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   Oregonian, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1851, Portland, Oregon                               I t R il _ L I I p t r 1 1 I'i L IF r I if -WW' 'I h iK fclEUY v dnicr l-'runt and j I'DKI BY T. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR Unit. a States1 LiU 1 'J i L i j DOW BIT fibta s VPI'OI'N I'MENT. v n ri ably t ad v fur six mollt will sent v I V prayers hep tlk w I ani wL-'hJloId objects in M 6 n or Mt whosf1 Ihi tho j- i'ti passed bit icr t r K uo I V pia Btl pfoft W are still of kitek way like Off in iflol of itfe c tp iliqnjase its tlie Bass's head a rot wn il L I iobtnisivit TOS W Iv in ires. bi'aiMlyL Vbny' lhat Ihu lijcr paragon. r 1J ftvth cmnrtr nil- so t. v I u. -i-t n-ct u lar.ro to n. etc rn I'UIN AND ORNAMENTAL s. 'S ui o the jten as in i'V of th u or tuwinl am mi b upoili nni mi viL r i'i -f u SKA. H the UUnwv ury i-f in i lui-l -I i Hi Th 'i bitt of' 1 ra y tu' thit 0. nor 1 c tor iijo iatc- th it LiL-ne at I one rlouj- ti I and n Ijl.-st HI tilled to he 1 Wat li-r wh uitli rrf t-t JtLat In wotting i Ktt- tiothin-H rciwatn l'th o ttut th ujHm the Winy jii.-iu'rmrem'ip kiiliw ffojn top. I i L i i pt Jciili -4 the arrlm.g fflsuU light iu- oiws thii liointf I It4Vf. nor tide it naiiidrJ pathway U I'l-nji -1 df he v f o i my i j.ysm 1 i tii'U i hiuuL h i veil. IS on t aid T I 1 sn Av more. v tO ll icd to thc.fut e a sin L L I jThe widow with child's and ui hor She i CJ and happy tile respect I v u s not so we hold uios rjillj the ijihigfthc scoffed bs the tmth. an K M 1 I t ids wtraTijfi von d ijx Jj O but i puch .Mary it Scoff OK tbou um- to vounwllf the nil tlien impudently ijau exist know-all CCS AVOl't thi .her niuth i i lifted1 her to be aud str idre i la sv pain tlie iin crtfMfjStilh rius Avort jy Of jmoiivfsaijd str Jggled good 11 _ wastVJt tkit v a id 1 proved vietmr. that w...... .t tihqir t1 to be'uianil-d It l I i i nhe no srf nt'iii'-r boast i not en l tiiiue hrinnfive i are me ami that th spel J-he jiail bwn 1 to hrtr t sht'liad'jr-lui WeaiVorpd m I m j i j r T n had caijid to r iiimiiil her uib ppy i i r i e the wept tn sec i. ii word of roprtaeh he a ttlm flaimngwwrjl Uian from to fci- the oi umble .dwifJlngatdtrcnt N ma pndilctundofTrohtat iWgined t tot He it nor any a uin the French tb is Sn tin ij.'L't tflan th it aiti lt.v' -s. ai t it ion her conf AJncu n But lie _ i hiiiii. .11' ''t I an 1 tn ia foil s op eai t b ire Tbnt the en Me my her' hLs np n to nud ever ut 't ui'.lr a that Is p-rfet-tly e- Her lnui o Ii M' low 'chan ruH as inueh vs'ithuut TI' a Id-Id i hf of dave al Kmiiklhi Must dislitq M sha.v fllBl h -si what-iv.ir 1 mvo it fair qn.irtor w i _ e j Ii handl the b iing tluit it ufSi-'tivfc of good to tlu t within sp.ire of acti o t1' ill T in niunj- cufies it would not if tn n to tbuuk an Ik- alto f tho other uoinfoits ofl lite. I after an or ton at of r i i i u iil-an having vfimr said u wicked erbatiies soin bjusinuss. he the a over in few vei-siiy in dj but tfas m The 1 attiikrti fu T lid H T and Uid hji Xvhcii fiel- tola to find tun lllte S left foif th e al an indfl will i sere ajfoboij was anld iSttlui and the paHs a niotlmfs rfurttired ib oter hor pa ve of tnc .tillasK ci There wad a it cannot bvci fvon 'C Of y hud is niiht 1 'he UK liy pifldiico i e deati. all was lo op- -ni-'d tice APRIL n i Wort.. rhad4 J i iri purfttfit of mird entity ot ward zM veat thd 66th niofet Creator Za0h4H idacty pj Of th to pou tc tfeon kuocl If 11 1.J -fble b thcl fi tinio our fakhk'ii btai --I lthi uplifted infatuat IT first ab it' iiiit at Uttile school about Warl tW i ritil ty wish hi plebfl cijy comng lookc t'loiu me i ni year d Orknio Sept Pr on titaievenia Lavij of the Houfee. _ K Off fho fa United m ga an-ison on tlid of a capitancy aftdr and there war his s made ejuaijncd ddiijig the i- wrs mane hU hi ter winning the battle 0f