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A Miraculous Cure. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 27 May 1880
A Miraculous Cure. Occidental Hotel, Santa Rosa, ) &lt;i. A. Tupper, Proprietor. &gt; April 20th, 1880. ) I have been troubled many years with uisease of the Kidneys and have tried many different remedies; sought aid from different Physicians without reiief. About the 15th of April I was suffering from a very violent attack, that almost prostrated me, in such a manner that I was bent over; when I sat dowu it was almost impossible for mcto get up alone or put on my clothes, when kind providence sent Dr. Wm. Henley with the "Oregon Kidney Tea" to my hotel. I immediately commenced using the Tea. It has almost a miraculous effect, aud to the astonishment of all the guests at the hotel, in a few days, 1 am ha;-py to state, I was a new man. I will recommend the "Oregon Kidney Tea" to all afflicted as I have been. G. A. Tupper, Prop'r. Occidental Hotel. We, the undersigned, witness the above to be a fact. C. F&lt;. Ward, Manager Singer Manufacturing Co. Walter H. By...
Consumption Cured. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 27 May 1880
Consumption Cured. An old pbysieian, retired from practice, having had placed in his hands by an East India missionary tbe formula of a simple vegetable remedy for the speedy and permanent cure for Consumption, Bronchitis, Catarrh, Asthma, and all Throat and Lung Affections, also a positive and radical cure for General Debility and all Nervous Complaints, after having tested its wonderful curative powers in thousands of cases, has felt it his duty to make it known lo his suffering fellows. Actuated by this motive and a desire to relieve human suffering, I will send free of charge to all who desire it, this recipe, in Getman, French, or English, with full directions for preparing and usiug. Sent by mail by addressing with stamp, naming this paper, W. W. Shbrar, 149 Poieer*' Slock, Jioehester, N. Y.
Quick Cure for Poison Oak. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 27 May 1880
Quick Cure for Poison Oak. A few mouths ago an eminent physician who had tested the remarkable curative qualities of Phosphate Soap for various skin diseases expressed his belief that it would be an excellent remedy for Poison Oak. It was accordingly tested lor this purpose. A boy haa been so badly poisoned as t&gt; be confined to his bed for a week, and had his hands all covered with sores when he bet;aii to use Phosphate Soup. Within twenty-four hours he was greatly relieved and in a few days was entirely cured of Poison Oak by the use ef Phosptiate Soap.
Cured of Drinking. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 27 May 1880
Cured of Drinking. "A young friend of mine was cured of an insatiable thirst for Liquor, which had so prostrated him that he was unable to do any nusin'ss. He was entirely cured by the use of Hop Bitters. It allayed all that burning thirst; took away the appetite for liquor; made his nerves steady, and he bas remained a sober and steady man for more than two years, and has in desire to return to his cups; 1 know of a number of others that have been cured of drinking by it."—From a leading R. R. Official, Chicago, Ills. If you watch a woman's mouth closely when she dresses the children for Sundayschool, you'll rind out where all the p.na come from, and of course it must be wneie they all go.
The Best and Only Remedy. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 27 May 1880
The Best and Only Remedy. 6:8 L. St., Washington, D. C, June 9, 1879. H. H. Warner &lt;£• Co. —Gentlemen—I have known of ttie remedy now tailed Warner's Safe Kiduey and Liver Cure, for the past eight nioutUs, and can personally testify to us efficiency in kidney and liver troubles. I can truthfully say that in my opiniou it is the best and only efficient remedy lor such troubles ever brought before ttie public. Yours, very truly, Col. John K. McChesnet.
The Robertson Process [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 27 May 1880
The Robertson Process For working rebellious ores is remarkable for its simplicity and cheapness. No other method is known which so .oinpletely reduces rebellious gold and silver ores to the same condition as free miiliug ore. Parties who have the machinery for pnlveriziug and amalgamating can erect a suitable furnace for using the Robertson Process at a cost of from tl.OdO to (1,500, according to capacity requirea. For lull particulars ad.iress John A. fiobertsou, the patentee, P. O box 552, Oakland, Cal.
J. A. Hunter, M. D., [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 27 May 1880
J. A. Hunter, M. D., Devotes special attention to disease* of the Head, Threat, and Chest, embracing Catarrh. Deafness. Sore Throat, Broochit's, Asthma, Consumptiou, Heart Atf cti us, etc. Ail letters of inquiry will receive atteutiou. Office No. 321 Sutler street, Sao Franchco.
Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich., [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 27 May 1880
Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich., Will send their celebrated Ble :tro-Voltaic I Belts to the afflicted upon o&lt; days' trial. ' Speedy cures guarauUed. They mean what ! they »ay. Wi lie to them without delay. A celebrated preacher makes the recommeudaiiou oi Ayei's Pills a wafer of re- ! ligious dv y. Wben people are bilious and I dyspeptic, what they ueea is the Gospel of I Health. In such case?, the best cr«ed to i swailow consists of the thirty tugar-eoated | articles in s pill-box.
Dentistry. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 27 May 1880
Dentistry. Ge to Dr. Cochrane, 850 Market street, San Francisco, if you want brst-cless work at low rates. Cochrane stands at the head of his profession. Sore Throat, Cough, Cold and similar trouiiies, it suffered to progress, result in serious Pulmonary Affections oftentimes incurable. "BrvuiCs Bronchial Troches" reach directly the seat of the itist ate, aud give almost instant relief. J. W. ShaefferA Co., 321 and 823 Sacriuient ) St., B*o Fraocisco, employ no drummers. C sold very cheap. All Photographs mad* at the New York Oallery No.2U third St., 8. F., are guaranteed to be firstclass. Prices to suit the times. J. H. Pumas £ Co.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 27 May 1880
y fJt CALVERT'S /i\ SHEEP WASH \ W J S&gt;2 i»*&gt;r sail ou. \ \ JT. W. JACKSON, San Fran- \. I y cisco. Solo Agent for the Pay cillc Coast. P. N. P. Co. (N»w Series). No. 117. C'uiict* rs .-k It peel Ally without th* huifc or fxeitlng palu. Sirs. I&gt;&lt;-. Cool*., **4 Punt HtiTrl, Nau Vrauclaco. C-AKI,tM)-S VKOKTAHLR « O I'« II 7 OropM, tbe greatest Knowu lemedy for all Throat and Lung Complaints, tor sale by all druggists MANUFACTURER OF OAK LEATHER BELTING AND LACING ».. I*. l»eg«u, 10 fremoiit bt., ban Francisco. National Surgiual Institute (.Western Division), 819 Bush St.. s. K. Devoted to the treatment el Cripples, files. Fistula, &amp;c. Send for circulars. HM Pjliltf M'l'grotOak Tanoednri TIiJR ■ 111 IfUUtlLealiier and Hose,DLL I ItlU Belt Liclng, Mall, Kxpresa and Bullion Bates. Factory aud office. 415 Market St., Sau Francisco. TJTji i T mrr WITHOUT MEDICINE. il Hi All I II Good health: how to preserve it wlthAAAJAIAJ A XX. out d...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 27 May 1880
OREGON BIMTEY TEA FOR ALL DISEASES OF THE Kidneys and Bladder. A Strictly Yeptaole Prodectioo, Harmless and Effectual. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. Good Land and Sure Crops. There has been steady and tolerably rapid advancement made in the growth of a majority of the towns in Colusa, Butte, Tehama and Shasta counties. Especially is this so in the agricultural districts where the land produces at least fair crops in all seasons—wet or dry—-as does the land on the READING RANCH. Those looking for homes in California where diversified farming will pay every year ; where wood and water are plenty and easy to be obtained, and other desirable advantages are to be had, should address the proprietor of the Reading Ranch. Some 14,000 out of 20,000 acres of the grant remain for sale at comparatively low rates, in quantities to suit ourchasers, on easy terms. Prices range from $5 to $30 per acre. The tract is between two and three miles wide, with the Northern Division of the C. P. R. R. passing cen...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 27 May 1880
Daily Stock Report PUBLISHED BT THK Stock Report PnulisMi. Company W. M BUNKER, - - - A. C. HIESTER. DAILY STOCK REPORT Delivered lo subscriber* In the city at * per month Mall subscribers, una year, |10: six souths. |."&gt;: three months, $3. _______ WEEKLY STOCK REPORT, The great mining, financial and general newspaper of the Pacii.c Coast. Contains all the mining and other stock transactions complete and the financial news far the week. Subscription: Oney&lt;iar. S3; six months, |3; three months, tl.SO* PUBLICATION OFFI&lt; X : IVo. 333 Montgomery St., BAN FRANCISCO. CAL. J^^^^^^^J_____sHMa»MlSss_lß It Is the best Blood Purifier, and stlmaletes every function to more healthful action, and la thus a&gt; benefit in all diseases. -4 In eliminating the Impurities of the blood, the natural and necessary result is the cureof Scrofulous and other Skin Eruptions and Diseases, Including Cancers, Ulcers and other Sores. J Dyspepsia, Weakness of the Stomach, ...
