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   Oregonian, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1851, Portland, Oregon                               Tfe r v I _J T. J. DRY EDITOR v i. i i I I THE I-T'BLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING t the sts. corner nf Prmtt and r OKEGONj. BY T.' EDITOR AND Priutor of the United t BY T K R M N I n v a r I nbl y In For one per fuf gix moatlid Dingle copies 25 renta. i Tu Oirgnnian irlU be pent toi o1 dirrctctl to one in '8EKMOk. i i Li I Tlttj particililr oceafiori Whicl has fit m arhoig ik tm j i _ j _ I L 1 esteemed tizetiHJ D I 1 F 2 r- IK tj JtL-l r m J X' I Equal Jtuitic r r T r i loittnerly Mel i ana two carae fcj in jnimeoliately upbn his titifr'ujnchj to thrcbmwt and i i t- iV T k who mnp. He possessed ao aC j f if ill i jp. boqy eh enabled him mproVKd nWiid had i tori i of hi j py witliout Jf woffelfor hri bib be an aching m oh ing anxiety. cja i 1. i i nthout tbiathe mai nad neve Kor one lines or three for every additional A liberoli tlMuctiou to yearly W ITie uuutbcr of iiiMertions be mark p'l on the other th'ey will be charged for are It' O Inns Asi'f-'Rs. I K i'la bteadjfi e anfl genf o an c The bird was made i ihe and dj appropriate element lio ijian ron ted and emjo be happy. Go4 is the Cl kindnesa better1 th wfll of proapefity. 16 ivery station dangers every n while bill ai i 'M '9 ipure' d its tioi kMd What are .re in da H St. l i i d lovctl It v NKK n 'rw .Market ii t Thi m 'jkre'tf but in li lJ5 J r a family ofi i He H. t 'rogon t Salmi. y yet Wrrounided w lie liuiberfoctlv IS I lit New Albnnv. u largo lultlition to t F i I I If li IJ etc I L'MitMfil tO AND ORNAMENTAL Ie cjiod liut tiuiberfecUv ettecincd 1 as iujlely and th'f. .ost he in .gera te fery P coiii t01 for I I T t J I t i t H .-H in llir of a ie mdjit iove with a fa I a lyahced 10 are iese led i i week ana werte s ng thle at Av W fillet wM to u FOB the Ore fonmp ae and for th being sweet though out froip under bed and my sixteenth' of a toom whei The Di. with- astonishmei ordered PoIIV Ann 'and i daye forjtJhe i tnmi exiep dttiagert ifillon wh m Redeemer. in of pride. We too.'xjf- tcn judge of hy than what we are. Set jit in jthc ca.se uchaidneizar. Daniel 4 30. s rttiitedj.Uice ftiiJ i liipun tlij1 atmiSug blit now f Ixurltl and waa nc we tal Him he derived J. i i L i i' 1 I ru fj 1 i t l i trntort and W tjne to forriake the good wfayj fcvci .millions bijt of Nep- 3d. We ary in of Worljlly confon from worldly BOC tend to uslibto the ed Jying streaijiJ. II si M do. i L i in i-t3 r 1 A LA W tf vlt- with h on 1 o to of d lihi tlytt lie an tiorolinv deiuM to anil forrcspondfpefc and to ihf Death of J. C. At a incuting the luffuibers of the 1. O. ol held at the officeiof the Oregofijaul niit for your the lejjt of of important 1 Let ii frjom 1 vtj tho klkull s put together. us vi. richtfs hjni lain iU thoU- and ipejtihmco th morfe th enJthc coinui pnrificdby 1 to ruak adversity. AfBtctinns hlavc b lot of all uum jsiuco full of min. God signs by these to Iml4 Ji on back from ruin. The loss of jbcreavtimontlH bodily afflictiajiB tend to o etelnal A factions arei adjminLstered by tlie tim The child requires must i O oft rue J. I.yiuan and S. E. wen 'd u committee to prepare resolutions o to tlio friends of the t j solicit a copy of the scnuoii delivered bi luanifdst in a bojtjtsiUeiiutlioJi of appropriateuoKHv to till in. life. at LS n and uioriiiiotis arid It nir requires purifyi nipping frosts of wintp m tue rng ul flic eartli. t i to prepare it for vetn- io our soujls need to lit' o f ok' Jva- w to be by the Wttcr world. are j Prosperity or Kcv J. H. VVilHurat tlw funeral of t icir late brother. h i L Dryer prcHontcd tlic following whirli wore adopted dia reftic togctlier with tlic should it be it has Almighty in'th of-Hfe inyatenoos prtividpnc be This in Wi mfay iinJ or iij