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Page 63 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 28 January 1871

Douthett's Patent Double Motion DASH CHURN. Making Butter in from 6 to 10 Minutes. The only really useful and practical CHURN Ever Offered to the Public. The old style of DASHEH CHURN always had the preference over all others, and with this simple and practical attachment, now stands without a r.l At the Kast it is rapidly taking the place of the Thermometer and Cylinder Churn, and its Hales are enormous. Having bought the Itiu-IM for tills Coast, we are now prepared to furnish either large or small CHURNS AND CASTINGS as may be desired. We manufacture six different siz* s of churns and the small casting can be applied to the three smaller sizes, and the large one with the frame and balance wheel to the three larger ones. WE CHALLENGE COMPETITION iv this churn and Invite any one needing a GOOD churn to examine and try this one before purchasing elsewhere. The gearing is all simple, leaving nothing to get out of order; the dasher is easily removed by simply opening or removing the gu...

Publication Title: Pacific Rural Press
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Page 63 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 28 January 1871

WIESTER & CO., No. 17 New Montgomery Street, San Francisco. PATENTS BOUGHT AJST* SOLD OIV COM3IISSION. Hiongfsliox'cs Combination Tool. Y»^ This device is just what its name indicates. As a Kitchen 'SSSSjjijjll,.^ Tool it is indispensible. It will fit and lift with perfect safety> any stove Lid, Frying Pan, Pie Pan, Pot, Kettle, oranyothiilSSl er vessel or dish used about a stove. It is a complete tool for BHBWMMB mr. rag3SSEa==s6^°- 'Im*!— stretching carpets, driving tacks, pulling tacks, &c, &c. It L_ "vV^ *~ ."""l.ii^"!p -vBT~^L answers the d< üble purpose ot hammer and pincers, and is al- "•- cfbwS' so a good Nut Ciaeker. It is made of the best malleable iron, tzffSir and the Hammer, Pincers and tack puller, are all hardened so t3 as to stand the roughest usage. An Agent is wanted in every town on the Pacific Coast to sell this vtiluablu little implement. Retail price fifty cents. New Gas lld^lit. 1 This Light takes tho p...

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Page 63 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 28 January 1871

Willamette Farmer, Balein ( Oregon. The only AkilcuKui'ul Paper publlkhed In Oregon, Tho Best Advortising Medium. Terms of Subscription:—One year, $2.50; six months, $1.50. Address Bv2l-tf A. li. STINSON, PublUher.

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Page 63 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 28 January 1871

BAKER & HAMILTON, IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN IMPLEMENTS ANI> MA CHIRKS, PORTA. lll.r. I 1 \ M ENOINES, HARDWARE, Would call the attention of Farmers and Dealers in Agricultural Implements to their very extensive stock for the trade of 1870-1871, CONSISTING OF Flnwn, Harrow*, Cnltlvutom, Ilorse Hori, Qang Plows, Seeil Sower*, llutkeye CJmln Hi iilh, Hill's Cul. Sower*, liny Catters, Seed Cleuners, GrUt Mills, Km ley Mills. Cider Mills, Fan MIIU, Hrape Crnvhers, Mowers, Reapers, Headers, Header Wagons, Threshers, Wheeled Rakes, Hay Presses, Rubber Belting, Leather Belting, Baling Wire, Baling Rope, Nails, Shovels, Bolts Rivets, etc., etc. Orders by mail or Express will receive prompt attention. BAKER k HAMILTON, Nob- J), 11, 13, and 15, J street, Sacramento, l\l-3mr Nos. 17 & 19 Front st., San Francisco. TIIE ASPHALTUM PRESSURE PIPE COMPANY, HAVING E«ECTEI> A MANUFACTORY of sufficient capacity to supply their Asphaltum Pipe in large quantiti...

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Page 64 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 28 January 1871

TO CLUBS. Send in yonr subscriptions as fast as obtained. After the first ten names have been paid for, others can be added within Tny reasonable time, thereafter on the same terms. Clubs may be composed partly of names for Rural, and partly for SriENaiFio Press Blanks and extra copies furnished when desired. What our Neighbors say of the Pacific Rural Press. It is a beautiful and valuable sheet.— San Jot* fad, The first No. evinces marked editorial ability Kills up a vacancy that has been felt in our agricultural department. With its publishers there is no such word as fail.— Mt. M'JUfngcr. We believe every subscriber will be satisfied with'the investment of the price of subscription. $4.—i>"n |ni Dem, It is a work which no,farmer should by .without.—i Yrdca Union. An admirable specimen both as to execution and contents. ... Contains a lariie amount and great variety 'of attractive reading matter and several excellent illustrations.—[Starktun Daily Ind. A large 16-page w...

