The Oregon Scout. VOL. III. UNION, OEEGON, SATURDAY, J ULY 3, 1SSG. NO, 1. An independent weekly Journol, issued evo y Saturday by JONES & CHANCEY, l'nbllslicrs and Proprietors. A. K. JONF.5, 1 F.ditor. ( J n. Chantey, I Korcmnu. KaIKSOF SUHSCMPTION: One copy, one year f 1 BO " Pi.x months 1 IK) " " Threo moiitlis '5 Invariably cash in ailvonco. If by any chnncu nuhfcrlptiniis nro not paid till ond ot year, two dollars will bo charged. Kates of advertising niado known on appli cation. Correspondence from all parts of tho county solicited. Address all communications to A. IC. Jones, Editor Oregon Scout, Union, Or. Lml-io Illrectory. GHASl) ltONIIK VAI.I KV LOUOE. No. fid. A. F. and A. M. Meets on tlio second and fourth Saturdays of each month. O. F.Hkm,, W.M. C. E. Davis, Secretary. Union I.ohok. No. I. O. O. F. itejrulnr meetings on Friday ovenlnirs of each week at their hall In Union. All brethren in Rood stun ling arc Invited to attend, lly order of tho Uhuv. S. W. Long, N. G. 0 A. Thompson, Socy. Cliiireli IMrcctory. M. E. Citritcn Divine servlco every Sunday at 11 a. in and 7 p. m. Sunday school at H p. m. Prayer meeting every Thursday evening atC:.T0. Kkv. Watson, Pastor. I'ltESnvTEttiAN Cut'licii ItOKhlar church services every Sabbath mornlm and evening. Prayer mcetlnir oach week on Wednesday ovenlng. Sabbath school overj Sabbath at 10 a, in. llov. II. Vkknon Hick, I'astor. St. John's Episcopal Council Servlco every Sunday ot 11 o'clock a. in. ltcv. W. It. rowKi.u Hector. County OHlccrs. Judfro A. C. Cralff Sheriff A. b. Saunders Clerk II. F. Wilson Treasurer A. F. llensou School Superintendent J. L. Iliiidmuti Surveyor E. Simonis Coroner E. 11. Lewis COMMISSIO.NKHS. Goo. Acklos Jno. Stanley Stato Senator L. U. Mnehurt ItUPHESENTATlVKS. F. T. Dick. E. E.Taylor City Olllccr. Mayor T). n. Hoes COUNCII.MEN. W. f). Iloidleinan J. li. Thomuson A. I.ovy M. F. Davis E. E. ntcs S. A. Pursol.... J.S. Elliott.... Jno. Kennedy. Hecorder Marshal Treasurer ...J. 1). Carroll Btroct Commissioner ,Ii. Eaton Dcpnrtpro or Trnlnw. Hecular cast bound trains leavo nt 0:30n. m. Westbound trains leavo at 4:20 p. m. I'ltOFESSIONAIi, J. R. CRITES, ATT(HtM2V AT Collecting and probato practice specialties Olllce, two doors south of Postotlice, Union, OreKon. R. EAKIX, Attorney at Law and Notary Public, Ofllce, ono door south of J. I). Eaton's storo Union, Oregon. I. N. CROMWELL, M. D., Physician and Surgeon Ofllce, ono door south or J. D. Eaton's storo, Union, Oregon. a. e. scott, M. D., JPIIY.SICIAIV AKI) ,.mTBt'i:.A, Has permanently located at North Powder, wbcroho will answer all calls. T. II. CRAWFORD, ATTOKIVKY AT LAW, Union, - Oregon. M. Rakeic J. F. Rakkk. BAKER & BAKER, Attorneys anfl Counsellors at Law, AND REAL ESTATE AGENTS. RANDE. - - Oltl'.fiON". D. B. REES, i Public vetoY TUcK AND Conveyancer- same has lo Land 0nico building, and ssustiv, he refuses mXi UgOlL "which Blialltin) the system oI"-", response tone, portable, thnt lv, Itenl l'tuf o not Hucured to litg AKfcut. TlioRovornor rt arsuiuentudvnnVygg a Specialty. T.tKlXa tii At Eii u Ci,.ir0- Oroson measure against t which lias cauMd J. W. 611 ELTON Sunday law as nptf ADnPQ'PV of employe of M''' W'l Pflny on the elmri,,, iJHker. Grnnt, day. Flo re nr MuiiUm, uUo in tho th company, hteon, tht District, member u( the cf)urU ' the uitetJ hnvt nnil Order J,oa iUhiaetlt u puny net up work In meiiirii. Yttut luinbr iuy J.W. STRANCE, EDEKTTIST OFFICF -Corner Main niul A Strcots Union, Oregon. All work strictly first-class. Charges rensounble. A. L. COBB, WJ. D., PHYSICIAN AND SORGEOH. Nnving permnnrntly lorntcd in Alder, I'liion vountv. Oregon, will he found ready to nttend