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aX Te weetera portion of the United
'MM la tHetriot of country toward
dklaat aha era of tha whole world at
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t.yytawllll Kwfc.of taleroet and rxpec
tsxsswi waea ware nuiKnx'Kwvm
IV MMMMW IM ota ejaaatrtee. accuv
latter are ta a Milted order
sejtf MmJm fcf the eccosneliehmaal of a
(Br- aaraaeo, tad lacliee) to adhere
vx iwHa inMlrr hMm oiaraaaus to loot
It tfaaWaeavlasy aleaa 'In the) area teaor of
r staab war Isllnah. the exarapl of those
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wpa inM.iimi lawmt wmwv vw. VM.n
'MM 'iMMtn M tM4 Off i.10 IM
mkh draaoallire Md lacooveoleaoea on ev.
fyakeo, rise by the strength of their de
ttnssksalioa atone, superior to every ob
MeU, tad advaece with rapid strides to
IsWMlaJaineai of wealth, honor and dia
tUMtlea. Tbtrblalory of our western Siatea af
Jbrdt a wider field lor reflection, and ia
awaadad with more uaaful lessons ofprsc
aiaal Ik, lhao the annal of aomo of tht
all eeeja tries lor bnodrtda of year. A
awag fiMrarctioM of the wtatera, coun
try aarkapa bom are at thia lima attract
tag saore atleatlon abroad than the Torri
toryef Oregoa; arary mora that takes
ptaee witlsta har tardara af a pabllo char
ataf, btiaw aloaaly aerMlalaad lor t ha par
mm af yWaalag aomaihtag iodicativa af
IM pragraaa aha ia deatiaed to make la all
tkiagelrtfdiof ta the darelopneot of bar
iMMiwa; aad the cacoa ragemaat of iboee
laaakatioM baatealaalatad to raadar life
whWaMf lla durable. Rstetifee
i af .aama WM MTa their tax-
i lead opoa the great valley of
lkaOlMUa,looklagwlth a food aollel
"faala after aoma adreoturoaa aoo or daugh
MaTMM aftUrariaiag dlapoehtM loduo-
ed them to read thoee endeariag tie that
btad m ao atroogly to the aeeaea of our
, childhood, aad aeek a future home among
atmngera in Oregon
The lair reputation our territory haa
alwaye enjoyed lor the Induairy and order
' efka oUIxeoa, aad the superior advantage
the oouatry Itaalf afford, it alao attract
lag the attention of number abroad; and
although the inducements for temporary
immigration, for the purpose of the easy
and rapid acquirement of fortune, have
la great measure passed away; yet the
preeent indications of a sure return to
the proseeullon of those agricultural pur
aults destined to enrich our country, Is ex
ercising Ita Influence upro the mre a tor.
ling class in the Ahtea and elsewhere,
who are easting about them for Informs.
lion, to the end that thry may emigrate to
aoate country where they can hope to be
heMfitled by the change. That our course
tbeaia the guldanoe4of the young and
plaetlo affaire of the territory ahould be
euoh a to place and keep them in a sound
aad healthy condition, and thervby com
mead confidence In (be contiouance of our
progress and prosperity mutt be apparent
to all. By a frequent review of tlio past
aad aroidanoe In the fulnre of such errors
at may bodiscorewd, wc will be greatly
The aitraordirary ttalo of monetary
affaire that haa existed on this coast dur
lag lite last three year, resulting from
the dlsoorery of lha mines In California ;
aadour oitiiens leaving their firmi, to
single la the more exciting scrnee alien.
teat upon the llfo of the gold hunter, ha
mealed the growth and advancement of
vr territory in an agricultural point of
iaw, to that extent it would otherwise
hare attained. 'lhe disposition, bowev
, a rua to the mines ia f. at wearing a
wayf aad already the neglected farms
thrattghout the country, are beginning to
haar tlsvtr leglilwate fruits, an J now loca
lleaw halag made and brought under cul-
. Agnoulture anJ maiiiiKcrts
reHth'tbe eiponailon uf lumber,
aaaai klt.aWa, ooustltute our malu
-"aSwai a( 'waip.fi and probably no ter
lSSSTSSL.. embrace, within
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alMW thvte Important
branches ol ioilutiry, thaa does oeira.
