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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 18 February 1871

Success in Business. —Success In the business world usually depend upon being thoroughly prepared for its duties. Young men! if you would succeed in your business career, secure a good practical business education. Thin question being settled, the next is where to go. Why, go to the best, of course. Go to Heu.i/h Business College, locat d in the new College Building, 2i, Post Street, San Francisco. This is the only school up. on the Pacific Coast where young men can depend upon being thoroughly fitted for Bankers, Merchants, Clerks, and Book-keepers. This school is connected with the "International Business College Association" or Bryant & Stratum chain. Its scholarships are good for tuition in any of the forty colleges, located in all the leading commercial cities of the United States and Canada. There are many interesting features about the school which can not be discussed here. Call at the College and examine its workings. If unable, send for eirculuar, and Heald's C...

Publication Title: Pacific Rural Press
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ADVERTISING RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 18 February 1871

ADVERTISING RATES. 1 week, 1 month. 3 months. 1 year. One-half inch $ l »X) $3 00 $ 8 (Hi *90 00 One inch 2 00 5 00 10 00 30 00 Two inches 375 700 18 00 70 00 Three inches 625 19 00 27 00 105 00 Four inches <> 75 10 00 MOO 140 00 One-fourth column.. 800 12 00 98 00 100 00 Half column 12 00 20 00 MOO '200 00 One column 20 00 40 00 100 00 400 00

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 18 February 1871

Send us Communications.— They will be re spected. If you have not time or the experience to write finished articles, Bend us facts brief and plain. We will take care of them. Remember that writers improve themselves with othe.s by use of the pen. oilicers of societies, clubs and meetings, please report. Our Printed Mail List notifies subscribers when their term expires, the last figure* on the label signifying the year. We wish to be notified at once if any errors occur in names or dates. Thursday Noon our last forms go to press. Communications Should be received a week in advance and advertisements as early in the week as possible Our Qcnernl Agent at Sacramento. Mr. I. N. Hoao, at the office of the State Art icultural Society, in the Pavilion, corner of sixth and M streets, in the capital city, is our duly authorized agent for receiving subscriptions, advertisements, and receipting for the same. Mr. H. 11. Herring, Our valuable agricultural correspondent during the past year, will...

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List of Societies and Officers. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 18 February 1871

List of Societies and Officers. State Agricultural Society. -Officmis; President, Ciias. F. BXXD, (iraftoii, Yolo County. Directors: H. M. Larue, Sacramento; H. B. Oovey, Ban FrancUco; U.S. Cany, Jolo; 0. T. Wheeler, Bacramento; Edgar Mills, Sacramento: Boberl Hamilton, Sacramento WHliiim landing. Sau Francltoo, E. f. Lewis, Tehama; William P. Oolemsn, Bacramento. Officer*ol the Hoard. Secretary, Robert Beck, Sacramento; Treasurer B. l. Brown, Sacramento, San Joaquin Valley Ajr'l. •ool«ty.—Omenjs President, J. K. Doak: Vice Presidents.Geo. B. l.add, Jobs Tuohy; Becretary; H. T. Oompton;Directors, Janus c. (lage, Qeorge West. Upper Sacramento Agricultural Society. -Of-rXCKBS-President, Harman Bay; Secretary, E. Mullet. Bay District Horticultural Society, ofCal., S. F.-OmcKßs: H. N. Bcilander, Prest.i E. L. Beimer, V. P.; F. A. Miller, Sec; B. Tiirubull, C. Sehumau and F. A. Herjng, Trustees. Contra Costa Co. Agricultural Society.— OfFicKßs: Gi'o. P. LouckH. Prest., i acheoo; Henry Bn...

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Page 112 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 18 February 1871

[annocnckment. ] QUf\ F\ecof\d Book. History of our Country Towns—No. i. SNELLING, Mebokd Cotjmtt, Cal. [Written for the Pbsm by Mrs. Fsamoxi H. MoDocoal.] (Copyrighted.) February '25th, 1870, we shall publish an interesting history of the above named town, with an illustration of the famous old Bnelling Hotel. Extra copies will be for sale. O £NtfEY & Oo San Francisco. Scientific Press U. S. & Foreign PA *HT AGt^Our U. S. and Foreign Patent Aokncy presents many and important advantages as a Home Agency over all others by reasons of long establishment, great experience, 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 Scientific PBKSS, We transact every branch of Patent OUSIneSS, and obtain Patents in all civilized countries. The large majority of U. 8 and Foreign Patents granted to inventors on th...

