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ROSEBURG OREGON, THURSDAY, DKCKMHKR 15, 1898.
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Attorney and CuunHclor at Law,
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l.alo Kcculrcr U. H. I.til OBre.
Northern Pacific Railroad Company.
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half the rt'gulnr rto.
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L. MILLER, M. D.,
Surgeon and Homoeopathio
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Alto t cuuiplrtu 1 1 IK' of cliuiru
TOBACCOS A NO CHiAKS
All kinds of Country Produce
MRS. N. BOVD
Halm uf ( Igs.
Auy ouo nibhiutfto ourcliiieu "Unliu ul
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to.' I'uuu HI., lluei'buii,', Or.
J New Store I
Staple and Fancy
Country Produce Bought and Sold
TAY LOU & WILSON CLOCK
aaand More Coming
Call and Examine our Mammoth stock.
The People's Store
I. ABRAHAM, Prop'r.
A complete Hue of '
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots & Shoes,
Furnishing Goods, tiats, Caps, Capes, Jackets,
and a tine line of Millinery Goods.
lvvciytliing New, purchased for Cash direct from Kasteru
manufacturers, especially for the Kail Trade.
Call and exaiiuiuc Goods and Prices.
Pure Fresh Drugs
A. C MARSTERS & CO.
And With Dispatch.
A Full Line of Patent Tledicines and
in Prices of
$75 lied Room
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A Kiuc Line of Chairs, formerly $1.50, now $1.00.
Now is the time to get Dig Values.
Call, examine ami he convinced.
Alexander & Strong.
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FILES HER PROTEST
Spain Accepts the Consequences
A RiLMORANDtM Of 03JLCTI0S
Treaty ProvlJea That America Pay
All Expenses of Repatriation
Spain to Retain All Arms.
Mauhii), Lta.. II. l'Le K"vefumrot
eotirely approves the ineaioianJuui of
proteit against tbo actioo of tLo foiled
Plates commieeioners, Gle1 ly Kcnor
Moulero Kios, at I'aris.
TLa niemorandum pru'.eits aaiost
the refti"! of Ibe Americaos to eurrend
er lli acuritia dn "il'oJ in tlii trea-
rirs of Cuba an 1 1'urto Itiuo by privalo
Spnniarda, reuiarkio that "never hui a
civilized nation cotimiiued kucu an act
Hcc'.'iidly, it oro'eala aaiimt iha ii'ti-
oaatuui demanding Itie I'bilippiut h.
Tbirdly, it rroUelB i(int Hie x,n-
tiou in wliic'.i those Kpnniarda ars placed
who deeire o reinaiu in Cuha.
Fourthly, it protects aitainat tlio lefer-
ence tu tbo il'-elruilioii ol the iUiuo io
IVesiileut MtKinloy'e uiesaatfu tj cvu-
greee. "n thin p'tha Hie meiiioraudum
"paio has prupujc I ai l;itrtiou. but
the Toiled Hlslea lmi refuxed to yive
her the right which i gmole I I a iu
inal ; namely, the riglit of drfrti'ling her
Bell. The Spauieh roiutuiKHo'ifrs Icuve
the caio of fixing the recHjiif il.iliiy for
theeiploeion tp thecal ire wctld. Mhich
will nay whether thoco are irspousihle
who desire the truth, or the refusing
The Dowepapers font'i ally rx press re
lief at the aigning of the treaty. The
independent organ, uiort v( the provinc
ial papers and the Carlint and republi
can jjumala attack both o!itical
parlie", condor vativo and liberal, re
proaching them (ipully wi'h hiving
brought the cotniiiy'.to the pie$ut
Kl I uiparcial aluiid pubiihi s ibe cou-
teals of the treaty, which produces a
leal unfavorable iwprebsion than bad
been exposed, M i;;g lo tto-tuu.Mifrr.ii4
and other concessions to ipaio.
El Liberal taya : The I'aris negotia
tions offer a far sadder spectacle than
the ships which are tiriogiog hack our
repatriated soldiers, deplorable as the
condition of the latter is."
The cabinet, it is said, will meet the
cor tea intact. .Seuor Sagaata will ak
an indemnity hill for the cewion of the
Philippines. The cabinet will then de
clare, as it tiuds ittelf at a crisis, that it
cannot admit auy debate, and will,
therefore, dein.iud the immediate adop
tion of the bill, after which .Senor t-'a-gasta
will submit the ipieatiou of lonti
denco to the ipieen recent.