Valq of WiatJbtit gion divine to th tlio i iiji at lonest is is near i Wier o sufierqd Ibut for a ihprt. Ktejuity ilt fai- the l. I our youth Where ikrife our fethrs mo 01 re n vonly In it.H r I i worthy Hero wq medt middle ageilj and tfte i 4 siateiig Ypu dnswer aAlica- bodies arc he ra and ttyeir soula in eW p iabd hihiverttal aplica- bodies arc he old. the poor tp tjljie hunhjftnd and t3ie .stor nirf nervant the me ur h hricl my ted t Subject j ilie tjvo arks tixl fij-HU briefiv td Prosperit companions if and souls in to a stiefcdy foir eternity. Dili vou say yoja are r ci-Dwded with ve by the nneug hand of death bu bcToW 'to tfie celestial atove. And whereas uit is appointed unt tc to ebttbse dfthed pgers rll Ifo4 man once to it liitento that voice which has said TC alwiP.0 1 J lluintute inan w to in any thing goutl or rcs.s in any botiuirsHor enttrprisd it W away. Do yo u The'reelions of the i bufc Sa the niohiinff of Do VHu I i i i L n yoii 'havd p So had whose aecounjtjwe did health give frieftds you hole near at f the1 ul roady and it cveu among kindred am. A a Bolctsm thing to but thiriira arc i more so to meet death ijti a distant therefore part of the Mumvinj Int. A co who knew the not onl w V JW a brother of the but a.s a maij entitled to tlie respect and cojifidjjuoo of would hereby tender jto his afflicted wjfej ami thq children God hajl our uni tod gy in pa thy anJ iu hour rn v i tnoir affliction. That while we deeply we can rejoice tliat the cha ojhjcbt i of pirtisperHy '1 te feral it of o ypu say this eto sickn -so had b raiuewlmt qan'j njeveitb-j ric oeods aiid those that were say you liave wor and woijdljt possess 1 you made ab preparatl 1 or aiid offer tlhia as a m y tja at i of vith- he h eart -this not i keep. yoi When death Imig duiokiHtuti t-forisderi- wordly plans with health tnith ra thfccakipf the op the IIOTIIC of tDimded of this isavagc and of foot Kikstuift lUPfe. it nu dcsait n vain llperity wi Take of the departed leitt a green place in ox nieniories for the many viftues he possessed whi' hrre wbich we trust were his pitsftport t a higher and better world. That as Odd-Fellows tend to hw family and the officers and members Astoria No. I. O. of O. our J- Durances that all was done tjiat human Pnv l' could do to arrest the disease and safe the life of Our but without MedioUj c and the kind and Unremitting Attention ru could not save him. He has his course upon earth atad departed. to his and a crown of Immortality to to liim of his 'vealtfl jit or i i. _i._j_i. ir onhaW. his is impe uki jinirincri nit r i fthc. oje tht itater n Ti t tsi is a ere .d' of his I beli 1 and Want of jneparation aad leaves y firom eternity acknowledged. Man diefe ndhim. nrtfe yditi byi what yott' coned every is but a step a mai add and prospects ons D hofar fr bave witness- a an mons oamej foil man who llad.b e waj iatd sifeuat 1 a 01 wife. as the and i i n to at an4 in a dtate of inser sibility. mv fiirsL trial. aT Inere'mrl. hftalnnp Sarfcrb circle of the but was spoken wi yo n i L i froiri entrap- a girl about 14 under tile bed and eneflt tl e middl oithe of yoi e The last Polly crept out ihalrp in- half our anon took d th 3 fray of T 1 fTtfL After pauoh they mn liter- P into tie iwmf W met- sprng out coilae see lim into'hfe ahd'femoVed 1 i his hand he then called i Lucy spreaf fl- pei. tib doctor a the jr knife i rcttn his to f'said old Eemarfeing to ijhe flr. pies baked and rate And taking Eer aeajt'oy oontin- V i i lUOCi T i Inere It ft alone addressing f Yon jttniet a tlie circle ot the Doctorls Mends. Doctor says you are terrible fond of.Dieu Betsv liny v After the Betsy She gave tei niothe the ret J wajs when thle last scught diy and fin time wepfithat f 4aB Peter's 1 T dcntical knife that was used tq spread the ladlwhen ihte and with the.pie wai a ejunrolled dbwn Alii day ffiusl the Dr. I great ajppareni relish. the