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Seasonable Articles. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 14 January 1871

Seasonable Articles. Sacramento

Publication Title: Pacific Rural Press
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
THE RAINY SEASONS FOR TWENTYONE YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 14 January 1871

THE RAINY SEASONS FOR TWENTYONE YEARS. The question as to whether we will have sufficient rain to ensure crops the present season is becoming one of intense interest to the entire people of California. The very small amount of rainfall up to the present time, and the unusually protracted spell of cold and frosty weather which we had during the latter part of December, it must be confessed, afford very good reason for the fear now pervading all classes of the community upon this subject. While almost all entertain fears in the premises, still very few of us can give a good reason for such fear, based upon individual recollections of the past. Indeed, very many seem to believe that the past seasons in California can in no respect be relied upon as a criterion by which to judge of those of the future. We believe differently. We think the seasons in California, both in summer and winter, are as uniform as in most other countries, and we think the careful observer can as correctly judge ...

Publication Title: Pacific Rural Press
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
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CALIFORNIA STATE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.—ITS PROSPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 14 January 1871

CALIFORNIA STATE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.—ITS PROSPERTY. One of the good omens for agriculture in California is the prosperous condition of the State Agricultural Society. Financially this .society is on an excellent footing. In this respect it is now in condition toperform, for the agricultural industries of the State, all the offices that can be reasonably expected of such societies under the most favorable circumstances. We are assured by the officer! of the society that it is the intention to thoroughly revise the present premium list and adapt it to the existing wants and circumstances of all the industries of the State. The list so revised, increased and improved will be published early, and distributed throughout the state, and in other States and territories of the coast, so that all can prepare their products for exhibition at the Fair of 1871--whieh it is intended to make superior to any Fair ever held on the coast —and a real and substantial exhibit of all the industrial pro...

Publication Title: Pacific Rural Press
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FARMERS' GARDENS [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 14 January 1871

FARMERS' GARDENS There seems to be a prevailing dislike or distaste among farmers generally, and more especially among American farmers, to the care and cultivation of kitchen gardens. There is probable no state in the American Union in which the dislike is more deep seated and universal than in Catifornia. Our California farmers are possessed with almost an universal mania for the cultivation of broad fields—of extensive farms of from ono to ten thousand acres, where more physical and less mental labor is required. This system is more speculative, has more excitement in it; and if liable to great losses, it still, under favorable circumstances, may bring great gains. This element is what gives it favor with our California farmers. On the other hand, the cultivation of the garden is no speculation. Though a smallbusiness, it is safe and sure. But the gulden, to be made successful and profitable, requires the exercisel of judgment, system and patience. These, accompanied with a littl...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 14 January 1871

Clean up. — Housekeepers, gardeners, and fruit growers will find plenty of work to occupy their time just now. Trim your fruit trees of all dead branches, gather up the leaves and other debris that autumn strews on the ground, and make everything around and about you tidy and comfortable. A clean yard or garden speaks volumnes for the general thrift and tidiness of its owner, while one strewed with leaves and other unsightly objects is equally suggestive of the habits of its owner or occupant.

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City Market Report. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 14 January 1871

City Market Report.

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DOMESTIC PRODUCE AT WHOLESALE. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 14 January 1871

DOMESTIC PRODUCE AT WHOLESALE. Ran Fbancisco, Tlmrs., p. m., Jan. 12th. FLOUR —Is still in good demand for c,xport; while the demand for local trade continues fair. We note a slight advance in prices from last quotations. Standard Oregon brands are quotable at $6.50@6.75; local brands — superfine, $~)Ml(w!).H2 l/ a ; extra $6.50@6.75. 'I'ransactions include \i,(M) bbls. Gal. extra, and 12,000 qr. sacks Cal. superfine, partly for export. WHEAT -Has been in less demand, during the past week, and at a slight decline, especially for choice, shipping goods. Sales are reported to the amount of 16,000 sacks, at current prices for shipping and milling. We quote the range of all kinds at $'2.1. r>(rtr2.:}o; KOO(1to choice shipping, $9.17@9.25; choice milling, $2.26@ '2.27. Liverpool ((notations are without change at 11s 5(1. New York rates remain unchanged 91.62@1.65 per bushel. JiAKLEY —Is still in fair demand, and prices have advanced somewhat during the week. We quote $1.35@1.5...

