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Gilt-Edge Butter Maker [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 April 1880
Gilt-Edge Butter Maker Makes July, August and Winter butter equal to best June product. Grocers pay 3 to 5 cento a pound extra for butter made with this powder. Guaranteed harmless. Increast s production oto 10 per cent. Reduces time of churning oue-half. Sold by druggists, grocers and general storekeepere Send stamp for "Hints to Butter-Makers" Address, Butter Improvement Co., Buffalo,
The Doctors Yielding. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 April 1880
The Doctors Yielding. Ever since PioL Green wr*te to the Medical Record advising physicians everywhere louse thu Safe K.dney aud Liver Cure in their practice, it h a been gaining iv favoi with ibe profession. They can rind uothinu which is a substitute for it. R. Caulkius, M. D., of Rochester, N. V., says he would now orescribe it to all who are afflicted wilh serious kidney and liver diseases.
Dentistry. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 April 1880
Dentistry. Go to Dr. Cochrane, 850 Market street, Baß Francisco, if you want first-class work at low rates. Cochrane stands at the head ol his profession. A Favorablb Notoriety. — The good reputation of "JJrown's Bronchial Troches" for the relief of CougtH, Coids aad Tbroal Diseases has giveu taem a favorable notoriety. Ayer's Ague Cure is an infallible cure for Fever and Ague in all its forms. The proprietors warrant it. and their word is as good as aU. 8. bond. Try ic. S3O will buy 1000 fine cigars af J. W. Shaeffer &amp; Co.'a, 333 Sacramento St., 8. P. (No Drummers employed.)
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 April 1880
—TB rfTii llli IP if An Immediate aud Permaueiit Cure for Coughb Colds, Asthma, Brunch it in, Croup, Inhueuza, Catarrh, Loss of Voice, Incipient Consumption, and all Diseases of the Throat and Lungs. Ask for the California Pulmonary Balsam, and Take no ather. EgrSold hy all Druggists. P. N. P. Co. (New Series), No. 11. «aneer« a Myecialtv witnoat the kuire »r exr-ltlna; nam. Xrn. Dr. cook. x*4 Post atreet, San Francisco. OARLAND'S VEOSTABLE COUG 4 &gt; HOPS, THE U greateM known remedy .or all Thioal aud Lung Jomp .aluls. For sale hy ail Srugglst*. fVTational surgical Institute ( Westeru Division). 319 H Bash St.. s. f. Devoted to the treatment «f ;npple*. hues. Fistula, Ac. Send for circulars. Now the time to order lce-maalcg Ma- *' chine, or the coming se-son. IBTQS WOtAtin, ban Francisco. air* PAY.—Wifa Sten-ll Outfits. What roots 4 Klloctt. »cii* rapidly Tor SO cts. Catalogue free. *"o. It. ars.Ncas, 112 Vass'u St., Boston. Mass. HN Pflnif VITgTof Oak Tann&lt; dBP...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 April 1880
® CALVERT'S CARBOLIC SHEEP WASH »•« per trail**. T. W. JACKSOX, S«n Francisco, Sole Agent for the Pacific Coast. CURE FOR CANCER. Red Clover cures Cancer, Salt Ruenm, and all other bloo i diseases. For references and full particulars addres* W.C. Needham, sole agent for Pacific Coast, f. U box 422, San Jose. Cal. PRINTER'S PROOF PRESS, COMPLETE AND IK 0008 Wo It KINO ORDER, Per Sale by CARLOS WHITE, 320 Sansome St., - - - - San Francisco. FIRST-CLASS BOARDING HOUSE 600 BUSH ST., SAN FRANCISCO. Centrally located, commanding a uiHgiilfi tnt view of die cliy stiil bay. Ia eapt-eia.ly designed as a coinlortalile nome lor 1 'dies aud neutle i c i visiting tbe city iroin tli ■ interl &gt;r. No dark roo.-.is. lias a"d ruuniug »ater iv c .eh room. Board Nrat-clas* In every respect. MUS. CIiAMBttULAIN . OVERALLS BY MAIL. On receipt of price I w n S3iid the following (roods by mail, p .st ge prepaid Heavy Hue &lt; Ovc nils, 7u» ts. Miners' uvarai is, Si ud. Ciiev.ut Siurts, 55...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 April 1880