carnc wjeither bping ver curilab being I retired j to res The Iiraisrid iriy long time I. lajyjin a half half I must for 1 dreaded ghotEfi anii Suddenly aroused hy some omi accent- _.. _ iV J II the ford Haillo.' I lookdd to my saw a large muscular ith his into my 1 was piece attd 1 wottld teat il on ate Ibis witli soon took pur leave I with injany thi nks from the jgood 'ut of sight of the I deposited m by the rosjd gave the n A fear ofjw jarying the patience my ifcat my life haai been But filled up with BU ph events als I have rdlatei In tbe year We emigrated 'to ray husband retired from the prfflctibe we are pleasantly situated on one My T J and am enjoying myself bette ever before since my union nfith frigfitcned u the. Doctor at hjH.icj ho. i .Recollecting jhat 1 wasal girfy if you want adantie4i and gathered coUrage t0 answir in the aagpaent your happiness so Wngi tivcL Where is and when 4on IOA-CJ with a-Doctor. EMIC.Y. wiU 1 replied t I h f b I cifery Fine i.it I did not xpccted him says Fiji afraid my-M never at I tjoM ninjt he home and if wjife got no cdifae agkin in a short tiunfe. and toerhapt the Dr. __. i i I .1 -it a.. n i his Visi- dly fall- eii when J wais again arojnjsed lly Has AeDlr.. got back yet I ansv ered. 1 A I r _ J_ J _ I bygor- c athome. lwaS of but'only for Iffeafd JVV' ed biim if his betiter a No i i i 1 i Bftys I to .e came g i next dal I sot was in the Mtcjien 1 i A. Ml pualy when I SAW lad flour and showed khem i seated I'll have a Present- thcptior man's ft as Washing i_ rJ_L' i V bi tfiween the hours ODD will the Bio. In ouryojunger we have seen the texccllencies in adis- and t the which I will rather sc-pms to dtstj opprobinim on the be is however much too sel- 1' I r L c benefis of the lO. of 0. F. narative I am abotrt to _ f fish aile concerned. N. E. notimany yeari a 4 .-i i caught the migratory fe- 3tnd prepared with the parti of his e ed my pay to mgrate Ito a young man m epmfo were very iir ddfer little 'baby sawifty be until bight setting remarked that to fyaye the Dr. see d torn thit he had id would nit proba- stxti hlis oul yafltir of tp West leaving hie M i i t 'i f t i HO suppled with ample means to together wiiih fe tavcOing edu- he should have fats Bne'cif tea West. i i ltd jjoin i buti they were so f J .-iik ajMJdotvsto have the Pr. see their they it possible migbti be at hoJie before bccordingly the horse wak put it Jhe-sta- e son in jburheying to his travel- the pub through hi c i t up the Hudson fel sicfc andi somewhere some of his cmpaniotis fell Ijove with t uwail stroke cf inotaJity aibong tiat between you and dejath blowing and yave us for e i sonfs sajse iW the jn port c at- natjuife tmakes for the Year IBfl. Lrea ear1 ros .e ii fit in Lvman A. I. J. J. 4 Watronoco No. 74. MOM. 103 59 I Ohio. Presque Vort Uamariwfcbtta .T. T. ff t 1 H. Waabangtbn Seneca do -it N.Yo. 9 Teim. 19 44 i 32 10 It i ft may Vul him. There jjiust the whclej worm Healtlt is thb balin existjeiacc. What iv Biififerinj J.- O April 1851. Sir A meetiftg of the of She Independ Ordeu of held this day at office of the Editor the undertaigned were anioJnteA a to quest of for a copy of die s mon preached by ydfu at the fiineral of onr mentod J. We trust you may Wt deny 'out j the same spirit the the fraternity in no and Respdothuay T. J. i L. LE S. C. Mir. tho t sdetajs bsi QfiJSOf Th sttipf I M ids fintierl ou ien bi ir i L I p rna n tljie ycajr there will be two of the as Allows aba his mf i i j i j tlemselvea At hdrap. They until after and Bought best his after tea the Dr. came hoine md tjhe littlb baby must be atwnded to his and robbed him'of cverjf he possessed. rie iiamediatelyl made knownj his to tlie Captain of the assured edif tcly iea thought alon it would tye useless a believing that the money coiild tiot be found. kT the to land was.catt parhapg dak tlicim. fathy for the lobs of the ydu ll' _ it af t d me to a t irc Hh.ninir r t t i i t i I i i tt.e the KA i time of FW1 Moon. iMslble on Hhis Weed twas a lov i time of Fall Moon. on L Tlf' i lyihc ot e nai say to w lial ec of States. e1 of' beautifi JTeb vibible in wil jj 'be id with the should have p easant not a cloud a WIW he his sitpatioiiJ The taken a 1C JAMiW hit. O. Fi-of wh hitn atltlte- ng teeth first port he mjgjit enter. the Gap- gums did expressing regret and svm- Ts mofiey. the young jaian i i NO. 31. 