The abundant water power that surrounds
us, for driving all kind of machinery, and
the case With' which It ean ha ueed, he
apeekt for Oregon In Iho luturr, a high
place on the list of 'the manufacturing
States or I h Union; and that she isdeetln
ed to become thetiNew England of the
Pacirlo coast, la evident to all. Every
community In Order to become truly pros.
parous, ahould poetess within itself the
meanaof aupplylog Ita own waata, and
perhapa no country approximate nearer
to thta state of thinga than Horathlt.
The present dull slate of trade I the
result of tba want of attention to these
very sou roes of permanent revenue. The
money that flowed Into the country from
the tninca In California had the disastrous
effect to stop further production, and
since that time we have been continually
exporting gold and silver to pay for the
Imports of merchandise neoessary to sup.
ply the wants of the country. This haa
taken place and still continues to tuch'an
extent, that we Sod at thia time a acarolty
of money In the eauatry, and production
a yet hclag limited in amount, an Ina'.ill-
ity to exchange for the articles Imported,
ia the.conarquence; and hnca the com
plaint of hard time and dull tradt b dai
ly growing louder and more frequent.
In order to remedy Mil evil a return to
our legitimate calling must take place,
and instead of conliaMiig a we hare
been of late, llOstlr coutumitig v.
pie, We must turn the trfMrglnournwn f4.
or, by making our reports tqusl, ami
them exceed our Import; and In the itrnt
ratio aa wc shall succeed in avcnmpliih
ing this, Milt be the measureof our pros
perlty. We should immediately rellce our.
scire from the present ytem ot endlr
trairio by which most nr our want are
su plied. Cominluions are now paid by
our people upon almot every article used
by them, which themtelves ainount to,
and frequently exoeed the nriginal col
of the artlcln Itself; and a morr ruinu
condition of thing could Itantly b- devi
ed. Let our people encourage then ly all
proper means the establishment among u
of manufactories, the cultivation of the
oil, aad the development of those retmir
Ith which we are surrounded, and
byao doing render the commerce of the
territory a source of revenue and profit to
the country, and a means of' increasing
our capital, instead of daily diminishing
Oureoil for agricultural aurae (ha
aboodant facilities with which we are sur
rounded for manufacturing, and lavor-
able location for commerce, are perhaps
unsurpassed; and when theso Interests
shall receive the attention their impar
lance demand, then, and not until then
will Oregon progress with rapid atridrs to
wards the attainment of that elevated po
aition among the members of our confed
eracy, which her great resources seem to
have marked out for her.
DxnwNXD. Wo learn that three negro
men have been engaged for tome time
past in selling liquor to Indians, a short
distance from Milton, Washington Coun
ty, and that the citizenc of that place
were ao much annoyed by their continued
drunkenness and de!auchery, that several
of tho citizens started in a boat lo take
tho negroe'e Into custody. This ihey
sucoeeded in doing, and when Using them
before the magistrate, by tome meins the
boat was capsixed, and ono of the negoea
drowned. Per want' of sufficient evidence
to commit them, the other two were dis
charged. Upon tho examination it was
stated by the negroes, that Oxeywrtin Me
mpfoycf a rtiiientoflkit city, and thst
the liquor they were engaged in selling
was lili propjrty.
Wha ia this- person in our midtl, thus
engaged in socreily violating the known
lawa of his country ? All are interrsled
in the answer of this question, and if a
conliuuance of the same offenoe Is per.
titled in, we shall feel compelled to an.
swer it publicly.
Gta. Apalhy mad as too.1 ma at the tecf nt '
tlctliM ia Olila, lliat h ia talked of ta ciml data
fur lb rraaidtriev, td"Ul wlmrv lit cau ka
totu Cuaataut Ittpunrr- I
frP-fl.... 1.L JmMM turn . I... ...... Ih ... .tul .(
in bit with him? Il wwi'i do-ia m rrrJlutul
J raUl UH. A W BvWIIIIIr .1 7W W
Yea, gentral aphalhy has been Ihe
means of defeat of iho whlgs Iu a great
many luttancva; and if gentral apathy
exists on the parwhf tlin whig In the
States, Ihey will sutuln defeat, as Ihey
have dona Iu many of iho Siato utibernu
' f II'MI Ji It afillVf Ul llU ae-'MTIIVIII Ml"
torlal election, Iu tho next Presidential 'c1 Cir( ( yg l)lllliF,fnluv i ,
contest. Lit Iho renowned general HHrtll j,,,,., mile hope, of hi recnviry.-
ever ao gre.i a man mo w.iij;. ... ,,.
poso him wllh llielr wiioio inigiit.
