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TO THE PUBLIC
VLf 1'. tag to announce to the public thai we- have
" opened in the Max Beer bailditif kn urn a- the
Blue Front, a ooinp.ete line ' M i- and Boyf'
Clothing, G-nts' Famishing Ooodi H I Trnnki
and Valises. We invite yon to call And Insped our
goods (all new) and examine oar prioe
lnr handsome r! it'll i
lirisoiier. niul t'riapi P
BAER & DALEY,
.... ONE PRICE ....
Clothiers, Furnishers end Hatters.
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST U I
DAILY. WKKKI.V AD BDfl-WKSELT
"' Orsgotalaai Publishing Company,
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far in h pa, aaaal aa
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ID laaaruoa. par ..!. , os. sac ubtai: lasss
. Mb oat. pa, Uaa. aaca laHiiiaa
in tin' country in ngage. in the c in
tluc "I railroad enterprises. K this
wern nut triii'. then tin- railroad MU
ager yroiiiil he content ti Ml a road bed
rough ani! exiiive (or t i hauling of
If it )h? good tmlicv tn upon.! iurge
MM OTj railroad, then it in good pol
icy tn ext-eml large sum for the im
provement of country roadi. What
govern, the one govern the other.
Walla Wa'la county trill secure large
retnrna from the investment hy her
citi leim of a little time ami trouble
in placing straw on the country road.
I'matilla county ' mad are exact!'
like thoae of Wallu Walla coonty, ami
there are more people here ami more
trial than Walla Walla coontv ever
tlareil la I'laim. Tiie moral i obvious.
MO NO B (RISPI. MATKSMAN KUMAS-
ASSESSING MINING PROPERTY.
A correspondent writing from Maker
City bit a MB large and important
nail upon the head, and driven it
home, when he hoar that mining
property of that county is nut pa- lag
He just share of the burden of taxa
tion. His showing will read with in
lereet for all perinoa of that rininty
who are now compelled to aaaume tin
support of coonty government , tin
while men owning prodm-ive mine
are allowed to gn free.
It appear that the assessed valua
tion of Baker county if It.SMylM
I matriia county' aeaeaatd v. ,.-
ia about 10,000,000. baker county '
tuxatiou i at the rate of bIIIi
t" TJ for I'matilla.
it la probahh true that Baker aOMM.
fej haa ieaa minea pa vim.' a prnht than
ih i iiuimonh claimed hv tin
over there. Thia ia incident to a tor',
of hooni that haa bean in progre- for
aevwral year, during vthii i. extrava
gain aaeertioiiM are made far Itevonil
actual lacta. Yat. it ii true at the
unit' lime tiiat many mine are pay
ing large return- each year that BaM
not represented uptui the aaaeaamen'
No man who desire equity of gov
ernmental admimatration will deny the
injustice of tuch a propoaition in tax
ation. The merchant, home owner
farmer. Iiveatinck mail and laborer i
under tuch a regime -ompelled t carry
the hurden ot taxatiou, that the mine
owner may enjoy the lianedta of statue
xovernmenl, prol,rtiou for his nfOfaM
tiaa, immunity from liighwaymen, and
detectioi and punishment for any "in
wlio attempt!- t. break tin law - Mini
ntaal from thoae aame oh nera of mine
The other day the Bed Boy montn.
cleanup was the object for a gam: of
robbers. It contaa out that there Biaf
;M',i in that cleanui lot 1 u i
ia i it! ,iw an average for the yeur.
or f:iao,0()0 annually. It is safe
to hi. mate that of this amount
tajO.UUU is profit, or that the return a
live par cent intere-t on a repreen' i
tive valuation of f4,U0u,UO0. it MOMhI
contribute to the clarity of the tiisen.
aion were the correapondant to .i.cer
taiu just how much the Bed Roy pni -ertv
ia put dowu on the .laaeenmei.t
Frainescn Criapi had a life abtatl
read, like a story. Besides his life,
htcli gave I, in: the name ot "Italy'.
