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CITY MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 4 March 1871

CITY MARKET REPORT.

Publication Title: Pacific Rural Press
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
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DOMESTIC PRODUCE AT WHOLESALE. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 4 March 1871

DOMESTIC PRODUCE AT WHOLESALE. San FitANoisco, Thurs., a. m., March 2<l. FLOUR—The extreme dullness of the demand for both export and local consumption last week still continues and the quotations are more or less nominul. We quote city mills, $5.75@C.00; extra, $G.87%@7.00. Standard Oregon brands, i6.50@7.00. Transactions include 2,000 bbls. Cal. extra, 12,000 bbls. Oregon extra, at current rates. WHEAT.—The market during the past week has exhibited but little animation, notwithstanding the very material advance in the Liverpool market. The receipts from the interior still continue light as compared with last year —the figures being as follows: — Centals. Total receipts la«t year to date ■ 5.542,500 this •' " 4,410,000 Deficiency this year 1,132,500 Total nipply, this year, no far 5,952,406 " exports " •' 4,819,076 Leaving balance on hand 1,140,330 At present four large vessels are under engagement to load —one at Vallejo. Transactions include 15,000 sacks fair to choice...

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Page 141 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 4 March 1871

OAK. The Pacific Pneumatic Gas Company Begs to call the attention of the public to its gas works which are suitable alike for domestic, manufacturing, and general uses. Their apparatus is the only one worthy of the confidence of those who desire an economical and brilliant light, with perfect safety from accidents. These works are in successful use in the following private residences: Gov. Haight, the Encinal, Alameda: H. F. Williams, Esq., South Sun Francisco; J. R. Arguello, Esq., Santa Clara; A. P. Brayton, Esq., Oakland; O. W. Childs, Esq., Los Angeles; Mrs. Brayton, Oakland; Capt. Wilcox, San Diego; J. P. Jones, Esq., Gold Hill, Nevada; W. B. Isaacs, Esq., Post St., San Francisco; Jos. A. Donohoe, Esq., Menlo Park; M. Schallenbergcr, Esq., San Jose; Capt Kidd, Stockton; John Parrott, Esq., San Mateo; Col. J. C. Hays, Oakland; A. A. Cohen, Esq., Alameda; A. D. Bell, Taylor street, San Francisco; J. S. Emery Oakland, and Isaac Requa, Esq, Virginia CityJNevada. Also in the followi...

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Page 141 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 4 March 1871

The Pacific Rural Press is meeting with Popular Success. New correspondents are coming to its aid and its patrons are increasing from various sections at home and abroad. Testimonials of the great value of its timely and fresh information are daily received, and we now know that we can and shall publish and maintain a first-class agricultural journal of great profit to every reader and of essential benefit and importance to the community of the Pacific Coast. Subscription, $4. \ SAW FRANCISCO' / The Scientific Press is the only practical Mining and Scientific journal in America, and has an immense and rapidly increasing circulation. Terms, $4. Established in 1860. Our U. S. AND FOREIGN PATENT AGENCY affords Pacific Coast Inventors the best, quickest and surest means of obtaining reliable patents on the most favorable terms. We also assist in bringing worthy inventions, patented through our agency, to notice through the columns of our first class journals. A GOOD LOT FOR SALE VERY CH...

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Page 142 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 4 March 1871

TREES AND PLANTS! ilEjjfofr By the 100, 1000, or ._ *^&sj|j|mJJsJ«r WHOLESALE OR retail, jP^TV » AT LOWEST MAKKKT $& T\^jl Fruits guaranteed true to name. My JgEsStiK stock embraces all the leading fruits of ■WfCVi the country from the Apple to the Straw- fETO)w?t* berry—including tho MWftES^k ORVXGE, LEMON A.XV LIMB, fTj^C^j* Also all the leading and favorite aJf5T"?k SHADE AXD ORXAMEXTAL TREES, tjS^f^l SHRUBBERY, VIXES AXD PLAXTS, -*1 ***«> MULBERRY TREES AXD CUTTIXGS, AXD SILK WORM EGGS, ALSO THE Osage Orange Hedge Plant for fencing farms. Patent Grafting wax for top grafting, and the common Grafting Wax for top or root grafting. Semi for Circulars, Catalogues, Printed Directions and Price List. „ _ „ Send 25 cts for Hoag's Treatise on Silk Culture. A.»,1r.«. HOBRBTWIIMAMSOS. Capital Nurseries, U St., bet. 15th & lGth Sacramento Cal. I am also a partner in the Tree yard of Sayles & Williamson on X St., bet. Bth &a...

