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Oregonian, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1850, Portland, Oregon I r I U i 1 n' se Mffi iv-irKf r r I K WE Si i Jl ft 1 _ 1 ft r i -X r-'' 1 1 5 ri II FI i k re 1.' J Hi i r M r qi -Si K r m T 'JTK 1 4s rSfV U i- ..r i w El J1 n Its r K f r- -i i i rt 4 f I f k L 1 t I r 'f a at- i 'i t J M I -W P. 1' F rf r -WW tMfEh1 f X T M 1 hi 'I -1 1 f i i v IV F 4 i -J V k j T 3-VX JJ.. I I her rapid I threw d rimfifli lipn. Th i w -w S of triumph aanwintod the iuc- 4iri pnpjth _1 ._. i _ _. JB d 3 gve S-fivas.an Indian LJ i J Ihe bt-M Ih Idol n wJ We P T v rent J rising 1 i th iwh HI hi 'Hbe of for hou A If9 J i M i J T-R1 MtH 1 4 ij 'I 'M l f i i i Kk- 1 W T. r i trjsc Ruiff tf- i j t -r r I P 'c J fE f p A I -i thanAja savab more cruel IhnB o nr jkiml or tirpe.. wilh a icopviibivf laiig 1 Ih- ill r waij H inrse wl erf M nrav V ul .in A and re mature a expression in Wouhting hi bill irt I lo'wnrjs tlie and kn Tie We.nl Anmber cf ho ibe nw beuvevri ing trappe itlHollMhe tiuu ffiid tfic ike Va corp'ranilmg aful ithin baling of the Kel er ienl Wvc. OOP in -i- tflt k 'aihi n effect I. the siride slowly aloiiff the j T behcM 5 p wlfrn as j jripeof Nic tha brief'ti F I W Jemaml -r.i -The BabaedpUpw for TH E ITJW. leajipg his wjfejTrbm art embrace in teriderucss. i eh the fallen T i the w in i F with tbort Is a v oompfcle annriment of new and enabling Uio to the am 4 the mur-11 listened with rid a Ib -Zebifpn ae a with looks of ft 'rttr oblumnsfeup- the s or ilh which they'listen lo every re. I a of Is were cjnbjjuoi ifi eiCommtinlon tosentl volumesofsmbke.cn or of j and at I leJ It rhi the J waist r- die it. upwars from lhetlip aathey Circle about without a L I J I J motion of any At ieng after a Jo wJmHhcr v conlintied to pin groprwi in hislhiin asijydu list. 'J'ake him henr I jt Jea' m1n delight ng a kick of no gemfp force cin like a Called ligrr upon howl from the b m e eldrr ite y iiriole iQMgh IAV lighted and all mcl on. For I notwi smtle on in lin noi soft1 ic turned E stole d dllank ft i '-inr aint with hiasmil-insr i l r Sinn rned and still the darl shakes. s cof lie form H ed the jjew door of as the eel s of t to stron 'he Freacbeil4-ab he i i he I i iis h Afld Vindteyp p _ _ 'J _ j _l_ _ii il ._i___tt.- _ J I jhii ng him from the oftvr i gave ho i t it I I 'HMe from his F JL J J bcs and he scone rolled he Wini era of far hide and I i if i A' L _ I _ _ _ _ i i i the trown tint of anc JjVlck Wolb-ey was i rough raiDeKJt Iff on refunii ig from of the threw it WoJilirig slrps ai be given'ye. g long narrow tttrips of imtanned wilh t a face. full. T in enlivened by 6red witti i voice Ifine and Dfjflos- iCirfling he i Wai he bound theM light to fTKingotHendal hisrad is liorde to and leisurely nd not a ittle at trapperl ajppraifed whli catclso thll the prioner Clrcula -Concert bil ncpthort and ft aid-on terms. nnglejcting to tptfei. occordihj net woqttrd pome sliort fro saj striding jtowarlls door reached the filum a gain si thing Ikitl ttFCcrUijn ihe cd Ky JifflcU bcxly his faithful deert injured or jn their ceo in thait as itiirlil Mina an I waUerrid child. ck homo tn a Valley.of me live river's I and his 43cctipaiion conabfrd in hijn- fhosoi nh as'he ydur and wilh ex- thajl rpr from Jiis claim no