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A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN.
Vol. V No. 2.
BROOKWAY CENTRE, St. Clair County, Mich., MAY 27, 1886.
Price, $1.00 a Year.
The Weekly Expositor.
A Red Hot, Aggressive arid Pro
gressive Journal for Livo,
FUBLISIIED ON THURSDAYS.
$1 a Year COo fob Six Months
30C FOB TlIBEE MOXTHS.
Jas. A. Menzies,
Editor & Proprietor,
Methodist Protestant Church.
Services alternately at 10:30 o'clock a. m.. and
7 p. m. liev MA LeBAKON. Pastor.
8unday School at 2 p. m. I. DRAKE,
Methodist Episcopal Church.
Services alternately at 10:T0 a. m. and 7 p. m.
Rev. HENRY KING. Pastor.
Sunday School at 8 p. m. C. COOPER.
Church of Christ at the A. C, Chapel.
Services at 11 a. m. Sabbath School at 3 p. m.
Grayer meeting every Thursday evening: 7:30.
CSurch t)t Christ Menerej's Comers.
Worship Lord's Day morning at 10:30, and
preachiuj; every ulteniate Sunday evening at 7
BUSINESS DIUECTOUY. "
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
Graduate of the Department of Medicine and
Surgery at Ann Arbor. Mich. Oflico upstairs in
the Chamberlain DlOck.
G. S. ITET,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
BnOCKWAY CEXTUK. MICH.
Office Hours, from 1 2 to 2:3 O each day.
Office on Main strt.
Dr. D. PATTERSON,
CAPAC. - - MICH.
Oflico Days, Tuesdays, and Saturdays.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
All rails promptly attended day or night Oftlce
at Mulloy's drug btore, !i Main St.
M IN DEN CITY.
B. XZ- DRA32B,
Oflico over Lamoii's Dank,
BROCKWAY CENTRE, MICH.
Local Aent for Conn. Mutual Life Ins. Co.
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
Rooms over Lamon's Bank,
DROCKWAV CENTRE. MICH.
W. W- CO WIXTG,
Attorney, Counselor, Solicitor and
Notary Public with Seal.
Office upstairs in the Chamberlain Block.
Brockway Centre, - Michigan.
sJ- B- JOITES,
For the Hartford Fire and Marine and other
companies. Insures against Fire, Lightning,
Cyclones and Windstorms, Brockway Centre.
L. II. HALE, Prop.
This house lift recently changed hands and
special pains will be takeu to please guests.
Tnos. Eapley, Pkoprietob.
A general invitation is extended to all to call
and see me when in town, Oood accommodations
for Commercial Travellers and Farmers. A
Choice Selection of Wines, Liquors and Cigars
always on hand.
PORT HURON, MICHIGAN.
Church &. Ballentine, Props.
Oood accommodations to the travelling public
at reasouable rates.
Life and rersonal Memories of Gen. Grant In
one volnme only One agent sold 43 first
day. 10,000 sold first week. A W.00 engraving
23x2S inches of all "Our Presidents" FREE to
each subscriber. Think of this! Some person
should send 60 cents for outfit aud engraving and
pecure this territory. Book now out-no waiting
for commissions. Address Elder Publishing Co.,
364 Wabash Ave., Chicago 111.
MONEY TO LOAN !
At Low Rate of IntereKt. Chas. K. Dobqb, No.
19 Steward Block, Port lluron. Mich
MONEY TO LOAN,
In large or small sum. Apply to
B.C. Farrand and W. L. Joules,
Port Huron, Michigan.
Miss DoKia King will commence a select school
at the M. E. Parsonage, Brockway Centre, the
first Monday in April, and respectfully solicits
the patronage of those having young children.
Terms, $1. OO p?r raonth.
MONEY TO LOAN
I1ROWX At MERRIMS
Real I jt ate and Insurance Agnncy.
Conveyancing done on short notice. Several
Good Farms for sain on good terms.
1,000 acres In Sanilac Co., at it per acre. A
aumber of good farms in St. Clair Co. for sale
Collections IVIaclo !
Brown's Block, Main-st.,
II rock way Centre, Michigan.
The POLICE GAZI'-TTE Willi mailed, secure
ly wrspix'd. to any .ldrcn In the United Maten
for three months on receipt of
LllHr.il discount allowed to postmasters,
agents an 1 clubs. Sample Copies mailed fn".
