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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 2 June 1860

BILLIARD AND DRINKING SALOON, COURT STREET, Adjoining the Overland Mall Stags Oflea, VISALIA. A. J. MALTBY and ) *»,.„„-.•«♦— G. STEVENSON, 5 "©printers* THE undersigned would respectfully call the attention of the public to their SALOON, which has been tastefully Fitted Ur, containing ONE FINE BILLIARD TABLE, which will always be kept in good order, and at the sen ice of those fond of the Game. Billiards, twenty-five cents per game. THE BAR is, and always will be, furnished with a good supply of the choicest Wines and Liquors. The choicest brands of Havana Cigars, and all kinds of Syrups and Bitters—always on hand. Liquors of the very bert quality, sold by the bottle.. 42-3 m MALTBY & STEVENSON. mm mmm. r |MlIB old established house has been thorough* JL ly refitted, and the Table will at all times be supplied with the best the markets afford, cooked in French and American style. o*Meals at aU hours, by day or night. Citizens and the travelling public are respectfully i...

Publication Title: Visalia Weekly Delta
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Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 2 June 1860

Saturday Evening. How sweet the evening shadows fall, Advancing from the West, As ends the weary week of toil, And comes the day of rest! Bright o'er the earth the star of eve Her radient beauty sheds, And myriad sisters calmly weave Their lights around our heads. Rest, man, from labor ! rest from sin! The world's hard contest close ! The holy hours with God begin — Yield thee to sweet repose. Bright o'er the earth the morning ray Its sacred light will cast; Fair emblem of the glorious day That evermore shall last. My Mother. As I float down the tide of years, With vision dimm'd by age and tears, How gloomy all the world appears — Estranged from friend and brother. With weary steps I sadly roam, Far from my once bright childhood's home, Where thy lost boy will never come Again to thee, my mother! How gladly now I'd lay to rest This wean- head upon thy breast, Where thy pure love so often pressed, Potent each grief to smother. There all my sorrows were beguiled, WTiile thou implored,...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 2 June 1860

ARE YOU INSURED? THE NEW ENGLAND FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF HARTFORD, CONN. Capital, «250,000 WILL INSURE AGAINST LOSS BY FIRE in the town of VISALIA, on terms as low as any other good and responsible Company. Application for insurance may be made to S. W. BECKHAM, who will make a survey of the premises, and forward the same to the Compa nys Agent at San Francisco, who will execute the Policy and forward it by return mail. 0= All losses adjusted with cash immediately. WM. FAULKNER, Agent for said Company, Corner of Sansome and Merchant streets, 27-ly] Sax Francisco. HIOEIc do.'S LINE OF Semi-Weekly BTAGKB 2 FHOIVi VIBAUATO HORNITOS. i The proprietors of this line, having completed their arrangements, will run regularly, twice a \ week, from Visalia to Hornitos. Leaving Visalia j every Monday and Thursday morning, passing through Scottsbur;r and Millerton, and connecting, at Hornitos with Fisher St Co.'s stages for Stockton and Mariposa, and all the different stage lines running to an...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 2 June 1860

R O ITI A2l EVE BALSAM, For Inflamed Eyelids, AND for the cure of Scrofulous Humors and Soreness surrounding or near the Eye. In all diseases of this character it is almost a certain cure. The following extract from a letter just received, refers to one of many similar cases constants reported: Jersey City, Oct. 29,1859. Messrs. A. B. St D.'Sand's,— Dear Sirs —l have for a number of years been troubled with sore and inflamed eyelids, which, although they never caused me much pain, were very annoying on other accounts. I have tried a number of medicines at diflercnt times without the slightest success Seeing an advertisement of your Roman Eye Balsam, in spite of my scepticism t resolved to get some, and at least try it. lam now writing this in the fullest gratitude to inform you (JI could almost send you a fifty dollar bill) that a few, and only a few, applications have resulted in a complete cure. Respectfully yours, L. ZABRISKIE. Price, 25 Cents per Jar—Will be sent free by mail to...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 2 June 1860