tii inlln in nil the various towns nnd settlements ol the nllown vulley. Chronic Disciixrs Ji Slc-'iaIlj- .0-iy motto is: "Livo and let live." EPOT HOTEL A. C. CRAIG, - - Propriotor. (Union Depot, Oregon.) Snlnnittrl n rrn m nil n I iflllS flir COIIIinCr cinl men. Table always supplied with the best tho niurket nflonls. i3-HoT AND Col.ll MlNUHAI. liATIIS"ffiS KENTUCKY LIQUOR STORE AiVK S(SA l-'AC'TOBSV. Cor, Main nnd I Sts., - Union, Oregon MIKll.lIAN iltllilSV, 1'ropn. Mnnuractiircis nnd dealers in Soda Water, Sarsaparilln, Ginger Ale, Cream c.i., .....l fi... ...... i., nn Cwlniv SvrntiH. etc. .jmiti. ,iiw viit,iiiiKlu w....., - --1" -- Orders promptly lilled. Daily Stage Line From Union to the Cove. F. S. Kl.I.IOTT, Piiormirron Leaves Union nt 10:30 n. m.. nnd re turns at 2:30 p.m. every dny oxceptSuudny Fnrn from dunot to Cove Kround trip ?1 PasseiiRcrH will bo taken from tho depot through to Lovo via Union. W. R.JOHNSON, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Main Street, Union, Oregon. Finns nnil Snocificntionn for Dwelling, JU rilM JUKI IJI iUUtO IU1JUOUVU X- aAi.XJ wx.- CHARGE. Bridge Building a Specialty All kinds of Cabinet Work neatly exocu ted. Iteimiring doue on nhort notice. Nono lint tho Iwst workmen eiaployod, and satisfaction guaranteed. Call and interview me. FRUIT AND SHADE APPLE, PEAK. PLUM, PRUNE, PEACH, APRICOT. CItAUAPPLE, CHEKUY. SHRUBBERY AND SHADE TREES Of well known varieties, suitable for this climate. Can also furnish foreign sorts at one-third tho price asked by eastern can vassers. I uesiro to Hell trees at prices that people can alloril to nuy. L. J. UOUSE, Cove, Oregon. Dr. Van Monciscar 132-134 TIM Mrest, Portland, Orepn TS a rcsulnr crnduntc in medicine: has been longer engaged in the Hpecinl treat ment of all Venereal, bexual and Chronic Diseanefl thnn any other phyrilcian in the West, as city papers show, and old rem dentH know; $1,000 reward for any case which he fnilx to euro, coming under Ida treatment, by following Ins directions. DIt. VAN is tho most successful Catarrh, Lung and Throat Doctor in America. He will tell you your trouble without asking you a Hinglo question, nnd WARRANTS PERMANENTt'URE in the followingcHHes: NERVOUS DEBILITY, Spornuitorrhocn, Seminal Losses, Scxuul Decay, Falling Memory. Weak Eyes, Stunted Develop, mont. Lack of Energy, Impoverished Blood, Pimples, Impediment to Marriage; also Blood and Skin Diseases, Syphilis, Eruptions, Huir Fulling, Bonql'ains, Swell, ings, Sore Thront, Ulcers, EIfecl8 of Mor. cury, Kidney and Bladder Troubles, Weak Back, Burning Urine, Incontinence, Conor htt'a, Gleet, Stricture, receives searching troatmeut, prompt relief and cure for life. NERVOUS Diseases (with or without dreams), DUcnsed discharges cured prompt ly without hindrance to business. BOTH SEXES consult conildentlnlly. II in trouble cull or write. Delays aro dung erous. Diseases of the Eye or Eur, Ulceration or Catarrh, internal or externnl, Deufness or Paralysis, Singing or Roaring Noises, Thickened Drum, -tc, permanently cured. LOST MANHOOD porfectly restored. CANCERS AND TUMORS pernmnontly romnvrd without the knife or caustic. Medicine compounded nnd furnished to nil patients at olllce strictly pure and vege table. Gunranteti ot i'kumank.nt cures in all caes undertaken. Consultation free and strictly ooulldentlal. All roniMpou denco promptly uttended to; medicine aunt by uxprrkH to any nddrrsi Ireu from expos ure. Cull or luldroHH i'rivato Dispeiisury. Now. liiL'-lI Third St. Portlni.d, Oregon. Terms strhtly cash. Olllce hours 8 u. in. to S p. in. W. CAPPS, M. D., Sargcou anfl Homeopatliic Pliysicias, Union-, Oiirt.oN. Will go to any part ot Eastern Oregon, when solicited, to pcrtorii. operations, or for consultation. 