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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 25 June 1859

Enlare County Record AND FRESNO EXAMINER. VtJLTJME T. VTSAXJA, OALIFOHNIA: SATUKTJAY MOHNIND, .TUJVK 35, 1860. N( MBEK 1.

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Tularo County. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 25 June 1859

Tularo County. Srri' \TKD in the very heart of the State, with its boundless agricultural resources, with its unparalleled anilities for irrigation, its rich mineral deposits, its broad plains covered with a peiennial growth of the richest Brasses, rendering its advantages for stock raising equal, If not superior to any in the State; with its industrious, intelligent and enterprising peop c, v> I sM Orrftaeri an* springing up on every green spot, and whose yellow fields ready for the sickle of the reaper, dot the whole country; ■his county present! inducement* to the Battier desirous of securing a pennane-.it home, and enjoyi." the mild and agreeable temperatur" of C'alifo. ua, unequaled by any other port « of ti tftfltier. "W have yet man;, a 'oread and . fertile acre to lie taken up and cultivate*., and m-ary a desirable !o-e.ti. t: <br the stumy httshandman unoccupied. Though our county already produces more than quadruple the amount of .rrian bom crmed by i...

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Oh! if there were no Printers, what would the People do ? [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 25 June 1859

Oh! if there were no Printers, what would the People do ? AlK — "Fine tU Knqliah Ccntlcmin* BY E. M. HEIST. The Printers! Ho! I sin? to them! I dedicate this lay To Ihrlse who ply the noble Art, which like the suns' bright ray, Oivi < !tght and happiness to a)', and shines t 1 Tide world through; [do ? Oh' if there were no Pi inters, what would the People The politician, then, indeed, would be a sorry thing, For Micro would be no duily sheet, election new* to bring; And he would have to wait for it, perhaps a month or two; [do ? Oh! if there were no Printers, What would the People The Senator and Member, too, might bid farewell tj fame, Were not one found to print their thought*—their mijrhty d< eds proclaim— Their speeches in.ide for ".Buncombe" they'd find to he "no go!" [men do ? Oh! if there were no Printer*, w hat we d our wise The Poet and the Noveliit might lav 1 «idfl the quill— (jive up th. ii toil and stiidv, and bid iin ir brains be mi For vdio would...

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Salutatory. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 25 June 1859

Salutatory. Is making our dsM liefore the public, it is perhaps proper that we should state the position which we shftfl occupy, and some of the reasons which have induced us to assume the same. We have come to this young county with the parupliaraah'a of our trade, not for political or partisan ends, but with a sincere desire to advance its interests; believing that witli their :id\anccment our own will be enhanced; for the purpose of aiding in the development of the great resources of which we believe this section Of our State is possessed. Hence we do not arrange ourselves in the ranks or under the biumer of any party, not because we fear to give expression to our views of the great political questions upon which our country as at present divided, but because we believe that those questions, being of a national character, can have little or no direct connection with the local interests of this jieople; because we believe that political parties, without political issues, are uttcr...

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War in Europe. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 25 June 1859

War in Europe. Hit a few yean* since the world was startled by the announcement, that England and France had formed nn alliance, and declared war against Itussia. After a long and fruitless m niggle in the Crimea, the shattered remains of the allied army returned to their homes, and it has puzzlcA the political philosopher from j that day to this to sU'termine accurately what j .ceomplislud by this war. But scan-el-hjd the smoke of battle rolled away, ejfcj B France declares war against Austria, i d the | world ie called again to witness other scenes of carnage and of death The cause of the present, war may he found as the overweening dcspoti-i i of Austria, and the cupidity of Louis Napoleon, the present ! : Deft* of France ; wliile Austria by ignoring all popular rights, and refusing to recognize the ( steoee of her people, has entirely alienated the affections of her Italian subjects. France sees in the preeeat crisis, the means of gaining once n:ore the supremacy DTK the Ttaliir...

