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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 3 August 1856

SPECIAL NOTICES tW Dr. I. J. Czapkay—The honoruMs xrrrj oymsisteat coctrse of this gentleaian h»s won fur hi.n imperishable respect, flet won hy tradoring the character! of others, or seeking ts bnrld up his own hy the ruin nf another a fiime ; hut relying solely upon the public value of his ser7ic«s,. he ha pressed on to the mark cf bis high calling, and has successfully reached the goal of his aspirations. It is too sonimon ' that men in respectable professions forget in their selfish desires the respect due to therrvelvrs and others, snd descend to vindictive, an true ami wsnecessary abuse, that they may injure a competitor, with wbom they are otherwise unable to cope. Such has never been the course of the gentleman whosa name forms the caption of this notice, and unless we are very much deceived in the representations we have had of him, such never will be the case. His private character is not sullied by aught that could stain his purity, and his professional skill we regard as...

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NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 3 August 1856

NEWS OF THE WEEK. Hetherington and Brace, the murderers of Dr. Randall nnd Capt. West, were'executed on Tuesday, July 89th, at a little before six o'clock, by the .Vigilance Committee. The execution did not take place from the windows of the Committee rooms, as in the instance of Casey and Corn; but a scaffold was erected on Davis street, between Sacramento and Commercial. An immense crowd was gathered in the vicinity, covering many of the house tops and filling every window commanding a view of the scene. Several of the houses gave wav under the pressure, but. fortunately no one was seriously injured. Hetherington appeared composed, and addressed the spectators in the vicinity for several minutes. lie expressed no regret for the murder of Dr. Randall, and said that at no period in his life had he been unprepared to go into the presence of Ins Maker. He was interrupted continually during his speech by Brace, who displayed" the most shocking levity, the more disgusting as it was inde...

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GENERAL GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 3 August 1856

GENERAL GOSSIP. * * A physician living in Hennepin, Putnam county, H. V., states, that a few weeks ago he was called professionally to attend upon a lady in the vicinity, in the hour of parturition. The sufferings of the mother were unusually brief and light. When the child was born, it presented a degree of deformity unparalleled in human malformation, being coiled up not unlike a large serpent. The bottom of the feet were planted square upon the forehead, and the arms were so coiled within the folds or the lower extremities as not to be visible. When the child was uucoiled, it was discovered that the joints or the wrists, elbows, shoulders, ankles, knees, and hips, were all dislocated. These the physicians restored to their natural position, and when thus restored, the child measured three rect in length, and only three inches in girth around the chest; the arms were eighteen inches long, and not over one in circumference. It lived only the short space or eight hours. * * The New ...

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nnr, fact and fancy. [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 3 August 1856

nnr, fact and fancy. Tobacco is by some persons recommended as beneficial to the teeth ; but while it can have no material effect in preserving the bony substance or the teeth, it has a real influence on their vitality by impairing the healthy action of the gums. These and also the adjacent parts, are very subject to cancer, particularly the tongue and Hps. When as is usually the case, one side or the tongue is' aflected with ulcerated cancer, it arises from the habitual retention or the tobacco in contact with this part. The irritations from a cigar, or even from a tobacco pipe, frequently precedes cancer of the lip. The lower lip is more commonly affected by cancer than the upper, in consequence of the irritation produced on this part by acrid substances from the mouth. Among such substances, Dothing is more likely to cause a morbid irritation, terminating in disease, than tobacco juice. Old persons arc very liable to cancer, especially about the face • and when an irritating subs...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 3 August 1856

2=C3 C. L. TAYLOR & CO., g| §9 IMPURTKRS AND MANUFACTURERS OF ■f" ■ SASH, DOORS, Ir ■ And Blinds. E>«P constantly on hand A large assortment or —I BAXUSTEBS, NEWZL POSTS, French Windows, Mouldings, 1 AND GLASS f=jjp| Noi. 34 and 26 CALIFORNIA STREET, Lai LJ Betw « n — Oram, San Franciaco C. L. Tayloa, l ! - J " agg"! T J«l5-Bn, LAW FIRM. CHAS. T. BOTTS. C. c gACKVTT TOD ROBINSON. H. 0. BEATTY ROBINSON, BEATTY A BOTTS, No. 1 Bead'i Block, SACRAMENTO. rnT4 6 m » WM. NEWELL, BROKER FOR PRINTERS No. 130 Sanaomc street, I»b2 I ly BAN FRANCISCO.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 3 August 1856

