A quiet wedding took place Tuesday evening at the residence of John Goetz, sr., on north Main-st, the contracting parties being Miss Barbara Goetz and J. A. C. Hildner. The ceremony was performed by the groom's father, RevJ. G. Hildner, of Detroit. Nathan Stanger was best man and Mies Augusta Hildner bridesinaid. Only the immediate relatives were present. A beautiful serenade was given by the Gesangverein Lyra. The newly married couple forego the usual wedding trip and wil settle down for the present at the residence of the bride's párente. The groom graduated froni the literary department of the University in 1890 and during the past year bas been principal of the Hancock school. On Saturday last he was appointed by the regenta instructor of Germán. He is a young man of ability and great promise. The bride is well known to all Ann Arbor people and has won for herself many friends. HEKK AND THERE. Miss Lizzie Diehl is in Manchester. Albert Holmes has returned from Chicago. Mrs. Nelson Sutherlandspent Sunday in Toledo. MissMaryTrueblood leaves soon tor California. Miss Fannie Ford is yisiting in Chatauqua, N. Y. Mrs. Wm. Biggs left last week for Omaha, Neb. Wm. Graves is spending bis vacation in Northfield. Miss SusaWhedon left Saturday evening for Milwaukee. Prof. J. C. Knowlton and family left Tuesday for Boston. Mr. and Mre. E. J. Knowlton left yesterday for Trenton. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Blake left Sunday evening for Petoskey. Miss Minnie Cowan has gone to Terre Haute, Ind., for a visit. Martin Haller was in Chicago and Grand Rapids last week. Mrs. C. B. Nancrede and family are camping at North Lake. Prof. M. W. Ilarrington will be in Aun Arbor next Saturday. Mrs. Zenas Burd expects to leave this week for Terre Haute, Ind. Alian B. Pond, of Chicago, has been visiting his father, E. B. Pond. Mrs. A. L. Noble and family leave for Whitmore Lake today. Mrs. A. C. Graupner left Wednesday for a visit with friends in Illinois. John Burg spent Sunday with his family, who are visiting in Detroit. Rev. Peyton Gallagher, of Geneva, N. Y., is the guest of C. W. Mellor. Win. Allaby, jr, who has been visiting m this city, has returned to Chicago. Peter Miller, of Ypsilar.ti, spent Sunday with City Clerk Miller and wifo. Mrs. C. J. Patterson, of Detroit, is the guest of her brother, Wm. Goodyear. Miss Hattie Warner isspending a few weeks with relatives in Battle Creek. Wm. Wetmore, of Jonesville, bas been visiting his parents on west Huron-st. N. G. Butts left Monday for Jamestown, N. Y., where he remains one week. J. Morris, of Detroit, on Monday took charge of Mack & Schmid's carpet department. Miss I. il lian E. Vanderhoef is visiting her brother, W. A. Vanderhoef, of 21 west Ann-st. Wendell Moore, Herman Peckham and David Litschke are camping at Portage Lake. Mrs. S. X. Goulet, of Eeed City, ia visitiug her sister, Mrs. S. A. Goodale, of north Main-st. Miss Grace Miley returned from Saginaw today, accompaniedxby her cousin, Miss Jessie Miller. Charlee Gruner of the Farmers and Mechanics' bank, left on Thursday, for Grand Island, Neb. 9. T. Jacobs returned Monday evening from California. He says that his trip was a pleasant one. Rudolph Luz and Richard Kearns, of Lansiog, were among the visitors, .Sunday, at Whitmore Lake. Dr. NancredeandDr. VaughnJeftSunday evening for New York, whence they sailed for England. George Black, ofCentralta, Wash., was the guest of his sister, Mrs. W. F. Stimson, a few days last week. Dr. Sidney Culver, of Mason, together with his family, is the guest of his mother, Mrs. M. W. Culver. Misses Clara and Nina Doty arespending the week with their grandmother, Mrs. M. Salyer, ín Northfield. SSS Miss Daisy King left last week for New York City, where she takes a position in the Willard hospital. Mrs. N. D. Cochrane and family, of Toledo, are the guests of Mrs. Cochrane'sparents.Mr. and Mrs. John Moore. The Sunday school pupila of the Bethlehem church enjoyed a picnic, yesterday, at Schaefer's grove on Dexter-ave. Mrs. T. W. Piers, of Topeka, Kac, who has been visiting lier parents, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Wagner, returned home Tuesdiy. Messrs. and Mesdames Albert Manu, A.C. Schumacher and R. H. Kempf have gone to Whitmore Lake for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Behr, of Detroit Mrs. Lindeniann and Titus Hutzel and family arespending the week at Zukey Lake. Dr. and Mrs. E. T. Loefller and son, who havn been spending a month with Mrs. G. W. Miley, left for Saginaw yesterday. Mr. and Mru. Steinkohl, of Manchester, and Kmanuel Keek, of Chicago, snent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Dieterie. Prof. Morris Seabolt, of Manistee, was the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Moses Seabolt. daring the first part of the week. Carlos Hill has gone to Marquette. G. G. Stimson has gone to Gull Lake. Miss Ella Y. Mills left Sunday for Detroit. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Novy have returned. Bobert Gerner exppts soon to take a northern trip. E. E. Calkins and family leave soon for Bay View. Mrs. M. H. Ide, of Detroit, is visiting Mrs. M: H. Mills. James Quarry has gone to Parkhill, Ont., to visit his parents. Mrs. M. W. Harrington is visiting her oíd home in Sycamore, 111. Mrs. L. J. Bidwell, of Tecumseh, is visiting Mrs. W. D. Adams. Misses Mattie and Kate Harriman left yesterday for Vermont. Mrs. G. E. Dibble has gone to Grass Lake to spend the summer. Mrs. Mary Conover has gone to Bueycus, Ohio, to visit her daughter. O. M. Clemente, of St. Johns, spent last Thursday with L. H. Clement. Miss Lillian Clements is spending two weeks with her brother in St. Johns. A. W. Hamilton and family left Friday for a week's stay at Oíd Mission. Prof. P. R. DePont will soon take his annual outing on the Cheneauzlslande. Mrg. J. H. Wade and daughter, Misa Gertrude, leave tomorrow for Wequetonsing. Messrs. Chas. E. Hiscock, Sam Langsdorf and Zac. Roath are at Whitmore Lake. Miss Emma Hayley leaves today for Marquette, where she will spend several weeks. Miss Mary Sullivan, of the post office, left Saturday for a two weeks visit in (Jhicago. Prof. A. J. Volland, of Racine, Wia.i is the guestof his parents, Mr. and Mre. J. Volland. Rev. A. S. Carman will return from Benton Harbor in time to conduct services Sunday. Mrs. Charlotte Eastman, of Chicago, arrived Tuesday evening for a visit at her old home. Mrs. Bert Flynn, nee Allie Tolchard, formerly of this city, is now residing at San Francisco. Stuart Millen, of this city, and Will Frothingham, of Detroit, are camping at WhitmoroLake. Harry Atkinson, of Lansing, is the guest of his sister, Mrs. Mary Effner, of north Fifth-ave. Miss Emily Dnrhei m left Tuesday evening for a two months' visit with her sister in Orange, Mass. Prof. A. B. Stevens returned Monday from Buffalo, where he attended the photographer's convention. Mrs. L. P. Hall and family, of Hill-st, left Saturday to visit her parents in Grosse Isle, for abouttwo weeks. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Jernings leave Saturday for Lincoln, Neb. Mr. Jennings will go into the insurance business. Adolph Kemper returned Friday from Chattanooga, Tenn. He will spend four or five weeks in this city. Ainong the guests at the Alma sanitarian are Mrs. W. H. Jackson and Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Richrnond, of Ann Arbor. Miases Minnie and Loraine Johnson, of Watervliet, Berrfen county, have been visiting their sister, Mrs. T. H. Wadhams. Mrs. James E. Callaghan, of Chicago, arrived Monday evening to spend a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Donnelly. Mrs. V. G. Doty, with her little son Ralph, left yesterday morning for Denver, wliere she will visit lier sister, Mrs. L. M. Goddard. The Detroit Tribune announces the engagement of Misa Harria, daughter of the late Bishop Harris, and Prof. C. M. Gayley, of thiB city. Gustave Brehm left Monday morning for a trip around the lakes. M. L. Belser will attend to the county treasurer's business during his absence. Mrs. H. H. Curtis and daugbter, Miss Grace, drove down from Lansing to Ann Arbor, Thursday. They have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. Matthews. Wni. Conrad has returned from Wicconsin, where he has been during the past three years, and is the guest of his mother, Mrs. C. Conrad, of Geddes-rvve. Among those who went to Detroit, Tuesday, to attend the race?, were J. Preston, A. P. Ferguson, J. F. Lawrence, Ed. Kent, W. D. Harriman, Dr. J. A. Dell and G. C. Orcutt. Mre. John Lowiy left on Satarday last for i.afayette, Ind., where Mr. Lowry is engaged as superintendent for the Champion Binder Company. Mrs. Lowry wijl spend some time with her son in Chicago before returning. Wm. Bischoff and Miss Eva Miller, both former employés of the Register office, will be married today at Muskegon. Mrs. George P.Stauch.of this city, mother of the groom, has gone to attend the wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Bischoff will reside at Grand Rapids.