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SISTERS' QUARREL. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 30 July 1859

SISTERS' QUARREL. One day Goon-BvK met How-d'-ye-do, Too close to shun saluting, But soon the rival sisters flew "From kissing to disputing. "Away!" says How-D'-YS-DO; "your mien Appals my cheerful nature— No name so sad as yours is seen In sorrow's nomenclature! Whene'er I give one sunshine hour, Your cloud comes o'er to shade it; Whene'er I plant one bosom flower, Your mildews drop to fade it; Ere How-d'-ye-do has tuned each tongue To 'Hope's delighted measure,' Good-bye in friendship's ear has rung The knell of parting pleasure. From sorrows past my thymic skill Draws smiles of consolation ; While you from present joys distil The tears of separation." Ooon-iiYE replied : "Your statement's true, And well your cause you've pleaded ; But pray, who'd think of How-d'-ve-do, Unless Goon-iiYE preceded ? Without my prior influence Could you have ever flourished ? And can your hand one flower dispense But what my tears have nourished ? How oft, if at the Court of I/ivc Concealment be the ...

Publication Title: Tulare County Record
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Won by a Flower. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 30 July 1859

Won by a Flower. Here is a grave, close under the Maple, and remembered for whom it was made. All that remains upon the tablet now, a rudely carved Willow and a 'Martha' beneath it. She was a village flower and among the fairest at sixteen, and at sixteen she died. It was a Saturday afternoon, and with a merry company she went flower-hunting among the rocks that lined the deep gorge worn by the waters on their journey by the Village Slill. She ventured out with a laugh upon the green and mossy verge, and stood there like Miriam and sung. The summer wind shook out her ringlets in a shower upon her shoulders. A straw hat with blue ribbons, was flung back from her brow; and she seemed like one descended for a moment from the blue heaven above her. It is a long time ago, but we cannot forget the glance of her beautiful eyes, as she turned half-playful, half triumphant to her more timid companions. 'I see a flower—a violet!' she cried, 'It is just over the brink—it shall be mine,' and be...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 30 July 1859

BUSINESS CAB PS. DRS. GEORGE & BOBERTS, PHYSICIANS a.yd SURGEONS, Office—Kent door to tho Express Drug store, rBtUA. l-3m« dr. Thompson. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office—First door East nf Billup's Hotel, VISAI.IA. Robert c. redd, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Will Practice iv the various Courts of the Thirteenth Judicial District—comprising the Counties of Tulare, Presno, Merced and Mariposa. All business promptly ntteuded to. Office—On Mill street, with Dr. Ihompson. (Next door to Jordan & Johnson's store) — Vimiliu. ' BAM. W. BECKHAM, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office—On Mill street, first door east of Billup's Hotel— Vis.m.ia. Parrieular attention given to collections, nnd charges moderate. 4-lm L. O. STERNS, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, NOTARY PUBLIC. Office Court street, near the Court House, VISA 1.1 A . 8. C. BROWN, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. ,Oflicc— In thc> brick building on Court street, opposite the Court House, VISALIA. 1-tf MORRIS &a...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 30 July 1859

W. 13. CTTMMINGS, C 0 MM I SSI 0 N And Forwarding Merchant AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN CENERAL MERCHANDISE, AT FRESNO, The Head of Navigation, on the South branch of the San Joaquin River. The subscrilter is receiving, and keeps constantly on hand, a large supply of barley, pro-»*i VISIONS, ROOTS, SHOES, f%fl CLOTH IN 0, ETC. All orders for Goods, accompanied with cash, will be promptly attended to, at the lowest prices. In connection with the Store, is a commodious Ho - Ml t c l, Provided with clean beds, and good fare, for the accommodation of Travellers. RECEIVING AND FORWARDING GOODS to Millerton, King's River, Visalia, White River, Kern River, nnd al! places South, at moderate charges, promptly attended to. W. 15. CUMMINGS. Fkksxo City, July, 18.39. 4-lnv* PALMER & HATTON, Architects, Builders, Etc., VISA LI A, ARK PREPARED TO EXECUTE ALL JOBS in their line of Business on short notice, and in the most approved style. Drafts and Specifications furnished on sho...