Kl lleraldo eaya the goveriuieut be
lieves that in the present circumstances
the holders of the 1'hilippiue debt will
accept the arrangement arrived at, and
considers the Cuban bondholders should
demand of the futuro uovernmeiit of
Cuba a fullillmeut of the contract by
claiming a tuoi tgagu on the customs,
which guarantee the debt.
(leneral Qarcia Dead.
Wamnutox, Ii.'C. 12. General Calix-
to Ciarcia, the distinguished Cuban war
rior and leader, and the head of the
commission elected by the Cubau as
sembly to visit this country, died here
yesterday morning bhoitly after 10
o'clock, at the Hotel Kalcigh, where the
commission has its headquarters.
4 il ia
Tiiomasvillk, (la., Dec. 12. In the
uiidatof laughter uud Cowers ttho w ife
aud two daugtiterj of Geueral Ciarcia,
Misaeit Mercedoa and Marcia, received
the tidings of their father's dealh. The
bio"- was terrible in its suddouuesj uud
baa prostrated the entire family.
Tho noou -train brought the (Jarciaa
from Way Cross uuder the escort of
Mayor Stem, aud they wero installed iu
the handsomest suite in tho Maeury ho
tel. A telegram .Sunday morning came
from Captaiu Julio Ciarcia, iu Washing
ton, informing his mother that tho con
dition of the general wua much im
proved, aud the family went to the diu
ing-room with light hearts. Their table
was gaily decorated with flowers iu
houorofthe occasion, aud all three la
dies were paid courtesies usually ac
corded to people of.dittini lion.
In the midst uf this happy BCdiie came
the shocking uewa from Washiugtou.
The plauB ol Mis. Garcia have not been
yet ascertained, bho may go to Wash
ingtou or proceed to Tampa to.await the
arrival of tho body of the general should
it be decided to bury it in Cubu.
W.tiiu.Nuio, Dec. 12. Tho Dolphiu
will to dosiguatcd by the uavy as tho
venue! to carry tho romaiuu of Garcia to
Cuba. Mie is now lying at tho Waeh
itigteu navy yard.
Was u i.n cues Dec. 12. The funeral ol
Garcia will be held tomoirow uiurniug at
H. Patrick's iliurch, this city. The
body will be placed iu a tuolalllo caiket
mid ileijalted in a vault al Arlington,
lotiIiiig rmioval loCuba.
SUOAROOOD FOR ATHLETES.
Sciential Hava Lately Chanted
Their Opinions About It.
For years it has been fOfponed that
vi'i.i rt mm ii.j.jiivua iviu. va.vu.,
that it hauiied the teeth aod ruined the
! digestion hen eaten in large fuanlitie.
Now scientists go to the other extreme
end land it as a food. It is not sugar,
wears told, bat fruit :id mingled with
it, that hurts the teeth. Negroes in sag'
ar districts who chew sweet cane con'
siautly, have magnificent teeth.
Bugar, as a great feeder of mnscolar
power, is recommended by German ao-
thorities for the use of athletes in train'
ing and by soldiers an emergency food
A Dutch army eargeon asserts that
during an etpedition in Sumatra he
found that the best means to maintain
the soldiers In rigor during ihs march
an 1 fight was a generoot allowance of
sugar. Each man was berved with a
handful at a lime.
Swiss cbsmois hunters bear similar
evidence to its powers of sustenance and
of recuperation after fatigue.
A German writer gives an account of
succeseful experiments made with sugsr
as fojd for athletes by Dutch rowing
clubs, by pedestrians, by cycliits and
others whose bodily powers need "a rap
id, poitabls and innocent stimulant."
Sugar is coming more and more into use
io lloliaud in tho course of "traiuing"
The poor hardly renlue as yet, or only
realize unconciously, what a treasure
they potees iu cheap sugar. Ill value in
fever has been vmphasi.ed by fluiieiucd
Dr. lot berg ill, Ibe eminent Kuglish
hospital surgeon, said years ago that
pure molatees tatty, comoeed as it is of
molasses and butter, was an ideal food
for chilJieu with a consumption ten
dency. Its only disadvantage and this disad-
vaLtage is one which will powerfully re
pel the stout woman is that it leads to
the rapid accumulation of fleib. Grant
ed that her physical condition is good, a
6leoder woman can gain 10 pounds in a
few montha by eating large quantities of
pure BUgar. It should be carefully
avoided, however, by the woman who;e
bugbear is the awful fear of growing tco
stout. N. V. Journal.
