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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 July 1880
LIVERMORE COLLEGE J. D Smith, - • Principal Livermore California. HORTON &amp; KENNEDY, Manager* for the Pacific Coast for the man ufacturera of Enterprise SelfRegulating Winamtills Pet* General Office and supplies Livermore Alameda couq'.v, Cal. * IP. 0 JJ&lt; x 125. CURTIS H. LINPLLY, Attorney at Law, and Notary Public, LIVERMORE, CALIFORNIA. docS-ly R. W. GRAHAM, Justice of tlie Peace and Con vejjvncer. SpeciuAttentioo paid to Real Estate Apcnt for tbe Kovai Of Liverpool, aud Norwich Union Fire Insurance u\ i iimore, (.al nedhtf G. BENTON JARRKTT, M. P., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE: OTPOSITK opp fellows' hall. LIVBKMOnr. CAL. ELLIOTT AtJBtJBr, Dffics ii st St Mit W Fellow'nanU Wii;p:act.. e:n a.i ti,e Courts of State. J. R. PALMER, Attorney fend Counsellor at Law, — AND--NOTARY PUBSC, PLEASANTON, ALAMEDA CO.. CAL. Prompt attention given to tbe preparation of legal papers. M. P. B. LOVK, Attorney al Law, ai;d Notary Public. Office: Livermore aye , opp. Brick Bloc...
SAN FRANCISCO ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 July 1880
SAN FRANCISCO ITEMS. Book-keeping is to be taught in the firstgrade schools. The public schools of the city will not open until the 12 th of July. There were twelve arrests for drunkenness last Sabbath before 8 o'clock p. m. Six bands are to discourse music for thecitv at the Fourth of July celebration. W. H. Barnes addressed tke Father Matthew Temperance Society last babbath. Dr.'W. T. Wythe, Professor «f Anatomy iv tke Medical College of the Pacific, is deceased The Post would like to see the daily fare to Oakland and return, reduced to twenty five cents. 1. M. Kalioch, who shot Chas. de Young, is held to answer before tbe Superior Court, without bail. The United States Mint is closed for annual settlement aud will not be opened uutil th« oth ol July. They are building a bridge across New Montgomery street to connect the Paiace and Grand Hotels. A magnificent arch for the Ftmrth of July is being erected at Uie intersection of Market and Kearney streets. The clause in the New Chart...
NEWS SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 July 1880
NEWS SUMMARY. The weather in the East has been intenselyhot. The central shaft of the Hooaac tunnel has caved in. Last week in New York city there were 1,03-S death*. A telegram from Bueuos Ay res says that fighting is resumed. The census takers of Boston report her population to be 351,000. Last Saturday, iv New York, th I mercury was '.'I deg. in the shade. A revolution has broken out at Buenos Ajres and the city is besieged. News from (Jabul confirms the report of a general rising io Central Asia. The Verinout Greenbackers have nominated M. &lt;&gt;. Heath for Governor. Russia is thinkiug of making the duty on iron so high as to be practically prohibitory. Captain Howgate's Arctic ship has been granted permission to lly the American flag. King John, of Abyssinuia, has concluded a treaty of peace with the Egyptian government. The 100-dollar counterfeits now iv circulation are so perfect that Baanj experts have beeu deceived by them. Senator Blame is expected West d...
SAN FRANCISCO MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 July 1880
SAN FRANCISCO MARKET. FLOUR—While the stock of flour in the hands of jobbers is oo the decrease, the supply remaining is sufficient for all requirements. There U no appreciable change, either in prices or the coudition of the market. The exports for June aggregate nearly 50,000 barrels, and for twelve months ending Juue 3)tb, 4.15,000 barrels against 515,000 for the previous year. We quote, Superfine common, 3.'-o&lt;?ss3 62}s Superfine, |3 75®54 50; extra superfine, $4 Pi Si© $4 85; choice and extra choice, #5 57&gt;£0$ ; Oregon, good to choice, (4 75«j*5 00. WHEAT—At this date iast year the situation as compared with to-day was as follows: 1579. 1880. Ut. quotations, Ss9d©9ssJ. 9iyJ(g9slld Freight rates, 45(g505. 55ifi60-&gt; Local market, $t.4')@1.50 Tne prices above are for spot lots of average California iv Liverpool, aud for good to choice shipping iv this city. Theotaguatiou previously noted continues in the California wbeat trade. Millers are payiug a...
