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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 25 June 1859
SAM FRANCISCO ADV F.RTISEMENT.S OCTAVIAN HOOOS. JOHX 11. MADISON. IIOOGS &amp; MADISON, K.AHOUSE BROKERS,^ Tl'siT REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Ami Collectors, Etc. Office, 110 Meerfpoiwery stmt, San Fraiyisco. MONEY TO LOAN; 'Houses and Lots for sain and to let. Persons leaving the State, wishing an Agent, will please call, and their property will be attended to. city kkfkhences: • Messrs. Flint, Peabody ft Co' W. K. Van Allen, A. ft, Forbes, Janson, Bond vfa: W. G. Badger, O. K. 1 itch, P.radshaw &amp; Co., W. F. Herrick. M. S. Whiting. l-3m KIEIISKI &amp; BKO., liKALKHS IV Musical Instruments, Sheet Music, Books, Magazines, Etc., Eldorado street Stockton. fit VSTAKTLY ON HAND, Poetical Works, Historical, Philosophical, Theological, and all of the late"-', works on Agriculture and Gardening; Bibles, T slaments, Psalm and Hymn Hooks, a lan c assortment of School Books always on band. Foreign and domestic Newspapers, Magazines and COS ip publications, receive 1 bj even...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 25 June 1859
»&gt;AN FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENTS. . WHEELIR ft WILSON 8 KIRST PREMIUM Family Sewing Machines, At Roduoed PlMa* rTVHK HIGHEST PREMIUMS were awarded 1 the* Machine* m IS-W, M the following r air* and Institutes: Mi-ouri, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, Illinois, Wisconsin, Mis..issippi, M.ohigtvn, Baltmure, New York, NewJeasej, Richmond. Maryland, VWnis, . »*■"*• Chicago, Mechanics' 1: -I lute, Ssn Fran. »I The- Machines having taken the to* lP» at all v - — Pairs hsldlast fatt(.BM), ll ■ the Union, in every instance where they ha c contended, over all other Bewing Ma hn.es, must be received as conclusive evidence of lUm UNEqUAT BO SUPERIORITY. Among the undoubted advantages of these Machines are — , :. Elegance and simplicity of construction, MM oetnSMTOi nt freedom from derangement and need of repair. 2. Durability. 3. Unexampled case and rapidity of operation. 4. Noiseless movement. 5. Reauty of stitch and firmness of scam. 6. Economy of thread. 7. Applicability to a variety of pur...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 25 June 1859
SAN FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENTS. QROVER &amp; BAKER'S Family Sewing Machines. Prim from f7fi to $160. New Styles - - - Great Improvements. THEY HEM, wdfoA-lOTE AND EM ■BorOKS to a manner anequaled by any other Macftine, whue in rsrddrty and beauty or "crution of fa'-ru —a with eipia]JaciUty and th. (tit!, bt stronger and .nor, elastic than IhU SMSTshy aand. Cotton, .-ilk. or line, thread, is us. d from the witimtkl sjssatb, an eaWsntssj oeing thm isamed aver co i I other Machine. 1 ach scam is finished trj ho of the machine, without recourseto the hand eerie*, aS in oilers. Their undeniable and essential advantages will by apparent to all upon examination or trial. • SEND FOR A CIRCULAR containing cuts, prices, samples of sewing, etc. ,! ,' All machines warrant'd. Fuil and explicit directions areon.payin'/ ear. **** GROVER ft BAWSB S. M. CO., 118 Montgomery street, San rraneisco. R. (J. Hi'.ows, Agent. 1 "'_ California Tubs, and Fails !! California Wn.es, and Ales!!! (COLLINS W...
