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MARKET REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 1 February 1855
MARKET REPORTS. San Francisco, January 31,1855. TbadE continues dull, and though we have had some rain, it will not much effect business unless it continues for some time, for at least two weeks of rain is needed Prices of grain and other produce remain without much change, and hut unall sales. AGRICULTURAL IMPLE MENTS —nominal — Shovel Ames' L h. bright$13 00® do s.h ®10 0C Fields', 1. h 12 00® 1* 0( Rowland's, 1. n 00® 12 Ot do a. h... 9 —®10 0C Kimr's, 1. h 8 00® Spades, bright c.s.10 00®— 01 do iron no sale. Coal and Grain Scoops, c. s. 12 00® do do iron. ®— 0( Axes, Collins', a. h. ® 15 01 do Hunts', do ®15 01 Picks, Collins', 4Vs to 6-tb, solid eye 10 00® 12 Ot do other brands. 00®— 01 Helves, heavy hickory pick turned 50® 2 5C do axe ® Plows, best make.14 —®30 do steel 24 00® 40 0( Threshing Machines and Horst power— Hall &amp;, Pitts' no sale. Other makers' — ® — Emmery's, with thresher, sepnrator.nnd fan mill.. —®— Straw Cutters, —® Rakes, horse and revolving, home ...
Page 38 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 1 February 1855
SPECIAL NOTICES. Our Letters.—We would request nil our correspondents to direct Letter! nnd Papers to us at SAN FRANCISCO, ONLY. They will, with such direction, reach us immediately. Letters directed to us at Sacramento, fall to reach us regularly. 4 . v3 WARREN &amp; SON. 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 : tor 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. Wanted.—All the varieties of California Clover Seed, for which the highe-t price will be paid at the Office of the "California Farmer," 13 Masonic Hall Building, Montgomery street. fJIP Our New Office.— We invite our friends to our new office in the " Masonic Hall," on Montgomery street, opposite Lo Count it Strongs. We can show them many wonderful specimen...
Page 38 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 1 February 1855
Intrhnm's Improved Smut Machines. rpHESE Machines combine all the apparatus necessary to X clean-e Grain, rendering it unnecessary to have any other machinery for that purpose in the mill. They are portable and occupy nbout four feet square on the floor, by eight and a halt feet in height; and will clean the worst samples of Smutty Grain, also remove short straws, white caps, suds and other foul in the most perfect manure. AH of the offal worth saving is collected in a reservoir, while the smut and light dust are passed out of the mill, allowing the machine to be put on the same floor with the tiour chests or whereever most convenient, without being enclosed. It is a California improvement and d isigned to meet the wants of this country ; eastern machines bavins been found to be inadequate to that purpose. It has received the highest recommendation from all airlns them, among whom are Pettit &amp; H idaekins. Brighton Mills, Sacramento: Brooks &amp; Hull, Happy Valle...
Page 38 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 1 February 1855
MISCELLANEOUS. TREADWELL &amp; CO., CORNER OP CALIFORNIA AND BATTERY STREETS, SAN FRANCISCO. IMPORTERS, JOBBERS AND RETAILERS OF Hardware and Mining Tools ; also, Agricultural Implements, Field and Garden Seeds of all descriptions, from the celebrated House of Messrs. Ruggles, Nourse, Mason &amp; Co., Boston. Field and Garden Seeds of all varieties; Ploughs, Harrows, Cultivators, Seed Sowers, of all kinds j Threshers, Reapers. Mowers, Fan Mills, Straw Cutters, Corn Shellers, Vegetable Cutters, Corn and Flour Mills, Sausage Cutters and Stutfers, Horse Powers. Smut Mills, Wheat Drills, Churns, Ox Yokes, Bows, Horse Rakes—together with all the small tools and implements appertaining to cultivation. N. B.—Branch House at Marysvillc All orders promptlyattended to. v "3-5 TREADWELL &amp; C 0.," CORNER OF FIRST STREET AND MAIDEN LANE, M AEYS VILLE. Corner of California and Battery street*, San Francvtco. No. 56 Federal street, Boston. Importers of Hardware, Iron, St...
