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

SMC m__ r% _ A J. L. Wells, Visalia. S. Swr.r.r. (ii Battier; s'.,, Ban l'ratuisco. WEI, L S & SWEET, WHOLFSALF. AND RETAIL DEALERS IX Groceries, Provisions, Dry iioixls, f!oJ!-:-v, lardware, f»::t«lcillery Crockery, Paints, Oils, Carpets, Paper aian_ingB, Farming Implements, cf aU kind3 —jocts, i koz~, uaJ Hats, Liquors, and Cigars, Kt<\, Vac. In offering our Evtensive Stock to tb" pbblic, we will cell at curr. Nt Fates, and aolieit nn extunination of our GOODS, with the assurance that the I*-irgest ASSORTMENT of the above Merchandise will always be kept at this STORE, and as good bargains tan b" made :jt elsevih- re south i>{ Sau l'r tneisco. Thankhig their old friends' and customers for their liaer.J patronage heretofore eateadeil to them, they resiK'j»f)dlv solicit a continuance of th" same. V. F.U.S .V SWKF.T. ]-.1m Vfill street. Visalia. < Warner's £§SR Hotel!! I MAIN LHBjj STRiIET, VISA t I A . Ilornitos StaTje House. , THE UXDERSI...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 2 July 1859

Eighty-third Anniversary of American Independence. Fourth of July, 1859. Tm:i:i: will lie a grand procession of the citizen I of Tulare county on the Fourth of July next, for ths purpose of suitably celebrating the Kid Anniversary !of American Independence. The procession will form at Id o'clock A. St., in front of the Eagle Hotel iv Visalia. The procession will form as follows : GRAND MARSHAL. VISALIA BA&MQNX, Oka roit ok tut. Day, And Header of the Declaration of Independence, iv carriages. Citizens on Foot. Citizens in Carriage*. Citizens 00 Horseback. The pro, "ss!ou will commence moving precisely at half part 10 o'clock, a. m., and proceed down Bridge street to Mill street, down Mill to Licist, up Locust to the Grove in front of the U.S. Land Otlirc, where the Exercises of the day will commence. The following is the PROOrtAMME. MUSIC—HY THK "VISALIA HARMONY.' 'Heading of the Declaration of Independence, by . J. W. Fukkmax, Bat* MCSIC. OIIATION—Hy S ('. IIIIOWN, I-^S...

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WHY BE UNHAPPY ? [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 2 July 1859

WHY BE UNHAPPY ? What's the use to be unhappy, What's the use to fume and fret ? What's the use to look behind you, Nursing up the vain regret ? What if life is clouded over With its sorrows dark and wild ? What if fortune docs look sternly ? Hsth she never sometimes smiled ? Why, if you must taste the bitter, "Will you fling the sweet away ? Fighting ever with the crosses That you meet from day to day. Why disquiet those around you With complaints you should suppress— Weary those whom duty bids you Still to comfort and to bless ? Look at yonder little insect, Sporting in the sun's bright beams; Listen now ; and hear the music Of your laughing little streams. Look st nature all around you, And above, where'er you stray. Mute creation's ever singing! Happy I! it seems to say. What the use to be unhappy ? What's the use to fume and fret ? Pluck up courage, laugh at trifles, And you may be happy yet. An Indian and Oxen "Seeing the ELEPHANT."—On 13th June, while the elephants were on th...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 2 July 1859

SAN FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENTS. OCTAVIAN 110008. /.GUN* 11. MADISON. HOOGS St MADISON, BROKERS,^ P'BT REAL ESTATE AGENTS, And Collectors, Etc. Office, 110 Montgomery street, Han Francisco. MONEY TO LOAN ; Houses and Lots for sale anil to let. Persons leaving the State, wishing an Agent, will please call, and their property will be attended to. CI TV iiefkkexces : Messrs. Flint, Pcabody ft Co; W. K. Van Allen, A. R. Forties, .lanson, Pond <fc Co.; W. G. Badger, G. K. Fitch, Bradshaw ft Co., W. F. Herrick, M. S. Whiting. l-3m KJEBBKI & BRO., DBALBBS IS Musical Instruments, Sheet Music, Rooks, 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, received by every mail. Letter, Note, Cap...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 2 July 1859

