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Page 182 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 7 December 1855

I HOTELS. Beaty's Hotel, (Formerly the Mansion House,) SAN JOSK. *A. S. BEATY, Proprietor ot the abos/e Hotel, boss to Inform his old friends and tin; public, that he has removed j from the "Wood Lawn Hotel," Pulgas Ranch, to the above ■ premises, and is now prepared tor their reception under more 1 favorable circumstances than heretofore, | He begs tv assure all who may favor him with a visit, that no i pains will be spared to merit the patronage of the public, and make " Beaty's Hotel," San Jose, second to none in the State. Gentlemen with their Families visiting San Juso, tin- Quicksilver Mines, 4c, Sic, will find at this Hou-e suitable accom i modutions. A. S. BEATY, Proprietor. | pp= HORSES KEPT AT LlVERY.—Stabling, Hay and Grain, anil "Turn Outs'" provided for Pleasure Parties. Dillon, Hedge St Co.'s Line of Stages for Sun Jose, Snnta Cruz, Monterey, and the Quicksilver Mines put up at this Establishment. . 1 v 412 tf American Hotel, Benicia. fWt THIS HOUSE has been establishe...

Publication Title: California Farmer And Journal Of Useful Sciences
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Page 183 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 7 December 1855

ON HAMILTON, LIBERTY AND UNION STREETS; WAREHOUSE AN 13 SEED STORE, No. 52 State Street, Albany, N. Y. The Proprietors of the above-named establishment being the sole owners and manufacturers of EMERY'S PATENT HORSE POWER. &c. £jP ALL ARRANGEMENTS WITH OTHER PARTIES FOR THEIR MANUFACTURE HAVING EXPIRED have formed a new Copartnership, under tho firm -name of EMERY BROTHERS, And will continue the manufacture and sale of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS and MACHINERY, as heretofore, nt the nld stnnds of EMERY &. CO. By this arrangement the united efforts, and interest ot the Brothers, long known to the public, are secured, anil no exertions will he spared to meet the wishes of tho.-e dealing In and using the cluss 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, at Thresiling Machines, Saw Mills, and Machinery generally. Tlj...

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Page 183 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 7 December 1855

NEW YORK. Domestic Animals OP THE PUREST AND BEST BREEDS, FOR STOCKING FARMS. GP. MORRIS, of Mount Fordham, Wet-tchester county, • N. V., 11 miles from the city ot New York, is breeding the following Varieties, for sale : Short Horn nnd Devon Caiih, Southdown Sheep, Berkshire and Essex Strine, and thorough bred Horses, He will attend to and warrant their safe delivery on shipboard, free of charge, and will also huve prepared the necessary boxes or stalls, with the proper amount and kind of food for voyage, charging the parties cost only for so doing. Tei in* of payment, cash, or draft on some New York house, before the animals are shipped. A de«ciiptive catalogue, with prices uttached, will be forwarded by mall, if desired. v 4 223 m Agricultural Warehouse. 193 Front street, Nrw York. THE subscriber otters for sale an assortment of \grlculturnl Implements of the latest and most approved kinds, among which are the celebrated Premium Plows, which were awarded the highest premium of th...

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Page 183 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 7 December 1855

Mi:mcAi,. DR. GUYSOTT'S IMPROVED Extract of Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla Is acknowledges to be the best Sarsaparilla made, as is Certified by the Wonderful Cures it lias perlormed. Remember this is the only Tftle Original Article. This Medicine, when used according to the directions, Will Cure Without Fall, Scrofula, or King's Evil, Cancers, Tumors, Eruptions of the Shin, Erysijirlas, Chronic Sore Eyes, Hinuwurm, or Tetter; Scald Head, Rheumatism, rainy in the Rones and Johns, Old Sorts and Ulcers, Swelling of the (Hands, Syphilis, J)ysprpsia, Salt Rheum, Disease of the Kidneys, Loss af A,rpetite, Disease arising from the use of Mercury, Vain in llic Side nnd the Shouhhrr, General Debility, Jaundice, and Costirencts. The F,3£t Female Medicine Known. The Yellow Dock nnd Sarsaparilla is peculiarly adapted for female* of delicate health, resulting from irregularity of menstrual discharges, and other diseases peculiar to their sex. We assure the afflicted, that a bottle or two of DR. GU...