3Icdli-lurM 1'urnUIiod AMlhout ICxtra Ofllce ndjoining dones Bros.' Store. C5i:n. WuioiiT, I'residcnt. W. T. AVntr.uT, Cashier. or UNION, OREGON. Does n General Banking Business. Buys nnd sells exchange, and discounts com mercial paper. Collections carefully promptly reported. attended to, and e CO iC s o in CO a tn o a c o a o bfl CD C3 to to "S3 O C3 u o CD CD CS o O a o a o ta o a 'A W a W o 3 rs o u CO tern CD to w a w t-s rt MASON & HAMLIN Orcrans AND Pianos aro Unexcelled "WTT can favo From $50 to f 100 on tho JI. UU purenuio oi un insiruineni. vj uuyiiifr inrouirii , W.T. wniGHT, Agent. Union, Ogn. Cove Cheese Factory. JAMES PAYNE, Fropriotor. Having procured the services of Mr. M. A. Sickles, a cheeso maker who has had lminv venrs' oxnerienco in the largest fac tories of Wisconsin, I feel confident that I can supply my patrons with a quality ses ond to none on tho market. ?-ar Orders promptly flllf'L Address, Jambs Payki:, Cove, Union County, Ore. Tonsorial Rooms Two doors south of Jones Bros.' storo, Union, Oregon. J. M. Joiikho.v, PltOritlKTOU. Hair cutting, shaving nnd shampooing dono neatly and in the best style. CITY v IAT v MARKET Main Street, Union, Oregon. Benho.v Bno.'a" Pnoritiuious. Keep constantly on hand HEEF, PORK, VEAL. MUTTON, SAU SAGE, HAMS, LARD, ETC. IAL : Union, Oregon. Dak. Ciia.vdi.eii, PltOHIIETOII Having recently purchased this Imtfll ntul refitted it throughout, I nin prepared to accommodate the hungry public In first cIhhk stylo. Call and see me. Laiioi: Sam- i.u Jiooms lor the accoiiiinouauou o; commercial traveler. PROTECTION FROM RABIES. Til Kxporlmoiits Now Heine: Carried Cl On In New York. Thp experiment now being eomluet cd in the basement and yard of Dr. A. 1?. Mott's Madison avenue hone, says The New York Tribune, aro curious and fraught with danger to tho experimen ters, for they are not protected with in oculation as are the assistants of Dr. PaMenr, and no virus for counteract ing the poison is ready for application. Dr. Molt brought over with him virus and rabbits that had been inoculated by Dr. Pasteur. On May 10 the first rabbit died and the spinal cord was carefully removed and other rabbits in oculated with the virus. The lirt ani mal inoculated in this country died on Monday of last week, and half a dozen have died since then, but unfortunately for the boys awaiting treatment, it has been impossible to secure a regular se quence of deaths, which is necessary. Dr. Pasteur found that in thu human being or animal dying of rabies, the vims was present in great abundance in the central nervous system, and es pecially in the medulla oblongata and spinal cord, lie also found that anim als inoculated with tho virus taken from the spinal cord became rabid much more speedily and certainly than when ilio saliva of the rabia dog was employed. Therefore he employed only tho former plan in propagating the dis ease for seientilie purposes. Follow ing out Dr. Pasteur's instructions, Dr. Valentine Mott procured a largo num ber of rabbits, and placed tlietn in a pen on his father's premises. The spinal cord of thu dead rabbit brought over from Pasteur's laboratory was carefully removed and tho matter used for tho inoculation of a number of rab bits. Tho rabbits were trephined, and a careful record of tho date and all sub sequent symptoms was kept. On thu eighth day after the inoculation the first rabbit died, and others have fol lowed. After the death of each rabbit the spinal cord was removed, suspend ed in a Mask with a rather large mouth, anil tightly plugged with sterilized cot ton. The bottoms of these ilasks were covered about one inch deep with jaustic potash to absorb all moisture from the air. The room in which tho Ilasks were placed was kept at a toin peraturo of 20 degress centigrade. The lower tho temperature tho longer tho rirulcncu of tho cords may bo preserv 2il. 