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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 27 August 1859

G" ROVER & BAKER'S FAMILY SEWING MACHINES. Prices from $75 to $100. New Styles, Great Improvements. THEY HEM, FELL, GATHER AND EMBKOJnr.n in a manner uncqualed by any other machine, while for rapidity and beauty of execution they have no successful competitors. Every variety of fabric can be sewn with equal facility, and the stitch is stronger and more clastic than that made by hand. Cotton, silk, or linen thread, is used from the original spools, an advantage being thus secured 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 advantages will be apparent to all upon examination or trial. SEND FOR A CIRCULAR containing cuts, prices, samples of sewing, etc. 0*A)1 machines warranted. Full and explicit directions accompanying each machine. GROVEE ft BAKER, S. M. CO., 118 Montgomery street, San Francisco. R. G. BXOWK, Agent. [ a "g27—10-3 m w. s. c. GXiTJB HOUSE G...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 27 August 1859

Candidates' Notices. For ' County Judge. To the Voters of Tulare County. —R. C. RF.pn, the present incumbent of the Office of County .Judge, offers himself for your suffrages for re-election to till the same office. . , , His official conduct during the period he has occu pied that position he offers as a criterion from which to judge of his future, and hopes, if re-elected, to be able to fill the position creditably and to the satisfaction of his constituents. XT' William Hiooins respectfully announces ;hat he is a candidate for the office of County Judge, it the ensuing election in September next. U= W. M. BORING respectfully announces that ie is a candidate for the office of County Judge, at the ensuing general election. * For District Attorney. XT S. C. Bliowx announces himself a candidate 'or re-election to the office of District Attorney for Tulare county, at the ensuing election. XT L. O. Sterns respectfully announces to the Klcctors of Tulare county, that tic is a candidate ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 27 August 1859

FRESNO COUNTY. For County Surveyor. IT* Milton B. Holt is announced as a candidate for County Surveyor of Fresno county, at the ensuing clcetioti in September next, * By his Many Fhikn'os. For County Clerk. XT John A. Doroi.As respectfully announces himself a Candidate for County Okfh of Fresno county, at the ensuing Election in September next. Dry Creek, Fresno county, July, 1859. For County Judge. XT Tlie friends of James Sayi.es, Jr.. have the pleasure of announcing him a Candidate for the above Office, at the ensuing election. Having full confidence in his ability and integrity. Millertox, August, 1859. * For County Treasurer/ XT Oeoroe Rivebcomh respectfully announces himself for rc-clection to the office of County Treasurer of Fresno County, at the ensuing election. AfILLERTON, August 2, 1859. • Fires. —Since our last issue we ore pained to learn of the entire destruction of the towns of Valiecito and Murphys, in Calaveras coun. ty. In Vaiiocito, but one house was saved, the f...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 27 August 1859

ELECTION PROCLAMATION. STATE OF CALIFORNIA, I Executive Department $ iy OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That a gencri i al Election is to be held on Wednesday, the 7th day of September next, throughout the State, at which the following Officers arc to be elected: GOVERNOR, Lieutenant Goveunoii, Two Members of Congress, Justice of the Supreme Court, State Treasurer, Controller, Attorney General, Surveyor General, Superintendent of Public Instruction, State Printer, Clerk of the Supreme Court, And District Judges in the 16th and 17th Districts. Also, Senators arc to be elected as follows: Ist District—composed of the counties of San Diego, San Bernardino and Los Angeles, one Senator. 2d District—composed of the counties of Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo, one Senator. 3rd District—composed of the counties of Monterey and Santa Cruz, one Senator. sth District—composed of the counties of San Francisco and San Mateo, two senators. 7th District—composed of the counties of Tuolumne and Stanislaus...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 27 August 1859

