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STATION' CONFECTION DRUGS. r WALL PAPER, Window Shades. Our stock is complete in all the dif ferent lines and we are selling everything at rock bottom prices to salt the hard times. lii-nn in uid SHU us and von will be convinced that we have everything that can be desired in the Drug ana Sundry Line. Choice Perfume. Try a bottle of Queen Uess and you will use no omer. -Clothes, Hair and Tooth Brushes of all descriptions. If you have a cold or the grippe try a bottle of Tine Root Cough hyrup. TTovi as "Wlco t 6. HOLDEN & BRO'S. A BIT OF n HI fl M Y j U li U ill 1 When it isn't false economy, counts up in the long run. Here's a chance. After looking and thinking and sicratchlncr our heads we've made up our minds that we've too large a stock. That's why we're making a riddance sale of tho too much goods we've got. Investigate these economy prices: MEN'S SUITS Men's Suits. Wholesale Trice 810.00. Our Price ?G.OO Men's Suits. Wholesale Trice 812.00. Our Trice 7.50 Men's Suits. Wholesale Trice 81G.0O, Our Trice 810.00 IisOinats Men's Overcoats, wholesale price 7 Our Trice $4.00 Men's Overcoats, wholesale price $8. Our Trite 5.00 Men's Overcoats, wholesale price $12. Our I 'rice $7.50 Men's Overcoats, wholesale price $1(5, Our Trice $10.00 Don't wait for us to give you any more figures but come to our store, ex pecting the biggest bargain you ever got and we will not disappoint you, LJipr & Sons, Leading Clothiers, Tort XX-aroa., EXPOSITIONS. incidents and Accidents In and About Yale. Now write it 1894. .Son IJlashill the Jeweler's adv. in this issue. linhert M. Lothian has been on the tick list the past week. Mrs. L. H. Armstrong has been very hick with lagrippe this week. Mr. Webb is "very sick at the rest jIphpp of his daughter, Mrs. Jacob Vancleif. Wo are sorry to learn that Father p.n' wife, of Clyde, is very sick. There is little hope of her recovery Call at IJallcntine's store in the Doelle IJlock on Saturday this week and examine the stock and get prices. nn not forcet Trof. O. li. Stureis' singing class in the T.nck Chapel next Wednesday evening t u i-j Everyone invited. When the scalp is atrophied, or finny-bald, no preparation will retoro tho hair; in all other cases Hall's Hair llenewcr will ftari a growtn. Attend the public installation of the It II. 1. M.JlllUl 1.. " 1. i'l. UIIIWUS Ul Michaels' hall thi (Friday) evening Lots of oysters and a good program. If, when crossing a railroad track, vn pa a train approaching at thirty jniles an hour get out of tho way as noon as possible, wnen inrcaicncu with chronic rheumatism or catarrh, i.ror'a KurHatvirilln nersisfpntl v o,i nn'tiontlv. and the danger will roon pass away. Ann Arlior has an editor who trium ,nntiv announces that ho has made i,itt iwn misstatements during his irmmaliatic career, and those were the ic.iH nf Insufficient information. It i understood that he has received an ofl'crtoedit the Heavenly Messenger Tublic InstHllation nd Ovstcr Supper At Michaels' Hall. Yale. This evening. Everybody invited. Chas. Montney is on the sick list this week. Mr. J. A. Merritt has been quite 6ick for the past two weeks. Mrs. John Mack has been Buttering the past week with la grippe. Alex Lowe and wife have been sick the past two weeks with lacrippe. Grant's Iialsam, the great Cough cure, always in sight at CJrant Iloiden & Iiro's. Miss Martha Cloud, evangelist, will begin special meetings at M. E. church Sunday, January 7th. About twenty of the young folks en joyed a very pleasant evening at the home of J. 11. Francis last Friday. Kobert Drysdale has sold his inter est in the Jackson Baloon to Vanslyke 15ros., they taking possession last week. William McMartin was m Teck last Tuesday and sold Jacob Ci rimes & Son a heater and pump. The job will amount to $210. J. A. Davidson & Co. advertise a January clearing pule at which they oiler everv artic e in their store at a largo discount for cash. Clark Washburn died at his homo in lirockwav last week Friday at an ad vanced age. Mrs. Washburn is in a crirical condition at present. Advance Lodge. 