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Six Weeks of the European War. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 6 August 1859

Six Weeks of the European War. The New York Times of June 25, contains the following interesting summary of six weeks' events in Italy since war has commenced: I'RIXIMINARY EVENTS. April 19th —Departure of the first body of French troops from Toulon; Austrian ultimatum dispatched from Vienna to Turin. April 20—The limit fixed by the ultimatum expires; statement of the war-question addressed to the Corp* Legisiatrlfhy Count Walewski; French troops first cross Mont Cenis. April 27th—Revolution in Tuscany ; the Grand Duke retires. THK FIRST WEEK—THK AISTRIANS BITTER SARDINIA. April 29th—The Austrians, under Count Gyufsi, pass Ticino ; Marshal Canrobert and General Niel reach Turin and assume command of their respective corps forme* ; Gen. McMahon arrives at Genoa ; death of Gen. Ronat. April 80 —The Austrians occupy Novara ; the French Ambassador quits Vienna. May I—King Victor Emanuel leaves Turin to take command of his army | tlie Austrians occupy Mortara ; their steamers seize the S...

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Important from the Colorado---Outbreak of the Mohave Indians. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 6 August 1859

Important from the Colorado---Outbreak of the Mohave Indians. An express arrived last night from Major Armistead, at Beale's crossing of the Colorado, to Captain Hancock, (1. M. U. S. A,, at present residing here, conveying* intelligence that the Mohave Indians in the vicinity of his camp had become troublesome. It appears that Major Armistead had orders from General Clark to demand the hostages who had lately escaped from Port Yuma; that he had had a talk with the Indians on the subject, and was determined to arrest the runaways, or chastise the whole tribe. In the meantime, an agent of the mail company (Stockton and Kansas city) was collecting his animals, and had them near the' military post; the Indians, fearing the execution of the punishment justly their due, run off these animals, sixteen in number, and made their escape. At first it was supposed the mules had strayed away, but on searching for them they could not be found; three of them, however, returned to cam]), and with ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 6 August 1859

Administrator's Sale. BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER of the Hon. Probotl Court of Tulare county, State of California, made ou the 'iiih flay of July, A. D~ \H~>'.), directing the sale of all the I'ersonal Estate of O. O. NOEL, deceased— Notice is hereby given, that we will proceed to sell «t Public Auction, all the Personal Property of said Estate, in said county, on Saturday, the. YAtk day of August next, A.D., 18.59, in front of the Court House door, during the legal hours of sale, for cash in hand. SAME. \V. BECKHAM, ALEX. PCETT, Administrators of the Estate of (I. ti. Noel, deed. Visalia, Tulare county, Cat., July 25, '59. [b-2t_ HOTEL INTERNATIONAL, BAN FEANCISCO, CALIFORNIA. Mthe i:nt.h:rsk.xed INVITES THE attention of the Traveling Public, and Strangers in particular, to the merits of this house. It was established under the present management on the lstdav of January, 1K57, as A FIRST CLASS HOTEL In Every Particular. The lessee and Manager, with a delicacy not wishing to e...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 6 August 1859

IMPORTANT NOTICE. Great Reduction in Prices AT TBI "PIONEER STORE." \%J"E TAKE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING > \ to our old patrons, and the public in general, that great Reduction? are made in our entire stock of Goods, viz : DRY.GOODS, of the follow ing description : Fancy Lawns, tine French Lawns, Linen Lawns, Borages, Robes, silks, Mantillas of all descriptions, (to which We call the special attention of the ladies); a tine assortment of Embroideries. CLOTHI N G , A splendid Assortment. Boots, Shoes, and Gaiters; Hats, Groceries, Pro\i>iom. Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, Oils, l'aints, Brushes, Ssddlery, Tin-ware, Cutlery, etc.; Hardware, Crockery and Glassware —and a great many other articles too numerous to mention. All of which, we olfer as low as the lowest. Iv conclusion, we must only add— If you want to liny, Don't fail to try. 11. MITCHELL * CO., At the Old Stand. Grain taken in exchange for goods. (I , 6000 Sacks for sale, cheap. fi For Sale, Lot and Brick Stor...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 6 August 1859

