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DETROIT AND PORT
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From Tort Huron Read Down.
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ar Milwaukee (by steamer)..,
ar Landing ,
ar Battle Creek ,
ar Chicago ,
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TRAINS TO AND FROM
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lv Karnta n.div
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ar Ktratford lv x 9 42
ar Toronto lv fio 20 7 25
ar Montreal lv x 9 15 io 25
ar Ixmdon lv 2 3o 7 25 11 oo
ar Hamilton lv 11 5ti 8 62
arNlag. Fallslv 10 40 7 35
ar Buffalo lv 9 15
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c Via St. Marys. f Via Hamilton. e Via Stratford. x Except Sunday.
On Sundays leaves at 1 :05 p. m.
Tailor, Sleeping and Dining Carson all through trains.
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b Via Durand
Eastern Time East of Tunnel.
Sept. 8th. 1S9G, and remains in contin
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For Catiilosnift address
HEWS OF A WEEK.
A Budget of Happenings In and Around St.
Tho government dredging contract
at the foot of Lake Huron lias been
Capac will have an entertainment
course tor tne winter, consisting 01
The Imlav Citv Times came out in a
beautiful pink dress last week but we
didn't learn tho reason why.
' The supervisors who visited the St.
Clair county poor house were pleased
wun auaira at tuat institution.
The board of supervisors have ap
propriated $M0 tc repair and repaint
the interior of the court house at I'ort
Wm. II. Fogle and I'ertha Dorsch,
of (JaacviIIe, were married at tne bed.
side of the groom's mother, who can
not live long.
Dr. Walter I. I?rown, the oldest
physician in Lexington, died last week.
lie had practiced medicine in Lexing
ton since 1833.
There are in the St. Clair county
poor house CI inmates. 1 hirty-three
nave been received during the year,
28 discharged and nino died.
During the supervisors stay in Tort
Huron they are kept supplied with
cigars by the men who have been
elected to orhce by the board.
The farm house of Daniel McKenzie,
near Kichmond. was totally destroyed
by fire one night last week, together
with all contents except a piano.
John East, who lived alone in an
old mill at Imlay City, was found
helpless in his bed by neighbors, and
died the same day. Deceased was 85
Robert McDonald, of Prescott, Mich.,
is in Sanilac county lail, on a serious
charge. Complaint was made by a
Mr. lhompson, husband of the woman
George McCormick, of Kimball, has
resigned his office as supervisor, and
was elected last week as superinten
dent of the poor. Elba Ilubbel suc
ceeds him as supervisor.
It is possible that an insane ward
will be built in connection with the St.
Clair county jail. The Michigan asy
lums are full and there are four in
sane persons in the jail.
The barns of Lansincr Carl, at New
Haven, burned laft week, supposed to
have been set on fire. 1 he entire con
tents of hay and grain was consumed,
togetner wun two norscs.
Seward L. Merriam, of I'ort Huron,
was to have made a epeech at JJrock-
way last Thursday evening on Free
silver, but he miseed his tram at the
tunnel although he was there on time.
St. Clair has 418,906 acres of farming
lands. Uerun, the largest township,
has 22,9S6 acres, and East China, the
smallest, has 3,833 acres. There are 11
000 acres of swamp land in the county.
i'ort nuron limes.
Edward Williams, of Almont, pled
guilty to the charge of fast driving
and disorderly conduct on Imlav Citv
streets, and was fined $20. William's
horses knocked down J. M. Sherman
and injured him severely.
William Wiswell, who shot Asa Key
nolds, near Iirown City, has been in
the Sanilac county jail for four months
awaiting trial. He will probably re
main there until the January term of
court, as he can get no bail.
Lenorde Link, a painter at the new
Catholic church at Emmet, grasped
the wrong rope when descending the
tower, the rope flow through the pul
ley and Link fell 60 feet, both hands
and his nose being broken. He may
J. W. Benedict, administrator
of the estate of CJeo. 1. Burgess,
who rode his bicycle into Ulack river
while the bridge was open and was
drowned, has commenced suit in the
circuit court against the city of Port
Huron, claiming lack of proper safe
guards at the bridge approaches.
