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POWELL STREET AND ITS IMPROVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 25 December 1854

POWELL STREET AND ITS IMPROVEMENTS. From Drawings made by the Exploring Expedition under Wilkins Micawber, Esq.

Publication Title: Wide West
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Doesticks on New York Boarding Houses. [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 25 December 1854

Doesticks on New York Boarding Houses. Our next lady had a gigantic mouth, but her nose was a magnificent failure. We staid with her a week, and left aaanW nonncaaed of an idea that one sausage waa fm two man. For a month longer we ran tbe gaiauJtJet of all the model benrdmg-honaei We were t-n trapped by all kinds of alluring and perpetually £»-nnleti without any rrgasfio decejtejr. We had a taste of Yankee, French, Dutch and jre fade 1' Irian; and wa liTod four dar" <n the estaJaaafcneot aria-aid oeer by a rod-eyed darkey, with a wife the odor of a new saddle. At last, one day, in an agony of despair, I exclaimed, " Where, 0 where can humbugged humanity find a decent place to feed P* Echo auswered "In the eatinghouses." We resolved to try it, aud the result is glorious. We have achieved a victory, sir, an heroic, uuexpected victor v. And now farewell, all scrawny landladies, ye snuffy beldames, with your wooden smiles ! Farewell, ye viviparous bedsteads, ye emaciated lea...

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MR. GRINGO'S EXPERIENCE AS A RANCHERO.---No. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 25 December 1854

MR. GRINGO'S EXPERIENCE AS A RANCHERO.---No. 4. A hon WHM to PiBM bt Mr. K\i'erikm r, joins him is os« or his Kxccusions, asd IMtISTS UN THROWINU THE I.ASEM). 11l SCCCEKDS IN CATCH IN (J AS OIUKCT WITH IT, BIT NOT THE USB AIMED AT.

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MR. GRINGO'S EXPERIENCE AS A RANCHERO.---No. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 25 December 1854

MR. GRINGO'S EXPERIENCE AS A RANCHERO.---No. 5. Mr. SL havino neglected to tare the whole lenuth or tub Lasso into his hand, bather "pits FOOT IS IT." THE CONSEQUENCES ARE APPARENT AND ArPALLINU.

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MR. GRINGO'S EXPERIENCE AS A RANCHERO.---No. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 25 December 1854

MR. GRINGO'S EXPERIENCE AS A RANCHERO.---No. 6. MR. G. DETERMINES TO PURSUE HIS FRACTICB OS FOOT. IN ORDER TO PREVBST THE L.ISSO EROS SLIPriSG THROUGH HIS HANDS, HE FASTENS THE BSD AROt'ND HIS WAIST. It WILL BB OBSERVED THAT HIS RKTRSAT FKoM THB ANIMAL IS NOT FACILITATED BT THIS PRECAUTION.

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THE CITY IN THE DOOMED VALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 25 December 1854

THE CITY IN THE DOOMED VALLEY. [LOCATED BETWEEN CLAY AND WASHINGTON STREETS, AItOYE POWELL.] Discovered by the Exploring Expedition under Wilkins Micawber, Esq.

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Dorsticks BEES THE AMERICAN TRAGEDIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 25 December 1854

Dorsticks BEES THE AMERICAN TRAGEDIAN. mtm. I hn»n.always bad a passion fcr theatricali, nnd was nt o*otiinWinTri»*W*--' nee 0.uc.r... .;.r::..^. y . Bonnected with tne stage than at present, and on reachin* this city, I feltf of cnafffle, fts 4rriUiunt fascinations—the » light, the music,th* wied scenery, cnmpriflraffinaodens, chamber*, **>ttnfj*s t " cloud-capped towers and mjpOUfl palaces," bar-rooms, churches, huts, and hovels—to look again upon the glass jewels, the tinseled robes of mimic royalty, the pasteboard banquets and molasses wine, and all the glory, ** pride, pomp* and circumstance," and humbug, which I once knew so well, ct \ qvi'Mtn maanaporftui. So, with my trusty friends, Damphool nnd Hull Dogge, I wended my way to the Metropolitan Theatre, No. 1, to sec and hearithe distinguished Mr. Kantanrave Hellitisplit, the notorious American Tragedian, in his great, original, ■ unapproachable, inconceivable, inexplicable, incomprehensible part of v What a bore 0,...

