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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 March 1877

The trotting stallion, BELL ALTA. will .stand for man s the present season at Mar- ' tin MendcnliaH's i a rich, one mile west of Livermore, Alameda County, and on Tuesdays at Dublin. Benson commences March 10th, and ends July tst, 1877. j TEKMS for the season, |25. j Description.—BELL ALTA—known as Mcndenhall's Colt—was sired by Williamson's Old Belmont; is a dark bay, sixteen hands high. In 1861 he distanced all the ; three year-olds at Santa Clara. In 1862 he ' carried off the purse tor four-year-olds in San Francisco. la ls<!4 t ;l t" the grand stallion parade, at San Lorenzo. Alameda County, he distanced all other stallions. j He also distanced Sawyer's stallion, at the County Fair, at Pacheco. He is the sire of Henrietta, who trotted a mile in 2:22% when five years old: also, of some of the fastest horses raised in the State. MARTIN MENDENHALL. An Unparalleled Business Growth I WHAT MAY HE, CAN HE, AND WAS ACCOMPUSHED IS LESS THAN ONE TEAK. Messrs. Blumenthal Bros., ...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 March 1877

JOSEPH JACKER. CrUM A LO< It ft.tl ITII. Repairer <>(' sewing machines, musical instruments, and small machinery, rater st., nkak hobfolk uveW* stahi.k. Liveruaore. laingtofl Hotel CORNER FIRST AM) X SfRfiBTS, Livermore, Cal. mins BOUSE IS NICELY FUR. -*- uished, and affords tir>t-Ha» seeorrr. modations in every respect The rooms arc pleasant, and the tables are kept on the Restaurant Plan. Board and Lodging by the Day, si.no to |1.50. snmus meats 50 eta. \m> \ p. A XT OX HA RJJEL I.J XI, Proprietor. flL»«« + iX ~ h • to AgenTs". P. O. YICKEPY. Angnsta, Maine LIVERY STABLE. W. H. HARRISON 6\ W. S. SMITH, PROPRIETORS, First St., Fast of Odd Ft Hows Hall LIVERMOBE, CAL. StXGI.E ANP Dol'KLfc TKAW.S, A Si' Rock a \ya vs to Li r. Particular attention given to Boarding and Shipping Stock. Low Charges, awl First-Class Accommodations. A practical Veterinary Surgeon is always to be found here who will give bis entire attention to horses ...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 March 1877

3 S «j % % S \ THE LIYERMORE A twenty-eight cetam journal, representative of the interests, ami devoted tothe development of the great Livermore Valley, ami the werfareof ita farmers, merchants, artisans. A.B a Home Paper forFam ; !y Beading, tits Herald will be Unsurpassed. I In 111 *■ HERALD, the advertising mm mnnity will find a medium in which tolay Their wants and business Intelligence before every farmer in this Valley, and the -*ur rounding country, SUBSCRIPTION RATES: $3.00 per Annum, IN ADVAN< R Fine Jo]> Printing A BPKCIALTV. ** 3 J j

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WIT AND HUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 March 1877

WIT AND HUMOR. The glass of fashion—Bine glass. The ladies' "Good news "—-New goods. It takes a pickpocket to dis-purse a crowd. A dog-hotjse is now made with a baywindow. Among all breeds of dogs none is sa-liva-ly as the Spitz. The Japanese are manufacturing waterproof boots of paper. The little boy's comment on the spouting whale : " Oh, my, doesn't he sneeze a good long way?" "I live by my pen," said a poet, wishing to impress a young lady. "You look as if you lived in it," was the reply. There is a time for everything except the return of an apprentice*who has been sent after the mail. -[Rome Sentinel. Policeman, to gentleman on a corner: " Move on, sir !" Gjntleman (who is a chess-player): " It's your move, sir." If a man on a polar expedition should kill another, what would be the heinousness of his crime ? Murder in the 83rd degree. A clow on the base of the skull is a serious matter, but a Roman puuch in the stomach may lead to more lasting consequences. An inventor of a pa...

