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   Oregonian, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1851, Portland, Oregon                               L -I t r i- t -i 1 -i-y i r i i-- .M s. I -r I n-f.' xa v. I 'i If U I M I_________L1_ T. J. THE GREG j 1 -J T h I IAN. EVERY tht Offictj Bwtf Jkfomwm PORTLAND.J BY T. EDITOR AtJD of the Sites' TK R Far copies 25 Th4 wfll dinoted k months be sent td clubs of DO1 at the same en lire i.rria U5 n three A li k- 111 be contln ugly eral For for every. N SfST The 01 on t-bfl and charged ftocoi Tta fbllowiog gentlemen to receive tabacrifitidns for JAMES G. D.C. THOMPSON t New York. i San Fran- s. oeiilrer ibe the I hatf JOHN D. E. St. H. TAPFA I. B. Vaeoa. NevMterket. D. C. LA urtgon XORRIS Syracuse- R. C. New Albany. X. at the DALUS. JKSMI UmpqaA. W. Neamith T. Salem. i NATUVN Saarie s Hiving I D of new PLAIN AND received a addition to our Wo arc enabled execute POSTS BALL TicKK-n ID averj variety LAW JUSTICES' do. RECEIPTS CHE CONCEPTf LAW f witU t k j 0n and O R The Ghkto HE ST C of L AiC B ory is at onoe to 11 of citi- l assur o read ised i i Imi lost' te utt f A h f. tlWF ICfl of linklerefit in 3 ddrn- was e Hbthe Wupa- 4' S M J spuieUikiea CO- aVe u R O e .a ui 91 r111 n- 'P an I i chaise liiwo w si Stl withW attrtcllne WitioiJt ord ik I Ve 'as so or- it w t Isi nqarlhurfor iaud the She Ml of the o i liti bci t vol' tier w w raucte you ierc sod y oy thel hlo- b to el nirabU n SrJe itai a .ouis d two kaible aM cvin a ill Ijief figui-c. 8' t ro e r ery to I have thjo t To be a Jdw m the b3 diprived ejf half the neaahip. A-tnotti other which thjy are lo a district of the town qalled the formerly the gates were locked from stittset du- ring which period no one nennittei to pass out ConfidM to such Ift they have Li aotaeof Is eaSV ttf step la- cjfijber Ijro'ie tdj Jell e greatjj is si od onec she to get i ttee. npt ter 0' L. r 'If j -s ji i -W JlfiteA 4 N 'll r- 11 F f- a 'it W I i a businl On afctentioi thb ibeLuty ol i Ohi to latl in e i4nJ bud Sfee leant W stre I Vf .ti t- TTT fa. -.4 t' i i IF- J ..tiiS 4 f W '-Wl ItfU A 'H H J UV I. r .I 4 L I L-- L. 'i 'd W m n 1 I R i er at e o ai Ihe 'ive dfi it t-t I i 1W- to aud c d Jf jlrf 'Shleclutcriedlhjkldof rot shoivllLhc auvdnfc ia RonleUj At iot all fro-jt b- ust i yo oughl on ity col imei lea I liishduldlltve tlMght th piedU m r S'S m I Ifo o ice. c ery I'O at turn- i a id 'of the 1 jtoilell m. uttiiidn of v j L i j wiib- p au iends ip It ust in J bujsawjfhiit wjretjcli r l 'A oas to' I I leave o evedbj.tuis cor finai II paufefll the fcr re aft LT s a coutJ ie trt k -S t ii 1 I te t -.t T hut had that ft 1BI 1 I nue of hita. ca ancc ory t lo'iiiatttir to 'foryiti I will kin I uam crowded housas toge i i i J itT- i thp br rather H aeiroas from roof to ttnofcW. The the laxariotip1 black prtoducod of the are char- aqteriatics of the women. scanty g 5- which have ffrown Idictepit througSlong W oi tha and the stranger h very eafilly tett Wheii hi what Catho- W Roma its by the mis- i t tllj characterjstb as reini plates of tha Ghetto are district. TOs people losing all sittse oriental depredation in. the auxBty for gajiti. phrivelled hands his clothes in the hope arresting hie prowresi worn-out tawdry fiuerv J ier thrust bafbre iQ the hope of tempting mm to pur- chase. Tne or ratherl Is dsvoted to any particalar objictof gajUi. broion