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Livermore Distict School Report. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 January 1879

Livermore Distict School Report. Following is the report of the Livermore District School, for the five months' term just completed, whole number of days attendance. 13,283; whole number of days absence, 1.331; whole number of tardiness, 700; whole number of boys enrolled, 109; whole number of girls enrolled, 112; total number strolled, 221---average number belonging, 147; average daily attendance, 134; per Rentage of attendance on average numbeff>e/onging.9o, E C Kilpatrick,principal.

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Real Estate. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 January 1879

Real Estate. J. Blondin to U. Zimmermanv Ito acres section 12 township 2 south rani 3 east Murray. M Johnson to J 8 Johnson, blocjF and portion of D and M, Pleasanton, fH)O J H Nevis to V J Barges, lot portion of 14, P'easantou. $120

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BORN. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 January 1879

BORN. Mally- -At Livermore, Dec Jto the wife of F Mally, a son Ludwio—At Pleasanton. Decemlr 29, 1878, to the wife of Wm Ludwig, a hughter. 1. McGi.ashan — Near Livermoi, on Christmas morning. December 25, t to the wife of Robert McGlashan, a sot ! They all TAKe it.—When the sjstem is run down to that extent that L-oif pass leepless nights, are nervous and irritable have gloomy forebodings, sourWtouiach, sick headache and coated tongue, do not enroll yourselt as high privalej in the rear ranks, udier General Deblitv, but cheer up and try White's PrairU Flower, The Great Liver Panacea, now fir sale in every city and town on the Cbntinent. No medicfhe ever compounded is half as good for the cure of Despepsia & Liver Tomplaint. It has a specific powenover the liver, and by curing the Liver, Dyipepsm, and all diseases arising from it,; vanish as if by magic. Sample bottle* are sold at the small price ot 25 cents that will convince you of 'ts merit, barge sized bottles 75 cen...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 January 1879

NOTICE TO PHYSICIANS. PURSUANT TO AN OKDEK PASSED tiY the Board of Supervisors of Alameda Conn r, December 33. 1378, public notice is hereof P ve n, that sealed proposals will be received oy the undersigned up to 13 o'clock noon on Monda». January 6. 1879. for the fnrnishing of medical attendance aud medicines to the prisonera confii»«!i m the County Jail of said county. The contra** will be let for one year, aud each bidder mu> i state in hie bid the amount in the aggregate m 1 which he will fnrnish such medical attendant! including medicines, for one year; one-twelfth of the sum bid will be audited and allowed on er ! about the first of each month. l t» e socceesfo: bidder to enter into a contract aud file a bond i* the sum of $1,000 for the faituful performance of his duties, and to be subjeaA to removal for cane* at any time, in which event* the contract will be terminated. j The Board reaervea the right to rewsct any or all bids that may be presented. Claims accruing...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 January 1879

For Sale. The "Farmers' Hotel." at Pleasanton. Also, a number of business aud building lots, a good dwelling house, with outbuildings, and large lot, in said town. Terras easy. For description, address John W. Kottihgeb, Pleasanton oc2B 3m Notice ! I the undersigned, hereby cant ion all parties to. Irom this date, trust no perseus on my account, as I shall pay bills except of my own contracting. M. CASEY. June slh, 1878. 2 mo LOCAL NOTICES. Toys! * Toys! Toys! * Toys! Toys! Toys! * Toysf Toys! Toys! Toys! * Where ? ~ *~ Why, at Mally's !!!!!!! * Buy toys at Mally's, and tickle the little folks! Mally's stock of holiday goods is the largest ever brought into this Valley. Everything in the way of Christmas presents, at Mally's, from an elegant photograph or autograph album, or a cabinet desk, down to a penny whistle. * Toys at Malley's Fred Mally invites all his friends to call in and see him in his uew stationerystore. * Horton & Kennedy's pumps are the best. Buy uo rth"-...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 January 1879

