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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 April 1880

"Became Sound and Well." HATCHER'S STATIOX, Oa. R. V. Pibrck, M. D.: Bear Sir —My wife, who had been ill for over two years, and bad tried many other medicines, became sound and well by using your Fayorite Prescription. My niece was also cured by its use, after several physicians had failed to do her any good. Yours truly THOMAS J. METHVIN. 14 Best of all " BALTIMORE, Md., MarchSth, 18T9. Dr. K. V. Pierce, : Bear Sir —My family have used your Favorite Prescription and it has done all tbat is claimed for it. It is the best of all preparations for women complaints. 1 recommend it to all families. G. S. WATERMAN, Druggist. Mm SpICRI dfrnnUiTilliiß An M Permanent Cure for Coughs Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis, Croup, Influenza, Catarrh, Loss of Voice, Incipient Consumption, and all Diseases of the Throat and Lungs. Ask for the California Pulmonary Balsam, and Take no other. by all Druggists. P. N. P. Co. (New Beries), No. 11L. tfaneem a (specialty without the knife or exciting pain. Mrs. Or....

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 April 1880

® CALVERT'S CARBOLIC SHEEP WASH SS per gallon. T.W.JACKSON, San Francisco, Sole Agent for the Pacific Coast. FIRST-CLASS BOARDING HOUSE 600 BUSH ST., SAN FRANCISCO. Centrally located, commanding a magnificent view of tlie city aud bay. Is esDeeiaily designed as a comlortaMe home tor ladles and gentlemen visiting the city lroin the interior. No dark rooais. Uas and running water in each room. Board tlrst-class in every respect. MRS. CHAMBERLAIN. GOLDEN GATE HOTEL, No. 13-4 Fourth street, Bet. Mission and Howard, - - - - San Francisco. lIKMIV DBUKKKY, Frop'r. 'PUK BEST AND CUEAPEST MECHANICS' JL Boarding House in this City. Two line* of cars pass tne door. Th"item to cut out. That the Stewart Hrwlng Machine embodies all the advantages of the leading machines aud has many distinct improvement* of its own. Satisfaction guaranteed In all cases or inouey refunded . eallorse'id for circular at our new office. 111 Sutter St., S. F. H. U. Josselyn & Co., Agents for Paciilc Coast....

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 April 1880

STAMP CABINET. JUST THE Till Mi For Linen Marking, Etc. This cut represents a facsimile of tbe Cabinet consists of fourteen articles, as follows: _ PRICE, $2.00. Every man. woman and child should have oae of these Cabinet*, as U , I " om . e ß t J'\ n l f_ enr r e , l Vr'nilM useful, neat, clean and compact. Ifjudlclon.ly used, it will do all T°ur Llnea not & etc., for year*. Tbe Indelible Ink la manufactured expressly for this Cab net. and is tea noi ™ gam up the Stamps or wash out. The Pads, when saturated with ink f9 impressions each. Below we give a few samples of sur styles of letters, any other styie 01 ie«er »«"~ No. 2. N °' 4iv BUSINESS STAMPS FROM $3.00 TO $5.00, According to Size, Style, &c. In ordering, give the number *f the style of letter desired, if any other style Is wanted, inclose a **«■{!* witb the order. These Cabinets will be seat t* any address la the United Srates on receipt of pr'oe. in postage stamps or currency, charges prepaid. Addr...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 13 May 1880

THE LIVERMOUE HERALD. IUSTIDIEIE* ZEZETDIEilLsrT I35T THIUO-S. IIS" J5TOTi3:i3SrC3-. VOL. VII. LIVERMORE, ALAMEDA COUNTY. CAL., THURSDAY, MAY 13. 1880. NO. 16.

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Feeding Bees. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 13 May 1880

Feeding Bees. The best substitute for honey that can be found for feeding bees is sugar Melted down inte candy. The bees take no more than is necessary to sustain life, yet will never starve while they have it within easy access. Various opinions as to what bees ought to be fed on are before the public. Different persons have different notions on the subject—all, perhaps, good enough; besides the above, another, which is very good, is rye meal. In some sections it is a great help to bees to feed them on this article before the first pollen-yielding flowers come. There is often found a great deficieiicy of beebread iv a majority of hives in the spring, and here the advantages of feeding ou rye ni<-al oan hardly be overestimated. As soon as the bees fly freely in the spring, put the meal ia shallow boxes or troughs a short distance from the apiary, and attract the bees to them by pieces of empty comb laid near by. Tbey soon learn the way to it, and take it eagerly until flo...

