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GRANT IIOLDEN & ORO.
DIVCTGGXSTS, Good value for vour money Is our motto. Hav lug Recently located among the many patrons of ixaie ana vicinity And being desirous of a share of their patronage, Now take pleasure in vailing your attention To the fact that we are here to stay and Hope by fair dealing to get a fair portion Of the business in our line. Learn what we have to say and then Decide for yourselves. Every article in our Drug line is first class. None but the best will we handle. A our cigar line in complete Both in variety and quality. Remember our line of Perfumeries consists Of elegant and costly varieties. por Aches and Pains and ailments Of all kind we have the cure all Remedies in Patent Medicine. Don't forget the place, in Wells' old stand. Remember when U road this, if in need of anything in our line Give us a call and Satisfy yourself. EXPOSITIONS. W. Scott is continually improving his bakery, lie has just hung out a new sign. Tena Jirown; who recently returned from Port Huron, has been suffering with a temporary illness. Holden & Yaring have jilst purchas ed another Large invoice or goods which they expect to receive soon. Phil McDougal is continually think ing of something new in the candy line. His almond-paste is excellent. John Iloskin is building an addition to his house on Main street. W. 1). Wear is assisting in the work. Chas. Ellsworth has been arrested on a charge of being implicated in the murderous assault upon Dayid Downs. Kext Mouday evening being the first in the month ot December, the Council will meet. A full attendance is solici ted. , . - Lewis Bow has a full laundry outfit - which he will sell cheap, lie wishes any. who would purchase to call llrst and see him. 18 w 4 Henry Doelle has occupied his new ' residence on North street. We are glad to welcome so estimable a towns man to our village. Alfred Bowers, who recently spent some time in the village is now acting as night operator in the telephone oflico at Port Huron. Diphtheria and scarlet fever are ram pant in Port Huron. Should the epi demic continue long formidable the public schools will be closed. The bonus has nearly all been pledg ed and it looks mightily us if W. II. Uallentine of Brock way was sure to put up his mill in Richmond. In our issue of this week we print the anniuil report of the Drockway Centre District Agricultural Society. You should give it a careful perusal. A gray beard on a man under 50 makes him look older than he is. The best dye to color brown, or huck is Buckingham's Dye- for the Whiskers. I have the Ohio wood burned peerless white lime for sale. Far superior to any other lime that has been sold in Una place, an 1 chenp as the cheapest. Tnos. Hick K v. 8 Andrew Paul, of the Fargo llax mill lias shown us a most beautif ul sample of llax. It was very line; and is said by good judges to b'3 somo of the best they ever saw. Frank Curroy is suffering from a severe wound in the hand. By acci dent the thumb was nearly severed, lie will henceforth entertain a stiff member in its stead. Take particular pains to notice the grand Holiday oilers of J. I), McKeitli, as set torth m his new advertisement. Look also at W. II. Palmer's new in ducements, his presents for every body, ate, Tkere will be a special communica tion of Brockway lodge, no. 3P F. and A.M., on Saturday evening Nov. 21). Meetings will soon 'be held weekly for the purpose of instruction in the rites of the order. It is with infinite satisfaction that I state the fact that Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup has been long used in my family and always with marked success. II. F. Jarvls, Chief ling. Fire Department Petersburg, Va. Next Sunday after the morning ser vice at the M. K. church the members will vote upon the question as to whether women shall be eleglblo as del egates. All members over twenty-one years of ago may vote. The standard-bred trotting stallion Chepacket, started last week for Sand Beach, where he will make the fall sea son. At Port Huron fair he attracted the attention of horsemen from that section, so they sent for him. llobt. M. Lothian will move his store from the corner building where he has been for the past year, and locate at Thos. McArthur's old stand. This will give him enlarged facilities and will b better adapted to his grocery trade. When, from any cause, the digestive and secretory organs become disorder ed, they may be