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Page 111 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 5 October 1855

STEAMERS. California Steam Navigation Company. _ir»»k». ARRANGEMENT FOR - _ AUGUST, 1855. Departure fi im Vallejo street wharf, at 4 o'clock, P. M. For Sacramento. VIA BENICIA. Steamer NEW WORLD, Capt. Samuel Seymour, Master. Tuesdays. Thursdays and Saturdays. Steamer ANTELOPE, Capt. E. A. I'oole, Master. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. For Marysville. VIA BENICIA. Daily, at 4 o'clock P. M. By the Sacramento Steamers, connecting with the Company's LIGHT DRAUGHT STEAMERS at Sacramento. $y Turough Tickets issued. For Stockton. VIA MARTINEZ. Daily, at 4 o clock P. M. Steamer CORNELIA, E. Concklin, Master. Tue-days, Thursdays and Saturdays. Steamer URILDA, Clark, Master. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. For Colusi, Bed Bluffs and Intermediate Landings. Daily, at 4 o'clock P. M. By the Sacramento Steamers, connecting with the Company's LIGHT DRAUGHT STEAMERS, which leave Sacramento— Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at 18 o'clock, M. FreiiiUi oy the above boats must be paid for on deli...

Publication Title: California Farmer And Journal Of Useful Sciences
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Page 111 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 5 October 1855

_____ HOTELS. MURRAY'S WESTERN HOUSE, AND General Office of the California Sfuirc Company. Cornet oj Second and D streets, MARYSVILLE. •y Open all Night. MTHIS supberb flrst-class Hotel is by far the most capacious aud elegant one In California, out of Ban Francisco, and is excelled by none in that city. It is of brick, perfectly lire-proof, four stories high, and Ironts 103 feet on Second street, and 80 feet on D street. Two hundred persons can be accommodated with entire case, and in the most comfortable style. Particular attention is paid to the wants and cointbrts of Families. its location is central, and is the General Depot of Staging and Steamboating. Travelers can rely upon being called in time for any boat or stage leaving the city. Those who desire, can entrust their TREASURE and RAGGAGE to the proprietor in person, who is the. sole manager of the establishment, and who trill be responsible for the same. Bates of Charges. Board without lodging, per week $12 00 do with lodg...

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Page 111 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 5 October 1855

MEDICAL. IT IS A FIXED FACT, CONSUMPTION CAN BE CURED! Mjfa SIR JAMES CLARK, Physician to h HySiJf Queen Victoria, and one of the moat T learned und skillful men of the age, in i "Treatise" on Consumption, says: V _ "That Pulmonary Consumption adm'ts tH, "( 8 cine, is no longer a matter of douht ; " lm '" 1 " clearly demoustrated hy the -Ptl researel es of Liennec and other patholo- ' _£(. "^Walt™ I "'— ,1 1 Da. Cars well, who investigated GuaauuianniniiiMuiiuiiuaid BUC h matters piobubly as thoroughly as ! any man, says : " Pathological anatomy has, perhaps, never afI forded more conclusive evidence iv proof of the curability of a 'di.-euse than it has in that of tubercular phthisis," (pulmonary oonsuniptinn.) It la no Fiction. These statements nre made by men who have demonstrated | what they say, time after time, in the crowded hospital, and in : the truth telling dissecting room. They are from men who ; have no possible motive for publishing what is untrue, or emblazoning falseh...

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Page 111 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 5 October 1855

MISCELLANEOUS. T R EADWELL & CO ~ CORNER OF CALIFORNIA AND BATTERY STREETS, BAN FRANCISCO. IMPORTERS, JOBBERS AND RETAILERS OF Hardware and Mining Tools; also, Agricultural Implements, Field and Garden Seeds of all descriptions, from the celebrated House of Messis. Ruggles, Nourse, Mason Co., Boston. Field and Garden Si-eds of all varieties ; Ploughs, Harrows, Cultivators, Se<»i Sowers, of all kinds ; Threshers, Reapers. Mowers, Fan Mills, Straw Cutters, Corn Shelters, Vegetable Cutters, Corn and Flour Mills, Sausage Cutters aud Stutters, Horse Powers, Smut Mills, Wheat Drills, Churns, Ox Yokes, Bow, Horse Rakes—together with all the small tools and implements appertaining to cultivation. N. B.—Branch House at Marysville. All orders promptly attended to. v 3-5 PERUVIAN FEBRIFUGE, FOR THE PBEVENTION AND CURE OF FEVER AMI W.IK, Intermittent and Remittent Fever*, Liter Complaint*, Jaundict, Dumb Ague, Dyspepsia, Aerrous Headache, Enlargement of the Spleen, aud al...

