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At Demi's Variety Store...
See our Special Hargains
in Glassware, Lemonade
Sc t s , A f t e rn oon Te a S e I s ,
I'ancy Glasses, and Fruit
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lo'A'eet catili n icie at
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J. F. BARKER & GO.
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Alao a I'oin-.loto lino of etiok o
TOUAC'I OH AND CUIAKS
All kinds of Country Produce
7VSRS. N. BOYD
On the 5. P. R. K.
Douglas County, Oregon
ly open for reccp-
tiou of guests.
Water cures Ructi-
Kidney and Ski
fNew btore I
Staple and Fancy
Country Produce Bought and Sold
TAVLOK & WILSON BLOCK
Low Prices !
Call and lixamine our Mammoth stock.
The People's Store
I. ABRAHAM, Prop'r.
A complete line of
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots & Shoes,
Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Capes, Jackets,
and a tine line of Millinery Goods.
Everything New, purchased for Cash direct from Eastern
manufacturers, especially for the Fall Trade.
Call and exaimiue Goods and Prices.
Pure Fresh Drugs
A. C. MARSTERS & CO.
And With Dispatch.
A Full Line of Patent Tledicines and
$75 Bed Room
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A Fine Line of Chairs, formerly $1.50, uow $1.00.
Now is the time to get Uig Values.
Call, examiue and be couviuced.
Alexander & Strong.
New Goods 1 j
Free Delivery $
Suit for $35
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ALL THE PHILIPPINES
Spain Has Acceded to the Demand
Of the United States.
THE POWERS NOT PLEASED
Spanlah CommUsloner Declar That
They Yield Ooly to Superior Force
and to Avoid Further War.
I'Aaia, Nov. 28. Spain baa acceded to
the demanda ol the United States, and
agreed to cede the entire Philippine
archipelago and the Suln islands, and to
sell the Caroline islands. This practi
cally insures the conclusion ol a treaty ol
peace between Spain aod iho United
StaUs in the near future.
Paris, Nov. 28. The two peace com-
mlisioDS were in separate session all this
morning. The joint commission met al
2 o'clock this afternoon, and tbe Hpanifih
commissioners immediately announced
tbeir acceptance of tbe American de
mands. Tbe Spanish acceptance was
made verbally. AVhen the members of
the two commissions were seated, Kios,
president of tbe Spanish comoutuion,
banded tbe Spanish reply to Ferguson,
tbe Spanish interpreter, attached to the
United States peace commission. Tbe
answer of tbe Spaniards was short, and
'ess tbsn 10 minutes were consumed in
rendering it into English for the Ameri
cans. The Spanish commiseioncrs an
nounced that they were authorized by
their government to reply, that the
American propositions were iuadoiieeible
on legal principles, but that all diploma
tic resources were exhausted, and the
Spanish commission t now kel to
accept or reject tbe American proposition.
Spain, Inspired by reasous of patriotism
and humanity and to avoid the horrors
of war, resigns herself to tbe power of
tbe victor. She accepts tbe offered con
ditions in order to conclude a treaty of
peace. Throughout the controversy
Spain had the ttrongest arguments, and
as between positions so diametrically op
posed, the American offer of $20,000,000
was not a fair snm. Nevertheless, the
reply continued,.. Spain desired to avoid
any farther effusion of blood and further
disorder, and concluded to accept the
American offer unconditionally and thus
bow to tbe superior power of the victor.
The secretaries were then ordered to pre
pare treaty articles, embodying tbe ces
sion of Cuba, Forto Rico and tbe Philip
pines and payment by tbe United States
ol $20,000,000, for submission to a meet
ing wbich will be held Wednesday next.
The American demands include tbe
acquisition ol tbe whole of tbe Philippine
and Sulu groups for $20,000,000 and it is
also understood tbe United States will
purchase tbe Caroline group. The ques
tion of tbe debt of Cuba is left uusottlsd.
Tbe next meeting will take placo Wed
Ihere is no denying that the whole
European continent will bitterly resent
tbe American acquisition of the Philip
pines. This rentiment is not confined to
diplomats, but especially here io Paris it
is the opinion constantly beard in tbe
highest French society. It is known
that a high official of tbe French foreign
office said yesterday:
"The appearance ol Americans in
Eastern waters is a disturbing factor to
the whole of Europe. The Americans,
is well known lack diplomatic man
ners, and will surely bring constant
trouble to all of us.
As to tbe general sentiment, XV. T.
Stead, who baa just returned from a tour
of France, Belgium, Germany, Russia,
Austria, Turkey and Italy, and who baa
seen the ntghest politicians in eacn
country, and in some cases tbeir rulers,
said today to a correspondent of the A-
sociated Press :
"An immense majority of Europeans
are of course absolutely ignorant of w bat
has happened. Interested in their daily
toil, they neither know nor care what
occurs in the other hemisphere, but
other Europeans, who read tbe newspa
pers are able to form what may be called
public opinion in tbe old world. They
are practically unanimous on the matter.
