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EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 18S8. A FtI Hlntss. for about three weeks Mr. Abe anfleld, of San Francisco, has Un lviug ill at the residence of his er Mrs. Louis Kuhii. While traveling in the pursuit of his busi ness for the house of Friedlander, Koch & Co., of San Francisco, he ffa3 taken ill in Portland with what proved to be typhoid fever. He greatly desired to be with his rela tives, and on reaching his sister's home in Salem, thanked God that he was under her roof and loving tare. Their brother, Mr. Theo. Mansfield, hastened to his bedside ind has showed all a brother's care ami attention to the last. Drs. J. Smith and J. N. Reynolds, too, have done everything in their pow .rtn alleviate suffering and restore heilth. But watchful care and ten der nursing of friends and the skill of physicians were powerless to avert death which took place last night. The body will bo embalmed and ta lon to San Francisco for burial. The decend was yet in his young man hood, being barely twenty-two years nf.nn-o. The relatives desire the jontNAii to express their gratitude for general sympathy and evinced to the doctors in attendance for their more than professional services. Mr. Theo. Mansfield says that in all his travels and contact with sickness lie never -aw a deeper pcrsoual interest manifested towards a patieift than by Drs.. Smith and Reynolds who not onlv prescribed, but in their (heml-hip often took the matter of administration and application into their own hands notwithstanding the constant presence of regular nur e. The sympathy with the be reaved family is widespread. -- Wedding. Mr. L. R. Stinson, a young man cfSalcm well known among printer?, fcrmerly a member of the firm of L. i. Stinson & Co.,- on Wednesday uk to himself a better half, Miss Lizzie M. Ley, of Clackamascounty those who have the pleasure of icquaiutaucc with the bride $eaK highly of her. She is a mduato of the Portland High drool and . an accomplished teach e. She. received the nomination fcr County Superintendent at the kudu of one of the political parties, d would have received a large tote, but being nominated for ntriiuony and being sure of n nanimous election thereto in Juion county, she declined. Mr. diirs. Stinson were not lonesome their wedding as Miss Lcxxio ley, the lady's sister' and Mr. L. II. kick of Little Nestucca, stood up nth them and were married at the me time. Mr. Vinson a"d ndo have- gone to hou-e-ping in a cozy cottage on tout street near Chcmcketa. The iHible ceremony took place at High nd, Clackamas county, at the bulencc of the parents of the ides, Rev. Sir. Heroy, of Portland fieiatlng. 'As Yoa Wercl" After much changing and experi nting over the stewardship of the snonsyluui, AV. J. Irwin, over Pretention Gov. Pennoyer and Lane had a lomj wranglo last ""iter, is re-appointed. He proved xlfto bo the right man in the w place, and it might havo o bet to have retained him. now it is well that the order P forth "As you wore." Any n in so responsible a position as w or superintendent of an insane 'urn should bo allowed Inriro 'de in choosiug his responsible MOVIM Arifl , innnla lutltwr o fWiean or democrat nroves lnjj ,.s to his tltnosH for positions PV"t humanitarian institutions. have been thrown out as to mimpeteney of tomo of tlio re ' Ipolntees, but a correction of '" published eatHbllshlnie tlio tht(i. M. Wilkins and J. A. l'l an- all right and htiul woll the authorities. HwkTUt Sr Hfrt. 1 Ttf lmook writer eny : A Ctall ' f nmina, who Mely visited v ., banned witli our green md luxuriaut lieriMge nt h ee 'nli.ii own state was So dry I diwty that he openly itdtteil u1'1 " homeat onoeHiid brinir r""i fr-'iu the SauU Ctam vU iv 1ms live. "AVhy," kl 'huuld nun my ttoo nur "t laud in that valley when be - .ncr utna in muunoo " ' r fS tier Mr" And in. '"' ' hrtiiM !... "tirct CryfcrPitcier's Ctiria A Hint to Itax. The West Side correspondent of the above desirable settlement sug' gests that the abundance of good fruit in that neighborhood calls for an erection of an evaporator and in tlmates that H. S. Jory & Son, of Salem, who make the machines should put