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Page 399 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 24 June 1871
THE EAGLE HAY PRESS. i - . - 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 24TH, 1866. Several years were devoted by the patentee to the per. fection of this powerful press, and its unprecedented sale in the East induces the proprietors to introduce it into California and 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 the resistance; as the levers approach a horizontal position the power can scarcely be estimated. It is 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 h...
California Industrial Fairs for 1871. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 24 June 1871
California Industrial Fairs for 1871. The State Fair hepins on llu- btli, and ends on tlio S3d ol September, at Saoraininto. Tho San Frnneisco Mrcbanica' Itistilutc I'air be-ins on the 6th of iUMt, and continues fntir \vi cl&lt;&gt;. The San.loaciuin Vnlloy Agricultural Fair b«fiM on tlio 12th, and ends on the l.Hh of September, al Stockton. The Ipper Saorainpnto Valley Ajfricultural Society's Fair begins on the 26th of September, atCUico. Tinl SanU Clara Valley Agricultural Society's Van- begin! Aui:ust Mth. and ends September l»t, at S»n .lose. The Sonoma and Marin District Agricultural Fair will be held on the'tfthof Seiiteml&gt;er. and continue six iliiys, at lVUluuia. The times of the other Fairs will be inserted as i-eeeived, ami kept standing until the several Eihibition- shall take l'lace.
DOMESTIC PRODUCE AT WHOLESALE. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 24 June 1871
DOMESTIC PRODUCE AT WHOLESALE. IThe prices Riven below are those for entire consignments from first hands, unless otherwise specified.) San *Fkanci9co, Thurs., a. m., June 22d. FLOUR— market still continues quiet with a further decline of from 12%@25 cts. per bbl. The local trade shows no animation. The only export movement is that quoted below for China, which passed on private terms. Transaction! embrace 2,000 bols. California extra, 2,500 bbls. Oregon extra, and (5,000 qr. sks. National Superfine, —the latter for China. We quote superfine, $(&gt;. 3750; extra, $email@example.com. WHEAT—Is still without demand for export, although offerings have been more free, than for the past few weeks, and at a small decline of about 10 cents since our last report. Good millinu may be quoted af from $firstname.lastname@example.org— "$2.42% may bo set down as the outside for choice. Sales of 15,000 sacks have been reported, during the week, at current rates. The Liverpool market still remains at 11s. Hd. —New Yor...
San Francisco Retail Market Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 24 June 1871
San Francisco Retail Market Rates. Friday, Juno 23, 1871. MISCELLANEOUS. Butter Cal fr. ft 35 ■ 45 Wool Sacks, now 40 &lt;«&amp; 90 Pickled. Cal-ft 3."&gt; (4 Second-hnddo 07V* 70 do Oregon, ft-- 9 Wheat-sks, 22i36 1') » 16 Honey, V 1b..... 25 « 30 Potato Bags. 23 (* 24 Cheese, *• ft ■• • • 20 (&lt;* 25 Seeond-hnddo 15 M&gt; 16 Eihw. per doz... 30 « 35 Deer Skins, « ft. 15 (.« 22 Ijird. 'A Ib IX &lt;•* 20 Sheep sks, wl on flit «i 15 Suitar.cr., Ii I. tb.l 00 (3 Sheep sks, plain. 12V &lt;. 25 Brown, do,? 1 10 OH 13 Goat Hkins.cach. 25 -. 40 Beet, do. 7 ft..l 90 9 Dry Cal. Hides.. Weak Wi Sugar, Man. ft. 25 to) 30 Stilted do Dull Plums, dried, ft. 15 &amp; 25 Dry Mex. Hides. 15 &amp;$ 16 Peaches, dried,• 15 &lt;■« Salted do ato PRODUCE. ETC. Codfish, dry. !b..6 00 ": Vl% Barley, cwt 175 &lt;S1 85 flour, ei,»bbl..7 Ml «7 75 Beans, cwt .. . 2.W «3 00 Siuiertine. do '&gt; ■'*• ©8 00 Potatoes, ...
Leather Market Report. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 24 June 1871
Leather Market Report. [Corrected weekly by Dolliver ft Bro.. No. 109. Poet Bt.) San Francisco, Thursday, Juno '22. Sole LEATHER.—Price still continue! the tminu, thoro being ft scarcity oflight weight*. City Tanned Leather, it* ft ■&lt;*&amp; •» Santa Cruz Leather, ft ft #&lt;5.30 Country Leather. ft 1b.... •■ ,• -:";' -■ All French goods still have an upward tend' with.a Browing scarcity of loading stocks. No change in domestic Jo&amp;Kil.perdoz $«;-' «V« pnn Jodo* II to 19Kil.,perdoz M ink-u 96 00 .lodol" second choice, 11 to 18 Kil. ft doz. * OOtil 98 Ml Lemofae, 16 to 19 Kil., do/, «»5 Levin. 12 and 13 Kil., per dot mm .0 00 ('oinellimi, 16 Kil.. per do* i^ wo Cornelli.n. 12 to 14 Kil., perdoz... Ti^A .0 (Whu Calf. •ydo/. M C&lt;Ku» AlerciorCalt, IB Kit., per d0n..... K@ Common French Calf Skins, ¥ dor. 3A IHU.u .5 00 French Kip. Vlb A',SS. -I 30 Californial&lt;ip,^doz ..••.•-•••• W »!'1 iS « Ka^lern Whenl Stuffed Calf.» ft B0» 1 ...