THE MUSKETO SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 25 June 1859
THE MUSKETO SONG. In * summer* night I take my flight To where the maidens repose; And while they are slumbering sweet and lound, I bite tliem on the nose; The warm blood that tints their cheeks To me is previous dear, r"or 'tit my delight to buzz and bite, In the season of the year. On the chamber uull about I crawl, Till the landlord goes to bed; Then my bugle I bio-..' and down I go, To light upon his head. Oh I love to see the fellow slap, And I laugh to hear him swear; For 'tis my delight to buzz and bite In the season of the year. WinOTVT.n Smith's wagon stopped one morning before widow Jor.es' door, and he gave the usual country signal, that he wanted to see somebody in the house, by dropping the reins, and sitting double, with his elbows on his knees. Out tripped the widow, lively as a cricket, with a tremendous black ribbon on her snow-white cap. Good morning was soon said on both sides, and the widow waited for what was i'urther tc be said. "Well ma'am Tones, pi rhaue you ...
KINDLY WORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 25 June 1859
KINDLY WORDS. HY J. i.. IUFFOKD. CJasTXTtTX, to the thirsty llower, W , a it■ tend' I leaves are drooping, Is the soa, rr freshing shower, To the humblest violet stooping! 'joyful, to the traveler weary , O'er Sahara's burning sands, When b&lt; yond the prospect tlrcury Bteeka the green and fertile lands ! Welcome, to the lost, benighted In the desert wnste of life, Is dM face by kindnesi lighted, Healing up the bosom's strife! Like the Heaasd rain descending, • 1 ike the green spot in the wild, (;, ntle W &gt;r ls. with kimlnciss blending, Ulad the heart of sorrow's child. if there be a better spirit, IJetter thoughts, and better hours, Which we n.ll sometimes inherit In this wicked world of ours— If there be a holier feeling Than the love of g da alfoTds, • •Tis the influence o'er us stealing Which iucites to aUKDLT words.
The Life of Seeds. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 25 June 1859
The Life of Seeds. We h ipose that almost every person ha* rca I the norv of some grains of wheat having been found in an Egyptian mumms, which were nown, vegetated had yielded grain uft r him. This case and some others of a rather dubious character have been adduced in evidence of the great vitality and longevity of . da; bul we have now very reliable and pracj tical evidence throwing aomc discredit on each stories. . . The British Scientific Association have, for the last lifU:en years, been instituting inquiries and maxing experiments, through a committee j of its members—with various kinds of seedy, of various ages. Their lalwrs tend to ahow that, none ot tin seeds which were tested, aitl&gt;«stgh placed in the most favorable circumstances that could he devised, vegetated after the age of 40* years; am! only 20 out of 2*3 aperies did so _.i years, while by far the largest numucr lost their geminating power in ten years. It has long been knov.ii to agrindturisUand florist...
Qualities of Horses. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 25 June 1859
Qualities of Horses. At a meeting f.*b/i T.&lt;gialative.AgneuU tural Society oi Maesatdiuaette, Mr. Howard* speaking of the qualities dumaisdosj fct diff&lt; rent kind* a/Mrviee in Horace, said ; r*OB hum*, the model waa souk thing I lik&lt; .n it of 1 iving 'he hind parts mora elevated than the fore quartern The or.te.r 1' .tg! m ' rr«.' Kclijsaw is said to be I t .v. iiifhes higher at the rump than the fori «, on. It '. a long' back is favorable for I ragjf horse, where a long race is to be run wttl a Hem weight; liwt ,i shorter back il tti l&lt;* pferei ri d when a weight is to be borne a shoal distance. For a trotter oblique shoulders nnl highi.r ones are required. Good tmttera never have upright shoulders, In general the highest nervous energy accompanies the firmest and closest texture. The English raceJ b uses an derived from 'n- Turkish, I'erawoJ Arabian and Spanish stocks, with the bkasj of a British horse in some instances. Then is mo varie...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 25 June 1859