one up and run it. This is a plan that Salem people could not object to if the manufacturers were not so exceedingly busy mak ing and erecting driers for other people. A similar suggestion was not long ago made to the writer by a resident of Aurora who spoke of the low rate at which fruit could be bought there and dried at a profit, But the ,TouKNAii feels moved to ask why is there not enterprise enough both in these and other com munities to induce individuals or small co-operative companies to pur chase one of the dryers spoken of and dry their own fruit and that of the neighborhood. Then the money spent in labor and material, and the profits made would bo kept at home. Driving Them Dow n. J. B. Fithian, editor of the Vidette, was seen tills morning with coat off and sleeves rolled up,diligently driv ing down the dangerous, protruding nails in the plank crossing on Lib erty street. Tills was suppos-cd to be an act of pure public splritedness, but enquiry developed the fact that the motive was higher and grander than that. The Colonel lias resolv ed himself into a society for the pre vention of profanity. And since editorial and other toes have been stubbed times without number and at least one pair of brand new shoes wrecked on the sidewalk spikes, he determined to attempt to reduce the growing blueness of the lower strat um of the atmosphere by this labor of love. It is to be hoped that this work of philanthropy and high moral reform will bo prosecuted wherever needed over tlio city. But if so, editorial matter in tlio Vidette is likely to be short for some weeks since lie would havo a big contract on hand. Made llapry. On Wednesday evening at the residence of tlio parents of the bride, in the presence only of the immed iate fiiends, Dr. L. L. Rowland, an old friend of the family of tlio groom, legally united in the bonds of matrimony Miss. Viola Her, of Salem, and Mr. O. C. Matlock, son of Hon. N. N. Matlock, ex-member of the legislature for Marion county. The young lady is the last of three sisters married within a short time, and will make a true helpmeet to her husband, a well to do farmer of Crooked Finger, beyond Silverton, in this county. After the ceremony hearty congratulations were extend ed and the company were enter tained at supper. Tlio young couple have gone to housekeeping in their rural home, and aro in every way worthy of tlio happiness wished them by their friends -. An Kmbijo Town. Quite a settlement is being made across the river near the Wallace fruit farm. A good many tracts of land for small fruit farms have boon sold. This means what so many parts of Oregon need, subdivision of the large farms, and more homes near together. That insures better social, f-chool and church privilege. It also raises the price of land by bringing it Into demand and will lead to improved roads. Ad Salem is tlio nearest town with a good road nnd n free bridge inakliiRnccort easy, a markot will be found hero and our merchants, colleges and other in terests will be bonotlted. In California. E. B. Pipor of the Statesman ofllco Is enjoying his visit in California greatly. From San Francisco ho reports the arrival of Win. Dumars and W. J. D'Arcy. Ted declare that wmn of the things be wltne08 In that state of vim, sunshine, wealth and fertility aro like a revelation to him. Butheovidontly remains loyal to Oregon in general, and the Willnmotte valley aud the Oregon colony of school inarms in Sail I'raneteco In particular. Fiarilag farer With Kmmm. Not only Oregon generally -hut, It would seem, Haiein irticulrly Is attracting nwitlenta of Kaiua. Meet an Intelligent new coiner and the elianeets are more than even tliat he halls from the Jayliawker slate. And iMKy of UwniMiave bought or will buy property or go Into buat nejshere. We should not be sur prised U hear of a Kansas re-unkm before the summer Is over. LOCAIj notes. Call on Winters & Thomas for the best groceries In town 1 Painless dental operations at Dr. T. C. Smith's, 02 State street. Cream soda, ice cream soda, milk shakes, lemonades, at Strong & Co.'s Mr. Skinuor has tho flag at the depot at half mast in memory of tho late Charles Crocker. Prof. Ben Chlldcrs succeeds