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Unknown Heroes. [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 24 November 1860

Unknown Heroes. On, 'mid the glare and the dazzle of this world 'a fleeting show, How many stout hearts sink beneath a weight o battled woeHeroes, whose names are scarcely breathed beyoni home's humble hearth — Who live unknown —unreck'd of die —the brave souls of the earth ! And Genius, Glory, love to shed around the warrior's name, And in verse or story consecrate their own bright sons to fame; Thus morn's glad halo hovers o'er proud peaks that pierce the sky, While shrouded in oblivion's gloom the lowly Tallies lie. Yet in the hidden vales of life are battles fought and won — Genius, though not seeking the blaze of fame's too partial sun. There oft are Fortune's stern scowls met, griefs uncomplaining borne, With only God and Hope to cheer lone hearts with sorrow worn. There have I seen strong men grow pale beneath the gripe of want, And Disease's famished phantom forms the lowlydwelling haunt; And Death the parent's fond hopes crush, relentless, one by one. While from the gloom t...

Publication Title: Visalia Weekly Delta
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 24 November 1860

Blacksmithing. wmTSm joseph n. Thomas, "ITTOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM HIS V T old customers, and the citizens of Tulare county, generally, that he is still prepared to cxc cute all JOBS iii his line of business, in the most approved style, on short notice, and reasonable terms, at his BRICK SHOP, opposite Billup's Hotel, Visalia. Wagon*, Plows, etc. made and repaired. Horse-shoeing done to order. June 25th, 1859. 27-tf J. N. THOMAS. To the Public. THE undersigned takes pleasure in announcing to the citizens of Tulare County and the travelling public, that his Itlu< ksmith Shop, In Visalia, is still in operation, and that he is pre» pared at all times to execute work in his line with neatness and dispatch; and desires to return his thanks to his friends, and the community generally, for the very liberal patronage extended to him for the past two years, and hopes still to merit and receive the same encouragement. In consequence of the great scarcity of money, and the great am...

Publication Title: Visalia Weekly Delta
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 24 November 1860

HICE & CO.'S LINE OF TRI-WEEZLY STAGES ! FROM VISALIATO HORNITOS. The proprietors of this line, having completed their arrangements, will run regularly, every other day from Visalia to Hornitos passing through Scottsburg and Millerton, and connecting, at Hornitos with Fisher * Co.'s stages for Stockton, Sacramento and the Boats for San Francisco, and all the different stage lines running to and from Mariposa, Jamestwon, Sonora and Columbia. Leaves Hornitos on alternate days for Visalia, connecting with the Southern Overland stages for Los Angeles, San Diego, San Bernardino, Fort Yuma, Kern River, and through to the Atlantic States. HICE & CO., Proprietors. A. O. Thorns, Road Agent. June 23. 1859. [20 VISALIA LIVERY & SALE STABLE Corner of Court & Mill streets. THE Visalia Livery Stable is fire-proof, built of Brick, and situated in one of the most eligible localities in the town —possessing every advantage for coolness and circulation ...

Publication Title: Visalia Weekly Delta
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 24 November 1860

PIONEER SADDLERY! m m BOSSLER ft TOWNSEND, Court st., Visalia, Keep constantly on hand a general assortment of Saddles, Harness, Bridses, Halters, Martingales, Saddlebags, Leggins, Hiiro and Carriage Trimmings, Buckskins and Leather of all descriptions, California Bits and Spurs, Brushes, Curry Combs, Whip Stalks and Lashes, Buggy Whips, 3addle Trees and Pack Saddles. 1 r Repairing done with promptness, j 1, Having made arrangements with the largest Saddlery establishments in the State for our supplies, we are at all times prepared to fill all orders in our line at the shortest notice, and for a very amall per cent above San Francisco cost and freight. [pp'Three per cent per month will be charged on all bills after the expiration of thirty days. BOSSLER & TOWNSEND. Visalia, May 19, 1860. [9 Fordham & Jennings, JOBBING AND RETAIL GROCERS. AND D EALERS IN PROVISION'S, FLOIR, WINES, TEAS, LKHOKS, TOBACCO. WOODEN WAR E, Ac, Ac, Ac, Ac. (nrDealers and consumers in...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 24 November 1860