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Page 142 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 4 March 1871

KELSEY'S NURSERIES, OAKLAND. Established in 1852. CITY DEPOT, 317 Washington Street, San Francisco. The Proprietor having upwards of 100 ACRES OF NURSERY GROUNDS, well stocked with all the leading and best varieties of Fruit Trees and Fruit Bushes, also, Evergreen and Deciduous Trees and Shrubs, including the rarest of Conifers, can fill all orders on tho most reasonable terms, and with dispatch. Choice Roses and Pot Plants of every variety. Trees and plants securely packed to travel any distance. FOREST TKEES of Australia. Europe, China and Japan, in fact we aim to have and to get all and everything desirable. Parties planting can find in this establishment whatever may be wanted, for use and beauty in furnishing a place without being obliged to go from one nursery to another. lvlr W. F. KELSEY, Proprietor. OPIUM POPPY, White'andJPurple. Just received 'and for sale by C. L. KELLOGG. THREE DOLLARS PER POUND. New York Seed Warehouse, Xo. 427 Niinatiinc St., Nan Francisco.' lvl FLOWER...

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Page 142 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 4 March 1871

57 STATE STREET, CHICAQO. — ALSO— the special Western Agents for tho celebrated LANDSCAPE HAND LAWN MOWEK. The best, most simple and effective mower in use. I" RICE—S2S. Send for catalogues of seeds, bnlbs. Circulars of Lawn Mower free to all on application. HOVEY & CO., 57 State Street, 3vl-3mr Chicago, 111. LOS GATOS NURSERY, On the Los Gatos Creek 2 miles south of San Jose. This new nursery now contains as fine an assortment —of— FRUIT TREES, ORNAMENTAL TREES, FOREST TREES, NUT TREES, SIIRUUS AND PLANTS, AMERICAN, EUROPEAN AND AUSTRALIAN EVERGREENS, AND PALM TREES 1 , jff as any first class nursery in ,** •*^#>Vj-v the State of California with l3£Lfl4oi£' "'*aH<*^ this advantage, viz: we have *%??€#* /4jjfc^\2«. no °I<l scrubby stock to get XT* fe(§JSjs» \&tV%r* r'( ' "' Every care lias been ifeSyjJJiiSijSS ■*»»*\\ taken to secure iable Standard Sorts, AND HIST VARIETIES! Proper . Triiliiliiic, ami Vltcoroua Growth! We invi...

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Page 142 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 4 March 1871

AMERICAN SEED STORE ! W. R. STRONG-, SACRAMENTO. CALIFORNIA. A new and complete supply J Tjjjr FRESH SEEDS OF ALL j /Ly/k\ VARIETIES FOR THE SCr^tMjtj FARM AND GARDEX, t! *y^sBg' } ADAPTED TO THE PACJFJC COAST. I Mmfa mm/y^SSit' I All our seeds are warI MBmi4 •ffi3a s,Bl^ ranted good and true to \mU M \MMBI. 18311 name, and are sold at lowSBm '£?- ceS2B I oat rates both at wholesale BP=eLs"!p!£~^3&*S«| and retail. A liberal reWk n'HiHHi H duotlon to the trade and those buying in large quanties. Wo are determined to GIVE SATISFACTION TO ALL OUR CUSTOMERS. Among our stock will be found all valuable kinds of Garden, Field, Flower, Herb and Tree Seed. Also 30,000 lbs. Alfalfa, of California growth. Red and White Clover. Timothy. Red Top, Blue Grass direct from producers in Kentucky, &c, &c. The celebrated Rumsdell Norway Oats »/> per Iluahel. Early Rose and other choice varieties of Potatoes, ke All orders filled with dispatch and all Seeds...

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Page 143 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 4 March 1871

California Stock and Poultry ASSOCIATION. THOMAS E. PINLEY, Manager. Office 113 Leidcsdoi ff st. Yards cor. Laguna & Washington SPECIALTY. Light Brahmas, the largest and best bred stock in America. ALSO Dark Brahmas, Houdans, La Fleche, Derby Game, Dominique, White Cochins, Buff Cochins, White Leghorns, White Crested Black Polands, White Faced Black Spanish, Golden Laced Seabright Bantams, White Bantams, Silver Grey Dorking, Grey Dorkins. Pigeons.—Black Fantail's, Pouter's, Nuns, Priest's. Pigs.- White Chester, White Suffolk. LOP EARED RABBITS. Nothing sent COD. CHOICE POULTRY. Light Brahmin and White Leghorn's, A few trios for sale. Also 3 very choice young jg*!*J HOUDON COCKS. /^t^flm /yltlSSSb w for ka*cn*n S fr°ln the W M Hfc"" Bl'k African Bantams, MIIIOI.S A WII.I.AKI). Importers and Breeders of Choice Poultry. 25v21-3m-lamius Brooklyn, Alameda Co. McLURES PATENT CHURN. Patented May 17, 1870. Has taken the premium at all the State Fairs East of the Rocky Mountains....