Dustucu tolerable weather wet river
high and rising health gooJ mud iu tho
street, awful I
Will Said. Puaoh save It la fearful
to reflect how many persona rush Into
matrimony totally unprepared tor the aw.
iui onange mat await them! A man
may take a wife at twenty.nne, before he
knowa llie Uilli-renrc between a chip and
a leghorn. We would noytnorr grant a
marrlscn liccnue to anybody, simply be
cause lie was of age, than a llcenie. on
mat ground only, to practice asan apothe
cary. Husbands ought to 'bo educated.
We would liko to have the following
q leslions put to young and inexporienord
persons "about to marry:"
Are youawareofthu price of coal and
candles f IX) you know whlrh I more
economloal, the aitch bono or the round f
llow far, young man, will a leg orinuttoa
go In a sinaUjainlly I llow much deaaJ
er, now, Is silver than German warafl
Po you know the price of a four-poster I
Declare, If you can, rash voutli, the sua
Kr annum,.thtt bonnets, veils, cap, rib.
ns, flowers, netnine. cardinal, eufla,
glove, corset, hustles, Ac, would pros.
My come to in a lump i If unable i
nwi-r iure inquiries, we wouiu siroaj
ty advise you to "go back to schoolr" '
the wholesome counsel coTifklnet
tho above, we would recommend to
attention of young people centrally,'
hope some who have rushed Into raairt-'
mony in such haste may be induced awl
to "go back to school.1' It is an uudrttt.
able fact, that very many instance, ef
marriages have taken place among ot,
without ita relation beiuir sumclcutly
ennidrred ovforrhaiid, and we tear some
nflhee willaiirelvlesd tiiiinnlra-ant and
di.atfieenMe con.t qui no lo til concern
, .,-,. r n.it
rd. I howl, it i'ri't.rtmie fir all things,
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andthoid.a of a ouiw girl Hurrying
lit llir i'e "I 1 1 or ., a lia trtqunillj
be-n the i ai-, do. inti rh-rr ver iniiih
with our i (ea. nf the siuisb'e lime In "go
Mck in olit."
We believe in ol"ing the scriptural
injunction; th'ri-fo'r, innrry a woman
who plrar., but let the lliilln-n alone.
CCrTlir..-uimr. "Kigln" slid "WaJi.
in.Moii" har leeii pKing regularly ltr
s-uiietiuie brtween llii" cilv and Pn'tlsml,
and the steamers Mullnoni.ili and Cane
mail have continued their Irlp uainler.
rupieillr In Mriill for the past til'
week. The former make dally trips.
and the latter one trip each a week. The
convenience thua afforded to eur.business
men is being duly appreclatedr'and the
increase of buainera seems fully commen
surate with tho additional lacilitiea.
GsicnOats Second Caor. We saw
a Held of oats, some len miles below this
city, Immediately on the bank of the river,
between U and 3 feet long, and all htaied
out, presenting tho appearance of tsat
kind of grain in the middle of June. It hi
the second crop this action fronx the same
sewing, and what is still nionj remark,
able, it wa green and fresh looking on
the 18th of December.
(Cr Two of the thirty.slx Hungarians
who were hung in effgy lately by the
Austrian Government, arrived in thia
country last week. They were Msdsratx
and Baron Melelenyi, and are now on
their way to Wisconsin or loa, la form
a colony somowhero in Iho West.
(Cr That cako wo received from the
Bakery of Wm. Bell, al Canemah, was
the best we havo had in Oregon. We
would adviac all lovers of the good things,
generslly f und in his line, to givo him a
call. Read his advertisement on another
& Tlin flrst number or iho " Oregon
Monthly Magazine," lo bo published at
Portland, Oregon Territory, will make lis
appearance about the middle of January
next. See prospectus iu another page of
r-Tho mail for California and the
Stales leavea this city Monday mornlag,
Jan. 6th, 1693. Il leavea Portland a3,
r. M., ol the same day. See advertisement
of the steamer "Willami'tto" in unotlier
03"lly llio rofmruan, of ,nv. I.i, wci
i arn thai liiisiiii""i nl llin stndwiuh ll
andaw. doll ut lint del-, prluiabw erd , W0. fMiM-uiCAi. I
I,,,, , , , ' , driia, in lialy. .wnliiu a
,falllna,iida.rrrfll.ifi fri ' ".,llM,., .ril,1.,lt.tj,v, wl.e.