IMPORTANT AND INTERESTING STATEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 July 1880
IMPORTANT AND INTERESTING STATEMENTS. Read, Mark and Inwardly Digest. Something for Everybody. PURITY OF FAMILY MEDICINES. Among tbe mauy specifics introduced to the public for the cure of dyspepsia, indigestion, derangements ot various kinds, and a general weakness of the bunion system, withiu a few years, decoctions of vegetable bitters have held a considerable place. Some of these have for a time bad a considerable sale, but with doubtfully good effects and much injury. Such should never be taken into tbe human body. Often bitters have been made highly popular for a time by being largely charged with whisky and other spirits, thus ministering to a depraved appetite. Iv this way the medicinal purpose for which they weie avowedly tillered to the public has been missed, and sale to which they attained before their true character was thoroughly known has completely talleu away. The writer, iv his visit to Rochester, has had the pleasure of meeting with v Hop Hitters," au entirely dif...
Proclamation by the President. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 July 1880
Proclamation by the President. Fault-finding is so seldom indulged in by those who use the medicines manufactured by the World's Dispensary Medical Association, that the President ot that corporation the Hon. R. V. Pierce, M. D., has issued a special request or proclamaiiou to any and all persons, if there be any such, who may have taken or 6hall hereafter use any of the family medicines now made and sold by the said Association, iv all countries of the world, aud who have not derived full benetit from said mediciues, that if they will write the said Association a description ot their maladies the Faculty of the Dispensary will advise them with respect to the successful treatment of their diseases. Dr. Pierces Goldeu Medical Discovery is guaranteed to cure all humors from the common blotch, pimple or eruption, to the worst scrofula or king's evil, and those virulent poisons that lurk in the system as a sequel or secondary affection resultiug from cadly-treated or neglected primary d...
Woman's Wisdom. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 July 1880
Woman's Wisdom. She insists that it is of more importance that her family shall be kept in full health, than that hhe should have all the fashionable dresses and styles of the times. She therefore sees to it, that each member of her family is supplied with enough Hop Bitters, at the tirst appearance of any symptoms ot ill health, to prevent a tit of sickness, with its attendant expense, care aud anxiety. Ail women should exercise their wisdom iv this way.—/.'(/.
The Cause Discovered. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 July 1880
The Cause Discovered. Most of tbe readers whose eyes scan these pages have s uttered lrom headache,lassitude, nausea or pains in the back; but we. doubt if they knew what the cause wav In niue cases out of ten it was some trouble witb the kidueys or liver. This is a truth which has just becwuie knowu, and the result which Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure h.n accomplished. The atove-uamed trcubles are caused by disordered kidueys aud liver, and the remedy which cures the cause banishes the pains which arise from it.
The Robertson Process [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 July 1880
The Robertson Process For workiug rebellious ores is remarkable for its simplicity aud cheapness. No other method is knowu whicb so lOtaplelely reduces rebellious gold aud silver ores to the same condition as free milliug ore. Parties who have the machiuery for pulverizing and amalgamating can erect a suitable turnace for usiug the Robertson Process at a cost of from &gt; 1,000 to %\ ,500, according to capacity required. For full particulars address Johu A. Robertson, the patentee, P. O. box 552, Oakland, Cal.
Ear Specialist. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 July 1880
Ear Specialist. J. A. Hunter, M. D., devotes special attention to diseases of the Uead, Throat, and Chest, embracing Catarrh. Deafness, Sore Throat. Bronchitis, Asthma, Consumption, Heart Affections, e*C All letters of inquiry will receive attentioa. Office 88S Sutter street, San Francisco.
