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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 11 April 1877
GILHAM S GREEK OINTMENT. F)R all external diseases of toe Horse, has no equal. For sale by Traders. Druggists and Har-ness-makers. MAIN A WINCHESTER. SI4 and SIS Battery Street, San Francisco. , — ' T : I~ CO&amp;NWELL M.' Df'„\»J . TAL ROOMS, S3O Kearny St.. Bush. Ether or Chloroform ntaßaS?3administered. A lady assistant In &gt;*LjTTf£* attendance. Graduates only employed to operate. fD-QKA JWlrerrf for an /neuraftfe cow. Dr. J. P. Fttlkr. being sworn, says: I graduated In IS3S. appointed to Professor's chair 1859: have devoted 40 years, exclusively to Rheumatism, Neuralgia. Gout. Kidney aud Liver.diseases. I guarantee Dr. Fitter's Rheumatic Remedy, Kidney Cordial, and Llrer Pills,apermanent cure,or will refund money. Pamphlets. References, and Medical advice sent by mail, gratis. Address Dr. FUler, 45 S. Fourth Philadelphia. Medicines at Druggists. '
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 11 April 1877
I n troduced in America as BED BLOOD! French Iron preparation, which, beingeaslly assimilated to the system, gives to the blood that necessary quantity of red globules which constitutes tlie healthy vitality of the individaal: in other words, if your Blood is Thin it wM make it Kith. Under its Influence the appetite wiil be revived, the clucks will gradually redden, the energies, moral ami p*V- - cal. will-be strengthened, and "onsMjuently Life made enjoyable. Price, 81.33. N. B.—lt d»es not blacken the teeth. Ask youlchemist for it. or apply direct to C. MELQUIOND, Agtut for tne V. Stnu-s. 413Sansome st, cor. Commercial, San Francisco. THE LONDON Medical and Surgical Institute. —: DX. A. IT. IUSBITtI, M. It. C. B. F„ Phys'cian, Surgeon, Oculist and Anrist HAS BEEN REORGANIZED AND REMOVED TO No. 4 Hardie Place, Kearny St., Between Bush and Sutter, Ban Francisco. &lt;Cfe EYE AND EAR CASES A SPECIALTY. All cases treated under contract. Patients will thus know beforehand what t...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 11 April 1877
[ SAVINGS RANK, 6IC Market Street, Sau Fr*nelac*. F. A. BVniKltrORD, - - . . •\\ r . MeMAHON O'BRIKN, - -* Cas'hikb Incorporated in ISUiI. &lt;10,?53 Depoallora. Torin 33oj&gt;c»»ita» . 1&lt;) Pel* Cent Per Annum. Depoaiis received In gold, silver or currency, and I in Minns of ten cents and upwards, i Deposits mnv be made by mall or through W ells. 1 Fargo A Co., when Bank Book or Certificate of Deposit will be returned free of charge. . Dividend Notice, No. 8. C MM. L. AT Kit 11. LOAN AN I&gt; SAVIXOS j Bank, comer Post and Kearny Streets. San ; Francisco. The-regular monthly dividend of Two I percent for March, 1877. is declared, payable April i 5Ui, to stockholders of record March 27th, 1K77. F. S CARTKR. Seeretare. Collateral Loan anfl Mm Bank, C % IORNER POST AND KEARNY Si'KKKIs, / San Fpancisco—Suoscripiions for a.portion of ! the reserved shares of theX'ollateral IyO»in and Savings Bank will be received until further notice at the Bank at SIS ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 11 April 1877
TRY POWDER ASIC TOFB OKOTKR FOR IT. . RICHBEAUTIFUL. FARMERS FARMERS' WIVES, SONS and DAUGHTERS, attention! ' Learn- to beautify your HOMES and CULTIVATE the SOIL to the BEST ADVANTAGE and most ECONOMICALLY. FINEST and best GTJIDEG and CATALOGUES in the WORLD. . Everyone having- a FARM or GA3'DEN should send n Postal-Card at Ones .« » for FREE descriptive CIRCULAR; or 10c. for Illustrated Catalogue, 136pai,e.» ivo'b*,, g. K. BUSS &amp; SONS, ho. 5712. 34 Barclay St. New York* GRAND REDUCTION IN PRICES. M. SHORT, - Having just received a Large Invoice of , WEST OF ENGLAND GOODS, Therefore" informs bis patrons .Chat lie wlltirrnkt; CLOTHING TO ORDER nt the Lowest CASII PRICE for the r.ext Sixty Days: Business Suits to Order, - $25 Pants to Order,- - - ■ $6 Dress Suits to Order. $35 to $50 Commercial 5t., cor. Leidesdorff, '■ A-NO TXTo. G Klcarny Street, SAN FRANCISCO. WALLPAPERS WINDOW SHADES. Orders fronl the interior promptly and carefully ttended to forwarded C. 0.1). tfn r...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 April 1877
