GOSHEN. Special Correspondence of the Delta. Goshen, July 20. Mrs. Ann E. Miller was seriously injured by being thrown from a buckboard wagon on Saturday last. The horses were frightened by a train of cars and overturned the vehicle. She is badly bruised about the shoulder and breast, but seems to be in a fair way to recover. The large warehouse of the Grangers Bank has been enlarged by an addition, 100x40 feet. About seventy Chinamen have been in camp here, engaged in raising the track where gravel has been placed. Crops are as good as usual. M. S. Featherstone cut the third crop of alfalfa the middle of July. W. A. Wallace has twenty-five acres of fine corn growing in a field where he cut three tons to the acre of grain hay in June. Pronounced Hopeless, Yet Saved. From a letter written by Mrs. Ada E. Hurd, of Groton, S. D, we quote: 'Was taken with a bad cold, which settled on my lungs, cough set in and finally terminate 1 in consumption. Four doctors gave me up, saying I could live but very short time. I gave myself up to my Savior, determined if I could not stay with my friends on earth, I would meet my absent ones above. My husband was advised to get Dr. Kings New Discovery for Consumption, coughs and colds. I gave it a trial, took in all, eight bott.es ; it has cured me, and thank God I am now a well and hearty woman. Trial bottle free L. V. Nanscawens drug store, regular size, 50e. and $1.00. The Modesto Ntws says: The Republicans of Tulare county have nominated a man by the name of Overall for sheriff. The name is certainly a very common one, still we doubt its popularity even i.i Tulare. Guessing at long range is now always crowned with successful resubs. The name of Overall is uncommon and is extremely popular in Tulare countv. Stage Line to Goshen. . .George Goodrich is now running a Stage line to Goshen, making three round trips per day. The stage leave? this city at 8:40 a. m., connecting at Goshen with north-bound passenger and Hanford and Lemoore train. In the evening the stage leaves at 5 .connecting at Goshen with south-bound passenger train to Hanford and Lemoore. The stage leaves again at 12 :40 a. m., connecting at Goshen with north and south bound passenger trains. It is a thirty minutes trip, with no delays at Goshen, and the ride is a pleasant one. Fare, 50 cents from any place in town to Goshen ; fare, going over and right back, 75 cents. 89tf The Portervilie Enterprise says: Arthur Street, representin': the department j of ethnology and archaeology, San Francisco, has been at the Indian reservation during last week taking physical measurements of the body and face of the Indian. The ohject is for tire purpose of making a series of charts show ing the physical characteristics of the various native people of the American continent for the Worlds Columbian Exposition at Chicago in 93. Dr. Franz Boas of Clark university, Worcester, Mass., is in charge of the work. The Goshen railroad is now selling round trip tickets to Hanford for $1.50 ; to Lemoore, $2 good for ten days. 111-135 imples The old Idea of 40 year ago waa that facial eruptions were due to a blood humor, for which they gave potach. Thus all the old saraperUIas contain pot-aah, a nauseating mineral, that lnatead of de-Creaairg. actually creates mor eruptions. You have noticed this when takingotherSarsaparillaa than Joy It is however now known that the Stomach, the blood creating power, la the scat of alljvitiatingor cleansing operations. A stomach clogged by indigestion or constipation, vitiates tlH blood, result pimples. A clean stomach and healthful digestion purifies it and they disappear. Yhus Joys Vegetable 6ar-aparil!a is compounded after the modern idea to regulate the bowels and stimulate the digestion. The efiett is immediate tnd satisfactory. A short testimonia to con-T.st the action of the potash Sarsaparilias and Joys modern vegetable preparation. Mrs. C. D. Efaart, of 400 Hayes EL, B. F , writes: I have for years had indigestion I tried a popular Ear-sr.parilla but it actually caused more pimples to break out on my face. Hearing that Joys was a later preparation and acted dl.Terently I tried it, and the pimples Immediately dlw ppeared.- P Vegetable S Sarsaparilla Largest bottle, most effective, same price. A. Griggs & Co., Agents. Holt Block. 