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a ito codnty circular.
Facts JtekfedAfejr.? ReBtfiaWe
Eugene Business' Man.
The hop crop will be In the picket
hands next week. At present price
it will be worth many million dolian
In Oregon aud Washington. There an
other pickers In the Held who wan
their share of spoils if not of Industry
the bop factors and speculators.
CHOI'S AND PRICES.
There Is not a particle of doubt tba'
the crop will be large, flue and wil
bring a good price. Pickers will b
plenty. The government report todaj
eaya for Western Oregen: "Favorablt
reports have been received' regarding
the hop crop in all sections of the state;
there are less Insects than in former
years and the burre are thickly set."
We give below a communication from
Mr. Smith, a wholesale und retail mer
chant at Eugane. No doubt Mr.SmltbV
warning about dealing with parties
of unknown or doubtful credit should
be avoided unless growers expect to
pay dearly for their experience as be
has done. Every day now Eastern
buyers arrive at Salem and other places.
Hop growers will do well to investigate
their character before entrusting the
product of their year's work Into their
bands. Any of our readers can easily
learn the financial standing of the in
tending buyer by addressing some reli
able banker, or The Journal oillce for
the desired information.
HOP MEN, BEWAEE!
ElKJKNK, Aug. 23.
Editor Jeurnal: I herewith hand
you a circular which will no doubt be
received by many of the hop growers
la your vicinity, as well as other hop
districts. Z desire you would publish
the same, also my statement as to what
I have learned of this wholo combina
tion from past experience hoping that
tho injury Buffered by me will bo a
warning to others. The following is
tho circular with u printed heading
"Ottlco of Dole Brothers Co., Boston,
Euokne, Or., Aug. 23, 1803.
Byar Sir: Tho subscriber, represent
ing the Dole Bros. Co, of Boston, Mass.,
hop merchants, is visiting the Puolflo
coast with a view to more extended
operations, and would solicit corres
pondence peitalmug to nil branches of
the business. Being largo operators in
flue quality, an well as extenslvo pack
ers of low grades of hops, we are in pos
ition to handle goods of every dlsqrlp
tlon. On account of our large connec
tions, both hero and In Europe, we are
prepared to handle consignments to
the best advantage, and cuti guarantee
a high market price. Mr. George Hall,
of Eugene, will act as our agent In this
state. We would respectfully call ynur
attention to the fact that those who
have been most successful with their
product are the ones who have disposed
of their crop in tho full, when the mar
ket U active, thorofore we would advise
disposing of hops as soon as they are in
salable condition. We shall endeavor
to sustain our reputatlou acquired dur
ing a business career of 28 years, etc.
Yours very truly,
E. V. Collins.
This man Hall Is posed by them as an
emblem of purity and closo attention
to business I Ho has been my partner
In business for the past three years.
Djrlug the month of March 1602, we
eo-nslgned to the II rm of Dole Bros. 87
tales of hops, which, according to their
abatement, netted us f 2341.603. On
iy 1st. I reocived instructions from
tlitm to make Bight draft for this
ftWMiat, whloli I did, and the oatue
wwtita pfotMt, and a few days later
ifc Joyfti! news oamo that they had as-
for the benefit of their creditors,
Iwe weelved notice to forward our
etelHi, so It could be groBuit out in the I
jKUj of bankruptcy ,
To this, I replied, j action and sure In eflVvt. 25 cts, a box.
that as we were non-residents, we cotildj"1 JQjl, A NlGrHT.
not be forced In, and preferred to take
chances on MrDoIe,frf tbe-fature. jjarg&ret Parker St In the sniall dres
DoUBroa. mill o&ankruptcyfground Ingroom'of theiSIar&w skating rink with
out if nta onevery nondollar 1
they were owing the borgrowerr and jgpldlr.