SAN" FRAiNCI.SCO AiA ERIISEMENTS. OCTAVIAN HOOOS. JOHN H. MAMSO.V. HOGGS &amp;' MATHSON, , AHOUSE brokers, a XvBT RBAI ESTATE agents, flj* And «'oIl«'ctoi"», Etc. l///Ve&lt;, IH&gt; Mont "finery strut, San Francisco. MONEY TO LOAN ; iMeaei and I/&gt;W for sale MM to let. Persons lcui ing the State, wishing an I Agent, will pleusc call, and their property will be attended to. CITY BKFEBENCBS : I If Basra Flint, Penbodr * Co* W. K. Van Allen, ,\. it. Pr m -. Jsnson, Bond v Co.: w, G. Badger, 0. K. FKch, Bradshaw &amp; Co., W. F. llerrick, If. S. Whiting. MaS KIEKSKI &amp; BRO., IIKALKHS IN Musical Instruments, Sheet Music, Books. Magazines, Klc, Eldorado street Stockton. CONSTANTLY ON HAND. Poetical Works. Historical, Mulosophicnl, Theological, and all of tha latasl works on Agriculture and Gardening Bibles, Testaments, Psalm and Hymn Books; a largl assortment of School Books alv ays on hand. Foreign and domestic Newspapers, Itagaatnea a...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 25 June 1859
SAN i R.VNCTSCO AU\■&gt;l M » I j . WHEELER St WILSON'S FIRST VIiKMUM Family Sewing Machines, At Roduoed Vrioes. npHE HIGHEST PREMIUMS wan swsided i thl m Mi.ehine-iin 185 C, at the following hairs and Institute's: Missouri, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, Illinois, U,„ousin, frJ^*! Mississippi, M.ehighn, Baltmore, New Yorie, New Jes* f, Richmond. Man land, Virginia, Indiana, Chi'ago, Mechanics' li t lute, San Francisco. Th.-.. Machines having taken the F;r»t P atoj at all the State F lira held last fall (1858), throu, bout the Union, in cvcrvinslai.ee where tl ey tended, over all other Sewing M chii.es, must be received as conclusive eviden. c of TRRHi VXEUUATED SIT'KRIORITY. Among the uudoubt. d advantages uf these Machines ari' — . . , 1. El.sgance and simplicity of consUuetion, ne. consequent freedom fiem del augrinent and neeJ or repair. 2. Durability. 3. Unexampled and rapidity of operate.n. 4. Noiseless movement. 5. Beauty of stitch and firmness of seam. 6. Economy of thread....
Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 25 June 1859
i R lN( 9 0 ADYl'i. • [SEMENTS □ROVER &amp; BAKER'S • ■ family Sewing Machines. Price* from |W to $160. Sew Styles - • - Great Improvement*. THK ur.M, FEIC GATHER AND EM- )&lt; no Ito a ;:. a m.,- ' Mjd bj any OttwM*. chine, while for rmi l • «■ &gt;' ' f " w £22 th.v have no successful fiF-lM of fabric can be sewn with equal facility, and ON stitch is stronger and wore elastic than tht.t made Vf hand. OsttoTsflk, m linen daesd, is eeed from the prtoinoVfpooM.an advantage being Uius ~ „-,hcr Machine. 1 SAB SSStB is finished bj V* tmrtition of the machine, without re.our.seito th. bead needle, sS in others, iheir unden-abte end j essential adv.oita'-s will be apparent to all upon examination or trial. • BEND i or a circular containing cuts, prices, samples of sewing, etc. [TJ" All machinis warranted. . Fall and explicit directions ac ou.paying caea Ma . Chim '' GROVIR ft BASES S. M. 00, 118 Montgomery Btfeet, Man rrancisco. K. O. BstOWM, Agent. - California Tu...
Tulare County. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 2 July 1859
Tulare County. Situated in the very Dean or we orate, rith iv boundlem agricutural resources, with U unparalleled fhcilitM for irrigation, iU ich nrineral depssata, ite road plains covered rith a perennial growth &lt;' the richest grasses, •endering He advantages &gt;r stock raising equal, f not superior to any in the State; with its ndustrious, mtel&amp;gent an enterprising people, rhoee cottages are spring ur up on every green rpot, and whose yellow fields ready for the fickle of the reaper, dot) the whole country; this county presents inch omenta to the settler leairona of securing a remanent home, and mjoying the nnhl and.* ;reeable temperature s f California, urssqualed y any other portion 3 f the State. We have |et many a broad and fertile were to betaken uk and cultivated, and many a desirable wcatfc i for the sturdy husbandman unoccupied. Ibough our county already produces more khan quadruple the amount of grain ooueusaid by to inhabitant*, and thamgh...
