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How to Make Money. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 15 April 1871

How to Make Money. Send to the American Publishing Company, Rutland, Vt., for their beautiful Specimen Book, and make teu dollar* the flrct day you show the book. Read their advertisement in another column, concerning the Parlor Album, and you will get full particulars. The Parlor Album contains more beautiful eniltellishments than any other work extant. The Specimen Book is sent free on receipt of postage. Success in Business.—Success in the business world usually depend upon being thoroughly prepared for its duties. Young men lif you would succeed in your business career, secure a good practical business education. Thin question being settled, the next is where to go. Why, go to the best, of course. Go to H bald's Business OOLLXOE, locut din the new College Building, 24, Post Street, San Francisco. This is the only school upon the Pacific Coast where young men can depend upon being thoroughly fitted for Bankers, Merchants, Clerks, and Book-keepers. This school is connected with th...

Publication Title: Pacific Rural Press
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A CARD. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 15 April 1871

A CARD. December, 1870. Having seen the prospectus of the Pacific Rural Prkss, ami believing there is great need in our comparatively new agricultural districts of iuch a journal at therein proposed, the undersigned do not hesitate to state that from the standing reputation tind success of its publishers, (Messrs. Dewiy & Co., proprietors of the Bcnmno Tress,) Ye believe the new journal will be worthy of universal trial by our agricultural and rural population, and that its publication will be fruitful of much usefulness to its subscribers and in forwarding the development of our natural wealth and prolific resowrces. CHAB. F. REED. President State Agricultnral Society. DR. J. S. CURTIS, Yolo Co. WM. B. iwhks, tote Preat. North'n Pint. Ag.Society. KOB'T BECK, s.c y cal. state Agricultural Society. C. T. WHEF.LF.R. Member State Hoar.lof Agriculture. hoist HAMILTON, member st. Bond of Agriculture. E. MlLl.s, Member State Hoard of Agriculture. I. N. BOAG, late Sec y State A...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 15 April 1871

SCIEKTIFIC AND RURAL PRESS.—L. P. McCarty, traveling and corresponding agent for the ''Scientific" and "Rural Press," papers published by Dewey A Co., San Francisco, was in town this week soliciting subscriptions Miners ami farmers can get more information from these journals in relation to their special vocations than from any other publications now being issued in the State The "Kural" was commenced with the year and promises to become a very popular agricultural paper, having already gainedan extensive circulation.— [Sonora Democrat. Rural Press. —L. P. MeCarty, traveling agent for the San Francisco ''Rural Press," is now in this town soliciting subscribers and collecting statistics and other information for the paper The "Rural" is a large, well-conducted paper, containing a great variety of important information to the farmer, gardener, mechanic, or merchant, and we are pleased to see that it is attaining a large circulation throughout the State.- [San Joaquin Argus, Snelling, ...

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What our Neighbors say of the Pacific Rural Press. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 15 April 1871

What our Neighbors say of the Pacific Rural Press. It is a beautiful And valuable sheet.— Snn Jose Ind, The first No. evinces marked editorial ability Kills up a vacancy that has been felt in our agricultural department. ....With its publishers then) is no such word at fail.— Ml, Sftuengtr. We believe every subscriber will be satisfied with the Investment of the price of subscription, $4.— [Stmora Dem. It ii a work which no farmer should bo without.-! Yrtka ''Union. An admirable specimen both as to elocution and content!. ... Contains a largo amount and great variety 'of attractive reading matter and MVeral excellent illußtrations.-[.S7u<A. lon Daily lml. A large 16-pago weekly. Tlie Hural Press will bo to the Pacific coast what Moore's Hural New Yorker is to tht'tMiildie and Northern States.-, /■:»- -\mil Any Intelligent farmor in the State will consider hit money well Invested by subscribing for the new paper. •■ Honest, intelligent and correct information will be faith...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 15 April 1871

Send in your subscriptions at once to DKWKY & CO., publishers, No. 411 Clay street, San Francisco.