Page 38 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 1 February 1855
FLOURING MILLS. HENRY rOLLEY, B. S. NICHOLS. SETH 11. GARFIELD POLLEY &amp; CO., BAY STATE MILLS, ti street, between Front anil Second. BAY STATE LOWER MILLS, Corner of Front and R streets, Sacramento, MANUFACTURE the celebrated Brnnd of Flour known as the "Buy State Lower Mills," which enn ihrtm be found nt our store. No. 49 X street. Also,' fresh ground Buckwheat and Graham Flour, fresh ground Corn Meal, Middlings, Bran, and ground Barley, Sic. which is disposed at the lowest prices. Barley, Wheat and C&lt; m Ground to Order. v3-l Happy Volley Flour Mills, Corner of First arid Melius streets, San Francisco. Encourage Home Industry and Home Production. THE attention of dealers and consumers of Flour is respectfully invited to'the Superior Article manufactured nt the above establishment, from California Wheat of the growth of 1854, selected and prepared with the greatest care. These Mills have been in successful operation for nearly two years, during which time the p...
Page 39 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 1 February 1855
HORTICULTURAL, &amp;C. 17,000 Premium Strowbcrry Plants! From the BkeU Mound NurterUt and Fruit Gardens, Near San Antonio, Alamed.-. County. WE offer for sale the follow ing List ot Plants, viz.: 1,000 Boston Pine, at $70 per 100 5,000 British Queen, " 35 " " 1,000 B.irr's New Pine " 35 " " 500 Rival Hudson, " 35 " " 5,000 Large Early Scarlet, " 15 " " 2,000 Hovcy's Seedling, " 15 " " 1,000 Prolific Hautboy, " 15 "■ " 1,000 Black Prince, " 15 " " 500 Crimson Cone, " 15 " " Plants from " Shell Mound " received n premium at the late Fair of the California State Agricultural Society. Several of the varieties above named are believed to be remarkable tor their fruitful uua'litiis, having been cultivated for several years by Mr. Sautbrd, at his gardens in Wayne county, N. V., with special reft ran r to the production of fruit. Orders received for ntty number of plants, (not less than 100) and promptly executed. On invoices of $500, and over, a discount of twenty per cent, from th...
Page 39 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 1 February 1855
AGRICULTURAL, See. Agricultural Implement*. FRENCH Burr Mill Stones, (fcree iimi four feet diumeter, with nil the Irons ; Smith's Patent Premium Smut Machines; Fewer aud Hand Corn Mills ; Corn Shelters; Anchor Brand Bolting Cloth; Brass and Iron Wire Cloth ; Hover Steel Plows, Nos. (i and 7 ; Peora " " " 5, si,«f and 6; Clipper" " " u'-i, 0. 16 and 18; Trojan and Eagle east Plows, all sizes ; Extra Points for cast Plows; Straw Cutter! aud Fan Mills ; Thermometer Churns ; Garden Rakes and Hoes; Fresh Garden nnd Field Seeds ; Garden and Coal Barrows ; Hand saws, c.luw hammers, hntchets, butcher's saws and cleavers, planes, Ames' long and short handled shovels and spades, Collins' long handled axes, picks, mattocks, harrow teeth, two and ionr horse farm wagons, grub and plantation hoes, six and eight lined manure forks, whilfletrces, ox yokes and chains, Ketohum's mowing machines, Seymour &amp;. Morgan's reaping machine*. For sale by H. McNALLY, 85 Washington street, between Ba...
Page 39 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 1 February 1855
STEAMERS. Californ a Steam Navigation Company. t ot^S^ F(,n E^Bh .1A Ml All V, 185.). aJ&amp;rMSmmm Departure ft mi I'ullijo street wharf, at 4 o'clock, I. M. FOR SACRAMENTO. Steamer NEW WORLD, Capt. Seymour; Steamer ANTELOPE, I). Van Pelt, matter; Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. • Steamer W. 0, HUNT, E. A. Poole, master; Tuesdays, Thursdays and Suturdays The W. G. HUNT will leave Sundnys, at 10 a. m. FOR STOCKTON. TOUCHING AT MARTINEZ, RENICIA, AND MAR SITS LANDING. Steamer CORNELIA, E. Coneklin. master; • Steamer H. T. CLAY, S. Barroll, Master; Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays. Steamer AMERICAN EAGLE, E. Polk master; Steamer SOPHIE, E. C. M. Chadwick, master; Tue.-days, Thursdays, and Suturdays. FOR MARYSVILLE. Steumer J. BRAGDON, Thomas Seely, master—Mondays and Thursdays. Steamer ELLEN HENSLEY, E. C. M. Chadwick, master— Wednesdays and .Saturdays. FOR &amp;AN JOSE. ALVISO AND SANTA CLARA. Steamer GUADALOUPE, S. Card, master—will leave every Tuesday, Thursday and S...