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A Maine Pauper Settlement. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 March 1877

A Maine Pauper Settlement. HOW A VIONEER FAMILY RELAPSED INTO BARBARISM. Maine has a singular illustration of the tendency of mankind to relapse into barbarism when cut off from the influences of association. More than forty years ago, a family named Bubier left Lewiston, and took to the continuous woods where rolls the Dead river. Whether they were disgusted with the world and longed to be at rest, or thought to lay the foundations of a thriving colony by going where land was to be had by the square mile with no one to dispute the title but wild cats and owls, we know not; but they penetrated into the forest primeval far from habitations of other men, and built a log hut. In the course of years applications began to reach the authorities of Lewiston from the settlement of Rangely, for indemnity for relief furnished to the Bubiers. They were some miles from that settlement, ' but as it was the nearest organized com- | munity they had obtained assistance | from it, and such authoriti...

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A Qucer French Case. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 March 1877

A Qucer French Case. The Paris correspondent of the New York Times writes as follows : A curious case was developed to-day. For the past year two young and eminent chemists belonging to the French Academy of Scienco have been experimenting with the sulphate of copper. Their attention was drawn to it by the case of Moreau, the druggist of St. Dennis, of which I wrote a year ago. Some of my readers may remember that he was accused by popular rumor of murdering his wife, and finally justice took hold of the matter. The remains were examined by a chemist, who declared that he had found a quantity of sulphate of copper in the bowel' sufficient to cause death. At Moreau's house the pharmacopirla was found marked with this substance. This was taken to be confirmatory evidence, and Moreau was condemned. When reaching the guillotine he turned, and once more declared, in the most impressive manner, that he was an innocent man. This case started the two young chemists at work, and they made th...

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The King and the Farmer. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 March 1877

The King and the Farmer. King Frederick of Prussia, when he was out riding one day, saw an old farmer, who was plowing a field and singing cheerfully over bis work. "You must be" well off, old man," cried the King. "Does this acre belong to you on which you so industriously labor ?/ "No, sir," replied the old man, who, of course, had no idea that he was speaking to the king; "I am not so rich as that; I plow for wages." "How much do you earn a day ?" inquired the king. "Eight groschen," returned the man. That would be about twenty cents of our money. "That is very little," said the king; "can you get along with it?" "Get along! yes, indeed, and have something left." "How do you manage?" "Well," said the farmer, smiling, "I will tell you. "Two groschen are for myself and my wife; with two I pay my old debts; two I lend, and two I give away for the Lord's sake." "This is a mystery which I cannot solve," said the king. "Then I must solve it for you," replied the farmer." I have two old...

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Elegant Photographs [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 March 1877

Elegant Photographs Will be taken for you at reasonable rates by calling on Taylor & Co., 415 Montgomery street, San .Francisco. All work guaranteed. A Dootob rx the Closet.—Trapper's Indian Oil is one of those harmless, ready remedies that every*family should keep on hand. Whenever there is pain, use it. Caxceb can be Cubed.—Db. Boxp, of Philadelphia, announces his discovery for the radical euro of Cancer. Jfo Knife! Ao Pain.' No Caustic! Remedies with full directions sent anywhere. Pamphlets and particulars sent free. Address with stamp, Dr. H. T. Bonp, 859 North Broad st., Philadelphia, Pa. We Guarantee Db. Heisley's H earache Powdees to cure the most distressing cases in ten minutes. All druggists sell 10 cent trial packs —regular size 50 els., or mailed from Salem, N. J. Also Powder in Bulk for Physicians' use. Crane ft Brigham, Wholesale Agents, corner Front and Clay streets, San Francisco. Rheumatism and Gout are diseases of the blood; and in order to perform a pe...

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Do it at Once!! [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 March 1877

Do it at Once!! If a tithe of the testimonials now on haml of the value of Db. Wistab's Balsam of Wild Chebby should be published, no one would stop to read the bulky volume. Ask any druggist and he will tell you that thi i P.a isam is a real blessing to all affected with throat or lung diseases. All kindred affections, including Bronchitis, Sore Throat, Croup, Hoarseness, Pains in the Chest, and Bleeding of the Lungs, yield to its wonderful power. We advise any one tired of experimenting with Physicians' prescriptions or quack medicines t» drop them at once and use this Balsam of Wilp Chebby. Sold by all druggists.

