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$17 TO $21 Wallace's, YALE, MICH. WE WILL MEAT YOU ' K X f f i Breakfast, Dinner or Supper, 0) ii you win leave your oruers at our IJlock. jjj Cur Keats are Tender, Fresh, Sweet. Ti fl Highest Price for Hides and Tallow, fl g & ) Meet us and we will Meat you. m fl BROWN & STARKS, fl 02 aT22"W 2vCE.T f Boots I Shoes ! The Shoe Store at the front with large and well selected stock of SPRING UMMER Consisting of a larce assortment of Ladies' Tine Shoes, Men's Tine Shoes, Boys' and Misses' Shoes. We carry nothing but goods of reputation and quality. Everything is guaranteed. Eggs taken In Exchange for Goods. Repairing Neatly Done. Thanking our customers for past pat ronage we hope for an increased share in the future. Fitzgerald & Co. Geo. G-OUG-H Undertaker and Funeral Director. A full assortment of Coffins, Caskets, Burial Robes, etc. Two elegant hearses iree of charge. ZZxratoalrrxlzifj a Specialty Cabinet, Panel and Card Photographs ex ecuted In the latest and most artistic manner. Tin tvues taken. DOLLARS PER I Easily Made. We want iiiiuiy men, women, boy, uml girl to work f.in: a few Ihiiii dully, right In mid around their own homed. TI.e buMmm id easy, plcniiaiit, strictly honorable, mid p:n In Iter thnn any other offered agents. oil have u tleur field unci no competition. l'.xieri uec nnd iix clal ability uu necessary. Xn eaidiid rjuired. We e(jiiii you with ivervthiag that you need, treat jou well, and help you l earn ten times ordinary vnpes. Women do us well as men, anjl boys and girls make good ay. Anv one, anywhere, ran do the work. All succeed who follow our plain and fitii ple directions. Karnctt work will purely brinj you a great deal of money. Kverythiug Is new and in great demand. Write for our pamphlet circular, ami receive full information. No harm done if you conclude cot to go on with the business. George Stinson &Co., BOX 483, PORTLAND, MAINE. Dili? Want to get Xews ? all the latest Do Ii? "Wish to know what is go ing on in the town where vou do your trading? YOD DO ! "Well, you had better call around to theExrosiTon office and order that sheet sent to your address. Less than 2c Per leek Or $1.00 per year. The Weekly Expositor. J. A. MENZIES. Pub. Published every Friday at $l.uo per year in advance. Vale. Terms: Knterrd at the postotllce at Yale as second class mail matter. Friday, Skptkmueu 14, 1894. THE STATE TICKET. For Governor -JOHN T. KICH, of Lapeer FoiTleutenant- Jovernor-ALFKED M I LN KS, of Branch County. For Secretary of Stato-KKV. WASHINGTON (iAHDNKK, of Calhoun County. For State Treasurer-J. M. WILKINSON, of Marquette County. For Audltor-C.eneral-STANLEY W. TURNER of Roscommon Cointv. For Attorney-General-FREI A. MAYNAND, of Kent County. For State Ijind Commissioner WILLIAM A. FRENCH, of l'resue Isle County. For Suiwrlntendent of Public Instruction II. R. 1 A 'IT EN GILL, of Ingham County. For Member of State Hoard of Education PERRY F. POWERS, of Wexford County. CONGRESSIONAL TICKET. For Representative In Congress, Seventh Dis-trlct-HORACE G. SNOVER, of Huron Co. REGISTER OF DEEDS. Mr. D. X. Runnels, the present Reg ister of Deeds, is a candidate for re nomination. Two years ago Mr. Runnels accepted the nomination when no one else would take it and made a gallant run and was elected, lie has filled thin office of trust in a satisfactory manner and we hear of no fault found in the way he has conduct ed the duties connected with the office. It has always been customary for a county officer to receive a second nom ination, providing he is elected on the firt. The question now arises under the existing circumstances, will the delegates who go to the Republican county convention, to be held in Port Huron next week Friday, turn Mr. Runnels down ? We think not. Tin: worst blight that ever fell on this part of Michigan was the passage of the Democratic Wilson tariff bill. Under the McKinley bill