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NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 6 April 1856

NEWS OF THE WEEK. Tns Minus.—The Columbia Gazette says: "An immense piece of gold and quartz was found in Sonora tin Wednesday last, on one of tbe mining claims nt the lower end of tbe lowa, near Dr. o—'■ adobe residence. It is a mixture of gold and quartz, apparently in about equal proportions; the whole about fourteen inches long, and eight or nine inches thick and wide. The claim is owned by Mr. John Rhinedollar, of the Philadelphia House, in Sonora—one of the old, old time Sonorians, and worthy of good luck. The supposed value is thirteen hundred Millars. It will be sent to the U. S. Mint Sonora is good yet in the mining line, as this nugget shows."... .The Calaveras Chronicle has the following: " Messrs. Tuggart A Brother struck diggings at the Pacific Slide, in the vicinity of Rich Gulch, one day this week, which promise to be of great value. Our informant saw twenty-eight dollars and sixty cents washed out from three pans taken promiscuously from the claim. This claim was wor...

Publication Title: Wide West
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List of Agents for the Wide West. [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 6 April 1856

List of Agents for the Wide West. J. Q. JACKSON AUBURN C. G. LAKE ANGEL S CAMP J. W. SANBORN BENICIA JAMISON A CALDWELL BOTTLE HILL W. HENRT CAMPO SECO Z. R. TINKCM COLUMBIA GEO. VINCENT COLOM4 MILLER A CO CHINESE CAMP LEPPER A CO DIAMOND SPRINGS CRITCHFIEI.D A BLANCHARD EL DORADO LANGTON'S PIONEER EXPRESS EUREKA NORTH DENNIS TOWNSEND FIIHILETOWN JOHN MAI.LON FORBESTOWN n. W. THEALL FOREST CITY C. A. CRANE A CO FOLSOM LANGTON'S PIONEER EXPRESS GOODVEAR'S BAR J. A. CUNNINGHAM GEORGETOWN EDWARD MI LLERS A CO GRASS VALLEY KENDALL A SPENCER GRASS VALLEY A. WITKOWSKI GRASS VALLEY BURTON A BARKER HORNITAB M. WINN IOWA HILL WESLEY JACKSON JACKSON J. 11. SKIDMORE JACKSON GEORGE D. GOOKIN JAMESTOWN PALMER A CO KNIOHT'S FERRY g. GUTHRIE MOKEI.UMNE HILL PACIFIC EXPRESS CO MORMON ISLAND KINGSBURY A POLLARD MICHIGAN BAR W. J. FORCE A CO MARYSVILLE EVERTS, DAVIS A CO MARYSVIUJi LANGTON'S PIONEER EXPRESS MINNESOTA E. FRANCHEN NEGRO HILL M. MICHEL3EN NEVADA DAVIS A ROY PLACERVILLE BALDWIN A CO RATT...

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GENERAL GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 6 April 1856

GENERAL GOSSIP. * * The doctrine of Uuiversalism is thus set 1 forth in the leading organ of that denomination, 5 the Ambassador : "Itis no longer necessary that I the fact should be overlooked, that the major part , of Universalists believe in a future state of discis pline. The jumping into glory, as a man pulls off » his clothes and dives into the bath, is unreasonable. ' Analogy, facts, the schemes of salvation revealed in 1 the Bible, the relation existing between God and ; his creatures, all prove that there must be a disci- : plinary process to induce a progress in holiness; i that there must be a difference of moral character . and spiritual excellence, of purity and happiness, ' when men enter the future state, in accordance with 1 their moral condition at death." s t » * One of the subscribers to the Louisville c j 0 „ r „a/, writes to George D. Prentice, its editor, as - f o iiow s:" I have the handsomest young wife in Ken- ' tucky, and she has borne me five sprightly Ame...

