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Oregonian, The (Newspaper) - May 24, 1851, Portland, Oregon r i .11- r i1 EVERT SITlR th wrnf.jr of Front and ORF.OON r J. DRYER PriuU-r rff the Uiiited I1V M S or v a 1 u one to IMI will be to fur tkrfflj 11 tl lie all .0- ter i t m h snee i i' .houtrh le I'd u T 'f t j 'J n 'P-J- VS-HK Viwrouver rrtf V H vi s H r t 1 I'LKiJ A 1 rone .'v.-i to mir arc I.V AXDORN AL PRINTLXG Rf 11 14U '-A R in rv w th C reasuuublc L Infant'sjAppful. In tli'j vnar thn inb.abitamtf5 living Ui a oti in ivortlienj of the state of t -ru flatiwnrtof were mouas a band tljfit of the ooiftntry. Jjv i_'ii'rtiou bad to discover in iu this 'nefa on fcut u vun an va Kii iunl dns traiKpaoti Itjunble anianUn were sto- m dafiaiice of thts ut- ai of al A tfe n' n f- trial ro tli- ed h n all bf i.an i n Irflat 8 V or W j i its a was kvoll Upon tlic kiloquonoe and JLiplon titdfc c-On h n to be 80 C 1 stattnitted to the to makftnp their vermct. i L n ..If v sun theUieirdSet o' to not beort stood witi and care.. During stato citizens re- siding the nsgiouof the tJior- y and were wound to E.ucii a pitth that a bo4y of iiiejn it was to put a srop ovt'S. Shorty aftor tlairi menc -d word tf'is coijivt of thu a a stolen the ou the a timn to which had nld then br J er ets. houmi up in tno Bqrt had bfoa -mpou us UQ hoin'st upright the Cnpfeain dt it his dutv to at least wxaiUiiue Lis farm and as- V iu truth or falsity of the he summpnt'.d souiU'half a doz- J en of hid Riiuff.Ts to nieei liiin at n spot not ii f from liurt'H uefore morning hu sat out tor tho wan not bari'ly disoi-rruiblo iu ami slight hazy light of outuintr dawi i O Usd tliii whure as thi- Kaugcrri of or si had not ybt penofcra- uaan witih tlicir fearful untly approached and tjhrue of tbe ed fe rttt ir in j' iotfl. it bi t .s o ruble i e ier'ii tnd JT- to pay- ti ill of sick I near K IT J V KJn-iriiiM'-told by aSidf asked if an 1 a Well in y t6 Were think to you and tjettbe da to fen- w w u hid iflj goi H _ i r I i .01 a to thy dwellin X oi r sorrow. her plre ire' a m T' the dclleriuiu of a _ ater' silo 8' Ijrain to I T it- -rr in of Cr. tf f hh were K i 'f ores obtti moc F ifofttioi WS tftf toi 111 ae of rttMW refused tb take the laws of i it nd fs 1 P H loi W irel ii itnish WHi el W 10 ij i M '-I an' u iad no no F y ila t theni incbnmjrfejijt M left w of an opposition paperf. have u shdrtfnotice. The 0cii. far meets Witt little public favor. The country ia .in steal suf- P ffoni. ravages of the near the'jQity of fiia leea idoes jrt_' a onei ttle slip and i m be a plainteT attend-his of the waons oi mas by a company o thq fifteen drove tjbe escort ear- off a large qwmtijty goodfe. This oe- at 10 o'ielock in tie The Gov- ertu sent is severely blamed by the Mexican papers for ite apathy in relation to these out- el T J' onflictj tJiej m o raw 6n uffi fc ai fclfetf beti ittitle Wldi-d 4n uee.s. Baicl H b i wl -K-Ilt an the i ra 3fl ii M tP M ivn T ivi w letter from one of tbe Tehiutntepec Surveying C i attached aa IS tiis H ia1 lltfW tiMr EWtk ofwif an4 an- Wfcjan excellent harbor Las been fontid at the the Isthmus of i I vessel off all fiisra find' a irafe an- win oni chorage. This is in the Bay ojf about t fnoni the town iof Tehjip.ntepee. ii f i f t j i T 7 i T r f f p Woe of iis shores ex- t j tfce bottom is a compact ipisture and af- aft esjCellent Anoffler is fotintl the Bay of j ou firo nfiles to tlie West hin til ui 3 ra TWS tnw the -T-'J m si ni Mlffi BRITflSH A Ivacancv in die Legislaluite of Canada has acaucy in ti jocbasioiW a imem tlie death er froni tiu 'Mi W TI J sopplylfais'tplade is forward to wiwi as affurd- of public Amjong tile W yf avid Thom- Coiuity of -.1 ieb a Ishate on T oppoimif eajfc to 'J i if HWO anio was of nmch Oi to the the Ciiptain pro- with tiliu others t-o the broke and found- minting buivu. J j hiid boon safely a litigjeriugdoubt Q rejtnauiod of Hurt's and with a determitjatiod niakesucb an ifyfo of him ats wuiikli from a the Riugers returned to the house. In the Burt had aris- and upofe coming to was aeizjedby in and upotk the was informed that la uuinial was found and that cohsidoml a thief.' Mutterinir something about w b- .df to nang tbe criititual a large elm tree tibat grew in front of his it being such an aet would atnke terror I ill itlfle ttrfift is in r tl lie leiil ft- ie res id the Geman jto bef leltrncd e seen-'lli the i hdHt n ry c fort dUi roJellfalfl ih f lill f _. Cbl nf rt had two mqntlis befbliWj J i L tn in Ii ifii into coaHt nn th the JM16wing fiic'tt fni ittle jftliee fed b i i oris m Hjhe to fellow ftfef a tut Ii ia f his God efirtte their words 't i vi Out lunJcouLd we n BtLl r re in the i Wei Mipself to that J 