YISALIA LIVERY & StLE Mil Corner of Court & Mnl s,reets * THE Visalia Livery Stable is fire-proof, built of Brick, and situated in one of the most eligible localities in the town—possessing every advantage for coolness and circulation of air. The appointments of this Establishment arc the most complete, of any in Tulare county, having constantly on hand a fine lot of BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES, and have added to our former stock, some of the most BUP* X OR HORSES, Adapted to the addle and Harness. Parties fitted out at sliort notice. Horses Boarded and Groomed by the day, week, or month. GOODHUE & POER. Visalia, July 2, l&W. 28-tf AgriculturalIMPLEMENTS. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF Agricultural Implements ssaiiable (or tiio Conning Seasen, ARE NOW OFFERED AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, At as Low I'riccs and on as Favorable Terms at any other House in tliis City. In our assortment will be found A FULL STOCK OF THE CELEBRATED Ohio Reaper and Mower FOUR H...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 2 June 1860

TREADWELI & CO.'S LIST OF MACHINES FOR THE HARVEST OF 1860. REAPERS. MANNY'S CELEBRATED REAPER AND MOWER COMBINED. Made by Woods, of Iloosic Falls. Made in 1859 stronger and bettor than ever before ; cuts six feet; snugly packed for shipping to remote districts. Made expressly for TREADWELL & CO., San Francisco. MCCORMICK'S REAPER—With New improvements, made in 1859—being the latest and best machines ever turned out by him. Six feet cut. Made expressly for TREADWELL A CO., San Francisco. HIISSEY'S RE APER—Substantial and effee tivc machine. BURRALI/S REAPER—A good and enduring Reaper. SEYMOUR & MORGAN'S, OR N.YORK REAPER—A fair machine. Cuts six feet. KETCHUM'S MOWER—Docs not reap. Cuts five feet. EAGLE REAPER AND MOWER—Cam motion. Cuts five feet. WOOD'S MOWING MACHINE—A splendid two horse machine. WOOD'S SWATHER—A new machine, work ed by two horses from behind ; can be raised and lowered to suit. II Ait V ESTERS. Halite's Illinois Harvester —A mo...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 9 June 1860

The Visalia Weekly Delta VOL. I. VISALIA, TULARE COUNTY", CALIFORNIA, JUNE 9, 1860. NO. 51.

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LETTERS FROM MONO. [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 9 June 1860

LETTERS FROM MONO. Mono City, May 19th, 1860. Dear Shannon :— Having promised numerous friends, on my departure, to write them in relation to this portion of the country, and will, with your permission, write them through the medium of your paper: In relation to its mineral wealth; I think it is good, but has been poorly prospected. Strangers coming in have every thing to discourage them—snow in abundance—weather cold—provisions scarce and prices high, money scarce and no credit; consequently, many return cursing the country, that know nothing of it, or its wealth, having never put a spade in the ground. My private opinion is, that if men are doing well at home, they had better let well enough alone, and stay at it. There will however, be, in my opiuion, many rich discoveries made here this summer. At present, with my limited knowledge of the mineral wealth of the country, I can say no more. There is at present, a great excitement relative to an Indian fight, at the sink of Walker's...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 9 June 1860

S. A. SUEPPARD, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, (I.ATB OF SAN FRANCISCO,) HAS KF.MOVED TO VISALIA, and will practice in the Courts of Tulare and neighboring Counties. [Jan. il-Jl S. C. BROWS, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, VISALIA. Office, in the brick building on Court street, opposite the Court House. L*' W. mTIjTaTfFORdT - ATTORNEY AT LAW, VISALIA. Will practice his profession in the counties of Tulare and Fresno. Office, in the building fonuerly occupied by W. G. Poindexter as a Sheriff s office, opposite the Court House. l/° t. O. STERNS. | 8. W. 11KCKIIAM. STERNS & BECKHAM, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, VISALIA. L. O. STERNS —Notary Public. Office, on Court street, near the Court House» [19 ROBERT C. REDD, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, VISALIA: Will practice in the various Courts of the Thirtecth Judicial District, comprising the counties of Tulare, Fresno, Merced and Mariposa. All business promptly attended to. Office on Mill street, with Dr. Thompson, next...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 9 June 1860