BRtS A Hi A *3bE: J. L Wells, Visalia. S. Sweet, 64 Battery st., San Francisco. WELLS & SWEET, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Groceries, Provisions, Dry Goods, Clothing;, Hardware, Saddlery Crockery, Faints, Oils, Carpets, Paper Bjuigings, Fanning Implements, cf all kinds —Boots, Shoes, and Hats, Liquors, and Cigars, Etc., Etc. In offering our Extensive Stock to the public, we will sell at current rates, aad solicit aat examination of our GOODS, with the assurance that the Largest ASSORTMENT of the aboveMerchandise 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 them, they respectfully solicit a continuance of the same. WELLS SWEET i_3 m Mil) street, Visalia. Warner's 33 Hotel!! MAIN t'JWM BTBEET, VISALIA. Hornitos House. THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RESPECTfuIIv announce to the public, that having Refitted, and built a large Addi...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 27 August 1859

Billup's S3 Hotel!! Corner of Court \\\mmm and MSI streets, VI SAL I A. THE ABOVE HOUSE IS STILL OPEN FOR the accomodation of the Public, and no pains will be spared to make it a First-class Hotel. The proprietor has recently made large additions to the Furniture of the House, and all the conveniences found in any of the best city houses can be had here on the most reasonable terms. THE TABLE is always spread with epicurean teste, and all the | choisest viands afforded by the market and the seaI son, neatly prepared, will be served by gentlemanly waiters. THE ROOMS arc neatly carpeted and furnished with dean Beds and all other furniture necessary to comfort or convenience. The Overland Stage from Memphis to San Fran cisco, and also the Stage from Hornitas, stop opposite the House. l-tf R. M. BILLUPS, PnopniCTon. UNITED STATES Express and Mail Line OF STAGES FROM VIS ALIAto HORNITOS VIA KING'S RIVER AND MILLERTON. Twice per Week—Through in One D»y. THE UNDERSIGNED having purchased th...

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Platform of the National Democracy of California. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 27 August 1859

Platform of the National Democracy of California. The following Platform was adopted by the Democritic State Convention, held in Sacramento, June 24ih 1859: Ist. Rssolvcd, The Democracy of California in Convention assembled, again reiterate their hnn determination to stand by, and maintain in all their integrity, the wise, just and liberal principles announced in the Cincinnati Platform by the Democratic party of the Union. 2d, Resolved, That the organized Territories of the United States, although not endorsed with all the attributes of sovereignty arc vet justly entitled to the right of self-government, and" the undisturbed regulation of their Domestic or local affairs, subject to the Constitution of the United States, and that any attempt by Congress, or any of the States, to estabUsh or maintain, prohibit or abolish the relation of master and slave in a Territory, would be a departure from the original doctrine of our American institutions, and that we adhere immovably to the pr...

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VISALIA [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 27 August 1859

VISALIA Dashaway Association, ORGANIZED, JULY 21, 1859. JAMES D. TRAVIS, President. Wm. M. Boring and John R. Palmer, Vice Presidents. Sam'l W. Beckham, Secretary. A. J. Atwill, Assistant Secretan - . D. R Douglass, Treasurer. STANDING COMMITTEE: F. M. King, J. R. Palmer, and J. J. llatton. RELIEF COMMITTEE: E. B. Lockly, S. G. George, and D. R. Douglass. INTESTIGATING COMMITTEE: A. J. Atwill, J. J. Mankin, and P. Jordan. Rpßegular meetings, even- Tuesday evenings, in the brick Church. pledge: In presence of God, and all persons here E resent as witnesses, we, the undersigned, do ereby solemnly pledge ourselves, and agree to each other, to abstain from any and all INTOXICATING Drinks, (medical purposes excepted, in which case the necessity must be certified to by a physician.) And it is a further condition of these presents, that if either of us whose signature is affixed to this document, it Mown, and it can be proven, that he has violated the ayrcemcnt herein contained, he shall, ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 27 August 1859

