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The Man Who Never AAfftTtta
Sing. business mti.se, the dark am1 ! I
Of him who labors but tint be RM
The piles of goods heaped up !' '
Which can't lie less, nnd never R1
The man whose life bus lost nil fort i!
In hot, tie man who never advert ;n g
Ming of shirt, his greut iimhi'irv r .
The capital that gave him cans l
His credit large, his full m f' tnpY '
His bank account as slid us a KM I
Then toll the doom to wljich them
Who never advertised, but simph m
So simply, md so vainly! Splendid -Which
basement art irradiates nul r f
Plate glass aliow windows clfi
Such lovely clerks, cashiers, mul
Berved but to show him how the
The Style of him who never :vh lU
He waited, and all waited; clerks, aal
Salesmen, saleswomen, such del lj rl
Impatient waited all the senson throti
With precious little for the crowd t '
The public saw that fact there's stli
But passed the store without a t hot:
buying. Business was dull, but salaries and
Went on till cash and credit both i
The silly merchant hoped his luck woti d
Until the Sheriff closed the whole conn
Now, at a pittance which his sou) d spis s.
He works for one who always adve rtise?,
Where to Put a Kiss.
An esteemed young friend of the Phil
adelphia Times asks a funny question.
Ho wants to know where he shall put
his kisses. Probably any number of
people, without much thought, would
rush rashly forward to tell him all
about it and consider the conundrum a
perfectly easy one. The problem, how
ever, is really very difficult, :uid anyone
who has had experience enoujjh to know
what kissing U will shrink from (puck
or direct advice on the subject.
As a matter of course the yotin j man
who has kisses to gifO away will rivu
them to his riil if she is willing; if sir
in't willing -but. that is so Improbable
that it wotdd be a waste of time to say
anything about it. If I young man has
no girl of his own he will naturally
such is the waywardness of human na
ture -find some one efsc's girl or girls,
and to some a good many girls are But
any too much of a good thing. They
MM U isn't lUOh a bail thing sometimes
when you find you have kissed the
wrong girl, if then; can be any wrong
girl in a matter like that.
Bn the trouble on the young man's
mind seems to be regarding the proper
place for the kiss. He does not feel
certain whether he should kiss his girl
on the lips, or the forehead, or the chin,
or the cheek, or the hand. There are
some young men who would regard tho
poorest of all these chances as the ex
treme of bliss. But such young men
lack tho snap and enterprise which a
wide-awake and desirable girl rather
likes. The young man who hesitates
and trifles with uncertainty about the
proper site upon which to build his kiss
will lose the delight of kissing. If there
were a worse fate ho would deserve it.
There is, however, no worse fate.
Kissing the hand is a very neat but
colorless sort of compliment. It is un
satisfactory to both parties, they say.
We are also reliably informed that kiss
ing the forehead or tho chin is a cold
sort of thing and not largely indulged in
by people of good taste. The cheek, if
not too hard is understood to be very
fair kissing ground but good judges
have very generally agreed upon the
lips as oll'ering superior inducements.
It his mouth is not too large or his
girl's mouth too small, or if his giiTs
mouth is not too largo and his too small,
perhaps thi young man who wants the
Timer advice had better stick to tho
lips. If thtfra is anything sweet in 1
hlM -and doubtlcM there is he will
lind it there.
A Fashionable Shoemaker on Women's
"The feet of Americans are, as a rule,
of smaller and-lighter build than the
feet of Englishmen, and have more arch
and higher insteps. I worked in tho best
London shops before coining to this
country, and 1 know there art! plenty of
big feet among the (Sogllsh aristocracy.
The feet, of the American ladies are
smaller than those of Knglish ladies, but
the American ladies' ant apt to distort
their feet in a way that Knglish ladies
do not. Now. by rights tho last on
which a shoe is made ought to bo three
toii larger than the foot. Thero are
four sizes to an inch, so that, wotdd give
three-quarters of an inch room to the
foot. An English woman will take such
measurement, but if you make shoes in
that way for American ladies you will
have them left on your hands. Vou can
not make the shoe more than from a
eize and a half to two sizes above the
exact length of the foot. 'Anything I
can get my foot in I can wear,' they
say, and so we give plenty of width be
tween heel nnd ankle, so that they can
slip their feet in. and they don't seem to
mind how their toes are pinched togeth
er when the foot settles into the shoe.
