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   Oregonian, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1851, Portland, Oregon                               V r i t II ro. l .5 ri --V tffji il a i'T ii 'J .11 mil M1 Vi Ml I 1 T. J. EDli r i u i F rf I THE pntifrnian SATURDAY 4 corner nf attd T. BY Jj EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR United r 'i T K rt yf s in ftdvn for 25 cciitt. will be wnt utoo for in u is i irc For oiije lines or 1 1 T Jijtl i r A litwrnfj tfvortwbrs. f ukiptbe dipltfljctty mark they1 will tic til 'ttfwjcL A t at tlone the flight i t of tde thajn th install Ihille old .r find J i .1 11 U ii A' t J r u i tarm IfOtffle Uere fu mjjuestj wad nu Jji k-Mi tluin H k. ond- ivrhcn iti plain thalt'tlie the jmirdqrer 1 asto ire HI i Tjt' 1M1 t-M EH -j iif StJ VV I ri4 '3- 5LIK t tf fteto L J J- 10 A asds1 IKrt iSf ipfew w J now J Was c ve 1 Ojq I iioa survived u lu ins of th yeHifj rWjt. their audt .t If T iri- St. II Cil L. t lit r N nf the '0' ick w Ul- Hit jUlSiSQI 1 'I f i 1-1 waH 4HI m Uirft'd aroi tbo fin gor takiiy jlior by this bitting jind-tho i l .iS K J. i.t i _ 111 L'Oi K Ulbllln tn on if C i IJ the the tliu ir. o lu tLe 4r aiPtJifc in o her. 1 ooit rai'cly The worjt t hard-jiie this The raikriever in when on b tHicIt Ihwil it I i l -T T for Wtiui purch r s. ere inikio he lu-d a flolinrs of o fowed un I to one of Ma 3 ngrcqd ie tal rtoVm turn in fe Si ill tofayc a hard 'v wfflWHsyt' iRWpSSiEs--' -A i.' ilfiskwt -v whose I a ft .J I- t- I w.l H44 I Pi kQM H- 1 1 t- asSdteebfifi 7--- sr jut f j it H7 T t the sto man eit i mtttj Pet 1 b30' libli icrijjit fi wee ted and'idis- tf i' ija i Misst r neoa. weaks i -ir-r- li II. r to 4 a r .j r I J '--i- i -i- J 1 onieiu Orreafea cmi ni 1 -i j 'j witch bote a news lines. 'ihfei is UnieJ hiui on i l HID d at tlie honse half Ihd rn lo an gnnalois tbe 1' 10 mimior fifty yictiin'n lut tl I PLAIN .VXD ORNAMENTAL 1 tin- it. ie W i s Ji do. irioiy with iiml a t IIOPK SERVES MY HEART- HI KR VVCKS Attf liKR. obl gcnuoinnusi tin- 1 L on did bit t Hk in a U ni t-ht. t liko liifi J iliat trOuhli t ti a a u a niy yoarn lt I tilt locfil. g o tliial my and ovo y tlko afiprtronfc chain H j n thonjfh Hiprtancc iunl thine ufiir iTitii mild HtuL cheering beam.. aly I I 'lift 4 vfl-1 I fflicy ki-n or trainVtflJ ulnl Id hubi Its thuln ninrn unlocks her giiies fiwiTM llidir Ami when tmfr of ilay holy hour rv rry nml st-ouc hftt.li A ontftmlling tte shade u WliU-h IIIIHB niy PI1 think 'if though Yet dear oflihou-srl now Jin it noti HO j is a u ro.- WO he O 1 bavu s f iad Htai ents. .ml buried an nod j TJius was wull kriow hi.s mind n p i ii r l mini inurtLci- VTHK n -nrier i i. i _ _ i r i ho callfed i ftp tlte hrtjor r on. Thd'fn nyt 1 poo B thr Hr Icl it r -she told him ha mnr'R Tcliichi.wcrc put tlic tct head lay. enl Q-O i the f re e him. till kn. i 4bi4- ti spirit iJid life Ls affair in pavticuUt obj to i i Ml f F tip w ro like is a liti it vciy hon sonintl see joyfu to- up ALIFOHNfA manfe ''i'-T -t-1 far1 a i v to dimols ipjuchcdfor tho Paeidc yvm. tr. he r 1 I-1 _ _i w j wia to '-IT is th6 f sll fee gets It too- the' ov the rnejiny i. r-t Wi ni3 ov steCBi 31 JlMf r iast o'clop I If 1 w-cn I looklccd in and mi then WiHi Ipnor rocs ovm- PonijljclloAs bJtt Item a J .'i fefeS wK ifc i i ajpassel wns kno1 r Kura i diinltirtg plaoe for along with oa to 4ui the wiud er i a.s tl i siM-n' 'M .shi. c nd irt n tTiti Peiittli loauVd I Ami q A I I L tbi st.'iift t-uj- ijtou IiLs as roiu liim i 'I A. tlu- er in oa iltl tho 'da ivcifc arts in tllr In na kd And iflt ofU tho was tlie xi nioiuttig Ariifji tl u to tin.