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NO GUESS WORK HERE.
All Owosso People Have to do Is to Follow
the Example of Fellow Citizens.
Facts are stubborn.
Some may be disputed.
None can be disproved.
A fact iB the opposite of tiction.
Is always hedged about with proof.
Has to stand the test of investigation.
Or it drifts to the realms of doubt.
Investigate closely the following:
The closer the scratiny the most con
vincing the result,
An Owosso citizen speaks here.
8peak8 from experience and conviction.
Relates facts, stubborn facts.
That may be disputed, but cannot be
Mrs. J. H. Kelly, of Kast Main street,
ays, "I have no hesitancy in recom
mending Doan's Kidney 1'ills to any one
bothered with kidney complaint. I used
them some time ago and was cured of a
persistent kidney trouble which bad
bothered me for some months. There
Was a constant, dull, aching through my
loins, and at times it became sharp and
evert- making it really painful for me to
get about, etptetftUy II did any hard
work or caught a cold. I also s uttered
from spells of headache and attacks of
dizziness. The secretions from the kid
neys were irregular, distressing and an
noying. I had seen Doan's Kidney Pills
advertised in our papers and made up
my inind to try them. I got a box from
Johnson & Henderson's drug store and
used them. 1 felt better after the first
few doses and the final results as I stated
were that I am now entirely rid of the
Doan's Kidney Pills forsale by all deal
ers. Price 50 cents. Mailed by Foster
Milburn Co., Buffalo. N. Y., sole agents
lor the U. B. Remember the name Doan's
and take no substitute.
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DR. EDGERTON T. WILSON
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
OFFICE Room 7 Keeler Block.
RESIDENCE Corunna Ave.
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Will look after your Tenants.
Will find Loans for your Money.
Will Insure your Buildings.
Charges yery reasonable. Office witb n
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OFFICE Over Dimmick's store, Washington
Street. RESIDENCE Washington St., oppo
atto Congregational church.
William M. Kilpatrick,
SOLICITOR IN CHANCERV
General Insurance A vent.
Office over the Owosso Savings Bank,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
RESIDENCE. 409 5A0INAW ST.,
Office, 211 N. Washington St.
OYER PARKILL ft SON'S DRUG STORE.
DR, C. MCCORMICK
PHYSICIAN SURGEON. EU.
Special attention given to the treatment of
disease by means of Electricity, Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, Lumbago, Sciatica and a number of
nervous diseases readily yield to this form of
Office and Residence No. 380 East Exchange St
OWOSSO. - MICB
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Bailors Chances, Conveyancing, Fire Insur
ance, Money to Loan, Notaries Public.
ffiFU Y 106 West Exchange St
HAVANA III A TUMULT
Cubans Demand the Closing of
Places of Amusement in
Honor of Garcia.
DONS PUT IN E0BUST OBJECTIONS
Whu the Attempt Is Mmle to Shut Up a
Spanish Tliratre and a Rial Kumtes in
Wblcli Neve Hal Are Killed, Mure Wound
ed and Hull. -I- Fly About tbe Hotel
lug later rit, American Headquarters
North t'ttroliulan March Through.
Havana, D. r. 13. Three Cubans were
killed and one Spanish oftleer and two
Cubans were wounded Sunday night in
an affray between some Spanish oiRYers
off duty and a number of citizens and a
party of Cubans who wished to close
the Tacon theatre on account of the
death of General Calixto Garcia at
Washington. The Spanish troops on
duty intervi n d and restored order.
After the news of General Garela's
death spread through Havana early
Sunday evening the Cubans wished to
have all the plsVCM of amusement closed.
They succeeded in closing two places
frequented by Cubans, but the manage
ment of the Tacon theatre, where there
were many Spanish officers among the
audience, refuS d to close the house.
I 11 si hot Is Firt'd.
Thereupon Allegrette, , a former cap
tain of Insurgent troops, got into an
excited argument with the manager of
the theatre and Allegrette was escorted
to the sidewalk by the police on duty.
There Allegrette entered into a heated
discussion with a Spanish officer, who
truck him across the face with the flat
of his sword. Then there was a col
lision between the Cubans and the
GENERAL CALIXTO GARCIA.
