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DOMESTIC PRODUCE AT WHOLESALE. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 18 March 1871
DOMESTIC PRODUCE AT WHOLESALE. Sax Francisco, Thurs., a. m., March ICth. FLOUR.Heavy arrivals from Oregon have exerted a depressing influence on the market. About 9,000 bbls. have arrived during the week, and other considerable lots are on the way. We quote local brands, superfine, $5.75(«jG.00; extra, $&lt;firstname.lastname@example.org&lt;). Oregon brands, superfine, $5.50©55.75. Extra, $email@example.com. Transactions include 2,500 bbls. Cal. extra, 1,500 bbls. Oregon extra, and 3,000 do. California and Oregon superfine, for export and private. WHEAT. —The market continues exceedingly dull; foreign orders still below otters here. The receipts are small, and but little disposition is manifested to sell. Four cargoes only have thus far been dispatched the present month; but five are now loading. It is claimed that after the vessels now loading are dispatched, there will remain but 30,000 tons of wheat in the State —of which only 20,000 can be spared for export. Sales during the week have averag...
Leather Market Report. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 18 March 1871
Leather Market Report. [Corrected weekly by Dolliver &amp; Bro.. No. 109. Post st.] San Fkancisco, Thursday, March 9. Sole Leather. —The demand is still equal to the supply, and prices firm. City Tanned 26 @30 Santa Cruz 26 ®30 Couutry 26 &lt;g&gt;2B Calf and Kip Skins.—The close of the war has made no difference in the price of French stock as yet, and probably will not. Domestic skins rule the same as heretofore. Best French Calf Skins, doz 7(5 00@100 57 Common French Calf Skins, $ doz 35 00® 75 00 French Kips, V ft 100® 100 California Kip, $ doz 60 00® 75 80 California Calf, $ ft 100® 100 Eastern Wheel Stuffed Oil, 1* ft 86® 1 25 Kastern Bench Stuffed Calf, H ft 1 10® 1 50 Eastern Calf for Backs, pert ft 1 15® 1 '26 Sheep Roans for topping, all colors, V doz 8 50® 13 02 Sheep Itoans for linings, &lt;H doz 6 50® 10 07 California Kuttset Sheep Linings 1 75® 6 35 HAKN ESS LEATHER, V ft 30® 02 Fair Bridle, Vft 33® 00 Skirting, V side 4 50® 4 50 Welt Le...
San Francisco Market Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 18 March 1871
San Francisco Market Rates. . WHOLESALE PRICES.- MISCELLANEOUS. Friday, March 1", 1871. Sugar, crd, ft ft. 14 @ 14,'^ Hemp Seed, ft ft 7 @ 9 Hawaiian, do. » (a) 12 iCastor Beans, •. 4 (&lt;t&gt; Vi Coffee, CR,ft ft IK 4 Wi Castor Oil, 1 ...1 75 @2 00 Rio, do 17 @ Linseed Oil 1 IIS @1 10 Tea, Japan, ft ft. 55 &lt;«) 90 Broom Corn 3 &lt;&amp; 5 Oreen, d 0... SO (all 00 Bees Wai 27 @ 30 Haw'n Rice, ft ft B'&lt;;@ 9 l'e a nuts ."".. 5 @ 7 China, do H'-i® Vi Corn Meal, 100 ft.2 50 «3 00 Coal Oil, ft gal.. 50 @ fiO Onions, N. O. 1..1 50 %l 00 Candles, ft ft.... 14 fat 18 ! RETAIL PRICES.-MISCELLANEOUS. Butter, Oal fr, *. 35 © 40 Map. Sugar, do Pickled, do, *. @ Wool Sacks, new Or pkld do ... («j : Second-hnddo Cheese, ft ft ... 20 » 2. Wheat 22x3« 13'i® 14 Honey, *ft 25 (.« 30 Potato G'y Bags. Eggs, perdoz... 35 @, Deer Skins 15 @. 22 Lard,ft ft 15 @ Sheep sks, wl on SO © 7.&gt; Sugar, or., 6 1. ft.l 00 &lt;$ I Sheep sks, pla...
