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Page 365 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 10 June 1871

Dewey & Co., U. S. and Foreign Patent Solicitors and Counsellors, Scientific Press Office. Principal Agency in the Pacific States. Established iB6O. j^jrr i£jci "♦ [|i>sin!ir i/b *~" k 11Q _ i ion Plate V of Illustrated Mechanical Movements, described in Dewey & Go's. 48 page circular of Information for Inventors. Sent post paid on receipt of stamp. ■>' Patent claims for Pacific Coast Inventors fully secured in less time than through any other agency in the United States, and at less cost. If you think you have a valuable invention, consult none but the best and most reliable counsellors. They will obtain a valid patent if new, or save you expense, if old, by giving you honest and intelligent a Ivice. All business relating to patent soliciting transacted confidentially and thoroughly. DEWEY & CO., Patent Agents, No. 414 Clay st., San Francisco. E. J. FRASER, M.D.,.. SURGEON, No. IOS Stockton street, £». IT*., Cal

Publication Title: Pacific Rural Press
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Page 366 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 10 June 1871

What our Neighbors say of the Pacific Rural Press. It is a beautiful and valuable shect.-S<i« ■[«»• 1"\.... The Bret No. evinces marked editorial ability Him up a vacancy that has been felt in our agricultural department. With its publishßrs there is no such word as fail.— Mi. ifmiajrsr. We believe every subscriber will be satisfied with tho investment of the price of subscription, H.—lStmor* Dem. It is a work which no farmer should be without.-ll>'*a Union • An admirable specimen both as to execution and contents. ... Contains a large amount and great variety'of attractive reading matter and several excellent illustrations.-^"*-ton Daily Intl. A large 16-page weekly. The Rural I'ress will be to the Pacific coast what Moore's Rural New Yorker is to thefMiddle and Northern States.— [ End mil Mai .1 •. Any intelligent farmer in the State will consider his money well invested by subscribing for the now paper. Honest, intelligent and correct information will be fai...

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Page 366 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 10 June 1871

Patented Articles for Agents. Longshore's Combination Tool. This device is Just what its namo Indicates. As a Kitchen Tool it is indispentible. It will fit and lift with perfect safety, any Stove Lid, Frying Pan, Pie Pan, Pot, Kettle, or any other vessel or dish used about a stove. It is a complete tool for stretching carpets, driving tacks, pulling tacks, &c, &c It answers the double purpose 01 hammer and pincers, and is also a good Nut Ciacker. 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 Agei t is wanted in e\«ry town on the Pacific Co tst to sell this valuable little implement. Retail price fifty cents. Richards' Corner Protector. This is a novel and beautiful invention. It completely prevents dust from settling in the corners 0! rooms or stairways, and at the tame time makes a very flue finish. They sell very readily. Send 50 cents for samples. Finger Guards. No lad...

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Page 366 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 10 June 1871

Thoroughbred Cotswold King. IMPORTED FROM THE FLOCKS of Lane. Garno & Fletcher, England, and J. D. Wing, of New York, with their grades half and thiee-quarter breeds. REFERENCES.— Secretary of State Agricultural Society, who says: " Your Cotswold and Merino grade rams (recommended by himself to parties in Sacramento) give entire satisfaction since they have seen the result of the cross." A. Lovell, of Millerton, and Charles Peck, of Snelling, with others from different parts of the State, say, in recard to their cross with Merino sheep: " Have more and larger lamb?, with better staple wool than ever before." Win. 0. Brine, of San Francisco, purchased all of our quarter Ci tswold lambs at $2 per head on our rancho. Christy & Wise sold thirty-nine bales of our tirade wool at thirty-two cents per pound, for six months clip. 1,300 Spring Lambs, shears in May, average.d 2 X lbs. of wool per head. Below, find statement of wool scoured by me for the New York State S...

