F ' PERSONALS. Thomas H. Bradley formerly of the War Department but now Captain of the 21st Iufantry W, P. Army left the city with his wife Wednesday. Rev. E. W. Williams of Abbeville Abbeville S. C , arrived in the citv from an extensive eastern trip Saturday and left tor his work in the South Tuesday morning. He was accom-panied accom-panied by Miss Ida R. Chase, his sister ii.-law, who has gone on a visit to her 3ister at Abbeville, S. C. Rev. W. J. Simmons, editor of the Louisville Baptist, President of the Baptist State U niversity, President of the National Colored Press Association, was in the city Tuesday ou business concerning his new book eu titled the History of Eminenr Colored Men. He dined with Mr. and Mrs. Chase the editor editor of tl e Bee Wednesday aud left Thursday afternoon for his home. Hon. B. K. Bruce and wife, will arrive in the city on or about May 15th. Ex Recorder of Deeds Frederick Frederick Douglass aud wife will be home in May. Miss Lottie Harvey, of Philadelphia Philadelphia and sister to Mrs. W. H. Wilsou was called home suddenly suddenly last week on account ot illness in the family. Miss Harvey won a host of friends while in the city. Mr. W. H. Black, who has been Mrs. W. J. Maves has some what improved. Mr. C. F Murray is out again looking well. Miss Florence M. Williams is one of the most amiable young ladies in the Recorder of Deeds Office. Mr. J. L. Johnson, after a brief stay in New York has returned to the city. Mr. Geo. T. Downing is still in the city. Mr. C. H. J. Taylor, who is saia to be appointed minister to Liberia, will arrive in the city next week. Miss Eliza Upshur has gone Atlantic City, N. J. ou business. ciufiaea to hi room hout agaiu.