the tariff on hay was $4.00 per ton. The Wilson bill repealed this. Our hay buyers state that the Canadians have Hooded the hay markets of Roston, Xew York and Ruti'alo, thus cutting olF the mar ket from our local farmers. The Mc Kinley tariff of $4.00 per ton kept the Canadians out. The Wilson bill re pealed the tariff on flax reducing the price of heckled flax $27." a carload and consequently the wages of the Uax workers from 10 to 20 per cent and the price of the flax the farmers will raise next year will be reduced. The Wilson bill also opens up our markets free of duty to Canadian cat tle, hogs and 6heep. Severe object lessons are these for our people. The democratic party simply passed the Wilson bill in the interests of foreign countries by giving them our markets and consequently cutting the price of everything the Amcrcan farmer raises. Political Pointers. 15. II. Thurston, of Armada, is the nominee on the Prohibition ticket for Congress. Tliev do sav there? never was a nartv more harmonious than the democratic party of to-day. Kzra C. Carleton, twice elected Con gressman from this district, was again chosen by democracy Tuesday as the leader ot the party. Stephen Moore, of Fort tiratiot town ship has announced himself a candi date for the Republican nomination for county treasurer, and his friends are making considerable effort for him. The very latest candidate to enter the held for the Republican nomina tion for sheriff is Joshua Johnson. Jas. Lodge has his candidacy in hand and feels very confident of success. This makes an even l! who have de clared their intentions. Republican Caucuses. V caucus of the Republican of the township of 1 'rock way will be held at the hall in tho village of Yale on Tues day evening, September 18th, 1S94, at the hour ot 7:00 o ciocic p. m., local time, for the purpose of sending dele gates to the county convention which is called for rriuay, September 2i,at l'ort Huron, ror nominating mo county officers and a State Senator. Ry order of Committee. IJenj. Evans, Chainnan. A caucus of the Republicans of the township of I'.rockway will bo held at the villacc lia.ll in laio on ltiesuay evening, September 25, 1891, at the hour ot 7:00 o'clock p. ni., local time, for the purpose of sending delegates to tho .'$d Representative District con vention for St. Clair county, which is called for Friday, September 2S, at Emmet village, for nominating a can didate for Representative for said Dis trict. Ry order of Committee. Renj. Evans, Chairman. Wood ! Wood 1 Orders attended to promptly. Joux II. Mkkhii.l. Good Looks, Good looks are more than skin deep, depending upon a healthy condition of all the vital organs. If the liver be inactive, you have a Bilious Look, if vour stomach be disordered you have a Dyspeptic Look and if your kidneys be affected you have a Pinched Look. Secure good health and you will have good looks. Electrio Bitters is the great alterative and Tonic acts directly on these Tital organs. Cures Fimples, 1 notches, lions and gives a good com plexion. Sold at Grant Holdoa & liro's. Drugstore, at 50 cts. a bottle. Echoes From the Castle ot Knowledge. Charles Howard Palmer, Editor. As this is our first attempt as editor of the school department we give you below some of our ways, likes and dis likes: Our favorite color Rlack. Our choice of music Drumming. Our slang exuression I Dar(e)s(a)y. Our principal fodder I lay (cs). Our school yell Hur (Roy). Frank Vincent was absent Friday afternoon. Mabel Moore called at school Ttics day p. m. There are 2S0 pupils enrolled in the six rooms of which twenty-three are foreign. Arthur Hewett visited the high room Monday, a. m. Unknown persons enjoyed a melon feast on the school house steps. The perplexing question is who was it? Out of a class of eleven in the Mar lette high school, not one could tell who was Governor of Michigan. One girl thought it was (iroyer Cleveland. Successful Candidates. The