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Remain," U ; ; IIfauy IIudsox, of the James Smith Woolen Machinery Co., Philadelphia, who certi fies as follows: fart "Anions the ,7 fii $?t many testhnoni- which I Hce FY UkUjai v win -J tain medicines ? p e r f o r m I n r curt'H, cleansing the blood, etc., noiK! impress mo more than my own case. Twenty year a;;o, at the age of IS years, I had Kwellinjis come on in y legs, which broke and became r u n -ning sores. Our family phy sician could do ...n-'lifliiP mo no good, and it was feared that the bones would bo affected. At last, my good old J SYIother Urged Rie to I ry Aycr's Sarsaparilla. I took three bottles, the sores healed, and I have not been troubled since. Only the scars remain, and the memory of the past, to remind me of the good Ayee's Sarsaparilla has done me. I now weigh two hundred and twenty pounds, and am in the best of health. I have been on tho road for the past twelve years, have noticed Ayer's Sar saparilla advertised in all parts of the. United States, and always take pleas ure in telling what good it did for me." Aye i rs arsapaniia rrcpared by Dr. J. C. A jcr & Co., Lowell, Mass. Cures others, will euro you WANTED. A KKPRESENTATIVE for our FAMILY TREASURY, the greatest book ever offered to the public. Our coupon system, which we uso in selling this great work, enables each purchaser to get the book PltKK, so everyone purchases. For Ids first week's work one agent's profit Is $168.00, another $136. A LADY has just cleared $120for ber first week's work. Vj give vu exclusive territory, and pay large commissions on the sales of Nub-agents. Write at once for the agency for your county. Address all coimnunieation to RAND, McNALLY & CO.. Chicago. - Meat Market - We are at the block pleased to greet our customers with nil the Plain and Fancy cuts or Tull weights and first-class quality guaranteed. Cash paid fpv Stock and Hides. GEO. YOUNG, Prop. Holiday Goods of Beauty are a Joy Unequalled! I have a full line of holiday goods in new and attractive styles at prices lower than ever. o-o-o-o-o- German knitting and Spanish yarns, underwear, mittens, velvets and su rah silks in all shades. Chenille curtains and table covers in ar tistic patterns. Mrs. Taylor, YALE, MICH. Boots I Shoes ! Oar Fall Stock Is JSl'ow Complete. One of the Largest and Uest Assort- ments of LADIES' AND GIRLS AND BOYS SCHOOL SHOES, AND MEN'S BOOTS, all made of first-class stock. Thankincr the citizens of Yale and vicinity for the long patronage re ceived, we remain, BESPECTrVI-iT, Fitzgerald & Co. BlacksmitWng. Carriage Painting, Trim ming, and Wood Work of Every Description. "We have secured the services of a first class blacksmith and are prepared to do your Horseshoeing, Iron Work, Tire betting, and everything in this line on short notice and at reasonable prices. Ji. CALL CSLICITED. A. P- Bowman. The Weekly Expositor. Friday. January 5, 180-1. 4 THE CHRONICLES OF CROVER. I. Now, in the first year of the second reign of (.rover, whoso surname i.s Cleveland, there arose a great clamor and outcry about certain islands of the sea; for in times past the ruler of those i la ml was a queen who was a harlot, and the people thereof waxed wroth because ot her wickedness, insomuch that they roso up against her and took the government from her. And when they had given the gov ernment to one of their own number the chief men of the islands went down into a ship and sailed for Amer ica, where benjamin, a wise man then ruled, and they told Henjamin of all that had been done; and Henjamin gave ear unto them, and when they asked that he might take the island's and make them a part of his own country, he said, "Verily, these islands are a goodly heritage; thev are