Truth About Nicotine.
"1 don't like to npset a cberisbed tra
dition," said an old doctor, who is him
self a devotee of the weed, "but the
talk one hears of nicotine saturating
the systems of smokers is mostly rot.
Nicotine is a deadly poison, and one
drop of it will make a good-sized mas
tiff turn up his toes, if injected subcu
taneously, and it would take precious
little of it to kill a man. The troth is
that very little is absorbed, even by the
most confirmed smokers. Not and then
you raid of men who die from excessive
tobacco using and are found on autopsy
to be literally reeking with uicotiue.
All rubbish. Nothing of the kind ever
happened. Again, it's a favorite ex
periment to blow smoke through a hand
kerchief, and the stain that ia produced
is popularly supposed to be made by
nicotine. It is really oil of tobacso,
which ia a horse of quite a different color.
No, the chief harm which ia dons by
smokiug is the stimulus it gives to the
heart. This is particularly true of
cigarette smoking, where 'inhaliog' is
nearly always practiced. Each time the
smoke ia inhaled it acts as a slight spur
to the heart, acd, needless to s y, there is
sure to be a reaction. If the smoker is in
good general health be will probably
uever feel it, but if he isn't there will
be peiioda of depression and, not know
ing the cauae, he is apt to try to brace
up on a driuk, which makea matters
jii6l that much worse. If he has organic
heart trouble a valvular weakuees, I
mean it's quite possible that he will
tumble over some day aud put his angel
plumage ou. Thoso are the cold facts
about smoking. None other are gen
Changed His Theory.
Tho American Indian, since he has
had civilisation rubbed against him, has
iutisted that the white man, while hav
ing some redeemiug features, has al
ways becu "tiro-foolish" that is, that
when he made a tiro to keep warm by,
e&pecinlly when camping out, he made
such a big lire that he could not 'get
new i it, aud left little fuel for future
generations. While the Iudian showed
bolter sense by making a small tire
"die keep Iudiuu warm, Indian keep
lu his vibrations among the tribes of
tho upper countiy, I' rank Forbush im
bibed all this useful iuformatiou, and
since ho has settled dowu to the stern
loalities of life iu PorlUnd aud accumu
lated ouu wife and two offsprings, he
has, sad to say, also imbibed (lie habit
of coming homo late at uight, after the
rest of tho family are asleep.
lie haa been tiudiog fault with his
good wife for leaving too hut a tiiuiu
the sitting room stove U wuiiu his feet
by, and eteiually naggiug at her about
the good sense of a small tire ou tbe lu
Whoti (ho patient woiusu had put her
Blf aud the other thildien to bed the
other eight, she had removed the fire
Irom the sitting-room store and set in
side a lighted candle, whose flicker il
luminated tho isinglass front. The
small-Ore theorist came home and com
me need absorbing Cre into his cold feet
but had already absorbed too much fire
water, and wss so muddled that he
could not figure out whether he was the
Indian who was keeping tho Stove warm
or tbe store was tbe Indian who was
trying to keep him warm, and "thought
some of them was making a cold Job of
it, although he could see the blaze In
the store through 4he isioglass, and was
sore there wss fire there, tie bad sense
nongli to think of opening the draft,
but would Dot do so, as that would be
going back on his pet theory of a small
fire. Ho he tutored the circulation in
bis feet br robbing the soles with sand
The upeetliug of bis theory and tie
refusal ol Lis feet to get Info a glow made
bim conclude that he bad been carrying
the late hour and absorbing business too
far, aod now he stays at home nights
and absorbs wisdom io tbe bosom of bis
Quieting Her Doubts.
A lady, selecting a bat at a milliner's
asked cautiously :. "Is there anything
about these feathers that might bring
me ioto trouble with tbe Audubon So
"Oh, no, madame," raid the milliner
who was from London ; "(box; feathers,
madame, are the feathers of a howl,
aod the howl, you know, madam, is
more of a cat than a bird." lioeton
Kerosene in Fruit Growing
There are very many uses to which
the orchardist may put kerosene. . We
know from experience that it is sure
death to squash Lugs, and alio that it is
sure death to tbe vines if it comes in
contact with them. Cut it is claimed
that the oil will not injure tbe bark of
trees, even if applied in its pu.e form.