LIVERY & SALE STABLE ! CHARLES A. W EBSTER—-Proprietor. «tf» Having taken entire charge of the 7jh7f\ well known Livery Stable, near the fl /A 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 either Ladies or Gentlemen. Persons patronizing this Stable arc assured of having the best care taken of their horses, as the stable is under the personal supervision of myself. Buggies and Currlugcs. Double or Single, with well broke andger.tb horses, always in readiness for hire. Visalia, February 4, 1860. [11 MRS. WINSLOW, An experienced Nurse and Female Physician, presents to the attention of mothers, her SOOTHING SYRUP, FOR CHILDREN TEETHING, AXTHICH grently facilitates the process W of teething, by softening the gums, reducing all inflammation-will ALLAY PAIN and spasmodic action, and is Sure to Regulnte the Bowels. Depend upon it, mothers, i...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 24 November 1860

Dr. L. J. CZAPKAY'S PRIVATE, MEDICAL & SUR6IGAL 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. Attending and Resident Physician, In J. CZAPKAY, M. ■>~ Late in the Hungarian Revolutionary War, Chief Physician to the 20th Regiment of Honveds, Chief Surgeon to the Military tf< xpital of Pesth, Hungary, late Lecturer on Diseases of Oenito Urinary Organs and Diseases of Women and Children, and Honorary Member of the Philadelphia College of Medicine. [TTParticular attention paid to the treatment of diseases peculiar to Women and Children^fJ Office hours from 9A. M., to 9P. M. Communications Strictly Confidential. (XyPermanent Cure Guaranteed, or no Pay.—• Consultations by Letter or otherwise Free.«£TJ Address Dr. L. J. CZAPKAY, San Francisco/ To the Afflicted. DR. L. J. C...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 1 December 1860

The Visalia Weekly Delta VOL. U. VISALIA. t«tARE COCKfY, « \I.IFOI;MA. 03ECEIBEE 1. I'SBO. ]VO. 24.

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Pony Express News. [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 1 December 1860

Pony Express News. We crip the following o»'.-iti:i{r news from i-he Em% !rom the A/m of the 2ad. At I •he same time it ni cds rotlrlrmatiori to make - ub bt-'ieve a fourth of it. St. Loch. Nov. if)-~2 PM. I rrofh later telegraph HMW iip f. i tbii moment, we filW trie following: [ Oorernor Krown r'J:iic J ft Spfcci'd! rfff's- 1 ' ■ sage to the Legislature of QdOrftl on the | t Stb, in which he does not rocomiiiend tne I iippoiiii.meiit of delegates to a. Southerii j '1 Coriventiori. He thirika a low States will! ', nv-'Ct itti ndvjso the of let .liator - I laws age.!' et hnd other Stales j I guilty cd the passage of uiu.-oi:btitutiui.al ji d • I unfriendly legislation. He recommends the seizure of the prque;t_\ of rtfoTiiy of any citizens of tho-fc S S -a!'.s to c impeiistle the loss of property by irfj citizc:i 0: Ocoigia. tig also reconiinerit'.s that heavy taxe.< j c placed ..i' ail goods manufactured in tbftSt Stiitcs', which taxes ire to l.c reroilteil whep ttre" obn...

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

l. o. h vettm ». Attorney anl Cjuasollor at Law AND NOTARY i'UULIC, V I S A L J A. Office, ou Court street, near the Curt Bouse, R'»S*T. V. Attorney and Counsellor (tt Law.; VIS A], I A. Will practice in all the Court* of Tulare an. .'•'resnr> counties. O* Office on mill sir St 8 Wx. Oorvi::'.Ni i.-.n Mount. | 3. O. Ditowji. MsMMM* H BHVWN, Attorneys and Connsolbrs at Liw, Will practice, in civil cases, in nil of the Court the Thirteenth Judicial District, Mr. Morris will att trd to Criminal business ns heretofore. Office on Court v.r. 11 opr. >sit ■ the Co irt House. Viaili i, July 7th, 1500. [4tf ti A. SiUlS'f* MtlS, Attorney ar.a Counsellor at Law, (IATB OF SAX FILL.*' 13C0,) t'.v, REMOVED lo VISA L I A, and will practice ii> rh* " -arts of Tulare and nebrhhonu!.'Count: 's. [Jan. 31-4 W. HI. STAFFORD, ,\TT< )R YE V AT 1. \W, j V I S A Li A. Will practice his profes :••:. in the c lunties of TvUro and Fresno, ' Otnej, iv the building for...