pleas ant and irmtful, and 1 will take them in." So, straightway hi wrote a message unto the Senate and sent a treaty, that the Senate might agree unto it. 11 L'ut it came to pas9 that in the eleventh month of that pamo year the people elected (irover to lo ruler, be cause they thought anybody would do. nd alter l rover was crowned lie also sent a messago unto the Senate, and said, "Keturn to me tho treaty which Henjamin hath sent you, for I ukc u nor, anu win not ici you rainy it, because it is not good." So the Senate sent the treaty to (Jrover, and ho called in unto him u alter, his rrmie Minister, whom the tribe of lieujamin had cast aside. And (Srovcr said unto him: "What shall I do so that Henjamin shall not prom ny me gelling or inese isianus : Fori urn not the ruler of this land; and am 1 not set on high to show the people the right way" When I laugh do not the Democrats also, and when I grieve do not the Mugwumps so, and when 1 trow n do not all the people tremble?" MKut this Henjamin I despise; for he hath gotten to himself great glory by this thing, and if I follow him, then will all the people say, Lo! he follow eth Henjamin.' Tell me, Walter, what is meet to do, or by the great hcrned spoons, oif comes your head." lnen waiter trembled, and drew near, and said: "Let not my lord Grover be troubled. If thou hatest Henjamin, do not I hate him more. Hath he not snubbed me and cast me down? Wherefore now let us conspire against Henjamin; let us send unto these islands Hlount, the Georgian, to spy out the land and see if perad venture he may be able to show us a way out of the hole." Ill Now Grover was well pleased, and he sent for Hlount, and when he was come, he drew near and kissed Grover on his second chin, and Grover was more tickled than ever, and gave him ten dollars and a ticket to the land of Honey Lulu, and a letter of intro duction to Lilly-wocky-lany. And when Hlount was gone Grover called for wine and was exceedingly glad, and he danced and sang "Wait 'fill the Clouds Holl Hy" in such a loud voice that the hired girl thought the palace was atire. And it was so that it happened as Grover wished, and his spy reported all those things which he had been sent to do. Then did Grover send an Ambassa dor, whose name was Willis, to those islands, he sent a letter to the chief ruler thereof, and another letter to Lilly-wockv-lanv; and the letter to the chief ruler did Willis have in his right hand, and the letter to Lilly did he have in his inside pocket. And in the letter to the chief ruler he professed friendship, and in the letter to Lilly he said: "Henold, now I am angry be cause you have been abused by Henja min and Stevens. Get theo up now and make ready, for I shall by my own servants restore thee; tor am 1 not Grover, and who shall daro to stand before me?" IV Now, when these things were known, all the chief Itepublicans were exceed ingly angry, and the Senators said: "Who is this Grover, that he taketh it upon himself to make war, and to set up thrones, and to tear down Repub lics? Let us say unto him: 'Come, now, Grover, show us thino hand. Tell us all thou hast dono in this business, and that right early.' " So Grover. fearing lest he should too much provoke the people, eent a message unto the Senate, telling some of the things he had done about the islands, and making excuses for him self. Hut the message pleased not the Republicans, nor the Democrats, nor any one, Bave those who were of no party and no faith savo Grover's. Then Grover, after ho had sent the message, he called unto him Daniel, his chief consoler, and said unto him: "Daniel, thou seest that I am in a deep, dark hole. Yea, I am soro pressed. I am beset behind and be fore, and mine enemies give me no