Furniture. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 July 1880
Furniture. Jew and second-baud al auctiou prwes. EL Scbcllhaas', 11th St., Odd Fellows' Buddiug, Oakland,t:ai. Couuu&gt; orders promptly atuuded to. Hakkisbtkg, okkuon, Dec. SI, WW. Some three mouth} ago 1 was attacked with a Severe pain in my back. 1 bought a package Of the Oregon Kidney Tea aud by the time 1 had used one-naif of it was entirely relieved and have not beeu troubled since. I cheerfully rccommeu.t it t , ali who may be suffering lrom a lame or weak back, as a pteasaut, sale anil good remedy. B. J. Guiosnv. luAycr's Ague cuie we have a positive remedy lor fever and ague and all malarial di: orders, ana one entirely free lrom quiuiue, arsenic or i&gt;ttier injurious drugs, it is the chemical and medical triumph of Ihe age. J. Vv. Sbaeffei &amp; Co., aud 323 Sacrament.; Si., Sau Francisco, employ no drummers. Cigars sold very cheap. All POptogr;t;&gt;lis mad* at tlie New York Oalldrjr Nu. •&lt;! i luiil a;., S. f'., ire guaranteed ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 July 1880
P. N. Pi (Ju. t.Ncw Belief, No. 122. Uuwera a specialty wittiout i lie Unite or exciting pain. In. t»r, Cuuk, st« 4 Coxt itlrrfl, S**Si VrHuvlavu, / i iIiIASICS VKi.IiTAULt: COIUU \J hi-opst, the greatest known leinedy tor all Throat anil Lung Complaints. For sale by all druggists National surgical lustitute &lt; Westera Division), 31S liush St.. s. r . Devoted to the treatment t»l cripples, i'Ufcs, tThttnla, Jic. send lor circulars. MoM«!HiK(tv s i«nf«vam« Hotel. 'til and «it second St., S. F. Board and Kuuiii ncr day, 7 cto *1; per week $4 to $a. bis meal nckels, tl. t.aggage to anu from llot;l tree. MANUFACTURER OF OAS LEATHER BELTINS AND LACING ».. fr*. Urgru, In hicniont St., ban Francisco. WjT~~m CALIFORNIA BUCK OR GOAT V&amp;aj. Gloves, Cheapest una best. W. MnJ^B—Shires. 506 Market bt., Sau Fran- • Cisco, bend for price list. H. N. ra Bell I aallig. Mail, KxpresS and Bullion Bags. Factory iiud OBlce, -il. r &gt; .Market St., Sau Francisco. A SURE CURE...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 July 1880
COLD MINING. SILVER PLATED AMALGAMATING PLATES FOR SAVING GOLD. Used in Gtuartz, Placer and Gravel Mining. ■ Pr ip M &lt;?rp«tlv reduced.. San Franalsco Gold. Silver and Nickel I'latln? Warranted the best made. Prices Montgomery and Third streets. * Works esasnddSS gflsatM St., between new w . OKXNIMTOX, Proprietor. gap-Send for circular. THE ROBERTSON REDUCTION WORKS m.« nP(ia i, v the ROBERTSON PROCESS. We are now prepared to For working rebellious o«*by ftnd ()ther rebellion. GOLD AND SILVER Ores when they .re rich enough *SX?£i g? ROBERTSON REDUCTION WORKS, .....taitt _ - - Sum Franolsoo.Cal. Ofiloe. Sansome Street, Kind nature's own remedy—her "last, best gift to man." A plant which grows in mountain fastnesses, seldom trodden by human foot. There are thousands afflicted with diseases of the Kidneys or Urinary Organs who suffer in silence rather than to make known their troubles. Others seek relief by the use of various patent medicines, which, if they do not aggravate ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 July 1880
DR. SPEER, (GRADUATE OT HABVARD UNIVERSITY) SPECIAL DISEASES A SPECIALTY. Call or addrew H. J. SFEKR, M. D.. 11 Kearny St.. San Fraud »&lt;„, Cal. ■■ggggV noT 'ail t» mm for our &gt;&gt;rle * *-»•»'t* WM WIV W 1«80. Fans v ■ fl JB alleatioa. Cental^ &lt;Jk%mmWr aMerlpUoaa •( HUggr thing ranatrsd }£ aaraoaal ar faMlly m&gt; «ma 9wm ijm lUaatradaaa. We adl if ■••ia at «»im»h anaaa la auaautiei * s«M ■kegsreaaaM Tn. .my lasUtattoa la aatartaa PACIFIC WATER CURE AH'J Eclectic Health Institute, NORTHWEST COBNEB 7th AHD L aTi. SACRAMENTO, CAL. Being rally prepared to treat ail form* of disease ou tlie latest ana iuoa scientific principles, togetbbr with good rooms »ud board, we with confidence ass for public patronage. For further particulars address XI. F. CI.A VTOS. ti. «.. Proprietor. Purchasing Agency. Everything required Cor I.aJles\ Gentlemen's and Children's Wear, and articles of every de-cripliou for House, Counting Boom or Store, purchased ...
