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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 April 1877
Elect ion Proclamation. TOWN ELECTION. In accordance with law, ami a resolution of the Board of Trustees of the Town Of" Livermore, adopted April 3d, 1-7 7, A. Town Election will be held on Monday, the Fourteenth day of May, a. i&gt;. 1*77, for the purpose of electing the following A Town Marsha!, wdio shall also be Tax Coltectof. Foiling place at the bouse of the Livermore Hook and Ladder Company No. 1, The following have been designated as a Board of Election: Inspector—O. S. Livermore. Judges—M. S. Palmer, Joseph Harris. Clerks—W. S. Low, Wm. 11. Church. A. J McLEOD, President of the Board of Town Trustees of tie- TOWO of Livermore. Attest: Gko. !&gt;Fkki;man, Clerk. Livermore, April 2d, 1877. Declaration of Intention. IN THK PROBATE COURT OF TIIF. COENTY OF ALAMEDA, STATE OF CAI.IFOKMA. In the matter of the application of Bllen Dickens, for an order permitting the sale George Dickens, insane. Lice' is hejy given that 00 Saturday, the sth day of May, 1877, at 10 o...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 April 1877
JOSEPH J ACKER. Or* &amp; LIX Si SJIITH. i Repairer of sewing machines, musical instruments, and small machinery, KttJST ST-, Nt-AU NCHFOI.K U1 F.UY SI ABI.K. Livermore, I WasMngton Hotel CORNER FIRST AMI X SI KELTS, Livermore, Cal. rjvnrs ROUSE IS NICELY Fl'K modations in every respect. The rooms an pi asaut, and the tables are kept on tin Kkstai want Pi an. Board aud Lodging by 'he Day, $1.06 t&lt; |L5O. sivoi.i-: mius 50 ctr. ami re. A X I OX BA RD E I. LIX f Proprietor. C±IXK rr\ J'- * 'k toA-ents. 0*&gt;») CO *P# I |10 Outfit Free. P. c». YICKERY, Augusta, Maim' ~~Wam si a 6 m LITER! STABLE. W. H. HARRISON &amp; W. S. SMITH, PROPRIETORS, First $L t Eastof Odd FeUotVS Half LIYI.RMOHF, (VI.. Single and Dt: TjfA&gt;rS, AM' R'tCKAWAVS T ' LKT. Particular attention given to Beaming .°nd Low Charges, and First-Class Attwmmodatioiig. A practical Veterinary Surgeon is always, to be found here who will give his entire attention to horses placed in...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 April 1877
t n ■ LIVERMORE A twenty-eight column journal, representative of tho into est?, and devotoil to the development of the great Livermore Valley, and the welfare of its farmers, merchants, artisans. A.s a Homo Paper forFami'y l eading. th 3 Herald will be Unsurpassed. Tii the HERALD, the advertising community will find a medium in wnkhtolay their wants and business Lttelligeaeebefore every farmer in this Valley, ami tlie ?ur rounding country. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: S").00 per Annum, IN ADVANCE. Fine Job Printing A SPECIE LTV. bbb b b b
How Government Money and Bonds are Officially Destroyed. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 April 1877
How Government Money and Bonds are Officially Destroyed. The process by which all kinds of paper money, Government securities and stamps are destroyed is an interesting feature to those who have had an opportunity of witnessing the modus operandi, particularly so to the ladies, as many look on in astonishment, longing, or rather wishing, that the toothful morsels in the shape of £500 or 81000 notes about -to be consigned to the hugh maeerator might be in their hands to "place them where they would do the most good." Through the courtesy of a member of the Destruction Committee, to whom our party were indebted for the explanations, it was shown that they were comparatively valueless, from the fact that the signatures were cut off at either corner. The cylinders have a capacity to hold 2,500 pounds, but arc seldom filled with more than 2,000 pounds. They are filled with Government securities and other paper values, viz: Enited States fractional currency bonds, internal revenue certifi...
