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o JAS A MENZIES Publisher. In the Best Interests of the Community in which we live. FOR THE RIGHT AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY, Vol. Xm, No. 26. YALE, St. Clair County, Mich., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1894. Price: $1.00 per Year. w HY WILL Pay high prices for second-class goods when you can buy choice goods at a low price. Don't take our word; come and see the choice line ol Dry Goods. Just what you need for fall and winter wear. New things in Dress (Joods, Trimmings, Outing Fla'inels, Shirtlna nels. Great assortment in Cotton Fabrics. Dlankets, Chenille Spreads, line of Unbias Fascinators, and Notions of a 11 kinds. Boots and Shoes! Buy your Boots and Shoes from us. We buy direct from the Factory and can save you from 10 to 25 per cent in Ladies and Gents Fine Wear and Children's School Shoes. A full stock of Rubbers and Warm Goods. Men's Suits AND UPWARDS. . good Assortment of Overcoats and, Furnishings. A large stock of Groceries always on hand at the lowest price. We know of a few people that are not using our 25ct. tea. Call at the store for a sample, or ask your neighbor for a drawing and you will use no other. TltankimJ you for jutst favors, we invite you, to call and see us at the Old Stand. East Side. H OLDEN & M-cNAIB ARE YOU READY? SFOETS JivdEjJLvT Ammunition. Shells loaded while ou our RED CROSS STOVES and RANGES. The Largest and most Popular Line in town today. Oil Cloths, Zincs, Coa Hods, Etc. Hardware of all kinds. F. H. GIBBS & CO., YALE. THE PEOPLE WHO SELLr HARDWARE RIGHT. REMOVED ! We have rented and remodeled the old McKeith Store in the McKenna Block and are now prepared to meet all of our old customers at the new stand. We are now making a specialty of QCHOOL BOOKS SCHOOL And invite your early inspection as we village. WALL We are showing very pretty designs at invitation is extended to all P. UcKEKNA BLOCK. YOU Flan New MICH. are headquarters for duns and wait. At the same time you can see line of v SUPPLIES. carry the In only complete line in the PAPER the lowest possible prices. to visit us at our new store A cordial W. DOELLE. $4 FIRE OF B. R. NOBLE, RESPONSIBILITY, $100,000. Deposit your Monev where It Is safe. 5 wr ct-nt Interest on TlniH Cel t Ideates of Deposit. ALL BUSINESS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL Echoes From the Castle ol Knowledge. William Mann. Editor. Frank Vincent was absent Monday forenoon. Charley Palmer was absent Monday forenoon. Wesley Cayanagh was absent Tues day forenoon. Kobbie Ilcid wan absent last Wednes day afternoon. Anna Hrown and Mamre I'earco are at school again. The Literarv Society of the high room meets Tuesday night. Carrie Evan and Mamie Schroder are new scholars in Prof. Mack's room. The ninth grade Arithmetic class is the largest in school having 33 pupils. There are five more pupils belonging o Mr. Ulack's room than there are seats, r or this reason Miss Darcy has lve more pupils to keep out of mis chief. To School Officers and Teachers. There is ftill quite a number of teachers in the county unemployed, there being one hundred ninety legally lualitied and only one hundred sixty- live districts to supply so that there is really an excess instead of a deticiency as bus heretofore been supposed. leaehers seeking places should urop a line to the Commissioner. All school officers desiring to securo the services of efficient teachers will be placed in ommunication with the same by noti tying 11. Ii. Fairman, Com. Schools. General News. A liay View reading circle has been organized in Capac. A butter factory will not be estab lished atCroswell until spring. Hovev Muir, Port Huron lawyers, have opened an office in Capac. Another death from scarlet fever at Imlay City, in the family of Clarence Deneen. Marshal Kettler, of Marine City, claims that the lawyer J. J. Spinksis insane. Spinks friends say he is not. John Jordan has retired from the management .of Somerville Springs and Walter J. Hopkins takes his place. V number of l'ort Huron teachers are ill and it is claimed that the Smead system of sewerage causes the sick- uess. Victor E. Haywood has purchased the grocery stock of (i. M. (iranger iS: Co., Tort Huron, and has taken pos session. Ilurglars entered several houses and stores in Lexington one night last week and secured a supply of winter clothing. Eighty-iiye tons of hay on the Lynn marsh was destroyed by lire on Sunday last. Most of the hay belonged to Chicago parties. A couple came all the way from German v to Port Huron last week and there yisited tho court house where they wero married by Justice (Jleason. Irwin Mead, of near Imlay City, 35 years of age aud unmarried, shot him self in the head last week and died in an hour. "o cause assigned for the deed. Lightning struck a barn of William Ilannister, of near Ubly, one day last week and destroyed the barn, stable cranary with all contents, and two horses. 