San Francisco Metal Market. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 18 March 1871
San Francisco Metal Market. PRICK." FOR I.WOK'KK fobbing price* rule from ten to firm per cent, higher than th* following quotation*. Friday. March 17, 1871 Iron.—Duty: Pig, $7 ton: Railroad, 60c ft 100 lbs; Bar, lKul'ac ft ft: Sheet, polished, M: ft ft; common, IJvSIMo t:ib; Plate, l!*cTft Ib: Pipe, Vie Vft ; Galvanized, 2'c $ft Scotch and English Pig Iron, i* ton $34 00 (a,S3;i 00 White Pig, ton . .. .. — M («, 33 00 Refined Bar, bad assortment, # ft — 03 to} Refined Bar, good assortment, 1* ft — 04 (a&gt; Boiler, No. 1 to 4 — 04?4(ai Plate. No. 5 to 9 —-» (a) — 04,'* Sheet, No. 10 to 13 — O4'i(u) - 05 ■ Sheet, No. 14 to 20 —OS (&lt;« — 05£ Sheet, No. 24 to 27 —05 A — ttjj COFPEB.—Duty: Sheathing, 3'^c ft ft; Pig and Bar, 2' 2 c (' ft. Sheathing, -— @ — 26 Sheathing, Yellow- — 20 a — 21 Sheathing, Old Yellow — 10 @ — 11 Composition Nails — 21 —22 Composition Bolts — 21 —22 Tin Plates.—Duty: 25 ft cent, ad valorem. Plates, Charcoal, IX ft box 12 00 Plates, I Charcoa...
List of Societies and Officers. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 18 March 1871
List of Societies and Officers. State Agricultural Society.-OFFicERs; Preeident, Chas. F. Reed, Grafton, Yolo County. Directors: H. M. Larue, Sacramento; H. K. Covey, San Francisco; E. S. Carey, Yolo; C. T. Wheeler, Sacramento; Edgar Mills, Sacramento: Robert Hamilton, Sacramento William islanding, San Francisco, E. J. Lewis, Tehama; William P. Coleman, Sacramento. Officers of the Board. Secretary, Robert Beck, Sacramento; Treasurer K. T. Brown, Sacramento. San Joaquin Valley Agr'l. Society.-OFFicERs; President, J. K. Doak; Vice Preaidenta.Qeo. S. Ladd, John Tuohy; Secretary; H. T. Compton; Directors, Jamin C. Gage, George West. Upper Sacramento Agricultural Society. -Officers - President, Harman Bay; Secretary, E. Hallet. Bay District Horticultural Society, of Cal., S. F.- Officers: H. N. Bolander, Prest.; E. L. Keimer, V. P.; F. A. Miller, Sec; R. Turubull, C. Schumau and F. A. Heriug, Trustees. Contra Costa Co. Agricultural Society.—OfFICERB: Oeo. P. Lou&lt;-kB. Prest., I...
Our Agents. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 18 March 1871
Our Agents. Our Friends can do much in aid of our paper and the cause of practical knowledge and science, by assisting Agents in their labors of canvassing, by lending their influence and encouraging favors. We intend to send none but worthy men. Tin vellna Airenl*. W. H. Murray—Eastern States. M. B. Stakr—Pacific Coast. Thos. Poyzer -California. Wm. J. Clark—California. 8. H. Herring - California. L. P .McCarty—California. E. J. Hooper—California. E. P. Hicks—California. A. C. Knox, City Soliciting and Collecting Agent.
TO CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 18 March 1871
TO CLUBS. Send in your subscriptions as fast as obtained. After the first ten names have been paid for, others can be added within any reasonable time, thereafter on the same terms. Clubs may be composed partly of names for Rural, and partly for Scientific Press. Blanks and extra copies furnished when desired. Send us Communications.—They will bo re spected. If you have not time or the experience to write finished articles, send us facts brief and plain. We will take care of them. Remember that writers improve themselves with others by use of the pen. Officers of societies, clubs and meetings, please report. Oar General Aurnt nt Sacramento. Mr. I. N. Hoao, at the office of the State Agricultural 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. 8 • lien lute. Our valuable agricultural correspondent during the past year, will continue to travel, and w...
