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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 21 July 1860

LIYEEY & SALE STABLE ! CHARLES A. WEBSTER—Proprietor. <» Having taken entire charge of the well known Livery Stable, near the f \ m old Eagle Hotel, lam now prepared to keep horses by the day, week, or single feed, at very moderate rates. I will always keep for hire, well broke and gentle Saddle Horses, suitable for cither Ladies or Gentlemen. Persons patronizing this Stable are assured of having the best care taken of their horses, as the stable is under the personal supervision of myself. In connection with the Stable, I have a large Hay Yard ;in<l Corral* The highest cash price paid for Oats, Hay and Barley. Visalia, February 4, 1860. [2 MRS. WINSLOW, An experienced Nurse and Female Physician, presents to the attention of mothers, her SOOTHING SYRUP, FOR CHILDREN TEETHING, "TITIIIt'II greatly facilitates the process Vv of teething, by softening the gums, reducing all inflammation-will ALLAY PAIN and spasmodic action, and is Sure to Regulate the B...

Publication Title: Visalia Weekly Delta
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 21 July 1860

Dr. It. J. CZAPKAY'S PRIVATE, MEDICAL & SURGICAL INSTITUTE. Sacramento St., Below Montgomery, (Opposite the Pacific Mail Steamship' Company s Office,) San Francisco. Established in 1854, for the permanent cure of all private and chronic diseases, and for the suppression of quackery. r Attending and Resident Physician, I*. J. CZAPKAY, Iff. 0., Late in the Hungarian Revolutionary II nr. Chief Physician to the 2Cth Regiment 0 f Honveds, Chief Surgeon to the Military Hospital of Path, Hungary, late Lecturer on Diseases of Genito Urinary Organs and Diseases of Women and Children, and Honorary Member of the Philadelphia College of Medicine. [LTPartieular attention paid to the treatment of diseases peculiar to Women and Children.^) Office hours from 9A. M., to 9P. M. Communications Strictly Confidential. (LTrernianent Cure Guaranteed, or no Pay.— Consultations by Letter or otherwise Free.J~TJ Address Dk. L. J. CZAPKAY. San Francisco. To tSte Afflicted. ¥ yi. L. J. CZAPKAY, retu...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 28 July 1860

The Visalia Weekly Delta VOL. 11. VISALIA, TULARE COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, JULY 28, 1860. NO. 6.

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LECTURE ON EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 28 July 1860

LECTURE ON EDUCATION. Delivered before the Rev. B. W. Taylor's School, at Visalia, Tulare County, Cal., June 23d 1860, by L. O. STERNS, ESQ. An Address prepared on short notice, can hardly be expected to reflect much credit on its author, or inspire in his auditory those exhalted views the importance this subject demands. The exhibitions of the intellectual improvement here made to-day should swell every patriot-bosom with pride, and emotions of gladness, as he views the sure evidences of mental culture in those children that soon will control the affairs of State, and be the guiding stars of American destiny. The most important duty we owe to society is the education of our children, and the most important duty they owe is to improve every facility extended to them, to drink in those elements that will qualify them in turn to educate their children, for the like responsibility. I think we have had ample proof to-day that the Teachers, Parents, and Children of this community are awa...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 28 July 1860

ROBT. P. GILL, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. VISALIA. Will practice in all the Courts of Tulare and Fresno counties. Qj= Office on mill street. [3 Wm. Goi-vernecr Morkib. | S. C. Brown. MORRIS & lIKOWN, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, Will practice, in civil cases, in all of the Courts of the Thirteenth Judicial District. Mr. Morris will attend to Criminal business as heretofore. Office on Court street opposite the Court House. VisaUa, July 7th, 1860. [3tf 8. A. SHEPPARD, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, (i. ATE OF SAN FRANCISCO,) HAS REMOVED TO VISALIA, and will practice in the Courts of Tulare and neighboring Counties. [Jan. 21-4 W. M. STAFFORD, ATTORNEY AT LAW, VISALIA. Will practice his profession in the counties of Tulare and Fresno. Office, in the building formerly occupied by W. G. Poindextcr as a Sheriff's office, opposite the Court House. [52 L. O. STERNS. | 8. W. BECKHAM. STERNS A BECKHAM, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, VISALIA. L. O. STERNS—Notary Public...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 28 July 1860

