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   Oregonian, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1851, Portland, Oregon                               fr l i fe- C1 ft -r ir 'i I and efress. BY WH. OUA.fD 'NptcnU.' A MUIX.TOS tongues are and they are hjw of hope to in the Of FreedotK-'e to on the time When the wide of spirit shall be utirr With higher aims than man shaJl pJl Kaon man his tell to Ule of piue and holy speed Be music for the bigt festival Thy gentle notes are like coral Reaching the and quiet Tbj thunder tones are like the sweeping g liiddJng thef tribes of men no more be And hoars tbe flound That floats ott etlltT wings the wurM tbe hour when gathering o'er' vulu iifld r p b I __L. A fc. 'f- l oif M Cbunt suitable place ipr shall be estab this Territory jast of of to i an hold thfeir offi provi -j is toat With ff erved or appeal toi ttye faext tifyinjg at no wJ and ctopiwerefl and porfoitpi ties thpm by sucb be m tb of the i of W'Jiile half the wcne in twilight g And half in minlight glorieti stiflf The tbought of all that we hure And hoped feared on life'.- long wa KemembranceH of joy and C-ouie uujigliug with thy close of day. The distant scene of-yonth's bright drcan The smiling thf lusteriug tree Thv murmur the gruJW-fri-iged bounding of the torrent frre The whose tender vowe no more Shall sweetly thrill the listening The glow that I-ove's 6rst vision wore And disappointmentV pangs ave here. actj ia shall hojd theif 4 lot 4 tbdr i i i That if _ or wltb I L e County j i abd fhe term R fin 11 riA 1JLI 1 15 such tri'h' brim the whih it bball bq a V.in rtAJ I 4 sfenati p og dia disldretiilm five iy'm thereof b Court rif thp Ufttr in hundred dollars t4 iVn 4 fined at mi not ex shalD into said RJlAlt b andtht In to tek Tjiat Stai it a quanti' it fcfiol and the ted StaJ all B the in opening rivfir Marc i re the operations r js L .1 5029 Oregon .Saturday Lafayette Ami ..all 6 A.M 316 6 Ai. M rals to int. on of o f an 5030 once Id Ii bubfe lands ds jj roaa anQ qra of ittb id Stat no otbek 5031 t mce a u the Couaflf Treasury Skc. 3- Thdt whenever it r to fill 1 L to etect iif casioniidipy i r i o'er each rfcivintf chastening hUea MciMory JPpiVttil And dnjilmg wwh .thought be i ween t llobe evcifv tdur wo abed- when IMa-Cn And iU 4iiik Alav from d 5uftly in my i The Science ihall h.ild his succ use of the County. SEC. 16. 1 y vjicanci toforc passed ilpon this ignatioaj o alj the provisions of td'an I _- iv mri 4i- i fos the r W ifiwl. SKC. tipo L Ttat all records ahdpapet4 of qjaal- Pc fcourt o Tliit bofotic any 4 T i i the p titles fof liia lid shall lonfiic arc h I I li- bettn W ijntefr npoii nia natuiau un or affirtnatb4i before JQredn auf ed made i ii i -taining or each in ty and Uii fijjinio arc trariftffeijred to thc'CotantyffibinM-'wionors el i I f i 'llils is an of and thorizod th ihe faithfully jan rt.i Lf I rf xrt I 1 F11 t 11't frl'lEft 1 .1 ories are broaciwl un all SorU of witl of speculation'wiiicfi wpuld hiipt1 .1 I i I of to dfceharge the duties of nc times. for a which SOHIC nirxlcrn physiologit-a or elcctro-biologiaal Solomon which proniw'.l to be of inoluJculawQ ae to tliosc who are affected by the tt-n If ten thuuttrod piirs of scissors out and wo shull neve of thc certcatp. thereof with Aud tot phi- of tte to bdfcy him fiU and as Comiii iisf i actj 17. in i i strued as to prefvcat it is wi-Il known that those whft arc susceptible to electro-nervoiLs diyturbaticC be influenced and often controlled by of another when tfrere is physical contact. Tliqsq arc County n i i F r i IVGS xindbri