others. One week ago this man Col- It was her first appearance on any stage
lins puts in appearance. Accompanied Ur nter'. classroom or her
by the "Hub's" puritanical smile, the The cat and the mother, or the master
olive branch bflered, together with 11 "and his half dozen pnpil, had 'been 'her
cents In cash, to pay off an honest dol- J-v Bad'thet plf? TO r "
' r ' ham gown her richest robe.
lar, which was now worth $1.08 Inter-, lontabt the great rink was crowded to
est added. He ald Mr. Dole was Its uttermost capacity, and sheworeagos
very anxious to resume busine. with a &5 ShS
CLEAN RECORD 1 ! (Shaded of Puritan-, new tjmt she had paid for her lessons by
Ism), and I was tho-last man tostand darning the old master's socks and sewing
i on the erer loosening buttons; no one but
In thewayQf blagalnlnga'Clean reo- herself knew that she earned the lace by
ordsbut 1 still stand. Off even offered , "? her J"1 without butter for six
' , s . j I whole months, for daughters have the right
to appoint' meagent -for this -defunct to economize when their fathers sleep un-
company. If I would pocket H, cents dersoftbedsof mjrtleand themotheraare
r ; I invalids and si$ all day in an easy chair,
instead of f 1;00, thereby giving Mr. and the dollars have to be counted every
Dole a ''clean-record. Tola, I utterly onth witha stern repression of tastes and
I luxuries. The dear violin itaelf she and
refused to do. I was then notified that her mother bad both given up many things
it was 11 cents or nothing. He then
confronts Hall with the same proposi
tion, which he accepted, that Is, 11
cents on his half, and the honorable
position of becoming agent for a party
who in 1892, said he could not pay but
11 cents on the dollar. You will note
this circular says: " We shall endeavor
to sustain our reputation acquired, dur
ing a business career of twenty-eight
years, and trnst our relations with the
grower will be mutually agreeable and
profitable. What is this boasted repu
tation, as a result of 28 years of
experience? I answer, paying 11 cents
on the dollar to the hop grower and
other honest people. My advice 'e,
whoever has any dealings with this
firm or its agent, should be coin in ad
vance, not checks,
Thus avoiding the
which has coat me $2,-
Very truly yours,
E. C. Smith,
Successor to Smith & Hall.
ana beauty laden,
A rich and priceless
To woman, pale and waited.
My precious gift I bring.
Such the object and such the mission
of woman's valued friend Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription. Don't, let un
reasonable prejudice prevent you from
sharing the health and beauty proflered
in good faith, by this most excellent
Remedy! Jtouoof the almost count
less weaknesses aud disease peculiar to
women, but that readily yield to its
magical power 1 Manufactured recom
mended, sold through druggists, and
guaranteed by the World's Dinenary
Medical Awxfat on Bt Halo, K. Y., to
give satisfaction, in every case, or mon
ey paid, cheerfully refunded.
$100 Reward, $100.
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there Is at least
one dreadful disease that science bos
been able to cure In all Its stages and
that Is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
the only positive cure now known to
ttio medical fraternity. Catarrh being
a constitutional disease, requires a con
stitutional treatment. Hull's Catarrh
Cure Is taken internally, acting directly
upon the blood and mucous surfaces of
the system, thereby destroying the
foundation of tho disease, and giving
the patient strength by building up the
constitution, and assisting nature in
doing ita work. The proprietors have
so much faith In its curative powers,
that they offer One Hundred Dollars
for any cose that It falls to cure. Bend
for list of testimonials.
Address, F. J. Cheney & Co., To
ledo, O. e-Bold by druggists, 76c,
Six thick thistle sticks.
Flesh of freshly fried flying fish.
A growing gleam glowing green.
Tho sea ceaseth, and it suiQceth uu.
High roller, low roller, lower roller.
A box of mixed biscuits, a mixed bii.
The bleak breeze blighted tho bright
Strict strong Stephou Stringer snared
Slickly six sickly silky snakes.
Swan swam over tho sea; swim, swan,
iwimj swan swam back Bgain, well
It is a shaino, Sam; these nro tho same,
Sam. 'Tis all n sham, Sum, and a shame
It is to sham bo, Sam.
