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Expositor jAS.A. MENZIES, Publisher. In the Best Interests of the Community ia which we lire. FOR THE RIGHT AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. . . - 1 ..... . . , - , ; : , ..Tr:, .... - ... " ,,- v Vol. IX. No. 31. YALE, St. Olair County, Mioh., FRIDAY, DEO. 12, 1890. Price: $1.00 per Year. nsrow (HI 1 AY WHAT THE PEOPLE WAHT A Large Stock of Goods to Select from. Rock Bottom Prices. First-class Goods and Honest Treatment. We are here Prepared to Fill the Bill to the Letter. IN EVERY PARTICULAR. Our Dry Goods and Notion Department is Full. We have just purchased a line of samples in Gent's Silk Mufflers and Ties which will be sold at one-third less than value. Great Big Bargains In the Shoe department. Full Stock of Heavy Rubbers. Our ten Dptiii is Fill of Fresh Fancy Groceriesfor the Holidays. Choice Teas and Coffees. We are Yours Respeotfully, HOLDBN & WARING. We are Friendly with All ! Bl n u We have added to our NOTIONS, TINWARE, Etc. marked and sold lower than ever before known in this vicinity. Our tock ot general merchandise i still complete and we arc offering somn Special Bargains in Boots and Shoes. Groceries down fine. Good Butter and Eggs wanted. Respectfully, Bo MIIULSo LUTZ BLOCK, TH E EAP CAS OP- ' JohiiDolScKeitlio OUR TRADE t ... 4i.. wliinh is cvidenco that our customers and the public in eneral appreciate our efforts to furnish the Host Goods for the Least Money. nicloiiowiii& un I nU4U:n Tho 15 popular black Cheviot Suit only 1 1.00. The 111 UIOIIIIiISl 20 fine black Prince Albert coat and vest only $15.00 Men's wool suits from $5.50 to 12.00; $10; Heavy Overcoats reduced to $3; Our line of Candcoand Boston Rubber Boots and bhoes is complete and arc being sold at Rock Bottom Prices. Ask for our Set. Cotton Flannel and 5ct. Prims, a bargain. An immense line of Notions and - n.. cinnAa iiiai. rprvf( fnr t.h ft winter trade. Call on us and convince yourselves .Tow with any person, dui give an a WnTTftnna block. - the IBM S Inli If In stock a fine line of YALE, MICH. H STORE Hoys' wool suits from $1.50 to Hoys' Overcoats from $3 to 7.50. that wo do business right and don t equara uu J. D- HcKoith, Yalo. YALE BANK, ot 11. It. NOBLE. Responsibility $75,000. Conservative, Ito.sponslble and Sellable. Alllluslness Strictly Confltlcntlal. (Sood Notes discounted. Ceitifleates of Deposit Issued and 5 percent. Interestallowed where money remains 3 months. Money to loan on Ileal Estate at 7 and 8 ner cent. Interest. F. & P. M. E. R. TIME TABLE. In effect Dec 1st, 1890. A.M. r. M. . f:2'J 7:: . 11:55 7:00 Trains Kast Depart Trains West-Denart YALE'S INDUSTRIES, THE MACHINE-SHOPS OF MKXEUKY UllOS. AND FIIED. CUllUlKli. 0011 KEN & YOUNG'S rUUMTUKE FACTOUY. We have been six weeks in telling the story of the industries in our thriving village of Yale. We had hardly realiz ed before the exteut of our business. Hut now wo may be more able to com prehend it. Far a village, whose age hardly reaches a decade, our develop ment has been wonderful. We sprung upas it were in a night, but our lite promises not to be proportionally brief. Un the contrary we are growing with a substantial development. Our differ ent brandies of industry, though young, still promise to attain considerable dimensions. They are all substantial. In addition to those we have already mentioned there are still others which we will mention in this article and with it close this series. One of these is MENintEY IJKOS' FOUNDRY. The foundry itself is an old pioneer in this locality. It was built in 1870 by Ell'erick, Uurtrand and Smart. These gentlemen ran it together for a while and then sold to Smart. Smart after wards sold back to Efferick & Uurtrand. Then John D. (irinnell bought out Mr. Uurtrand in 1880 and the foundry re mained under the management of Elle rick & (irinnell until 1885. At tbat time John 1). (Irinnell purchased the entire property and has run the found ry ever since, up to within a few weeks when it was renteu to Menerey JJros., the present managers. Under these energetic gentlemen the business has received a new impetus, and is now busy in every corner. They have reen gaged the molder, employed formerly by John D. (.irinnell, Andrew Jackson, and will continue that part of the busi ness as -usual. THE SHOPS. Although the buildings are not very commodious, they are fitted up with every convenience for foundry work. The moulding-room, however, is capa cious, and capable of turning out all sorts of mouldings. In addition there is a blacksmith shop, over which the Menerey IJrothers preside, and which does a large business in general black smithiug. Mr. John Uaxler has rented a part of the