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mnr In the Best Interests of the Community in which we live. JAS.A.MENZIES, Publisher. FOR THE RIGHT AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. Vol. xni. No. 52. YALE, St. Clair County, Mich., FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1895. Price: $1.00 per Year. i 1 1 rssssssssssssssssssssss w mnrm 1 I I 1 I I ried To sell to face, elected Dry Goods Clothing I Groceries This Line At Prices We are here to protect you. low Call Wall Paper Now is the time when you are thinking of re-papering your house. That being the case the question arises, Where will I buy my paper ? We have about 2.0W rolls of paper at from . to .'0c per roll. 1 orders to match. A large line of Ingrains We are going to close out our entire slock of Paper this season and if you want bargains call on us. We make no charge for trimming. P. W. Window look our v MARY'S LITTLE LAMB Is old enough to clip. Try us for SHEEP SIIEAKS and WOOL TWINE. THE OLD ORCHARD Will be full of luscious fruit this fall if you trim it up. Let us help you out. PRUNING SHEARS. The Babbling Brook Now abounds with lish. Don't break the Sabbath, but see us for FISHING TACKLE. WHEN In want of JIUILDKK-S HARDWARE and SUPPLIES, Carpenters' and Masons' Tools, call on F. H. GIBBS & CO., THE MAKERS OF LOW PRICES. - - MXC2BC. 1 S 8 8 8 I 8 8 8 8 9 8 8 8 Mara out hiit no ova cared the music, so I am TO STAY. You know my Stock of Dry Goods was nearly closed out. and now the shelves are jammed full of New Goods bought at the very lowest market price. We have some of the latest novelties in Spring Suitings and Wash Fabrics. Beautiful Plaids for Waists in Silks, and French Ginghams, ('ape Cloth in all shades. Point Lace is all the rage and we have it. Notions. Young men, do not buy until you see our Stock. We have the goods and the price is right. See our show case with the nobby styles in Neckwear. Gents' Hats and Caps. We are show ui" a mat line of Ladies' Trimmed Hats. The Latest and very cheap. Ladies' and Gents' Fine Shoes. 8 is always Complete no one can beat as we are on the lookout for prices. S TTs. OLDEN. (SSS9SSS2SSSSS3 ass D0ELLE. Shades We have just placed in our store as large an assortment of Window Shades, Curtain Poles, Fixtures, Etc. as can be found this side of Port Huron. The price of Shades Hanging from 20c to oOc. These are bargains vou cannot afford to miss. Please remember that we take eggs in exchange for goods. Call and stock over. e can suit you. YALE BANK, OF B. R. NOBLE. RESPONSIBILITY, $250,000. Deposit your money where it is safe, 5 per cent interest on Time Cer tificates of Deposit. All Business 4- Strictly Confidential, NEWS IN CENERAL. Many Minor Michigan Matters Mi nutely Mentioned. The Armada creamery was sold last wrt-K iu nmiiuei uuifii lur -yu-w. Iirown City has six girl graduates this year. There are nine prisoners in the county jail. There is scarlet fever in one family at Croswell. Mrs. Eliza Brooks, a resident of Ar mada since 18f3, died last week, aged SC years. A new Grand Army Post has been organized at Armada called Hiram Harrows Post. Memphis has had over thirty ap plicants for the position of principal of the school. Ernest Wiemann, of Armada, has gone into the business of breeding homing pigeons. Harmony Lodge F. & A.M. of Ar mada expect to dedicate their new hall Friday evening, May 10th. The Lady Maccabees of Peck are building a new hall. The Sir Knights can pay them rent or stay out. The Capac band is making things lively in the town by giving free open air concerts these nice evenings. The seven-year-old son of Mr. and Mr. Win. Shorkey, of Marine City, fell into Jiclle river, and was drowned. St. Clair High School boyn have or ganized a base ball club and are pre pared to do up the surrounding country. Twelve Romeo citizens contemplate purchasing a strip of land on St. Clair Hats near Star Island for camping purposes. The management of the I'tica Senti nel has been put into the hands of Thos. H. Todd, late with the Cass City Enterprise. J. L. Cook, the blind man of Imlay City, gives a performance with his Comedy Company of 1 people at lirown City May Oth. A six-year-old child of Win. Ingah, of St. Clair, stumbled and fell into a bon-tirc, burning himself severely be fore he was rescued. Men employed on a sewer in Capac village struck for $1.23 per day instead of 1.00 and a meeting of the council was called to nolve the question. A large veranda is being built along the entire front of the St. Clair county poor house and it is further proposed to buy forty rocking chairs for the use of the inmates. The Commercial-Tribune office in Port Huron, was badly scorched by tire Thursday night last week and a great deal of damage done. The loss is covered by insurance. A (Jerman, named William Manz, who had just moved from Canada to Capac, cut his throat with a razor last Friday. He was 2o years old. No one knows the reason