and pawned ajre mixed in the most absurd confi pion. And this fittfunejfaii t it iiW. .fcrv dth tile .ifat IwMc su1 SietiJldk wH t ti bcdiutjful one aid strdi '1 sec '.Lot tjie stiq tW rais otJ a i i flnidoiu c ii iO MUjngjJtl istbo'i wafii of atbb an ibbj weft ua it ePP tolAUblhrlkr -t I' iiJt EL a H I .t Inn i i ri 13'tbe lip ofjl lOe -a if beyond tn.9 pale of ChristLLm is faf bc- without the pale cffi ex- hibiting the height of Paris with dainty footsteps trod soft may be seen of an afternoon endeavoring to fthcir way through.tno greasy aud abase each other inj lanes. The Israelites must have depute to tell whenever any particular is approtaeh- in y strange article which each wm soaren ia precisely that which is display- in all the shops.. Ifthq lady-aoirte to pur- the most Valuable specimens of the roi are upon her and if she Est the are unrolled as she t and Invariable tlhe able to read the almost to a torn era1 means and requires W the stjan finest dyei and richest fabric draws n of lews ap From the o r to be the others. Tte a extent of their n h tentionA. Go disgaised yon they vier ytta. The grafted the progeny wfhich would astonish thfe aiiroitncsi oif our own peculiar tribe of Lovis B iM Mli TI net I tlio first I tiai te tThf knW bi fbej i' u'ntl trjrJg I1 i oahVlUt I giv ing un .ir dbn t Ho isl b uit aharactors ippefsod. Ho cud ko ipblaj i f i i ii bold liAi-sb m I once a cow rt ird oneo 036 ich all atltri trua nfcceI i You of this that lijanf u bje kiiew il had take it fro.rj m tlm roai n po 3 the lobk b i jfrom is oppoirtx e bad the or another I sue bowl is wtjuld nd Enkuuei. whijfin -I i to. info low revdu 1 to1 ince hia but.J I bolfl I niaV piifel iio po ma genlly mojk seen nitn it a glito of tfeclfloor. it 3I1 II .did itood ba as si an tor' al shontly before en iji-iw to the. fi'onji per eves fii-stl n ttjo li e foot Uf it m t mcnk-l al iked ost the 1 atre d dildcd 1 er to riiii-fOrUrdlA onfi- IJiend. h. n e 108 eeof doubt me n former can n after ebon ties steal- ijill-jalso aad L io I where lie to be TO lM .Jii ilwi ealtti Ihiks rfresejl n well fl moveme r a t be I wasv alb had all wards W the .-I i ihroi gates if at lagan land the i r several aar of toe nfij s off j st mb atnci stroi M e 101 ktea u V f -ttjl L4liceli1inbkTOft 'utl A wlia- imill eaE tl I w Ld I aesio t beeia of moi tm'injffl m b- or is idt of of s ir they w- ellJinquyy So s i i t i the M 4h -f 1 m r e. feep ewas oif it qiute evident bald buft of which he-.- d thdt obtain thehefifet. traeei at once i a taapfier towards If e t He asked hlei4 to be and to tell ItH jail pie knajr of the man's i i i for one.jporient that even d ijttld -have refeniedJ bujfc it was'jfar at oTifcei'vitti'the tot a eEetch Fkfi's life from4he time wheat piet Bun. fTbe story was one of im-i h that one thae hel engaged in pakting an one onlticfev oat be buarrelled T- i j V JL -x F. I U j to a ami in a lit out a and he was om thei nebT-defen m totbie hip Bfe. Jl I 111 P iffintiop O1 k -t abi m'arj of hioiit. and i i Kisnjifieaht Ido she vras aj after mu witl com itenjttce i his frjanqs tbf witli a Christil tion icr ie .the I tri t. NI ton .V n jQ F prc- som iring B im a a olor tad lighti i Mi dry pass aud n che if litfe .or a al th e pr j 1 fecll ylti can. off ir kia A h I on fo or three jdipirent vis- the- Ghetto in search of old and on occasion had turned to admire perhaps obe of the most beautiful faces whichj could at fiine ibe found in .Romeu It was that of a wish trhp always sitting at L it i f corner of atreetj at the er trance of whore she kW tt fruit stai K l whore she kept a fruit stal T____I_____ _ .L -l I i i whic dev t i the' fea- I Werohe one of tihosafajc m Aheir aUungly t unprftWd ntion my memory.