FIRE IKSURAKCE EXCLUSIVELY! ALAMEDA COUNTY BRANCH — or THE — 1 <J?KjSS* OF CALIFORNIA. 928 and 924 BROADWAY, OAKLAND. (Union Bank Buildwg.) A FEW OF THE MANY REASONS WHY l\ this sterling Company is entitled to the pa•A *- tronage of Alameda and Contra Coal a property owners. 1. —Because the Home Mutual is purely a California Company, confining it,« business to tae Pacific Coast. 2. —Because over 1000 shares of the Company's stock is held by prominent residents ot Alameda County. « 3. —Because the premiums received throngb this Branch of the Home Mutual are retained and invented iv Alameda County. 4. -Because the affairs of Alameda County Branch are under the direction of a Board of Trustees well and favorably known throughout Alameda and Contra Costa Counties as' geutlumau of stamina aud thoroughbusiness accomplishments. 5. —Because policies are issued direct from the Oakland office, without reference to Son Francisco, thus making the insurance binding upon application. 6...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 January 1879

LIVERMORE COLJ.KGB, J. D, Smith, - • Principal, Livermore California, G. BENTON JARRETT, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SUJiCiBON, omcM : OPPOSITE ODD FltLOWl' lilk LIVERMORE. CALCURTIS 11. LINDLEY, Y v Attorney at Law, and Notary Pubiie, LIVERMORE, CALLF ORJOA. deeply J. R. PALMER, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, — Ai>_( NOiARi PU3IC, PLEASANT >X, ALAMEDA CO., CAL. Prom pi attention given to the preparation of legal papers. M. P. H. LOVE, * Attorney at Law, and Notan Public. ; Oepick : Livermore are., opp. Brick Block LIVERMORE, CAL. HORTON & KENNEDY, Managers for the Pacific Coast for the man ufacturers of Enterprise SelfReg ulatintj li intimitis Perkins Patent; Enterprise Feed Mill*. Pumps, Cultivators, etc., etc., etc. General Oilice and supplies, Livermore Alameda county, Cal. [P. O Bex 125. R. W. GRAHAM, Justice of (lie Peace and Con veyaucer. Special Attention paid to Real Estate Transaction, and Electing. Agent for the Royal, of Liverpool, anft Norwic...

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SAN FRANCISCO ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 January 1879

SAN FRANCISCO ITEMS. The French Bank will be opened again for business in a few days. There were 170 persons arrested on Christmas day for drunkenness. A. C. Heister, the President of the Board of Education, is seriously ill. The amount of customs dues paid at this port last week was $146,457. There were 336 through emigrants arrived by rail last week from the East. W. H. Tillinghast has assumed the Presidency of the Bank of British Columbia. The average weekly suicide list of this city, of four, was increased to six last week. The Free Labor Exchange last week found employment for 21 men and 14 women. George Smith, of Capp street, was run over by a Mission-street car, and seriously injured, last week. There were 299 Chinese took their departure '>n board/the steamship City of Sydney last the Sandwich Islands. The suit of P. Hinkle against T. J. Monahan .or infringement cf patent has been dismissed in the United States Circuit Court. The San Francisco Benevolent Associati...

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NEWS SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 January 1879

NEWS SUMMARY. Admiral Hoff is dead. The Canada Parliament Is prorogued until Feb. 8. General Grant was at Dublin, Ireland, on Jan. 3. Colonel Fred Grant is to join his father in Europe. The Austrian Consul at New Orleans has committed suicide. No appointment to succeed Bayard Taylor will be made till Congress reconvenes. There is great distress among coal miners in the Scranton district, Pennsylvania. It is reported that Senator Bayard will be a candidate for presidential nomination. A great fire raged all Christmas day in Hong Kong, China. The loss is very great. Most of the Nihilist students recently arrested at St. Petersburg have been released. Great distress prevails in Switzerland. There are 6.004 unemployed persons in Geneva. The court house at Maysville, Mo., was burned last week and all the records destroyed. Six more illicit distilleries in Tennessee have been destroyed and twenty more men captured. The office of the New York Catholic World and the Young Catholic was destr...

