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Patents and Inventions. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 7 January 1871

P atents and Inventions.

Publication Title: Pacific Rural Press
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
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Notices of Recent Patents. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 7 January 1871

Notices of Recent Patents. Among the patents recently obtained through Dewey <ft Co.'s Scientific Press American and Foreign Patent Agency, the following are worthy of mention: Apparatus for Collecting Precious Metals.—J. M. McDougall, S. F. This is an improvement on the apparatus patented some three years ago by Mr. McDougall, which we have hoard praised as most efficient in saving gold even after the ore had passed through the most approved goldsaving apparatus. This former invention, it may be well to state, consisted in using metallic standards placed in an ordinary sluice, the bottomjof which had been previously covered with amalgamated plates. The standards were, according to the patent, composed of copper and iron, by the combination of which metals a retaining amalgamating surface was presented and an electrical action induced, which would serve to collect and precipitate even the finest particles of gold or other metals. The present invention relates to an improv...

Publication Title: Pacific Rural Press
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 7 January 1871

New Post Offices have been established at Mono, San Luis Obispo county; Bells Bridge, Shasta county; Munckton, Mono county; Felton, Santa Cruz county (special); Bumburgh,* Siskiyou county (special); Ballard's,Santa Barbaracounty; Pleito, Monterey county; Potter Valley, Mendocino county; Ceres, Stanislaus county. The post office at Diamond Mountain, Nevada, has been discontinued, as no logner needed. A Libeeai* Spieit.—Hon. Thos. H. Selby, Mayor of San Francisco, has donated the whole of his salary as Mayor and as Funded Debt Commissioner —amounting to $4,200 —to the charitable institutions of this city. Lime Watee foe Fowls.—Lime water is moat beneficial for fowls. It is a preventive to many diseases, and assists the formation of bone and eggs. Prepare as follows : Pour over quicklime some water, and when tha lime is slackened and settled, draw the clear water off,

Publication Title: Pacific Rural Press
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Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 7 January 1871

[ADVERTISEMENT.] A NEW PAPER TOR 1871. —THE — --^-PR.ESS'w. A First Class Pacific States Agricultural and Home Journal. Will be issued weekly on Saturdays, commencing Jan. 7th, 1871, containing sixteen pages devoted to AKrlc\iltnro, Iloi'tlculturo, Stoelc itiiNinu:, 3>oiiio«tic ISconomy, Homo Manutactures M<»chanloMi liitlxustrto?*, etc. With an able and ample corps of editors, special contributors and correspondents, we shall publish a liberal variety of articles, entertaining as well as instructive, which will not only make the Rural Press an able assistant to its patrons, but an attractive and welcome visitor to every reader in every intelligent Home Circle, in the Pacific States. And more than this, we shall freight its columns with fresh thoughts, and new ideas, which hastened across the continent by rail, shall awaken and quicken the zeal of the more staid and gradual moving culturists of the eastern and European States, to their Pleasure and Profit. We s...

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Page 14 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 7 January 1871

No edUoHais or MfecttOfM of unchaste or doubtful influence; or lottery, quack or other disreputable 'advertisements, mil be admitted into its columns. Arrangement of Matter. Our reports of agricultural, horticultural and other fairs, lectures, farmers' clubs and social literary meetings [the improvement and increase of which we shall especially advocate] will be carefully prepared in a valuable form for preservation; and the matter of our entire columns will be so classified as to be convenient to readers of various minds and individual tastes for ready perusal and future reference. Interesting Illustrations of Pacific States and Eastern Inventions and Machinery, Fine Arts, Science, Fruits, Kare Stock and Natural Scenery, Of special or peculiar interest to our readers will be published weekly in liberal variety. No pains or reasonable expense will be spared to furnish a Large and Richly Pilled Journal Nicely printed on fine paper, which will favorably compare with the long establish...

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Page 14 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 7 January 1871

TREES AND PLANTS! se Sj&jksb By the 100, 1000, or ._ ~ **>*8 BBr'flfcgO^ WHOLESALE OR RETAIL, £j4\J% J 'MJ AT LOWEST MABKKT '&■ l^jj Fruits guaranteed true to name. My HKSaJK stock embraces all the leading fruits of ■HHfiEK;{ the country from the Apple to the Straw- a|#^/|w9»* —including the \iLm/^}&s ORAN6E, I.GMON AX» LIME. iPfQ^ Also all the leading and favorite *^^^>^ SHADE AND ORNAMENTAL TREES, tt^ftl^t; SHRUBBERY, VINES AND PLANTS, -*1 "*'***«>• MULBERRY TREES AND CUTTINGS, AND SILK WORM EGGS, ALSO THE Osage Orange Hedge Plant for fencing farms. Patent Orafting wax for top grafting, and the common Orafting Wax for top or root grafting. Send for Circulars, Catalogues, Printed Directions and Price List. Send 25 cts for Hoag's Treatise on Silk Culture. Address Klllll WII.I.IAMBOS. Capital Nurseries, U st., bet. 15th k ICth Sacrumentp Cal. I am also a partner in the Tree yard of Sayleh k Williamkon on X St., bet....

