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Tulare County. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 2 July 1859

Tulare County. Situated in the very heart of the State, ■with iv boundless agricultural resource*, with its unparalleled facilities for irrigation, its rich mineral deposits, its proad plains covered with a perennial growth <f the richest grasses, rendering its advantages stock raising equal if not superior to any injthe State; with iU industrious, mtelfigent anj enterprising people, whose cottages are apringbg up on every green spot, and whose yellow fields ready for the sickle of the reaper, dot; the whole country; this county presents ind< cements to the settler desirous of securing a permanent home, and enjoying the nukl and agreeable temperature of California, unequaled iy any other portion of the State. We have jet many a broad and fertile were to betaken u> and cultivated, and many a desirable locatioifor the sturdy husbandman unoccupied. Though our county already produces more than quadruple the amount of gram eonaunud by its inhabitants, and...

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SPRING CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 2 July 1859

SPRING CONCERT. BY MRS. L. K. SIOOUBMfBY. Thebb's a concert, a concert of gladness snd glee, The programme is rich, snd the tickets are free! Ia a grand, vaunted hall, where there's room sad to spare: With ao gas-lights to est up the oxygen there. The physicians excel in their wonderful art, They have compass of voice, snd 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 bail, and their melodies share. These exquisite minstrels a fashion have set, Which they hope you'U comply with and may not regret; They don't keep late hours, for they've always been told Twould injure their voices sad make them look old. They invite you to come, if you have s fine ear, To the garden or grove, their rehearsals to hear; Their chorus is full ere the sunbeam is bora, Their music the sweetest st breaking of morn; It was learned at heaven's.gate, with its rapturous And may teach you, p...

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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 'serced' concerning one Johnny Carter, a member of the 'art preservative,' "Long since dead, snd passed away." Upon one occasion, Johnny, aa well ac two or three of hia brother typos,' had the misfortune to work for an employing printer in this city, notorious aa a bad pay-master, the consequence of which wae, 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 waa a stalwart, raw-boned Irishman, named Denny McLaughlin, who did not relish losing the price of hia labor, and being of an irrascible temper, he one day waited upon the 'boss,' and expressed bis determination to have either 'hia money or satisfaction' immediately. The man of types informed him, in the moat imperturable manner, that he could not h...

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The Funeral of Washington. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 2 July 1859

The Funeral of Washington. The foUcrwing from the Ulster County Gazette of January 4,1800, gives a brief account of the funeral of Washington: Geo mo stows, December 20. On Wednesday la»t the mortal part of Washington, the Father of hie Country and the friend of man, waa consigned to the tomb with solemn honors and with funeral pomp. A multitude of persons assembled from many miles around at Mount Vernon, the choice abode and last residence of the illustrious chief. There were the groves—the spacious avenues, the beautiful snd sublime scenes—the noble mansion, but alas! the august inhabitant was saow no more. That great soul gone. His mortal part waa there, indeed! but, oh, how affecting! how awful the spectacle of such worth and greatness, thus to mortal eyes fallen, yes, fallen! fallen! fa the long and lofty portico, where oft the here in all hia glory, now lay the shrouded corpse. The countenance, still composed and serene, seemed to express the dignity of the spirit which lately...

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

BUSINESS CARDS. DRS. GEORGE A ROBERTS, PHYSICIANS AMD SURGEONS, Omca—Next doer to the Expreea Drug •tore, visalia. l-3m* DR. THOMPSON. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office—Fust door Esst of Bflhrps Hotel, VISALIA. 8. C. BROWN, Attornsy sad OoTineallor at law. Office—ln the brick building on Court street, opposite the Court House, VISALIA. 1-tf MORRIS A FREEMAN, WM. OOCVBBBBUB MOBBIS. W. PBBBSLAN. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, AND NOTARIES PUBLIC. WM. GOUVERNEUR MORRIS, nwißileelnriir ft* Mm Court of COatae. Office on Court street, r ~ visalia. l-3nv» PALMBIt ft HATTON, InUtooti, IWMiii, Ett^ VIBALIA, am PREPARED TO EXECUTE ALL JOBS tn ehesr Bns at Businesi an short notice, snd tnths JOBS B, PALMBB. JAMBS *. BATTOH. TTOffi ftSI kseei Ivse Tsuueajsaa H at . I 1 l-*r K. TBOMA4V

