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Grapes Ripening Earlier than Formerly. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 4 January 1855
Grapes Ripening Earlier than Formerly. Method of Cultivation more importont than Climate. In a recent conversation with Dr. Underhill says the New York American Agriculturist, of Croton Point, he informed us that both the Isabella and Catawba, are evidently ripening earlier, from year to year. Ten to twelve years since, the earliest bunches of Isabellas, were ready for market about the first of October. The past season they were equally forward on the 12th of September. This season has, however, been a remarkable one, and some allowance is to be made on that account; but last year, and the year before, the grapes were as mature about the 18th of September, as formerly at the end of that month. Dr. TJ. thinks the Isabella may be cultivated much farther north than has generally been supposed, by reducing the amount of fruit to the vine, so that there may be a greater flow of sap, and by this means an earlier growth and maturity, secured. He thinks much more depends upon the method of ...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 4 January 1855
Who will Make a Good Wipe.—When you see a young woman who rises early, sets the table and prepares her father's breadfast cheerfully, depend upon it she will make a good wife. You may rely upon it that she possesses a good disposition and kind heart. When you see a young woman just out of bed at 9 o'clock, with her elbow upon the table, gasping and sighing, *' Oh how dreadfully I feel," rely upon it she will not make a good wife. She must be lazy and mopish. When you see a girl with a broom in her hand sweeping the floor, with a rubbing board or clothes line in her hand, you may put it down that she is industrious, and will make a good wife for somebody. When you see a girl with a novel in her left hand and a fan in her right, shedding tears, you may be sure that she is unfit for a wife. Happiness and misery are before you, which will you choose?
Profitable Farming. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 4 January 1855
Profitable Farming. Mr. Coming, in his address before theConnecRiver Agricultural Society, says: Farmers will in future time come to understand that the earth and the air are both full of wealth to them. They will understand that the deeply bedded clay and the hard pan which is hidden far down in the ground are worth something more than merely to hold the world together. They will be found opening deep and broad drains, in the operation of which they will obtain valuable material for top-dressing on their upland, and at the same time make their lowlands of much greater value by relieving them of surplus water. They will discard the idea of cultivating much land with the use of a little manure, as requiring much labor and tending to penury. High cultivation, without fancy farming, will be in the way of the successful farmer of future time. The importance of thoroughly pulverizing the soil will be better understood, and the value of the subsoil. Men who know little or nothing, by expe...
DOMESTIC DIALOGUE. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 4 January 1855
DOMESTIC DIALOGUE. Between Farmer Ashfield and his Wife, Mrs. Dorcas Ashfield. (The following is principally taken from the Ohio Farmer. Wo substitute the name of our own paper for theirs:) Seene — The living room of a neat and substantial cottage. Time — An evening in November. The farmer and his wife are seen sitting on opposite sides of the table; the farmer with the last issue of the California Farmer, in his hand; while Mrs. Ashfield is engaged with her kitting work. Farmer Ashfield. —Well, really, this is comfortable. Our crops, though somewhat lighter than usual, are all gathered in, the cattle and sheep are well provided for, and with a good shelter over our heads, and a supply of all the necessaries, and many of the luxuries of life, we have, indeed, much to be thankful for. Our children, dear wife, owing to the lessons and examples of their excellent mother, are strongly attached to their humble home, aud seem to be imbued with a love of those principles, which constitute ...
Rome-The Eternal City. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 4 January 1855
Rome-The Eternal City. Ages since, on the banks of the Italian Tiber, there was a little city of no importance politically or commercially—a city built by a second Cain, and peopled by David's band regathered "every one that was in distress, and every one that was in debt, and every one that was discontented." Their monarchy was trivial —their authority unacknowledged —their bravery of small account. A horde of men worse off than David's were —for he had one wife when he slew Nabal to get another; they had none at all, and with more justice than he, carried off all the sweet Abigails from their Sabine spouses, without perpetrating his crime upon their husbands. How they espoused these wives—how the earlier and later consorts of the Roman ladies warred and were reconciled, history relates. If we turn the leaves and overlook events that happened in the succeeding century or two, we shall find Rome—a state—exerting a wide influence upon her neighbors—possessed of an enriching commerce ...
Mrs. Judson—Fanny Forester. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 4 January 1855
Mrs. Judson —Fanny Forester. A mind more gifted, a temperament more sensitive, and a heart more wondrously tried by all that could bind the crown of thorns which shines brightest in heaven, never passed from the earth, we may well believe, than in the death of her, whose names (by which she is known to the world) we have here written. Of the two lives that she lived successfully, while a tenant of the fragile frame whose pulses are now still—the first, a brilliant and brief one of literary success, and the last a slow and painful martyrdom of sacrifices and sorrow —genius and an almost unparalleled sensibility deepened, a thousand-fold, the varied experience. Few will have, ever gone to the right hand of God, we reverently feel, with more about which the angels will gather, to read the record in eyes tearful no longer. She was of that heavenly purity and self-sacrificing and humble goodness, which, it is the mystery of an inscrutable Providence should be selected for such trial on e...
