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   Oregonian, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1851, Portland, Oregon                               T S .1 i i -I f- t- I H 1 'WTt t i T' i ED1TQK. THE raORTJIWG t rorntr Morrison 0. T. EDITOR AND PruiU-r of the United Slugs' Law 4 4 j. r Terms Invnrliifeiy iti Advance. nue per fojr six monlhe single copies 25 rents. of in atNnnce. f for Oao lines T liirre foil Tin vv h.it. to i uf ions t chords of mfyht nV hfi- but j t .t iis l-iUHiab WEN -J -r- -II i 1- I .-r kind- tcsj-ilje n sit wipthnMhiJ her husband jwjili ajn fyfeiiinl SbchW T r- ll MM the lii fii Hf e fcotr grotv as .iL 'I ILJ slrrngtli pf ihe vp IQU wi tawn insertion. I to huoiber of mwrtionis must be 'distinctly on the oiheiwjse they will he and iad her n tiic days of ini'xkicri.eicpd ir charged accordingly. 'The follow me feriDfinen are duly aiithorrzrtj lo 'IfH K J N A- Asjnria. I iFranrisco. I'M. H. IHfjIenV h i R. Sjlr.nnJrus htr s n siWH I 'j---j- ijf bdeiJ ii jnor ind never lost 'cejijlajrj which his at fijsl and cumilance had far li wnl' l siit at though j'tJii IK' and' crept the' Adorfe 'of It lib wlhi bai -t .t' tthl A ifA -i -i I'M 1 V 1 i r 1' U Ji.-d tf t tff t it Uii-i w J M shew. 1 'i ha t.heefe nod u lo surfiri'Afr He p ri I VTa A f t- '3 n w ho o -Hi- ujr. r. -'-P ffi ss IMF -IA -J -3r life ifesS W ifc JP i i v m cou irt lliJl 'He su H I- i_J l f- r Tt Jf fe r4 L 1 K i-ll i h. til H w r L-Wawai -T S l.i Hi fop when in. Be f ere BPK ntlejl j j f Ll f re d -Wfl Ha of st Copies of vcrsei is nearer one fatbl cfr. ft I in I t.. I a brijjhl fire gU-aiued in ir FOSTER. D. C. LATOI Oregon Cjl H. KsQ.y bALHM. grat t and shed a c Irm t liirrti n rooir. unis Lafayeltc. NVtv K. at t- tho alcove U a OFFICE in his period a hik arut boy uf al ad i IliC t f aids of her 4u hai she was lwe- noliby ie j tenancjC onc'han alcfuU-Tii s o paying _aojti even' afleciini ip fiu and so 11 young Walief of tile whrilf Mr. piren ba3s to the had Lady1 Lucy smiled to moklrljof L- sarti J liaiil t.iq sw she was s Ngiish which. She sat 'hefof hfic hidden o iwlie 1C U. eked vcrs a of new and enabling thp Pro lo ant SilCit J u slices' do. ihow i Coucett ery vakiety of whlj nealneRsjand das- nnd oq reasonable i icadJ and sntd spoiling Watt a ml tl of It that t room was rt i Me young motJieK 'but-tasteful 'hiirni ghicf ornamdh'ti a ihafsomelir It ijs 111 my Ijwcy unlocked ihe slueulajj 10 had com6 a of .oemaH trt'p tome blfnosl she turied dlit Ih 8 si' of siag thai iru 1 cooJd Aay L'nd i ra th iJ3 it on ibi floor. ink i not l shore 3tf Hfe T fe P from fPF frw t er aai in ee a Wilh the 'w y was cd w eil to heath a 1 tilj a ser strane Lady Frora'lKq E LADY Co .T RET- BY1 MK5. NETflfT n a chinning room ofia charnii- O O i and t satih post was th Lady ill Who tl-'j exqn y udlame i and sighed i Q t t she reality edl an shd n w n just an I ic a of low tr ihi'Solc hibns. 