Pacific Rural Press. Vol. XLVI. No. 4. July 22, 1893.

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Original publisher's black and white wrapper with a reprinted black and white photograph of a team of cattle "hauling logs in the redwood region of the upper coast of California." 11 1/4" x 15 1/2." Pages 65-84, complete. Black and white illustrations and advertisements throughout magazine, complete. Pages are very clean and intact but loose and there is some chipping at the spine. The Pacific Rural Press was a major agricultural journal that was published between the mid-nineteenth century and early twentieth century. Many of the articles give information and advice on the different parts of the agricultural industry. The following are some of the articles and features in this issue: "Lessons of a Failure," "In the Redwoods," "The Freest Distribution Essential," "Trouble with the Prunes," "Carrots as Horse Feed," "Horticulture: Fruitmen and the Tariff; The Olive-Growers' Convention; An Apricot Postscriptum; New Fruit Driers; Grafting the Apple on the Pear; A Sonoma County Prune Method; Work of the Ladybug," "Poultry Yard: Turpentine for Roup," "World's Fair: California at the Fair; San Diego's Silk Exhibit," "The Home Circle: Warnings for Woody Walks [about poisonous plants to watch out for while walking on a trail or in the woods]; Taking Cold; Saved by Sunshine; How to Stay Well," "Domestic Economy" [recipes], and "California Crops."