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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 17 September 1859

Enlare Record /OLTJME I. NUMBER 13. VISALIA, CALIFORNIA: SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 17, 1859.

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ELECTION RETURNS OF TULARE COUNTY, 1859 —OFFICIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 17 September 1859

ELECTION RETURNS OF TULARE COUNTY, 1859 —OFFICIAL. precincts: «Kd3So M 5 M o •3' ? I 1 I M ,; r r'i'l a rP!lt* r> « g j ! .•••••••m*kw« candidates: : : : : : : : P : r 1 : , « ■— > ::::::::::: : Governor: Milton S. Latham,....478.. 100.. 17.. 19.. 21.. 27.. 61.. 50.. 10.. 13.. 25.. 821 John Curry 31.. 21.. 4.. 1.. 0.. 0.. 4.. 2.. 0.. 0.. 0.. 63 Leland Stanford 0.. 0.. 5.. 0.. 1.. 4.. 0.. 0.. 1.. 0.. 0.. 11 Lieut. Governor: J.G.Downey 476..100.. 14.. 19.. 15.. 22.. 54.. 46.. 8.. 14.. 25.. 793 JohnConness 31..21.. 4.. 1.. 3.. 2.. 7.. 2.. .. 71 J.F.Kennedy 6 5 1 12 Congress: Charles L. Scott 463. .103.. 15.. 18.. 21.. 23.. 61.. 50.. 10.. 14.. 25.. 803 J. C. Burch 474 .103.. 17.. 19.. 21.. 27.. 61.. 50.. 10.. 14.. 25.. 821 Joseph C. McKibben.. 38 . 21.. 10.. 1 3.. 4.. 2 79 Samuel Booker 7.. 20 1 7 25 E. D,Baker 34.. 1..10.. 1.. 1.. 3.. 4.. 2 56 P. 11. Sibley 3 3 Justice, of the Supreme Court: W. W. Cope ........470 103 16 18 21 27 59 50 10 14 25 813 Royal T. Spragu...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 17 September 1859

Costly Wedding—A wedding was celebrated in New York, on the 14th of July, which exceeded anything of the kind ever done there. The bridegroom was a Spaniard, only 60 years old, but fabulously rich? the bride » poor girl, but marvelously pretty. Her bridal veil costsl,ooo| bridal jewels, $150,000. Tiffany made the bridal wreath—not of hot-house plants—but of pure gold, and adorned with jewelry of great vahie. Mons. Derate is having a dispute with Mons. Blondin, st Niagara, He offenito "fight Blondin on the rope, far fflOO. The fight, the New York Peat imagines, will result in one blow, on* clinch, and two drowns. AKnoxvillep«?«r,••7* if** neighborhood has had three children at a berth. Her husband is entitled to a divorce. She is, says Prentice, a vary overbearing woman.

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Report on Grapes and Wine of California. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 17 September 1859

Report on Grapes and Wine of California. A. HARASZTHY. THE EARLY HISTORY OF THE YTNE-CULTURE IX CALIFORNIA. [CONTINUED.] SUMMER PRUNING. The native Californians never used to prune vines in the summer, but let them grow any length they pleased. This is erroneous; every person, on reflection, at once can gee that the snap required to grow and produce vines ten, and often twenty feet long, may be better used if it is forced into the grapes; undoubtedly the berries and bunches will be larger, if moderately trimmed; besides, this trimming is a great advantage when the grapes are gathered, as the picking is so much easier than in an untrimmed vineyard where everything is tangled up. The best mode is to cut the tops of the vines to the height of five or six feet from the ground, in the month of July, for the first time, and the second time in the middle of August. This operation is done easily, and pretty quick; one man with a sickle tops off about two thousand five hundred a day. Besides...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 17 September 1859

BUSINESS CARDS. DRS. GEORGE & RORERTS, PHYSICIANS and SURGEONS, )fficf. —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-3m VISAI.IA. ROBERT C. REDD, Attorney and CounseUor at Law. Will Practice in the various Courts of the Thireenth Judicial District —comprising the Counties of Tulare, Fresno, Merced and Mariposa. All business >romptly attended to. 3-3 m Office —On Mill street, with Dr. Thompson. Next door to Jordan & Johnson's store) — Visalia. I SAM. W. BECKHAM, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Jffice—On Mill street, first door east of Billup's Hotel—Visalia. Parricular attention given to collections, and :harges moderate. 4-3 m L. 0. STERNS, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, AND NOTARY PUBLIC. Office —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...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 17 September 1859

W. B. CUMMINGS, COMMISSION And Forwarding Merchant AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER LV CENERAL MERCHANDISE, AT FRESNO, The Head of Navigation, on the South branch of the San Joaquin River. The subscriber is receiving, and keeps constantly on hand, a large supply of BARLEY, PRO-gAi B VISIONS, ROOTS, SHOES, fpj 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 H O - M 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 River, Kern River, and al! places South, at moderate charges, promptly attended to. W. By CUMMINCS. Fresno City, July, 1859. 4-3nv» PALMER & HATTON, Architects, Builders, Etc., VISALIA, ARE PREPARED TO EXECUTE ALL JOBS in their line of Business on short notice, and in the most approved style. Drafts and Specifications furnished on short notice, and...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 17 September 1859