SatS A I'll A SbbC J. L. Wku.n, Visalia. S. Swkkt, 64 Battery st, San Francisco. WELLS & SWEET, WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL DEALERS IN Grveciieysj, Provisions, lii-y <;oo<ls, f'lwttllsisr. Hardware, S:iddl«'ry Crockery, Paints, Oils, Carpels, Paper Hangings, Farming Implement?, if all kinds—-Boots, Shoes, and Eatf?, Liquors, and Cigarps, Etc., "Etc Tn offering our Extensive Stock to the public, we will sefl at current rates, and solicit an examination of our GOODS, with the assurance that the Largest ASSORTMENT of the above Merchandise will always he kept at this STORK, and as good bargains can be made as elsewhere south of San Francisco. Thanking their old Mends ami customers for their Users] patronage heretofore extended to deem, they respectfully solicit a continuance of the same. WELLS ft SWEET, l-.lin Mill street, Visalia. Billup's Hotel!! Corner of Court i" fl and Mill street*, 17 8 A LI A. THE ABOVE HOUSE is STILL OPEN FOB tlie a ecomo da ti on of t...

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"ANNIE LAURIE." [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 6 August 1859

"ANNIE LAURIE." Mh. Robert Clumbers, of Edinburgh, says the verses of this song, which are in a style wonderfully tender and (haste for their age, wore written by a Mr. Douglas of Findlai id, upon Annie, one of the four daughter* of Sir Robert Laurie, first Baronet of Mazwekon. As Sir Robert was created a Baronet In the year 1685, it is probable that the verses wees composed about the end of the seventeenth century : Maxwelton braes are bonnie. Where early fa's the dew, And its there that Annie Laurie Gie'd me bet promise true ; Cie'd me her promise true, which ne'er forgot will be; Ami for bonnie Annie Laurie I'd lay me down and dee. Her brow is like the anew drift, Her throat is like the swan ; Her face it is the fairest That e'er the sun shone on — That e'er the sun shone on. And dark-blue is her e'e; And for bonnie Annie Laurie I'd lay me down anil dee. Like dew on the gowan tying, Is the fa' 0* her fairy feet, Like the winds in summer sighim.'. Her voice is low and sweet — Her ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 6 August 1859

SAN FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENTS. OCTAVIAN lIOOGS. JOHN 11. MAMSON. iioo(;s \ MADISON, BROKERS,,^ ■ REAL ESTATE AGENTS, *s*f*W Ami Collectors, i;tc. Oilier, HO Montgomery si reel, San Francisco. MONEY TO LOAN; Route* and Lota for tale and (0 let, PerMM leaving the State, wishing an Agent, «ill please call, and their property will be attended to. CITY BBFBBBBCBS! Messrs. Flint, Peebody & Co; W. K. Van Allen, A. It. Forbes, Jensen, Bond & Co.; W. O. Badger, O, K. Fitch, Bradshaw ,v Co., W. F. Derrick, M.S. Whiting. 14m KIKKSKI & RIM)., healths in Musical Instruments, Sheet Music, Books, MMLrazinos, Etc, Eldorado street Stockton. r CONSTANTLY ON HAND, Poetical Works, \ Historical, Philosophical, Theological, and all of the latest works on Agriculture and Gardening; Bibles,Testaments, Psshn and Hymn Hooks; a large assortment of School Hooks always on hand. Foreign and domestic Newspapers, Magazines and 1 heap publications, received by every mail. Letter, ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 6 August 1859

SAN FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENTS. WHEELER ft WILSON'S FIB.ST i'RKMIIM Family Sewing Machines, At Reduced Prices. rTvHE HIGHEST PREMIUMS were awarded 1 these Machines in 1856, at the following Fairs and Institutes - a Missouri, Peiinsylvunia, Kentucky, Illinois, Wisconsin, St. Louis, Mississippi, Michigan, Baltimore, New Yors, New .leasey, 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 DniOß, in every instance where they have contended, over all other Sewing Machines, must be received as conclusive evidence of HfcTilEIE DNEQUALED SUPERIORITY. Among the undoubted advantages of these Machines are— Elegance and simplicity of construction, and Consequent freedom from derangement and need of repair. 2. Durability. 8. Unexampled ease and rapidity of operation. 4. Noiseless movement. 6. Beauty of stitch and linnness of seam. (!. Economy of thread. 7. ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 6 August 1859