110, I O O F will install officers at their hall on Friday evening, January 12. Every officer is earnestly requested to bo present. When vou visit Old Brockway be sure and call on Martin J. ltourke and examine his stock and get prices. His stock is complete, everything new and tresh. Elder 1. P. Drown will preach in the Disciple church next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock and evening at 7. The public is cordially invited to come out and hear. pig was brought in llolden Hros.' meat market one day this week with six feet, two extra feet perfectly form ed grew out from the fore feet, making a noyel sight. Kev. Terkins wishes to express his sincere thanks to iloiden i;ros. ior a nice fat turkey for New Year's dinner and T. It. Noble for oij pounds of Sil ver Spray Hour. . The general store of Percy William son, at Speaker, has been closed by his creditors. We hope his financial diffi culty will be straightened out and his business continued. What might have been a disastrous fire occured at the American House last Thursday night. II v prompt ac tion of the proprietor, Frank Cook,i the fire was put out. Strayed or stolen from the premises of David Sexton in Yale, a black collie dog. The tinder will be suitably re warded by returning him. Mr. Sexton values the dog very highly. Mrs. Joseph Duval died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Frank Kapler, in Tort Huron last week Wednesday. Deceased had been sick for some time and was "1 years old nt the time of her death. The prudent und provident mother makes it a rule to keep Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup m the house. She lias tried it before and she well knows that when her little ones have croup it will surely cure them. The members and friends of the Methodist Protestant church of North peakerwill meet at William Kettle- well's next Tuesday evening, January 9th, to accept articles of association for a new church in that locality. The makers of Dr. Wheeler's Nerve Vitalizer oiler all nervous sull'erers advice and consultation of the doctor free of charge. Inclose stamp to The J. W. Krant Co., Albion, Mich., or 42 DcySt.,Nev York. Ask Orant llol den l!ro. Iiallentine's store in the Doelle Block will be opened for business this week Saturday with a lull line or dry goods, groceries, boots and shoes. Call and take advantage of the bar gains ottered. A strictly cash butiness will be transacted. With a bottle of Ayer's Cherry Pec toral in the house, you have an ef f ective remedy for all sudden attacks of throat and lung troubles. An hour's delay may lead to serious con sequences. No household should be without this wonderiui medicine. Avoca Tent, 523, will hold a grand public installation and oyster supper in the M. P. church at Avoca on the evening of Monday, January 8th, to which neighboring tents and the pub lic are cordially invited. Major In. Boynton and D. P. Markey will be present. Admission free. Supper zo cents. Harvey Sparling, Eugene F. Law and Alex. Moore have formed a law co partnership, and will do a general law and collection business in rooms 14, 16 and 18 White building. The new lirm is composed of hustling young men and will no doubt make a success of their venture. Circuit Court Stenogra pher Ilobertson will occupy quarters with the firm. Tort Huron Daily limes. The entertainment given by the Catholic Sunday school on Monday evening in central nail was largely -ii .J - I - it i . 4-. i n auenufu aim uie proueeus, went toward purchasing a library for the school. The pragram was quite interesting throughout being under the direction and helping hand of Dr Toal, who though pressed by profes sional duties, did all in his power to make this the success it was. The management desire to thank the nco pie for their patronage, also all those who took part in the exercises. Next week Wednesday evening. Jan 10th, Trof. Sturgis will open his second term of singing school. All those who wish to join will meet nt the Prick Chapel on that evening. The meetings are to be divided between the difleren churches. Notice, of course, will be given