Curiosities.—A fence made from the railing of a scolding wife. A plate of butter from the cream of a joke. The small coins in "the change of the moon." The original brush used in painting the signs of the times. The hammer which broke up the meeting. Buckle to fasten a laughing stock. The animal that drew the inference. Egg from a nest of thieves. A bucket of water from "All's well." Hepworth Dixon has taken back what he said against American women, and now he has orr permission to go ahead and hang up his picture in lager beer saloons and music stores.
THE TRAVELLERS` REST. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 April 1877
THE TRAVELLERS` REST. | The fisher casts his nets near shore In sight of the wholesome land ; But the sailor rides where the billows dssh Par, far from house or strand. The smith beats out the soldier's blade With ringing strokes and loud, And the spinner reels his shining thresd From the dull worm's silken shroud-Bread-winners all. by land and wave, A iid journey Id&lt;j all to their rest—the grave. One scatters the field with the yellow graiu And works in the glad sunshine. And one in the darkness, deep helow. Toils in the noxious mine : ■S Hue eat black bread from an oaken board ; Some sip of tho vintage flue ; Some wrinkle their brows over musty toaMS Till the morning star doth shineWorkers or drones, csrth's gouerous breast Shall welcome all to The Travellers' Best.
THE SKELETON IN THE CUPBOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 April 1877
THE SKELETON IN THE CUPBOARD. FREDERICK LOCKER. Tb&lt;- characters of great and small Come ready made (we can't bespeak one). Their sides are many, too,—and all (Except ourselves) have got a weak one. Some sanguine people love for life. Some love their hobby till it Kings them,— How many love a pretty wife For love of the fdat she brings them I Iu order to relieve my mind I've thrown off this disjointed chatter. And much because I'm disinclined To venture on a painful matter : I once was bashful ; I'll allow I've blushed for word* untimely spoken, I still am rather thy, and now And now the ice is fairly broken. We all have secrets : you hive one Which mayn't be quite your charming spou?e's ; We all lock up a skeleton In some grim chamber of our houses j Familiars who exhaust their days And nights in plaguing fops and fogies. And who, excepting spiteful ways. Are blameless, unassuming bogies. We hug the phantom we detest. We rarely let it crops out portals : It is a most exac...
My Mysterious Muleteer. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 April 1877
My Mysterious Muleteer. We were a party of three Englishmen, traveling by rail from Madrid to the east coast, bound to Puerta Muerta, to buy transport mules for a certain little War then in progress in the remote east. it was at Almanza, the junction for Valencia and Barcelona, that I first saw uiy mysterious muleteer. No muleteer was he then to all outward seeming; but dressed like a Spanish gentleman of the old school, i wrapped in a wide capaor cloak, which, j when he chose, completely enshrouded ! his face. This was not invariably; more than once I saw his features plainly enough. He was not alone. A strikingly handsome girl, so like him thftt she was evidently his daughter, clung to him in a manner that betrayed evident anxiety and nervousness on his account. Her eyes, full of loving solicitude, were continually turned to his; now and again she motioned to him as if she wished him to cover up his mouth with his cloak. Was this for concealment, or was he an invalid? They were ra...
