George Hartman, an eccentric butcher of New Albany, Ind., has made his will, in whicb. he leaves several peculiar 'bequests. He gives all his property to his wife, except $500, whlch he directs shall be used to decórate hi3 grave on the first day of every year. The decorations shall conslst of pigs' feet and pretzels. During the exercises at the grave the oíd Germán song, "Always Joyful, Awful Thirsty," shall be sung. Hartman is a aubstantial business man and an olí resident. His principal diet consista of pigs' feet and pretzels.