'To inoculate the next series of iniinals a piece of ono of tho cords was rubbed up with a small quantity of ?hieken bouillon in a small conical ;lass, and after the sediment had set Jed to the bottom the clear lluid was used for inoculation. In about seven days tho disease developed. A number of animals in various stages of rabies aro now in thedoetors's oack yard, but aside from enabling him to continue experiments in tho hope of eventually securing virus in a sequence of ages for application to human be ings, success has not yet crowned his Rflbrts. It is necessary to conduct tho inoculations through threo series of rabbits, thus reducing thu period of in subatiou in seven days. The spinal :ords aro suspended in jars and arc al 'owed in remain fifteen days. "How long will it bo before you are ready to operate? ' was asked of Dr Valentino Mott. "I can t say," was the answer. "As ret I have been unable to produce a Jeath a da)'. It requires time to get sullicicnt number of animils subject to tho virus." "Then you can't yet readv this week?" "No. I can not undertake to inocu late a human being until J have on hand virus of tho requisite age, with no intervening days and with a certainty of plenty moro maturing while I am Dperating. It requires twenty days for tho disease to show itself after a person s billon by a dog, and seven days for noculatlon to develop tho disease in u abbit." "Do you regard Inoculation as a cer tain preventive- of rabies?" "Yes, if resorted to in time. Now lone; it protects is yet a disputed ones- lion." "Is thoro danger in experimenting?" "Very groat dangor. I never ap proach the diseased animals without thu greatest apprehension. I wear gloves and never handle tho cord, using pincers. Alter securing the spinal mar row I boil the body to destroy tho poison md dispose of it." "When a supply of virus U obtained tvill you protect yourself and assistants by inoculation?' "Undoubtedly. Thai is tho only way to bo safo." "Will you provide rooms in tho now institute for tho care of patients?" No; that would require too largo a building, and would not bo nocassary. I'lio public Is not contributing and wo have to stand tho whole expense. Wo bopo to build a place adequate for our purpose for about $50,000. It will cost about )?.", til ;. w.ir to keep it going. Wo make no charge for inoruhition. and therefore tho in-titutc must bo sup ported by contributions. What Men See. Mn see according to the measure of their mental activity and eperienee. The Yankee who exclaimed upon look ing al Niagara Falls. "What a mighty watorpower running to waste!" was in nowise di lie rent from his fellows. He revealed in his remark that he had had more to do with utilizing the forces of nature than in going nbout the country to gaze upon its groat curiosities. It is the purpose of this article to speak of the ditl'eronee in men's unpre mediated thoughts as to great things when newly presented. The Chicago Board of Trade wa visited by two men for the lir-t time. One exclaimed, "What a Babel? These men must be lunatics!" The other thoughtfully looked for a time, anil re: marked, ' Hero are determined the sel ling values, and how tho two parties defend the line! It looks as if tho hold er and consumer could not do better if here themselves." Another gentleman, an author, walk ed down the avenues of one of our large wholesale book stores, between