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THE ARTIST'S BRIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 30 July 1859

THE ARTIST'S BRIDE. "Oh, she must be fair," they said, "to be Beloved by a connoisseur such as he, Who but touches the canvas, and forthwith rise Bright pictures, clothed in most gorgeous dyes Or the mellow light of the evening skies. Oh, she must be graceful and faultlessly fair, For none but beauty most rich and rare Could win hie eye on tbe face to rest, Or kindle feelings within his breast With which no other he ever blest." The artist smiled; and they wondered anew If the lady's eyes were black or blue, And if her cheek wore the rose's hue, Or her face was pale as the marble white, And her hair as dark as the clouds at night, Or lay in waves of rippling light; And if a smile her red lips wreathed, And her words in soft, low tones were breathed ; Or, if she was tall, and proud, and cold, And rich in houses, and lands, and gold, Then the artist said she had wealth untold; And they were glad for las sake, they said, Tho' they knew he never for gold would wed. He brought his bride,...

Publication Title: Tulare County Record
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 30 July 1859

SAN FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENTS. _ OCTAVIAN HOOGS. JOHN H. MAmSOX. HOOGS & MADISON", I*.iHOUSE BROKERS, f A sV&AI REAL ESTATE AGENTS, And Collectors, Etc. Office, 110 Montgomery .street, Ban Francisco. MONEY TO LOAN; Houses and Lots for sale and to let. Persons leaving the State, wishing an Agent, will please cull, and their property will be attended to. city i:i:fkhences : Messrs. Flint, Peabodv & Co; W. K. Van Allen, A. R. Forbes, Janson, Bond It Co.; W. G. Badgef, (i. K. Fitch, Bradshaw ft Co., W. F. Herrick, M. S. Whiting. Mm KIERSKI & BRO., nEAI.EUS IX Musical Instruments. Sheet Music, Books, Magazines, Etc., Eldorado street Stockton. f CONSTANTLY ON HAND, Poetical Works, J Historical, Philosophical, Theological, and all of the latest works on Agriculture and Gardening; IJihles, Testaments, Psalm and Hymn liooks; a large atser&nent of School Rooks always on hand. Foreign and domestic Newspapers, Magazines and cheap public...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 30 July 1859

.SAN FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENTS. WHEELER & WILSON'S riusi ruiaiiiM Family Sewing Machines, At Reduced Prices. THE HIGHEST PREMIUMS were awarded tlicsc Machines in ISSC, at the following Fairs and Institutes ■ Missouri, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, Illinois, Wisconsin, St. Louis, Mississippi, Michigan, Baltimore, New York, New Jeascv, Richmond, Maryland, Virginia, Indiana, Chicago, Mechanics' Institute, San Francisco. These Machines having taken the First Premium at all the State Fairs held last fall (1858), throughout the Union, in every- instance where they have contended, over all other Sewing Machines, must be received as conclusive evidence of THEIR UNEQUALED SUPERIORITY. Among the undoubted advantages of these Machines art — :. Elegance and simplicity of construction, and consequent freedom from derangement and need of repair. 2. Durability. 8, Unexampled case anil rapidity of operation. 4. Noiseless movement. :"). Beautf of stitch and firmness of scam. (>. Econ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 30 July 1859

SAN FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENTS. (J ROY E R & BAKER'S Family Sewing Machines. Prices from $7.3 to $IGO. New Styles - - - Great Improvements. THEY HEM, FEIIToATHER AND EMRKOIUKS in a manner unequaled by any other Machine, while for rapidity and beauty of execution they have no successful eomi>ctitors. Every variety of fabric can be sewn with equal facility, and the stitch is stronger and more elastic than that made by band Cotton, silk, or linen thread, is used from the original spools, an advantage being thos securrforw every other Machine. Each seam is finished by the operation nf the machine, without recourse to UU hand needle, as in others. Their undeniable and essential iulvantafes will be apparent to all upon examination or trial. SEND FOR A CIRCULAR containinc cuts, prices, samples of sewing, etc. ITT All machines warranted. . Full and cxplic.'t directions accompaytng each Machine. • „ ~,, OROVER ft BAKER 8. M. CO, 118 Montgomery street, San 1-rancisco. R. ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 30 July 1859

