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WHAT ARE WE MADE FOR? [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 11 April 1877
WHAT ARE WE MADE FOR? Just tell me what we are made for, Mr*. Simpson, if you can ? What on earth is all his life for! Life, a trifle, a mere *pan. What's a baby, crying baby? Who would care to be just that? Tossed and tumbled just at plea«ure, Scratched by every pin and cat? What's a school girl, plodding school girl, With her satchel full of books? Off to school to learn her lessons. Making faces and pot-hooks. What's a mi»s from twelve to sixteen. With her simpering sickly ways, Only wishing just for eighteen, And the hope of brighter days ? What's a girl who's got a lover ? God pity now, her little heart, If she has none, lack a daisy, Ht's is still the harder part. Then she's married, and is happy, But the cup is dashed full soon; History has fixed its measure, One month is the honeymoon. Then a wife. Ah. well-a-day, Go and ask, then, how they do; I can't tell what I got spliced for, Mrs. Simpson, now, can you? Mother! Now come pretty babies! Washing, sewing, drying tears; Thes...
SELFISHNESS A CHARACTERISTIC OF MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 11 April 1877
SELFISHNESS A CHARACTERISTIC OF MAN. [Communicated.] Mankind is somewhat selfish. It is a trait horn within him. You can see selfishness in the character of Adam when he ate the forbidden fruit in the garden of Edou, which he did merely to gratify his taste aud curiosity. Again witness self when tho Lord accused htm of trespassing the law, "Eve tempted me and I did eat." He was so selfish that he did not wish to bear any of the penalty for transgression. We of course wish to prosper in all our undertakings; and we .strive to gain more and more of this world's goods. This , to a certain degree, is pcrteetly proper, and in accordance with the laws of nature. But this characteristic of selfishness is too much cultivated. We think of, and work too much for our own individual aims, aud thereby neglect to help the needy that thread our every path through life. I n this land where we boast of great wealth and power, there are thousands of persons who need our help, not | merely cheerful wo...
LAND TRANSFERS. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 11 April 1877
LAND TRANSFERS. Tlie following transfers of real estate have been made in this township recently: Augustus D. Splivalo and Wm- Ludwig (by H. N. Morse, Sheriff), to Juan Miguel Aguirre, block 7, Livermore. Elliot Anbury to Juan Ureas and Teresa Preciado, three acres on road survey No. 1,548, near Livermore. H. DeYoung to F. Colderaiek, 90 acres, Murray township.
LOCAL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 11 April 1877
LOCAL NOTICES. Dress goods of most exquisite shades and patterns. Anspaeher Bros. * My goods are all new—no old stock kept over for the last five years—which I will sell at tlie lowest possible prices. Give me a call. J. Vostrovsky, New Brick Store. * Anspaeher Bros, are busy. * Tlie Enterprise Windmill is coming into general use everywhere. Horton &amp; Kennedy. * Light Hats of every description. Anspaeher Bros. * I keep no auction goods. All my goods an* brought from tlie most respectable wholesale houses in the East and San Francisco. I paid cash for every dollar's worth, and that's the reason why I can sell everything low down for cash. Call. * Gents' neck-scarfs of latest styles of finest shades. Anspaeher Bros. * Horton &amp; Kennedy sell the Enterprise Windmill. • Our trade comes from every section of the county. Anspaeher Bros*. * I have laid in a new stock of Dry Goods (not old auction trash), which I bought for cash, and offer everything at bottom prices, Q...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 11 April 1877
I. O. O. F.—Livermore Lodge, No. 219 meets every Thursday evening, at 8 o'clock, at Odd Fellows' Hall. Sojourning Brothers are cordially invited to attend. Gko. E. Freeman, N. G. N. D. Dutcher, Bee. Sec. Business Change. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I have this day sold the Excelsior Drug Store, situated in Livermore, consisting of stock in trade, fixtures, etc., to Dr. John W. Van Zaudt, Jr., he collecting all debts due the store, and pa) ing all outstanding liabilities. Witness our hands this 9th day of April, 1877. L. H. CUTLER. JOHN W. VAN ZANDT. Jr. Declaration of Intention. IN THE PROBATE COURT OF THE COUNTY OF ALAMEDA, STATE OF CALIFORNIA. In Uie matter of the application of Ellen Dickens, for an order permitting the sale of her homestead, and that of her husband, George Dickens, insane, notice is hereby given that on Saturday, the sth day of May, 1877, at 10 o'clock a. m., the undersigned, Ellen Dickens, will make application to Uie Probate Court of Alameda County, at the Cou...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 11 April 1877
Election Proclamation. TOWN ELECTION. In accordance with law, and a resolution of the Board of Trustees of the Town of Livermore, adopted April 2d, 1877, A Town Election will be held on Monday, the Fourteenth day of May, A. D. 1877, tor the purpose of electing the following officers for said Town: Five Trustees, An Assessor, A Town Marshal, who shall also be Tax Collector. Polling place at the house of the Livermore Hook and Ladder Company No. 1, on Second Street. The following have been designated as a Board of Election: Inspector—O. S. Livermore. Judges—M. S. Palmer, Joseph Harris. Clerks—W. 8. Low, Wm. H. Church. A. J. McLEOD, President of the Board of Town Trustees of the Towu of Livermore. Attest: Geo. E. Freeman, Clerk. IJvennore, April 2d, 1877. This is to announce that I hereby offer myself as a candidate for the office of MARSHAL of the Town of Livermore, subject to the decision of the people of said town, on Monday, May 14th, 1577. Charles Acker. WERTHEIMBER * BECK, Dealer...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 11 April 1877