Susan shinoth shoea and socks. Socks
and shoes shiuo Susau. She ceaseth
shining shoes and socks, for shoes and
socks shock Susan.
Robert Rowley rolled a round roll
round, a round roll Robert Rowley
rolled round. -Where rolled the rouud
roll Robert Rowley rolled round?
Olivur Oglethorp ogled an owl and
oyster. Did Oliver Oglcdhorp ogle an
owl aud oyster? If Oliver Oglothorp
ogled an owl and oyster, where are the
owl and oyster Oliver Oglethorp ogled?
nobba meets Snobha and Nobbs.
nobs with Snobha and robs Nobha fob.
"That is," says Nobbs, "tho worso for
nobha' jobs," and Snobha Boba. New
iork Commercial Advertiser,
PILLS sold all over the
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can to relieved of all these symptoms
uy IttKlUR iiootra Baraspaniia, wiilou
gives nerve, mental aud bodily strength
aud purities the blood, It aIo areates
a good appetite, cures ludlgestlon,
heartburn aud dyspepsia.
Hood's Pills are easy to take, easy in
I J" " uu T Mna "" n.ave toia B
from it held secrets that might not be told.
Perhaps that was why the old master
shed tears sometimes at her simple improv
isations and told her she should yet make
great audiences weep or smile and thrill
with delight, nil as she chose, Ah, if she
could only do in the largo places the won
ders she and her soul knew in tolitudo
could be donel
But all this has little to do with Marga
ret Parker waiting for Mr. Cameron to con
duct her to the stage, save that it gave her
a seriousness, and gladness, too, that lent
her a strungo charm and dignity, a dignity
unwarranted by her brief 17 years,
At last she went on the staj;e. She had
not dreamed there were so many people in
all the town, and their eyes seemed to draw
her, to invite and encourage her. Every
face seemed to stand out with microscopic
clearness. She noted, a thousand details of
attitude, attire and expression. She saw
that Millie Rogers had her laD full of flow-
. ere, and she dimly wondered if any roses
would be given to her.
Then she raised her bow and began. The
ravishing, beautiful notes! They fell upon
a room so hushed that she could hear her
Then a great fright came upon her.
Would the divine music come in all this
crowd, and if it did not then the faces
drove every thought away, her hands grew
stiff and chilly the bow would not move
her throat was parched and dry she pant
ed for breath. Ehe gave a quick sob, then
dropped her head upon, her beloved, false,
speechless violin, and burst into tears.
Mr. Cameron whispered words of encour
agement as he went with her to the ante
room. The sea of watching eyes followed
ber in a stillness that was terrible. No
flowers, no applause, no congratulations.
"You will surely appear again? " said Mr.
Cameron. "A second time it will be eas
ier!" but she steadily refused.
The bitter night at home! For she burled
all the hopes that tho torch of genius had
been lighting for her. She saw that the
dull, monotonous days of poverty and ob
scurity must go on and on. Sho pictured
herself an aimless, commonplace woman
without beauty, because without hopes and
aims and success.
All herunlverse lay crumbled at her feet,
Could shq ever face the dear mother In the
morning and say tdat she had failed r Could
she ever face the grim old master and say
that she hod failed? Could they ever sit
together in the twilight, the treacherous
violin and she, with the memory between
them of all their pledges and promises and
loves, now that they bad once proved false
to each other? And with such thoughts
the slow night wore away.
It was the mother's voice that called to
her In the morning with a thrill of unmis
takable pride and delight, and the girl
hastened to her. ,
"It Is a big white box for you, dear. Open
it quickly. I am crazy to see what Is in it!"
Mrs. Parker was saying. It was the most
beautiful thing she bad ever seen. The
box itself was of silk and lace, and in it lay
ahl roses, orchids and pinks, a fragrant,
beautiful mass! She had never seen such
loveliness, such luxuriance, such a delicate
ravishlug shimmer of colors! And Mr.
