Elephind.com contains 56,693 items from California Farmer And Journal Of Useful Sciences
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 3,057 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
Circular. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 31 August 1855
Circular. The Executive Committee of the State Agricultural Society, beg leave to say to the Agriculturists of the State that as the time for holding the Annual Fair approaches the necessity for increased and energetic action throughout the State becomes, daily, more apparent. The officers of tho Society arc giving their time, attention and money to the furtherance of the work, but this will not suffice. Unless the Farmers, Merchants, Lawyers, Hotel Keepers and all others interested (and who is not?) come up to our aid, subscribe and pay their memberships and give countenance to the work, our approaching Fair cannot be made what it should be — cannot be what the resources of our State call for, what the honor of this most prominent interest demands. The State has made commendable appropriations for premiums, and the Executive Committee has published a schedule for the approaching Exhibition, and it is hoped that we may be placed in circumstances to show full statistics of Farms, Orc...
Agricultural Visiting Committee. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 31 August 1855
Agricultural Visiting Committee. At a meeting of the Executive Committee of the State Agricultural Society, held this day, Gen. C. I. Hutchinson of Sacramento, Rev. A. H. Myers of Alameda, Hon. Sherman Day of Santa Clara. Hon. W. W, Stow of Santa Cruz, and Gen. Allen of Yuba, were elected a Committee for the examination of Farms, Orchards, Vineyards. Nurseries. c., which may be entered for premiums at the ensuing lair. Although the time for such ay try has expired, yet the Committee is instructed to receive propositions for such entry until the 15th August, being bound, of course, to visit only those which may be within their range. Special pains, however, wiil be taken to answer all special requests. O. C. Wheeler. R. Sec. State Agricultural Society's Rooms, July 27,1855.
A Call [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 31 August 1855
A Call To every organized County Agricultural Society I am instructed by the Executive Committee of the Stale Agricultural Society, to ask the earnest co-operation of every County organization, and to ask of the Corresponding Secretary of eacli such infpimation of their several Societies as will make known to the Executive how much their Counties will do to further the interests of the Exhibition —what products, what stock and what manufactures may be expected from their several counties; and to solicit an active co-operation in this great work, ft is also very desirable that special delegations should be appointed to attend the Fair and to act in convention, and thus aid in promoting and advancing all the great and important interests involved.'J he Secretaries or other officers of each County are particularly desired to reply to the call at the earliest moment. Per order of Executive Committee. James L. L. F. Warren. Corres. Sec. State Agricultural Society.
FREE TRANSPORTATION TO THE STATE FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 31 August 1855
FREE TRANSPORTATION TO THE STATE FAIR. The Executive Committee of the Calilornia State Agricultural Society, take pleasure in announcing to those interested, throughout the State, that the California Steam Navigation Co., Citizens' Lir.e. of Steamers, California Stage Co.. Wells, Fargo &amp; Co., and the Pacific Express Co. have liberally and gratuitously tendered the services of their respective conveyances for the transportation, to and from the approaching Fair, of such articles as may he designed for exhibition, including stock and persons necessarily accompanying the same. Every thing of L'ke liberality from our citizens in any portion of the State, will tend to render the coming State Fair of greater interest, and make it worthy of the State and her people. By order of the Executive Committee. C. I. Hutchinson, President. Sacramento, July sth., 1855. Members to the State Society.—One of the plans to promote the usefulness of the State Society, is to aid them by the val...
Post Offices. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 31 August 1855
Post Offices. Conjugal Love.—The following is from the Journal of a gold digger in California. January 24th, 1850 : « A mail agent has come in to-day, and still no letters for me. It is now thirty-nine weeks since my last letter from home was dated. I would purchase one line from my wife with all the gold I have made during those thirty-nine weeks. February 4th. This is a day to be remembered. Letters from home. If any would learn the full significance of the words, let him pass ten months in California without one word from his loved ones, an unhappy exile from his family. It is an era in the mines—the arrival of the mail agent. How cheerfully are our two dollars a letter paid. It was like receiving back my family from the dead —those letters, after so long and weary a silence. I am happy ; and lam miserable. I am calm; and lam feaifully excited. It is an era in a miner's life when such although tardy messenger reaches hint. I have been present when many of these have given their t...
A Specimen of California Workmanship. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 31 August 1855
A Specimen of California Workmanship. In our walks around the docks and among the shipping we noticed theold favorite steamer New World of '50 and '51 memory, looking as new. gay and beautiful as wdien fresh from the shipbuilder's hands; and upon being politely invited by her excellent commander, Capt. Samuel Seymour, to inspect the alterations and improvements lately made, went on board for that purpose, and we now take great pleasure in presenting to our readers, the result of our hasty visit. It may not be uninteresting to know that the entire machinery of this steamer was manufactured in California, and the work would really reflect credit upon any manufactory in the world. We give below the dimensions of the castings and wrought iron work, and we think it will prove most satisfactorily that we are not behind our Eastern friends in the arts and manufactures. The cylinder is 48 inches in diameter with 11 feet stroke of piston, requiring over 8 tons of heated metal to make the cas...