Careless Farmers. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 July 1880
Careless Farmers. It is amazing to consider tho extent to which losses are incurred on the one hand, and sales and occupations afforded on the other hand by the inexcusable carelessness of people who know better and ought to do better. The fastening of a well-backet is deranged or a hoop is loose; but the thoughtless man or woman never notices the trouble until the bucket is dropped in the well or the bottom is out. Then time is lost, the family is inconvenienced, and perhaps a neighbor gets a job of work and the pay. The gate latch is out of order; no attention is paid to it; the hogs or cows get in; the yard is rooted up; the shrubbery is destroyed; the gardener is employed, and the nurseryman has an order. A tire is loose on the wheel; the wood is swiftly wearing away—a little care would set the matter right; no pains are taken; away on the road a wheel is cruwhed, and the wheelright has some employment. A shingle is out of place on tho roof; one nail would mend the trouble; that...
Profitable Hens. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 July 1880
Profitable Hens. Thoso who breed or expect to breed largo numbers of fowls, says the Land and Home, want the most profitable variety, l'arties who raise a fow fino birds for pleasure rarely think of getting a profit from their pets. With farmers, however, who look on the prosy side, letting the poetic take care of itself, and demand a profit both in eggs and flesh, the question of breed is generally a secondary consideration. But in most cases it pays better to breed pure-bred fowls, for the simple reason that the extra fine ones, in point of markings, form, etc., can usually be disposed of at double the price, and often more than could be obtained in the open market if sold for food. This fact is well worth remembering, especially when we take into account the fact that pure-bred fowls are as profitable to raise for market as common ones. No particular breed combines the heaviest weights and greatest laying powers, though the famous Plymouth Rocks come nearer, perhaps, to a golden ...
The Baby's Bedtime. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 July 1880
The Baby's Bedtime. This is tlio bab} '.h bedtime, Dimple-chin climbg on my knee, With, "'Muzzer, Is d.st ai s'eepy An' tired as 1 tan bu." So I take np the de ir little darling, And nndress the weary feet That have been making, sinej daylight, A mnaic busy and sweet. " Tell me a pity 'tory," Hho pleads iv her sleepy way; And I ask, as I cuddle- and kiss her, " What shall 1 tell you, pray ? " " Tell me,"—and then she pauses To rub each sleepy eye, " How ze big pid dees to martet, An' Z3 'ittle pids all cry." Then I tell, as I smooth the tangles Ever at war with the comb, How the big pig went to market, And the wee ones staid at home, And I count the pigs I tell or On her rosy toes once more, And she laughs at the " pitty 'tory " As if never heard before. Then I fold her hands together Upon her breast, and Bhe, In her lispiug, sleepy fashisn, Repeats her prayer with me. lief ore it is ended, the blossoms Of ker eyes ia slumber close, liut the words that are left nnuttered lie who lov...