Spanish military men, more blows were
truck on both sides, and many persons
from the cafes and park cheered for
Spain and brought crowds of people to
the spot from adjacent streets and
squares. Suddenly a shot was fired
whether by a Cuban or by a Spaniard,
Intentionally or accidentally cannot be
aid and the Cubans retreated Into the
Non-Comhataiit Wounded While Katiug.
More shots were fired on both sides
and Arturo Tizet, a Frenc h citizen born
In Havana, was shot and seriously
wounded while sitting at a table. More
hots were fired, and Cubans ran
through the hotel office and made their
way up stairs. Jesus Sotolongo, a Cu
ban, fell wounded on the stairs, and
another wounded man broke into the
room occupied by Lieutenant Fitzhugh
Lee, son of the famous general and for
mer consul general here, demanding
protection. General Greene and several
members of his staff, who had been
out on a balcony watching the crowd,
heard the uproar in the hotel and went
Into the corridor. So soon as the Span
ish officers saw General Greene, who
was in uniform, they stopped the pur
suit of the Cubans, saluted and retir. d
in the meantime, Baataquio Lemus ha i
been fatally wounded In the street and
Pedro Wlesa and Senor Jiminez had
been killd. Shortly afterwurds the
Spanish guards 1 n duty swarmed In
from the neighboring streets and order
AMERICANS WATCH THK FIGHT
While the Mullets Fly Around Uncomfort
able Near 1'eaee K -KMtahllKheil.
At the time the Cubans and pursuing
Spaniards ran through the Hotel In
glaterra General Humphreys was in the
lobby talking with Major Martin, of
General Greene's staff, and other gen
tlemen. A bullet shattered a mirror
near which they stood and two others
splintered the staircase. R. S. Howland,
editor of the Providence Journal, and
W. L. Riley, a New York contractor,
were jostled by the sudden rush of
shouting and lighting men. General
Julio Sanguilly was stitting at a table
in the lobby. The violent scenes In the
office and on the stairs lasted, however,
for only a few minutes. On the outside
the Spanish soldiers were clearing the
great square and streets in the vicinity.
The hotel was full of American officers
and civilians, and some of them with
their wives were standing on the bal
conies at the imminent risk of being hit
by bullets fired at an upward angle to
scare the crowds.
It Is reported that in addition to those
killed and wounded who have been pre
viously mentioned fourteen are being
cared for in private houses. Three ar
rests were made. A few minutes after
the shooting in the hotel frightened
patrons and Cubans gathered around
General Greene asking If he would pro
tect them. He assured them that he be
lieved they were safe, but the only rec
ognized authority fn Havana waa the
Spanish executive. He then sent Cap
tain Cole and Lieutenant Stevens to
General Cnstellanos to Inquire what
was being done to preserve order. The
latter replied that the cafes had been
ordered closed and the streets cleared,
while troops In sufficient numbers to
keep the peace had been posted in the
squares and thoroughfares.
Brook Made Governor of Cuba.
Washington, Dec. 14. Each of the six
provinces ef Cuba will have its own
military governor, Just as G 1
Wood Is now military governor of s. ri
tUpo, but all of these will receive their
instruction from Major General
Brooke, who will be In supreme author
ity of the island. Thus In Havana
General Ludlow will be governor of the
province of Havana, who in turn will
be answerable tu Major General Prooke,
thegovernor of the Island. The appoint
ment of General Brook bas been for
lien. Lee Hack In Havana
Havana, Dei'. 14. The United States
transport Panama, one of the first prizes
captured in the lute war, arrived last
evening with (Sonera! Fltshugh Lee
and staff. The United tfttaf transport
Michigan has arrived with two battal
ions of the Second Illinois regiment.
IHIiioIh Man lo 'oiouiiind Havana Police.
Havana, Dec. 14. Colonel Moulton, of
the Second Illinois regiment, will, It la
untlei stood, be In comand of the Ha
PROCEEDINGS IN CONGRESS.
What Our Mali al Lawmaker Are Dolus
Washington, Dec. 9. The senate yes
terday made the Nicaragua cunal bill
unfinished business and adjourned to
Monday. Vest nave notice that he In
tended hereafter to insist on a quorum
for the Consideration of pension bills.