D. It. DOUGLASS, DEALER IK I GENERAL MERCHANDISE, Groceries, Provisions, Flour, Grain, dec. Stoves dc Household Furniture, VISALIA. [40 BOSTWICK dc WILIIOIT, FORWARDING, STORAGE, AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. STOCKTON. WILL receive and forward Merchandise to all parts of the Southern Mines, at the lowest Rates. Goods stored in Fire-proof 1 bidding, while on Transit, free of charge. Flour, Ground Feed, and Barley, constantly on hand and for sale. Office—Three doors below Centre Street, on the Levee, STOCKTON. REFERENCES: W. O. Sleeper & Co., Bankers Columbia. J. P. McKenna Union Hill. Milner & Vandcrsdale Shaw's Flat. Stone & Palterctt Sonora. C.'& F. Rutherford Sonora. P. J. Reyland Poverty Hill. H. W. Brown Montezuma. W. Brcck Chinese Camp. Deering ft Bro Jacksonville. Wells, Fargo & Co Stockton. Nash & Beamis Stockton. Stockton, March 34, 1860. 40 JOHN. 11. RICHARDSON, HOUSE, SIGN, & DECORATIVE Paper H...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 9 June 1860

G. W. ROGERS, WATCH MAKER AND JEWELLER. £5> The subscriber would reR P ec tfully inform the citizens of Viv&L* l>& salia and vicinity, that he is now prepared to do all kinds of repairing of Wotihes, Clocks, and Jewelry, it short notice. Store on Main street, in A. M. ttogers' Variety Store. Visalia, November 5, 1859. [33tf AND JEWELRY, <£5> For sale at reduced prices,, at Sweet's Building, next door to the Masonic Lodge vZI-Jb Ladies Shawl Pins, from 82 to #8. Ladies Cameo Sets, from $2 to 830. Sleeve Buttons, from 82 to $8. Gold Pencils, from fc'l to $20. Finger Kings, from •jSto 812. A complete assortment of Lockets, Bracelets, Watch Keys and Chains of every description. (TJ*Jewelry of all kinds made to order, Watches repaired, &c. CHARLES D. SIMPSON. Viialia, February 11 * [43 AMERICAN LAUNDRY! VISALIA. r P'HE undersigned will open a LAUNDRY in _L Visalia, on Monday next, the 27th inst. Having recent...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 9 June 1860

111 OIICS & JONES, Brick-makers and Builders, VISALIA, A RE now prepared to furnish BRICK to any I\. amount required. They will also make contracts to furnish and lay up brick in buildings at as low prices as can be afforded in the valley.— Persons intending to build this summer will find it to their advantage to give us a call before making contracts. HUGHES ft JONES. Visalia, April 28th. 45-tf VARIETY STOREI MAIN STREET, Adjoining the Jenny Lind Restaurant, I. ELIAS Proprietor. THE undersigned would respectfully inform the citizens of Visalia and vicinity, that he has just received from San Francisco a large and splendid variety of Goods, which he will sell Cheap for Cash! CONSISTING IN PART OF A full assortment of GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, LADIES' FANCY GOODS, of aU kinds. Every style and quality of Wall Paper, Borders, Window Blinds and Oil Cloth. Also, a full assortment of Perfumery. Cigars and Tobacco, BOOKS AND STATIONERY, Toilet Articles, Cutlery, The proprietor i...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 9 June 1860

have waited until the very last moment with the hope of receiving some news from the troops in Carson Valley, but are compelled t go to press without any information from the Indian war. It is more than probable that a battle has been fought ere this, between the forces sent out from Carson Valley and the Indians. Our dates from San Francisco are only to the 4th inst.

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Mono and Washoe. [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 9 June 1860

Mono and Washoe. We give three letters on the first page, from Mono, from gentlemen well known in this county. The dates are to the 22nd of May last. Since then Mr. L R. Ketcham, of Visalia, has arrived direct from Mono, which place he left on the 21th of May, and made the trip in nine days. Mr. R. informs us that when he left, the water had been turned into the ditch, and the miners were at work. He further informs us, that some of the claims were paying a pound of gold per day to the hand, and that the prospects generally were favorable for a rich yield of gold this season. He says that all the persons from this county, who remained, had claims and were busily engaged in making preparations to work them. Provisions were selling at fair prices—flour 20 its per lb.; bacon, 40 cts.; sugar and coffee, 50 cts.; and other articles in like proportion. Mr. K. states that a rich silver lead had been struck in the vicinity of Mono, and had been traced for many miles. The assays of the ore h...

