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Oregonian, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1851, Portland, Oregon r. _v J T T I A T. J. iBrr u t I n 1.1 i TT'I A T i r.ii f j r R THfi e e MORNI1C f Offtfti corner-of Frwti BY T. WYER1 Printer of the United StaW HI si BY for one In for IU Of inetaWi The jwill Pepl tri dirwtted to wie addressi for in ad1 Lit 1 f r tread ife silken sails. iqroi jboW ueaitxi JOS DM the iinob thalf a For one or for apery additional A tibei deduction toiycirly Mvertiwrs Aaaiber df insert i mart be distinctly B w Jtl be tl IQI The foJlowng g for ire nK G. TMOM JOHN U T Book pot Aatoriaj t ta 01 tiki authorited to i rtoa Krai H. J. H. Vancouver. fa I t fcT n f I D IT I Bk V I 11 C i'tiiLiP L. D. C. U R Ijatfa.ye L. C. N. Oo J Wi Syracue. te. New e Island. _ addition o in ne 101 1 df fc and IrmuR in inventor octant progrei in oil er depar at that'. roti Hoi and pan That the ate d I o dragfi tye iirty n ce in an w Ji tli --4 Ml I IlJ I i i i l-i r Cf 4 f ri t r I -a HS Hiltf 10 i Jfc T Fl SO il i T nB Si f t j ji Bloom tlmt m fair r or Jt i. am ie sop lie Lrfiilc an lexcit gteoirat 26t ie i-. is b ie'teriefe i'l Af. i3' j _1 'if. fso K 'li uti'il f c w ji h H A Ml r L r ilin iu II VJL rr 02 lU i J UB beil no K a 10. W BG y tawp'i af frjt M It-cfri. la fcir IrEd t LH T MM u u o Iff e vilWI .1 T- yol a nbt th idbttdln o art a' il oe ie ir 'the it 1000 Within tjhrtte of Kftidland tcatospa ItaI800t'the wnirlft loff owto.ti O tnaia 4CO ght In cra riK d tike tliR day ori which tike and of lip miles we date the oni- d and most era .1 id etc fl we ai arc H LAW SHOW HALL. LAW In jrailway at a of tiio Dui e ft iii add be t r i L'O ungi-acetlu riwe cr Liqjios move. si Ar w 5S Mm vea n lion to k iii tOnb luiti oofet ihc Biiiaciji ajprosblk'te to the F inqu linn Luro rer HO ra t lway cjfnlipi K liks 'th.m- iii in fturopd nud coirro in on uti flu idk b Here L lite ai i -ur j i fr i mi ill w i .H. in i5 idle oatise the iV a thing lore fiiii f i n Of 4 MI 0' 0 f m Icjng tr n tl or r Virety of snyles with jkeaineifi and dcspiitchj t I i Fronf the 8cieJ3tioAmerican. ariag the flulffcntury-. U U Plaited Orta Of tfoe parly off tr i _ .___.J _tf jl _ 9 Ui nor to the there ait nc li Htlif of the rtandjng on of the iwrauiaina was su transported with bca wenerj Byroad before tlkot ai 11 frfot Were O' u H scu r I M Y'firk now thore traveller can'nipw jour- in fin1 rail- ilwiir influence iipbn f n ..r-. rr btiyond iticin in not lUnlit of tba n helihj burst of enthuauJshi he had tlie eqjital oflBUeh and he was fl thirt rtothirtg tttee St tfl travelled 2n eveFy conniy in 'A Getttl at his side Bakl. lphe had iiever seen like r J One bic named a certair tain in the Highlands of which I. _A Vetted a -befdfre. The fbrtn tig man 'down his merely'rci that he b-een on that tfever thought inufch about was on his owtH no more comjtnon fliyincr wbibh eOJ l i t j y i Uina more tmtk than begems indt 'llis distance lands euchantniQ the kV6 in an of wtoadeli and the hall century has Witnessed a K of tie most mighty erente and i r y s pin umjti idett ill iim fir ourifcy. jrtt-dicall nla near where me ml who ika1 acq Skill and Id b-1 nc twioni.shing discoveries Which liave ever be at Isast at any otfaer such period of t iir. .r laid tfr. Phi dsi he k t xdopt able last visit of jhe atterotitn to -njj tniV- eiiceinifcry. iairatt Enjrlisll o n