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 5 October 1855

Varieties. A New Haven paper, describing the localities of three prominent institutions of that city, says: The medical college is on the road to the cemetery ; the divinity college is on the road to the poor house, and the law school on the road to the jail. A little girl at school read thus : " The widow lived on a small limbacy left her by a relative. • What did yon call that word?" asked the teacher; a the word is legacy, not limbacy. 'But. Miss Johnson," said the little girl, '"Pa says I must say limb, not leg." Out in his Arithmetic—The Rev. Dr. Brace, in speaking of the Rev. Timothy Edwards, an old time clergyman of Connecticut, says, that having had ten daughters, each six feet high, he was the owner of sixty feet of daughters. The parson's arithmetic is wrong. Every miss is as good as a mile—the possessions of the Rev. Mr. Edwaids comprised sixty miles of daughters. Thus abundantly blessed, the father may consider himself happy in a great degree (geographical.)— N. VPicayun...

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Page 112 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 5 October 1855

PRINCE'S PROTEAN FOUNTAIN PEN. [patented JAN. 23, 1855 ] T. G. Steams, General Agent, 271 Broadway, Corner of Chambers street, JV. Y. ADVANTAGES.— An incorrodible and durable ink reser voir, made of Protean, under Goodyear's Patent, filled with ease and rapidity, supplying the pen tor six or eight hours, and saving about one-third ot the time. A Gold Pen of the very best quality, with a holder of the most beautiful, light, aud elastic material. Its structure is simple, and not liuble to get out ol order. Dikec ions.—To fill tho reservoir with the Piston, remove the cap by turning it like a screw, insert the pen in the ink half an inch or more, draw up the piston, then with the thumb and finger on the lower part of the piston, draw it up tight into the head of the tube that it may neither move nor allow any pressure o the air. Wipe the pen with v suit cloth or paper after tilling nnd whenever the cap is removed. The piston is not to be pushed down until the iuk is entirely exhausted....

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Page 112 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 5 October 1855

AGRICULTURAL. &c. Important to Millers and Farmers. THE undersigned bavin; discovered h remedy for the injury In wheat arising irom Smut, and a plan ot rfJnoTatmg the same, ha" secured by a " Patent Rii;ht," his title to the same. From the experiment.- made by experienced millers, the most satisfactory re-ults have been achieve*. From well atte-ted trials and repeated proofs ot the capabilities of its power to clear, the BOT*t tioin the wheat, it has been a-rertanird that the most perfect purification takes place in the wheat, while at the ■ante time n large tat ing Of time, labor nnd cost accrues to the miller, and the flour it as pare Hiid white as from the finest wheat. . , . Farmers who have crops of whent, now unharvested, may yet save them, for they can easily be assured that their grain can be restoied and the value saved to them. Licences, with all particulars for the use of this Tatent Kicht, can be obtained at the warehouse of the subscriber, on Cky street, bet...

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Page 112 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 5 October 1855

A RKS, ON HAMILTON, LIBERTY AND UNION STREETS; WAREHOUSE AND SEED STORE, No. 52 State Street, Albany, N. Y. The Proprietors of the above-named establishment being the sole owners snd manufacturers of EMERY'S PATENT HORSE POWER, Ac, E3P ALL ARRANGEMENTS WITH OTHER PARTIES FOR THEIR MANUFACTURE HAVING EXPIRED have formed a new Copartnership, under the firm name of EMERY BROTHERS, And will continue the manufacture and sale oi AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS and MACHINERY, as heretofore, at the old stands of EMERY & CO. By this arrangement the united efforts, and interest ot the Brothers, long known to the public, are secured, and no exertions will be spared to meet the wishes of those dealing in and using the class of implements, they manufacture—their leading branch being the manufacture of the justly celebrated Emery's Patent Changeable Geered Railroad Horse Powers, with the machines to be propelled by it, as Threshing Machines, Saw Mills, and Machinery generally. These Powers ha...