following is a list of the teachers who were successful at the teachers' examination Held August 31st and September 1st, 1894: Selina M. Hoskin, Yale. Maggie O'Donnell, Richmond. Mary McClvmont, Yale. Maggie K. F. Rlack, Hartsuff. Emma Vollmar, Marine City. Lillian Roach, Marvsville. Augusta 1. Manning, Xortli Street. Lizzie M. Ernest, Zion. Julia Rankin, St. Clair. Xellie F. Nugent, Algonac. Katy A. Cartwright, Algonac. Jennie Roach, Marysville. Evelyn Evans, Yale. Agnes V. O. Horton, Port Huron. Mary Ward, Port Huron. M. Alice Powrie, St. Clair. Marvin M. Newell. Port Huron. Rertha J. Stevens, Port Huron. Susie R. Kelley, Port Huron. Kate Ward, Port Huron. Laura McDonald, Rlainc. J. II. Lowrey, Rrockway. Geneva Rump, Fort Gratiot. Eugene M. Warren, Capac. Win. Rolger, Memphis. W. X. Hartson, Ijvmbs. Maggie L. Yeager, Riley Centre. Mattie Smith, Capac. Xellie O'Connor, Mt. Salem. W. II. Hart, Smiths Creek. Lillian R. Smith, Relle River. Katie Conniff, Starrville. Retta Tripp, Port Huron. Fannie Rhadigan, Marysville. I). E. Ryan, Port Huron. Xellie J. McKenzie, Port Huron. Jessie Marigold, Port Huron. Pearl M. Shirkey, Memphis. Clayton Shirkey, Memphis. Katharine Krantz, Marino City. Anna Meikle, Lynn. May White, Memphis. Richard T. Lee, Relle River. SKCOSli (iUADi:. Thirza Reach, Smith's Creek. Miss Reach was granted a second grade certificate on her standings earn ed at the State Xormal. They are very high and show thorough scholarship. Miss Reach has tho advantage of hav ing had one year's professional train ing. Teachers, please do not forget that it is your duty to notify the Commis sioner as soon as you secure a school as to the dato of opening, the length of term to be taught, the number of the district, the township, the name of the Director, his post-office, also yours. Many are prompt in this matter, others seem to forget to report at all. Respectfully, R. R. Fairman, Commissioner. Real Estate Transfers. The following real estate transfers were recorded in the office of the reg ister of deeds since our last issue: Albert McCall to Abigail Donohue, land in Emmet; consideration ?27."0. Margaret A. Jenks to Jennie Little, land in Pt. II uron ; consideration $1 ,050. Dan'l Tilden to Chas. F. Taylor, land in Fort Gratiot; consideration $250. Wm. J. Stewart to Tims. W. Rutler, land in Port Huron; consideration $250. Wm. Harder to M. A. Haskell, land in Port Huron; consideration $1,000. Michael Sheehy, Sr., to Michael Sheehy, Jr., land in Emmet; consider ation $2,000. Farming Lands. For sale cheap, on easy terms. Im proved or unimproved; with or without timoer as purchaser may desire, in townships of Rrockway and Emmet, St. Clair county, Michigan. Apply to Albert Mccail, l'ort Huron. 7tt Michigan State Fair. For tho above tho F. & P. M. R. 1 will sell tickets to Detroit and return, Sept. 10 to 21, good to return until Sept. 22, 1894, at rate of singlo faro for the round trip with ntty cents added for admission ticket. 18-2 Gentlemen 1 Farmers! , I have for services 2 miles north and miles west of Yale, Chestcrs and Poland China Roars, also Shorthorn Durham Rull, 21 monthsold, from the best stock. Weight of siro 2,20 lbs. Rreed the best it costs no more than fccrulw. Fee $1.00, spot cash. 27 (LI). Waijkuumi. London Fair. lor the Western lair at London the F. & P. M. R. R. will sell tickets, Sept 13 to 21, good to return until Sent. 24. at one laro lor the round trip. MONFY-10 loan on hrst-class tarms ITlVilJJl at seven nereent intnrpst. Apply to W. S. Hill, Avoca, St. Clair county, Mich. 50-26 THE MARKETS. Wheat- GRAINS. No. a red, jkt bu..$0 fio Oats, per t;u..i0 -.KM) 31 No. 1 white ft! Hity.baled.perton. 7 on Spring 4.- Peas, er bu. .. to M Ilarley i .Wto 1 On Clover Seed, prime, VEGETABLES AND FRUITS. Apples, perbu S 'r Oidons, per bu....9 70 Potatoes, per bu.. . 