the lii.s 'ITitvdoctor KO 11 -He on the mdc oft tlie all ihiAode writhe The the 'PL C liiotis. lor is fiohn NhU was left to Ui prof that banian ivpa reisev 9 n iJH C' I iL t an e ur n lila 1 and' of'tlu-J new rind in His o Abbn cam s s a It V two T r' ii' x 1'il they fire ga1 1 tiiak hese 1C any ohe Loiniling STrttines iiof their j t I O til h -1 iBeeti ieir V7 1 I' LJ tf hut. Iwn .tl m F-J 11 Pp r s i r epi iHie k. U J i- _ U--C J troDi BE la the tajtselqcraeut offeelm Jtr fife 5c 5fiG.l oerior on liJU i .f .T his ffiat Wl fluo n nil T i' fl. Jt is flrtf tateh 4 ihlof'bur B ac Id Tb M correbt thereof i i iijii efel 8' d4 ol _ J were a meffe nnniAh inrpnUoix. .r m i. J'oor J p Eru it r a eonitiifiti ao tnlat The i of o IgHUl.gJJ-. skj ycsterujry WBej-noanJ aH or oth HI II11 canvaks. IP' of slie didn movir Site t. h litor o ptublican gofts tl in I pljiBit on sWimj liyb or d stilckd or bafAsoi _ ak rl- I ked at'them exainiriea tlie H lob iir nd ng untk e cerrainly- Hi J e- ot on IPS 01 i fed tootj to lokei lab ipe Hire. come to Jftttie e 1fc hopelessly o'brier j rial- lean Bttip i or o ma T r nil t til i M IB il 11 Ui 4 itpry the ited ten id e' tfiay hit thaltlin .er in itioto after Milton. li- d. ftes ie Secnetai .Wft pne tbti ignal wl ienl to ftfaitMa t ie ai oilol to 2ft 1 J t ei nai land yet living as we do in j of suieh the book olf invitltiort tttttting ttver3 not it ia jukt like humanf that ftte 'aiUoafe to me'm merits disco verier m .'1.9.0 in their own -even they ape Tujjp- ing iiintold benefits lUi us lUkJikck -id the beginning of tliia cfe m ttttd What -mighty works hate ba by that tame. 10 ir wa.s not 4 steamboat id the wo and noble rivers were'lyii aod silent in primeval ex when enlivened by tlie o rude fiifc Fultoti lAiirtehfld f_ made a passage to Albanvi nn 32 i At that time the mode of travel by schoonetrs and which were freqU sis daya oni the The improvement cerfeUrtlV drejltl bttt what would Fulton j n T T rr say to see steamboats ranning the same dis in eight some_ of them CB to easily 3tbw bbieFfofrejcU No Btenmbuat haxl brpked the waters of previous tojl815 the to Orleans was a tremea undertftVingT more steamboat take now to the At it is no less thai of afl ia America the time saved ib travs U the inventi of the ia iiledsi per tiat a person can travel a'gi distance injinirty days now by steamboat iq one huiidrea Josfe fancy Benjamin Franklin most hi from New York Fto j and thi vessel whicf he was in in lent 0 11 to ed ii. l that wAs laune i lioluls to kndw Iwluit was i i i i i thr rtmTfcr- on a ianojitjagel the hlamtd and luijar Ifl -Pin f11 aud fib andjfi outs S S i Y th m a. i r tliimeS rjhj.' pioJea m fee i i i ifctft id two vjue rr falsclJood -ij -j -r--j tf------------ iji-ifl npt'jse flits across tlie in oat slie-h'tcst'-brealli and t llr a ocpidition jfeo jrijorj.we ono-ht. r -I S.J- i j and tte tofieftito h it'tne enc atncl ANT Lance I 4 h 1 and peril drtal kltircpt or Ua pij evei- to ttiifik fr thcW hadth 11 I i J Voleni i ddei tve eveeflebiiedbti F- it ft Pfl ye' i ine i ie'riexfc witli i which .t -ff u .nithe hf ormer. u of n ive in North Stated u Mr' n e iei annB cam i r m doc- mi. 'h 1 rnfl ays a ui c wja lib tec nt tlhios to b th oflfa abij.ut thi for i itho WIB have nil erst ifili coming dowji waibtji is- wade ofl thb weaker. 