Ad'lre;- all orders to
RICHARD K. FOX.
l'UAMUl care. K. Y.
Brockway Centre Bank,
or ii. r. Noum & co.
Good Notes, Town and School Bonds bought at
best rates. Certificates of Deposit Issued and
0 per cent. Interest allowed. All business trans'
acted by patrons of this Bank will be held strict
We have a large amount of
MONEY 10 LOAN ON HEAL ESTATE,
And will loan at lower rates than can be pro
cured eisewnere. uau ana Bee us.
E. D. A. TRUE
G. A. TRUE,
BREEDERS OF RECORDED
POLAND CHINA PIGS,
One mile northwest of the village.
We have a Fine Lot of Spring Pigs For Sale.
Splendid weather now-a-days.
Monday was Queen Victoria's CTth
Delos Zavitz is assisting in the post
oilice store this week.
ltobt 11. Menerey visited friends in
Deekerville over Sunday.
Hani mocks, base balls and bats at
the Expositor IJookstore.
Strawberries are on the market in
this place at 13 cents per quart.
Just received a car load of lime by
John Saunders, Brockway Centre.
Those whose subscriptions are due
will please bear in mind we are in need
II. J. White brought to this oilice last
week a double apple blossom. They
ire a rarety.
Geo. Cough is able to be around again
after his recent illness which we are
pleased to note.
Ilemember and go and see "the Afflict
ed Family" at the Central Hall this
Those who would like to purchase
village lots call at the Expositor oilice.
We have some bargains.
The farmers are busy washing and
shearing their sheep. When you sell
your wool don't forget the printer.
Remember there will be a good time
at Michaels' ball to-morrow (Friday)
evening to which he invites you all.
An open air meeting was held on
Duffle's corners Sunday afternoon at
five o'clock, by the Free Methodists.
Rollins & Ilisey have the foundation
laid for their brick building and the
masons are now busy at the brick work.
Hiram Manning's children have been
very sick with the malarial fever. There
is considerable sickness about town at
Memorial services will be held in the
M. E. church in this village Sunday
evening, May U0. Rev. II. King will
deliver the discourse.
The Exchange hotel has been sold by
John S. Ash to a Mr. Emery from Peck.
Mr. Ash gets an hO-acre farm in part
payment. Almont Herald.
The board of review finished their
work of reviewing the tax roll last Sat
urday. They made a few changes but
the most of the assessments wero about
That bright little weekly, the Brock
way Centre Expositou, is four year old
and holds its own and better with vigor.
Ilro. Menzies makes a good local paper.
Fort Huron Tribune.
Brockway Centre Tent, Xo. 80, K. O.
T. M. Sir Knights take notice that our
tent will hold a review in their hall
Tuesday evening, June 15, 1880, at 8
o'clock p. m. sharp. C. S. Gilbert, II. K.
Capt. John Cotton will give a grand
opening ball at the Brockway House,
Old Brockway, on Tuesday evening,
June 15, 18S0 to which he invites all his
friends. As the Capt is a good fellow a
good time may be looked for.
s the Fourth of July is very near
here, it is time to begin to talk whether
we will have a celebration or not. We
think it would be better to have a cele
bration here at home than for the peo
ple to go away somewhere to have a
good time that day.
The first annual exhibition of the
Detroit Museum of Art opens on Sat
urday, May 2ith, and continues . two
weeks. It will be in Merrill Hall, corn
er of Jefferson and Woodward avenues,
Detroit, and will be open daily from D
a.m. till 10 p. m. Tickets, 25 cents;
full catalogues, It) cents. Further par
ticulars -will be found In the Detroit
daily newspapers from day to day.
"An old face in a new place", is the
heading of a new advertisement. The
old face is our friend Ceo. H. Mustard,
well and favorable known in these
parts, having carried on business in
this- village for many years and has the
respect and esteem of every one who
was acquainted with him. The new
pi ilea is the large dry good 4 store of W.
F. Ilali & Co., Port Huron, where they
keep everything in their line. Cull and
.se iV.rv.z when in Port Huron and you
will liiul tlicm nicely located opposite
the D'A'l s'ore.
Remember the drama to-night.