BSMd ';, Man." there ha. iteen a
mance ami a tinge of sentiment and
pathos a humaneness which endeared
him to human people.
tie wa. three :itnen married. First
to lion ma. a beautiful girl ! yearn
old; next Hoaalie, pretty laundress in
the prison where he was exiled ami
lastly the liuuiia l.ina, for whom he
divorced the laumlre..
ligMOtl Onsiu, the k'raml lady,
mother of the daughter wiiom Crispi
loved a. in life, the lionna l.ina.
in love with
I her illuatriniia
turneil lier lov
I'reaently, the miics haying found
no just cause ayani-a tin- pri.om r, he
j Was released, hut was expel led ami
went tn Malta without anv means oi
I subsistence, accompanied hy the Itttl
; laundress. Black miserv awaited the
lovers at Malta, firead and herbs were
i their onlv food tor manv days, until
' Bosalie. wiin was always loving, devnt
1 ed. anil full of courage, found roKM
I work to do, ami Crispi. together with
I "ther "xilea, tOMIlrtad a small paper.
I.a Htaffeta. and once more hurleuih-
Hamatorv article at bis opponent..
till the governoi of Malta found it ad-
vi.ahle tn exile him again
Kefore leaving Malta, Crispi want'il
tn niarrv her. to make her his iealti-
tin communicating this desire to hi
friend and fellow exile, tiiorgi i lam-
ajo, the latter, very .almlv and qafat I
ly, tried to eoMVlajaa him that a iiiiiou
like that intended by C'rispi was al- !
most invariably tollowt-d hy regrets
and pain, the different education and
sentiment of the lovers forming an in
urmnuiitatiie nrrier to a happy mar- !
ried lile. Cnui, however, wmiiil not
hear ot it . ami maiie rloul le hi law
Crispi tied to London; Bosalie fol
lowed shortly, and under Matzini'
guidance, who was al in London at
the time, the work of up'ettillg Napol
eon (II, and iii government in which
all the F)nroeah revolnt (i marie were
eiigageil at the time, wa- carrn-d on
with utmost xeal.
The poetofhee wa not sate, and the
pol ice were vigilant . coneiiiently Bo
alie took the part of emissary,
charged with the transmi.sinn of im
portant new or the order tor the var
um group, of "Young Italv," and ot
the communication, w I. ich the refugee
in London and Pari had to exchange.
Presently he went to Pari a corre
spondent o: Ii Corriere Fran Italien.
his polltlaMl a'-tivity never ceasing for
a single day.
Then followed years of tumult and
of excitement , one new development
of political life wan rapidly succeeded
hy another ; Crispi wa in longer an
outcast, hut -at a. deputy for Paler
mo, in the TiKin parliament; he ne
came vice preulent of the chamber.
and everywhere in Italv the name n
the elntiient lawyer, poltticlaB and
"talesman iiad neenme a household
In order tn rest from hi ardent par
liamentary battles, and from hi- in-n-aiit
work at the bar, Crisp: should
have had a calm, regular, aoiootb
I home life; hut, unfortunately, fie was
i not happy at home. Tamajo's prophe
, le had come onlv too trim.
Bosalie Montmasson. a Mine. Crispi,
had naturally followed her husband
from uiace to place.
Itressed in the "loudest'' of colors.
laden with jewelry, and always mir
n. muled by a whole menagerie ol nel
animals, she had become almost de
mented, and one day when Cflapi MM
home and found her hopelessly drunk
he could hear the coke no longer, and
a. i w 1
l ar aaaa.
Karl ClrcTtlatioTi is the cause of most of the itM th it CtMBt with oM aft.
advancing; year there is a decline of strength and VtgOC toe machinaTy 01 tnc
botlv moves with lt-w spewl and acctirncv laoavM tin Weak MM irrrcular
action of the heart the blood move. nmreVlov ' . bt B - b 1 BBd weal much
of its life-sustaining; properties, and nancies, tis'-ucs nr. t literally j' 'or
lack of nourishment. A sluggish nnd polluted Catcalatioa is followed by a long
train of 1h!;'v nilmcnts. Coid feet, chilly sensations up and down the spine poor
appetite and digestion, soreness of the muscles, rlMUiaiitic aiaa, hai . all I MtHanta
skin, face sores, chronic running ulcers on the lower litnba and other jvrts of the
bodv the.c nnd manv other iliseases peculiar to old in-onlc arc due t" a lack .
health v blood and imperfect circulation. Restoration to bi ilth mnM cottia thnutgh
the building up ami purification of the blood, thus adding strength and tone ti
the vital ri'-nns and quick, hcalthv action to the circm
S. S. S. being; stnrtlr a vegetable bloo I rr-uic Ijr and the beat tOBIC, makes it
the most valuable and efneacious of all melicine for ol-'. peonh . It is tree from all
mineral intrrpdients. nnd mild and nleasant in its nctmn. It cures ;.hi,1 diseases
of cverv character, even those inhented or contracted in r.irlv Ufa,
I'vKK vvi' VABMINUTOtl ilaUUtM
A. P. Arm.treni U - B.. Irln.lsi
.., tK-t:. progrtaae-e schoel cor.plcuous
; for IhWIiaak worV. wlili hnnilrn!. nl KniliiMlr
I h, BaaMeai i- huukawsatrs aad Meawgranheri
' Alrrml ptood of h lugh .tiinrllng whrrr-vn
known. It atrtdity grows lartter and laitter.