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A Sense of Wenriness [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 March 1877

A Sense of Wenriness Is often felt by persons who cannot locate any particular disease. If they work, it becomes labor ; if they walk, they soon tire; mental efforts become a burden, and even joys are dimmed by the shadow of tins weakness "which is cast over their lives. Recourse is had sometimes to stimulants of a dangerous character. The advice of physicians to refrain from active labor produces no happy results. Why? The system is debilitated and needs to be built up properly. Pebuvian Sybup will do this very thing. ".Like the electric current, it permeates the entire system, and harmonizing with the corporeal functions it raises up the enfeebled and brings the color to the cheek again, and hope to the despondent. It does its work promptly and well. Sold by all druggists, 71

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 March 1877

EAGLE CLAW — CATCHES THr.M ALIVE sure; fish, birds and game; escape impossible: light, strong, cheap. Send stamp to HOG Sacramento St., Room 11, &>an FrancUco. ROBT. E. BEEBKK. O pr I: I. EU ANT CARDS with name, 25c: 20 for 10c wu Latest styles. C. Vans & Co., No. Chatham,X V • • /CHEMICAL STRENGTH" cores seminal weakness and all forms of debility resulting from error or excess—l 3 per bottle. Sold at all drug stores. Crank A Brigham. Agents. San Francisco. GILHAM'S GREE*N OINTMENT, FOR all external diseases of the Horse, has no equal. For sale by Traders, Druggists and Har-ness-makers. MAIN <fe WINCHESTER, »14 and 216 Battery Street, San Francisco. F. M. TRUWORTHY, MANUFACTURER OFKTFATIL PLATES, Rubber Stamps aud Rubber Printing Wheels, 31** Front Street. Saji Francisco. Send for Circulars. HEALD'S |% TJSINES3 ffe OLLEGE 94 r-5* &MM Pup ' l " eJu ' I For Circular., i.l iM.»ti thoroughly and ■ rail at College Near Kearny, ■■p...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 March 1877

IDIIIVGE! SAVINGS BANK, 646 Xarkft Street. Snn Fruuriwo. F. A. RUTHERFORD, - - PBE.sii.Ksr W. McMAHON O'BRIEN, - • Cashier lucorporated in ISB9. 10.758 I»e|Mt».lJoi-». Terxrx Deposits lO Per Cent Per Annum. Deposits received in gold, silver or currency, and in sums of ten cents and upwards. Deposits mar be made by mail or through « ells. Fargo A Co., when Bank Book or Certificate of Deposit wiil be returned free of charge. EUREKA HAIR HAS RECEIVED A MOST FLATTERING Diploma with the Grand Medal of Honor, at the Great Centennial Exhibition, for the best known substitute for Curled Hair. The XI It KM 4 is the only elastic, clean, healthy and cheap material for stutttng Mattresses, Cushions, and for Upholstery Work In general. Manufactured by J. HEBZOO <fc CO., Sail Francisco. specialty REMOVAL. \\T T FAVUII, M. '-j. v'fSVW tV • !».. has renuiveil iZ&fxT' :•>«»! <'lny «treet. Dtareceive especial attention. \®St%(w JSy Medical and Suraicnl tre...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 March 1877

] I H. KITTREDGE k CO., St'CCKSSORK TO JOHN 1,. IIAL] M Manufacturers of tied Dealers in DOORS. WINDOWS I WINDOW WEIGHTS, CORDS AND PULLEYS, WIIOI.ESALK AND RkTAIL. > Have one of the largest and Best Stocks, which we offer at Low Prices. for Catalogue of Prices. Hand 13 California Street.) and sSan Francisco 114 and In> Market Street.) P.O. Box ATI ! GRAND REDUCTION IN PRICES. 31. SHORT, Having just received a Large Invoice of WEST OF ENGLAND GOODS, Therefore informs his patrons that he will manuI facture CLOTHINO TO ORDER at the Lowest i CASH I'KH'E for the nest sixty Hays: Dress Suits to Order, - $25 Pants to Order, - ■ ■ $6 Dress Suits to Order, 35 to $50 j Commercial St., cor. Leidesdorff, AUD ' 2Vo. G Koaxxiy Street, san FRANCISCO. STANDARD GOODS. Reduction in Prices. Donnolly's Yeast Powder. Callaghan's do. do., & 5 lb. tins, i Callaghan's Cream Tartar. I Callaghan's Eng. Bi-Carb. Soda. Callaghan's English Saleratus. English Bi-Carb. Soda in k...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 March 1877

