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GRANT IIOLDEN & BOO
Good value for your money Is our motto.
Recently located among the many ratronn
Yale aud vicinity
Ana dm rip; aemrous or a snare or tneir patronage
Now iane pleasure in caning 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 wo handle.
& our cigar line is complete
Both in variety and quality.
R member our line of Perfumeries consist!
Of elegant and costly varieties.
por Aches and Tains and ailments
Of all kinds we have the cure all
Remedies in Patent Medicine.
Don't forget the place, in Wells' old stand.
U read this, if in need of anything lu our line
Give us a call and
See McKeith's new adv.
Mrs. Al fieri Young died last Wednes
day of consumption.
S. L. lilnklev lias built sm addition to
his residence at the rear.
Cyrus Robinson is making numerous
improvements about his home.
A. McGregor now occupies the house
Henry Ohmer sent a deer which had
been shot, down to his friends here last
Persons having dressed hogs, poultry
or game for sale can get the highest
prices at II olden JJros .
Itobt. II. Menerey has moved his
Household enects into his new resi
dence on Mechanic street.
w anted. uood correspondents in
Peck, JJlaine, Grant, .leddo and Zion.
write the Expositor at once.
Dr. Xey has been somewhat indispo
sed for a part of the week, and unable
t to attend to his large practice.
Postmaster John I). Jones has been
very sick since Monday. Monday night
his condition was quite critical.
The Thanksgiving ball in Central
Hall last week proved one of the most
pleasing social events of the season.
are informed that V. J. Tuffield,
who was once a baker in this town, has
re-engaged in the business in barnia.
There will be services next Sunday
in the JiricK church, in the aiternoon
at 3 o'clock and in the evening at 7 o
Ihe Expositor will be sent free to
one person in each school district, who
will send a regular weekly correspond-
Mrs. Taylor is offering some great
inducements at the mzaar. Her stock
is quite varied. Notice her change of
The Imlay City Times has just passed
us wuiu. uuuiuiiy. ULWiinsuiiiuuig
its youth it is hale and hearty; and has
an appearances or maturity.
Lewis Bow has a full laundry outfit
which he will sell cheap. He wishes
any who would purchase to call first
and see him. 18 vv 4
We have on hand 100 hoods at prices
ranging from 50 cents to 81.50 which
we will close out at 35 cents.
W. II. Palmer.
The new brick ware-house of C. And
reae & Sons has been finished and will
doubtless fulfill all their expectations.
Cha3. Michaels built it and it does him
It is not necessary to call vour atten
tion to Holden & Varing's new holiday
ItUljVUUVttliVIJV Alt VUfc VUlUIUItili VIA
will be sure to see it. It has a good
word for you.
QntintinAOmunr in nnr nnlnmna am
Hums or wounds should be attended
to carefully, especially in cold weather.
"We would recommend Salvation Oil for
such cases. All druggists sell it for 25
cents a bottle.
Mr. Iludie, who resides on the Ovens
farm near here, died last Sunday at the
ripe age of 73 years. The last twelve
years of his life he has spent in this vi
cinity, lie was buried on Tuesday.
J. A. Thompson and Frank Miller,
both of Port Huron, were in the village
on Thursday in the interest of the Fra
ternal Order of Home Protectors, hav
ing in view the organization of a lodge
On nf th most nnnnlar firm in nil
Port Huron among our people is that
. of (J. (. Meisel & Uro. They are always
1 most accommodating and their stock
.is complete. Notice their new an
nouncement. During the pleasant weather which
.we enjoyed last week business in the
Tillage proved decidedly active. Wood
rushed in to supply the lack, and farm
ers hnsiprl t.lipmsrdvpn in hrlnrrlnr t.hfdr
grain to market.
The standard-bred trotting stallion
Chenucket, 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.
A pleasant party assembled last
Thursday night with Miss Jennie Palm
er in honor of Miss Lou. Chamberlain
wh- is at present sojourning here. All
leajoyeil themselves and departed with
many good wishes to their generous
hostess nnd her guest.
As usual Michaels' ball, which we
had scanty time to notice in our last
issue, proved a big success. Mr. Mich
aels can congratulate himself on his
ability to get up a good public dance.
The music by Perkins orchestra of
Lapeer was well appreciated.
. "I use Ayer a Cherry Pectoral freely
in my practice, and recommend it in
cases of Whooping Cough among child
ren, having found it more certain to
cure that troublesome disease than any
other medicine I know of". So says
Dr. Bartlett, of Concord, Mass.
