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THE RESOURCES OF CALIFORNIA AND THEIR DEVELOPMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 1 January 1856

THE RESOURCES OF CALIFORNIA AND THEIR DEVELOPMENT. Hv a beautiful analogy between the animal and vegetable kingdoms, we are enabled to tr.iec in the productions of a country the prominent rhoraituistice of its natives. The forests of the South are remarkable for luxuriance and profusion of growth ; those of the North for the hardihood and vigor of their members. Rapid maturing, early perfection, and decay from very excess of nutriment form the history of tropical vegetation, and such is not an inapt sketch of the lives of the natives of tropical clinics. Vines, and trees, and underbrush interweave with each other in a promiscuous mingling typical of the social intercourse of the tropics, and with drooping boughs and overhanging luxuriance of leaf, they indolently wave and swing to and fro as the soft, south winds wander through their mazes. It would seem to be a law ot our existence that where Nature does most Man attempts least; his energies are called forth by her requirements rat...

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Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 1 January 1856

RIVER SCENE ON THE ISTHMUS OF PANAMA.

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

DOMESTIC SCENE IN *9RV TROP IC S.

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WIDE THE WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 1 January 1856

WIDE THE WEST. W. W. KURTZ & C 0.,) 162 Washington Street ) j SAN FRANCISCO, ( January Ist, 1856.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 1 January 1856
Publication Title: Wide West
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
THE RESOURCES OF CALIFORNIA AND THEIR DEVELOPMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 1 January 1856

THE RESOURCES OF CALIFORNIA AND THEIR DEVELOPMENT. By a heeatifnl analogy between the animal and vegetable kingdoms, we are enabled to trace in the productions of a country the prominent elueracteristics of its natives. The forests of the South are remarkable for luxuriance and profusion of growth ; those of the North for tlv hardihood and vigor nf their members. Kapid maturing, early perfection, and decay from very excess of nutriment form the history of tropical vegetation, and such is not an inapt sketch of the lives of the natives of tropical climes. Vines, and trees, and underbrush interweave with each other in a promiscuous mingling typical of the social intercourse of the tropics, and with drooping boughs and overhanging luxuriance of leaf, they indolently wave and swing to nnd fro as the soft south winds wander through their mazes. It would seem to be a law ot our cxisten. n that where Nature docs most Man attempts least ; his energies are called forth by her requirements ra...

Publication Title: Wide West
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 1 January 1856

RIVER SCENE ON THE ISTHMUS OF PANAMA.

Publication Title: Wide West
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 1 January 1856

DOMESTIC SCENE IN f^SP , TROPICS.

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Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
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The Royal Brothers; OR, THE CROWN PRINCE OF MAILAND. [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 1 January 1856

The Royal Brothers; OR, THE CROWN PRINCE OF MAILAND. W. D. WADE. A HISTORICAL RECORD. TRANSLATED FROM THE HERMAN. FOR THE WIDE WEST, CHAPTER I. Over the graves in the Mailand cemetery, or "The Courtyard of Peace"—over those pits wherein lay buried men and their hopes, their dreams and aspirations—their joys and sorrows, passions and desires—love and hatred, confidence and distrust—where, of all this, there remained but mouldering corpses—over this melancholy spot shone forth the moon, the friend and confidant of sleep whose older brother death she fain would greet. The pale beams also fell tremblingly on the features of a being in whose breast anguish the truest indicator of life—held a hideous festival, and with the wantonness of victory, like the conquering enemy on the battle-field, was raging furiously and making dreadful havoc. On the hillock of a grave, lay this poor human being, a woman aged and faded ! She seemed to be in a confused state of but half-consciousness, and from ...

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Eaters. [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 1 January 1856

Eaters. There arc five kinds of eaters. Ist, there is your dull man, who seems to eat merely from liiiliit. mainly because his parents did so before bin, and lie expects his children will follow liis example. 2nd. Your impatient fidgety being, who is all activity, ajad who falls to at once on the dish that happens to be before him. 3rd. Your careless eater, without education, who considers so much time as lost that is passed at the tahle. puts all dishes on the same level, and hardly knows tho difference between the breast and the'drum stick. 4th. Next comes your ravenous animal who thinks only of quantity, takes em Using that comes in his wav, r.s if anxious to show the capacity of his stomach. sth. latstly. come the professors, men of taste who cast a practised eye over the table before they eat. use judgment in the choice of such dishes as suit their habits, and eat sparingly of each, that their palate may be gently excited by variety. These are the guests who are the liest dinne...