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SAN FRANCISCO MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 January 1879

SAN FRANCISCO MARKET. FLOUR-Receipts for the week aggregate small, 29,701 % sacks against 62,947 last week. The export movement is very small, 21J568 %i sacks against 49,136 in the previous week. At the moment there is little or no inquiry from shippers. The local demand is dull also. Prices are unchanged. Receipts from Oregon are much smaller. We quote.Superflne coramon,t4 12%05425; Superfine, *4 373*0*4 50; extra superfine, $462%@5475; choice and extra choice, $s<x> @$5 50; Oregon, good to choice, $4 7o j, 15 12%. WHEAT—The exports for six months ending Dec. 31st aggregate nearly centals, against last year, and in 1876. At th i close of the present month adu!l market at a decline iv Liverpool discouraged shippers more than ever. There was more disposition ou the part of holders to let go, but buyers demanded too large concessions. Business was therefore small. There are now less than a score of ships loading and most of these on owners' account, which is the ...

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Something for the New Year. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 January 1879

Something f or the New Year. The world rlfljlowne,} 6ucceBB Q f Hostetter's Bitters, and continued popularity for a quarter of a c#jfftury as a stomachic, is scarcely more won-Jerful than the welcome that greets the annual appearance of Hostetter's Almanac. This valuable medicinal treatise is published by Hostetter & Smith, Pittsburgh, Pa., under their own immediate supervision, employing 80 hands in that department. Ten cylinder printing presses, 8 folding machines, 5 job presses, <fee., are running about eleven months iv the year on this work, and the issue of same forlS?9 will not be less than ton millions, printed in the English, German, French, Welsh, Norwegian, Swedish, Holland, Bohemian and Spanish languages. Refer to a copy of it for valuable and interesting reading concerning health, and numerous testimonials as to the efficacy of Hostetter's Bitters, amusement, varied information, astronomical calculations and chronological items, which can be deTK»n...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 January 1879

NEW SCIENTIFkTbOOKS.Send sc. (stamps) lor 83 p. cataii'ga*F. Kappy Bridgeport, Ct. SCARCE COOtS, Books, Photos, Ac. Sample & Catalogue, & Paris Book Co. Chicago, 111. 1 1 MONTGOMERY'S TEMPERANCE HOTEL, »27 Second St., San Fanci«3c. 6 meal tickets, VI. CROSSETT $H DEXTIST Wo. 10 Third Street Wan Frnnciaco. P nChromo,Snowflake,& lace Cards, with name 10c DUGanie Authors'lSc. & Co.Clintonville, Ct. POLAND CHHiiAPm^ low, by A. J. Twogood, Kivirside Cal. nrCHROMO CARDS, .kc.Ouplds Mottoes, Flower! tO No two alike, with, name 10 cts. NASSAU CARD CO., Nassau, N. Y. AOmTtt w i" save itoney ly sending for our HUCH I W Reduced pflce list, just oat. SPENCE & LU.. 24 Geary St.. Saij Francisco. VAN STAN S Stratenaj or London Cement. Best in the world. Trade luppliud. Saddles & Co., ■agents, lia Post St., S. FJ ninPA V.—With Stenfcil Outfits. What costs 4 cts KlKsells rapidly for 50 its. Catalogue free. SM mimspbnckr, u2 Wash...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 January 1879

B. H. & CO. SPECIAL. INDUCEMENTS. To all purchasers of Holiday Goods. Our large stock Is complete in every department, and we invite the attention of CLOSE buyers to an elegant assortment of Illustrated and Presentation Books, JUVENILES AND TOY BOOKS, Foreign aud Domestic Stationery, —AND— STATIONERS FANCY GOODS. AGENTS FOR NATIONAL SCHOOL FURNITURE CO.'S School Desks and Apparatus, Books sent post paid on receipt of published price in currency or stamps. aIMCW, HARBOURNE A CO., Booksellers and Stationers, 3 and 5 Montgomery St., San Francisco. CALVERT'S CARBOLIC SHEEP WASH $2 per gallon. T. W. JACKSON, San Francisco. Sole Agent for the Pacific Coast. HORSE SHOE POUND CROSS BARRED. The finest chew in the Market. We furnish ONE FINE TOBACCO CUTthe first 63 lb box to each of our customers. on & Horn, 327 and 329 Front St., S. F. o. (New Series), No. 44. WILL CURE THAT COUGH. Your Druggist has it. INTERNATIONAL HOTEL, 826 Kearny St., San Franclaco. 5O and $2 00 ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 January 1879