stimulated to healthy action by the use of Ayer's Cathartic Pills. These Pills are prescribed by the best physicians, and are for sale at all the drug-stores. For one to step into the handsome drug-store of Grant Iloldcn & Bio. and view their beautiful stock of perfumes, toilet articles, etc. is to exclaim with admiration. Without doubt it is one of the finest displays of its kind ever shown In the village. Mrs. Henry Slight, who proved to be the best maker of bread of those who exhibited at the Fair.swured the bread raiser offered by A. W. Ferguson & Co. and the flour offered by S. O. Welch & Son, wishes to thank these gentlemen for their generosity. The premiums were heartily appreciated. Don't fail to read Persia Johnson's change of adv. in this issue. Michaels grand Thanksgiving ball on last evening was a big success. The Social Dance in Central Hall on Thursday evening proved a gratifying success. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Peter Laing of Chicago on Tuesday Novem ber 85, lbW. Prof. J. O. Grinnell spent Thanksgiv ing with members of the Whitney Family in Imlay City. A stray turkey is reported at this of fice. The owner may have it by prov ing it and paying necessary charges. Mrs. II. M. Zuelch and daughter, of Fargo, are visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Smith, and with other friends. All scalp and skin diseases, dandruff, falling of the hair, gray or faded hair, may be cured by using that nature's true remedy, Hall's Hair ltenewer. It is thought best to postpone the work on the drama until after the Hol idays. A comedy company may be or ganized at once to play about Christ mas. All teachers should remember the Teacher's Convention to beheld at Fort Gratiot Friday and Saturday November 28 and 20. The notice will bo found elsewhere. Dr. Ceo. Hunting, of Alma College will deliver a lecture in the M. F. church next Monday evening. Ad mission free. All are invited. "Are n't you ever going to grow old, like the rest of us?" asked a man of an acquaintance he had n't seen for some time. "Well, not so long as 1 can purify my blood with Ayer's Sarsa parilla," was the apt reply. This man knew what he was talking about. "The tree of deepest root Is found, least willing still to leave the ground" and this could once have been most truly said of chronic pain of any sort. But after the lapse of so many ages, a sovereign remedy has been found in Salvation Oil, every provident house holder should keep it. A half-dozen men after one load of wood is not a very rare occurence now adays. Hardly ten years ago we were burning wood in heaps to get rid of it. Today it is a prize. For this we are obliged to the reckless destroyers of our forests. .Jerry B. Paisley, however, has a big lot of wood for sale. Last Tuesday evening Henry M. Doelle and Miss Maggie Faush. both of Greenwood, were quietly married at the residence of, the Bev. Ira Billman. Philip W. Doelle and Miss Ilattle lloway alone witnessed the ceremony arid acted as best people. The bride and groom left on the evening train for Port Huron on a short wedding tour. We receive' information of a new dodge to take in unsuspecting farmers. It is worked by a couple of alleged hucksters. They call at a farm house and claim that one of their chickens has escaped into the farmer's Hock. On receiving permission to retake it, they catch one of the farmer's chickens and go off with it. By this means they can collect quite a load of chickens in a day. The Detroit Journal has given away hundreds of handsome gold and silver watches to boys ana girls within the past few weeks and wants to distribute 1,000 more before Christmas. Any boy or girl can get one of theso beauti ful watches without a cent of cost. Send your name and address with a 2c. stamp to the Detroit .journal, I)e troit, Mich., and full particulars will be mailed you. In conversing with Thos. A.. Kdison, during his visit in Port Huron, his old home, ft was learned that he is now busied in working up a motor for loco motives. He says that electrical loco motion is much nearer than people gen erally suppose; and that it will be but a few years belore steam locomotives will be a thing of the past. Thank heavens 11 we are soon to be freed from this hissing, squealing, jarring fiend. If you intend to subscribe for any paper by all means come to the Kxpo siTon olliee lirst. Wo can givo you club rates and save you money. We this week announce another addition to our list. We will trive you the Mich igan Farmer for one year 031.00 per yea r) and t h e E x po i to i: (:? 