HcttiT luii4. liomvtT, ito KUti eii U. .
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irVTIinmla li laM ra MatiV VJ
at the Ore-Hi llnuu in this clly Iho'a.nrer flvn IWldeip. Tln-y Hun wiili-iK"...
at in wr. hi .so "". j j f (lu ;rut0 ,l(l Uugor i. re.
evening of ri.ura.luy, Jan. 1st, IH5.J. A I " " " I . ,...,,, h, ,,,,..
pli'tmini (Hrty Is inilcliutcil.
0" Wo r?;iT' o otiiinunoo itiui tlio
II .. f Iff I .. -f .!. !U...ilt..n fil-
Judge Jones died on tho Ifilh of Deo.
OT There is onty one linen factory iu
the Uullid Slates, and Ihlt Is n small one,
at Webster, in Masuchutclli.
O-The (llowng, from an exchange
para-r, is, la our opinion, wel' worthy if
consideration, I he evils .therein men
tinned, havo loop celled' fell correction,
an,d If the ladles will bo'guTileil by tho
counsel conlalneil in It, and treat all who
have thus Injure! and Intuited tlicm with
the scorn and detestation their conduct
deserves, Instead of continuing, aa hern,
tofore, to countrnanco their conduct by
mixing In society with them, it would soon
correct, in a great measure, Iho evils
sjludrd to. At present, while the Innocent
victim of dcoril Is spurned by all, and
trestrd as aul off by her own sex,
without a ray ef hope to light her future
career, or In invito her back to the wav
if virtue, I ho destroyer of her happiness
Is still admitted into decent society, aa
though nothing had happened I
An KxsxrLK in lima I'ucx.i. Vic.
tori. Uueen of England, haa caused no.
lice to be given to Lord MaUn, that his
presence at Ihecoun or her Majesty will
be dispensed with henceforth. Tho re.
eon fur this is lound in Iho lact that Lord
Maiden recently seduced the wife of una
ol hi Irivnd. The Queen wishes it un
derstood that the corrupter of the conju
gal relation and the Invader ol the eat'e
and htpplnes of the house of Knuland,
cannot be allowrd to approach the person
or rnltr the pre, ut of the Sovereign,
no matter how exalt' I the rank or llmur-
fi-nder. Thanks to the EnglUh Queen
fur lhi example of iil Indignation. It
U wnilbv uflh- wife and mother. worlh
oI'lheQiiern ol a grt'41 ami rnlightiiit'd
I lit lime, ha lHrn when
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urnclll the rjeofthe I'.ngl
. ,.,H;r,.y ., il,i.. ill
The lime- ha !ern
hen it wiuiin ilia
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!!! V,lTlt iur
It Hit III tilt
ItlllU U iMIoml,
D ini-l. fircxcr: it will cerlaiulv iil
rt-tiirn whiln Victoria wear the crown
Would lliat the ei.mple of the Qn.n.
might bo rigidly follow,.! hv UJir. ol
e.ery rank. Too long have llie lad..-1
endured these loithannw exurewiicr
upon cielv. Fli!oiialt. lakia liur
U. II W( liMlieil nii hol.ori'd b the at-v
tin V li.vo lli.nlli'cl, nisii'.il of iH'in acorn
d ..iid loathe.1 a. thrv deserte lo he.
teller from f.eii. r-rntl.
Wa.uimiton. M.ich'JU, Ito
Six: I have revived your letter (mark
el "conlidential, ) In which, allcr cniu
nutting ihe error of upp"in me to t
lolly belore Ihe country tin) whig ran
ili'Ute forlhe presidency," you proceed lo
Interrogate me on may point of grave
Permit mn lo say that, considering we
shall probably onty have a whig candi
date for the presidency through a nstional
convention, and that I caunol be il. nam
nee except by tne force ef the unsolicit
ed paitUlity of large meases of my coma
considering, alto, thai It my character
or principle be mot mmAy know,,,
would now bS idle to attempt to lunny l
npt to upplyl
Ihe deficient information by mere i.atx-r
profeasiona of wiadom and virtue, made'
ror ine eccaaion
And considering that, if I answer your
queries, I must go on and answer other
already before me, as well as Ihe long ae
ries that would Inevitably follow, to tho
disgust of the public
f will beg permission in close (hi ac
knowledgement of your letter by aubscri
bing myself, a
Willi gWal reaped,
Your obedient servant,
, K., Ilarrisburg, Pa.