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Page 238 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 15 April 1871

1871. l8 7ISUBSCRIBE FOR THE Overland Monthly The only Literary Magazine PUBLISHED ON THE PACIFIC COAST. Th.SUthV.hme.fthi.pop.. £$i wf^j'^3 Terms: — *4.00 *" annum, The Sixth Volume of this popu. iipHS^^l a blt in aJ-wice lar California Magazine will com- |I|lm J'" a'ein advance. lar California Magazine will com. KM'^Mlftt^y i . , ™cc ,vu,, .h. fanu^ Nun-K-r Wj^^ for IS7I. We promise our read- ~JLfjHKBSg. and each additional copy. 53.00. For crs rich things during the coming 1 L^SE^v«!^*ft*J**jisi' every Club of Twenty Subscribers, au year "^aSjjipPvSgfelj^ extra copy will b« furnished gratis. PUBLISHED BY John H. Carmany & Co., No. 409 Washington Street, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. Bound Volumes.— Numbers—from January to June, and July to December—constitute a volume. Bound volumes will be sent, post-paid, for $3.00, paid in advance. THE EAGLE HAY PRESS. The above is a correct representation of this remarkable Eagle Hay Press, THE INVENTION OF J. A. McQILLIVRAL, OF ILLINOIS, T...

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Page 238 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 15 April 1871

PA. BLOK >V Ll*U IT In Five Quarto Volumes. \\ l PRICE, 14 PBB VOLUME, OR f*o PER BIT, Complete. Description of the Work. The PARLOR ALBUM is doubtless the most extensive ART G U.I.KKY ever published,and, by those win. have examined the sevi ral portions of the work, it has been pronounced "The Climax of Beauty." Each volume contains 90 full page Chromo Lithographs, la Oil Colors, *fl full page Mrei Engravings, 10 fufl page i ngravint;s mi wood, sad 360 pagi ■ of reading matter, descriptive of the Illustrations, the while making each volume about "iii half as thick, and sami sized pages, of Webster's largest Dictionary. Each volume is complete in itself ami will be sold separately, if desired. Sold by Bubacribtion, only. Vol. I. is ili voted to Wild American Birds. Vol. ii. contains Wild American Animal-. Vol. 111.. American Domesticated Birds and Animals. Vol. IV.. Foreign Birds and Annual-. Vol V., Fisbi s. Reptiles and Ii This work will at once commend itself to the cu...

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Page 239 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 15 April 1871

KELSEY'S NURSERIES, O A X LA N D. Established in 1852. CITY DEPOT, 317 "Washington Street, San Francisco. The Proprietor having upwards of 100 ACRES OF NURSERY GROUNDS, well stocked with all the leading and best varieties of Fruit Trees and Fruit Bushes, also, Evergreen and Deciduous Trees and Shrubs, including the rarest of Conifers, can (ill all orders on tho most reasonable terms, and with dispatch. Choice Roses and Pot Plants of every variety. Trees and plants securely packed to travel any distance. POKEST TREES of Australia, Europe, China and Japan, in fact we aim to have and to Ret all and everything desirable. Parties planting can find in this establishment whatever may be wanted, for use and beauty in furnishing a place without being obliged to go from one nursery to another. lvlr W, F. KELSEY, Proprietor. FLOWER SEEDS! Our New Illustrated Catalogue, Containing lists o Stove and Bedding Plants, Flower Seeds, Hardy Herbacious Plants, Dahlias, Gladiolus, Lillies, and other bul...

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Page 239 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 15 April 1871

LOS GATOS NURSERY, On the Lob Gatos Creek 2 miles south of San Joso. This new nursery now contains as nno an assortment —of— FRUIT TREES, ORNAMENTAL TREES, FOREST TREES, NUT TREES, SHRUBS AND PLANTS, AMERICAN, EUROPEAN AND AUSTRALIAN EVERGREENS, AND PALM TREES t j, of as any first class nursery in jf^Apyfy the State of California with Ifc£ltf#Qyr "^JA£i^ this advantage, viz: we have jfi&t^jljlfi* y4B2a^' , no old scrubby stock to get j/j^&&J*5C» * jSy'v't-' rit* °'" Every can: has been "^i^jnSjt^ *rf'\ \ taken to secure Reliable Standard Sorts, AND BEST VARIETIES { Proper {[Training, and VlirorouN Growth! Wo invite Norsebymen, Dealers and Planteks, to examine our STOCK AND PRICES. Our large and splendid collection of NUT TREES, we deem worthy of special mention. These include 2000 Chestnuts, 1, 2 and 3 years old. 5000 Pecan Nut, 1 2 and 3 years old; Wood very valuable for timber. Butternut, 1 and 2 years old. States Black Walnut, 1 and 2 years old...