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Our Paper. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 30 July 1859

Our Paper. Although strictly neutral in politics, out little sheet will always reserve the right to comment upon such questions of public interest as may ftam time to time arise, and such political measures as we may deem useful or injurious to the people. While we shall leave to political papers, the task of presenting political issues to the public mind, yet (although We shall not play the frog in the fable and swell beyond our dimensions) we shall always aim, within our limited sphcr, to convince the people that they themselves are primarily responsible for Iht proper administration of the State and County governments. The universal right of suffrage, by which every citizen lj vnabred and permitted to express his will, and to select the men of his choice as public servants, is one of the happiest features of our government; and yel such is human nature, that its exercise has invariably led to that embittered parry spirit, in which the real objects of government, the real question...

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LATEST FROM THE SEAT OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 30 July 1859

LATEST FROM THE SEAT OF WAR. St. John's, N. F., July 5. —The steamship Adelaide has arrived at this port from Galway, 25th, bringing London and Liverpool advices of Saturday noon, received by telegraph. The news is of a highly important nature. The Empress of France had received a telegram from Napoleon, Friday evening, announcing that a terrible battle bad been fought, and that the allied forces ',iad achieved a great victory. The entire Austrian army had formed in line of battle, expending a distance of five leagues. The batde lasted from four in the morning until e'jght ft M., The French captured a numb cr of flags, pieces of cannon and prisoners. A dispatch from Vienna says a battle wr.s progressing, but gives no details. The previous accounts from the seat of war have stated that the Austrian force on the M incio was fully 280,000 strong; that the entire French force had passed Monte Chiare, and that reconnoisance was said to have been pushed as far as Gato; and that the l'iedn...

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Interesting from Sonora. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 30 July 1859

Interesting from Sonora. I'rom a gentleman just from Ouaymas, (says the Los Angeles .Star), we have been favored with the following particulars: Pesquiera had arrived at Guaymas, from Mazatlan, on the Santa Cruz, with the Sonora Battalion, consisting of 473 men. It was rumored that this force was to be employed in the interior of the State, and to be directed against the ever turbulent Apaches. A detachment of these men, numbering eightythree, encamped about 125 miles from Guaymas. Indians were heard of in the neighborhood, but the military did not seem to be in a hurry to find them. 'The Santa Cruz, on her trip from San T'rancisco, brought down the brass guns purchased for the government in that city. On the 20th of this month the steamer was to leave again for San Francisco. It was not known whether she would stop at San Pedro, or not. She was detained at Mazatlan by the Governor for eight days, to take aboard the troops, for which the Governor paid handsomely, according to the te...

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MARRIED. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 30 July 1859

MARRIED. _ On Monday evening, 2oth inst., ;tt the residence nf Mr. Frajiei* Warren, hy Justice Munkins, Mr. JoHN Nicitoi.M to Mis* Ei/./ik Ahmstuoxcj, both of YUalia. [A very large party were assembled to witneea the interesting ceremony, and partake of the good thinga lavishingly furnished Ml the oreaaion,*j

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 30 July 1859

IMPORTANT NOTICE. Great Redaction in Prices AT THK "PIONEER STORE." \\ T K TAKF. PLEASURE IN AJOfOWfOINO T * to our old patrons, and the public in general, that great Reductions arc made in OUT entire stock of Ooods, viz : DRY OOODS, of the following description: Fancy Lawns, fine French Lawns, I.racn Lawns, Berages, Robes, Silks, Mantillas of all descriptions, (to which we call the special attention of the fudiesj; a fine assortment of Embroideries. CLOTHING, A splendid Assortment. Boots, Shoes, and Oaiters; Hats, Oro<Tries, Provisions, Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, Oils, Paints, Brushes, Saddlery, Tin-ware, Cutlery , etc.; Hardware, Crockery aud Glassware—ami I great many other articles too numerous to mention. All of which, we oiler as low us the lowest. Iv conclusion, we must only add— If you want to buy, Don't fail to try. H. MITCHELL A CO, At the Old Stand. Grain taken in exchange for goods. U f (KMHI Sacks for sale, cheap. fi For Sale, Lot and.Brick Start, on MUlttrtet...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 30 July 1859