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FUN, FACT AND FANCY. [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 6 April 1856

FUN, FACT AND FANCY. Professor Mitchell closed one of his recent lectures with the following magnificent illustration : Describing the gradual tendency of the earth's orbit to assume the circular form, he said its short diameter was gradually lengthening, and would continue so to expand until it should become perfectly circular, when it would again contract to its original shape and dimensions. And so the earth would vibrate periodically, nnd these periods were measured by millions upon millions of years. •' Thus " said Professor M., " the earth will continue to swing back and forth, and to and fro, iv the heavens, like a great pendulum beating the seconds of eternity." The London Artisan says that Kieser, of Switzerland, prepares admirably hardened razors, iienknives, and kindred articles, from English cast-steel, by plunging the blades, at a dark cherry-red heat, into a bath made of fourteen parts, by measure, of yellow rosin in fine powder, two parts fish oil, and one part hot me...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 6 April 1856

DEATH TO TUB SQUIRRELS AND GOPHERS BREED'S PHOSPHORIC POISON IS TIIE SAFEST AND SUREST DESTROY EE OF GOPHERS. SQUIRRELS AND BATS EVER INVENTED. MUCH SUPERIOR TO STRYCHNINE, OR OTHER POISONS, AND NEVER FAILS TO RID THE PREMISES OF THESE TROUBLESOME VERMIN. Sold, wholesale aDd retail, by M. A. BREED, Druggist and Chemist, Davis street, one door north of Jackson, _niarM San Francisco. New Style of Pictures on Glass! DISCOVERY! COMBINED ! "V -•♦.TO PICTURE, PAINTING, OR ENGRAVING CAN COMX a pare with them. Call at FORD'S Daguerrelan Gallery and see the WONDERFUL IMPROVEMENT in the Photographic Art. MR. FORD'S process for taking and putting up these Pictures is an invention entirely his own. Being hermetically sealed from air and dust, he guarantees that they will LAST FOREVER! They have but to be seen to be appreciated. The public are respectfully invited to call and examine specimens. FORD'S DAGUERRELAN GALLERY, CORNER OF CLAY AND KEARNY STREETS, OVEB KKVKS A CO.'S. tW INSTRUCTIONS GIV...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 6 April 1856

AMUSEMENTS. SAN FRANCISCO HALL. Washington Street, between Montgomeryand Kearny. T. Maguire Proprietor | Max Zorer.. ..Mnsical Director s . w"u T Business Manager S. A. Wells Director of Entertainments SAN FBANCISCO MINSTRELS PERFORM EVERY NIGHT. This (Sunday) Evening, April 6th, And every evening until further notice. In consequence of the immense success of the Grand Operatic Legend, BONE SQUASH DIABLO, It will be performed a few nights longer, together with other novelties, including the Laughable Interlude entitled the SOLDIER'S RETURN FROM NICARAGUA. SAM WELLS as the RETURNED SOLDIER BILLY BURCH as th LONG LOST BROTHER MAX ZORER In new Operatic Extravaganzas. HENRY in new Ballads, COES in new Danlo Solas EVERY MEMBER IN NEW FEATURES. NEW OVERTURES, NEW 90NOS, NEW BALLADS NFW CIIORUSSES, NEW SOLOS. NEW DOINGS, NEW SAYINGS; Something QuerintH, Quiet, Quaint and Quizzical— a little of every thing and every body. raicßs or jtnMisaioa: Dress Circle $1 (HI | Psrquett* • so Private Bo...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 6 April 1856

mSCEIXANEOUS. CiLOTHING WAREHOUSE. WM. G. BADGER, No. 109 Battery Street, corner of Merchant Street, SAN FRANCISCO, IMPORTER OF EVERY VARIETY OF CLOTHING AND Furnishing Goods ; also, of Ducks, Drills, Sheetings, Blankets, Hats, Boots, and Brogans. By recent arrivals I have received very large invoices of the most Desirable Styles of Clothing, and It is the LARGEST STOCK ever offered in this market. The Goods are manufactured under my own supervision, and of the best material, well cut, large sizes, and made in the most durable manner. TRADERS FROM THE COUNTRY are Invited to examine this HEAVY STOCK, and they will find the prices LOWER than they can be found elsewhere in the market. PURCHASERS may rely on receiving the best and most saleable Goods, as each article is GUARANTEED. ORDERS FROM THE COUNTRY promptly and carefully attended to. 10,000 pairs assorted Fancy Cassimere Pants. 10,000 pairs assorted Fancy and Plain Satinette Pants. 7,000 pairs Linen Pants. 2,00(1 pairs Good year'...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 6 April 1856