11. C. Palmer, of Komeo, while en gaged in digging a ditch, was buried by a cave-in. He was finally extricated in an unconscious condition but not seriously injured. Dr. C. M. Stockwell, Port Huron's oldest physician, has dissolved part nership with his son and will retire from active life. He will remove to Detroit and reside with another son. Albert W. Jones, of Cass City, visit ing at I'.ad Axe, cut his throat and stabbed himself inhia stomach with a pocket knife. He died the next day. The cause seemed to be his ill health and that of his wife and child. A Timely Suggestion. ToThk Yu Kxeosrroit: I see the papers throughout the sev enth district, where H. U. Snover has been holding meetings, speak very highly of him and he seems to be mak ing friends wherever he goes, and with Democrats as well as Republicans. It is now ten years since the seventh con gressional district was represented by a Republican in Congress and this is the redeeming year. Now I trust that in every township in the district the leading Republicans will make an extra effort to get out a full vote on election day. Ity so doing we will be placed in the old line again. Let every man do his duty. Respectfully yours, O. Granger. Memphis, Oct. 20, 1894. Political Pointers. Sunilac Republicans claim they are going to roll up the largest majority this fall that has been known in that county for twenty-live years. Riuikut E. FiiENar, the Republican candidate for state senator from this district, made a splendid record during his first term. On all questions where the rights of the mechanic, artisan or laboring man were at issue, he stood out boldly for their interests. He should poll the workingmen's .vote, regardless of party lines. Ripans Talmles : for tour stomach. DAN RUNNELS SPEAKS. A Manly Letter to Republican Electors. William O'Connor, tho democratic candidate for Ueirister of Deeds, is; Hooding this county with circulars try ing to Hrouse sympathy by stating that he is poor while 1 am rich, and insin uates that 1 did not use him tairly when he ran against me two years ago. Two years ago William O'Connor had several weeks to devote to his cam paign. I had but a few days, having been placed on the ticket at the earnest solicitation of the County Com mittee but a few days before the elec tion to rill the place of the regular nominee who declined to run. Hav ing been placed on the ticket I labored earnestly for the election of the whole ticket, myself included, and was elected. I defy any man to state that I then or ever used any unfair means to secure the election of myself or any other man. I did not then and shall not now say one unkind word against Mr. O'Connor. I am nut, however, a little surprised at the means ho adopt ed to secure republican votes, lie says: He is a poor man and I am rich and therefore he should be elected. Now, I know nothing of Mr. O'Con nor's financial condition and I am entirely unable to see what that has to do with the coming election. Mr. O'Connor says I am rich. I am far from tiiat but do not base any claim for support on my financial condition whether that condition is good or bad. If I had not spent a largo portion of what I have earned in trying to assist my friends, my financial condition would have been far better than it is to-day. I have spent all the years of my lite from boy-hood in this county. No poorer boy ever commenced life In this county than I was. Without friends, acquaintances, influence, mon ey, trade or profession, a stranger in a strange place, single handed and alone I commenced the battle of life here in St. Clair County. I labored with my hands for every farthing I have in the world and continue to labor now every day of my life and expect to to'the end of my life. I have boei no drone in the hive. I haye tried to bean honest, industrious, charitable, law-abiding citizen. I have held the office of Register of Deeds for the last two years. No man, friend or enemy has loumi taint with the manner in which the business of t he office has been conducted. I haye, in accon ance with party usage, been renomin ated by an ovcr-whclmine maioritv. I shall resort to no sympathy dodge or any unfair means to secure my elec tion. I believe I am entitled to the support of the republican party and I base my claim for that support upon mv record as an officer, a citizen and a republican. I am not ashamed of that record and invite criticism by all friends and enemies. Republicans of St. Clair County, you have placed me in nomination and I confidently expect you to stand by me as faithfully as 1 have stood by the