo.
Oysters and Game in Season.
For Hard TimeS;
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