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C. A,- Wells5 Piiarmacy.
A Fine Li.ic of the JJ tost Perfumes.
HQ All 1M7EIUAL TRCS3.
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for circular awl Jucstu.nk to lc Aniwcrol.
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Question sheets in reference to tho nbovo truss
may ba procured at my unit; store.
Iff Prescriptions carefully compounded day
W. A. McLKAV, V. 8., Graduate, ol Ontario
Veterinary Cmlcj'u ol loronto. iiluo at v. A.
Wells' drug store.
Fesin:iikr Fur: Paints
Prewired in white and a handsome Hue of shades
rkaiv MIXKD for the brush or in paste form
lor tlunniir,'. Lvcry eau Dears juiis guarantee
GUARANTEE Ol' PURITY.
Wo guarantee, this package toeontaln nothing
but strictly pure old process white lead and oxide
of zinc. ground in nine linseed oil and dryers
Shades tinted with most permanent colors. We
will nav one ounce of gold for every ounce o
Adulteration which this package, luay he found
Peninsular White Lrnd& color Works
Call and seen handsome display of these paints
Paint your kitchen door with Peninsular Floor
Paint. Dries hard over, utirlit. Very durable
and lasting. For sale by
W 1 1,1 I AM MfUKVXA,
Dealer in Paints, Oils, brushes, Drugs, etc.
liHOCKWAY I'KNllIK, - - MlClf.
I wish to inform the citizens of
Brockway Centre and surrounding
country that I have added a line of
Undertakini Goods to my photo
granti gallery. A splendid hears
furnished free of charge. Embalm
ing done free also.
Prices as Low as the Lowest.
Funerals attended ou Short Notice
Send for 00-Pago
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The Weekly Expositor.
Jas A. Menzlcs, Publisher.
Vanor from Valley Centre.
polo with a Cleveland and Thur-
man streamer was raised here last
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Kyes, of Drock-
way Centre, visited relatives lu this
place last Sunday.
A large number of the male element
of this town attended the election at
Urown City last Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Judson Dlack, of Dean
ville, and John Black, of Brockway
Centre, spent Sunday with E. S. Dlack.
Chips from Oapac.
Horn, Saturday morning, Xo v. 3rd, to
Mrs. C.uetchlalT, a daughter. Also to
Mrs. Flint, a daughter.
I5y a typographical error in last
week's communication "$1,000" was
printed instead of '810,000."
Last Sunday morning a3 a freight
train was taking the siding the engine
got off the track, delaying trallic for
Thos. Shawlei and wife, who have
been visiting in this vicinity lor a few
days, Ait timed to their home in Arko
na, Out, last Monday.
The prohibition meeting last Friday
night was well attended. Mr. Fmerick
is a lluent speaker and was frequently
cheered during the speech.
The comments of the Journal last
week on the conduct of some of the
candidates on the county ticket, stirred
up local politicians here at a great rate.
few of them threatened to have their
papers stopped, and vowed to injure
the Journal as much as possible. The
editors print an independent paper and
are determined to print whatever will
be for the interest of the public, regard
lesa of the threat of a few individuals.
Sayings from Shabbona.
"We are having fine weather.
Mrs. J. II. Atkins is visiting old-time
friends in Ontario.
Mark Turner has moved into the
Widow Stone's house.
Amasa Brown, jr., has returned home
after wandering in foreign lands all
Quite a number of our young mpn
have gone to the lumber woods and
some of them are home again.
Arthur and Oliver Atkins have re
turned home from Mooretown where
they have been at work all summer.
Joseph Farrott wears a pleasant
smile. The cause is a lady visitor at
his house. She will call Joe pa by and
John Farrott has added a stone for
chopping feed to his saw mill. John is
an enterprising man and knows what
the farmers need.
Wra. Lewis is also a happy man be
cause of an addition to his family. You
will have to plant an extra bushel of
potatoes in the spring, William.