The Story of a Nose. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 April 1877
The Story of a Nose. Monsieur Ar&amp;go, the French statesman and nephew of the astronomer, is, in spite of his sixty-five years, a very handsome man. He has a large nose, of which he is somewhat proud. A Bhort time ago he was traveling by train to Versailles, when a child who "was in the same carriage, and who had watched Arago for some time with dilated eyes, began to cry. In vain did the child's mother, Arago and another Senator, endeavor to calm the perturbed juvenile. The poor mother was in despair, and as the shrieks grew more and more piercing, Arago felt bound to interfere and see what he could do. He said to the child, "What ails you, my dear? Are you afraid of me? I don't look very naughty, do I?" Thus addressed, the child sobbed out, "'Take off your nose." Arago looked at the mother, who grew very confused and said, "Ah, Monsieur! excuse me: excuse my son." "Hut, Madame," said Arago, "what does ho mean?" The mother then explained that she had during the carnival t...
Courious Country Superstitions. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 April 1877
Courious Country Superstitions. In most parts of the Enited Kingdom, it is deemed unlucky to kill a robin, the red breast of the bird being attributed to its having been sprinkled with the blood of our Lord as He hung upon the cross; even as the cross on the back of the ass is connected in the rustic mind with our Lord's entry into Jerusalem riding upon an ass." According to a paper in the Book of Days, a common saying in Suffolk is, " You must not take robin's eggs; if you do you will get your legs broken." The writer of it also relates the following anecdote: "How badly you write!" I said one day to a boy in our parish school; "your hand shakes so that you can't hold the pen steady. Have you been running hard or anything of that sort? " "No," replied the lad. "It always shakes; I once had a robin die in my hand, and they say that if a robin dies in your hand it will always shake." In some parts of England it is eonsideied very unlucky to have no money in your pocket when you hear ...
The Camphor Tree. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 April 1877
The Camphor Tree. One of the most useful and magnificent productions of the vegetable kingdom that enriches China, and more particularly the provinces of Kiang-si and Canton is the camphor tree. This stupendous laurel which adorns the banks of the rivers, was in several places found by Lord Amherst's embassy above fifty feet high, with its stem twenty feet in circumference. The Chinese themselves affirm that it sometimes attains the bight of more than three hundred feet, and a circumference greater than the extended arm 3of twenty men could embrace. Camphor is obtained from the branches, by steeping them, while fresh cut, in water for two or three clays, and then boiling them till the gum, in tho form of a white jelly, adheres to a stick Which is kept constantly stirring the branches. The fluid is then poured into a glazed vessel, where it concretes in a few hours. To purify it the Chinese take a quantity of finely powdered earth, which they lav at the bottom of a copper basin; over...
Two Irreconcilable Conditions. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 April 1877
Two Irreconcilable Conditions. Debility and health are irreconcilable conditions. Weakly people, that is to say people who lack the vitality requisite for a vigorous discharge of each and all of the bodily func- : tions, are invariably afflicted with some, though it may be a trifling, disorder of the sys'em. : Atony, or a want of nervous and muscular vigor, is accompanied by poverty of the blood and leanness. A certain way to overcome it and | prevent the aggravated* maladies to whioh it must ultimately lead is to use Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, which promote digestion and assimilation of the food, and thus are the means of furnishing the body with a supply of blood of a quality essential to its uroper nourishment. Invigoration through the instrumentality of the ; matchless tonic protects tbe feeble froni a host of bodily ills which lurk in ambush for the debilitated. The Bitters are an article which it is i most desirable to keep constantly on hand.