11s a ted Ls fat j 0w vogUe id liap somqt a do -1 j Lk-u hi 4 i 'rgqifl TALT thelth. n-one nd What itci at bi'lowi ni ludvledlor .as e ii buaae nini ice thn khof tho etlii aild 4iid hioh the Ipn wHoj i tfcrew o o it tb was ict ftan tihi cr- iiito a stiknger' of tfiejmo C6L new njppcairod V Ie ta tb aughtei i central b djuoffica aUiideid 1 ihp knees. nei io the d' is atfetlhttdtn to tlie lilt Ipara It stly e Boston be s sttould tob ae M re to. h I -h vhole acton -_-_ Ifit it eirraml of .ve a Siiutal k cei each .en u i Sw-acnse drtss otwipmg skirtfij er cjontribut pg j ihisl ii O late Ikl mbu fyejhave ail m etl 1C were ew 50 mftiruve -He i t a 1 t wquld it flbei an net- calltid on bbeotttbe Uit States i iati 11 the ifcer a ctgrtr 'ihisiiow 'Me strff i we L l i 1 T about it. ei ink It T p Imvo n bt seen fin H'68 uor ll eo we I recoKtli ed h a im hs a to State of 1 Sbmc wepks bipoe fl jse He m Pbili __ bbdti the of to A 'at'l found lie had the wonderful t' iftie satisfect si is noVbe ntf fitted I I O re lyorl we prom-i i eat which hoars on its a distance which is j im kni ropdlJii in sfel to iiit be I it iili -en U althojieh he L' i bemff baused to sail in the a st e l oeo rine is aoross .the ai O3 of fifty been RIB HI sur a -as BUt marks y u ot tlier t et ieir oik' fil't to the ifeo Waeiot 4-glovH vrqjttld H pre chimney Sal V j iii 8 I'st' to ifll punifp waiter tjhingleSj tiict V ihero at wot Ii-' i i a the workiueujto Draw for a fthe a .dftfit k mgtl or i i i of fried in it .consists of the ened with en i jj 1 iitp left by t'aroliua learet the muvt idtt the United f ef 'feral irej d It u- tf 1lnJi iltt Ifc ui- sni i f -i P _ ari uitnkave It 114 ycvfar tb A fid i nsk h r i l J' iwsil fe IH ibre tfee eftrth. mi. I u No iit mat who retrted _ diid inn tip L wo f M idd-an ianticl ci ofl th'd tl bni was none or an and en i coi ini hfc tj cl hi n of ch on the Sajbbath iatd up fend in bidlt In one yeat J f 1 T ii i timos iu OrCi fr im in am an an evorjdajj insta ik you afi a tn la-nil CHA great fim UiMiip for the liilu Ln Ibi e Sioi proclaim liow lent and then Jwith a and tfeartljjat. ajllifi pdt as it should be. let wiih giant ob't ruin. TOUT ie t wo1 dbi first to t at the oldse w av in ifc lli- t ese rs he ence in the c we Hre i but rathfet steness ET i bllow- scic u-ific ent leniei is t all it a ob no i ad .d aiadted.wW aiia a -noLle r of th' Hi I it' on ace .n IhiChahoedlo see if he co i j uie 0tLe4 dav.'ift1 r i mo a sakl 1 ee a lurtit. Aijber A sh' V _ _ U_- B- _ l1.' it't to liin- Hi. ATI i f hfc dowd wh u teni fJjy it' rei woj Ki W n a nkjme V. Ml r .k.' i W DAM o recollect New York an a AI ie mi afl eritiofis lotivtf i H f he is one of thej fiappiest iredJ. far IjateJ has comQ of Jlusio ki ifttto rei V i _ met to itwi ill antl thai ii oiie.Atiefli'or dnd i ii t odd mi 1 eone fll ra- 1U suiting them 1 IT' Jt' TasVnt m rtfW a cme than am- othkt Hi will tb rpnfc- V'l- 3v- i-nifii Lord bcautifmlry sa r -TT A if If a III n rtwwsfbc is1 crfm n no ut cfi' in k m wild m ttten ri teitit said-- fj BIS fill I to.be Lt 06- Hi tvUI a Atti M lft y i 'IT JI h r. il 7 If i M i '.i jeat tate. M II mr l45lfl iSS-W tnw J I Tl j ice. ouff I'Hi ed T a icm. On the 4 s it ie seai i.of Trfrfl-Sj a littl'1 point lijaerxmidY r E r J J dM I J J F g JUCTOKS t n i l'i t J s jk I t i v- wairr. J9 a a' Jin ti-r j in Veraoiik wBy i.- LTaiTea W a f wethef. a t fifth tails. is as tne ne v mod e idicativt resent r
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