P. 8. I must add that I write and aay
nothing on public subjects which I am un.
willing lo see publiahed. W. S.
Tux xrrtcr or Hail Roam. Hunt'
"Merchant's Magaxine." ha n conclusive
article on the profit! of Rail Roada, their
enhanoemenl of properly, and Ihe security
for constructing tbrm. It reason thus :
A railway traversing the level region
of Ihe west, coats say 13,000 per mile.
If a breadth of Ion milts on either sido
waa worth i5, and rise lo $35 per acre,
aa It will probably In a few years, the
rluo thus orealed la worth fillern times
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IHO COS! 01 ino ruau. outil an ivu. . - -
ment ia only Ihe natural result of a rail. I ?'" J Sugar dOo; SuliBOo; Pepper
way. In a new country al tho same llmojtJI OU; (J rein Collin 4.V, do burnt, un
that It multiplica the per cent prom on all. ground tulrm A-'iu; (iinuu.l CoiP , l.
the producta of Ihe land, It augment the I f fi0o . 8I..H. a un I 9'. ; II .
amount loa degree only Hrrdtcd l lho$ ' ,.,., 3- b iiwll.
enriched by railways far more than an
old ono. Thus !.i Kngland, land haa al.
ready nearly reached it maximum value,
before l.n rnatly system of railways wa
coratrurird. The western aisles, on tho
contrary, real like iiuwnik(fliiiirieawtt
j''"i " ,""""11""
Fact. l Mo-
till in llf four
li.. r tin-1'iirili
. OKU, dim .III- wo.imo. o n, in.. . ."
di.iHuveol .uiy.il.no f.il, lli.-v conn, lo
n Ixd nf aih.lk, which lli-y bum will, an i
( iluXa uticl tin
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hurat up with ureul viol. nci, an I quick. ,
. . . . . . . .. a i I
Iv fill lliu will thus ttia.lv, lh supply nl
water beiuj; ulHctid neither by rain nur
druugl l. Al tho lb-pill uf fourlet'ii fei I
am lound tho ruin of un nncienl clly,
house, paved street, and nioaulu work.
Iti.lriw .1,1. mnl... Ih u luVf-rol' urllt. u ml
at lliirly-six led walnut tree- lire foiiii.il ho did mil lear diaih, but he feared tlin
entire, and with leavee and wnlmit still .di.gnico uf boliut ht lllo a pirate; tho
utxin ihein. At twrniy-i'lgiil leel miii
cliulk I fuiind, and bulow this vrgouble,
trees, and animals as before,
D'lltal Man' adtttlltrititnl in to-day'. papar.
I'ortwaomlenct f tll Nprctator, j
CArA nufraCiTTi f
Novj 85tli, 1 801.
.niToiia oi'KCMToaj in aocoruauce
with arrangeineiitt made wllh you a few
months since, I hasten lo inlorm you aitwl
your reader nf what la going on horoV
Chasta Lily, early In July, was but a
smill place, containing some nil houses,
sluco thai there lies been about I DO build,
ings pnt up, and the number la atill In.
creaslnj. Tim oily, I think, present a
more flourishing condition than any mln
ing town I have aeen In California, for It
ago. liven Nnvada clt), which last win.
lor contained aomo 'JO.UOO Inhabitants, as
it was ettlmaled, did nut at this lime lt
year appear any more flourishing than
this clly doe ol the present lime. Tho
miner ro still working aluul iho creek
and water course, Mug forced to work
them fur want nf water in other places
"mi are making money very fast other
t or $5 wr day. It U bclioved, by iixit
wrsons here, that as snon as the rainy
eaaon eel in, and miner are ablo In
picpeol, there will I rich digging. .11,
' ii ., .ii
toverrd here, a, -'r Ur. . v- h
ap.iranre or containing ii Ii tepn.it. w
golJ liilhcrlo iinilixtiicriil ; Iml l.ir n'
of water Ihey have not been biought lo
light. On Humbug Creek, about H mile
fmm hen, lie iiiimri are tMnit well,
! ric,, dlgilliighliig lalel) brrndicnier
rd then-. M.iit) m tier nrn wailing f.r
lain, I Iml tiny may uork place
jllu-y lit pio.M-ctnl, and Ullctn will
, .1 . f a
tits v - )') nil V'lllin IM-', ll'lt
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u7 iiii-imii h Hi" Mnujn. iinvrilliuv.il
1 ni iiurrmil loj. ifroiunt, hiiI nrr ol-u klt.
ini; fiir ruin MmI i-f ili mlnrr lin
b..1 .re,H.,i,. f. winter l.ilil.W,,-. I,..,,,-.