Page 39 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 1 February 1855
M ISCIvLLANEOUS. SOLIDIFIED MILK. MANUFACTUREI! BT T. BLATCHFORD. FOR lAXI IIY BINGHAN &amp; &amp;EYNOLDS, !401 Sun some street. THE PRESERVED MILK is mnde from PORE FRESH MILK, combined] with crushed sugar, and when reduced to liquid, v Mated in the directions, can be used lor all purpoeCß for which Milk is 14-ed, as it ii simply Pure Milk and Sugar. The Tablet weight one pound and is equal to live pint- ol pure milk. The proprietor recommends with confidence the article to all persons going to sea, its properties of M'l-preservntion having been fullj tested during the last eighteen months. To the WHALING interests its value is inestimable, and to travelers by laud or tea, (especially when accompanied by young children) it recommends iUelf by its portublencss and the facility with which it may be used _, Certificates. The proprietor would cull the attention of the public to the following certificates: New York, April 4, 1854. Mr, &amp; T. litatc/iford— Dear ...
THE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 1 February 1855
THE PRESS. WM. OLAND BOURNE. A million tongues nre thine, and they are heard Speakini ot hope to nations in the prime Oi Freedom's day, to hasten on the time When ttie wide world of spirit shall be stirred With higher aims than BOW —when man shall call Each man his brother—euch shall tell to each His tale ot love—and pure nnd holy speech Be music for the soul's high lestival! Thy gentle notes are heard like choral waves, Reaching the mountain, plain, and quiet vale— Thy thunder-tones are like to sweeping gale, Bidding the tribes ot men no more be slaves ; And earth's remotest island hears the sound That floats on ether wings the world around I
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 1 February 1855
Of all the Devils avoid the Blues. —Remember this is a comical world, given to calculation—therefore, if you would thrive and have "tallow covered kidneys," you must tickle the community and cut melancholy. Nobody wants to listen to distress if he can possibly avoid it — in a word, misery is a "dem bore" and won't be tolerated. A comedian can extract his hundred dollars a night, from almost any community—a beggar is doing a deuced good business if he raises two loaves of bread. For children to complain is all very well, Mr. Ferguson, but for a man with good sense to go about like a dog with a scorbutic cranium—is a ridiculous waste of good grunting, that might better be kept for the cholic. Even the character of Cicero is lessened by the complaints he suffered to escape him ; and who can read the sad things written by the banished Ovid, without despising the man whose misfortunes debased, whereas they should have •xalted his mind. Men who have experienced evils which are really of a...
MARRIED. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 1 February 1855
MARRIED. On the 27 h Jan., in this city, by Rev. F. Mooshake, Frederick Boehme and MWs Clara Tittel. On the 25th Jan., in this city, by Rev. Mr. Mooshake, Wm. W. Hannes, of S.moma, and Miss Johanna Seemann, of San Francisco. On the 23d Jan., in Sacramento, Win. Phillips, of Mariposa, and Mrs. Ma y Harris, of Sacramento. On the 25t l Jun., by Rev. H. H. Rhee-, A C. Neil, ot Sacramonto, and Miss Virginia E. Burlace, of Dry Creek, El Dorado county. On the 25th Jan., by Justice W. Singer, John G.Williams and Miss Margaret A. Kiikpatrick, both ol Yuba county.