'Her w pr jsitely Cast lo of few1 hood so great V a bank notes in and v Uriel a ion ai of rt before t m tdsfe carefully caifnd i tyiiich.still bore 'thert-d'lcavv awajy titutibnal et anal 11 ma. the he pa pete. -u- ielller whic ever Ferrars felt pf her rit seemed si-nse ofiber present sh thai cd pd jx u bo HI o as r Iralb j L u i i i -D -ir-- orrajrit JP I larfe rtlf hadlevcrVe tfhat 'se'err.cd company Jor'thf ol- L for heir victims TeaSy..1 felnHP I wjlhiut immeidiafAyJonjjning tlie ihe le m jrror in I f J I id so she fl Jstlje iJhi-iidto1 F 'hen y the ivlch O W td he he 3 the e '-was i days tj4 a mist form i .aye ha ihe once fcfiUer had been P ic lifted his wife 10 Ibe ith her to .which her autll nearer ave her kiss of h f. been frightep- jl s iaill committed fin Idaiie t- jvy.uum never you yourself ctl a d. uld ndl bid Ih lob lest land 1' i. f kij love.llel 1 J 1 I. I I ones dome carl jgTjoined a j ._ I ipe came to him u it L ssttnnerved her- she of hec d gave him he asktd in broken 1 was ihafrjed- 'ifeey the so deeded. Then tte a me Ml the oi sen r- what I itj 1 houkl have the I rf 'allowance Mr sufficient OUliltlCjU Fef rire her hand as i n i lhen fluscd' arid e. tTgly aproji. Mr. glancef-fof- of abbuf iviih bHghtt ejes jfjj an i ill off tmil I .Lady' ar m-iahborinj' rp over tjie led rite In i i T he ds after his fixing ihe Lvjc irs'of marrit-ft Irfd in- mcdl than the .ch had been horh and cherish Five y st h 6 pi's -d in ll d'ays of courtship. Till the age aciive pf Valnr Ferrars hren chiefly occupied jby ittilteimean denj- dn the broad basis ijf and an almost -chiva irous i- Mfhen secured position of wealth had him to inner circle of English fiocie wealth alone cart I ut Iflh iu some due proportion M an t- to hold a pla ight nnosL natural and pfoptf id '-vile from the cl apart frqru rest 'df woman- like j tttjd' choice flowt- rs of a -on no ide brt-alh Of and th1 ty which it r that ass whi as ch consera ust bl but 4 fopr Earl to Ibe iiaot e Decreed by some good ange w. the 1 for lihe obeeitvcd- tig Wife truly fetnine ppislle f o-----s-i M r T oo juauy EEinC an J to nolinkjuin rf frbslthUyoalbotBi ary itf IhreA add QhV si make yts was I My dear ing. for you at telly r Sides i aitaed an f dc .1 icafe -m i clothtfs so b igtr dan oiletf U'die BO ftlr oiirsrea yet fiUte sfiouk tug. lor you at leased njig Willy to the aild steadily Vo the r p sitv to dok ze tn lioosbbnd ilways likes ize r u Tob Luc Iliinj lothc ell it though 6fte any h-lisli for MadW I hervmind refused eossip comlain w J i e tar and I ii l amiAed hifr that she bent dveii as ajn excuse for s passing ernotidris. wWuld and as he moved jts' gently cracklleil bus1 1 i ut though the fuIBH d there 'wa MARIAGB DE oc ingfedie'Qis o very always met-L the Jtlbe resoiutely fc of the ly ch j hearts of lough refused alnd V l tj-parale and many cxc amadou con plelly My iii she w 4 A n.nn a biuikruM as the fenlc of fue people i poke laves. aMbnish cihus wi ie jiev ut I am na find niotrlle. hcfr cheats And- th'ti yjei lolteratted tne creature frlm I rea ly iii.wa shd k ly don't know 1 for is t tra him d KJ iU ti wi I of llhinff.. A i Could a warm thai yearned ewetfask clear heatlJ r u J a. I as he-Tiad by ftnij youth mon- or is- ul ifce r and caiiivattdvlaleuU'vof ihu L Lheiset resofuleliy to win i- ier girtish.h v u 'I'hus w nd s to obtain. it ieo he assumed a htis- he diii inot drop the still made jip' kindnessfes neivhen relaxed into a leit a- L j f irt public. He waa.lhe ready -tieurt fur tvt-ry per a iinperalU'e Ins tiiift1 thaln ratie she as ly into d a sort off onishilig ide Ihe seeds j say tha ew -J- mr frntrtose of all so m nt fry i to J H iiphesitsdif in' Tl J ill arJd1 tie I i v I L r hsof j dtirhtistie 'Jdsl f in Should wiiu si WuUld aol'v her vit-rv li h 1 a IK O 'i iLudy i i- LoiJvl to fault bkil so Wmcli f.ilst-nystsi t i t iw rure. fur he hail ut .1 such k Hx rhv Ind j imt H IO thi-. 