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

BesTwicK * fnLnorr, 1 FORVVrHDING, STORAGE, AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. .STOCKTON. \ X'flLL receive and forward Merchandise to a] ' T T parts of the Southern Mines, at thelowes Kites. Ciods stored in Fire-proof Building, wl.il. on Transit, free of charge. Flour, OroUOu Feed •oid Barley, constantly on hand and for said. Office—Three doors below Centre Street, on the » Levee, STOCIiTuN. > X fc ft X It £ s C E S; VV. O. Slaepar v. Co., Bankers Columbia, > 3. P. McKwma Union llul. , Mtlni-r * vandersaale Shaw's Flat, Stone * Paltr.rctt Sonora ' c.Mi V Bkavmai itoora: P. 3. Ueybilid Poverty Hill. I I t. W, Bro»H Montezuma. , W, Break .Chinese Camp. • Peering* Br.) V...Jacksonville. Wells; Fargo S Co Stockton. Nash * Etc .mis Stocktor. Stockton ; March 24, 1800. 40 WATCHES, mil, JEWELRY, +*q For sale at reduced pric v at Sweet's Building, next door to the Masonic Lodge (l• -aa Ladtc's .Shaw] Pins, from f2 to Ladies Outueo Sets, from .<s•.» to >; I...

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

XOTIXE. STATE OF CALIFORNIA, } County ok Inin. <t In the. Dtkrtk Vovrt of the VhirteMh Juth ciul JMstriet: Archibald Ddha'dson, vs. L M. Riche, et al. Action to enforce 6 Mechanic's Lien. V' OTICE is hereby given to all persbhs hoMirrt iX or olwniihg !: i --'li tli'' following describe* pro;>'-rty, to. A jt.- A cert.on Bad) Mill known ai the feopWi Mill, situated in lingers' Flat, on tut north side of the dividing :.d r -u separating the waters of Kind's River from tfiuie of the Ka«euh, about t '.o 01 (.0r..-? miles from Thomas' old Saw Mill, in the county of Fresno, to- be, olid ap(MMt before D. J. Juhuai n a Referee appointed for Uv.t purp.--:- . tl:'- <' .--r,' C'.'.rU's «••:•-• •in the town Df Millcrton, fan Fresno County, on Wednesday, the su. day gf JJcvitioer, leuO.ut 10 o'clock. A.M. And thai andtliext cxVibit the pruoi' ol their said lii All liens not so exhibited and proved will be waived v favor of those so exhibited. D. J. JOHNSON, Clerk ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 1 December 1860

The Delta.—The public are anxiously j enquiring as to the future prospects of the Delta. The Public Administrator, Mr. H. Q informs us that thia will be the : last issue of the Delta, unless some other arrangements are perfected, and he assures us that such can be done in a satisfactory manner, so aa not to stop it at all. He expresses a willingness to allow the friends of the late proprietor, the first opportunity of purchasing. Thia, we confidently hope, will he accomplished to-day, when the Delta will live. L. O. Sterns. ETMr. W. N. Steuben, desired us, in hi - behalf, to thank his generous friends and neighbors, who in his lste bereavement have evinced every token of respect on so touching an occasion. He has witnessed those tributes—in the closing of business houses, and other manifestations—and will ever cherish in a grateful heart. It Rains.—How much of joy thrills the heart as the pattering rain descends to fructify the earth. It rains—and looking from our window into the cr...

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Mining and Agricultural Prospects of the Pacific. [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 1 December 1860

Mining and Agricultural Prospects of the Pacific. Ever since the eventful days of "forty* nine" the cry has been, here and there heard, to the effect, that the great El Dorado of the West had yielded up nearly all of her minerals. The past year's developments however prove, that the prospecting was hardly commenced. Washoe, Esmeralda, Mono, Coso, and the little Owen's Lake country are attracting the attention, energies, and capital of thousands of our citizens—where, as many miners can be employed as ever were in California at the same time. The effect of the recent discoveries in tho-e regions will be most sslutary upon this portion of California. It will furnish a demand for the cattle, hogs, sheep and products of this section much nearer and consequently with more profit to the producer. We now have an abiding confidence in the richness of there mines, and of their ability to give permanent employment to an immense number of men—and therefore have cause to believe, that the brigh...