O. A. Condit, county treasurer, as principal of the Gervais school. The Interior of the Presbyterian church is being thoroughly reno vated during the summer vacation. Yesterday parties were in enquir ing for hop pickers. The vines will be ready to work on in about three weeks. Several lower rooms in the stato house are to be fitted for use as committee rooms before the legis lature meets. Tho latest campaign canes. You open the end and pull out a ban danna or Hag, which may be secure ly fastened liko a lish rod t the cane proper. At Albany tho board of tiwdo and citizens Cental tho traveling school teachers handsomely and were thanked In appropriate resolutions. Albany people aro wide aw ake and up with the times. In another column mention is made of ill's. Do Pran, a teacher of Christian science, who will viit Salem to-morrow, and hold a class here one week. The lady has met with gratifying success in Portland, and comes here strongly endorsed. In laying down some of the new sidewalks wire spikes instead of cut nails are being used. This is an im provement as it is believed they will not bob up later in the season for the stubbing of unwary toes and the marring of light shoes. Salem's advantages In tlio matter of water power, fuel and wool at hand, river and railroad transpor tation and other special advantages should be well written up and mailed to manufacturers, investors and capitalists in the east, Canada and England. The stale board of immigration proposes to send out a car full of pro duce exhibits and descriptive liter ature. Besides passing through different states it will go to Col umbus, Ohio, and be visited by hun dreds of thousands at the state fair and G. A. R. national encampment. Marion county should contribute samples and documents. Wo aro glad to learn that Mr. O. R. Wolfe, an architect, of Kansas City, who arrived here recently will go into partnership with Mr. Robert, so soon as lie can dispose of his property in the East. It is the in tention of tho now firm -to devote their time entirely to architecture and to withdraw from tlio business of contracting and building. Fred Dlmeler who makes occas ional trips toBigumlLlttloXoatuccn thinks the advantage is somewhat in favor of the latter as it saves about seven miles traveling out of the total seventy-seven, and pricos of horse feed and other necessaries are cheaper. Those things aro worth enquiring about before hand by campers beforo deciding where to go. The senior partner of tho firm of E. E. McKiuney & Co., of Turner called in yesterday. As will bo scon by tho advertlsomont they aro In creasing their capacity for storing tho new crops of oats, being pre pared to handle 200,000 bushels. Those who have any to sell can govern thoinclvos accordingly, by communicating with them at Tur ner or Aumsvlllc. Illustrated lecture. Row Goo. B. Rioman of Califor nia but lately from Minnesota, will deliver a highly Interesting lecture on the Jewioh TalKirimcle, at the Baptist cliurch, on Sunday night. As the Sunday School lessons have lately been hi the Old Testament, largely on this subject, and as the leotuie will bo Illustrated by a large model, so much Iwtter tlmn a pict ure, It will be entertaining aud In structive. Take the children aud g- The governor ha appointed C A. Fn-eutau, of Portland, a notary IHible. Civttiit Mula, it i-muu odu, milk liako, ieluoli idtat HtriHig Sc Co.'s Kmtu rr II OMgta l'Mtt. Tlta steamer Willamette Valley which arrived yesterday at Yaquliw bay, brought up about am tons or steel mils vrlileh will at once be luwled to Um front, ami track lay- lug will eommeiioe at onoe. PrMfc tiftrr f. Parrar & Ob. have a fresh slock of frulU, vegetables and berries every day, aud their fancy and staple groerry department la cwiistaully re plenished. CMUrefiCrjfcPitcher'sCaMm Mcmmonth Threatens to Itoom. If all we hear of our neighboring educational center Is correct, Salem must look to her laurels. Our cor respondent writes: "Tho outlook for the State Normal school is grati fying Indeed. Everything goes to show that tho attendance will bo much larger next year than ever before. We have now tho largest school In the state and more gradu ates this year