C. E. Patterson has moved into the
The Indian remedies, warranted the
same as sold by themselves, for sale by
urant iioiuen aim uro.
Itch cured in 30 minutes by Wool-
ford's Lotion. Never falls. Sold by
urant lioiden & uro. druggists, l aie.
Did you notice that fine head of hair
at church last Sunday r That was Mrs
B . She never permits herself to be
out of liairs nair ltenewer.
"All alone, unheard, unknown he
makes his moan" in a fifth-story bed
room. The reason is obvious, he is
suffering everything with a cold and
hasn't got a soul to step across the
street for one small bottle of Dr. Bull's
"At last, I can get a good square meal
without its distressing mer was the
grateful exclammation of one whose
appetite had been restored by the use of
Ayer s Sarsapanlla, after years of dys
peptic misery. A teaspoonful of this
extract before each meal sharpens the
A new system of train orders went
into effect on Monday at the same time
as the change in the time schedule.
What is called the "double-order sys
tem," which is the universal system
on nearly all roads in the country, was
adopted instead of the two-order sys
tem in use before.
Last Tuesday evening the Yale Com
edy Company was organized, with the
purpose of giving a series of entertain
ments. Ihe following otlicers were
elected: Prof. J. O. Cnnnell, musical
director and manager; II. Billrnan,
stage-manager; Grant J. Mc Arthur,
secretary and treasurer.
Anti-slang societies are becoming
quite the "proper caper" this winter.
A person is supposed to be "in it" and
to hold a "cold sinch" among "the peo
ple" if they can "catch" a membership.
But nevertheless, it is quite necessary
to be "tacky" and a plenty of "stulf ",
because some "smooth little birdings"
ire "on the wing .
Our estimable townsman W. II. Rol
lins, we are informed, ha3 purchased a
meat market in Gladwin, lie. in com
pany with Bert McDonald who will as
sist him in its management, left for
that place on Thursday. Though hop
ing we will not lose Mr. Itollins per
manently, we still wish him every suc
cess in ids new venture.
English Spavin Liniment removes all
hard, soft, or calloused lumps and blem
ishes from horse3, blood spavin, curbs,
splints, sweeny, ring-bone, sprains, sti-
iies, and swollen throats, coughs, etc.
Save 850 by use of one bottle. War
ranted the most wonderful Blemish
Cure ever known. Sold by Grant Hold
en A: Bro. druggists, Yale.
The change in the time schedule of
trains on the F. .t P. M. railway which
went into effect on Monday should be
noticed. Ihe first train m the morn
ing, going ea3t leaves six minutes
earner than usual. The next train
going west leaves live minutes earlier.
Ihe first train at night, going west,
leaves just one hour later. The last
train, going east, leaves two minutes
On last Tuesday an interesting case
was brought before Justice Merrill. It
was the case mentioned in a previous
issue, ot horse stealing, in which John
Mcintyre. of jjynn. is criminated. The
trial was not finished Tuesday, but was
adjourned after the testimonies of Geo.
King and David Brown had been taken.
Great interest is felt in the matter in
Lynn, the place where the matter
If you intend to subscribe for any
paper by an means come to the Expo
sitoii oince nrst. we can give you
club rates and save you money. We
this week announce another addition to
our list. Wo will give you the Mich
igan Farmer for one year (81.00 per
year) and the ExrosiTon (81.00 per year)
ior oniy yi.ou m auvance. saving you
20 cents per year on the subscription.
jiememuer aiso our oner or tne .Detroit
Echo, a first-class eizht-Daee weeklv.
witn tne expositor lor 81.&0.
A couple of nimrods started from
this office last Thursday morning at
about 4 o'clock for a big hunt in the
woods near Lynn. They had seen a
dead rabbit and felt inspired with
the hunting craze, this accounts
for their actions. Well, they started
without a minute's sleep throughout
the night. However they assured us
that it would be a "cold day" for rah
bits. They allowed themselves a mar
gin of 30 altogether. It is needless to
say that they "failed to connect."