rest neither day nor night. There is Kecd and Houtelle. and iloarand Hill, and Dana, the meanest of all, Oh, if I could but set down on 'em, Dan, then would I squeeze 'em hard! I'd show 'em where the Constitution wag then, Dan. Now, Daniel, console me. Sing to me, or givo me ft drink of something warm, Dan, lest I euccomb." Then Daniel set forth to hnd somo succor for his master. Money to Loan. Six hundred dollars on good im proved farms for four or rive years. Apply to John w. Uccd, lale Midi. cure ror rieaaacne. As a remedy for all forms of Head ache Electric Bitters has proved to be the very best. It effects a permanent cure and the most dreaded habitual sick headaches yield to its influence. "We urge all who are aflllcted to procure a bottle, and give this remedy a trial. In cases of habitual constipation I.lec trie Hitters cures by giving the needed tonic to the bowels, and few cases long resist the use of this medicine. Try it once. .Large bottles only fifty cents at urant Jioiden x uro s. drugstore. What We Do At School. Editors Pearik ani Fa k km ax. LOCALS. Mr. Goheen called at tho high room Tuesday. . Hessie Grandy visited in Miss Darcy's room Tuesday. Miss Darcy has three new pupils; Mrs. Drummond, one. Wo are all back again after a pleas ant vacation of a week. The tenth grade have begun the study of Michigan history and Thy siology. The senior class have taken up American Literature in the place of Macbeth. In connection with this study there will be reading from the Library. Tho new pupils in tho high room are Laura Haxtcr, Kate Grant, Lowa Go heen, Wesley Cavanaugh and ltobert Scott. All the seats in the High School Kooms are occupied. How shall those who come later bo accomodated? JULSTI0NS. 1 What nation considered theft a virtue ? 2 Who was "Little Hoot"? 3 Who was styled the "King of France"? 4 Who was "Queen Hess"? 5 "Who was tho ''Little man in red stocking"? quotations, To-morrow iuhI to-morrow and to-morrow, Creeps in this petty pace from day to day To the last syllable of recorded time, And all our yesterdays have lighted Fools the way to dusty death. Out, out brief candle! Life's hut a walking shadow; a poor player i nai sinus ana ire is nis nour upon me stage And there Is heard no more; it (s a tale Told 1)V an Idiot, full of sound and lurv Signifying nothing. Shakespeare. Ah, well I for us nil some sweet hope lies Deeply hurled from human eves; And In the hereafter auucls may Koll the stone lrom its grave away. The rank Is hut a guinea's stamp, The man's the gowd for a' that. Hums. FARMERS' INSTITUTE. Through the etl'orts of Daniel Foley, president, and John War k, secretary, of Urockway Centre District Ag'l So ciety, the residents of Yale and vicinity will have the pleasure ot listening to the following excellent program, Mon day and Tuesday, January mm ana sun: MONDAY AKTKHNOON 2 O'CLOCK. Address of Welcome. ..Jan. MeCall, President of Villain of Vale Response C. S. King, Thornton. President 1'raver Music Paper.."! mprovenieiit of Our Cultivated Plants Prof. W heeler. Agricultural College Paper . ... "Home Adornment" airs.i. j. mug, mormon. MONDAY KV F.NINO 7 O'CLOCK. Music (Question l'.ox raper "weamcr .service Prof. K. O. Kvans, Detroit. Paper "Actlnomy Cosls" (Lump Jaw) J. II. Stevens. V. S.. Vale. Painrr "Stomach and Its Abuses" jr. ueorge i . jiaie, juempms. TUESDAY MO It NINO 9 O'CLOCK. Prayer Music Question Ilox l'aer "Minis tonne farm Prof. Tatt. Agricultural College. Paper "The Thinking Farmer" Thomas Dawson, Memphis. Paper "Iiutter Making on the Farm" Miss Sarah McKenzie, Kinmet. Paiior "Tile Draining" S. S. baton, Memphis. TUESDAY AKTKHNOON 1 ;30. Mu.sic Question Pox Uaper t orn culture Prof. Mumford. Agricultural College. Paper "Protlt In Sheep