II. Leslie bus purchased a fine Lin
colnshire ram from a Mr. Marshall
near Cass City. It cost him 830. Just
what we want in this vicinity is enter
Bear! Bearer! Bearest! W. Lewis
caught one in a trap. John Wells also
caught one which climbed into a tree
and hung itself. Mr. Clendennen caught
one in a trap, and Daniel W ait shot
one after his canine friend Jack had
treed it. Yet it is a bad time for bear
in this neighborhood.
Nicholas Hayes has recently placed
a wind mill on his farm.
"W. II. Ballentine has almost recover
ed from the injuries received by falling
from a wagon.
Don't be despondent if you lose your
vote. Remember some one else must
have gained his.
Quite a number of former residents
of this placa have been back during the
past week visiting and renewing old
Hallowe'en passed without any seri
ous tricks played on residents, which is
quite an improvement on former years
in this place, and a credit to tho boys
who reside here. Boys continue in this
good begun way.
The last pole of tho campaign raised
in this village was last Monday at the
residence of Dr. Will II. Gowan, and
there now iloats from its top the stars
and stripes and a Fisk and Brooks
streamer. It is one of the finest poles
in the village.
Mrs. Geo. Mclntyre is still very low.
Miss Mable Moore, of Brockway Cen
tre, visited old friends of this place this
Hilton, son of Ed. King, returned
home last Saturday after a lengthy visit
in Canada. ' ;
Aaron Hazard north and east of this
place has had a wind mill put up on his
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard, of Brockway
Ccutre. visited Dr. and Mrs. Gowan of
this place Sunday.
Mrs. Wm. llodglns is suffering from
a telon on her thumb. Dr. Abbott
lanced it last week.
A fine Hepublican pole was raised by
the boys of this place in front of "VY". II.
llallentine's on Tuesday evening.
Mr. (lillas and family have moved to
Day City. Their son Thomas is still in
this place but will join them soon in the
At the Democratic pole-raising last
Thursday, no ' less than six men had
lame hands or arm3, and most of them
hanging in slings, but the pole went up
all the same.
The people of this place raised a tine
Democratic pole in front of the post
office last Thursday. Dullie and Mer
riam, of Fort Huron, were orators of
Denis X "Wood.
Michigan furnishes 15,212,923 bushels
of potatoes this year.
Lexington is shipping large quanti
ties of apples to northern points.
Mrs. Abagail Jones, of Lapeer, died
of dropsy, on Oct. 21st, aged 59 years.
Mr. and Mrs. Lucas Ferkins, of Dry
den, recently celebrated their crystal
Imlay City lads and lassies are to be
instructed in dancing by I'rof. E. E.
Manley Cooley, of Borneo, died Oct.
21, age 21 years. He had been married
only about a year.
The Cadillac House at Lexington is
now open for business, having been
Wm. Jones, an old resident of Down
ington, dropped dead Oct. 31st. Cause,
cancer in the stomach.
The Odd Fellows, of Croswell, will
give their grand annual ball the even
ing before Thanksgiving.
Tho Sanilac Fost-Beporter says that
Gus Burgess, of Fort Sanilac has ripe
raspberries growing in his garden.
Macomb county is the only county in
the state that has paid every dollar of
it3 state tax, and 'tis so every year.
Borneo has a man who buried one
wife and married another in five weeks
time and the Observer is down on him.
Thos. Lennox, of Dryden, wants to
have his name changed to Thos. Wil
liams, and has so petitioned the probate
Godfred Haber died at his home near
Borneo, Oct. 23rd. For thirty years
resident, he was well known in the vi
A Saginaw woman sues the proprie
tor of a store in that place because she
lost seventeen dollars and a railroad
Tho new M. E. minister at North
Branch, Bev. Mr. Squires, carries an
insurance of 85,000 on his library, which
is very valuable.
The young lads of lmlay City demor
alized things so much Hallowe'en that
their parents have been requested to
pay damages done to property.
The Almont school board have a room
in the basement of their school house
where they provide lunches for pupils
who attend school from a distance.
The parishioners, of Elder Wright of
Mayville, helped him and his wife to
celebrate their 25th wedding anniver
sary recently and left them a purse
lined with silver.