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Overland Mail----Economy in Postage. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 25 June 1859

Overland Mail----Economy in Postage. From the 8, F. Prices Current and Mercantile Gazette of the 4th inttt., we extract the following statistics of the recent tmrisnusoam of letters from San Francisco, Overland, rin Lo- Angeles: April—way letters, 'J,ooo, through letters, 8,278; total, H. 328. Mayway letters, 1,837, through letters, 13,403; total, l.'-,240, Gain in May, 0,0.2. Those letters designated '•way," are such as are destined for points lietween San Francisco and St. Louis. The overland mail leaving on Monday is uniformly smaller than that leaking on Friday. Hence on Monday, last, the number of letters was 1,11)2, while em Friday preceding, it raj 2,.VfJ. It should be borne in mind, also, that tho mail steamer, with Kent Y"rk dries to sth ult., was due; at tin dale of the last M< n ijf ' narture, which doubtless iueluccd many jjart.es to defer writing by overland until iney she dd I. ire received their correspondence via I'ant ma. Beaide the eonvenisnos which the ...

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Fourth of July. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 25 June 1859

Fourth of July. A number of our citiseni met at the linen Church on IWturdaj • veiling last, for the purpose of taking into r«nsideratiorj the propriety of having a public celebration in Visalia, on the Fourth of July next. A. H. Mitchell was called to the Chair, and Dr. S. 0. George ap- j pointed Secretary. On motion, the Chair appointed the following j named gentlemen a committee of arrangement*, la carry into effect lie \i SI el the meeting: i'lapp, J. P. M .rray, W. L Owen, P. ( is, Simsou Bossier, W. (i. Morris, EL C. , ] wi nd, O. K. Smith, D. R. Douglass. On moUon of D. H. Douglass, the Chairman j tmd Secretary were added to the Committee. The meeting then adjourned. We lear that the Committee have select. -1 S. C. Brown, Esq., to dahvei an Oration, and that he has accepted the invitation. The Declaration of Indepattdenot will be read bj J. W. Freema.i, Est}, There will be a (iraud Procession under the management of Chief Marshal E. E. Calhoun. The VisaliS Harmony, under the ...

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Overland Mail and Eastern Postmasters. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 25 June 1859

Overland Mail and Eastern Postmasters. Thk I'ostmaster at St. Louis forgets that j there is such a place as Los Angeles. The two Isst mails front the East, overland, brought no mail from St. Louis to this place. The same thing twice oc mod during the months of March and April. The ca aw was net that there a no letters for this city, but the Puetatast i I St. Louis, ignorant of the existence or goographical locality ->f Los Angelas, planed the pouch or package of letters for this place in the through bag for San Francisco, which OUT I'ostmaster has riot the privilege of opening. Two things are required : First: that the eastern Postmasters exercise a little more care and circumspection in making up and sanding forward the mails lry the overland route. It is no small loss to our business men her" tha' their letters go part to San Francisco and retnrh Rajah) after an absence of eight or ten ('ays. It will not encourage our business men nor coi respondents to make use of the ...

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Late from Salt Lake. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 25 June 1859

Late from Salt Lake. Gknoa, June 13.—Everything <|uict at Salt Lake. Kirk Anderson was on the eve of leparture for the States. The Valley Tan will ac enlarged under the proprietorship of John Hnrtnett, Secretary of the- Territory, who, in Iris salutatory, says) —"This is a position not iesircd by the present proprietor for many reasons, nor is it the intention to continue the '.irectorship of this paper any longer than he can help; hut whilst under his control it will contain only expressions independent, fair mid honorable." The children of the Mountain Meadow mas socre are still at Salt Lake City in charge ol Dr. Forney, Supcrinf-ndent of Indian AA They have not liecn sent East on account of the bad condition of roads. As soon as practicable they will be sent forward. Ten tnfall of ten wagons each. It ft Echo Colon May 24th; di.-dilation, Camp Floyd, loaded with grain. The road h reported impSiSSrrrS through the Canon. 'I hey will be oblighed to cross the Big Mountain. ...

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The Newspaper Press. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 25 June 1859

The Newspaper Press. OXKOf the most interesting features in the portraiture of our country, is the Newspaper Press; its magic growth, its giant power, and the immense influence it does, and must exert, in thi formation of our national character. Unflke most other kinds of literature, winch dollars and cents limit to the libraries of the rich, or scantily place upon the bookshelves of the more favored of our laboring populatio [ - the weekly journal may be found iijthe cahin of the backwoodsman, as well as in the count-ing-room of the merchant; wherever the hum rjf is board, wherever civilized man ban the virgin soil of our almost Ixmnd !<'v-> country, and reefed a shelter for his h*>ad, ;! ri a welcome visitor, and a valued friend. . ( ics (lie well-tilled newspaper. And that newspaper, with thousands of our countrymen, becomes the book of life. Next to the great "Ila' Bible," they imbibe its principles, adopt its lentnnents, and practice upon ita pr...

