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Town Council. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 July 1880
Town Council. Board met Wednesday evening last pursuant to adjournment. Minutf sof previous meetings, June 7th, aud July sth, read and approved. Report of Town Justice for month of June, received, and placed on file. Bills were allowed, as follows: Hort &gt;n &amp; Kennedy, blanks, $34 20 R. W. Graham, fees, : 6 00 L. Hilton, salary, &amp; c, : 56 50 E. Aubury, salary, : 15 00 F. A. Anthony, salary, 10 00 T, D. Phelps, salary, : : 65 00 Trustee Aylward, of the Fire aud Water Committee, reported that the L. H.&amp;L. Co. wished to sell its property to tbe Town Trustee Mendenhall was appointed a member of this Committee, to fill tbe vacancy caused by the absence of Mr. Kennedy, and committee instructed to again confer with both companies, re* garding the best means of making the Department more effectiye, and to ascer* tain what the H. &amp;L. Co. will take for their property. Trustee Mendenhall, of the committee on highways, reported a d mgerou...
MARRIED. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 July 1880
MARRIED. McLeod Barber.— In Copperopolis, June 10th, by Wm. Tait, J. P.. Mr. James McLeod, of Knight's Ferry, to Miss Lou. A. Barber, of Copperopolis. Wxymouth—Sawyer—ln Guilford Maine. June 5, by Henry Hudson, Esq.. Mr. Edwin D, Weymouth and Miss Lizzie M. Sawyer, both of Guilford.
EDITORIAL TRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 July 1880
EDITORIAL TRAMS. GENERAL DE9CRIPTIO H OF TO SEMITE ! VALLEY. —FIRST DAY DISAPPOINTMENTS. —HOW THEY ARE CCRKD. —CP THE VALLEY—SKETCHES BY THE WAY. TbeYo Semite Valley is a deep, and wide flssuie or gorge in the Sierra Nevada mountains, within twenty-flye miles of their summit, and lying nearly due east from San Francisco. Tbe Valley, proper, is abo ut eight miles in length, by from half a mile, to a mile and quarter in width, exclusive of the debris under its mountain walls. Its total area embraces 8,480 acres, 3,109 of which is a level meadow land. Tbe altitude of the bottom or meado* land of tbe Valley, is 4,000 feet above the sea; while on ether side the walls—which are of a beautiful gray granite of many shades—rise to the height of from 3,800 to 5,000 feet above the meadow. Over these magnificent walls leap numerous waterfalls from 400 to 2.600 feet in height, and from the mere thread of milky foam, which dissolves into spray, and is swayed to and fro by tbe lightest breeze, to ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 July 1880
An oriental traveler describes this busy scene, witnessed on historic shores: "Our steamer lnnded on a oeach which was the port of Antioch, where the disciples were first called Curistians. There was no town at the water's edge, no people, no wharf, l ite p**sni£ers and the merchandise were pet ashore m lighters, which ran up into the sand. A troop of ca.ue.s, with their drivers, lay en the beach. rea**y to transfer the. goods into she interior. Among the articles bmJeu were boxes marked "Dr. J. C. Ateb &amp; C&lt;... Lowell. Mass.. U.S. A.,* »ho\ing that they contained medicines and whence they came. These with other goods were hoaUcd on the backs of cam - els, for transportation to Antioch. Thus the skill of fie West sends back its remedies to heal t!ie maladies of pupuialions that inhabit those Eastern shores, whence our si&gt;ii itaai manna came," —W:usdor(Vt) Chronicle. For Sale! At Aylward'e Blackamitfc Shop, a flrst-clsea Header, coarly new. Will he au...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 July 1880
LOCAI/XtmCKS. Genuine buckskin harvest gloves of ail : descriptions at Gorner's. * v Keystone's rubber and buckskin lined, whips are the best aud most durable. For salt? at Goi ner's * For a good pair of driving or working glove*, go to Goiner. * Harris* and saadles made out of first cmss sroek iv a workmau-iiae manner and warranted, at Corner s. * Horton 4tr Kennedy's pumps are the best. Buy no «fh/" * duress, Hoi ton Jc Kennedy. Livermore. Cal. * Messrs. Horton A Kennedy's Enterprise Pn'f.v Wiudm... is too we.l known in :ms neiaily to need an enumerHiu'ii of . tsgood point* Theretsscarce! y a miii ofahy o.ber mak? in the Valley, white the Emei prtseia seen on every hand. H«irton «fe Kennedy. Livermore, Cal. * Tbe mer.ts of Messrs u orton &amp; Kenne dy'a Enterprise Windmuls are too weil known in h.s vicin.ty to need special mention. The fact tnat no other miil can be sold here is procf positive of its excellence. * Gen NaeVe Brandy, strictly pure, for lor saie t&gt...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 July 1880
C. P U. tt TUII4 UVERMORB DIVISION. Passenger trains leave Livermore Station as follows: GOING WEST. I GOISO EAST. 6:10 A. M.! 9:50 A. M. 115:15 M. 2:56 P. M.| NOTICE! /V rumor having gotten abroad, to 111 the effect thai lam about to leave Livermore, I would hereby state that such is uot the case. Dressmaking and pattren. cutting a specialy at my residence, Second street, Livermore. Mas. R. B. Campbell jy 8, Bm. Pre-Emption Declaratory Statement. Laud Omca, / Bam F*akci»co. V Juki. 28th. 1880. S Notice ia hereby given that the following named settler hat filed notice of his intention to make final proof in auppnrt of his claim, and secure final entry thereof at this oflice on Wednesday, Aupust 11. 1880. via: Romualdo Valencocla, Horaeaiead Application No IuOS for the a Hof n w \ of sec 4, tp as, r 2 east. MD M. and names the following aa his witnesses, vis: Frodora R. Evan* of Pleasanton, P. U., and Jose Dolores Higuera, J uaa Gome* and Jesus Gomes of Livermore, P. 0., all of Alame...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 July 1880
LIVERMORE COLLEGE Jr. D Smith, • • Principal Livermore California. HORTON &amp; KENNEDY, Managers for the Pacific Coast for the mar ufacturers of Enterprise Self* Regulating Winam4U* t Perkins Patent; Enterprise Feed Miilfe, Pumps Cultivators, etc, etc., etc. General Office and supplies Livermore Alameda county, Cal. jP. O Bex 125. CURTIS 11. LINDLEY, Attorney at Law, ana Notary Public LIVERMORE, CALIFORNIA. decB-ly R. W. GRAHAM, Justice of the Peace and Cob veyancer. Special Attention paid to Real Estate Transaction and collecting A vent for the Royal of Liverpool, and Norwich Union Fire Insurance company UVERMORB, CAL dCClOtf G. BENTON JARRETT, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON omci: opposite odd fellows' hall livermorf. cal. ELLIOTT AUBTJRY, Office first St. next Odd Fellow's Hall Will practice in all the Courts of the State. J. R. PALMER, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. - AND NOTARY PUBIC* PLEABANTON, ALAMEDA CO.. CAL. Prompt attention given to the preparation of legal papers...
