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About The Oregon scout. (Union, Union County, Or.) 188?-1918 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 8, 1891)
SPOONER GONE HENCE
RUM tlie neimrtrd Ilrollicr U Snp
ponetl to He Harking With the
Anucln Tho Smilloivcr Society'
Clmrtpr Kovokcil Insurance t
"Ap'in I hev a painful ilooty to per
form,'' .said Brother (iardner, as tho
uieetinjr was declared duly opened.
"Word has bin received dat do Hon
Lightfoot Spooner, an honorary raem'
berofdiselub Huin' in irginny, has
gone hence, lie was one of do fust
honorary members Mcekted todisclub,
aud only Ins' we.-ic I received a letter
from him sayin' how glad he would be
to be wid us. In his death we has
lost a good man, but hev at de same
time gained some val'able p'inters.
"lirudder (pomtT believed in de
motto dat honesty am de bos' policy,
uu' he died pore so pore dat his assets
didn't figger up but twentv-two clothes
pins an' a stra v bed.
"Ho loved his naybur as hisself, an
his naybur alius got 9.1 percent, de best
of de bargain.
"lie had charity for all: an' dat was
de reason why his chill en alius had to
tro bar fut tin his wife had to dig sassa
fras root fur coffee.
"His motto was 'Excelsior,' an' when
he didn't hev a bile on his leg ho had
soft con's between his toes. Urudder
Spooner was honest, an' darfo' pore;
he was consciensiius, an' darfo' ragged;
he was full of mercy an' sympathy, an'
darfo' men called him weak in
de top story. I doan' advise any man
to be ba , hut 1 wisli to kcerlessly re
mark dat (iis world doan' expect no
man to reverse his parer collahs. If
he hasn't any money to pay fur wash
in' he s expected to steal some new
ones an say nutlln 'bout it. Let us
now attack de Iriznc-s which has as
sembled lis together."
Two months since a charter was
granted to the "inuiHower Society," of
Mobile, Ala., to organize itself into a
branch club aud work up to the seven
tieth degree. 1'or the last mouth com
plaints have come m thick and fast,
and the Committee on Charters now
reported that the following charges
had been made, investigated and sus
tained: 1. t hurging candidates an admission
fee of S3, and telling each one that ho
was entitled to a pension of Sd per
veur from the (government.
Compelling candidates to steal
chickens and watermelons as part of
3. lluying fou quarts of keroseno
at a time, and indulging in other reck
less expendi urcs calculated to call for
4. Putting on patronizing airs to
wards the police force aud fire depart
ment of .Mobile.
The committee recommended that
the charter be revoked at once and tho
motion was carried by a unanimous
Shindig Watkins arose to ask for in
format'on. as Watermelon hall in
hured for S.'.OOIV.'
"She was." answered the president.
Brother Watkins thought it was
throwing money away. Thera was no
lire in the stove except on Satur- ay
nights. Itefore leaving the hall the
janitor always emptied two pails of
water over the oinl.ers. Tho kerosene
can was always plugged up and placed
in tho ice-box. lie had consulted
teveral electricians, and all hadngreea
that there was no danger of tho build
ing being struck by lightning. He
would therefore move that the insur
ance bo cancelled.
"lirudder Watkins, yo' war cowhide
butes, doan'yo"? ' asked the president.
"Yo' war 'em kase if yo was walkin'
frew de grass an' a rattlesnake bit yo'
on do leg it wouldn't hurt Has yo'
eber bin bit at?"
"Is yo' eber gwine to bo?"
"Can t tell, huh."
'Dat's 'zactly do case, Urudder Wat
kins. Dis hull hain't nebbor cotched
flah, but wo can't tell when it will, an'
Ave is carry! n' dat insurance as u pur
teeksbuu. Dat inoshun won't bo enter
tained." The secretary then road tho follow
Chicago, Aug. 17.
JJkau Silt: I have been told that you
had a method by which you could in
variably select the bust and rIpott
watermelons out of tho lot, aud that
you never got htuolc with u green one.
If tliU Is true I tvuut to purchase the
secret Please send me lowest cash
figures at once. C. C. Whitk.
