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"TRUST IN PROVIDENCE." [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 26 April 1855
"TRUST IN PROVIDENCE." Fobeteb trust! oh I lot not doubt e'er como To shade thy vision, or obscure thy train ; Believe I above in God's eternal dome Are edicts made, creating loss or gain. Forever trust I c'en when the golden light Of prosperous days seems all forever spent, And when the darkness of advers'ty's night Has to our low'ring sky new shadows lent. Forever trust I though hope's bright star be dim, And cypress wreathes the shrine, where once we kneeled, Where now ascends in solemn tones the hymn O'er by-gone days, where once joy's anthem peeled, Forever trust I though time and place have changed, And forms have gone, that gathered 'round our hearth; Though hearts once true, from thee fore'er estranged, And sorrow's wail supplants the voice of mirth. Forever trust I though grief has crowned thy head With silvered threads, c'en in thy life's full prime; Thongh youth's light blossoms all are faded, dead, Their incense smothered in the waste of time. Forever trust 1 and hope fo...
A SOMETHING TO LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 26 April 1855
A SOMETHING TO LOVE. JOHN HYDE, JUNE We mny roam away from the homes of our youth, Through nations unknown we may rove: Yet our bosoms will warm at virtue and truth, And long for a something to love. The gushings of hearts may seem frozen and chill, Nor beauty nor kindness may move; There still is a chord that will achingly thrill, And yearn for a something to love. The soul that's unwarmed by friendship for earth, May seek it in mansions above; The stern brow of thought, and the light smile of mirth, Will wish for a something 1 to love. Cursed indeed is the wretch no feeling can cheer, Where liking with love never strove, Cold, frigid and iced by the grasp of despair, Who wants not a something to love. The child and the man, and the tyro and sage, This yearning and longing will prove j The bosom will swell, and the brain it will swim; And burn for a something to love. Hopes and dreams may be nursed, and, blighted, consume, And a wreath of sad cypress be wove, And the heart may seek...
THE PILGRIM MOTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 26 April 1855
THE PILGRIM MOTHERS. Yk taught to spurn the tyrant's claim, And bow to God alone I Ye kindled in their breasts the flame That trembles in your own 1 In after years flowed purple gore, And fields were strewed with deadFirm hands the starry banner bore, — Aggression trembling fled. Oh I Pilgrim Motners I though ye lie Perchance in graves unknown, A memory that cannot die, ll«th claimed ye for its own. A sacredness to that bleak shore, Your dust shall we impart; Your requiem—the ocean's roar I Your shrine—* nation's heart I
Heart-Leaves, [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 26 April 1855
Heart-Leaves, VIRGINIA F. TOWNSEND GATHERED AT UNCLE JERRY'S. What a quiet, Eden-Yik I am leading, up here, among the hills! Somehow my whole nature seems steeped in the beaut}' and the repose of all about me. A great calm has come down upon my heart. I can see now how the Father's hand led me off here. I was very blind, though, and the covenant of his love was at first written on v tables of stone." Thank God !my heart is this no longer. Uncle Jerry and aunt Esther are as kind to me as if I were their own child; indeed lam this now. Sometimes I long to go and sit down by papa's grave, in the suburbs of the great city; but I comfort myself with thinking he is not there. It is ten months, next week, since he said to me, " Good bye, Maggie, for a little while." Ten months ! Oh !I am twice as many years older now in experience, and in that knowledge of the world which is true wisdom. If it had been an enemy, I could have borne it; but it was mine own kin—aunts and uncles and cousins—wh...
FROM THE EAST. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 26 April 1855
FROM THE EAST. By the steamship Cortes, which arrived at this port on Sunday morning, one week's later intelligence was received from the East We hear from St, Louis that the advices of the California failures had been received there, and produced but little excitement. There was no run upon Messrs. Page &amp; Bacon, and the impres, sion was general that the news of Messrs. PagePaeon &amp; Oo.'s resumption would be received by an early steamer. The New York money market was in a sound position, stocks continued to improve, and all signs of financial difficulties had disappeared. California securities appeared to be gaining confidence. State 7's were quoted at 91 1-2. Hard Times all Gone.—The Mirror thinks " that the clouds so gloomy and oppressive, that recently lowered upon New York city, ate breaking, rising and scattering. The radiant bow of hope gleams upon their departing skirts; and glimpses of clear skies give promise of milder, brighter and better days. The s...