when a change is to bo made Tho Professor will also open a juvenile class on the samo day at 4 p. ni. in one of the school rooms, if the school board is willing. Now is the chanco to receive some excellent instruction. Let everybody join and give Mr. Sturgis a I 'pi. i r; i : " .it for Yale, let all embrace thoopportun ity to improve their voices, "i ale has leen sadly in need of just this chance Let all who are in the least musically inclined be at the first meeting next Wednesday evening. Next Monday and Tuesday are tho ates for the 1 armors' Institute. School opened in each department of our graded schools on Tuesday after one week's holidays. Thomes Gaflney, living 2 miles west of Peck, is papa of a bouncing baby boy born December 22. Head what L. Higer & Sous, of Port Huron, have to say in their change of adv. this week. Bargains are offered in dry goods, groceries, boots and shoes at Ballcn tine's store in the Doelle Block. A very pleasant time was enjoyed by about 40 couples at a social dance held at Hotel do Martin Monday night. The plasterers aro putting the finish ing touches on the inside walls or Thomas II. Martin's new brick residence. D. B. McXair can savo you many dollars on iieavy clothing and over coats. Now is the time to buy. See his adv. Bear in mind the Public Installation of officers and oyster supper atAvoci next Tuesday evening, by Avoca tent, K.O. T. M. Your choice of ladies felt hats for 2" cts. All my stock of millinery goods in proportion. A tew nice hats lett. Mrs. James Brown. trank Lutes has opened a cigar factory in the rooms over William Easton's saloon. We wish Frank sue cess in this new enterprise for Yale. A meeting of tho Washington Land and Improvement Co., of Yale, was held in the Kapley Block on Wednes day of this week The company is ir a prosperous condition. Strayed into the premises of Andrew Staley in section .'52, Fremont, 2 miles south of Koscburg, four sheep, owner will please call, prove properly, pay charges and takeaway. Married at tho residence of George Ella, Yale, on Monday, January 1st, 18!4, by Ilev. W. F. Perkins, William W. Wire, of linlay City, and Anna Weaver of Maple Valley. E. II. Drake and family have moved to Lewiston, Montmorency county, where they contemplate locating per manently. Darwin Drake and wife moved to the above place some time ago. James McCall returned from Baden, Ont., Thursday evening. Ho has also been at Toronto looking after the in suranco policy of J. O. (irinnell de ceased. There is no possible chance to get anything. Strayed into the premises of John Amsley, 1 mile north and -) miles east of Yale, on or about the first of December, 11 sheep. Owner will pleaso call, prove property, pay charges and take away. o2-4 Cooks for hotels and restaurants ns well as for private families are fast setting down to the conviction that Salvation on is absolutely necessary for burns, scalds, and chapped hands and they show their faith by keeping it I. Makes an veiling Pleasanter. The long winter evenings, so enjoyable at home around the fireside, and in which ev erybody does the most of his year's reading, can be made happy or miserable because of A LAMP. A handsome hanging lamp, that gives a soft mellow light far better than gas will make everybody in the house more comfortable. We have some of the handsomest and best. Suppose the moon MiouUl cease to slilne, SunpoHc her "man" should any: "I vh been night-watchman long enough, I'll turn oil' every ray:" Would we regret the action of That chalky-fared old Mriiiiip? I guess not If he left us Just A single Hanging Lump. Hemember we are receiving a large uid elegant stock of Holiday Goods. Lothian & Beard. Hi? Want to get News ? all the latest Dl II A Ish to know what is go ing on in the town where you do your trading? YOD DO! on nam The firm of Waring & Wells, dealers n general merchandise, drugs, etc. has been dissolved, C. A. Wells retir ng. We wish Mr. Waring success Mr. Wells informs us that he will locate in some live town as soon as lie finds such a place. A young woman died at Jackson tli other day while out sleigh-riding from theetlects ot tight lacing. 