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 2 July 1859

At tiii: Democratic State Coxvkntio.w •cently held at Sacramento, the following ominetkma were made i For Governor, Milton . Latham, of Sacraraejato; Lt-Governbr, J. G. towney, of Los Angeles ; Congress, John C. ;urcli of Trinity, and Charles L. Scott of Tulumne; Supreme Judge, W.W. Cope, of Amlor: Attorney (ieneral, Gen. T'nos. li. Wilams of F,l Dorado; Clerk of Supremo Court, '. s. Fairfax, of Yuba : Stat" Treasurer. Thos. Irrdley, ofXevada: Controller. S, 11. Brooks, tf San Joaquin: Surveyor Genera!. Horace A. Ugley, of Alainedfi: Superintendent of Public attraction, A. J. Moulder: of San Francisco; :., Printer. Charles T. Botts, Sacramento.

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DEMOCRATIC STATE NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 2 July 1859

DEMOCRATIC STATE NOMINATIONS. For Governor, John Currey, of Solano; LtGovernor, John Conness. of Eldorado; Con- -, Jose ph C. McKibben, of Sierra, Samuel V. Imoker, of San Joaquin; Judge of the supreme Court. Royal T. Spraguc, of Shasta ; Clerk of the Supreme Court, Joseph Powell, of Sacramento: Superintendent of Public Instruction. A. 11. Myers, of Alameda: Surveyor General, James Long, of Butte j Attor-ney-General. Ehjah Steele of Siskiyou; Controller, Geo. Pearce, of Sonoma; Treasurer, D. P. Ashley, Monterey ; State Printer, John O'Meara, Sail Francirco. The following is the Republican State Ticket: For Governor, Lei ami Standi'ord, of Sacramento; Lt.-Govemor, James F. Kennedy, of Santa Clara; Judge of Supreme Court, Oscar L. Shafler, of San Francisco ; Clerk of the Supreme Court, S. 1). Parker, of Tehama: Treasurer, Philip P. Came, of Butte; Controller. J. R. Clark, of 111 Dorado: Superintendent, of Public lustructaon, S. W. Brown, cf Sonoma: Surveyor General, P. M. Ronill, of A...

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Latest News by the Overland Mail. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 2 July 1859

Latest News by the Overland Mail. THE Overland Stage arrived here on Thursday evening, bringing St. Louis papers to the 9th of June. We sum up the news from the latest telegraphic dispatches of the St. Louis Republican: The news from the States is not of much importance. Another convention is to be held at Wyandotte city, Kanzas, for the formation of a State Constitution. The election of Delegates came off on the 7th June. The Democratic majority in Leavenworth county, is 460; in Atchison county 10, no other returns had been received. It is not fully settled what course the Administration will pursue with reference to the European war, it is, however, believed, that it will adopt measures for the protection of our commerce and to secure the rights of American citizens abroad. From Pike's Teak, great numbers are returning disheartened, marry having lost their all in the geld rush. From Utah, the latest news represent the number of the Saints as daily increasing by the accession of fo...

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Arizona News. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 2 July 1859

Arizona News. AN armed band of lawless marf.udcrs consisting chiefly of refugees from California have been committing depredations of tlie most outrageous character npon the Mexican inhabitants of Arizona, murdering several and driving niunbcra from the territory. A postion of the baud has been captured by dragoons from Fort Buchanan. One WmAke Is said to be the ring-leader of tins selfsfyied band of Regulators. " ' m — % Tai.L Wheat.—The Tehama Gazette tells of a field of wheat in that county which will yield an av.ty.tgr of seventy bushels to tho ,

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European News. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 2 July 1859

European News. The steamer Arago arrived at St. Johns N. F.,,0n the 3d June with dates to the 20th May. The war is no more a chimera. All Italy is in arms. Gen. Garibaldi, the Uaiian commander has nearly forced the Austrians from Italy, having beaten them in every battle. •It is thought that England and the German Confederacy will espouse tU cause of Austria, against their hereditary foe, France, in which event, Kussia will undoubtedly come to the rejecue of l'rance. and the war will become such a one as convulsed Furope in the clays of Napolean Bonaparte. The question is by many thought to be no longer Italian, but European. In there not some danger of its extending even further—its significance. And may not our own happy land he,drawn into the vortex of contending nations ? Already anxious looks are being case from terrified Europe to the young nation beyond the Atlantic.

