BRID6ETOX. Seth H. Barracliffe; has accepted a position in Burlington. C. C. Grosscup, Jr., of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, is here on a visit. . George Ludy, of Philadelphia, is spending a few days here. Joseph Souders, who has been away from Bridgeton about six months, is home again. Miss Ada Crisp, of Clayton, is now a resident of this city. Victor Schenck has returned from Jeannette, Pa. Mrs. E. F. Swinney, of Shiloh, is spending a few-days few-days few-days with friends in this , city prior to making her home with her son, Dr. Curtis Swinney, at Smyrna, Del. Airs. Lydia Strahan has gone to New Castle, Pa., to nurse her daughter. daughter. Airs. Edwin . F. Wescoat, who is dangerously ill with pneumonia. Rev. Dr. Alace took a spin about town with Charles R. Scull Thursday morning.' " Miss Quinn, of Camden, isvvisiting Miss Hattie Alahon. Airs. John Price, of Lewes. Del., is visiting her brother, E. D. C. Evans. Mrs. George H. Hughes was at Cape Ma?- Ma?- on Thursday attending the funeral of her uncle. Enos R. Williams. Williams. Misses Nora and Priscilla Duffield are visiting in Philadelphia. Mrs. James Neal and daughter. Miss Cora, are visiting in Philadelphia. Winfield Boger has gone to Atlantic City. j ; '