'f. M d of aarv- 'ai o r el 'an wjlo would come to this at submitted .over captors iri store hiifa. A atjort consultation triw it was h t t to wha vrl- 161 Pherb Bi'e Iof I' Ii. N m m Bi f n and dismay into1 the ranks of tte thietcd. as Burt had asked half rtd to.pt'epafe'for and the sun had in his golden b Jataf flWirfent arrived tfhich 1 M'h h a c dine tteri ctiid rru it po pi a a tl 'j bf we '-colurt are i form ncit f m ntee e Us- I filom ichn lie cfcilOc aitttarte. db leki-ri f1 I I J J if Kicli to- LS it- iboiijart JniW i nt tyrn'rrw For For For For mall bags j i n near BuffiloT has Bee n .litical established i m of foutner ap-1 Haidjrhftnd Corffifcyl It composes Hkembers i i witii of land. Thejf tb bo thai in a j rosperoui and jhav.e gaiped the respe and good wfll of the com- l tl 1 i 3 TT l WF r I J 'I'l t Aj bpen frofa the home 'iiiuent Russell Caibuiot would m mend ffee. pafesaire of act of Psrlia- A Provinpial Legislature to ado pfi njeasupeg for the regnlatibn df the Cleri Refejrves. Lond tenplaints are fcade of ni of 1C ro be J eui ikad en st war r m A l ani wffl 6' would laonch Him intoi uvan-fl t hia father mother for with trembling tbe.-old lady sftpnJd fettering forth from. th0 and kneeling in suppUant mood to hla1 ippareatli In vain had1 of IS bosom knelt m teara as to spare his for each. Ranger had ji suffered tBore or less in and they deemed rfi as. example absolutely iieoessary toi deter oth- i aa4 it seeded aa Buxt. imusf ftf. i The dreadful preparations we.re .completed alf hour Had expiredyTand Ithe arrayed Wter a fimb of1 a a.rope wap. throwi end.bplu .noose t sent w cr 1 f 11 ee .ti t6 bed of of' Hhe j 'but t ftc' bf fo b L J4 dU iod isi rt tell nE 'V I rtf oi .-t iicn ii dttle wHl is HxMJ. Alice Mr 1 the 'moi JO e inc laves lct liiettn endine or the Its whithi It buratii fora f a iipS JO For .For new jnaja.Jp 'nil For roida of' incndenb from tlife men to Uie Wire aud evdlfljiof the present te it Is fciki I l 1 il ii Tp _ l 1 li 1 i 1-- l i I Th .t tbe disBolut to a l f k _i i i of the. rope for tJiie question. of tihej Jeauita' Estates has prrtchwied a general 'nt i i O1 law t j i T H xiU' Snltheoltini of Vf. L. tbMstn wltt foir services to tHe 1 T I OF FlCCRE Jl m fc' j fc r in sncfc I nine bv or by any ein- aiidlthe tfwo fiflttres the pro- ar P fcbne sevei counted for as oiumi ssion el iaqi x a rs. r i i A the prisoner's atid'taie ooter heia by thrree ohhe ea-me a moment that stilhiess the jiifcrilrig of a fellow feejag into a future while is three strong men whju thei Bpi'- Sfee the ti tichtenimr around the tae .wife i Jjurt TS- att infant Ktf -j.j- .'T arms. It waB igivbn Jiy tke noose peo frtimfthe than ifj B 111 if he should die 1 j firsts last k iug the d 4 I and tb B i i 4o ir-- in 8as eo of and ID erman listance ires b. i i 1 in each if added amount to 9 j for etatHple 9 times nine Is S and 3 maMe'9 ani so on with the other i j i fit i Thle figures the amouit of will also if added to- make 9. And if any n lira her whatever fey o .fer and A s il T I en be ts o i I f. er1 Tjft i itimi i tj r. rei she f her 101 1111 -f aw 01 q niein. I of hi ihaa Mexbtn if-fr-1 was b. vm a i 16th produbt be added tocether. the stoniwill be eith- j i l I _ f Ipg or a mnltjiple of.nine. the product 1 Multiplied by is t of h of it she L 4 n0 one. wh figures akided together i nhicigives cWis three times 9. the amount and the feuiii of re A NEW Tfcoy York ladies at their hich draw Jike a cn- Ali tfae most bewitcKingjgirls wear ciaiiktej labeUecl one snulRig and i F M i P i 7 acre in eonie wheite tJie ditri- a price as highj ais twenty-five 1 e Ul aecortts d on I j t ui tin 1801 tin alnd. rtiffic aud d f VMlyfi ..BHtalffl is kind-U. inr. bi i soul. I swop. T m Nuil an E nd indirect i-e b Icriml e la e difiere tat' j.re 'ie idea ess-. df. -'lit Thihse V- obtained. Grentlemen are fond of leiing this kind of fiuit from tke go in For it according to weight of I and one of tfae neys-papers says t Ore at cpe 'natic n. siaity-JDwo dofiars in a single gen- actnAlly purchased slcvtn worth ofi are n I I Ar 4 tvery to j ine iktartrt- ifit extras r- fTie An- i JB The British officers wefe confident possession of New hi 1814. of who happened tritb'an Irish resident re- 'V a and newly who nni I will'nevefrf oe fi C of the wafceify t a to a days tb the en- of the that tiie British soon be in ixissession of the f as would be favorefl with suppers k atid Wfe. The That as to flieir flatting d seak UvaTaato thei I Lcpeapi com at -.1 i their being i U GJOOD farmer i lit an Invariable to dfepoRJng of bis more tbfrfi exact jostle y he did. so. itAed me Wt one jomr- I can- God has T .1 wor rectify w i r I r
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