SAN FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENTS, (i UOVF. II & 1! AKF.It ' S Family Sewing Ma chines. Prices from $76 /'J $180. New Styles - • - Great Improvements. THEY HEM, PELL, GATHER AND EMbboiobb in ■ manner unequalod by any other Machine, while fur rapidity ami beauty of execution they have no sucoessful competitors. Every variety of fabric can he sewn with equal facility, ami the ■titch is sf l onger and more elastic than that made by hand. Cotton, silk, or linen thread, is used from the original spook, an advantage being thus seemed over every other Machine. Each seam is finished by the operation of the machine, without recourse to the hand needle, as in others. Their undeniable and essential advantafes will he apparent to all upon examination or trial. SEND FOR A CTRCULAR containing cuts, prices, samples of sewing, etc. [| | All machines warranted. Full and explicit directions accompaying each Machine. GROVER & BAKER 8. M. CO., US Montgomery street, S.m Francisco. R. ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 6 August 1859

Post Office Arrangements. Orsrlcmd Mail, from San Francisco to St. Louis-—ar-rives Sundays and Wednesdays. Departs on arrival. From St. LouistoSafi Francisco, ria Visalis —arrius Mondays and Thursdays. Departs on arrival. From San Francisco ria Stockton—arrivcß Tuesday and Friday nights. Departs Monday and Thursday mornings. From Visalia to Los Angeles, via Kinncysburg, Petersburg and Eeyesville, arrives on the Bth and 23d of each month. Depart* on the Ist and I.sth. Or PI OS Hunts—B a. M. to 12 m., and from 2to oi\ M. Sundays, from 8 to 11 A.M. H. A. BOSTWICK, Postmaster. List of Post Offices in Tularo County. OFFICII. — FOSTM ASTKH. Visalia IL A. Bostwick. King's River James Smith. Kiniicysburgh (White River) A. Reid. Keyesvillc J. Caldwell. Pctenburg A. D. Eight Tide River (Goodhue's Crossing).. .11. G. McLean. PoSTAOS BT thk Ovi.nr.ANii Mail.—Three cent* pre-pays a letter weighing half an ounce, from San Francisco to St. Louis, Mo., Arkansas and Texas. All distances in the Atlan...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 13 August 1859

Enlare County Record AND FRESNO EXAMINER. VOLUME I. VISALIA, CALIFORNIA: SATURDAY MORNTNGr, AI'GUST 13, 1859. NUMBER 6.

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I SHOULDN'T LIKE TO TELL. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 13 August 1859

I SHOULDN'T LIKE TO TELL. Twas in the early spring-time When birds began to mate, That first I met young Edward Down by the garden gate ; Upon the evening stillness His voice so sweetly fell — The winning words he whispered I shouldn't like to tell. In many a summer twilight We stood together there, And oh, the bright world never To me seemed half so fair; As when, above the chiming, Of distant village bell, I heard that loving story I should'nt like to tell. Out there one summer evening, Wean stars were shining bright, And the moon cast all around us Her chaste and silver light, Beneath a broad-leaved linden, I yet remember well, I gave a solemn promise I shouldn't like to tell.

