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Page 167 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 23 November 1855

HOTELS. Beaty's Hotel, (Formerly the Mansion House,) SAN JOSE. 4E$ A. S. BEATY, Proprietor of the above Hotel, begs to j WIS Inform Ms old friends nnd the public, that he has removed j from the "Wood Lawn Hotel," Pulgas Ranch, to the above premises, nnd is now prepared for their reception under more favorable circumstances tnan heretofore. He begs to assure sll who mny favor him with a visit, that no ■ pains will be spared to merit the pntronage of the public, and make " Beaty's Hotel," Sun Jose, second to none in the State Gentlemen with their Families visiting San Jose, the Quicksilver Mines, Ac, Sic, will find ut this House suitable uscom modatious. A. S. BEATY, Proprietor. __f HORSES KEPT AT LlVERY.—Stabling, Hay and Ginin, nnd "Turn Outs'' provided for Pleasure Parties. |, Dillon, Hedge Si Co.'s Line of Stages for San Jose, Santa Cruz, Monterey, and the Quicksilver Mines put up nt this E«- 1 tablishmenf. v 413 11 American Hotel, Benicia. I MTHIS HOUSE haa been established Five ...

Publication Title: California Farmer And Journal Of Useful Sciences
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Page 167 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 23 November 1855

MEDICAL. Extract of Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla Is aeknowledgvu to be the bet Sarsaparilla made, as is Certified by tlie Wiamorful Cures it has performed. Remember this (a the only True Original Article. This Medicine, when used according to the directions, AVI II Cure Without Fall, Scrofula, or King's Evil, Cancers, Tumors, Eroption t nj the Skin, Erysipelas, Chronic Sore Eyes, Ringworm, or Tetter ; Scald Head, Rheumatism, Pains in the Rones and Joints, o\d Sores and Ulcers, Stalling of the (Hands, Syphilis, Dyspepsia, Salt Rheum, Disease of the Kidneys, Loss of Appetite, Disease arising from the Use of Mcraury, Pain in the Side and t'te Shoulders, General Debility, Jaundice, and Costirencss. The Best Female Medicine Known. The Yellow Dock and Snrsaparilln is peculiarly adapted for tenuis, of dulicate health, resulting from irregulnrity of menstrual discharges, and othc- diseases jrecnlmr to th."ir sex. Wo assure the afflicted, thnt a bottle or two of DR. (ttJYSOTT'S EXTRACT OF YE...

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Page 167 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 23 November 1855

A AN V AO IUCU LTUIiAL \V () HK 8, ON HAMILTON, LIBERTY AND UNION STREETS; WAREHOUSE AND SEED STORE, No. 52 State Street, Albany, N. Y. The Proprietor* of the above-named establishment being the sole owners and manufacturers of EMERY'S PATENT HORSE POWER, kc, |3»* ALL ARRANGEMENTS WITH OTHER PARTIES FOR THEIR MANUFACTURE HAVING EXPIRED hare formed a new Copartnership, under tlie linn name of EMERY BROTHERS, And will continue the manufacture nnd sale of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS and MACHINERY, as heretofore, nt the old stands of EMERY <k CO. By this arrangement the united effort*, aud interest ot the Brothers, long known to the public, nre 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, a£ Threshing Machines, Saw Mills, and Machine...

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MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 23 November 1855

MONEY. M r goes, Nt) one knows; Where it goetb, No on* knowetb. Hero and there, Everywhere. Run, run, Pun, dun, Spend, spend, Lend, lend, Send, scud, Flush to-day, Short tomorrow; Notes to pay, Borrow, borrow. So it goes No one know*: Where it goeth, No one ithoweth. The Figure Nine. —A correspondent, over the signature of " Ledger," sends a Cincinnati editor the following:—" I have just read in your paper what lias often before been published, respecting the curious properties of the figure 9. One of those properties isof importance to all book keepers and accountants to know, and which I have never seen published. I accidentally found it out. and the discovery to me (though it may have been well known to others before) has often been of essential service in settling complicated accounts. It ia this:—The difference between any transposed number is always a multiple of 9. For instance, suppose an accountant or book-keeper cannot prove a balance in his accounts, there is a difference...