the and I I i i '111' I 5. Thdt thepoard of ComniiksioncrUn the Wrtlning of ft ilia 11 PO di trallp2rs0nH m ra be e of CW eje from toll j i LJ or ufoifed States. i Tbattf shall not jbel completed wW State Ihe wto iaid the Unitic of Illinois. of Oregon Cirj4and t 1 3 -Lin Also proposals to I be run m cloo Will Ftim Oregon fcity I r' t And back between A. next Fronji Linn HMsborc back Tuesday. Proposala fo r g oncl1 hours for be considered. i 5032 Frodi LafayettJ on Monday Nat. 60 miles j And back between p. next day. j r From SaJem a 4. Mtoll we be on the ptincipail and. number of ihs ID J 6 P.M. 1 instead ii. r I ..1. i e ice at rcqoife their eMplojioeDt by part mint iii flwt a separate a for tftj assortioff and wfeifeecptoff of a' lobe jirovided by the under tioo of the n U e and 4 P. 6 A-M MJ32 6 5. In all their Ji tb be forfeHore of the pay oft the trip when tte not ran a for- feitare of at least part of it when runnibg of arriVaf is BO fir behind time aa to lose the cdbnection with a ttail iand a feiture of a doe praportibn of it jwhen a grade of eemeJe is rendered .inferior to that in the contract into penalties to the galore nr freqoeo-H cy of1 the fallow apd ihe importance of the mail. 6. 'Ffioes will be delin- quency be satisfactorily in doe for failing1 to tabr or del wer a posi the mail or any part of it attflering ii to be or for cfmyeying it b a place or manner that expoafa h or injury for refusing after Jem to coDrey.a roilroatf oar. or r l end JLuc m. at 6 a. m -ccoircd Ian qs by isatd Sta. he ol itaties thp.amtoi sale of Ian ie title t line va .id rennvteei ct- in the IJnitdd to LaVe and i jHaroilton GaSmpiellV Santi Albany. D1 arid Eugene K. To Pleasant Hill by 6 p-m And back between 6 a. 6 pr m. next Wcanesfrf. to run upon also to transport be considered jjt and mail hy any coach which the contractor regularly on ibe route beyond the specified number of trips in the and for not arriving a't the lime and for set- tinff up ori running an express to IrasntBt commer- cial intelligence in of tbp a penalty will be exacted equal to 7. The Postmaster Geneital nifty tract for repoatfd fa i In res for the post office laws for disobeying iostructionB of the for refnaing to carrier when required by the for assigning wftbout confenlpf the or for setting tip or runrirng1 it wnce iri two the ainer aw evqral in tjiis ndwjbold tog of probate j friku acting lasers an thcv resp the 'tiovcraj CodnticM suink an fj o i. i J I fe in iiiy tonrt of judicature produced when the parties are ajt a di i.i t I dire tiui tan from each othor. Whon you chance to the aporcmont with the person thiji effort of mind will' you to command their attention without ing to regard ttirm. Enter a II t tha Tcrritorr and requiridj all by jjuit or injr sum of thta TTeiTitoilvwhall behineipir-d tnrrn forjwliieh they inay hivo b i 'i 1 1 r e ..i.ijt--. j_ji i i probute judges n- he ec- le poised.f Aitdffe it WnrMtir tktes inail at ajl tjmes Hfe if1 this 50J4 once b week he saad ra Offlc Iro'ali the 095 en i looted ire hereby empowered and sjuthdrized to do jlnd aathp- rrfbnn or 4tfeer due tQ such Coilulyl onUt- jaw. 'lint tWt with any h ade or by th em for for all and sigular the duties of Coanry v r I within theu rjcppcctiVo couu- IF I the .rcsidad of SUCH accorqinoj to i i I M see of this J.-Hcription ra in a profound glad- urjd your eyes steadily on the .face tli' the will product1 such electrical disturbaince him to awake. Wo are sudden' reminded of somo absent .