1 .00 per yea r) tor only i3i.8) in advance, saving yon 20 cents per year on the subscription. liememuer also our oiler ot the Detroit Kclio. a. first-class eight-page weekly. with the Kxnxrnm torsi,.)0. Next Monday evening Miu Bcv. S:;m. Bettis will lecture in Central Hall at the solicitation of the Band. The ad mission will be but 10 cents and will go towards defraying the expenses which the Band necessarily incurs. It is to be honed that a large attendence will be present, for they will not only bo treat ed to a pleasant address from a gentle man whose ability is heartily recogniz ed, but will by their presence aid an or ganization which is endeavoring to gain a footing in our midst. A largo house should be assured. The subject which has lately been announced will be, From the Alleghanies to the Bockie3. Monday was a high day for the For esters of this place. The meeting was throughout a success, and reflected great credit upon the activity of the local members. For their special efforts thanks aro due Wm. Cowing and Joe. Allen. The proceedings in the after noon were principally conducted secret ly. A horse-back procession was the preliminary. By the kindness of the wives and friends of the members a delicious supper was spread at six o'clock which was free to everybody who paid a quarter of a dollar. It should be stated in all justice to the ladies that no one left the room with out receiving several time3 the worth of their money. Later on the exercises in Central Hall began. Too much praise can not be bestowed upon Prof. J. O. Grinnell for the elegant music furnish ed. Still full praise is also due the others who assisted him, Bert Jardine, Els worth Button and James Downer, of Port Huron. Dr. Fred Dunn, of Lan ping, was the speaker of the evening. Owing to unaccountable causes the other speakers could not attend. Dr. Dunn's speech was very apt and witty throughout. He carefully explained the workings of the order and did the subject full justice. The exercises were still further enlivened by two very pretty anthems by the- choir. The meeting throughout was a success in every way financially as well as other wise. The proceeds amounted to 811.25. After the regular programme the floor of the hall was cleared and all joined in a hearty dance until a late hour. ORTUACK SALE. Default having been made in the conditions of a mortgage, dated April 17th, 1H, and recorded in the otlice t the register of deeds of 8t. Clair county, Michigan, in liber 67 of mortgages, page tn. on April 2r)lb. IHH'J, at 2 o'clock . HI., execut ed by Henry It. M errltt und Julia A. Alerrltt, his wuc. iu muniuii Liii'iit, witerruy wie power or sale In said mortgage has become operative, and t here Is claimed to be due at date hereof the sum of One Hundred and Nliietv-foiir Dollars nml Kiglity-three cents (ilu4.H3) of principal and in terest una, in addition, an attorney lee ot lit teen dollars (1.V) Notice is hereby given that said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the mortgaged premises at muuie auction to the highest bidder at the front door of the City Hall, in the city of Port Huron, that being the place for holding the circuit court of said county, on January loth, lxyi.at one o'clock in the after noon, to satisfy the amount due on said niortuiiL'i' together with costs of this foreclosure, no suit or moceedings at law or In equity having been in- Niiiuicu to recover said amounts. Said mortgaged premises are described us fol lows as shown by said mortgage: The north half (1) of the south-west quarter (i)of the north west quarter (f ) of section two (2) town eight (8) north of range (14) east containing twenty acres of laud more or less. NOKM AN LUCIA, Dated this 7th day of October, 18!0. Mortgagee. Hakvky Taitan, Att'v tor inortgairee. Ti "SrORTfiAGK SALE. IT I Default havliurbcen made in the conditions or a certain mortgage dated August )f h, issr, and recorded ill tlieotllee o the liegister of Deeds of .St. Clair county, Michigan, in liber 4.1 of Mort gages, on page 41, on August aand, issr, at 1 :.', i. in., executed by John l. (o lnncll and his wife Rebecca (Jrlnucll, whereby the power of sale In said mortgage has become operative, and them Is claimed to be due at date hereof the sum of four hundred and ten dollars and ten cents (M.l0)of principal and Interest, and in addi tion an attorney fee of