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MR. GRINGO'S EXPERIENCE AS A RANCHERO.---No. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 25 December 1854

MR. GRINGO'S EXPERIENCE AS A RANCHERO.---No. 1. Mr. (J., rncMi.T OOXfIMU that AcMJCrLTTBt is tiik rtntuit he is ifst rmu hr, aiiir raaCTlCljna son I TIME WITH THE LA SMi. ( OMU tttl TO THY HIS IIASO OD A Will- Hill. >OT II A I IM. I'All' M lilt l| NT AIUMH S to the rnornn Apji>T!aKNT <ir ms tanvut, ton nonr athvit iann»t ta neat nan as moi>mh.

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"You Haven't, Have You ?" [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 25 December 1854

"You Haven't, Have You ?" While in a certain store the oth< r day, \\ c noticed n neat looking old bid] enter with a basket on In r arm, and spectacles on her l ose. lo4>king far all the world M it she hud fast popped I ut of a baiitbbox, so dean in il tidy was she. She stepped up to the Counter, and the foil, wing dial* MM took place between berand the clerk. old Xarfy.— You haven't am Lutti r, have lou ? CUrl.— Yes, ma'um, some nice and fresh, just received. . (tfd lajJi,:— You don't nil it at twenty-five cents yet, do yon ? CTsrfc.—That's our prion, ma'um. O'd Lady.- You couldn't let OK have a couple of pounds, could you I OUrk, —Oh, certainly. Taking ber plate, be« eight d out the butter, and she threw down v halt dollar, which be scrutinized closely. o'd /.ad'/. Yon don't ihmk that's bad, do you? CUrl:— Yes. ma'um. I do. Old lady- Much excited.] You w« nldn't take this truck back agin, wmuld you? CUrl.- How do yon know I wi uldn'i }* end taking the butter,...

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Curious Facts. [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 25 December 1854

Curious Facts. Under this heading, nn exchange makes the following stair Hu nt : lty a Minnie experiment, tl i» inn t«t discover t.> abut animals tarj Vmd i t Mood tr tnoltof Li<«dUl.ng.d. The process is ns follow*. I*ut a ft wdnp* . f blood!, or tin scrum of bit «d, into a glass, to the amount of one llnrd, or half the quantity ■ f b)< <d. ai d Mir tbr whole top tin r with a gltiss yd; by tins means, tbr i dorifrri in* principle, peculiar to the f-p. c. r. .f stomal to w bub tbe hi. od 1h lot -gi d, I*. t toll t d ; ibn.-, 1. r v Mm cc, tbe blo< d of man dis< i gngi k a str. t g . tli r . f tbr pcrspirnti. n of mnn, which it is tmrH*siblr to conl. vi d with any other; tbat off wonmn, a similar >d< r of beef: that ot a .-ht. p. tbp well km an nn. II . t ptMJ fPOolj that of a pig, tbe disagmahlc « dor of a piep ry, at d ao on. Kien the l-Ud of :t iYi g t.;". gin ti ■ ut the'snit-11 of marthl re. d...

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MR. GRINGOS EXPERIENCE AS A RANCHERO.---No. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 25 December 1854

MR. GRINGOS EXPERIENCE AS A RANCHERO.---No. 2. No man can become a Ranchero at once, and accidents will occtr even in families rkcilated on the California principle. Mr. G. makes another effort, choosing as the siuject an animal uf tur gentler sex. The resi lt is more alarmim; than encoi raginu.

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MR. GRINGO'S EXPERIENCE AS A RANCEHRO.---No. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 25 December 1854

MR. GRINGO'S EXPERIENCE AS A RANCEHRO.---No. 3. Tna animal chosen bt Mb. Obingo on the occasion - above depicted has been recoiime.vdbd to him as vbrt gentle. Mr. G. has no reason to question its being vert weak and yielding.