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Page 366 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 10 June 1871

FIRST PREMIUM AWARDED at the State Fair, 1870, for the beet Farm Wagon: also for the best improved Thimble Skein. All kinds of Wagons 00 hnud and made to order, of the Beat Eastern Material, and Warranted to give satisfaction. g OULE Corner Eleventh and I streets, ap22-3m Saciumento, Cal. BAKER & HAMILTON, IMPORTERS OF Hardware, Farming Implements, MACHINES, ETC. THE EXCELSIOR MOWER. Are Solo Agents for EXCELSIOR MOWER AM) REAPER, CHAMPION MOWER AND REAPER, BURKS'! EAGLE MOWER AND REAPER, NEW YORK MOWER AND REAPER, Haines' Genuine Illinois Harvester, Pitts Improved California Thresher, Portable Steam Engines, Etc., With a full stock of nil kinds of implements needed in Farming. Send for List of Prices. THE CHAMPION SELF RAKE REAPER. 9, 11, 13 and 15 J street, SACRAMENTO. 13, l.">, 17 and 19 Front Street, SAN FRANCISCO. 17.v1-3iu McLURES PATENT CHURN. Patented May 17, 1870. Has taken the premium at all the State Fairs East of the Rocky Mountains. The Greatest L...

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Page 367 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 10 June 1871

BUY TIITI X3E!®T f "ANUFACTURED BT ADRrANCE>LATT&CO STYLES, SIZES 4 PRICES TO SUIT ALL FARMERS. Peicrlpf lr« Circular* Forwarded by MalL MARCUS C.HAWLEY A CO., Agents, 108 & 110 Front Street, San Francisco, Cat, GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES OF MACHINES AND EXTRAS FOR 1871. Tho Buckeye is the BEST MOWER NOW IN USE. As a Reaper, We guarantee It superior to any BELF-RAKING REAPER y \ invented. Solo Agents for the Celebrated Hwcopstnkes Tlii-osliei*. Also, Solo Agents for GENUINE lIAINES' HEADER, lIOLLINGSWORTH WHEEL-HORSE RAKES, BURDICK'S NATIONAL FEED-CUTTER. We have also WOOD'S MOWER, KIUBY MOWER and REAVERS. Also, Extras far the above, with a full tock of Agricultural Implements and Hardwaro. MARCUS C. HAWLEY & CO., 108 and 110 Front street, and N<m. 10 and VI Pine street, Bp22»ta San Francisco. THE STUDEBAKER WAGON. THE BEST FARM WAOOH; TUE liKBT RANCH WAGON THE BEST TRUCK WAGON; THE BEST TEAM WAGON; THE BEST HEADER WAGON; The ...

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Page 367 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 10 June 1871

1871. • 1871. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE Overland Monthly The only Literary Magazine PUBLISHED ON THE PACIFIC COAST. The Sixth Volume of this popn. JK gw Terms : —$4.00 per annum, lar California Magazine will com- Jlp*ifl; m 9 payable in advance. mence with the January Number ffiPtiKiEral Club Rates: Two copies, $7.00; for 1871. We promise our read- BP-^H La«g» Five copies, $16.00; Ten copies, $3000; ers rich things during the coming fe2s|^™*t§| nd '^fl 0"*1 °™'± 3T F° to *» " Ssr every Club of Twenty Subscribers, an year< ' iiiipUnr*" ' extra copy will b« furnished gratis. PUBLISHED BY John H. Carmany & Co., No. 409 Washington Street, SAN FRANC/SCO, 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. Farmers and Teamsters, SAVE YOUR MONEY! BY UBINO THE Patent Wood Horse Collars and Hames Combined, Which has many advantages over the Leather Stuffed with Straw. Is...