BoYF.r's Pump.—There is one of these pumps set opposite the Corinthian Building, on the Peninsula. It is mode upon an entirely new principle, and can be made to lift and force a column of water from any depth, even two hundred feet. The supply of water by them is steady, as they are double-acting, and are supplied with an air chamber. The water can be forced to a great hight by the pump. — The valves, &c., are all of metal, and there is no probability of the machinery getting out of order. They are so constructed, also, that freezing up is impossible.— San Joaquin Republican. This letter was found in an old cabin formerly occupied by a party of Hibernians: u l)ear Jemmy: Coom over till Amerikie and help to elect Jimmy K. Polk to the presidency, the darling son of old Hickory not of old Hickory neither but of his grandfather you can get work all summer on the railway and all winter in the workhouse and have no rint to pay pork and beans twist a day and I would say three t...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 27 August 1859

SAN FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENTS. OCTAVIAN" HOOOS. JOHN H. MADISON. HOOGS & MADISON, BROKERS,^ VWI REAL ESTATE AGENTS, OSrjR And Collectors, Etc. Office, 110 Montgomery street, San Francisco. MONEY TO LOAN; Houses and Lots for sale and to let. Persons leaving the State, wishing an Agent, will please call, and their property will be attended to. CITY REFERENCES : Messrs. Flint, Peabodv ft Co ; W. K. Van Allen, A. R. Forbes, Janson, Bond He Co.; W. G. Badger, G. K. Fitch, Bradshaw & Co., W. F. Herrick, M. S. Whiting. l-3m KIERSKI ft BRO., DEALERS Of Musical Instruments, Sheet Music, Books*, Magazines, Etc., Eldorado street Stockton. CONSTANTLY ON HAND, Poetical Works, Historical, Philosophical, Theological, and all of the latest works on Agriculture ana Gardening; Bibles, Testaments, Psalm and Hymn Books; a large assortment of School Books always on hand. Foreign and domestic Newspapers, Magazines and cheap publications, received by every mail. Letter, Note, Cap, B...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 27 August 1859

• : SAN FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENTS. WHEELER & WILSON'S FIRST TREMHM Family Sewing Machines At Reduced Prices. THE HIGHEST PREMIUMS were awarded these Machines in 1856, at the following Fairs and Institutes ■ Missouri, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, Illinois, Wisconsin, St. Louis, Mississippi, Michighn, Baltimore, New York, New Jcascy, Richmond, Maryland, Virginia, Indiana, Chicago, Mechanics' Institute, San Francisco. These Machines having taken the First Premium at all the State Fairs held last fall (1S58), throughout the Union, in every instance where they have contended, over all other Sewing Machines, must be received as conclusive evidence of I.THEIR UNEQUALED SUPERIORITY. Among the undoubted advantages of these Machines are— 1. Elegance and simplicity of construction, and consequent freedom from derangement and need of repair. 2. Durability. 3. Unexampled case and rapidity of operation. 4. Noiseless movement. 5. Beauty of stitch and firmness of scam. 6. Economy of thread. 7...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 27 August 1859

SAX FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENTS. Glt OVER & BAKER'S Family Sewing Ma chines. Prices from 875 lo $160. New Styles • - - Great Improvements. THEY HEM, FELL, GATHER AND EMBKOIDXX in a manner uncqualed by any other Machine, while for rapidity anil beauty of execution they have DO Successful COtnpetitsr*. Every variety of fabric can lie somi with equal facility, and the stitch is stranger and more clastic than that made by hand. Cotton, silk, or linen thread, is used from the original tpoolt, an advantage being thus secured over evcrv other Machine. Each scum is finished by the operation of the machine, without recourse to the baud needle, as in other*. Their undeniable and essential advantafes will be apparent to all upon examination or trial. BEND FOR A CIRCULAR containing cuts, prices, samples of sewing, etc. (IT All machines warranted. FuD and explicit directions accompaying each Machine. GROVES ft BAKER S. M. CO., 118 Montgomery street, San Francisco. R. G. Brown, Agent." l...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 27 August 1859

