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J. A. Hunter, M. D., [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 10 June 1880
J. A. Hunter, M. D., Devotes special attention to diseases of the Head, Throat, aud Chest, embracing Catarrh. Deafness, Sore Throat. Bronchitis! Asthmaj Cousutnptiou, Heart Atl' cti ns, etc. All letters of inquiry will receive attention. Otlice No. oil Suiter street, Sau FraneLco. Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich., Will scud iheir celebrated Electro-Voltaic BelU to the aitlicted upon 3i days' trial. Spetdy cures guaranteed. They mean wuui they say. VVriie to them without delay.
Second-Hand Hack [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 10 June 1880
Second-Hand Hack Jfor sale or exchange for a stylish horse. I Address H. Schellhaas, Furniture, Acction and i ommissiou Rooms, llih Street, Oakland. Cal. - A Cough, Cold, Catarrh or Sore Throat requires immediate attention, as neg eel oftenlimes results in some incurable Lung Disease. "Urown'x Bronchial Troches" will almost invariably give relief. Imitations are offered for sale, many &lt; f winch are injuii us. The geuuine "Brown's Broncnud 'Troches" are sold only in bozt-x. Forty years'experience has stamped public approval on Ayei's Cherry Pectoral, in, the most leliuble of all remedies for Throat or Chest diseases. Its continued and increasing popularity is conclusive evidence (.fits superh r curative q.talitics. J. W. Sliaelfei dc Co., 321 a-toi 323 Sacramento St., San Francisco, employ no drurumers. Cigirs soi l very cbeap." ALL Photographs tnsde at the New York Galler? No. «a 1 hird St., S. F., are guaranteed to be firstclaan. Prices to salt tue times. .). H. Pbtbsh &...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 10 June 1880
P. N. P. Co. (New Series). No. li 9 tanrrrs a Npr.-lnUv vrttiiout Uie Kuire or vaelilntc pain. An. !&gt;.-. Cook. 224 Pv«tsireri,Man Franrlaeo. C' MCl.tMt «i V SCO ETA XI, R &lt; O ISiIH J Uni|a, the greatest knowu lemedjr for al! Throat and Lung Complaints. For sale by all druggists MANUFACTURER OF OAS LEATHER SSLTIN&amp; lACING a., a*. Ufjfu, 10 IreWO pi bt., can Fisnciseo. National Surgical Institute ( Western Division), 319 Bu»h St.. s. K. Devoted to the treatment el Cripples. Piles. Fistula, Ac. Send for circulars. S IVnip.-ranee Hotel. irr. aiid 2.y secoinl bt.. S. F. Bon id ami IfoqM per d&gt;.y, 7c to fl: pa r week $4 to 15. mx meai tickets, #1. iloggage to and from Uotel free. CALIFORNIA Bl l.lv okGoat Oiov. s, eheapeitt sn.l best. VV. bhires, SOS Mark-t fet . San Franrw *^efsco. bend for pricr ;iv. HII Pilillf MTgr of Oak TanrfdDF| TlilP s lis blfUIVu-atiier and H - OLL I INu Belt Lacing. Mali, Kxprnss and Bullion Hags. Factory and office. 4...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 10 June 1880
CALVERT'S / 4 \ CABBOLK \ 1 »* per callon. \ / T. W. JACKSON, San FranX / Cisco. Sole Agent for the Facine Coast. S. IRVING &amp; CO., san Pram-son sucre-wors to Anderson * Irving, haw rcinov ,1 to 306 Keitcy St.. ttiree doors from Sutler. ■Mara can ho found v spleudid amvi imtnt of MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS Con»r*ttntt in pari 8f Shirts. C&lt; llsra, Ties. Socks. Cnderwe .r, etc., at the lowest p tees. Wheu you go to the city !*• Mire to sail and ** f nelr fine srocii. Mrs. Dr. Jeuniaoa'a remedy tor Mt\\\\mm DIPHTHERIA fS tn4 ail affections oi iheibr&gt;at All BT ""TMEa should Utepit constantly on hand, BH* *m fIX »* it i* a sure cure for this lerrlnie T7 - ' disease Fall direetlons, f r use ' isv «jHr and sj iiiproms of t. c disease with l/M every bottle. Joyful news! No jn. i..«.re deaths from this disease v. n !i-re this medicine is ns- tl. It-tail l~ ill Ili Willi price. 5».- and *1.00 per bottle. Ri'a'"" "'i ot Wholesale Agenta san Francisco. HOTEL, **&...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 10 June 1880
