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Terms of Courts, Tulare County. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 9 July 1859

Terms of Courts, Tulare County. District Court —Fourth Monday in February, June and October. Court of Sessions —First Monday of February, April, Juric, August, October and December. Count)/ Court —First Monday in January, March, May, July, September and November. Probate Court —Fourth Monday in every month. Hoard of Supervisors —First Monday of February, Ma/, August and November. County Officers. District Judge, K. Burke. County Judge R. C. Redd. District Attorney, ~...5. C. Brown. County Clerk, ...E. E. Calhoun. Sheriff', W. O. Poindexter. Treasurer, W. G. Russell. Assessor, - T. C. Hays. Surveyor, f. E. Scott. Public Administrator, H. C. Tovvnsend. Superintendent Common Schools,.E. E. Calhoun. Supervisors— G. E. Long, A. A. Wingficld, J. C. Reid. J

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

FRESNO COUNTY. District Court —Third Monday in February, June ond October. Court of Sessions —First Monday of February, April, June, August, October and December. Countu Court —First Monday of January, March, May, July, September and November. Probate Court —Fourth Monday of each month Hoard of Supervisors —First Monday of February, May, August and November. County Officers. County Judge, C. A. Hart. District Attorney, I. K. Clark. County Clerk, J. Savles. Sheriff, W. T. Scott. Treasurer, O. Rivcrcomb. Assessor, J. L. Simpson. Surveyor, T, C. Stello. Coroner, 1. McCrea. Superintendent of Common Schools, J. Sa vles. Supervisors—H. E. Howard, A. C. Bullock, C. Simpson. Tin: following Is the value of gold coin, established ar San FrancUco, by the bankers : California Twenties §19 80 California Tens 9 75 California Fives 4 75 foreign Ounces 15 (X) Mexican Ounces Hi 00 Foreign Eights 7 50 Foreign Fours 3 HO Foreign Twos 1 80 Sovereigns 4 85 Silver Five francs 1 00

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 9 July 1859

Cunip .Tlcetiiijr. 17 THERE WILL BE A CAMP MEETING held near Visalia, commencing on Thursday, the 36th day of August next, to which the brethren of the Methodist Church South and the citizens of the neighboring counties are invited to attend. (Mariposa papers and Pacific Methodist please copy.) Vitmlia, July '.), 1639. [id SELECT SCHOOL. 17 WM. A. BROWN will commence his First Term of Select School, at this place, in the Brick Church, on Monday next, July 11th. TniU —Three dollars per month, due at the end of each month. o-3m TD- 3R.. DOUGLASS |UJ" H.vvixo Rsst'MKD Bisixiss at his Old Stand, solicits the patronage of hit former customers and the public generally. He has on hand—Dry Goods, Clothing, Groceries and Provisions, Furniture, Crockery-ware, Hardware, Tin-war*, etc. A good asrortment of the celebrated Premium Stove ){,d Jacket. Doors, Window-sashes, and Blinds. Mii.i. BTUJST, Vis.vi.ia, July 1!. 'oil. [2-3 m» Notice. A IX PERSON'S ARF. HEREBY NOTIFIED il. to present their cl...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 9 July 1859

Administrator* .\<>f ■«■<>. State of Cauposxia, l County of Tulare. >'' In the Probate Court — ln the matter of the Estate of (i. fi. NOEL, deceased. A LL PERSONS holding claims nr demands J\. against the Estate of G. G. NOEL, decensed, late of Visalia, are hereby notified to present the same to the undersigned, with proper affidavits, at the office of S. W. Bcckham, in Visalia, within ! ten months from tlie date of this notice, or else the I same will he harred. And all persons indebted to I said Estate, either by note or account, are hereby 1 expressly requested and notified to call and settle forthwith. S. W. BECKHAM, ALEX. PUETT, Administrators. Vivw.ia June 20, 18.59. 14*1 Administrator's Notice State or California t~ County at Tulare, j In the Probate Court — ln the matter of the Estate of GEORGE ELY, deceased. 4 LI. I'KKNONS holding claims or demands 1\ against th.- Estate of GEORGE ELY, deceased, late of Tulare county, C...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 9 July 1859

J. L Wells, Visalia. L Swllt, 64 Battery st., San Francisco. WELLS & SWEET, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Groceries, Provisionas, Dry Goods, Clothing, Hardware, Saddlery Crockery, Paints, Oils, Carpets, Paper Hangings, Farming Implements, of 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, snd solicit sa examination of our GOODS, with the sssurance that the Largest ASSORTMENT of the soots 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 liberal patronage heretofore extended to them, they respectfully solicit a continuance of the same. WELLS & SWEET, l-3m Mid street, Visalia. Billup's Hotel!! Corner of Court and Mill streets, VISALIA. THE ABOVE HOUSE IS STILL OPEN FOR the accomodation of the Public, and no pains will be spared to make it a First-cl...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 16 July 1859

Enlare County Record AND FRESNO EXAMINER. VOLUME L VISALIA, CALIFORNIA: SATURDAY MORNING, .TULA' Id, 1809. NUMBER 4.