The Cities of the Union. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 April 1877
The Cities of the Union. AN INSTRUCTIVE COMPARISON OF THE VOTES THEY CAST LAST FALL. The last Presidential election, callitig forth a full vote throughout the country, should furnish a good basis for comparison as to the relative population of the different cities. Restrictions on suffrage may affect the vote very considerably in some localities, but, for the purpose of comparison, the result attained will, in most cases, bo about as correct as those afforded by the census. The following table gives the census enumeration of 1870 and the Presidential vote of 1870 in the twelve largest cities of the Union. As in several instances the city includes the entire county, a column is added showing the Presidential vote in the counties in which the several cities are located in those cases where the city and county limits are not identical : I " 1 lie District or Colombia does not vote for Presl I dent, and the largest vote cast .since IS7U, was 20,300 Authorities differ as to the ratio ol ...
Having a Chance. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 April 1877
Having a Chance. There is a vast amonnt of sympathy thrown away on people who, in common parlance, "have never had a chance." The basis of this sympathy is the assumption, often gratuitous aud unfounded, that if they had had a chance great things would have beeu accomplished by them. Now those familiar with the doctrine of the correlation of forces know that not a particle of force is ever lost, but when it ceases to show itself in one form it assumes another, losing nothiug in the transmutation. Mental and spiritual forces afford no exceptions to this law, and where they exist will make themselves manifest in one way or another, unless their owner deliberately folds them in a napkin and hides them away. Even then they appear transmuted in him into blindness, stupidity, and obstinacy, upon which in the end condign punishment is visited. Capacities differ. Some men think in dimes, some in hundreds, some in thousands and tens of thousands. If the man who thinks in dimes conducts his a...
Two Good Stories of Royalty. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 April 1877
Two Good Stories of Royalty. A friend of mine who has facilities for knowing what passes in court circles, tells me that the princess Louise (Marchioness of Lome) is a firm believer in spiritualism, and that during the time when the newspapers were full of most sneering references to Slade, Her Highness summoned him to her side, had numerous seances with him, and treated him with all manner of consideration. Apropos of Louise, the gossips have not yet done talking of the curious fact that on the opening of Parliament the Princesses Louise and Beatrice both drove to Westminister in the royal coach with the Queen; but of all the lords, knights and geutlemen who took part in the pageant, there was no place, it seemed, which the Marquis of Lome might fitly occupy. The anomalous position which he occupies as husband of the Queen's daughter, but not the equal of his wife, must be galling to the proud young Scotch nobleman. Yet the Queen's own marriage was in many points similar. Long year...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 April 1877
BUSINESS CARDS. (}. BENTON JARRETT, M. D., physician am&gt; si kuko\. OFFICE: OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS' HALL. DR. (\ H. PRATT, PHYSIC lAH AM) st sit. i: oX. OFFICE : At Dr. Cutler's Drug Store, opposite Steven*' Flouring Mill.' LIVERMOKE, CAL. J . R . PAL ME It, Attorney and Counsellor at Law AND NOTARY I* I lILH , PLEASANTON, ALAMEDA COUNTY. CAL. Prompt attention given to tbe preparation Of all legal papers. ELLIOTT AUBUBY, ATTO X X E V A T I. AW . omci : WASHINGTON HOTEL. Kemdkxce : Corner of I. anil Third BtreetS. CURTIS H. LINDLEY, ti ioiiXKV ami &lt;oixsellox AT LAW, fam i.IVEKMoiiE, cal. M. P. H. LOVE, ATTORNEY AT LAW AXI&gt; VOTARY PUBLIC. Office : Pearl Street, near Edsou't; Warehouse, LIVEKMOKE, ALAMEDA CO., CA' . WETERA U S 1.1 vt:itn o it c i*. aiiEit v. I.IVEIIMOUE, CAL. Families. Hotels and Restaurants daily rapplied with the best liread Pies ami Cak. B. Wedding Cakes made to order. ISRAEL Hi&gt;KTON. G. E. KENNF.OY. HORTON &amp; KENN...