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Page 367 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 10 June 1871

CHOICE POULTRY. The undersigned, Importer and Breeder of Light and Dark Brahmas, Partridge and Buff Cochins, Houdans, Black Red Game Bantams, Black African Bantams, and Aylesbury Ducks. OFFERS FOR SALE BOTH IMPORTED AND CALIFORNIA BRED STOCK. ' ALSO, 3Egrgfs for Hatching, No orders filled C. O. D. For further particulars address C. M. NICHOLS, Fruit Vale Avenue, Brooklyn, Alaint'da Co., 21vl-tf Cal. WM. M. LANDR.UM, BREEDER AND IMPORTER OF Long-Wool Varieties and Southdown jjjjj^F SHEEP AND ANGORA GOATS. WTfV Offers a fine lot of all grades of RAMS for sale. WM. M. LANDRUM, 22v1-6m Watsonville, Santa Cruz County, Cal. PURE BERKSHIRE SWINE. A Few Pigs from Pure Stock, Imported from THE PENS OF ADAM RANKIN, ESQ., of Warren county, Illinois, for sale by the undersigned, 3it miles west of Napa. Cash must accompany orders. 19-vl-lm R. S. THOMPSON. MILLER & HALEY'S MILLS, BERRY STREET, Between Third and Fourth Streets, S. F. Having been burned out at the late fire on Fremont s...

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Page 367 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 10 June 1871

THE EAGLE HAY PRESS. The above is a correct representation of this remarkable Eagle Hay Press, THE INVENTION OF J. A. McGILLIVRAL, OF. ILLINOIS, TO WHOM LETTERS PATENT WERE ISSUED JANUARY 10TH, 1865, AND JULY 24T11, 1866. Several years were devoted by the patentee to the perfection of this powerful press, and its unprecedented sale in the East induces the proprietors to introduce it into California mid the Pacific States. All who have seen or used these Presses pronounce them superior to anything used heretofore. The power is applied by means of two levers, and it will be seen the power increases in ratio to tho resistance; as the levers approach a horizontal position the power can scarcely be estimated. It iB not only a powerful Press, but has the advantage of being Cheap, and also Simple, therefore not liable to get out of order. Three men with one horse can bale from Ten to Fifteen Tons per Day, each bale weighing '250 to 300 lbs. It obviates all necessity by beating the hay befo...

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Page 368 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 10 June 1871

<W A *V^^SS Ah Is issued weekly on Saturdays, containing sixteen pages devoted to Agriculture, Horticulture, Stoclr Uniting;, Domestic Economy, Homo Miiiuifncturc!) MoClianlcsi Industrie**, Ota 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 Rural 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 — Mill not find pleasure and ennoblement in the study of progressive fanning 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 Homo Industries; Adoption of Improved Implements; Higher and Happier Aims in Life, etc. V...

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Page 368 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 10 June 1871

BOONE'S C-SPRING ROLLER SKATE. PATENT GRANTED. This FKATE surpasses in Elasticity, Durability 'and Ease of Operation, any other Skate in existence. Its superiority has been proved wherever it has come In competition with any other Holler Skate. FOR DESCRIPTION _SEND FOR DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULAR. ■Warranted to run longer -without requiring to be repaired than any other Skato. Owners of Kinks will find it the most profitable as well as the most satisfactory to their patrons. The patentees guarantee the right to run thin Skate to purchasers of rights for the full term of the patent, and Warrant it to be no Infringement on any Existing Patent. State, County, Town and Rink Rights for bale at reasonable terms. Apply by letter or in person to UNDERHILL BOYNTON, 105 Montgomery Street, S. F., Cal., General Agent for the United States. The World Mower and Reaper. L^i IT HAS NO EQUAL. IT MOWS-IT DBOPH-IT HI2JL.ir-l'& A.X ]£!-i! This Machine is the harvest-gathering of twenty yearn 1 ex...