1 he pre? has made the fact known all over th world yet tight lacing will continue because the world is full of youn women who have more vanity than common sense. Wo neglected in our last issue t mention the death of Father Joh Lynch, which occurred Monday, Dec th. rather Lynch had been charge of the Kcnockee parish for 1 years and was about (VI years of age lhetuneral on Ihursdaywas attend ed by an immense concourse of friends Of course tho following is charged up to a western editor, but it is a neat lit just the same: "If you have any thing you do nt want or can't sell, or anything the hogs won't eat, why in 1 thunder don't you bring it to the office and apply it on your subscription. If you don't read and have no use for the paper take the stuff to the preacher he comes next. Lothian & Beard have decided to conduct a strictly cash business on and after January 10th, 1894. A cash basis is the only fair way to do business. It is fair to the purchaser because he can get more goods for his money and many times he will go in debt for goods he could very well get along without. It is also fair to the merchant because he will have his cash to pur chase goods and save the discounts besides being able to sell goods on closer margins. It is better in every way and we believe the better way is tho one to pursue. Messrs Lothian & Beard w'sh each and every one who are owing them to call and settle either by casli or note at the earliest possible time. They feel thankful to the pub lic for past patronage and solicit a con tinuance of same. The Hapcall Comedy Company ap peared at the opera house Wednesday and Thursday nights before audiences of a good size. This company is com posed of ladies and gentleman who understand their business, and wo have had very few companies in this city that gave as universal satisfaction as they did. Mr. II. B. Mullaney, the comedian of the company, is a fun maker of rare merit and whenever he made his appearance on the stage was greeted by shouts of laughter. Mr. Charles E. Creed, as the drunkard, handled this difficult rolo in a superb manner, being especially strong in the del'rium scene. James Teed, as Simon Slade, gave a very finished perform ance, and is a singer and dancer with few equals. Guy Kouson, as Harvey Green, gave a smooth performance of a scheming gambler. Miss Dora Mit chell gave a good performance of a heart-broken wife, while Miss Mabel Bassett divided tho comedy with Mr. Mullaney. The singing of the Orion (Quartette was a feature in itself. The balance of the cast left but little to bo desired. Not tho leapt, though smallest artist in the company, Little Marie, who is but four years of age but who read lines like a veteran and who worked tho audience up to such a pitch in the death-bed scene, there was scarcely a dry eye in tho theatre. After having our town infested by barn stormers this company is a revelation. Come again is tho verdict of all who saw this company Well, you had better call around to the Expositor office and order that sheet sent to your address. Less than c Per Week Or $1.00 per year. OKTCACK SAI.K. Vt nerca default 1i:ih been made in the !:iv ment of the money secured by a mortgage hear ing date tne lirst dav or October tu t lie year one thousand eight hundred and eighty-six, executed bv Daniel Trott. of the township of I'.erlin. St. ( lair county. Michigan, to Daniel 11. Domett, of the Village of Sinclairville, Chautauqua county. New York, which said mortgage was recorded In the office of the Register ol Deeds, of the County of St. Clair, and state of .Michigan, in liner 47 oi mortgages on page s, on tne i!Mh da of October in the year one thousand elL'lit hum! red and eighty-six at 9 o'clock A. M.; and where as tne amount ciaimeu to ie uue on said mort gage at the date of this notice U tho sum of Two thousand, eight hundred and forty dollars and seventy-six cents ( 840. 