Sixty thousand dollars in bonds was
found in an old unclaimed trunk in
the Saratoga hotel, Chicago, the other
day. The wallet is inscribed "Camp
bell and Schoolcraft," and the name,
J. L. Schoolcraft, is found on many of
the papers. This leads James School
craft, of Port Huron, to the belief that
the bonds belonged to his father, who
was murdered in the south some years
ago, and he will investigate.
Quite a nice snow storm here on
Mrs. J. Glassford is ill at her home
in this place.
W. J. McKinney ships on an average
three car loads of apples from Emmet
Martin J. fiourke spent several davs
of last week in Sanilac county visit
Several teams went to Emmet Thurs
day to help grade around the new
Andrew Cowie has cone to Sacinaw
to attend college. Ho will pursuo the
study of medicine.
Key. Fr. Stapleton celebrated High
Mass and preached tho sermon at tho
Catholic church last Sunday.
There was a larere dance at Mike
Shannahan's Friday night, and we can
ten you jur. Curry's cider suilered.
A larce crowd turned out on Thurs
day evening to listen to S. L. Merriam
and otherB talk on tho political issues.
Tho 11. St. P. T. pledge expired ou
the 20th of the present month and we
notice some of the boys are celebrat
ing their releaso in royal style.
James (Joit returned to his home in
Hay City last Saturday. His mother,
who has been so seriously sick, is get
ting along splendidly considering her
Tho following persons from this
place were in Port Huron Saturdav
attending the Ilryan celebration: John
Daveyand wife, W. J. and Pat Mc
Kcnney and wives, Dr. Cowie. F. Jolly
Py Fr. Laughran High Mass of Re
quiem was celebrated at tbe Catholic
church Thursday for the happy repose
of tho soul of Mrs. O'Leary, of Ke
nockee, who was buried in Kenockee
cemetery on Wednesday.
The James Harris house hat been
vacant nearly a month now, and we
were in hopes of seeing it filled up as
a' lodge room before this, but for some
reason or other tho thing hangs lire,
and tho house remains as natural as
We must again ro-occur to that dis
agreeable subject, fracas, and we fear
we will be compelled to go into it at
greater length if Harmony avenue
does not"soon ro-embraco its old bap
tismal name. We are pleased to noto
that the mere mention of Colfax St. in
this column has a very salutary ell'ect,
but the good effect, wo are sorry to say
lasts Beldom over a week, when we are
again compelled to repeat tho doso.
We know it would be a great comfort
to the residents of that thoroughfare
if the cat calls, etc., were left otf the
program, especially on Sunday nights.
A very pretty and quiet wedding was
solemnized at the St. Joseph's Catholic
church on last Wednesday morning at
prompt nine o'clock, the contracting
parties beinc Will Lennon, of Yale, and
Mis9 Marguerite Powers, of Emmet.
The groom was supported by Ed.
Hates, of Detroit, and Miss Josie
Powers, sister of the bride was brides
maid. Fred Palmer, of Yale, acted as
usher. The Rev. Fr. Laughran was
the officiating clergyman. A large
crowd was present to wish the happy
couple a successful voyage through
life. At the conclusion of Mass the
bridal party drove to the home of tho
bride's parents in Emmet township,
where tho wedding breakfast was
served. To Mr. and Mrs. Lennon we
extend our heartfelt congratulations,
and hope their pathway through life
will be one continual path of roses.
Edited by Carroll Shaw.
Mabel CJillam is absent this week.
Alta Harris is back in school after a
Ed Palmer acted as critic at tho last
Gertrude Orchard entered Miss Bax
ter's room Tuesday.
Written tests in tho High Room and
Grammar Departments Monday.
Jennie Traviss entered the 2d In
termediate department Monday.
The 2d Primary pupils are studying
'The Mountain and Squirrel" by
In the spelling contest Monday
night in Miss Hayes room Hazel Reid
was tho champion.
Clarence Drake, Mae Iloskin and
Lulu Michaels are the absentees in the
2d Intermediate department.
The fair weather of the past week
has caused several of our large boys
to be absent to do farm work.
Those pupils taking part in the
Atheneum exercises last Friday de
serve great credit for the perfect ren
dition ot their parts.
Tbe Hag has been found, taken to
the repair shop, and on Tuesday "Old
Glory" was tlung to tho breeze for the
first time this term.
