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From Fort Yuma. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 10 September 1859

From Fort Yuma. The following was communicated to us by an old and reliable friend resident in the vicinity: Fort Yitma, August 29,1859. Editors Tulare Record: The Overland Mail station, known as Mohawk, was attacked on last Saturday at 4 P. M., by two Mexicans.— The station keeper, Mr. Phelps, was left for dead. Six stage horses were stolen. Mr. Phelps, I believe, is a native of New York. It is thought he cannot survive, as he has not spoken since he was found. Santiago. P. S.—They attacked him when he was reading a newspaper, with the but of their pistols. I understand that his skull is broken. The doctor from Fort Yuma left last evoning to see him. Fires.—The report circulated about town relative to the fire in Columbia, has turned out to be true, but is not so extensive as was at first supposed. All the buildings on the east side of Broadway from Gunn's Saloon to Smith, Morse & Go's lumber office, and on the we#side from their lumber yard to Dr. Earl's brick building...

Publication Title: Tulare County Record
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Report on Grapes and Wine of California. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 10 September 1859

Report on Grapes and Wine of California. A. HARASZTHY. THE EARLY HISTORY OF THE VINE-CULTURE IN CALIFORNIA.' [continued.] Digging Holes.—When the land is laid out, as above recommended, and a stick staked at every point where a vine is to be planted, a hole must be dug twenty inches square, and about two feet deep. Ihe gfbund from said hole is to be laid out as foNows: the top ground to your right, the second ground to the left, and the third in front of the hole; then the bottom of the hole should be well dug up with . a spade, leaving the last ground in the hole.— The earlier the holes are thus finished befon planting, the better; then the longer the earth is exposed to the atmosphere and rains, the more it will be fertilized. Before you begin to plant your vines, have the holes filled, for rooted vines, to about six inches from the top; if for cuttings, about ten inches. First, the ground to your right being the top ground, is thrown in the bottom of the hole, then that to your l...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 10 September 1859

BUSINESS CARDS. HltS. GEOKOE & ROBERTS, PHYSICIANS and SURGEONS, Office—Next door to the Express Drug store, visalia. l-3m* DRS. THOMPSON & BAKER, PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. Office —First door East of Billup's Hotel, l-9m 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. 3-3 m Offick —On Mill street, with Dr. Thompson. (Next door to Jordan A Johnson's store) — Viialia. . " SAM. W. BECKHAM, ATTORNEY AT LA W, Office —On Mill street, first door east of Billup's Hotel—Visalia. Parrieular attention given to collections, and charges moderate. 4-3 in L. O. STERNS, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, ANI> NOTARY PUBLIC. Office —Court street, near the Court House, 1- ym VISALIA. ~ 8. C. BROWN, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Office—ln the brick building on Court street, opposite the Court...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 10 September 1859

W. B. CUMMINGrS, COMMISSION And Forwarding Merchant AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN CENERAL MERCHANDISE, AT FRESNO, The Head of Navigation, on the South branch of the San Joaquin I liver. The subscriber is receiving, and keeps constantly on hand, a large supply of BARLEY, PRO-«rAi MaMi VISIONS, ROOTS, shoes, CLOTHING, 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 - ißk T E L, Provided with clean beds, and good fare, for the accommodation of Travellers. RECEIVING AND FORWARDING GOODS to Millerton, King's River, Visalia, White Kiver, Kern Kiver, alid al! places South, at moderate charges, promptly attended to. W. B. CUMMINOS. Fresno City, July, 18.59. 4-3nv» PALMER & HATTON, I Architects, Builders, Etc., VISALIA, ARE PREPARED TO EXECUTE ALL JOBS in their Hue of llusiness on short notice, and in the most approved style. Drafts and .Specifications furnished on short ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 10 September 1859

REMOVAL.—The office of the Tulare Record is removed to the building of Dr. McLean, on the south side of Main street, a few doors cast of Douglass' store. Notice to Subscrihers. —Persons heretofore receiving their papers at the Post Office will please call at the Printing office for them. Nbt having a complete list of the names of subscribers, it makes this course necessary that we may furnish them promptly hereafter. rylVc return thanks to those kind friends who so promptly assisted us in moving our office on Saturday last. Rail Road Convention. —Owing to the interest felt in the result of the election, the adjourned meeting did not convene on Thursday evening last. The Chairman of the meeting requests us to slate that the meeting will convene on Tuesday evening next at half past 7 o'clock. A full attendance is expected, as this is a matter of more direct importance to the citizens of Tulare than of any other portion of the State. are requested to give notice that a protracted meeti...

