While Horace Milter was rolling logs nto Manistee river cmeof thera carried him down 200 feet and he was fatally injured. Mrs. Clara ('orwin died recently at Thrêe Kivfis, at the as;e of 88 year.s. She and her husband settled in Constantino in 1831. A Kiley farmer f.ittened his bogs lat fall on wfieat, and reporta that it is worth S5 cents per bushel for that purpose. James Corless was run over and killed on a loggin-ï railroad near Iake City, Wednesday uight. He was a married man and had fonr children. Satmday. Fel. 24. -A Vicksburg man has a 144-year-old Bible, published in 1750 in Boston. It is well preserved. The schools at Morenci have been closed for two weeks on account of an epidemie of ineasles. Petersburg, Mdnroe county, will have a business men's association for the fiirtherance of the interesta of the village. Monday, Keb. 36. Therearewithin the boundaries of Michigan 6,000 [ndians, inclnding 2,000 Indian school chfldren. Robert Rabie of Keeler wasdriving with his daughter, when he instantly died from lieart disease. Herman Weidemger was fatally Injared in Solon fcownship, Leelanaw county, by being struck on the üead by a falling limb. His skull was crashed. Tuesday, l''eb. 27. ,7 ames F. Brissenden, late a letter carrier of Denver, but formerly a resident of Benzonia. was buried at Denver ou Washington's birthday. ïhe Calhoun county committee of the People's party have "cailed a uieeting at Battle Creek, announcing that it is time to commence the campaign. A party from abroad luis rented an old brewery building that wtis vacated when Brancli county went dry. and will engage iu the manufacture of beer. Wednesclay, Feb. 38. A mad dog was killed on the farm of A. B. Coldren at Xorthvüle after it had bitten a eat, several heus and a hog. Bacon Brothers' livery barn at Boyne City was destroyed by fire and eight horses burned to death. Xo insurance. A i'nief entered the store of A. Westlake, at Marquette, pried open the cash drawer and took therefrom a Iittle over $100 in money. - A bursted waterpipe in theclothing store of Frank Hamilton at Traverse. City did S2,5(K) dam age, on which there is no insurance. Tlmrsaay, ilarch 1. The United States hatchery at Xoithville has cared for about 3,300,000 trout eggs this season. The Zeeland furniture factory at Holland has started up acain with a reduction of 10 per cent in its wage list. The sportsmei: of Kalamazoo have ordered 90 pair of Kansas quail to be liberated on their favorite shooting grounds. The villaje council of Evart has granted C. E. Bell a francise for 10 years to construct and maintain a local telephone exchange.