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Page 14 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 7 January 1871

SAN LORENZO NURSERY! Established in 1853. We are pre- Ik Ji*'jfs&'*^ part* of the tt, < pared to fur- />§ij2?Vl -A^ J cine atlltes- All nish a«iK.SKiwi. C^nHPYV: troeH ri'fuUv ASBORTMF.NT of >a«?^7 . laDeled . al'" Fruit and Shade /^J^J&tSni^V-' Bcked lv ,\ h>' Trees atas low %l!/\JSi& WSSx'ZS. b('st possible rates as they vT IMS MfißLj* manner for can be Bold at fteoJtJPfifi^Hw* trannportatioli. any reliable (^Z/Qm SBSSS£j A liberal lllH Nursery in Cal- 2IU W^^.\ ''"""' wIU Im" ifornla. wado on large V)r ers solic- /4 'O^^i orders. Forfurited from all ' v ~g* tlier particulars send for cataloguo and price list. J. LEWELLINO & SON, lvl-3mr San Lorenzo, Alemeda Co., Cal. W. Is. W EBS T, -V^^ NURSERYMAN AND FLORIST, JgS^^g Evergreens, Fruit Trees, GREENHOUSE PLANTS. %Vlne and Ti»l>le Grape* it Npeclullty. Nursery and Greenhouses : one mile North of the Asylum, Btockton. 15v21-4m. AME...

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Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 7 January 1871

New Agricultural Paper.—We have received from Dewey & Co., publishers of the San Francisco Sckntific Press, the prospectus of the Pacific Rural. Press, a new agricultural paper^to be published weekly, commencing January 7th. It will treat of agriculture, horticulture, domestic manufactures and all matters pertaining to the industrial interests of California. We understand that I. N. Hoag, of Yolo County and formerly Secretary of the State Agricultural Society, will be one of the editors and will do much to make it generally acceptable to the community. There is a great opening for a journal in this state of the character mentioned and for talent and ability in the eclitonal department.— Sacramento Daily Union, Dec. 10. The Pacific Kcral Tress.—We have received a sample copy of this new publication from the office of the San Francisco Scientific Press ° Wc^re much pleased with it. It is a first class agricultural paper and is bound to have a lmxkl circulation in the state...

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Page 15 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 7 January 1871

NOVELTY MILL AND GRAIN SEPARATOR. Mill a Kreat quantity of wheat usually sown that has been cleaned in the common mills will be saved to the farmer as the cut or shrunken kernals will never germanate. Thr iibove mentioned Novelty Mill is the only mill known to possess an these superior qualifications, and was exciteland™lS at the last Michigan State Fair held at Jackson, Michigan, September 21, 22, and 23, IWS9, and bore away the palm over some thirty other different mills from all parts of the United States including the fa. moiiKlJickv Mill of Racine, Wisconsin. All who have witnessed here the operations of the NOVELTY MILL, declare H i)i rfection and the most beneficial invention to the Farmers, Millers, and Grain Dealers ever introduced on the Pacific Coast The farmers in Santa Clara County, are loud in its praise, and also in other parts of the State Where it is being introduced. No. 1 Mill, complete, is capable of cleaning 25 tons of gram per day; No. 2 Mill X, tons No 3 Mill ...

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Page 15 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 7 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 DASHER CHURN always ha* the preference over all others, and with this simple and practical attachment, now stands without a fiv At the East it is rapidly taking the place of the Thermometer and Cylinder Churn, and its sales are enormous. Having bought the Right lor tills Coast, we are now prepared to furnish either large or small CHURNS AND CASTINGS as may be desired. We manufacture six different sizes of chums 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 CHALLENGEXOMPETITION in 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 tho guide ...

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City Market Report. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 7 January 1871

City Market Report.

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DOMESTIC PRODUCE AT WHOLESALE. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 7 January 1871

DOMESTIC PRODUCE AT WHOLESALE. San Francisco, Thnrs., p. M., Jan. sth. FLOUR— still. in -good demand for export; while 4 the demand for local trade continues fair. We note an advanco in price from last quotations. • Standard Oregon brands are quotable.at $6.50@G.62%; local brands— Buperfine, $5.37@5.62%; extra $G.50@G.G2%. WHEAT —Has been in better demand, during the past week, and at a slight advance, eapeci ally for choice shipping goods. Sales are reported to the amount of 30,000 sucks, at current prices for shipping and milling. We quote th range of all kinds at $1.05@2.55; good to choic shipping, $2.15@2.22; choice milling, 12.22Q 2 25. Liverpool quotations came through today at lls sd. New York rates remain unchanged— $1.62@1.G5 pev bushel. Friedlander's Grain Report gives the exports of Wheat and Flour from San Francisco, for the six months ending December 31st, at the equivalent of 162,000 tons Wheat, against 209,0tH> for the same time iv 18G9. The amount availftb...

