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

The Revival. With sincere pltasure we record the following action of the citizens of San Joaquin county, on Saturday last. This we rejoice to kco, for it tells in plain terms that the great interest of the people, the industrials, begin to know their duty, and will do it. We copy from an able leader of the San Joaquin Republican the following sound arguments in favor of their new organization, and we hope such a spirit will prevail throughout the County that the meeting will be generally attended, and a successful issue result from their labors. We will cheerfully give publicity to all that will advance the cause. The editors say : " The agricultural interests of San Joaquin are greater than her mining interests, and no movement is more calculated to secure their early development than the formation of a County {Society. The various interests of the county will thus be canvassed by members of the society from different sections, and profitable discussions will elicit the truth upon ...

Publication Title: California Farmer And Journal Of Useful Sciences
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State Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 12 October 1855

State Agricultural Society. Sacrameuto, October Bth, 1855. At a meeting of the Incentive Cummitte of the State Agricultural Society, held at their Rooms, the following resolutions were passed: Voted. That the thanks of this Society be tendered to Hon. C. F. Hagerdon, Bavarian Consul at Philadelphia, for Journals of the Agricultural Society of liavaria, fourteen in number ; and for his courtesy in opening a correspondence for the benefit of this Society. Voted, That the thanks of this Society be also tendered to J. C. Holmes, Esq.. Secretary of Mich igan State Agricultural Society, for the valuable Reports of that Society, five bound volumes. To J. A. Beck with, Esq., Secretary Vermont State Agricultural Society, for valuable Documents received from him. To w*ai Jones. Esq., of Georgia, for a package of his fine Peas, in variety 5 these will be experimented upon, and full report made of same. Courtesies of this kind from citizens of one State to those of another, confer great good, a...

Publication Title: California Farmer And Journal Of Useful Sciences
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Our Literary Department. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 12 October 1855

Our Literary Department. Boston, Sep. 4, 1855. "Land, Labor and Gold," or two years in Victoria, by Wm. Howit. Just published in two neat volumes by Ticknor Sc. Fields. The world-wide reputation of this talented author, is enough to secure attention to this new work. It lifts the veil from a once unknown region of country, and spreads out to view the geographical features scenery, Sec, and the objects of leading interest. Australia is destined to become one of the greatest and most flourishing countries in the world, and it depends alone on man, whether her progress be slow or rapid. Gold, unquestionably will still be found over thousands of square miles which hitherto are unknown or untouched, and new discoveries will open up immense regions, where the grazier, the agriculturist and the miner will alike find fresh treasures and fresh homes. " My Bondage and Freedom," by Frederick Douglass, in one volume, illustrated, with an introduction by Dr. James McCune Smith : This work is div...

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

The Grain Market of California. We desire to call the attention of the Grain growers of this State to the present value of the crop of 1855. From midsummer last we have steadily advised our grain growers to hold their otan grain. We earnestly believed, from the facts then in our possession, that the advance they would realize upon their incoming crop would help them most materially, and we desired that they should bo the parties that thould be the gainers, and not speculators. If there is a class of men who deserve to he benefitted by the natural rise upon the crops of the country, it is those who labor to raise them; and we, believing this, have endeavored to speak firmly, but knowingly. We have never so spoken as to give undue excitement or raise fears, so as to bring in foreign grain, but to caution those interested not to part with the means that would so greatly benefit them. "\\'e have often asserted that wheat would reach 3 l-2c. in October, and a higher figure at later dates...

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Page 115 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 12 October 1855

A Gardener with Capital Wanted. 4 GARDENER of Experience and of Education is wanted . j\_ one wlio is tully imaliijeu to take charge ol a valuable Nur.-ery and Garden, and who can conunuud a moderate capi tal ol $■_' OOU off $3,1 00 can bear of h situation where lie can join in tin.-, interest, winch, rightly conducted, will lead to a sun -;«e tory future. A note, with real sijrnature and specifications, addressed to "CALIFORNIA FARMER OFFICE," will be duly attended to. »4 1 j Im

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EXHIBITION GROUNDS OF THE CALIFORNIA STATE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 12 October 1855

EXHIBITION GROUNDS OF THE CALIFORNIA STATE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. Exhibition Grounds of the Cnlifornia Sr.?.to Agricultural Society. \\'s presentoqr reaaerswilh A tie* of tlio "round* where WM held the lOxhibition of the Society, in the va- ) i m:s departments of Equestrian Ex):i )iiio:i, llaces, and the Stock of Catifornia, The engraving was executed !■...! -: -. lyai her it Uakei'. and the v ■. t ■ikeli beetle the whole' <■..•. . '.>"!. !.:.: i:.-.i. and on I y re] <i cseurs t he grounds dining some ex peri : railii'e.r of tie- horses foi Ibe E ::..it:on. The lentrth of the sto< k These ground ~1.7 the bes\ that bE:S£^X?«* 7 i* suit must be pronounced a Triumph. (LOUISIANA RACE COURSE,) NEAR SACRAMENTO, SEPT. 26, AND 27, 1855. s _