Oirn t! Hit ynir Stnilrnt mtmlltrtl nrty time
I'rlvnti or dsal infraction I.mrn what nml
kaa tench, and whal it cost. Cslattanii- fry.
Itttaril n( Olmlnra
I, ! rHoatfaow pRRaUDmrT
b. aoua cobkm - - omb m Krmn
.t ii in
S f I .. . ft.
MMjaaaa Bast '".t
As t!ie svstem
The Peodieton Academy
-as- l .
gets tinder the influence of 8. 8. 8. there is n marked impr
he.itth, and as richer and purer blood begins to circulate
appetite improves, and there is a softness and elasticity a
have not noticed for years ; sores licgin to hc.il. peini in n
Uallv cease, nnd JTOM find that it is possible to lie bappv ami
Our IMlnlral department is in charge of physicians who Blake a sun
and akin lUsoaarl If you w-ould like to have tluir "
case, write them all about it and you shall receive such Information an
von v.;tr. Ihii will cost vou inching. Others nave louna our ttu
fon t be vour ow-ti doctor when vou can eel medical advice free
Blood and Skin iHseases mailed to all who desire it. I
THE !- IFI SPECIFIC COMPAM, ATLANTA, OA
;h Uu- body the
le skir. that you
and joints prad-
an In obi age
a study of blood
1 advice in TOUT
eat benefit to them their cure beini: nm h more rupi'l as the result of
ia! ilire' tiott- i c-- e- ?-oni our physicians.
wa never recognized a- Cri.pi' legal , went in deenair to seek refuge with !---wife
by ijuean Margaret nf Italy, old mend. Tainajo, win- once more
This ditnosition of the quean was long proved a frienJ in need,
an impediment m Crinpi's political! The marriage ceremony . he explain
w.t ami iii : not ccae ti hiuder him. ed to tin husband' "inteii.e aston-
PREP ARBS KK -
Tba cBsaalcal imunc pfaMPea for en
trance to Praahmiui cla in ii'-li MnV
kanaaa XU I'm ton and -siuiford.
Tin Institution hit- been phi I QpOM
the Attoradltad Llal by the State Hoard
of Bduoatl hi s,. that irfu laatea are a l-
initted to sinte certith-ntes.
A husiness BOtltaa eiill to the lewt
bUaltMMB college i nflered
Kali term lH-giu BapteUllaM 'Mb.
REV, K. L FORBES, M. Ph.,
Pendleton. ' rppj) n I'riiiripnl.
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M4a.nL mail. MinasaMi ia'
"ccan and Kner Stheduk.
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All sailing uiwt4tw
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Best stock on
Telephone eontieetioi at ranch. A.i
dreii Pilot Rook or Pendleton,
itaii lHrd In the tate. Two
it'll, e an I the Art.,
ig and Music. New
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th ( iitvurslty credit :
hen lor luw and
irtiuent ol SUttOattOB
t low Thna students
large vtmlvri. un.vur- i
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t to President or ilt-gl.trar
- cataioguea, Kugt'te . i iregnn
WALLA WALLA'S, ROAD MAKING Htl.
Over there in tiie county of W::.i
Walla IhafJ are just now givng an ol
ject leoaon to people of the Inland Km
pi re They have issued a call for tne
gathering ou a eeruui tiay of all pan.
sous who are will mg to assist in straw -ing
the public roads, and no doubt
tlu-re will be a liberal response. Ar a
rasuli, mauy miles of Walla Wa la
county's roodr. will be inijirove.!. t tnc
betterment of all interests.
This straw iug of the roads is one
manner of making good roods in a
country in which the soil is pwculiar,
and also where tbure are couiparat v.
ly few rasi'laota. The sparsity of pop
ulation throughout the Inland r.uipire
is a reason why expansive methods of
making roads cannot be adopted.
