The governor on the 1st of this month leiutd a proclamation appointing Mil-ford Mil-ford in the county of Beaver as the place where the judge of the Second J id:cl.il district fcha'l hold the nex regular it rm f the court beginning oj the third Tuesday of March 1892. It is asking too much to have the judge of that-district stage it over to Beaver from Milford. What a grand, glorious, delightful, free American way of doing business it is to see Beaver depopulate herself to go to Milford to meet the judge when he sees Ut to listen to their complaints? What a jolly picnic and what a grand excursion? Those seeking seek-ing divorces, others with a loaf of bread nnd?r one arm and the other loaded down with the "papers in the case." Then comes the sheriff and guard with a 1st of shackled prisoners. Then there are witnesses and jurors and a big hole iu the conuty treasury. How long, Oh shades of liberalism, shall this Beaver-MUford excursion bnsiness be kept up?