building and will conduct the wood-working part of the business. THE rilODUCT. The principle specialty of the concern is the plow they make. Large numbers of these are turned out annually and distributed among the farmers through out this section. A great number of plow-points are also disposed of yearly. Altogether, we may say, the concern is a neucleus for a large implement manu factory which we hope may rise in our midst sometime in the future. The en ergetic proprietors have our hearty sup port and congratulation for their pres ent success. However there is still an other machine shop in the village which makes considerable pretensions, and promises .to be a factor in the busiuess community. This is cuhjuek's machine snor. This shop was not built until last July. But since that its business has continually grown. It is fitted up with every macliine for iron working; and is admirably fitted to do all sorts of work which may come within the sphere of a machine-shop. Fred Cur rier, the obliging proprietor, himself sees to most of the work, and vouches for its thoroughness. In connection there is a well-equipped blacksmith shop, over which John .Jardiue at pres ent presides. .Mr. Currier's prospects .are surely briglit, and to say the least, the shop promises well for the village in his hands. THE FUltXlITUltE FACTOUY. Coheen & Young have just built a furniture factory" in connection with their furniture store. The machinery has been set up but for a few days, yet they are now doing much work. They have every thing in the wood-working line, saws, lathes and planer, and at present .are prepared to do anything in custom-work, although they have not yet begun on their regular work. They intend to make all kinds of furniture of the cheaper sort, as bedsteads, side boards, milk-stands, tables, etc. Al though it is early still to make prophe sies, we are nevertheless confident that under the management of its two ener getic proprietors the establishment will in time attain to considerable di mensions. In such an industry there is hardly any limit to the prominence it may attain. We sincerely hope Messrs. (Joheen and Young will find our augury true. . OOUNTY COLUMN. A. Kaufman, of Capac, has secured a patent on a mower. (Jeorge VanOrman, of Brockway, has been granted a pension. Fort Huron claims to have built 8100, 000 worth within the past year. 810,000 was paid for the Rush proper ty in Fort Huron; which sold six years ago for 80,500. George Colden, of Avoca, has invent ed a gate-fastener, He will soon begin its manufacture. David Akred, of St. Clair, is progress ing favorably after a critical surgical operation which threatened to take his life Mrs. Oel Uowen will soon pay the penalty for her assistance to James Fel ett in his murderous assault upon old man Ilarrar. There is a divorce epidemic in Fort Huron. Mary Fitzgerald asks for a divorce from her husband John Fitz gerald, and Lena G. Foster from (Jeo. Foster. The members of the fire department of Marine City are trying to make a raise of some new uniforms with which to parade the steeets during tournaments next summer. Three car-loads of Swedes and Nor wegians passed through Fort Huron last week skidaddling from the Indian outbreaks in Dakota. They are going back to their homes in the Old Country. Ileury Avery of Fort Huron has been allowed 82.000 by the circuit court for injuries received from a fall on a de fective side-walk in that city. The ac cident occurred in 1881; ana the injuries are claimed to be permanent. An ap peal may be made. Those politicians down at Fort Hu ron are all worked up. They want the C. & G. T. management to feed their cattle and re-ice the refrigerator cars in the United States, i. e. in Fort Hu ron. J Jut it don't cost as much in Can ada. Labor is cheaper. And now the greedy people of Fort Huron are all worked up because there is a possibility that the C. A G. T. rail way will locate its depot at the Junc tion three whole miles from the city. Why, the kind organization is making allowances for the city to grow. Deputy County -Clerk Ulagborne, of Marine City, i3 in trouble, lie has been indicted for issuing naturalization papers to one Charles Edwards in Oc tober and dating them back to May. The law provides that the declaration shall bo made six months before elec tion. A woman in Fort Huron by the name of Mrs. James Dowers thought to make away with her daughter's baby. She took it to Sarnia and placed it on the door-step of James Lucas' residence. However she became rat tled and left her pocketbook in the basket also. The pocketbook was soon restored to her and a hint given that it would be good for her to take care of the baby. Three more big damage suits