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Page 143 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 4 March 1871

1871. 1871. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE Overland Monthly The only Literary Magazine PUBLISHED ON THE PACIFIC COAST. The Sixth Volume of this popu- J^^^^m TERMS :-$4 • °° per annum, lar California Magazine will com- §KMK W aabU in advance. mence with the January Number JofmSSBSi c'" Rates:-Two copies, * 7 .oo; r o ,it , WS9 N^Bw^^r ~ Five copies, * 16.00; Ten copies, $30.00; for 1871. We promise our read- —y*^W|flfr* \ V „• • i™™«, ™ v nr . ' „ , . , ■ . _ As* TtmnirrCtTi 1 and each additional copy, $3.00. lor ers rich things during the coming feSfSSSpigpS E^ every Club of Twenty Subscribers, au year, -■v-^^pgpjg^r extra copy will be furnished gratis. PUBLISHED BY John H. Carmany & Co., No. 409 Washington Street, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. Bound Volumes.— Six Numbers—from January to June, and July to December—constitute a volume. Bound volumes will be sent, post-paid, for $3.00, paid in advance. NOVELTY MILL AND GRAIN SEPARATOR. the and irtlgned hay M Irf^feii*- . - .- -■■..■ -_- p»~- —— ...

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Page 143 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 4 March 1871

SCIENTIFIC PRESS BOOK AND JOB PRINTNG OFFICE, No. 414 Clay Street, Below Sansome, ... San Francisco. SPAULDINC & BARTO, PROPRIETORS. EVERY VARIETY OF PRINTING, FOB" Business Men, Corportions, AND ALL Branches of Industry* EXECUTED IN THE BEST MANNER, AT REASONABLE PRICES. Music Printing Executed correctly and with dispatch. Homk, SWKKT Home. »*«**, — I"/nY>B~~"1~T" £ p.---#—|—* m I -9^ ± tVl.t' 7JF~T"t"' #, I *- I 'Mid plcos-urcB and pal -a - cea, • •'. ,:•;.■•■■■ :■,■■■. , ... ;vf " Live and Lot Live," Is a good old adage, and we shall adopt it as our own. We do not pretend to do work at " less than cost," a 8 some people advertise to do; but we do claim to do all kinds of printing as cheap as it can be done on tbi b Coast—and we believe as cheap as it is done in Chicago. Customers, in the country or city, are invited to call in person at our office, or send their orders by mail or ex - press, and they will be fairly dealt with. srVlM>l\» A BARTO. ...

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Page 144 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 4 March 1871

THE AMERICAN SUBMERGED PUMP FOR THE PACIFIC COAST. ■„ \"t X ill * 'in^-j4rT*t * ■ It is seldom that an invention of this kind has met with such wonderful success as has this Pump, which has now been thoroughly tested, both at the East and at the West. The manufacturers are in receipt of the strongest testimonials as to its efficiency, durability and superiority over other pumps, and are daily in receipt of large orders and of requests for agencies in different parts of the country. The rapid introduction of the Pump into general use is the best proof that it really possesses the advantages claimed for it, Some of these advantages are as follows: -Simplicity. The entire Pump is composed of but six parts, all of cast iron, which can be put together by any mechanic. It is all metal, with no packing. Second— Durability. From the fact that it is always submerged, it is perfectly lubricated, and requires no packing. Third— Never Freezes. As no water can remain in the pipe when not in moti...

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Page 144 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 4 March 1871

ITS USES. First—For a House Pump. The smallest size of the Patent Submerged Pump is sufflcient for all family purposes ; placed in a well or cistern, water may be convoyed to every room in a common-sized house. Second -You a Farm Pump, Winpmilt,, on Drive Well, and all purposes connected with irrigating, watering stock, etc., this Pump can be placed in running streams, ponds, bayous, etc., and water conveyed to any required distance, or taken from any depth. Third-Fon a Ship Pump. For ship purposes, either as a Bilge Pump simply, or for washing decks, it is superior to any now used. From its simplicity as a Bilge Pump, it will be found entirely free from choking, and will clear grain, dirt, stones, etc., with perfect ease, and from its great power would do incalculable service in the way of leakage. Fourth -Fob a Factory or Enoine Pump, or for Breweries, or for pumping acids, hot liquors, etc., it is invaluable. It can be made of composition which will not be affected by any liquid....

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 11 March 1871

PACIFIC RURAL PRESS Volume I.] SAN FRANCISCO, SATURDAY, MARCH n, 1871. [Number 10.

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THE VINEYARD. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 11 March 1871

THE VINEYARD.

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MARTHA (WHITE CONCORD) GRAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 11 March 1871

MARTHA (WHITE CONCORD) GRAPE. The production of new varieties of fruit, grain, or vegetables, in whatever direction it may be attempted, is one of the most important efforts in which the husbandman can engage, as we have elsewhere, in the present issue, briefly hinted at; and it is one of the most pleasant duties of those whose business it is to record passing events in the progress of agricultural industry, to note the introduction of such novelties. Hence avc are gratified, to-day, to lay before our readers a beautifully executed illustration of one of the lastest now varieties of the grape which has been brought to the attention of the pomological world. The grape here shown was a seedling obtained by Mr. S. Miller, of Lebanon, Perm., from the well-known and popular Concord. Two varieties were produced, a white and black grape, which have been named respectively " Martha" and " Black Hawk;" the one here shown is the white variety. Mr. Miller has succeeded in producing several oth...

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