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Page 112 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 5 October 1855

San Francisco ahead of the World! Ever on, on apace with the Age and Times ' ! Hurrah for Vance's now UagncnTna Gallery! Largest Light in the World, (over 500 feet Glass. - * New Building, cor. Sacramento and Montgomery streets. \XfHY should every one go to Vance's who wishe VV PERFECT LIKENESSES ? Because" lie has now tho oest arranged Gallery on the Pacific Coast, and nottobesur' passed by any in the world. Instruments containing lenses more perfect, and with greater power than any ever before used in this country. 2d. Because he has the largest light in the world, from which he can form three distinct lights—top, side, and half side lighte —that now enables him to overcome che great difficulty which every artist in this city has to contend with —nnmcly: In order to obtain perlect likenessess, different formed ieatures require differently arranged lights. 3d. Having the largest light,'he is enabled to make pictures in half the tune of any other establishment in the city ; therefor...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 12 October 1855

THE CALIFORNIA FARMER And Journal of Useful Sciences. VOL. IV. SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 12, 1855. NO. 15.

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Report of the Assessor of Shasta County. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 12 October 1855

Report of the Assessor of Shasta County. Middletown, Sept. 27, 1855. Editors Farmer: I received your favor of the 24th, and I hasten to give you all the information that lam at this time possessed of. As I have in my travels through the county, endeavored to ascertain the agricultural increase over last year, I have taken as near as I could the statistics of '54. with those of the present year, which are as follows: 1207 acres of Wheat sown in '54. crop 27.509 bush. 2802 do Bailey do do 58.830 do 127 do Corn do do 2,663 do 70 do Oats do do 3,622 do 97 do Potatoes do 'do JMI do 2890 acres of Wheat sown in '55. crop 05.378 bush. 2995 do Barley do do 74.885 do 203 do Corn .do do 5.153 do 237 do Oats do do 4950 do 142 do Potatoes do do 14.780 do 1059 acres of Grain over '54; 52,780 bushels over '51. 48 acres Potatoes over '54; 7119 bushels over '54. Tons of Hay cut in '55,1,714. Major Redding planted half an acre of Cotton, from which he got 200 pounds of clean gined Cotton, a small sam...

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Santa Clara County. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 12 October 1855

Santa Clara County. Report of J. 11. Morgan. Assessor of Santa Clara. Comity. The quantity of land inclosed in this county, amounts to about 50.0(H) acres. About 25,075 acres of which is in the following products: Number of Acre*. Yield, hi bus hell. Wheat, - - 20000 - - 240.000 Barley, - - 3000 - - 75.000 Oats, - - 2.000 - - 00.000 Potatoes, - - 300 - - 0.000 Rye, - - 75 - - 1,075 Buckwheat, some 20 acres, supposed to yield some 20 bushels per acre, - 400 Beans. —Some 200 acres have been planted, but tho most part have perished for want of moisture, and from the contined dry and hot weather in May and June. Onions. —Number of acres 100, bushels 2500. Turnips, beets, cabbage, pnnipk ins, carrots, and almost all kinds of vegetables are raised, but mostly for home consumption. Iruit Trees. —There are about 12.000 set out. mostly young, from Ito 5 years old; comprising many varieties of apple, pear, peach, plum, cherry, quince, apricot, &c. About one-third of the number hav...

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Alameda County. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 12 October 1855

Alameda County. Report oj the Assessor <<f Alameda County to the Surveyor General. Thf.be were in the county 20,000 acres of' wheat, yielding 460.000 bushels, and 1988 acres destroyed; barley 13,704 acres. 753.720 bushels; oats 9037 acres, 481.£50 bushel*] rye 15 te/es, 375 busliels; buckwheat 170 acres. 13 300 bushels; corn used green 412 actets. 10.480 bushels; potatoes 4515 acres. 338 450 bushels; tomatoes 27 acres, 074 tons fruit; strawberries 27 acres, 40s 500 [lounds of fruit. The following additional acres of products are also given: hey 2700, I c ms 805, cabbage 200. peas 135, onions 99, encumbers 80. turnips 69, beets 45. carrots 20. garden regfetables 6*oo, apple orchards 220, peach 72. ritteyards 34. nurseries 92. The following is given as the number of fruit trees: apple 49.070. peach 89.449, plum 3700, pear 4855. cherry 4117. quince 172*. apricot 2000. nectarine 800. fig 14<». cut rants 10.000, p ape vines 65,480, and about 30,000 orname...