How to Make Money. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 18 March 1871
How to Make Money. Send to the American Publishing Company, Rutland, Vt., for their beautiful Specimen Book, and make ten dollars the firet day you show the book. Read their advertisement in another column, concerning the Parlor Album, and you will get full particulars. The Parlor Album contains more beautiful embellishments than any other work extant. The Specimen Book is sent free on receipt of postage. Every Mechanic should read and faniilarize himself with "Brown's 507 Mechanical Movements," illustrated, published and sold by Dewey &amp; Co., Scientific Press office, San Fraucisco. Bound in cloth. Price, (very low) post paid, $1, coin, or its equivalent in currency. Inventors, Engineers, Students, and Apprentices will find it exceedingly useful and especially handy for reference. Late Newspapek Change.—E. M. Dewey, Esq., who was for several years connected with the Matenger, us editor and publisher, haR recently purchased the Visalia prim newspaper and job printing estab...
Page 173 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 18 March 1871
Eighth Industrial Exhibition, UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE, Sun Francisco, WILL OPEN Tuesday, August 1°» 1-^*7'l, And continue for four weeks, in the Pavilion of the Society, on Union Square, in the city of San Francisco. Application fob Space can be made at the Library of the Mechanics' Institute any day, between the hours of 1 and 9 p. M., or by letter to the Corresponding Secretary, H. C. Kibbe. Mb. J. H. Uii.i.mobk is authorized to visit those who intend to exhibit from this city. felB-16p-tl .-." ■■■ V "'■'. GUANO. 50,000 lbs. Guano just Received And for Sale in lots to suit purchasers., GEO. F. SILVESTER, Seedsman, ma .lB-lm 317 Washington street.
Page 174 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 18 March 1871
KNOX FRUIT FARM AND NURSERIES. GRAPES, STRAWBERRIES, RASPBERRIES, BLACKBERRIES, (iOOSEBKRRIES, CURRANTS, ROSES, EVERGREENS, SHRUBS, ETC. Our stock of Vines, Plants, Shrubs, Flowers, etc., is much the Largest and Best ever offered by this well known establishment. Our Catalogue of Small Fruit*, with Price List, will be sent to all applicants enclosing 10 cents. Our Catalogue (No. 2) of Flowers, sent for 5 cents. R. GUMMING &amp; CO., mall-3m Successors to J. KNOX, Pittsburgh, Pa. Trees for Silk and Trees for Shade. 1 am thinning out my Mulberry Plantations and will sell my surplus trees VERY CHEAP. 1 year old Mutticauleis $20 per thousand. 2 and 3 yr, old do from $25 to $35 according to size. 2 to 3 yr old Alba and Moretti from $30 to $40. Liberal discount on large orders or to the trade. Shade Trees! The large White and Black Mulberry's are the best ■hade trees in the State. I will sell well grown trees of these kinds from 12 to 20 feet high, at 25 and 50 cents each. Silk Wo...
Page 174 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 18 March 1871
KELSEY'S NURSERIES, O A KJLA N D. ' Established in 1852. CITY "xTeJ^OT, 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 the most reasonable terms, and with dispatch. Choice Roses and Pot Plants of every variety. Trees and plants securely packed to travel any distance. FOREST TBEES 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. FLOWER SEEDS! Our New Illustrated Catalogue, Containing lists o Stove and Bedding Plants, Flower Seeds, Hardy Herbacious Plants, Dahlias, Gladiolus, Lillies, and other...
Page 174 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 18 March 1871
57 STATE STREET, CHICAGO. —ALSO— the special Western Agents for the celebrated LANDSCAPE HAND LAWN MOWEB. The best, most simple and effective mower in use. PRICES2S. Send for catalogues of seeds, bulbs. Circulars of Lawn Mower free to all on application. HOVKY &amp; 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, SHRUBS AND PLANTS, AMERICAN, EUROPEAN AND AUSTRALIAN EVERGREENS, AND PALM TREES I i 0 as any first class nursery in jS^£i&lt;r\. the State of California with Sffr^|iQ_S''«3h!l&amp; this advantage, viz: we have jfflf^lSKJ* y^S^vi- no old scrubby stock to get J^-^sgßflw \&amp;T\\* '"'* "' Every care nab been Jgffl^flpT-^ *»*\\ taken to secure iable Standard Sorts, AND BEST VARIETIES; Proper LTralnlnar, ami Vliroroii* Growth! . We invite Nurserymen, Dealers and Planters,...