Resolutions werfc Introduced favoring
negotiations looking to a modification
of the Clayton-llulwer treaty relative
to the Nicaragua c anal and for an In
vestigation of charges of corruption In
the purchase of ships for the navy last
summer. A bill v. as Introduced for the
admission to soldiers' homes of veter
ans of the war with Spain. Twenty
fix pension bills were passed.
The housp passed the military and
naval urgent deliclency bill and ad
journed to Monday.
Washington, l tec. 13. Honr and Hale
presented in the senate yesterday reso
lutions of their states against expan
sion. Hoar also offered a resolution
looking to the discharge from the army
of soldiers whose business or family In
terests would suffer by their continu
ance therein. Vest spoke against ex
pansion anil Morgan for the building
of the, Nicaragua 'canal. The house put
In the day mostly on District of Colum
bia affairs. The bill to better the con
dition of American seamen was taken
up, but nothing accomplished.
Washington, Dec. 14. The senate
yesterday passed hill for the purchase
of a site for a supreme court building.
The rest of the clay was devoted to dis
cussion of the Nicaragua canal bill,
Turpie favoring the canal, but opposing
Its construction by the Maritime com
pany, and Morgan defending the com
pany. The house passed the District of Co
lumbia bill and the senate bill to amend
the laws relating to seamen, both as
FEDERATION OF LABOR
Gompers Dellvei-H His Annual Address
Opposed to Kxpimslon.
Kansas City, Dec. 13. The national
meeting of the Federation of Labor con
vened In this city yesterday, President
Gompers In the chair. In his annual
address Gompers took strong ground
against the national policyof expansion
as Inimical to labor and against the
principles of the government. He advo
cated a closer bond between the work
ingmen's organizations of all countries
and general coming together of all la
bor organizations. He spoke approv
ingly of the qetlon of the governor of
Illinois at Vlrden and said that as a re
sult of the miners' organization there
and the justice of their cause they
won the fight.
Although there seems no doubt but
that Gompers will be re-elected a fight
will be made upon him by a small fac
tion headed by Isaac Cowen and Max
Hayes, of Cleveland.
The National Building Trades Council
is also In session. Only routine business
In J. Fenimore
Stocking Tales, we
read stories of the
and the unerring ac-
jfi curacy 01 me eye 01
Hie .miii 111 .1:1 1111 11.111
when he reigned su
preme over this conti
nent. Before he was
debauched by modern
civilization, he was a
of physical manhood.
He lived entirely in
the open air, and
knew no medicine, save the simple herbs
gathered by his squaws.
Civilized man leads an unnatural and an
unhealthy life. Unlike the Indian if he
would maintain his physical and mental
health, he must take reasonable precau
tions to combat disease. Nearly all dis
eases have their inception in disorders of
the digestion, torpidity of the liver and
impurity of the blood. Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery is made of simple herbs.
It restores the lost appetite, makes diges
tion and assimilation perfect, invigorates
the liver, purifies the blood and promotes
the natural processes of excretion and se
cretion. It sends the rich, red, life-giving
blood bounding through the arteries and
corrects all circulatory disturbances. It
dispels headaches, nervousness, drowsi
ness, lassitude, and drives out all impuri
ties and disease germs. It cures 98 per
cent, of all cases of consumption, bron
chitis, asthma and diseases of the air-passages.
It gives sound and refresfiing sleep,
drives away all bodily and mental fatigue
and imparts vigor and health to every or
gan of the body. Medicine dealers sell it,
and have nothing else, "just as good."
"A few of my symptoms," writes Charles
Book, of Climax, Kslamazoo Co., Mich., "were
heart burn, fullness niter eating, pain In my
bowels, bad tnstc in my month, r.nd occasional
fever and hot fleshes. Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery cured all these and I am
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are sore,
speedy and permanent cure for constipa
tion. One little " Pellet " is a gentle laxa
tive and two a mild cathartic. They never
gripe. Found at all medicine stores.
State of Michigan, County of Shiawassee, ss.
At a session of the Probate Court for the
county of Shiawassee, held at the Probate Of
lice. In the city of Corunna, on the 28th day of
November In the year one thousand eight hun
dred and ninety eight.
Present Matthew Hush. Judge of Probate.
In the matter of the estate of Michael O'Malla,
Elmer D. Colby, as administrator of Bald ti
tatc. having rendered to thiH court his limit
It is ordered, that the 27th day of Peeaibi r
next, at ten o'clock In the forenoon, ut aiil
Probate Office, be appointed for examining and
allowing said account.