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Page 112 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 18 February 1871

New Advertisements. Xo quack, indelicate or other disreputable, notices will be accepted. All advertisements in this paper appear in our monthly edition and bound volumes of the Pacific Mural Press for Railroad Depots, Steamboats, Hotels, and other free reading Rooms. E. J. FRASEP, M. D , Operative Surgeon and HomoDapathio rhysic'en, No. 108 Stockton Street San Francisco, Cal. Poultry Yard. N. R2^^^^ W. cor. Sixteenth and Castro Its., OAKLAND. BAKER & HAMILTON, nirOIITEUS AND DEAI.EKS IN IMPLEMENTS AMI MAaiIVES, I'OKTAII I. E«T EA MEX€» I X M. HABD Alt E, Would call the attention of Farmers and Dealers in Agricultural Implements to their very extensive stock for the trade of 1870-1871, oomnvnra OF Plow*, Ilurrnwn, Cultivators! Korea IIoe«, UauiK Plow«,HeedSower«, Ilinki-ji-Oi-nin l»i iiu, Hill's Cal. Mowers, Hay (utters, Need Cleaners, OrtM Allllo, Hurley Mills, Cider Mills, Fan Mill*, Urnne. <;rH«hers ( Miniers, Reapers, Headers, Header Wagons, Threshers, | W...

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Page 112 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 18 February 1871

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 25 February 1871

PACIFIC RURAL PRESS Number B.] SAN FRANCISCO, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1871. [Volume I.

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HISTORICAL RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 25 February 1871

HISTORICAL RECORD.

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(Copyrighted.) History of our Country Towns.--—No. I. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 25 February 1871

(Copyrighted.) History of our Country Towns.--—No. I. SNELLING, Merced County, Cal. [Written for the Press by Mrs. Frances H. McDougal.] The historic wealth of California is, as yet, for the most part, a hidden treasure. The hills, the mountains, the ravines, the gulches, the obliterated tracks of the wilderness and the thoroughfares of populous towns, all teem with stories of exciting and thrilling interest—tales of heroic achievements, unwritten records of silent suffering, amid, all the anguish of disappointment, despair and death, when human hearts broke and gave no sign, leaving no pen to write their history, no tongue to tell their sorrows. Could the lives of the pioneers be faithfully written, they would, even in their naked truth, rival the romances of the Thousand and One Nights, and eclipse the wildest exaggerations of eastern fable. But the miners themselves, arc generally unwilling to recall the bitterness of past experience; and hence their unrecorded achievements are f...

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CULTIVATING FOREST TREES. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 25 February 1871

CULTIVATING FOREST TREES. A recent settler in Nebraska, says the morning Call, and one who has evidently learned "to labor and to wait," is planting 100 acres of land with walnuts. He plants 650 trees to the acre, and estimates that each tree will be worth $8 in twenty years —for lumber, railroad ties, fence posts and fuel. This would give him nearly §2,000 an acre, or $100 a year for the gross earnings of his land; while the expenses would not be one-quarter as nifleh as would be required for wheat or any other annual crop. Six hundred and fifty trees to the acre would place them only about eight feet apart —rather close, we should say, for trees twenty years; old but none too close for the first five oreight years; at the end of which time they should be thinned out by the removal of about one-third, leaving,say I'M trees to the acre, as the standard growth. A better way, however, would be to set out, originally, say five feet apart. The shade produced by such close planting would...

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NOTES OF TRAVEL IN MONTEREY COUNTY. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 25 February 1871

NOTES OF TRAVEL IN MONTEREY COUNTY. Mr. Carr Abbot's Dairy Ranch. One of the chief objects of interest in Salinas valley is the large dairy farm of Mr. Carr Abbot, Avith its fine dairy appliances. The dairy itself looks like a private house or school rather than a farm building. The milk room is about 70 feet by 28, proportionately high, and is kept scrupulously clean. The milk pans are placed in tiers to the number of 1!5 or 14; four of these tiers surrounding one poat, which turns on a swivel. The dairy is fitted to accommodate the milk of about 600 cows, about that number being milked at the bight of the season. At present they only milk from 150 to '200, and make •bout 100 lbs. of butter daily; besides this, a certain proportion of new and 12 hour milk is fed to the calves. The milk is emptied at the yard into a large funnel which leads, by pipe, into the milk room, where it is received by a large straining can, suspended inside another tilled with Mater. After being skimmed, th...

