Dcwlu Fall has a felón. Major W. C. Ransom of Lansing is in tli e city to day. Miss May Smith, of Detroit, s visiting at Mr. Boughton's. Capt. C. II. Munly has been on thesick list tluriug the week. Miss Abbie A. Pond will pass her vacatiou with her sister in Fllnt. Miss Mary I,. Wood, of Deliance, Oliio, is home for the sniumer vacation. Miss Filer of Manistee, is the gnest of Miss Matilda Brown on S. State st. Miss Hawkes, of PUlnwell, ia vVtitlng at ex-Ald. Bigg's on Church street. Miss Carrie Wiliams of Pontiac, is visiting at Mrs. Chapin's on Bowery st, Gen. O. B. Wilcox expects to move to Ann Arbor with his family next fall. Miss Walker and Miss Robb of Detroit are the guests of Mrs. and Miss Angelí. Master Jakie Bischofl', will spend his vacation with his grandfather, at Ti.ylor. Mrg. A. T. Hill and Mrs. Sawyer, of Detroit, are guests of C. Bliss md rife. Miss Hattie Roscntield, of Detroit, is visiting at S. S. Blltz's on W. Huron ?t. Miss Cora Kaichen, of Detroit, is the guest of the Misses Kahu's during the week. Mrs. G. W. Doty, of Manchester is visiting her son Probate Huister Doty, and family. Dr. W. ff. White 'of Grand Itapids is visiting at Mr. E. J. Knowlton's on X. State st. C. D. Bighain, of South Lyon, has taken up his residence in Ann Arbor with his fauiily. M iss Mol lie L. Hall is home for the sunimer vacation from the art school at Ciucinnatl. MUs Jen o e D. Wood, of Monroe, is the guest of her brother, Dr. J. C. Wood, this weck. Julius V. Seyler, lcft Tuesday for Boston, as a delégate to the National Musical Association. Dr. and Mrs. N. II. Willianis, of Jackson, are guests of Dr. and Mrs. Vaughan, on 8. State t. Mrs. Roberts, of Cleveland, Oliio, is spending conimeneementat her nepliew's, E. B. Pond's. Prof. Delos Fall of Albion College, and Dr. A. G. Bruce, of Albion are the guou of Dewitt C. Fall. Lucius Smit U of Adrián, is rislting liis motlier Mrs. Chipman Smitb, on S. Main st., for a lew days. Geo. P. Wanty, whose msrrlage was noted last week, has gone to Europe on his wedding tour. Mrs. John Woodrnfl, of I.udington, Is visiting her father, Jereiulah Williams, in Ann Arbor town. Mac C. Le Beau has moved frnm his farm into his house on the corner of Lawrence and Thayer sts. Mr. and Mr?. Chas. Duncan, of Duluth, Mimi., have been visting at Mayor Itobison's during the week. Edward Quick and wife of Detroit spent Sunday with Mrs. Q.'sgrandmother, MrsJone?, of the 5th ward. MissCooper, of the 4th ward schools, has gone to Jackson to visit her mother for the summer season. Mrs. Prof. W. II. Payne is visiting relatives and friends in Adrián. The Professor is in West Virginia. Mrs. Judge Wixson md daughter, Maud, of Caro, are in the city, to witness the exercises of the week. The Misses Kathbone entertained their friends Saturday from 5 to 8 oYlock p. m., at their home on División st. F red J. Maynard, of Grand Rapid?, lias been visiting his parents Mr. and llti J W. Maynard, durlugthe week. Geo. B. Remiok and Alfred B. Brush of Detroit, are the guests ol John F. Li.wrence during commencement. Miss Carrie Comstock, of the treapury deiartment Washington, D. C, id home for her usual summer vacation. Prof. R. E. Nichola will visit Saratoga this summer and altend the meeting of the national teacher' tt association. Mrs. O. N. Butts from Council Bluffs, lowa, has been visiting her sister, Mrs. D. F. Schairer, during the week past. Myron H. French of West Branch, for merly city reeorder of this city, was in town a few days the last of the week. The Misses Gott and Miss Parish and Miss Moore entertained a few friends at tea Monday evenlng before the concert. Miss Nettie B. Ames has returned home from Minneapolis. Mimi., whero she has been teaching, for the summer vacation. Mrs. J. A. Wonderly and daughter and Mrs. Chas. II. Perkins and two sons are visiting at A. W. Hamilton's on Madison street, Geo. C. Witherby and wife, expect to leave soon for a few week's absence at Alexandria Bay, the Thousand Islands, etc, etc. Miss Moore of Detroit, and Miss Parrish of Grand Rapids, formerly of this city. are the guests of the Misses Gott of División st. Prof. George Comstock, of Columbus, Ohlo, is visiting his parents on E. Catharine ft., for a few days. He goes from here to California. Philip Muldleton and Miss Amanda J. Vall, of Adrián, are visiting the former's cousin and the latter's sister, Mrs. Will R. Payne, on N. Thayer st. E. W. Coddington and family left last Friday for their future home in Florida, where E. W. expects to cultívate the orange and other tropical fruits. Chas. II. Hendrlck has purchased a fruit farm near Ottawa, Franklln Co., Kansas, and has settled down to the peaceful pursuiis of a i.irniiT Success tojhim. Mr. J. W. Payne, llt,-S3, of Port Clinton, Ohio, aecompanied by liis wife, is spending the week with Dr. C. G. Darling and wife on E. University ave. Dr. Shaw and wife of Chelsen, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Sawyer over Sunday. They came down tn ttend the baccalaureate address of Dr. Angelí. Mrs. Prof. Geo. P. Williams expects to loave Ann Arbor permanently aboutSept lst, going to Pullman, 111. Miss Louise Richards, her daughter. will acooinpany her al su. Mrs. J. C. Knowlton gave a reoeption and tea Monday afternoon in honor of Miss Ballinger of Galveston, Texas, and Miss Short, of Cleveland, her guests for the week. Albcrt J. Vollaud, principal of the Grand RapMi higli hooi, is expected home Sitnrdiiy with his wife and child to remain dnrinj; the sumnicr vication with his parents. Miss Mclnow, of the Normal school at Ypsilanti, WbO bas been visiting her, unele, Mr. Kianigan, on Foimtani st, has returned to her home at I.akc Superior to-lay. Mr. Frank Clancy, of I'nw l'avv, returned to his home Sunday evening after a week's visit with hls parent, Mr. and Mrs. James Clancy, of Fountaln Etreet, and other friends in the city. Miss Jessie Nelson, ot Olivet, is vUiting at the residence of VÍ. W. Bliss on William t Mios Mamie Blifs will return with Miss Nelson for a vislt of sorae weeks in the central and nrrthern part of the state.