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Exciting News from Mono. [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 9 June 1860

Exciting News from Mono. The following telegraphic dispatches are copied from the S. F. Herald of the 4th inst. Monoville, June 3, 1860. Gen. Clarke—Sir .-—lnformation has just been received that the Indians have commenced depredations upon this settlement. A party of miners, prospecting, were attacked at Owen river, and three of the party killed; the fourth escaped badly wounded. The dispatch then goes on to state to the following effect: That great fears were entertained for the safety of the immigrants by way of Tulare and Merced, who could not possibly know of the Indian outbreak, and would therefore be off their guard. It was also feared that the Indians being routed, in the north, would full back upon that settlement in great force. Efforts were being made to organize two companies of volunteers, numbering from eighty to one hundred each; but as they were without arms or ammunition, they prayed Gen. Clarke to forward them five hundred stand of arms, five thousand rounds of amm...

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Fourth of July Celebration. [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 9 June 1860

Fourth of July Celebration. At a meeting held on Saturday evening, 2nd inst., the following proceedings were had: The meeting w as called to order by A. McGcarv, ' who nominated C. G. Sayles, as President of the meeting, which being seconded and passed ncm. con., Mr. Sayles took the Chair. After an appropriate address, the Chair called on some person to state the object of the meeting, when several voices called for A. J. Atwell, Esqr., who stated that the object of the meeting was to j appoint a committee of arrangements, whose duty it will be to select an orator to address the citizens of Visalia, and vicinty, on the 4th day of July next; and to make such other arrangements as would make the coming anniversary pass off happily —he concluded by nominating H. N. Carrol, Sec'y —which after a division of the house, was carried. The following resolutions were adopted, after sonic remarks by Messrs. S. W. Beckham, R. C. Kedd, and O. K. Smith: Resolved, That a committee of five be appoin...

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Progress of the War. [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 9 June 1860

Progress of the War. From the San Francisco Herald of the Ist inst. Camp at WlLLIMS Station, May 31. The troops, volunteers, and regulars, leave today for the Truckee river. On the 20th the Indians attacked a detached party of the volunteers at this place and wounded two of them. A party of thirty mounted men and one hundred and fifty infantry, in reserve, had a skirmish with the Indians —about two hundred —the Indians commencing the attack. Four Indians were killed and one volunteer wounded. Yesterday, the body of J. M. Flaming, one of those killed at this place, about the l5th inst., was hauled out of the river. An arrow was found sticking in his shoulder. No doubt of the massacre here being the work of Indians. Millers Station, Carson Valley, May 31. Col. Snowden, Commissary of the Volunteers, h is just arrived from camp at Williams' Station. He reports it is generally believi:d that Winnemu ca, head chief of the Pah-Utes, was killed in a skirmish on the morning of the 29th. Five...

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A MODEL WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Visalia Weekly Delta — 9 June 1860

A MODEL WIFE. Perhaps few men are more observant Of woman, than your humble serv ant, And none perhaps can boast more knowledge; Unless perchance he's been to college. I've traveled some, I've lived at home, In taking notes I write them down; And mostly in a handy pocket, My friends may find a good sized docket. I find my labor compensated By knowledge that's accumulated; And always in my book of notes, I intcspcrse some anecdotes. But what I wish to say that's funny, Is close allied to matrimony; A flrstrate wife is Just the wrinkle. That any time would suit your wide. As time goes on and age advances, Of course, we sometimes meet with chances: But then our notions deeply rooted, Have rendered us not easy suited. Sonic arc too proud and dress too flashy, And some too slim and some too fleshy; Some are too short, you cannot love 'em, Some so long they're way above 'em. Some laugh too loud, some are too lazy, And some too cute and some too crazy; Some scold too much to suit the gents...

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