I MISCELLANEOUS. I *Vv iAr ST NOTICE.—ATWILL A CO. lIFG TO QX\ f {{b '"form ">eif numerous patrons through- / I FROM \ V oal ** COT,n "T> ,h,,t »H orders for A. / / »111 A \ A Co. must be directed to 172 Washing/AITWIIII\ ">.} »"■"*• BAN "«*NClBCo,asse T .ral I \ Mil iK"I " n °l* eeper * ,re Pending to be eon\*%4ijj»'xj2/ nected with A. A Co., copying their jflf advertisements, sign,, Ac., 4c, causing many complaints lo be received relative (wrayflQp) to Inferior quality of Goods and exorbitant prices charged. ATWILL & CO., FROM ?AN FRANCI%i(f Pianofortes and Melodeons, OF ROSEWOOD AND MAHOGANY/, Or European and American manufacture, of all tbe beat makers, and of every variety of style and price. MUSIC MERCHANDISE, Of every description, and MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, D ° UB b\\SSES,^^i^B^ S j N^ l ~ i m iTUin I ™ s '* APw (EmmT llkxO "'•ndBASS m castS VIOLONCELLOS, TAMBOURINES, Ac., Ac. • SHEET, CABD, AND BOOK MUSIC. gr — 11 ...-.ii™ A ALI * T...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 3 August 1856

AMUSEMENTS. METROPOLITAN THEATRE, Montgomery street, near Jackson street. Proprietor and Manager Mr. John Torrence Stage Manager Mr. George Ryer THE LAST NIGHT OF THE ENCHANTRESS. This, (Sunday,) Evening, August 3d, 1856, The performance will commence with the French Vaudeville DEUX PROFONDS SCELERATS. Prancastor M. Bonnet | Fretillard M. Tallot To conclude with THE ENCHANTRESS. Stella, (tbe Enchantress) Mrs. Julia Gould Collins S 0 " SEJ* Mr. Chas. Pope Principal Danseuse Mi l e . Ther „ e Assisted by the fuil strength or the Company. pricks or ADaissios: Dress Circle and Parquette at on Second and Third Tiers 50 cts Private Boxes $6 to $15 | Orchestra Boxesl.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.ta Oti Doors will open at 7 o'clock. Performance will commence at 8 o'clock, precisely. Box pace open from A. M„ to 4 P. M. ADELPHI THEATRE, Dupont Street, between Clay and Washington. Stage Manager Mr . j. D McGowan Acting Managers Mart Taylor and Philo Doud CROWDED HOUSES NIGHTLY. This, (Sunday,) Evening, Augus...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 3 August 1856

MISCETJLANEOUS. PAEENTSf ARE YOU NOT GOING TO BUY A CARRIAGE, A CHAIR, A BABY JUMPER, Or at least » RATTLE for that darling Baby? Are yon not otag to buy ■ mgff m ua tf ma A ROCKING HORSE, A GAME, A VELOCIPEDE, F..r John, on his approaching Birth- * '*Wday » Are you not going to buy A TEA OR FURNITURE SET, GRACE HOOPS, BATTLEOOORS, A DOLL, Or some other retty Toy, for Mary, who has been such a nice Girl at School * Are you not going to buy a Beautiful 8 CAGE tor your CANARY, (jmrniimlp a basket r ! For Marketing, USV 6» Something ORNAMENTAL for the Mamie- — ■ffjlynT'tjl ■ piece, or it may be a JL»Wijeui«il-S COMB AND BRUSH, s&VjMEi For th " Toilet Stand ? X O HLE R Keeps all of these things and thousands of others for MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN. Before purchasing, go to bis Store, and if you don't bring away the desired articles, it will not be because they art not good, beautiful and cheap. ♦ M U S ICIANS ! Do you want the First Quality of «?*i*l&< R...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 3 August 1856

GREAT REDUCTION' IN THE PRICE OF BOARD AT Nos. 119 and 121 Sacramento Street, - , SAN FRANCISCO, n acknowledged by all to be tbe BEST, the CHEAPEST and most comfortable Hotel on the Pacific Coast. It ia centrally located in the business part of the city, and in the immediate ricinity of the U. 8. Branch Mint and the Ocean Steamship Companies' Offices. , BOARD AD THE REDCCED RA ™ IN THE PRICE OF _ —teems— Board, per day M M Board, per week |« OO Lodging, per night 50e.,TJe.,0r $1 OS bodging, per week »g no, *S 00, 14 00, «6 00 _ tH* - BATHS FREE! Whaic'it™ a . r , rivin| 5 in ,he ci,T . •** inlending to stop at the WaaWOhasW.jasaat, are particularly requested to beware of Runners and Hack Drivers, representingthemselves a, belong, ing to the House. The reputation of the What Cheer House being long and well established, enables the proprietor to dispense with runners. I say, again, look out for them, or yon are certain to become a victim to their swindling operations In addition lo a ...

