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Page 158 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 11 March 1871

AMERICAN SEED STORE ! W. R. STRONG, SA.CKAMENTO, CAMFORXIA. .^~ A new and complete supply Tt?Jr FRESH SEEDS OF ALL /Ty^\ VARIETIES FOR THE &£isfi%LM -_ FARM AND GARDEN, ?'' H4i*3fc - ADAPTED TO THE /*-)- S^^/T^^fev CIFIC COAST. I 9mSr fS& >*»fe^l All our seeds arc warHr i\ «■ ■ m ranted good and true to [f> :■{ iiHHfflL 9 I name, and are sold at low9bf )A MB HE ■ e st rates both at wholesale KB^Ls^e-*^^~-*s^Fs« and retail. A liberal re--13 .■hiiilHtß duction to the trade and those buying in largo quanties. We are determined to GIVE SATISFACTION TO ALL OUR CUSTOMERS. Among our stoc* 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, ke. The celebrated Runiadell Norway Out* *.-. per Mtiahel. Early Rose and oiher choice varieties of Potatoes, &c All orde...

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Page 159 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 11 March 1871

California Stock and Poultry ASSOCIATION. THOMAS E. HNLEY, Manager. Office 113 Leidesdorff 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 forking. Pigeons.— Fantail's, Pouter's, Nuns, Priest's. Pigs.- White Chester, White Suffolk. LOP EARED RABBITS. Nothing sent COD. CHOICE POULTRY. I,litht Brahmin and White Leghorn's, A few trios for sale. Also 3 very choice young W f Bl'k African Bantams, NICHOLS .V CO., Importers and Breeders of Choice Poultry. 25v21 Fruit Vale Avenue, Brooklyn, Alameda Co. McLURES PATENT CHURN. Patented May 17, 1870. Has taken the premium at all the State Fairs East of the Rocky Mountains. The Greatest Labor Saving Machine of the Age J8&" Warranted t...

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Page 159 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 11 March 1871

1871. 1871. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE Overland Monthly The only Literary Magazine PUBLISHED ON THE PACIFIC COAST. The Sixth Volume of this popu. • ifflHG§BP& Terms : — $4.00 per annum, lar California Magazine will com- IjElß] W payable in advance. mcnce with the January Number wPJJIi Club Rates:— Two copies, #7.00; for 1871. We promise our read -MLW^ Five copies, |i6oo : Ten copies. $30.00; .... , . , . . - JtSsk—^SßWfl WES& and each additional copy, $3.00. For ers rich things during the coming fcSp3§3§gg^l every Club of Twenty Subscriber,, a« year. - •s^jjJJjpjpßff?^' extra copy will be furnished gratis. PUBLISHED BY John H. Carmany & Co., No. 409 Washington Street, SAN FRANC/SCO, 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. i—^ mm^mmmit^^^mmm —^ „ —— m^m ___ mmmm^__mmm^mm^^mmmm ..^ mi^^ NOVELTY mill AND GRAIN SEPARATOR. ties of wheat if...

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Page 159 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 11 March 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 had the preference over all others, and with this simple and H? v ~ B H 111 ll^^K_ practical attachment, now stands without 'ural At the East it is rapidly taking the place of the Thermometer and Cylinder Churn, and its sales are enormous. Having bought the Itl«Ii « for tills Coast, we are now prepared to furnish either largo or small CHURNS AND CASTINGS as may be desired. We manufacture six different sizes 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 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 open...

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Page 160 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 11 March 1871

The Pacific Rural Press is meeting with Popular Success. New correspondents are coining 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. SUBSCRIPTION IN ADVANCE. One copy one year *J-<|o One copy six months *•«> One copy three months \k Single copies 10 CLUB RATES. Ten copies or more, first year, each $3.00 [A free copy or premium sent to getter up of club.] A select variety of advertisements only will be Inserted Circulated widely among the most thrifty of our population, the P. R. P. will be the cheapest and most effective medium for a large range of first class advertisements in the Pacific states. Correspondence is re...