To Our Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 4 January 1855
To Our Subscribers. With the close of the year it is all important that we should call upon those who are indebted to us. Though the sums may be small from each, yet the aggregate is large and of moment to us, as we wish to fulfil our own obligations and improve our paper, thus giving back again more value to our readers. We have forwarded our bills through Messrs. Adams &amp; Co., and Wells, Fargo &amp; Co.'s messengers, and we trust those to whom they are sent will cheerfully respond and aid us in the work we have before us. Our agents will please distribute the extras we send them, and we trust our friends will peruse the circular which we re-issue the present week.
SAN FRANCISCO MARINE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 4 January 1855
SAN FRANCISCO MARINE LIST. ARRIVALS. Dec. 28 —Schr lowa, Gregg. Pajaro, 3 days ; produce. Dec. 29—Schr S D Bailey, Garson, San Pedro; mdse. Dec. 30—P M Steamship Sonora, Whiting, Panama, 14 days, with the mails, passenegrs, etc. Clipper schr Vaquero, Newell, Honolulu, 16 days; mdse, etc. Clipper schr Golden Gate, Schander, Honolulu, 18 days; mdse. Schr Queen of the West, Copeland, Santa Cruz, 30 hrs; lime. Schr Francisco, Miller, Pajaro, 36 hours ; produce. Schr Horace, Keyes, Tomales, 9 days , produce Schr Odd Fellow, Austin, Santa Cruz, 36 hours ; produce. Schr Olivia, Thomas, Monterey, 2 days; produce. Dec. 31—Steamer Goliali, Erskinc, San Diego, 3 days; mdse. Schr J M Ryerson, McCarthy, Pajaro, 12 hours; produce. Schr Ortolon, Robinson, Soquel, 12 hours ; produce. Jan. 1—Clipper ship Challenge;, Kenney, New York, 118 days, with mdse. Russian ship Nicholas Ist, Klinkoffarom, Sitka, 27 ds; timber. Clipper bark J A Falkinburg, Fulkinburg, Boston, 115 days; with mdse. Br brig Prankl...
To the Readers of the California Farmer. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 4 January 1855
To the Readers of the California Farmer. The annexed communication, with the names attached, has been kindiy tendered to us. We would only ask of our friends to read and judge for themselves, as to the importance of the subject named therein. We are deeply grateful for every testimonial of favor and encouragement in our labors, and we shall speak our mind more fully with the next number, in our "New Year's" wish to them. We shall also add other names which were kindly tendered, and shall be heartily grateful for every approving word and token from every source. — TO THE FRIENDS OP Agriculture, Horticulture, and Floriculture. " Knowleoge is power," is a truth nowhere more fully illustrated-than in the field of your enterprise ; and on no part of that field more important than in our State. In other States and different climates, the experience of ages is condensed into books; and the son inherits the practical knowledge of his father. Their books are their general guide, and their pe...
MARRIED. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 4 January 1855
MARRIED. On the Ist Jan., in this city, at Grace Church, by Right Rev. Win. Ingraham Kip, Ferdinand C. Ewer and Sophie Mandell Congdou. [As pretty birds from bough to bough Make flight while sweetly singing, So the young maiden, e'er that vow, Fast round one heart is clinging: 'Tie then she says, no Bong or dance, For others have I, never, For from my heart shall brightly glance The love that's " Ewers" forever.] Also, on the evening of the Ist, by the same clergyman, Frank ■Soule and Eunice Frostena Soul 6. ['Tis said, when heart meets kindred heart, A tender vow they plight; That kindred minds should never part, But both in one unite; But great the bliss that hum control That life, when "Soule" meets kindred "Soule.") On the 25th Dec, in Marysville, Mr. John Lowery and Miss Bridget Cunningham. On the 36th Dec., at Nevada, Thomas Wainwright Colbiun, of Boston, Mass., and Miss Louise Elizabeth Mather, of Albany, N. Y. On the 27th Dec., at the residence of Dr. Wm. M. Gwin, Hon. I. S....
DIED. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 4 January 1855
DIED. On the 25th Dec., in thin city, J. A. Nautre, formerly of New Orleans, La. On the 21st Dec, in Marysville, John Fonton, aged 14 years. On the 23d Dec, in Marysville, D. E. Rolls, late of Lawrence, Macon county, 111., aged about 40 years. On the 24th Dec, at Mud Springs, of typhoid fever, George C. Lunt, of Freeport, Maine, aged 24.