, "l,r'l"""'- '" """ M"l"-n . hu ..
l- Mo," " ',,rr '"' U,,p '
I"' ". ouu to ilm f.ci th.t llie .on-
-tit nl nnmil of pick tr.iin, floin lte.il
ilia a SiiMmim nu.l I In con, IohiImI Willi ull , . r ,, ,, , ,. .
" ' " ' ,iIiii-I.iii of Iho V-ourl. In eiuliliug al
kind urgokU. Im in iiiimiitialidy houbt'a ,-tr ,,,lor ,llttl ,n He.ti.f (l.ne.li.
up hv our mrrchuiit., nml aclivo iriiiiing oirnt, in 0eii .l. Ion of law and order.
k ration, having bo.i aoiiieiinieauaiieiid I '"' fort
L r e , i i i i I KtlttJ, 'llial wn tlHnnoe sa anw'ae aal
e.) fur want of water, having .Iruined lhoul,.IH,,,ll,. ,. ,u.iv nh .i-tli. Iba
f lirgn iiuautitiea of dual, end
left m with
liiuitid aiiMunt in clicu.
Wc had quite a little "llr up" here
laat Sunday, occasioned by the attrmiii nf
- ..-k. .. I. . ....l . I . . - i t ItftrrJ, 'I'ltat w,. rffald lh failhf! i4r.'
ono negro lo .hoot another ; but, owing f ,.; r,mtwlj;u..,.j,4.li.
lo Ihe tiincl) Interference of a third negro, Uw, Jm,uiffTj k llie fl' eaOu t, m
by Ihrowiug up Ihomuxxl. of the gun. ll SSPXJft
rniilen of the barrel paaard lliiough the eiiiim wuhin ur soVn ah-wM kaM InnJal lh
roof of Iho houae. and cutn-e'a life wa.l'E'H--' MSiSl.ltS
Aa m invarialily llie v uihtiIimm 4imiUnjT;knit1mtvtlU
ccii -slum of I In tliaraolrr. a
. i . i i
mn B-eu( .mi inn w.,, .f g,vrn w.
- etx - the iifgroan.1 p ui.li him. lie waa
aci online IV caliturod, an I taken lied to .
. uiifiuUhed buildiiiif. where a Judiie
aa .uuur I
was iiiiineilialely chou-n, and counul el-
ecled for) both tide, a jury empanneled
- , ' , , ' ' . i
' e '
'' v.-., bum f-f-iififu i.iai
given lo .Mr. Nigger, which resulted in a
" . , ,.
verdict againat the woolly gcnl, and sen.
tence thai ho ahould rtceiva flilren lath.
es upon Iho baro back. The enleiiae
wis lininedlately ixecnled upon him, and
the wholo thing occupied porhaps an hour
after which, the ihoir being over, llie
crowd adjourned to meet again upon Ihe
next occurrence of a similar nslure, and
the probability Ii, that they will aoon have
ihe pleaturu of meeting again.
About four weeks ago wc had a spell
of rainy weather, which laated about a
week. Sluco lliat we hao had a fort,
night' clear weather; .hut within a few
day pail, havo been Ihrealened with rain.
Reef retail here from 3D In 'iH cl. pr.
lb; Ilaioo7.1i ICggstl .V) to 65 0(1 pr.
doz. ; Flour HOo pr. Iu. ; Tnbscvo 91 50
pr. lb ; Dried Apple and Peachea 40o
CmrTKNuiN' Vaioii. I'rnin a I lava
ua li'tli'r, iu Iho Providence Journal, wu
2 z, : .. cr a s"" ' "
- .i... r ii.... t.... i. a .ur. ......... .. t.
Ono fellow wiul up In Crittenden and
"if"""! hi l"uril, lit wniuii tin. utter,
""" I" ",,cl Calllll'i.". epll III llie (lgre.
l"'1'" '"'' :""' Mp.iiili.il i llli-nr who
uour.i.ii i in i in- nui'iisiii iiiiiocru.
r , , 7 , , i I
' o-;"""" "I ih";"pl'. i.lriii!k i h-i, ull.