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Page 64 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 28 January 1871

New Advertisements. JVo quack, indelicate or other disreputable notices iriii be accepted. All advertisements in this paper appear in our monthly edition and bound volumes of the Pacific Rural Press for Railroad Depots, Steamboats, Hotels, and other free reading rooms. FLOWER SEEDS! J Our New Illustrated Catalogue, Containing lists of Stove and Bedding Plants. Flower Seeds, Hurdy Herbacious Plants, Dahlias, Gladiolus. Lillies. and other bulbs, is now ready and will be mailed to all applicants. Address, MICHEL BROS. & KERN, 107 N. 6th street, St. Louis, Mo. N. B. Choico bulbs and soedn Bent by mail. 4vl-:lmr GLEN GARDENS, <*3pBi ONE MILE EAST FROM SACRAMENTO. JaSam. Large stock of fruit and shade trees for sale. My stock embraces all the celebrated varieties that are favorably known, including the justly celebrated "Hales Early Peach!" of which variety I have l,r>oo bearing trees. Also, Giupe Vinks and Cuttings of the leading sorts; 100,000 Blackberr...

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Page 64 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 28 January 1871

ITALIAN BEES. #Aro steadily gaining in favor with bee* «rf3*_ keepers ill the Eastern States and in %?3i§» Europe. Their hardiness, greater in- &yS£rb± dustry, stiperior quantity und quality -■*— of honey produced by them, as well as their more peaceable disposition while being handled, make them doubly as valuable as the. common Black Bee. Many thousands of Italian Queens are reared and sent by express and mail to all parts of the country annually by numeroiis breeders in the Eastern States, who are taxed to their utmost to supply the demand. I havo as puke Italian stock as any in tho United States, and will sell at Eastern prices. Bee Hives and Ueo Books for sale. Also, Shade Trees, Mulberry Trees and Silk Worm Eggl, at lowest prices. Send for Circuluars, Address J. S. HARBISON, 3vl Sacramento, Cal. . Jtjfefito WAREHOUSE^ | y^^all^^iMPOßTEßjffc DEALER© _^L \m&. 57 STATE STREET, CHICAGO. — ALSO— the special Western Agents for the celebrated LANDSCAPE HAND LA...

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Page 64 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 28 January 1871

On Corrospondonts. We are authorized to name the 'following, among the well known writers on this coast, who will write rcKiilnrly or occasionally for the columns of the I'ltrss. Prof. BzraCarr. of the Ihiiversity of California l>r. J. It. Thomas, Vaoaville: F. N. Hoaff, \V. Wadsworth, T. M. Logan M. I)., Key O. O. Wheeler, and J. 8. Harbison, Baoramento; B. 8. olden, M. D., Stockton 8. 11. Herring: Dr. Anderson, Santa Cruz { O. N. Swoßy, Esq., Marysvflles and others whom we may lie at liberty to mention hereafter. Orit Aiivr.ui isiits A more deserving of patronage list cannot be found in any journal. A. B. Bowers, of this paper is making a short trip in the county of Sonoma, and will be glad to rcoivo nubscriptions and receipt foi dues, to either the Bcikntifio or Hural Press. Take Your Choice. -Since its first Issue we have sent this paper to the subscribers of the fanning edition of the Scjkntifri Pbess. If we have thus transferred the names of any who prefer the Bcnum...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 4 February 1871

Number 5.] SAN FRANCISCO, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1871. [Volume I. PACIFIC RURAL PRESS

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Sunset on the Coast. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 4 February 1871

Sunset on the Coast. We reproduce this week a fine marine piece by one of our most celebrated American marine painters, Mr. De Haas, of New York. The original painting has been ehromo-lithographed by Prang, and the engraving is copied from the chromo. We proposed, in a former article, saying a few words concerning chromos. As we owe the extensive application of this art to Mr. Prang, it may be of interest here to give a few facts in the history of this gentleman. These may be considered correct, as they are taken from his own paper. Mr. Prang is by birth a German, and received in his native country and other continental States, as well as in England, a thoroughly practical education in everything pertaining to the application of chemistry to the useful arts. Be coming embroiled with the Government of Prussia in consequence of the active part which he felt it his duty to take in the revolutionary movements of 1848, he determined to emigrate to the United States, and, soon after his a...

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OUR SECOND MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 4 February 1871

OUR SECOND MONTH. With tho present number of the Pacific RußAii Press we enter ixpon the second month of its publication. We think we have made a good beginning and fairly fulfilled the promises made at the start, and we feel confident, that with the assistance of our friends we can do better in the future. We believe wo have many new friends, and we only ask each to do a little toward filling up our columns and increasing our circulation, and thus aid us in carrying forward the work so much needed. Those who do so will in the future look back with pleasant memories on their efforts to aid us in building up a journal which shall fairly represent the agricultural and rural interests of the Pacific coast. To writers, agents and all assisting friends we return many thanks.