The result is the English women have a
freer.easierirait than American women."
About Aon tifts.
A Paris husband, plagued by his wifo
to buy a new bonnet, -trolled into a
salesroom, and by way of h joke, pur- j
chased a bonnet of very old date. He
took it honic to his wile and she drew
trom its crown a piece of paper which
proved to he a bond for ftOO tram -.
This is a strong argument in favor f
husbands buying their wives old stvle
bonnets. Although another bond might j
A hi found in a bundled year, tho j
fact that such bonnets come cheaper i
than the new stvle strongly recommends
the scheme. AorriMfotrn Herald.
Tb Ain-rica" Girl Abroad.
We wer tl Hag on "The Fuchsia"
the other day, say thi London Truth.
nnd, apropos , grown fitting, she told
ii MUM in New York some celebrated
milunor has cut r I n ti rUfM or dum
mies which In means of innnineiabl
springs or win s, are made to expand
or contract until they become the ideal
ized figure of (hi lady to bo fitted.
Please not the word "idealized," f r it
sometimes means a urcM deal. rJ.m
good people who constructed Htr'iJes
from the MUM ami shape of his foot pSf
formed a simple (sal as compared with
the miracle constantly worked (accord
ing to "The Fuchsia' ) by this milliner,
who erects t ui dlSS upon ono of these
dummies, developing step by step each
fohi and point and turn. Fancy a dum
my that could be expanded tothe dimen
sions of a Fanny Davenport, or con
tra lid to thi line of a Nellie Farreu!
I know si'vcrai-girls who have wire
dreSSMltands of the exact size of their
Own figures, tint! precisely of their own
measurements in every respect. They
an- delightful things, since they obviate
the necessity for the excessively tiring
proc ss of trying on, and they are of
immense assistance to one's maid. "The
Fuchsia" complains bitterly of the
necessity of having a chaperon "in
town," as she calls it, when she goes,
out. "llirlscan do n tnoy like in Atnori- J
ca," she says, audI inwardly wondered
why in the world SO many of them came
so " constantly to London nnd Psria,
when tiieir own country is It much i
more to their taste. "If I must have a
sheepdog." said "The Fuchsia." I'll
take care to have her muzzlyd. Mind, j
girls, that you look nut a picturesque
ruin for me woo won't be ugly enough
to scare awuy my friends, nor hand
some enough to distrait my admirers."
Do you know anyone who would suit,
m dear? It. is rumored that "Tho Fu
chsia." means to buy a duke. She says
aim thought there were far more dukes
and e iris in England than there really
H e. I suppose that is why there are
mvays such swarms of them in Ameri
can novels and plays.
In Three Acta.
Act 1. Scene, Germany. Roving son,
tired of the armv, deserts. Rich uncle
irives him money to bring him to tho I
U d ted States. Off for America. Cur
tain falls. Rapid music and red lights.
Act -J. America. Hans In New York, j
He sees tint elephant. Out of money,
no work. He falls in luva. Marries.
(Joes West. Curtain falls, orchestra j
Act 8. East again. Life in Spring
flild. Falls heir to an estate. Friends
it court. A reconciliation. Off for
Germany, The . q foiled. Green i
curtain, ami "The Dutch Company is 1
tiie lJest Company."
Springlield, not to be outdone by her
larger sisters, always unfortunately at
some distance, tak s her turn in foster- !
ing the run way sou, who falls heir to a
large foreign estate. II rman V. H.ir
man, who has beet) lately employed at
Sou'.e's barber shop, under the Mas
s soit house, Ins recently fallen heir to
i property in the Fatherland amounting
to $76,000 to 8100,000. Herman's fath
er was a major in tho German army,
and he, when quite young, entered the
army, biiufl placed In the hospital de
partment, his evesigbt preventing him
from doing held duty. At the SgS of 18
he deserted, and helped by an uncle,
with whom he was a great favorite, to
re ich this country, where, like so many
other young foreigners, he expected to
pick up money with verv little exertion j
on his part, but was sndly disappointed.
