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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 30 June 1860
G. W. ROGERS, WATCH MAKER AID JEWELLER. gjs The subscriber wo. 11 respectfully inform the citizens of Vifleu 'jA salia and vicinity, that he is now prepared to do all kinds of repairing of Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry* at short notice. Store on Main street, in A. M. Rogers' Variety Store. Visalia, November 5, 1859. [33tf HUGHES &amp; JONES, Brick-makers and Builders, VISALIA, ARE now prepared to furnish BRICK to any amount required. They will also make contracts to furnish and lay up brick in buildings at as low prices as can be afforded in the valley.— Persons intending to build this summer will find it to their advantage to give us a call before making contracts. HUGHES &amp; JONES. Visalia, April 28th. 45-tf WATCHES, mil, JEWELRY, g*Q For sale at reduced prices,, at Sweet's Building, next door to the Masonic Lodge ikl.' -M Ladies Shawl Pins, from $2 to $5. Ladies Cameo Sets, from $2 to $30. Sleeve Buttons, from 82 to $8. Gold Pencils, from .#3 to $20. Finger Rings...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 30 June 1860
ry We had intended to give our readers the latest news from San Francisco by telegraph, but the State line between San Jose and San Francisco was out of order yesterday, consequently we could not receive dispatches. We will give the latest news when it can be obtained. Stage Accident. —On Monday morning last the Stage of Messrs. Hice ft Co., shortly after leaving Hornitos for Visalia, upset, and severely injured Judge Burke and one of the members of Wells &amp; Hussey's Minstrels. We have not been able to learn the particulars, more than that they are both severely, but not dangerously hurt. The TELEGRAPH, —Mr. Street is out on the line with a number of hands, and we learn from the drivers of the Overland Stage that about fifty miles of the line is now completed with the poles south of Visalia. So soon as the poles are raised to Fort Tejon, the wire will be paid out from a wagon from Visalia to Fort Tejon, which it is expected will be done the next week. They are pushing it ...
Political Signs. [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 30 June 1860
Political Signs. The signs of the times indicate a satisfactory solution of the political issues of the day. Every election evinces the firm and dauntless stand of the Democracy everywhere. The Oregon election that has excited so much interest of late has resulted in the triumph of Mr. Shiel the Democratic nominee for Congress, and the election of n Democratic Legislature, which of course will send two United States Senators to Congress, thereby perpetuating for six years to come, the great interests of the Pacific through the Democratic party. This proves the unwavering devotion of the sons of the fathers of our Republic, to the great principles that have so long held sway over the destinies of our country; that have built her up in commercial importance, political grandurc and literary esteem, in so short a period of time. "Westward the star of empire wends its way," and with it the primitive teachings of ' the great expounders of Democracy, which shall build it up and enthrone it...
From Mono Lake. [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 30 June 1860
From Mono Lake. This week we have been permitted to pee ruse several private letters from this new i mining locality, all of which speak in high - praise of the new gold diggings. Our latest - intelligenae is to the 10th inst., at which l time all the teams, loaded with provisions c and merchandise, from Visalia, had arrived. &lt;i They find ready sale at good prices for I everything they took with them, and some - have sent back orders for larg-e additions to )! their stocks of merchandize. We make a j ' few extracts from a letter written by Mr. Charles B. Smith, who is well known in this f community, and in whose statements impli- &gt; cit confidence can be placed. He writes un1j dcr date of June Bth. II "After informing you of our good health , since leaving Visalia. I will inform you that &gt; we are the builders of the first House in Mono City. Times arc good here, or at i least I think they will be in a short time.— f The weather has been very cold ever...
HYMENEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 30 June 1860
HYMENEAL. MARRIED —On the 30th day of May, 1800, at the re sidence of the brides father, five miles below Gordon's Kerry, on Kern River, by John A. Hudnut, Esq., Mr. Daniel Giiki:nm:ss to Miss Hanna Lukinaa Bnbll, daughter of Christian Boncy, Esq.; all of Tulare county, California.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 30 June 1860
____ , Lumber! Lumber! HAVING arrangements made so tliat I can furnish, at niv mill, together with Pheasant &lt;Xc Kellcy's mill, 20,000 feet of lumber per day, I ( all tin- attention of builders and farmers to the fact that I can furnish lumber at :s2;j per thousand at either mill, with a good road to haul it upon without toll—also, that I have ten large ox-teams running from said mills to any point that a customer may designate, a part of which teams will be running all the time to Visalia Lumber Yard, at which place I will furnish lumber for $00 per 1,000, and am prepared to give such reasonable time as customers may ask, being secured for the payment —three per cent, per month interest will be charged from date of delivery. I also wish to pur chase two ox-teams, and to hire many more freight teams. [LT"Lunihcr exchanged for freight, wheat, barley, or oxen, reasonable. JOS. 11. THOMAS. Visalia, June 13th, 1800. 62
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 30 June 1860
NEW TO-DAY. Strayed. ON or about the 15th of June, 1860, a large, black AMERICAN MULE, branded with the figure 5 on the nigh shoulder, and branded with the letter F on the nigh thigh, dim, newly shod all round. The abevo is a mare mule. Any informalion that will lead to the recovery of the mule will be thankfully received, and all expenses paid. J. F. LEWIS. Visalia. June 28th 1860. 2-3t« For Sale. A GOOD covered buggy with tongue and double harness, will be sold cheap, on reasonable tune. Apply at the Livery Stable of Visalia, June 30, 1860 GOODHUE &amp; POER. ATTENTION ! Having determined to close Business, I WOULD announce to my friends, customers, and the public in general, that the entire stock of goods on my hands now, consisting of Fine Clothing, Dry goods FANCY COODS, Hats, Boots and Shoes, Groceries, Provisions, Liquors, Tobacco, Cigars, Hardware, Cutlery, Crockery, Tin Ware, in fact everything in the Store, at Cost Prices ! The goods must he sold. Persons wishing t...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 30 June 1860
Wells &amp; Husseys Minstrels are playing in Visalia to crowded houses. They will give another of their pleasing entertainments this evening at the Court House. The People's Mill.—We are informed that the machinery for this mill has all arrived at its destination, and that it will be in working order by the fourth of July.— The mill will be furnishing lumber from and after that date. This is said to be one of the best mills ever erected in this section of the country. Selling Off.—By reference to advertisement it will be seen that Mr. Jacob is selling off the stock of goods of the late firm of 11. Mitchell, &amp; Co., at cost. This is no sham, as the estate of 11. Mitchell &amp; Co., has to be closed up, and it makes it necessary to dispose of the goods. Persons in want of the articles will do well to call and trade. Bad Bridge.—The attention of the Road Overseer is called to the unsafe condition of the Bridge across Cross Creek on the Overland road. A little...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 30 June 1860
Dr. L. J. CZAPKAY'S PRIVATE, MEDICAL &amp; SURGICAL INSTITUTE. Sacramento St., Below Montgomery, (Opposite the Pacific Mail Steamship Company s Office,) San Francisco. Established in 1864, for the permanent cure of all private and chronic diseases, and for the suppression of quackery. Attending nnd Resident Physician, L. J. CZAPKAZ, M. D., Late in the Hungarian Revolutionary War, Chief Physician to the 20th Regiment of' Honveds, Chief Surgeon to the Military Hospital of Pesth, Hungary, late Lecturer on Diseases ot Genito Urinary Organs and Diseases of Women and Children, and Honorary Member of the Philadelphia College of Medicine. Particiilar attention paid to the treatment of diseases peculiar to Women and Children. Office hours from 9 A. M., to 9 P. M. Communications Strictly Confidential. Permanent Cure Guaranteed, or no Pay.— Consultations by Letter or otherwise Address Dr. L. J. CZAPKAY, San Francisco. To the Afflicted. DR. L. J. CZAPKAY, returns his sincere thanks to b...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 30 June 1860
imperial Itottcfs. ILTDuring the temporary absence of I)n. Geokok, from Visalia, either Da, Roberts or Dr. Russell, will attend to any calls made upon him professionally. June 22, 1860. 1-tf. [LTMiis. Winslow, an Experienced Nurse and Female Physician, has a soothing Syrup for children teething, which greatly facilitates the process of teething, by softening the gums, reducing all inflammation—will allay all pain, and is sure to regulate the bowels. Depend upon it, mothers, it will give rest to yourselves and relief and health to your infants. Perfectly safe in all cases. Sec advsrtisement in another column, 47-tf. WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WLLD CHERRY The only pure and genuine Balsam is, and for the last twenty years, has been prepared by Seth W. Fowle it Co,, of Boston; and their printed name, as well as the written signature /. Butts, appear on the outer wrapper. As you would avoid the spurious and have the genuine, take no other! Wistur's Balsam of Wild Cherry. —This invaluable remedy ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 30 June 1860