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Constant. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 13 May 1880

Constant. ! I know BOt if you ever think of me [ As onward roll the days, ' I know not what your preseat life may be In all its varied ways. | Our lives are parted, woe Is me, how wide! And fate his worked her will I Bat thin I know : though years and c.' ange divide, I know I love you still. What can one do to ease the wearieg woe Of hopeless, hopeless love? Defiant iuto life's wild turmoil go? Or pine like a wounded dove? It matters not—the wound is eating still, Though long tk*> years go by ; The h&art'a true love you cannot tver kill, Though voiceless it may lie. I know you never loved me, though my heart Was yours had yours been mine; And I have had to learn the weary part To bear and make no sign. What lif** had been had we not parted so. Nor sweet love fared so ill, I dare not think; but, spite of all, I know, I know I love you still.

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A Year in Uruguay. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 13 May 1880

A Year in Uruguay. Towards the last of September there is always in Uruguay a three or four days' temporal, or tempest, called " the Santa Rosa storm," because it ordinarily begins on that saint's day. It answers to our " line storm " at home. j-S Lit the Santa Rosa temporal last September was more severe than anything I ever witnessed in the way of September gales at home. It began one afternoon with a tisunder-storm. "Liz"and I had been to attend a " rodeo," or separation of mixed bheep belonging to different flocks, at a ranch five or six leagues up the river. Thirty or forty sheep from one of our flocks had strayed off several days previously, and M thought they might have gone that way. Biding homeward about two o'clock p. ii., we had stopped to watch a flock of caidnchos (water-hogs) feeding among some reeds on the bans: of an arroyo, or creek, when we suddenly heard it thunder off in the southwest. 44 El temporal! " Liz exclaimed. 44 Vamonosl' ' (Hurry up); and be put spurs t...

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Anarchy and Famine in Turkey. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 13 May 1880

Anarchy and Famine in Turkey. Reports from various parts of the Ottoman Empire tell of an almost hopeless condition of oonfusion and dilapidation. The consuls at Salonica have informed the ambassadors at Constantinople that, except in the immediate neighborhood of the towns, that whole region is dominated by brigands. Thirteen distinct bands are enumerated comprising in all about one hundred and fifty men—Greeks, Wallachs, Bulgarians, Albanians and Turkish deserters. They levy blackmail upon Mussulmans and Christians indiscriminately. Appalling accounts oontinue to come from Armenia and Kurdistan. The famine extends over an area of a hundred thousand square miles. Five months must pass before another harvest can bring relief. An appeal for help has been published in Londen, signed by the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Marquis of Salisbury, the Earl of Shaftesbury, and a number of other prominent gentlemen. The troubles between the Greeks and Bulgarians in Eastern Boumelia have become...

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Testing Tea. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 13 May 1880

Testing Tea. It is well known that the quality of tea is judged by experts who taste it after infusion. In an office intended for the purpose there are large tables with round revolving tops. A circle of teacups is placed along the edge of these. The tea-taster sits down before the display of crockery and tastes one cup after another moving the table-top around. In the center of the table is a pair of scales with a silver half-dime in one of the balances. One or two large kettles are kept constantly with boiling water in them. When a sample of tea is to be tasted, as mnch is weighed out as will balance the halfdime. This is put into a teacup and the boiliDg water poured on. The teataster then stirs up the leaves, lifts them on his spoon, and inhales the aroma. At the same time he generally takes a sip of the infusion, holds it in his mouth for a short time, and then spits it out. Enormous brass ouspadores, holding two or three gallons, receive the tea thus tasted and the contents of...