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Eastern News. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 2 July 1859

Eastern News. Xjcw Ojti.iUNS, June 4.—The steamer jPjgta, from lied river, was totally destroyed bj fire this afternoon near Carrollton. Loss It is reported that two of her hands were lost. Her passengers were all saved. Nb*W YoiUy, J,une 4.—The steamship Yanderhilt sailed t%f Southampton to-day, with nearly 408 passengers and upward of sI,IOH, (WO in treasure. The City of Baltimore also mailed for Liverpool with 270 passengers and s-soo <>()<> in specie, Messrs. William F. Lovett of Califoniia, and A. A. Lovett of Nwy York. General Buperindent of the American Telegraph, have purchased of the patentees the exclusive right for using the Hughes printing ieiegraph patent for the entire State of Calitvi.iia. Mr. \Y. E Lovett sails for California on the 20th of this month, and it is expected t hat these improv'eTT systems of telegraphing JftU bp introduced U]ion the lines of the Aha California Telegraph Company, between San Francisco, Sacrament...

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The Cricket Plague in Shasta County. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 2 July 1859

The Cricket Plague in Shasta County. THE crickets have made their appearance in great numbers in Shasta Valley. The Yreka Union says: They have a partiality for thistles, and discovering one in their progress, they mout the stalk in great numbers, and in a little time strip it of every leaf. A hundred rapacious fellows may be seen on a single stalk. They seem very apprehensive of danger, and as one approaches, they drop down and make off, hopping, rolling and tumbling in grotesque haste. In the heat of the day they had collected under weeds and hushes in incredible numbers, absolutely covering the ground, and burying the root of the shelter several cricket* deep. They had crossed the divide to Yreka Valley, proceeding west. It is a curious fact that migratory men uml insects "go west." Man originating in the eastern garden, traveled west; the locusts of Egypt enme on the plague freighted east wind : pestilent frogs and files came up from the cart, and, in imitation of illustrious an...

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MARRIED. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 2 July 1859

MARRIED. On the evening pi Jam Ist, «i the residence of tb bride's father, hy thr» Rev. H, B. LoeMey-, Hon ROBKET ('. Iti.no, County stodge of Tulare couutv to Miss Fi.i.kn, eldest daughter of NATHA! Ruleji, Esq. ('. irajuia, lowa and Missouri papers pha-e i opy.)

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Post Office Arrangements. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 2 July 1859

Post Office Arrangements. Prerlaiul Mail, from Son Francisco to St. Louis— ■ *t*i - nmvcs Sunday and \Veduc*aay ttiornings. DoßSsTta mi arrival. From M. J.ciuis tn San Fruncii.ro, Mondavi am Thursday*. Departs on arrival. From Stockton tv VUalia—arrives Tuesday am Friday nights. D. parts Morula)' and Thursday mornings. From Visalia In Loh Augclpfi via Killtieytburg, W (sssborg ami Kensvilli- arrive* on tin- Jjjtls am Z'd of escb month. Depart- on the Ist and \',\\\. Dri ji.n Horns —S v. HE to 12 m., and from 2 ti 5 m. Sundaysj from !) to 11 \. m. 11. A. Eostuilk, I'ostnmstcr, List of Post Offices' 1 in Tulare County. aatmi. postmastck. Visalia If. A. Bimtwick Kind's Riser . James Smith. iGnneyshurgb {White Kivcr) A. Heid. Ivev rsvillc • J. Caldwell. Petersburg A. D. Hight. rids; Biver ({ioodlme's Crossing)...ll. G. McLean. l«._<TA«r. HY TUB Ovi:ri,am> Ms.it,.—Three •frits" pre-pays a letter weighing half an ounce, from mii Francisco to St. Louis, Mo., Arkansas ...