POWDER ASK YOUR UROCEB FOR IT. WALL PAPERS WINDOW SHADES. Orders from the Interior promptly and carefully ttended to and forwarded C O. D. on receipt of meas urement. (Send height, length and hreadlh.) IMI'OKTKIC OK PAPER HANGINGS, WINDOW SHADE,. AN I) SHADE MATERIALS. JTOHIV .T. MAJOR, (Successor to Wm H. Pktkuhi. 115 MARKET STREET, (Between Third aud Fourth.', s.»x I'hancisio. Dividend Notice, No. 7. C IOI.I.ATFH 11. !,«»»> «HB KAYEXOM j Bank, corner Post c.nd Eea-ny KtrteM, s.m Francisco. The regular monthly dividend of Two per cent for February. iSTT, is declared, payable March sth, to stockholders of record February 271h. 1877. F. S. I'AItTKR, Secretary. Collateral Loan and Sayings Bant, (10KNKR POST AND KEARNY STREETS. j San Francisco.—subscriptions for a portion of the reserved shares of the Collateral Loan and Savings Hank will he received until further notice at the Hank at 813 per share. The shares of this Bank will continue to pay dividends of TWO PKK t'K.VT PE...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 11 April 1877

THE LIVERMORE HERALD. VOL. I. LIVERMORE, ALAMEDA COUNTY, CAL., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 1877. NO. 11.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 11 April 1877

Dressing Foot-hot, A cheap and efheaeious remedy for foot-rot i' sheep is requested by an Ontario cour. y subscriber. "The sharp knife is indispensable, but something to apply after is desirable.'" Mix an ounce of finely powdered copperas in a pound of tar and smear the sores after all looserietfhorn has been removed* Tf the tar is objected to. mix an ounce of oil of vitrol in four ounces of water and apply with a feather or brush. ——-—*■ "Why should we celebrate Washington's birthday more than mine?' asked a teacher. "Because « c never told.'* i lie," shouted a little boy.

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IN THE CHURCHYARD AT TARRYTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 11 April 1877

IN THE CHURCHYARD AT TARRYTOWN. Here lies the gentle humorist, who died In the bright Indisn summer of bis fame ' A simple stone, with but a dass and name. Marks his secluded resting place beside i The river that he loved and glorified. "Here in the autumn of his days he came. Bat the dry leaves of earth were all sflame With tints that brightened and were multiplied. • I How sweet a life was his; how sweet a death ! Living to wing with mirth the weary hours. Or with romantic tales the heart to cheer; I j Dying, to leave a memory like the breath • I Of summers full of sunshine and ol showers, A grit f and gladness in the .atmosphere. • I — Longfellow.

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LOVE'S REVEIL. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 11 April 1877

LOVE'S REVEIL. JOHN SHEBHAN. Lave in a lethargy once slept A Week without awaking ; And day and night his mother wept. As if her heart were, breaking. The Grac s pinched the "boy in vain : He never felt their stinging : They sang to him a Paphisn strain : He slept through all their sinking. To Jove at length the goddess soared. Most miserably crying. " Oh, save my son, Heaven's uaiglity Lord ! The God of Love is dying !" " To earth," said Jove, " once more repair. And cease your cries and weeping ; A friendly leech will meet you there. Who'll cure Love's ovt r-sleeping." Venus flew back ; the Loy was free ; For Jove, on special mission, nad sent him green-eyed Jealousy, Juno's own state physician. j The cure, much worse than tlie disease, Olympus shook with laughter ; I For love was never at his.ease. And never blumbcred after.

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{ Tim Burlin's Experience. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 11 April 1877

{ Tim Burlin's Experience. E. E. STERNS. Tim Burlin`s Experience I "I've done it!" "Done what, Tim?" inquired I. "Advertised for a wife!" My old friend Timothy Burlin hung up his hat aa ho made this portentous ; declaration, and then calmly sat down at his desk, opposite mine, in one of the cozy private offices of tho Stromboli ! Insurance Company. Ho wore a resoluto air, as if ho had made up his mind to defy criticism, hut I did not scruple ■ to exclaim: "You haven't made such a fool of yourself !" "Mr. Morris," said ho in a severe j ; tone, "this is a serious business, and I I will thank yon to be civil—if possible— I and to read that." \ With these words he handed me a ! copy of his favorite newspaper, the New York Tktily Trumpet, and pointed ; I to the following modest notico under j j the matrimonial head: VNV RE8MCC tA BUE AND (JOOD-I.OOKINU : young lady, who can be satisfied with honest I I devotion and a moderate income, may address, Inclosing photograph, ilurlefgh, Box 21, ...

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