1 I i Oe green have l fo verv Imucb sirite t -only sejVeil j and dy Llioy.F so-- I not is r in j mais Ires -u bu v old ed-i dc fof it is oiie pome rt It'Rtti' .she oycz- ihbnf tle ai l don bind a lesonsljof liwj srll t wh lev I mufll 01 s hlTvie Ao tednets ab' arSnot ve pcaiijty years of back bn a E i i i you at v ha answer iviaoame ad d -esses 1 worn ew im'es on had double Wages lo compensate or a forj V a maid tbinks. her p eveit'articles 1 riieht have gr I fids J. P o lewomcn i have been i en to Clo I hUibw but vith m their sad I havb been ralble for desrtfed Vlbu wrong but I have been rrtise which ijlrig tMt'i yeai s. J an cs _ I'll t-d-vl i nrl l_ _ l_ cage were arpand me--froin which only III frde jet j till I think cjblld hpye died ier than confess to Me W tc share your checlistilllr Urea ml of a My pjDor Why you hgive J ll t I. m- J _ 1 Lei i harfiier L d at sbch a fault biike iw al stand Have I even-been harMi -no si or anplher i Lucy son ou ttst hpw i W b red JLad ibll fci wciic uiDi i fun 741 et hatl heeh tears Ferrars o .Ajid i a brfehtf herjraiirfd 11 dinp rm1 neri she fcouM nave J I v 'It 1 J riedslpw the M J you are so hese V r 'T e I am and yet not the less dp I how all this came aboul. irthat you bave ceased to fear the strdye to bul could not. hree figures or folir J tell L I I I am yefej f am afraid ured ow ren ppier sifoyp lo .t 1_. r' ut Bu gUarnel tlji hadr visit m be an -houri befort to Scontemplete. u-... roj frl-H yedu often atf aped a bare rtjit art andfthat dreadful N U L i U gb i W ve wh its bayd 1 M i J J lucyj every bill sp dj be paid .this must reWard me by Jenepous Barest Walter if tou what then i tat woad have been a very anilely sadder oflhje fclSikuishmf nt of some1 indul- to be there might have fjbvertyj 'ind disgrace. You one at you knew I hat I m Ihe P 'f hfat ess he h J never ves of Mr d ii'JUf ahd t to .dnar- ve a hlindf a With t it one tb l A skin l_ j 11 at i i 'i cari ot J i i1 i r e ha I bft climb yield lo to.dWI frady s ipvrs a. v w Ll w sp cy to n uc lo suti his ffitf rieiglp qf falferihtbcdd 1 gaihrtiflj Ihe 1 S lr v'rnNr- I ojufejht and ban pn p herfc is no Whe-jli sften le Pis. ui it onrv I- t nd 1' i L r anfl rwndne U i CM I h i of bis Jjsltfve' her b Ilt-r door f1 in j l.. r i i f. fe I 4 I O'tr J l lOUg It t I w tt'n 10IL al L i fi di-lii 'I W sffi IF s n XT b a k i ale 4 HE-ISIV if r- .-.i 17- J E 'ft lA l tt i W E -i w I If i-- .Ih I ur i .-Sftr- 1 L J hg jer sir 'and s iighi ot wait an'd dowb a they tc not t fltaijc rtilrihi Sllnil irtnly i n ls v re ady nd hiding her e'w j fi qr1 and last gode every you Ibohda fcave been spared you L few trnlh and conjugal roe when first haw anguish ted he bu s irt was i 10tn baske shelft I a rdm Kace below bring a bucket env couM ih Hie bill t i ilrti rags that np further wilhoot unwrapping pejce pf per foldedj fike a by theaninpated bwndk. SSidrisbury iniriediatelyj returned into the houie atid bjj the lipht' of the t'xam- ...J It her the seal ad as Td JOE. STANSBWB'Y. you the whicEi you wrlll please tp take good care of aod bring it sp that it may turn out to be a betliefiban lhai Oh what aj sly olid are would Ibink that men sober old spindle shams cou Id Th oideia- You may gweajr to iat. at'i it is Joe. me Jo- j lietting oh to be do a r_.u i 1. 