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TO A FRIEND Who would have me Sixteen Years Old. [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 3 August 1856

TO A FRIEND Who would have me Sixteen Years Old. BT lUCK CART. Suppose your hand with power supplied,— Say, would you slip it 'neath my hair, And turn it to the golden side Of sixteen years? Suppoie you dare! And I stood here with smiling month. Red cheeks, and hands all softly white, Exceeding beautiful with youth; And that some tiptoe-treading sprite Brought dreams as sweet as they could be. To keep the shadows from my brow. And plucked down hearts to pleasure me. As you would rosea from a bough! What could Ido then? Idly wear, (The while my mates went on before,) The bashful looks, and goldenhair , Of lixteen years! and nothing morel Nay, done with youth are iW *»•«•«- Life has no pain I fear to meet. Experience, with its dreadful ares. Melt, knowledge to a welding heat Andeven IL« "res of heart and brain. Where purpose into power was wrought, I'd bear, and gladly bear again, Rather than be put back a thought (to, sigh no more, my gentle friend. That I am at the time of day When ...

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Cjjr fast of flis Hart*. [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 3 August 1856

Cjjr fast of flis Hart*. BY J. F. SMITH, AUTHOR or " TBI lOLDIKR Or rORTUSI," " mini OUT," RTC. CHAPTER XX.—Continued. Dr. Mailing, the head master of the grammar-school, was not only a right good scholar, but a warm-hearted, ' benevolent man. Mr. Barnard had been his friend tor years, and he felt perfectly assured that his young protege could not be placed in better hands to cultivate those natural talents which providence had so bounteously lavished upon him. On their arrival at Bury St. Edmunds, the travelers proceeded at once to the school-house, a long, low, irregular building, which, whatever its original merits, has been so disfigured by modern improvements—as they were doubtless considered—that all character is destroyed. The only indication of its antiquity is a bust of Edward the Sixth, the founder, stuck in a" hole intended lor a niche in one of the walls. Dick felt somewhat overawed by the stately bearing of the doctor, and his measured phrases. " How wise he mast be," h...

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I Don't Dance. [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 3 August 1856

I Don't Dance. A plain, unlettered man from the back country in the Slate of Alabama, came lo Tuscaloosa, and on the Sabbath went early to church. He had been tco—to—?d to attend nwrting in ichool eoeen and in private dwellings, where each one appropriated to themselves the lir.-t Net which they found unoccupied. lie selected, therefore, a scat in a convenient slip, and awaited patiently the av-cmbling of the congregation, 'lhe services com men. yd. Presently the music of a full-toned organ burst upon his astonished ear ; he had never heard one before. At the same time the gentleman who owned the slip came up the isle, with his lady leaning on his arm. As he approached the door"of the slip, he motioned to the eountrvman to come out, in order to give place to the lady. This movement the countryman did not comprehend, and from the situation of the gentleman and lady, associated as it was in his mind wilh the music, he immediately con-luded that a cotillion or French enntra-dance, or s...

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Thackeray on Backbiting. [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 3 August 1856

Thackeray on Backbiting. Thackeray gives •• hnmaii natur" some hard rubs in hia novels. Take the following from "The Xewcomes," for instance, ou the pleasant sin of backbiting, to which everybody is more or less given : '■ Hackbiting is all fair in society. Abuse mc and I will abuse you ; but let us be friends when we meet. Have we not all entered a dozen rooms and been sure, from the. ntenanees of the amiable persons present, lhat the y have been discussing our little peculiarities perhaps as we were on the stairs ? Was our visit therefore less agreeable ? Did we quarrel, and say hard words to one another's faces ? No—we wait until some of our dear friends take their leave, aud then conies our turn. Mv back is at my neighbor's servhv ; as soon as that "is turned, let him made what face he thinks proper; but when we meet we grin an.l shake hands like well-bred folks, to whom clean linen is not more necessary than a clean, sweet-looking counteuanee, and v nicely got up smile for comp...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 3 August 1856

FOR WASHING CLOTHES, Ao" WITHOUT LABOR. FULLARD'sTeLEBR ATED PATENT WASHING FLUID WARRANTED NOT TO INJURE THE CLOTHES. THIS UNRIVALED MIXTURE HAS ONLY TO BE TESTUn to prove iv excellent qualities. All the manufacturer would claim for in. a fair trial, (according to the directions given on each bottle,) feeling conßdent that entire satisf.c tion will be given. «..»iac We are well aware that many articlea have been offered to the public, proving to be all that il is claimed for this which, upon trial, have proved injurious to the clolhes. From this cau.e public oonßdence has been in a measure destroyed We, however, offer an entirely different article, which will be found to save nearly all Ihe labor of washing, as the clothes L*S~Se»» "bbing. The manufacturer will guarantee that the Fluid will in no manner injure the clothes TO MARINERS This Washing Eluid is particularly recom. good lather can be obtained from any kind of .oap, answer ng allthepurpo.c.of fresh water for'washing. It wi...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 3 August 1856

