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BREATHINGS OF THE HEART. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 10 May 1855
BREATHINGS OF THE HEART. " Though I speak, my grief is not assuaged." — Holy Writ. Four weary years I've passed away Far from my native shore, And one by one my hopes decay, To cheer my heart no more; 'Tis but a little while, and yet The star of hope and joy hath set In a Cimmerian gloom, For oh I I loved them truthfully, But death hath strewed them ruthfully— Deep in the silent tomb. Fain would I dream of days gone by, For peerless Jeannie's sake, Where proud Ben Lomond's shadows lie Asleep upon the lake; But why recall those happy hours t They pasted away like summer flowers That wither in their bloom; Alas I she's wrapt in dreamless sleep, And angels nightly vigils keep Around her silent tomb. Down by the grim crusader's grave, Midst crumbling ruins gray, The ivy tills the shattered nave, Dark'ning the light of day; 'Tis where the holy altar stood, Amidst a quaintly sculptured brood, In death she sleeps profound ; And save the plaintive &lt; :uf hut-dove, Calling upon her...
Model Husbands. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 10 May 1855
Model Husbands. T. S. ARTHUR "Another day's work done, thank fortune!" said Mr. Peterkin. throwing himself, with an air of careless satisfaction, in a reclining attitude on a bench. ''I'm not a lazy man, but I do feel glad, these hot June days, when the sun goes down,'\ A few minutes only did Mr, Peterkin remain in this position. Rising up quickly, as a thought crossed his mind, he added — " Woman's work, it is truly said, is never done. I must hurry off home, and see how poor Mary is getting along. She did not seem at all well when I left her at dinner-time." "You don't expect to cook your supper, do you 1 " remarked an employer in the establishment where Mr. Peterkin was engaged, speaking with a slightly sneering expression. "If cook should happen to be out, and wifey sick," was the smiling answer, :i the kettle would not fail to reach the boiling point through my neglect or indifference. That's a fact." " Every man to his taste," said the other, " But Pm no betty. I suppose you c...
THE WIFE, TO HER HUSBAND IN CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 10 May 1855
THE WIFE, TO HER HUSBAND IN CALIFORNIA. MRS. E. A. W. Spring once agnin puts ou its bloom. And Flora don's her gayest dress: Uer richest garb the earth assumes, And brightest smiles, her sons to bless. Aurora comes in queenly pride, Her radiance flushing all the skies; But what to me her gorgeous blooms t Without the sunlight of thine eyes. Their brightness dearer is by far Than dazzling gems though rich and rare, Nor Cynthia's vest of purest blue Is wrought with jewels half so fair. The rose that climbs our cottage roof Is budding to the morning air— Would that thy hand could pluck for me, Tho first that oped its petals there. The time is long since thou wer't here; Thrice have I watched their infant bloom, Their blossoming hath come and gone, Thrice kept I vigil o'er their tomb. The way-side flowers that sprung within My youthful pathway, loved and cherished, Have like these roses, one by one, Bloomed for a moment, drooped and perished. But yet there gleams a halo'd light Qe'r mem...
Lamartine's Mother. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 10 May 1855
Lamartine's Mother. It was the fate of the father of Lamartine, the great living French poet and orator, to be mixed up with tho first French Revolution. During that stormy period, he, with a great number of bis compatriots, was immured in the prison at Macon. He was not there long, before his wife, with her child, took lodgings opposite the window of the cell which enclosed the republican. She soon drew his attention to herself and his child, which though he could not speak to her for fear of the sentinel, reconciled him in some measure to his captivity, and lessened the burden of his woes. "My mother," says Lamartine, "carried me every day in her arms to the garret window, showed me to my father, gave me nourishment before him. made me stretch out my little hands towards the bars of his prison, then pressing my forehead to her breast, she almost devoured me with kisses in the sight of the prisoner, and seemed thus to waft him mentally all the caresses which she lavished on me." At...
MARRIED. __■ [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 10 May 1855
MARRIED. __■ On the Ist May, in this &lt;-itj, by Justice Rix, Moritz Bcrnhcim and Miss Amalia Burgmand, both of this city. On the 2d May, in this city, by Rev. B. Brierly, John Johnston and Miss Mary H. Carter, both of Maim county. On the Ist May, in Yuba City, John Alexander and Miss Elizabeth Nabb, all ol Yuba. On the Ist May, at Montezuma, Edward Parks, of New Yoik, and Mrs. M. Brackenbridge, of Newport, Ky. On the Ist May, at llliuoistown, James Talbot and Miss France* E. Sanderson. On the 20th April, in Placerville, Augustus C. Raymond and Miss Jane Smith. On the 28th April, at Jackson, Jabez Wild and Miss Sarah Bradley. « On the 29th April, in Stockton, Chas. Ashley and Miss Margaret Curry.
DIED. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 10 May 1855
DIED. On the 6th May, in this city, of Panama Fever, Arthur Eggleso, late of New York. On the 3d May, in Oakland, Thomas A. Warbass, a native ol Hamburg, N. J., aged 34 years. On the 3d May. near Sun Rafael, James L. Poindextor, a na tive of Ricnnioud, Va. On the 3d May, at Smith's Flat, Mr. Gallehanse, formerly of Columbus, Ohio.