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MECHANICAL PROGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 25 February 1871

MECHANICAL PROGRESS. Seyferth's PeooBSS fok Syrup Purification. —The London Artizan describes the method devised by Dr. Seyferth for the neutralization of the acids in sugar making. We quote:—"The process consists essentially in the introduction of sulphurous acid in very weak aqueous solution into the vacuum pans. By this it is possible to bring all particles of the sugar solution into contact with sulphurous acid, and to eliminate, by the joint action of heat and vacuum, any excess of the acid, which, however, not only saturates free alkalies and carbonate of lime, but also sets the organic acids, which might be present as alkaline salts, free from these combinations; the sulphurous acid taking hold of .the bases they were combined with, while the greater pare of these organic acids are volatilized along with the steam, and thus the sulphurous acid promotes the crystallization of the sugar, while its action as a deeolorizer comes also advantageously into play. The acid is manufact...

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SCIENTIFIC PROGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 25 February 1871

SCIENTIFIC PROGRESS. All Vertebrates from a Common Progenitor.—"With respect to development, we can clearly understand, on the principle of variations supervening at a rather late embryonic period, and being inherited at a corresponding period, how it is that the embryos of wonderfully different forms should still retain, more or less perfectly, the structure of their common progenitor. No other explanation has ever been given of the marvellous fact that the embryo of a man, dog, seal, bat, reptile, etc., can at first hardly be distinguished from each other. In order to understand the existence of rudimentary organs, we have only to suppose that a former progenitor possessed the parts in question in a perfect state, and that under changed habits of life they became greatly reduced, either from simple disuse, or through the natural selection of those individuals which were least encumbered with a siiperfluous part, aided by the other means previously indicated. Thus we can understand...

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HOME AND FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 25 February 1871

HOME AND FARM.

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THE NEEDS OF AGRICULTURAL COMMUNITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 25 February 1871

THE NEEDS OF AGRICULTURAL COMMUNITIES. For tin' Pukss. by Dr. E. S. Cabb, Pof. of Chemistry and Agriculture in the University of California. NO. -I. "When the State of California accepted her share of the Nation's gift, by a wise legislation she made it the foundation of one of the colleges of her State University. The University completes the State educational system, and crowns that noble edifice of free instruction, which guarantees to every child the general culture and special training so necessary to energize and economize labor, to lighten and also to enlighten it. Of "colleges" for general culture there are enough; each denomination has its own, where the common legacy of literature and science is transmitted with the help of theological lenses; but of their graduates it is estimated that not more than one per cent, even till the ranks of the great leading industries. Until the organization of your University there was not, west 01 the Rocky mountains, one industrial college...

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LETTER FROM SANTA CRUZ. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 25 February 1871

LETTER FROM SANTA CRUZ. Messrs. Editors:—Santa Cruz, at this season, is beautiful with its emerald rolling hills and velvet-covered table land dotted with simple dwellings, each surrounded by a small garden, whore flowers may be found in every month of the year. Farmers are busy with plows, turning up the rich, dark soil and putting under the grassy sod, and planting for the late rains. It has been a charming season for this county, and we hear no complaints of a scarcity of rain here. Scarlet Fever Has been prevailing among tho children of this place to a fearful extent, and many have been laid in their graves by agonized parents and friends. The druggists have been doing a thriving business, if one might judge from the number of powders and bottles of medicine prescribed and administered. In one case the bill at the druggists amounted to only $22 for one week ! The victim, a child under two years of age. It is needless to add that the little innocent did not survive. The Bay View ...

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A HOME OF YOUR OWN. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 25 February 1871

A HOME OF YOUR OWN. Many a young man who lives from year to year on a rented farm, sighs for ii little quiet spot of his own that he can improve with some hope of reaping the fruit of his labors. But now it is move about every spring, with the hope of bettering liis condition, and the loss and expense usually eats up what little profit he may have made. If he had saved, before his marriage, what was wasted on tobacco and needless clothes, and laid it by, year by year, in the savings bank, he might now own such a snug little homestead. Now is the time, boys, to save up for later years. Do not squander your dimes in boy-hood, but lay by for some good and definite purpose, and you will not have such an unthrifty manhood. Strict neatness in your clothing a plentiful use of clothes and blacking brush, will go farther toward making you presentable than the most jaunty new hats and fancy neck-ties. An obliging, pleasant manner, and the reputation of Being sensible and ready for every emerg...

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THE VINEYARD. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 25 February 1871

THE VINEYARD.

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