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Is easily injured the slightest Irritation of the throat or larynx at once affecting Its tone, flexibility, or power. All efforts to sing or speak ia public, under such condi tions, become not only painful but danger ous, and should be strictly avoided until every symptom is removed. To effect a speedy cure do other medicine Is equal to Ayer's Cherry Pectoral The best of anodynes, this preparation rap Idly soothes Irritation, strengthens the deli cate organs of speech, and restores the voice to its tone and power. No singer or publlo speaker should be without It. Lydla Thomp son, the famous actress, certifies: "Ayer's Cherry Pectoral has been of very great ser vice to me. It improves and strengthens the voice, and is always effective for the cure of colds and coughs." "Upon several occasions I have suffered from colds, causing hoarseness and entire loss of voice. In my profession of an auc tioneer any affection of the voice or throat Is a serious matter, but at each attack, I have been relieved by a few doses of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. This remedy, with ordi nary care, has worked such a Magical Effect that I have suffered very little Inconven ience. I have also used It In my family, with excellent results, In coughs, colds, &c." Wm. II. Quartly, Mlnlaton, Australia. M In the sprtng of 1853, at Portsmouth, Va., I was prostrated by a severe attack of ty phoid pneumonia. My physicians exhausted their remedies, and for one year I was not able to even articulate a word. By the ad vice of Dr. Shaw 1 tried Ayer's Cherry Pec toral, and to my surprise and great Joy, In less than one month I could converse easily, In a natural tone of voice. I continued to Improve and have become since a well man. I have often recommended the Pectoral, and have never known It to fall." George K. Lawrence, Valparaiso, Ind. flyer's Cherry Pectoral, rnnPARED bt DR. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass. Gold by all Druggists. Price $1 ; six bottles, $S. Paid on Money Deposited In the Savings Department, OF PORT HURON. Interest Compounded Quarterly. Money loaned at reasonable rates of Interest Bonds, Mortgages AND- Good Endorsed Notes, c. a. v !. f -. Wm. iTAnrnurr, V. Pres. .1 liK v i'oKT. k. Cash HEAD FOR 25c- MHEMJ rttn salk itY Grant Hoi WEr YALE. MICH. t.iLioul A icctiuna an UZZiivv.ir.c. At tlrr.tTgists.I'rU'Qgacts. SALVATION OIL Price only 25 cent. Sold by oil druggtifi ) Believes quickly Rheumatism, Neu ralgia, Swellings, Bruises, Lumbago, Sprains, Headache, Toothache, Cuts, Burns, Scalds, Soros, Backache, Ao. riiiLANOE'S PLUGS, Ti irtat ft 6eeee ic CHEW tldoUl-Prlct 10Ct: Atoll grmi$l$ta. Dim: in i ;il H;i ill; ( SOLD BY.ORUsfysT& Subscribe ' EXPOSITOR. CORRESPONDENCE. Wales Letter. J. L. King and II. Lashbrooka were In Port Huron Wednesday. Wm. Griffith is spending the week with his mother and sister. Ezra Lashbrooks is attending the Business College in Tort Huron. Rumor says that the Almont divis ion of the F. & 1 M. railway will be changed to a standard gauge road next spring. Mrs. J. L. King returned home Sun day from Smith's Creek where she has been for the past four weeks, haying a cancer removed by Dr. Wlllard, Mrs. N. Moran, for whose life there have been some fears for the past few weeks is improving under the skill ful treatment of Dr. Philo of Memphis. Melvin Letter. Bertha Beecher, of Yale, spent Sun day with Jennie Murray. Alf. Bird, of rt. Edward, spent Sat urday with Thos. Wharton. Mr. McDonald, of Deanville, was in town on Tuesday selling sewing ma chines. Clifford Gilbert returned on Wednes day from a visit of three months in different points