Ihc piles of books, and remarked: "I seo in this evidence of a vast and rapidly developing country. Moro than 700, 000 copies of my spellers were sold in this western world alone last year." Two men climbed to the top of ono of our gra n elevators, lilled with eon:. One exclaimed: "What can bo dono with such a vast mass of grain? It must rcduco tho price. Who would lose this, if it wero to burn?" Tho other remarked: "Here is tiio industry of communities, townships, counties, and States, concentrated. Tho mercan tile and all other businesses are de pendent upon and supported by this; and, upon tho other hand, tho labor of other regions is depending upon this grain for bread. Hero it concentrates for market, and from hero it is distri buted to market. It is the growth of tins trade which pays tho cost of city, town, and country growth." Another pair visited tho Stock Yards. Ono was lilled with amazemont and wonder, expressing doubt in tho ability of tho market of tho entire earth to absorb and consume tho llesh there of fered for sale, and wondering where it ail camo from, Tho other, a man of reading and observation, made intelli gent Inquiry as to what, states produced tiio best cattle, where the Colorado, Toxans, and scalawags found a market, etc. Ho realized that tho market which drew such a supply of stock must havo a corresponding consumption. Similar remarks havo been listened to regarding tho mercantile interests, tho schools, tho railroads, thu churches, and so on. Like conditions aro true of tho country as well as the city. Tho one looks upon a plat of land and sees for what it is adaptedanother sees naught but a barren waste. Tho mili tary man sues in every landscape its strategic possibilities its waters, its defenses, its supplies. Tho hunter dis covers its adaptation for sport, tho cattle-grower for stock, tho engineer sees its possibilities for bridges, rail way routes and towns, tho politician sees the future State, and so on; each and all seo according to their eyes and Knowledge. Listen while tho dressmaker or tailor looks over the piles of now goods. In each piece they see tho possibilities for this or that sort of garmont, while iu tho eyes of tho non-tradesman tho goods aro but plain cloth. Human minds do not all seo a Greek slave in every block of marble, and It is a good thing that they do not. Tho right thing for each to do is to learn tho best possibilities in somo ono direction, to apply them, and become an export in that lino. A successful life neod not cover a great area, but should learn ono lino thoroughly. -Ckicuijo Ledger. At tho Exhibition. She wears a great big bonnet With a hunch of rosea on It, And 'tis tied beneath her chin In a how; Altho' she looks so shy, I sometimes catch her eye, As the restless crowd pass slowly To nnd fro. Now, do you think she'd care If some day I should dare To speak to her, and ak her What's her name I Alas I tho' fair, she's mute, Blio'd never heed inv suit Fcr she's nothing hut a picture in a iratnc. Life. Whero His Charms "Were. Miss Eugenia. Ah, but don't you think young Hlakoly is a very attrac tive young fellow? I do. I wouldn't tell anybody but you, Sophy, but ho has a great many charms for inc. Mi68bophy.