-whose irdilgc ai at once rises before the next momen the impression is rendered an actuailHy bj t absolole presence. It not unfrcqaenily ccc tliat perwin.s are singularly anticipated in tibnj or repairs df any any ccptract by the thef aro authorized ii.o ei manner tp imc i.nd r e_erCf-Uay of jLendxt. to froiSl anil after i the .M'jbit. ofthbC I PasHC' the I. Fassol the House of r by And be iq in tike dtn thd mouth of the all the rightsL I L o' i 1 From Hamilton C at 12 m. Thursda To Jacob I official am Forks by And back betw 1'huradav i From county seat i'olk opqe a a.im. n a callcc' Santi- miles and I I.' a.m. p nee as fo the 01 i i Mobile 1 trti a point that p n .bl Jan- 1851. the val b titilia of Value. L aid in erecting or amount of apy la ibsclrilHid instead of d repairing public b h Ubot- or article of or af- t RJMjPII W'ltC Jl a they are to ofjier abpvje utterance to same thought ia thel i all persons of intuitilv receptive especially when- united strong readily each R A b irj shall not luive iieliveijelJ oir paid ip a reasonafl mne WILLIAM VV. President of 1 i I that the foregoing is a true of t so in cithfr i paid sain p an ic roll on file''in my K. HAi l- C' a tbe and they shal ahd fife the Jrcr'lJ Ajiditor the Couaty Lff T '___ K heart. 'Valparaiso. The lucrative business of Val Wai.so is i 11 That on 1C H e fiielt Uon nf LTON States tbo fiahie elxt' lentrfli of i tlllc toad on n I T and bo is I abarnja and l crcby jgra-nte gaidl icpntral fto the and lia- of n- of Alabanfa the purpose railroad fropo ar the inoulh c lands of the in proportiqn h ganle terms. ery respect said States i veiy. And 5036 Fro Nat. Foru's by BO miles back between I i m. and 2 pJ rn- Pleasant H iIJ ce a at 6 Monday By 12 m. next And buck between 2pm 8 next clay. Proposals for service o be considered. 5037 Fiom Mjbrysville By Yincalla To mouih of ice jn ri a 4t 1 by pirn. 8. The Postmaster Geneyil nsay the con- anil lalter the he allowing a pro rata of restric- liuns i hy for tbe BeWfifcftal or for ft he increaffd if tfale emp mrnl of additininal ftock dr carriera ia ne-Doered the in relinquish tlie ori liimely noltcctif he pre- it the 'fbe limy annul the contract of curtail the and when he wishes to dispense with servile in whofe or in or place a hipher or grmle of service on tht he nllftwine tnantlt's extra pay on the dispensed with. The will ibe made throog-h drafii on post offices dr otherwise. the eipiration of each in Aogost aod Anil buck bciwepn fi a 9p.m. next Sunday. i 5038 From Umpqutt 'Vail 7 onci i Friday t at i nine Ht act ajny tyu by law. Thit at shajl I V'bachers srejUtri jjulj id to to an for the paal year LL 1 i p c.- Thati tlje1 Cpm misstyfaeifc inj n- ese of jtfteir stated ni 1 tMy t aiy __________ _ MI P iii'4 i f iir i wholly monopolized by -Tfce aliotf which tjjey inochanics and the richest merchantta cignerg the natives do not seem to ficient 'business tact to enable'them o f i f with the. English and.ScoUl dents. The nafcivos are in fact mcfdly of wood 0nd drawers of While thc enlightened Anglo Saxoos xiolo tunes wnjth ease and rapidity. Valparaiso rendered in English I sujixise of is tJhe most oommercBal port ib the Pacific ocean. llTh amount of shipping ia the harbor seemed nearly eqhal to that which we sde app the of York. There iaaa e give trada carried on with tlm Hfc. seen frovies of aiumaE numbering aoTeral coming into city all h without any other guide than o two pedestfc-ian An aLumllanoe and potatoes of ab excellent aite in consisting of t A grow almost We fully stances superior to our bp very a I F OF'TIIE 10BCH ST at on i pro 1 J nl i 'jpore. WoWELt the House of ndersigljieul Jf'l.i- h. jr i Wilton 9 is no