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Leather Market Report. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 14 January 1871

Leather Market Report. [Corrected weekly by Dolliver k Bro.. No. 109. Post st.] San Francisco, Thursday, Jan. 12. Sole Leather. —The demand is good and the stock on hand light, on account of heavy shipments to the east. Prices rule firm. We quote: City Tanned 2G @29 Sauta Cruz 26 @31 Country 25 @28 Calf and Kip Skins. — French stocks continue scarce and high on account of the lack of exportation from French ports which has almost entirely ceased. We quote: Beit French Calf SkiiiH, ft doz 75 00@100 00 Common French Calf Skins, ft doz 35 00® 75 00 French Kips, ft lb 100© 130 California Kip, ft doz CO 00® 80 00 California Calf, ft lb 100® 125 Eastern Wheel Stuffed Calf, ft lb 80(q> 1 00 Kastern Bench Stuffed Calf, ft lb 1 10(<j> 1 25 Sheep Koans for topping, all colors, ft doz 8 50® 13 00 Sheep KoaiiH for linings, ft doz 5 50® 10 50 California ltusset Sheep Linings 1 75® 5 50 HARNESS LEATHEIt, ft lb 30® 37 Fair Bridle, ft il> 33® 40 Skirting,...

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San Francisco Metal Market [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 14 January 1871

San Francisco Metal Market PRICES FOX I.NVOICKS Jobbing prices rule from ten to fifteen per cent, higher than tht following quotation*. Fiudat, Jan. 13, 1871. Ib>n. -Duty : Pig; $7 per ton ; Uuilroad, 60c ft 100 lbs.; liar, l@l)sc ft lb: Sheet,polished,3c ft lb; common, l^®l%cfl lb; Plate, l)sc ft lb; l'ipe, l^c ft lb; Galvanized, 2J4C ft lb. Scotch and Eng. Pig Iron, ft ton. . .$34 @$35 50 White Pig, ft ton (a> 35 00 Kenned Bar, bad assortment, ft lb.. —03 (<V Kenned Bar, good assortment, ft lb. — 04 ® Boiler, No. 1 to 4 — 04?i® Plate, No. 5 to 9 @ — 04J4 Sheet, No. 10 to 13 — 04 Js<3> — 05 Sheet, No. 14 to 20 — 05 (g> — 05)4 Sheet, No. 21 to 27 —05 @ — 06 CoFPEit.—Duty: Sheathing, 3)4C ft lb ; Pig and Bar, 2)4c lb. Sheathing, ft ft ® — 26 Sheathing, Yellow — 20 (<J> — 21 Sheathing, Old Yellow — 10 @ — 11 Composition Nuils — 21 @ — 22 Composition Bolts — 21 vii — 22 Ti> Plates.— Duty:...

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San Francisco Market Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 14 January 1871

San Francisco Market Rates. Wholesale Prlcea. i'KIDA January 13. 1871 KloLr, Extra, bbl ti uu Qs6 75 Do. Superllne... -6 00 &5 M Porn Meal, luu lbs 2*• ®2 M) Wheat, ft IUO IbH 1! 00 <S 23J tats, ft 10(1 lbs 140 ®i ,W Barley, ft 100 tbs 135 ®1 45 Keaii/, %TlOti tbs 187K0 2 6U I'otatoes, fl( lUOlbs 100 ®I £0 Hay.fttoii 10 uU <»15 UO Live Oak Wood, cord 1U 00 <g,l'i liU Btef, extra, dre»sed, ft lb 8 « 12 Sheep, on loot 200 02 50 I1ok», on foot, ft Bt <> w *)>« lloKß.dressed.stlb 7>£ % 8 UKOOEiUEsi, ETC. S-igar, crushed, ft B> 9 15 Do. Hawaiian 9 & 12 Coffee, t:..»ta Kici», ft lb — 9 21},' Do. Mo „ » 19* Tea. Japan, HB) 65 |1 UO Do. Ureen «J ®» W{ Hawaiian Rice, ft lb 9 « 10 China Rlce.ftlb 10 » 11 Coal Oil, ft Rallon W @ bi Candles, ft ft J* 9 J« Overland Butter *) @ .S7H Ranch Butler, ft lb 45 ® 55 IsthniUKlUilter, H*B) 25 » 85 Cheese. Calilornia, ft lb 9 « 15 air^::::::::::...