Election Returns.—On the first page will be found the full and official returns of the election in Tulare county, published in tabular form for future reference. The successful candidates arc, for Assembly, T. M. Heston; County Judge, W. M. Boring; Sheriff, John C. Reid; County Clerk, /. S. McGahay; Treasurer, E. Johnson; District Attorney, S. C. Brown; Assessor, T. C. Hayes; Public Administrator, H. C. Townscnd; Superintendent of Common Schools, sO. K. Smith; Serveyor, J. E, Scott; Coroner, J. D. P. Thompson; Supervisors, A. J. Worthly, J. T. Pemberton, and E. Vanvalkenburg. All the above named gentlemen arc good citizens and well qualified to fill the various offices to which they have been respectively elected, and with whom the citizens should be well satisfisd. As there was no apposition ticket run in the county, of course they are all good Democrats. {£y*On the first and fourth pages will be found the continuation of Mr. Haraszthy's report on grapes and wines of California. We...

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Rail Road Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 17 September 1859

Rail Road Meeting. At an adjourned mass meeting of tlie citizens of Tulare County, held in Visalia. on Tuesday evening Sept 13th 1859, for the purpose of choosing a delegate to represent this and the county of Frezno in tiie Pacific Hail Road Convention, to assemble in the city of San Francisco on the 20th inst. George M. Garrish, Esq., was called to the Chair, and Mr. Sam. W. Beckham, chosen Secretary. The committee on resolutions, appointed at a previous meeting, through Mr. H. D. Bequette, reported the following, which were unanimously adopted: Jtesolced, Ist. That the construction of a Bail Road from the Atlantic States to the Pacific coast, is preeminently essential to the best interest of California and Oregon, and indispensibly necessary to their prosperity in peace and their protection in war. 2nd That the passage of a suitable Bill by the Congress of the United States, at their next session, authorizing the construction of said Road, will be only the performance of an act o...

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From Walkers Baisin. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 17 September 1859

From Walkers Baisin. August, SMtfrltSS. Mi ttrs. Editors: —Presuming that you and the readers of your valuable paper would like to hear from this part of Tulare, we will endeavor to give you a brief sketch of the way the world wags with us. The busy and hard working season of baying and harvesting is about over. The grain crops turned out about OS well as could be expected, when taking into consideration the long drouth and extreme heat that we were so favored with this spring and summer. The hay crops are very large, and ofthe finest quality, being naught else than pure clover. Not long since we paid a visit to the far famed city of Hog-Eye, (alias Keysville.) Unlike the home of Melnotta down by the lake of Como, 'tis a round hole shut out from the world by the Nevada's hills, a fewold dingy smooty houses which look up in mokeiy to the surrounding Quartz lodes, as if to say, how long before you will belch forth enough of the wherewith to erect houses in our stead. Every breeze heav...

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Election Returns. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 17 September 1859

Election Returns. We have waited until the very last moment in order to furnish the election returns. The full vote of but a few counties is reported, and those mostly small counties. We have not oven received the J)\}\ vote of San Francisco or Sacramento counties. Enough, however, has been received to know that the entire Democratic State ticket is elected by a large majority ; the vote for Congressmen if not as large as the balance of the ticket. The Democratic vote in many of the counties, outnumber the combined opposition two to one. The National of the 13th thus sums up the returns: The election returns still come in slowly.— Scott and Burch are about 3,500 ahead of Baker 'and McKibbin, and Bottl ahead of o*. Meara. Lathan is about 18,000 ahead of Curry, and 12,000 ahead of both Curry and Stanford. The returns from several of the northern counties received yesterday by the Columbia, considerably increase the majorities ofthe above named gentlemen. In San Francisco the l'coplc"s...

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Atlantic News. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 17 September 1859

Atlantic News. Governor Mcdary gives most cheering accounts from the Kansas gold region. He fully believes in the existence of rich quartz veins, and says crushing machines are being sent out in great numbers. The effects of emigration are very beneficial to Kansas Territory in sales of produce. The crops this year arc very abundant, and the prospects for a good demand from the mines flattering. There is a sharp contest in Indiana for the Democratic nomination for Governor between Commissioner Hendricks, Senator Bright and Cyrus L. Dunham (Douglas.) Mr. Hendricks is at present absent on a visit to that State. Senor Mata is perfectly satisfied that the President is determined to extend even* aid in his power to the liberal Government of Mexico. Accounts from Georgia indicate the probable loss of a Democratic member of Congress in Seward's district, and perhaps a gain in Trippe's. Col. F'lorcnce, of Philadelphia, will get out the first number of his J)eino<ratie Review abou...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 17 September 1859