And It Is further ordered, that a copy of till
order bV published three successive weeks
previous to said day of hearing. In TUB
Owosso Tim ks, a newspaper printed and circu
lattng In said county of Shiawassee.
Judge of Probate.
NEWS OF THE STATE.
TELEGRAPHIC REPORTS OF THE
EVENTS OF INTEREST.
Matters s,., , 1, ,1 with an 1 to the
Wants of Our Own 1:. .a . Principal
Happenings In the Nlate During the Past
Few Oaya Culled irom the i p irta.
Lansing, Dec 13. The average con
dition of wheat In the state Dec. 1 was
100, comparison being viih average
years. The percentages by sections are
aa follows: Southern count'es 101, cen
tral 97, and northern 1)8. One year ago
the percentage for the state was 88,
southern counties, 84, central 91, and
northern 101. Fine growing wcath r
prevailed nearly all the fall and wheat
has made unusual fall growth, but cor
respondents very generally report the
plant looking yellow at the time snow
came, and are not certain as to the
cause. A largf proportion believe It due
to insects, principally Hessian fly, and
others to excessively wet weather. The
ground has been lightly covered with
anon tnui li of the time since about the
middle of November.
The total number of bushels of wheat
reported marketed by farmers since the
Novi mber report was published is l,
864,611, and in the four m nths, August.
September, October and November, 7,
830,5f,6. This is 16S.SM bus', els more than
reported marketed In the same months
last year. Kail pasture was remarka
bly good until late In the season. In
answer to the question regarding fall
pasture 412 correspondents report
"good," 171 "average," and only 43
"poor." The condition of live stock is
ggactlcally a full average. The fig
ures are: horses and cattle, 97; sheep,
98, and swine, 96. In answer to the
nuestlon, "Are there any diseases prev
alent among live stock?" sixty-two cor
respondents In the state answer "yes,"
and 533 "no."
TERRIBLE CRIME IN MICHIGAN.
Perpetrator Suicides After Killing Ills Sis
ter, Her Husband and a Roy.
Free Soil. Mich., Dec. 12. William
Hitchings Friday afternoon murdered
his brother-in-law, John Hunt; also his
sister, Mr3. Hunt, and Thomas Hay
ward, a lfi-year-old youth employed by
Hunt. Ditchings then cut his own
throat. The three were cutting wood
together on Hunt's farm two miles west
of this village when Hitchings without
warning attacked his brother-in-law
with an ax, killing him instantly. The
Insane man 'then chased Hayward until
the latter' slipped and felland Hitchings
killed the prostrate boy with his ax.
Hitchings next covered his brother-in-law's
body with brush and then pro
ceeded to the farm house, and after a
terrible and desperate struggle with
Mrs. Hunt stabbed her in the neck
with a jackknife, killing her also.
After the woman's body was disposed
of by being pushed under a bed Hitch
ings went upstairs to his own room,
leaving unmolested a baby asleep in its
cradle. The madman's last act was to
apply the jackknife to his own throat.
The dead woman's young daughter
found her mother's body on her return
from school. Her clothes had been
nearly torn off In the unequal struggle.
HIS RESIGNATION DEMANDED.
Detroit Good Government League Wants a
Police Commissioner to Hesi;ii.
Detroit, Dec. 12. The resignation of
Police Commissioner Ralph Phelps, Jr.,
was demanded yesterday at a mass
meeting of representative citizens held
in one of the leading churches. This
action Is the direct result of recent
agitation toward the enforcement of
law and abolishing of vice by the Good
Government League of Detroit and
Phelps was charged among other
things with be lag 00 fl teen liquor boodi
prior to his appointment as commis
sioner, when the law expressly provides
that no one shall sign more than two,
and with not being released from the
bonds after his appointment; with ab
senting himself from the c.ty for almost
a year while president of the police com
mission after having accepted the re
sponsibilities of office, and with not be
ing in full sympathy with the enforce
ment of the laws.
The Michigan Senatorshlp.