To the Voters of California. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 31 August 1855
To the Voters of California. A correspondent of the Charleston Courier relates the following interesting circumstance, connected with Gen. Washington's last vote : ■'I was present when Gen. Washington gavo hifl last vote. It was in the Spring of 1799, in the town of Alexandria. lie died on the 11th of December following. The Court House of Fairfax county was then over the Market House, and immediately fronting Gadsby's tavern. The entrance into it was by a slight flight of crazy steps on tire outside. The election was progressing— several thousands of persons in the Court Houso yard and immediate neighboring streets, and I was standing on Gadsby's steps when.the Father of his Country drove up and immediately approached the Court House steps, and when within a yard or two of them I saw eight or ten goodlooking men from different directions, certainly without the least concert, spring simultaneously and place themselves in positions to uphold and support the steps should they fall in ...
A SPINNING-WEEL SONG. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 31 August 1855
A SPINNING-WEEL SONG. Km—" The Little House Under the Hill" I. Mellow the moonlight to shine is beginning; Clote by the window young Eileen is spinning; Bent o'er the tire her blind grandmother, fitting, Is croaning, and moaning, aud drowsily knitting— " Eileen, achora, I hear some one tapping." *' 'Tis the ivy, dear mother, agnlnet the glass flapping." "Eileen, I suicly hear somebody sighing." " 'Tis the sound, mother dear, of the summer wind dying." Mm lily, cheerily, noisily whirring, Swings the wheel, spins the reel, while the foot's stirring; Sprightly, nnd lightly, and airily ringing, Thrills the sweet voice of the young maiden singing. 11. " What's that noife that I hear at the window, I wonder!" " 'Tis the little biids chirping the holly-bush under." " What makes you be shoving and movine your stool on, And singing all wrong that old song of ' The Coolun I'" There's a Ibim at the cat ement —the form of her true love— And he whi. pers, with lace bent, " I'm waiting fjr you, l...
A Dream. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 31 August 1855
A Dream. I stood upon a noble steamer's deck. The moon shone lustrously —here and there fleecy clouds sped quickly across the deep blue, hiding as they passed the diamond that hung in the vault above, and sometimes they would cast a slight shade upon the deck where I stood. The sea, glorious ever in its quiet beauty, was only moved by slight ripples. Tho wave- enme dancing o'or the eea, la bright and glittering bands; Like little children, wild with glee, They clapped their dimpled hand-. Far as the eye could reach was one vast ocean, bounded by the horizon only. Not a spec upon the broad space : our steamer stood alone, " monarch of the ocean." I gazed upon the beautiful scene, long and happily, for it was beautiful," It bore the impress of Deity. Grand as it was, there was one chord more wanting: the scene was too beautiful to enjoy alone. The human heart ever yearns to give utterance to its feelings, its admonitions of the beautiful. But I was alone! Would that some bright spirit...
Ladies' Department. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 31 August 1855
Ladies' Department. tfP° To our Lady Correspondents.—We shall be most happy at all times to receive communications upon every subject touching " home blessings and comfort*," the subjects of Education, Domestic Cookery, and Huu-&lt;ewifery in all its departments ; F.-says upon the influence of the Mother. Wile, Daughter and Sister. These all will he most acceptable, and their publication tend to a more enlightened education upon such subjects. Writers can indulge their own feelings either in Poetry or Prose. It is our desire and intention to occupy two or more columns to the "Ladies Department," weekly, and we trust there are many very able writers that only need to let their light shine to be known and honored in this land. As our journal is intended as a "Family Paper," we trust this subject may be esteemed worthy those to whom it v addressed.
Youthful Recollections. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 31 August 1855
Youthful Recollections. Beautifully through the vista of a few short years comes floating back upon me the reminiscences of my happy childhood. Lovely visions greet me, visions of rainbow coloring; glimpses of my dear old childhood's home, all sunshine, my ears saluted by the birds warbling of the past. Nestled far away, amid clustering lulls of New EnKlund, ever rich with verdure, stands th#» quiet old red farm house of my aged father. The gray moss clinging to the roof, and the tall elms, of almost centuries' growth, are lovely still in my eyes, for they whisper of the loved and the lost, those playmates of my childhood's hours. Some of our household band, sweet sisters and manly brothers, now slumber in the cold dreary churchyard— their spirits returned to the God who gave them, those dear, cold, rigid, outstretched forms clasped in the embrace of Death, that grim monster, O ! I even now shudder at the slightest recollections Under the old elms that shaded the farm house, have th...