- of a eomjntmdwg appear and was very b ifcjht tip by the black- wore a Jndia striped hand- tied cunningly re Of massive gok neck. Even if irJae and a eh fell al- puld have I the perfec t indiffer- she evinced jwiewieir she sold her nob. sat thgre like a but of aj most perfeok order. Nor was and of h crowded to- ft Btoold M b betlter stead could have done. W persons f her 6n ail not look would oad with h ndt tftotor i Pi tb a h4 slmjnk op dfr esi. wiaie fcuirnei itttefrii u allhfer sin iss- oflmy 2 O _ i nd IL i f us HO streqt 3' ti i k J f T .eq ati I expr sed.1 push riy au- uld 'be ok- ahe Wch iftlthe e ofq'feut- iirn ick il his his and ook m Mat isdriptiott oi L '-fcrj hole th O im .tlihelitadt tbe had for I a n M. '1 .nd SCI k tetk tbe Itiwak ce inks de- f J9U tn and I with r I L her an nl ol u I S mm I ma the 01 en i took The uHiildroil ihade-u Mk' i' arej cioi e filling -1 iaiid gtrikibg jit a eks cursc wt th exc e nsc td ll of e the tfellin othei -s on __ eiiowdtid an 4 lift shop'wit It- fttU cicitul joy ipBuUipg. ran awaV whenever I I v I H i sbfe if iJbt very Tknhaprty J no I tocjk ter 1 l j L 1 .il tea but aWrSiadltand tniis trust. an pkrtp rt .pure 2 I do wo iarticu it c m it wa nwmt asj PI tlfst a lot avoid ahowi'i coin nSi .taste J tie igitrtizy li i If ted in- Ms t be ciifcuilt s it a vielbrw o claiiins J TJrasjat aeut ip to m tliehJBad of at a loss1 to 1 with I a matter of foo. qui ratiiiyi al fes he ai it aer t rdl- na to- ide owet4 as luc .th to hei S'e ID mice ike aj bhria d wbemeikCfi ip.nfij action. Icfolted int i 11 police pre r oni3 dfi tl h ra IfVt IVlLr T botnpel of a zed of followers togetberj as I tiae terror of frontier. Atone timd sent- in pursuit of -them the last an itepof eotoinri to itaeif. He go city at nfehtj and time noth ioreWttsbcSSicjf Mavio. 'it test his old iktamedj Sptae robberies i. a murder of maae me police suBpect the .man Who thitis brave4 Ndgilance fwa6 a cttiiiirtM but 3o wiuat the scheme t. one monaen yed b ition in hew t miifl. vfoid xtonemen 4 r dome oon- iU 1 iter there with er than him If hap-c a es th W Leslie IJand s eized fmyjre- er aoi once by ted i i l did stahi my g lATl Irife M i traitor F I I I 1 i r b-ut him was IfTingled with iiib wild Some generous i _ been known root peppde in J a vagtafe 'Of interest aSadhed t iih on bf triitetof -BellWfenMl''1 3 wetp toll 'I J ess icoqduct to 1 leamep Onary laJpe all thftee nd- cbattot I reused to dtf SO' notjfor tor L T I V'UJIA T eie a Jie- woujjl jive jngt I L_ 1 _lt-fi__1 ft aikd bhikbaL as ybu could wit _ w n 7 i i j ffl i atijr save i witb AtiG. leafledllaffkink the liter tHera about wit riesi but id I that time bb h V ned' jtdtedierj. i i 1 1 r t all the procure rvng 1 ie ined iwpy- Tcatncil I ttyutt so tUe I e i akifcd o She jwaa no n lolepce in Wit I it a nuirsf knd a me e insls r laitu i Ojgerti lltWJ mpv-ii in alnaotiaent acteri lleved he woul4 have mlbrder idial Ifosad 4 obey Him. I h 1 I 1 L H jut the wae first I s at all for and in momenta fieuty to p-fdOu it mtier thai you were I was safe