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Social Items. Judge Vaughan is in Lexington, Ky., attending the Fair. The charming Miss Jean Cravens of Clarksville, Ark., is the guest of Miss Carters of Ozark, Ark. Mr. E. S. Ready of Helena, was in the city this week and was warmly wel comed by his many friends. Miss Etta Govan of Marianna, is visit ing her sister, Mrs. Elean West, corner Twentieth and Center in this city. Miss Jessie Coffin, daughter of Mr. James P. Coffin of Powhatan, is visiting Miss Nettie Mayfield of Batesville, Ark. There are two or three prospective weddings on the tapis for this winter, among the favorites of society. Miss Ellen Rose reached home Fri day, after a delightful summer spent among the mountains of Tennessee. Mrs. George H. Sanders, entertained a few friends on Thursday evening, com plimentary to Mrs. Tevis of Galveston, Texas. Miss Emma Deshon is going to Dal las, Texas, the latter part of this month, to be absent until Christmas, visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. John Calef and Miss Mattie Churchill, are going to Fort Smith next week to be present at the Fair. Mrs. Edmund Urguhart and Miss Madge have returned from Canada, where they have been spending the sum mer. Miss Minnie Vaughan, daughter of Dr. Vaughan of Hot Springs, will be the guest of Mrs. George H. Sanders next week. Mrs. J. E. Marsh and Mrs. Coll An drews and children, reached home last Saturday, after a delightful summer spent near Lowell, Mass. Mrs. Sterling R. Cockrill and family have returned from Beersheba Springs, lenn., where they have been spending a delightful summer. Mr. and Mrs. John Boyle, and Maj. and Mrs. W. E. Woodruff*, are going to St Louis on Sunday, to be present at the Veiled I rophets and attend the Fair. Mr. June Johnson has purchased, since going to New Mexico, a burro, and has named it, for reasons best known to him self, after a young society gentleman in tms city, whose initials are F. W. G Miss Hattie Breysacher, who has been so feted in Huntsville Alabama, where she has been spending the summer the guest of her aunt, is expected home next week. Col. “Bob” Crockett is causing many people to turn their eyes toward Arkan sas by his trips in northern and western states. We call the attention of our readers to some receipts upon our House and Home page, sent us by a St. Louis lady, who is noted for her fine house keeping. Mr. George M. Craig and Miss Jen nie A. Taliaferro of Bentonville, were married in that city a few days since. It was the leading society event of the sea son. Mr. Cassinelli, one of the largest deal ers in fruits, oysters and other epicurean dainties of the city, offers to his custom ers a new lot of all that is best in the market. Mrs. Wm. Caruth and Miss Hattie en joyed their summer spent at Old Point Comfort and other eartern watering places very much. It is our pleasure to have these ladies among us once again. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Remmel of New port, Ark., left last week for Staunton, Va., and Stratford, N. Y., where they will visit relatives and friends. They will be absent nearly one month. We learn from the Diocese of Arkan sas, that Rev. W. A. Tearne has resign ed the rectorship of St. Paul, Batesville, Arkansas, and accepted that of St. James Church of Texarkana, Texas. Mr. Mark Valentine has purchased a residence in the suburbs of the citv, on the extension of Twelfth street. Mrs. Wm. H. Smith of Vicksburg, Miss., is to be the guest of Mrs. Valentine dur ing the present month. Mi. and Mrs. 11. F. Eberts, will oc cupy the house now being rebuilt by Mr Alden Woodruff', on the corner of Sixth and Sherman. This is the cottage belonging to Mr. Woodruff, which was lecently injured by fire. We see from the Malvern News that J* Robeitson killed a laige deer last week. The doctor is extremely son i of hunting, and is never so happy, as when he has his gun on his shoulder and his tine dogs leaping around him. Miss Sophia Crease, hasVorked zeal ously for the concert given in Austin, exas, on October ist, for the benefit of the Confederate Home, to be built in that tickpf ■ bii. Weie a lai^e number °f ckets soldhere, and such an enter prise deserves universal patronage. . an d Mrs. E. V. I cided to return to Lissi e I winter and will reach h e t k ’ ° r I week They will occupy the I < ence belonging to the Do I the house on the corner no ’ nextto I by Mrs. E. W. Gibb. ’ Occu M I ted this week with very great I by members of that ancient. I faith. The Synagogue was ? > and thronged with intelligent an I* 1 I worshipers during the L t i re “ *' I the morning. Cfc °f I Miss Nannie, the talented a , Os Gen. D. 11. Hill f,„ . rtul, is now teacher Os I painting, modeling and decorative a ,. ti . Mrss Bragg’s school at Washington, D, • he schoolis to be congratulated 01 | Its teacher in the art department. Abet I ter selection could not havebeen made.' Miss Jean Loughborough, is a candi- I date lor Enrolling Clerk of the Senate, and not of the House, as some papers I have announced. We are indebted to our friends the Pine Bluff Press-Eagle and Commercial, the Helena World and the Batesville Guard, for very compli mentary mention. Universal sympathy is still being felt and expressed for the tried parents of Mr. Douglas Stephens Blackburn, who was so lately in our midst, and yet so lately entombed. A young man of en ergy, of fine gifts, of bright promise, his early death has surprised and grieved those who know and enjoy the friendship of his distressed and kindly parents. James P. Brown of the Marianna In dex, has severed his connection with that journal as editor. Mr. W. S.Mc Clintock. its proprietor, will probably steer that journal through the troubled waters. —Helena World. Mr. Brown is a courtly young gentle man of much ability, and we regret to learn that he has deserted the fraternity. Mr. Louis Reinman, has improved his large stables on the corner of Third and Louisiana. He keeps a large and varied stock of horses and mules, both foi rent and sale. With handsome outfits, in the wav of vehicles and stylish turnout. Those wishing a handsome diagoi o ft cart for an evening drive, can have t ie sent promptly from this stable to tie. residence. Beside this Mi. e man is building a large stable on opposite side of the street, \vhi it tions will be held once a wee o family horses, and blooded stoc ■ Mr. Reinman is associated his a in-law Mr. Simon, who is so v throughout this State tor 30 man business experience ana 1 ners.