Outside of England I have uot met a sin
gle non-American, who was not opposed
to expansion of America; nor through
my wholo tour of Europe have I met a
European who did uot receive the pro
testations of genulue sincerity with
which tbe Amaricans entered upon the
war with more or less mock iucredtil
Stead reports that the bitterest hoetil
Uy of all was found al tbe Vatican.
A Boston Blizzard,
Boston, Nov. 28. Danisgo by luft
night's terrible bliuurd off the New
England const baa beeu much greater
than was indicated by early dispatches.
In or near tbe harbors ol Massachusetts
alone not less than 2J vessels bavo been
lost, and in most cases the fata of the
crews is unknown, as the fury of the
storm wakes any attempt at investiga
tion or rescue impossible.
Tugs returning to this city at noon,
after lonr ol the harbor, report 29 vee-
els of all sites ashore or sunk lo or
near IJoiton harbor. Seven large
Schooners and two Baltimore Canal
Barges art comp!etnly wracked, and It is
cciimated that 30 lives have been lost.
On'y one body has been recovered.
More than a dozen are reoorted In the
urf at Hull, anl efforts are being made
to recover them.
Japan Will Resist the Czar. A Mis
sionary Massacre it Tuns Liang.
ViCTODiA, B, C, Not. 28. The steam
er Glenogle has arrived here after a tern
peetaous passage, bringing an inter est is g
budget of news from tbe restless East.
From Tien-Tsla comes news which
hows that Japan baa decided to resist
Bassian aggression. She Is preparing to
drive tbe czir's troops from Cores, and
to Ibis end large detachments of troops
are being landed in tbe Hermit's king
dom. News is also at band from Tien-Tsin
tbat Uue number of Japanese spies
hire been captured by the Bueeisoa at
Port Arthur and abot. Seven Japanese,
all officers of the Imperial Japanese
army, were taken, aod on their persons
were found drawings of the principle
fortifications. But a day elapsed after
heir capture before they were marched
out before a firing party of Banians and
Tbe rebels in Chang Kiang, according
to advices by the Glenogle, are Increas
ing in power daily. The Tonglang A
Uow Chow railway is completely onder
tbeir control. They have compelled
well-to-do people to provide them with
money and provisions, and are making
weapons day and night. Merchants in
Shanghai and other ports stopping the
shipment of goods.
Tbe rebels are daily committing atroci
ties of every sort and kind. Ooe of
their leaders, Yii, went to tbe governor
of Lung Sbnl Chin and demanded 'a
large sum of money, was refosi d, and
the rebels 2000 strong, plundered the
town, killing hundreds.
Two days sfterward they went to
Tung Liang and demolished all the
bouees of tbe Christians, msssscieing
those who tried to escape, with shock
ing brutality. They then declared the
they bad gone to tbat city especially to
oppose foreigners and Christians. Oth
ers, they said, were not to be molested
unlets tbey offered resistance.
Two French priests and a missionary of
the C. M. S. bad gone to tbe magistrate's
yemen for shelter, and late In tbe after
noon the rebels went to tbe magistrate
and asked tbat they be delivered np.
Tbe magistrate refused, but afterward re-
lented and allowed the rebels to enter
the vemen to take the missionaries.
Tbe Methodist had a revolver, and be
was at once killed. The two French
priests were bound and carried away as
prisoners. Tbe rebels then retired to
Wang Choa Tong. Tbey are, it is said,
seuing and murdering Christians almost
According to reports from lhemoipo
matters have reached a grave crisis in
Corea. The emperor is being worried (0
death with petitions by tbe Independence
Club, which is forcing his hand to dis
miss some of the higher ministers, when
the whole phalanx of the Independence
Club will invade the palace and take
charge of the government's affairs.
Tbe execution of tbe unfortunates ac
cused of tbe attempt to poison the em
peror was a ghastly affair. The doomed
men were taken from tbe scaffold on
which they were to have been executed
by a mob. Then began one of the most
gruesome exhibitions, of savagery and
b'.oodtbirstineii ever seen in any land.
The condemned men were actually torn
ti pieces by the mob, and even when
life was extinct the moat devilish in
dignities imaginable were heaped on the
mangled and bieeuinK remaius.
A PIONEER PICNIC.
How Alaskan Pioneers Enjoyed
Themselves at Dyes.
The pioneers ol Dyea gave a grand
picnic at the D. K. & T. Co's., wharf
on Thursday. Every one was theie;
husbands, wives, sweethearts and all,
and tivery one danced. Tbe photograph
man was there, the kodak tiend was
there, tbe babies cried, and every oue
celebrated and congratulated themselves
ou being a pioneer. Dancing was in
dulged in and tbe fancy cake walk was
wou by Capt. Brown and Mrs. Cbism
holm; pie-eating contest, won by Mrs.
