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NEWS SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 2 July 1879
NEWS SUMMARY. Cholera is spreading in British India. Crops in all parts of France have bsen injured by recent rains. Two children were killed by lightning in New York city the other day. The Russian poll-tax established bj Peter the Great has been abolish-d. Patagonia l a* been ceded to the Argentine Republic by the Government of Chile. The anti-landlord agitation in the west of Ireland is causing some apprehension. Great distress is reported in tbe West of Ireland on account of the continued rains. The body of Prince Imperial Bonaparte, who was killed by the Zulus, will be conveyed to England for burial. The amount of bullion in the Bank of England on the 27th of June was £300,143,---525, the largest amount on record. The will of tbe late Prince Imperial of France contains no political allusion. The whole properly was left to bis mother. Albert Weber, tbe piano manufacturer, who died in New Yoik receutlv, leaves an estate valued at from $500,000 to $750,000. Distillers and wholesal...
SAN FRANCISCO MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 2 July 1879
SAN FRANCISCO MARKET FLOUR—For the year ending June 30th 1 receipts at this port aggregate about 2,500 &lt; 000 against 1,85 Vhkj last year and t 2,500,000 iv 1876-7. Exports for the year em- i brace 2,3J0,000 J£ sacks, against 1,800,000 last ! year, aud 2,25C,U00 in the previous one. The year closes on a well supplied, dull aud easy market. We quote, Superfine common, 13 75® $4 00; Superfine, $4 12&gt;£®$4 25; extra superfine, #4 37&gt;£®$4 50; choice and extra choice, #5 00 0(5 25; Oregon, good to choice, $4 75(3 §5 (O WHEAT—The Inward movement for the year ending July 3hk aggregates 10,250,000 centals, against about 5,000,000 last year and 11,000.000 in the one previous. Exports aggrega'e 10,0C0,000 cental*, against less than 4' U 1,000 for last year, and about 10,500,000 in lß7t&gt;-7. It is hard to say how much old crop U left in the State; probably not less than 1,000,0t0 centals. New crop is coming forward slowly, owing to the attention now pai...
The Vital Energies. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 2 July 1879
The Vital Energies. Vhen depressed by fatigue, bodily or mental, y exhausting diseases, or the influence of a ebilitating temperature, should be reinorced—physicians tell us—by some wholeome stimulant: and among those which lave been tested and administered by them, tone has received such hearty recommendaion as Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. It has &gt;een preferred by them from the fact that its pirituous basis, which is of the purest deeription, is modified by, and made the velicle for, the vegetable medicinal principles ncorporated with it. These latter render it :on«picuously serviceable in oases of general iebility, constipation, and other disorders of he bowel--; in dyspepsia,nervous affections, irinary and uterine ailments, rheumatism, ntermittent and remittent fevers, which it prevents as well as remedies; and iv liver complaint. A household stock of medicines :an scarcely be called complete wi'hout this nestimable medicine.
Steadily Winning. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 2 July 1879
Steadily Winning. we aouot v thero is a better weekly newspaper published anywhere in the United States than the San Francisco Weekly Chboxiols. It completely fulfills the most exactiug idea of what such a publication should be, when neither effort nor expense is spared to produce :t. Ably conducted, clearly printed, large in size, replete with news, aud containing something of interest for every imaginable class of readers, it is steadily winning its way to an immense circulation.
The New St. George Stables. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 2 July 1879
The New St. George Stables. The aew St. George Stables, on Bush street, just above Kearny, and next to the California Theater, will be open for inspection next Wednesday, the 25th of this month. This stable, for finish, light, convenience, and ventilation, is certainly surpassed by no stable in this country. Each stall has a separate ventilator; the runs are very flat and carpeted with heavy rubber; the box stalls are made after the most improved plans; the carriage rooms are perfect, having a private street the length of the building twenty feet wide, which gives the advantage of light and fresh air; the harness-room, office and waiting-room are highly finished with black waluut and white cedar. The building has been built by S. H. Beyiuon, aud superintended by the lessee, Mr. A. B. Butler, who has had experience in the largest stables iv the East. Mr. Butler will ghe this magnificent stable his personal attention, and with the assistance of his foreman, Mr. John Murphy, late of th...
WOOD TAG. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 2 July 1879
WOOD TAG. that's our name. We are a cigar, lately out —a real novelty. Our weed t*g makes us burn straight. Every smoker trying us becomes our friend. We are very handsome, of elegant color, finish and workmanship. There s nothing like us in all these broad United States. We are put up in an elegant, artistic and unique box. In your next order to your jobber please send for a sample hundred or thousand of us, and we'll guarantee you'll be astonished at the trade we bring. We ta'k loudly, but that is because we are anxious to help you make money and 6ee your cigar trade hum as it never hummed before. Remember, we're WOOD TAG, and every San Francisco cigar jobber would be delighted to fill orders lor us. Don't let your neUubor get in ahead, because we want YOU to have the credit and profit of lirsi introducing us. So act at once. 41rj and 41* Front St., San Francisco. WELL MAN, PECK &amp; CO.
Physicians. Duuggists and the Ruptured! [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 2 July 1879
Physicians. Duuggists and the Ruptured! The I-X-L Elastic Truss Co. desires to call your attention to the most positive retainer, combining comfort and ease, for rupture or hernia ever before the profession, patented March 11, 16i9. It is the only Truss made which has an adjustable pad and positive position. The harness is worn above the hips and an extra belt supports the truss, insuring comfort and eaee to the wearer. Price fti.OU, with full guarantee. Elastic truss belts from 50 cts. to $1.00, according to length. Trade supplied. 1-X-L Elastic Truss Co.. 605 Sacramento St.. S. F.