00, Cabbage, per doz.. ft) POULTRY A XI) MEATS. Chlckens.old.pcr tbfco 071 Pork, per ewt $rt 00 Chickens, spring.. . ( Veal.pr ewt, 50a Ueef.per ewt 4 80 Lamb, jkt ewt..., 7 00 Mutton, er ewt, 94 00. DAIRY TRODUCE. Rutter,best, per lb. SO 'JO Honey, per Ih (0 14 Eggs, per doz 14 Cheese, per ft 12 THE FARMERS' FRIEND, 1 I have opened up a new Department ot Buggies, Surreys, lload Wagons, Farmers "Wagons, Carts, Etc. If you are going to buy a new rig of any kind call and look my stock over. These rigs are put together by skillful workmen. Every buggy warranted to give good satisfaction. Good goods for small money. I also handle a full stock of eyerything for a general farmers store and pay a higher price for Eggs and Good Uutter than any other store in the county. I v also handle a full line of syw HOUSE PAINTS, PLOWS and POINTS. Everything knocked down to hard times prices. Business done on tho spot cash system. 1 Call and look us over. Xo trouble to show goods. MARTIN (4 TTT 1 11 m ! winflsnr ma tai nr m It tUUMVl J IUV JLU11V1 j Can be found at his shop over the Doelle Block. Remember Gentlemen, We do not ask yc to speculate when you deal with Jo", 8 V- us. w e guarantee you the worth of your money in Goods and a ertect 1- it or Xo Pay. We do not believe in taking your money till we have earned it. Repair ing Xeatly and Promptly done. f Windsor, the Tailor, f Three Home Seekers' Excursions. To all parts of the West and Xorth- west via the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway at practically halt rates. Round trip tickets, good for return passage within twenty days from date of sale, will bo sold on September 11 and 25 and October 9, 1894. 1-or further information apply to the nearest coupon ticket agent or address Harry Mercer, Michigan Passenger Agent, Detroit, Mich. 17-3 M ORTGAGE FORECLOSURE. efault having been made In the terms of a certain mortKUKe dated the '.titli day of June. isy.1. and recorded In the olhce of the Kcirister of Deeds for St. Clair County, Michigan, in Liber f2 of Mortiraires. on naire . on the sti day of June, lx;;i, at lou o'clock In the fore noon, executed by Nancy II. Kelley to Andrew nceci. wmcii said mnrtae and accompany ing notes were dulv assigned to It. S. Patterson, by deed of Assignment dated duly JViid, la:, duly executed by said Andrew l)ewel, whicli said assignment whs recorded in 1. 1 her lo of Assignment of Mortgage, on jiage Ts, on the l.'th day of September. at 1 o'clock In tne afternoon. Whereby the power of sate In said mortgage has become oeratlve and there is claimed to lie due at date hereof tin sum of Fifty-live dollars. (S.Vi.oO), as an installment of the principle of said mortgage, due on June 1Mb, ls4, and an attorney's fee of Fifteeu Dollars (Sl.vun, no suit at law or in equity liavinjj been Instituted to recover said amounts. Notice is herebv given that the said mortgage w ill be. foreclosed by a sale of the said mortgaged premise at public, auction or vendue, to the highest Itidderat the f rout dsir of the City Hall in the City of Port Huron, in said county, that being the place tor holding tiie CI rent Court in said county of St. Clair, on the lot ii dav of De cember, lsl, at one o'clock hi the afternoon of that dav, to satisfy the amount of said install ment of principle, the said attorney's fee, and tho costs of tills foreclosure. And notice Is also hereby given that the said sale will be made subject to the payment of a f urtner installment of principle of said mortgage, not vet due. amounting to the sum of tiUy-tlve, .v.uo), and the total amount of Interest to become due on said mortgage, all of which the purchaser of the premises will be required to pay. Said mortgaged premises are described as follows, as is shown by said mortgage: A certain piece or parcel of land situated in the Village of Yale, County ot St. Clair and State of Michigan, described as commencing at a point iwcnty-eight (L'H) rods east, and twentv-six and two elevenths cm 2-1 1) rods south of the south east corner of lot thirty-six (0i) In block number live (.) of the Village of Rrockway Centre on the east side of Kennetic Street; thence running N. K , :so , W one hundred and six (lu; feet, theneo S. 0', :m W., ninety-six and one-half (!h;J) feet, to the north boundary of the highway; thence along said highway in a southeasterly direction, one hundred and twenty Oil) feet; thence mirth one hundred and sixty-six V) feet to place of beginning.. Dated this IM dav of September, lo. R. S. Pattkhso.v, lUnvF.v TAi'PAX, Assignee of Mortgage. 