of Canada. The Thnksgivinar party was quite well attended. There were .about forty couples iu attendance. Wm. Lephlew, of Oscoda, and James Itedhouse, of Speaker, visited with Joseph Itedhouse on Sunday. Itev. Mr. Cole and wife, of Capac. are visiting. with their sister. Mrs. Thomp son. Mr. Cole preached a very able sermon in the church on Tuesday. John Vincent has fitted up part of Mrs. Laidlaw's shop and is prepared to do all kinds of repairing in wagons or sleighs, or any kind of wood-work. Hot-hart Knmmora nni IrtrtlHnr black-smith, occupies the lower part of tne snop and wm do all Kinds of iron work. Eoseburg Letter. W. W. Lord was in the village last Thursday on business. Mrs. Jno. F. Umphrey spent Thanks giving in rort Huron. Samuel Bettes delivered a lecture at the church on Friday evening of last wees. II. T. D. Tennant has engaged to sell fruit trees for Hooper & Brown of uocnester js. i. There was a meeting held at the church on Monday evening to make ar rangements for a Christmas-tree. Walter Tennant, of Romeo, is in the vicinitv taking orders for fruit trees for MacAlannon & bnetchford, of Itoch ter, Ni Y. Thos. Leach, of Dakota, has just re turned from Canada to bid good-bye to his parents. Ilelett for his home in the north-west. is visiting his parents and friends of tms place, lie is loosing as tnougn it agrees with him. The funeral of Ezra Badley was held at Roseburg irr the M. - E. church on last Friday. There was a large attendance. lie was buried in Green wood cemetery south of this place. Brown Oity Letter. Hugh McXair spent Tuesday in Ft. Huron on business. Mrs. James MacLaughlin, of Sanilac Centre, is visiting relatives in town. Mrs. L. II. Howse and family have returned from their Thanksgiving visit in Peck. Mr. and Mrs. Vivian Fox have been entertaining a brother of Mr. Fox dur ing the past week. It is surprising to note the amount of poultry purchased in town, and still our local buyers are purchasing more. A Thanksgiving bull was given on Thanksgiving evening in Brown's hall. About 30 couples participated: and all seemed to enjoy themselves, going home rejoicing. A dramatic club has been formed here, and, we understand, will give a play in the near future. The club is composed of some of the best talent in town, and will doubtless make a success of it. The much talked-of literary club will be organized soon. We don't see why we can't have a club and help pass away some of the long winter evenings in this way. This town possesses some excellent talent if it will turn out and work. Valley Centre Letter. I. It. Wadsworth spent Thanksgiving at home. John Makelitn was presented with a young republican voter recently. Mrs. Leonard, of Brown City, is vis iting at home for a few days this week. (Jeo. Dafoo Is homo for a few days looking for men to go north to the lumber woods. Chas., Brown has returned from a sea-faring life to the quiet pursuits of home for the winter. Quite a number of local sports took1 in the party at Drown City Friday eve. All report an enjoyallo time. . Repairs haye been made recently to the school building that will bo doubly acceptable now Unit winter is hero. A tjoeiiil for the beneiit of our pastor, Rev. Rowe, Fiid.iy evening, 12tli. inst., at tins home of Mr. Muir. All are cor dially invited to come, and. besides feasting the inner man amusements will bn provided winch will help to pass the evening agreeably and pleasantly to all. The Mnplo Valley tp. ditch is pro gressing slowly becausu of tho water in tho swamps. When completed It will be about three miles long and will be of great value to the township, as It drains land that when put under culti vation will yield as abundantly as any in