1 tad left the best -according to his .ent. He had potatoes m to sell in the h J Fruui Calfwala By arrival of the steamer Sea we 4. again under obligations to Gregory Co. Go's Expresses for files Cahfor- niaJpapert up to the 9th of firom which we'gather the following SAN April Stt. raJTis of this morning increased the al- ready dnljness of trade. But few operations todtfjplace this and these were scarce- ly of any Has fallen our lasf i consequence of the fcho sifice Saturtlay EJIO standing this many holders seei determined hoH tfceir prices firm. The more we reflect on Ac progpeete of the the more we are inclined to bfelkvfi thai a betier time is near at Wjheri we kaow that-further shipment of not now in de- are we must confidentlv ex- pect anadvancement'in price. To those distant from and who have not opportunities of receiving informa- tion relative to trade carried on with this we will simply state within the past four SEVENTY-THREE haw mostly and twenty-five have cleared in the same space of time. LIQUORS of all kinds have increased in sup- but not in price. Preserved Fruits and Liquors have arrived in large and arc dull. n f. Dry we have nothing rfew to notice. Scrip rcunaons still a doubtful article. Few seem inclined to and holders arc tenacious. general tone of the market is unchanged stock moder- ate. The accounts from the interior are tliat stocks are light and prospects good. A sale waaimade on Saturday evening 350 tons Liv- erpool coal at This is a decided improve- and the probability is that the best coals will go up so as to at least cover cost and charges. Anthracite has also further improved. Barley is 6e. Flour may be quoted at 5 in sacks of 1100 Ibs. We consider all building materials as having an improving tendency. The etfck of manufactured tobacco seems and is hardly so California. i i THE DUEL between of Ala- and of North botli members of the U. S. House of off of without usual funeral procession. The duel originated in abusivp epi t in debate the sefet Inge. After shooting at each other they said they did'nt mean that all the epithets applied politically. .With this they let the steam and quit. So at all T we have two gentlemen in the House of Repre- A t Col. Cmtrier. COAL AT A DISCOUNT. There Are a num- ber of ships at from loaded with but there was no sale for tit when tie Union was in port. They re offering k at eight dollars a ton. Ib. N Two violent earth- occurred at Acapulca while the gtenm- Union was lying there. It was felt very on but more so by tfyose the on efollog I anS I Aattordd myself i rihi _______i ihc-ncxt i tlie sun was .11 j i brdpze. wajs blowing rds wre the his card he was a Of aa t was a lovely such beMn in j 47d. 41m. sou and bo seen New Cai V4ft for a ride 1 myself at aln when the one of the Ves ie Bailor hiuJ wo1 prtification ecame visit a i i in tM harbor. riches are hiili m 3. A partial ecHp i of fii is or aoito1 W frii _.. rfi in IP hai in fof oV A to Lai To T. comply I. 0. of 0. WtJl impenetirabl IrlgW1' clone IM e iooi H4w iih .wr led ol an ri---1 1 e1 lotejl nut for pi f the the Keatipn toy JB. yoffir rebuest to of Drj J. iCp. readily and fiiends may findui they nijiy deriye c d W noes p I shaft be able to write It was delivered. upon my as soon as it othewise mj map ay proven ht This fi That Better ftaifo in IniAiliinliW of Lblb DTDt I iver ttej of care appear i J remain your Qbedieht sdrvwat ana frinn j r April 