Van Uji-kirk and Mr. Hall. The best
looking baby at tbe baby Bbow was cap
tured by Albert Brady. Heel and toe
walk from wharf to town, fact time,
Capt. Wallace and Mrs. Wballen; alow
time, Mr. McEnany and Miss Ferrel;
dish washing contest, Mesdames Wat
sou, Wood, Colson, Irgrams and Chris
holm all tied for honors and decided to
wait till next year and just wash the en
tire affair off tbeir bauds, Io the grand
boat race from D. K. T. & Co's., wharf,
MesJames Wilaou and Foas sculled tbe
steamer Lady of tbe Lake against tbe
steamer Farallon and lost only by a few
degrees. The delightful affair then end
ed with agrsudband concert In wblcb
were entered the V. S. Marine band,
Summit bund, Canyon City Silver band
the Pyea Military baud and the Hkaguay
U. I!. Band of Hope. Tbe Lyca bund,
with ler, Ponuison, I.ogan and Hays
as hand ttubter, had no difficulty In
Capturing ths admiring gtancei from
tbe ladies and as every one had a piece
of roie lo their costs, tho jmlgoa took
wise course and bestowed itpou their
maniiger, Mr. Berry, a lobster, in token
ol the respect snd confidence the pioneers
bad In them. Dyea Freud.
Beautiful Sea Shells.
Every one admires tbem. Since coat
ing to Florida I have received numerous
Inqnlriea for sea shells, and cow I am
prspared to answer yes I can send you
shells, for I have made quite a collection
of lovely shells, both from cur own const
the coral reefs, and some benotifnl onrs
from tbe West India Islands. I will
mail a dozen or more different kinds, no
two alike, to any one who tends a stamp
Mrs. F. A. Warsbh,
Caro Bros, are the boes merchants.
For a good 5-cent cigar call on Mrs.N.
Bogs in infinite variety at Alexander
Zephyr 15 cents for 4-skein package
at tbe Novelty Store.
Key West, imported and domestic
cigars at tbe Roseleaf.
A finely bred Jersey male calf for sale.
Address P. O. Box, 163.
The Boss Store is selling out at sacri
ficing prices. Call and be convinced.
Do yon smoke7 If so, get the Artie
cigar et Krase A Sbamhrooks, sole aeents
10,000 men wanted at the Boss Store
to select great bargains before it is too
Ladies rubbers at 25 cents and first
quality at 40 cents per pair. Novelty
The Oliver plow has a world-wide
reputation. Cbnrchill A Wool ley sell
Facts not fakes is what our adver
tising columns represent. The Boss
Babys "Cry for Castoria" but their
pspss cry for Oliver Plows tbey must
Smoke the ' Artie," tbe beet 5c
cigar of the year. Kruse & Shambrook,
Tbe only best stove is tbe Bridge A
Beech superior line. Churchill A Wool
ley sell tbem.
R.' A. ' Dozier, at Abraham's ware
bouse, boys hay, grain and all kinds of
Gents you will find some extra good
bargains in overshirts. at the Novelty
Store closing out sale.
A large and fine assortment of chil
dren's shoes just received at Parrott
Bros. Call and see them.
A good joke is going the rounds on
Clark Bell, tbe manager at Stokes Broe.
A very pretty femalo while passing
through Dyea this week on her w.iy to
Dawson dropped into Stokes Bros',
store to purchase a paiof legging to
climb tbe summit witb. She being
abort of money, Clark advised ber to
gets pair of gentleman's trousers to
wear ender her skirts, as he bad noticed
many other female Klondikera dolor.
Tbe lady favored the idea, but was rorry
to have to say tbat she waa a widow and
had no men's pants in her waidrj'oe.
Well, now, Clark was not slow and eaid
he bad an extra pair. It is needles 1 to
say tbat this lonely wiJow accepted,
and now Clark wants to know whether
the custom house ofliciah at Linderman
recognized thoee pants. Dyea Prens.'
A sick man is like a
man who (roes up in a
balloon. He is blown
hither and thither by
the winds of disease.
A traveler by rail or
tramer has a regular
track. He is reasona
bly certain of reaching
a given destination;
bat the balloonist is at
the mercy of totally
No track, no course.
no rudder, no certainty that any breeze may
not bring destruction.
So with tbe sick man. His disordered
constitution renders every natural operation
uncertain. No organ can be depended on
to do its normal work. The stomach will
not digest food; the liver will not lilter bil
ious poisons from the blood; the kidneys
and skin will not excrete the waste. No
regular nourishing or purifying process is
going on. There Is no certainty except the
certainty of suffering.
In all dyspeptic, bilious, debilitated con.
ditions, what is needed is to change the ab
normal, erratic operations of the system
into a natural, regular, straightforward pro
gress in the right direction. Nothing in the
world will do this bo rapidly and certainly
as Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery.
It directly regulates the vitalizing func
tions. It sets the stomach and liver into
natural, healthy operation and gives the
blood-making glands power to manufuctute
aa abundance of pure, rich blood.
It creates appetite; builds up muscular
strength, and banishes nervousness-and
neuralgia. As it can be assimilated by tlie
weakest stomach, its nourishing properties
are far superior to nauseating cod liver nil
in severe coughs and all wasting diseases.
Tbe druggist who recommends something
else aa "just as good" is thiuking more of
his extra profit on the "just as good " kind
than of your welfare.