OlteecllolW d J I r 1 1637 j wjjid appointed ta the chief c war m-xt he was relieved f appo'iriteito the rjf t with whencejie to nil- ui Ti-xus in lS'10 ChrNti tin- in to this in inoiiLfi On n O thonce claoseai to Congresfc. Ju late in one of the first orators the America but was drdwncd. jtyith her i '_ _ or u J of the 'On pf.iLong during a sever toornfag of jfely 19th. She M..C I pom youtl sex the vigor j ii scope of tin verse iu tfie Pa witlfc U f- u 'lorida tlidl r A V ed the _ iu and to cently deyulcij wks lost F T-V- With 1 Ll Mat dov niurohi sd .n i- dia o 0 i Of 01'- batt t- wreck. Sh.- went to Europe Italy married Count Giovanni had r in and in a had one also lost with a masculine understanding arid produced not -d- Aineraea generous other er In oonversaiiriuul power or genial Ability. She a littje uver 40 ears Uhc-n s of ge T. ARMSTBONG who had hocn S Inarch t i jni- uiai vi qe thV-IHli af tobt AJJinierry ant at' I'm- Sena 29th J not lie n-tuntr.t t r for Iv bet'ii bV tut jmMie i je u-.s t' ejected Preside elec-toral of uuiuniled on the oth ot' ILir aud llii i encountered auiljurttisina 1 I -Hon- Wri.UAM If. ftaoc M. C. iiomt ut aged 37. on. THOMAS J. and linttorly Clerk of ut lU'V. PoR'I'J.H of Hon. Henry. at C Feb. it aprrd 70. formerly in died at KipbuvVt J z in as n Rev. N. April had dihtivirruL-bed himsc'lf as a T D. at X. V. Juue ed but hus oreat poiMjLulj ro- L d Till his being fou wlkMl on'hiti friend aud Lf Juuc of heart. HU lost i ttrvr L. DAVIS of heart. id. iosi vajdeeplyfcl JOHN C. CAI.UOUN d oJ 4 on the of Aged L_ m I 1 ler of A area Jwie agodS4. Br. DWIGHT -N. iLired 70. in South s ii i having borne s the Mr. Cul but- M mi nitan inhriiu jftudievlj Mark -t he tall nr Hitt Habrtis hadiftKknrc trudiH law nl to in ut KSM.at war jr-j ri1 on i i i-r i J L 1. her i all he bqd deali f i1 which inkt iik mid itv of th 5 mels pjiu away tjhqir. of tliis men to iha touuftiins r- 1' 1 .If a man expats to in-et with tq become u rcibn U suiimisr ti nlave. A djcont maa mitoht liiigOr f praifefe ifr A nlave. A docont maa mi out a and ilio of b'foiv eaultl ntojit with half thq hibited either. f-- dono man Jfyl as sbcrat injuries are To invisibly good is as godlikti as to Ue e- is diabolical. f tthitihor fcktlfadd hHls joyous hd the'W vj i i ith W tL f f T a did. light tj widow whcu th flrovc th a 8' Msiik return iutrcd Kn Jintox but r ol an puriM 2s an t1 he ti re- n liniatbl ur- ttvo yd oui h 11 -B. He til had t Hi t honwe hor 'arms au4 BL-Huvjth fiinJ brtnoftth tjin. 1 From tlUfe oW-th latiolrt wha ha 1 itjromiHC of al ai firltt JW efwi. r Th Iproiuisc of the ir now a eh y witn part iate. df silent wif t iat weri i- h 4 i HP b Ink b tlw black sea o'n'whic' at Some are ia upon they affid in pity thatt thieyever''weigh anchc tho random ec i The Hashil at St. in hi v a- b A i m Aged ciMrt j nc Thiaie .Iff- TO as dark is'thle le The as diJfrrekt afe swe Out of a hailidrcc not five. All au ri rounds of r sit i ha a fcaUjfio ty Hpy foirev in- i- iw ITIS licart i' i and tl fceeame to rclt 6r vicfsj arid iriH seeitte iitto 4 Jh. i j jfro i ed nn tu g stare o hikih cat chii thlit Ti i is onvcalcill -crJiniiigg 1j i i cthbi Conflic which wtis strewed the pitfiwljlto c buner he bee itancbf. ir ntMJcssjit iplate ith _ If A he fled f ixjm the ruin in hoping i tp Lethe Vorteiki cif a hearties ri i esjeried Jay her husban ai ll 1 g to pub band's writu .gs and take has at is nofv ajbout to where i I .early itetjj ye iulcj'.1 Lpe his no tice n i re i01 I euai an 'Wfffc'to m 4 4 T -ij mm t'YJsifep M 11 t IR da iH- M tl ste S fa wiilc i Of fVCBl itli her jdrj disease that jn there' s her itute si inf i ili -of b It yaprr we t ovei ii n Ut bi llo'.U ho on-l Hill Wl ijaihild. imW T v 3 'ihc't _ VI j' 1 iavla iitttilVet f fioth'thti a'l prated.' HOllI d soikic mi -it wasi liijiliied T O .vor ral of tv in i a retirftfl in 1H43 o br Pretidout ou Tf 1 T f-v j tn take th till the oV Mr. iiou. FRANKLIN If. Membar of and South died at Wivd had juat tak in otliov -d to and an April aged S Hon. PRESTON He n ed i p K' T. H' him oecir i- and in le wan a man u of ihe ver lot and in forc tv of though linis n'it Was the mo.