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Page 239 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 15 April 1871

California Stock and Poultry ASSOCIATION. THOMAS E. TINLEY, Manager. Office 113 Leidesdorff st. Yards cor. Laguna & Washington SPECIALTY. Light Brahmas, the largest and best bred stock In America. ALSO Dark Brahmas, Houdans, La Fleche, Derby Game, Dominique, White Cochins, Buff Cochins, White Leghorns, White Crested Black Polands, White Faced Black Spanish, Golden Laced Seabright Bantams, White Bantams, Silver Grey Dorking, Grey Dorkins. Pigeons.—Black Fantail's, Pouter's, Nuns, Priest's. Pigs.-White Chester, White Suffolk. LOP EARED RABBITS. Nothing: sent COD. CHOICE POULTRY. Light Brahma* and White Leghorn*, A few trios for sale. Also 3 very choice young /$!& HOUDON COCKS. /frltttm iP^^ h for hatching from the W f Bl'k African Bantams, MIIIOI.S A co., Importers and Breeders of Choice Poultry. 25v21 Fruit Vale Avenue, Brooklyn, Alameda Co. BAKER & HAMILTON, IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN IMPLEMENTS A\D MA CHINES, POKTJ. BLG STEAM EXGIXES, HARDWARE, Wou...

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Page 239 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 15 April 1871

SECTIONS, BARS, ETC. A complete assortment of REAPER AND MOWER SECTIONS, BARS, Etc., constantly on hand and made to order. FILES of every description made and re-cut —bt the— PACIFIC FILE WORK**, £53 Bealo Street, near Mission. SAN FRANCISCO. malBtf N. B. ADAMS, Supt. Crandall Patent Spring Bed, Received Premium for best Spring Bed at the State Fair and was on exhibition at all of jtho District Fairs n this State. IT EXCELS IN Lightness, Cleanliness, Elasticity and Durability, Any other Spring Bed Ever Invented. Being without upholstery in can be aired at pleasure; while the springs being in couplets are self-supporting, thus dispensing with cords, twine, etc., and from the peculiar construction of the various parts it is impossible for the bed to get out of order. Manufactory—l 23 Front street, near corner of M, Sacramento. COOIiKY «fc ORKEiV, Proprietor*. STEINWAY & SONS Patent Agi'affo Pianos, GRAND, SQUARE AND UPRIGHT. Pianos to Let- fi^PPfl A. HEYMAN, I street, betw...

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Page 240 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 22 April 1871

IHBSI '^iV^USHt** JAN FRAHC^Uf \<L,/ A f\PSTCi 4ss \p Is issued weekly on Saturdays, containing sixteen pages devoted to AK>'lciilturo, IHortlculture, Stoclc HaNiiiKi Domestic Economy, Homo Manufactures MeclinnlCH, Tinlii*il rlos, etc. With an able and ample corps of editors, special contributors and correspondents, we publish a liberal variety of articles, entertaining as well as instructive, which not only make the Rru.u. Press an able assistant to its patrons, but an attractive and welcome visitor to every reader in every intelligent Home Circle; for few there are—male or female —who will not find pleasure and ennoblement in the study of progressive farming and gardening. Honest, intelligent and correct information is faithfully given, in behalf of, and urging An improved Cultivation of the Soil; A greater Diversity of Products; Better Breeds of Stock; Better Varieties of Fruits; The Culture of New Products; Creation of New Home Industries; Adoption of Impro...