W. Bf. STAFFORD, ATT< >RNEY AT LAW, VlBAll A. \V r ILL parcttce his profession in the counties of t * Tulare lad Fresno. Visalia, September 17,18 W. Hitf A OTIC 4 LI, persons are cautioned against purchasing . \ from one 11. C'ohn a certain tract or parcel of Land, situated near the town of Visalia, and described ns south-east quarter of the north-east quarter of section No. 29, in township \o. IK south of range No. 25 east; the said 11. Cohn having obtained tlie said land fraudulently and unlawfully from the undersized. JAMES "WF.IK. By K. M attiiewk, Agent. Visalia, September 16th, 1889. la-If ARTESIAN WELL. NOTICE is hereby given, that a meeting ofthe Stockholders of" the Visalia Artesian Well Co., will be hi Id *t the Court House on Saturday the 17/// ineL. ut 7 o'clock, I. M., for the purpose of choosing officers, and transacting other iavportaat business relative to said company, By order of the Hoard. 11. A. BOSTWICK, Acting Sec'v. Visalia, Sept Li, 1859...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 17 September 1859

JENNY LIND RESTAURANT, VISALIA. F PRINCE announces to the citizens of Visa- • lia and vicinity that he has opened a 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 the best the market affords. Meals prepared at all hours of the day or night. Polite attention given to the requirements of all customers. Visalia, August 27th, 1859. 10-3 m Cotillion Parties. Messrs. Knoble and Kraflt £ft _ Take great pleasure in announcing to the MM citizens of Visalia and vicinity, and the ■nrjm P u bl' c iv general, that they will give a series Ojft of COTILLION PARTIES, at the Court House, in this town. They will be given every THURSDAY EVENING, until further notice. The public generally, arc respectfully invited. Admission, #2 50. aug C STOLEN, FROM M. M. SAXTON, on White River, on the night of the 11th inst., two Mules, one of them of a Brown T and the other a Du...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 17 September 1859

2b£: * Hi * 2-*= J. L Wells, Visalia. 8. Sweet, 64 Battery St., San FranciscoWELLS & SWEET, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Groceries, Provisions, Dry Goods, Clothing, Hardware, Saddlery Crockery, Faints, Oils, Carpets, Paper Hanging*, Farming Implements, of all kinds—Boots, Shoes, and Hats, Liquors, and Cigars, Etc., Etc. In offering our Extensive Stock to the public, we will tell at current rates, and solicit as examination of our GOODS, with the assurance that the Largest ASSORTMENT ot the above Merchandise will always be kept at this STORE, and as good bargains can be made aa 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, l-3m Mill street, Visalia. Warner's @gp| Hotel!! MAIN HBP STREET, VISALIA. Hornitos Stage House. THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RESPECTfuIIy announce to the public, that having Refitted, and bu...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 17 September 1859

Billup's 99 Hotel!! Corner of Court sIW*iM aud Mill streets, VISALIA. THE ABOVE HOUSE IS STILL OPEJTFOK the accomodation of the Public, and no paini will be spared to make it a First-class Hotel. The proprietor has recently made large additions to the FarsnV ture 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 taste, and all the choisest viands afforded by the market and the season, neatly prepared, will be served by gentlemanly waiters. THE ROOMS arc 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 Homitas, stop opposite the House. l-tf R. M. BILLUPS, Proprietor. UNITED STATES Express and Mail Line OF STAGES FROM VIS ALI AtO HORNITOS via KING'S RIVER AND MILLERTON. Twice per Week—Through in One Day. THE UNDERSIGNED bnringpurchased the St...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 17 September 1859

bly. Two men can crush easily with it five thousand pounds of grapes in a day. This crusher is placed above a common screw-press, in which the grapes from the crusher will fall, with stems, juice, and seed; the juice running slowly off by itself, and is carried in buckets to the cellar, and filled in the barrel.-. PRESS. This instrument may be made simple, and almost to every man's own idea or taste; it is not material, as lons as it pressess out the juice of the grapes. The top planks arc placed on the substance and the screws drawn to squeeze out the juice from said crushed grapes. WHITE WINE. It was mentioned before that during the crushing of the grapes and falling of the same in the press some juice will run off without pressing, this juice will make the first quality of white wine, and is generally barreled by itself; when the press becomes full, and is pressed slightly, the juice thus gained will make the second quality. Now the ballance remaining can be used to distill brand...

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More of the King of Liars. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 17 September 1859

More of the King of Liars. Read the following extract, voters of California, and see how Broderick stands self-con- I victed of lying: Broderick begins to Crawfish.—During the remarks of Broderick in Columbia, a gentleman asked him a question of this purport: "Did you not dunng the pendency of the election of your colleague, to the United States Senate, attempt to procure a relinquishment of the Federal patronage of the Pacific coast, from some of the prominent candidates ?" Mr. Broderick replied, with the greatest emphasis "No, never!" Now we believe that one of Mr. Brodersck's great charges against Senator Gwin, in a speech made in the northern portion ofthe State, was that he (B.) had bought Gwin—that Gwin had given him the entire disposal of his patronage for his seat in the Senate. And yet this infamous slanderer, has the effrontery," almost before his published speech, making this charge, had been read, to come before an audience of our citizens and own that he had lied upon a...

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