BOOKS AND STATIONERY. Copartnership Notice.~ T C. DERBY HAS THIS DAY ASSOCIATED WITH him a * JACKS,,>; . m » n y y«rs with, sn. of The firm of Phinney A C 0.,) and under the firm and style of DBS 111 A JACKSON, the business or Publishing .nd Sell',.,of staiid "'" conti " ll>: ' l increased tacilities al the old DERBY & JACKSON Have recently published the FOLLOWING POPULAR AND INTERESTING BOOKS! FlTtel . Wl i', (nY PSSP '' A, ' ERS A r '°"« " f nn '"""or'! Edited by Alice B. Heat, One volume Pimo , wilh S spirited lllustratiors by Dallas and Orr. tl 25. spirit, a THE HEART OF MABEL WARE. A Romance, 12m0., TWO NEW BOOKS BY PETER PARLEY THE BALLOON TRAVELS OF ROBERT MERRY AND ills YOUNG FRIENDS, OVER VARIOUS COUNTRIk" F EUROPE. Edited by Peter Parley. With S Origin"] Desig is One handsome 12mo. $1 nil. 8 resigns. THE VOYAGES. TRAVELS, AND ADVENTURES OF BM BERT GO-AHEAD, IN FOREIGN PARTS. Edited by Peter w 'lh 8 Original Designs. One handsome 12ino. TnE...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 6 April 1856

HOTEL S, Etc. GRKAT REDUCTION IN THE PRICE OF BOARD J AT Nos. 119 and 121 Sacramento Street, SAN FRANCISCO, I. acknowledged by all to be the BEST, the CHEAPEST and Se7inTl ebf 0 " fcoaBt '» eemral"? CoTZl e .- l O«^"- B ™ , * b M ' nt an " '»< Ocean Steamship T " E REDUCED R*«-S IN THE PRICE OF A . . TERMS Board, per day _ Board, per week R J* Lodging, per night ''.'.'.'.isilc'' 75c' or' *1 on Lod g ,ng,perwee W ....... 8 .... X: Jj, ft- g " arriving in the city, and inte aa to stop at the What Cheer House, are particularly requested la beware of Runners and Hack Drivers, representing themselves as helnneing to the House. The reputation of the What Cheer ||„ U s e being long and well established, enal.les the proprietor to dispense with runners. 1 say, again, look out for them, or you are certain to become a victim to their swindling operations In addition to a great number ofdouhle bedrooms, there ars also one hundred neatly furnished and comfortable single rooms. The be...

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NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 6 April 1856

NEWS OF THE WEEK. Tns Vivas. The Columbia Omutti says: "An imnaenae piece of jruM and qaarta was found in Sonora on Wednesday last, on one of the mining claims at tbe lower end of the town, near Dr. (Itum's adobe residence. It is a mixture of jrold and quarts, apparently in about equal pmportiona; the whole about fourteen inches loan, and eirjlit or nine inches thick and wide. The claim is owned by Mr. John Uhinedollar, of the riiiladelphia H. use. iii Sonora—one of the "Id, old time Soooriaaa, and worthy of paid luck. The supposed value is thirteen hundred dollars. It will be sent to the U. S. Mint. Sonora is vet in the BStaing line, as this nugget shows.**... .The Calaveras Ohroniele has the following: " Messrs. Tars-art A Brother struck diggings at the Pacific Slide, in tbe vicinity of Rich Galea, one day this week, which promise to be of great value. Our informant saw twenty-eight dollars and sixty cents washed out from three pans taken promiscuously from the claim. This claim w...

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List of Agents for the Wide West. [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 6 April 1856

List of Agents for the Wide West. J. Q. JACKSON AUBURN C. G. I.AKK ANGELS CAMP J. w. BAN BORN BENICIA JAMISON A CALDWELL BOTTLE HILL W. HENRY CAMPO BCOO 7.. II TINKI M COLUMBIi GEO. VINCENT COLOMJ MILLER * 00 CHINESE CAMP LEPPER A CO DIAMOND SPRINGS CKITCHFIEI.D * IILAXCIIARD EL DORADO LANGTON'S PIONEER EXPRESS EUREKA NORTH DENNIS TOWNSEND FIDDI.ETou N JOHN MALLON EORBEBTOWN n. W. THEALI FOREST CITY C. A. CRANE * CO FOI.SOM LANGTON'S PIONEER EXPRESS GOODYEARS MAR J. A. CUNNINGHAM GEORGETOWN EDWARD MI LLERS * CO GRASS VALLEY KENDALL A SPENCER MASS VALLEY A. WITKOWSKI GRASS VALLEY BURTON A BARKER HORNTTAB M. W INN IOW A HILL WESLEY .IACKSON JACKSON J. H. SKIDMORE JACKSON GEORGE I). GOOKIN JAMESTOWN PALMER * CO KNIGHT'S FERRY fl GUTHRIE MOKEI.UMNE HILL PACIFIC EXPRESS CO MORMON ISLAND KINGSBURY A POLLARD MICHIGAN BAR W. J. FORCE A CO MARYSVILIE EVERTS, DAVIS A CO MARYSVIIXE LANGTON'S PIONEER EXPRESS MINNESOTA E. FRANC HEN NEGRO HILL M. MICHELSEN NEVADA DAVIS A ROY PLACER VILLE BALDWIN ...