Arrangements have been made
whereby Miss Baxter gives Ihe last half
hour of the afternoon session to the
8th grade Geography class.
We are indebted to Sakie Scott for
Harper's Monthly and to Arthur
Cooper for The Educator, two very ac
ceptable additions to our reading
Harold Waight, of tho First Primary
and Adda Robinson of the First In
termediate, will be unable to attend
school longer as their parents have
moved out of town.
Mr. Henne8?y was a welcome visitor
Friday afternoon. The exerc'ses of
the Atheneum society begin Fridays at
3 p. m. and we cordially invite our
friends to come and visit our meetings.
The following program has been
prepared for the Atheneum Society
next Friday: Roll call responses
from Longfellow; recitation "The
Psalm of Life" by Wm. Michaels; es
say "Some Recent Discoveries and
Inventions" by Edison Oatman; recita
tion "The Builders" by Maud Reid;
"Biography of Longfellow" by
Maude Pearce; essay "Printing" Ed
Several complaints have been made
of pupils loafing around the depot,
catching on trains and otherwise mak
ing themselves "obnoxious" as the
complainant eays while going to and
from school. We are sure no pupil
wishes to be considered a loafer and
it would seem that no one would
willingly imperil life and limb by
catching on moving trains. Mr. Camp
bell wishes to ask tho pupils through
the school column to remove these
charges by keeping away from the
depot unless on business. And fur
ther that parents co-operate in seeing
that their children go directly to and
If Troubled with Rheumatism Read
Annapolis, Md., Apr. 10, 1894. I
have used Chamberlain's Pain Balm
for rheumatism and found it to bo all
that is claimed for it. I believe it to
be the best preparation for rheumatism
and deep seated muscalar pains on the
market and cheerfully recommend it
to tho public. John G. Brooks, dealer
in boots, shoes, etc.. No. 18 Main St.
AlWl HEAP THIS.
Mcchanicsville, Md. I sold a bottle of
Chamberlain's Pain Balm to a man
who had been sutiering with rheuma
tism tor scyerai years, it made him a
well man. A. J. McOill. For sain at
50 cents per bottlo by Will Lennon
Moro Good Word 3.
Marlette, Sept. 10, '99.
Dear Sir: Feeling that you are en
titled to a commendation at our hands
I write you. During all tho timo you
have been fitting glasses in my store I
have never known you to fail in fitting
or correcting any defect that came to
you. Many of the people have said to
me that they never would have be
leived that relief could bo civen them
by glasses. Some of your patients had
serious defects in vision, as they had
been to other prominent opticians
without reliet, but have not heard of a
person who camo to you here, whoso
defect in vision ha9 not beon entirely
and satisfactorily corrected. Hoping
you will have all the success your
ability is descrying of, I am yours
truly, t . J. Tageart, Druggist.
OKU NOT IHlim 11 K
liny part of the ays- YtMJft
tern nut cures byre- OWN
movlnir the Mine. JIJIK'.R.
(4. Holdna, Tale. XT, J. McKlaney, Brockway.
Miss Sullivan's School of Stf.no-
OKAP1IV AND iloOKKEKPIN'fl. ElK-
VATOlt Entkanck JJak Librauy,
This school has bv its oricinal meth
ods won the confidence of business
men and graduates are readily em
ployed when leaving Miss Sullivan'
school, individual instruction is giv
en bv exnert teachers, and students nrn
fitted in less timo than it takes in col
leges, for we make a specialty of these
Buggies for Sale.
I have a number of firstclass buggies
which I am ottering for sale at a bar
gain. If you are in need of one call
and I will mako you a right prico.
John I). Grinnell, Yale. IStf.
Dclault having been made In the conditions
of a certain mortgage made bv Wluslow 11.