A formula for a plant in which coal oil is
an important ingredient has come to our
notice. It is intended for ose in pro
tecting tbe tree tiunks from rabbits land
mice, but it i also said to be a prevent
ive of borers. We have not tried it. Lut
should judge it to be effective. Take 1
gallon of Unseed oil. 23 pounds of white
lead, 5 gallons of coal oil and 1 quart of
crude carbolic acid. Mix and paint the
tree! thoroughly. Probably about) tbe
only part which the lead plays ia jabis
ffllxtQreis to render the -bark - while,
and any injury is much more easily j de
tected. However, we wonld think that
lime would perhaps do as well as lead,
nnless it might wash off nioro easily.
Of coarse, kerosene will kill all the eggs
and larvae that may hare found lodg
ment anywhere near the surface ol i the
bark, and if the mixture ia well applied
the moths which depo3it tbe ega 'will
not be likely tifimp&r it. The earth
may be drawn away from the base and
a solution of kerosene and carbolic acid
poured around tbe upper roots, anJ we
doubt if borers will give any trouble.
North American Horticulturist.
Culture in New York.
A man has started a "horseshoeing
parlor" in Eighth avenue, New York.
This ia another sign that the Eastern
metropolis is not going to get left in tbe
matter of culture.
Some people think that refinement
doeeu'l cou'ut, hut it does. Every one
remembers the Chicago social leader
who said to Matthew Arnold: "We're
a sight more refined here thau you
Europeans think for." .
In the Windy City they hare what
they call "pig-killing boudoirs," where
potk is obtained from the raw material
aud put into condition to pack. In Kan
sas City yoj buy fertilisers at au "em
porium," and confectionery ii obtained
at a "pie bureau."
New York,' with its horjesh joiug par -lor
seeuiB to have tho bulge upon any
symptom of retiuemeut that the West
cau produce at any rate at this moment.
It is the West's turn to move. Tho East
is feeling well, thauk you, so far a it
culture ia concerned.
Refinement. .n... New York dees not
need any tonic at tbls writing. New
Woman's Sphere iq India.
The prcaeut pjuitiou of women cauuut
be better thown than by (he following
extract from a govcrumeut ) ri-fook
for tbe'girltf, schools iu the Bombay
presidency: "If tho busbaud of a vir
tuous woman be ugly, of good or had
disposition, diseased, tlendish, irascible,
a drunkard, old, stupid, blind, deaf, hot
tempered, poor, extremely covetous, a
slauderer, cowardly, perfidious aud im
moral, nevertheless she ought to wor
ship him as a nod, with mind, speech
and porsou. ' The wife who gives au
angry answer to lier liuobuud will be
come a female jackal aud live in au uu-
habitated deeert. The woman who eats
sweetmeats without sharing thum with
her husband wilt tecouie a Liu owl
Iviug iu a hollow tree. The woman who
walks iilouo without her husband will
become a hUh-cuting villago sow. Tho
wouiatj who speaks ilisrepeclfully to her
husbaud will be dumb in the next incar-
unlion. Tbo woiuuu who hates her hud
baud's relatives will become, from
bh lb to birth a tuiiikrat, living iu tilth.'
A Boston Qlrl's Confusion.
A Boston girl, whortceutly witnessed
an Iudian sham batt'o in tbe West,
thought she would try to talk to youag
Indian brave silling next to her, "Heap
much fight," site said.
Losuiilfl a stoical tinilo, drew bis
blanket closer ahout his stalwart fores,
and replied :
"Yes; this ia indeed a great exposi
tion, and we flatter ourselres that oer
portion of the entertainment is by no
means tbe leait attraction here. May I
aik who it is that I hare the honor of
The dear girl from Boston was than
derstruck. She blushed a rosy red evea
Boston girls can blush when they thaw
oat and hastily fled.
Hhe bad been addressing one of the
Carlisle Indian school graduates.
Odds and Ends.
.Some girls teem to think, aaya tbe
woman hater, that when tbey walk
along the street in an old gown all the
men ought to wear blinkers like horses.