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The Union—Can it be Dissolved ? [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 1 December 1860

The Union—Can it be Dissolved ? In our columns to-day will be found a vast smount of telegraphic news from the East, that should command the attention of every person in every circle of life. We have pondered it well—and while we can perceive nothing profoundly alarming for the present, there are certainly signs of discontent exhibited which, if allowed to grow, will eventuate in the dismemberment and final destruction of this exalted, form of government. It is true that the Union was created by the voluntary consent of each of the original States, and the subsequent consent of all of them—upon the admission of each new member—but it does not therefore follow that, any single one of them can now withdraw that consent and thereby avoid the duties, obligations and demands of that great compact —simply to subserve the unholy and overweening ambition of a few political traitors. In Union there was a mv" tuality of interests established alike benefi cial to every member of it, which cann...

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What the Press think of John Shannon. [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 1 December 1860

What the Press think of John Shannon. We regret, exceedingly, to announce the I death of Mr. John Shannon, at one time publisher of the Placer Democrat; later, publisher and editor of the Calaveras Clientele, and more recently editor and proprietor of the Visalia Delta. Mr. S. was deputy Sheriff of this county la 1853, and during his residence here, by his sterling integrity and gentlemanly de- ■ portment, made many friends who will receive the announcement of his untimely end with regret. Ho was, we think, from Vicksburg, Miss., wnere he learned the printing business, and came to California in 1840. He was about fort* years of age.— Requiescat in pace. — Dutch Flat Enquirer. Death of John- Shannon.—The Visalia Delta, comes to us this week in mourning for the death of it- editor and proprietor, John Shannon. Mr. S. was for a long time a resident of this county where be has many friends and acquaintances, who will learn with surprise and regret of his untimely fate. — Placer Herald. ...

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Nevada Territory. [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 1 December 1860

Nevada Territory. It is alleged by their representative journal, : that a great majority Of the Washoe people lesire territorial segregation from Eastern Utah. It is a wonder that they have been so long coming to that conclusion. Seperatcd by six hundred miles of desert, nnd in \ Continual conflict of interests with the outlaw fanatics of Salt Lake, the people of Western Utah can hay • no sympathy with the East. Washoe has now n population of ten or twelve thousand, which will be doubled—perhaps quadrupled —within a year. — No observer, can even momentarily, doubt the immense mineral wealth of the territory which must attract thousands on thousands of the adventurous and millions of capital. To send members of Legislature, and to draft criminals six hundred miles across dreary wastes to the capital, to have applicants for justice thwarted, perhaps "Banited," by the rascal prophets, is a little too much to require of the sort of people who inhabit Net ada Ten itorv. What have they to...

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Manufacture of Great Men. [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 1 December 1860

Manufacture of Great Men. The Evening Mirror, recommend* the following original process for making "great men" which has proven very effectual in many instances: Some one requires us to write an article on the' Manufacture of Great Men." We'll do it—a short one, and to the point. Mr. Skeezicks is an "Undeveloped Genius;" he feels statesmanship thumping against his rilis, and knows that he is a great man, only, like the weekly chick, he hasn't strength to break the shell, and spread himself outside. He has a friend —Mr. Jenkins, the editor to whom he goes in his undeveloped. Jenkins is a good soul; his words don't cost much, md, commisserating the Undeveloped Genius, he writes a paragraph: "Vi c had the pleasure of hearing a lecture delivered, last .•veiling, by our talented friend, Skeezicks, which, in unparalleled eloquence was absoutely unapproachable," etc,—throwing in a few babbling brooks, rainbows and golden lunsets. Skeezicks rises next morning, imnortal; he runs for Justices...

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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 1 December 1860

OBITUARY. Died at Visalia Nor. 28th 1860, of typhoid fever, Mrs. Catharine A. Steuben, aged 49 years : The decease of this good .old lady has caused universal regret. She, with her surviving partner, daughter and son, have resided in this place over two years—and by the exhibition of the varied kind offices, peculiar to the wife, mother, and christian, she had endeared herself to a large circle of friends, who tearfully offer a heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved relatives, thus called upon to mourn her losa. Mrs. Steuben was one of those women who lived to adorn her sex. For 20 eonsec utive years she was a true and devoted member of the Methodist Fpiscopal Church. Her household for that period was trained in the exercise of all the domestic virtues indispensable to make worthy members of society. No mnn whose heart is less than adamantine can fail to evince a deep sym pa thy for the loss to society and friends of a true woman, whose head was silvered in the performance of those duti...

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