MARRIED. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 26 April 1855
MARRIED. On the 24th April, in this city, by Bishop Kipp, Jno. H. Poole and Miss Emma H. Pensnm. On the 22d April, at Daylor's Ranch, Chas. Nichols and Mary C. Armstrong, both of Niagara Valley. On the 13th April, in Santa Cruz, Bascom Case and Miss Msry Ben net. On the 9th April, in Santa Clara county, Chas. Monroe, formerly of Dorchester, Mass., and Miss E. Hutchinson, recently of Cherryfield, Me. On the 13th April, in Nevada, J. V. Hathaway and Miss Mary Jane Fell. On the 11th April, in Crescent City, Jos. G. Wall and Miss Margaret McGruder. On the 12th April, in Columbia, O. P. Davis and Mrs. H. Bouse, of fan Francisco. On the 17th April, in Shasta, by Judge Hinckley, Lewellin Willinms, of Whisky Creek, and Miss Nancy Caroline Romane, of Shasta.
DIED. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 26 April 1855
DIED. On the 23d April, at Benicia, Capt. Alex. Riddell, formerly Mayor of that city, aged 52 years. On the 18th April, in this city, Mine. Ursule Brunei, of Mon treal, Canada, aged 27 years. On the 21st April, in this city, Rudolph Schondorff, a native of Germany, aged 42 years. On the 19th April, in Sonora, Henry Cohen, aged 35 years, formerly of Samoezyn, Prussian Pollaud. On the 5»0t.ll April, i" this rity, of o|,v,,.lc*y, Copt. J. I"g~m, a native of Portland, Englnnd, and the oldest Pilot on the Pacific coast, aged 57 years, On the 18th April, in this city, at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Drakins, of Norfolk, Englund.
SAN FRANCISCO MARINE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 26 April 1855
SAN FRANCISCO MARINE LIST. ARRIVALS. April 18—Chilian hark Carlos Lorca, Hueen,Valparaiso; mdse. Brig Consort, Pray. Cape Classet, 9 days; lumber. Brig Halcyon, McDonough, Pugnt Sound, Bdays; sg timber. Schr Gen Pierce, Badger, San Tomas (Mcx), 25 ds, in ballast. Schr J X T Mansfield, Clarke, Albion River, 30 hours; lumber. Schr Reporter, Small, Tomales, 8 hours ; 1100 sks potatoes. A run. 19—Steamer Humboldt, Fislsv, Humboldt Bay, 34 hrs ; with lumber —18 passengers. Brig Wyandot, Woodley, Humboldt Bay, 36 hours ; lumber. April 20—Steamer Goliah, Fauntleroy, Crescent City and intermediate ports ; mdse—lß passengers. Bark Equator, Morton, Punta Arenas (C A), 40 days ; mahogany and cedar. Schr Mount Vernon, Smith, Santa Cruz, 36 hours ; produce. Schr Palestine, Stoddard, Salt Point, 24 hours; lumber. April 21—Brig Jane, Kingston, Humboldt Bay, 4 ds; lumber. Schr Forward, Chapman, Tahiti, 32 days; 230,000 oranges. Schr Adeline, Button, Bodegu, 24 hours ; produce. Schr Huntress, Hines,...
Page 134 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 26 April 1855
SPECIAL NOTICES. IW Wistar'a Balsam of Wild Cherry, the great remedy fur Consumption and all other diseases of the pulmonary organs. Tlie greater the value of any discovery, the higher it is held in the esteem of the public, and so much in proportion is that public liable to be imposed upon by the spurious imitations of ignorant, designinsr nnd dishonest men. Now that this preparation is well known to be a more certain cure for incipient Consumption, Asthma, Liver Complaint, Coughs, Bronchitis, and all similar affections, than any other remedy known, there are lound those so villainously wicked as to concoct a spurious, and perhaps a poisonous mixture, and try to palm it orl* 88 the genuine Balsam. This is to caution dealers, and the public generally, against purchasing any other than that having the written signature of I. BUTTS, on the wrapper. Prepared and sold, wholesale and retail, only by SETII W. FOWLE, Boston, Mass., to whom all orders should be addressed, and for sale by hi...
