One ycar ago last harvost a man who said liis name was Dan Vincient worked for Mr. E. A. Nordman, of Lima. Last suinmer he wrote Mr. Nordman froni Wis consin, desiring to go to work for him, but this letter reuiained unanswercd. Last September be returned, and desiring work was set to husking corn, after he had been furnished money with which to iurchase suitable clothing, for he being almost destitute, said ho was robbed on the cars. As Mr. and Mrs. Nordman were going away New Year's day. Vincient wanted to know if he could not go to Dexter, and consent was readily giveu. Upon their return they found a note reading: "I will be bck the morning. Have gone to a party." Ah the nioniiiu; fáiled to bring him, they looked around and ascertained that the house had been thoroughly ruinmaged, and that ho had made off with a erock of butjpr and bag of cloverseed in addition to a horse, buggy and harness, valued at $150. He was traoked to Pinckney.wherehe f'ed tho horse. He had been a faithful aod diligent hand, and Mr. N. did not suspect anything wrong, especially as they had been uniformly kind in their treatment, and had taken him in and given him a home, and furni.slied him with money whcn he was destitute. He liad overdrawn bis wages about $8.