Montney and Caroline K. Moutuey of Hrockwav,
Mich., to Frederick '. Currier, of Almont,
Mich., dated the 2lst day of April, 18!, ami
recorded in the ofllee of the Itegister of Deeds
for the County of ht. Clair and State of Mlchl
Kan. on the 27th day of April. 18:2, In Liber (U
of Mortgages on page 325, on wlit'jh mortgage
there Is claimed to lu due at the date of this
notice the sum of three hundred ninety-seven
dollars and seventy cents tj;7."o) ar.d no suit or
proceeding at law having been instituted tore
cover the moneys secured by said mortgage or
any part thereof; Now, therefore, by virtue of
the power of sale contained in said mortgage
and the statute in such case made and provided,
notice is hereby given that on Wednesday, the
lltli day of November, A. P., imi, at nine
o'clock in tho forenoon I shall sell at public
auction to the highest bidder at the front door
of the Court House in the City of Port Huron
(that being the place where the Circuit Court
for the County of , St. Clair Is held) the premises
described in said mortgage or so much thereof
as may be necessary to satisfy the amount due
on said mortgage with the interest and all legal
costs together with an attorney's fee of fifteen
dollars provided by law. The premises being
described In said mortgage as follows; the fol
lowing described land and premises situate in
the township of P.roekwav, County of .st. Clair
and State of Michigan, vix; north-east quarter
of the north-east nuarter of section eleven (11)
in said township of itiockwav.
Dated August 11th. ls:wi. I.V13
T.C. TAYLOK, FREDERICK I. CL'KHIER,
Attorney for Mortgagee. Mortgagee.
Default having been made In the conditions
of a certain mortgage made bv Wellington
lllgger, of Cheboygan, Michn to Frederick 1.
Currier, of Almont, Midi., bearing date the
first day of Ieeeinber, 18WJ, and recorded in the
otllce of the Register of Deeds for the County
of St. Clair and State of Michigan, on the 27th
day of April, A. I). 189.1, in Liber M of Mort
Kai:cs on page 221, and it being stipulated in
said mortgage that should default be made In
any payment falling due upon said mortgage
and such default continue for 30 days, then at
the option of said mortgagee the whole amount
thereof shall become due and payable, and such
default having occurred and having continued
for more than 30 days, therefore the whole
amount of principal and Interest on said mort
gage is declared due, mid there is claimed to be
due on said mortgage at the date ot this notice
the sum of five hundred seventy-seven dollars
and twenty-live cents ($577.2.1; ot principal and
interest and twenty-live dollars as an attorney
fee provided for in said mortgage and by
statute and no suit or proceeding at law having
been instituted to recover the moneys secured
ny saiu mortgage or any part tliereot; now,
therefore, by viitne ot the power of sale con
tained in said mortgage and the statute In such
case made and provided, notice is hereby given
that on Wednesday, the lit li dav of November,
A. D. 18!W, at nine o'clock in ihe forenoon 1
shall sell at public auction to the highest bidder
at the front door of the Court House in the City
of Port Huron (that being the idace where the
Circuit Court for the County of ht. Clair is held)
the premises described In said mortgage or so
much thereof as may be necessary to pay the
amount due on said mortgage with interest and
all legal costs together with said attorney's fee
of twenty-live dollars. The premises are de
scribed in said mortgage as the following de
scribed land and premises situated In the town
ship of Lyiin, County of St. Clair and State of
Michigan, viz: the southwest quarter of the
southwest quarter ot section ten (li) in town
eight (8) north of range thirteen (13) east.
Dated August 1 1 1 li , l si.
FREDERICK P. CURRIER,
T. C. TAYLOR. 15-13 Mortgagee.
Attorney for Mortgagee.
THK ukkat i.iver.
(1 Holdeu. Yale. V. J. McKinney, Brockway.
in effect June 21, WM.
WKST. STANDARD TIMK. JCA8T.
309 j 303 I , STATIONS. 302 308
P.M.lA.M. LV. AH. A.M. P.M.
its 8 60 I'ort Huron in 15 000
6 14 9 49 Yale 0 20 8 02
5 3!10 12 Brown City 8 67 7 37
BA7l0 2K Marlette 8 4o 7 18
8 08 10 38 Clifford 8 30 7 07
0 25 10 54! Mayvllle 8 10 6 48
6 47 11 17 Vassar 7 47 8 27
7 20 11 65 Saginaw 7 10 6 60
8 00112 25 A it. hay City lv. boo 5 20
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Sleeping and Parlor Cars between Bay City,
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Connections made at Tort Huron and Detroit
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For further Information see time table of this
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