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GENERAL GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 6 April 1856

GENERAL GOSSIP. * * The doctrine of Universalism is thus set forth in the leading organ of that denomination, the Ambassador: "Itis no longer necessary that the fact should be overlooked, that the major part of Universalists believe in a future state of discipline. The jumping into glory, as a man pulls off his clothes and dives into the bath, is unreasonable. Analogy, facts, the schemes of salvation revealed in the Bible, the relation existing between God and his creatures, all prove that there must be a disciplinary process to induce a progress in holiness; i that there must be a difference of moral character ■ and spiritual excellence, of purity and happiness, when men enter the future state, in accordance with j their moral condition at death." t * * One of the subscribers to the Louisville i j o „rnal, writes to George D. Prentice, its editor, as • fbiiows :" 1 h ave the handsomest young wife iv Kentucky, and she has borne me five sprightly American sons in six years. The last ...

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FUN, FACT AND FANCY. [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 6 April 1856

FUN, FACT AND FANCY. Professor Mitchki.i. closed one of his recent lectures with the following magnificent illustration : Describing the gradual tendency of the earth's orbit to assume the circular form, he said its short diameter was gradually lengthening, and would continue so to expand until it should become perfectly circular, when it would again contract to its ori'rinal shape and dimensions. And so the earth would vibrate i>eriodically. and these periods were measured by millions upon millions of years. "Thus," said Professor M., •• the earth will continue to swing back and forth, and to and fro, in the heavens, like a great pendulum beating the seconds of eternity." The London Artisan says that Kieser. of Switzerland, prepares admirably hardened razors, penknives, and kindred articles, from Knglish cast-steel, by plunging the blades, at a dark cherry-red heat, into a bath made of fourteen parts, by measure, of yellow rosin iv fine powder, two parts fish oil, and ou...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 6 April 1856

DEATH TO TIIE SQUIRRELS AND GOPHERS BREED'S PHOSPHORIC POISON 1? TIIE SAFEST AND SUREST DESTROYER OF GOPHERS, SQUIRRELS AND RATS EVER INVENTED. IT IS ■ MUCH STJPEBIOB To STRYCHNINE, OR OTHER TOISONS, AND NEVER FAILS TO RID THE PREMISES OF THESE TROUBLESOME VERMIN. Sold, wholesale and retail, by M. A. BREED, Druggist an.l Chemist, Davis street, one door north ol Jackson, San Francisco. New Style of Pictures on Glass! tammßamm mTol3iTAlHT DISCOVERY! COMBINED! W "t«TO PICTURE, PAfIITING, OR ENGRAVING CAN COMJ. a par, 1 with them. Call at FORD'S Daguerreian Gallery and see the WONDERFUL IMPROVEMENT in the Photographic Art. MR. FORD'S process for taking and putting up these Pictures is an invention entirely his own. Hemp hermetically sealed from air and dust, he guarantees that they will LAST FOREVER I They have but to he seen to be appreciated. The public are respectfully invited to call and examine specimens. FORD'S DAGUERREIAN GALLERY, CORNER OF CLAY AND KEARNY STREETS, ovea saves A c...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 6 April 1856

AMUSEMENTS. SAN FRANCISCO HALtT Washington Street, between Montgomery and Kearny. T. Maßuire Proprietor I Max Zorer....Musical Director R. M. Hnoley Basinets Manager S - A - Director of Entertainments SAN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS PERFORM EVERY NiOHT. This iSunday' Evening, April 6th, Anil every evening until further notice. In consequence of the immense success of ttie Grand Operatic legend BONE SQUASH DIABLO, It will be performed a few nights longer, together with other novelties, including the Laughable Interlude entitled the SOLDIER'S RETURN FROM NICARAGUA. SAM WELLS as the RETURNED SOLDIER HILLY BTJKCTaTI as the LONG LOST BROTHER MAX ZORER in new Operatic Extravaganzas. HENRY iv new Ballads, COES in new Banjo Solas. EVERY MEMItER IN NEW FEATURES. NEW OVERTURES, NEW SONUS, NEW BALLAD* NEW CIIOHUSSES, NEW SOLOS, NEW DOINGS, NEW SAYINGS; Something Queriou., Quiet, Quaint and Quizzical— a little of every thing and every body. pricks or aasaaawf: Dress Circle tl SO [ raiqaim < ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 6 April 1856