Then too, the soil is of a kiud that
rem lor it difficult to make roads ac
cording to the plans pursued in other
regions. All of this ftrguee in favor oi
the Straw lug bee to be held h u,e
Walla Walla county MMiple.
It ia almost incomprehensible that
our oitisens are so far liehiml modem
idaas as to the value, oi good roads
Running through these couiuies is a
railroad system that lias just couipleinl
the exjtendlture of 1 ,000, US' lor "Get
lermont ol system, ' which is tin rail
road man's term for making good roads.
ibm 4,0110,000 was epeut in making
ii easier of transport goods and pas-j
auugtjxs over the lines. The beat bruin
He might earlier have been premier
had not this unwillingness of the
ijueen to countenance tiie union pre
' vented. There are no divorce law in
I Italy, so that his separation from hi
child wile's successor must lie illegal.
Crispi followed in the footstep of
! some dtstingtti" " n. !'- am: n-
cured an annulment of la- marriage In
.me princess that seemed to have a
foundation in Italy's civil laws. The
' many aaid when this was done that
Crisp ' political sun had set and that
I he could never hoie to Iteeome a ui ill -;
ister of the crown
. The romance ofCrispi's life hegan
I when be wa Irt, and tn Ins second year
at the university at Palermo. There
' he met a beautiful girl of In. named
Bosnia ami they (ell in love, lie
cause of their youth Francesco' father
oallis: him home. The voting lover
iiiued awav in spite of parental at
tempts to solace liim and their provid
ing lor him change of scene and air.
Then came new that cholera was de
vastating Palermo. Crispi clandes
tinely borrowed a neighboring far-ner'
horse ami set out for Palermo and Ro
s'lia III inamorata was the daughter
of a widow and had three sillers and a
Bosnia was in neei of France,
when he arrived iier mother was al
ready dead, as were her eldest and
vounger sister, iier brotiier was dy
ing ! m sold the horae tn tin
postmaster of Palermo and Willi the
money the. untamed cared lor Bosnia
and her one remaining stater
In the meantime tiie mvsters oi
ynuug Crispi' disappearance had ne
at ueen cleared up and his familv had
l motirne.l him a- dead one dav the
farmer's horse came aloiig
a stranger aud following th
furnished the I rmpi family located
I-ranees, i. who wa living in marital
blia with his cblnl wife, iter sister
- mipieting the household. Parent:
ntrgivc nest lorthconiiug ami the
three went to Ritatra. The pretty Bo
snia lived hut two vear.
After his participation in the nn
S'ltveesiul revolutionary movenieiit id
Hieiiy, Crisp: was imprisoned in the
i Palais Madame it was in the prison
ceil of tins olil palace thai the roman
tic alia i r hegan which ha cast (UCh
BBM ial"W over hi tile.
i im mi. ruing Crupi saw pretty Ro
salii Moiitmasaoii . she was in the ser
I oi the prison lauudresa, and offer
ed ti- lose the ciothe of "messieurs
les iritiuillr Jaii Itlvjues, " who were
not furiuslisti with clothes by the
prison authorities. Rosalie took the
nriaOMBC'l light bundle Oi clothe
brought Ihetii back, and -.t in- aist. 0
have - Hint when there was notliing tn
lake or ! tiring l ack
Crisp, was scarcely M year mil.
He hnrjked meiauchiily, almost sail,
and iiad, iu the gir. ' eyes, the aureolc
of the martyr and. of tiie eminent man
around hi head Aud ttaSli tin fero
ciou aaxsapirator. tins intrepid soldier,
could transform inmself at will mro a
fervent lover. Rosalie wa tieiore loug
ishmeiit," had been a fraud, and the
honils could easily lie loosened. Bo
salie, oersuadeil hy I ami) nsenteii
to a aeparatmn. and Crispi became
once more free "to leave the hell iu
which he had neon living."
Rosalie lived at Rome, retired ami
aim. ometime she was seen, deco
rated with her diamnd cross and fo
lowed b one or several dog. Her
conduct wa irreproachable.
It wa at a great court reception that
Crispi met the llgaam Cripi of his
old age. He wa- pa-sing through
grand salon when a Human' Volga
asked, loud enough so that he could
hear it. that Crispi be pointed out tn
the -i . .ii.- The statesman .aw that
the woman tn whom it belonged wa
young ami (air He did nm look
around, hut he felt the eve of the
strauger. who, a he heard, was a
young widow, Hxed upon him all tiie
."..-mug Next day Crispi made a
grea -peed .i parlia nt lie Strang
er wa there .again ; their eye met
and from thai moment he spoke for her
only. At Route thev met again ; Crispi
forgot in politic, his ambition and
bis country ami only thought of love.