Candidates' Notices. For County Judge. To the Voters of Tulare County.—lX. C. Rkdo, the present incumbent of the Office of County Judge, oilers himself for your suffrages for re-election to (ill the same office. His official conduct during the period he has occupied that position he offers as a criterion from which to judge of lv's future, and hopes, if re-elected, to be able to fill the position creditably and to the satisfaction of his constituents. Dry William Hmoin.h respectfully announces that he is a candidate for the office of I uunty Judge,, at the ensuing election in September next. For District Attorney. [TX S. C. Bm>w°M announces himself a candidate for re-election to tlie office of District Attorney for Tulare county, at the ensuing election. For Public Administrator. Qjy H. C. Townhf.ni> respectfully announces that he is a candidate for re-election to the office of l*ublio Administrator for Tulare county, at the ensuing election. • • For the Assemb...

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Our Public School. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 30 July 1859

Our Public School. Editor of thf. Record: Sir: Although without chick or child of my own, (for I am a bachelor,) I take a lively interest in the rising generation, which, it is said, is more than many fathers about this place do, and it looks very much like the charge was true when the history of the Public School in tlus town for two years past is reviewed. Anxious to discover some other cause for this seeming indifference on the subject of education, other than a total neglect on the part of those to whom God has confided the care of little children, a few days since I visited the Public School now being taught by Mr. Travis, at the school house in our town, where, instead of discovering any thing like want of ability on the part of the teacher, misconduct in school or indifference to study, I found a small school of 25 or 30 scholars conducted in a manner that is highly complimentary to the gentleman who has charge of it; the most perfect order prevailed, one could have heard the...

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Elite from Salt Lake. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 30 July 1859

Elite from Salt Lake. At a meeting of Justices of the Supreme Court, held on ISth June, the''fo!lowing places were chosen for holding terms of the District Court in the Territory : First district to be held at Ncphi, in Juab county, on the first Monday in August in each year; Second District at Genoa, Carson Valley, on the first Monday of September; Third District in Great Salt Lake City on the 4th Monday of July. F',acli District Court may sit till the first Monday in November, if business requires it. The Fourth of July was celebrated at Salt Lake City. Everything passed off m a Ijc-<-oming manner. The horses attached to one cannon rat! way, seriously injuring three jiersons. Two of .the eldest boys, .ssitvivors of the Mountain Meadow mnssncne*, Here detained at iCamp Floyd, in case their evidences should lie ineeded to ferret out the outers in tlie tragedy. The work of extending the telegraph line towards Salt Lake has betu actively commenced. An office will be opened ...

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Gen. Wool on the War in Italy. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 30 July 1859

Gen. Wool on the War in Italy. Gen. Wool has written a letter to a gentleman in Troy, N. V., in which he expresses his opinions in relation to the war now being waged in Italy. It is his opinion that the war in behalf of the people of Italy by the Emperor of France against Austria portends anything but their civilization and independence. A million and a half of men in arms can be of no benefit to France, Austria or Italy. On the contrary, they will only increase the power that already overrides the down-trodden people of F'urope. The kings and emperors of Europe have their feet on the necks of their subjects, and they mean to keep them there against all efforts to the contrary. Any attempt to relieve them will only increase their burdens and tighten upon them the chains of despotism. The people of France, Italy, Germany and Hungary have each in turn struggled for independence, but have gained nothing but oppression made more oppressive. The monarchs of Europe are sustained by large...

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LIST OF LETTERS [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 30 July 1859