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The Prospects. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 10 September 1859

The Prospects. The political BBWI received hy every mail from all parts Of the United States, is decidedly of an encouraging character. The fanatical opposition arc everywhere yielding to the strong arm of right, sustaining the Administration; which has proved, thus far, to be one of the ablest since the memorable days of Jackson. Kentucky, and even the District where resided the much esteemed and venerated Sage of Ashland, has rendered a good account of her stewardship, electing an Administration Governor and a majority of Congressmen. Tennessee has also given a decided majority In favor of the Administration of James Buchanan, \labama has elected a Democratic Governor hy 25,000 majority, and the entire Congscssional delegation, seven in number, outstripping, by far, any State in the Union, so far as heard from. Texas, last, though not least in consideration, by last advices, has elected Mr. Runnclls. democrat, for Governor, by a small majority, over Sam. Houston. Thus they come, o...

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ELECTIOIN RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 10 September 1859

ELECTIOIN RETURNS. The following arc the returns from the election precincts in this county, so far as heard from. We publish only the vote for Governor and Congressmen—the vote for the other State officers will vary but little from that of Governor. The returns may be relied upon as correct. When the whole vote is counted and declared officially, we will publish the returns in tabular form. VISALIA rRECIXCT. Coventor: Latham 478 Curry 31 Congress: Burch 474 Baker 34 Scott 463 Booker 7 McKibbcn 38 County Judge. Redd 110 Higgins 48 Boring 329 Sheriff. Poindexter 93 Story 135 Reid 111 Ketcham 162 County Clerk. McGahcy 225 Calhoun 254 County Treasurer: AVarncr 87 Johnson 148 Kcycs.; 30 Uusscll 118 Keenry 112 Assessor: Hayes 298 Worland 188 District Attorney: Brown 287 Steams 1(38 Public Administrator: Townscnd 382 County Survcvor: Scott IN Atwcll 100 Assembly: Jordan 223 Donaldson 114 Heston 156 Sup. Com. Schools: Dnmmcr 177 Brown 115 Smith 118 Coroner: Savles 233 Thompson 139 Dudley 1...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 10 September 1859

addition to the favors rendered us by the agents of the Overland Stage, we are under obligations to the drivers for the latest San Francisco papers. We have received, by the last Overland Stage, dates from St. Louis to the lGtli August, and New York dates to the 13th. There is no news of any importance. Cty*For the information of those abroad, we will state that all the county candidates in this county arc Democrats. \ # Our friendly visitors in the office will please not scrutinize too closely. Manuscripts, or other copy in the compositors hands, is not intended for them to read before being printed, neither is it meet for them to handle type, as they might thereby create much confusion, and cause us much perplexing labor. We will always, when not too busy, show them with pleasure everything they wish to know relating to the "Art preservative of all Art." Counr.CTION. —In our issue of Saturday las'. we stated, upon what we considered good authority, (the driver nnd passengers by th...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 10 September 1859

WANTED— A number of Teams and Teamsters, to freight Lumber from my Mill to Visalia. Also, to exchange Lumber for any r.'imh<«r of Work : Ctftle, JO':. li. THOMAfh ; j Viealia, .t.ir' $fw\ llfft

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 10 September 1859

JENNY LIND RESTAURANT, VISALIA. F PRINCE r-.nmunces to the citizens of Visa- • lin and vicinity that he has opened n first class Restaurant, on the North side of Main street, nearly opposite the store of Mr. D. R. Douglass, where he is prepared to accommodate his friends and the public generally, with tlie best the market affords. ; Meals prepared at r.U hours of the day or night. Polite attention given to the requirements of all customers. Visalia, August 27th, IS-SO. 10-3 m Cotillion Parties. Messrs. Knoblo and Krafit Take great pleasure in announcing to the &£M citizens of Visalia and vicinity, and the i fnfm public in general, that they will give a series ' (j | of COTILLION PARTIES, at the Court House, in this town. They will be given j every THURSDAY EVENING, until further notice. ! The public generally, are respectfully invited. Admission, $2 SO. aug C STOLEN, FROM M. M. SAXTON, on White . ±t River, on the night of the 11th inst., (jiJw* two Mules, one of them of ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 10 September 1859

J. L. Wells, VmtuOC. S. Sweet, 64 Batten- st., San FranciscoWELLS & SWEET, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Groceries, Provisions, Dry Goods, Clothing, Hardware, Saddlery Crockery, Paints, Oils, Carpets, Paper Hangings, Farming Implements, of all kinds—Boots, Shoes, and Eats, Eiqxiors. and Cigrars, Etc., Etc. In offering our Expensive Stock to the public, we wffl sell at current rates, and solicit an examination of our GOODS, with the assurance that the Largest ASSORTMENT of the above Merchandise 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 Haeral patronage heretofore extended to them, they respectfully solicit a continuance of the same. TI -_, T „ >\ ELLS & SVV EET, l-3 m Mill street, Visalia. : Warner's ffl Hotel!! MAIN GBP STREET, VISALIA. Hornitos Stage House. THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RESPECT- [ rblly announce to the public, that having Re...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 10 September 1859