Mrs. Alex. Braidwood has been visit
ing her parents at Almont the past
Reserved seats for the Drama to
night may be found on sale at llolden
One of the disciples of Vulcan in this
place made a Hying visit to Strathville
The Expositor Bookstore is the
place to buy your school books and
Elder R. B. Brown will preach at
Algonac every alternate Sunday. May
ho succeed in doing lots of good.
Frank Gillam wishes to inform the
party who has his hand-cuffs if they
are not returned at once he will expose
Mr. and Mrs. Bearss, of Canada, are
visiting with their son and daughter,
Mahlon Bearss and Mrs. Wm. R. Scott,
The M. E.Sunday School contemplate
having a pic-nic and excursion to some
pleasant place along St. Clair river the
last week in June. "
James Brown and Wm H. Palmer,
returned from Detroit yesterday, hav
ing received a contract to purchase
wool in this locality.
John Sexton and Miss Stilla were
married on Tuesday this week. We
wish the happy couple all prosperity
possible during their wedded life.
This week bills will be printed an
nouncing the date and substance of the
temperance cantata to be given in the
Central Hall for the benefit of the M.
E. S. S. All should attend.
Mr. and Mrs. George Smith, of Ber-
ville, spent Saturday and Sunday with
Rev. L. Clark and family. Mrs. Eva
Jones, of Romeo, who has been visiting
here returned homo last week.
Tho special school meeting held last
Saturday evening was quite well at
tended by our citizens and the matter
of a new school site and a high school
building was discussed. We trust this
matter will not be let drop.
C. Andreae & Sons have commenced
operations in tho woolen mills for this
season. They are prepared to buy all
the wool that is brought to them, pay
ing the highest market price for the
same." Bring along your wool.
Cobb & Comstock the wide-awake
agricultural implement firm of Port
Huron and Brockway Centre have a
change of 'idv. in this issue. Be sure
you read it. They are doing an exten
sive business in these parts at present.
The Richmond Driving Park Associa
tion have decided to hold races on their
grounds at that place 'July 3rd. The
purses are s:40 class, siou; special
race, 875; free-for-all, S125, divided into
three prizes in each class. Entries close
at 9 p. m. July 2d.
Last Friday afternoon we attended
the exercises at the school house and
were well pleased with the recitations,
dialogues, readings, vocal music and
the last but not the least the lecture by
the principal, E. F. Law, on tho pro
perties and uses of the magnet which ,
was very interesting indeed.
WCnted 500 visitors at the Jones
farm next Sunday. Come prepared to
stay all day. By order of Dr. II.
For Salk The undersigned offers
his farm in Lynn of 80 acres and also
house and two lots in Brockway Centre
for sale cheap. Andrew Kelley.
apply to Brown & Merrill.
For Sale The store and dwelling
ofM. T. Grandy situated on Main-st.
opposite Brockway Centre Bank. Must
be sold before .July. Also the two ad
joining stores. For further particulars
apply on premises. u2ti M. T. G randy.
Avctiox Sale Geo. W. Bell, auc
tioneer, will sell by public auction for
the undersigned at her residence one-
half mile south of Peck, on Friday,
May 28, a lot of horses, cattle, sheep,
farm implements, etc. Sarah Emery.
Staved, Ilia I -lie.
Mr. 1). I. Wilcoxson, of Horse Cave.
Ky., says he was, for many years, badly
afflicted with Phthisic, also Diabetes:
the pains are almost unendurable and
would sometimes almost throw him in
to convulsions. He tried Electric Bit
ters and got relief from first bottle and
after taking six bottles, was entirely
cured, mid had gained in llesh eighteen
pounds, says lie positively believes he
would have died, had it not been for
tho relief alTorded by Electric Bitters.
Sold at 50 cents a bottle by C. A. Wells
Notice is hereby given that sealed
proposals will be received by the under
signed commissioner of highways of
the Township of Brockway, at my
house, on section 28, in said township,
until the Itthday of June, A. D. 18S0, at
2 o'clock p. m., for furnishing all neces
sary materials and performing the fol
lowing work to wit: Abutments and
approaches to said abutments to be
built on esieh side of Mill Creek on sec.
line running east and west between
sections Xo. seven (7) and eighteen (18),
Township of Brockway, St. Clair Co.,
Michigan, known as the Holcomb
bridge; also abutments and approaches
to said abutments to be built on each
side of Mill Creek on sec. line running
east and west between sections Xo. 23
and 2, in the Township of Brockway,
St. Clair Co., Michigan, known as the
Merrill bridge, according to the plans
and specifications thereof now in my
house, on said sec. 28, in said township
and which will be open for inspection
until the time above mentioned; on
which day at the place aforesaid I will
contract therefore with the lowest bid
der giving good and suflicent security
for the performance of said work; re
serving the right to reject one or all
bids. Dated May 25th, 188(5. 2w2
Jameh Xewkm,. Commissioner of
Highways for the Township of Brockr
THE EMMET TAIE.