party at all times and under all cir cumstances in the past. 1. N. KLXXKI.S. A Big Increase of Trade. The past two weeks business in our Millinery department the largest since its opening. A large increase of City trade, hundreds of new customers from- Yale, St. Clair, Marine City, Croswell, Port Austin, in fact, from all over the country comes customers who have been told of our stylish Millinery that we sell at ordinary dry goods profits. Any lady who chances to reau this and has a Fall or Winter Iionnet to buy will do well to call and look over our immense Millinery Pat terns occupying the entire second floor of our new store. Its easy to find almost opposite P. O., 519 Water Street, Port Huron. J'oick'i. ' SIOO.OO Reward. I have 80 acres of land in my own name with a perfect title. No claims or encumbrances against it. The first man who will bring me an actual buyer I will give $ 100 when the sale is mad and conveyance executed. I want a payment down of f'JOO, $300, 4, 5. 0, 7, 8, i, 10, jack, queen, king, ace, keep on playing your card, but bring the buyer and get the reward. I hold an abstract of the land at my office. Six per cent interest on annual pay ments of 1100 each will be asked. Gossips are requested to refrain ask ing questions, I wish to talk business and only to those who want tho land or the 100 reward. Who are you? I am William Cowing. Virginia Farms. Tidewater, Virginia, is now the best place to go for a cheap home, either cleared or woodland. Good chance to make money. Any person desirous of looking up this particular location, located between the York and the James rivers and alout 40 miles from Newport News, Southampton, Old Point Comfort and Norfolk, one of the finest harbors on the Atlantic coast, write or call on J. R. Francis, Rox 77, Yale, Mich. 47tf Every farmer knows the folly of robbing his lands of virtue and strength without restoring anything, but the same man may rob his nerve system of strength and vitality for year and then wonder why disease has fastened on him. To all such unthinking spendthrifts of nerve force Dr. Wheel er's Nerve Vitalizer comes as a friend to build up and revitalize the impover ished nerves and restore health. Abundant nerve force insures 'perfect physical and mental health and Dr. Wheeler's Nerve Vitalizer strengthens and makes nerve force. Hold by Grant Holden, Yale. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World's Fair Illjhest Award. FERGU STILL AMONG YOU And doing business in a fair and concise way that scans to win. WE ARE OUT WITH SOME PRICES FOR FALL TRADE. TvLToixlar Xjaxitems 225c. Ho-a.seli.old. "Wrln-Gfers $1.50. These are tiro leaders and will soon be closed. Stove Is as varied and coni)l etc Heating and Cook That Make Look Out For No. 1 ! It's to Your Own Interests TO DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, FINE SHOES, Ours are all the latest and prettiest styles. Of us. are right. GENERAL -DEALERS. Delays are Dangerous ! So do not delay getting that Favorite Family Re ceipt, but bring it to us and have it accurately and care fully compounded. .Noth ing but the very best of Drugs used. Our Dif ferent Lines i Are full of the Newest and Choicest Toilet Articles, Purses, Perfumes, Cigars, in fact, everything carried in a first-class Drugstore. Make us a call when in need of anything in our different lines. McKenna t & Lennon, LEADING DRUGGISTS. p Windsor, tie Tailor, f Can be found at his shop over the Doelle Mock, liemember lentlemen. We do not ask you 8 t as? to speculate when you deal with is. We guarantee you tne worm your money in (Joods and a 8 V- erfect Fit or No Fay. We do not believe in taking your money till we have earned it. Itepair- Lothian & Beard, 9) fm fl ing Neatly and Promptly done. Jl MiH Stock as any person can ask. Stoves at Prices Them Sell. That's what we're doing in a measure. Frankly, we don't sell "(Joods at cost." We try to clear something on every sale but we make the profit as small as we can. BUY YOUR FURNISHINGS, GROCERIES, CROCKERY 15est quality at prices that Give us a cull. YALE, MICH. Chenille Curtains and Table Covers! Having just received a large consign ment of the above goods we will oiler some rare liargains to close out the lot quick. GOOD CHENILLE CURTAINS $2.00 per pair. BEAUTIFUL CURTAINS $4. and $5. per pair. Elegant 6-4 Table Covers $100 each. Remember we are offering Special In ducements in Carpets, Oil Cloths, Wall Taper and bhades. Visit our Crockery Dep't 2nd Foor. Davidson & Co. 903 and 007 Military st. Port Huron, Mich, At Meal Times You always want a piece of Meat that is TENDER AND SWEET. Long experience has made us ex pert judges of Meat, and we will glvo you points on how to pick out a good piece. Meet us at our block when in need of Meat. Holden Bros., Props.