MISCELLANEOUS. CIsOTHIWGJvVAREHOUSeT^ WM. Gr. 13A130K R, No. 109 Battery Street, corner of Merchant Street SAN FRANCISCO, TMPORTER OF EVERY VARIETY OF CLOTHING AND A Furnishing- Goods; also, of Ducks, DriO,, Sheetinn Blai kets, Hats, Boots, and Uroprans. By recent arrivals I have received very larce invoices of the most Desirable Styles of Clothing;, and it is the LARGEST STOCK ever offered in this market. The Goods are manufactured under my own supervision, anil of the best material, well cut, large size., and made in the tno„t durable manner. TRADERS FROM THE COUNTRY are invited to examine thi. HEAVY STOCK, and they will find the prices LOWER than they can be found elsewhere in the market. PURCHASERS may rely on receiving the best and most saleable Goods, as each article is GUARANTEED. ORDERS FROM THE COUNTRY promptly and carefully attended to. 10,0011 pairs assorted Fancy "mil nil I Tants. ln.nOO pairs assorted Fancy and Plain Satinette Pants. 7,000 pairs Linen Pants. 2,0011 pair...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 6 April 1856

BOOKS AND STATIONERY. Copartnership Notice. T C. DERBY HAS THIS DAY ASSOCIATED WITH lIIMJ* • self EDWIN JACKSON, (for many years with, nnd of lhe firm of Phinney 4 C 0.,) and under the linn and style of HEItBi A JACKSON, the business of Publishing and Selling „f Hooks will he continued with increased faciiuie- al the old stand. DERBY & JACKSON Have recently published the FOLLOWING POPULAR AND INTERESTING BOOKS; THE WIDOW REIIIITT pvlTlis . i , , , , Edited hv Al.ee BNe ~ A '" ,ok " f rnre humoT l Hlus.ratn.cs by pl.pt tJl" r V"]iTV-'"° ' Wi ' h S S,,ir "" d $ THE HEART OF MABEL A Romance, 12m0., TWO NEW BOOKS BY PETER PARLEY «.-sMtf! THK VOYAGES,TRAVELS,AND ADVENTITDtsa BERT GO-AHEAD, IN FOREIGN Pl .Ts l Parley. With S Original Design,. 0 ,,e himtoom.' i^Z j"^™:™ **** hy M:,rion BORA'S CHILD. A Novel, 12mo. *l 25 WINNIE AND I. A Novel, ISato. Slrlii' TOR STAR PAPERS. By Henry Ward Beecher. 12mo. CAMP FIRES OF THE RED MEN; OR, A RCICSREJJ YEARS AGO. By J. R. Orton, M. D. ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Wide West — 6 April 1856

HOTELS, Etc. GREAT REDUCTION IN THE PRICE OF BOARD I AT Nos. 119 and 121 Sacramento Street, SAN FRANCISCO, * acknowledged hy all to be the ItKST, the CHEAPEST and nvoa.^'i. on the |.„e:li.. bet**. It to centrally r \l \'-T* "'"< " f *• <»>. a ltd in the immediate C";i ! '" r '" b Mi " l 3 Steamship BtlARI)! 1 -* 1 ' T " K * MBW *° RATE « » THE PRICE OF A TRSMS Board, per day IWI Board, per week \\ '," Lodging, per night '.7.7.5te .si Lodging, per week f, o„. ,a ml/fl'im M M BT" BATHS FREE! Jag '* Travelers arriving in the city, and ioien.ling to stop at the What Cheer Hoase, are particularly requested to beware of Runner, and Hack Drivers, representing themselves a. belongtng to the House. The reputation of the What Cheer House being lone and well established, ensiles the proprietor to dispense with runners. 1 -ay, again, look owl for 1he,,,, „ r vo „ are certain to become a victim to their swindling -tTrsHiini In addition to a great number nfdoiihle...

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