- t 10 Lid -vvijut with hikij ic u I iojze is I On hrnvetf Ktar-gemmeil plain n-ndtte bright hjope Vc again-1' i Then between My thine mild and filtering ben chine miy -pint's ere Ci t ed jc u p 1 l wa .t- Aa old lady oat .WB 1 H _ j -r i h AND ENDS- Wtt always thought tlie water durc t I new we heard a Hhurt time tHat it existed ycftrSfand ago'. what period thkt aji standbf. in tlie time of plied lie j then ijt killedluiorethai k- oiired lat nny cai of tliund ofltjjifil Irawlji'ra- i- 'Hw i a' tead I a mile I' j ij j ---u-- foria v.'oitioin tliitt can t a 1 E n unhappy homo for aL .r. WO had as lieflnnchrrtaKu to n such a on her i T I I .He i ill thrilj Let L hir fwrord's b'el py to PC i And z'tfcespn stirring1 J. id a wrl it alii ihj bi Imvo nu fr look 1 i i- iltin htr tsv r. i F n n M M 11 naant i.s Ho M. U'ro. met an a ate -or ton Up on hollcria ow yer buto ojima out thor w n of tfyem in heddrd Ibid ti i understand yer owt aid forfmir dullais mid wood yet with th -jhor qiuckkur MOT roiul White vith thje Kart hoad mi Buiirirl it find oph up tht brige faster ftou Kauri l Kan travel with sovveh In fVIIars Kawt ind k-id mo iu oun of the ov tile res f raihu T n down too or 3 of tLc botfi ind i.s iwn fis tho fires arc c J rn hovlted opb ujx thy Bridg afth- but purty soon I Kmn a thracitb ri a to ivoilian' ill 1C of Ju .gpr rijiiri dut c KID hear 1 wlij uir abtujght tcj walk talk ictcw aivery ui sry cny-tLSngafcowt In mi next i will ttll i OIL- major and i Svcnt n p. i TlntPEiiA.NCE bill the Housic of pndii-bitHthift gale opuitoxieaf jujh'ijnorslin quan- tities los unices .suld by giht and in for mcciwni- iiHcdlciiii.il or If sold fce is tiri-nty-fivij dollars-for juach brcaclji of the and if to a minor fthc ago of jn-nalty is notilcss 'i1- ln 1 t iJiiJl al5o _...__ .____ tlu and comphtt'Jy destroys' 3 Action has yet to be B T OP it to d me ojie 1ft U rized I iiKii-o valr tjban hcjin able is no K A i ifcJE n ood er tak k MlflTHTlt. nmd I nnju- eavdn in. iro ora i of living i to f un kid ratl- pa witli thjjj thaai tjf f woul o thi 44- rc ic for til 01 Ltill ore flo nilist e if JLsJ oud tile s w iganj a n to do pepjde make about J the sweetest knittia1 gal I What' gal My Betsy Ann kin a pafo of J wo r oaind xip ia told' but after w t i u Come here'my your Kwt0r. 11 hwvu No ifc's.thd yellow tell me she li his father on te th u Old age is coming me rapijc in when he waa yoiu all ireoi Ust g n see and oa MI the 90' oftl Iiot ijaund xc aft tie -j- j ail r old man's and saw owiit in haiild. I i i I The man Keeps fast horse jajijid tag is as sure to go to bnck hbuao thnjt b looked up irt a Wl Bait. people fe ixade Ifouad tbl ailed fothcr noaiWw i 'i 12 a i i t i of K h omt of very out of ain hoiiHC 'ancl bad plinco. out of hf ll '31 I nS f r stay The y i had parsed tucr i krowd ov 1 r liunyon both wuigbs ftt ajud i a nikket tthikt I w kjoinp tiovvi suddingly pujlcci alk over.my Boulder 2 if hu II JUtl slaiu i in me ng me ur .IT .til th used fin m rf T M ey 11- ltd art ISC andj tip' lii F'i I I W A centlQimm in this city has ah i the find 'fa Jover in oi ai 1C -tC 0 assent I Will jroq-tyaye Sbftre catsup tJeniftn of aup t a EJear she of bats in tfen tklok of eating dog soup mai did not tirge Bhutjd. be a mai lr' I and wUj huagfij J i ai wettt. ot -a atliet Ll woi the attempt ho iiiad LJUNS' Hue hf sti-.amcr to them on fl 1 i me Irate tol doublfe the. I Congress A prejudice Westieirn focfo antiilue i i a dollar ivhich may lit uiof fying die of Goternlm event wort mfc of can santl of ta hen the toithe Coarfe sir the or in Jm me Andrew