Jfithjnor IJLu C v- .ir tin iiid liiotHillig hrokefoji the nut I th The hi fhe I P lie not bt- spo- and now the terrors o the ning lo the in a cushioned pe citizen fbulon turned aud then-turned haKfii was so bis cloak was nsfcntireiappNrauce so would opt think of askinc liJm r L i i of a seat yet 1 something Ujat nan that fientla thrill of unknowrl fee to I he heart dl the matii The Straiiger asked not even beckon for the repose o But his toil-worn his dust-ovbred i k it 'Jivjd jeta o his lip like a melt transparent fend ftartec to his it pic turn IOOK of fatigue and si spoke lot hinLjiu silent apices pressjve thunder shout lion. 'J'he Sthtngbr strode wearily of lhe a cxtei lortloD iminued l.ihr IZebulbn B enr rnyis the as n its rolli'd hie gwy the csenW tolhe fhll of the Wound as thtj flill ml ai0 florid ore coiil -vac a to ami as M mr Si-a and V 1 I witfi sjetitoriab I id thhlMoorbf i nsonet no Jilsi the first nf arrivcif HIP lie Priest. Irar of tint k with hi and securin b ic itkfiditllo horlciuithe wl tym Iht sentenef efl. nted ias un- living cptalure. hoAenotef atcbod- tttp 'flee lee I nod once helrflo1 ..lit KuLwithl a saver lo in the- he would fratures F I h and start blood tarn oo in his an J' the puls thf ohazjlcc of UA1 liatc in along ierost and I J I L _ i A fi in. sort of lemhl icre was tne the vpunjr aud through' the Uie nihllnl wit ftg thpfw his fuhrlengll. Will paling i lorialJt' x i IV neck id him faptj i of n fit cf 10 his I roiled words en MaUof f r n ga I while th i ied to have 'c q round-paunched had driven a thousand orphans to euici his ten thousands the bbl- try subltirfuges of au J reused a in his lordly j wiretcb How weary look tifpftd a fair faiced Whose lay in Ron a Id son's or in the. secliiig fpr fa give hjn fonhe poor ifo' puffy whQi e j bistbl .ton in the secret records offa Cp E i I f.. i was wri e n nis h4nd-u with a to ihv inotJb above the land IIE WAS SORHOWS j t.ik- stare j.l be as reatly .ps hia shailaw- all iuiitritf IformS. to the us anj gonpr and si no change Pen- hia sod excfiange for while Arftong jrl of singular bccarne suddenly vpimoured. he looked her full and fctjltless his flashed hs demtnt how has.done few shed Uncw might h-----------. face wklh his I 1 H 1 tceWaslhiibfldy .nVslmpedhis evtafcd the. still hi Ivould imt sp I il his but no lies tho and ihe tft-a- roi rruptio the a bis hems i T poured the he gl Dngregaiioi exclaimed. he r cnce of ie Strdnger mbvtd ctf auuv s sttch BfCivhcirch without 1 Still the AJta affecting tbe Preacoe a calm visaged roan oi Uie liie of our Savipr must can' eyes oilrpie i on. j i iryvv tbri ktalituUoA of lU man Siili Stringer sfrode wearZW r h i U nAviAflv I I J r rl. L I t passed wi words toil-worn form1 u a b irst j -I and sen hnnti Mronl r n rcey iwith not in t in h miseilyjthe teae lipns upon vilh the Are i and the fthrough fibre of his jo wjn the- riee. afrtir one has 1 rpmr. JNo r1han rffanj her a.nd ore t a dg took dozens of ww round hir-arnii and and ringg of ejl bedizened her per Thert tlw Vbisfcey was offered uitously lo and Ni with tbe brightness and JfljcitjfdM Jn.a short for the 5 I ri i I I I I nable to loalrn jhc par w il ht cajaitrorihe. At thjej bright the spark Jwjk It was lolst t-ffiirt f e dtakb expunged lib mi 11 I l r the air and Nils hors T 'he' Animal i 4 