Lottie E. Simmons
PERSONAL HEHTIOH. Ex-Recorder Jonathan Seldel yester day visited Reading. Mr. Cyrus Strickler was in Philadel phia yesterday. Officer Ringler was a visitor in Potts- villc yesterday. Among the visitors from this city i riarrisbnrg yesterday was Hon. John W Killiugcr aud C. H. Killingor, esq. Mr. Geo. W. Houck is attending tb Montgomery county teachers' institute David Stover, who left this city las March for Bluffton, Ind., has returned t this city and will spend the winter here Lewis S. Miller and sister, who hav been visiting friends in this city, hav returned home. Among the visitors in this city toda was "Squire Samuel Ricker, of Freder ickslmrg. L. W. Hartman, of this city, who hai hei-ii visiting in Steelton, returned horn yesterday. Mr Robert Weidel, compositor on tb Philadelphia "Inquirer," is visiting h: uncle, Mr. Walter Boyd, in this city, Mr. W. T. Prantz, accompanied by h: wife, left today for Philadelphia an Kuw York to purchase his fall and win ter i;oods. Mr. and Mrs. David F. Wise yesterda were in Reading. Miss Otto Holtzman, of Miilersburg spent yesterday with her friend, Mi Lottie Simmons, who is cashirr at tt II 'U-l Columiius. This morning Mis Holtzman left for Lebanon.—Harrisbnrj Patriot. Messrs. Capp and Schock, esqs.. le on the 7:07 train this morning for Phil del phia. Mr - J - *•- Krn ™. °f Faribault, Minn is in Mycrstown. attending to the settlin np of his father's estate. Dr. I. K. Uhrich, of AnnTille, toda | was in this city.