Page 134 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 26 April 1855
147 Montgomery street, San Francisco. APOTHECARIES HALL. THIS celebrated establishment—one of the finest in the world —is under the immediate supervision of Ma. William B. Little, the pioneer partner ol the late firm of Thayer A Little. Mr. Little has devoted seventeen years to the profession of Chemist and Apothecary, and is a member of the Mass. Coll. Pharmacy and of the American Pharmaceutical Association. None hut the. Purest nnd Best MedieAnes are sold at this establishment, and the prices have been reduced to conform with the times. There w ill also be found at this establishment a splendid assortment of Pine Perfumery, Hair Brushes, Fancy Soaps, Hair Oils, Genuine Lubin's Extracts, Cologne Water, Bay Rum, Tooth Brashes, Shell Combs, Toilet Mirrors, Fine Pomatum, and every article necessary for the Toilet. Patent Medicines, European Leeches, and nil articles usually kept in a first-class establishment of this kind, will be found constantly for sale at the most reasonable price...
Page 134 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 26 April 1855
BUSINESS CARDS. DUNCAN &amp; CO, J. C. DUNCAN, Auctioneer. REAL ESTATE AUCTION BOOMS, Nos. 156 and 158 Montgomery street, (in Montgomery Block.) HAVING token the above spacious rooms, we shall devote our entire attention to sales of Real Estate, Stocks, Administrators' nnd AseienceV Sales, etc., etc. Intending to transact a strictly legitimate Commission Business, we solicit consignments from our friends and the public. The Opening .Sale, ttf Real Estate Kill take place on Monday, April )43d, At which time we shall offer a very desirable lot of VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY Our rooms being well adapted to large sales of FURNITURE, consignments ot the same will be received. Sale of Furniture, on TUESDAY, April 24th. ' v 3-16 BOUND FOR THE STATES ! Merchants, Miners and others, bound home, are advised to visit OAK HALL, Boston, Mass., where they can replenish their Wardrobes with complete outfits from one of the largest and best assortel stocks of Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Ao., fee...
Page 134 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 26 April 1855
BANKERS. DREXEL. SATHER &amp; CHURCH. BANKERS, corner of Commercial and Montgomery streets, draw at sight, in sums to suit, on Van Vleck~ Read A Drexel, 27 Wull st New York. Bank ol North America Boston. Mechanics' and Fanners' Bank Albany Drexel &amp; Co Philadelphia. Johnston Bro. &amp; Co Baltimore, J. B. Morton, Esq Richmond. Va. A. D. Jones, chashier. Pittsburg, Pa. A. J. Wheeler, Esq Cincinnati, Ohio. A. D. Hunt, Esq Louisville, K&gt;. J R. Mucmurdo A Co New Orleans. Also, on Detroit, Mich. ; Memphis and Nashville, Term., Co) lumbus, Ohio : Norfolk, Va„ and Charleston, Soutii Carolina, v 3-9 Daniel D. Page, I David Chambers, I Francis W. Page, Henry D. Bacon, Henry Blight, Sacramento Cityi St. Louis, I San Francisco. | PAGE, BACON, t CO., BANKERS, Montgomery, corner of California street, Saa Francisco, draw nt sight, in sums to suit, on— Geo. Ponbody &amp; Co London. F. Huth A Co Loudon American Exchange Bank New York. Duncan, ShcrnuuT&a...