"I hasn t got what he wants," re
plied the President "1 doan' believe
no man kin alius pick out de ripest an'
de best When 1 is feelin' sorter lone
ly, and life doan' seem to be worf do
libin', I goes out an' looks fur a water-millj-ou.
I select o-e wid a basement
to it if possible. I look to see if de
stem is black and dead. Den I tuuk
on dat millyon wid mv fist to see if it
sounds full of meat. "Den I lay him
down anil press on him wid my Knee.
Ifdar is a dull, holler sound like a
smoked ham lallin' oil de roof nn'
strikin' on a sumi-pile dat millyon
hain't rine. If she gibs out a sound,
howeber a sound like a feller runnin'
lickety-te-split across do truck patch
wid a dawg mighty clus to his heels
an' de owner of dat dawg yellin' to
him to take hold den de chances ar'
dat you hev got the ripest, reddest,
sweetest millyon in dat hull kyar-load
wnat cum up from (iawgia."
was men readi
ClM'INNATI, Aug. IS, "iL
Dkah Snt: At what season of tho
year does the Cotton Hlossom Club
"call off' or take its annual vacation'.'
1 ask because 1 shall be in New York
this fal and I ivnt to take in Water
melon Hall as cne of the sights. 1 shall
be greatly clUapi om:ed not to meet
you and .sir Isaac Walpolo and (Uvea
dam .loues to say nothing of Waydowu
Hebee, Klder Toots, shindig Watkins,
and Uear-Admiral lkmibo,
Hon. Ua.mho .louxsox.
"Dis club nebbor takes a vacation,"
replied Brother (iardner, as he looked
to see if tho thermometer marked 105
degrees at his end of the hall. "Con
gress kin adjourn and de State Assem
bly kin go hucklebcrryin' ull summer
an' nobodv seems to kcer about it, but
de minit dis club lets go tilings seem
to go to pieces all ober de Kentry. We
shall bo found at de old stand, winter
an summer, an' biness will allu- be
pushed for all it's wuth."
At this juncture Hrothcr Hradawl
Williams arose to make a statemt lit
and oiler a resolution. Ho knew that
n majority of the members were deeply
interested in the theory of Prof. Cellu
loid White, of New Hampshire,
that the planet Venus was grad
ually approa hing the planet lars,
and that if permitted to collide there
would be a shncU which would upset
the whole c.untry. The rate of ap
proach was only four miles an hour
just now, but would double every
week, and by Christmas time the crash
would coice. He was no alarmist, but
here was a question that must be fairly
met He would, therefore, after a
resolution that the club open a cor
respondence with the professor to see
what could be done to avert tho
"Brudder illiums, is all yo' back
rent paid up'.'" asked the president as
he slowly arosv;.
"No. sah, not quite all."
"Dat's about de way I llggered!
Wheneber I find a pusson who is werry
much agitated bout what is
gwine on fo' or live miles up in
de sky I invariably diskiver dat he's
bin frowin' away moas' of his time
down below. Dat resolushun is outer
order, an' yo' has had a mighty nnrrer
escape from belli' fined wlO.OOO. Wo
will now adjourn to do aunty-room an'
encircle nine large watermillyons pur
vided fur de auspisliusoccashuu an' den
('('Hint; Hid ol' ii IS'iiUauce.
First Little llird "Here comes a boy
witli a gun. Shall we fiy away?"
eeond Little Bird "No. Ho'donly
'First Little Bird "But what shall
Second Little Bird "Sit hero and
let him fire at us. By and by ho will
shoot oil" a linger or something and go
scent a murder."
First Detective (solemnly) "Smell
that trunk: '
Passenger (sauntering up) "You
like Limpurger, oh? '. do I. Dot s
why I dalco some home mit me."
Mr. De Cutter "Why this sudden
coolness, Clara I mean Miss Beauty?
A few days ago you allowed mo to in
fer that 1 had at last won your favor
und perhaps "
Newport Bolle 'That will do, Mr.
De Cutter. A new yacht has arrivea
in the harbor, und it is ten feet longer
Thoao lleaiitlliil Anders.
Eastern Sportsman (with full assort
ment of dogs, guns, etc.) "I hear that
over a thousund elk are killed in this
region every year. What do you do
with the antlers?"