Page 174 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 18 March 1871
AMERICAN SEED STORE ! W. R. STRONG, SACK AMEN TO, CALIFORNIA. p _____ A new and complete supply Ty*/ FRESH SEEDS OF ALL j/7/jT% VARIETIES FOR THE fC^s)fijlLs _ FARM AND GARDEN, "7 t)»1»8bS = ADAPTED TO THE PAi iliPf l^ll^iiiPl All our BcedB are wur eSßntt lM»»- ■ a ranted good and trim to §Bw ii iPSSsL. sH9 name, and are sold at lowWM IP-We Ha VBHj est rates both at wholesale Wgtr^Wanr^l- ■ *&gt; and betail. A liberal re■M ' unllW Auction to the trade and those buying in large quanties. We 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 111 Kentucky, &amp;c, &amp;c. The celebrated Knmsdell Norway Oats $5 per .Bushel. Early Rose and other choice varieties of Potatoes, &amp;c All orders tilled with dispatch and all Seeds carefully ...
Page 175 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 18 March 1871
California Stock and Poultry ASSOCIATION. THOMAS E. FINLEY, Manager. Office 113 Leidesdorff st. Yards cor. Laguna &amp; Washington SPECIALTY. Light Brahmas, the largest and best bred stock in America. ALSO Dark Bruhmas, 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 EAKED RABBITS. Nothing sent COD. CHOICE POULTRY. lilt ill llruhmiu and White I.«uh&lt;»nr», A few trios for sale. Also 3 very choice young /mrctmk ffiSsP* |i ft for liat. rlllnK from tlic W F Bl'k African Bantams, MCIIOI.S .1- CO.. Importer! 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. T...
Page 175 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 18 March 1871
1871. . 1871. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE Overland Monthly The only Literary Magazine PUBLISHED ON THE PACIFIC COAST. The Sixth Volume of this popu. A BHH| TeRMS :-*4 • 00 per annum, lar California Magazine will com- fraffiHKr payable in advance. mence with the January Number •' BVHfi wBgB Club Rates:— Two copies, J7.00; for "1871. We promise our read. —W«» K^ Five copies $,6.00 Ten copies #30.00; . ' , . , . , . . «J»-=sfflBwRPSR«St and each additional copy, $3.00. For ers rich things during the coming £§SpS^|||S|Bp' every Club of Twenty Subscribers, au year, '^^jj/t&amp;SBB^ extra copy will be furnished gratis. PUBLISHED BY John H. Carmany &amp; Co., No. 409 Washington Street, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. Bound Volumes.—Six Numbers— January to June, and July to December— tute a volume. Bound volumes will be sent, post-paid, for $3.00, paid in advance. The World Mower and Reaper. j IT HAS NOEQUAL. IT MOWS-IT DROPS-IT SELF-RAKES! This Machine is the harvest-gathering of twenty years'ex...
Page 175 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Rural Press — 18 March 1871
THE MASONIC MIRROR Is the only Masonic Publication on the Pacific Coast. The Second Volume is published weekly, in the popular and beautiful form of a QUARTO-MEDIUM SIXTEEN PAGE PAPER AND IB A FIRST CLASS Literary and Family Ne-wspaper, AS WELL AS THE Organ of the Mnnonlc Fraternity on the l*aciac Coast. ENDORSEMENT OF THE GRAND LODGE. The following resolution was unanimously adopted by the M.-. W.\ Grand Lodge, F.-. A •-. M. . of the State of California, at its Annual Communication, October, 1870. Whereas, In the opinion of this Grand Lodge, a well conducted Masonic Journal is of great benefit to the craft, in disseminating Masonic information among the fraternity, as well as furnishing a medium for general Masonic intelligence. Therefore, Resolved, That this Grand Lodge, recognizing in the Masonic Minima, edited by Brothers Amasa W. Bishop and Edwin A. Sherman, and published by the Masonic Publishing Company of San Francisco, a Masonic Journal of the character above set forth, do ...