Elegant Photographs [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 April 1877
Elegant Photographs Will be taken for you at reasonable rates Sby calling on Taylor &amp; Co., 415 Montgomery | street, Kan Francisco. All work guaranteed. " Tkappeb's Indian Oil —The simplest and I most powerful remedy for rheumatism, neural- ! gia, sore throat, and all achts and pain.--. Sold every where, at fifty cents par flask. Cancer CAN EE Cckei&gt;.—D.'. BoND, of Phil- ' adelphia, announces his discovery for the radical cure of Cancer. No Knife' 1 No pain! jNo Caustic! Remedies with full directions sent anywhere. Pamphlets and particulars sent free. Address with stamp, Dr. H. T. Bond, 85!) North Broad st., Philadelphia, Pa. We Guarantee Db. Heisley's Headache Powders to cure the most distressing cases in ; tee minutes. All druggists sell 10 cent trial : packs—regular size 50 els., or mailed from Ba- | lem, N. J. Also Powder in Bulk for Physicians' use. Crane &lt;fc Brigham, Wholesale Agents, cor- ' ncr Front aud Clay streets, San Francisco. One, two, ...
Tonic. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 April 1877
Tonic. Every one, at times, feels the necessity of some restorative of the vital powers, dci pressed 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, reinvigorate his deranged system by the natural tonic elements of the Peruvian Syrup. Sold by all druggists.
Unsolicited Testimony. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 April 1877
Unsolicited Testimony. Fairfield, Me., April 28, 1804. Gentlemen—Seeing numerous certificates in j the Maine Fanner, endorsing tlie merits of the Great Lung Remedy, Wistab's Balsam of Wi u&gt; CaTDtST, I am induced and I take gn at pleasure ! in giving publicity to the great cure it accomplished in my family in the year 1850. 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 thai 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 BOlicitation of himself and others, I %vas induced to j purchase one bottle of WiSTAR'a Balsam or ! Wild Cherry, 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...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 April 1877
QA LADIES' FIXE CARDS, with nam.', OVr postpaid,loc. Columbia Card Co.,Vulatie,X .V GILHAMS GREEN OINTMENT, I7AOU all external diseases of tbe Horse, lias no . equal. For sale by Traders, Druggists and Hai-ness-tuskera. MAIN &amp; WINCHESTER, 211 and 210 Battery Street, San Francisco. I _ T OMMinaAl I&gt;EN- • TAL ROOMS, S3O Kearny St., Kr -.r:' J -i~ &lt; nt ai- Bush. Ethkk or Chloroform Plf*i&lt;j l A lady assistant in attendance. Okadi:atks only em- ~*-' ployed to operate. Artificial Limbs Manufactured by MK.N'ZO SPRING. l» Geary St., San Francisco. Send fur Circular. No Mewing Machine compierc without (lie CAIiIPOni»JIA BOARD MA Nl' FA( TU HEDbv Jo H N 11. MOON EY. No. 7 Trinity Street, near Montgomery, (Entrance from Sutter), San Francisco. Price SO cts. to Also, the California Bias Gauge, Price73c CQRA Bewtmt far an Incurable, case. Dr. J. P. Kit I.Kit. being sworn,says: I graduated in ' 1833. appointed to Professor's chair 1.5,"»9; have devoted...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 April 1877
RIXHESSE I&gt;l XAX(i. Introduced in America a s BED BLOOD! French Iron preparation, which, being easily assimilated to the system, gives to the blood that necessary quantity of red globules which constitutes the healthy vitality of the individual; in other words, if your Blood it Thin it will make it Rich. Under its Influence the appetite will be revived, the cheeks will gradually redden, the energies, moral and physical, will be strengthened, and consequently life made enjoyable. Price, 81.25. N. B.—lt dees not blacken the teeth. Ask your chemist for it, or apply direct to C. MELQUIOND, Agent for tbe U. States. 415 Sansome st, cor. Commercial, San Francisco. PAT EXT SMIXGI.E MACHINE. IROX WORKS. F. A. HUNTINGTON, &gt;"o*. IfSand 145 Fremont St., B*n Francis &gt;. MANI'KACTCRXR OK Shingle, Lath and Pic Lot Machines, Portable nnil Klationarj steam Enginev. Patent Open Nut and Lever Set Head Blocks, and Saw Mill Machinery of all kin.ls. OVERDIINT GREEK. KKTO a...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 April 1877