Western Hunter "Sell 'em to East
ern hunters on their way home."
First Tlieater-Uoer "How was tho
new play last night?"
Second Theater-(Jocr-"Oh, its grand!
Most realistic dramatic success of the
age. They've get a real hydrant ou
tlio stage Bjiouts real water. Y'ought
f see it"
Leurnlii:: by ltxrrleure.
Trump "Pluttse, mum, I'd like sotno
cold vittles for my dog."
JiouMikounor "Dog! Why do vou
go trumping through the country with
a big bruto HUo that ut your heoUV"
Trump To purteat tuy heels from
other dogs, iiium.'
RIGHT FIELDER M'CARTHY.
Tho Well-Kin. uu I'lufcr or the St.
Thomas F. .McCarthy is tho well
known right lielder of tho St, Louis
Browns, of tho American association.
He was born duly ',M, lstl-l, at Boston,
Mnss., and first played professionally
in 1834. when he was a member of tho
team that represented his native city
in the Union association. Pitching
that season for the Boston Hlucs
against the Boxbury team, he struck
out no fewer than nineteen men
in a game, besides having three
assistants. In issr, he com
menced the season with tho Boston
team, of the National Leamie, distin
guishing himself by putting out ten
men at left field and assisting three
tunes in the opening games on Fast
Day. McCarthy played in the outfield
for the Bostons and took part in fort
championship games before he was r -leased,
and he then finished tho seas n
with the Haverhill club of tho New
England League. While playing with
the Haverhill team against the Law
rence club that season he made live
safe hits, with a total of eleven
basis, in live times at tho
bat McCarthy opened in lssirt with
the Iroviihme team of the Eastern
League: then transferred his services
to the Brockton club, of the New Eng
land League, and concluded the season
with the Philadelphia club, of t e Na
tional League. He remained with tho
last mentioned club during tho early
part of the season of 1SS7. taking part
as an outfielder fn eighteen of its cham
pionship games before ho was released.
when he joined tho Oshkosh club, with
which ho finished the season. His
clever outflclding and hard hitting
helped materially tho Oshkosh team
in winning the championship of the
Northwestern League in 18ST. A ro
markable batting feat of seven succes
sive safe hits in seven times nt the bat
was credited to him in a championship
game that season, llandiboe, of the
Jitiu Claire Club being the suffering
pitcher. Mel ar thy not only led tho
Oshkosh team in batting, but ranked
fifth in that respect in the ofllcial av
enures of the Northwestern League.
Menirthyin 3 SSS was engaged as an
outfielder by tho St. Louis Brown
with which team ho has since re
maiued, taking part in upwards of live
hunt' red championship contests. Dur
ing thej-e four seasons McCarthy has
greatly distinguished himself in bat
ting, Last' running and outtielding,
helping the St. Louis team to
win tho championship of the
American Association in 1SS8,
and ranking high in its ofllcial batting
averages each year. As a run getter
he ranks as one of the best in tho pro-
fession, his quickness in completing
tne circuit oeing remarkable, llo is
also a splendid outrielder and Uin
creditably fill almost any infield po
sition, as has been shown this season.
In 181)0 McCarthy captained tho St.
Louis iirowns, and the team musncd a
good third in the race for tho pennant
ot the American Association, although
it was much weakened by the secession
of Comiskey. O'Neil, Boyle, Bobinson,
King and' Lath m. lie lias greatly
distinguished himself this season.
Vlllntfit til' Itofii)iiicc.
Sanborn is a quaint little New York
village and is swept by the placid
waters of the Hudson, which at that
point narrows down to a modern good
sied creek. The place has been prolific
with queer happenings, strange roman
ces and everything else that introduces
the odd phase of human life. Tho
latest strauge ease developed is of tho
Enoch Ardcii order.
In lbtio Thomas Tisdalc, with a wife
aud four children, lived in a Canadian
village. This year he was engaged as
escort to a fishing party to Georgian
Bay, and when the party returned Tis
dalo was reported as having left them
in a row boat, and nothing was heard
from him since. It was presumed that
he was lost among the many islands in
the bay and drowned. After several
years, as Tlsdale did not return to his
family, Mrs. Tisdalc accepted tho theory
of his death ami married William
Davis. In about four years tho second
husband died, and the widow married
a Mr. Copehtnd, of Touawanda. A few
days ago Tisdalc appeared ut Sanborn,
and Mrs. Copehtnd being sent for iden
tified him as her long-missing first
husband. Present indications ure that
the third husband will have to relin
quish his wife and that she will join
her fortunes with Tisdalc.