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Page 368 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 10 June 1871

IfCalifornia Cotton GrowersSl VV AND HANUFACTUEERS JI lAT 10 NL^^O^ Board of Trustees of the California Cotton Growers' and Manufacturers' Association: TRUSTEES: A. P. HRAYTON. 11. 11. BANCROFT. WILLIAM a RALSTON, KOBERT CHRISTY, ciiaulk.s J. PILBBCRY, J. m. BTRON<i, KDWAKI> It. NKhLY. .loll.V WIKLANd, JAMI-.S DALE JOHNSTON, CHARLES HoWl., 11DWARD SIM I. Kl-It. OFFICERS: I'III'SIIIKNT SKCItETAHY JAM'S DALF JOHNSTON. Tin asi-uku BANK OF CALIFORNIA. ArroKNEV....*. L.i- ONI HAS K. Pit ATT. FACTOBS BODOKRB. MI-.VI-U A CO. (Jkneuai, Aiiint JAMKS DALE JOHNSTON. RESIDENT DIBECTOH K. U. NKKI.Y. Plantation Sri'KiiiN'NT.J. M. STRONG. Assistant do ..KDWARD sPILKKR. do ..HOB'UT CHRISTY. " do ..OHARLKB KOWE. Store ICexfxbAOb'kOl.J. Bi-atty JOHNSTON, IiNOI>KEB WAI. H. MOORB. Tho ConiiiiiKKion and Forwarding Boom of Bodgen, Meyer At Co., of Sun Francißco, has bees Bclectod as Factors. TLo Actuary of tlie Commercial Business of tho Association in San Fruncisco, whic...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 17 June 1871

PACIFIC RURAL PRESS Volume I] SAN FRANCISCO, SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1871. [Number 24.

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The Percheron Horse. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 17 June 1871

The Percheron Horse. Wo have the pleasure of offering to our readers the annexed beautiful portrait of a pure Porcheron, which it is hardly necessary to Bay, was ttiken from life. "Leo" is a splendid stallion imported by imil this property of Edward Sohreiber, a prominent farmer near Allentown, Pa. About two:years ago being impressed with the value of this breed of horses for the American funner, and also aware of the difficulty of procuring the best strain of blood there, by sending for them through others, he visited Franco himself, so as to procure the very best selections by personal examination, lie travelled around extensively, seeing large numbers of these horses, and finally selected five stallions and one mare, for shipment. Owing to a long and rough voyage one of the stallions was bo severely injured that he could not recover, and was thrown overboard. The other live arrived safely, and are now at his fine farm near Alleutown. If it is truo that "lie who makes two blades o...

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Fine Sheep. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 17 June 1871

Fine Sheep. By invitation, we this week visited the flock of pure-blooded Silesian sheep, lately imported by Robert Beck, Recording Secretary of the State Agiiculhiral Society. These sheep may be seen on the farm of Daniel Flint, about one mile south of Sacramento City. There are in the lot twenty-three bucks and sixteen ewes. We think this is one of the most valuable importations of sheep ever made into the State. They will do much towards improving our flocks. They produce wool on.all parts of the animal except the hoofs, ears and eyes; and the peculiarity of this class of Merinos is that the wool is even and fine on all parts of the carcass. The finest German doeskin or broadcloth is manufactured from the wool of this particular stock. The sheep were being sheared when we visited them, and one of the fleeces just taken off was weighed in our presence. The weight was seventeen pounds— heavy. This fleece was from a three-year old ram. Those who want to breed fine wool sheep have no...

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Exchange of Fruits. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 17 June 1871

Exchange of Fruits. A large number of the Eastern Agricultural and Horticultural Societies have accepted the invitation of our State Society to exchange specimens of fruit for exhibitions at the respective Fairs, and the arrangements for such exchanges are being completed. We may therefore expect to see, side by side, at our State Fair, fruits from very many of the Eastern States, and thus to be able to judge of the relative merits of each. This will be a portion of the exhibition that must prove very interesting and instructive, and will probably lead to an exchange of other classes of articles in the future, and thus introduce a custom that cannot be otherwise than useful to our State. Samples of our own fruit will be exhibited at the several Fairs in the East and will be worth more to us in the way of attracttng attention and immigration to our State, than thousands of dollars spout in circulating published facts and documents on our resources and advantages. It is impossible now...

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