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Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 1 January 1856

MINOR COMMISSIONS. OR— GENERAL PURCHASING AGB N C V For the execution ofordrri of single articles of every descrip. Hon, f, <-~ Minor Personal Commissions, as distinguished from Dealers' Orders. T TAVING FOR THE PAST THREE YEARS SiTl FSSFI 1.1.V XI conducted a similar business in this mv. the saeecriber bow offer, h,. services to the non-r.,i,i en „ 'generally ,n all sections or the State. All agency of this character has hccome a requirenimt of the time, and is in keeping with Ihe bpnn-1 fkcllitiei w hick now extend to all parts of the State. For neh a keenest, the suhscriber claims to he well fitted by experience, taste, tact, education ami business acquaintance; whiles long Connermm with Kxpresses, affords the means of prompt rrin—nttrif in every direction. Orders promptly and carefully executed for all kinds of Merchandise, Hooks, Newspaper-! Prute, leasee, Scientific and Agricultural Instruments, Tool., bWMbII) . « eepiM, Sporting Implements, Jewelry, Silverware, Dru...

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The Royal Brothers; OR, THE CROWN PRINCE OF MAILAND. [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 1 January 1856

The Royal Brothers; OR, THE CROWN PRINCE OF MAILAND. W. P. WADE. A HISTORICAL RECORD. Translated from the German, for the wide west. CHAPTER I. Over the graves in the Mailand cemetery, or "The Courtyard of Peace"—over those pits wherein lay burned men and their hopes, their dreams and aspirations —their joys and sorrows, passions aud desires love and beared, confidence and distrust- where, ot aU this, (here remained but mouldering corpses—over this melancholy spo< *hone forth the moon, the friend and confidant of »W wh,,se older brother deatli she fain would greet The pale beams also fell trembling on the features of a being in whose breast *„.„u*h ** of life -held a hideous festival, a-d with the wantonness of victory, like the conquer..* ***** 00 »* battle-field, was raffing furiouslv and ***** havoc - On the hillock of a -rave, lay this BOOT human hemp, a woman aged and frded • She swn * d * * in » confused state of but ii.iif'-e«»nseionsness, and troni time to time br...

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Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
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Eaters. [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 1 January 1856

Eaters. I hero uro five kind? of eaten. Ist there is yonr .lull man. who seems to rat merely fr lial.it. mainly becMM liis parents did M before him, ani) jbe expects his children will follow his example. ■ '2nd. four impatient fidgety being, who is all activity, and who lulls to at once on the dish that happens to ho before him. 3rd. Your carelen eater, without education, who considers so much time as lost that is passed at the tahle. puts all ; di-hos on the same level, and hardly knows tho : difference between the breast and the drum stick. I 4th. Next comes your ravenous animal who thinks ] only of quantity, takes HWllhillg that comes in his way. as if anxious to show the capacity of his stomach, "ith. Lastly, come Ihe professors, men of taste who cast a practised eye over the tahle before they eat. use judgment in the choice ..f such dwhee M suit their lial.its. and eat sparingly of each, that their palate may he irently excited hv variety. Then are the ptosis who are the best d...

Publication Title: Wide West
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 1 January 1856

MINOR COMMISSIONS, —en— GENERAL PUKGHASIRtt AO IN fj y For the execution of order* of single articles of every dwacriation, i. r.. Minor Personal Commission*, as disthv pinched from liealers* Orders. HAVING FOR THE PAST THREE YEARS N7CCESOTI 1 I conducted a similar business in this ntv, the sahscriber now offer* his services to the non-residents" {centrally , n nil sections of tlit Mate. A n agency of this character has become a reeetreawnt of the time, end n in keeping with the fcmress facilities which now extend to all parts ef ihe Slate, lot soch S bttrioeso, the subscriber claims to be well fitted by expel ence, taste, tact, education and business acquaintance j while a Eoagei erimn with Expresses, affords the means of prompt Iran-mission MB every direction. Orders BUBBfUj and carefully executed BM »11 kinds of Merchandise, Beaks, ReuapeaM r~. Prints, Steele, Be* at • iad ARnciiltural Instruments, Tool-, Machinery, WeapsttM,*P rting Implements, Jewelry, Silverware. Phil's. Ac; C...