The P. O. & P. A. ll'y has been twice
advertised to be sold but has found no
purchasers. The capitalists have now
decided to extend the road, probably to
Bay City or Toledo.
On July 13 last a train of cars ran
into an open switch on the Grand Trunk
railway near Detroit, and Engineer
William F. Baby was caught under his
engine and instantly killed. The coro
ners' jury found that Baby's death was
caused by the misplacement of a switch
by some unknown person. Mrs. Baby
gives notice that she will commence a
suit against the Grand Trunk railroad
for 85,000 damages.
Ilucklcn's Arnica Salve.
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. Wells
The following is a report of tho Old
Brockway school for tho month ending
Number of days taught, 20; number
of pupils enrolled, GO; average number
attending during month, 70; average
daily attendance, 40; whole number of
days attendance 788K Tho following
pupih have neither been tardy nor ab
sent during tho month: Willie Hod
gins, Horace Atkins, James Gowan,
Laura King, May King, Lulu Gowan,
Emma Vancleif. Tho following have
entered school during the month, and
have not been absent since entering:
Edith ustin, Bertha Elsworth, Bert
Elsworth, Ashley Elsworth, North
Jolley, Hilton King, Elizabeth Martin.
Patrons of the school and others inter
ested in school work aro cordially in
vited to visit this school and thereby
encourage both pupils and teacher.
B. T. WlLLOUOHIlY,
Fou Sale on TTent A good farm
of 50 acres, near Drockway Centre. For
terms call on E. II. Drake, Brockway
Itch cured in 30 minutes by "Wool
ford's Lotion. Sold by C. A. Wells,
Druggist Brockway Centre, Mich.
Straykd into the enclosure of tho
undersigned, section 2S. Speaker, on or
about Oct. 1st, a red and whito steer
two years old. The owner is requested
to call, prove property, pay charges and
take him away. John 11. Davis. 23-1
Strayed into the premises of the
undersigned, section 8, township of
Urockway, on or about the 10th of
September, a long-wool ram. Owner is
requested to prove property and take
him away. Henry Phillips. 23 1
Lime for kali-:. The undersigned
has on hand and for sale lime, hair and
cement. He handles Probett lime, the
best in the country. Those who intend
to build will do well to call on him.
C. F. Michaels,
21-4 Brockway Centre.
Strayed into the enclosure of the
undersigned, sec. 10, Greenwood, on or
about Oct. , a black and white steer
about one year old. The owner is re
quested to call, prove property, pay
charges and take him away.
Zo-b WILLIAM KYDER.
For Sale. The subscriber wishes to
dispose of his property in this village.
on account of ill-health, either in part or
whole. Jerms easy ana will be made
known on application. Here is a good
bargain tor someone wanting property
in tins place. v m. bettls.
l.mJ Brockway Centre.
English Spavin Liniment removes all
hard, solt, or calloused lumps and blem
ishes from horses, blood spavin, curbs,
splints, sweeny, ring-bone, stules, spav
in, all swollen throats, cough, etc. save
0 by use of one bottle. W arranted
Sold by Chas. A. Wells. Druggist.
jirocKway centre, Mich.
Take Notice My wife, Alice Fret-
man, having left my bed without just
cause or provocation, on the 1st day of
October, iss J hereby notily all par
ties not to trust or narbor her on my
iccount, for I will not pay any debts
contracted by iter. H . A. t reeman
Dated, v reniont, Sanilac Co.. this 1st
day of Oct., 18SS. 25-Iw
Salesmen Wanted to handle our
thoroughly reliable nursery stock. Wt
engage men ou liberal commission, or
on salary and expenses, and guarantee
permanent employment and success;
Facilities unequalled, prices reasonable
outfit free. Decided advantages to
Ellwanger & Barry,
8-13t Rochester, N. Y.
l'or First Place.