-'t fovni aud U V hJis Ivnuwn. HK IIAFD the Louisiana died at 'R 3ttareh about 50. NCE.4 Oscoo-n of W -t-lo til rln torm i tsed to th i. m private i J tul aixd nearly complete U ddutli oi ML. i 411- l 'i HI Philadelphia I' f i E I _ AKE tho aulljor of11 The Chiefri' and Thuddeus of u a fji Hid Soc in at an on 24th Qp MaV. She M-a.s nfirer mamed. ibiUiiioHjUnpi the laborious dnf L ui i J3 died eea the L ol intens2 intense ih Carolin cessful died a.t i Isle of on the 12th of ApriL f T __ i ji- t diodnt KiiirlaJid 4. uitouruoun- 1 hrallSi and oi' mind l lli' was about ft it-ress in wt' the lians.ierrcU in Ib he rcmaiuotl 111 111 and rraud him tot head jinilprtiyeil to 'ic child was tri in his 5 l o thouu i i 6 ure i.Vjjtl tinres eiinorge m thu w istcd i and L U bt i tha autuiM U i rippling pop' oke of tjie ilKeit a fabblos it ark iron t w' not- id iui- to i tlie ___ ino If trime- be its tMtomitoil until gltmis If i f f IF i egijoik. extii ilta- lliT. pO- n as ith the .ill d i tud i M 11 Momlxr I'll .M Johnson a I'ejjinn'iit and attic of under Proctor aiidl' 1 1 T 1 routed nii'l 1 prodL'.irnetl tin but mive honor. In Vie President Mr. icd Pn-Hde-nt wHU .Mr. van riiRiii i i failed to.rct-eive u i jajoritjy of Ib nn lift lie was tlif firnt cvei- cbofciik b IS he wjui cauvUiUte If badl-V beaten v.hcn again rql admtreffs to bring him forvrard fo He wtts elucV.Hl Idst Aug ihuc ant _ We tnpve ii besid ilod I tb die se eartodJ indeedj tbe and of now destiln whoi falnta e to her little school .1 ii tit 111 m m flr m 3s it i L bat notft She took iv and and iaedietioi ws felt feii U jj ifflSffik T- Bikve died on car human Gooc 11 Ull a harm I ess t a rthc livdd a caiUawayJ had m clmc 'llJ J ilHi tuek'v in i sitti igs at the tuue of hw resti on'hiy rx-poitct whom he prcbtiMy urr of the ag.iijn Mails oa which lie very to J. I 1 4F d er-wroie. He was 4 _ i i _ 'ajftv-d i best Si khuw KOIJKKT at'i- Priili i i t and lierl gretitpat tiic death of Karl J J if r ft-' sai-WflxSe are iWitate tfa eVil has i joy j kood .a i e sli d follow harm I LJ to diis day resttcqledj give ml earth rayillairdd te-was rn and from July a ago Itltl IIVIV-L V T tine himSeljf yelirs s. _ to Irish aud and moijei rocontly byi I in theMepeal of the -Coru-Law liMeaiber of Parliament till not otherwmei in office. WILLIAM and one the grtii 'of .-1 It I'A- Dfft died at Ir IS Rob ft other Poems will long be wherever iL- OD1JS AND tho the rcnutrks ilsat giggle along as if they wferft anoved patent A Writing to his dear You arc so snfceefc in u tnoney Tim iinprovemriit of the British j plant to LTOW U.-3 latest of artistic I-' of t cbijnlicd tl Pi 10 i- A cln'k ito one c'f nur mercantSfi nit-nts to hit fiieuds. at it In to do A srd tol prit ndauee on h. His fiahni Provident A who exercse o in a euuutiry yras hovr he ..lik He rcplind lhat be it u ocation ed .petty e -but fchouW u like it better tfheitWl sfedy m is a ty tlboic Minister of 'an 1 of a s iis 0 titx.k care of the _ enquired it little on hearing J that all people were children f i i. in '1 To take castor without tasting Stj 4 M I fj H only to fmt it in a tin i A waeffish candidate came in tliel to a shop. u for said he are A npw electric light is exhibiting atthePolyUx-bnie.' A atrip of sita on tne cives a light equal i on being caught ruahed-down uuia- mtl. K It 'i Ld vn ilitni r wfila 11 m 'i. I sued ly a whole of ihem cocketi. it jmust be a out doors tjo Is raiting hard. Jitde boy t in.tlte tneitioy Mr. Siaitlicra. tow can ypt p l LS___tL. j bfiea tro tn t has while 1 am on a r V -1 V J I -f -t i- fei b I L r I t 31 i a i- r L k'il v i l i- f M t L j'   

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