hdve irti at to everji htioJ of fl family tw tcwn ery wnglo n acla dr at anjr cx the or eat wn us. e H I W of tots cjr lijinati. EC. 9t .That thc Com i b dsed Ch i CT granting an natlcletjgtl y orn ihstjwi e fit wi bfce n in sai4 n towii w will ad- tbpay ftr I allow hem tn. build ftjgood Otfsi W6 Will ient for the busjnnes off the pla i r i I i f nHh land au a.m. Friday To Sacramento w And-bdck btetWefea g Friday and 15 p.m. of the Bin day thereafter. Pfopostils for onte A qrooth feervjicq a 5039 From mouth of oobe a 6 a.m. Hriday j To Cowlitz Farina i j And Iback leJtt daj to or St Helen's will be 5040 hy 6 P.M. next dn iSW apiJai t s invited1 at 6 And hack 6 Noriday of land and A lab a railror of mak- n m am a d it in 11 aid of tha co strife tion bilie. d That tie wajy droh thei'puo lartds and tie L._-i_jir._ e is hctebyl granted fito j-ljie ofjlllm tf Oftlb t TtlE tiny of the country seeros to be ai semi-ba why is with equal faci thpy are so far befhfnd the English is it that a people possessing one vored countries on the globe are'BO the knowledge of thc arts of oeacB the glorious art of war The sp cfeadle of I and imbecility 4 thiji South furnishes th4 world with tion of the great problem of icivil this that it is the mission oft the fcunity_of nien to civilize Uje _ morej extensive of the infusicjn Ofi p. Withi the ofchor races of tJie'nWe id mU be their advance in arts ments ttf civilization. to why a ger is never dead Ifl-oke b t said Ctemi and darfore drops de subj ii lUT ll _f relumed ___ _____ tell you why a nigger is never dead it s hq always has a scent about lea- r- iies. iire herefcy aul y AkditJr their fciftntirts1 the hjHkuJg df rep iaadj tt'1 be lothet cotiatrnKphon of a imt 'ftfor rij Chiictiffo ''onlLa yaj ekts on .er c n gKt to town of a the becdsi foA ovided at the 'j at exceed onGs hundred andcoU and branches shal frosts re EOt ce PfT-1 iive c reL n i onehundrtk do j Land Office after the jiinctionf of I i o qdnstniction let ejalley hnsi atlvanto eiiher h- 5041 e to I reader it of be or is also upon jibe river wagon rottd l.mJirfgTram it to iho ifj it ountaitt 6n eacft.side of ater power sufficient GO man- eet upon ich saw tnille are now nnd I I 1 1 L 1 h this tdiwri has been laSd oat but a few t has already rjiade niucb progress in mproretietit and bids to taeiipost important I one in I dcsiroijs df alp land we tbatwp bjr.as heautt- J043 I L J Proposals to1 end at ore 1 1 i From City Mandoy1 1 To iW 6 ti.i Ami back next day. r From Cascades once t a To the Dalles by 6 36 And hack beiweeri 9 a.m-japd B Monjay- From the Dalles oficd a aif 9 a.m. on the of month' By Fbrt Bniae aid Fort in the 'N-rritorY bf Ul 6 at 6am To Salt the ofeaid n by vi tl fored ie fine ie an e Jftwtv e lai naT nd Prairies inninediale Jflciiily to dUtf each month and g p.p. thp said month. PropottalB iripd also allowing greater time to the will be cobsjpered- SPECIAL OFBICES. liinc offices' and tio nd Office ak WaHhlntrfon P cpmpljetion oif 13 16 i add- iGiir op tLi 130 of thbfebk in re- iund lue hen o tiht BJJ 1 r jjjB. fc it Ttat re and grintAto the S for-thft purpose kf in irailroad and every i tion of I knd blv'even b for six sebliond in ijd i i i i' anql benches blut United in JJ i S cial.ortJeriS tractls for tr i j n ny u idrawn pn tlie .ractors for Jiyt Ibe t racttf Gee byi adtjeri o Idle act of Con on sach si je it shall 3 ort e or rotate of said road an ts' ed act jobmpoi e contracit s ie deb or those with i6 tho authority s ftavej. bfanch of .he .al1 serv ntracts m r Lri t 4nd Voi dienih. eci 1 attache lawful fqr any a rated