Publication Title: Wide West
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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
The Royal Brothers; OR, THE CROWN PRINCE OF MAILAND. [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 1 January 1856

The Royal Brothers; OR, THE CROWN PRINCE OF MAILAND. W. D. WADE. \ HISTORICAL RECORD. 1 R V\M. kTED FROM THE ItERM VS. FOR THE WIDE WEST, CHAPTER t. Over the graves in the Mailand cemetery, i»r "The Courtyard of IVaee*' -over those pits wherein lay lniri.-»l men and their bopes, their dreams and aspirations their sad sorrows, passions ami desires lore and hatred, confidence and ilMrn-t where, ..I all Ibis, there i. ni.ne. 'I but iiMiuldering corpses over this melancholy spo' -hone f..rth tlie m.K.n, the friend and confidant sleep whose older brother death she lain would greet The n .le beams also fell trembling!.' •"' «* ****** of a being in whose breast anynU * e ««*«»« of life behJ a hi,le.ms festival. V* *>*> "'" "antonness f i-i .t ., ... ,rit.' enemy on toe battle-field, ot victoryi like the conquering • ■ I „j making dreadful havoc, was raging ranonslj and e On the hillock of a err-re, 1 '> t,,is - >,K,r ■ b, i 11 woman aged and frde...

Publication Title: Wide West
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Eaters. [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 1 January 1856

Eaters. There are five kitten? of eater*. Ist, there i> \ ,> ur dull man. who sunns to eat merely from habit, mainly beGftttae bis parents did so before him. ami he expects bis children will follow bis example. 2ml. Your impatient fidget) being, who i* all activity, and who lulls to at ontv 00 the dish that happens to be before him. 3rd. Your careless eater, without education, who considers so much time as lost that is passed at tin* table, puis all dishes on the same level, and hardly knows ;ii,> difference between the breast and the drum >;i.*k. ith. Next comes your ravenous animal who thinks only of iiuantity, takes everthing that comes in his way. as if anxious t,i show tho capacity of his stomach. sth. lastly, eosne the professors, men <>f taste who Cast a practised rye over the table before they eat. use judgment in the choice of such dishes as suit their habits, and eat sparingly .if each, that their palate may...

Publication Title: Wide West
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 1 January 1856

MINOR COMMISSIONS. GENERAL PTJRC HA SI S Q a Q ft \, v For the esecotien of nr<lcr» of smgic articles of evei v •. Tien, i. f., Minor Per*, nal Vffsimtnsinns, as distin * ' guished from Healers' Orders.' HAVINi; HMt TIIK PAST THREE YF xRS Ml. I -H I 1 V conducted a similar husmcs* in this t« \\* * n ! *ci new ntr,,-, |~„ serv.ces to the mm residents n aerallj sections of the Male. An agency of tins character has become ■ requirement -f the nine, and in keeping Kill, ihe Express '1 tie* wl h no«txtcndte:,li,.artsef ihcSiate. tor .ncl i b«* ■ • - Md.senl.er claims to he well fitted by expei ■■ e.iueath.ii and basiness acquaintance; wh U ■ I njr cont.eeMan w.tli Kxi.r.-s.se,, affords the swans ol i>r.» .pi iraiiwmswon in every direeuon. Orders avasspUy and rareMto executed tot all kinds ot Mer. han.bse, l»o.. k s, Nevmaus r-. Prints, Music, Pcicnl f, and sgricnJtttral lastrnnnnits,Tools, Machinerv,Weap.»ns,S| rtin ß Implements Jewelry. Silverware. DrusS, Ac . riol...

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