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Page 183 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 7 December 1855

MISCELLANEOUS. _ San Francisco ahead of the World! Ever on, on apace with the Age and Time* ' ! Hurrah Tor Vance's new Dng-uc-rrcnn Gallery! Largest Light in the World, (over 50U feet Glass. New Building, rnr. Sacramento and Montgomery streets. \ITHY should every one go to Vance's who wishe VV PERFECT LIKENESSESI Because he hns now the oest arranged Gallery on the Pacitic Coast, and not to he stir passed by any in the world. Instruments containing leneei more perfect, and with greater power than any ever before use<l in this country. 2d Because he has the largest light in the world, from which he can form three distinct lights—top, side, and naif side light! —that now enables him to overcome rhe great difficulty which every artist in this city has to contend with—namely: In ordi r to obtain perfect likenessess, ditlercnt formed feature* require differently arranged lights. 3d. Having the largest light, he is enabled to make pictures in half the time of any other establish...

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 7 December 1855

Varieties. A Modest Dun.—The Texan Mercury, in a m lest dun to its patrons, says: v Suffer little sums to come unto us. for such is our income." 'Thky don't make as good mirrors as they n«'d to." remarked an old maid, as she observed i 'inken eye. wrinkled face aud livid complexion in ;i glass Unit she usually looked into. An Irish girl lost her certificate on the way •piss the sea. but her cousin supplied her with tlie following:—" This certifies that Bridget i >Tlannegan had a good characte- when she left 11 * land, but she lost it on the ship coming over. Read This.—The following is the statement of m master of a vessel engaged in the East India Hade: "'Ahout three years since on my return ( in China, I stopped at Calcutta, and while there I was taken sick with diarrhoea, which continued until I arrived in Boston. I there met a friend, who advised me to make use of Mrs. Kidder's < '"rdial. I did so, as 1 was at that time very sick ,-. id weak, and was glad t...

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Page 184 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 7 December 1855

Valuable Books FOR KAIIMEItS AND BUSINESS MK.N. Yountt on tlie Horac, Their Structure and Diseases, with their remedies ; also, Practical Rules to Buyers, Breeders, Breakers, Smiths, «fee.; Notes by Spooneb. An account of breeds in the United States, by H. S. Randall—with 60 illustrations, mushn, 483 pp., 12mo. (1 50. Twenty-six thousand copies of this valuable book have beim sold within the last lew years, and the demand is constantly increasing. Tlie American Fruit Cnlturlat, With directions for the Orchard, Nursery and Garden, by J. J. Thomas; 300 accurate figures, revised and enlarged, muslin, 431 pp., Uhao. $1 50. The Dairyman's Mniiunl, A complete Guide for the American Dairyman, by O. Evans, 935 pp., Bra, $1. The American Fnrmer, Or, Hume in the 0. onrv, t.v J U 11lat:r. D. D., 2.1 uhutTii. tions, muslin, 400 mi., Ii no. *l 3f». BlnlKe'tf ic'io-iii-i * Kv. } '.."j ' •.►iV;, |Or, Life iv the C Wititi wftn See Kn -natrs nf Par leal m.d i j Tueoietii-nl A-rindm »' id.-.. WO ii-....

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Page 184 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 7 December 1855

HORTICULTURAL, ftp. SMITH'S I'OMOLOGICAL (JAKDKNS. Amvrlrnn River, ttffc >Ule« from Sn«i nm<nto. SMk THE Proprietor ot those extensive Nurseries tnd Gart£pfpdciis will be prepared to supply, all the best varieties ot Fruit Trees of the following kinds : Apple, Pear, Peach, Plum, Cherry. Quince, Nectarine and Apricot; Grape Vines of every valuable varie'y ; Gooseberry, Currant, and Raspberry Vines, Ac. ALSO. Green House Plants ol every rare nnd beautiful variety ; Flowers, Shrub-, and Plants, Sbaile and Ornamental Trees. Bulbous Boors, Slc, Slc, &c These will be ready as soon us the season of transplanting shall commence. Orders will be received at any time, and delivered in the order in which they are booked. Garden Seeds. (2f jB THE Proprietor will also offer a large variety of ■<£r\f% Fresh Garden Seeds, «t Whole-ale and Retail, of jFjfoa his own raising and putting up. Great care has been taken to select the very best varieties, and to...