7G) of iirlndDa and inter est niul the further sum of thirty-five dollars as nn attorney lee stipulated loriu-sald mortgagi and provided hv statute, which Is the whol amount claimed to be due and unnald on said mortgage; and no suit or proceeding having l.ceu Instituted at law to recover the debt now remaining secured by said mortgage, or any part tnereoi wnereuy tne power oi shim contained in said mortgage lias become oteratlve: Now there fore, notice is hereby given that by virtue of said ower ox sale and in uursuauce of t he Latnt it such case made and provided, the said mort gage win be foreclosed by a sale of the premises therein described, at public auction to the high est bidder, at the easterly front door of the Court House in the city of Port Huron, In said County oi nt. t iairisaiu court nouse dtiiik tne Duiidina In which the circuit court lor the countv of st Clair Is held) on the thirteenth (13) day of March nexr. at ten o ciock in tne iorenoon oi that day which said premises are described In said mort gage as follows, to-wtt: ah those certain pieces or parcels oi land, situate in tne Towns i Iterlin, In the County of .St. Clair, and Stat of Michigan, and described as follows, to-wlt: The north half (1) ot the north-east quarter (1) of the north-cast quarter (1) of Section thirty-three Ctn containing twenty acres; also the south-east quarter (t) or the south-east quarter (1) of SC' tlon twenty-eight (28) containing forty ncres: also the north-west quarter (i) of the south-west quarter (l) ot new ion twenty-seven (27) contain ing forty acres; ail of the aixve parcels being I Town six i) north, ltange thirteen (1J) east. Armada, Mich., Decemler 11th. lsai. 32-12 EDWIN WILLIAMS. Administrator of the Estate of Daniel 11. Domett deceased. Mortgagee. DE11T C. NiESTOX, Att'y for Mortgagee. FRANK W.SMITH, AUCTIONEER, "!Ta,le, - - 2v1c1l All kinds of sales attended on short notice at Reasonable llntes. Satisfaction (iuaianteed. 4 V J XT ft i 1 1 fi ! i WORTH CnLLAFC "4 '1 3 AN Aifid Cut! We have bought 500 Cloaks from the Manufacturer at ONE-HALF PRICE for CASH. This means the greatest saving for buyers of Cloaks that has ever been known here. Make no mistake. This great sale is at S.L- Ballentine's Port Huron J. i 1. 1 WHITE l A t CO, - PHOTOGRAPHERS. - 1102 Military St, Cor. Wall, PT. HURON. Bring or send your Copying ing to us. and Enlarg- Dealers in all kinds of Frames and Easels, Cords, Nails, Hooks, Etc. We Guarantee Perfect Satisfaction. Holiday and Wedding Gifts. ASMAN & BEARD, 525 WATEE St., ZFOIKT HURON, uiiisiMMOniMiiis! Circumstances in the manufacture of "Woolen Goods has made it possible for us to make great reductions in prices as the following comparison with last year will show: Presknt Price. Former Price. Hest Fulled Jilankets 80.00 87.50 Cotton Warp Ulankets 4.75 5.25 Uest all wool sheeting 2 yds. wide.. 1.00 1.2C Cotton Warp 80 90 Hest of Full Cloth 75 90 Dressed 85 95 Fine Cassimeres in the same proportion of reduction. Flannels all wool from 35, 37i to 40 cents former 38, 40 and 45 cts. mitten yams from 50 to 65 cents former 60 to 75 cents. Sock and The splendid reputation that our goods have earned in the past will be strictly maintained in the future. "We have a larger and more varied class of goods in stock this year than at any time before. Come and see us when in need of woolen goods. We guarantee that our goods are manu factured from nothing but the choicest of wool. We are fully prepared to do all kinds of custom manufacturing at lowest prices possible. C. Andreae & Sons, YALE WOOLEN MILLS. YALE, MICH. A CORNER ON DOLLARS! If you get one of our heavy weight suits at the low prices which we are now selling them you will have the same advantage as the man who corners the market. 1 ou win nave it an in your own hands or your own hands in all the pockets and some loose change to rattle besides. Overkoats, Overcoats, Koveroats It doesn't matter which way you spell it we have a full assortment and like our heavy suits we are selling them at reduced prices. An inspection will show you that our prices are a clear saving to you and now is the time to take advantage for the coldest part of the season is yet in the future. A Full Line of Men's Fine Furnishings. D. B. McNAIR, HOLDEN BLOCK, YALE, MICH.