--lhiiuph! All the charms I've seen about him have been on his watch chain. U'id'Uils, LAFAGAN'S LOGIC. Even talent, without energy, is a fail ure. A long face is a failure. So is iU wearer. Christianity alone can harmonize tho universe. lloauty arrests thu eye, but chastity wins tho heart. A lazy man's best hold is a jack-knife and plenty of shade. Politeness will succeed where money alone will get worsted. Ignorance's safest plan is to talk sparingly and look volumes. Nono but fools have an excuse for criticising tho wisdom of God. Man can prove "blue blood" better by his acts than by a pedigree. All wit, all pathos, to havo force must bo backed by logic and reason. What were crimes one hundred years ago aro mere irregularities now. You can teach a child how to hate, but tlie heart teaches it how to love. As man grows iu wisdom lie learns how Independent the, world is of him. For every family contention Satan puts an extra pound of fat on his ribs. I must give tho devil credit for ouo tiling, lie rewards everv one alike. Half of mankind lies awake nights thinking how to outwit the other half. Religion and temperance will always agree. Both are the sprouts of reason. The days of originality are over, hut the days of improvement aro yet to come. When wo do not understand other people it seems to lu second-nature to ridicule them. If it wero not for tho weakness of tho majority tho success of the few would bo a myth. Those who aro honest from fear rath er than principle havo no more to brag of than rascals. Always appear to agree with tho world, and you will get on smoothly without soaping tho track. In itself lying is a base passion, but its tendency to injure others renders it also a dangerous one. Profit by others' success and failures and you get a reliable experience at less than club rates. Decorum itself is simply good sonso and good-will, but society often ruins it by ompty coromonies. It Isn't always the man who knows tho most that wins, but tho man who can apply what ho does know. So long as woman is on friendly terms with modesty just so long is woman vindicated and no longor. Do away with Christianity and its in lluouces, and mankind would run itself into tho ground in a brief century. Most any man is willing to tell of tho good things ho has done, but few tell of tho good things they might havo dono. Action can out-talk any man, and I havo oven seen women that exhibited signs of weariness when wrestling with it. Of ton young men nine can bo found who aro vain of their fine exterior, while tho tenth ono is proud of a well stored mind. Aftor all I prefer a "got-thero" man to a "don't-care-a-dum" sort of ono. If I am skinned in a horse trade there is some comfort in tho thought that tho winner was no "slouch." I must say tlds for woman: If pure as her sister angels just so long is tho redeeming of tho world among possi bilities, ilut, as a whole, if she falls, tho loophole of escape is closed. I am not iu favor of marking out a road for this man or that woman. Iivoryono has a way of his own to keop iu tho road. Ilut 1 do believe that I am required to hoe my own row clean, aud to aid a brother hero or a sister thoro in their hoeing if thoy got stuck. Tho helping hand or encouraging, word is no loss to us, is really a blessing to tho weary, and a rebounding help to tho donor. Chicago Ledger. Beyond the Reach of Drugs. "Doctor," said an old lady, "my hus band is that nervous that I don't know what to make of it." "In what way does ho manifest his nervousness?" "Well ovory time tho front door boll rings ho busts a button oil' (devest. think ho ought to have a dose of med icine." "Modicino won't do him any good, madam, Nature and his creditors will have to tnko thoir course." Life. Equal to tho Emergency. Hob Ingorsoll rccontlv was talking with an old colored woman iu Wash ington upon religious matters. "Do you really behove, Aunty," said ho, "that peoplo are mado out of Just?" "Yes, sah; tho Bible says doy is, an jo I b'lloves it" "Hut what is done in wet weather, when there's nothing but mud?" "Don I s'pocts doy make Inliduls aw' lich truck." Puck.