Mayhew's card was among them.
The first thing she had seen when she
lifted her face from her violin the evening
before had been his eyes large, dark, pene
trating, full of scorn and surprise; eyes
that always had been better and softer and
more wonderful than any other eyes in the
whole worm; eyes that came between her
and her violin whenever she played her
very best and wooed her on as If they were
heaven Itself. All night they had kept
their scorn and sorrow on her. and thl.
morning he hod sent her the flowers!
"Oh," said Mrs. Parker in delight, "you
must have played wonderfully to get all
theso as a tribute today."
"I failed absolutely," cried the girl, and
again her tears fell.
But "could It have been all scorn?" she
thought, as tho resemblance of the glow in
his eyes came to her, and the flowers spoke
softly to her.
Sooner or later all that we wish for comes
to us, and it was not long before she knew
when the cat, the mother and Mr. May
new iniuiu mi nuuience mat nover saw her
unsuccessful and that often demanded
more. After all the hardly earned white
gown had better uses than to be the ad
miration of a thousand eyes.
To those who know tho story it seems
thut it must be tho memory of that one sad
night which has made Mrs. Mnyhew so ten
der of other's pains and w quick to flud
them. She wears no cross aud hat no mis
sion, but In all Mayhew should there he
any one ill or discouraged or lu disgrace,
any one weary or heavy laden with bur
dens, for such there are always boxes of
ctioicest nowera from the successful mill
owner's conservatory. In the heart of many
an, aspiring young girl, who wouders how
the elegant woman can understand novt-rtr
aud self denial, live gracious and luspirlng
words. But there Is a dingy, old tlmegowu
hanging In Mrs. Mayhew's wardrobe that
she can never see without n thrill aud an
hnpuhto to kiss its limp laces. It U fauiit
lar with tears; it hax Wen encircled ulth
caresses; it uuden.tandi much, but It m-er
tells, and whjtfckould its happy owner?
Laura Urowu in Boston Courier.
Mother So you have bceu .fighting, niy
Johnnie I hud to. Toramlo Drown hit
me in the face.
Mother Hut, my boy, you ahould have
turned the tUrr chetk.
Johnnie I did. and then he hi it hut. mi
by hotter, I couldn't stand U no louver, I
and ( licked tbaMufthi out of hint lu about I
tWO mItlUttt. Ik-trulL VrtsPnai.
nrrai v imaaaBifanirrii
MRS. EUBIRA HATCH.
HEART DISEASE 20 YEARS.
Dr. MUea Mtdleal Co- ZOti&rt, In.
Djab Bras: For SO years X to troubled with
heart dimow. Would frequently have Ulllnj
ipeUi and smothering at night. Bad to sit op or
get out of bed to breath. Had pain In my left
side and back nxrtaf tho tuna; at Uit I became
dropsical. I was vtrr nerroui and nearly worn
out. Tba taut eadteaeat troald eras me to
with fluttering. Tor tbslutCAeea rears I ceroid
sot tkep on ray Utttide or back until becn taking
your A Start Cur. 1 bad not taken It wry
lotg until I felt much better, asd I eas now sleep
on either dde or back without the least discom
on stomach or other dUagreeable symptonu. lam
able to do all my own boutework without any
trouble and consider sirMU cured.
Elkhart. Iod.. 1886. Mas. Eurati Hitch.
It U now tour yean since I hare taken any
medicine. Am In better health than I have been
in 40 yean. I honestly be- . . pt
lirrothat Dr. Kit' Jfn CII RED
Heart Cure laved my life
and made ce a well woman. I am now S3 jnn
at age. and am able to do a good dayi wart,
Hay Wth, VSfL MM- uuaa HaTCB.
SOLO ON A POSITIVC SUARANTKC
THY DR. MILES' PILLS, 50 DOSES 25 CTS.
gold by D. J. Fry, druggist, Haiem
Doctor prescribed : Cqetoria
Prices Current by Telegraph Local
and Portland Quotations.