SPRING CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 2 July 1859
SPRING CONCERT. BY SHIS. L. K. SIOOCBNEY. Thmk'i a concert, a concert of gladness and glee, The programme ii rich, and the tickets are free 1 In a grand, Taunted hall, where there's room and to spare: With no gas-lights to eat up the oxygen there. The physicians excel in their wonderful art, They base compass of voice, and the gamut by heart; They traveled abroad in the winter recess, And sung to vast crowds with unbounded success, And now 'tis a favor and privilege rare, Their arrival to hail, and their melodies share. These exquisite minstrels a fashion have set, Which they hope you'll comply with and may not regret; They don't keep late hours, for they've always been told Twould injure their voices snd make them look old. They invite you to come, if you have a fine ear, To the garden or grove, their rehearsals to hear; Their chorus is full ere the sunbeam is born, Their music the sweetest st breaking of mom; It was learned at heaven'*_gate, with its rapturous And may teach you, p...
A Printer—and a Character. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 2 July 1859
A Printer—and a Character. The New York Sunday Dispatch gives the following good story: Speaking of 'characters,' we find, upon turning to our 'rough notes,' a short 'screed' concerning one Johnny Carter, a member of the 'art preservative,' "Long since dead, and passed sway" Upon one occasion, Johnny, as well aa two or three of his brother typos,' had the misfortune to work for an employing printer in this city, notorious as a bad pay-master, the consequence of which was, that, after laboring about a month, the whole party fonnd themselves unwilling creditors to their 'boss' in the amount of about twenty dollars each. One of the victims was a stalwart, raw-boned Irishman, named Denny McLaughlin, who did not reftsTa losing the price of his labor, and being of an irrascible temper, he one day waited upon the , 'boss,' and expressed his determination to have either 'his money or satisfaction' immediately. The man of types informed him, in the most imperturable manner, that he could not...
The Funeral of Washington. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 2 July 1859
The Funeral of Washington. THK following from the Ulster County Gasetteof January 4,1800, gives s brief account of the funeral of Washington: G soao stows, December 20. Ob Wednesday last the mortal part of Washington, the Father of his Country and the friend of man, waa consigned to the tomb with aolemn honors and with funeral pomp. A multitude of persons asecmbled from many miles around at Mount Vernon, the choke sbode and last reesdenee of the illustrious chief. There were the grovee the speanoua avenues, the beautiful and sublime scenes the noble mansion, but aiaa! the august inhabitant was mow no more. That great soul gone. His mortal part waa there, indeed! but, oh, how affecting! how smftd the spectacle of such worth and greatness, thus to mortal eyes fallen, yea, fallen! fallen! In the long and lofty portico, where oft the here in all hia glory, now lay the shrouded eorpee. The countenance, still composed and serene, seemed to express the dignity of the spirit which lately dw...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 2 July 1859
BUSINESS CARDS. DBS. GEORGE * EGBERTS, PHYSICIANB AMD SURGEONS, Omcs—Nsst door to the Esyress Drag stare, tuuija. l&lt;4rar* DR. THOMPSON. PHYSICIAN AND BUBGEON. Ot?oe«—FtodowKu* of Bflhn/s Hotel, VUALIA. 8. C. BROWN, Attanty tad OkwamSkt at Law. OaW-Ia the brisk baflduw m Oewt stores*, oppoake the Coon Howe, tisalis. 1-tf '~ MOBJUt * FBBBMAN, WK. OOUTBBJIIUK MOBM*. *"• ***• nMBMAM. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, AMD MOTABIB* PUBLIC. wm. two^B^l^^OEK^;^^. OBm on Cowt «!*•*, tdulia. 1-tar* - PALMS* * MATTEL BttMw, At*. VISALIA, tw fnfAttMD TO MIMCUTM ALL JOBS ±tl&amp;w*** Biiiiii mtkm wttkm,