fifteen dollars ($15). Notice is hereby given that said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the mortgaged premi ses at public auction to the highest bidder at the frontdoor of the City hull, in the city of Tort Huron, that being the place for holding the Cir cuit Court for said county, on Nov. cth, isuo, at oneo'clcck p. m., to satisfy the iiiiiaiint due on said mortage, together with costs of this fore closure, no suit or proceedings having been insti tuted at law or In equity to recover said amounts. Said mortgaged premises are described as fol lows as shown by said mortgage: lts numbers thirty-eight, CM) ami thirty-nine (;) of block number live (r of the village of liroekway Cen tre, (Mary White's addition), together with buildings, machinery, and tools belonging to foundry business. Dated this 4th day of August, ison. JOSEPH K1TIMCK, HARVEY TAPPAX, Mortgagee. Attorney for Mortgagee. Notice is hereby given that the sale of the above described premises as advertised Is here by postponed from the tith day of November at 1:00 o'clock 1. M.to Monday the 2'.'ddav of Dec ember, 1WH), at 1:00 o'clock P. M. at the place above designated. Dated tills ot 1 1 day of November ixm. JOSliPIl KFKRICK, HARVEY TAPPAX. Mortgagee. Attorney for Mortgagee. 2ti 7 N OTICK OK SAI.K OF IlKAI. KSTATK. State of Michigan, county or St. Clair, ss. In the matter of the estate of John Naals, deceased. Notice is hereby given, that in pursuance of an order granted to the under signed, administrator of the estate of said John Naals deceased, by. the Hon. Judge of Pro bate, for the county of St. Clair, on the 3rd day of November, A. D. tsix), there will be sold at public vendue, to t lie highest bidder, at the store of W. II. ltalleiitine in P.rockwav, in the county of St. Clair, in said State, on Tuesday the until day of January A. D. isjii, at one o'clock In the afternoon of that day, the following described real estate, to-wlt: The Southwest quarter of the south-east quarter of section two (2) In township nc'i n i i u"i in in i tu;4t- i mi i tern (lit riwi, Oillil sale will be for cash. HENRY (lUIISMAN, J. VV. AvRitv, Administrator of the estate Att'y for Estate. of John Naals deceased. pROP.ATE ORDER. State of Michigan, county of St. Clair, ss At a session of the Prohato Court for said county or St. Clair, held at the probate olllce in the city of Port Huron, on the Mil duv of October in the year one thousand eight hundred ninety. Present, John L. lllaek Judge of Probate. In the matter of the Estate of John Wales, de ceased. David Moore having llled his final ac count as administrator ot said estate, It Is order ed that Monday the 22d day of December, isuo, at ten o'clock In the forenoon, at said Probate otticc, he appointed for hearing thereof, and it Is further ordered that a copy of this order be published three successive weeks previous to said day of hearing, in the Wkkki.y Exeosrrou a newspaper printed and circulating In said county or St. Clair. JOHN L. BLACK, (A true copy.) 2!M Judge of Probate. Atkinson, V.nck& Voi,:ott, Attorneys for Estate, . IiltOHATK NOTH'K KOU I! KA II I NO CI. A I MS liK I'OIIK fOL'KT. State of Michigan, county of St. Clair, ss. Notice is hereby given, that by an order of the Probate Court for the county of' St. Clair, made on the 17th day of November A. D., tsito, six months from that ditto were allowed for credit ors to present their claims against the estate of Henry R. Mci ritt late of said count v, de-cased, and that all creditors of said deceased arc requir ed to present their claims to said Probate Court, at tlie Probate olllce, in the city of Port Huron, for examination and allowance', on or before the isth day of May next, ami that such claims will be heard before said cotirl, on Monday, the 1 (it I i day of February and on Monday, the isth day of .May next, at ten o'clock in the 'forenoon of each of those days. Haled, November 17th, A, D. isno. HARVEY TAPPAN, JOHN I.. P.LACK, Att'y for Estate. 20-4 Judge of Probate. , ROLLINS & liODulNS, O. iii (-is I n Fresh and Salt Meats, 1I.VM.S, SAUSAGES, Sc. VALE, St. Clair Co., MICH. - Gvcters and Game in season. We are prepared to pay the Highest Cash Market Price for .HIDES. F 1 FOR kL vuHouivir 1 It has pprmrinontly curort tjioitsands of cases pronounced by doctors hope less. Jf you havo premonitory symp toms, such as Cough, Dilllculty of Breatlilnpr, oe:., don't delay, hut uso PISO.S l!UHE FOR CONSUMPTION Immediately. Uy Druggist. 