SAN FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENTS. j WHEELER & WILSON'S FIRST I'UKMIt :« Family Sewing Machines, At Reduced Prices. rpHE HIGHEST PREMIUMS were awarded L these Machines in 1800, at the following Fairs and Institutes - Missouri, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, Illinois, Wisconsin, St. Lams, Mississippi, Michighn, Baltimore, New York, New Jcasey, 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 even' 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— :. 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, 6. Beauty of stitch and firmness of scam. 6. Economy of thre...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 2 July 1859

SAN FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENTS. (i It OVK It & 13 AXE R ' 8 Family Sewing Machines. Price.l from |7fl to 8160. New Styles - - - Great Improvements. THF.Y HEM, FELL, GATHER AND EMBBoron in s 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 Mitch is stronger and more elastic than that niailc by hand. Cotton, silk, or linen thread, is used from tlie Original tpoolt, an advantage being thus secured over every other Machine. Each scam is fanned by the operation of the machine, without recourse to the hand needle, as in others. Their undeniable and essential ad\nntafcs will be apparent to all upon examination or trial. SEND FOR A CIRCULAR containing cuts, prices, samples of sewing, etc. (TT All machines warranted. Full and explicit directions aceompaymg each M " ChJne - GROVER ft BAKER S. M. CO, UK Montgotuerv street, San Francisco. R. G. Rkowx, ...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 2 July 1859

Swamp Lands. Many claimants of Swamp Lands, under the arts of 1818 and V)S, hy faiing to make payment of intenet in the piescribeil 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 April, from which it will appear that such persons, by paying up their back interest and sending their receipts to the Regis, ter before October next, arc relieved. To the Purchasers of Swamp and Overflowed Lands. HAITI persons who have purchased Swamp and Overflowed Lands from the State, under the laws of 1855, and 1e5.,8, not fully understanding their intent and meaning, have failed to comply with some of their provisions, which failure would prevent the acquirement of title from the State. The act of 1855 required payment to be madcthirtv days from the time the survey was completed—that is payment in full, or the first year's interest. In very many cases payment was delayed for a few days a...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 9 July 1859

Harvkst. —The harvest in our county is now briskly going forward. The crops never looked better, and there, is groat promise of an abundance of grain of all kinds this season. We shall have a large surplus of grain for market this fall, wluch will fill Dp the depleted pockets of our farmers, and repay them for all the toils of the year. Wheat, Barley, and all the othur crops are in fine condition, though the corn crop in some localities has been somewhat injured by the ravages of a worm, which, making its way into the ears, eats off the kernels, we believe., however, that it lias not clone any very matorial damage to the com crop in this vicinity, Run.—On Sunday night last we had a slight shower of rain, as also on the forenoon of Tuesday. We learn by the stage from White Kiver, that Linn's Valley and that vicinity has been visited by several heavy showers during the past week. The weather during the past few clays has been warm, though not excessively so, Whitmokk's FEKfeY, at King...

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Fourth of July. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 9 July 1859

Fourth of July. Since the 4th day oi Juljr, <<>. the day mu--1 lowed to the memory of the American people.as witnessing the "Declaration of Independence,'' . Old Sol has never risen from his couch with n brighter smile than on Monday last. The day was indeed delightful, such a one as onlydawns upon tho azure sky of California, and its first light was hailed by a national salute of 113 guns, given by Captain Warner, which ! startled us from our bright reveries in the hazy ; labyrinths of dreamland. At sunrise Capt. W. gave another salute of "33" guns, one for each jof the States of our Union. At an early hour, 1 our town was thronged with visitors from the country, all filled with enthusiasm, and dctcr- | mined to celebrate the natal day of their 1 country. It was indeed a source of great I pleasure to ns. to see our friends from the ' country turn out so generally, for to our mind, ! these enthusiastic celebrations, showing the deep devotion ot Ameri...

