NEWS FROM THE U. STATES.
PASSAGE OF THE NOTICE BILL.
Some of the Oregon emigrants of 1846, arrived at Oregon City on the 25th of August--also a naval officer, (Lieut. Woodworth, who is connected with the U. S. Navy,) crossed over the Rocky Mountains in company with three other gentlemen destined to Oregon, having letters for the squadron, which were left on the U. S. Sch'r Shark, lying in the Columbia river. Lieut. Woodworth brought us files of papers from various parts of the United States of dates up to the 23d of April, and says he brought papers of dates up to the 1st of May, as far as Fort Hall, but by accident they were unfortunately left at Fort Hall. He declares that one newspaper left by accident at Fort Hall, contained the news of the final