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Page 168 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 23 November 1855

GOLDEN GATE CLOTHING WAREHOUSE. J_f CLOSED ON SUNDAY, G. B, FLINT, Late "Branch of Keyes & Co." GEO. B. FLINT, having taken the entire interest of the Sacramento Branch of Keyes St. Co., will now dispose ol the present stock at greatly reduced prices, preparatory to opening an entirely New Stock of Fashionable Fail and Winter lotting! 'THE STOCK or Summer Clothing is fresh, and will he closed out at COST. Citizens and strangers are invited to call and examine for themselves. Notice is also hereby given, that, iv compliance with the moral sentiment ot the community, and our own convictions ot duty, our place of business will be closed on Sunday, feeling confident that a generous public will appreciate our motives aud sustain us in our position. G. W. FLINT, El Dtrrado Building, corner of J and Second itrects, Sacramento. v 4-8 THE PEOPLE'S PAPER. "uncleYamuel," a weekly journal or Literature, Politics, Arts, Sciences, and Amusement, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. The "...

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Page 168 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 23 November 1855

BANKERS. WELLS. FARGO & CO.. BANKERS.— Bills of Exchange for sale on New York, Boston, Philadelphia and St. Louis. Also, on the following Eustern Cities : | Adrian, Mich., Galena, 111., Foltxville, Pa., Albany, N. V., Geneva, N. V., I'rovideoee, R 1., Alton," 111., IJainiltou. 0., Racine, Wis., Ann Arbor, Mich., Jackson, Mich., Reading, Pa., A-htabula, O , Kalnmazoo, Mich., Rochester, N. V., Auburn, N V., Keuo.-ba, Wis., Sundu-kv, 0., Battle Creek. N. V., Lasalle, 111., Sheboygan, Wis , Hinghamton, N. V., Lockport, N. V., .Silver ('reek, N. V., Buffalo, N. V., Louisville, Ky., South Bend, Ind., Canandaigua, N. V., Man-field, 0., Springfield, 0., Chicago, 111., Mich. City, Ind., Springfield, 111., Cincinnati, 0., Milwaukie, Wis,, Sfouington, Conn., Cleveland, 0., Monroe, Mich., Syracuse, N. V., Columbus, 0.. Mount Vernon, 0., Tiltin, 0., Corning, N. V., Newark, 0., Toledo, 0., DBytou, O, Niles, Mich., Troy, N. V, Detroit, Mich., Qnsaan, N. V., Utica, N. V., Dunkirk, N. V....

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Page 168 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 23 November 1855

MISCELLANEOUS. TEEADWELL & CO., CORNER OP FIRST STREET AND MAIDEN LANE, MABYS TILLS. Corntr of California and Battery streets, San Francisco. No. 56 Federal street, Boston Importers of Hardware, Iron, Steel, Cordage, Paint*. Oil Varnish and Window Glass, direct from the Atlantic States an Europe, with a compute **«oim>»iw or Tools and implb MINTS tor Farmers, Miner), Carpenters, Coopers, Caulkers ant Gravers, Saddlert, Turners, Masons, Smiths, Painters, Glaziers, Ship Carpentert, Wheelwrights, Millwrights, Cabintt Makert, and othert. v 3-5 PERUVIAN FEBRIFUGE, FOB THI PREVENTION AND CURE OP FEVER AND AGUE, Intermittent and Remittent Fetters, Liver Complaints, Jaundice, Dumb Ague, Dyspepsia, Nervous Headache, Enlargement of the Spleen, ana all the different forms of Bilious Diseases. npHE usual method of administering; tonics produces only *■ temporary relief, merely breaking the chill without removing the disease; but it is necessary to relieve the liver and ot...