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Honey Bees in Fresno. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 9 July 1859

Honey Bees in Fresno. j Somk two years since, Mr. C. Wright, ' :of King's River, procured four hives of hcney ! ! bees at San Jose; he has now thirteen hives, all in a most thriving condition, and brought several boxes of fine fresh honey in the comb to j our market some days since, for which he found a ready sale. The locality of King's river is peculiarly favorably to the raising of llecs, the early and late rains making two crops of I flowers, and the honey-dew, a sweet saccharine f substance found on the leaves of plants and trees, affording a third source from which the DOM can gather their precious stores. Thus the season affords three crops of honey, and the winters being mild and short, very little is required for the subsistence of the bees during the winter. The cultivation of honey must be the source of much profit to those who engage |in it, as its price in market is nominal with the seller. 1 Col. liockridge, the fillibustcr, has an agent named llrent at Pike's Peak now...

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The Artesian Well. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 9 July 1859

The Artesian Well. IV* call the attention of the public to this enterprise, which is still going on under the supervision of Messrs, Bostwick & Co. as an experiment, in the success of wbich,cvery citizen, not only of Visalia, but of this whole valleyis directly interested ; as settling the question, whether or not, water can be brought to the surface by the same Sample means by which it is obtained in many other parts nf the State. The expense necessarily involved in this undertaking is much greater than it would be, could any correct or approximate estimate be made as to the depth at which water can be found, as many precautions are required which on a second effort, should the present succeed, would be unneceessary. The workmen have now attained a depth of 200 feet, 120 feet of which has been mostly through clay, and it is highly probable that water can he obtained whenever they reach the bottom of this stratum, as evidenced' by the fact that it is usuallyfound at the ...

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WASHINGTON, June 12, 1859. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 9 July 1859

WASHINGTON, June 12, 1859. Toe various railroads between New York and Charleston, and their connections with New Orleans via Florida, submitted to tin Post Office Department a formal proposition, yesterday, for mail service from New York tc New Orleans in four days. The Postmastct General reserves his decision until competing routes via Cairo, in one direction, and through Virginia and Tennessee in another, can present proposals. The dispatches expected from Gov. dimming relative to the dispersion of the Mormon militia, did not reach the War Department, yesterday. Two of the steamers recently returned from Paraguay. have been ordered to the coast of Africa, and three to the Gulf of Mexico. Shubrick. as Commodore of the Paraguay expedition, ordered the reports to be made t< him, of all the details of the expedition, for tin future guidance of the Government, and thu it was disclosed in the general report to the Secretary of the Navy that the vessels of that expedition were...

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TWO DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE. THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 9 July 1859

TWO DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE. THE WAR. Tin: news from the seat of war k unimportant Ah official Sardinian bulletin says Sardinians passed the Sesia in the face of the Austrains who were fortified at Palastro, after a severe conflict, and carried the place, making many prisoners. The Sardinians were under the 'immediate command of King \ ictor Emanuel. Garibaldi wus making some bold movements in Lombardy. On the 27, after a furious fight of three hours, he entered Como. The Austrians retreated to C'anierlalhi. where the combat was renewed, and the Austrians again retreated toward Milan. All the steamers on the Lake were in the hands of the patriots. It was reported via Berne, that on the 29th, Garibaldi was defeated by a superior force, and withdrew into the Canton of Tessin, but this lacks confirmation, and Turin dispatches give the impression that he was making further progress. The contents of the French bulletins are unimportant. The Emperor was about to move his headquarters from ...

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LIST OF LETTERS [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 9 July 1859

LIST OF LETTERS KIIMAINING IN THE POST OFFICE, AT VISALIA, For the quarter ending June 30th, IS.W. Persona calling for letters, will please say, Advertised. Atwill, A B Kelscy Benjamin Adam*, Wb. Kcnsell Mr Atchley, Win. R Keener J 1) 2 Atldnson. J F 2 Levers Ihos R Asliiii". Win O '{ I,fwis Maria Arnold, Tho*. G I I.a v .die Gcrtruds Abellc, J I) Lobb James Blair, .1 & Lain David B Rnling, M'ra. E Milliken George Blotter, Theodore Merrell M 8 Bsutwell, Samuel Mann A 1' Beamsan, Henry Morgan Archibald Curtis, James Morrison Win Curtis, J M M I'eely Joseph Crabtree, James 1 McKav'Robert <'hevalier, J. B 2 Mcllu'll F 2 GostSS, Wm Noycs Flepha 2 f'owen, Wra Fearce Fnah M Campbell, wm Painter David F Campbell, David I'hillipson Mr Uaoaran. Thos. B Powell 8 Gampbcl), B*V. Moses Fham A O l)u|iee, William M Roberts Cornelius 8 Davis, David 3 Roberta Owen W Dewitley. Wm M Rankin James Day is I, V Redfield Leonard Eichles, George Sanborn Osborne Farfield Rev S Sanborn ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 9 July 1859