Miss Beatrix Hoyt, who baa now for
three consecutive years won the woman's
golf championship of America, is a
granddaughter of Chief Justice Salmon
It is asserted frequently that oratory ia
ou the decline, becoming a lost art, aa it
were. If there is foundation for this, it
will not be found in Chicago. In the
bill ol expeuso for the peace jubilee) one
item reads: "Speakers, 13,000". Eri
dently speakers are not declining, aod
talk pays in Chicago.
Eighteen hundred years ago, or there
abouts, the Roman emperor, Trajan,
built a bridge across the Daaube, tbe
pitrj of which are found by tbe Rou
manian engineers solid enough to sustain
a bew structure, which will unite the
towns of Ttrbu Sererin, iu ltoumania,
and Gladoua, io Keryia.
James Whitcotnu Kiley thinks the lot
of a oet a hard one. Iu a recent inter
view he suid: "It you're called as a wit
ness iu a lawsuit some little attorney
squares himself uff aod says with a with
ering score, 'Let ins see, you're a poet,
are you not? H'tu, yes. Gentleman of
the jary, ttie witness is a poet' and
your testimony is killed dead as a door
oaii." . ..,
Here's chance for tbo circus 'man:
John Fergnsoj, who works a farm near
Calhoun, Ga-, ii 30 years ..old, just orer
tight fed tall and weighs 310 pounds.
Up to tbe age of 20 he was an invalid,
bit after that time he iucreased in brawn
and muEcIe with miraculous rapidity
until, at the age cf 30, he was, aa be ia
now, a veritable giant. He ia 48 inches
around the chest aud 44 around tha
Wnile Frederics U.-iuingtou a as in th
West he observed a well-execnted por
trait in a dark room on tbe wall ot a
cabin, aud usked whose picture it was.
Thai's my husband," said tbe woman ot
tbe bouso carelessly. ' liut it is bung
with fatal t fleet," urg.jd the artist, wbo
remembered the fate of his first picture
iu the academy. "So was my husband,"
snapped the woman and Remington re
Victorien Kardou's plav, "Uncle Sam,"
which occasioned great alarm to tbe gov
ernment censor in Paris at tbe time M.
Thiers was presiJent, bus just been
played again io BruseeU. The Paris pa
pers say that, though Americans are
mercilessly lampooned in the piece, it la
now harmless, aud not likely to wound
the self-esteem of the Americans, bo
cause that trait haa beeu "so Continued"
by the recent victories over Spain.
When an innocent -nan in condemned tut
any crime ne tloesn t lone hope. Hia I
yers appeal tiom one
court to another.
They are bound to
save him, if he can
be saved. It is th
aaine way with a
Itood doctor when
his patient neem
condemned to death
But doctors mak
times; they loc
heart too soon.
After they have
tbey know and
tbe patient is
no better, they
think there ia
nothing more to
he done. They
get at the root
ct the disease.
give a patient
up to die of con
arc afterwaids surprised to see him get
strong and well again. '
Mrs. W. B. Duncan, of Arliuston, Fhclpi Co.,
Mo., writes; My hiitliand took four bolllei of
Dr. Pietcc'a Golden Mcilirat Ilcovry when b
was (as he thought almost luto consumption, and
we were very thankful I hut such a medicine could
be lomnl. I w ish all persons troubled with cough
would lake II. I.onj; msy the C.oliten Mtdldal
Discovery' and ' Kavorile 1'iexripiioa ' n
made. I shall always recommend and pralaa
AU lung and bronchial diseasea are cured
by Dr. Pierce's l.olilcn Medical Discovery,
because it supplies the system with healthy
blood. It puts the vital forces Into actios
aud rills the circulation with the life giving;
red corpui'lm which build tip solid, mus
cular flesh and healthy nerve-force.
Asa medical author, lr. Pierce hold aa
eminent place in his profession. Hi fjt '
thousand page illustiafd hook, "Tb Peo
ple' Common Sense Medical Adviser" ia
one of the standard medical work of the
Koglish language. Neaily 700,000 eoples
wete sold ul fi.50 ech. A pr'-rious4
copv w ill be sent ahsolu ttly frtt for tb cot
of eiaiting only, ' one-renl stamp! or,
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pensary Medicai Atiociatioa, Buffalo, N.Y.