Post Office Arrangements. OrerUind Mail, from San Francisco to St. Louis— arrives Sundays and Wednesdays. Departs on arrival. From St. Louis to San Francisco, via Visalia—arrives Mondays and Thursdays. Departs on arrival. From San Francisco no'Stockton —arrives Tuesday and Friday nights. Departs Monday and Thursday mornings. From Visalia to Los Angeles, via Kinneysburg, Petersburg and Keyesvillc, arrives on the Bth and 23d of each month. Departs on the Ist and 15th. Omci Horns— b A. m. to 12 m, and from 2to sp. M. Sundays, from 9 to 11 A. M. 11. A. Bostwick, Postmaster. List of Post Offices in Tulare Comity. OFFICE — I'OSTMASTKR. Visalia H - A - Hnstwis*. King's Kiver James Smith. Kinncvsburgh (White Kiver) A. Rci d. Kcvesville J - Caldwell. Petersburg ........A. 1). Hight. Tide River (Goodhue s Crossing)...H. O. McLean. Postaof. rt the Otrhlanb Mail.—Thsee' cents pre-pays a letter weighing half an ounce, Irons San Francisco to St. Louis, Mo.. Arkansas and Texas. All distances in th...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 6 August 1859

Enlare County Record AND FRESNO EXAMINER. VOLUME I. VISALIA, CALIFORNIA: SATURDAY MOIINING, AUGUST 6, 1869. NUMBER 7.

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ADAM AND EVE. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 6 August 1859

ADAM AND EVE. The following beautiful stanzas, hy Whittier, a modern poet, affords a useful lesson. Adam and Eve exiled from the garden, had sat down disconsolately on the outer side of the wall of Paradise, and there an Angel found them bewailing their fate. Thereupon the radiant presence spoke: " 'Arise!' he said, 'why look behind When hope is all before, And patient hand and willing mind, Your loss may yet restore ? 'I leave with you a spell whose power Can make the desert glad, And call around you fruit and flower, As fair as Eden had. *l clothe your hands with power to lift The curse from off your soil. Your very doom shall seem a gift, Your loss a gain through Ton.. 'Go, cheerful as yon humming-bees To labor as to play. 1 While gleaming over Eden's trees, The angel passed away. Tlie pilgrims of the world went forth Obedient to the word, And found where'er they tilled the earth, A garden of the Lord! Once more, oh, white-winged Angel, stand, Where man still pines and grieves, A...

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In Debt and Out of Debt. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 6 August 1859

In Debt and Out of Debt. BY UOLCLAS JKR uo 1.1). Of what hideous progeny of ill is debt the father! What meanness, what invasions of self-respect, what double-dealing! How in due season it will carve the frank, open face into wrinkle- ! how liken knife it will stab an honest heart ! And then its transformation ! How it has been known to change a goodly face into a mask of brass! How, with the miserable custom of debt, litis the true man become a callous trickster! A freedom from debt, and what nourishing sweetness may be found in cold water ! what toothsomeness in a dry crust ! what ambrosial nourishment in a hard eg'/ ! Be sure of it, he who dines out of debt, though his meal be a biscuit and an onion, dines in the Apollo. And then for a raiment, what warmth in a threadbare coat, if the tailor's receipt be in your pocket! what Tvrian purple in the faded wtiisteoat not owed for! how glossy the well-worn hat. if'it covers not the aching head of a debtor ! Next, the home sweets, the o...

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Legal Magic. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 6 August 1859

Legal Magic. Proffssor AmdshsoM is so cute, (says an exchange),that we have no hesitation in setting this down as an advertising dodge: Ilo*enthal vs. Anderson. —The Wizard of the North ha< appeared si the Shoreditch County Court, England, to answer a summons, in which the plaintiff, a i'ole, charged him with having damaged what had once been s glossy four-and-nine-penny hat. Plaintiff stated that he bad been to the Great National Standard Thcater.Shorediteh. to witness the performanoe of Professor Anderson. That in an unguarded moment he had lent his hat to the Professor, to make a pudding in it; that on its being returned to him he found certain traces of the said pudding remaining, in the shape of albuminous deposits of egg on the brim, dabs of batter «• i> the lining, and sundry small currants and part ides of allspice sticking to the inside of the crown. He had demanded compensation on the sj :. ami having been refused it, he now brought his claim. On bein...