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Grape Culture. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 2 July 1859

Grape Culture. Is your February number I notice an article on "S?acts in Grape occurs th* following paragraph: "II v practice is, to ventilate freely throughout the season (except of tourse when the outside temperature is too lot); and in this respect I direr from some of my neighbors, wbo implicitly follow Chroltonfc directions (which doubtless answer perfectly well for his latitude), and keep their gihpes upon a short allowance-'of air unlil late in tho season. The consequence is. that their Hues grow l u te, fail to mature their wood perfectly, and are in no condition to withstand the ittenOßaoM to which they are occasionly subjected. Indeed, in sonic houses the vines havi been killed to the ground. My vines ripen their wood eerlv, and are apparantly not" inji red by the cold in the sliirhtt.si degree, alth( urh my vinery is not one vi the warmest, b;ug Jar from airtight. _ * Now. without any dianpeet toward the above-named gentieuiaii, i like to knm, how he arrives at suih a ton...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 2 July 1859

!g\ A GRAND NATIONAL BALL wflj he /fftS, given b. thg citizens of Tulare county at the fsLf, Court E'oiue, in Vicalia, OX MONDAY EVENING, JULY 4TH, 1859, In Aid of lite "Mount Vernon Associatiiai." * . Dancing to commence at 7 o'clock P, M. The fine- of tickeis, admitting gentleman and lady, (including Suypar), has been fixed nt »J7, Tickets can loe hat'u.v applying to Win. B. PdBB, Esq. MAX.vc.r.ns. Bwen fillinssii, J. T. Pembesasa, .L Ham li, W. Pierce, Sen., <i. V.. I-ong, R- K. Nichols, W. Ogden, J. Fleming, R. C. Hiodrt, W.S. Matthews, .Ll).P.Thompson, W. Tx>e, J. Stokes, E. F. Moore, IT. W. Niles, J. Ix'wis, M.'M. Sexton, Y. B. Stokes, (). K. Smith, J. ('•■ itanVln, J. Hawpe, ]>. Coughran, Nafciaw idskou, W. H. (irubbs, J. N. Thomas, S. G. George. U.OUR MANAOKIIS. W. I. Owen, A. tj. •Mitchell, G. Allen, J. W. Williams, C. G. fcayl, S. Sweet. vuovei i:i:s. A. P. Smith, L Hull, A. Vail. eovivirrn:i. <>s invitation. W. I. Owe...

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

flaniidates' Notipes. Tor the Assembly. ty T. M. Hbston is an liiclependent Candidate for the Assembly, at the ensuing Election. • ILT A. M. Donaldson would respectfully snnounse himself to the citisens of Fresno nnd Tulare, as a Oarstidatc for the Assembly, st the ensuisjj Election in September. * F [TJ' To lite Voters of Tttlare and Fresno Counties.—The. undersigned respectfully announces himself as a Candidate for the Assembly. He refers to his past farcer as a poblfc officer in Tulare County as a guarantee for the future. C< G. Sayi.i:. For County Treasurer. HX Cu-r. G.W.W.vnNKB respectfully announce* to the vntrrs of Tulare county, that be is a Candidate fisrtho iffiee of Comity Treasurer, at the ensuing Flection, in September ne.v... * IL, • JL It. Kr.i:\ BY woirtd respectfully announce to the voters of Tulare comity, that be is a Candidate for Vie office of County Treasurer, at the ensuing Elcodon in September nex*. s n't Ewkn Johnson would respectfully announce to...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 2 July 1859

I Swamp Lands. | Many claimant* or Swamp Land*, under the acts of 1836 and '38, by faiing to make payment of interest in the prescribed time, forfeited their claim. We publish for the benefit of such the circular of the Surveyor General and Register, and also the act passed by the Legislature last Ayril, from which it P appear that »uch persons, by paying up their k interest and sending; U cir receipts to the Rcgisbefore October next, arc relieved. To the Purchasers of Swamp and Overflowed Lands. Many person* who bars purchased Swamp and Overflowed Lands from the State, under the laws of lip.?, and 1836, not fully tinder taie'iug lle ir intnit and meaning, lmve failed to comply with some of rheir ■provisions, which failure would prevent the acquirement of title from the State. The act of 1896 required pss ment to be made thirty days from the time the survey was completed—that is payment ia full, or the lirst year's interest. Lively lnuny cases payment was delayed for a few days afte...

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