success of the San Francisco Chronicle (Daily and Weekly) is unparalleled in the history of journalism on this coast. It has the largest bona fide circulation. Its advertising patronage is greater than that of any other journal. It is the most popular paper. It has a potent influence, as shown by the many reforms of local abuses which its bold, persistent and able exposures have caused. It is the most brilliant, fearless, enterprising and complete newspaper printed on the Pacific Coast. It is the cheapest paper. It is a first-rate family paper. It is a first-rate story paper. It is a first-rate agricultural paper. It reports the fashions for the ladies and the markets for the men. Its Boys' and Girls' Department is a most attractive feature. Independent in everything, neutral in nothing. Always the friend and champion of the people. DAILY CHRONICLE. 56.70. WEEKLY, ONLY $2.50 ,-,.„ &lt;♦&gt; 1 WEEKLY CHRONICLE CLUB RATiIS: A Club or 5 at $2 25ayearearh Ml *5 ! * 0'«'»...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 April 1877
TRY BOWEN'STEAST POWDER ask Torn UKOCKR FOR IT. RICH v BEAUTIFUL. _ FARMERS, FARMERS* WIVES, SONS and DAUGHTERS, attention I Learn to beautify your HOMES aid CULTIVATE the SOIL to tho BEST ADVANTAGE and most ECONOMICALLY. FINEST and best GUIDES and CATALOGUES in the WORLD. Everyone having- a FARM or GARDEN should send a Postai-Card at one* for FREE descriptive CIRCULAR ; or 10c. for Illustrated Catalogue, 130 pages p o bo*. 3. K. BLISS &amp; SONS, N 5712. 34 Barclay St., New Yorto B.K..A.TV REMOVAL. "TXT J. PAVCiII, M. - »' • "•• I'iif removed ! I&lt;&gt;«Vl &lt; In.t Mrct't. Dts- ' ' -ascs of the Eyk ami Kak wSBg J »\, receive cpeclaJ attention. \rag*#f .'ty Medical and Swrpical treatt //T ment given in nil diseases. ~—- — f Mucli experience in Throat and Lang diseases. Elect roMagnetism .«&lt;•;', iifitfr«//y applied in diseases of the nervous system. To GeniUe t'rinury diseases much attention is given. .May he consulted by letter. Address W...
An Editor's View of Death. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 January 1879
An Editor's View of Death. The editor of the Gardiner (Me.) Journal has recently had a narrow escape from death, his horse running away as he hung in the wheel. He thus describes his sensations as follows: "Oh, can't some of my spirit friends do something to help me out of this scrape?" beseechingly I said or thought. It was a prayer not laid down in the books, and perhaps the form was not staid nor formal. Short as it was it did me good. I saw then crowds of spirits around^me —part of whom I knew. "I do not see what they can do," I thought, and as they seemed to hover round the front part of the wagon, and over the horse, I wondered how they kept up with him. Then I thought perhaps they'll take the old horse's strength away—but I couldn't see very clearly how they were to do this—for old Robin was a hard customer to 'dematerialize.' I probably should have lived but a few seconds longer. The reins had worn off upon the wheel just when my strength was all gone. Had I died, people wou...
How He Cured a Smoky Chimney. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 January 1879
How He Cured a Smoky Chimney. Yesterday, as a citizen of Woodward avenue was helping a tinsmith to elevate a smoke-jack to the roof of an addition on the windy side of the house, preparatory to hoisting it atop of a smoking chimney, an old man with a ragged bundle under his arm came along, halted, and soon became deeply interested. "That chimney smokes, don't it?" he finally inquired. "It's the worst one in town," replied the citizen. "And you wants to stop the nuisance, eh?" F ['Yes, I do." "And you think that smoke-jack will do it?" "I hope so." nQw, I kin stop that smoking I won't hurt the chimbly nor put up any smoke-jacks," continued the old man, as he laid down his bundle. "If you'll do it I'll give you five dollars," rejoined the citizen, who disliked the idea of disfiguring his chimney with the clumsy jack. "Kin I have the kitchen for five minutes?" asked the man. "Yes." The cook was instructed to vacate and the old man took possession. Removing the top of the stove he poure...