1! l.l Attorney for Assignee of Mortgage. CHE RIFF'S SALE: O Notice Is hereby given that, bv virtue of a w rit of Fieri Facias, issued out of the Circuit Court for the Comity of Alcona, In favor of Robert A. Richards and .lames Richards, ttgalust the good anil chattel and real estate of .lesse A. Morrill ami U' Morrill, In St.Clalr county to me directed and delivered, I did on the '.'Tth dav of .Inly, ls4, levy umii and take all the riuht, title, and interest of the said Jesse A. Morrill a'-.d l-evl Morrill, in and to the follow ing described real estate, that is to say: A piece or parcel of land described as follows: Commencing at a Point 10 chains south of the northwest corner of the northeast quarter of section Ufteen, township eight north, range fourteen east: running thence east Kx.t chains: thence S. s degrees and 3Ti minute W. J.no chains; thence S. '.'7 degrees E. 3.00 chains; thence S. Ti degrees Hnd 1.1 minutes E. M.' chains: thence N. h.' degrees and 30 minute east l.ou chain; thence ., n degrees and :io minute h. 1 .00 chain; thence N. i degrees and Id minutes E. Itioo chains; thence N 4" degrees and M minute E. l.oo chain; thence N. :c degree and 10 minute E l.oo chain; thence S. 411 degree and -to minute E. 4. us chain; thence s. ra degrees and 4.x minutes E. fun chains; thence S. 47 degree and in minute E. 'l.t chains; to the south line of the north half of the northeast quarter of said section fifteen, thence west along said boundary line to the west line of the said north east quarter of said section fifteen; thence north to the place of beginning. All of the above land being situate In the Township of Rrockway, County of St. Clair and State of Michigan, and all of which I shall ex pose for sale at public auction or vendue, to the highest bidder, at the front door of the Court House In the City of Port Huron In said County ot St. Clair, that lelug Ihe plaee for holding the Circuit Court for said County, on the '.tuli day of Seitenilcr, ism, at one n clock In the afternoon 01 that day. Dated this lltu day of August, lcrH. JACOB BERNATZ. SherifT.by WILLIAM MYRON, HARVEY TAPPAN, Deputy sheriff. Attorney for llalntlffs. bV7 uid J. BOURKE, Bed Room, Parlor, Sitting Room and Dining Room Suites Are Handsomer and Cheaper than ever PALACE HALL FURNITURE STORE, POET SICTH:.. W. J. MULFORD. Jones & ARE AGENTS FOR THE lilillllll i lows ai Bio They also handle Binder Twine, Buggies, Wagons. Plows, Cultivators, Harrows, Seeders, Drills, Pumps, Lawn Mowers, Churns, Wind Mills. Etc. These goods are of the best makes and we are prepared to sell them a t the lowest figures for Cash. Farmers who are about to buy Farming Tools and other Machinery will find it to their interest to con sult us before buying. Fiiil REAL ESTATE Farming Lands, For Sale or Call on or Address, W. B. Saville or J. A. Menzies, TALE, St. Clair Co., MICH. JIWGOLM ISA TP A DC H AUK. BEST IN THE WORLD! Without a rival for keeping tho systom In a healthy condi tion. Cures Constipation, stimulates tho Liver and Kidneys. It has no equal as a Complexion Deautiflor. Cures Headache and Is unoqualod for Dyspepsia. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. m nice' Uluntrated elghty-pag Llnoolu KVory Book given to vrT purchaier of a nacktM f Limpolm Tma. Frio . A-k vour drugUt. or Lincoln Tka Co.. Fort WajM, Ini Brockway. OLD BROCKWAY, Collins, EXCHANGE ! Village Property, Exchange. PllWilK