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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 13 July 1856
HOTELS, Etc. GREAT REDUCTION IN THE PRICE OF BOARD AT Nos. 119 and 121 Sacramento Street, T.. v. , _ SAN FRANCISCO, U«*BOW»&gt;d l eabT nil to he the BEST, the CHEAPEST end h^«te.?T„ 0 . r i. to K ,S ' otel 0n tbe Pa&lt;:iac Coast. It is centrally vSftv r bu " n '" P»" of the city, and in the immediate c'™Z*Vomcl a * r ™ h MiDt 3 'he Ocean Steamship BOARD ™' ! REDDCED RATES IN THE PRICE OF Board, per day „„ Board, per week . I\ 22 KfiX '.'.soi:, TSe:,'or »1 OO Lodging, p er week «j w t3 no $4 •„ |g _ ISriIATIIS FIIKE!«J ' J™ , ' l,n "riving in the eily, nnd intending to stop at the « Hat Llieer House, are particularly requested to beware of Runners and Hack Drivers, representing themselves as belonging to the House. The reputation of the What Cheer House being long and well established, enables tbe proprietor to diiDense with runners. I say, again, look out for them, or yon are certain to become a victim to their swindling operations In addition to a great number or ...
A NEW SONG OF A SHIRT. [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 13 July 1856
A NEW SONG OF A SHIRT. With patience weary and worn, Wilh curses dire and dread, A bachelor sat, with his shirt in his lap, Plying his needle and thread. Stitch, stitch, stitch, While with blasphemous epithets curt. He cursed his laundress, the withered witch, And sewed at his buttonless shirt. Stitch, stitch, stitch. While the cab waits at the door; This stitch, stitch, stitch. Is a most confounded bore. 'Tis 0! to be a slave, E'en to an extravagant wife, And never be able a penny to save— If this be bachelor life. Stitch, stitch, stitch, When I should be at a ball; Stitch, stitch, stitch, Or IU naver get there at all. The polka I'm pledged lo dance With the girl with whom I flirt And now, by a cursed chance, A button's off every shirt. A button's off every shirt. And she will be cross, I know. And ten to one will flirt With every moustached beau. Aud she'll call me a faithless swain, And say I have 'eft her, too— While for her sake I am tugging in vain To get this needle through. ...
%>t fast of gis Harr. [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 13 July 1856
%\&gt;t fast of gis Harr. BY J. F. SMITH. AUTHOR OP "THB SOLDI If R OF MMUM," u MINNIE GRRY," KTC. CHAPTER XV. M Thou unrelenting Past! Strong are the barriers of thy dark domain ; And fetters, sure and fast. Bind all that enter thy unbreathiDg reign." W. C. Brtijit. Mr. Elton was seated in bis chambers in the Temple, poring over oneof those legal puzzles, cm pared to which the Sphinx might have been easily unriddled, nnd the dark hieroglyphics of Egypt ns simple to decipher as the common alphabet; in other words, he was reading a venerable Chancery brief, which had made its Hrst appearance in the world when his predecessor in the tirm was v youth—before he had grown-up sons and daughters, or been addressed by the name of grandfather. The document had a yellow look, that might be accounted tor by its age, and a faint musty odor, as if the tears of those whose hopes had been bound up with it had mildewod the folios. It ought to have been written ti|ton blotting paper, instead...
The Procea of Photography. [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 13 July 1856
The Procea of Photography. PattHaglatpliy nr rullier the process, is performed by wnsltino over good, letter papar with the billowing li&lt;piii| : -A saturated solution of succinic acid, two ilraelims ; mucilage of gum nraliie. half v ilraclim : witter, one mill a half drachms. When the |iu|)cr is □ry, il is noshed over mice »iih it llllajllltl rwiotaja Log one ilritelmi of nitrate? uf silver in iw ounce of distilled water. The |m|a ris allowed to dry in llie dark, uml is lit fur use. It can be preserved in a portfolio, ami employe.! Nt any time in the ratneraohararm, exposing it to the light from two to eight minutes uccordinp to its vivacity. When the paper is taken out of the camera,, no trace of a picture can be Ma To produce this effect, mix oneilrachm of a sat unit it] point ion uf snlphute uf iron, willi two or three drachms of mucilage of ptim nraliie unti brush over the ptvper evenly wilh this mixture. In a few seconds the latent images an l seen In develop tlifiii...