MARKET REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 4 January 1855
MARKET REPORTS. San Francisco, January 3,1855. jobbing: prices. AGRICULTURAL IMPLE- Wheat, Chili 2 ® 2^ MENTS—nominal— do Californi.. Shovels, LUMBER—nominal Ames' L h. brightsl4 00® Timber, Oregon Pine, so *■ M do s.h ®10 00 25 OO®--Fields', L h 13 00® 14 00 Plank and Sc't'g..2s 00®35 00 Rowland's, 1. A...12 00® 14 00Plank E.w.p. c 1.60 00®70 00 do s. h... 9 —®10 00 do E. oa 80 00@100 King's, 1. h 14 00® Boards. Exl. Ist q.65 00® Spades,bright c. 5.15 00® 18 00 do 2d q.45 00®55 00 do iron 8 00® 10 00 do G. y. p. f100r65 00®75 00 Coal and Grain Scoops, c. s. do o.piup,rough2s 00®30 00 12 00® do redwood, Mendocino, gang do do iron. ®8 00 sawed 30 00®35 00 Axes, Collins', a. h.22 00®24 00 do Bay&amp;Bolinat2s 00®27 00 do Hunts', do. ®15 00 Floor Joint 25 00®30 00 Picks, Collins', 4Ms to 6-16, solid Shingles, E. best . 7 00® 8 00 eye 8 00® 10 00 Clapboards, No. 1.30 00@36 00 do other brands .5 00® 7 00 Laths, Eastern ... 6 00® 8 00 Helves, heavy hickory pick, do California.. 5 ...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 4 January 1855
SPECIAL NOTICES. Our New Office.—We invite our frienda to our new office in the " Masonic Hall," on Montgomery street, opposite Le Count &amp; Strongs. We can show them many wonderful specimens, such as are rarely seen, and we ospecially invite them to call and examine the various schedule and invoices we have to offer for sale. Trees, Seeds, Plants, Grains, Houses, Lands, Inventions, Works of Art of all kinds, these we are happy to show, and can interest our friends if they will but call and see us. WARREN &amp; SON. |y Native Pines, Oaks, &amp;c. — Cones of the Native Pines, Acorns from our Mountain Oaks, Seed of all our Mountain Shrubs, and of every species of Valuable Tree or Shrub ; for these the lull price will be paid, if satisfactorily labelled, classified and arranged, at the Office of the " California Farmer," 13 Masonic Hall Building, Montgomery street. £2P Wanted.—All the varieties of Calilornia Clover Seed, for which the highest price will be pai...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 4 January 1855
Agricultural Implements. FRENCH Burr Mill Stones, three and four feet diameter, with all the Irons ; Smith's Patent Premium Smut Machines; Power and Hand Corn Mills ; Corn Shelters; Anchor Brand Bolting Cloth; Brass and Iron Wire Cloth ; Rover Steel Plows, Nos. 6 and 7; Peora " ■ " 5, sVfc and 6; Clipper " " " 5Mj, 6, 16 and 18; Trojan and Eagle cast Plows, all sizes; Extra Points for cast Plows; Straw Cutters and Fan Mills ; Thermometer Churns; Garden Rakes and Hoes; Fresh Garden and Field Seeds; Garden and Coal Barrows ; Hand saws, claw hammers, hatchets, butcher's saws and cleavers, planes, Ames' long and short handled shovels and spades, CoUins' long handled axes, picks, mattocks, harrow teeth, two and four horse farm wagons, grub and plantation hoes, six and eight fined manure forks, whinletrees, ox yokes and chains, Ketcnum's mowing machines, Seymour &amp; Morgan's reaping machines. For sale by H. McNALLY, 85 Washington street, between Battery and Front. 3-1 (Opposite ...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 4 January 1855
MISCELLANEOUS. GARDEN SEEDS, Growth of 1854. FRESH and GENUINE, per " Express."—Just received anc constantly arriving— 500 lbs. Yellow Onion Seed, 100 " Red " " 60 " White " " 200 " Top Onions for sets. Fruit Seeds, &amp;c, of 1854 ; Peach, Apple, Plum, Cherry, Pear Locust, White P rch, Elm, Osage Orange, Raspberry; togethei with a complete assortment of Shaker and California Gardei Seeds. Also, Flower Seeds, Californian and Eastern. Wholesale and Retail, by C. MORRILL, Druggist, And agent for the sale of the New Lebanon Shaker Seeds Botanical Herbs and Extracts. _.-.».« X street, cor. Third, Sacramento. v 3.1 Branch store, P. street, cor. Third. HOWARD, BOBRADAILE &amp; CO., Wholesale Dealers, in Drugs, Medicines. Paints, Oils Camphene, Perfumery and Fancy Articles, Corner of J and Sixth streets, Sacramento. WE would respectfully announce that we have opened i new Drug Store at the above place, where Physicians Druggists and Merchants will find a large and well sele...