FOR THE Gn^ Cai AIX THE NEWI Of Both Sides Impartially Gm. Subscribe Immediately for the Daily and Weeltly SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE. 80 Cents ro 2-eeut Postage Stamps, Coin, etc., will get the WEEKLY for the Entire Cam paign from the date the Subscription is received, or $2.50 In S amps Coiu, etc. will get the Great DAILY, including the Double Sheet SUNDAY CHRONICLE, for the Campaign. •VBOTH PAPERS POSTAGE PREPAID. Address C HAN. I»E ¥Ol Sii dt CO.. Sma tranelaeo. ARE&lt; The Only Reliable Standard HAY, STOCK, WAREHOUSE, DORMANT, PORTABLE, PLATFORM, COUNTER, GROCER AND EVEN BALANCE !3 _A_ ZXZ—i ZELj k3 _ Grain Warehouse Scales. Warehouse Trucks. MILES' ALARM MOXEY Is RAWER*. CJREEWS PATENT STEEL SCOOPS. JgsrSend for Price Lists-^C FAIRBANKS &amp; HUTCHINSON, 417 Market Street, ..... San Francisco. Beware oi Irritations X COLD MinlncT' SILVER PLATED AMALGAMATING PLATES FOR SAVING GOLD. Used in Quartz, Placer and Gravel Mining. Warranted the best made. Prices ftrest'y r...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 10 June 1880
j HbSPHBEYS' HOHEOPATHIC SPECIFIC U In u»m » rears. The only •aeces'ini reinedv f.,r and Proration, fro m'.ver- w? r l , , II per rial, er S v,a..°".nd *?£ KEVI&gt;ALL*3 BP A YIN CI I&lt;K 1* &gt;ure In lv jQIvW ;r»-»-t». mild In its action W |»* 11 doe* not bllxtttr. yet H U penetra tug and 'powerful io reach every jdeepsea edgain. or to re WM Wm - * other • n large men If JTW j&amp;-.,»Kr'' " —,' r ' an spavins, splints, ■ c *'loui, sprains, swellings, any I l l" me, »"'« «"d ail enlargement* of the %ja\jß ? f «* or limbs, or iheuinatlmn in mau i. n ZzrV • u ' u *-»r any purpose for which a liniment P*W for "»*■ o beast, ft U now kno -ulo be the InTu 'ff u " ert - * ctlng rall * •" a Statenient Mailt* UNDER OATH. , r T?.J/. &lt;"\ i . t ~* fa J' ' oncrrn.-In the year 1575 I treated wii h Kendall's s&gt;r» .r a Cure," a bone spavla of several mon Its' growth, nearly half as large a« a eri.*^£fv.* nd c , omp, «' U:| y "topped the lamen...
Make the Best of Life. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 July 1880
Make the Best of Life. My dear girl, I kuow there is nothiug particularly charming or alluring in housework. You prefer " faucy work " to dishwashing, and embroidering towels to washing them. But theu these prosaic duties must be performed, aud young hands should perform them, now that mother's dear old brown ones ure growing feeble. Therefore, interest yourself in som. department of the work, aud do it well and regularly. No matter where you begin, so that some useful thing be done thoroughly*and that it be your owu exclusive, habitual work. Perhaps it is the scrupulously neat, thoughtful care of your own room, which will, in fhc process, grow increasingly charming day by day. Perhaps it is tho family mending, or such parts of it as yon feel that you can hopefully undertake. Careful work hero gives as much scopo for ingenuity and skill as embroidery, and the results are often more proiitablo aud quite as satisfactory to the enthusiastic mender. The girl who understands darning so w...
