PERSONAL MENTION Mrs. Horace Brock w.-nt to Philadelphia this morning. Jacob B. Millar.) attended : in Hfttrisburg today. Contractor Jiavilla lionmov East Hanover t.xlay. C. H. Killinger, es.|.. attended t" professional business at Harrisburg today. H. G. Walker, undertaker, of Jonestown, wag a visitor in Lebanon today. Misa Emma Oberly returned on Monday evening from a visit to lliirrisbupg. Rev. D. K. Klopp, pastor of the First Reformed church, was in My.-rstown today. J. K. Smaling. a boiler inspector from Lancaster, was registered at the Valley House. Uriah 1). Seltzer, of Seltzer Bros., left for Washington, 1>. C., on business thi- morning. Druggist Frank Havis returned to his ^duties today from a visit to his parents on Korth Fourth street. Samuel L. Light, superintendent of the Lebanon rolling mills, went to Philadelphia- this morning. H. tl. Brill, superintendent of the Pennsylvania Bolt <t Nut works, visited Heading on Monday evening. George M. Rise, superintendent .if tin- Lebanon etove works, is at York attend- ine to important legal business. Barry Rank, of Harrisburg, visited this city on business today and was the cuegt of hifi father-in-law, Mavor Alberl Garrett. Harvey C. (innnbein, «f Mt. /ion, returned to Lebanon Monday evening IV * visit to Washington, lie win- gone-ev- eral weeks. Mre. J. H Bartholomew, of 1'ottsville. is the guest oflicrbrother..IacobB. Karcli. Cumberland street. She is accompanied by a daughter. Win. Yarnall, a delegate of ('apt. Win. Tice Post, Mye-fitown. passed through here today on'his way to Williamspmt to attend the encampment.