by thd L I A governor to to jtbe approvjil iforeaiid from the T mi-AsJ C.'4.A A ._-j S __ _ i r its a fad scent oo de After j IN HlGH wtfe of tha Edward the 15th chad. TKe Governor Jived nor- several jtears.. of m ertior bflhig btorfieic of EatrJ larity whidfi her of it is-confined to Eliaa let for f n. til- ed ri- he tes sections above' sections to such soldi or to wh attacLed as t j.. i _ fo fch to too Irn r o redej me id r. Di r- and ion or ai in to dtfi on sid State of Illi ffor the use That the lands fiirtfcerlhan filiee And fur 'of Baad road s artfe bf be che ritht'of pre- ich lands nel-half JJrf of say I road and and Proposals are invited Qfiices in ihe Tcnhtory pjroceedB of said Offices oh conseoence Gen- n opeaton wi jia jbave of qntil the prpvlsiopa July fof the and the u ij pe 'co of the performed any ser- I for ihe present any jnts to laying i Pfy irfce i whose Office haslboen iy of lal T O. 'D ttie SO the ited N.rEU H. Agent h be.Terrllory sum to be named in the poojioial ui ea Albany from 9 oflc Uhehalem from Lafayette. njiles Day to n from 3 mil King's Valley from Lucfaimiate Harris'Ferry from Black miles Jofart Mill's from Lexington from 9 Milton from Q Nesmith'p from County Q North Vam Hill from Tuallajn Pacific Cily f'am Aslotia. 151 miles I s l Silepi froto W ai Jo I15 iSarrtiam from Syracofe. 15 milfg J T W Jl Silver Creek from 15 Siough from I mil from iSorth YaW Hill CB owing e ncit I to a 10. distances according- to the best hul no ibrreased pay will be al- lowpd. should ihey prove to he greater UJSB is ad- vertised. if placed are eornecily named 11. The Poslmaster prnfcihiled by law from kinwinjrly rnftlung n conlract for tbe of the mail with any person who shall bave entered into aJny Mm hi or pre- posed to enter into any to prewnt the miking of anjj hid for a mail contract by any person or or who shall have made any or who shall -given. or per- or promise to give or eration to do. or not to do. anUhmff whatever to induce any othet person not to bid a moil con- Particular attention is called to the 28th section of rbe of 1836 prohibiting to prevent biildinjg. 12. A bid reived after time to the 12th day of May 9 A. M or without the ffnar- anty required or thalt oorrthines several routes in one cannot he coo- sideretl in with a regular proposal not adjudged to be extravagant. 13. A bidder may where the transporta- tion called for in fa difficuK or impracticable at certain tosnhstitne ao in- ferior mode of or to inlermjt service a specified number of or monfhs fie may propose IP omilan'offlce t6at is I'nwxessi- or that pot on the Waicre tfae or at a slearofcoat ass Che Case or he may offer to substitute an of rapply in such cases. He may diffpfent Jays and hours of departure and provjflpd no more running tirne is apfcesl. and It ie obvions no connexion or other accorumodalion is v prejudiced. He may frr more running time to ihe duVing a of cer- seaports of peculiarly riirl chanurs a service fmm advertiament will present ite being cossidpred with a regulrir bid not set for and where e of the abovfe their disatkanltaees will be matediin with 1 4. There should be bo proposal is. the tfce yearly the bidder's nWne the name of encb member oK tbe wfae e a compuny should be djfetjnctly a so the mode of cen if aXhigber mode t ian on horseback ii intended. i The bifl should be se it to the Special fnriland. Mail Proposals irs QreWn on face of the and he Despatched in time to he received hy or bWore the 1 'ih' day of May at nine o'clock A. M- It efeookj be goaranlied. and the sufficiency tha guarantors should be duly certified See 17. Tbe tn be executed by or one route Md for in a fore the 1st day of July IS. Tnder aci ofXMatcb 3. 