WORTH AN EXPERIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 April 1877
WORTH AN EXPERIMENT. T«ts? present state of the crop prospecs cannot but eases oa constantly • to thin'; of the immeose*gain a'syst sen ofarted.m wells w uld be to this Valley., We .v&gt;!) v utare to easjert it as oar i l&gt;e'icf that til" difference in tlie i cc - i its and One of success, W a id smk one j bundred artesian we.ls, tach to the depth of fur bdudc&lt; 1 leei. 'I wis may an examination of the figures will show j it to b'- not fßr fr ru the tru th . Whether tbie depth would secure the d cessary head f water, however, is the question in point. ody by sin ting an experimental w- li can this lie decide I. This should bo done. The cost w mid not be gr at. Statistics bi ow that as a rule a we;! can be sunk to Iji ■di pth of 400 fe &gt;t for lees than $1000 and iased for aboutßGoo raoro. Deeper Or this, the cost will 1* $6.25 p r foot, with an ad lilion of 25 cents per font for every 25 feet in dep li This would be the coat, if the work 1 1 , ...
EXPRESSION IN HOUSES. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 April 1877
EXPRESSION IN HOUSES. Did you ever notice 1 . Houses \ H ***** expression, Wdo faces, though perhaps not to so great an extent. Did you never see two houses of almost the saute plan, but in some way totally which entirely changed tlv expression. One of these apparent trifles wtil sometimes give an entirely change of c uutenanee (if we may use the word) to And the v -lie'" of ex res i fttS is a. most incxh instable, rtomc nouses upper ivtud ws * &gt;c eyebrows : others, s iH, seem wreathed in Stuil s. li v. if ii ha«M »&gt;v ■•• I'm i thi of it setreelv t »o low. nnojii [ w; rj Windows not prop-rly distribute*., B-sides, much dep -t.tls on tbe -i c. t ih-&gt; house. A would v.oi'-n-There is much more to 1 a though cf in butidmg a nice no use, man mcrelv putting it together niectmatcauy. Tic* true architect appreciate* tins. ot per? ct taste hi bafttiag is not confined to the residences w petsous oi moderate me ns. E euarchitects draft j these buidiugs. no amou...
HARD TIMES-THE CAUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 April 1877
HARD TIMES-THE CAUSE. : Ti&gt;.e &lt; ni..ii prospci \. [ bonds aud greenl acks in their hau 1.-. \ , They bought freely, and paid in this j ; paper. We imp rted to the .-mount of I ; than we e:p irted, aud paid r! balance j ■ in ■ iut paper. j In less than twelve yeans the paper] T3 en the t' !e hud t&lt; turc * we i ad to ' end i aaethiug on the principal. Four ; ! year ago we imp n\. d four hnudr.d radii m doflard wor h of goods, which i ,we paid 1r in our oonds. .\ iw we have to pay Europe one hundred mil-j ! lions of interest, fifty millions of pringet besides. I- ii any wonder that J times hive changed, and that prices have come down ? Prices must come down. These demands of Europe must be met. This interest must be paid. It will take all our gold and silver, un- \ i teas wa can pay it in goods. To do j i so, we musl s I! al pries at which they There is a vast difference between receiving four hundred million dollars ; j!* r annum in foreign goods, on ;...
CHICKENS. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 April 1877
CHICKENS. the) will a rt is pretty well established. Bound every bouse and burin there is a . ; certain ainouot of chicken feed, which a lew will pick np, and live and l&gt;* just have to be fed &gt;ut ot whole cloth. Then, they d i n I get teat variety, air. [dub of laftD r-. to tn&amp;ke expt riments ,in every ior.i;, and to report results. 8C thin &gt; in hand. i T:.ere are plenty of people who have not found out tint honesty is the i est I'o'iey. But it is.