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Page 184 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 7 December 1855

MISCELLANEOUS. Corner of Seventh. JUST received nnd for sale cheap for cash, — 10 barrels Alcohol; 150 IDs Balsam Copavia, (original paoknge ;) 1 cask Bath Brick : 5 gross Capsules ; 20 doz Congress Water; 1000 lbs Cream Turtnr, (warranted pure;) 50 lbs Corrosive Sublimate; 50 boxes Castile Soap; 100 lbs Gum Camphor; 100 lbs Spanish Indigo; 20 oz Sulphate Morphine ; 300 Ids Irish Moss ; 3 cross Lilian's Extracts, assorted; 50 lbs Gil Lemon, (warranted pure;) 24 dozen Olive Oil; 10 fts lod. Potass; KM) lbs Spirits Nitre, concentrated; 2000 lbs Sal Soda; 1000 lbs Epsom Salts; 600 lbs Sun. Curb. Soda; I 24 dozen P. P. Syringes, glass; 300 lbs Tupioca; 200 gross assorted Vials; 2000 lbs White Lend; 500 lbs assorted Paints, ground in oil; 2 tuns Putty; 10 ) a 'k« Gold Leal ; 25 gross Pills, assorted; 5 cross Sarsaparillas, assorted; 200 boxes Window Glass; 200 dozen small sized Castor Oils j And other Drugs and Medicines too numerous to mention, aH of which will be sold low, by v 3-24 J....

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Page 184 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 7 December 1855

MEI3ICAL. IT IS A FIXED FACT, CONSUMPTION CAN BE CURED! Mfife SIR JAMES CLARK, Physician to X §3S|£s Queen Victoria, and one ol the mi st J 'lemSSSotb 'earned and skillful men of the age, in l lB&Bra " J'' o "'''' o " on Consumption, say* : V "I'h"t Puhnonaiy Con.iumptiou admiis "' " cure, is nolougern matter of doubl ; I flßk_jE2K v c 'oarly demonstrated by tl c f~Jj£ \fc-JBHl\ researches of Lion nee and other pathnh - -IC ' gist--." Da. Cabswell, who investigate] BBBmssmh iM|l auch matters probably us thoroughly t>s any man, says : " Pathological anatomy has, perhaps, never afforded more conclusive evidence in proof ef the curability of a disease than it has In that of tubercular phthisis," (puhnonaiy 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. They are from men who have no possible motive for publishing what is untrue...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 14 December 1855

THE CALIFORNIA FARMER And Journal of Useful Sciences. VOL. IV. SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 14, 1855. NO. 24.

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Subsoil Plowing, [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 14 December 1855

Subsoil Plowing, Wk rejoice to see how strong and numerous the arguments are beginning to appear in behalf of this all-important subject, and we wonder that it has been possible to smother up so long. For two years we have urged and urged, again and again have we recommended various experiments, and although every season gives more and more proof of its great value in warding off the effects of drought, yet either from a want of knowledge of what subsoiling meant, or from an unwillingness to go the exponse, m my of our best farmer* have never yet tried it. That ignorance has pre vented the practice of subsoiling we have no doubt, for in our travels we find many who profess to be large farmers, who never saw a subsoil plow, and do not know what it means —much less know how to use it. And again, we have called at Agricultural stores, and when we ask to see their subsoil plows, they would show us a large breaking-up plow, or a deep-tiller; even here they did not know a subsoil plow. It...

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The Soil of Stockton. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 14 December 1855

The Soil of Stockton. We were somewhat surprised on our visit at Stockton to notice so many tine garden lots unimproved, and upon inquiry we found that an impression prevailed that it was impossible to cultivate that kind of soil. During our stay we took pains to visit various portions of the city and environs, and we found the soil generally a heavy dark marl, a fit substance for brick-making; in fact the whole surface soil of the city would make most excellent brick, and we afterwards learned that the soil had been so used in several instances. Simply believing this fact, that this soil would bake bard in summer, but little thought had been given to any process by which it could be improved, and therefore it has been neglected, and this feature, of neglected ground, detracts much from the beauty that would otherwise strike the visitor as one of the most prominent and attractive sights of any beautiful city. It is impossible to make any city really beauti ful without nature's adorn...