John "Ward and company returned
on Tuesday from their hunt in the
woods above Saginaw. They proved
exceedingly fortunate. Thirteen deer
were shot altogether, not countintr the
two which Rodger Welch shot a few
weeks aaro while he beloncred to the
party and which he brought home with
mm. six were brought home at this
time. One in particular was as fine a
specimen as one often sees. They have
been absent about one month and
should feel anrnlv renaid. the fun not
counted, of which they said they had a
The Flint & Pere Marquette Railroad
Co. would respectfully call attention to
its Railroad line which now extends
from Detroit, Toledo and Port Huron
across the state of Michigan to Luding
ton and Manistee on the shore of Lake
Michigan; and to its lino of steamers
from Ludington and Manistee to Mil
waukee and Manitowoc, Wis. The
construction and equipment of these
lines are Strictly First-Class in every
particular, and the management solicits
of the travelling public at least a trial,
teeiingthat the service given will in
sure a continuance ot patronage. The
Genhrtd Ollices of this Company are lo
ated at Saginaw, Mich.
Dr. Geo. F. Hunting, the President
of Alma Colleore. snoke in the M. E.
hureh last Monday evening before a
full house. Since we have so few leet-
uers iu town it is to ba regretted that
it could not have been managed so that
the whole public could have had the
benefit of both lectures. Dr. Hunting's
subject was "My Hoy niut My Girl."
Temperance was his theine and he
treated it in a most original manner.
His Rimple yet earnest delivery appeal
ed to the heart of tho listeners. His
lecture was divided into two parts in
accordance with the subject. He first
spoke as for the welfare of "My Boy",
searching out the best good for every
mother's son. In the second part, he
spoke more directly to the girls, in an
appeal to them. The lecture was touch
ing and instructive. We hope Dr,
Hunting will speak to us again soon.
A suit that creates considerable in
terest has recently been commenced bv
Miss Maggie Moffattof Brockway town-
snip agamsi uustavus wnc and wife of
Greenwood. Mrs. Wilt and other heirs
of George Moffatt, deceased, executed
a are lease to Maggie Mofiatt of the
homestead, she having always remain
ed at home and cared for her parents.
Since the lease was made Mrs. Wilt has
riled with the Register of Deeds a deed
of the homestead made twenty three
years ago, which was not signed by the
wife, and she now claims title to the
entire estate. Harvey Tappan, as At
torney for Miss Moffatt, has filed a bill
in Chancery and has secured an injunc
tion restraining further interference
with Miss Moffatt's rights. Wilts' in
terests are cared for by Dr. Gowan.
On Monday evening the public listen
ed to one of our old villagers who is visit
ing with his family here after an exten
sive tour throughout the east and west.
Mr. Bettes described very vividly his ex
periences, which varied from the grave
to the ridiculous, and narrated very
graphically bits of history connected
with the different places at which he
stopped. He mentioned his visit to
Pittsburg, Harrlsburg, Alleghany City,
and other cities in Pennsylvania, be
sides numerous places history has made
sacred. Bradock's Field, where Carne
gie's Iron Works are now situated, the
uonemaugh vaiiev and others. Per
haps the most interesting part of the
address was the speaker's experience
on the prairies. lie described the fa
mous ghost-dance, his acquaintance
with Sitting J sull and the cow-boys
Altogether the lecture was most in
structive and amusing. Mr. Bettes
will speak again next Wednesday even
ing.the 10th inst., on the tonic Labor,
The address will be given especially to
labor organizations and wage-workers.
X full house is desired.
TLc l-'lrst Step.
Perhaps you are run down, can't eat.
can i sieep, can i uuiiit, can t uo any
thing to your satisiaction, and you
wonder what ails you. You should
heed tho warning, you are taking the
first step into Nervous Prostration.
ou need a Nerve Tonic and the Elec
trie Bitters you will hud the exact
remedy for restoring your nervous svs
tern in its normal, healthy condition.
Surprising results follow the use of this
great .Nerve Jonic and Alterative
lour appetite returns, cood digestion
is restored, and the Liver and Sidneys
resume healthy action. Try a bottle.
Price 50 cents at Grant 'lolden & Bro's.