'"K " ''" ".' '" '"; '"' ,,rl
'I.ullng I ... .1 lki.lly In k.epli.g
"1' i" Titd. tit lliut, lliu (i..iral
or.l.r.. I lh.il no more priamier shuiild lai
bnmghl I J llavanu. Ciilleudi n naked, ua
...Ill Ink .. lit il lata aailul.i I... .l.j.A..
un only !'u Mir, lli.il lie iiilubl ho .Iml in
torrvpoiiilt'il with lliu honor uf nn Amen
in ii rilliocr, unit who had dialiiigulabed
Imnsilf iu tin Mexican war, and as IiIh
tear a would show ; ho .aid ha wu re-
Igiii'd to unit I ho jualice of tlin Uw, fur
I'avur "a rrfuai.l, till J he with II fly .ono
weru anui iu un. uuch , inry wero an
made lo kncrl vxiicpl ihe hero, Crillenden
who trauU'uvt, and hv received his deilh
- - '" rB'"r - "" """"itrc,
'PaAlle MaailHg at ClsslMBeM.
Ala meeting nl the clllxene of Cham.
Eeg and vicinity, held at the house of
ilward lliipul, I. pursiiani to notice
hentho'95lh day of Urccinher, 1MI, for
lheIiiirposo of gelling an exprrsalon of
public opinion In roforenoo to tho course
oi our l' literal umoers, ami the proceed.
Ings of the members elect to our present
Territorial Aaiembly, commenced, by
consent, at Salem, Deo. 1st, 1K31.
Robert Newell waa called to the ohalr;
and Ivlward Dunulaapnelatew Secretary.
On motion of W. II. Heae. a oommltle
nf U were appointed by, the Chair to
draft auilahle resolutions rxpreeelvo of Iho
objeul of the mealing, whereupon the fol.
lowing iierMiua were chosen t W II.
Ilee. II. II. Uurelle, V, Urawlbrd, U.
Duiiuls, J. H. Hmlth, Jains llemhaw.
The Coinmlllvi' retired some three hours.
and reported In lha meeting the following
preamble end retolutioos, which were
unanimously adopted :
If rrii. The Territorial Government
nf Oregon, firms to ho dlsorganlxed by a
lulal separation of the Legldative from
the Exevullvn and Judicial department
of the country, in open violation of the
territorial uonatiiutlon, and Hi long a
bllrhed principle of law upon VJiloh
' mi uiiiMM or Anier can uinny
' "'"" fuiidel; and thia deplorable stale
, lUiln , , ro 'n ou, ,,
a, .film Legl.lallve Assembly, nMed
I biuitry 1st, IHAI, rnlllleil, "an Aol lo
lutiih' for the select l.iiiuf plane lor the
iH.ulinii mid emit Ion nf rumio llulldingt
oflbe'lVriitorynf ilirjjoil. And wliereae,
uiilail dot anay with the leinKrary
S- i, (.'iiti'iiliiuiil l Oirgti City, and
iMiibll.heil llm .iiik. p rma irntly al S
Iii('li!'r"' "'"' M '""" Iho coii.iliiillon.lily
i iu .hi oavirg iKrnqiienonei oy me
i;.i'.ilie, the lull failed lo receive bit
I'lincurrrnt n linn, and hating lih.rqucnt.
ly in due liirin U-eii brought bof.no the
Supreme Court of iho United Siatea in
miii for the 'IVriilorvofOreiron. and nro.
"T' ,y, ,"l'r-,1'r
j .,, (.!. oo .count of
-me lo the lunaiilul of I
provid.-.! l.y tt nfCmgre...
iiotiuinl by that ainhoralivu tribunal lo lie
And uhen-na, the iireent LeoMallro
la ...i.i- .ii. ..ii.... t. ...... . i...ii..ii
t'tdeMlnlUefaol Him Trmli.iv, ty a mi.jw ly ua
- wt ,r.r,vniiovf m't
ii4 iaru.uiiir ibsi
111 lrr.liua ! Il.e dn ta IH1 M I
I IKIgr nrl4l sua
Hifoiiff wlurh dreUen itfUr tmrfWin afttstf
4itiiiii'i Iu bi hjr, atvt Mftlrutl lh mufrrmm
'. ilinivi.l W luliiuirim.
uw oi in istiM, uiiii n tmm nv m nm twt kmwi
. a I . . Ifc .1
.11..... ... 1.. LI ijL.. . .(... ...-!
hi avaaje ita si eata leaauiei ea laatpvi asatitenei
-'7,'., '" ".r,; ZtZZlZl
.f..J la..e s. at..-!.. . al.L. . a!.. ...
laiKiui, ..f Um CunJ. aad il-a Hum. A. K.