The Biter Bit. [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 13 July 1856
The Biter Bit. A poor fellow, who iiad spent hundreds of dollars at a certain groggety, licing one day faint und fii'ble. and out id ehunge. a-kial ihe landlord to trust aim with a gla-s of liquor. " Nn." was ihe reply, " 1 never make a pructii-e of doing such thing-.'' The poor fellow turned to a gentleman who was sitting by. and whotn lie had known in Utter days, saying. " Sir. will yon lend me si.\-ictice V " Certainly,*' was the reply. The landlord wilh alacrity placed the decanter and glass Udore him. lie took a pretty good horn, nnd having swallowed it and replaced llie glass with evident satisfaction, he turned to the man who had lent him Ibe si.\|X'liee, and said. " Here, sir. i&gt; the aixpeoee I owe you -1 make it a point, degraded as 1 am. always to pay borrowed money before I pay my grog bill."
Real Discontent. [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 13 July 1856
Real Discontent. The following anecdote is related of Iloliert de Insiilu, or llulieliuid. a man of low birth, and one of the bishops of lltirhum : Having given his mother an eslablishment suitable to his own rank, and asking her once, when he went to sec her, how she fared, she answered, " Never worse!" • What troubles thee?" said the bishop, "hast thou not men and women enough to attend tlnv ?" " Yea," ouoth the old woman, " and more than enough! 1 say to one—go, and he runs ;to another—come here, fellow I und the varlet falls down on his knees ; and in short, all things go on so abominably smooth, that my heart is bursting for something to spite me, aud pick a quarrel withal V
A Flower upon the Glacier. [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 13 July 1856
A Flower upon the Glacier. There may lie poetry even upon the bare Alp of Infidelity or Skepticism. The following two lines of epitaph, evidently by an unlwlk-viug or doubting mind, show the true inspiration : If there's another world, he lives in bliss: //' there U none—he noo/e the nets of thin.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 13 July 1856
DOUGLASS &amp; DALE, *m 155 J Street, 3tj-Sp* SACRAMENTO CITY, IHrOKTKKH or AM [■Xt; mi IH Piano Fortes, Melodeans, Anil every description of MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AMD MUSICAL MERCHANDISE. Sheet, Card, and Book Music. ALL THE LATEST POPULAR AND FASHIONABLE MUSIC OF THE DAY Received liy every Steamer. The assortment of Sheet Music always ou lund embraces selections from catalogues of tha most celebrated publishers in the United States and Europe. Spanish and Italian Songs, With Piano or Guitar Accompaniment, Ac. DOUBLE BASSES. VIOLONCELLOS, VIOLINS, GUITARS, FLUTINAS, ACCORDEONB, CLARINETS, FLUTES, FIFES, BANJOS, Ac. INSTRUMENTS CAREFULLY TUNED AND REPAIRED Toys, Games, and Children's Presents, IN GREAT VARIETY. LADIES' WORK BASKETS, BACKGAMMON BOARDS, FANCY GOODS, MUSIC BOXES, FENCING FOILS, BOXING GLOVES, FEATHER DUSTERS, POLICE WHISTLES, BILLIARD BALLS, BILLIARD CHALK, CKIBBAGE BOARDS, CCC LEATHERS, BIRD CAGES, CHESSMEN, CUE WAX, m»«-»m MASKS, Ac.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 13 July 1856
BOOKS AND STATIONERY. STATIONERS' HALL, BOLTON A BARRON'S BUILDING. CHAELEB CARL, IMPORTER OF AND DEALER IN Books, Stationery, and Fancy Articles. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. LAW. REPORTS. Wendell's, Pickering's, Clarke'. Chancerj, Belden's, Harbor's S. 0., Metcalf's, Hopkins do Hoffman*!, Howard's S. C, Sanford'sfl. C.,Massachnsetts, Denio's, Comstock's, Dewer's N. V., Carter's, Smith's. Howard's Practice, Cushlng'i, Angell on Common Carriers, Graham's Practice, do do Tide Waters, Hare on Discovery, do do Water Courses, Hill on Trustees, do do Limitations, Holcombe's Dr. A Cr. do A Ames on Corporations, Ililliard en Real Property, Allen on Sheriffs, Johnson's Cases, Addition's Contracts, Kent's Commentaries, Abbott on Shipping, Kinne's Kent, Ames' Leading Cases, Lock wood's Revised Cases, Adams on Ejectment, Minot's Digest k Supplement, Anthon's Laws, Oliver's Precedents, Bacon's Abridgement, do Forms, Burrill'a Law Dictionary, Koscoe Criminal Evidence, Benedict s Admiralty, Rurrell on C...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 13 July 1856