Grand liapids, Mich., Dec. 13. The
senatorial campaign is being vigorous
ly pushed, but work on both sides is
being quietly done, with little horn
blowing and na brass bands. The leg
islature on joint ballot will stand 120
Republicans and twelve Democrats, and
It will require sixty-seven votes to
elect. Senator Burrows claims to have
eighty-nine sure votes, and his cam
paign managers Insist that it will be
Impossible to break this line, and that
his re-election is certain. The only can
didate in the field aga nst Burrows thus
far Is Albert Pack, the Alpena and De
Well-Known Michigan Man Dead.
Detroit, Dec. 12. A telegram was re
ceived by Don M. Dickinson Saturday
announcing the death In New York of
I. M. Weston, of Grand Hapids. Br ght's
disease was the caue of death. Weston
was one of the most widely known citi
zens of Michigan politically, socially and
a business way. A native of Maine,
born in 1845, he first followed newspa
per work In the west, then made a
fortune In lumbering and eventually
merged his Interests In Grand Rapids
where he lived a cosmopolitan life for
many years as a bachelor and all-roun l
man of affairs. He will be burled at
Michigan University Hospital,
Ann Aibor, Mich., Dec. 13. The aver
age number of patients treated at the
University of Michigan hospital during
November was the highest on record.
The total rumber of patients registered
was 185. Of these ninety were "in" and
ninety-five were "out" patients. The
highest number register d at any one
time was elphty-nine. On one occasion
there were thirteen waiting for a va
cancy so as to enter the hospital.
Two Trains In Collision.
Menominee. Mich., Dec. 12 The south
bound and north-b utr.d passenger trains
! on the Chieag' and Ho thwestem col
1 lided head-on hundred feet from the
; Meneinir.ee ir n br.dte. Tin en ;in
were badly imashOd and the tend I of
the north-bound passenger train was
. covered by the baggage car. A num
ber of the pnnwngen were slightly hurt
land some women fainted. II. llaira
han, fireman of t t n b und train,
was badly Injured and bad to be cut
out of the wreck. Bnglneor Michael
Klllinn of the I mth-bound train was
badly injured about the head.
M h i Pass Above 75 Per Cent.
Ann Arbor. Mich.. Dec. 13. The phar
macy department Of the University of
Michigan txpOCti I lrg lOTtM in
membership in the nexi few gra, Qm
Jan. 1 a rule p ts it to II 1 1 requiring
all candidates in the a a x Lmln&ttOM
in pharmacy To paa fl per cent.
The result of this Will be that fewer
persons will study pharmacy In drug
stores and more will attend the univer
sity. Street Oaf OMer at Detroit.
Detroit, Dec. 13. The Citizens' ItTOai
Railway company has submitted to the
common council an ordinance providng
for six-for-a-quarter tickets, with unl
yersal transfers between all lines, and
extension of the hours for working
men's eight-for-a-quarter tickets, with
several other features of lesser impor
tance. Ht reel Car Proposition Is Rejected.
Detroit, Dec. 14. A proposition for
new franchises submitted to the com
mon council last night by the street
railway con panics was rejected by a
vote of M to ::. This proposition pro
vided for a thirty-year extension of all
existing franchises, universal transfers
and several lesser features.
Mag eal Bwaot Plurality.
Lansing, Mich., Dec. 12. Semi-official
figures place Governor Pingree's exact,
plurality in the last election at 75,07;
There was a total of 421,144 votes cast
for governor this year, Pingree receiv
ing 243,239. an Increase of 2V4 per cent,
over his proportion to the whole vote
cast last election.
Another Candidate for Senntor.
Detroit. Dec. 14. Ju Ige John D. Long,
Of the IfichlgsVn supreme c ourt, Is belm;
boomed as a compromise candidate for
the United States senate to take Sen
ator J. C. Burrows' seat. It Is urged
that he Is acceptable to both wings of
the party ami that Burrows is to get a
foreign mb s on.
Beats Get Out of the Ice.
Detroit, Dec. 14. Dispatches from
Klngsville, Ont., say that at 4:30 p. m.
yesterday the ferry steamers Fortune
and Promise were seen passing, bound
east, with six steamers following in
their wake that had been released from
the Ice at the mouth of Detroit river.
HOOKS K EYES,
Thay Stay Hoolced.
jVo Pulling Loose.
L,vavo Surface Flat.
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State of M.chlgiin. Ooqatof Shlnwansce. us.