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THE NEW MOWN HAY. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 16 July 1859

THE NEW MOWN HAY. BY CHAUT.KS MACXAY. When swallows dart from cottage paws. And farmers dream of barley sheaves; When apples peep amid the leaves And woodbines scent the way— We love to fly from daily care, To breathe the country buxom air— To join our hands and form a ringTo laugh and sport—and dance and sing; Amid the new mown hay. A stranger comes with eyes of blue; Quoth he, "I'm Love, the young and true; I wish to pass an hour with you, This plesant summer's day." "Come in! come in! you saucy elf! And who's your friend ?"—"Tis Friendship's self." '•Come each —come both, our sports to share; There's welcome kind and room to spare. Amid the new mown hay." The ring is formed; but who are they ? "Come tell your errand, if you please; You look so sour and ill at ease, You dim the face of day." "Ambition !" "Jealousy !" and "Strife!" And "Scorn !" and "Weariness of Life !** "If such your names, we hate your kin; The place is full, you can't come in Amid the new mown hay." Another gue...

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Great Trotting Match Between Flora Temple and Princess for $5,000. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 16 July 1859

Great Trotting Match Between Flora Temple and Princess for $5,000. We have to record this morning one of the greatest gatherings at the Eclipse. Course yesterday, that ever assembled on a race track in this country. The event that drew so great a concourse together, was the announcement that the celebrated mare Flora Temple, and the noted California mare Princess, were to come together in a three mile trot over this course, in a race of three mile heats, to wagons, for the sum of five thousand dollars. Tho Long Island Railroad sent up several trains of cars at intervals loaded with human freight, until finally the number of persons assembled on the track almost defied computation. At a rough guess, however, the number present could not have been less than twenty thousand. Some estimated the number much higher, but we believe that twenty thousand is a close approximation to the truth. And this whole mass was one of the most orderly and quiet assemblages that we ever witnessed in the ...

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The Latest Dodge. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 16 July 1859

The Latest Dodge. Among the numerous expedients which have been resorted to in evading the "Maine Liquor Law," the following is the most ingenious : About a fortnight since a tall specimen of "Yankee manufacture" arrived in the £ood city of Portland, in the State of Maine, and established himself and luggage at the Elm Hotel. This luggage consisted of a small valise and a large oblong box containing (for the inspector had examined its contents), a quantity of hooks richly bound, which the proprietor had bought for the purpose of retailing about the city. After seeing his property placed in the room alotted to him, the peddler made bis appearance in the office with a volume in hand. He glanced his keen, shrewd eye leisurely around the room, which contained at that moment no one but the clerk and myself. "Fond of reading f inquired the peddler cf the clerk, when he had finished his observation. "Don't get any time to read," replied the clerk, tartly, busying himself at the desk. "I ra...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 16 July 1859

BUSINESS CARDS. DRS. GEORGE & ROBERTS, PHYSICIANS and SURGEONS, OFFICE —Next door to the Express Drug store, VISALIA DR. THOMPSON. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office—First door East of Billup's Hotel, 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. OFFICE -On Mill street, with Dr. Thompson. (Next door to Jordan & Johnson's store)— Visalia SAM. W. BECKHAM, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office —On Mill street, first door east of Billup's Hotel —Visalia. Particular attention given to collections, and charges moderate. L. O. STERNS, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, AND NOTARY PUBLIC. Orrics —Court street, near the Court House, VISALIA. 8. C. BROWN, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. )fficc—ln the brick building on Court street, opposite the Court House, VISALIA. 1-tf MORRIS & FREEMAN, WM. GOUVERN...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 16 July 1859

Wk give the latest news from the seat of war in Europe, which we copy from tho telegraphic dispatches of the St. Louis Republican, kindly furnished us by Capt. S, R, Hummer' who reached home by the kaat Overland stage. Tne corner stone of the Agricultural Hall, now being erected on the corner of Sixth and M streets, Sacramento, was laid on the Ist July, with appropriate Masonic ceremonies. C. I. Hutchinson, the President of tiie State Ag. Society, delivered an address on the occasion. We are indebted to the Hon. W. M. Gwin, for valuable Pub. Doo. Will receive attention. THE Floral Fair, held it Oakland, on the 18th of Juno, was very largely attended, and an extraordinary profusion of fruit, vegetables, etc., were exhibited. By the way, we notice that the Alameda Gazette has donned a new dress. Stockton has about one hundred and fifty wind-mills, and accordingly is dubbed "the wind-mill city." Consequently, the city is environed with beautiful gardens. St rrosED MURDER.—Mr. John Sylv...