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Barnum and Gaylord Clark. [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 25 December 1854

Barnum and Gaylord Clark. Among my first extra exhibitions produced at the American Museum, was a model of the Falls of Niagara, belonging to Grain the artist. It was undoubtedly a fine model, giving the mathematical proportions of that great cataract, and the trees, rocks, buildings, etc., in its vicinity. But the absurdity of the thing consisted in introducing water, thus pretending to intniducc mfm simile of that great wonder of nature. The falls were about eighteen inches high, every thing else being in due proportion! I confess I fcltsnmcwhat ashamed of this myself, yet it made a good line in the bill, and I bought the model for $200. My advertisements then announced among the attractions of the Museum, THE GREAT MODEL OK NIAGARA FALLS, WITH REAL WATER! A single barrel of water answered the purpose of this model for an entire season; for the falls rolled into a reservoir behind the scenes, and the water was continually re-supplied to the cataract by means of a small pump. Many ...

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POWELL STREET AND ITS IMPROVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 25 December 1854

POWELL STREET AND ITS IMPROVEMENTS. From Drawings made by the Exploring Expedition under Wilkins Micawber, Esq.

Publication Title: Wide West
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Doesticks on New York Boarding Houses. [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 25 December 1854

Doesticks on New York Boarding Houses. Our next lady had a gigantic mouth, but her BOM was a magnificent failure. We staid with her a week, and left because.aba seamed possessed of an ides that one sausage was enough for two men. Fur a month longer we ran the gauntlet of all the model boarding-houses. We were entrapped by all kinds of allurimj nrpflii***, and rH-rpetu-ally swlnflcd without any r.-*it3 to decency. We had a taste of Tanker. French, Dutch and ,ye gods! l Irish; and we lived lour days in the establishment presided over by a red-eyed darkey, with a wife the c.lor of a new saddle. At last, one day, in an agony of despair, I exclaimed, " Where, 0 where can humbugged humanity lind a decent place to feed !" F.cho answered "Iv the eatinghouses." We resolved to try it, and the result is glorious. We have achieved a victory, sir, an heroic, unexpected victory. And rinw farewell, nil scrawny haidWlticfl, ye snufTv beldames, with your wooden smiles! Farewell, ye viviparous bedste...

Publication Title: Wide West
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
MR. GRINGO'S EXPERIENCE AS A RANCHERO.---No. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 25 December 1854

MR. GRINGO'S EXPERIENCE AS A RANCHERO.---No. 4. A Frikm. wishist, v.. rßorir ar Mil (fitisuo's Kxcerience, joins uih in one or ms Kxccksions, as INSISTS ON TIIBOWINU Tilt I.ASSO. IU Sl'< VKKI.s IN I'ITCOM AN OIUt.T W ITU IT, BIT NOT THE ONE AIMED AT.

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MR. GRINGO'S EXPERIENCE AS A RANCHERO.---No. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 25 December 1854

MR. GRINGO'S EXPERIENCE AS A RANCHERO.---No. 5. Ma. G., HAVixn mclbcted to take the whole length ok tub Lasso into his hand, bather "pits his ri>OT IN IT." TuE CONSEUI ENCES AXE A I'l* A KENT AND tit tl I 188

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MR. GRINGO'S EXPERIENCE AS A RANCHERO.---No. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 25 December 1854

MR. GRINGO'S EXPERIENCE AS A RANCHERO.---No. 6. MR. Ct. DETERMINES TO PIR9IE III!) PRACTICE ON FOOT. In ORDER TO PREVENT THE I.ASSO FROM SLITPING THROUGH HIS nAXDS, HE FASTENS THE END ABOUND HIS WAIST. It WILL BE OBSERVED THAT BIS RETRKAT FROM THB ANIMAL 18 NOT FACILITATED BT THIS PRECAUTION.

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 1 January 1856

THE WIDE WEST. W. W. KURTZ & CO.,} 162 Washington Street. } {SAN FRANCISCO, {January Ist, 1856.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 1 January 1856
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