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[From our Sample Issue, Dec. 17, 1870.] THE PACIFIC RURAL PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 14 January 1871

[From our Sample Issue, Dec. 17, 1870.] THE PACIFIC RURAL PRESS. In presenting to our readers the preliminary or sample number of the Pacific Rural, Press, we do not claim thut it is what it should be, by any means; but the efforts of the publishers in conducting and building up the Scikntific Press, is sufficient guarantee that no efforts will be spared to elevate their new paper, as fast as circumstances will permit, to such a standard of excellence and usefulness as will make it worthy and fit to represent the great and growing agricultural interest of the Pacific Coast. All we ask is the prompt and hearty co-opera-tion of our friends in extending to it such a support as will warrant the necessary outlay to make the paper what it should be. Being already provided with an able corps of writers and workers in every department, a well equipped office, and a reputation for integrity and energy, which has been accorded by a generous public and which has proved of the highest pecuniary...

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Commence Now [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 14 January 1871

Commence Now And patronize your home agricultural paper before all others. We are determined to make a good paper, and one that will not only be profitable to farmers alone, but to their entire households—in fact, a favorite at every Pacific States' hearthstone. We need your encouragement more than ever at the start. Subscribe at once, and get up clubs as rapidly as possible if you believe in benefitting your neighbors. The Pacific Ritual Pkess. —We have received a sample copy of this new publication from the office of the San Francisoo Scieidijic Press of Dewey & Co. We are much pleasod with it. It is a first class agricultural paper and is bound to have a good circulation in the state. It is in quarto form, and printed on good paper and type. It is filled with good and appropriate matter, and not spoiled with personal putt's, published for personal considerations. The illustrations are appropriate and in good taste. We look upon this journal as one which will fairly re...

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CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 14 January 1871

CORRESPONDENTS. We are authorized to announce the following, among the well known writers on this coast, who will write regularly or occasionally for the columns of the Pacific ItußAii Press: Prof. Ezra S. Carr, of the University of California; I. N. Hoag, Sacramento; W. Wadsworth, Sacramento; T. M. Logan, M. D., Sacramento; Rev. O. C. Wheeler, Sacramento; E. S. Holden, M. D., Stockton; J. S. Harbison, Sacramento; S. H. Herring; Dr. Anderson, of Santa Cruz; besides several others—ladies and gentlemen—whom we may be at liberty to announce hereafter. Ova Advertisers.—A more worthy list cannot be found in any journal. Much of the limited space allotted to advertising is already engaged. A New Agricultural, Paper.—Wo were called upon this week by Mr. C. T. Jennings, who is canvassing this county on behalf of the new agricultural paper to be published by Messrs. Dewey it Co., the publishers of tho San Francisco Scientific iV.ss, The new paper is designed to meet a want which is much felt...

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Page 29 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 14 January 1871

Send in your subscriptions at once to Dewey & Co., Publishers, No. 414, Clay street, San Francisco. January 4, 1870. DEWEY £t CO., Publishers and Patent Agents, No. 414 Clay street below Sansome.San Francisco. Patents Obtained Promptly. Caveats Filed Expeditiously. Patent Reissues Taken Out. Patents Secured in Foreign Lands. Assignments Made and Recorded in Legal Form. Copies of Patents and Assignments Procured. Examinations of Patents made here and at Washington. Examinations made of Assignments Recorded in Washington. Examinations Ordered and Reported by Tklkokaph. Rejected Cases taken up and Patents Obtained. Interferences Prosecuted. Opinions Rendered regarding the Validity of Patents and Assignments. Every Legitimate Branch of Patent Agency Business promptly and thoroughly conducted. Illustrated Circulars Freb.