JOSEPH J ACKER, GUI * LOC X SMITH. Repnirer of sewing machines, musical instruments, and small machinery, FIRST ST., NEAR NORFOLK 1.1 V Kit V STAB I.X, Livermore. loSliMlfli Holfil CORNER FIRBT AND X STREETS, Livermore, Cal. THIS HOUSE IS NICELY FUR nislred, and affords first-class accom modations in every respect. The rooms an pleasant, and the tables are kept on th« Restaurant Plan. Board and Lodging by the Day, 11.00 t&lt; $1.50. SINGLE MEALS ."50 CTS. AND CP. AXTOX BARDELLIXt, Proprietor. m¥rXrK 415 a week to Agents. tyOO tO / $10 Outfit Free. P. O. YICKERY, Augusta, Maine LIVERY _ STABLE. W. H. HARRISON &amp; W. S. SMITH, PROPRIETORS, First st, ,East of Odd Fellow Hall LIVERMOKF., CAL. Single axd Double Teams, and Rock a wav.s to Lkt. Particular attention given to Boarding and Shipping Stock. Low Charges, and First-Class Accommodations. A practical Veterinary Surgeon is always to be found here who will give his entire attention to horses placed in his care. WK H...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 11 April 1877
I■ll'-■ I ■ ■ I -* M M H TBS LIVERMORE HERALD A twenty-eight column journal, representative of the interests, and devoted to the development of tho great Livermore Valley* and the welfare of ita farmers, merchants, arti- T* •ana, . .; / A 8 &amp; Home Paper for Family Read ing, the Herald will be Unsurpassed. i In the HERALD, the advertising com. in unity will find a medium in which to lay their wants and business intelligence before, every farmer in this Valley, and the aur rounding country. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: $3,00 per Annum, IN ADVANCE. Fine Job Printing A SPECIALTY. IS b h rl
Hydraulics of the Ancients. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 11 April 1877
Hydraulics of the Ancients. Among the vast works of the ancient Romans, which excite the cdtniration and surprise even of these days, not th.&lt;i least marvelous were those designed either for irrigating or draining purposes, or to furnish the inhabitants of their cities with an abundant supply of water. Father Set'chi has written a letter to the French Academy of Sciei-ces on thifcurious subject. The monuments he mentions have been mostly discoved by him in the environs of Rome. The first mentioned by him is an aqueduct built at Altari, 200 years before the Christain era. It is an inverted syphon, its lowest point being 101 metres below the orfice from which the water flowed into the town. The pipes of this aqueduct are of earthenware, buried in a thick bed of concrete; they were very firmly joined together along a length of I\\ miles. This work seems to have been the model on which Vitruvius founded his description of. syphon aqueducts. The second remarkable relic of anti...
Vitality and Cunning of the Locust. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 11 April 1877
Vitality and Cunning of the Locust. In 1b65 I made experiments to see how soon locusts would drown. After confining them in water twelve hours, they soon showed signs of life when placed in the sunshine, and inafew minutes 1/egan to move. I tried freezing, and came to the conclusion that they could be frozen up any length of time, and the warm sunshine would again revive them. In 1847 I tried animal poisons to see what effect they would produce on locusts. I pnt the poison on celery, which the locusts prefer to other vegetables, and after observing the effect, formed the opinion that they could eat their weight of any animal poison without ill-effect to them. As soon as they batched out and began eating in April, 1875, I took a can of coal oil and a pan for the purpose of making a fagot to burn somo that had just begun to eat my wheat, coming from a sandy knoll in the field. I poured the oil in the pan, and in moving about the pan I caused two or three to leap into it. I perceived t...
The Earth Drying Up. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 11 April 1877
The Earth Drying Up. One of the most curious and we believe well substantiate J inferences, drawn by those geologists who have devoted attention to the chemical metamorphosis which the rocks composing the crust of the earth are subjected to, says the Poh/tecJ/nie Review, is the conclusion that the earth is gradually losing its water, or drying up. It is generally assumed that the evaporation of the water from the surfaces of our oceans, lakes, rivers, etc., is practically balanced by the various forms of precipitation, rain, snow, hail, etc., from the clouds, by which it finds its way again to the earth. This is strictly true in the sense that not a particle of water passes beyond the limits of our atmosphere, and all that finds its way into the atmosphere by evaporation, sooner or later is returned again. Nevertheless, the water supply of the earth is slowly but steadily diminishing. It jis not destroyed, but is so modified as jto be no longer available for the snstei nance of anim...