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Expectation of Life. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 6 August 1859

Expectation of Life. This is a phrase in use among Life Assurance Actuaries and those who calculate the chances of life for our precarious mortality, that may he explained as meaning the number of years a man of a given age may expect to live. A person at such an age may calculate that he has before him so many years of existence. At ten years of age, you have a good prospect of living until you are fifty-nine years and six months old. At twenty years old you stand a chance of living till you are about six-ty-two years and nine months old. If you are twenty-three years old, you may have a reasonable hope of living till you are sixty-three. At twenty-five, your prospects are fair for seeing your sixty-fourth year. At thirty, you Biayfiope for sixty-six: at thirty-five, for sixty■evea| at forty, for sixty-eight; at forty-five, for seventy ; at fifty, for seventy-one years and a half; at'filly-five, for seventy-three ; at sixty, for seventy-four and a quarter; at seventy, for M■Bitty-e...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 6 August 1859

BUSINESS GAUDS. DRS. GEORGE & ROBERTS, PHYSICIANS and BURGEONS, Ori-icr.—Next door to the Express Drug store, visa i.l \. l-3nv» DBS. THOMPSON ft BAKER, PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. Office —l-'irst door East of Billup's Hotel, VISAI.IA. ROBERT C. REDD, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Will Practice in the various Courts of the Thirteenth Judicial District—comprising the Counties of Tulare, Fresno, Merced and Mariposa. All business promptly attended to. Ovpicb—On Mill street, with Dr. Thompson. (Next SOOT to Jordan ft Johnson's store) — Vi*<ili>t. SAM. W. BKt'K II AM, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Oilier.—On Mill Street, first door cast of Billup's Hotel—Visalia. Particular attention given to collections, and charges moderate. t-3m L. 0. STERNS, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, AMI NOTARY PUBLIC OmCS Court street, near the Court House, VIBAI. I A . S. C. BROWN, Attoniey and Counsellor at Law. Office —In the brick building 0U Court street, opposite the Court House, VISA...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 6 August 1859

\V. B. CUMMINOS, COMMISSION* And Forwarding Merchant AND WHOLESALE ANU RETAIL DKALEB IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE, AT FRESNO, llic Read of Navigation, on tlie Smith branch of the San Joaquin Itivcr. Tho subscriber is receiving, and keeps constantly on hand, a large supply of BARLEY, PRO-«]jr] 'k&til VISION'S, ROOTS, SIIOKS, ffj^ CLOTH INO, 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 II O - M T E L,. Provided with clean beds, and good fare, for the accommodation of Travellers. RECEIVING AND FORWARDING GOODS to Millerton, King's Itivcr, Visalia, White River, Kern River, and all places South, at moderate charges, promptly attended to. W. R. CUMMINOS. Fklsno City, July, 18.39. 4-1 in* PALMER &HATTON, Architects, Builders, Etc., VISA LI A, ARE PREPARED TO EXECUTE ALL JORS in their line of Business on short notice, and in the most approved style. Drafts and Specificati...

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The European War. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 6 August 1859

The European War. Two Emperors, a king, and half a do/en petty princes, decked with the crowns of their rival houses, and contending Cor territory to which they have as little rgiht as the Sultan of Turkey to the Plymouth Rock, together with scores of dukes, counts, marquescs, marshals, generals of division, and genei-aJs of brigade, adorned with the gorgeous decorations of rank and title, followed by six hundred thousand able-bodied men, capable of turning a wilderness into a garden, and skilled in the most scientific and expeditious of the modern modes of human butchery, are now busily engaged in cutting each other's throats, and mutilating each other's persons on the classic and fertile fields of Italy. To those fields, on which the frequent feuds of Rome were quenched in blood, and which were so often lost and won by the Roman Legions during the many centuries in which the declining power of the empire struggled against the barberous hordes of Northern Europe, until at last she ...