in Comparison with other Stock or Crops" Daniel Foley, Alt. Salem. PajKT "Krrors in Horsemanship" tieorge v.Jving. vaies. TUESDAY EVENING 7 O'CLOCK. Music Jucstiou l'.ox Paper "Farm Home Heading Circle" Prof. Mu in ford. Agricultural College. Paper "Household Fcononiy. or How to Man- ige Housework " .Mrs. in. Mason, AenocKee. (icuciHl discussion following each paper. C. S. Kino, Will II. Cowan, President. .secretary. Bonesteel-McNutt. Helow we give a list of the presents received by the bride at the wedding of Fred Uonesteel and Dcna McMitt, De cember '2oth, lS'J.': Moses Heeteo and wife I-irge lamp Jake Witmer Set Silver tea spoons H. C. Mason Salt and pepper castor Kohert Murray and w ife Set glass dishes John C. F. Dohrinan....Set of silver tea spoons Mr. Honcsteel and wife.. Salt and pepper castor Mr. Israel Clemlnsund wife Napkin rings Miss Maggie Paer Pair linen towels Mrs. J. W itmer Set class dishes Joel Ingalsbee Set sauce dishes Al West and wife I-arge parlor lamp Mrs. ii. . Mason.. nutter Kime ana picKie iorK Koland Mason Silver sugar spoon Levi Toman and wife Set of knives Mrs. A. Toman Talr linen towels Mrs. James Hooesteol Table cloth Mrs. Ceorge Murray Hocking chair Geo. Murray Lamp A. Toman Butter dish lohn Princle Syrup pitcher Mrs. John Hrewster Hocking chair Willie Prlnule Toothpick holder Jennie McNutt Cake plate Mr. Prlngle and wife Set of dishes Miss Anna Dudley Pair linen towels J. Slough and wife Silk head rest Jake Toman and wife Toilet set Dissolution Notice. Yale, Jan. 1st, 1894. Xotice is hereby given that tho part nership heretofore existing as Waring & Welts is hereby dissolved by mutual consent, (Jeorge W. Waring continuing the business, who will collect all debts duo said firm and pay all debts owed by said nrm. u. w. waring. yu u. A. wens. Improved Chester White Hoar. I have purchased of A. II. Warner, Clinton county, a Chester boar which will be for service at my farm 2 miles north and 1 miles west of lale. 11ns pig is a model of perfection. I still have tho lodd boar. lhe Chester mako more pork than any other breed m same time, t cc, ?l.uu spot cash, zl u. I). V ALDoarn. NOTICE. To whom It may concern : Merchants, dealers, and others aro hereby notified that my wife, Hannah A. Spring, has left my home without lust cause or provocation; tnat l am willinir to provide for her at my said home, ami that I shall pay no bills contracted by her and charged to my account. 32-4 John Srnixo. Dated this 12th day of December, 180.1. Bucklen's Arnica Salvo. Tnre Best Salvk In the world for Cuts Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Ilheum over Bores. Tetter. Chapped Hands. Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup tions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required, it is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. a or sale py urant iioiden & Uro. 21X1 8jS Again to the Front With an elegant stock of Holiday Goods and at Prices that will sell them. We have the most complete stock of Fancy Goods this side of Port Huron. Below we pive a few of our goods: Bibles, Testaments, Photo Albums, Toilet Sets, Collar and Cuff Boxes, Handkerchief Cases, Manicure Sets, Shaving Sets. Work Boxes, Smoking Sets, Perfume Sets, Photo Frames, Fancy Mirrors, Jewel Cases, Celluloid Novelties and in Sheets, Scrap Albums, Autograph Albums, Cups and Saucers, Vases, Shaving Cups, Toys, Dolls, Lamns, Mu sical Instruments of every description, Purses, Card Cases, Bill Books and Shopping Bags. Car Watch and Clock Department is Full and Complete. Give us a call before you buy elsewhere. We will save you time and Money. No trouble to show goods. We engrave, free of charge, all goods bought at our store. C22Z Call .. Doelle & In a Stew Your wife