Salem, August 23, 4 p. m. Office
Daily Capital Journal. Quota
tions for day and up to hour of going to
press were as follows;
8ALKM PRODUCE MARKET,
Peas and beans-8 to 10 cents a gallon.
Blackberries wild 50cts. a gallon;
tame 5 eta. a box.
Peaches 70 to 60 cts. a basket
Veals dressed 4J eta.
Hogs dressed 6J to 0.
Live cattle 2 to 2.
Sheep alive (1.60 to $2.00.
Spring lambs $1 50 to $2.00.
Salem Milline Co. quetes: Flour
In wholesale lots (3.20. Retail (3.60.
Bran $17 bulk. $13 sacked. 8borts (19
and (20. Chop feed (19 and (20.
Old wheat on storace 48 cents. New
wheat 50 cents.
HAY AND GRAIN.
Oats old, 3S to 40c., new 30c"
Hay Baled, new (8 to $12; old $10 to
(14. Wild In bulk, (6 to (8.
Barley Brewing, at Salem, No. 1,
95 to (1.00 per cwt No. 2, 70 to 85 cts.
'Apples 75o to $1.00 a bushel.
Wool Best, 10c.
Hops Small sale, 15 to 17c
Etrgs Cash, 18 cents.
Butter Best dairy, 'Jo; fancy
Cheese 12 to 15 cts.
Farm smoked meats Bacon 12;
hams, 13; shoulders, 10.
Potatoes new. 50o. to 00c.
Onions 1 to 2 cents.
Beeswax 34c Caraway seed. 18c.
Anise seed, 26a. Ginseng, (1.40.
HIDES AND PELTS.
Green, 2 cts; dry, 4 cts; sheep pelts,
75 cts to $1.25. No quotations on furs.
ChickenB 7 to 10 cU; broilers 10ol2J;
ducks, 12; turkeys, Blow sale, choice,
10 cts; geese alow.
Grain, Feed, etc.
Flour Standard. $3.40: Walla Walla.
(3.40; graham, (3.00; superfine, (2.50
Oata Vhite,45o per bushel; grey, 42c;
rolled. In bags, $6 250.50; barrels,
to4U(a)u.7o; cases, S3 .70.
Hay Best, $15 17 per ton; common,
Wool valley, 10 to 12o,
Mlllstuffs Bran, $17.00; shorts, (21;
ground barley, (2824; chop feed, $18
per ton; whole feed, barley, 8085 per
cental; middling, (232S perteu: brew
ing barley, 0005o per cental: chicken
wheat, $l.2211.24 percental.
Hops 10 to 16c
Butter Oregon fancy creamery ,22 j
25c; fancy dairy, 022Io; fair to good,
I017c; common, 14 to 15o per lb; Cali
fornia, 35044c per roll.
Cheese Oregon, 12J; Eastern
twins, 10c; Younjr American, HJo per
per nouno; uii norma nsis, no.
Eggs Oregon, 15 to 17o per dozen.
Poultry Ciilukeus,o(t,$o.00; broilers,
large, f 2.00M3 0u; ducks, old, S4.60l
6 00; young, f2 604.00; geese, $8 CO
turkeyi, live, l.'jc; dressed, loo, per lb,
BAN FltANOlSOO MARKET.
Woel: Oregon Eastern oholoe, 12
1fo;do Inferior, 0llo; do valley, H
Potatoes Erlv Rose, 4560. Bur
banks,! 65S5o per cental.
Onions 7685o per cental for red.
and $.S0SMkj fur sllveraklns.
Barley.-Feed, 6082Jo per cental
for Reed ouaUty aud 83lo fbrioheioe:
brewing, $1.00 per oental.
Mrs. E. M. Savagand Miss Maggie
Daniels drove to Salem Saturday.
Miss Jennie Norwood has been visit
ing in Brooks the past week.
E. K; 8haw was on the sick list last
Mre. Shaffer visited, with Mrs. S. N.