BOOKS AND STATIONERY. STATIONERS' HALL, BOLTON A BARRON'S BCILDINO. CHAKLESCARL, IMPORTER OF AND DEALER IN Books, Stationery, and Fancy Articles, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. LAW. REPORTS. Wendell's, Pickering's, Clarke's Chancery, Selden s, Barbor's 8. C, Meicalf's, Hopkins do Hoffman s, Howard's 8. C, Sauford'sS. C., Massachusetts, Dcnios, Comstock's, Hewer sN. V., Carter's, Smith's. Howard's Practice, Cashing'!, Angell on Common Carriers, Graham's Practice, do do Tide Water*, Har« on Discovery, do do Water Courses, Hill on Trustees, do do Limitations, Holcombe's Dr. A Cr. do A Amen on Corporation!, Hilliard en Real Property, Allen on Sheriffs, Johnson's Cases, Addison's Contracts, Kent'! Commentaries, Abbott on Shipping, Kinne'i Kent, Arae!' Leading Cases, Lockwood's Revised Cases, Adatcs on Ejectment, Minot's Digest A Supplement, Anthon's Laws, Oliver's Precedents, Bacon's Abridgement, do Forma, Bnrrill'a Law Dictionary, Roscoe Criminal Evidence, Benedict. Admiralty, Rurrell on Crimes,...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 3 August 1856

ELECTRO CHEMICAL, BATHS. The recent discovery of a really wonderful and most beneficent method of applying electricity for the ren c I f the human system, o"f Mercury in all its forms, iron, line, lead, antimony, arsenic, quinine, and nil . 55? minerals, and insidious drugs, and the consequent BPEKDY CUKE of ' mel,;ls ' PARALYSIS, RHEUMATISM, STIFF JOINTS, PAINTER!* CHOI If AND LAME WRl«t INDOLENT ULCERS, JAUNDICE, FEVER AND AGUE, ' -" Ki?,r . DISEASED LIVER, DISEASED KIDNEYS, TIC DOt.OKEFX, and ALL NERVOUS AFFECTIONS, etc— Is termed ns above. The cure is almost immediate. Those liaths produce the most gratifying and fcKadttro] sensations, without shock or difitgreeiible disturhanco of the system. Those who have been without hope for months or years —those who are "neither dead nor alive"—those who feel cold and torpid -'hose who know they are •• full of mercury," iron, etc. and wish to have it "taken out" of them—all, all—will take these Eloctro-llhetmeal Bailee The Ladies will fin...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 3 August 1856

DR. HEUnMANN'S MEDICAL OFFICE, SAN FRANCISCO. JAR. M HKINIM ANN HAS KKM< >YKD HIS MKDICAL OF--1 / flee lo the corner oT Jackson and Montgomery streets, San BTRssflblu.vTwr the Hanking House of Lucas, Turner A Co., and will there always l>c ready for cousultation from eight o clock in the morning to eight o'clock in the evening. DR. HKIMMANN, who has practiced medicine in California with great success since lMtf, and who during his stay of five years in the mining districts, has earned a lasting reputation as an excellent Physician and Surgeon, hereby announces to bis numerous friends and acquaintances tn the mines and to tlie public or California generally, that he has established himself permanently in the above medical office in the city of Sau Francisco, wltere he will g.re his best attention to the treatment of all diseases, particularly those or a chronic character, that is, or long standing, of which he cau effect a most thorough cure. DR. lIEI...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 3 August 1856

MISCELLAIVEOUS. _ '■•jl^rir^r^iilri^ and suneic.L institute, A MEED OF JUST PRAISE. THE INGRATITUDE OF MAN TO HIS FELLOW MAM ia 10 often met wiOi in life tlmt testimonials, prompted by tbe finer feelings of the heart, are oases in tlie Uie of tho?e whosacrifice their best flays in philanthropic devotion to the alle Tiation of the ills of frail mortality. Empiricism floods th columns of our press with fraudulent and fictitious letters singing paeans to the worth of their own egotistical charlatanism. Below we append a letter from v worthy man, who, a brief period since, seemed destined to "shuffle otT this mortal coil;' 1 who looked forward to his dissolution with thai pleasure which only those weighed down hy tbe heavy hand of disease can. Contrary to hope, the ability of a skillful physician ha* restored him to his former health. Relieved from his terrible situation, and impelled hy gratitude, he makes known his case and remedial agent, and his statement is authenticated hy a Notar...

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