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Leather Market Report. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 7 January 1871

Leather Market Report. [Corrected weekly by Dolliver & Bro.. No. 100. Post Bt.] San Fkancisco, Thursday, Jan. 5. Sole. Leather.—The demand is good and the stock on hnnd light, on account of heavy shipments to the east. Prices rule firm. We quote : City Tanned 2C ©00 Santa Cruz 20 @31 Country 25 @28 Calf.and Kip Skins.—French stocks continue scarce and high on account of the lack of exportation from French ports which has almost entirely ceased. We quote: Best French ciilf Skins, V doz..: 75 00(^100 00 Common French Calf Skins, doz 35 00® 75 00 French Kips, V Jb...- 1 °°<«» 130 California Kip. %» doz CO 00^ 80 00 California Calf, V It. 100® 125 Eastern Wheel Stuffed Calf, Hlb 8°(«> 100 Eastern Bench Stuffed Calf, * lb 1 10(a> 1 2fl Sheep Roans for topping, all colors, Tfl doz 8 50(q> 18 00 Sheep Koans for linings. H doz. 5 60® 10 50 California Buatet Sheep Linings 1 75(<* 5 50 HARNESS LEATHER, %4 lb 30(«> 3...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 7 January 1871

Notes of ißivn through Arizona.— This interesting narrative, originally published in- weekly instalments in the Arizona Miner, has been reprinted in pamphlet form, and comes to us with the compliments of the author, Mr. ,T. H. Marion. It is an account of a trip through the territory made by Gen. Stoneman's party last Fall, and is a valuable addition to tho literature of, and about, Arizona. . Coal.—Tho Clear Lake Courier, of December 2'lth, reports the discovery of a coal mine, seven miles northwest of Lakeport, in the neighborhood of Ripley springs. Colorado Shipments. aggregate shipments of gold .and silver for the year ending December 31, 1870, are reported as amounting to over five million dollars.

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Commence Now [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 7 January 1871

Commence Now And patronize your home agricultural paper befmvall others. We are determined to make a good paper, and one that will not only be profitable to farmers alone, but to their entire households—in fact, a favoi*ite at every Pacific States' hearthstone. We need your encouragement more than ever at the start. Subscribe at once, and get up clubs as rapidly as possible if you believe in benefitting your neighbors.

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List of Societies and Officers. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 7 January 1871

List of Societies and Officers. State Agricultural Society, on i. ni>; l'rcsident, OhasTF. Rkkd, Grafton, YoloCounty. Directors:. H. M. Larue, Sacramento; H. it. Covey, Baa Francisco; U. 8. Carey, loto; 0. T. Wneeler, Sacramento; Edgar Millß, Sacramento: Bobert Hamilton, Bacramento William Blanding, San Francisco; E. J. Lewis, Tehama; William T. QoTeman, Bacraniento. Olßeew of the Board. Secretary, Robert Beok, Bacramentoi Treasurer B. T. Urown, Sacramento. San Joaquin Valley Ar'l. Society.-OFiici iis: President, J. K. Doak; vice Pretiklentn.Oeo. H. Iddcl, JobnVnohy; Secretary; H. T. Comptuai Directors, Jaant* 0. G«fJß| lieorne West. Upper Sacramento Agricultural Society.-Of-nokls- President, Harman Bay; Becretary, B. Ballet. Bay District Horticultural Society, of Cal., S. F.-Officeks: H, N. BoUnder, Pre»t.;^E. h. Belmur, V. P.; F. A. Miller, IS('<'.; B. Turubull, C. ScUuniun ami F. A. Hiring, Trutittcs. Contra Costa Co. Agricultural Society.-OF-FICEHs: Goo. V....

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 7 January 1871

Send us Communicaticns.— They Mill bo re Bpected. If you have not time or the experience to write.finished articles, send us factn brief and plain. W« will take care of them. Remember that writers improve theiiiHelves with others by use of the pen. Otlicere of societies, clubs anil meetings, please report. Our Printed Mail List notifies subscribers when their tprm expires, the last figures 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 lie received a week ill advance anil advertisements as early in the week as possible. Onr «;«-iu-i-«l As« in <U Niicrmnonto. Mr. I. N. Hoao, at the office of the state Agricultural Society, in the I'itvilioii. corner of Fourth and U streets, in the capital City, is our duly authorized agent for receiving HUbscriptioiis, advertisements, anil receipting for the -hime. Mr. H. 11. I Urrliia, Our valuable agricultural correspo...

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