Small Means. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 July 1880
Small Means. 'Twas bnt a little ray That lhoO€ fcCTOCi tho u&gt; r, A feeble light; hut, following it, i rjcMhed au door. 1 found a Lean ii.-tone bright, Withiu a cosy neat— A chair beside tbe chimney, where Tbe weary might take rest. Batffor the candle's beam That from tho window .shone My footsteps might have turned aside To dangers vow uuknown. And thus, my friend, it is A thing tbat seems too small To figure in our plan of life, Or shape our BOOTH at all, Oft proves a mighty power To bring us woe or weal, Aud then we blinded mortals sco The wheel withiu a wheel." A littlo drop of lain Foretells the coming shower, A little bud is but a typo Of many a coming flower. A single grain of wheat, A tiny blade of grass, Is oue of tbat rich army that Shall greet us as we pass. Then let us, as we know Uow small and yet how great An- nature's ways of handiwork, Serenely watch :icd wait. —A*. }'. Ledger.
An Old-Fashioned Fairy Story. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 July 1880
An Old-Fashioned Fairy Story. MARY KYLE DALLAS. Unco rtpcm a tiino there lived a protty young Princess—as pretty as a uicture, und always dressed iv cloth of gold, cloth of silver, point lace and pearls and diamonds, to say nothing of rubies, emeralds, carbuncles and amethysts. And, of course, this Princess' father was a King, and had a train of courtiers aud knights, who followed him about everywhere. One day, just before the Princess was liifteen years old, the King and these gentlemen were out hunting. They saw iv the forest an old woman carrying a hare over he shoulder. Sow, it was a terrible offense to kill one of the King's hares, so the courtiers were about to seize the old woman and carry her off to priscn, when all of a sudden she turned upon them, hissed furiously, changed into a cat and Bcampered up a tree, while the hare, falling to the ground, struggled a moment, and changed iuto a beautiful hoy, who sank on his kneGß*tthe King's feet. Naturally the courtiers were terri...
Breakfast in Paris. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 July 1880
Breakfast in Paris. Breakfast iv Paris means the American twelve o'clock dinner. Bread aud cafe au lait take the place of our morning's meal. The French havo the sense to combine a very largo proportion of milk with their coffee, thereby giving nourishment and stimulant together. Breakfast without wine is tieemed au impossibility. Tho winebottle is the first article placed before you at table. As a general thing, the Bordeaux is not alarmingly strong. It has seen tho pump and " gone several better." An ultra tee-totaler might drink a quart and then scarcely knowthat he had broken his vows. As the French use and dilute it, I deem it a' more healthy beverage thau say a pint of strong coll'ee. Breakfast commences with soup; then a plate of meat: then one of fish; next vegetables; for dessert, cheese or comfiture. In fact, breakfast is simply dinner. For twen-ty-five cents you have, at tho cheaper restaurants, the above course, including a half-bottle of wive, and as much bread as you c...
Gladstone's Views on the Conference at Berlin. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 July 1880
Gladstone's Views on the Conference at Berlin. Ji. very tiling said now by tlie Jbrmsn Premier is significant. Recently, in London, there was a public meeting to make a presentation to the King of Greece. Gladstone, iv proposing the health of the Lord Mayor and Corporation, said he hoped that a report of this celebration would go forth to the world as a demoustration to all whom it •sncerned, that the interest of Englishmen in favor of Greece is real and universal. " Tho corporation," he said, " have chosen the day for this ceremony with singular felicity. On this day the representatives of tho Great Powers of Europe are met together in the capital of the Great German Empire for the purpose of considering in what waj - they may promptly give effect to the stipulations of the Treaty of Berlin, and prove that the asserted wisdom and might of Europe speaks to the world in accents that denote reality, and are destined to have practical effect. I entertain a fervent wish, united with rat...