MjlluU'h I'ond of Kt)le.
John 0. Doyle, who has chnrgo of a
reservation m tho Indian Territory,
says tho Indian womeu are us great
sticklers for fashion us any dame of u
Parisian boulovurd. This year noth
ing but a pea-green umbrella or para
sol will suit the squaws, and tho bucks
will have nothing hut blue umbrellas.
Every Indian squuw and buck is so
equipped, aud tho elfect is quite bril
liunt. Lust your nothing but red,
white und blue uinbreUus were in
requisition, uml tliU year tho Indian
traders got in a big supply of tho varie
gated Min protectors, hut the Indians
would not have them and green and
blue huil to bt supplied us the fushlon
ublo colors. It is the same way us to
calicoob. One mason ouu print prevails
and u whole tribe U drohsod In it, tho
ition shlrtud and tho women petti
uuntod. uud tho next Milium tho sauui
gaudy uolurH and ilguica uro looked
Upon with jllwiut
Jiiicli uAism airurdt tuun or Uughtw, u w
A IIIIUT It V A
I nm not tdmlng to convince mcntnl bablef, no
lmlccd that would be fruitless without the ticc
cwnry cultured Intellect that mnkes IorIc Appli
cable. Force, brilliancy and ork'lunUty even
are no weapons to attack n slave wl h. For many
centuries the medical art was licdKcd about by a
proFcrlptlvu taboo which It, as yet, has not sur
vived. The brand for murdering truth Is the
penalty of Imbecility stamped upon the mental
caliber of theavernRe Individual In relation to
medlrinu and medicine men. The sun of the
nineteenth century has not yet dawned uKin his
Intellectual horizon. Me, together with his Ideal
medicine man, still hiternates in tho good old
days of the dark ages, w lien it was bad form to
be lmiuisltlve. He still " believes " In bleeding,
blh teritiK, vomiting, purging and sweating, lie
loves copious doses of horse medicine. He de
lights in assnftvtlda and calomel and carbolic
acid. They are considered Indlsiionsable; no
well-regulated family, with pigmy intellects and
abdomtdiil development, consider itself safu
w Ithotit those family lares. These 1 do not w Ish
to convert; they are the Hip Van Winkles that
will continue to slumber through this ami prob
ably through the next century. They play no
role In the world's hlstorv. TUey live; thev die.
No monument marks their forgotten sepuleher.
Humanity wax not enriched bv their entrance;
it has lost nothing by their exit. They are drift
wood on the shores of time, aud Moat with the
ebb and tide of opinions they have inherited
from their anthmi'oinorphlc ancestry. No.it is
not to these I wish to address myself, but to the
thinking ones, whom a thought does not throw
Into an epileptic paroxysm; who love knowledge
for Its own sake: who are willing to Investigate
the truth or falsity of iiuv prooMtloii, aud, once
convinced, w ill stand bv'it through all the grim
aces of a chattering and delayed civilization.
To these- not the chatterers, but the thinkers I
commend the lilstogeuetlc System for investiga
tion, and will elucidate with nleiisuro iinv ouch-
i Hon not sulticlently clear in book, which will be
sent free to any address.
Dr. Jordan's olllce is at the residence of
ex- Mayor Ycslar, Third and Jniucs.
Consultations and prcscriptionsabsolute
lyrcc. bend for frco book explaining the Ilisto
Caution. The llistogtnctic Medicines
are sold in but one agency in each town.
The label nround the bottle bears tho fol
lowing inscription! "Dr. J. Kugcne Jor
dan, llistopcnctio Medicine." Every other
device is a fraud.