A great amount of political engineer
ing will be done by friends of candidates
to secure for their man the first place
on the ticket, and the best man will
probably secure the coveted place
Then if endorsed by the majority of
the people, the election is assured
Electric Bitters has been put to the
front, its merits passed upon, has been
indorsed, and unanimously given the
first place, among remedies peculiarly
adapted to the relief and cure of all
Diseases of Kidney, Liver and stomach
Electric Bitters, being guaranteed, is a
sate investment. Price one. and 81 pe
bottle at cnas. A. V ells , Druggist.
Notice the yellow label on your paper
and see ir you are in arrears. Kemem
ber that after January 1st, 1SS9. we in
tend charging subscribers who fail to
pay in advance 81.u0 per year.
Wo have just received direct from
tho east an immense stock of
BOOTS AND SHOES !
and arc offering them at the aston
ishingly low prices:
Ladies' Fine Shoes, only $1, $1.15
Men's Boots only S2.00 and $2.25.
Boys' boots, only Si.
Babies shoes from 25 cts. to 50 cts.
We have 500 fairs to fill; from.
Call soon while the stock is com
plete. JOHN B. MILLS.
To tho Hoys and Girls all over the
If you will send the GREAT REE-IIIVK nA
ZAAR, Port Huron, Mich., r letter enoloMnjr a
two eent or two one rent postao stamp we will
send you any one ot tlio following articles.retiirn
IMKtuKQ paid, or any thrco of tlio articles for five
cents in poMtaco stamps: t larfjo book transfer
pictures, l tine brooeli orpin. 1 nico ehromo In
frame, 1 pair ear-rins, 1 pretty small doll, 1
trumpet, 1 liand.mirror. 1 memorandum book, 1
pen mid tncil ease, 1 lead pencil, pen holder, 1
linger riiiK. We well send the whole- twelvo ar
ticles In one order for is cents In postage stamps.
Address the Uee Hive Port Huron Mich.
JUST RECEIVED !
SPEAKER, - - MICH.
a largo stock of
JDnj Goolc3t Groceries. Hoots and
Shoes, Straw Jfats, JTotions, cDc.
Call and look ovtf our linmens3 stock.
Itivcr Street, near Seventh
I would invito all about to build or
Doors, Sash, Blinds, RSouid.ngs. Rrackcis, Gtalr
Rails, Window & Door Frames, LtO.
I have the largest and best eouippod mill in this section of the State,
and can supply anything manufactured by wood-workers.
lJJ Builders arc requested to send
logue and Price List.
3B- IB- TiLT"LOB, ZLPort EZiJLrorn..
IT WAS A GRAND AFFAIR 1
Over four thousand people attended
It was a most brilliant affair. In the
ablaze with liireworks, while the inside was finely illuminated and decorated.
Everybody was delighted with the beautiful display. All conceded that it was
the greatest variety aiKl most attractive stock of goods ever seen in Port Huron
or eastern Michigan. Our big line of Beautiful Flush Goods was the admiration
of everyone, while every line of the great stock of Holiday Goods and Novelties
attracted the great throng ot old and young. .Now we want to say one word to
the people who aro looking for bargains in attractive goods for the Holidays.
Don't wait until our finest and best goods are gone. Don't wait until the crowds
aro so great that you cannot get into our stove to make your select iotis. Como
eaily, pick out what you want and we will lay the articles aside and deliver
them whenever or wherever you want them. We must and will s' ll our im
mense stock. Country dealers who want to lay in a line ot holiday goods will
find it to their interest to call on us and look over our stock and get prices.
People from every part of the country when they come to Port IJuion are cor
dially invited to visit our large and attractive store, price our goods and make
their purchases. We are bound to please the most fastidious.
The Great Bee
502 TO 508 HURON AVE.,
ry Store !
I have just moved Into my new store, two doors
south of UraUlwoixi , w lilt a lull lino of
and Fancy Goods,
to suit the fall and winter trade of 18'f. I
hf.ve encaged Miss Middkton to assist In the
millinery department, where she wail be pleased
to meet all w ho w ill call and examine our .stin k
before purchasing elsewhere.
We thank our friends for past patronage and
solicit a continuance ol the same in the future.
Iluttcr and ejjgs taken lu exchange for coods.