SAN FRANCISCO MARINE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 10 May 1855
SAN FRANCISCO MARINE LIST. ARRIVALS. May2—-Clipper bark Fanny Major, Hayß, Honolulu 13 days, with mdse —8 passengers. May 3—Shi|) Oxnard, Hinckley, New York, 133 days; coal. Schr Palestine, Stoddard, Salt Point, 11 hours ; lumber. May 4—Ship Elizabeth Ellen, Brightmau, Hong Kong, 75 days, with indse—24o Chinese passengers. May s—Steamship America, Haley, San Diego, 3 days ; mdse. Brig Quoddy Belle, Yates, Humboldt Bay, 2 days ; lumber. Clipper schr Minna, Pulsifer, Valparaiso, 44 days ; indse. Sard schr Sofia, Fortello, Hong Kong, 77 days; mdse. Schr J X F Mansfield, Clarke, Albion River, 20 hrs; lumber. Schr Queen of the West, Dame, Santa Cruz, 30 hrs; produce. Schr A-toria, Willoughby, Snnta Cruz, 12 hours ; lime. Schr Kate Heron, Copeland, Hall-moon Bay, 10 hrs; wheat. Schr Job Hewitt, Loper, Tomales, 7 hours; produce. May 6—Bark Greenfild, Follansbcc, New York, 110 days; mdse. Schr Isabella, Ebbitt, Taylor, New York, via Talcuhuana 66 days, with 26 terapins. Schr Kate Kill, Park...
Page 150 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 10 May 1855
SPECIAL NOTICES. fjp* The New England Washingtonian says : For incipient consumption, we know of no better remedy thnn WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY. It is soothing and healing in its nature, and is admirably adapted to allny and dissipate that annoying and distressing irritation which so much prevails at this season ot tho year, caused by colds, coughs and chills, brought on by frequent and sudden changes of the weather. We know of several severe cases which have been radically cured by the use of this Balsam. Some two years since a friend of ours was suffering under what was thought to be confirmed consumption—a severe cough, loss ot appetite, night sweats, Ac. By tho use of the Balsam he dispelled these alarming encroachments, and is now in the enjoyment of comparative good hoalth. Sold by all druggists. Agents for San Francisco, B. B. THAYER &amp; CO. fgf Home Testimony.—Royal Smyth, of Boston, writes that, by the use of a single bottle of WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY...
Page 150 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 10 May 1855
£y Persons purchasing articles advertised in our columns will confer a favor by saying they observed them advertised in the "CALIFORNIA FARMER." Bookseller's and Stationer's WHOLESALE AND RETAIL WAREHOUSE. WE beg to call attention to the following catalogue, which comprises in part our stock of books and etutionery. By the recent arrivul of clippers, our assortment of goods in this line has been made very complete, and we feel euro thn the public will find it to their interest to call and examine our stock before making purchases elsewhere. Blank Books.—Ledgei-*, Journals, Cusb, Invoice, Day and Record Books, in Russia, Sheep and Muslin Binding. Copying Books, Indexed and Plain Memorandums, Bank and Puss Books, Dairies, Ac, Ac. Paper.—Brief, Letter, Cap, Note, Envelope, Tissue, Blotting una Filtering Fupers. Stationery. —A complete assortment of Law, Counting House and Fancy Stationery. Bound Books.—A large and splendid assortment oi Law, Stundurd, School und Miscellaneous Books, in...
Page 150 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 10 May 1855
MISCELLANEOUS. Copartnership Notice. THE undersigned have formed a Copartnership for the purpose of continuing and carrying on the Furniture Trade as Wholesale and Retail Dealers and Importers, in this city and Sacramento, under the name and style ot HOWES St CO. Resident Partner, Boston R. HOWES, of the old firm of Hjwes St Co., 180 and 182 Montgomery street. Resident Partner, San Francisco.... DAVID MOORE, San Francisco, Sacramento, 139 Jackson st. 103 X st. Resident Partner, Sacramento B. C. NEWCOMB, 77 X street, Sacramento City. Sah Francisco, May 8, 1855. To Our Friends and the Public. By uniting the abovo three firms our capital is largely increased and our expenses reduced more than one-half, which enables us to offer you a greater variety of Goods at 15 to 35 per cent. less than our former rates. One of tho partners wiil be in Boston and New York to purchase goods, and will take advantage of the markets to obtain such goods as aro desirable, at the Louvat Cash Rats: Three ye...
Page 150 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 10 May 1855
I BUSINESS CARDS. DUNCAN &amp; CO, J. C. DUNCAN AUCTIONEER, EEAL ESTATE AUCTION ROOMS, Nos. 156 and 158 Montgomery street, (in Montgomery Block.) Having taken the above spacious room*, wo shall devote onr ' entire attention to sales ol Real Estate, Stocks, Administrators' and Assignee.,' Sales, etc., etc. Intending to transact a strictly legitimate Commission Business, we solicit consignments from our friends and the public. Our rooms being well adapted to luree -nles of FURNITURE, consignments ol the tame will be received. v 3-16 BOUND FOB THE STATES! Merchants, Miners and others,bound home, arc advised to visit OAK HALL, Boston, Mass., where they can replenish their Wardrobes with complete outfits from one of the largest and best MfOTtfl 1 stocks of Clothing, Furnishing Goods, &amp;c, &amp;c, in the United States. Also, every variety of Boy's Clothing. t~W One Price, Cash System, giving all (in equal chance. G. W. SIMMONS. Oak 11 all, North street, Boston, ...