the county. Bhabbona Letter, Fall plowing is about finished for an other year. Our blacksmith is getting all the work he can do. J. II. Atkins has returned home from his recent visit with friends in Ontario. The latest novelty in our village is a full fledged photograph gallery. They take good pictures. Mr. Clark has returned to Ontario to remove his family here on to the farm he recentlv purchased. Mr. Guy narrowly escaped with his life recently, being kicked by a horse while unhitching it. He was insensi ble for some time, but is recovering at present. Our merchants are doing a good bus iness. Altogether times seem to be good; still we want a good flouring mill; one that will not take the grist and leave the toll. Mr. Craig, who buried his wife about a year ago was married to Mrs. Franks who buried her husband last spring. The boys serenaded them for two or three nights when lo! and behold! Mr. Craig came dowe with $2.00. Mr. Editor: Your . correspondent thanks you for the copy of the McKin iey bill, although it arrived after the el ection. I too would advise the farmers everywhere to study it carefully, so as to be able to cast their vote for the right two years from now. I say again study with care so as not to have to lis ten to political orators who care not what they say so long as they gain your vote. To Farmers The undersigned has a full-blooded Berkshire boar for ser vice on his farm in Speaker. T. P. Collins. ITEMS FROM PROSPEOT HILL. Editors : Cooper, Efferick, and Darcy. Motto: Work to win. We all enjoyed our holidays. Another new picture this week, a moonlight scene. S. G. Bettes spent the afternoon with us Tuesday. Quotations from Tennison this week. The new scholar this week is Simon Mclntyre. Nina Moore missed school Monday. The teachers report a good time at the institute. Having completed the amount of work specified for tho fall term, and written the examination, the general history will not resume work until the beginning of the winter term. Grace Barrett has left school on ac count of ill health. Adda Palmer is back to school. The small boys are using the side walk for a toboggan slide. Our janitor had his face cut by a stick of wood, and looks as if he had been in a prize-fight. The cold weather obliges us to take the plants home. The windows look bare without them. QUERIES. These queries are part of the work of the high school room this week: 1 What is a patriot? 2 Why was slavery more profitable in the southern than the northern colonies ? 3 Why did many villages spring up in some colonies and few in others r 4 Why were slaves not taught to read and write? 5 What is meant by the expressions, "Taxation without representation is tyranny"? "Every mans house is his castle" i 6 What is it to be guilty of treason ? 7 Was Major Andrea a bad man ? Why did not the kind-hearted Wash ington save him ? 8 What relation has rhetoric to gram mar? 9 What is the value of criticism ? ANSWERS. a One who looks on the dark side of every question. No 6 Rank Imposes obligation. French, c Manufacturies. news-Daoers. loner term of peace, the knowledge of other literature, and the choice style of the authors. d Annual plants live one year: bien nial, two years; perennial, year after year. e Ijongiellow. The following is the roll of honor for the first and second primary depart ments. First Prim Laura Bowman, Alice Landro, Rose Taggart, Ella Grinnell, Clarica uohecn, Herbert Morrill, David Eshleman, David Brown, .lane Perkins Neutie Smades, Sara Bettes, Earl Pratt Bert Landro, Ed Blackford, Mattle Ow ens, Ethel Weston. Second Prim. Charles Andreae, Louise Andreae, Dolphie Andreae, Amanda Bowman, Ilerbie Eshleman, Maud Hennessey, John Henry, Bertha