3 cents. Sim Hill furlun.'h.TC htm maiWI work fur n, liy Ann I '"If. AiimIii, iTrui. unit .Ino. Ilnnii, 'loli llo, Ohio. iw rut. ibm nrr d..li.(r wr)l. W hjr mil jrim? Some mrn vi-r fliim.iH, a 'Hon Hi. Vou rnmln the work inil lira hi tinmo. whrrcvw roil am. krffi b lliinm urn nilljr rnltir from ti to HOml.Y. All '. Wnlmw iron how n1 l.rt tou. Inn irorK In pnrelltna or all Ihf f line. Ma mnnr.r tv-r nrk rulliim unknown anion Ihrm. X KV mill womtarftil. I'firticlttnni fr. Il.llallrlt V o.,II HKO IorUiintl,!lalo doit . c-anTi-sTTn, GENERAL JOBBER. Buildings Rftised and moved, fitono mason work a specialty. YALU - - MICH. 1 Waterloo MY FRIEND, The season is be a pleasure to take a drive, and in We are on hand with a full line of and Side Spring Styles ; Two Seated SPECIALTIES FOR THIS .SPRING-: Fountain City and urms LKocnesterj ; Jb armers7 1 nena ana Bay City Gang Plows, Syracuse Chilled, Huntington & Wilkinson Walking Plows, Keystone, Canton and Rose Disc Harrows. Steel Frame Tiger Protection Spring Tooth Harrows, Yankers and Donaldson Land Rollers, Studebaker Wagons. UlcGortniGlc Sfee! Binders which, upon examination, is pronounced by everyone CST" Call and see me whether the othtr farming machinery in mv JAS. H. MOORE, - Successors to C. H. NIGGHBMAN, Dealer in Watches, Clocks, - Jewelry, School Books, Stationery, Blank Books, Plush Goods, Etc. , AT LOWEST CASH PRICES. HOLDEN BLOCK, H.J-KUHN $20.00 Oak Tan Faim Harness, The best huml made harness in the market. Write for iirlees of ASS Eftsids of Harness. F-"f?" Mall orders given iroinpt attention. I roII move harness at retail than any ot her dealer in the state. 308 Huron Ave., 2?ori Siviroxi, 2ich.. SUMMER TOURS. JTalaca Cteax3o.ers. Xio-w ISatac. Four trips per week between Detroit, Mackinac Isl'd, Tetoskey. The Roo, Marquette and Lake Huron Ports. Everr Evenlnjc between Detroit and Cleveland. Sunday Trips during June. July, August and September only, OUR ILLUSTRATED PAMAHLET Rates and Excursion Tickets will be furnished by your Ticket Agent, or address E. B. WHITCOMB, G. P.A., Detroit, Mich. Detroit & Cleveland Steam Nav. Co. S. L. BALLENTINE'S, PORT HURON, MICH., Is the rifht place to have your wants 'supplied i)i Dry Gooth, Clothing, Boot and Shoes. Ladles' Bprlng Wraps and Summer carments no"" rendy. To ieoksnec coming now when the mud will ho a thing of the past, and it will then order to doo if you are not already supplied you will require a Carriage. the pretty, celebrated Waterloo Uuggies; Iirewster, Timpkin Elliptic Surries also Platform and Combination Double Carriages. ' McSherry Broadcast THE WOMD-XIEXTOWXTSD you want to buy or not. and examine mammoth warehouse. Tis Best Eii IN NORTHERN MICHIGAN. All kinds of twisting and turning in iron. Machines of all kinds re paired in fsliovt order. I5LACKSMITH SHOP in connection. Horse shoeing and repairing a specialty. liring in your old machines and have them put in running order. I will also carry a stock of Currier farm tools and repairs. CSSShon opposite S, O. Welch & Son's mill. F. P. CURRIER, Jr., - - Proprietor. River Street Planing- Mill River Street, near Seventh Street Bridge, Port Huron. I would invito all ahout to build or needing work in my line to c'all on or wnto me. Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Stair Eails Window and Door Frames, etc. I have the largest and best equipped mill in this section of the State and can supply anything manufactured by wood-workers. Builders aro requested to send for a copy of my Illustrated Catalogue and Price List. KB. TAYLOR, CITY MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKS. HiiBPBE dS.FOEBES, Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Gianito and Marble Monuments, Tab lets, Headstones, Mantles, Grates, Tiles and Cut Building Stone. Buying direct from quarries, in largo lots, we aro in a position to give our customers the lowest possible prices consisteut with first class workmanship and tho best material. Beforo placing your orders with other dealers it will pay you to inspect onr work and prices. Pleaso remember, our new salesrooms and factory are now located on Butler street west, opposite the Baptist church, Port Huron. N. B. MAHLON BEAItSS, Yale, Mich., is our authorized agent. All orders placed with him will have our prompt attention. Seeders; Empire G-rain and EVlowers, to be a DAISY. this wonderful maehine ot steel, and Yale, Mich. YALE, MICH P PORT HURON, MICH, LlE 0 iJ p lUUlllll l