Prof. Roulf, of the Pennsylvania State college, is registered at tlie- Eagle Hotel. Mrs. Sallie Kilmer, ofryJIferBtown, on Friday morning left for OBlo where her son. Rev. Harvey Kilmer, has a charge. John L. Sbnltz, of Newmanstown, candidate for county treasurer, wan ;£ Lebanon this morning. J. B. Miller, accompanied by his wife, are in Lobanon today visiting their son Harry. Mrs. Maria Swing, nee Murray, of Lincoln, Neb., is visiting tbe family of Mr. Morris Weidman, on North Ninth street. Muter Ralph Christian left this morning morning on the 6 o'clock train for Lansdale, where he will spend the week. Mrs. David Werner, of Philadelphia,^ visiting her father, Mr. Lonser, of this city Miss Anna Bent?, and Miss Carrie Holler, graduates of Wilson College, Cbambersbnrg, are this week attending the commencement exercises of tbeii alma mater. Mr. Bertram Funck, of Gettysburg, is visiting his parents iu this city. Charles DeHoff left for his father's plantation in Virginia. He "n making the trip in a bnggy aud it will take birr four days to reach his destination. ?. G. Valentine has, returned home from the world's fair. Miss Lottie Simmons, who bas been pursuing a course in stenography at the Lebanon Business college, has returnee to her home at 1413 "Market street. — Harrisbnrg Independent. Mr. Howard Harbster and family, ol Reading.are in Lebanon visiting the fam. ily of Mr. Michael Bollmau, on East Cumberland street. Geo. B. Barton and wife, Jonestown, are spending a few days with Mrs. Harr; Gillen on Pennsylvania avenue, Harrisburg, Harrisburg, Hiai Marguerite Lynch, of this city is visiting her uncle, Jobn Lynch, 30', Biugamon street, Reading. H. Y. L. Msigs, formerly of this city, but now residing in Philadelphia, was U Lebanon today. Miss Daisy Grnber, of this city, spent the day at lit. Aetna, yesterday.