A Sudden Wooer. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 11 April 1877
A Sudden Wooer. The Chicago . Inter-Ocean gravely, rei lates this little story:' On West &gt;Banddlph street. No.—well, no matter what i the • number—there livesja tailor who, I perhaps, thirty years ago might have ! been considered fashionable, but who iat tho present time is not exactly so re-1 garded. There axe four children to be j supported, and the father depends ! greatly on the assistance of his eldest 1 daughter, a lovely golden haired girl of \ about nineteen years. Night after night the passer by might have observed this i "maiden fair" patiently stitching away' !at the coarse cloth garments. This-whs 1 the case on Friday night last, when at a I late hour a knock was heard at the door. The family had all retired save the girl, who was naturally startled, and on looking out of the window to assure herself : that it was not the horror of all woman- ' kind "a tramp," she proceeded to open j the door. A well dressed man entered, ! saying: "I called to S3e you on a lit...
A Card for Rational Readers. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 11 April 1877
A Card for Rational Readers. Irrational 1 people always reject good, advice, and in nothing is their folly more frequently conspicuous than in ignoring precautions necessary for the retention of health. Forecast, en the other hand, is a notable characteristic of the rational, and it is the exercise of this quality which we would suggest to them. Protect the system against diseases which fasten upon the debilitate*!, the nervous and the dyspeptic, by bracing the physique, regulating the stomach, bowels and liver, and banishing despondency with the purest and most efficient of botanic invigorants, Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. That these effects follow its use, and that it prevents as well as annihilates intermittent ana remittent fevers, are facts established by .indisputable evidence. To enjoy the twin blessings of "a sound m nd and a sound body" in all their pleutitude, try a course of this sterling medicine.
HOTEL CARS. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 11 April 1877
HOTEL CARS. Another v rand I niproi emenl ti&gt; be made by tbe Pioneer " Line. DESCSIPTIOH OF THE SUPERB CAES NOW BEING CONSTRUCTED. For some time we have heard hints of a line of hotel cars for the Omaha and California line of the Chicago A: Northwestern Railway. When asked about their cars, the officer* have uniformly evaded a direct reply. Our " reportorial imtiuets" taught ns to investigate for ourselves. We have done ao, and are now enabled to state positively that such a line Will be started in the early spring, and that the carg '.re now being built. The fact will no longer be a secret after this day's paper gets before the put- lie. lour of the most magnificent hotel cars that have been built anywhere are now being constructed by thi Pullman Palace Car Company expressly for this But. These cars will be sixty-six feet long, ten feet wide, and ten feet high, with twelve sections, one drawing-room (with table room for six persons;, and one state room, besides the kitch...
Elegant Photographs [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 11 April 1877
Elegant Photographs win oe iaKen ior you axreasonaoierates by calling on Taylor &amp; Co., 415 Montgomery street, San Francisco. All work guaranteed. AH Invaluable Eemedy.—Duraug's Rheumatic Remedy is a certain cure for all kinds of rheumatism, no matter of how long standing, or how aggravating the form. We make this assertion from the reputation of the medicine, and from the knowledge that many of our leading doctors are using it in their practice with wonderful success. Price, SI.OO. H. C. Kirk A Co., Agents, Sacramento. The old and widely known firm ol Moody &amp; Farish, Wool and Commission Merchants, 210 Davis street, are always supplied with the best goods in the market, and they arc known as honorable, reliable and accommodating gentk-me n. See card in another column. Canceb can be Cubed.—Db. Bond, of Philadelphia, announces his discovery for the radical euro of Cancer. No Knife! Ko Paint No Caustic! Remedies with full directiona 6ent anywhere. Pamphlets and p...
Tonic. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 11 April 1877
Tonic. Every one, at times, feels the necessity of some restorative of the vital powers, depressed by mental or bodily exhaustion. In such conditions, let every one, instead of flying to the alcoholic or medicinal stimulants, which must be followed by depression equal to their excitement, feinvigorate his deranged system by the natural tonic elements of the Peruvian Syelp. Sold by all druggists.
Unsolicited Testimony. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 11 April 1877
Unsolicited Testimony. Fairfield, Me., April 28, 1864. Gentlemen—Seeing numerous certificates in the Maine Farmer, endorsing the merits of the Great Lung Remedy, Wistab's Balsam of Wild Chebby, I am induced and I take great pleasure in giving publicity to the great cure it accomplished in my family in the year 1856. During the summer of that year my son, Henry A. Archer, now postmaster in this place, was attacked with spitting of blood, cough, weakness of - lungs, and general debility, so much so that our family physician declared him to have a '' seated consumption." He was under medical treatment for a number of months, but received no benefit from it. At length, from the solicitation of himself and others, I was induced to purchase one bottle of Wistab's Balsam of Wild Chebbt, which benefitted him so much I obtained another, which in a short time restored him to his usual state of health. I can safely recommend this remedy to others in like condition, for it is, I think, all it p...