Notice is hereby trtvon. that by an order of
the Probate Court (or Ibf oouaty of Shlawan
nee. made on the Mth day of Novrmher, A. D.,
I8PH, six months from that date were allowed
for creditors to present their claims aeainNt the
estate of William K.Wi.rrei , inie of sti1d coun
ty, deceased, and that all creditors, nf nald de
ceaMd are required to present their claims to
aid Probate UDvrt, al the Probate OfBee. Ii
the cltv f bruaaa, fur ex imtnation and allow
ance on or before the Mli day "f Mav next,
and that, such claims will in- heard before said
Court on Monday the Ittbey of February
and oa Monday, the nth . av of Mav next, at
ten o'clock In the forenoon of each of those
Dated, November Ifttti, A I) Isas
J u ttfo of Probate.
The Only Cure.
Ecsema is more than a tkin diseasa,
and no skin remedies oan cure it. Tha
doctors are unable to effect a cure, and
their mineral mixtures are damaging
go the most powerf ul constitution. Tha
whole trouble is in the blood, and
Bwift's Specific is the only remedv
which can reach such deep-seated blood
Koeema broke out on my daughter, and eaa
tinned to spread until
her bead was entirely
severed. She was treated
by several good doctors,
bat grsw worse, and the
dreadful disease spread
.taker face. She was
taken to two celebrated :
health springs, but re ,
aalvad no benefit. Man v
patent medicines were taken, but without re
sult, until we decided to try 8. 8. S.,and I y tha
time the first bottle was finished, her head be
gan to heal. A dozen bottles cured her coav
Eetely and left her skin perfectly smooth. She
now sixteen years old, and bas a muKiilfloeal
growth of hair. Not a sign of the dreadfal
BaaisS has ever returned.
H. T. 8Hoax.
'2704 Lucas Ave., fit. Louis. Me.
Don't expect local applications el
aoaps and salves to cure Eczema. TJiej
reaoh only the surface, while the di
sease oomes from within. Bwift'fi
la the only cure and will reach the moat
obstinate case. It is far ahead of all
similar remedies, because it cures ot
which are beyond their reach. 8. 8. 8. la
purely vegetable, and is the only blood
remedy guaranteed to contain no pot
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State of Michigan, County of Shiawassee, as
At a session of the Probate Court for said
county held at the Probate office in the city
of Corunna, on Wednesday, the ifith day of
November, In the year one thousand eight hun
dred and ninety-eight.
Present, Mattbew Dusb. Judge of Probate
In the matter of the estate of Mary C.
Rood, deceased ; on reading and filing the
petition of Martha A. Hlbbard, praying this
court to determine who are the heirs at law of
said deceased, and entitled to Inherit such
It is ordered that the 19th day of Dcoemtwir
next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, at said
Probate office, bo assigned for hearing said
And it is further ordered, that a copy of this
order be published three successive weeks
previous to said day of hearing in Thb Owobbo
Times, a newspaper printed and circulating in
said county ol Shiawassee.
Judge of Probate.
State of Michigan, County of Shiawassee, ss
At a session of the Protiate Court for the
county of Shiawassee, holden at the Probate
Office in the citv of Corunna, on Wednesday the
16th day of November, In the year one thousand
eight hundred and ninety-eight.
Present, Matthew Hush. Judge of Probate.
In the matter of the estate of Allen R Kood,
deceased: on reading and filing the peti
tion duly verified, of Jebez W. Hlbbard. praying
amongst other things, for the probate of the
instrument now filed in this court, purporting
to be the last will and testament of said de
ceased. Thereupon it Is ordered, that Monday, the 19th
day of December next, at ten o'clock in the fore
noon, be assigned for the hearing of said peti
tion, and that the heir- at law of said deceased,
and all other persons interested in said estate,
are required to appear at a session of said
court, then to be holden-in the Probate Office,
in tho city of Corunna, and show cause, if any
their be. why the prayer of the petitioner
should not be granted
And it ts further ordered, that said petitioner
give notice to the persons Interested In said
estate, of the pendency of said petition, and the
' hearinu thereof, by caiislM.' a copy of t his order
to be published In Ta k i IWoHmi Tim KS i news
paper printed and circulated in said county of
Shiawassee, three successive weeks previous
to said day of hearing
Judge ul Probate.