Feather Flowers. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 10 June 1880
Feather Flowers. To make handsome feather flowers, one needs v great variety of brilliantlyeolored feathers. The gorgeous plnrn age of tropical birds is very desirable, but if this cannot be bad, let no one be discouraged, for it can be easily imitated in ttiat of our common barn yard fowls. Take goose quills and Btrip oil the feathers, leaving only euougb to form tbe petal oi the flower you wish to make, and then dip them in aniline dye of the desired color. There are the yellow bird, the blut bird, tbe robin, the red-winged blackbird, the oriole, and many other native birds, which will furnish you with all the desirable tints and shades of the various flowers. The feathers from these birds are ail small, and will therefore do only for the smaller flowers and buds. For tho larger flowers and the leaves, feathers from the parrot, the pea-fowl, aud the cock, may be taken. Unless the feathers are very clean, for making white flowers, you must wash them in v little tepid water and soap...
The Bonnie Hands That Make Good Bread. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 10 June 1880
The Bonnie Hands That Make Good Bread. SAMUEL EDGAR. own the charms of rouuded amu, Of eyes that love's apfl taatresbtu, Of raven Lair, and tresses fair, Of cheeks tbat toy with white and red, O. pouting lips where Cupid dip? The arrows tbat to hearts are sped; Butnouoof theso my fancy please, Like the bonuie hands that make goon" bread. Some handthave art to tuova th.. i o*rt By waking music's sweet appeal; £ )Qiy borrow dyes from perfect skies, And tliro'.igb the canvas make us feel; Some make the dress fair form* cares*, Fo wiu the heart asd turn tho head— For me more rare, beyond compare, Are the bonuie hands tf.at make good bread iay maiden, vain th* rustling train. Those jeweled hands so Idly crossed; That idlei mind eau pleasure liad tv every hour iguobly lost - But I'll do! seek whene'er I wed, Kor jeweled hand*, or gold, or lands, But for tho 1&gt; jtinie hands that mtke good bread.
Constantinople To-day. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 10 June 1880
Constantinople To-day. Great changes have metamorphosed '• Iv.tutiful hfcainboul." Repeated and extensive lires have destroyed the older and more picturesque dwellings. I have Leon told that thirty years ago Stamboul (in the rays of the setting sun) shone like a city begemmed with rubies and set in gokl. This effect was caused by the numerous golden cupolas to the marble mosques, and the bright red aud yellow colors of the wood of whicb the houses were uniformly buiit. To each of these was attached a garden, full of tall leafy trees. The effect of these vivid colors thrown up against a pure Eastern sky, aud reflected in the waters ef the Marmora, was magical indeed. The golden balls blazed like miniature suns, the marble kiosks and magnificent mosques gleamed whiter than alabaster through tho dark cypresses, while the grand city lay bathed in a flood of sunset glory. But at lb s hour, thorg 1 the mosque* and the tapering minarets still stand, the golden balls are no longer to be see...
Aneedote of Bayard Taylor. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 10 June 1880
Aneedote of Bayard Taylor. Those who write with ease may take, perhaps, a hint from tlie following anecdote toid by Mr. C. T. Congd»H, in the New York Tribune, of Bayard Taylor. He says, "His desk was next to mine iv the office, which made it convenient for me to apply to him for general information, ami saved me the trouble of walking across the room to consult aa encylopasdia. Happy the newspaper writer who has such a wellinformed associate at his elbow! "Mr. Taylor was an infallible resource when one was at a loss for the right word, and his taste, especially in poetical uiotion, was entirely trustworthy. Shall X repeat an inst &gt;nee of its exercise? "As I was submitting to its final revision my 'Carman Secalare'— for I wrote about the centennial anniversary of the Republic, as many of the verse-makers, not to mention the real poets did —objection was made to the word 'flogs' in the lino, 'From where the sue fl-g* up its golden steeds." It being determined, greatly agai...