1'II.KSI 1'II.KSI 1'ILKSI
Dr. Williams' Indian Hie Ointment will cure
Blind, Bleeding and Itching l'lles when all other
ointments have failed. It absorbs tho tumors
allays tho Itching at once, nets as a poultice,
gives tnstnnt relief. Dr. Willlnms' India . l'lle
Ointment is prepared only for riles and Itching
ot tno pnvato parts, and notning else, Kvery
uox is warrauieu. oom uy ruggisis, or sent
mail ou receipt of price. Mo and $1 per box.
WILLIAMS MANUFACTURING CO.,
Proprietors, Cleveland, O.
Merchant Hotki., Third and D streets,
Portland, Or. First-class accommodations.
Rates, $1 tofl.fiOperduy. Jacob Hass, prop.
Doth tho method ami results when
Syrup of Figs ia taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to tho taste, and acts
gently yet promptly on tho Kidnoys,
i i r i , .i
uiyer aim uoweis, cleanses ino sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
tches and fevers nnd cures liahitui
constipation permanently. For salo
in 50c and SI bottles by all druggista.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO. CAL.
iniiisvittE. Kt vew york r
"THE SPECIFIC A NO. I."
( Sires al 1 u mint ii nil discharge of nieii
no matter of how Inns Ntaudlng. l'. i
vents stricture, it being uu Interim
remedy. tnri'H wlien uverytliliiK elm
bun fulled. lVlrc.riS.OO. Circular ol
bpplleutlon, Hulil by Druggista orw n'
ou ri'O ii or pneo oy i no ncnocn
lieu jMeuicuin ia.. nan .inie, i ni.
Best Cough Medicine. Recommended by Physicians.
Cures where all else fails. Pleasant and agreeable to tho
tasto. Children tako it without objection. By druggists.
Before you buy a.nyhhing.a.sk two quest-ions
"Bo I reaklly-vfeCBcn I do -
these quesHorfefMmay mekeyou rich:
bu r rhey will neverr!Hpreven l- you from
buying SAPOLI O
Its uses are rnuny and so are its friends;
for where it is once used
clean Iwuse without it is
t7ie work twice as fast
Dlllf fniir fllin PnnriO If Vlllir
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p. wh , (wmmw. wnn, wntm sot IW nw
FORE. The virtues or
merits of a remedy
for tin in do not
conslit In lis being
ns good for relief nt
other remedies, hut
In the fact thnt It l better. In being more
prompt nnd sure, and therefore the best for
tho specific purpose. It Is not on idlo catch
line that strikes tho eye thus:
ST. JACOBS OIL
THE GREAT REMEDY FOR PAIN,
IS THE BEST.
It Is tho boat euro for nil nclics und paint,
And It holds
THE TRUE PROOF.
To this specific fact Archbishops, TH-.li-ops,
Clergymen, Inwjers, Doctors, Gov
ernors, Generals, Scnntors, Member ot
Concre-.-. nnd legislatures, U.S. Consuls,
Army nnd Navy Officers Mayors and
OOlrlals, testify and unite In laying: "We
OTHER REMEDIES FAILED,
and Rt Jacotw Oil cured promptly and pr
maneutly " For tho same reason
THE POOR MAN
(lads what ho seeks and needs, ts not deceived
and will hare it at any price.
Of nil kinds nnd in any quantity whole
sale and retail at bedrock prices.
E. J. BOWEN,
65 Front Stroot, Portland, Or.
W fond for catalogue, -".l
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Jlnmch School: Camtal Huh. Coi.i.hii:, .snU'in, Oregon,
nit mo courses 01 siuuy, wime ruuM 01 lumoii,
fypeivriting, I fHHtansfirf. and English UfattiHtnts
flfirln wssliin tliroiiuliout I he year. Stutlrntii lulm t.
tdl at any time. C'iiUiUikuh from either school, free.
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Want an intent in every town In Oregon, Wahh
liiKton anil Iilaho to nell
PIANOS and ORGANS
N'o utock or eabltiil needed
M lisle teneherx nreferreil.
HtK'clnl rates on all
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In do in n nil .
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it is always used. To
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llnnlar ilnan lint Hamf ThaHI
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Applet, allien dried ... 10,12
Clrapea, tigo, good 3,4
ftalslna, 1690, per lb 5, 0, 1
Brunei, 1990, cn.. , u, u
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Cherrlei, pilled. 1S91 20, 25
Flgi, 1991, black Call 4, O
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