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Proceedings of the County Convention. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 25 June 1859

Proceedings of the County Convention. THE Democratic County I ''invention of Tulare county met pursuant to the bail of the Democratic Central Commitlee, at the Court House in Visalia, on Saturday. Juno 11th, ISSO, at 2 o'clock r. m. S. C. Brown, Esq., Chajrniat) of the Democratic County Committee, called the Convention to order. S.W. Beckham, Esq.. was nppointed Secretary pro tern. On motion, lohn Hawpe, J. W. Freeman, S. W. Ih ckham, J. P. Murr ay, and K. Chutten, were appointed a committee on credentials, and to report permanent oflicers of the Convention. The committee reported seven precincts, represented as follows : Visnlia, Io votes—delegates, J. F.. Scott, K. Van Volkenhcrg, \V. S. Matthews, (proxy to T. Baker), John Hawpe, A. H. Smith I. V . Il.mt, B. P. Lawless, (). Mitchell, K. Chatt.n, A. Glenn, W. Wntson, J. Ih P. Thompson (proxy to L. O. Stems), If. S. Fnloc (proxy to S. W. Beckham), 11.Willis, J. Nichols. Woodvillc, 2 votes, —delegates, G. fL Lotig (proxy to S. W. nce...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 25 June 1859

PALMER & HATTON, Architects, Builders, Etc., VISA/.IA, ABi« rRKFAEBTJ TO BXECI TB ALL .ions In their line of Business on short no'ice, am! in the ksost ots ii.> i I style. l»r ;ft • sad &pt rifti stioni feamsh. don »hort notice, s,ntl on reasonable t« rms. ions H, j Ai.Mt;B. ISfSs J. RSTTOXI

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 25 June 1859

Candidates' Notices. For the Assembly. tOT T. M. Haste* U jr. Tjutepe.-ndcnt Candidate for the AttenMy, at the SunSoft KlscSioxi ILT* A. M. DoNAcnsax would respectfully snnounes W- iself to (he HthrSßi of Fresuo and 1 'lerc, as a Candidate 'or the A itemb/;/, at U»e ensuing Election in Beptce (D* To the Votirt, of Tu-'att atul Fretno Ci.nntiti.— The -111']. it-i,.;!!, himself os a Csadidate for the iuembtf. He n fers to Lis past career as a public officer in Tulare County a* a gviaranteo for the future. Q, ti. fti . For County Treasurer. ITT Capt.O. W.Wahmbh respectfully announces to the voters of Tulare county, i hat lie it a Candidate for the office of County Jnaturer, at BaSaaaatSg Plsstton iii Baaaaaher next. H? J. It. Kaanav would rcspertfuny announce to the voters of Tulare county, that he is a Candidate for the office of County Tr.inurer, at the ensuing KtVction in September Best, For County Assessor. U~T James P. DxXHiaos aski ■ this jnormer of announcing himself to the citi...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 25 June 1859

Swamp Lands. Many claimants of Swamp Lands, under the acts of IKAo and '.58, ty faiinjj to make payimMit of in Merest in the pi escribed time, forfeited their claim. We publish for Ibc benefit of such the circular of the Surveyor Genual and Register, and also the act passed by the Legislature last April, from which it will appear that such persons, by paying up their back intcu st and lending their receipts to the- Register before October next, are relieved. To the Purchasers of Swamp and Overflowed Lands. Many persons who have purchased Swamp and I Overflowed 1-ands from the State, under the laws of HHVaSki 18o>!, not fully understanding their intent nod mSSnhtg) have faded to comply with some of I (heir precisions, which failure would prevent the ; acquirement of title from the Suite. I The act of le-">j required paj BtSßt to lie made thirty 1 days froro the time the survey was completed—that is I payment in full, or the first year's interest. In very many ca...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 25 June 1859

A _J ti ML ■ 2st^ J E. Wsixh, Vi«alis. S. Swekt, f>l Battery St., Sab Francisco. WELLS & SWEET, "WHOLESALE ANJ) RETAIL DEALERS Di Groceries l>rovi«fons, Dry fiootls, ' lot limp. Hardware, «iad<liery f Crockery, Paints, Oils, Carpets, Paper Hangings, Implements, of all klada —Boots, Shoes, and Hats, %Aqttor&, ixrid Cigars, Etc., Ktc. IB offering our Extensive Slock to the jublic, we will sell st com it rates, and solicit aif exammntion of our GOODS, with the assurance that "the Latest ASSORTMENT of the aliove Merchandise will always be kept at this STORE, and as good bargains can be made as elsewhere south of San Francisco. Thanking their old friend.* and customers for their liacral patronage heretofore extended to them they respectfuDv solitit a coa inuance of the same. WFLLS ft SWEET, l-3m Mill street, Visalia. Bi| hty-third Anniversary of America:! Independence. Fourth of July, 1959. Tin.itK will be a grand procession of the...