EXCHANGE HOTEL. (FORMERLY THE 0. M. HOUSE.) COIt. COURT &amp; MILL STS. visalia: A. O. TllOltlS, Proprietor. THE above house is still open for the accomodation of the Public, and no pains will be spared to make it a First-class Hotel. The propric tor has recently made large additions to the Furniture of the House, and all the conveniences found in any of the best city houses can be had here on the most reasonable terms. tin: TABLE. is always spread with epicurean taste, and all the choisest viands afforded by the market and the season, neatly prepared, will be served by gentlemanly waiters. TII i: BOOMS, arc neatly carpeted and furnished with clean Beds and all other furniture necessary to comfort or convenience. The Overland Stage from Memphis to San Francisco, and also the Stage from Hornitos, stop opposite the House. The proprietor has recently attached to his hotel a Where will at all times be found a full supply of the most choice WINES, LIQUORS —AND— CIGARS, The very b...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 30 June 1860
,1 d i « wmmr g jsaj jjj ~ h CHAELES McVEAGH,..., Proprietor. r TMIE undersigned would respectfully call the _l. attention of the public to his New Saloon, which is tastefully fitted up, containing Two Billiard Tables, with New and Improved Cushions, equal to any in the State, which will always be kept in good order, and at the service of those fond of the game. THE BAR Is, and always will be, Stocked with the choicest Wines and Liquors, comprising the following Brands of Brandies: Old Sazarac, Mnrtell, Jhnnessee, Pony, and Chas. Revere. Customers will be politely waited upon, and their wants attended to by myself, being well experienced in that line of business for the last ten years, and hope to gain a liberal share of public pat: onage, The choicest brands of Havana. Cigars kept constantly on hand. FREE LUNCH SERVED EVERY DAY. CHARLES McVEAGH, Sole Proprietor. Visalia, March 17, 1860, [4im3 O. REINSTEIN, I. 8. CLAPP, No. 7 Custem House J. B. HOCKETT, Block, Sacramento St., Visali...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 30 June 1860
NIMH BILLIARD AND DRINKING SALOON, COURT STREET, Adjoining the Overland Mail Stag? Office, VISALIA. A. J. MALTBY and &gt; ..... -- 6. STEVENSON, \ Proprietors* r rMIE undersigned would respectfully caH the 1. attention of the public to their SALOON, which has been tastefully Fitted Up, containing ONE FINE BILLIARD TABLE, which will always be kept in good order, and at the service of those fond of the Game. Billiards, twenty-five cents per game. THE BAR is, and always will be, furnished with a good supply of the choicest Wines and Liquors. The choicest brands of Havana Cigars, and all kinds of Syrups and Bitters—always on hand. Liquors of the very bert quality, sold by the bottle/ 42-3 m MALTBY k STEVENSON. VISALIA mm. THIS old established house has been thorough* ly refitted, and the Table will at all times be supplied with the best the markets afford, cooked in r rench and American style. (LTMeals at all hours, by day or night. Citizens and the travelling public are respect...
Make Home Bright and Pleasant. [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 30 June 1860
Make Home Bright and Pleasant. More than building showy mansionMore than dress and fine array— More than domes or lofty steeples — More thon station, power and sway, Make your home both neat and tasteful, Bright and pleasant, always fair, Where each heart shall rest contented, Grateful for each beauty there. More than lofty, swelling titlesMore than fashion's luring glare— More than mammon's gilded honors — More than thought can well compare, See that home is made attractive, By surroundings pure and bright, Trees arranged with taste and order, Flowers with all their sweet delight. Seek to make your home most lovely, Let it be a smiling spot, Where in sweet contentment resting, Care and sorrow arc forgot; Where the flowers and trees are waving, Birds will sing their sweetest songs, Where the purest thoughts will linger, Confidence and love belongs. Make your home a little Eden, Imitate her smiling bowers, Let a neat and simple cottage Stand among bright trees and flowers. There, wha...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 30 June 1860
SANDS' SARSAPARILLA. The Great American Remedy For Purifying the Blood. WILL HE FOUND A CERTAIN CURE FOR Scrofula, Rheumatism, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Erysipelas, Pimples, Dibs, Mercurial Diseases, Cutaneous Eruptions, Liver Complaint, Stubborn Ulcers, Loss of Appetite, General Debility, &amp;c. AS AN ALTERATIVE ANI&gt; RENOVATING AOENT, IT IS UNEQUALLED ! ! ! A plentiful supply of pure blood is as assential to animal life as light, heat, and genial showers are to the vegetable kingdom. When the proper circulation of the vital fluid is impeded, sickness is 1 the inevitable consequence, the secretions become t unhealthy, the liver becomes clogged with impure \ bile, which, forced into the system, vitiates and in 1 flames the blood, engendering scrofula and cutaneous and biliary disorders. The experience of sixteen years has fully established the high reputation of this invaluable medicine: its curative powers have been thoroughly tested in long-standing and obstinate...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 30 June 1860
Munitions. STATE OF CALIFORNIA, &gt; County of Tttare, ) • In the District Court of the 13th Judicial District. Wm. I. Hart, plaintiff, vs. Michael Erskine, de fendant. Action brought in the District Court of the thirteenth Judicial District, and the complaint filed in the county of Tulare, in the office of the Clerk of said District Court. The People of the State of California, send greeting—to Michael Erskine: "V? OU are hereby required to appear in an action JL brought against you by the above named plaintiff, in the District Court of the thirteenth Ju- i dicial District in and for the county of Tulare, and to answer the complaint filed therein, (a copy of which accompanies this summons,) within ten days, (exclusive of the day of service,) after the service on you of this summons, if served within this county; if served out of this county, but within this Judicial District, within twenty days; or if served out of said District, then within forty days, or judgment by defau...