will be if you fail to call at our shop and secure a nice turkey, duck, or goose for Thanksgiving Dinner. We will have a complete line to select from, at lowest price. Meet us at our block when in need of Meat. YALE MEAT MARKET, Holden Bros., Props. Dry Goods, GROCERIES "When you are wandering about town looking lor good goods at low prices just drop into the corner store one door north of Wallace's harness shop and you will find a large and well sel ected stock of Dry Goods. Groceries, Crockery, Glassware, Notions, etc. Remember that our Boots and Shoes are the latest styles. We are sure we can please you. D.G.WILLIAMS !0( fiTTftl Is still at the front 1 You can relv on itl It never fails to perform a cure 1 :Di.BS a w i is sold by all dealers f or2c Dont be misled. If a dealer often you some other "just as srood," insist on retting trie oia reiiaDi ur. ouu ton Syrup. S9 iumuim mc gwvu. PUCUJ LANCE'S PLUGS, Tht Grist Tebtcc IrMLYl AntldeU I Prlct 10 CU. At all tfulera. BLACKFORD & SON, Are prepared to contract for all kinds of Mason ry In any part of Michigan. Maton-work Such a Krlok-layln&.Rtone-lavliiR and riimtcrtng done on short notice and at reas onable figure. J-'mi Loads of Jewelry. early and avoid the rush. THE UEM !" Manufactured by W. Manufacturer and Dealer in Buggies, or rigs to be louna in M. uiair county, worth your while to look us over whether you wish to purchase or not. Just received an immense Stock of Carriage and Wagon timber and material. COMPETITION". At the Old Stand, TIME TABLE. In effect November 19, 18'J3. WKST. STANDARD TIM K. EAST. 30!) 303 .STATION'S. 302 j 308 l'.M. A.M. IA A1U "'A.M. 1". M. 4 15 u no I'ort Huron .1000 8 45 5 10 55 Yale 9 10 7 so 5 35 10 17 llrown City 8 47 7 '11 5 fw 10 35 Marietta s :io 7 10 6 0.I1IO 45 Clifford 8 1) 7 00 fl 'jo lt(K! Mayvlllo 8 o-j 4j 0 4'Jll'Jl Vasar 7 42 Bit! 7 20! 12 05 Saslnaw 7 10 5 50 7 m!ij a; Ait.liay city i.v. an r 20 MA IV LINK RANT I-eave Satrlnaw 12:1!5 P. M. Arrive at Flint 1 m v. M., Holly 1:4") v. M., Detroit 3:30 v. M., Toledo 4:48 l'.M MAIX MNR WKST Leave Satrlnaw 4:43 r. m. Arrive at Midland 5:28 I". M.,Mt. Pleasant 7:00i. m Clare 0:28 v. m., l'Zvart 7:22 r. m., ueea uuy 7:50 1 m., isaw wln 8:50 r.M., Lmlinuton 10:00 r. m., Manistee 10:30r. M. Connecting at LudliiRton with Steamer lor Milwaukee (during the season of navigation), making connections for all points West and Northwest. Sleeping Curs between Day City, Saginaw and Detroit. Drawing Knont Cara between Manistee, Sagi naw and Detroit. Connection!! made at Port Huron and Detroit In Union Depot for all Points South, Canada and the KaKt. For further Information see time tabic of this Company. W. II. Haldwix. Jr.. W. F. Totter. (len I Manager. (ien'I Supt, A. "atkiauchk, Tramc Manager. General Office, Saginaw, Fast Side, Mich. F. A. GRISWOLD. Aecnt, Yale. Subscribe for tbe Eipositor. Presents ! Bon, H. Harris, Brockway. Carriages, "Wagons. The finest display - Brockway, Mich. Geo. G-OUGKH Undertaker and Funeral Director. A full assortment of Coffins, Caskets, Burial Robes, etc. Two elegant hearses free of charge. 0 ZCmba.lmisir- cu Specialty Pllhllior Pnnpl On. I for. I Tl.ntirrnnla Av- ecuted iii the latest and most artistic manner. XIII IYOC3 UlKeil. FREE M fiOO worth of lorely Mulo for FT thill contln of 100 paens IV .full l!M Sheet Miuioof thebrlnht wit, llvellMt and memt popular ftrlecttont, both vocal and tnitrutnontal. gotten up In tha moat prant manner. Including four larae tlie For. tralta, gotten up In tha moat elegant man tier, !.! CARMENCITA, tha Spanish Dancir, PADEREWSKI. tb Crtit Pianist, ADELINA PATTI and Mrs. DION BOUCICAULT. ADbMMS ALL OltDKBS TO THE IE1T TOM MUSICAL ECIIO CO., Eroadwat TKfatr Building, York City. CANVARKERH WANTED.