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Oregonian, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1851, Portland, Oregon T. DR THK K V E11V 1 1 i t J' Ci iu -1 i f I- H 'I ll ft BY T. J DRYWi'EDITOR PROPWEtflrf Aro thft No visible to tho to our f JL cj j ii hit I t 0 l U I'LAIX JKTAL Tlilk r n fled frici tho ted St il v n n 1 b 1 y I M T K H in -on r ju 1 t. 11 11 I II I V H U f I i'V immUiT of in-i other v f Olil CouLl truir Is flis t-u a of U f. til 41 i b wi TO 'ffira in i E i K Il tn n. 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CO it easej bu d stob ttf r sistEf or Hwo to i tio Lo aain pi die housb llialb rtiusifjcan b itj-isnticessairy fojr tfcem If violtnjtlv r i our. or 1 scve lap r BtllUl u. t aftdr diiuior prouiatca c .aft raot an niommit we ovor th knmv J idtt Pe n fPiej 'Wnc ni e fi tijo vhi a Th j.ly tn think nbno who him woifld fnind on his part tltoagh or iniliU'iice be ujay lie Miitli. not. if'-H-nitnptiofc nofeinnglR from tito sttu'it wOifld tv 1 I iriiH that imjior- I'iie rr-pouHc'si at is saidT are uuifuTiUr ly t'riuol'UH. ux-li'.ss say far-flS-we hayi iwblthy'of rdgjnl th w ft as til y tef.'Sifcdffir Uttt'- i 'be al 1 aifmv oth ha e init tluim bo. as th i1- 1 the roinmiHiicator Jr i 'l a man 01 tK-ciaq and iniinu aric C lat u W fcU IV .s VK Jiot Ml 1 Ul d thei n if. I fb ll a in- nriued ttlac n hie' a nt1 is' 164'any patticf a -I r aud to hed urn P our 40c tb we qottnt I' V- II 4 that .1 Ti ea lier M 10 nnwo1 niU4 htod 11 uih.bctte l i i i it is n i a lido el Divert exit tlie Hav far it. ifljt wet ilallest fit ty i'nd if wb lhai n rtd dre we c il iKo ai o poor o lie a r nd u 1 brit cntoxvk- of ttaiia enced by tfep thtlii IV A s 'i_ i rnJ on Ibwi It J is tstilkfclll c pkli th to jre some sipenr believjj th Jim to uiiaiiali' r ver ruin lie c the Jes ru E jtdcc mi allowikl to'fhWt ll. a or Ltl rr Iine ub I b I W require nuy 1 las ict tO it is h vqn icii n M- iuu i ftllsortH at black We Oan do- that ifro J F l l should like ttibb ever 3C never or the or thj h thinff beatingj BOfais frckh ouV tho igi might to foite tin ca n ro ai j and who purports ouh v il i1'. o if and are very like T -r pf speuttu.r while oil earth. But afc J f F arm Mr. had the HuJnon Ra.cn a cnnsciuus boiforo we on this earth -matnor had an uxiatence.-but not a i i. vouna UJpJi existence. J ffjks ut at anc 'ar ij Ie Aro any spirits' which iexcrt an evil or inaJkrnant imfluciicc on hun'ian and eon- Tint bcouutfc of not beosnse flicy do Mon ofjhiP f their infoHof Qraniza- W Are there any.Iraraah Vhioh.halve pass- ed from tfhlch not in a of pro- or mJprbxemcnt 'No but shine pyorfcress dowly.' hkying very gross organization to mfti. Do you kiiow Edgjir poet inatetf and nninma tirict then U8 ex- r a with 'V taitu L o 4 OJ ii tl'hia e liito i ee. 9e E 66a' W las worn Idrcn. aott N h i' f. thp oypr J 1 lite- and Weldss-E e fonder leteitfo i pij i Mdt KvHtten iiet of Mr. t wife r cull jlrbccbd i J ue ed lie iis save ib k i 1and tin jma d me rpowfjred oil rtrcatiikeftt to the 1. iSiJpi-l to i Oil nn un oai n -l liitk r iobe n fitted i safe of this reniri tl uottentot any boni roB. the Jod u. w two j n ai .at cx if i-ifl Lt.ii to mt witfthpf but if thd I air with tl of enti i i _i .T wra djlofcc. But'liip rave will 1 fin AH is is fl uti i ca 'in the nuj r- 6f iguishable o 10 ed 12 tl M i t l 11 b I How-'A LLljiro. long article In what sihejfe is he 1 have different .claifeifiqaiion-'' from othcra Question i Wiping is in 1 titosielcrj tlw third spheie. IT the 4tt i for rale of W Me ina' fiit u i AUEj tottr ibl q an t Hie uial rcr b in tit HW i4l Rcuiifc Ipt rw b 4Cll pUM as Jtf ft. ow Ru.sft L tiofe'.eoic serfs. natior'df file i II e -Ca. .lidlthey.ca en int A GOOD JOK re the 'rdldk ai n uialu OToff. iid to oU'tr birth days. Ho Was on't Sudden wealth in bad to the cyc-pightt Let sawj-er draw a ten thotLsaud dollar prize in leaa than a even the inaa tliat asod to sccu- houtno- Ha t c0 2 ti not li hisp uj HI Priicelit i as the vo ever broken a herse ifiqred a wplwB three oi wagons i Ai Irish xitness being anked what he kacw character for trutji