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LATER FROM EUROPE. THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 16 July 1859

LATER FROM EUROPE. THE WAR. The steamer Anglo-Saxon brings most important news from the seat of war. A great battle has been fought near Milan, in which the Austrians wore defeated, with the loss of 20,000 killed ond disabled j 5,000 Austrians ! were taken prisoners. % The French loss is stated at 12,000. The Austrians have evacuated Milan. Second and Later Dispatch. A desperate battle was fought at Maglenta on the 4th of .Tune, between the allied army under the Napoleon and the Austrian army under Gen. Hess, in which unlimited forces were engaged on both sides. The Emperor Napoleon in his dispatches to the Empress at the Tuilleries, claims a decisive victory, saying that his army took 7,000 prisoners, disabled 12,000 and captured three cannons and two standards. He estimates the loss of his own army at 3,000, but it was rumored in Paris that the French loss was between 9,000 and 12,000. It is reported that there were from 150,000 to 180,000 Austrians, and 130,000 French engaged in ...

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Congratulation from Fresno City. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 16 July 1859

Congratulation from Fresno City. Messrs. Editors t It is with pleasure we welcome the first two numbers of your interesting paper. Its freedom from the narrow path of party polities, enhances much its value and enlarges the field of usefulness. • * We of this embryo city of the Valley feel anxious that you may be encouraged and sustained in your efforts to publish a good paper, and one that will be of service ia tlus growing section of the State. Thanking you for the interest you have see n fit to manifest in our welfare, we should be happy to have you pay a visit to this portion of our county. Fresno. Fiirsno City, July 7,1859. TriE wheat crop of Texas is reported at last accounts, as l>eing very fine, and the quality excellent An old wheat grower Bays that it weighs from sixty-five to sixty-eight pounds to the bushel, which is far superior to that o? the old States, showing Texas to be the best wheat-growing State of the Union. The following is given as the effect of ra...

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Culture of the Grape in Los Angeles. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 16 July 1859

Culture of the Grape in Los Angeles. DtAJt Sm: The ground should he well prepared % deep plowing, and then well leveled ssthc ground cannot be too rich, and if mixed fltti sand the better. The land should be laid off, so that each vine will be six feet apart every way; an acre will then contain about eleven hundred vines. Where each row of vines arc to be placed, there should be made a canal to convey the water upon the vines. The proper time for prunitig and preserving the cuttings is in the month of January. The cuttings intended for planting out, should be cut from three-quarters to a yard in length, selecting the end nearest to where it was cut olf from the old vine, and let the same be shortjointed, as it will throw out more roots. The cuttings are then tied op in small bundles of about twenty-five cuttings in each, and then carefully buried under moist earth, being careful that the earth be well distributed over, around, and through the different packages. In this way they sho...

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MARRIED. [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 16 July 1859

MARRIED. In Eldorado, June 27th, by Rev. Walter Krter, Hon. Oguem SqCIBBB, of I'laecrville, to Meat Anna M. Jackson, daughter of Chas. P. Jackson, Esq., of Eldorado. (Indiana papers please copy.)

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 16 July 1859

Candidates' For County Judge. To the Voters of Tulare County.—li. C. Redd, the present incumbent of the Office of County Judge, offers himself for your suffrages for re-election to fill the same office. His official conduct during the period lie has occupied that poeirttm he otters as a criterion from which to judge of bis future, and hopes, if re-elected, to be able to fill the position creditably and to the satisfaction of his constituents. (TJ* WiM.iam lliogins respectfully-eunouncea that be is a candidate for the office of County Judge, at the ensuing election in September next. For the Assembly. (JTJ* T. M. lIBaTOH is an Independent Candidate for the Assembly, at the ensuing Election. • JT7' A. M. Donaldson would respectfully announce himself to the citizens of I'resno and Tulare, as a Candidate for the Assembly, at the ensuing Election m September. * O" To tbe Voters of Tulare and Fresno Counties. —The undersigned respectfully announces himself as a Candidate for tbe Assembly....

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Tulare County Record — 16 July 1859

Tl'ou mm:.—The Soitora Democrat says, it j is rcallv astonishing to one who has not oh served closely, the great advance our citizens arc making in the cultivation of the vine and the various fruit tries. Hundreds of vinev irds and orchards, and hundreds of thousands of vines and trees arc to he met with in a days travel in our county. Wherever '.v.iter can he procured fbf lr ligation—whether it is the rich, loamy Hats, or on the red hill sides —there SsmsJlw well is the industry of the culturi-t rewarded. Indeed, it seen.s that the vine, at least, produces more abundantly upon the hills upon which is located, in thh neighborhood, some of the finest vineyards in the world. Apples, peaches, apricots, peais, plums and cherries flourish, and yield abundantly as the heart could wish. Already young fruit Leads the boughs with its burden—giving promise of a harvest in the fall, more than sufficient for home consumption. Homes are springing up around US, and as we view the arid hill, recla...

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