))'" M',,rk. Klnnry, and DrwMaU, as ,il
, .. .. '-, . . . ..
ll.illu B. J Ihalf aduailha.1 PT.JU la aakJiln In
-J.i. Hi. -u-uuiwi ,nj Urn MljuduUd
lf ',' UM l'"'.''1",1" "f '"" "'"" '"elf j.
HtnlrtJ, I list il It, poiwu of lha iimtmg
.niai if, i'rau,ooa (4 lit Aaaxial JualKul
"" Hulf""' t'nf Oi.K-..,ly h
,niilliiurli iIh. niMu Jonnula
baa Un iMrummul ia Uinfing
Htwn ua lit.
1'i.wat a..l..)i.jr ..mI .iciimI ai.iaf pyM. and
nirnl, ky rmout((iaf it,. fnlf .mI iksir ir
arnUllIM I. .IUJf Oi. wprri... law .4 il,. UuJ.
Htltfil, Thai II la Uw ij Uw ejus, m v(
Ih. Ui.iU.1 Hula., U.niugb-,11. tim Trnitory, lo
ipra thair d.i.ff.ri4at'.N. ta U.. cutna punHwd
lo thr Ucnlatlt. AaaiUi raawwd i Rilam.
in lli.r an. nil la mi ..dclli. dUua of UwHu
.iM. i un w irr. p..
On motion of W. Rees
Xftmtfi, Thai a n.p) ..( Uw o.J nra nf
Uia ..uwiing Iw prrnml by lit. beci.t.ry J
lurwarhil to lit. arwr.l n.Uw juijiuaU m( III.
T. inliiry, will. arwiJaM Ih.l tit. now may ra.
cv.vu . lscnii.tlw r MiieeU,. coluniiia
KDSVAIIII UUI'UIh, Hw.
Movk On. If ouaro ever lo be any.
thing, you mual make il )imrelf, The
world I gelling loo praullcal lo help
drone ami piuli ihein along, when there
ia a buay luvo uf workers, who, il any.
thing, livn luo f.al. You mual lift up your
own l.el, and if you have clog on, which
clailer abdafAwour heel, they will aoon
I. orn iiTrad left behind Iu the duaty
d.l.'tay. Mark out tho line which you
, t. let lliu truth hi. the ohj-'ut-glaa
- . i a.) the surveying chain ami riul
imiii lliu Ivitl with which )nu layout
your In I.I ; and thus prcpjri.l, with pru
il. iao I'll one haul, and wra-v-ranoe on
iho oilier, ynu sic. il fear no obstuuloi' Do
not l.c ulrnid Iu luku Ih.' Ural alcp. k.d
n. aa .till U-gcl ua.urauce, and the Oral
a i'p will l.riug you o iiiuuh iiiurerlho
wioiiil. Rut If your Hut step break down,
Iry agitiu. ou will Iw aiirrr and safer by
Iho trial, Ocalde if you never mow, )ou
wil tieter know your own puwor. A man
siamlnig atill and declaring Ida Inability
lo walk, uillniiii making an effort, would
bo a general laughing .t.Kk and ao mur
ully, ia Iho man, iu uiir opinion, who will
nut let hi moral uud lulvllvoluul power,
and then gruttly usatiro nn thai he haa
"no gunlua," nr "no talent," nr "liocapa.
city." A 111111 with M-elug rye krrplng
lliciu hul, mid complaining thai ho can.
iml sec, I iho iruuipvier of hi uwu ina.
OCrA Talklng.Matoh lately "camf off"
at New Orleans fur Avo duller a aide.
It continued, according to the Advertiser,
fur Ihlilceii houre, the rivals "being a,
Frenchman and a Kcnluoklan, The by
alandera and Judgea were all talked lo
sleep, and when Ihey waked In the mora.
Ing, ihey found lha FrepofcmarfaU, at .
the Kentuoklan wMeftttiaJ ha kkj f. '
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