1 JjOK AUDITOR. Andrew F. Thompson, regular nominee of the Peoples party of Tulare county for the office of county auditor, submits liis name to the voters of Tulare county and solicits their suffrages at the general election on the 8th day of Novem ber nestr- LITTLES Chemical Fluid SHEEP DIP. One gallon, mixed with 60 gallons of cold water, will dip thoroughly ISO sheep, at a cost of one cent each. Easily applied: a nourisher of wool: a certain cure for SCAB. Each drum contains five English or American gallons. LITTLES PATENT POWDER DIP (POISONOUS) Mixes instantly with water. Prevents the flj from striking. In a two-pound package there is sufficient to dip 20 sheep, and in a seven-pound package tnero is sufficient to dip 100 sheep. Catton, Bell & Co., (Successors to Falkner, Bell & Co.) SOLE AGENTS. 400 California St., San Francisco . Beware of Cheap Imitations. 2412 E. T. BUCKNAM FIRE. LIFE, ANE OCCIDENT INSURANCE dMJ BEAL ESTATE AGEXT. ALSO, NOTARY PUBLIC. 2 25 24 TULARE CITY. CAL. WHY DON'T YOU -USE- Fryers Abietene Cough Balsam? It is guaranteed to cure Coughs, Colds, and all Throat and Lung troubles. 53 52 OVERLAND Livery Stables. Court Street, Visalia. J. V. Huffaker, Proprietor. The undersigned has fitted up the most complete Livery Stable establishment in this part of the State. Finest turnouts and fastest teams ever brought to Tulare county. Horses boarded by the day or week on reasonable terms. A Hearse always in readiness send to any part of the county. GEO. F. LANGBICK, -proprietor or- Visalia Meat Markets. BEEF, PORK, VEAL. MUTTON, CORNED BEEF, SAUSAGE, LARD, ETC. j Always on hand and for sale at the lowest market prices. KIRKMAN & CO., DEALERS 15 General Merchandise. EXETER, TULARE COUNTY, CAL. FCall and examine oar goods and ascertain prices. G. i Eeal Estate AND- Insurance Agent. COURT STREET, VISALIA. CAL. POGUE & SONS, DEALERS IN General Merchandise, On Mineral King Road, Eighteen miles East of Visalia. Farmers Produce Taken in Exchange for Goods. We sell our Goods at a Reasonable Profit. We are not in the business for our health, but will give you a lair, square deal. All Goods Marked In Plain Figures. Mineral King Branch Store A general Provision and Fruit Store will be opened about June 15th at the above-named point. Two express teams will be kept on the road to accommodate the trade and travel. Families moved to and from Mineral King at reasonable rates. All freight left in our charge will be forwarded on short notice: Address: Pogue & Son, Lime Kiln. TESTED FOR YEARS. There is one, and only one, reliable evidence of the value of any article, and that Is a thorough test by long use. King's Koval Germetuer has been thus tested by thousands of the best people in the country, anil here is what a few say: EX-GOVERNOR HUBBARD Writes: In 18S9 my aged mother took several bottles of King's Royal Germetuer and experi-eneed decided relief therefrom, she suffered i from indigestion and dvspepsia, and these troubles were greatly relieved If not cured by the remedy. R. B. Hubbard. Tyler, Texas. I have used Germetuer in mv family since its discovery, and think it has absolute Virtue. The medicine has wrought some wonderful cures It is worth a trial to anyone needing it. H. M. Wells, Pastor Walnut St. M.E. Chureh.Louisville.Ky. I have use! Germetuer In my family ever since it w as first introduced here, over three years ago, giving it for everything for which it is recommended. I have cured myself of cholera morbus by one dose, have cured many boils bv Its use. I cured chills and fever after long treatment of quinine had failed, and have been greatly benefited in kidney disease. H.O Tyson. Atlanta, Ga., June', 1891. Germetuer stands on its merits as a specific for blood and nerves. Experience of lime proves it to be a reliable, safe remedy. Sold by druggists. Price, 1.00. ROYAL GERMETUER CO., General Agents. 13B Polk street, 8. F., Cal. i L. V. NANSCAWKN, Visalia, Agent. d50tf wl6tf Assessment Notice. YflSALIA FRUIT AND LAND COMPANY, V Visalia, California. Notice is hereby given that at a meetingof the directors, held on the 21st day of July, 1892. an assessment (No. 20) of two dollars per share was levied upon the capital stock of the corporation, payable on or before the 22d day of August, 1892, to the secretary, D. G. Overall, at the office of Jordan & Overall, in Visalia. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the 22d day of August, 1892, will be delinquent and advertised for sale at public auction, and unless payment Is made before, will be sold on the 6th day of Septembi r, 1892, to pay the delinquent assessment, together with costs of advertising and expenses of sale. 4. OVE n. g. HOT WEATHER Is here, and ICE almost a necessity. -THE OLD RELIABLE" Union Icf, Company quail . the season through at reasonable rates. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Ice Ilouse near the depot. Ice for sale in small quantities and orders left at Pendergrass & Steubens. 94tf V. H. CASTLE, Manager. Y'lfe yorst foe Is the title of a remarkable story, founded on facts, which takes the place in the Temperance lleform That Uncle Toms Cabin did in Anti-slavery keform. The book is endorsed by our nations greatest temperance workers. Cloth Sxmnd, fully illustrated, nearly 400 pages. Sent post-paid on receipt of $1.50. Agents wanted everywhere to push the sale and arouse temperance sentiment. Liberal terms given by L. P. MILLER & CO., 7 9 StocJrtoxi. Cal. A 5-Inclt Ad. Is not room enough to even ment'on briefly the scores of resorts throughout California! In Mountains we have between Shasta on the north and San Jacinto on the south the myriad peaks of the Sierras and the coast Coast Range. In Lakes there are scores, from the small glacier cups to the great inland seas of Tahoe, Clear and Tulare. In Mineral Springs we have hun dreds that cure all sorts of ailments. In Seaside Resorts there are scat tered along the coast at con venient inter vals enough salt-bathing and recuperat ing establishments to accommodate all inland leisure seekers. There is therefore no lack of variety, and no excuse for the dw'eller by the sea in not making a tour into the moun tains or the dweller in the inland valleys and mountains in not seeking a journey to the sea. The sum total of these remarks is that you, reader, need a change: you can better afford to take one than not. Mark that. You can take your choice of localities and you may be breaking some of the commandments if you do not attend to this matter. Far particulars regarding California resorts, call upon or correspond with any Agent of Southern Pacific Co. 25-28 OFFICIAL .GUIDE -TO THE- NOW READY. Nearly 400 pages, size 9x15 inches. Elegantly printed. Handsomely bound In silk cloth, embossed in gold. Superbly illustrated with magnificent representations of all the mammoth Worlds fair buildings, each building a full-page colored plate, executed in eight oil colors at a cost of nearly FORTY THOUSAND DOLLARS Many photographic views of Chicago, Including a superb birds-eye view of the entire city, size 15x25 inches. 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Address the sole general agents for this state, PACIFIC PUBLISHING CO. 1236 Market St., San Francisco, Cal. Taken in time, even Consumption yields to the wonderful effects ef Dr. Pierces Golden Medical Discovery. It wont make new lungs but it will make diseased ones healthy when nothing else will. There's reason for it, too. Consumption is Lung-scrofula. For every form of scrofula, and all blood-taints, the Discovery is a positive cure. Its the most potent strength - restorer, blood - cleanser, and flesh - builder known to medical science. For Weak Lungs, Spitting of Blood, Bronchitis, Asthma, Catarrh, and all lingering Coughs, its an unequaled remedy. Its a guaranteed one. If it doesnt benefit or cure, yon have your money back. Youve everything to gain from it nothing to lose. Its especially potent in curing Tetter, Salt-rheum, Eczema, Erysipelas, Boils, Carbuucles, Sore Eyes, Goitre, or Thick Neck, and Enlarged Glands, Tumors and Swellings. Great Eating Ulcers rapidly heal under its benign influenoe. OUR BULLETIN BOARD. VISALIA CHURCH DIRECTORY. Methodist Church (corner of Court and Willow streets) Preaching every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7130 p. m. ; Sunday school, 10 a. in.; prayer meeting, Thursday evening, 7:30 p. in. . Rev. James II. White, pastor. M. E. Church, South (corner Court and School streets) Preaching every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. in.; Sunday school at 10 a. m. Rev. J. H. Johnson, pastor. Christian Church (corner Court and School streets) Preaching every Sunday at 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school at 10 a. in.; prayer meeting, Wednesday evening. Cumberland Presbyterian Chureh (corner Oak and Locust streets) Preaching every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school, 10 a. m. ; prayer meeting, Wednesday evening, 7 :30. Rev. J. A. Scaggs, pastor. Catholic Church (near corner of Race and Church streets) Masses every Sunday at 10 a. in. Rev. Peter Farrelloy, priest. Presbyterian Church (corner of Church and Willow streets) Preaching every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Rev. James Wilson, pastor. RAILROAD AND OFFICE TIME CARD. VISALIA AND GOSHEN K. R. Leaves for Goshen to connect for points north and south 12:00 am Returns 2:00 am Leaves for Goshen to connect for points north and train from Hanford and Lemoore and to Hanford and Lemoore 9:45 am Returns 10:45 am Leaves for Goshen to connect for points south and train for Hanford, Lemoore and Memlota 6:15 pm Returns 7:35 pin , VISALIA AND TULARE B. R. Leaves for Tulare, connecting with north-bound overland 9:10 am Returns 11:00 am Leaves for Tulare 1:00 pm Returns 3:45 pm Leaves for Tulare 5:15 pin SOUTHERN PACIFIC B. R. Los Angeles train Leaves Tulare for San Franeiseo 1:00 am Passes Goshen, bound north 1:21am Passes Goshen, bound south 1:00 am Arrives at Tulare, bound south I:20a.-.i Overland train Passes Goshen, bound south 7:15 pm Arrives at Tulare, bound south 7:40 pm leaves Tulare for San Franeiseo 10:00 am Passes Goshen, bound north 10:29 am STAGE LINES. FARMERSVILLE AND EXETER. Leaves Visalia for Farinersville and Exeter at 5:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. Arrives at Visalia 9 a.m. and 9:30 p.m. CAMP BADGER AND SEQUOIA MILLS. Leaves Visalia for Camp Badger and Sequoia Mills every morning, except Sunday, at 6 a.m. Arrives at Visalia at 4 p.m. LIME KII.N AND THREE RIVERS. Leaves Three Rivers on Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 8 a.m., connecting with, stage at Exeter to Visalia. Leaves Exeter on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 8 a.m. GENERAL DIRECTORY. VISALIA POSTOFFICE HOURS. From 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., and after train arrives in the evening; oil Sundays, 9 to 10a.m. and 6 to " p.m. Mail closes at 9:30 a.m. and 4:45 and 9 p. m., and 8 p.m. oil Sundays. Mail closes for Gaines, Auckland and Camp Badger at 9 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays and 8 p.m on Sundays. Mail closes daily for Exeter, Lime Kiln and Three Rivers daily at 5 p.m. WELLS, FARGO A CO.S OFFICE HOURS. From 7 a.m. to 12 m. ; 1 to 5 and 7 to 8 p.m Sundays, 8 to 10 a.in,; 4:30 to 7 p.m. Express closes for San Francisco and points noth at9:15a.m; closes for all points at 4:30 p.m. HANFORD NURSERY DEPOT. MUIR, FOSTER, ORANGE CLING, SUSQUEHANNA PEACH, and ROYAL APRICOT And a full line of Fruit and Ornamental Nursery Goods at LEIGH OVERMAN'S NURSERY DEPOT, tf Hnnfnrd, Calif, Ayers HairVigor Makes the hair soft and glossy. I have used Ayers Hair Vigor for nearly five years, and my hair Is moist, glossy, and in an excellent state of ores-ervatiou. 1 am forty years old, and have ridden the plums for twenty-five years. Win. Hemy Ott, atiat Mustang BUI Newcastle, Wyo. Ayers HairVigor Prevents hair from fallingout. A number ol years ago, liy recommen-nation of a fneixl, I began to use Ayers Hair Vigor to stop the hair from failing out and prevent us turning gray. The first effects were most satisfactory. Occasional applications since have kept my hair thick and of a natural color. H. E. Basham, McKinney, Texas. Ayers HairVigor Regies hair after fevers. Over a year ago I had a severe fever, and when 1 recovered, my hair began to fall out, and what little remained turned gray. I tried various remedies, but without success, till at last 1 began to ii se Ayers Hair Vigor, and now my hair is growing rapidly and is restored to its original color. -Mrs. A. rolling Dighton, Mass. Ayers HairVigor Prevents hair from turning gray. My hair was rapidly turning gray and falling out; one bottle of Ayers Hair Vigor lias remedied the trouble, and my hair is now its original color and lull-ness. B. Onkrupa, Cleveland, O Prepared by Dr J . C A yer & Co., Lowe!!, J Bold by Druggist, and Perfumer. C. E. BERNHARD, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE Holt Block, rooms 2 and 4, Visalia. Cal d&w24tf IN TIPTON LINDSEY, Attorney at lA.w. holt salia, California. BLOCK, VI-' T v , '
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