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Page 168 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 23 November 1855

MEDICAL. IT IS A FIXED FACT, CONSUMPTION CAN BE CURED I SIR JAMES CLARK, Physician to SfiSSf /*av Queen Victoria, aud one of the most J iSswjfww learned nnd skillful men of the aire, in f "Treatise" on Consumption, says: V "That Pulmonarj Consumption admits °*"■ ru '''N 1111 longer a matter of doubt, I fßk it has been clearly demonstrated by the i~J*r . W-tJptI V restarchesof Latnnec nnd other pathoiogists." Da. O'ahswell, who investigated ——s—s—i such matters probably as thoroughly as any man, says: " Pathological anatomy has, perhaps, never afforded more conclusive evidence in proof of the curability of a dbea«e than it has in that of tubercular phthisis," (pulmonary consumption.) It la no Fiction. These statements are made by men who have demonstrated what they say, time after time, in the crowded hospital, and in the truth telling dissecting room. Tbey are from men who have no possible motive for publishing what is untrue, or emblazoning falsehoods. The Remedy which we offer Dr....

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 30 November 1855

THE CALIFORNIA FARMER And Journal of Useful Sciences. VOL. IV. SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 30, 1555. NO. 22.

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Tree Planting. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 30 November 1855

Tree Planting. For many years there have been periodical discussions in the East and West, relative to the best tine to transplant trees, there have been advocates of spring planting, and advocates of fall planting, and there have been many good arguments presented for both seasons. We can well recollect some twenty years since, we then advanced the doctrine of autumn planting as the true system. But we found few supporters. It was then a new doctrine ; few ever attempted tree planting in the fall. But we then believed it the onl} time for transplanting trees, shrubs and plants, and the laying out of garden grounds, and we then gave our reasons, and have neve - changed our opinion. All the work that can possibly be accomplished of this kind in the autumn should be done. The only exceptions to this rule are the evergreens. These we are satisfied should be moved only as the buds begin to swell and break ; and then they can be moved with safety and success. All rules have their excepti...

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Right Views of Agriculture. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 30 November 1855

Right Views of Agriculture. A clergyman in Illinois, who has cultivated a plot of ground to lengthen out his scanty income, and who never fails to have the American Agriculturist as a helper, (says that paper) writes u.o, in a recent letter inclosing his subscription : "I look upon progress in Agriculture as one of the great and important means of developing, improving and elevating mankind in the scale of being; of promoting intelligence, which is the most efficient and important handmod to religious improvement; and the science of cultivation should be fostered by every lover of his race." Another clergyman, who was very active in getting his parishoners to a course of lectures we were once giving, was questioned as to the reason of his activity, as he was not a farmer : li Why." said he, •' if I can get all my agricultural hearers to reason upon every-day work, they will be better Sunday reasoners; and if they can get better crops for the same labor, they will have more leisure f...

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Napa City—Springs—Kellogg's. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 30 November 1855

Napa City—Springs—Kellogg's. Some little time since we paid a visit to Napa City anil up the valley, and was pleased to notice the onward progress both in Napa and up the country. The fine brick building erecting by Messrs. James & Co.. nearly opposito the Napa Hotel, is approaching cotnpletioo, and is quite an honor to the owner, the builder, and an ornament to the city ; we trust it will induce others to follow their example. Napa City is destined to become a famous resort the coming summer, of travelers on their way to the famed Springs of Napa, and it is to be hoped that before that time arrives a spacious hotel will be erected in Napa City. It is very much wanted, one of the first class, with suits of rooms. Having opportunity we passed on up the valley with a friend. The Springs are now deserted; they have passed into new hands and a new hotel is being erected there, with all other suitable buildings to make it a fashionable watering place the coming summer. The we...

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The City of Stockton. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 30 November 1855

The City of Stockton. The past week we had the pleasure to make a visit to the fair city of Stockton. It was our first visit to the city whose future wealth and fame arc no idle story. We know not why We have not walked her fair streets and steamed it up her hundred-mile serpeutine river before; but so it was. Nearly seven years a resident of the Eurey ka State, this payt week we made our debut in the City of Squares. We cheerfully acknowledge we are pleased with Stockton ; not that it eclipses so many other cities, but because we see in it so much to admire. We admire tho enterprise of her citizens. We admire the order and system apparent in her business relations. We admire the evident taste for improvement in the buildings and the sure mark there is of permanent improvement. We admire the cheerfulness that is appaient in all the citizens; there is a social, cheerful look, that speaks content; this we take as indicative of prosperity. We admire the interest we saw maifested in the...