D. It. DOUGLASS, DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE, Groceries, Provisions, Flour, Grain, Ac. Stoves A Household Furniture, VISALIA. [1 BOSTWICK Ac WILIIOIT, FORWARDING, STORAGE, AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. STOCKTON. WILL receive and forward Merchandise to all parts of the Southern Mines, at the lowest Rates. Goods stored in Fire-proof Building, while on Transit, free of charge. Flour, Ground Feed, and Barley, constantly on hand and for sale. Office—Three doors below Centre Street, on the Levee, STOCKTON. REFERENCES: W. O. Sleeper A Co., Bankers Columbia. J. P. McKenna Union Hill. Milner & Vandcrsdale Shaw's Flat. Stone & Palterett Sonora. C.&F Rutherford Sonora. P. J. Reyland Poverty Hill. H. W. Brown Montezuma. W. Breck Chinese Camp. Deerlng & Bro Jacksonville. Wells, Fargo & Co Stockton. Nash A Beamis Stockton. Stockton, March 21, 1860. 40 JOHN. H* BICHARDSOX, HOUSE, SIGN, CARRIAGE AND Paper Hanging, Glazing and Graining. Brick...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 28 July 1860

G. W. ROGERS, WATCH MAKER AHD JEWELLER. The subscriber would respectfully inform the citizens of Visalia 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, 18-59. [33tf HUGHES & 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 & JONES. Visalia, April 28th. 45-tf wmm cLflci., JEW ELRY, For sale at reduced prices,, at Sweet's Building, next door to the Masonic Lodge Ladies Shawl Pins, from $2 to $8. Ladies Cameo Sets, from #2 to $30. Sleeve Buttons, from $2 to $8. Gold Pencils, from {8 to 020. Finger Rings, from $2 to $12. A complet...

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Platform of the National Democracy. [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 28 July 1860

Platform of the National Democracy. Resolved, That the platform adopted by the democratic party at Cincinnati be affirmed, with the following explanatory resolutions; first That the government of a Territory organized by an act of Congress is provisional and temporary, andduring its existence all citirens of the United States have an equal right to settle with their property in the Territory, without their rights, cither of person or property, being destorved or injurned by Congressional or Tentorial legislaU °Second— That it is the duty of the Federal Government, in all it* departments, to protect the rights of persons and property in the Territories, and wherever else its constitutional authority extends. Third— That when the settlers in a Territory, having an adequate population, form a State Constitution, the right of sovereignty commences, and beinii consummated by their admission into the Union, they stand on an equality with the people of other States, and a State thus organi...

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Our Candidates. [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 28 July 1860

Our Candidates. At the head of our columns we place the nominees of the National Democratic Convention for the office of President and VicePresident of the United States, at the ensuing election, the Hon. John C. Breckinridge of Kentucky, and Gen. Joseph Lane, of Oregon. The reasons that impell us in thus acting, the public expect us to give, and we do so most cheerfully, firmly believing in the entire consistency of our action, as in keeping with the great principles ofthe National Democracy, ever since its founder Thomas Jefferson first promulgated its tenets. Ever since the year 1820 our country has been agitated by the all absorbing question of slavery, and its greatest men have delved deep and earnestly into the science of political economy, for the purpose of mitigating these excitements and establishing the true course of action relative to it.— Cromprom-ses have been agrned upon and rescinded, and new concessions made and received by our greatest statesmen, for the avowed pu...

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The Issue. [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 28 July 1860

The Issue. The points of differences betwen the Northern and Southern Democracy are : "1st. As regards the status of slavery, as a political institution, in the Territories, whilst they remain in the Territories, and the power of the peopli of a Territory to exclude it by unfriendly legislation : And 2nd, As regards the duty of the Federal Government to protect the owner of slaves in the enjoyment of his property in the Territories, so long as they remain such." And this difference originated the breach at Charleston, which resulted in the unhappy event of putting before the country two candidates for the Presidency, from the democratic party. Mr. Douglas, who claims to be, but was not, the founder of the squatter sovereignty doctrine, although an early dcciple—has attempted to ruin its logic, and therefore, has proved an unprofitable and rebellious follower of it. lie claims that the people of a Territory, from the Inception of migration there, havejan inherent right to all the pow...

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Democratic Usages. [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 28 July 1860

Democratic Usages. The Black Republican Douglas organs are harping voicifcrously about the "time honored usages" of the Democratic party, and contending that in pursuance thereof Mr. Douglas received the legitimate nomination, and therefore entitled to the support of all good Democrats. Let us see. Recently the National Democracy elected 303 delegates to assemble at Charleston for the purpose of reaffirming Democratic principles and nominating canditates for the offices of President and Vice President of the United States. The duty of these delegates was plain and specific —to reaffirm its doctrines and NOMINATE its candidates. This done, the purpose* for which it convened would have been consummated. But on their arrival there a bare majority representing nonDemocratic States attempted to foist upon it a platform repugnant to its former principles and to institute new interpretations upon the power of the Federal Government, or in other words, to tear down and demolish the fair pro...