and rerac- in yerhoaotrfeiufje ivor c known wr ijias heiouB clainj Poor of the doetor proposed rm there kid td thdfeolob TI i f r one i Id.' f 'Lad an lady i i .A quaint aid gt'Dt had- ife garden M-lio was quite the' ce ly'the wagtel of to 3U wnei State 1 J 'tH1 editors of tlie cnt felr. said he to hf ever see a-snail Jones. H sakl the old m0t. for you could never t' i at work p t a slave Baincd f in rcTused to buy a jrfter a partial baacain to one te t f 'I 1 wA bsitl on iff oo so. ana gave a iieasoa t We lild'njt obey and Tom a r Mrs. ei CO 1' 0080 9yi tNoTE-H-In madp throw i i A j i i jw mt 1 I Wrt I purporMd to bq from Foe V J ..I lie is said be in the sixth gpcere.J t lirtinutcs' tad I T f t J T T 1 I Are tliero any spirits in a state.of nuderj or UTU. ifttTl 1 i J C r 1 i 1. 4 1 r ap aa tp feel thtfir a burden yiar' There are some menUtl because thot aot Are separated from tieifl as to cftuse them 111 'J. .T ll the society df those they love best L' f I If they Blight been with those fdends h tages iqi Victor in 1.1. j ff.lF i Sevcflji years T' gUd Ihiaa a tYJpf iilitei Wea was e toj Dr niottn- inhabi j progressed Are then iha .existence of DeitiF f i do ijottl disbt Ii iiny .who 'of etej LditTon 01 the.bli They may at -but Does in Mr. tiow ie the Divipe ifeVes of an ai if no His than e ni ojiled jjreti etreiigdh'in F OF' M priewsaft hot byt. partidipai less out a b. o tsj of till man wno ca of tn 8 ibJ .0 u throwing1 that men are going to hoise they without any Proviso for J M 4 ii' iiTfie sweetest are th ir in qiuiet nooks and hedrts are thotse whose -i L- solitude'and'secret. e. exican war he scqiiel pifove4j jft his' flie whc kn do nt r wjho ktk- vcr Bo in dcfl i j 5s thfc soul Of a outward Jte lov the is fals the righ irj naji-e thaui pbftafeipn tpiyil wolrds break no t a one H1 -1 no aaalthe' re flojw Tiic distinct s ica ic was n sterner tin tioijrfht i it thai Is ilV moi that endures have that uijider eiy Lreeze thieitr o e iiowieoi tl eir conteippt fdn a ai ia have oe ablo to choos for itself. vs. STEA nnd told him it wa.s my bdtacical JHojsv so said it is coveted .ferith I l that is orilytbecause it ia6 uot yet come to age of disc dfypiee. Tlie you have tor andiil thought unfair ia mo the soil bowardd roses and Etiaw- He ti ie and pop' Mfr WOJ had1 inv i s to act on of 'ofi-XfurB toHllife balL A i t the JKOS Efcuke bets I WVQ on 'i i k vttia Wgotadiai rb tWni of L i y ioa-1 ff M and ll S des JrtWsrlW tTlri K wf ave The ievettie J aons fro bftlj on thei CB i i 'Ughith. 4 u- h i I i' 11 O adi .Oi ai F ia- l iwQi W f fr I fth- t' 'H dbft t ..lit O on ac. STO T- tr fl ce rrad .UD leaguk way line is ko L M .T si tffl ie Jboi H 'Journal a- th. i Jl VI i' jfop td OuiTUARY.----A WCHtorfcl tlie of a resident of tW'cftin- u He eainw to his death by fcoo'tre- dtliontiy nibbling at th a of the tich socjn placed hHa in a Bon-traveling QU.I iHe llay out the ttight previous to sjath cotton gin in this aJpd bd ioo late on the following uiorui iftd1 to be.of much importanee in He had beit tf i t to h I a ays H ers CISCO thein afii jtfiejf Mre day r .ewaa rt i P0t fit H hi IS in St- ll to the an aict hoi .3 f B th H.jRo 'and- ftjo Fhin- to tis iij .1 Jf- A bpll hab been manu atl M tl iOT-j m the 1 t e n passing such ted ti q. the uu4 foij the Pii d pure i _ 1 1 i r bi Thb Scbtch arc A fell. colnvic 10 Ipsp a y Ajnc for a ea waiter n Liberty fia-iitbiiCSal. a.s in iWora wiih which Sergeant Evcrhart life bf dol.J at tlie It will De remembered that o TJarllton's in the act of slaying iColohel from who observed ftan- ger B aninr The ushed forward and with one sfirofete ffficd i EMAINS OF afcdut G niilaa. froni tfasi the tusk of some in the sand about 16 lee tusk was not leps than 6 1 -2 feet long i t i at tic'large end measured 18 mete in tin Tery 'A SIXTY CENTS. kee qtnred t t -of two j op .kiaig ajr i .time w qd aud which ts at and aud jm- Of 800 a of these such 4 origin L I i 11 i AiRBOK talk of raising lUrbor. Ricinc akcaj lOOOfor ley'Jcjf 4nedge out the rra6t to asix- eft of.tbe r v- iLU-J
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