Walter Seabolt has moved into his new residence on S. División st. W. F. Bird went to the Toronto fair this morning with a big fruit exhibit. The foundation tor a dwelhng to be occupied by August Dietz is going up on S. Ashley st. cpposite the Anu Arbor depot. Jndge of Probate Newkirk yesterday made an order allowing the claims presented in the estáte of John O. Wheeler, deceased, of "Webster. The funeral of Mrs. Stephen Mills will be held at 10 o'clock Monday morning at the oíd noroestead in Pittsfield, where she had lived ever since she carne to Michigan. Mrs. Dr. Harían S. Smith has removed f rom 325 S. Fifth ave., to the house recently occnpied by Mrs. Virginia Matchett at 425 S. División st. Mrs.Matchett has moved into 426 S. División st. Rev.William Jauch, of the Germán M. E. charch, expects to leave Tuesday for Toledo to atteud the annual conference. His parishoners in Ann Arbor are very anxiocs to have him reappointed co Ann Arbor for the sticceeding year. W. H. Mclntyre, jr. , while retnrmng to the city last evening in a buggy of the Ann Arbor Music Co. 's livery was rnn iüto on W. Huron st. near the private hospital by a farmers wagon and had a wheel of his boggy smashed. The farmer never stopped but kept np driving his team without an inquiry as to the injnires done. The electric Jights blinded the eyes of Mr. Molntyre. From Saturday's Dailv Argus. The receipts at the postoffice during Augcst were over 200 in excess of the receipts last .Tnly. Miss Melita Hntzel, of W. Huron st., a gradúate of tbe Ann Arbor high school class of '99 bas accepted the position as teacher of the Delhi school for the coming year. Wiliram Z. Burton, of this city, by his solicitors, Cavanaugh & Wedemeyer, has fiied a blll for divorce against his wife Eliza Burton on the ground of desertion. "Frank Haywood, ot Salem, who was made a member of the state board of examiners of horse shoers, at the sug gestión of Oil Inspector Jndson, has Iwen elected president of the board. Michael Woods, the watchman at the Ann Arbor crossing on W. Liberty Bt., takes great pride in keeping the -little patch of grass at his lodge green. The little house with wbite-washed fence Iooks as pretty as a childs play iouse.. To do this hascost Mr. Woods lunch labor. He has taken no chances in providence, but carries water from Allen's Oreek daily.