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THE MUSKETO SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 25 June 1859

THE MUSKETO SONG. Ix a summer's night I take my flight To where the maidens RpaaS| And while '-hey are slumbering sweet and Juuud, I bite them on the nose; The warm fc'.ood that tints their cheeks To ma is precious dear, For 'ti* my delight to buzz and bite, In the season Of the year. On the eJSSSSfbSf »ull about I crawl, Till the landlord goes to bed; Then my bugle I blow and down I go, To light upon his head. Oh. I love to see the fellow slap, And 1 laugh to hear him swear; For 'tis my delight to buzz aral bite In the season of the year. WinmvEß Smith's wagon stopped one morning before widow Jones' door, and he gave the usmd country signal, that he wanted to see somebody in the house, by drooping the reins, and sitting double, H ith his elbows on his knees, (hat tripped the widow, lively as a cricket, with a tremendous black ribbon on her snow-white cap. Good morning WSi soon said on both, sides, and the widow waited for what W»s further te be said. "Well ma'am Tones, i&gt...

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KINDLY WORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 25 June 1859

KINDLY WORDS. uv J. t. m rroao. Gratefui, U> the thirsty flower, Wi .en its tench r leaves are drooping, Is thi soft, refreshing shower, To the humblest violet stooping! "joyful, to the traveler weary, O'er Sahara's burning sands, When beyond the prospect dreury Breaks the green and fertile lands ! WsIeOSBS, to the lost, lienighted In the desert waste Of life, Is the face by kindness lighted. Healing up the bosom* strife! Like the hi -sscd rain descending, ' I ike the green spot in the wild, (J, otic words, with kindness blending, (Jlad the heart of sorrow's child. •SUV if there be a better spirit, Better thoughts, snd better hours, Which we »ll sometimes inherit In this wicked world of ouri— if there be a holier f<s lir.^ Than the love of pain atfords, • illflwesns -r us stealing Which incites to kixi»i.y wokos.

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The Life of Seeds. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 25 June 1859

The Life of Seeds. W« mppoM that almost every person lias heard or read the story of some grains of wheat having been bund in an i'gyptian lnumms, wbiofa were sown, vegetates! and yielded grain aft. r>s kim 1 . This case and some others of i rather dubious charm ter has* l*'cn adduced in evidence of the grent vitality nnd longevity of seeds) but we have now very reliable and practical evidence throwing some discredit on such stories. ... The British Scientific Association have, for the last liftecn rears, been instituting inquiries .in axiuir experiments, through a committee Inf ; ts . ci -w th various kind* of seeds.of various ages. Their laWs tend to fliow that I none of the seeds which were tested, although I placed in the most favorable circumstances that j could he devised, vegetated after the age, of 40 j veers; and ii ) oul of 288 species did so 20 years, while by far the largest num .- lost their" gi rininntiii.tr "power in ten years. It lias long been known to ag...

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Qualities of Horses. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 25 June 1859

Qualities of Horses. '• v a meeting ,'islative Agncultural Society of Massachusetts, Mr. Howard, in speaking of the qualities demanded fui different kiiide of service in Horses, said : I r a raee-herse, the model, was something I like mat of - having 'he hind parts ' more elevated titan the fore quarters. The , lehrateti Knglish horse Eclipse is said to be : two inches higher at thp rump than the (bre si uuv 'l- A long' hack is favorable for a race horse, vi here a long race is to be run with a light weight; hut a shorter back is to l<« pfeferri d when a weight is to be borne a short distance. Tor a trotter oblique shoulders and;; higher ones are required, (jo xl trotters rs9Vi r have upright shoulders, In general, 1 :_'•> t nervous energy ompaiiit.'s the firmest and closest texture The English race, ! uses are derived from the Turkish, Persian, Arabian and Spanish stocks, with the blood of a Kritish horse in some instances. There H i variety of horses in (irea...

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