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Kitchen Dangers. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 13 May 1880

Kitchen Dangers. Added to the dangers connected with the use of the flesh of animals killed in an improper condition and at im- proper times, (when in a state, from fright, hunger, thirst, JTS., from Jong jeurneys,) are still mo/ formidable ones arising from the various diseases of modern times, while so many of the stock may have been kept in cold and uncomfortable stables, or still worse, as in many parts of the extreme west, with no stables, with iusnflcient or improper food, it is not strange that cattle, like human beings, have been the viotims of various forms of disease. Among the worst forms of tuese abases are the mere garbage given to hogß, the putrid "orts" of the kitchen, tv« mouldy bread, the decayed vegetables, and worse than decayed meats, scraps, eto., all considered good enough for that prince of scavengers, the hog. While it may be true that hogs eagerly and naturally devour the filth that might otherwise contaminate animals higher in the scale, it does not follow ...

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A Young Elephant Noted for His Sagacity and Tricks. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 13 May 1880

A Young Elephant Noted for His Sagacity and Tricks. The baby, like all distinguished personages who are ranch sought after, was not to be seen on Saturday. It did not appear in the parade. Neither did Hebe, its mother. Both had been left up at the stables at Twenty-third street and Bidge avenue, and another old elephant had been left with the mother and her baby for a reason thus explained yesterday by Mr. Arstingstail, the elephant keeper : "You see," said Mr. A., "we had to leave one of the old elephants along with the mother for company. She woald have pined herself to-death almost if she h*d been left alone. A* itjis, she did not eat anything after the other elephants had been takes away. After the parade we took them up there again, and will keep them there till Monday morning, so that she may have company. They will all be brought down together, then, Hebe and her baby included " The elephaut which distinguished itself under Cooper <fc Bailey's canvass on Saturday, ...

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Feeding the Harvard Boys. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 13 May 1880

Feeding the Harvard Boys. The Dining Association has ninety employes besides its steward. A ten-horse-power engine, burning two tons of coal per day, heats the building and supplies steam for the oooking and baking, but wheu Sanders' Theater is heated, a third ton of coal is required. The great soup kettle holds 220galloas, and is said to be the largest kettle ever cast ia this country. Ouly 110 gallon* of soup, however, are required for the daily dinner. The oatmeal kettle holds forty-five gallons, and that for cracked wheat twenty gallons; but not quite, although very nearly, this amount is consumed daily. The great range, twenty-five feefc long, contains four ovens, and does all the frying, heating plates, etc. There are seven kettles for boiling meats and five for vegetables, and none of them of very small size, while the great charcoal grate will easily broil steak for 650 men. Bat the most astounding parts of the culinary arrangements are the two great ovens, one for baking me...

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Curious Facts. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 13 May 1880

Curious Facts. Serpents are said to obey the voice of their master. trumpet-bird of America follows its owner like a spaniel, and the jacana acts as a guard to poultry, proteoting them in tbe fields all day from birds of prey, and escorting them home at night. In the Shetland Isles there is a gull which defends the flock from eagles; it is therefore regarded as the privileged bird. The chamois, bounding over the mountain, are indebted for their safety in no small degree to a species of pheasants. The bird acts as a sentinel; for as soon as it gets sight of a man, it whistles, upon which the chamois, knowing the hunters to be near, sets off at full speed. The artifices which partridges and plovers employ to delude their enemies from the nest of their young, may be referred to as a case in point, as well as the adroit contrivance of the hind for the preservation of her young; for when she hears the sound of dogs she puts herself in the way of the hunters, and starts in a direction to ...

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Our Over-Crowded School, and What Shall We Do About It? [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 13 May 1880

Our Over-Crowded School, and What Shall We Do About It? During the past few months the attendance in the two lower grades ot our public school has been increasing in so material a degree, that the question of what to do witn the small battaltion of juveniles, in excess of the present accommodations, has now become of paramount importance. The average attendance in the whole school, last month, was 205 scholars, divided among the fourj rooms as follows: Grammar Department, 38; First Grade, 35 ; Second Grade, 50; Third Grade, 82. In the second and third grades, the number of scholars in attendance far exceeds the accommodations, fully twenty in the latter being without seats or desks. Considering it as an accepted fact .that this over-crowded condition of our school-rooms is conducive to neither health nor learning,the mind naturally turns fo inquiry as to the best manner of securhigjncreafrfcd and sufficient accommodations. The entire upper story of our school edifice is as yet unfin...

