Mrs. Wuliam H. G-ilruour has re turned here from Mt. Pleasaut. A postmorteni was held on the reuiains of Mrs. Perry Preston by Drs. Gregg and Chapín, and thay fouñd that she died of consurnption. Charley Hammond made a trip to Monroe the latter part of last week. William H. Bishop is repairing and building onto his old house out by the road, and in the rneantime is staying with friends at Oakville, having stored his goods in J. W. Abbott's blacksmith shop. Visitors away from here over Sunday - Henry L. Gabe to Monroe, Mrs. J. A. Doty and sou to Maybee , Miss Myrtle E. Colf and Walter Mason to Wyandotte. Charles A. Hardy has sold his farm, and he and Mrs. H. have re turned to Constantine. The sueak thief is out again. Several harnesses have been taken in the south part of the town. L. H. Miller has moved iuto the back part and O. F. Hawkes the jeweler, into the bar room of the old hotel. Hawkes will have to look out or soine of those old echoes will get to walkng in their sleep and stop all his clooks.