Scio mjlls are undérgoing extensivo repairs. J. Smith, of Ypsilanti, is doing the work. Supervisor Hughes, Amos B. Phelps and Geo. C.Page,by request, have granted a decree of separation between Geo. A. Peters and Wm. Sloan. Protection against no protection was the charge. The parties left it to arbitration with the above result. His name was Dolan and he entered our peaceful halmet on Sunday morning and represented himself to be a countryman of our esteemed townsman, R. Loon. He was escorted to the residence of G. A. Peters where on pretence of wanting to work a farm he was highly entertained and after agreeingto work for a while he retired. After breakfast Mondamorning he ostensible started for Ann Arbor fo get his clothes but instead went to the residence of Wm. Martin, of Webster, bought a cow and presented a note signed Geo. A. Peters and received $24 and the cow. The parties are looking him up, and he perhaps is thinking where he will banquet next Sunday.