REMOVAL. The office of Pacific Newspaper Publishing Co., Carlos White, Proprietor, has been moved from Market St.. to Room 6, left wing of Halleck Block Entrance at 320 Sansome St., by the elevator or stairs adjoining Wells. Fargo & Co., also at 419 Sacramento St. NEWSPAPER OFFICES Bought and sold without any commission. I consider it of enough advantage to my business to give any information free (on receipt of stamp) which may bring buyers and sellers together. Information solicited in regard to enterprises for starting new papers. jyoutsides, Insldes Supplements, Ac , furnished at a smalladvance on the price of blank paper. Call as above, or address CARLOS WHITE, P. O. Box 2271, San Francisco. f WiththisSAW HOKSe\ [ I can saw more saw I logs or cord, woo^than^^^^^^ This SAW MACHINE is a wonderful invention. The weight of the man who is sawing does one-half of the work. It saws logs of any size, and will saw oft' a 2 foot log in 2 minutes. Circulars free. Address, A. J...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 January 1879

TO THEPIIBLIC, OFFICE OF CQMMERCUL ADVOCATE, 526 MONTGOMERY ST., San Francisco, Cal. We, whose signatures are attached hereto, wish to state that the Publisher and Proprietor of the COMMERCIAL ADVOCATE, or his representatives, will call on you for your subscription, or such other assistance as you may contribute to said paper, which has always been on the side of law and order iv ita advocacy of the LABOR QUESTION. It is the first paper that came out boldly against the Agrarian and Communistic agitators; and in the «ble and firm mauner iv which it has openly met this subject, is entitled to the support of the citizens of San Francisco aud the Pacific Coast. SIGNED. Wm. T. Coleman, of Wm. T. Coleman Co., cor. California and Frout. (Ship ping and Commission Merchants.) J. C. Dempster, of Dempster & Keys, 109 California street, San Francisco. (Shipping and Commission Merchants.) Hyneman & Co., 5 S insome street. San Francisco. (Importers and Dry Goods Merchants....

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 2 July 1879

THE LIVERMORE HERALD. VOL. V. LIVERMORE, ALAMEDA COUNTY, CAL., WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1879. NO. 23.

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What Every House Needs. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 2 July 1879

What Every House Needs. One of the worst faults of our very faulty modern architecture, as applied to houses, is found in the fact that architects do not take into their plans the possibilities of sickness in the family. No house is properly constructed that has not in it a room or rooms expressly designed for the accommodation of the sick and the infirm. This room should have a warm sunny exposure. The window light should be ample and command the widest possible view. The next essential is a good liberal lire-place. By the warmth which it generates, a; d facilities for ventilation, the whole room ia kept wholesome and pure. Not only so, but a slowly burning fire with its lights and shades, its rising sparks and glowing brands, its curling and many-colored smoke, and its cbangeful embers, furnishes ceaseless diversion to the siok one who lies watching it. Nothing is more soothing and quieting than the influence which subtly steals over the senses of one who gazes dreamily into the g...

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In School Days. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 2 July 1879

In School Days. J. G. WHITTIER. Still sits tbe sohool-hoaae by th* read A ragged beggar sunning; Around it still tbe sumachs grew, And blackberry Tinea are running. Within the master's desk is seen, Deep scarred by raps official; The warping floor, the battered seats, Tha jaek-knive's carved initial. Tbe cbareoal frescoes on its wall; Iv door's worn sill, betraying The feet that, creeping slow to school, Went storming oat to playing I Long years ago, a winter sou Shone over it ai setting; Lit up i ts western window-panes, And low eaves icy fretting. It touched the tangled golden'curls, And brown eyes full of grieving, Of one who still her steps delayed When all the school were leaving. For near bar stood the little boy Her childish favor singled; His cap pulled low upon a face Where pride and shame were mingled. Pushing with restless feet the snow To right and left, be lingered; As restlessly her tiny hands The blue-checked apron Angered. Me saw her lift her eyes; be felt Tlie soft ...

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