are docked for the term of the circuit court. C. F. Farr vs. the city of Fort Gratiot for injuries received while driving on its streets, 10,000; the friends of Matt Wilkie, of Clyde, who was killed by being thrown out of a wagon on the streets of Fort Huron, against that city, and the relatives of Joseph Watson against the bondsmen of Morrison, the saloon-keeper. GENERAL NEW 8. The drama "The Hough Diamond" is soon to be given in Lexington by local talent. Edward It. Credie, an esteemed pio neer of Lexington, died on Sunday the 23d ult. Fhillip Willet, of ML Clemens, was found nearly dead from heart disease in a barn. He was beyond medical assistance. Fhilo Ilutton. of Attica, accidently discharged his gun while out hunting and received an ugly wound in the arm. Sanilac county has some very econom ical officials who curtail all expenses except those for their own service which the obliging increase. There are hunters up near Caseville who are shooting all Kinds of game; farmer's turkeys taking the place of wild turkeys and cows instead or deer. Sargeant Norman B. Ganger, chief oftne State weather service at Lan sing and an old Romeo boy. will make the weather during the World's Fair at cmcago. Wna. Kosso, of Mt. ClemeaiB, had jus butchered his hog and placed it in the cellar. Hut during the nigiit another hog c;une along and stole it all save the head ana leet. There are some very smart little boys down in Jlomeo, who tfiougnt to have some fun by playing the ghost act. They frightened the horse C. U. Sikes was driving and Mrs. Orman Hopkins, an old lady who was riding in the buggy, was very seriously injured. The buggy was a complete wreck. Sectionman McLean, of Minden City, is obliging, and thought to give Miss Dertha llice. a teacher near where he works, together with one of her pupils Nellie Wilson, a ride. Nellie Wilson evidently became dizzied and fell off in front of the car. The car passed over her arm, crushing it and cansing other serious injuries internally. The shock threw Miss Hiceand Mr. McLean olT. lloth were badly bruised. Miss lllcc's injuries are serious. Two sharpers, Henry Deschampsand James Little, as they gave their names stopped at the Halpin House, Rich mond last week. During the night Deschamps was found walking suspic iously about the house, and was promptly locked in his room after his retreat. There the Marsh.il found him well suppled with other peoples cloth ing, lie was lined 810 and cost the next day. Afterwards Deschamps' real name was found to bo Den ware, and ho is an escaped convict from the Ogdenburg prison. Ho Is stopping in the Richmond jail. Wood Foh Sale. I have for sale any quantity of dry wood at from 81.25 to 81.40 per cord. J. D. Pals ley. 23 GREAT DISPLAY I 1 All kinds of Christmas Presents arriving daily. Come early and make your selections. New Dress Flannels, Silk Warp Henriettas, All wool Cashmeres in all the latest shades. Ileautiful Spreads and Mantle Drapes $1.00, 1.25 and 1.50. Wo have just opened 25 doz Latest Stylo Silk Mufflers and Handkerchiefs which will bo sold at a bargain. omelliing Very fine in linen Camask and Napkins for Holiday Presents, SPECIAL SALE 100 odd pairs of 2.00 and 2.25 Shoes, 100 odd pairs of 2.50 and 2.75 Shoes, 50 pairs of Men's coarse and fine Largest and best selected stock be found out bide the largo cities. CLOTHING- Our stock of Ready-made Clothing is the most complete ever carried by any Yale clothier. Special Prices on every garment this month. Great variety in Hats and Caps. Headquarters for Gent's Fino Furn ishings and Ladies, Gents and Childrens Underwear. Choice California Cannod Goods just opened. New Raisins of all kinds. 500 pounds of mixed and stick Candy at only 10c per pound. All kinds of mixed Nuts, new at only 20c per pound. New Fresh Groceries of all kinds have just been placed on our shelves. 200 ROIIs JUST OIPS1TEID UP. ran T0"VE : : A Grand Display. YALE, When in town and wish to look at a Fine Line of General Merchandise call at PALMER7S We haveust received an elegant lino of Dry Goods which we will fell at prices to suit the times. We also have a handsomo lino of Suits and Overcoats at PRICES That will make you happy. Wo have a first class lino of Boots and Shoes that lead them all in style, quality and price. Wo A PRE THE Headquarters for anything kept in a general stock. Remember wc give a handsome and valuable present to every person trading 125.00 with us. Our prices are tho LOWEST. Our stock tho newest. Call and bo convinced as wo will bo only too glad to show goods. W. H. Palmer, ale, - AT J- k wATMMAiTS. ON FINE SHOES. at only 1.69 at only 1.08 Uoots at Cost of Ladies and Gents real fine Shoes to I of wall Paper pon- MIOH- - aiciac.