Candidates' Notices. For County Judge. To the Voters of Tulare County.— C. lUdd the present incumbent of the Office of County Judge' offers himself for your suffrage* for reelection to ell" the same office. , His official conduct during tlie period he has occu. pied that position he offers as a criterion from which to judge of his future, and hopes, if rc-clc«ted, to be aide to fill the position creditably and to toe-satisfac-tion of his constituents. D" WII.UAJI Hiooi.vs announce, that he is a candidate for the office of County Judge at the ensuing election in Scptemher next. ' , For tho Assembly. 17 T. M. Hkston is an Inde|H?ndent Candidate for the Assembly, at the ensuing Election. • IP A. M. Donaldson would respectfully announce himself to the citizens of Fresno and Tulare aa a Candidate for the Assembly, at the ensuing Flection in September. « O" To the Voters of Tulare and Fresno Counties.— The undersigned respectfully announce* himself as a Candidate for the Assembly. He refe...

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Visalia. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 9 July 1859

Visalia. / Few ))PO]j)c beyond the borders of our county, and indeed, some within its boundaries, who iiave never visited our thriving young town, can form any adequate idea of its resources, its rapid advancement in wealth und population, and its prospects of future greatness. Its name is often mentioned abroud, and lite inquirer, anxious for information, eagerly inquires, "Where is Visalia? The day however is not far distant when the whole world shall know where Visalia is, and when its nante shall be no more an enigma to the most unsophisticated. Indeed its importance as being the nucleus of one of the richest agricultural portions of the State, is beginning already to attract the attention of California, nnd the influx of population this season has been enormous. Though it is now but four years since tlie settlement of this place commenced, it has l)ccn rapidly increasing in wealth nnd importance, not with the feverish excitement which chsracteriies the growth of many ■of our we...

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Fourth of July on Tule River. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 9 July 1859

Fourth of July on Tule River. fin that glorious day, never to he forgotten hy the American people, a portion of the brave sons, anil fair daughters of "Our Country" assembled at the bouse of Mr Shephard, tocomniemorate the first bold stroke of their ancestors in throwing off the galling yoke of British oppression. When all wi re assembled and forms of introduction concluded, the unalloyed pleasures of the day commenced. Sitt fag in a cool, delightful arbor, free from the petty prejudices and jealousies ch:iracteristic of city life, and with a gay assemblage of ladies present, lighting up, and giving zest to the company by their bewitching smiles, and with the babies too, such babies SS yon rarely sec, with ruddy checks, sparkling eyes blooming in childhood's innocence, we enjoyed the day admirably. At the proper time dinner was on the table, which groaned beneath all the delicacies of the season: it was indeed a dinner such as kings might envy, and it was served by our kind hostess ...

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Post Office Arrangements. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 9 July 1859

Post Office Arrangements. Overland Mail, from San Francisco to St. Louis— arrives Sunday and Wednesday mornings. Departs on arrival. From St. Louis to San Francisco, Mondays and Thursdays. Departs on arrival. From Stockton to Visalia—arrives Tuesday and Friday nights. Departs Monday and Thursday mornings. From Visalia to Los Angeles, via Kinneysburg, Petersburg and Keyesvillc, arrives on the 8th and 23d of each month. Departs on the 1st and 15th. OFFICE HOURS —8 a.m. to 12 m., and from 2 to 5 p.m. Sundays, from 9 to 11 a. 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. Keyesville .... J. Caldwell. Petersburg..... A.D. Hight. Tule River (Goodhue's Crossing) .... H. G. McLean. Postage BY THIS Overland 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 Atlantic S...

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