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ï GRAND TRIDMPH. Baffled Many Times Imt Success L'ouid at Last. FYoni tlie Grand Rapids Press.) Tht) following incident would bo hard ■to believe if It had not occurred right here in Grand Rapids, and tnvestigation bjr our representative has placed it bevond tlio Teach of doubt. These are the facts in detail : Mr. J. H. White of No. 25 Haifley Place, has been an instructor in penmanship in different business colleges for tho past fourteen years. He says : "Lastüctober I was suddenly taken ill. I consulted a physieian, who said the pain was from ' gravel ' stones ; gradually grew worse : the pain was in my back and side. My back swelled up in a great rilge, and I finally grew so bad that I was taken to bed, as helpless as a child. I passed blood, aud when the pain was at its worst I was like one crazy. The doctor injected morphine to give me relief, but further than that he said he was powerless, and nothing would do me any good but a surgicai operation. I believe my flcsh was Jiterally cooked in the attempts to relieve my agony, everything was used, mustard piasters, turpentine, hot cloths aud all such things. I was in this condition, gi ven. tip by the doctor, and almost out of my mimi with suffering. I commeneed taking Doan's Kidney Pilis, and really I feit easier in 20 minutes. After about two hours I liad a passage of urine, and passed blood and some ' gravel ' stones which greatly relieved me. I rapidly improved. I took ;in all six boxes, and I feelto-day entirely well. Mine has been a wonderful case. I feel that I cannot say anything strong enough for Doan's Kidney Pilis. My gveat wish is that they may become well knowa. They will prove a boon to mankind. For sale by all dealers, price 50 cents. Mailed by Foster-Milburn Co., Búllalo, N. Y. , sole agents for the U. S. Remembui- the name, Doan's, and take no other. Estáte of Thomas Stewart. STATE OF MICHIGAN, COUNTY OP Washtenaw, sa. At a sessioa of tbe Probate Court for tbe County of Wasotenaw, holden at the Probate OfBce in ihe City of Aun Arbor, on 'Saturrtay, the ;iOth day ot Jauuary, in the year onethousantt eiihthundred and ninety-spven Present, H. Wirt ffewkirk, JudRe öf Probate. In the matter of the estáte of Thomas Stewart, deceased. On rending anfl filing the petit'On duly verified of Samuel Stewart, praying that he "my be üioensed to sell the real estáte whereof said de-ceased died siezed. Thereupon it is ordered, that Saturlay, the 27th -day of Feliruary next. at 10 o'clook in the forenoon, De aasisrne'd for the hearing of said petition, and that theheirs-at-law of said deceasea and all other persone interesten in 3aid estáte, are required to appear at a eession of said oourt, then to be Solden at the Probate Office in the city of Aun Arbor, and show cause, if any there be, why the prayer of the petitioner should not be ranted. . And it is further ordered that said petilioner give notice to the persons interested m said eatate of the pendenoj of said petition and the hearing thereof, by cauBing a copy of this order to fbe published in the Ann Akbor Aröus, a newspaper printed and eirculating In said county, three 3uccessive weetrn previous to said day of hearing. H. WIRT NEWR.IRK, (ATrubcopy) Judge of Probate. 'P. J . Lehman, Probate Register Estáte of Michael, Mary, Thomas and Thersa Agin. STATE OF MICHIGAN, COUNTY of Washtenaw,ss. Al a session ol' the Profcate Court for the countyof Waehteuw, bolden at the probate otiice in the city ol' Ann Arbor, on Thursday, the 2Sth day of January, iu the year oae thousand eisht huudred and ninety-seven. Present, H. Wirt Newkirk, Judge of Probate. ín the matter of the estáte of Michael, Mary, Thonsas and Thersa Agin, minors. Thomas Murray and Föhn Harris, the guaidians of said ward% come into court and represent 'fchat ihey are iiow prepired to render tbeir tunal account as such guardians. ï Phereuioon it is orderod, that Fritlay, the 26th áay oí February, next, at ten o'clork in the tforenoin be assigned tor examiningand allowine such account, and that the uext ol kin of Ktid wards and all other persons mterested in said estáte, are required to appear at a seasion ot' said oourt, then to be holden at the .róbate Office, au. the city of Ann Arbor, in said connty, and show cause, if anv be, why the s iid account I .