His unele gave mm considerable money
when he left Germany, but be quickly
went through this, and was thrown up
on his own resources. Unable to speak
our language, although fairly well edu
I cated, he was in a bad way, and finally
. entered a barber shop in New York,
' where ho learned the art of manipulat
ing the razor and shears. From Now
York he drifted to Chicago, and then
back to Rochester and this city, where
he was employed at first by Ruder and
since then by Soule. Ry the death of
his father a few years ago he fell heir to
a portion of his property, amounting to
about 820,000, which he was unablo to
get through complications which would
arise through the German Government
and his desertion from the army. About
a month ago his unele, a wealth- bach
elor, whose favorite he was, and who
helped him to reach this country, died,
leaving him his property. He has now
brought about a settlement with the
derm an Government through Confjrsss
man Robinson ami the Secretary of
State, by which he can return to the
; Fatherland with his wife, a New Jersey
1 girl better fitted by bis knowledge of
what hard work is, to enjoy his ances
tral estate-. Springfield (mom. ) Union,
Some oni was one day rallying Con-
grssstnao Lsfevrs on his oocintrio ohiro-
graphy. "I ought to write better, that's
i a fact." he replied. "Whv. some time
ago I wrote to aman, thanking him for
a clipping cut from a newspaper about
me, and asking tho name and date of
the paper; and ho replied: 'I am much
obliged to you for your advice, and will
follow it, believing that my claim will
go through, and I will ut last get my
"AN ODD STREET SCENE."
He was seen in front of the office
rubbing himself against the telegraph
post like a flea bitten dog. "What is
wrong ?" we ventured to ask. "Gotem,
gent," lie said laconically ; "havein
every spring, small lumps form about
the rectum ; sore to the touch ; they
itch like blazes ; a telegraph pole's
like an oasis in the desert to me.
Here then wan poor human.it v suffer
ing from a complaint which a few ap
plications of Swaync's Ointment
for Itching Piles would have thor
Ill I A'P p ahfsri se iswlava
Ha I L "ul t
I am I In and
IUL lolnr twaltbv: wlio do
m not improve kbolropfiortanlllra
mnaln in fioverly. I'e iifli-ra gnt rlianrr to make ,
NaoBe) We want ninny mm, om n, bOJ and : irl i
lo work for right ! tSotr iwm liaceJWto. Any
MM rail do tin- ork proMTly fron thelni "tart.
The iHiaineiw will pay more Mian leu t linen onllnnry
wan''"- Kxx'inle mil (it rurnlnhed in iv No one
wl.o engage falN to wake money rapid ty . Y mi ran
lime lo tho work, 01 mil
xparn moment, l ull Information nnd all ihat I
ne iti rnt (n i Xddri'"." n "o" V I n . I'ortlnnil
Mnlne. .tun. It rl
In Recommended by Phyelclnnr '
SI OO ttf AM toflBfi t
Wn maim.aaur unit tell it with n positive
guarantee that It will cure any
HuMf ttni wowl" r"rf'''1 the above auwuut
,ni uiii in a single Instance.
It ii unlike 'fy atae! CaUrrh P'tni-dy. M
Hl$ taken internally, acting upon
the blood. M y" troubled wlib this
"3t7w,n diaa.Mk jourDrugglitfor It, and
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mediator. Prioe. 75 ee .uper Ofttif.
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riRST BAPTIST CHURCH, HTM Mason and
saayioas- Sunday, Preaching si io:jo a. m.,
and 7:30 p. 111. Sunday School at II in.
Prayer Mei tin, Thursday, at ?:jo p, m.
Covenant Meeting Saturday, before the list
Sunday of CM li month, at 7:30 p ni.
Seats ffOe. A iimlial wolcoine extended to all
T. S. Leonard, Pastor. ResldsUCS I'ark stn rt
north of Goodhue.