Page 151 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 10 May 1855
HORTICULTURAL, &amp;c. Flowers ! Flowers! J GOLDEN GATE NURSERY, Corner Fourth and Fulsom streets. Office 170 Washington sti-cet, San Frnncisco. PERSONS de-irons ot embellishing their gardens or conservatories, will find nt this establishment the largest stock and greatest variety of plants to be found on the Pacific coast. Among which are: Cameliu Japoiiicas, in 70 vnrieties; Perpetual Roses of all the classes ; fragrant and fancy Geraniums; Passitloras, Heliotropes, Verbenas, Honeysuckles, Abutilons, Myrtles, Oleanders, Jessamines, Fuschias, Daphnes, Dahlias, Bulbous Roots, Ornamental Shrubbery ; and a general aSsllllllMUil of Green House and Hardy Plants. Orders for shipment to any part of the Stnte will be carefully executed by addressing D. Nelson, 170 Washington Street, or the proj)' ietor, Box 1,1)57 Post-office. v3-9-3m W. C. WALKER. Golden Gate Nursery, Corner of Folsom and Fourth streets, Han Francisco. OFFICE—NO. 170 WASHINGTON STREET. THE attention of the public ...
Page 151 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 10 May 1855
AGRICULTURAL, &amp;c. Pitt's Double Pinion Eight or Ten Horse Power. THIS Horse Power, as now manufactured by the subscriber, is admitted by those who have purchased and used it, to* surpass, for strength, ease, durability and cheapness of repair, any Power ever offered to the public. Their great superiority over other powers, consists in the plan ot construction. By reference to the cut herewith presented, it will be seen that this Horse Power is just double the strength ol any singleg taredpowsr, and is the only real Double Pinion Power in existence. Notwithstanding it is sufficiently strong and wnrranted to stand the full strength of eight or ten horse.-, it is also warranted to give as much effective or useful power, when driven by one or two horses, as any other power, whether constructed on the endless chain or lever principle. I have, tor the last eight years, manufactured and sold a large number of these powers, during which timo they have been thoroughly te-ted, nnd...
Page 151 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 10 May 1855
STEAMERS. California Steam Navigation Company. JANUARY, 1855. Departure fum Vallejo street wharf, at 4 o'clock, P. M. For Sacramento. VIA BENICIA. Steamer NEW WOULD, Capt Seymour; Tuesdays, Thursdays aud Saturdays. Steamer ANTELOPE, D. Van Pelr. master; Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. For Marysville. VIA BENICIA. Daily, at 4 o'clock, I. X By the Sacramento Steamers, connecting with the Company's LIGHT DRAUGHT STEAMERS at Sacramento. Through Tickets issued. For Stockton. VIA MARTINEZ. Daily, at 4 o'clock l&gt;. M. Steamer CORNELIA, K. Concklin. master; Mondays, Weilncsduys and Fridays. Steamer URILDA, Clark, Muster. Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. For Colusi, Bed Bluffs and Intermediate Landings. Daily, at 4 o'clock, P. M. By the Hncrnmnnti. gtllHHn. ooniMOtina with tlia Company's LIGHT DRAUGHT STEAMERS, which leave Sacramento— Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at 12 o'clock, M. Freight by the above boats must be paid for on delivery* For particulars upply at the office...
Page 151 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — California Farmer and Journal of Useful Sciences — 10 May 1855
MISCELLANEOUS. TREADWELL &amp; CO., CORNER OF CALIFORNIA AND BATTERY STREETS, SAN FRANCISCO. ' IMPORTERS, JOBBERS AND RETAILERS OF ►Hardware and Mining Tools; also. Agricultural Implements, Field and Garden Seeds of all descriptions, from the celebrated House of Messrs. Rugtiles, NuurßC, Mason A Co., Boston. Field and Garden Seeds of nil varieties | Ploughs, Harrows, Cultivators, Seed Sowers, of all kinds ; Threshers, Reapers. Mowers, Fan Mills, Straw Cutters. Con Shellers, Vegetable Cutters, Corn and Flour Mill.-, Bausage Cutters and Stutters, Horse Powers, Smut Mill.--, Wheat Drills, Churns, Ox Yokes, Bows, Hoive Rakes—together with nil the small tools and Implements appertaining to cultivation. N. B.—Branch House at Marysville. All orders piorrrptly attended to. v:&gt;-5 San Francisco ahead of the World! Ever on, on apace with the Age and Timea! llnrrali lor Vann-'sjicw Dnjfuerrean Gallery! Largest Light in the World, (over 500 feet Glass.) New Building, cor. Sacr...