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PROSPECTS OF THE SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 4 February 1871

PROSPECTS OF THE SEASON. From all parts of the state our exchanges -come bearing words of gladness and hope. The breadth of wheat sown has been unusually large, and although the quantity of rain which has fallen has not been great; still, in contrast with past seasons, the manner in which it has come has been much more promising and propitious. While last season the rains were almost unvariably followed by drying and blighting north winds, those which have lately fallen have, been attended,, with most favorable conditions of both the thermometer and barometer. Coming gentle and warm, they have been absorbed by tho earth with very little loss from evaporation; while the generally moist atmosphere and heavy dews have also materially assisted their beneficial influences. So gentle and penetrating have the rains been in the mountains, that the streams are not swollen to anything like the extent usually due to the total fall thus far; while the ditches are nevertheless running quite full...

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HORTICULTURAL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 4 February 1871

HORTICULTURAL EXHIBITION. The Bay District Horticultural Society are making arrangements to hold an exhibition, in this city, in September next. At their last regular meeting, on Saturday evening last, rules and regulations were adopted to govern the exhibition. Committees were also appointed for perfecting the arrangements to incorporate; for framing a premium list for the exhibition, and for preparing estimates of the probable cost of the exhibition. The Society's time has been taken up since its existence in perfecting its inner organization, but already a series of lectures has been inaugurated, two of which have been delivered by Prof. Bolander, on the Coniferas of California. It is the intention of the Society to publish reports of these lectures, and the result of the workings <f the Society, fc r the benefit of the people of California and elsewhere. The Society is ready to take up matters pertaining to horticulture, for discussion, and give facts and information ...

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MECHANICAL PROGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 4 February 1871

MECHANICAL PROGRESS. PjiAT fob Gas.—T. H. Leavitt of Boston, of whom the (*<is Light Journal speaks as a recognized authority upon the subject, and from whose articles upon various peat uses we have more than once quoted in the Phess, contributes an article to the journal aforesaid for Jan. Kith from which we take this extract: "It is well known that large quantities of peat are used for fuel in Paris; some concerns employing several hundred men iD its production; and that by one or more of the gas companies outside of the city, it has been used for a considerable time for the manufacture of illuminating gas. A commission charged with the duty of investigating the matter for practical purposes made report, of which the following are, in substance, some of the items: The illuminating power of peat gas exceeds that of coal gas as '.U2 to 100. The manufacture of gas from peat is more simple than from coal. The peat, if put into an iron retort, and heated to a low red heat af...

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SCIENTIFIC PROGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 4 February 1871

SCIENTIFIC PROGRESS. Thk EoiilPSß of Dbg. 22d.—Reports are to the effect that the weather was more or less unfavorable for observation at nearly all the stations; and at Oran, Algiers, where were Prof. Tyndall, Dr. Hoggins, and several other notables, fully equipped with every possible instrumental aid, it was still more unpropitious than at the European stations. Nature for Jan. sth gives the report from that place as follows: "The morning of the 22d broke very doubtfully, heavy driving clouds obscuring the sun. The party were, however, all at their posts betimes, and arranged their various instruments long before the predicted instant of first contact. The clouds obscured the sun at this particular time; but soon, through a rift in them, the dark limb of the moon was seen encroaching on the sun's disc. Observation after this became very trying, as it was only possible at distant intervals to glimpse the progress of the moon, as she gradually advanced in her path. Bpeotrosccpic obs...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 4 February 1871

CORRESPONDENCE.

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Bound East—At Chicago. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 4 February 1871

Bound East—At Chicago. [Written for the PBSM.] Steam Dredges for a Ship Canal. I have wandered all about this great Chicago, and although I have been frozen by the bitter winds from the lake, yet I have been thawed out again always by the warm hospitality of the i>eople. I propose describing a few places which I have visited. One of my first calls was at the Vulcan Iron Works, the property of Messrs Atkins & Burgess. Here I saw fine steam engines, cranes, pile drivers, wind mills and dredging machines of every size, power and kind. The works employ 75 to 100 men constantly, and have a high reputation, gained partly by the superior practical ability of Mr. Burgess, and partly by tho geniality and evident financial ability of Mr. Atkins. I saw much of interest, but would speak chiefly of the steam dredges which they have built for a canal in Louisiana. It speaks well for the reputation of the gentlemen, that they should bo preferred by a New Orleans company to a...

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An Agricultural Mining District in Montana. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 4 February 1871

An Agricultural Mining District in Montana. [Written for tho I'kejis.J Flint Creek. Editors Press:—l presume few of your readers are aAvaro of the location of the Flint Creek silver mines, and indulge the hope that a brief sketch of the locality may not prove uninteresting. They are located upon the west branch of the above creek, about fifteen miles from its source, which is in an intervening spur of the Rocky and Bitter Hoot mountains, and near the celebrated "AtlanticCable" gold ledge. Tho creek running nearly due north through the upper and lower valley of Flint, empties into Hell Gate, about thirty miles west from Deer Lodge City. Leaving the latter place for theso mines, the traveler may take either of two roads and reach here in fifty-live miles travel. From about midway in the upper valley and at its broadest part, in a right angle, due east, one mile up amongst the grass-covered hills, the mines are located. Flint Creek, carrying usually about three thousand inches at this ...

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