for the act. Rrown City boys piled a heap of stones on the railroad track last Sun day, just for fun. A special freight came along ana the stones Hew. ine boys were not arrested but would be another time. Mrs. Atwell, of Marine City, wife of Capt. John Atwell, owner and master of the Harry Cottrell, fell between the steamer and .the dock at the Star Island House, and was so crushed be tween ice, steamer and dock, that she died in a few days, sntlering agonies. Charles Casebier, who lives north of Romeo, was kicked in the face bv a vicious colt, lat week, crushing "his nose to a icily, breaking his cheek bone, injuring his eye badly, and mak ing a great gash in his cheek. If the man recovers he will have a very de formed looking face. A young man by the name of Urodie, stealing a ride from I'.attlo Creek to Port Huron, jumped oil the train at the tunnel, rolled oyer and the cars passed over both arms, cutting one off at the elbow and the other at the wrist. lie will probably recover. Rrodie was a brakeman and with two others, was looking for work. Waxtkd In exchange for a piano or organ a first-class road horse of good size and sound in every respect. Call on J. M. Palmer, music dealer, Yale, Mich. 47-1 HorsK and Lot. For Sale in Yale a two-story brick cottage with cellar, on Mary street, with one or more lots. For further particulars and terms, enquire or .John mack. ;.sm.J Fok S.vi.k The store building oc cupied by M. Fitzgerald Ai Co., Yale, will be sold on easy terms or will trade for real estate. For further particulars II l."1:.. - I.I If. ' , 1 1 I Hill III I 1 It.l'lllIU IX vu. 1 Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The Best Salve In the world for Cuts Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Itheura lever bores, 'letter, Chapped Hands. Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup tions, and positively cures Tiles, or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. or eai dj uraniuoiaen & lira Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World's Fair Highest Award. Waxtki A farm team for which will bo traded a 5-year-old standard bred mare 15J hands high, weight 1100. Enquire at this office. NOTICE. All persons having any accounts or claims against the Village of Yalo are requested to present them hereafter to the Clerk on or before the Friday pre ceding the regular meeting of Council so that the linance committee may audit same, lly order of President. J AMKtf McCou.. Please Take Notice. The firm of S. . Welch iN: Son have dissolved partnership and their books must -bo straightened up by the first of March. All owing this firm will please come and settle their accounts by money or notes at their earliest convenience and save expense by so doing. Please attend to the matter at once Yours Truly, 40- S. O. Welch & Son. Dissolution Notice. Notice is hereby given that the co partnership heretofore existing finder the firm name of Lothian & lieard is this day dissolved by mutual consent, II. K. Heard retiring and 11. M.Lothian continuing the business. Mr. Lothian will pay all claims against the lirm and collect all accounts due said firm. Dated this 2d day of Feb. 18W. J. M. Lothian. 49-4 II. E. Ukakd. Notice. To whom it may concern: The public are hereby notified that my wite, Almyra Ihillock, of tho town ship of Lynn, St. Clair County, Mich igan, has left my home, bed, and board, without an just cause or pro vocation, and that I shall not here after pay any debts or bills of what ever kind or nature that she may con tract, eitheir in her own name or on my account. ."0-2 Dated this 17th day of April, 1S9. Asa Bri.l.orK. Two Lives Saved. Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction City 111. was told by her doctors she had Consumption and that there was no hope for her, but two bottles Dr. King's New Discovery comnletelv cured her, and she says it saved her life. Mr. Thos. Eggers, 139 Florida St. San Francisco, suffered from a dreadful cold, approaching Consump tion, tried without result everything else then bought one bottle of Dr. Kings New Discovery and in two weeks was cured. He is naturally thankful. It is such results, of which these aro samples, that prove tho wonderful efficacy of this medicine in Coughs and Colds. Free trial bottles at Grant Holden & Bro. drugstore, liegular size 50c and 51.00. A Valuable Find. After years of study and labor, we have at last discovered a sure and never failing remedy. We have tested it on patients, who have despaired ot ever being cured, the results have been in every case, wonderful. Groll's Kheumatic Cure is unequaled as a positive remedy in all cases of Chronic and Acute Inllammatory llheuniatism. Gout, Lumbago, Sciataca, Neuralgia; especially Ovarian Neuralgia, Dys menorrhoea ami all kindred all'ections. It is also a valuable Iilood Purifier, being especially useful in Eczema, Psoriasis, Scrofula, all Glandular En largements and diseases of the Liver and Kidneys. It is absolutely free from all narcotics. Severe attacks are relieved in from one to three days and a positive cure effected in from liye to eighteen days. For sale by Grant Holden, Yale, Mich. 50-26 QIIANCEKYSALK. Stato of Michigan, Count v of St. Clair ss In the Circuit Court for tlie County of St. Clair In Cliiuicrrv. JOHN KICHARDS. Complainant, Sl'SANA DITNN and THE FLINT & PEKE MAU4JUKTTE KAJLKOA1) COMPANY. Defendants. In pursuance and ly virtue of and order and decree of tlie Circuit Court for tlie County of St. Clair, in chancery in tlie State of Michigan, made and dated on the second day of l'eliruarv, tso.'