I1R8T CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, Wash
Ington street corner of wllllams,
BSnVlOa Sunday Morning, at 10:30. cisstlag
at 7:30 Sunday -1 I I at II m.
prayer Meettasi Thnwiay iventag, -it 7:30.
George If. Wilson, Pastor.
CHRIST KPISOOPAL CHURCH, PayatwSajssts,
Itev. P.. P. Matrau, BoctOf.
Kenidence, the Rei tory corner Park and ( load
Services Sunday, at 10:30 .1. 111. and 7:30)1. m
Sunday Sc hool at 11 in.
rjBRMAM KVARGRLICAIm MOM CHURCH,
William street, corner of Park.
Roe. John M. Fui hs. Pastor. Residence, Will
iams street next to the 1 hurch.
Services Sunday at. 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. in.
Sunday School immediately after morning service.
Prayer McetiiiK Wednesday eveaiilK at 7:30.
(iKRMAN LUTHBRAHj Washington street, Ml
Preaching every Sunday at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30
jt. m. Sutidav Sehocl utter morning services.
Rev. Frederick Meyer. Pastor. Residence, Will
am street, next to the 1 hun li
MRTU00I8T KPISCOPAL, corner Washington
and Oliver Street.
Publii Service Siind.iy 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Bondsi School ti m Prof.O.C oeelye, upt.
Weekly I rayer Meeting Thursday evenings; at
the cloe of wnh h the Sundsy S hool leaooa lor the
following satiii.itti will be reviewed Ibr 1 no ioaoSl
..I te n hers.
The eats are free for all religious services, and
tho pebttu are cordially invited.
I lie Pastor will lie iiiad t be proffiMif MfM no d
if any of his people are sick or in troulife and wish
to s, hhn.
Rrv. s. Rood. Pastor. Reaidenoe tWrS WaaWng
ton tre. t. north.
ST. PAVI.-s- ( AI IIOl.lt l Hl'Rl ll.West Main
Rev. James Whe,dr. Pator. Keshlenre, Main
t-treet, I hird house w e.t of the 1 hun h,
Servii-e. omtv other Suinlay. Urst Mas It I to
a. in. High Nlass ,it 10:30 a. 111 Sunday School at
12 m. f)n the alternate unlav Mas at 8 a. m.
Lumber Yard !
PLANING MILL !
GEO. W. OAKS
FINE STOCK OF
SCROLL SAWING A SPECIALTY.
Moving the utinoat confidence in ita superiority
oyer all others, oud after thousands of tests of
lh. tviAlit .rmti1I..AtMH AtlH avrot miab mra
could find, we feel Justified in offering; to forfeit
One Thousand Dollars ror any case or t ougsm,
colds, sore throat, influence, hoarseness, bron
chitis, consumption, in ire early stages, whoop
ing cough, and all diseases of the throat and
lungs, except Asthma, for which we only claim
relief, that we can't cure with West's Cough
Syrup, when taken according to directions.
Hample bottles 25 and 50 cents flarge bottles one
dollar. Qenulne wrappers only in blue. Sold
by all druggists, or sent by express on receipt
of price. JOHN C. WEST i CO., sole proprfe
tors, 181 188 W. Madison St., Chicago, Ills. Sole
Agent in Owosso. K. M. BROOKA. Dtt yl
Notice of Attachment.
STATE OF MICHIGAN, THE CIRCUIT COURT
KOR THE COUNTY OF SHIAWASSEE.
THEODORE K. RANDOLPH,)
vs. J Is Attach m skt.
ALFRED I.I K WILLIAMS, )
NOTICE la hereby given tbst on the i2d day of
November, A.D. 18Sg, a Writ of Attachment
waiduly issued out ot the Circuit Court for the
County of Shiawaasee, at the suit of Theodore F.
Randolph, the above named Plaintiff, against the
lands, tenements, goods and chattels, moneys and
vile, is of Alfred Lee Williams, the Defendant aksive
named; for the sum of six thousand four hundred
dollars, which said writ was returnable on the 1 1 tb
day of December, A.D 188S.