Default having been made In the conditions of
uinortuiiKc, dated April 17th, 18K!, and recorded
in tlieoillce ot the reirister of deeds of St. ( lair
county. Michigan, in li !r r7 of mortnaes. rmire
on April 2'tli, 18s:i, at 2 o'clock 1'. Al., execut
ed uy iieiiry n. iWi'iriuunu .Julia A. Aleriitt, UM
wife, to Norman Lucia, whereby the power of
sale in said inuitsajjo has become operative, and
iiere is claimed io in one at date Hereof the sum
of One Hundred ami Ninety-four Dollars and
Kijility-tluvo cents (l!1.8.!) of principal and in
terest ami, in tnmmoii, an attorney ice oi iiHecn
dollars 15.) Notice Is hereby given that said
mortgage, will be foreclosed by a sale of tho
mortgaged premises at public auction to the
highest bidder at the front door of the City Hall,
iu tins city of Port Huron, that being the place
for holding the circuit court of said county, on
January loth, is:ti, ut one o'clock in the aiter
noon. to satisty tne amount due on said mortgage,
together with costs of this foreclosure, no suit or
proceedings at law or iu equity having been in
stituted to recover said amounts.
Said mortgaged premises ant described as fol
lows as shown by said mortgage: The north
half (1) of the south-west quarter U) of the north
west quarter (1) of section two (2) town eight (8)
north ot range (14) east containing twenty acres
ot land more or less. NORMAN LUCIA,
Hated this 7th da v of October, 1W0. Mortgagee
llAUVKV Tai'I'.vn, Att'v lor mortgagee. 22
Default having been made in tho condit ions of
a certain mortgage dated August 2th. lws.v and
recorded in theollice of the Register of Deeds
of St. Clair county, Michigan, in liber 4.1 of Mort
gage on page 41, on August 22nd, 1885, at l:.to,
p. in., executed by John D. (Jiinnell and his wife
iceoecea wrinnell, w hereby the power or sale In
said mortgage has become operative, aud there
is claimed to be due at date hereof the sum of
tour hundred and ten dollars mid ten cents
(4l0.10)of principal ami interest, and iu add!
tlon an attorney fee of fifteen dollars (15).
Notice is hereby given that said mortgage will
ne iorecioseu Dy a sale oi mo mortgaged preint
scs at public auction to the highest bidder at the
frontdoor of the City hall, in the city of l'nrt
Huron, that being the place lor holding the Clr
cult Court for said county, on Nov. (ith, isuo, at
oneo'clcek p.m., to satisfy the amount 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 reeover said amounts
Said mortgaged premises are described as fol
lows as shown by said mortgage: Iots numbers
thirty-eight, (38) and thirty-nine (.) of block
number five (5) or tho village of jsrockway Cen
tre, (Mary White's addition),' together with
buildings, machinery, and tools belonging to
Dated this 4th day of August, 1HM.
HARVEY TArPAN, Mortgagee
Attorney for Mortgagee.
Notice Is hereby given that the sale of tho
above described premises as advertised Is here
by postponed from the (ith day of November at
1 :00 o'clock 1. M. to Monday tho 22d day of Dee
ember, 18!H), at 1 :00 o'clock 1 M. at tho place
Dated this (Jtli day of November issio.
jusr.ru . r KICK,
Attorney for Mortgagee.
OTICR OK BALK OK ItKAL K8TATK.
State of Michigan, county of St. Clair, as.
In the matter of the estate of John Naals,
deceased. Notice Is hereby given, that in
pursuance or an order granted lo 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. I). 18M, there will be sold at
puoiic vendue, to inenignest Didder, at the store
of W. H. hallentlne In llrockwav, lu the comity
of St. Clair, in said State, on Tuesday the 20tli
day of January A. D. 1801 , 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
seven m norm oi range fourteen (14) east. Said
sale will be for cash. HKNRY OUHSMAN,
J. VV. Avkky, Administrator of the estate
Att'y for Estate. of John Naals deceased.
) ROll ATE ORDER.
State of Michigan, county of St. Clair, ss
At a session of the Probate Court for said
county of St. Clair, held at the probate ottlco in
the city of Port Huron, on thnRtli dav of October
In the year one thousand eight hundred ninety.
Present, John L. I'.lack Judge of Probate.
In the matter of the Estate of John Wales.de
ceased. David Moore having tiled his linal ac
count as administrator of said estate, It Is order
ed that Monday the 22i I day of December, isiio,
at ten o'clock In the forenoon, at said Probate
OMIee, be appointed forbearing thereof, ami it
Is further ordered that a copy of this order be
pu!ilish"d three successive weeks 'uevioiis in
said day of hearing, in the Wk.kki.v Expomtoh
a newspaper printed and circulating In said
county of St. Clair. JOHN L. It LACK.
(A trite COIIV.I J. 4 (if l'ilint,.