. In a certain cause therein iendiiur, wherein John Ihchards is complainant, and Sunana Dunn and The Flint & Perc Marquette Kail road Company are defendant. Notice Is herehv jiiven that I shall sell at public auction, to tlie highest bidder, at the front door of tlie Court House, In the City of Port Huron, St. Clair County, and State of Michigan, said court house hefng tlie place for holding tlie Circuit Court for said county, on Tuesday, the. :mth day of April, isi.", at one o'clock In the afternoon of that day, all, or so much thereof as may le necessary to raise tlie amount due to said complainant for principal. Interest and costs iu this cause, of tlie following described parcel of land, to-wlt: Tlie west half of the southwest fractional quarter of section nineteen, township eight north, range fifteen east. And Iu making said sale the same will he offered for sale and Ik; Mold In the following parcels, to-wlt : 1. The north half (1) of the west half(l)or the southwest fractional onaiter (J) of said sec tion nineteen, excepting tlieretroin the right of wav of the Flint & Pere Manpiette Kail road Company, hereinafter described. -. The south half (D of the west half (t) of the southwest fractional quarter (J) of said section nineteen, excepting therefrom tlie rluht of way of the Flint & Pere Manpiette Kallroad Com pany, hereinafter described. X A parcel of land one hundred (1(10) feet in width lying fifty vi) feet .on each side of the central lilie of the Flint & Pere Manpiette Kail road, hs surveyed and staked on the ground, and its located and established upon and across tlie following described lands, to-wlt: The west half of the southwest fractional quarter of section nineteen, township eight north, range fifteen east, containing three and ninety-eight one-hundredtlis (3 Js-loti, acres of land, being the right of wav of the said Flint & Pere Mar quette Kallroad Company. And In making sale of the said premises above described, the said pAieels will be sold In the order named. In c;ise lis' tarcel or parcels first sold shall not be sunk-h-nt to pay said principal, Interest, and costs, then the next re maining parcel or parcels will be next sold, in accordance with the terms of said deciee. Dated tills l.'tli day of March, 18'jr.. ALEX MOOUK, 4.V 7 Circuit Court Commissioner In and for St. Clair County, HARVEY TAPPAN, Michigan. Solicitor for Complainant. Notice Is hereby given that the above sale ts ml intirned to take nine at the same place and hour named In tho above notice wid on Mar 7th, 1K9.1. . Dated this 30th day of April, IWtt. ALEXANDER MOORE, Circuit Court Commissioner. See m IN! 5'. $ fi What A DOLLAR Will Buy at Our Store Next (3V57g) m $ Bring us your Butter, Eggs, ami Hnlhtrs uid exchangp them for Bargains. jgi t? No Let Up No Shut Up No Bust Up lut a close application to business, small profits, quick Hales, for CASH, are the great redeeming principles of a successful and pleasant business. Everybody is studying tho great principles of economy. Now don't forget that FEKGl'SOM & CO., Yale. Builders' Supplies, Blacksmiths' Supplies, Stoves and Tinware, Sash, Doors, Paints, Oils and Varnishes, are still with you and holding out inducements in their line that will surely draw your trade. Car Load of Fence Wire just unloaded "SO CHEAP" and must be sold for CASH only. But The Price. Call and make us a friendly visit, FERGUSON General Hardware Merchants, 3 y?. it. y3 NOW IS YOUR TIME! If you want to buy a Spring Dress, Hat, Cap, Shoe, or any other article carried in a first class stock of General Merchandise. "We are in it'." Call and look over our stock and be con vinced. Do not forget about onr stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries which are always Fresh and of first class quality. We also wish to call your attention to our Crockery Department which is always full of common and fancy ware. A large stock of Straw Hats just arrived. R. M. LOTHIAN. 3 4 01 Saturday. 21 lbs. Granulated Suga:' 27 lbs. Yellow Sugar 30 lbs Mrowu Sugar 20 lbs. 3 Crown Kaisins 32 lbs Oat Meal 25 lbs. Crackers 33 yds. Print 21 yds. Outing Flannel 21 yds. Good Jlleach Cutlm 1 pair F.xtra ((od Fants 2 pair S-oz Overalls 4 Gddil Working shirts 1 pr. Grain Leather Shoe. 1 pr. Ladies' Full Shoes 1 pr. Misses' Full Shoes I J n THAL gs .v viv.v vsVv. :yg. a CO.