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The Baltimore Nominees. [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 28 July 1860

The Baltimore Nominees. ACCEPTANCE OF MR. BRECKINRIDGE. In response to repeated calls, Mr. Breckinridge at length appeared, and addressed the crowd; saying that he felt deeply this manifestation of friendly regard, and that he accepted it as an approval of the recent proceedings at Baltimore, by which the .National Democratic Convention presented his name and that of his gallant and honored friend Gen. Lane, as a candidate for 1 resident and Vice President of the L nited States. The heart would be cold and insensible indeed that did not throb with gratitude at such an exhibition of the confidence of his couutrvmen. He felt it and felt it deeply, and diil not affect to conceal it. He had seen with feelings of pain the division and disturbances which had occurred in the Democratic Convention, and had hoped to see in the end that these evils would be averted. His friends know that be would not for an instant permit his name to stand in the wav of fraternal harmony. He well knew there w...

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Atlantic. [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 28 July 1860

Atlantic. The Penny Express brings news to the Alta California, from St. Louis to the 12th: The difficulty in regard to the transportation of the California mails has been temporarily arranged with Commodore Venderbilt. The mails will leave on the steamer to-morrow. Yanderbilt agrees to carry them till the 1th of March for postage, and the President is to recommend, in his annual message, such additional compensation as may be reasonable. Amount not made public. Previously the Administration had determined to send the mails by the Revenue Cutter llitn iet Lane and others. Before settlement, Gwin had a grand blowup with the President and Postmaster-Gen-eral. Holt refused to carry out his promise relative to overland and ocean mails, Gwin appealed to the President to know if he sustained Holt. It is said that Dr. Gwin left and told the President that he deserved to have no friends. He would never darken the doors of the White House while he filled it. It is not known whether the diffi...

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TELEGRAPHIC. [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 28 July 1860

TELEGRAPHIC. PER PACIFIC AND ATLANTIC TELEGRAPH. To tlie Visalia Delta. Carson City, July 27, 10:30 A. M. The Pony Express arrived here yesterday morning with dates to 15th inst.' The following is the private special dispatch from Carson city: The political news is highly important.— Breckinridge's letter of acceptance has been published at length, endorsing the doc trine of intervention by Congress in preventing by direct law or Territorial Legislation establishing or prohibiting slavery. He recognizes as the right of the Government to secure to citizens of all States their rights of property in the Territories. Senator D. S. Dickenson, of New York, is for Breckinridge and Lane. Mayor Wood, and a very large majority of the rank and file of the Democracy are for Douglas and Johnson. Mr. Buchanan says, as neither candidate received the two-third votes ofthe delegates, that Democrats are at liberty to vote for cither. In Missouri and Illinois, the Democratic men have mostly declared f...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 28 July 1860

OBITUA.RY. DIED, July 16th, 1860, at Poney Flat, Tulare County, California, M.vhtiia MATILDA RICIH AnnsoN, eldest daughter ofßoswcll and Louis : Richardson, aged nine years, five months and fi days. NEW TO-DAY. i»res c k v c SAMPLES OF FRUIT. T)ERSONS intending to exhibit any or all kind. _L of Fruits at the coming San Joaquin Valley Agricultural Fair, for premium!, arc informed that Fruits can be preserved in light colored spirits, in pint or quart bottles. To persons who get no premiums, it will be gratifying to them to know that they have produced something for the Fair. Also, brains, Grasses and Vegetables, all kinds. Freight on shipment of such articles paid by E. S. HOLDEN, President. July 28, 1860. 6-4"- -~ METRiMUTAN HOTEL Corner Bush and Sansomc Sts., SAN FRANCISCO. MThe Proprietors of the Metropolitan Hotel, desire to return their thanks to the traveling public for the generous and liberal manner in which the House nas been patronized since it has been under their control ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 28 July 1860

The Democraiic State Central Committee will meet at the City of San Francisco, on Monday, the 30th day of July inst,, at ten o'clock, A. M. A general attendance is earnestly requested. JOS. P. HOGE, Chairman S. C. Committee. We call attention to the advertisement of she Metropolitan Hotel, San Francisco, Messrs. Armstrong & Todd, proprietors, two gentlemen too well known to require any notice as successful hosts. The Metropolitan is now the leading first class house on this coast, yet its charges are reasonable. We have received a few of the first numbers of a new daily evening paper published in San Francisco, called tee Mirror, a journal of literature, published by Daggett, Rutherford & Foard, at $9 per annum. Cabbage.—Last season the only cabbage in this market were brought from Stockton and Linn's Valley.—Mr. Tinman, in the vicinity of town, has this season, some four or live thousand head of the finest ever raised; some of them weighing fifteen pounds. T...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 28 July 1860

Stove*. A large assortment of the eolebratcd DiaP~ mond Rock COOKING STOVES, and _\J- STOVES of all patterns, on hand and will be sold on reasonable terms, by RICHE, BOSTWICK ft BRO. Visalia, January 14, 1860. [30

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