Atkinson, V am k ft Wolcott,
Attorneys for Estate,
)koiiatk Nnnrrc rem hrauino c laims j;k
Slate 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 17lh day of November A. D., 1h:hi, pIx
months from that date were allowed for credit
ors to present their claims against the estato of
Henry R. Mcrrltt late of said county, deceased,
and that all creditors of said dcens(Ml are requir
ed to present their claims to said Probate Court,
ntthe Probate oflice, In tho city of Port Huron,
for examination and allowance, on or beforo t he
isth day of May next, and that such claims will
be heard before said court, on Monday, the Kith
day of February and on Monday, the isth day of
May next, ut ten o'clock hi tho lorciioon of eiudi
of those days.
Dated, November 17th, A, I), tsno.
Dhakk ft (Jim.ktt, JOHN I.. RI.ACK,
Att'ys lor Estate. 2JM Judge of Probate.
MY FRIEND, Tho season
be a pleasure to take a drive and
u iwu (j ii uitiiu wiiu u mil miu ui
and Side Sprinsr Styles : T
SPECIALTIES FOR THIS SPRING-:
Fountain City and McSherry Broadcast Seeders ; Empire Grain
Drills Rochester ; Farmers' Friend and 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
EST" Call and see mo whether you want to buy or not, and examine this wonderful machine of feteel, and
the other farming machinery in mv mammoth warehouse.
JAS. H. MOORE, - Yale, Mich.
HENRY 0OELLE & SON.
Successors to O. H. NIGGEMAN,
Dealer in Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
School Books, Stationery, Blank
Books, Plush Goods, Etc.
AT LOWEST CASH PRICES.
Oak Tan Farm Harness,
The best hand made harness In the market.
Write for prices of
Klndo of Harness.
tsr"Mall orders Riven prompt attention. I
ll more harness at retail than any other dealer
In the state.
308 Huron Ave.,
Four trips per week between
Detroit, EVIackinoc BsB'd,
Tetoskey, Tho Roo, Marquette nnd
Lake Huron Ports.
Every Evening between
Detroit and Cleveland.
Sunday Trips during J line, July, August
and September only.
OUR ILLUSTRATED PAMAIILLT
Hatesand Excursion Tickets will he fuml.died
ly your Ticket Agent, or address
E. B. WHITCOMB, G. P.A., Detroit. Mich.
Detroit & Cleveland Steam Nav. Co.
PORT HURON, MICH.,
Is the right place to have your wants
wpplicd in Dry Good, Chilling,
Boots and Shoes.
Ladles' Spring Wraps and Summer earments
is coming now when the mud will be
in order to duo if you are not already
, " V i , r w i.
...v.w... vuiiiuiuauuu Jouuie uarri!io-.
which, upon examination, is pronounced by everyone
IN NORTHERN MICHIGAN.
All kinds of twisting and turning in iron. Machines of all kinds re
paired in short order. BLACKSMITH SHOP in connection. Horse
shoeing and repairing a specialty. Bring in your old machines and
have them put in running order. I will also carry a stock of Currier
farm tools and repairs. 5r"Shop opposite S, O. Welch & Son'a mill.
F. P. CURRIER, Jr.,
River Street, near Seventh Street Bridge, Port Huron.
I would invito all about to build or needing work in my line to
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Stair Rails
Window and Door Frames, etc.
I have the largest and best equipped mill in this pet-lion of the Stato
and can supply anything manufactured by wood-workers.
Builders are requested to send for a copy of my Illustrated Cataloguo
and Prico List.
KB. TAYLOR, - - PORT HURON, MXCB,
CITY BABBLE AO GRAB 0
Dealers in Foreign
Buying direct from quarries, in large lots, wo aro in a position to
give our customers the lowest possiblo prices consisteut wjth first class
workmanship and the best material. Beforo placing your orders with
other dealers it will pay you to inspect our work and prices.
Please remember, our new salesrooms and factory aro now located
on uuiier sireci wubl, opposite me
N. B. MAHLON BEARSS,
.11 1 1 1 1 Ml 1
iu orders piaccu wim mm rui navo
a thinrnf i jh 4i...
supplied you vrll 'require a Carriage.
Utt.B&lei Brewster, Timpkin, Elliptic
to be a DAISY.
and Domestic (Jianite and Marble Monuments, Tab
Mantles, Grates, Tiles and Cut Building Stone.
japiist cnurcn, 1'ort Huron.
Yale, Mich., is our authorized
our prompt attention.