Miss Fortune's Opinion. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 31 August 1855
Miss Fortune's Opinion. We give space to the following communication without a critical review of the subject in question, or its tendency. We shall be glad to have the real name of the writer, and to hear from her again upon any subject, as we perceive she can wield the pen well: " In what contrast," says an exchange, " is the protest of Miss Stone, to the following remarks on ' Woman's Sphere,' by Charles Dickens:"— The true woman, for whose ambition a husband's love, children's adoration are sufficient; who applies her military instincts to the discipline of her household, and whose legislates exercise themselves in making laws for her nurse; whose intellect has field enough for her in communion with her husband, and wdiose heart asks no other honor than his love and admiration ; a woman who does not think it a weakness to attend to her toilet, and docs not disdain to be beautiful; who believes in the virtue of glossy hair and well fitting gowns, and who eschews rents and ravelle...
TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 31 August 1855
TO ADVERTISERS. In order that our patrons may have some una of the extent of our circulation in this country ami abroad, and the benefit which may bedciived from advertising in our paper, we publish the follow ing Hat as comprising most of the principal places in which our journal circulates, showing how useful it is to those who wish their business widely know n : | WCBWO, Sacramento, Stockton, Marysville, Grass \ It u_!i and Ready, Nevada, D iwnieville, Yreka, Shasta, ' C lumbia, J .ek-on, Sonera, C lu-a, Sonoma ; San Juan, Monh • county; Santa Clara, Santa Rosa, Santa Cruz, Ska Jose, Ml I n Ban .1 .. c, Napa, Whllmlana. Benicia, Petatuma, Placer-' rllle, Piijaro Valley, Oakland, Alameda, Union city, Alvarado, Auburn, Bodega j Bidwell, Butte county; Hamilton, lone Valley; Knight's Landing, Yolo county; Los Angeles, Monterey, Martinez, 1' ihmtown, Humboldt Bay; PortTownsend, Oregon; Salem, &lt;). T. ; Oregon City, O. T.; Portland, O. T.; Washington T« titi v. To every Post ...
DIED. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 31 August 1855
DIED. On the -'M An:.'., Ht Oakland, by Ilev. 3am. li. Bell, Alex. Leonard, Esq., ol Pitttbaryb, Fa., uu MlaaMary E. Wilton, Of Michigan, On !lie i;3.1 An?., in tbil city, by H, L. E. Pratt, Charles H. Sermi or and Miaa Aim EHcabetb Wood. On ti e 20tli Auc, in Buttetyhrania, Sutter county, S. Sunborne and MM Cynthia E. Mi Mum v. Ob tbe Ifiili Au.;., in Santa titan, Mr. John Tower and Mwl Chaiitv Holme*. On tbe 19:li Ahs., in Santa Clnrn county, Jacob Grave and Min Margaret Elizabeth Btatler, On tie 25; h Aaa*-, in this city, Sarah Ann, daughter of James C. and Elisabeth Rogers ng&lt; d 17 months. On the 25th Aug., at Fort Point, Ban Francisco, Mrs. Sarah Ann Ashley, trite ol S. J. Ashler, asjad 24 years. On the 19 h Aug., in Mariposa, Henry Bradford, formerly of Vt, aged 26 years. On the 17th Aug., at St. Ann's Ranch, Yuba county, Dr. A. Crane.
Page 70 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 31 August 1855
SPECIAL NOTICES. |y Consumption Can be Cured !—Sir James Clark, Physicinn to Queen Victoria, and one of the most learned and skillful men of the age, in his " Treatise" on Consumption, Says : "That Pulmonary Consumption admits of a Cure, is no longer a matter of doubt; it has been clearly demonstrated by the researches of Laennec and other modern pathologists." The mere fact that such a disease is ever curable, attested by such unimpeachable authority, should inspire hope, and reanimate failing courage in the heart of every sufferer from this ensc. The remedy which we offer hns cured thousands. WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY, not only emanates from a regular physician, but has been well tested in all the complaints for which i&lt; recommended. * « Be sure it is signed L BUTTS on the wrapper. Acentl lor Sun Francisco, B. B. THAYER Sc. CO., and LITTLE &amp;. CO. Sold by all Druggists. v 4 8 fy Peruvian Febrifuge.—The formula fortius preparation is the rosult of practic...
Page 70 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 31 August 1855
MISCELLAN E&lt; )US. j lii«rliuin'» Improved Smut M*«-hints. TIIE.SE Machines combine nil tin; apparatus necessary to cleanse Gtain, rendering it unnecessary to have any other macliineiy for that purpo. em the mill. They are portable and occupy about lour le. t tqoare ou tha floor, by eight and a half fiM ill height! and will clean the worst samples ol Smutty ! Grain, also remove short straws, white caps, - Is BM Other] lul rufcatanoai in the moat | Brfect manner. All of the otta , I worth faring is collected in a re-orvoir, while the smut and . I if hi dost ara | aated oal ol the mill, allowing the machine to be put on the same floor with the Hour chests or wherever | imost convenient, without being enclesrd. It Is ■ •"allformii improvement and de brued to meet the wants ot this country ; Eastern Machines baviui been Run*! to I a Inadequate to that ■ I purpose. It has received the highest recpjnmesdation mina all usinu them, among whom are Pettlt &amp; HodgeUßS.Brig...