J. JJ. J. Juhii A. 5 K 5 run agu rp uo j James I ir-n r i x T. T. i i pour main with TVOU an alhne iuthor pai krcashun 'and inore staijocl in pcrsjute the inan'hu my i haddent pmtrseeded verrjf fmr bofoiir ov shood I brit niy ow j I kms ho shuk tnfe corgallj d friend ninjfcr pcfiti- by mid witcd taik witih iyiin. my goocjnos aes invent t dmed yoti y K tho ipiail 1 vi I iu otU ru ni 1 4 wi I incjreai i b in end At U i ovc. walked out _i ga re one -llt wll4t do Iyer ou'l Seo t -t Super momiu after brcckfastj thats -r J. i tof k look ut tl e i i i cr. Xlra. 1'illvn. r. F I.ci i joiiu I rnn II. ai P. fV-o. II. H. or J JT Jrihn t John 2 11 I j v anil I n bpd em iw one was e of st to whoih he iwa arre GO te and st iut to hjjive fc 1' M L. Jolni Ii. Kl-ijfth 2 1 1 1 elicit 2 s .f or Lcmticl rui v i did v tijub- I..l.ii 2 ju. S. K v Julius t ft nd .ite shoujkl He espeeiailyj or ien our fail be cou iiS of Hi toaners .mi favcjrpble ai bat M utterinff. O and rkkL 33fr a i ia robisi ni di are AI rich'in ddy which tWve fi uu tfv 1ft con i crable rdic of a in this it a bar 1 Tpmi ceased io btfeatSie for i- a d it u n it it n N bnt ihe wecH fit fttVi P ifh to was H I iff M wiHf1 rf IG cm I 1 could ve a J Eftvrflbe- bedt- i i w. u over a Jitick- seen. vrfft rase fie on all -_r '1 i evil oi he ci th. acr 4 thik TTOfl IjtQi iMedtercemeuia'PlI .-I k t JtieJpsi iaia 'not E i b- .PlTOOUtll iroiig teatfle jreat hi iswte3 rt er ni P j 4 Uo thp 5 Jt -j J p that t'And a r -an amible aua tloriiyjh dodi and m i K- itiairancns n Mas i j LC 01 01 i acqjiire'd k yefc for e thafe toKvn. for the rnqst and Ui as t.heyc i tti noe o- febp fitness j we A i dh 0 i L'lAiL fairly J W I. I__ orte title tcj i 1 iblid tru.Ua. J i in the ild from Xla e of tile tbforc tte .11 h t d tofenioc a bo. of o 'feheJBt stoitc on to .ddle of tlie f toas 13 talkl by stion U drank at a d I t h 1 waS 3 or fore roes i up 3 4MJb 'IT was onct id awhile was ui ti liowie wimi a L 1 tach iu no jiowa tlie V-r j fc lechiQ i V and holleril and down bat. a 'hull lot of fdch the i old rwclb on b 3 kicked uites tttin foij the Pr in1 up on th vei 3 1 we i P Hf-t _K lenc'ep. so L E -k1 4 i s Jll 1 1 1 l 1 i 1 T 1 k i i j feo msiny nd n' dtjt top us when ihc are all .1 e 3.-1 ra disy irh1 iniber of vcntur r WOuld be drtili in tbje r f L C I'll USC r I V .ate a 1 d iiito ihcJ Hebtr f vur awl tew 51 Albert A. -lolni 2 l chart John W. drew C. or An- ftndi N j 31 'A- ti m nn frn kud the vittels Li to irpifl't. i ckiui from Jobs Urrin n- .fur i d4nt sea ejnny.on the jeat jtlien 11 a they kdwll. a Bill of Fair Srit ill jyernev gent down tae bill 'i the aomilia-1 outlaBJdiah and si-1 hit fuzed m- then withe lap wen the tioijtbtu i jvt 1 1 L i did C i i F. H. 1-Jo.ljj. r. j. u-'Ui' rrr f' M J. bfl-inhs bn '1 koodentr le ora- or and 1 jof that nolle -if J tliticia-nis to1 P' 1 U a little fcV in the reldlution tyybuiig 3 the il Suntjlaji Judas Isdar-' ry Jaid I Sctch nhow tliciiiiAment it rains tt i F i I win u tho v Jie ilei- sarse and a pougber ofl Crthe sum tli J'.lui H- WJ stuff too the fur ikoodllent tho fomfonjndetj ly jkprwled thioVitiles i Wlel that wasrTnin ov the but 4 sand of my sow searing any thing abduct thcj .wbomtan Uiiet stood at tjLebiur b 1 fur owdr diriers as vte ou mjajer told mc-shi wus a young tiling 3y say thd ateezner to bring down the -tlfLc IL 2 Katt. K. H. Ii hard StuldJr. M. Vi ju. i must pur- tuck F Edward Milton h W. be a re to font hoam from i r I rt I ---f j Wjdi-. lilsnru-. I Hi Whitnifire. Htiiry 5 L l __i -'ii j A. r t i'1i f r i h' 1 U- n V ij P ji   

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