A Fair Attendance Good Display of
Machinery and Farm Implements
Emmet, May 21. The second annual
spring fair or the Lmmet District Ag
ncultural Society was held here Wed'
nesdav and Thursday.
The exhibition was made up almost
entirely of farm machinery, horses aud
Cobb & Comstock, of Port Huron,
made a fine showing and had on the
ground, one Buckeye binder, one btand
ard mower, hay rake, broadcast seeder,
sickle grinder, potato digger, scrapers,
horse hoes, etc. This firm's exhibit
was very large aud they sold a number
of binders on tne ground.
Tt.iiril llmiolxia nf tliia nnno o-rliiluf.
ed a Champion binder, a Champion
light reaper, Champion front cut mow
er, a Champion rear cut mower, . one
Clinner mower, one Warrior mower.
and a large line of agricultural imple
ments. The Champion binders and
mowers were presided over by (Jeneral
A cent J. II. MeLane. who showed the
workings of the machines up in good
shape, Several of these machines were
sold during the fair.
Jas. Cotrley. the president of the fair.
had on the ground a largo line of car
riages and wagons, of his own manu
facture, together with tue usoorne
mower and reaper and numerous other
articles usually kept on a farm.
S. B. Coddington, or capac, exhibited
the Esterly binder, besides other agri
In horses and cattle mere were a nne
The following is tne premium list in
General purpose, four year LohK stal
lions Ed. G earns, 1st; C. S. King, 2nd;
Duncan McKenzie, 3rd.
Three year old team m Dawson,
Brood mare and colt D. Dysenger,
1st; Patrick Byrne, 2nd; Ed. G earns, 3rd.
Heavy dratt stallion, lour years old
and over Byrne & Foley.lst; John
Ella, 2nd; 1). Dysenger, 6ixl.
Two year old stallion l). Dysenger,
Mare with colt Dan l oley, 1st; D.
Four year old m lute, 1st; M. V.
Roadster and carriage, three years
old and over Frank Douglas, 1st.
Two year old stallion m .Lewis,
Three year old roadster Jas O Mara,
1st. This animal was very handsome.
Three year old lilly carnage Patrick
Cogley, 1st; and two years old, Patrick
Carriage team u. . uen, 1st; jas.
Sinirie Carriage u . u Mianauan.ist:
Thos. Stevenson, 2nd.
Short Horn bulls D. Foley, 1st; two
year old, Lobin Hawse, 1st; one year
old, James Cogley.
fchort horn cow LiObin Hawse, 1st.
Short hoVn heifer Lobin Hawse, 1st.
llolstein bull calf E. K. Sanderson,
1st and 2nd.
Jersey bull, three years old A. 0.
Best nulcii cow . ii. uutier, 1st;
Jas Cogley, 2nd.
Farm wagon, 2 horse Jas. Cogley,
Open buggy, one horse Jas. Cogley,
1st, 2nd, and 3rd.
Open two horse buggy Jas. Cogley,
Walking plow Jas. Cogley. 1st: Clegg
& Son, 2nd: D. II. Elmer, 3rd. 1
Riding plow D. II. AlcGuire, 1st.
Iron Harrow Jas. Cogley, 1st.
Sulky Plow-D. II. McGuire, 1st. 2nd
Walking cultivator D. II. McGuire.
1st; D. Donahue, 2nd.
thresher and traction engine Ad-
vauce, Battle Creek, 1st.
Iron land roller jas. Cogley, 1st.
Seeder Jas. Cogley. lsi; Cobb &
Self dump rake Cobb iv Comstock,
1st; D. Donahue, 2nd; Thos. Dove, 3rd.
On mowers no premiums were award
Shovel plow Jas Cogley, 1st.
Three horse cultivator Cobb & Corn
stock, 1st; A. I). Coddington, 2d and 3d.