Page 135 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 26 April 1855
AGRICULTURAL, Scc^ Hnrvcstlns; Implements. WE invite the attention of the public to the following selection of superior Harvesting Implements : Hussey's (Baltimore) Reapers; McCormick's " Manny's Hall's 8 horse Threshers j Pitt's " " Emery's 2 horse " Ketehum's Mowers; Grant's 5 finger Wire Brace Grain Cradles j Grape Vine " Barley Rakes; Hay Rakes and Forks j Scythes and Snaiths; Grant's Fan Mills, Ac., Ac. Received and for sale by TREADWELL A CO., v 3-13 corner California and Battery streets. Mo were, Reapers, Threshers, etc., etc., MCCORMICK'S MOWING AND REAPING MACHINES, of the latest pattern (1854) and improvements, with full complements of extra parts j J. A. PITT'S (Buffalo) celebrated 8 Horse-Power Threshers and Separators of the latest patterns. These Powers and Separators are each furnished with Trucks complete for traveling; WHEELER'S 2-Horse Railroad Powers and Separators; TAPLIN'rt 6-Horse Circular Sweep Powers and Separators; Grant's A Bryant's best 5-ringer Cradles; N...
Page 135 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 26 April 1855
HORTICULTURAL, &amp;c. ■M ds ! Seeds I I THE undersigned is desirous of calling the attention of the public to the following collection of fresh seeds, Ac, which he has for sale : Apple seed, Nutmeg Musk-Melon, Mangel Wurtzel Beet, Green citron " Long blood " Cantelope, White sugar " Large yellow Dutch Onion, Early drum head Cabbage, " red " " ox heart " White Portugal " , " York " Silver skin " " sugar loaf " Large white « Large York " Cup Parsnip, Late rlut Dutch " Sweet Spanish Pepper, Early cluster Cucumber, Squash " Early frame " Yellow cheese Pumpkin, Gherkin " Imperial head Lettuce, White spim " Celecia " Short green " Royal cope " Long green " White Cass *' Long orange Carrot, Green " " Early horii " Flag Leek, Red solid Cellery, Winter crook neck Squash, White solid " Summer " " 1 " American " White birch " Early Cauliflower, Marrow " Late " Early Dutch Turnip, Purple Egg Plnnt, Rutabaga " Green curled Endive, Yellow stone " White " " " Aberdeen " Early turnip Rnddi...
Page 135 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 26 April 1855
STEAMERS. California Steam Navigation Company. -ir-m*,, ARRANGEMENT FOR _ . JANUARY, 1855. G^Si^-fr Departure ft tm Vallejo street wharf, at 4 o'clock, P. M. For Sacramento. VIA BENICIA. Steamer NEW WORLD, Capt. Seymour; Tuesdays, Thursdays and .Saturdays, Steamer ANTELOPE, D. Van Pelt, master; Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. For Marysville. VIA BENICIA. Daily, at 4 o'clock, P. M. By the Sncramento Steamers, connecting with the Company's LIGHT DRAUGHT STEAMERS at Sacramento, f^t J Through Tickets issued. For Stockton. VIA MARTINEZ. Daily, at 4 o'clock J. M. Steamer CORNELIA, E. C'oncklin. master; Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Steamer URILDA, Clark, Master. Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. For Colusi, Bed Bluffs and Intermediate Landings. Itally, vi 4 „'rl„nl,, V. M. By the Sacramento Steamers, connecting with the Company's LIGHT DRAUGHT STEAMERS, which leave Sacramento— Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, nt 12 o'clock, M. Freight by the above boats must be paid for on deliver...
Page 135 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 26 April 1855
MISCELLANEOUS. San Francisco ahead of the World! Ever on, on apace with the Age and Times' 12 iiri vii for Vance's new Dnguerrcau Gallery I Largest Light in the World, (over 500 feet Glass.) .Veto Building, cor. Sacramento and Montgomery streets. TT7TIY should every one go to Vance's who wishes T T PERFECT LIKENESSES f Because lie has now the best arranged Gallery on the Pacific Coast, and not to be surpassed by any in the world. Instruments containing lenses more perfect, and with greater power than any ever before ufed in this country. 2d. Because, he has the largest light in the vorld, from which he can form three distinct lights—top, side, and half side lights , —that now enables him to overcome the great difficulty which every artist in this city has to contend with—namely : In order Ito obtain perfect likenessess, different formed features require differently arranged lights. •d. Hal ing the largest light, he is enabled to make pictures in half the time of any other establishm...