S. W. HYDE of Groton was in town, Friday.
W. C. RENWICK went to NY Monday.
Miss ATKINSON of Albany is visiting Mrs. HASTINGS.
B. W. LORING, Esq. was in Waverly, one day on legal business.
Miss Eliza DEARSINE is very ill with pneumonia at her residence, No. 124 Chestnut Street.
Mr. CARLSON of Owego has been in Richland this week tuning pianos. - Newark Valley Herald.
L. T. GOODRICH started Monday on a pleasure trip to Syracuse. He will be gone two or three days.
Mrs. E. deVALLIERE and daughters Misses Lena and Nina are passing a few weeks in Chautauqua.
Mrs. J. M. HASTINGS has returned from a month's visit at Windsor Locks, Conn., her former home.
Miss Emily Baird and daughter of Sandusky, Ohio, are visiting at Wesley VanOver's, Liberty Street.
Mrs. E. W. RODMAN and child have returned from Orange, NJ, where they were visiting.
A. S. PARMALEE left this morning for Canandaigua, where she will pass several weeks with friends.
Miss Alice CUTLER of Morovia is a guest of her friend Miss Edna BRANT, No. 79 Liberty street.
F. O. BOARDMAN passed Friday at Hornellsville and on the Erie road between these two places.
Atwood ALLEN of the RECORD force has been passing a short vacation with relatives and friends at Canatonk.
J. M. HASTINGS is on a western trip, which will take him to Detroit. Chicago and other business centers.
Frank ROBERTSON, letter carrier No. 3, is taking his vacation and Substitute HARRIS is serving his route. Mr. ROBERTSON'S contemplated trip is to New York City.
Hon. and Mrs. Howard J. Mead departed on Lackawanna No. 6 Friday afternoon for Block Island, Where they expect to pass two weeks and then return to their cottage on Cayuga Lake until the close of August.
Secretary A. F. CASTERLINE of the Y. M. C. A. is taking his annual vacation this month. He will visit Hornellsville, Dansville and other points. George GREEN has charge of the rooms during his absence.
G. L. ALLEN the popular driver for the United States Express Co., here , has been on the sick list for some time, is on duty again and the RECORD is glad to state that his recovery seems permanent.
Mrs. Galen H. ATKINS of Buffalo, who has been visiting friends and relatives in town for the past month, has returned to her home in that city, where she is employed in an orphans' asylum.
Miss Nellie RILEY returned to-day from her vacation, which she passed in Pennsylvania. While horseback riding last Friday, she was thrown from her horse but escaped with only slight injuries.
W. C. FREEMAN, the upper Main street grocer is passing two weeks vacation at Scranton, Wilkes-Barre, Carbondale and other Pennsylvania cities.
Misses Sarah and Bessie BLANCHARD of Williamsport, PA, have returned home from passing several weeks with relatives in Owego and vicinity.
Mrs. F. S. CURTIS with her son and daughter, are guest of Mrs. A. CURTIS, Front street. Mr. CURTIS is expected to pass Sunday with them.
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