ELECTRO CHEMICAL BATHS. Tbe recent discovery of a really wonderful aud most beneficent method of applying electricity lor the removal from tne human system, of Mercury in all its forms, iron, zinc, lead, antiinonv, arsenic, quinine,' aud all other inetels, and insidious drugs, and the conaeq t SPEEBY CUKE of K-.w'.-iV. RHEUMATISM, STIFF JOINTS, PAINTEUS' CIIOI.IC AND LAME WHIST, INDOLENT ULCERS, JAUNDICE, FEVER AND AGUE, DISEASED LIVER, DISEASED KIDNEYS, ■ ■ ■ TIC DOI.OUEUX, and ALL NERVOUS AFFECTIONS, etc— la termed as above. The cure is almost immediate. These Uuths produce the most gratifying and delightful sensations, without shock or disagreeable disturbing. 0 r the system. Those who have been without hope fur months or years those who arc " neither dead nor alive " those who feel cold and torpid -those who know they are " full Ti '"K n '" r &gt;- ''."'j "&lt;" l'«' c it " taken out" of them -all, all-will lake these Klcctrn-Cheiu'ici.l liaths. I lie l.iidic.swi...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 13 July 1856
MISCELLANEOUS. 'pilE INGRATITUDE OF MAN TO HIS FELLOW MAN 1 uso often met with in lire Hint Itatlaioalala, prompted hv the finer feelings of the heart, are oases in Ihe lite of those who sacrifice their best days la philanthropic ilevoiion to the alle Tiation of the ills or frnil mortality. Empiricism Hoods ih columns of our press with fraudulent and fictitious letters singing psaans to the worth of their own egotistical charlatanism. Below we append a letter from v worthy man, who a brief period since, seemed destined lo " si.utile off this mortal coil ;'• who looked forward to his dissolution with that pleasure which only those weighed down hy Ihe heavy hand of disease can. Contrary lo hoiie, the ability of a skillful physician has restoreil him to his former health. Believed from his terrible situation, and impelled hy gratitude, he makes known his ease and remedial agent, and his statement is authenticated hy a Notary Public. The demands of society imperiously command its public...
THE SONG OF THE CAMP. [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 20 July 1856
THE SONG OF THE CAMP. nv UftTARU TITUlK. A CRIMEAN INCIIIENT. Give us a Song !'■ the soldiers cried. The outer trenches guarding. When the healed guns of the camps allied Grew weary of bombarding. The dark Kedan, in silent scoff, Lay, grim and threatening, under ; And the Lawny mound wf tlie MalakolT No longer belched its thunder. There was a pause. Tbe guardsman said : M We storm the forts I" mo-row; Sing white we may—another day Will bring enough of sorrow.'' They lay along the battery's side, Below tbe smoking cannon — Brave hearts, from Severn and from Clyde, And from the hanks of Shannon. They sang of love, and not of fame ; Forgot was Britain's glory— Each heart recalled a diff* rent name. But all sang " Annie Laurie." Voice after voice caught up the song. Until it. tender passion Rose like an anthem, rich and strong— Their battle-eve confession. Pear girl, her name he dared not speak. Yet, as tbe song grew louder, Something u|kmi the soldier's cheek Washed oil* the sta ns of ...
THE HERRING AND THE OYSTER. [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 20 July 1856
THE HERRING AND THE OYSTER. A hrriing loved An oyster, An oyster in the south; And nil the herring longed for Wa a kiss from her assart* mouth. But the oyster she was scornful, And ever stayed at home. Shut up in her tight shell c i stle, Where never a kias could conic. 'Twas on a summer evening, Her shell was opened wide, To see her charms reflected On the silver-gleaming tide. Quick came the love-lorn herring, Like lightning flew his fin : " And now," thought he, " or never. Sweet love, my kiss I'll win." But as toward the oyster Too far his head he leaned. Snap came the shells together, And he was guillotined 1 All in the glowing sunset, He floated from the shore. And from the neck dime gurgling: " I'll ne'er love oyster more."