Post Office Arrangements. Overland Mail, from San Francisco to St. Louis—ar. rives Sundays and Wednesdays. Departs on arrival. From St. Louis to San Francisco, via Visalia—arrives Mondays and Thursdays. Departs on arrival. From San Francisco via Stockton—arrives Tuesday and Friday nights. Departs' Monday and Thursday mornings. From \ isalia to Los Angeles, via Kinneysburg, Petersburg and Keyesv ille, arrives on the Bth and 23d of each month. Departs on the Ist and 15th. Offick Horns —8 a. m. to 12 m., and from 2to sr. m. Sundays, from 9 to 11 a. m. H. A. Bostwick, Postmaster. List of Post Offices in Tulare County. OFFICE. — lOSTMASTEK. Visalia H. A. Bostwick* King's Kiver James Smith. Kinneysburgh (White Kiver) A. Kcid. Kcyesville J. Caldwell. 11 Petersburg A. D. Hight. Tulc Kiver (Goodhue's Crossing).. .11. G. McLean. Postage bt the Ovem-and Mail.—-Three cents pre-pays a letter weighing half an ounce, from San Francisco to St. Louis, Mo., Arkansas and Texas. All distances in the At...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 3 September 1859

Enlare Record VOLUME I. VISALIA, CALIFORNIA: SATT'RDAY MORNING, SECTEMBER 3, 1859. NUMBER 11.

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Report on Grapes and Wine of California, [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 3 September 1859

Report on Grapes and Wine of California, A. HARASZTHY. TIIK EARLY IIISTOKY OF THE VINE-CI LTL'IIE IN CALIFORNIA. The grape-vine was brought to California by the Catholic priests, in the year one thousand seven hundred and forty, or thereabout, and was planted at the Mission San Diego, and Mission Vieeho, situated about sixty miles from San Diego, in Lower California. Tradition says that said grape-vines and olive trees were brought at one and the same time from Spain. Our modern California grapes were, to all appearances, multiplied from these vines, set out originally in the above named places. It is certain that no other qualify than this can be discovered among the native vines at the present age, and it is almost impossible that, if several varieties had been imported at that period, they would have so completely run out as to leave no marks of distinction whatsoever. The priests and native C'alifbrnians planted vines in small patches for their own use only, without regard to lo...

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

BUSINESS CARDS. DBS, GEORGE & ROBERTS, PHYSICIANS and SURGEONS, Offick —Next door to the Express Drug store, visai.ia. l-3m» DllS. THOMPSON & BAKER, I'IIYSICIAXS AND SURGEONS. Office—First door East of Billup's. Hotel, l-:Jm 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. 3-3 m OFFICK —On Mill street, with Dr. Thompson. (Next door to Jordan It Johnson's store) — \'imlia. SAM. W. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Orrici: —On Mill street, first door east of Billup's Hotel—Visai.ia. Parricular attention given to collections, and charges moderate. l-3ni L. O. STERNS, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, AND NOTARY PUBLIC. Offick Court street, near the Court House, 4-3 m vI s a 1.1 a . S. C. BROWN, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Office—ln the brick building on Court street, opposite the Court House, visai....

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 3 September 1859

W. 11. CTUMMINGrS, 0 0 M M ESS] 0 N And Forwarding; Nlerchant AND wholesale AND ItI'.TAIL DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE, AT FRESNO, The Head of Navigation, on the Soutli branch of the San Joaquin Kiver. The subscriber is receiving, and keeps constantly on hand, a large supply of gffIPLOPB, BARLEY, I>,vo -jlfr? VISION'S, J LOOTS, SHOES, f CLOTHING, ETC. All orders for Ooods, accompanied with cash, w ill he promptly attended to, at the lowest prices. lii 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 Millcrton, King's River, Visalia, White River, Kern River, and all places South, at moderate charges, promptly attended to. W. 11. CUMMINGS. Fki.sno City, July, 1859. 4-3 m* PALMER & HATTON, Architects, Builders, Etc., via a 1.1 a, ARK PREPARED TO EXECUTE ALL .TORS in their line of Husincss on .short notice, and in the moat approved style. Draf...

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