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Rules for Deportment in Society. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 13 August 1859

Rules for Deportment in Society. "The Professor of the Breakfast Table," in the Atlantic Monthly lays down the following rules upon personal deportment: Nothing so] Vulgar as to he in a hurry. True, but hard of application. People with short legs step quickly, because legs are pendulums, and swing more times in a minute tho shorter they are. Generally a natural rythm runs through the whole organization ; quick pulse, fast breathing, hasty speech, rapid trains of thought, excitable temper. Stillness of person and steadiness of features arc signal marks of good-breeding. Vulgar persons can't sit still, or nt least they must work their limbs or features. Talking nf onc\i OWN ails and grierances. Bad enough, but not no bad as insulting the person you talk with by remarking on his ill looks, or appearing to notice any of his personal peculiarities. Apoligizing. —A very desperate habit, one ! that is rarely cured. Apology is only egotism, !is only wrong side out. X'ine times out of ten th...

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State and County Fairs. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 13 August 1859

State and County Fairs. Tin: first annual fair of the Agricultural, Horticultural and Mechanic's Society of the Northern District of California, will commence at Marysville, on the IJOth of August, and continue five days. Wm. 11. Rhodes, Ivsq., (t axton) delivers the address. The California Horticultural Society, will hold its third annual fair, at Musical Hall, San Francisco, beginning Sep. Gth, and continuing four days. The Convention of Fruit Growers meets at the same time and place. The California State Agricultural Society's lair will commence, in Sacramento, September l.'lth, and will be open ten days. The premium list offers $12,o()t) in cash and $9,100 in medals, plate, etc., to successful exhibitors. The Sonoma Agricultural and Mechanical Society, will hold its first fair at Healdsburgh, on the 14th, L3th, 16th and 17th of September. The fair of the Alameda County Agricultural Society will open October 4th, at San Leandro, and last ten days. The Santa Clara Valley Agricultu...

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The Poison Weed. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 13 August 1859

The Poison Weed. We gave an account, two weeks since, of the experience of Mr. Isaac Bird, one of our San Jose farmers, in the matter of the Poison Weed. Having lost a large number of cows at various times, by the effects of this unknown bane, the result of Mr. Bird's observations was the belief that the fatal vegetable is nothing more than the common "careless weed," wilted by exposure for several hours to the sun. His hogs, it will be recollected, were not injured by, but thrived upon the weed. We have now to report the loss, by a near neighbor of Mr. Bird's, of a large number of hogs, (40, if we recollect rightly,) from the same apparent cause, wilted careless weed, and pig weed. It appears strange to us, and in fact incredible, that the slight change in the weeds produced in the process of wilting, should convert on innocuous and nutritious vegetable into "a virulent poison," for such was the nature of the article from the effects of which the animals died, as the condition of t...

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Origin of Prairies. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 13 August 1859

Origin of Prairies. PBOPEMM Ham., in Ms report of the Geological survey of lowa, just issuer!, rllscusses at ! a considerable length the origin of the vast pararies found in the West. A popular theory is, that they were covered with timber, but tfiat it was distroycd, and its subsequent growth in-evented by the tires periodically : started in the grass by Indians. Mr. Hall suggests that this is hardly satisfactory, lor three reasons : Ist, That prairies have been in existence us far back as we have any knowledge of the country, and from the earliest record, they existed precisely as they are found. 2d, That they are limited to a region peculiar- . ly marked by certain topographical and geological features, and if the timber had been swept away from them by fires, there would bo i no reason why pararies should not be so exteu- ; sivelv found in the East and Middle States. 3d, If they were ever covered by forest trees, remains of the timber would be found beneath ' the soil. I The the...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 13 August 1859

BUSINESS CARDS. DRS. GEORGE & ROBERTS, PHYSICIANS and SURGEONS, Opfick—Next door to the Express Drug store, VISALIA, 1-3m* DRS. THOMPSON & BAKER, PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. Office—First door East of Billup's Hotel, VISALIA. 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. OlttOl —On Mill street, with Dr. Thompson. (Next door to Jordan & Johnson's store) — Visalia. SAM. W. BECKHAM, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OrriCK —On Mill street, first door east of Billup's Hotel —Vis a i.i a. Parricular attention given to collections, and charges moderate. I-.'lm L. O. STERNS, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, AM) NOTARY PUBLIC. OFFICE - Court street, near the Court House, VISALIA. S. C. BROWN, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Office—ln tlie brick building on Court street, opposite the Court House, VnUUs. 1-tf...

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