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Proceednigs of the Board of Supervisors. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 6 August 1859

Proceednigs of the Board of Supervisors. At a Session of tbe Hoard of Supervisors for Tulare County, on Monday and Tuesday, the Ist and 2nd inst., the following business was transacted : ACCOUNTS Audited nnd allowed, payable out of the County Treasury as follows: H. Mitchell <fc eo.. Payable out of cur. ex. fund #15,00 R. M. liillups i 87 7o : .1. 11. Thomas " " Road " 2:il 65 Thos. P. Mitchell '• " CUT, p*. fond 70 00 Wm. C. Ferguson " " " 4!) 90 D. W. C. French 10 (H) Jno. A. Keys 14.-, oo J, D. P. Thompson " " Ind, S. Fund 00 00 T. C. Haves " " nur. ex. " 409 06 8. G. Geofgi " " Ind. Sick" 179 00 (!. E. Long " " cur. ex. " <>7 00 s. c. Brown " " - " <>o ihi .Ino. C. Reid " ■ " " 80 7") A. A. Wingficld " " " " 4<i 2.~> E. K. Calhoun " " " " 441 W.C. Owen *' " " " (! 00 Gordon Douglass " " " " 2o 00 W. 0. I'oindcxtcr " " " " GO o0 Jos. Gale, granted a license to run a Ferry across Kern Rivet for one year. ...

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LATEST FROM THE SEAT OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 6 August 1859

LATEST FROM THE SEAT OF WAR. Nkw YORK, July LI. —The steamship .Etna, from Liverpool the 2d inst., arrived at this port this morning. Her advices are the same as those brought hv the Canada to Halifax. At Paris it is believed in some quarters that, the French loss at the battle of Solferino | amounted to from 16,000 to 18,000 men, as follows: Gen. Neil's corps 6,000 to 7,000 • D'Hillicr's nearly .5 00(1; McMuhon's 2,500; C'anrobcrt's 1,000, besides casualties in the irtillery and special corps. The French people are said to be dissatisfied with the scantiness of the details as yet published in the Moniteur. The Pattie says Napoleon had an epaulette shot away, (ion. Dien is reported among the dead. The Austrians had seven or eight Generals and very many of their superior officers wounded. Gen. Gresehke was killed. Some of the French infantry regiments were nearly cut to pieces. The Piedinontese suffered so severely as to be incapable of forming in the line of battle, The Vienna corre...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 6 August 1859

y WtM Conn Si tm Many persons having n i|ii< >ti «l tin' use of my name In connectiou with Mm shews ssnee, I would ■ay that having received ■ thorough course of instruction in the principles of Civil Engines dng, and having been engaged in Government Surviving in the Eastern States, 1 shall take piosmru in serving the people in Tulare county in that capacity, should it please them to elect inc. They are therefore at liberty to use my name as a Candidate for that office. A. J. ATWKXI>. VisaLlA, Aug. 6th. i. o. of <>. r. OTP The Members of the Order are requested to meet at the Masonic Hall, in Visalia, on Monti i, August 15th, at 2 o'clock, p. at., for the purpose ol taking necessary steps towards organizing a Lodge. liy request of many Members. iug (i Swamp I.siikl for Sale. rpwO :J2(» Acre Tracts of good firazimr Land, well 1 watered, and with sufficient timber for fanning purposes. Apply to SAM'L. li. DUMMER, augB Real Estate ...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 6 August 1859

Candidates' Notices. For County Judge. To the Votert of Tulare County.— R. C. RbDD, the present incumbent of the Office of County Judge, offers hunsell for your suffrages for re-election to fill the SSine office. His official conduct during the period he has occupied that position he oilers as a criterion from which to judge? of his future, and hopes, if re-elected, to be aide to till the position creditably and to the satisfaction of his constituents. O* WILLIAM HIOOIXS respectfully nunounces that he is a candidate for the office of t ounty Judge, at the ensuing election in September next. For District Attorney. OTP S. C. BbOWX announces himself a candidate for re-election to the office of District Attorney for Tulare county, at the ensuing election. O' L. O. StHWI respectfully announces to the Electors of Tulare county, that he is a candidate for the office of District Attorney. For Public Administrator. Q.7P 11. C. ToWNSBXD respectfully announces that he is a candidate for re-ele...

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