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Napa County. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 12 October 1855

Napa County. The following report from the Assessor of tin's county shows that were there sown the prist season in Xapa county 111,056 acres of wheat. 1584 acres of barley, 120 rye. 770 oats. ."-88 maize. 20 buckwheat. 72 peas, 95 beans. 01 potatoes, 47 melons, and, 10 of onions. 'The wheat crop is estimated at 12 and the bai ley at 20 bushels to tlie acre. The crops are greatly injured by rust and smut. In addition to the amount of land under cultivation, as above slated, there are 075 acres used as gardens, vineyards, orchards, etc. making a total of 15 000 acres. The total number ol acres of land asses.-,cd in the county is 250 347, nearly all of which arc adapted to grazing or tillage. In addition to the grain grow n as above. 4563 tons ol hay w ere cot, 11,197 pounds of wool sheared. 58.310 pounds of butter, and 17.5 Ti pounds oi cheese were made. The number of fruit trees are: apple 10.002 peach 00.092. pear 0127, aptirot 500, cherry 455, plum 550. quince 337, fig 275. and gra...

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The New Kiln Dryer. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 12 October 1855

The New Kiln Dryer. Having stated to our readers that there v ! he on exhibition at the Fair samples of grain and vegetables dried by this new invention, we deem it a duty to the public and the proprietors to state the reason why the samples were not forthcoming. We do regret the ditpppointrnent, ibr now is the time ami season to prepare articles tor shipping. We ask the exatninntfon of the dried lumber now at the Society's Booms, as it is worthy especial notice. The following letter will explain the reason why the machine was not working at the time of the Fair: Sacraminto, Sept. 28, Ip.'.">. Col. "Warren : Your disappointment in not receiving specimens of vegetables, &c, preps l>y the new Kiln Dryer, for exhibition al the r air. was fully shared by myself, The materials prepared to erect a kiln were destroyed by (ire at Grass Valley. The hurry and confusion consequent upon that great cab mity. rendered it impossible to complete anni geraents to pr...

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California Cream Ale. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 12 October 1855

California Cream Ale. Duping the Fair. Messrs. Lyon A: Co. of Saa Francisco, sent up a cask of their Cream Ale. through their agents Messrs. Grim & Co. of this city, to he exhibited at the Fair. The ca k was placed in the hall, and by the evidence we ha I of those gentlemen whoseemed to he goodjut —by their repealed •'ale-ing," and by the gusto with which the quantum snjficil disappeared, there can be no doubt that the "Ale" stood No. 1 in their opinion. The "cream of the joke" was. the ale disappeared most rapidly. Messrs. L. & Co. say iv their letter of description furnished to the Society : " At rather a late hour we forwarded for exhibition at tiie Agricultural Fair a barrel of our Ale. of the same quality as that which we furnish our customers. Iron: day to day. '• We keep employed, including the value ot' Brewery and lot. not less than fifty thousand dollars capital. We have spared no money in making our establishment the most CS] acious md complete of ...

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Public Improvement. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 12 October 1855

Public Improvement. " hctttr times coming. We have noticed the spirit of improvement springing up everywhere; scarce a city, town, or village that is not beginning to feel the impulse of returning prosperity. This is, however, more perceptible in Sacramento, Marysville, Stockton. San dose and other cities similarly situated, and in the far inland business marts, than in the j;rcat commercial emporium itself, and this can easily be accounted for. In all these cities the masses are permanently identified with these places; they are their homes, and this coming prosperity is palpably* perceived in the improvement upon and around these homes. Now let wisdom prevail, be wise, husband the resources that flow from this returning prosperity, be not Hushed as by success and victory —there ma}' be more trials yet to be borne, and it is best to act prudently in all these great improvements; ■sit down and count the cost," and these bright md beautiful clouds that now gild the firmanent will not...

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The State Fair. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 12 October 1855

The State Fair. Whatever fault-finders may say, relative to the State Fair of the present year ; however much it may come short of what were the expectations of such persons, no candid mind can withhold the assertion that the interest shown for this Exhibition, and the attendance upon it, far exceeded the anticipations of its sanguine friends. The public mind is awakened to its importance. The Tree is planted ; its roots have taken hold in the soil of the people's affections; the sap is circulating vigorously, and soon we shall sec it blossom and mature fruit that shall bless those who gather from its waving branches, for it is indeed the Tree of a State's prosperity. We have not spoken our own opinions very lavishly yet, neither have we given our own special notes, but have waited to hear others speak. We have now copious notes. We have also the opinions of many public journals, and we shall collect all and give the gist of them in a condensed form soon. The best proof of the compl...

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