Steel scraper Cobb & Comstock, 1st
Sickle griuder Cobb & Comstock, 1st.
Potato digger Cobb & Comstock, 2d.
Top buggies James Cogley, 1st; W.
II. Harris, 2nd and 3rd.
Bed( spring Meltzer Sheppard, 1st;
Ira Grant, 2nd.
Fly nets John Linklater, 1st.
Rail fence David Orser.lst.
Sewing machine 1). Donahue, 1st.
Deleware creamery, churn and pump
D. Donahue, 1st.
Flour W. H. Ballentine, Brockway,
Iii the evening an entertainment was
given in exhibition hall, in which the
Clay family, of Port Huron, Miss Cog
ley, of Emmet, T. A. 1 ean, of Brockway,
aud Mr. Warren, of Emmet, took part.
A dance was also given at the Emmet
Children will refuse bad tasting
cough medicine but they will all be
willing to take Dr. Jackson's syrup of
lungwort and wild cherry whenever
offered. It is as pleasant as maple
syrup and will reach a bad cough and
cure the whooping cough much quicker
than any other preparation of the kind.
For sale by W. X. McKenna, Brockway
Centre, and M. Magner, Brockway.
Worse than Heathen.
Are those parents who allow their
children to suffer with worms when 25
cents will buy a box of Parmelee's San
tonine Worm Candies which will im
mediately cure the child and remove
the worms by dissolving them. Do you
know the symptoms V Peevishness, sud
den starting in sleep, bad breath, great
desire for food day and night. Be wise
and leave nothing to regret. Price 25c
per box. Sold by C. A. Wells & Co.
W. W. Reed, dniggist of Winchester,
lud., writes: "One of my customers,
Mrs. Louisa Pike, Bartonia, Randolph,
Co., Ind., was a long sufferer with Con
sumption, and was given up to die by
heF physicians. She heard of Dr. King s
Xew Discovery for Consumption, and
began buying it of me. In six months
time she walked to this city, a distance
of six miles, and is now so much im
proved she has quit using it. She feels
she owes her life to it." Freo trial bot
tles at C. A. Wells tS; Co's Drug Store.
A new Remington Sewing machine
for sale cheap at tho Expositor Book
store. Call and see it.
Dr. Jackson's penetrating liniment
cures sprains, bruises, kicks, cuts, bums,
rheumatism etc. etc. Good for man or
beast. For sale by W. X. McKenna
Itch, of every kind cured in 30 min
utes by Woolford's Sanitary Lotion.
Use no other. This never fails. Sold
by Chas A. Wells & Co. Druggists,
Brockway Centre, Midi.
Ilucklen'a Arnica Halve.
The best salve in the world for cuts.
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains.
corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no pay required.
It is guaranteed to give perfect satis
faction, or money refunded. Price 25
cents per box. For sale by C. A. W ells
Drive Dull care Away.
Be cheerful, be pleasant, bo happy, bo
healthy. Health is wealth. Use Par-
melee s Blood runner, it acts upon the
Liver and Kidneys, it regulates the
bowels and purifies the blood, it acts
upon the digestion, it carries off the old
blood and makes new, and is acquiring
a great reputation for the cure of
Scrofulous Affection, Boils, I'imples,
Ulcers, and all Skin Diseases. $l.ouper
bottle. Sold by 0. A. Wells & Co.
Village Lots For Salo !
Three valuable lots in the Chamber
lain Plat to tho Village of Brockway
Centre for sale cheap. Title clear.
Terms easy. For further particulars
and terms apply at
The Expositor Office.
Two lots on Kcnnific st containing
three-fifths of an acre, described as lot
one and two of Menerey's addition to
the Village of Brockway Centre. For
further Information and terms apply
at Tin: Expositor Office.
V. & E. O'Leary, of Brockway wish
to extend a cordial invitation, to all,
who wish to save money, in buying
their Summer dress goods, to call early
and secure bargains in Lawns, Ging
hams, Satins, Seersuckers, Buntings,
Coburgs, Canvas Cloths and White
Goods, also, a full line of Groceries,
Boots & Shoes, Wall Paper, shades, etc.
Ladies and Misses Sun Hats, Curtain
Lace and Embroideries, with a few
drives in Clothing that will sell at
Thanking all for past favors and
hoiing to merit a continuance of the
same. A. & E. O'Leary.