1 ._.. _ M and for- s J neak ttiokea er seV stry N. Stabsbury kitchen iraa pajug what a s was in the basement ng hia and little orna was brewin over his The i door Of the kitchef stair- wlas violenjly and Mrs. come up herK you viUJiiii j here's tt mess for you Tha astonUheo fetansbury hastily wiped hts and obiyed ihe sunimions. Don't yoij wanl to .ape hearl broken Mrs. whjen her giiflly husbanq hobblejd up to the room. wngt said slyiold rouge fin feigned perplexity t er of the baby the oiott tha been hufnlg up at Mr. burjp. yiiTiook migfety innocent bul just read feller and then Jock in basket. jlTon'l be it wbri't got poot1 tiling your it is just you all psOver. Please I'll you every And 'n than Mrs. Sta had Collected a ifoem.fuU of spec- inhabiianje of the Qoury Ivitnesfe the Unwrapping of the nt and in pay I at but'at what a iir love and confidence. The prilce ydjit confession has Ivolunilary and I will not ask1 myself I should have1 felt mad the knowledge froir lanoiherl Alter vpu have i I f- if to a .emptatioh wives far'more Ihiah those of poor or liniar flay n are Aisxious cxpec as the 1 B after rng fi tatlon iwjt ob every coante- tore away rag Ihe body bf the vigorous rlovements o 'Which astonisl bod51 It is fu 1 of the a said Mrs- shows it is his. 1 i j f i- r soon dee' that it is I ke him in e'verv _ _ 1L -L. I Mst.alrthe ewaddlins clothes being out jumped ihe baby and majie Us escape through t was b g tom-cat. hail been vie ths e'_otf whicn feiiale S. iforj fun of i. Tradespeople are irtbne do not crptjit in PI ers where ultimate payment secajs If L tough i j i pare domcptic crealp among 'tlie there arc faults sj of tlu-m being girls rarely 'taught khe vd i your lue of insl the pu ipected ap jeared wilhont rm ovur'look P open Stansburys traced to a has no taste her complaint buty trick nj6 binding j f i i cheapest of all earthy luxuries is thus giv- en bv the novelist piper is the chr 'ooprriion reser stream pours its li-v at wlvicp vVery manj driik. It is the newspap liberty its placiical it r I am onicleof eifriliz- o'r n'o which mg and may come and er which gives IT. unWtarymg activity-. The news- integrity money rfinlters.1 is a daftly and slepmess them a point of ferond wrqich repottf to ydm-evpplj' danger which ipstituttuas of 4 Air nnd iu Interest al portie and abpt ajtK The p'stppr legislators ol the public opin- inlQnns ihe peop e of Ihe acte of ti om- olln'r U w my is jminful qu ha.vd the greatest ur .rniu-.L and RKTAE Nors invii.t be i I i in the iecr'et. VVn1 shall 1 rilte 1 it p clismissing 1 inc ifiirmas As lit J to i 11 i i 1 f A -1 a 1 m sfii i. i -''i 3 4 h viK k r-jv- W T i. S JUf. M tftt i I 3 i-.L tfe- call o x lor i'Kpi t at uiu L-v I send jirld v. a to r r thus keepiin anil up that pon- ATf'ii thel people legislators which duel's tn Jho tuniiilienandie of I' tli'H -i s- l-r ih i. of revolution. o -I f' k for 'th rura 1 1 f -.il i1 -1 V 1 W j..4f feji.f i rt Tbi H '1 r- uj t b S L i ft bl f f -i -i. r Y- T-Cl 4._ -t' jTi- 'W3 5-J .At itr i ia- tie U a wfth her. generous1 im- othsr -wifiip.n er or' geaedil .0 of age r ONG of ISUtae J -i n died i writer On died at ay of-the wonien icedage. tlie I 4 N- rVi it that honey i i f j of tbe IMe work i 1 Tocation it pretty steady r n 4 I iutay0 tho i' i 4 V '_ I i who fc1 ri v -tal P ffe j T -T   

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