DIED. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 1 February 1855
DIED. On the 2bth Jan., in this city, Samuel Ressegine, a native of Wi consin, aged 55 years. Op the 24th Jan., at Forest City, A. Greenwaldt, aged 28 years, a naive of Germany. On the 26th Jan., at the residence of Dr. J. Marks, at Negro H'll, of typhoid lever, Dr. A. A. Joseph, a native of Charleston, S. C. On the 85th Jan., in this city, Mary, wile of J. J. Pennypackcr. On the 24th Jan., in Sacramento, Clement W. Coote, late City Surveyor, aged 35 years. On the 27th Jan., in S icraraento, Alexander Anderson, late Attorney at Law in Nevada.
SAN FRANCISCO MARINE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 1 February 1855
SAN FRANCISCO MARINE LIST. ARRIVAL.:. j aN . 24 —Hamb bark Congo, Dinse, Hong Konir, 55 days; mdse. Jan. 25—Br bark Bankside, Hidlin, London, 163 days; mdse. Schr Olivia, Thomas, Monterey, 3 days ; produce, Jan. 26—Clipper ship Wild Hanger, Sears, New York, 124 days ; md-c. Schr Loo Choo, Smith, Santa Cruz, 36 hours ; produce. Sloop Col. Collier, Elves, Hail-Moon Bay, 2 days; produce. Jan. 27 —Ham brig Muinlust, Na. on, Hamburg, 206 days, via Valparaiso 47 days; md.-e. Schr Gen Pieice, Coffin, Honolulu, 27 days ; mdse, etc. Schr Ada, Josselvn, Monterey, 2 days; produce. Schr Francirco, Miller, Pajaro, 2 days ; produce. Schr Oi tolon, Robinson, Pujaro, tV| days ; produce. Jan. 28 —Stmr Goliah, Erskine, San Diece, 2&gt;si days; mdse,etc. Mex brig Cornelia, Nye, Mazatlan, 37 days, via San Jose del Cabo, 32 days; md.-e. Schr Henry, R=dfield, Bodega, 16 hours ; produce. Schr Jos Hewett, Loper, Tomalep, 1 day ; produce. Schr Warsaw, Holmau, San Pedro, 19 days, in ballast. Schr Mt ...
Page 40 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 1 February 1855
BANKERS. Daniel D. Page, 1 David Chambers, I Francis W. Pazc, Henry D. Bacou, I Henry Hnight, Sacramento City, St. Louis, I San Francisco, j PAGE, BACON, &amp; CO.. BANKERS, Montgomery, corner of California street, San Francisco, draw at sight, in sums to suit, on— Geo. Peabody &amp;. Co London. F. Huth &amp; Co London American Exchange Bank New York. Duncnn, Sherman &amp; Co New York. Atlantic Bank Boston. Philadelphia Rank Philadelphia. Josiah Lee &amp; Co Baltimore. Loinsiania State Bank New Orleans. Page &amp; Bacon St. Louis. Hutchings &lt;fc Co Louisville. T. S. Goodman &amp;. Co Cincinnati. S. Jones &amp; Co Pittsburg. Gold Dust uud Exchange purchased at current rates. 12 VAN VLECK. READ &amp; DREXEL, BANKERS, corner of Commercial and Montgomery streets draw at sight, in sums to suit, on Ocean Bank New York. Bank ot North America Boston. Mechanics' and Farmers' Bank Albany Drexel &amp; Co ...
Page 40 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 1 February 1855
HOKTICULTURAI.. &amp;C. Smith's Fomological Gardens, Banks of the American Hirer, two and a half miles from Sacramento city. rpHE proprietor of the Gardens would respectfully invite all X who are engnged in " Nursery and Gardening " to \ i*-it his grounds. He will be happy to show to them, ready for sale, this lull, as fine a collection of Fruit Trees, Oritamrittal Trees, Grape Vines, Shrubs, Flowering Plants, and Green House Plants, as can be found in all the great Sacramento Valley. The proprietor would call particular attention to his collection of Peaches, believing that the specimens exhibited by him in Sacramento and San Francisco markets have been unsurpassed in size, quality, or flavor. The collections of Pear Trees will equal any in the country ; these, with all the new varieties, will be ottered this autumn. Tho undersigned believes his collection worthy a visit to his grounds of all who are interested in Gardening and Orcharding. The subscriber will otter this aut...