The Robertson Reduction Works For wetting rebellions ore* by the BOBKRT9dK P800E99. We. are now prepared to boy sulphurate, Ulurkl • and other rebellions GOLD AND SILVER Orsswhen they are rich enough to pay for shipment to 3»n FssncUoo. Ws win alio wotfc •set by the ton for parties who desire it. Assays m*d* ou Paa &lt;■ -I lass for $J.O». Send one yon-1 by mail, with the money, and we will return the result. A Wrens ROBERTSON REDUCTION WORKS, Office, 330 (Sansome Street, - Wan Francisco, Cal. CANNERS' AND SOAP MAKERS' Presses, Dies, Ac. Jewelers' Rolls and Special Machine Work of all Kinds. ST. A. KOKIU.VV, Xaaafactarsr, 7 rinst St.. Stan Kramclsee). IF 1 O JRj 1330. Subscribe ITow for the It Is 'he brightest, spiciest and most readable and Interesting weekly paner ou ihe coast. #4.00 per year or 85 cents per month. Rent post-paid &lt; n receipt of price. Sample copies free. Published every Saturdayby THS AKHI'N COSPtSY. «OS Kearny t*t..H*u eranclaco. estab zamMSmo ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 April 1880
A TejreUble preparation and the only ram remedy in the world for Bright* Piaraae, Dlnbetea, and ALL Kidney, Uttr and Urinary Plaeaa— tWTestimonia!* of tbs highest order In proof Of these statements. fWFor tbe rtire of Dlnbelen, call fwWarMere Bala Pin bet— Cure. BWFor the cure of Blight's and the other diseases, call ror Warner a ffbaCe Kid-ay and lArer Can. Safe Remedies are sold by Druggist* and Dealer* in Medicine everywhere. EH.WABKER&amp;CO.I Proprietors, Boebeetar, K.T. BWSenrt for Pamphlet and Testimonials. A«tc y-'ordrnttfrist Tor it. S.id by till wholesale rat gists in San Francises. Sacramento and Portlasd. Daily Stock Report PUBLISHED BT THE Stock: Report hWstttt Coipany W.M BUNKER, • • - A. C. HIESTER. DAILY STOCK REPORT Delivered io subscribers in tbe city at t per month Mail SubMrlbers, unu year, |U): six /■oottia, •»( three i.onths, $3. _______ WEEKLY STOCK REPORT, The great mining, financial and general newspaper of the Pacti.c Coast. Contains all the mlntne ...
Make Home Beautiful. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 April 1880
Make Home Beautiful. We know that the costly styles of architecture are not within* the means of the great mass of our farmers, but almost every one has it in his power, by the exercise of skillful taste, to contribute largely to the beauty of his 1 surroundings. It matters not so much what is used to beautify our homes, as how it is used. Now, if we should take the common plants and shrubs, and train them with skill and care, they will give as much pleasure to the eye as the more costly adornments. Little things of a rustic nature often please meat. One or two common English honey suckles, a woodbine or a clematis, planted near a doorway and trained over an arch, with a few pots of bright flowers underneath, will give a pleasing face to the most kumble cottage. Now, we believe that a home on the farm is capable of being made not only endurable but attractive to the young, and it is to the interest of all parties that this thing be done, for our children are growing up and will soon...
Resolve to Do Right. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 April 1880
Resolve to Do Right. Having resolved to do right—to turn your back upon a bad way of livingchoose the company who will aid you in your resolve. Go to some moral guide and ask for advice, or—that which oftentimes will be a great deal better than mere counsel—sympathy. Members of the same household may be of great service to each other in this matter. The things that husband and wife are loth to talk about to each other are things which are vital to their moral character. Many a man will go and talk to a stranger about his resolutions for reformation when he will not talk about them to his wife. And yet a goed counselor is a wise and prudent wife, as is also a faithful and affectionate husband. But if you have not such a companion near you, who has a right to be buttress to your feeble will or resolution, thero are those in the community in whom you can confide, aud to whom, if you mean business, you had better go. If your resolutions aro not firm, no one can help you. And remember th...
Song. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 April 1880
Song. Life is weariness sad drtariness, And all aslant the way The shadows lie of hopes gone 1 y And pleasures passed for aye. Life is weariness and dreariness, Thus sang i to my soul. And lonely years and blinding tears Are Memory's only dolp. Life is weariness and dreariuess, Till love came by one day, He stopped to hear my singing drear, And would not go away. Life is harmony and ecstasy ! I sing a bright new song, For lore makes whole the saddest soul, Oh love, stay with me long ! —Anne Hathaway, in Home Journal.