its i tifetlQ wi chains tl I I f I Jf j of-.tis missflo Vithjo t Di thedoime ab ni l r II jet k Httli ch eet harge in was d. ammipanW a nt tHtfpliA knife to a u'iihng wiakj Aktjklnjtul '---ilt-LUj LL kll-.'JR knife to obtained. A chief abd on Hitf tiled tnMonij shadow of alma yi nfcd as ihle fiiiprjon which hv Ifaped totihe i L. I i. and noble a rapfwr I unicpi t i thei fo e ir.. iU at her de- eodch J ami hi ensi ve itth bound eagle 01 cssing his shal an banlj. hi I owii I ibtcd he ihl thrbti i ton ncl iii Wi iiUii.nl T tny roads faded chart wa' ''vet I ti brow him heH- of the of turaedjtifid held jhe new l what a bandibme f pered a lair fine tfoo a 8flc'1 swch i Ajid what a ad mef tae came at riding along the with ab e and1 measured every pew door fl i I B f men hands ibeqkoi IDI the dandjlo.a nod tnitd voi tq 'the ionable d along-with t'ie easy and at last IIAv the fl. w ____v_r Zebulon slriekJjd .to-.tte con- but Ihry hat horrible preaerKe enrrloprd his eyea Ion fell his Sucb being the view fc on the '.laid ofc Christian to greet the Owe wit 1 slhoulj towdcomethe Savior I. should r walking ajong Bonder and on hits re on his blow U there one bvi woaki f Ins wilh A- hifchrd murmur every heart was of the The poor the steps of the lordly to fn the general J ioif his head -1 lace in his hands. an instant Li SWaiiger pufrwt oily Xaee en from his theft spread like TThe face oftho Str a face of gleaming a his tarrmUos hii Bcheek arid locjked forth from- dcsbcfnmd Down fell down apparel -in. ftiflnts of lightk' .pow that ijmnieOse and wfc ile -the murmur 4i toting Jurflcd fA panic such i I I tranger the stood and beautiful -r 4 glory full inefla offers the'pe tlielei I M mv i J r i n Ti tin- in a j door. III i the directed I h rvioaini4 of the w Vheo he slioi one some hundred yardsJia nuijr expectanVbritfa f toUhespot where it- friends. third ww tfro'and a few feel from wbifrv shMaintit Ttb onarrdxv up If the he most cotch Iwr ere sliej gain A l AA_ h i A L j l I IJ-H unrtn ilh Jl ith sa ching- th rong is qiifitcil Uie ith cvrir Jl 4 1 DSD thel ickeh dionrteri f .y see. him rf-V f M to ttead thfcriitgh h P Church lfccr-J oflbrotber Zebulon lo me thex honor t ft n aler aind TO Hi W i i '-F 'n. in 1 j iter nsh the the and hwa I he Itappf rot the eignaU the roqut'Uc ivclved .Uli lie it' leai ma J h '_ ffent Imfii iibiii' wbhir Idfcft i shriek aud raj fhe hfefttJI the I i tf i' '_t f E I i IT Trl rui tL-'r HI '-i'-i a be t t t Ibe to'i sre all fa rtnter h- L _ mlejkbe whiaporM rising hastily Jb 'his with letter from yrctim f0f I to beiseatijecj do me Ibonor- mo W T irhng hw ep li rather think with tjie Wordiv old ft fa earls Eat iarrty held hi well W I AW locked at the liii n zi garnisbeji r P. i r. acateil Lt ajbff w But tnej- f -jibe Bank Wealtiy theap shamefully r owned in t divjno srrtbtc If to ceih'ag the m the in brother ooU the Woj ijke infernal magnetism hia altffij Its the faces of lib Churcl Jrom the-Preacher most s Tt friend c iei the Christian friends _ __J hands the com dead jb whit naiiitJ j irklbrokn rWoaci nfit 'n lit un6n hi n ill 'f- .1 -i rfji fook in his ii r i n toiMiLgrW wfth j J head oo mil tnel I iiever f Hfe lelhi I hav d mykdf in lowtite Jesus fl Jteinth robei i-A L i J 1 fe '1 L f r ..M if ft. 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