-shauld not be allowed. And it is iurther ordered Ihat said guardián- give notice to the persons ïnterested insuid estaie.of thependency of said ac.aount and the hearing thereof, by causing a copy ■ of this order t o be publisbed in the Ann Arbor Aröds, a newspaper printed and circulating in -said connty, tbree euccesfive week? previous to -said day of hearing. H. WfRT NEWKIRK. (Atrueoopy.) Judge oi'Probate. F. J. Leh mas, Probate Kesister. _■__ Estate of James D. McMaster. CTATE OF MÍCIIIGAN, COÜNTY " of Washtenaw, ss. At a session of the Probati'Court for the Countyof Waahtenaw, holden at the Probate Office in the city of Ann Arbcr, on Monday, the 25th day ol Junuarj, in the year one thousand eight hundred and uinety-seven. Present, H. Wirt Newkirk, Judg:e ol Probate. In the matter of theestate of James D. Mcllasrfcer, deceased. On reading and filing the petition duly verified of Theodore J. DeForest, Adminiatrator, pfayiiis that he may he licensed sell the real estáte ■whereof said deceased died giezed. Thereupon it is ordered, that Tuesday, the 23rd day of February next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon be aasigned ror the hearing of said petition, aud that the devisees, legnlees, and heirs at law ot said deceased, and all other persons interested in said eBtate are required to appear at a sesaion of sai court, then to be hulden at the Probate Office in the city ot Ann Arbor, and show cause, if auy there be, wby the prayer of the petitioner should not be aran'ed. And il is further orderea, that said petitioner give notice to the persons interested in said estáte of the pendency ofsaid petition and the hearing thereof, by causin;; a copj of this order tobe published in the Ann Abboií Akgus, a newspaper printed and ;ireulatius in said couuty, three successive weeks previous to said day ol' 'heariuK H. WIRT NEWKÍBK, [A ' rué copy.] J adge of lJrobate. P.}, LiiHïiiN. Probate Register. Estáte of Edward H. Clark. STATE OF MICHIGAN, COUNTï oi Washtenaw, ss. At asession of the Probate (Jourt tor tl)') Oouuty of Washteoaw, holden ■Mihe Probate Office in the City of Ann Arbor, on Tuesday, the nu dny of Febiuary, ■" the year oue iliousanü eigl.t hunjied and niuetyPresent, H. Wirt Nuwkirk, Judtfe of Pro In the mattt-r oí the estáte of Eilwaid H. Clark, deeeased. On reading and flling the petition, diily verified, of Francia Chauin, praying ih:u adminïstration of said state nwy hu grautit to Leonhaxl Grunei, or bome other suitabie person. Thercupon it ia orderea tüat üaiurday, the Gth dy of Murch uext, at 10 o'olock in tbe forenoon, lie assigned for the hearing of said petition, and that theheirs at law oi saicl deceased, and all otber persons interested in said estáte, are required to appear at a session of said court, theu tobe holden at the probate office, in ïhecityut rtnn Arbor, and show cauae, if any there be.why the prayer of the vetitiouershould not be granted. And it is farther ordered, that said petUiooer jfive notice to the peisous intwesied in said estáte, of the pendenov of aaid petition, and the hearing thereof by cansing a copy of this order to be publislied in the Aun Arbor Argus, a newspaper prinied and cironlated in said couuty, three succeseive weeks previous tosaid dav f lieanug. H. WIRT NEWKIRK, Judge of Probate. (A truecopy.) P. J . Lehman, Probate Register. lAl In 48 hoiirs Gonorrhoea yv vJ and dichurres trom tlui U1_„ Mfl iiriiiarv orttiis arrest (Ml I m[ 17 II H by Santal tlidv ('iipmiles, yIUL" l


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