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Southern ladies' journal. (Little Rock, Ark.) 1886-18??, October 02, 1886, Image 7

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The ladies of the Woman’s Auxiliary
t he f. M. C. A. will give a reception
t ",Xr. and Mrs. E. S. Chipley on Tues
j’* night at 8 o’clock in the Y. M. C.
l \ rooms, 313! Main street. All mem
hers of the Auxiliary and of the Y. M.
p A. and all friends of the Association
, re cordially invited to attend and
give the general Secretary and his bride
a welcome house.
The family of Mr. W. P. Campbell,
clerk of the State Supreme Court, will
soon occupy their new residence corner
Fifteenth and Scott street, formerly oc
cupied by the family of Hon. William
Terry. The young people of oui city
w ho were looking forward with pleasure
of Miss Campbell in society here will be
sorry to learn that she will remain in
Huntsville, Alabama, a portion of this
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Chipley are the
guests of Maj. and Mrs. P. K. Roots.
The Mends of Mr. Chipley, from Little
Rock who attended the bridal ceremony
last month in the far town of Westfild,
Mass., speak with enthusiasm of the fine
qualities of his bride. In Westfield this
lady was spoken of as first in every hu
mane and excellent Christian work.
Her thoughtfulness, her kindness were
alluded to, and Little Rock was conorat-
ulated in being the future home of so
earnest and noble a lady.
Mrs. W. J. Thompson, who returned
this week, brought the disappointing in
telligence that her eldest daughter Miss
Willie would not return to Little Rock,
until Spring. Miss Willie will persue her
studies under the charge of Miss Bell and
MissComegys, at Chestnut Hill, Phila
delphia, Pa. Owing to delicate health
Miss Ada 1 hompson will remain here
this winter. 1 hese young ladies though
uotyet formally introduced to “society”
dle amon g our most highly educated
) () ung people. Thoroughly cultivated
ln mind, they are fine musicians, good
ln guists, polished in manners and will be
'"uinents to our most exclusive social
Clr desinth e future.
()n Wednesday last at Hot Springs,
the death of Dr. Irvin
the youngest son of Dr. J. M.
ea1 ' a physician well known and
v j'tnioughout this state. Dr. Ir
e^e| was only twenty-seven years
a and had received every advant
tint culture and travel could give.
wh e r P | ntmuch time in Louisville, Ky.,
and 616 man y r elatives and friends,
ci)n'\ aS a reat Dvorite. As a phvsi
e er ha ( * P urs ued with dili
ca ,' ls Judies in Europe and Ameri
-11 e his pride in his noble proses-
sion was earnest and sincere. The
Medical College of Little Rock found in
him an efficient aid, while his ad
dresses to the students will long be re
membered as inspiring and encouraging
them in an ardent study of the profes
sion and science of alleviating disease.
Had he lived, his mature manhood would
probably have brought him much fame
as a physician. But in death he sought
the consolation of religion, and died pro
fessing the faith of his mother. His re
mains were intered from the Catholic
Cathedra], a large concourse of friends
following them to the tomb. Kind
friends had covered rhe coflin with
Howers and as the funeral cortege moved
up the aisle of the cathedral to the sol
emn music, there were many tears shed
for the bereaved father and mother.
The pall bearers were Mayor Walsh,
Hon. E. W. Rector, Col. J. J. Sumpter,
Dr. Rector and Mr. Albert Gaines, of
Hot Springs, and Doctors Lenow, Dib
sell, Gibson, G. M. D. Cantrell, Prather
and Christian of this citv. Following,
there came Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Keller,
Mr. Murray' Keller, Louisville, Ky..
and Mrs. Tevis, Maj. and Mrs. John D.
Adams, Capt. and Mrs. J. R. Miller,
Mrs. John Boyle and Mr. S. B. Adams,
and Dr. and Mrs. A, L. Brevsacher.
The funeral address was rendered by
the Rev. Mr. O’Reilly, with all the pathos
and eloquence for which this gentleman is
Local News.
Ladies and gentlemen’s buckskin
driving gloves at low rates, at C. O.
Kimball’s, 324 Main street.
Ladies and gentlemen’s buckskin
driving gloves at low rates, at C. 0.
Kimball’s, 324 Main street.
At Kimball’s, Mexican tanned gaunt
lets that keep the hands from chapping,
and do not grow hard, from wet or ex
Ladies and gentlemen’s buckskin
driving gloves at low rates, at C. 0.
Kimball’s, 324 Main street.
At Kimball's, Mexican tanned gaunt
lets that keep the hands from chapping,
and do not grow hard, from wet or ex
Mr. A. Pettifer is going forward rap
idly with the Merchants’ Exchange
building for which he has the contract.
Mr. Pettifer has just finished the hand
some addition to the Female College of
this city. With these buildings, Mr.
Pettifer is coming forward with other
works in this city which speaks well for
the business outlook of the community.
Ladies and gentlemen’s buckskin
driving gloves at low rates, at C/0.
Kimball’s, 324 Main street.
Cassinelli on the east side of MaiA
street, south of Second, has an excel
lent assortment of all kinds of fruit, pears,
grapes, bananas, and a fine selection of
oysters ot every grade. Cassinelli in
vites his numerous pations to call.
Mr. IL P. Edmunson at his fine store
300 Main street, offers to house-keepeis
canned goods, preserves and delicacies,
with also a new arrival of conveniences
and a fresh stock of maple syrup. With
these goods Mr. Edmunson has received
a new arrival of evaporated fruits.
Messrs. E. D. Bradshaw & Co., wish
to announce to the ladies that they have
received a large line of selected grocer
ies for house keepers. Mr. Bradshaw
makes a specialty of Thurber’s canned
goods, and has in stock some of the veiy
best fresh evaporated fruits the market
can afford.
Mr. E. Harris, on the Southeast coro
ner of Markham and Scott, jeweler and
engraver, special attention given to fine
engraving on gold and silver, bangles a
specialty. Mr. Harris has some very
handsome sets of ladies’ jewelry with
rings, bracelets and handsome bijouterie
of toilette jewels.
Among the new goods arriving E.
1). Smith is displaying a fresh stock of
canned goods just received with prime
butter, and a select lot also, of fancy
groceries. Call on him, second door
from Seventh and Main streets, Little
We call the attention of our readers to
the new and very excellent heating
stove, that will be found in our advertis
ing columns. The stove is now being
used in some of the handsomest houses
in the city. In one house two large par
lors were warmed with a most equable
and pleasant heat during the entire win
ter. Messrs. Ostrander & Hogan are
the agents for the stove and can give
numerous testimonials concerning it.
Engstroum & Fraser, the fashionable
Taylors on West Markham street wish to
present before the public their special
ties in the latest styles of gentleman’s
goods. Wives and mothers should rec
omend the very handsome overcoat cloth
that these gentlemen have in stock, with
also some very choice suiting goods.
We call attention to the add of the
large wholesale dry goods establishment
of Wolf & Bro., upon our fourth page.
Although the French papers have
given all the details of Nilsson’s wedding,
that event has not yet occurred, and will
not take place this month.

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