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Page 30 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 14 January 1871

Douthett's Patent Double Motion DASH CHURN. Making Butter in from 6 to 10 Minutes. The only really useful and practical " C II U I* IS Ever Offered to the Public. The old stylo of DASHEB CHITRN Always had the preference over all others, and with this simple and practical attachment, now stands without a niv At the Eaet it is rapidly taking the place of the Thermometer and Cylinder Churn, and its sales are enormous. Having bought the lllglit for tills Const, we are prepared to furnish either large or small CHURNS AND CASTINGS as may be desired. We manufacture six different sizeß of churns and the small casting can be applied t'i the . three smaller sizes, and tlie large one with the frame and balance wlieel to the three lurgcr ones. | WE challenge;competition in this churn and invite any one needing a good churn to examine and try this one before purchasing elsewhere. The gearing is all simple, leaving nothing to get out of order; the dasher is easily removed by simply opening or rem...

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Page 30 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 14 January 1871

KELSEY'S NURSERIES, O A X L A N D. Established in 1852. is now more fully stocked than over before. Fruit Trees. Ornamental Trees, Deciduous Shade trees. Evergreens of all kinds: Fruit Plants; to wit: Raspberries, Strawberries, Gooseberries, Currants, Grapes, Rhubarb, Asparagus ami till flowering plants, for Inside and outside culture. FOBSBT TREES of Australia, Europe, China and Japan, in fact we aim to have and to get-all and everything desirable. Parties planting ran find In thiH establishment whatever may Ik? wanted, for use and beauty in furnishing a place without being obliged to go from one nursery to another. lvlr W. P. KELSEY, Proprietor. HERING'S NURSERY, . OAKLAND, if . **r? Corner of Delger it. and Telegraph Ay. \vS <$$$* A choice collection of the most beautiful _T.,^iSii trees, siirnbs, plants etc., to be found in fflV " 4 California, suitable for general culture. I 'a/sX^C '•$ Evergreen Trees, l>est standard sorts and ,^yji*i . fancy varieties; D...

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Page 30 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 14 January 1871

TRF.ES AND PLANTS! •&.£s&&* B>' the 100, 1000, or __ j^mS^fete 100,000, both at \JmJr& "l^^f^^M^ WHOLESALE OR RETAIL, ?V}) j^, Vh AT LOWEST MAKKET JXjj l\;'ij Fruits RiiurHntccd true to name. My ftTOs§!L£*X stock embraces all tho loading fruits of l»2£*V>ftT the country from the Applo to the Straw- (W^ly^f^ bi rry—including the > 17 JL\.i^ OKANGE, LEMOX AXD I.IME. PJLW? Also all the loading and favorite SHADE AND ORNAMENTAL TREES, \Ss?)?i% SIIRUBBER V, VINES AND PLANTS, -^ v**«^ MULBERRY TREES AND CUTTINOS, AND SILKi WORM EGGS, ALSO THE Osage Orango Hedge riant for fencing farms. Patent Grafting wax for top grafting, and the common Grafting Wax for top or root grafting. Seii>i for Circulars, Catalogues, Printed Directions and Price List. Send 25 ctsfor Hoag'i Treatiso on silk Culture. Address HOBJCHT WII.I.IAMJiOX. Capital Nurseries, U st., bet. 15th k 16th Bacramento Oal. T am also a partner...

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Page 30 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 14 January 1871

SAN LORENZO NURSERY! Established in 1853. Wo urn pre- *"^^k J&&H!^^. Par^s °^ "10 a" pared to fur- cine States. All nishaoENKnAi. (-?mjg*Y\i trees carefully ASSOUTMI'.NT Of Vjv" Jfewiyi . labeled mid Fruit and Shade v^JVjliKtKvl' Pack(>a in .. tlic Trees at us low % O >V*iw«Rra!i V\ I>l'st l'"^' 11" rates as they \r i^MwHEJHQf manner for can bo Hold nt _ « t/SnSRLi»^ transportation, any reliable •^C^yswM-^ A li^ral «lin Niirsery ilK'al- fffl rW&BBlf- \ '""" ' wIU '" ifornia. i"^{6^n£iWSr <<~ n>ado on lnrgo Or ers solic- A> Srrvf^l orders. For furited from all ' *•* "W tlier particulars send for cntaloguo mid price list. J. LEWELLING & SON, lvl-3mr San Loretiso, Alemeda Co., Cal. TV. Is. WEST, \M^ NURSERYMAN AND FLORIST, jjjSiy&r Evergreens, Fruit Trees, GREENHOUSE PLANTS. Wine and Table <Jii«ih« h N|K>cliill(y. . Nursery and G...

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