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The Enthusiast. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 14 December 1855

The Enthusiast. How often this word is applied as a term of reproach, when the one who uses it deserves to feel its keenest stings rather than those to whom it is applied. Every poet and scholar, every professional man. every artist, who gives the whole energies of his soul to his study and profession until he is the master of it —such when they give the result of their investigation, when they reveal the real beauties of their profession—and utter with ear nestness the thoughts that inspire them or speak of those themes that they would have others love too, as means of conferring happiness —'tis then, the cold and heartless, the unthinking and ignorant, hurl forth in contemptuous tones the cry Enthusiast Enthusiast —and the small talk and tattle of the vulgar throng for a moment darken those scenes of interest, that were intended to make life more joyous and happy. How man}' joyous thoughts are repressed, how many of life's brightest scenes are blighted through fear of the cold rid...

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Mechanics' Institute of San Francisco. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 14 December 1855

Mechanics' Institute of San Francisco. Tins most valuable institution, we arc happy to say. is under a most prosperous headway. Availing ourselves of our visit to that city, we called at their rooms in the block corner of California and Montgomery streets, up staris. and were highly gratified to learn of the interest being evinced for the Institution among the mechanics of that city and vicinity. It was pleasing to see so extensive a library, at so early a day. Several hundreds of volumes have already been contributed by friends of the Institute. It was particularly interesting for us to know that the first volume donated to the library was the splendid volume of Loudon's Encyclopedia of Cottage, Farm, and Villa Architecture —a rare work here and most desirable. We look upon this incident as symbolical of a happy union of feeling between the Mechanics and Agriculturists of California. A magnificent edition of Schoolcraft's Indian Tribes, with plates—an estimable work ; and Explanati...

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Discoveries. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 14 December 1855

Discoveries. A Coal Field has been found at Corral Hollow, thirty miles southwest of the city of Stockton. It is of a light color, but gives evidence of improving as the vein deepens. The Union Democrat tells of Diamonds being found in Scorpion Gulch, near Byrne's Ferry, on the slope of Table Mountain. They are said to be very valuable—one was valued at sixty dollars. The claim is now called Diamond Claim. New Springs have been found six miles from the old Mission of Soledad. One of the springs is of medicinal power and is so hot that the body cannot bear it. The Monterey Sentinel thinks this is to be the second " Saratoga." Numerous springs are being examined in Napa county —up the valley, at the Geysers, and upon Mount Diablo; and it is probable that with the opening season of traveling, many new places of resort at these several springs will be opened. California will soon be more celebrated for her famous medicinal springs than any part of the world.

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American Competition. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 14 December 1855

American Competition. We have received from tlie celebrated American manufactory of A. W. Harrison, Philadelphia, a beautiful assortment of his various soaps, perfumery and toilet articles; and as it may not be generally known in this section of the country that we have such an establishment in full operation in the United States, and entirely American, a few words concerning the above house will be found interesting to ocr readers. The principal department is. perfumery, although there are several large departments for the manufacture of the choice varieties of toilet soaps, extracts, oils and inks. The ink department is a large one, and the demand is now above any other quality in the market. But we would speak at this time of the perfumery, as the samples we have received are so rich and fragrant as to seem like the natural flowers from which they were made. The perfumes are procured from the original manufacturers' and are of the purest quality in the world. The principles of co...

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New Music. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 14 December 1855

New Music. Horace Waters, the great Music Publisher and Piano Dealer, 333 Broadway, New York, has sent us the following popular music, to which we would call the attention of our musical friends: " Jeannie Marsh of Cherry Valley." Song and Chorus. Words by General Morris; Music by Thos. Baker. This song possesses all the elements of immense popularity, and will soon be found on every piano throughout the country. " The Rachel Schottisch," by Thos. Baker, a pretty and elegant specimen of this popular style of music, admirably adapted for dancing. The title page is embellished with a beautiful vignette of M'lle. Rachel (the celebrated actress), in the character of Camillc. " The Marseilles Hymn," as sung by M'lle. Rachel. Newly arranged with French and English, by Thos. Baker. " Longing" and M Parting." Ballads, by M'lle. Julia Pettigrew. Two charming songs by the clever pianiste, M'lle. Pettigrew. The melodies are pretty and flowing, and the accompaniments easy of attainment. The tit...

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