GEORGE V. REID.
Baker & Confectioner.
Nuts of all kinds,
r Ino Cigars,
Fruits, Canned Goods,
Fresh Bread, Buns, Cakes and Cookies
always on hand.
GEO. V. Iti:il, Urockway Centre.
Dealer in all kinds of
Picture Framing a
Agent for the Celebrated Ameri
can Sewing llachines, Brockway
OF INTEREST TO ALL,
llelow we publish a list of poods kent by us,
which we Hie prepared to sell at rock bottom
prices for cash or its equivalent.
Teas, Coffees, Sugars.
Rice, Canned Goods,
Oat and Corn Meal,
We have n number of pairs of Pants, Overalls,
and .Shirts which wo desire to closo out below
Farmers Produce taken In exchaiiRO for Roods.
Cash paid for ckks.
Joods delivered to any part of the village free.
A nice lino of Candies and Cigars In stock.
We have some choice farming land for sale
cheap. Call and cct particulars.
The POLICE GAZETTE will be mailed, secure
ly wrapped, to any address In the United States
for three months on receipt of
Liberal discounts allowed to postmasters
ajrents and Hubs. Sample Copies mailed free.
Addross all orders to
f'RANKLIX &QUARK, N. Y.
Street Bridge, Port Huron.
needing work in my lino to call on
for a copy of my Illustrated Cata
tho grand opening of the great
evening the roof of their large store waa
- Hive Bazaar.
PORT HURON, MICH.
Health is Wealth!
Pn. L. ( West's Nkrve ano ISrainTrbatmint
r. guaranteed specific for Hysteria, Piz.lness
Convulsions, Fits, Nervous NeurHlgin, Headache
Nervous Prostration caused v the use of alcohol
or tobacco. Wakefulness, Mental Pepression,
8oft-nins of the lira in resulting In iriKanity
and leading to iniwy, decay and death. Pre
mature old age. Barrenness. Loss of fpower in
either sex. Involuntary and Spermatorrhoea
caused by over exertion of the brain. sHf-abuse
or over-indulgence. i:ah box contains one
month's treatment. $1.00 a box. or six boxes
for 5.00, sent by mail prepaid on receipt of prica
WE GUARANTIEE SIX IIOXEft
To cure any case. With each order received
by us for six boxes, accompanied with fj.00 we
will send the puschaxer our written guarantee
to refund the money if the treatment does not
effect a cure. Guarantees Issued only by
V. A. WELLS .v CO., Urockway Centre
TTTTflf-Bi? crci I.ierr Complaint.
I'-Ui:'.i-i AUcrl'.unn and
Comtx't txeaa. At f.ru :;:isi i. f rice cts.
Price only 25 cents. Soltf by all druggists )
fielievos quickly fifiQu.r.atism, eu
rafgia, Swotting s, Druis cs,L urr.bcigo,
Sprains, thedacho, TooViacho, Cuts,
Burns, Scalds, Soros, Backache ,&c.
nnriuLAHGE 3 PLUC3, Tha Qrtnt Tobacco An
StttLM tldotolPrict lOCtS. At alt drugglato.
TIso's Ilomedy for Catarrh Is tbo
Best, Easiest to Use, and Cheapest.
field hy dnmglsts or sent by mall.
&oa i, uuzeitiuc, Warrcu, ra.
- It has permanently cured thousands
of cases pronounced by doctors hope
less. If you have premonitory symp
toms, such as Couirh, Dilliculty of
Uroathinsr, Ac., don't delay, lmt uso
TISO'S CUKE Fort CONSUMPTION
immediately. By Druggists. 23 cents.
(successors to Rollinn & IlUey.)
Fresh and Salt Meats,
HAMS. SAUSAGES.' &c.
BUOCICWAY CENT11K, MICH
Oysters and Gaaie in Season.
Tho ahove f rm aro prepared to pay
the Highest Cash Market Trice for
DrvHstul Hogs, Poultry and Hides;
Parties having fat cattle for sale
call in and fcce us before selling.
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