Apparent Rubbish. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 July 1880
Apparent Rubbish. j In the famous dust-yards of London are found all sorts of things, from money and bank-notes downward. The workers in the yards have, beside the coin—mostly small bits, although sovereigns and large bank-notes are sometimes found aiuoEg the rubbish, and other things of great value which, through accident, have found their way iuto the dust heap—all the bits of wood and their daily portion of cinders for perquisites. The fine dust or " soil " makes a valuable manure, the vegetable refuse or rt soft core " is also sent to the farmers for that purpose, brick-bats, broken crockery aud such stuff go toward filling up low places in the city, and fine cinder:? go to the brick-yard. Then there aro linen and cotton rags for the paper mill, and bottles and Cfc»rks that go to do their work again, scraps of iron for ballast first aud repuddling—doyou know what that is? — afterward across the sea, old shoes to be cobbled or made over into parts of others, and bones to be made ...
Temporary Weakness. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 July 1880
Temporary Weakness. That tho labor of tho brain, the limbs, the hands, etc., may produce a general feeling of fatigue or lassitude, is very mauifest, a general depression affecting the whole body. This is just as true of the stomach, the undue exertion—toil—of this organ, depressing, crushing and debilitating the whole body even more decidedly than the exertion of auy other part of the body of similar size. It is not too much to "say that much of the sensation of fatigue, especially in the hot weather, is attributable to the depressed state of the organs of digestion, on the principles of sympathy, or the influence of one organ over another. That the peculiar, deathly feeling on a hot summer's morning, wheu the night has been robbed of its power to refresh the body by the toils of the stomach, with consequent wakefulness, results, mainly, from too heavy a meal at tea or bed time, is quite apparent, affecting even the limbs, as well as the brain. It is explainable on the supposition ...
Some Strange Avocations. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 July 1880
Some Strange Avocations. Said a witness under cross-examina-tion: " I am au early-caller, I calls different tradesmeu at early hours, from 1 till 5::&gt;0 in the morning, and that is how I get my living, f gets up between 12 and 1; I goes to bed at 6 aud sleeps till the afternoon. I calls bakers between 1 and 2—the bakers are the earliest of all." What sort of a living he made is not recorded. A pound a week, wo shonld bay, would be the outside figure, aud to earn that he would need a couple of scores of customers. The early-caller's fee is well earned, since but for his intervention his clients would often lose a day's pay, if not be thrown out of work altogether, by failing to keep time. Not so deserving of encouragement are the * tup-pennies,' carrying on their vocation in those quarters of London where pawnbrokers and poor people abouud. They are feminine intermediaries between the pawnbroker and folks anxious to raise a loan upon their belongings, who, rather than trans...
The Cow-boys of Texas—Prehistoric Monuments. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 July 1880
The Cow-boys of Texas—Prehistoric Monuments. I think the Free Press has succeded iv making thousands of its intelligent readers happy. You have many contributors in this State, and if you want to make them happy and do a good thing for Texas, just throw a little light upon the questions of Texas barbarism and lawlessness. Let your readers know that people of average intelligence, and who have had ample opportunity of gaining knowledge sometimes drift upon the current of circumstances to the frontier of Texas, where they find much to dispel the illusions, which tbey had filed away in the archives of memory, as "facta" respecting this country. The greater part ot the crimes committed in Texas and heralded by the Northern press as characteristic of Texan character, are committed by lawless men from other States, who seek in Texas a State of refuge from the consequences of crimes which have already made them fugitives from justice. There is not as much revolting crime in Texas in a year...
A Habit of Indecision. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 July 1880
A Habit of Indecision. There is a great deal of truth in what a gifted writer says conceraing habits of indecision or dil atoriness. It is to much of it pure habit that childreu cannot be too early taught, first tbe necensity of making up one's mind, and then of acting upon it. The trick of "hanging about," of wasting minute after minute, hour after hour, in work as in play—for idlers never play conscientiously—is often acquired in mere infancy, in imitation of elders and betters, never to be got rid of to the end of life. What is in the boy or girl pure carelessness, becomes in the man and woman a confirmed peculiarity, which haunts them like a curse, causing no end of misery to themselves and to all belonging to them. Ono by one some application is neglected and thrown asitle till the lost chance of benefiting onrselves or our neighbor can never bo recalled;our remorse over au unanswered letter, when the writer has suddenlygone whither no kindly word cau reach him any more; our re...