Page 400 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 24 June 1871
HOOKER'S f| deep-welll In 91 j J Tbe beat and cheapest Poroestic Pump in tbe market. lilCKIt V A. I'UIK, Wholeuale Agents. 112 California; St. Son Francisco. Phelps' Patent Animal Trap, FOR GOPHERS, BQUIRRELB, RATS, CAYOTEB, and other "Varmints." This Trap, as may be seen, Ih of simple construction, not likely to get out of ordur, and very durable. It is Very Efficient and can bo mod conveniently by women or eh ldren THK OHKAPEBT AND BEST YET INVKN'IKD. Price 50cents. By mail, prepaid (to placet win re ex]&gt;p«n chari;eH are hi«h), $1. A liberal discount to elulm o dealer*) who lmy by the dozen. Addretw the inventu and manufacturer, D. V. PBXLPB, San Leandro, Alameda County, Ca al-ly-awbp UILKS 11. OH»T. 4*lllB ■• HATKJf. GRAY &amp; HAVEN, VTTOUNR VS ANU COVNIiKLOItH AT LAW, in BuiliUiiffof P«clrlc Insurance 00., N. K. corner California an Leldexdoril gtrcett, i7v!6 SAN FHANOIBCO. AGENTS WANTED FOU THE YEAR AC DATTI CC A HiKtory of the FrancoUl DMI ILLO, German War....
Page 400 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 24 June 1871
/[/California Cotton Growers . ftV AND MANtTFACTUEEES JJ Board of Trustees of the California Cotton \ Growers and Manufacturers 1 Association: TRUSTEES: A. P. BRATTOH. IT. " BANCROFT. WILLIAM 0. RALSTON. ROBERT &lt; lIHI.M Y. OHABLKBJ PILBBUBy, J. M. STRONG, • KDWAKI) U. NKKLY, -JOHN WIbLANI). JAMES DALE JOHNSTON, CHARLES KOWi:, £ I-.11AIM) SPILKtK. OFFICERS: T* 11 Fill OF*NT • • • KecuetauyV.'.V.V ..JAMES DALR JOHNSTON. Tukam'uf.b BANK OF CALIFORNIA. AITOUNEY LKQNIDAB K. PRATT. Factors KODUI RS. MXVII! ft CO. Gfnerai. Aoent JAMbS DALE JOHNSTON. Resident Director E. B. NKKLY. Plantation Suit.uin'NT.J. M. hTHONO. Assistant do ..KDWARI) SPII.KKR. do ..ROHI- RT CHIMSTY. •'; do ..CHABLKB HOWE. Store Kfei'Kß A in kCI.J. BKATTV JOHNSTON, Knc»l&gt;EKR HJI. 11. MOORh. Tho Commission and Forwarding lloiiso of Rodders, Meyer &amp; Co., of San Francisco, has been selected as Factors. The Actuary of the Commercial Business of tho Association in San Francisco, which will ...
Page 17 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 24 June 1871
The New and Popular Leading Agricultural Journal, by DEWEY &amp; CO., San Francisco. PACIFIC RURAL PRESS The Pacific Rural Pal* is a fine, large paj»er, and promises great things as an agricultural paper—the finest in the State. Success attend it.— Vujaronian. . THE PACIFIC RURAL PRESS is one of the Largest, best Illustrated and most Original and Enterprising Agricultural Journals in America, and has no rival on this side of the Continent. Its Circulation is Rapidly Increasing, and it is Very Popular with its Patrons. Pacific Rcral Pbk.*\—lt is a sixteen-page sheet, and presents a very l« autiful appearance. Such a paper has been in demand on this coast for some time, and we judge from the amount of agricultural information which it contains that it fills the bill. We notice that I. N. Hong, of Yolo county, haß been selected as one of the contributors to its pages. Every funuer should subscribe for it. — loh Mail.
Page 17 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 24 June 1871
It is the duty of the farmers to sustain it, and try and make it a success, which we believe will be done. The price per annum is $4. — Yolo JUu'il. Nkw AoßiccT/ruRAT, Papkk -Thk Pacific Rural Pkkss. —It is truly a model agricultural paper broad itud comprehensive in itH scope, ably edited, and will mark a uew and better era fa the history of agriculture on this coast. It cannpt be supplanted by any agricultural paper published in the East, for the editors are men familiar with the soils and climatic peculiarities of this coast.— San Jose Mercury.