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Subsoil Plowing-Good Fences. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 30 November 1855

Subsoil Plowing-Good Fences. The following letter frem our valued correepondondent "Colfori," should be carefully perused by every Farmer and Stock-raiser. We rejoice to see the subject of subsoiling the land beginning to arouse tho attention of those whose interests arc at stake; and the best proof that Ihetruth is-at work and a reformation taking place, Is before us. The writer acknowledges his own errors in times past and gives us proof of his own reform by a practical lesson and the results of his own labors. He does it with a good grace too. to show his neighbors and all others interested how important have been these results to him. on a small scale, and what they would have been to others, had all the grain lands of California been aubsoiled. We only differ from " Colfon," in one thing — in his conclusions at the opening of his letter, he says we may think him presuming ! for thus troubling us and our readers; but we will not differ, for an after assertion is so much to the p...

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The Hide Trade in California. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 30 November 1855

The Hide Trade in California. The value of this important part of our Export trade is but little known. We frequently notice the shipments of Hides from Sacramento. Marysville, and other places, yet the real value of thi.t product, or the manner of collecting, preparing or shipping, and the data connected therewith, is not given or their total value made known. Attention is being given to the subject —the business is being concentrated and assuming a permanency. We visited a large establishment for the curing, packing and shipping hides and horns, the past week, and was much interested in what we saw ; we look upon such work as successful gleanings from the great fields of our industrial machinery, and adding large profits to the wealth of the State. It is indeed home industry, in the best sense of the word. The establishment of which we speak is upon Rlncon Point, beyond South Park, San Francisco, owned by Messrs. J. L. Fulton & Co.; here are collected hides and horns, ...

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To the Young Men of Stockton. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 30 November 1855

To the Young Men of Stockton. . *' Build yourselves a Monument." Tn our recent visit to the city of Stockton, we I could not but be struck with the contrast it presented to our own city of Sacramento; and jet I Stockton js laid out with the same design—in broad parallel streets and squares—and is capable of becoming ero long a very beautiful city. The contrast between the two cities is strikingly visible to a Sacrainuntan, in the absence of all shade trees in their great business marts, or in their immediate vicinity. Were the effort made and the streets to be thus beautified by rows of shade trees, Stockton would become one of the fairest cities on the Pacific coast. The activity of her merchants, the lively appearance of her business marts, and the rapid improvement she has made recently, bespeak her as a city that is most prosperous. Were tho broad business avenues to be properly shielded by a variety of our beautiful native trees, and other streets by new and valuable varieties,...

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The Value of Bones and Bone Dust. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 30 November 1855

The Value of Bones and Bone Dust. *We have been surprised many times, as we have passed from place to place, in seeing the great quantities of bones lying about on our prairies and farms, and even among those whom we should think knew their value. Every cultivator of the vine should avail himself ol this valuable fertilizer, and especially as it is the habit of our growers to plant the grape in the valley, instead of the hill side —certainly the most appropriate place for the vine. If any of our vine-growers will make some experiments with bone manure, we will venture the assertion that if they will favor us with a faithful result of a two years' experiment, so wo can give it to the public,—it would not be long before bones will be scarce. Heads and horns of cattle are abundant over the land, and should be gathered up. The pith of the horn should be placed below the roots of the young vines, and in the line of their growth, or they can be burned and broken to form a part of the enri...

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Honorable Example. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 30 November 1855

Honorable Example. Would you eradicate crime 1 Educate the youth of our land in the path of virtue. Would you make them patriots and lovers of their coun* try? Educate them in a knowledge of our institutions and laws. Would you make them lovers of law and order ? Educate them in Temperance and Pence. We rejoice to see the deep interest being manifested by our prominent citizens in the cause of Education, and we notice with pleasure and pride the noble instance of this interest as exhibited by F. W. Macondray, Esq., at San Mateo in the gift of a lot of land for a School-house, and also a liberal dunation in money to aid in erecting a building. Capt. Macondray is one of the pioneer merchauts of San Francisco, and having a beautiful country residence at San Mateo, has most wisely taken measures to guard his interests —his property there—by his desire to educate the youth. There is no better safeguard to life and property than a well-educated community around us. A man who once had a la...

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