Dated this 28th day or December. A.D. 1882.
E. R. HUTCIIINS.
Atfy for Plaintiff.
Notice of Attachment.
STATE OF MICHIGAN, THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR THE COUNTY OF SHIAWASSEE.
ERVVIN DAVIS, )
vs. Ix ATTACUMSjrT.
ALFRED LEE WILLIAMS, )
NOTICE is hereby given that on the 22d day of
November, A.D. 1882, a Writ of Attachment
was duly issued out of the Circuit Court for tha
County of Shiawassee, at the suit of Erwin Davis,
the aliove named Plaint it!', SgalBSt the lands, tene
ments, goods uud chattels, moneys ami cHects of
Alfred Lee Williams, the Defendant above named j
for the sum of six thousand lour hundred dollars,
which said writ was returnable on the tltli day of
December, A.D. IMS,
Dated this 2Ntb day of December, A.D. ihs2.
E. R. HUTCIIINS,
Alt'y for PlaintitI'.
STATE OP MICHIGAN, 1
COI NT V or Sill AWASHKK, I
AT 11 session of the Probata Court for the
Coonty of Shtawaaaee, hotden at tin-Pro
bate OfBoe, in the city of Coruoaa, on Thuroday.
the It li day of .lanunry, in tha year DBS fSfflSMMStl
eight hunored and elghtjr-Uiroo.
Present, A. A. Harper, Judge of Probate.
in tha .Matter of the Estate of Caroline Smith.
On reading and tlliw; the petition, duly veri
fied, of Oliver s. Smith, praj inis' thai adminlstra
tion of the Estate of said deceased may lie
granted to the Petitioner.
Thereupon it is Ordered, That Mondajr, tha
2lttu day of January, 1883. at ten o'clock in the
forenoon.be assigned for the hearing of said
petition, and that, the heirs at law of said de
ceased, arid all other persons interested in said
estate, are required to appear at a session of said
Court, then to be holden at the Probate Office,
in the City of Corunna, and show cause, if any
there be, why the prayer of the petitioner should
not he granted: And it is Further Ordered, That
said petitioner give notice to the persons inter
ested in said estate, of the pendency of said
petition, and the hearing thereof, by closing a
copy of this order to be published in Tim Times.
a newspaper printed and circulated in said
County of Shiawassee, for three successive
weeks, previous to said day of hearing.
A. A. HARPER, Judge of Probate
(A true copy.) J5 4W
Whereas, default having been made in the pay
ment of the luonev secured by a niortKak'c datisi the
sixth day of April in the year A D. 1HWI, executed
by AI0117.0 njSMlMlng. and Amanda SpauldiiiK his
wife, of the township of Woodhull, county of Shia
wassee, Michigan, toi'harle) Townscnd, of Jackson
county, Mich., which said mortgage was recorded
in the office of the Register of Deeds of the county
of Shiawassee, in Liher 4 of mortgages, on page MKi,
on the twenty-seventh day of September in the year
A. D. 1880, at 4 o'clock p. And whereas the said
mortgage has been duly assigned by the said Charles
Townscnd, to Amanda apauMIng, by iissigiiineiit
bearing date the twelfth day of October, in the year
iHs' ..ml recorded in the oflOS Of the Register of
Deeds, of the Mid county of Shiawassee, on the
tlst day of October, A, D. iMRat 10 O'clock s. m.,
in liber '.'II, of mortgage., un page :il:j, and the same
la now owned by her. And whereas, the amount
claimed to be due on iMS Mortgage st the date of
I his notice, is the sum of three hUBOTI d mid thirty
four dollars sad eighteen cent.- of principal nnd
Interest, and the further Mm oftwentr-Sre dollars
as an attorney Ice, stipulates! ,'or in said mortgage)
and wliicli is the whole umoiint claimed to M un
paid on said mortgage, ami no suit or proceedings
haling been instituted n law. to recover the debt
now remaining secured ly said mortgage, or any
part thereof, whereby tha power of sale kasha
ooms operative: Now therefore, notice Is hereby
given, lliut by virtue of the said power of sale, mul
In pursuance of Hie statute In "cli case made mid
provided, the said mortgage will be foreclosed bv 11
sale of the premlsci thereto described, ut ptfnllc
suction, to the highest bidder, at the front door of
1 he ( 'out t House, ill the city of Corsnna, in said
county of ShlawsMM, os thi 1Mb day of February
next, at lea o'clock in the foreaoon of that day ;
which said premisM are deMrlbed la said mortgage
as follows, to-w it : The south (4) of I he south-east
quartertU l,aad the south half (Q)of north half 1 lof
ooth-esM qnarter (W) of ssctloa thirty-six (Mj In
township five (.") north of range one (1) east, con
tiilniugoiie hundred and twenty (120) acres of land
man OF lass, all in the township of Woodhull, coun
ty of Shiawassee and state of Michigan.