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BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 13 May 1880

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. Oakland, May 10th, 1880. The Board met at ten o'clock A. M. pursuant to adjournment. Chairman Smith and Supervisors Clement, Dusterberry, Marlin, Green, McClane, Myers and Deputy Clerk John C. Marsh werepresent. The minutes of the preceding meeting were read and approved. DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S REPORT UPON THE BLACK PETITION. The District Attorney presented the following report: Oefice of District attorney, ) Alameea County, Cal. > Oakland, May 10th, 1880. ) To the Honorable the Board of Supervisors of Alameda Crunty—Gentlemen: I regard to the petition of J. F. Black and others, for a road in Murray Township, referred to me for opiuion, I have to report that in my opinion said petition is defective. First—lv not having the names ol the consenting land owners, over which said proposed road will pass; and second — in not fkating the probable cost of the right o'&ay and construction of said proposed rdm respectfully. E. M. Gibson. District Atto...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 13 May 1880

NOTICE. The farmers of Livermore Valley are requested to atteud a public meeting at Exchange Hall, Livermore, ou Monday, May 17th, at 1 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of expressing their views ii regard to the late proceedings in Tulare County. Committee No. 1.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 13 May 1880

LIVERMORE BRE WER V FIRST STREET, LIVERMORE, CAL. Best of Beer constantly on band. Supplied by tbe keg at reasonable rates. W. Jordan, Proprietor. For a good, warm pair of winter gloves to Goiner. * A NEW HAND AT THE BELLOWS! P. Flanagan, lor many years in the emploj T of Aylward & Taylor, Taylor & Son, and John Aylward, would announce that he has purchased the shop, good will and business of J. H. Taylor, on Main street, Livermore. Macksmitking -AND— Carriage Work of every description. Horse Shoeing a S\>ecia\ly. Special attention paid to the building or repair of fin c carriage, spring, and farm wag*' ons* CALL AND TRY ME. may 6 3 m.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 13 May 1880

THE Little Giant! Double Feed Warranted to put Ten Tons in a box car. Warranted to bale 15 Tons per day, in fair liay, with 4 men. It is well known to almost all tbe readers of the Herald, that the Little Giant hay press Avas put In tbe field for the first time last year. One purchased by the Weymouth brothers, was used for a few weeks during the latter part of the season, near Livermore, and proved its ability to condense hay sufficiently to load a car with 10 tons or.even more. During tbe past winter, the inventor has worked and experimented on them constantly, and he now offers them as The Best Made, and the Best Working Press to be had* The press has been improved as follows: The size of bale remains the same, but it is now pressed, and tied side .vise instead of endwise, four wires being used instead of three. It uses less length and weight of wire than before, and the bale is more securely bound. It is no longer necessary for the driver to change the pawls every ttme the horse...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 13 May 1880

I - Alameda Co. r ranch —OF THE — OF CALIFORNIA, 922 AND 924 BROADWAY, (Union Bank Building), Oakland, Cal Cash Capital, $300, 000- 00 Cash Assets, 581, 385. 76. The Home Mutual is a California Company, cotjSuing its business to the Pacific Coast, Over ".,000 shares of the Oom pany's stock are held by promincut residents of-Al-ameda and Contra Cosia counties. All Premiums received . through this Branch are Deposited and Invested in Alameda Co. Rates as low as Solvency and Fair Profit will admit of Losses liberally adjusted aud promptly paid at points where they occur. ft. ft. MAGII/L, Manager. J. L. MITCHEL, Agent Livermore, Office O. P. R. R. Depot, H. O. WELLER, Agent Pleasanton, Cal. POSTPONED TO WAY 29TH AND 30TH. Ch&pos Ranch, SATUIDAY $ SUNDAY, Mat 15 §> 16, 1880. THE CHAMPION PICNIC OF THE SE4SQN, Admissiohto Picnic grounds including Dancing Batjge, 50 cents. Ladies and . children free 3 / JIMMY JOHNSON. Nesr Stook Milliqery Goods ! I —of the— LATESTSPR...

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