Thb Register will next week receive and rublish lists of those who will receive on New Year's. All are invited to sen] lists, but they should reaoh the office as early as Wednesday afternoon. S. Krause was in Toledo Monday. T. J. Keech was in Jackson Monday. Prof. L. A. Rhoades will spend the holidays in Toledo. Dr. T. J. Sullivan, of Chicago, will spend Christmas wilh his family. Henry C. Apfel of Duluth, Minn., is visiting his parents in thiscity. Miss Mamie Clarken returns home today from a school in Windsor, Ont. B. S. Krause, of Grand Rapid?, will spend Christmas in Ann Arbor. Miss Allie Curtis of Washington -sf, will spend the holidays in Kalamazoo. Miss Miry Kittredge returned last Siturday from a visit in Grand Rapids. Mrs. A. A. Wood will spend the holidays with her daughter in Eaton Rapids. Q-. H. Ludlow, of Detroit, is expected n Ann Arbor this week to visit friends. Miss Elida Lovejjy ot Fifth-st leaves tomorrow to spend the holidays in Buflalo. Dr. Will Saunders, of Manistee, is spend - ng the holidays with his parents in Ann Arbor. Master Henry A. Hudaon will go to Toledo, Die. 26, to attend a Christmas jarty. Mr. and Mre. W. E. Blackstone of Chicago, are the guests of Mr. and Mra. Dlough. F. E Parkinson, of Culkins' drug store, will spend Christmas in I'ontiac with his jarente. Miss Mamie Benham of Wayne will spend the holidays with her parenta on ïuron-st. Chas. Burg, brother of Frank and John iurg, has been elected assessor of Messa county, CoL Mrs. Louis Blitz of Detroit will spend Christmas witli Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Blitz of Ann Arbor. Eugene Spoehr is home from the theoogical Seminary at Afton, Minn., for a hree weeks' visit. Mrs. Hattie Power?, of Springfield, rfich., is a guest of her sister, Mra. Benïam, of Huron-st. Robert C. Traub of Detroit will visit Jerhardt Jobenhaas and other relatives during the holidays. Miss Mary Kordes, of Farwell, will arrive in Ann Arbor this week to visit her arents on Pontiac st. H. J. R jbeson and wife, of Port Huron, will v 8it their parents, City Treasurer Moore and wife, thig week. Albert Robison, of Manchester, was in ,he city Tuesday and Wednesday, visiting his brother, J. J. Robison. Geo. Grossman, oL Detroif, a former Ann Arbor boy, is expected in the city Saturday to spend a few days. Will Schneider, of Cülumbus, O., formrly of Ann Arbor, is visiting his aunt, Miss F. Schneider, of 8. Main st. News was receive 1 on Tuesday of the death of Chauncy Hurd, of Belden, Mich., father of A. C. llurd of this city. MifS Florence, daughter of Judge Graot, of Marq.iette, and grand-dau?hter of exGov. Felch, will be married Dec. 28. Alderman Allmendinger started for the south Monday morning to be gone about eiglit weeks. He will go as far as Florida. Mr. aDd Mrs. John Reed of East Saginaw, both lits of U. of M., are expected to :peod Christmas with Dr. and Mrs. Daring. Mis Thekla Bengel, of Main-st, left last ?riday for her home in Hannibal, Mo., because her father, Prof; Bengel, a former well-known music teacher of Ann Arbor, s Vf ry ick. The Misses Mclntyre, the Misses Riney, MissGertieClancy and Miss Celia Giliert are expected home today from St. iary'g convent inMonroe. Miss Tessie ÜHtery comes to-day from the Sacred I-art convent in Detroit to visit her sister, Mrs. Sheehan of State-Bt Wüliam J. Oloott, lit of U. of M, of Huiley, Wis., will be married next Monday eveniug to Miss Fannie Builey, of Ann Arbor. Mrs. Maclean, of the Plii Kappa Psi home wül spend the holidays with her daughter, Mrs. H. T. Msrley, at Marine City, Mich. Mr. Benson Duncan, formerly Miss Frttiny Devanny, now of LtSalle, Ind., cams to visit her mother in Ann Arbor last week. Chas. Spoor, W. W. Nichols, and Eugene Mutschel, and their 1'aiiilies, expect to snend Chrisunas with O. F. Webster, of OiVOSSO. Cards a-e out for the marriage of Henry Haskell, of Allmendinger and S'jhneider's mili, with Miss Mary Brorks St. Clair, of Bay City, Dec. 2G. Mr. and Mra. Hawkes of Birmingham are in Ann Arbor to spend the hoüdays with rheparentsof Mrs. Hawke?, Mr. and Mre. J. D. Stimson. T. R. Bours who ha been in Brown'á drug ttore for the past eighteen months will leave next week with his wife to live in Milwaukee, Wis. Miss May Ilemingway, daugh:er of Mrs. N. Hemineway of University-ave, will be raarried Jn. 12, to Leslie A. Jacox of S m José, Cal. Prof. Carhart starts for Washington tonight to meet a committee of ihe American assuciation for the advanoemer.t of science on teaching of physics. Fred. Weir oi LsPorte, Ind., medie about '85, will spend Christmas with Fred. McOmber in Ann Arbor. He will then leave for Europe to study two or three yearp. C. C. Hawes, son of Gr. M. Ilawes of the Arlington house, entertaineii the lit freshmen lat Friday evening. There was dancing in the dining room, and it was a veryenjoyable affair. Philip Stimson, of E:tst Saginaw, is to be married this evening to Mis Josie McCreery nn Fourth-st, by Rev. W. W. Ramsay. Tbey will take the 11 p. m. train for their home in East Saginaw. Btirt Collin?, of Charlotte, and Misa Bessie Richardson, daughter of J. W. Richardwn, rormerly of Ann Arbor, will be married in St. Andrews church in Ann Arbor next Monday at 5 p. m., and will take the evening train for Charlotte. The following pay more than $500 in taxes in Ann Arbor this year : Estáte of R. A. Beal, $1,136.43; Ann Arbor Water Co., $577.50; Alpheu Feloh, $577 50; Matk & Schmid, $5L3 73 ; Estáte of Lucy Morgan, $814.1'i. Some of the other heavy tax payers are as follows : Wm, Aprill, $223.60; Ann Arbor Gas Co., $462.00; Dean & Co., $253 64; C. Eberbach, $277.85; Estáte of J. J. Ellis, $482.50; A. W. Hamilton, $254.21; Hutühins in estáte, $326.70; Israel Hall, 233.20; L. D James. $386.20; J. T. Jacob?, $227.4S; Wm. Vagner, $497.63; Mrs. M. L. White, $312.11.