LIST OF LETTERS kemainlno in the post office, at vihalia, For the quarter ending June 30th, 1859. Persons calling for letters, will please say, Advertised. A twill, A B Kelsey Benjamin Adams, Win. Kensell Mr Atchley, Wm. R Keener J D 2 Atkinson, J P 2 Layers Ihos R Askins, Win O 3 Lewis Maria Arnold, Thos. G 8 I.avalte Gertrude Alielle, J D Lobh James Blair, J G Lam David B Bnling, Wm. F" Millikcu George Bidler, Theodore Merrell M S Bauswcll, Samuel Mann A P licauman, Henry Morgan Archibald Curtia, James Morrison Wm Curtis, J M McFeely Joseph Crabtree, James 3 McKay Robert Chevalier, J. B 2 McHull F 2 fioates, Wm Noyes Elepha 2 Cowcn, Win Pearcc Uriah M Campbell, Wm Palmer David F Camphcll, David Phillipson Mr Cochran, Thos. B Powell S Gampbcll, Rev. Moses Pham A 0 Papas, William M Roberts Cornelius 3 Davis, David 2 Roberts Owen W Dewitley, Wm M Rankin James Davis J. V Redtield Leonard Ei' hies, George Sanborn Osborne Farfield Rev S Nanbom Osmen (ireen Oeorge Seward Mary II Green Is...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 30 July 1859

[IT NOTICB.—A RaecLAa Mkrtixo of the "Dashaways" will he held at the Brick Church, on TUESDAY EVENING, August 2d, IK.}'). The Association will be addressed by A. J. Atwki.i., Baa. The public arc respectfully invited to attend. C-lt H. I). BEQUETTE, Secretary. Tub Mail for the Atlantic States and Europe, ji'n San Francisco, closes at the Visalia Post-office, tii-mnrrow evening, 31st inst., at 9 o'clock, i>. M. July 30th. H. A. Bostwick, P. M. NOTICE ! !! O* If tup. Person* that is in possession of the "I.advs' Breast Pin," that I have advertised for the last three weeks as does not cause the same to be sent to Warner's Hotel within two weeks, he will be published. CHAS. McVEAOH. HEAD THIS, AND SAVE YOUR MONEY. O' An Persons who do not pay their Poll Tax before tlie Ist of next mouth (August), sill have to pay Four Dollars instead of 7 hm: The Assessor can be found at the Clerk's Office, every day, between the hours of 9 o'clock, A. v. and 4 o'clock, t, St. ■>3t ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 30 July 1859

DIVINE WORSHIP. The Methooist Episcopal Church Socth, will hold Divine Worship in their Brick Church, every Sabbath, at 11 A. M., and at 7 o'clock, P. M. Sabbath school, at 9 o'clock in the morning. Rev. E. B. Locklkv, Pastor. The Baptist Ciicrch will hold Divine Worship every fourth Sunday, and Saturday previous, in the Methodist Brick (.'hureh.when not otherwise occupied. Rkv. Da. J. Wkiih, Pastor. The Christian Oilmen (Disciples), will hold Divine Worship every lord's Day, in the Visalia Schoohhouse. Exercises commencing at 11 A. M. Rkv, W. Uiooins, Pastor. Camp ItfeetiHg. (FT THERE WILL BE A CAMP MEETING held near Visalia, commencing on Thursday, the "25th day of August next," to which the ministering brethren and the citizens of the neighboring counties particularly, are invited to attend. (Mariposa pa|>ers and Pacific Methodist please copy.) Visalia, July 9, 1859. [td r>. DOiraLASS ITJ* Havino Rrscmei) BIIIIWI at his Old Stand, solicits tho patronage of h...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 30 July 1859

J. L. Wells, Visalia. S. Sweet, 64 Battery at., San Franciaco. WELLS & SWEET, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Groceries, Provisions, Dry Woods, Clothing, Hardware, Saddlery Crockery, Faints, Oils, Carpets, Paper Hangings, Farming Implements, of ail kinds —Boots, Shoes, and Eats, Liquors, and Cigars, Etc., Etc. In offering our Extensive Stock to the public, we will sell at current rates, and solicit sn examination of our GOODS, with the assurance that the Largest ASSORTMENT of the above Merchandise will always be kept at this STORE, and as good bargains can be made as elsewhere south of San Francisco. Thanking their old friends and customers for their liaeral patronage heretofore extended to rhern, they respectfully solicit a continuance of the same. 7 " 3 WELLS & SWEET, ]-3m Mill street, Visalia. Billup's S&l Hotel!! Corner of Court and Mill streets, VISALIA. THE ABOVE HOUSE IS STILL OPEN FOR the accomodation of the Public, and no pains will be sp...

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