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Our Boston Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 12 October 1855

Our Boston Correspondence. den and extreme changes in the temperature the past week. In the morning it is oppressively warm, and the thermometer falling twenty degrees, by night. During the latter part of the week they have had some heavy frosts in the country, but not severe enough to injure the vegetation. Business in Boston was never more brisk than at present. Purchasers are here in large numbers from the West, and it is very .evident that our city will have the trade of the new States of the West to a great extent. There is a large held for enterprising men in the new cities, on the great lines of travel throughout the whole region. Messrs. Southworth & Ilawes have just completed a full length portrait ef Mr. Lawrence, copied from a picture taken by them in 1847, which as a work in the photographic art, is a truthful likeness to the original. The size of the copy is I°, by 10 inches. The friends pf Mr. Lawrence will be pleased to know, that copies of the above, as w...

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INVITATION TO THE COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 12 October 1855

INVITATION TO THE COUNTRY. TO DAPONIS. Pucitc ab urbc dumum, mea carmina, ducitc Daphnin. —Viaolt. 0 comb from the city, dear lady j O come to the country with me, Where I have a home all but ready— Prepared and provided tor thee. Where we've plenty of pigs for the raising, And heifers, when grown, to give milk, And tho wool of the sheep will be grazing, When spun, will be better than silk. And the beets we may plant, and potatoes, The carrots, and cabbage, and kale j With other good things that await us, Are more than I've leisure to tell. Where the grain, when it grows, will get yellow, And the grass, when it springs, will be green ; And our ale, when its brewed, irmy get mellow— But our Mends will be thirsty I ween. Where the fish that sport in the river, And the ducks that swim en the luke, Will be excellent eatiin;, if ever We are toitunato either to take. The whole of the world I don't want it, So I offer my Daphnis a share : It can give us both room in it—can't itf Although t...

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Half an Hour too Soon-The Excited Yankee. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 12 October 1855

Half an Hour too Soon-The Excited Yankee. The hour was approaching for the departure ol the New Haven steamboat from her berth at New York, and the usual crowd of passengers, and friends of passengers, news-boys, fruit-venders, cabmen and dock loafers, went assembled on and about the boat. We were gazing at the motley group, from the foot of the promenade deck stairs, when our attention was attractud by the singular actions of a tall, brown Yankee, in an immense wool hat, chocolate-colored coat and pantaloons, and a fancy vest. He stood near the starboard paddle-box, and scrutinized sharply every female who came on board, every now and then consulting an enormous silver bull's eye watch, which he raised from the depth of a capacious fob, by means of a powerful steel chain. After mounting guard in this manner, he dashed furiously down a gang plank and up the plank and up the wharf, reappearing on board almost instantaneously, with a Hushed face, expressing the most intense anxiety. T...

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Ladies' Department. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 12 October 1855

Ladies' Department. A WARNING TO ALL YOUNG GENTS who patronize "THE NAPA LADIES' SEWING CIRCLE."

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REFLECTION OVER THAT SICK HEART. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 12 October 1855

REFLECTIONS OVER THAT STUCK HEART. Alas ! to see that wretched heart, Pierced through and through by Cupid's dart, Ami tlma pin-re 1 bleeding there i Its hi-tory to mo is known, Wiiieli I, relating as my own, More sympathy may share. Safe in a fortress well supplied, Which long the power of Love defied, His stratagems and art: In .-elfish robes wrapt up I lay, Which Cupid could not. take away, Or enter with his dart. Those robes were warp iv ev'ry part, Too well secure a single heart From its most deadly foe— But I, amused by silly talk, By rings; and ribbons, rouge and chalk, Let my defences go, And, like the dumb umvitted fool, Who feels the edge of every tool On which he puts his hand ; Who smooths the wasp, or plays with tire, And sees not that their gay attire May contain contraband, Until a burn (perhaps a sting, Ju-t covered by some gaudy wing, With leathers all around.) Hath struck with pain the verdsnt boy, Who now throws down his pretty toy, To crush it on the ground. So 1...

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BETTY MARTIN IN REPLY TO "A FARMER." [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 12 October 1855

BETTY MARTIN IN REPLY TO "A FARMER." In days of old, in harvest time, Poor Ruth—she went a-gleanin:/, When Boaz came by and spoke to her With words of tender meaning. The modest maiden raided her eyes In wonder at the fanner, Who seemed to think, though seen but once, She was a very charmer. But I must better be than Ruth, For, ere " A Farmer" sens mr, If I could take his words for truth, Who doubtless means to tea-e tnc, He's over head and ears in love, And takes me for "enchanting," And Lives me credit, ere I ask, For gifts which may be wanting. But let him come to Martinfield, De-pi.-ing doubt or danger, * Ol being less welcomely received For " noticing a stranger." When should his fancies be confirmed, Aud I as good and pretty, And all besides which he desires, It all will rest with Betty. [For the California Farmer.] Puiqas, sth October, 185. Messrs. Editors: My sister Susan desires me to send you her first contribution. She shows more pluck than I expected she would have done....