in 'F nax oa xoj t tayl sre t iy I htcbui mib tha m iO' it 1 that he edt Jvt'-abili 11 U BIODj a true ihalt I IV cine f ii tote .chbl's the and moment and 1 I -k would be at that hdki 01 1 g wl 801 i J t hbp ob not range thf ri thin SI ofte al a Weoi l L 10 L U woman voice at mi rendv. f ier aiai the afbropt turned out to bim 1 the I that ignorant that Ike an sating- itt close a flolfl todkth dit arelli Liseral Ibeh1 n lo-SW I SOi same was dragged opV of nv j uke a canflemrted T nibled aternia-1 a- ofjli j byrwiitkBglof of 1 j i I 'i I f- CJ-- Br ece of 3li.ce was the witherdfl conn r _ i i i n _ .___. t hia I. o Wde ft mp-nnieiK. ill J I II I for he will kiaghti that 1 U In was si ices- M Itio to noti at the '.yfiirfy a ts 11 levei t me H conscience five T e EC is abiiterpess up Bufc what' his wn is Some- acts tUtoatiltvIl whom I doat the I father all his liTlo-lhft I 'VAnd this todeillVillelmy m igporijini of w ond i i eg coil nd to blip. ittje of has how entirely vis of character among men wio are ricibus i i her it could iaot doubted for that lie lit was who ii itile act frhich- had brought her Nofchfcg Could equal lihe iattera which she inveighed agflinst him. his hiding secret pjpft whici he all pursuit i and frnen if I A stOfv was ana her vengeance feocord- J t wept like a Even steifti M. Naralli was touothed paittful tale. He gave orders that evejiy cbrtirort shown and after .sonic farther delay we left 1 detcirmrriedito lose-nD time in fulfilling my The directions to the house where tte child had been very carefully Ihad no difficulty in discovering U but 1 had to pass through i a labyrinth of dirty foiii til at in si narrow m-xt ttu I found the bouse. Evident- 1J- someiiing had occurred to excite the people wera burstling aboftit the aad H tfcere was unusbal excitement for that late of the I for a few moments to what was the cause of toll this move- ment Viand then I oVerbeard expressions l Sf made fele tremble for the safety ofi the poor if it was certain that she lived theYe.-V- it Where is the njfth'r Poor how feefcuiiful slie At laat unable to fit j fttrain my 1 rushed through the ale pliii- and astyed whedier a young giil eight ox ten to me years of lived there. yjotijfiir live with j tjears trickling down her diid life fctit che id 1 1 for indiferebt i i t ai person may tue to perhapB jjb the iof low ithkti eventsL nothing is more fearful than to seek tie 1 iwSih I living land find the corpse t4 ferpect aid Trtfl rjwt me mly ieh ih' trfemb ta die e before Wlien did she aindeee said tbe wo-. room will explain everything and men mlade way for me. and 1 was te of eH hoSdr ice An io' it MB next fis A j __ itil up a ikctetty Htjaircase to tiie third scarcely worthy the name of a fioor. Aflj we drew hear the 1 saw two or thrfcc of the pojipe they I Evidently soque ha4 but 1W yet bo sin And1 3 her ay ure mail tot w ijJu IUU- it poi i the e light wltichj tlie .old woman held in saone upcin npon It. T o r J I touched her arm to point it out ind then she tlirew the full blaze of i and I tew at' once that it was o MI r ir f in ser -ti l L r oreepilBg sensition passed over thit B .that in one moment we are to be of the eflrects of aUtoOsfc paralyBeidl my but si at thiTmovaaenft 8 fek as1 if 1 had tjfo When- we -enfeewtf ga-wi the-body cf in did' sot shrink even 1 b I. i tf v   

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