Page 17 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 24 June 1871
Its selections cover a great variety of subjects aid contain the latest discoveries and suggestions in the field which it occupies.— Stockton Indrpe .ident'. The Pacific Rural Fkb&amp;s.—As its name indicates it ia devoted to agriculture in all its branches, and the sum pie number is filled with matter invaluable to farmers, gardeners, i and stock raisers. No man taking any interest in farming, gardening or stock raising ought to • be without the Pacific Rdhal Pkess . It is ; well worth the subscription price— $i per year.— lt. li. KeveWe.
Page 17 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 24 June 1871
One new feature of the Press is a weekly leather market report, which will be found to be of interest to all leather dealers, harness makers and shoe and boot makers.— lndependent. It is crammed full of Hints and Information for the Progressive People of the Pacific States, which are more Profitable and vitally Interesting to our Husbandmen and Industrial Classes than any which can be obtained elsewhere. Subscribe at once for your own Pleasure and Profit. ♦•Pacific Rubal Pbkhs". -The Pacific Itckai. Pkess of Saturday, which has just come _to hand, contains a great amount of matter which will be of interest to farmers, nwuufrtctim'iß and mechanics. The subscription price—sl pet annum—i&gt; certainly a trifling sum for this model paper —devoted as it is to the best Interests of the funner on the Pacific Coast. We predict wucoes* to the Pasas. -l)u!ci&gt;fn(le»L i '*' (OVER.)
Page 18 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 24 June 1871
TAKE THE NEW HOME PAPER! What our Neighbors say of the Pacific Rural Press. A CARD. VK y^ -^^ ' 'oBYo** 3 • ,-W? yif ■"&gt;.■*'&amp;* j/ Ct*ss Af* Drckmbkr, 1870. Having soen the prospectus of the Pacific Bubal Pn»w, and believing there is great need in our comparatively new agricultural districts of such a journal as therein proposed, the undersigned do not hesitate to state that from the Standing reputation and success of its publishers, (Messrs. Pewey &amp; Co., proprietors of the SosNTino Pbjchh,) we believe the new journal will be worthy of universal trial by our agricultural and niral population, and that its publication will be fruitful of much usefulness to its Hubscrilvru and in forwarding the development of our natural wealth and prolific resources. . _ - CHAB F. RKKD, President State Agrlcultnral Society. DR. J. 8. Ct'RTIS, Yolo Co. WM. H. PARKS, lste Prcst. North'n Pint. AR.RociHy. ROB'T BECK, Soc'y C*l State Agricultural Socirty. C. T. WHRKIjKR. ...
Page 18 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 24 June 1871
\ PAW &gt;Van ciscoi / fer*-"^"^ ■' .- •■ ■ ■ ■■-.• • loard of 8* and Foreign Patent Aoknct presents flrowf" 1 important advantages as a Home Agency over ,;»ers by reasons of long establishment, great oxpe. **,c, thorough system, and intimate acquaintance with the subjects of inventions in our own community. All worthy inventions patented through our Agency will have the benefit of an illustration or a description in the RciKNTino Press. We transact every branch of Patent uusiness, and obtain Patents in all civilited countries. The large majority of U. 8 and Foreign Patents granted to inventors on the Pacific Coast have been obtained, through our Agency. We can give the best and most' reliable advice as to the patentability of new invention*. Advice and Ciboulars prkk. Our prices are as low ax any first-class agencies in the Eastern States, while our advantages for Pacific Cc««t inventors are far superior. Enokavino on Wood, of every kind, for illustrating machinery, buildin...
Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 24 June 1871
T. R. CHURCH, FASH'9,NABLE CLOTHING EMPORIUM, ISTo. 223 Montgomery street, Buns ISlo&lt;-l», San Franoisoo, \ »t* WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN F* X 3XT "FH! AND— *" ■ ' ■ •■;,.■■■■■..■■■■, ■ Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, TRUNKS, VALISES, Leather, Canvas, Carpet Bags, etc., etc. PUD SCHREIBER &amp; CO. Sbilaai ObnnClDE.ll tt UUi HAVE REMOVED TO THEIR NEW FURNITURE AND MX WAREROOMS, | 539 MARKET STREET, Soul// Side, nearly opposite Sansome, San Francisco, Gal. Having one ofXhe Largest Furniture Manufactories in the State, with all the late improvements in machinery, we have now unequaled facilities for manufacturing everything in our line, and compete successfully with the Eastern market. We can sell our FURNITURE AT NEW YORE COST, "Wholesale and Hetail. We also make a very SUPERIOR FRENCH SPRING MATTRESS, and keep on hand a larger stock of Ready-made Mattresses and Bedding Material than any other House in San Francisco. Having removed the Oflice and Wholesale Depart...