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Page 240 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 22 April 1871

WIESTER & CO., No. 17 New Montgomery Street (Grand Hotel), San Francisco. PATENTS BOUGHT .VINI> SOLI) OIV COMMISSION. Lowores Combination Tool. This device is just what its mine indicates. As Kitchkn .Ck Tool, it is indispensiblo. It will nt and lift with perfect safexiSr ty, any Stove Lid, Frying Pan, Pie Pan, Pot, Kettle, or any oth. fP«V*«____ i ri"~T" 5— ~-—~-* er vessel or dish used about a stove. It is iv complete tool for •• > ~ J-aafc- - ■-—^*~~ .■.^w.b-J stretching carpets, driving taekn, pulling tacks,*C, &C. It ~^Wu q^ -iSS&mM—ammmmmmm* nllswcrg th ,, double purpose of hammer and pincers, ami is alSiSK^^lfet^ so a good Nut Cracker. It is made of the best malleable iron, and the Hammer, Pincers and tack puller, are all hardened so as to stand the roughest usage,. An Agent is wanted in every town on the Pacific Coast to .ell this valuable little Implement. Retail price nfty cents. Weatiliira Improved Potato DifJtfcr....

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Page 240 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 22 April 1871

GEORGE H. POWERS, M. D., Oculist, lias removed to 19 Post street, Ban Francinco, tor Hours for consultation, 11 to 3. aplB-3m Eggs for Hatching. A limited number from my Imported Light Brahman of the famous " Duke of York" train, Dark Brahman of Boylei' Celebrated Stock, and Buff Cochins of Cooper's strain $13 per Setting of la eggs. Also Eggs from carefully selected stock as follows: Light Brahmas at 16.00 per Betting. HoiidaiiH Bearded) 10.00 per letting. Black African Bantams 0.00 per letting. Packed with care and delivered at Express Company's office in San Francisco All orders must lie accompanied by the Cash. Address 0. M. NICHOLS, Pioneer Poultry Yards, Fruit Vale Avenue, apls-lm Brooklyn, Alameda, Cal. Fine Chicken Eggs. The undersigned is now prepared to take orders for Dark Brahma, Buff Cochin, Silver Spangled Hamburgh, ami Silver Laced Sebright Bantam Egg*. These Chickens were Imported last year from T. C. Cooper's, in Ireland, and had received First Prises at Biruiingham...

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Page 240 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 22 April 1871

Jgs sW^S^ • 1 Pjflft Rk mxmw im F^ aim Poultry Yard N. W. cor. 16th and Castro St«., OAKLAND. THE MOST Important Improvement EVER MADE ON SEWING MACHINES lAN UK SXXM IS DM AT Till: HOWE SEWING MACHINE OFFICE. No. 113 Kearny Street. H. A. DEM NO, Agent. Bead the following endorsement, signed by our most prominent physicians : We, the undersigned, practicing physicians of Han Francisco, having examined and witnessed the operation ° MILLS' ADJUSTABLE TREADLE, for Sewing Machines, take great pleasure In giving our testimony to the great value of the improvement, in a sanitary point of view. The peculiar feature of this new Treadle is that the Foot-board is made Adjustable, both Vertically and Longitudinally, so that whatever the size or shape of the foot or shoo, the True Center of Motion of the Foot may Always lie Brought to Coincide with the Center of Motion of the Treadle, and held there, thus Permitting the Feet to Move on their Natural Centers Without Having First to Overcome the I...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 22 April 1871

PACIFIC RURAL PRESS Volume I.] SAN FRANCISCO, SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1871. [Number 16.

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California Improved Farm Wagon. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 22 April 1871

California Improved Farm Wagon. Last week we [Illustrated the celebrated Stndebaker Thimble Skein Farm Wagon ami gave a short history of tho origin and success of the Studebaker Company and of the introduction of those wagons on this coast. For contrast, and as a basis of some considerations in favor of home manufactures, "\vo this week give a cut of a California-made Improved Patent Truss, Axle, Thimble Skein Farm Wagon, manufactured by E. Sonic, of Sacramento. Until within a few years past, in consequence of the great expense of importing in their bulky form rcady-mado wagons and of the length of time neccessarily consumed in the voyage here by water, the California mechanics held almost a monopoly in supplying the farmers and others on this coast with vehicles of all kinds and especially with farm wagons. Tho importers of the raw materials, lumber and iron, used in the manufacture of these vehicles also had a good and profitable trade at almost their own prices. The importation b...

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