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An Admirer of Betty Martin. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 12 October 1855

An Admirer of Betty Martin. Creek Mill, IVft - J3, 1838, Mr. Warren : I see by my last Farmer, that according to last accounts, Miss Betty Martin is like Sebastopol, " not taken yet;" and as I wished to try my luck, will you please to put the enclosed note in another envelop and direct the same to her. as I presume you know who she is, and her [losl-oflice address, and Ido not. lam sorry to put you to any trouble; but it is the only way I know of to obtain a hearing, for I am not a poet, and, consequently, cannot come out in your columns like " Rural Tom" and * Squatter." However. I p ledge you my word and honor as a man, that il contain* nothing but what is honorable and inollensive. Yours respectfully. Condiments. Endeavor lo make your husband's habitation alius ing and delightful to him. .Make it a repose trots his cares, a shelter Iron the world, a home for his heart, Invariably adorn yourself with delicacy and modesty. Let your husband suppose you think him a good husband, and ...

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

MARRIED. Un the 7th Ot., in this rity. by Rev. J. A. Beaton, Q, A. I*»tnn, aftbia BfcW. and Mi-a I*. A. Sylve-ti-r, of Ronton. On the 4th Oct., in Grass VaUflr. j» Rev. ArchM»hop Alehiimv, ui' San F<ttttckc >. J ihn J. O'Fiinell and Miss Juanna jllivan, luitii ui <Jia«s Valley. On tin; 4:li Oct., on .S:imvv'.. flat, by Rev. S. B. Harmon, John Me Km J;i ml mid Mis, II iimnli I'eelrr. On the 7 h Oct., at Diiyliu'a Raoett, hy W. II. Gi ins-haw, J. , Jordan 8. UayCon ami Miss Jane Khil - .

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

DIED. On tlir Dili Oct., at DdtanV Bur, An diet* Cunningham, for»*rlv ol Mn-HHi !iu*»-lt-, Hjnl ;;H veins. Oil therjtii Oc , in Baa FmiM i r >, Margaret Isabella, daugti r of John and Mary June Kenan, in the tirtli year nt her age. On the 1st Oct., in Placet villn. Ella B.. only daughter ol F. id Mary J. Wadawortb, aged 3 nw bUm and 19 days.

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Page 118 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 12 October 1855

SPECIAL NOTICES. I California State Agricultural Society's Rooms.— '. .ie Rooms of the State Agricultural Society are located on I Urtfa street, between J and X, whe-e all who nre inter- ■ -ted in Agriculture and kindieii Sciences aie invited to call. Several hundred specimen! m ell frepaituiaWi are on exhif ion c.instantly, and it is the object of the Society to milk. ere roomi a place of reeort for our citizens. The rooms are i■ en daily, (Sundays excepted,) Mid are fn |to all. They are idor the charge of the Editor of the California Farmer, • ho will be pleased to render any information or assistance to rther any interest connected with r-griculturc. By order of the Executive Committee, :i-2(i " C. I. HUTCHINSON, President, Read This — Baltimore, December IS. >r. S. W. Fowle— Boston, Mass. Dear Sir: I feel it to be • to you to say that a young lady, a member of my family, i been suffering for several years undei a bronchial affection, I the disease hay! made such progr...

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Page 118 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 12 October 1855

STEAMERS. California Steam Navigation Company „ -r-w aiiuayaft U V if r for mJeJESIS October it, less. u^uJL Vtpartur* firm Pari fir ttfeet wharf, at 4 o'rlnri, I. M. CARRYING UNITED STATEP MAIL. SteHmer NI'.W WORLD, dipt. Samuel Seymour ; •' ANTELOPE, Capt. E. A. Poole; " CONFIDENCE, " WILSON (i HUNT, " HELEN HENSLEY, Capt. E. C. M Chadwkk; J. BItAGDON, Capt. Fk»*. 8*91*7 I " UIUI.DA, Capt. E Z. Clark i 11 CORNELIA, Capt. E. Cone kiln. One of the above steamers will leave Pacific street YVhart j very day at 4 o'clock P. M., (Sundays excepted,) tor SarruiiH'iiln nml Stockton, • Connecting with the light draft steamers lor Marysville, Colusa, tai Bed B 1 v ff i, For further pnrtieu'itTU inquire nt the Otlire of the Company, comer ot Jackson and Front »treet*. T 443 SAM. J. HENSLEY, President TO FAKMKRS. For the destruction of Canker Worms, Borers, Grubs, &c, &c, &c. THE MURIATE OF LIME. V SUPERIOR fertilizer, anil certain destroy er of the Canker V...

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