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Page 160 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 11 March 1871

The World Mower and Reaper. IT HAS NO EQUAL. IT MOWS-IT DROPS-IT SELF-RAKES! This Machine is the harvest-gatheringof twenty years' experience In the manufacture of Agricultural Machinery, and takes rank with the PitiNTiNa-PiiEss, Engine-Lathe, and Locomotive, in the qualities of precision, STAUNCHNESS AMD DURABILITY. Its foundation is a single piece of solid iron, of shape to resist all possible strains. Its oeabinq is shaped to standard uuaoe and each coo cut out or solid ikon with mathematical EXACTNESS. ... „. The working parts are all so permanently fixed that they cannot vary, and are fully protected from Water, Dust, Grass, and all other causes of disturbance. By these means we reduce friction to ihe Lowest Point— stop tho self-destruction common to all roughcast machines—avoid breakages in harvest—secure easy draft and the same durability which pertains to cut geab in other kinds of machinery. The WOULD has been tested Four Years, in the hands of the Most Intelligent and Reli...

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Page 160 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 11 March 1871

A GOOD LOT FOR SALE VERY CHEAP, 30 feot front )>y MH fc<"t deep, faciiiK the south, on Sncrii-ini-nto street, east of Van Ness Avenue. Very desinible. All but $I,<HHI can remain on security, if preferred. A<ldrcHS BdKNTiriC Pkkss OKH«e, 111 Clay street, San Franoisco. SONORA HOTEL, T. BRODWAN, Proprietor. Best Meals and Beds in Sonora, Cal. fe2s-3m

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Page 160 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 11 March 1871

PARLOR ALBUM In Five Quarto Volumes. _[jj_ PRICE, $!) PER VOLUME, OR $40 PER SET, Complete. Description of the Work. The PARLOR ALBUM isdoubt less the most extensive ART GALLERY ever published, and, by those who have examined the several portions of the work, it has been pronounced "The Climax of Beauty." Each volume contains 20 full page Chromo Lithographs, in Oil Colors, v full page steel Engravings. 40 full page engravings on wood, and 860 pages of reading matter, descriptive of the illustrations, the whole making i ach volume about one-half as thick, and same sized pages, of Webster's largest Dictionary. Each volume is c...m--plete in Itself and will be sold separately, if desired. Sold by Subscribtion, Only. Vol. I. is devoted to Wild American Birds. Vol. 11. contains Wild American Animals. Vol. 111., American Domesticated Birds and Animals. Vol. IV., Foreign Birds and Animals. Vol V., Fishes, Reptiles and Insects. This work will at once commend itself to the cultivated America...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 18 March 1871

PACIFIC RURAL PRESS Volume I.] SAN FRANCISCO, SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1871. [Number 11.

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THE PERCHERON HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 18 March 1871

THE PERCHERON HORSE. Its Introduction into Oregon. The Willamette Farmer, notes the fact that Mr. W. C. Myer, of Rogue River Valley, Oregon, has recently brought out, for breeding purposes, several head of the Norman or Percheron horse, a representative illustration of which is herewith given. Somewhat coarse in its execution; but nevertheless sufficiently distinctive to give an idea of the principal characteristics of this valuableanimal. If we are not mistaken this is the first instance of the importation of this valuable farm horse to the Pacific coast. Whether this is so or not, Mr. Myer has done a sensible thing; for thero is need that more attention should be paid, upon this coast, to the rearing of work-horses. Cattle, in the yoke, are almost ignored here —they are too slow for California and for Oregon too. The importance of securing a superior breed of horses for work on the farm, and for draught, is recognized everywhere. We are in more need of a superior business horse, t...

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PREMIUMS FOR FRUIT-SEEDLINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 18 March 1871

PREMIUMS FOR FRUIT-SEEDLINGS. Since the completion of the Pacific Railroad and the successful shipment of California fruits to the East, where they find a ready and remunerative market, fruit culture is assuming a more important position among our agricultural or horticultural industries. The State Board of Agriculture has recognized this fact by offering the very liberal premium of $100, for the best general display of fruits, embracing the best and greatest varieties, to be made at the State Fair of 1871. The aggregate of cash premiums offered for apples, pears, peaches and plums, is $280. The premiums for grapes aggregate $110. The premiums for other fruits are equally liberal. Among other premiums is one of $10 for the best collection of seedling fruits. Though this is a small sum, it will do for a beginning. The proper way to secure its increase, in the future, is for those who have succeeded in cultivating good seedling fruit of any kind, to bring them forward, and exhibit sam...