EGGS FOR HATCHING
IT r Mil Piip. Rnownmh WVilf J
Leghorns at 60 centa for 13.
l ueittt iowis present a nne ap
pearance, their snow white
plumage contraatinR beautifully with their large
red rose combs and bright yullow lejfs, are very
lively, non-nettors and great layers. Also will
Hell eggs from tine single comb Brown Leghorns
at same price. Farmers secure a (lock of these
when you can get the eggs so cheap. Two set
tings or more shipped to any address on receipt
of price. Robt. B. Brown, Brockway Centre.
We want every Lady in this section
to call at our store and see tho
great variety of
Fancy Goods & Millinery
that wo bavo brought on this sea
son. Remember we promiso to sell
any article in our line at Port Huron
or Detroit prices or lower. Wo are
able and will do so.
If you want old styles or shoddy
goods don't como for we have, none,
but will sell
nm shush coons i
Just as Cheap.
CALL AND SEE.
MISS C. BOICE,
Brockway Centre, Mich.
MISTAKEN IDEA !
that you can better your condi
tion by going to Port Huron or any
other place to purchase your
Millinery or Dress uoods
where big rents, big taxes and lots
of style have to be kept up at tho
expense of the purchaser in every
case. But there is no mistako in the
statement that I have as nicoastock
of Ladies Wear in Hats, Bonnets
and Trimmings as can bo found any
where this side of Detroit, and as tor
prices, well, I simply don't proposo
to take a back seat for any one in
town or city. My thanks aro here
by tendered the ladies in this vicini
ty for their kind attendance and
liberal purchases made at tho recent
opening days, and -since at my estab
lishment, and I feci encouraged more
than ever to put forth every effort
in my power to meet the demands
f f V? 1 . . . . 1
or lasnion ana lasie in every uepan
ment of tho millinery and dress
making business. Call and see mo
at Grandy's old stand this week;
next week will be in rooms adjoin
ing 00c store.
' KITTIK A. CAHHOLL.
DO YOU WAIT 1
Th.on Drop izrboilio
One-Price OBofliiog House !
BROCKWAY CENTRE, MICWGMI,
THE LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK OF HATS.
Ever Shown in. Brockway Centre.
Come and 6eo tho new plaids and checks for men, boys and children
Don't fail to call on us when you want
CLOTHING, BOOTS OR SHOES.
DOTY & KEELER.
STi..-. : :(,'. ',:. .
W H WEAR 86 CO'S,
Where you can get an assortment of over
50 DIFFERENT PATTERNS,
AT DETROIT PRICES.
We have All tho Different Styles that are Manufactured. Call in and
examine them. Tours,
AM OLD FACE IH A MEW PLACE.
GEO. LT. MUSTARD, formerly 'ot Brockway Centre, Mich.,
having located with
Wo Fo HAIX &
lEOIEST 2Hn"CTIE30IbT, MICH.,
would respectfully say to all old friends and customers that W. F. Hall it
n . i t a1 a . i i.
k,o. nave ono oi
Spring: TXTra.ps, D3tc,
in the City and for the XTezrb SO ZDaya propose to givo special
prices in all lines Now is the time to get Dry Goods Cheap. Will send
samples and prices at any time. Would bo pleased to see any or all of my
old friends when in the city. GEO. H. MUSTARD, with
Opposite 99ct. Store. W. F. HALL & CO., Port Huron.
Here's to Brockways leading store
Where you can get your money's
worth and more.
In comparing goods you can see we
have the best,
And in men's and boys suits we can
fit you out with coat, pants and
Overcoats to match that wo will sell
Something that will wear, and
always look neat.
All kinds of dry goods kept con
stantly on hand, .
And prices are away. down to hard
A lot of ladies shoes at fifty and
That aro made of cloth,
And a lino of broken suits we'll sell
Boots and shoes, Hats and Caps,
Fatent medicines, Hardware and all
Groceries A No. 1 and of all kinds,
Is kept by the genial proprietor,
W. H. BALLENTINE,
Drocluvay, . Mich.
VJ - TI. WBilXl c CO.
mc nnesi siocks oi
I have just received a full line of
Trunks and Valises which I will sell
cheap for cash. Also all kinds of
summer goods and a full stock of
pvrrvl hi n rr in mv linn (l'n mn
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