than all the other schools together. AVo are about to have a boom in Monmouth. Presi dent Stanley is laying out his place into business lots and giving them away to business men to put up business houses, and tho oiler is being accepted. We shall have some line business houses go up this fall and next spring. A large- new building that is to give space for an agricultural Implement and hard ware store, a book store, a bank, a printing ofllco, a millinery store, and an opera house, is now con tracted for, to be completed by December 1st. Other buildings will follow. Wo mean business and want some more good business men." . In Thoir FAthers." Tucks, James G. Blaine, jr., is a clerk at tho national republican head quarters in New York, his duties embracing the compilation and dis tribution of protection tarill litera ture. Young Blaine has made a study of the tariff quo-lion under his illustrious father. Logan Car lisle, son of Speaker Carlisle, will bo placed in charge of the tarill' reform literary bureau at the national dem ocratic headquarters. Young Car lisle is said to be almost as well in formed on tho tarill' as his father. These two young men, sons of the most conspicuous exponents of tho two great theories of protection and tarill' reform, will tints bo pitted against each other throughout tho campaign. Consistent. The Salem Statesman, though quite radical, has an editor who not only has the Intelligence to under stand tho platform of his party, but tlio courage and candor to defend it Ho says: "If tlio choice should have to bo made of taking tlio tax oil whisky or rollnmilshluK a part of tho protective duties, then, we say, retain tho duties for protection." Tho Statesman deserves credit for tills frankness, honesty and consis tency. That paper would do just what the republican platform pledges its party to do "the entire repeal of interhal revenue rather than surrender any part of our pro tective system." Albany Democrat. lM'.HSONAUS. Col. Morgan and family aro back ftom Newport. J. W. Howell and wife left for Sodaville to-day. Mrs. Aborgast and daughter aro homo from Nestucca. Hon. M. L. Chamberlln returned to-day from Tho Dalles. Grandma Atkinson and daughter Mrs. Forwtner wont to Portland to day. Rev. Geo. B. Rlenmn, of Oakland, Cal., Is tho guest of Rev. and Mrs. A. R. Medbury. Elder P. li. Burnett and daughter Florence camo in from Albany and went on to Monmouth to-day. Mrs. F. Lockloy returned to-day after a pleasant visit to friends In Butte, Montana, Seattle and Port land. Assistant State Treasurer Slator and wife will shortly tako a vacation in visiting friends at Eugene. There is much musical talent in Salem, and tho facilities for Its do volopmont aro unusually good as there is a miinhor of oxcollont touch ers here. Pleasure is taken In direct ing attention to the advertisement of the Conservatory of Music, Will amette University, under the direc tion of Prof. '.. M. Parvln; mus ical director. Iat year one hund red and titty pupilsatteuded.sml pre parations are now being made to a oouimodale even more, the proiectM for a Urge attendance never having been better. Tiie writer has known Prof. Parvlu as a successful teacher of music, in California ami Oregon, for the jsut eight years. 5IlSCKt.T.ANi:oi!S. T. McF. PATTON Has just received NEW TOCK Cambridge Bibles, Plain and Fancy Stationery, Embossed Scrap Pictures, Birthday Cards, Day School Rewards, W.1I.GRATS IIISTORTORBGONSOisl Natural Law in theSpiritual World 25c, Leather Card Cases, Leather Pocket Books, Leather Purses, London Incandescent Steel Fens, Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 k 0, Acme Writing Tabids. 9S, STATE ST. - SALEM, OR Has purchased and refitted W. P. Johnson's Art Gallery on Commercial Street. After our JlutU'rlng Htioci'Hs In tlio ICii.st, mid with our NEW SCENERY AND ACCESSORIES A'o fool corlnlii of plotiHlneiill jmtroim. Kvory pliotoKmplier nullum a Hpooliilty of unity nlcturcH. Until Hcpl. 17 o will million Cabinet Photo of ' B A B Y F R F F ! liieli nllttT liiix our potxmnl utttmtlcm. (Jlvo tutu Kllllnx, mid wo. will ouilwivoi" to plvuDO you. MMwilw G. W. 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