Clipped From Bangor Daily Whig and Courier
Harvey courageous life, THE yesterday handsome, boys, John correspondence life well been isterday is MELANGE. Prosperous State of Affairs In Aroostook County. A Freak Iu the Fish Line and Other Matters. Nekttttne Jailer Bickford, of Houlton, reports that Friday last there were but two prisoners In the jail. This is the smallest number for years. , Geo. H. Oilman, treasurer of the Aroostook County Agricultural Society, received last week, from the State Treasurer $160.07, the amount of the State stipend allowed the society. Shipped from Houlton station, for the week ending May 6th, the following carloads: Potatoes, 9; shingle?, 5; long lumber, 4; board*, 2; bnrk, 2; hay, 3; 2: fertilizer, 1; ashes,!; miscellaneous, 10. Total, 30 curs. While Corydon Powers, of Caribou, was his field last week, he unearthed large potato in as good condition, apparently, as any potato kept in a cellar winter. Mi. Powers will plant the potato and await results. If Jhe succeeds In producing a frost proof qqality of potato he!,will place himself on record as a public being a public, benefactor, A queer freak is the trou 1 1 with two heads at the Caribou fish hatchery. The fellow Is as lively as any one of atad Is growing daily. Rents !are scarce in Caribou and the demand for tenement houses is growing every cMy. Many new dwellings should be erected in Caribou during the season of-9:1. ; Â° Iffancocb.