Stony Ckkek, June 7, - Gabriel Muir has returned frow Groonville, Mioh., nftef his faraily. - Miss Ituss is teaching the district school this suminer at Iktoa Mills. - Ono of our morchants left town rather surroptitiously a feW nights ago, intending I hoar to luake Kansas his future home. - The Kansas fover is raging stroñgly and 8everal of our citizens, not owners of real estáte, however, contémplate mi-" gration neXt aütnmn. - J. H. Sherman has resigned the office of P. M., at Eaton Mills, the salary being too small to convey the mail ; it being a " special " office. -Mr. and Mrs. Mathew Millspaugh, aged people both 70 years and npwards, old residetits, and in years gone by Wellto-do, re8iding across the county line in Sumptor were removed to the poor house in Wayne Co. last week. They have children ablo to care for them. - C. Q. Smith, a, gradúate of the University of '78, left our town about six weeks ago for Newton, Kansas. His family departed lately to join him in company with Frank Maxwell and family, all of whom went by wagon, expecting to consume five weeks in acoomplishing the journey.