Heath. Floyd High, Thomas Hillock, Gennie McArthur, Ethel Owens. Luth er Perkins, Edno Scott, Chancey Stev ens, Bertha Robinson, Leo Tomlinson. COUNTY COLUMN. Dr. Jarred Kibble, a well-known and highly respected citizen of Port Huron, died last Monday morning. It is said that there will be a 850,000 depot built at the C. & . T. Junction. Port Huron will be connected with it by a nice little dummy. Major Mcllwain say ho is not in fa- vorof annexing Port Gratiot if there is any opposition there, lie believes it will beneut that place more man L'oit Huron. Russel Wade, who has pained the graces of the people as deputy county clerk under Mr. Warn, will continue in the same of.iee under Michael Ileid. Mr Iteid in beginning well. Mayor Mcllwain. of Port Huron, in sists that the city sshull have something to say about the telephone poles there. Every pole must be approved by him, and permission to place It given. Wm. Drooks, ol Port Huron, entered tho waiting-room at the ferry-dock oti tic Dlack river, and stole some clothes. He skipped to Sarnia where he was Im mediately taken in: and is now spend ing tho first part of an eighteeu-months sentence. How's this? Here are three old men, all of them over 00 years of age, who testified at the Watson inquest at Fort Huron that they had been drunk all day. Their names were, Michael La hey, Samuel Joiley and Maurice Pow ers. A part of them did not have suf ficient money to pay for a nigut a ioa g ing. Last week on Wednesday night there was a good deal of excitement in Port Huron over the death of Joseph Wat son, a young "bum" of that city in a saloon row on Huron avenue. Watson, it seems, was well filled with fire-water when he went into the saloon. A few more drinks made him quarrelsome. He attacked an old man named Morrij Powers. Together they rolled down a cellar-way. Powers was not badly hurt, but Watson was knocked insensible. A doctor was summoned and he was soon restored to conslousness. He re mained about the saloon for some time and feeling somewhat better the bar keeper Michael Doran offered to take him home. He started, but says Wat son thought he could go alone so left him. He turned into the alley back of Frank Goldle's store. There he was soon found again, badly bruised and bleeding, by the officers. He was taken to the police-headquarters where he soon died. It was at first suspected that there was foul-play. After a thor ough examination of witnesses, how ever, the coroner's jury have decided that his death was by accident. LOCAL, MARKET REPORT GRAINS. WHiAT-per bushel: no. 2 red, 90; no. 3 red, 85c; no. 1 white, 90c; spring:. 75 to 80c. Oats per bushel: 42 to 45 cents. Barley per cwt. $1.20 to 1.40. Hay per too: (7.00 baled. pEAS-per bushel: 55 to 75 cents. Beans per bushel: $1.25 to 1.75. Buckwheat per bushel; 85 to 0centg. Rye per bushel ; 65 cents. CoRN-in ear; 25 cents. Cloveb SEED-per bnshel; 13.50 to $1.00. VEGETABLES AND FRUIT. AppLKS-per bushel: 80 to 80 cents. Turnips per bushel: 25 cents. Potatoes per bushel: 50 cents. ' Onions per bushel : 75 cents. Cabbage per dozen heads: 85 and 50 cents. Cranberries per quart, 10 cents. PARSNiPB-per bushel; 25 cents. Carrots per bushel ; 25 cents. Pumpkins 5 cents apiece. Squashes 8 to 10 cents apiece. Celery per bunch: ft cents. POULTRY AND MEATS. Turkeys per pound: 8 cents. Chickens oldstock, per pound: 0 cents; spring, 7 cents. Beef per cwt: $4.50. Pork perewt: $1.75 to 5.00. Veal per cwt: $4.00 to 5.00. Mutton per cwt: 6.00 to 7.00. Lamb per cwt: 8.00. FARM PRODUCE. Butter Good only, per pound: 1, cents. Eoos per dozen: 20 cents. Honey per pound: 121 cents. Cheese per pound, 9 and 10 cents. GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY To buy your Goods for the Holi days from a largo and well-selected stock, now open Right at Your Door. Send in your Mail Orders now, as the quicker they get here the better we can fall them, and the larger assortment you will have from which to make your selection. Inexpensive Presents Are. Innumerable this year. Oyer 12,000 Handkerchiefs ON EXHIBITION. HAVS YOUR MAIL ORDERS INU C.G.MEISEL&BRO. One Price Dry Goods House, Port Huron, Mich. The Fall Campaign ! Politically, has already opened, and candidates for fat offices, lean offices, honorary offices,and offices of all kinds, are thick and persist ent. Wo are not in the held pol itically, but in the lino of (arpetsi Draperies and Wall Papers We shall wage a strong fight to hold our legitimate place of being at the head in our particular lines, We certainly keep the largest stocks in all the above lines; we have tho largest and finest store; we aro leaders in styles; we guar antee goods as represented and Our Frices Tell tho Story Of our large and growing trade. New fall goods arriving very day. Come early and have the first choice. J. A. DAVIDSON & CO., ().? and DOT 31 Hilary Street, 3?or-b ri-iaroa. 2ich.. EDUCATIONAL. rpnosK imviii! cliililicii to c.lnciito should I scinl ii Knst;ii en nl fur :i rnpy of tin' Krhicji- tion.'il numix-rot tlic 1 1 1: rt . t.i and lr: ir.vTr-.it onnlaiiiiii'riiuiKMiiHTiiit'lits sni-l iulvci tiseiiicnlH of tlicU'.iiliiiusi 'liooNaml col Icrs of tin- country. Address MO.YITOUT Jt CO.. I'hiciuiiitti.O. I IT T B XI IT ATI01TJ3.ri POUT HURON, MIC117 The best equipped HiiHiness College in the West. For circulars plvlnp particulars, address. J . K . OOODI EH. President . INTENTS OJITlIKIt) Itt V. K, f ill bit fort-lgii cotiotrlf. i initiations mailt, Li cns mad ftmtfrnLirnts drawn. Inninmpiits procutd lu ftllVttlrral court. Advlr nd pam phleUfrr. Hcisntlflo t port validity pinions tvan. MOiuoaaiamqiiirM. fcrtablUbwl A. !. lHtt. Tdiw-d. . ST OniirraM Mire HEAT MARKET. HOLDEN BROS. having lately purchased and re fitted the meat market (known as the Merritt stand) are prepared to lurnish at reasonable prices all kinds of Fresh and Salt Meats, Sausages, etc. The highest cash price paid for Dressed Flogs, Poultry and Hides, Parties having Fat Stock for sale will do well by giving us a call. I have located In tho Masonic Building and added a large and complete stock ol Bedroom Suites, Sofas, Tables of all Kinds, and In fact everything kept In a first-class Fur niture store, nnecuti attention given to nciurtt Framing. UNDERTAKING. In this line we are prepared to furnish COF FINS AND CAHKET8 at reasonable prices. Free Hearse. Embalmingpromptlyattendedto FRANK LANDRO. Yale, Mich. A MERRY XMAS To All, A Full Line of CHRISTMAS GOODS ! at the BAZAAR Consisting of Plush Albums, Work-boxes. Jew el and Handkerchief Cases, Odor Stands, etc. Jewelry in the latest designs, and Toys in end less variety. A new lot of Ladles' and Child ren's Underwear, Corsets, Mittens and Hosiery. Call and look them over and you will find prices satisfactory. MXIS- TAYLOR, . Masonic nulldlng, YALE. MICH. B, ROLLINS & HODu'lNS, Dealers In Fresh and Salt Meats, HAMS. SAUSAGES. &c. YALE, St. Clair Co., MICH. Oysters and Game in season. We are prepared to pay the Highest Cash Market Prico for-IIID&S. THE YALE BRICK YARD. 1 mile north and t mile east of Yale, 1 I have a larce quantity of first class red brick for sale cheap. Those in need of the same should call on me. ALBERT NEAL, Prop'r. IL Stephen Tratt's Steam Boiler Works. (Established 1805.) Manufacturers of High and Low Pressure and Steam Heating Boilers of all kinds, Pinoke Pipes. Breadlines, &c. Old boil ers taken in exchange