Our Foreign Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 April 1880
Our Foreign Letter. The Curious Modes of Travel Adopted in a Straxge Land. Tkere can be no doubt tbat foreign travel is one of tbe greatest educators in existence. It develops and broadens tbe mind as nothing else can do. It makes us realize that there are other places in the world—of course not as nice as Detroit—but infinitely superior to Chicago or Toledo. The expense of a foreign tour keeps very many from enjoying its advantages, but I think I can show how travel in strange lands can bo indulged in with a very moderate outlay. The other day a friend of mine told me how he came very near having an extended residence abroad at no cost to himself and family. It was in the year eighteen something or other, if I remember rightly, and Cabbage—that's my friend's name—had things all fixed up for his foreign tour —this trip that was not to cost anything, He had lived in Detroit thirty-two years that fall, had Cabbage, and never had the polishing influence of foreign travel, except three ...
Dakota Wheat Fields. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 April 1880
Dakota Wheat Fields. Of the four hundred million bushels of wheat produced in the United States, by far the largest portion is sown in the fall, ttnd is called winter grain. The varieties are conditioned by seil and climate, the latitude of Milwaukee marking iv general the northern boundary of winter wheat. The area suited for the production of wheat sown in the spring hitherto has been of limited extent, but there is an undeveloped section of the country so wide and far-reaching that it may be regarded as the great summer wheat field of the future Its rapabilities are so vast, and the insurance of produc tion so certain, that the millions of the Old World may ever think of it as a land that will supply them with bread. A traveler making the tonr of the St. Lawrence and its coanecting chain of lakes, landing at Duluth, and journeying west over the Northern Pacific Railroad tiro hundred miles, beyond the forest region of the Upper Missis sippi, will find himself on the eastern edge e...
Watch Your Birds. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 April 1880
Watch Your Birds. Keep a good watchful eye to your birds and for their comfort and well being, and they will amply repay you fur your care and attention. A careless or indifferent person in sure to lose, during the season, many a fine and valuable bird, and ofteu the breed is condemned as being so liable to sickness and disease as to be practically valueless, when the real biarns for the undesirable result should be attached tj the careless owner of the birds. Iv the fall of the year there is always more or less sickness amongst poultry, on account of the sudden changes in temperature, from warm to cold, and the prevalence of warm days and cold, damp evenings and nights. If the birds are not carefully housed and protected, they are apt to contract some of the disorders incident to poultry, and then the breeder has to pay for his neglect. Doctoring sick fowlß is generally very unsatisfactory, for it is too often the case that the sick bird dies before the remedies applied can be made...
Encounter With a Bear. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 April 1880
Encounter With a Bear. A planter in Louisiana, whose pigs were being lessened by a huge bear he could not capture, invited a party of hunters, with their dogs, to his aid. They came and found where a shoat hud been killed the night before. The dogs followed the trail to a. " hurri cane," that is, a wreck of trees made by the passage of a hurricane. The hunt is thus described: The bear had passed through, but we heard the dogs in full cry on a cane ridge not far away. We hurried after, and just as we reached the edge of the cane, the regular cry of the pack changed to the sharp, fierce yells which always indicate that the game has treed or ip. at bay. Unluckily bruin got sight of us before we saw him, and springing out into the air from the forks of a gum tree full forty feet high, he struck the ground, rebounding like a trap-ball. He gained his feet and loped off at a tremendous rate, with the dogs close behind nipping savagely at his rear, and with such effeot as soon to bring him ...
Wall Street, New York. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 April 1880
Wall Street, New York. Across the lslaud of New York, in 1685, v wall made of stone and earth, and cannon mounted, was built to keep off the savages. Along by that wall a street was laid out, and as the street followed the line of thy wall it was appropriately called Wall Street. It is narrow, it is short, it is unarchitectural, aud yet its history is unique. Excepting Lombard street, London, it is the mightiest street on this planet. There the government of the United States was born. There Washington held his levees. There Mrs. Adams and Caldwell and Knox and other brilliant women of the Revolution displayed their charms. There Witherspoon and Jonathan Edwards and George Whiteheld sometimes preached. There Dr. Mason chided Alexander Hamilton for writing the Constitution of the United States without any God in it. There negroes were sold in the slave mart. There criminals were harnessed to wheelbarrews and, like beasts of burden, compelled to draw, or were lashed through tho street...