Mechanics' Institute Fair [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 2 July 1879
Mechanics' Institute Fair We desire to call the attention of our readers to the fact that the Mechanics' Institute Fair will open in San Francioco on Tuesday, August sth, and that those desirou* of entering goods for exhibition should make application for space at once. Any information desired will be furnished by addressing J. H. Culver, No. 27 Post St., S. F.
J. W. SHAEFFER & CO.'S GREEN SEAL [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 2 July 1879
J. W. SHAEFFER &amp; CO.'S GREEN SEAL CIGARS are guaranteed to be made of the finest Havana Tobacco. 323 Sacramento st., 8.F. Fob the best Photographs and lowest prices, go to Win. Shew. 115 Kearny St., San Franciaco. J. F. HILL, manufacturer of Carriages, Boggier Express, Thorough Brace and Quartz Wagons. Corner J and 13th Sta, P. O. box 288, Sacramento. Cal. All Photograph* made at the New Tori Gallery, No. as Third St.,S. F., are guaranteed to be first-class. Price* io init the times. J. H. Pstbks. Proprietor.
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 2 July 1879
The Best Spring Medicine and Beautifier of tbe Complexion in use. Cures Pimples,', Boils, Blotches, Neuralgia, Scrofula, Gout, Rheumatic and Mercurial Pains, and all Diseases arising from a disordered state of the Blood or Liver. SOLD BY ALL DBUCHHST3. P. N. P. Co. (New Series), No. 70 MONTGOMERY'S TEMPERANCE HOTEL, *»7 Second st., San Francisco. 4 meal tickets. Si. RS. K. W. LENNETT, MEDIUM AND IXDEpendent slate-writer. 817 Bush Sr., San Francisco; just lrom the East. Hoars, 10 a. m. to 9p. m. Dr. Spinney &amp; Co., 11 Kearny *»f.. San Francl?co. There are many men irom thirty to sixty years of age suuering from general prostration ana a weakening of the fystem which they caa not account for. Dr. opincey will guarantee a perf cf core in all anch esses and a complete restoration o 1 tne physical and nervous powers Call or address.-1 boots.
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 2 July 1879
THE HISTORY OF THE PONDER PARTY. A TRAGEDY OF THE SIERRAS. 3y C. F. 3Tc&lt;Jlathan. AOKVTH WASTKD. Send $2.00 for Sample Coj&gt;y io crow.c/ &amp; MeGlashan, Publishers, Truckee, California. Collegiate Institute. The 19th Session begins JtTy 30, 1879. A. LASHER, A. St., PBIXCIPAI.. $110 811 MARKET ST. ...... rv*»w ¥ » w Srar *"uurtli. ». sr. IJOI. Aiming from a large sise PHOTOORAPH picture 10 trame, down to ... r „ w card else for $I.U). Our «im hALiitni. itopUase. irrrS" J. Geo. Hucks. Prop. r^\S $1,00 B. F. Howland, Op r. »i.UU ITORTABLE MILLS And rREWCM RCRR Milt STOSES, Farmers' Svall Feed Mills, and all styles of Mill" for farming purposes and general mill furnishing and machinery. Addrass, " JOS. W.4BXKR A CO., 105 and 107 Mission Sr.. S. F. CALIFORNIA SACK HOLDER. The best thing yet. 8 yes the labor of one re an. L'lfcts a life-iime. Kvery farm and mill should have ols. Send f&gt;r circulars and price li«t. 11. M. COVKKT, «i&gt;«eral A...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 2 July 1879
If your wife is in the habit of It ia an old proverb that an using cosmetics of any kind, advise ounce of preventive is better than a her to give up the pernicious prac- poun d Q f cure. Twenty-five cents tice, as the most harmless face mvested in a cako 0 f PHOSPHATE powders obstruct the pores of the skin and sooner or later injure the SOAP will save hundreds of dollars complexion, while PHOSPHATE in doctors' bills. It acts as a conSOAP removes all impurities and stant dismfectant preventing Salt assists nature in developing a nat- and a hundred other skin ural, healthy and really beautiful diseases. —_ skin. If your wife will persist in the use No salve7r ointment can heal a of cosmetics buy her a cake of wound or sore of any kind. Every PHOSPHATE SOAP and tell her educated physician will tell you touse itevery night beforereUring that nature alone can do this. In that way much of the harm will SOAP bvits be avoided, as the skm will thereby PHOSPHATE SOAP by its fe We tQ retain mu...
Frugal Habits. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 19 February 1880
Frugal Habits. He who knows how to save has learned a valuable lesson. A boy who saves ten dollars a year out of a very meager salary acquires a habit of takiug care of his money which will be of the utmost value to him. Tbe reason why working men a* a cl iss do not get ahead faster, are not more independent, is that they have never 1 arued to save their earnings. It does not matrer a great deal whether a umn receives a salary &lt;/f two dollars v day or three dollars, ho that there is nothiug left on Saturday, n-ghi be will not get rich very rapidly. Ho will never have much ahead. But the individual who receives h dollar a day ami is able to save ten cents, is laying up something for a rainy day. Youug people who expect to labor with their hands for what they may have of this world's goods, who have no ambition or wish to become professional men, office-holders, or (•peculators, should by ail meaus acquire habits of economy, learn to save. So surely as they do this, so sure...