for new. Rivets, Boiler Plates and Holler Tubes for sale. Corner of Foundry street and Michigan Cen tral Railroad track, DETROIT, MICH. 8r STALLIONS for SALE. The understKiied has two well bred Clydesdale stallions, rising three years old, which he will sell at a very reasonable llgure. Parties desiring to iiureh.'ise should call at once on tho farm east of the village. LKVI MORRKJi, Jr., Y ah, Mich. Tho POLICE GAZETTE Is the only illustrated paper In the world con taining all the latest sensational and sporting news. No saloon keeper, barber or club room can afford to be without it. It always makes friends wherever it goes. Mailed to any address In tlie United States, se curely wrapped, M weeks for $1.00, bend nve cents ror sample copy. RICIIAKD K. VOX, Franklin Square. New York city. can b mrnrd n t onrSKWIInfofwrk, mplilly nnd hmmriibly, by I how of It her . v mi up: nr n'lcl, nnd in their wn lnrlilli-.,licreirer their llv. Any on run ilo the ivmk. rnv to Intnl. Wt furnith rvprythlnjr. Wn tnrt ynu. Xo risk. Vnu nn rtrvnt your ,pro moment., (r nil your tlrnn lo the work. lhi I. iiii rtitiruly iii'W lend. in, I l.rin lt- uomleifiil ueeeBMnrvrry w orker. Heirlnner, n ciirnltiir fin.u tf-jr, to 50 per week miil'm tnU. nil more niter Hill nt.erlrnre. We ran fiirnl.h jou the m.i- filovinetit (ml tench you I HKK. No irinr to vntilnin hnrr. I un iifornmtlon Utr.K. 'VIZ I' Ii ct; ! ., At ill &TA, 3I.II.U.. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. Send 55 cents for a copy of my NEW ILLUS TRATED CATALOGUE of Sporting, Athletic & Gymnasium Goods, The l'lnest r.vcr Issued. Frnnlvlin S. junro, - New York. fr''.''r-J", ,'..' ,'' '.il'l'o. jV.'l'l'. 'lo'l. l'h. h'o! ,''' i (-.., . m hnr- nr.' i'..ln-.-ii M. V. by 1 i ' V'v- t - ii' - inn ..mr :.!. I 7 i - . . ;. V..II.HII.I.. Il,.-rki.lll 1 (TSr y . v.": I ,.-, v her. ver ,i.t: me. : !- i'O'v Vvl 't' ie.'-r inily rntnlutf f on i lo L. T v i.( 0 nml t.iit vnti. I mi ..rti In -pure lltn V i or ml Hie miic. Itlir im.nr, I', i "rk- C ''. VA 1 I ii'or lilikpown pii.o.r th-l-l. N-;w noil voi,,.. i'i,l. I'ni-iienl iii.fr.v. tl.Itiili. l.L '.., Kov k-i (IhikI.M uln GENERAL J01WER. Buildings Raised and moved. Stone mason work a specialty. YAI.E MICH. Uitc hell's Belladonna Plasters. Endorsed by every physician as a sure cure Tor Pain or Weakness In the Ili-east, Side, Rack or IJmba also for Liver Complaint, Weak Lunrs, Conghs, Colds. Asthma. Pleurisy, difficulty in breathing, Ac, in all of which cases they giva relief at once. Sold by ail Druggists, or sent by mail for t$ cents. ssovity riwstar worn, low 1 1, mw. GEO. GOUGH, UNDERTAKER -Axn Funoral - Director. A full assortment of Collins, Caskets liurial ltobes, etc. An elccaut hearse furnished free. - A - SPECIALTY. PHOTOGRAPHING. Cabinet, Panel and Card Photographs executed in the latest and most artistic manner. Tlu types taken. TO FARMERS' THE MichiganFarmer BDSDIESS PAPERJOR FARMERS ! 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Sample copies mailed free. Address. New York Illvstrateo News, Broadway, New York City, J. Keeps constantly on hsnd a large and complete stock of Ilotca. .Dusters, I have on hand and for rale the let erudi tion Powders in the world forhoiit Kcnd tattle. WALLACE, - - YALE. No more ItaWwr ShoM rn! '"i vv.as u:1cr.i;'f.-:-i. '; t'ebt, the -coxcnESTrr." r.r;:i;r.r. co. mrtlt all thHr ror wlh In'o of licol lined with mbtKT. This rlln.' t the U;OJ S-iJ liul h rubix-r from mici intf o:T. Call f'ir Oie 0llchetr,, "ADHESIVE COUWTCRa." AT IlETAIL BY Boice & Waterman, Hoi den & War i eg; D, Mills, W. H. Palmer, D. G. Williams. YaOX-E, - - MIOIX. EASIEST 11 Wll J L fcp"f"AND THE CHEAPEST, WALLACE Pi Ar H & If Mn of this'