Canon* Mode of Cure. [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 20 July 1856
Canon* Mode of Cure. That mysterious influence exercised by the mind over the body, is well illustrated in the following case contained in Dr Warren's excellent, treatise on the " Preservation of Health." •• Sometime since a female presented herself In me withaJumnr or swelling of the sub-maxillary gland of the neck It was about the size of an egg, had lasted two years, and was so very hard that I considered uny effort to dissipate it by medicine to be vain, and advised its removal by an oiieratiou. To this the patient could not bring her mind; therefore, to satisfy her wish, some applications of considerable activity were directed to be made to the part, and these she pursued a niimlter of weeks without any change. After this, she called on me, and with some hesitation, begged to know whether an application recommended to her would, in my opinion, be safe. This consisted in applying the hand of a dead man three times to the diseased part. &lt; )ne of her neighbors now lay d...
Popularity of Louii Napoleon in France. [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 20 July 1856
Popularity of Louii Napoleon in France. An American in Paris w-HtaM " I have ttnwi that ti moJcoii ■ the most peprjHr among tin* IHUveibitvllv restless working efcuvWi of I'uris. You would DC surprised had you hoard iiiiuiv hard-working BHn who had applauded the rcpuhl ie at the downfall of Idmm Philbpe, My thai they would willingly turn hangman to plate the hemp aroiitiil the i Us of Letrrtti ttotlin ami company, were (they to attempt to disturb Ihe order of things now c\i-ting iv Fiance. I lnenlion Ibis bet because you are pretty generally, on the other side o| the Atlantic, untler a wrong impression thai the l.ni|Hror is hated. The truth is. that if the MM is despi&gt;ed, the axief't irn is admired, so due is it that men judge of actions hv their results; and surely no one can deny, who revisits Frame at the present time, and reineinliors her us she stood at the lx'ginning and ut the end of 1849, that the result of the ri&gt;tij&gt; d'etat has Urn a blessi...
Uselessness of Avarice. [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 20 July 1856
Uselessness of Avarice. Lord Bruco was liis own lactor, and collected Us Own rents; in which duties ho is said to have been so rigoccwly exact, that a farmer being one rent-day delicient in a single farthing, he caused him to trudge to a considerable distance to procure that little sum. heroic he Would grunt a discharge. When the business WW adjusted the countryman said to his Lordship : " Now, Braeo, I wad gie ye a kbiHin' for a sight o' a' the gowd and siller ye hae." •• Weel, man," answered the miser, " it's no cost ye ony mair :" ami accordingly he exhibited to the burner several iron boxes lull of gold and silver coin. • Now," said the farmer, " I'm as rich as yoursel' Itruco." " Ay. mau," said his Lordship, '• how can that be »" " lle.-ause I've seen it," replied the countryman, " and ye cau do nae mair."
A: ids. [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 20 July 1856
A: ids. The sonnies-- i&gt;f the juice of leiiiiin nnd the acidity of vinegar are so well-known that the mWHS ini'iitioii of tin in is sufficient lo convey a know hsdgv ol Ihe i hit ! ipiulilics ol sour- or acids in their natutal stutr. Therv are so many acids that two or three pagi-s of an index ti&gt; it chemical book are taken up in ciniiiH'ruting them, Kvcrv fruil contains tin m|| : nearly all the metal-' are capable of forming acids. When coals, wood. paper, rugs, charcoal, brimstone, phosphorus, and many other siib-tauci-s an b-Mtafjq, arid-are Urndhieed. A Mini stone i» au neiil. There is an acid in our window gla.--. and in many of our niosl cosily pnviouii slmirs. The ajr we lirealho contains acid. We creute au ai id in the lungs by ihe act of breathing. Ily a very slii'lil change sugar can lie eouverleil into oxalic acid, which is a, strong poison. Sugar by unoilier change, i- converted into vinegar. These two illustrations show that a swivt can l»econverte...