Dansl November 84th, A. D. IHS2.
gg-SJ AMANDA SPAUUHMU,
Notice is hereby given that by virtue and
in juirsuancc of license and authority granted
to me the undersigned on the 16th day of
November 1882, by the Judge of Probate of
Clinton county, Michigan, to sell real estate
beloni:iiig to Charlotlc I.. Ililln and Francis
J. Hills, minors, 1 will sell at public auction
to the highest bidder on the 12th day of Jan
tunfT, tKS 3, at oni o'clock p. m., at the house
ot Edaon Sw.irthout, in the township ot
SciOta, Shiawassee county, Michigan, all
the right, title and interest of said minors in
and to the following described property !
Hcginning at the south west corner of section
five lo), la township aia (6) ssftti si rssgi
one (lj east in Michigan, ruaStlnt Ihcncs
aorthcriy on the west line id Htid acction
eighteen chains and eighteen links, IhsnCS
easterly on a line parallel with the south line
of saw' section seventy seven chains aid
i i 'htv-nine links ; Cienec southerly on a line
parallel with the west line of snid section to
the south lino of section lour (4) of said
township ; thence westerly along the south
line of said section four (4) and live (r,) to the
place ot beginning.
Dated Novemlx-r Sid 1882.
PNISS A. FttltS,
Guardian of aid Mimrs.
More capital invested, more skill employed, in. -re cases trcaud, and more cure
effected than by any other one establishment in the world. Sixteen afciUlal a 1 ca
perienced physicians and surgeons, each eminent In his "vn pesialties Kivk r ,ais
at the Detroit Office and ki.even visit the principal cities In ti e United States and
Canada. All Diseases and Deformities treated. Address Drs. K. ife K., Detroit, Mich.
Send two 3c. stamps for GUIDE TO HEALTH. A4 yl
My Stock Embraces ALL Kilt ft h Staple and Fancy
5 & 10 Gent Counter, 49 & 99 Gent Store Supplies.
LOOK up my Illcstratsd (Tatalooue (if you have not one send for it) and notice prices aaS
style of g;ooda on pages 6 to 83, St to 81, 02 to u5, iAO to i05, and so on through the book, and yoo
will find that I am offering a HAVING to you of IO to v per cent, on a huge line of Htapli Uonila.
You can order your STOCK from my Catalogue without leaving your store or pitying a travelling
man to come and take your order. I guarantee prices and goods to be iuit as satisfactory am
though you were here in person to select. When in the city givn me a call before buying. and I
will show.you the most complete stock of Goods la the West to select from at Inuide I'riees.
C. M. LINING-TON, Importer,
145 tl 147 Wabash Avenue, CHICAGO
Cures all diseases of the Stomach, Liver.
Bowels, Kidneys, Skin and Blood.
Miff ion m testify to its effioacy in heal
ing the above named diseases, and pro
nounce it to be the
BEST KB MED Y KNOWN TO MAN.
Guaranteed to cure Dyxpepria.
1 a E N T S WANT B D.-
7 . I SI New York City. Druggists sell it
Takes the lead in Shia
And Don't You Forget it !
U. S. MEDICAL
THE LARGEST IN THE WORLD:
J. J). EESGAN, It S.. Medical Bap't.
BOOK AND JOB
run by Steam.