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MECHANICAL PROGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 18 March 1871

MECHANICAL PROGRESS. Steam Dredging Machinery.—The following is a description, from an exchange, of the dredges now building in Chicago, for use in the cutting of a ship canal six miles long and l(>0 feet wide, from New Orleans to Lako Borgne, thence communicating with the Gulf of Mexico: " On a strong frame of oak and iron are secured two 52 horse-power engines. These handle a dipper weighing two tons, with a beam or handle long enough and strong enough to operate in water 25 feet deep. There are four of these frames, each with its two engines, and its dipper. Each with its appliances, weighs 40 tons. These require the use of two strong boats, sufficiently capacious to sustain two of these machines, with the fuel, etc., requisite to keep the machinery in operation. The machinery of these boats is the same, with a single exception, that is, in the construction of the dippers. Those of the pioneer boat are armed with cutters, teeth and hooks of steel. The ponderous dipper ...

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SCIENTIFIC PROGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 18 March 1871

SCIENTIFIC PROGRESS. Influence of the Solar Heat on the Earth's Rotation. —Capt. John Ericsson has an article on this subject in Engineering for Feb. 10th, in which he disputes the heretofore accepted theory of Laplace, that the axial rotation of the earth is not affected by atmospheric currents and similar motions caused by solar heat, since their final result is the balancing and counteracting of each other. We have not space for his demonstration, but we quotea par" agraph to show what he proposes to demonstrate : —"There are two classes of force produced by solar heat, capable of retarding the axial rotation, differing, however, entirely as regards ultimate results. The first class includes animate exertion, mechanical force produced by heat developed by the combustion of organic substances, and the resistance of abraded solid matter transferred from its original position by the waters of rivefs flowing towards the equator. The forces thus enumerated, it will be shown, retard th...

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PATENTS & INVENTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 18 March 1871

PATENTS & INVENTIONS.

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Full List of U. S. Patents Issued to Pacific Coast Inventors. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 18 March 1871

Full List of U. S. Patents Issued to Pacific Coast Inventors. (From Official Reports to DEWEY k CO., U. S. and t'uKKKiN Patent Aoentb, and I'uiii.isukub or the Scientific Pkess.] Fob the Week Ending February 28tH. Apparatus for Carbureting Air.—Alexander Dalrymble Bell, San Francisco. Trkadlb for Sewing Machines. —Francis E. Mills, San Francisco. Baling Press. —Thomas J. Corning, San Jose, Cal. Anchor.—William M. Hughes, San Francisco. Note.—Copies of U. S. and Foreign Patents furnished by Dewky k Co., in the shortest time possible (by telegraph or otherwise) at the lowest rates. All patent busineM for Pacific coast inventors transacted with greater security and in much less time than by any other agency.

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Notices of Recent Patents. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 18 March 1871

Notices of Recent Patents. Plow.—J. P Pritcliard, Conn Valley, Napa county, Cal. Thia invention relates to that class of side-hill plows, in which two plows are attached to a shaft upon which they can be revolved so as to convert it into a right or left-hand plow as desired. The construction is such, that when it is at work, one of the plows is held and carried in a position approximating to a right angle with the other; when it is desired to reverse them, the plow is allowed to turn until both landsides rest upon the ground, when, by means of a lever releasing a catch, the brain and handles can be turned to the opposite side and the position of the plows changed without stopping the team and without effort on the part of the plowman. This device can be used also for cultivating level land, using either the right or left-hand plow for this purpose Electko-Maonetic Sewing Machine. — G. Stevens and J. Hendy, S. P. The sewing machine is undoubtedly one of the most useful inventions of ...

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Using the Microscope. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 18 March 1871

Using the Microscope. A correspondent, P. H. H., of Oakland, writes us that he has a microscope, the use of which he does not understand, and requests information on the subject. We handed the letter to Mr. Henry G. Hanks, a leading member of the Microscopical Society. Mr. Hanks may be found at 649 Clay street (the last sentence of his letter requires, perhaps, this statement), where he has a most interesting collection of minerals, fossils, etc., which he kindly allows any one to examine. Eds. Press.—The information your correspondent wishes to obtain cannot be given in a few words. Books with details of microscopic manipulation consist of hundreds of pages. The best works on the subject are: Beale's "How to work with the Microscope; "The Microscope and its Revelations," by Carpenter; a work by Hogg, with 500 illustrations; also Queckett's "Practical Treatise on the use of the Microscope." These works and many others tipon the same subject may be bought at the principal book stores...

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POULTRY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 18 March 1871

POULTRY NOTES.

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