Jonea list waek.
Mrs. Hill of Salem, was In Brooks
trying her steam washer last Friday.
Mrs. Fruit bos been on the sick lu-t
the past tew dayc.
Mr?. Nettling and three little child
ren of California, are visiting Mr. M.
Lu Jones' family.
If you want to bay a nice location
call on Shaw.
Mrs. Harris came in on the 2 o'clock
Rev. Myers drove to Salem Tuesday.
Mr. Brown is with ua again.
The wheat is coming in rapidly. Ii
keeps Wesley busy rustling.
Mr. McAtee's returned from the
coast Tuesday where they have spent
a couple of weeks.
Nobody will euffer with liver or kid
ney disease if they take Simmons Liver
My friend, look here I You know bow weak
and nervous your wife i, and you know that
Carter's iron Pill will relieve her, why not be
fair about It and buy ber a box?
A woman who U weak, nervont and sleep
I88, and vrbo naa cold hand and feet cannot
feel and act like a well person. Carter's Iron
Pills equalise the circulation, remove nervous
ness and si ve strength and rest.
A man's wife should always be the same es
pecla ly to her husband but if she is weak and
nervous aud uses Carter's Iron Pills she cap
not be, for tbey make her, "feel like a dlflerent
person," so they all say, and their husbands
say so too)
ST. PAUL'S ACADEMY,
St. Paul, Marion County, Oregon.
Conducted by the sisters ofthe Holy Names of
Jesus and Mary. The location aflordsaU that
cm be desired for healthful outdoor exercise.
Mt. Paul can be easily reached by boats on the
Willamette, The building is newand supplied
with all the modern improvements. The
course of study Is complete.
Stenography and Typewriting Taught.
For further pai tlcu are apply to Bister Super
'Wlllonnttn TTnltraralttr Q.lom f
School of music for piano, organ, violin,
singing, orchestral instruments, Harmo
ny, counterpoint, fugue, orchestration
and higher musical composition. .No
better grade of work done west of the
ltocKy mountains. Prices low. Seven
teachers. Next term begins Sept. 4th.
Send for annual year book or address,
Z. M. Porvin, Mus. Doctor, musical
director. 8 9 2md&w
Oldest, Highest and Most Extended
Institution of Learning in the Pacific
Sixteen courses of Instruction, from
Grammar, through Academic and Col
lege, to Theology, Law and Medicine.
Splendid Courses for Training in
Teaching, Business, Art, Elocution
and Music. Several Post -Graduate
Courses. Stronger and better than ever.
It's Woman's College affords an Ideal
home for voung ladies with unsurpassed
facilities for their care and training.
he school year opens 8ept. 4, 1893.
For Year Boob and all information
relating to school management and
course of study, address,
President GEO. WHITAKEE, D.D.
For flnacoial information, address,
Eev. J. H. BOOBK, Agent,
8-22-d&w Salem, Oregon.
XTCmXQ rrxxs known by noUtar
llks partplraUoa. oaa6 Intent luntnc
when warm. Tali form &nd BLOND,
nr.KRnma or phothudino gn-VJ
DR. BO-SAN-KO-S PILE REMEDY.
inilcA. ot jllroatlr oa pru aiTeeted
slMorba tumor. tlUn ItohJn, Seotin.
a permanent cure. Prion 60a. Dmxil.ti
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Sold by BasUett & Van Slype.
DOWN GO THE RATES!
The Union Paclflo now leads with re
duced rates to eastern points, and their
throuch car arrangements, mnimifln.
ently equipped Pullman and Tourist
sleepers, free reclining chair car and
fast time, make It the best time to trav
el. Two trains leave from Portland
dally at 8:45 a. m. aud 7:30 p. m. The
rateears now within reach of all, and
everybody should take advantage of
them to visit the world's fair and tbelr
friends In the east. Send for rates and
schedules of trains, and do not purchase
tickets until after consulting Boise &
Barker, agents, E,alem, Or. 131
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