H veil a woman who was worthy ol
ins love, ami hi love wa returned
They were married by a religion.
ceremony only, the civil marriage he
ing. (or the time, omitted hy Crispi,
in order to prevent public attention
ironi being attracted, ami to avoid )
cail. ng Roaalie Montmaison an out
burst of jealousy. A year afterward '
tiieir only child, Peppins, now a'
handsome wouiau, who I about lu tie,
engaged to the duke de Commona wa I
liorn, ami a few year later the elvil
marriage took place at N'eple. which
driven by j made Mute. Crispi the law ml w ife of
clue thus i her husband
H each extra
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Inruugb tickola lo Japan and s;i4
Taoouta and Northyru Pcl Ma4
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Kor furlhyr iiifurswllun. tt aJJO
and tlcketa, call ui. or wriM w. As
dlaiun. nrogou. or A P &K
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T. Ci . HAI LEY LAWYER. OKKH'E
Judd Buhdloa Peii'tielou. Oregon
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Luteruaev aaaialanl caaaier
ATTORNEY AT i.AW
K. 1). BOYD
ATTORNEY AT LAW 111
L. B. RKEOKit. ATTORNBT AT LAW.
KKK I.AW OKKK'E IN j P1U
b'TILLMAN A PIER'
St law Mr Sltllaiau hai
practice in I uno.l Stales
luakc. .pas .all J el I'alwlll
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KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN
"0B SALE UK EXLH AhliE.
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pipiuf laaiVury ail' .u,.v '"wP'l'. tanas.
eVh,.r rtMwtt"",''"'ooiir '."o,
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tr. alal lu
rspaciall oautBar are
t uUiueUtU u ..i . - il. thai
. nWI-etliea. un.l ,l..h. .. . i
Ll TI. l i.a Boar, and to iliacovsr aae Ua
l.e ii. lalo lu .eiuarkaitlt t-iuollicnl. , ii-ai..
Ii.g. aud purilyioK pnsrUea dnnvml lim
tiie rat, was grcausxin tun aud
lying ami bnaatlly
ami Tiair, anil lu Ibi
lieu- fur ak-eraU'
Invr.pirauou. aad fi
win, 1. reaillb augg
In manv ul The
BDulathuya with I
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a.' aw.. I iuaa.aaatos .sa(vaa.sa,u has-
I. .lie nl waal
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lllga, dsn rtvt
i'TIt I HA. Will
Help or Situation
C P. Cwik's Einplojiueiit Agency
Uoruer Maiu aud Alia ritrwet.
Oregon Lumber .aid
Wo. iii (.L'riERis
Kor barns ami dwellings
Cheaper than tn.
li'.iiiuin.' Pa pur i
LiiUti ana Ccin.iil,
Krick and Saud,
Screen Ho n 4 Wiutiown,
7.tsh and D001
Terra Gotta Pipe.
Borie & Light, Prop's
Alta St., opp. Court Houmc.
' ui utiatrt
IEUUEI In, peln. PAKE
Has the following barganib
.'-' mam Whm l.aii.ii.-,iMi
Bot took and hairy Ranch
in QlKti Pi-mi,-. Cbmto,
Qmt Houae, I J,t, iqq
t: beeti Uagcu up by tt,a
ul l al ib expiratloo
B a blase Uaa, weight
" ' y'd. braUUud
Hal AN. QM Marshal.
Portland Asl in Ku
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Arrive TBe Paha
...... The LialltM
, Ualiaa lo roriiauu
1 balls lo Poriland suJ rv
Mc.ie. lbs very ess.
Sunday inps a Isadlea i
haa Hie graU-lasl .sell. ""J
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u..t ih..M y.iu X..1. rui-
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Ki.oiisri and dushw
YAMHILL AND ELEVENTH STS., PORTLAND. 0"
'K Hat oi town and
1 county property dmajj.
lndoraad by Intluontlal buslusss msn. who employ
s-acrinc .-sorthwsst Ttoroughly train young men and MBBBOa
C1VU. BEIKVIUB axamluailoo and lECUfUOB WTUATIONB
er to parsou
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