1845. the route Tuallatio from 8 mil u Ohio and at the tc thel flMJ.be and i location the Jands her' Ae in r eat i fehe work prpj purpose ned 16 iti I tf. -v u 1 I i i TO ite i i itatea lay of ill it of the Jv until S be deci. vii EGON J FJCIRM OF A Where no change from Qdverfisemeqt is by the afi.lhejcase naine or nanies ip of or hereby proposj to icarrj i r No. from in the and by Ihe o coBireyaace lo slite hovv t for tbe annual Hum of 1 I Dated th mail is to Form of guaranty U .eacli The ondcreigned insert the guarantor or sen the name of bidder or nai the case inay if hie the mail from l io L ortland HHlUoro' by A i 1 pri h hat for to day Oth of fWay helaccruted by an dgcnk and lime JDepartmentJshall entejf into o n rr i first day July or to Ilio V tm Po A ougl au Bcieut securities to perfo i Dated of Certificate. The postmaster that the guarantors lent and ulle io male good the l Dated i JNSTftucrro 1. Seveo minulea are allow md cbsiog the at all ofi i icdjar tifne is but od wat rodtes there is to be no icceseary to deliver' and receiv It. Tfai mail is.10 lie conve and their enur weght and hulk require it. Posl ofBce mail al i perils qf the 01 tbe r are to be con ther on lines adm t vevftnce. ihp sears ide pro- arn are ser- m efer exclusion and tbe etjbibi of flQ is Ue let In the lowest tendering suffi- cient guarantiee the faithful with- out other reference to tbe nf transportation than may necessary to provide for the due eeter- and security ofWfa trancponation. j. When the lowest bid a mofle of mrv veysnce that inndecjuate the route in to_the security. Bndf ceWrity of thc mails. aside froni any accommodation it not entitled to tbe mute f 19. When tbe bid does riot a moda of il wiJI betaken in be for the lowepl mode of Cnriveynnci- -4o on horseback. When it nccordinr to the and no mode of ia stated for the route in tbe i't be considered only horseback donvevflWe. -0. the of the act oY JR new descripti-on of bid has been received. It specifies no raode of bul to carry with Mwity and the of ibe law. These bids are from the minrtef in wbieh thejr are drsipnaled fhe bonks of the star beeen afier mature 'consideration thai J1 hid proposing a specific mode m Conveyance of sa a ais two horse f ran importation w the Department enables it to Icy down the follow- ing viz When the mail on the route is not so large as to require two'horse coach a star the wifl be preferred to the fcpeeific bid. 21. When the mails are1 of eucb size and weight aMo rejnder it necessap' OD in reference to aione. to provide tlwo horse ihr specific bid. the will be p.eferrjd to tbe star ihe extent of a moderate dififerenre in the in Ihfldifferenco fe ftot such as id intftrfere with the policy of ihe nW law. which to a reduction in the CMI of transportation. howerer- may be where the star bid is made by the present owner of tbe stock on 'the and il is manriest thall tbe reasons .for preferring ihe speci- fic bid do not exist in bis cW 22. On roujes of the ciW where four horse coach orsteamboat is requi- red by the size importance of the .preference for the specie bid if necessary earned to a greater extent of diffisrence than oo tae inferior coadh to thc exceptions above -Jo. A modification of a ip eny of its es- if tantamount to A new and can. he received as with regular com. after the last hfeor set neoeiving bids. DANIEL B. I i Special Agent Oregon Terriion'. March J851. Special Agent- 8r a   

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