Billup's fSI Hotel!.' Corner of Court Wan 1 and Mill street*-, VISA I 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 to the Furniture of the House, end all the conveniences round in any of the best city houses can be had hers on- tons most reasonable terms. THE TABLE is always spread with epicurean taste, and all the choisest viauds afforded by the market and the season, neatly prepared, will be served by gentlemanly waiters. THE It 00 MS are neatly carpeted and furnished with clean 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. i-tf R. M. BILLUPS, Profmktoh, UNITED STATES Express and Mail Line CF STAGES FROM VISALIAtoHORNITOS V I A KING'S RIVER AND MILLERTON. Twice per Week—Through in One Day. THE UNDERSIGNED having purchased the Sta...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 10 September 1859

part of fresh cow manure, and three parts of black earth with water, a mud-mixture of the consistency of tar. Put, before planting, your rooted vines in the same, and when so dipped, turn them in the bucket round and round; by this, every root and fiber of said vines will be surrounded with this tar-like stuff, and prevent the same becoming mouldy under ground.— After this, the ground in the front of the hole, (taken out the last of the same,) is to be so leveled about the vine as to leave a dish-like excavation aaound the same, as a receptacle and conductor of moisture to the roots. Be careful never to plant your vines too deep. It is better if you make a mistake, to have them too shallow than too deep. CULTIVATING. The vines having been planted, either as cuttings, or as rooted vines, in the month of January, the ground being recently plowed, not many weeds will be visible before the month of March; but this month it will be time to commence, either on account of weeds, or that th...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 10 September 1859

SAN FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENTS. OCTAVIAN KOOOS. JOHN H. MADISON. IIOOGS & MADISON, ♦rM* HOUBE BROKERB '^ If'all REAL ESTATE AGENTS, *Bf% 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, Pcabody & Co; W. K. Van Allen, A. R. F'orbcs, Janson, Bond & Co.; W. G. Badger, G. K. Fitch, Bradshaw & Co., W. F. Herrick, M. S. Whiting. l-3m ~~ KIERSKI ft BRO., DEALERS IX 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 and Gardening; Bibles, Testaments, Psalm and Hymn Books; a large assortment of School Books always on hand. Foreign and domestic Newspapers, Magazines and cheap publications, receiv...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 10 September 1859

I SAN FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENTS. WHEELER & WILSON'S FIRST PREMIL'JIFamily 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 (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 arc — 1. Elegance and simplicity of construction, and consequent freedom from derangement and need of repair. 2. Durability. 3. Unexampled ease and rapidity of operation. 4. Noiseless movement. 5. Beauty of stitch and firmness of seam. 6. Economy of thread....

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 10 September 1859

SAN FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENTS. | GROVER & BAKER'S Family Sewing Ma chines. Prices from $75 to §160. New Styles - - - Great Improvements. THEY HEM, FELL, GATHER AND EMKBOrDBB in a manner uncqualed by any other Machine, while for rapidity and beauty of execution they have no successful comi>etitors. 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. ICach seam is finished by the operation of the machine, without recourse to the hand needle, as in others. Their undeniable and essential advantafes will be apparent to all upon examination or trial. SEND FOR A CIRCULAR containing cuts, prices, samples of sewing, etc. O 3 All machines warranted. Full and explicit directions accompaying each Machine. GROVER A BAKER S. M. CO., 118 Montgomery street, San Francisco. R. G. Bkown,...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 10 September 1859

Pout Olfiee Arrangements. Overland Mail, fr''in Sin. i i inciscotoSt. Louis—mr• rives Sundays and Wednesdays. Departs on arrival. From t Louis to San Franei: co, rio Visalia—arrives Mon iav> and Thursdays. Departs on arrival. From San Francisco via Stockton—arrives Tuesday and Friday nights. Departs Monday and Thursday mornings. From Visalia to Los Angeles, via Kinneysburg, Petersburg and Keyesville, arrives on the Bth and 23d of each month. Departs on the Ist and 16th. Orncp. Hours —8 a. m. to 12 m., and from 2to 5 l". m. Sundays, from 9 to 11 a. m. H. A. Bostwick, Postmaster. List of Post Offices in Tulare County. OFFICE. — POSTMASTER. Visalia. . H. A. Bostwick. King's River James Smith. Kinneysburgh (White River) A. Reid. Kcyesville J. Caldwell. Petersburg A. D. Right. Tulc River (Goodhue's Crossing).. .H. G. McLean. Postage by the Overland Mail.—Three cents pre-pays a letter weighing half an ounce, from San l'ranciseo to St. Louis, Mo., Arkansas and Texas. All distanc...

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