1851 b -if i i Ho ipii tie ffoi kh t w CJouyfey to UMdtoto Somo iKdrnitl th t'i m idi n aportj 81111 at. the fSl p Moon. isil a a afldi the sodtbernJi' 4. b .i Jin i U4 j i aWi a feW idays be- Men abd ampu- that qnsftDie ip his Ufa. it m and proper. Irlimediately jOn ibis beini ed his felliw passengerei from thi loat to a room in the ne aent for tlie and e desired When they came and his artless tAltj df misfor- tune they Ithen retired in one conker of the -i room and die enquired if tiJefe were any papists im day as answerW in the tthe 1 had to see some if the or deac hoL and W was the sent for fat deacp rty T'v In which O i i. my happi- yeifs passed had enjoyid Uie young into 16 ri but little. every fflg occasion uua Dr. was I of L. t. lipse 'first' t place. N1 isjin of a itch it O 3 an nijddle of E. ail 1 _ I lipse oi the ipeara 'at 5W bi or to Qu tlie desert of fe lot the iTnlted khis islVinl hard. Th- kivvte j i fourth Ae Wes 01. AttW it little pro this I was ed the BJmtteir in Misters so Tnnf hear all fchey an yavposior lim. W f -m-m fi njjoinent. w is ready to i I i under the idea that ho hac in his upon uner J tihe thouMit that in the harbor. It cauS9d 7A i PARTZ trJeft quartE from a newly discovered vein in Gold Grass been exhibited in Sacramento. The says they arc the Behest overseen there. A LaGravc is said to have pounded out of tW by Laud between sis. and seven thousand V FUGITIVE in San has decided that a slave brought to by his is emancipated im- i meiiiat-ely on his arrival in California. MAGNIFICENT PEAR. Ws received yes- por Adauis Co. throngfe oar friend D. a with the note please an Buerre packed with others by the Maa- trunk itravdlirtg card witfi. I. O. of fa rtf tK iess enjoyed any. time t type ior al p pointo ha4 freqifent ui tb a- i inj can mqVi i i .1 i r h ecupse Char I nortMJIand ea the r whioh H takeslk S. in Caspian north. one e Banians were ling naturally ve an. nnhft r S1 thaf and a timid j 1 feoWd not fee eiher-' once mdre tion to m. 90d. ta I L6 n lad COW ajfter i t J J. J had llhftrit tl often 9ir eed for .too weafc to eliows 83 Horticultural the practicability of transportin to test i fruit through the tropicalclima'tee. Thescj peace were brought by our express. Respectfully at Cfe Uiattbc immectately toaile fcnowln situ- test spoken of has been and that fruit z w the apd can easily be brought across the to CaJ- Cal. Courier. ar to sucn teart of suchj deacons be 39- size mere oon limps to 4 middle the northern sta X-S iti Wd in Ae fiddle uthern Sfaled tibbht.2 3 jfcgitej aij Ne1 f eilfose at I M ftucl a wtffe tod. I bore it amunnar. In a few years wdl'reco4cfled to my te lly ftjSked ride 7 d to 6k and Dr. OC- minds us On one neigh yisk rate Sti tla a we the dry shabfcy j fat ito ho saw a tor'- Dr. says S forty- mkn with all on his SANDWICH .arrival of tho .pplied himwjtisufficient brig Wm. eveniqg brings mtolligencr y from Honolulu to the 15th ult. Our marine intended by rbporter' unable to obtain airy on would head or but was informed by the captain aad pawencers that nothing of interest had transpir- ed there since our last dates. A difficulty with tihe French was fully government despatches respecting for the U. S. and British naval commanders ifa theso we un- 185 OK 1 notice that of ii I i- i ii AT at a vt thlatpota ices a pa celler with ItwiU the that he nflia when ho s iijt his that could the judged The peekafter 11 I r .Mi- 4 MAN at -s first I Brown's on Weber Abdrew gave W St. without the least prov- further tKim a slight tMt murdered his Ing five stabs with his knife. j _________ TSobit Was taken into and though toes1 came eseitement by ftfae act he was allowed tjrial by a jury of of the men. After a fair representation the jury found and sen- j tenced the crimiriJ to verdict the far-1 was immediately pot into L f JH i r 1 'f IT'   

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