SAN FRANCISCO ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 July 1880
SAN FRANCISCO ITEMS. Tbe Supremo Court has adjourned until July 19th. The exact population of the city is not known yet. Gas is likely to cost only $2.70 per thousand feet hereafter. Mayor Kalloch is enjoying a week's vacation at Litton Springs. There is to be a cable railroad over Montgomery Avenue aad Union streets. SeveDty-fonr persons were arrested for drankeness on last Saturday and Sunday. Key. W. H. Milbnrn. the "Blind Orator," preached at the First Presbyterian Church last Sabbath. Tbe total rainfall for the season of 1879- 80, which closed on tbe 30th ultimo, amounted to 25.11 inchesA new steamship of 500 tons burthen is being built for tbe Gulf of California steamship Company. On the 19th inst. the Free Public Library will be permanently opened to the public as a circulating library. Rev. W. H. Milburn, the blind preacher, is in tbe city again, having come to spend a couple of months on this coast. The Poundkeeper reports 4:&gt;7 dogs impounded during the past mont...
NEWS SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 July 1880
NEWS SUMMARY. General Grant and wife are on a tour in Kansas and farther West. Tbe census returns give the city of Louisville, &lt; Ky.,) 126,655 population. The Annual Conference of the Mormons began at Salt Lake City, July 3d. Francis Auguste Bonheur, the painter, and younger brother of Kosa Bonheur, is dead. The Powers nave consented to the establishment of religious freedom ia MoroccoThe public dent statement for the month will probably show a decrease of 12,000,000. A telegram from Montevideo reports that peace has been cone luded at Buenos Ayers. A dispatch from Cape Town says that ExEmpress Eugenic has embarked for England. At Olean, iN. V.) the other day, lightning struck a '25,000 barrel oil tank, which was burnt. The official return of the census Supervisor shows the populattan of Philadelphia to be 847,54-2. At the Yale commencement the honorary degree of Doctor of Laws was conferred on President Hayes. The latest census reports of the population of Chicago make i...
SAN FRANCISCO MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 July 1880
SAN FRANCISCO MARKET. FLOUR—The market is quiet and ste»dy. The new year, just begun, brings with it promise of a better tone at no distant day. The last China snd Panama steamers exported quite liberally, and for the near appreaching months it is believed the demand will be good. We quote, Superfine common, 3.?0053 62% Superfine, f3 75054 50; extra superfine, |4 12H954 25; choice and extra choice, $5 S7%os ; Oregon, good to choice, $4 750 $5 00. WHEAT—At this date last year the situation as compared with to-day was as follows: 1879. 1880. Liv. quotations, Sssd@9s3d. %3d09 £ 6 1 Freight rates, 450505. 55060s Local market, $1.0001.62%. $1.4001.50 The prices above are for spot lots of average California in Liverpool, and for good to choice shipping in this city. There is very little doing, and transactions are confined to a very uarrow channel. A few lots of choice old milling have been sold during the week for $1.57 X. Gilt edge has brought $1.00, and a few lots were purchased for sp...
Mistakes and Prejudice of Religious and Temperance Journals. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 July 1880
Mistakes and Prejudice of Religious and Temperance Journals. Some good Religious and Temperance journals are making the mistake of declining to advertise a most valuable anti-in-toxicaiing medicine, simply' because it is called " Bitters," while the same journals are making a greater mistake by advertising some drunken whiskey stuff, or nostrum, because it has some nice, fancy deceptive name ending with "cine," "tine," printed on its label, when the bottle is filled with destruction, drunkenness and death. If these good journals will take the trouble to ascertain how many overworked clergymen have had their lost nerve-force, brain-waste and flagging energies restored by the use of Hop Bitters, enabling them to perform their arduous pastoral duties and preach the good sermons that they would have been totally unable to do but for this valuable medicine, and did these journals but know of the host of good Christian Temperance women who rely on them for their family medicine, and how m...
Catarrh a Specialty. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 July 1880
Catarrh a Specialty. $500 Reward—Catarrh Cure. Some people would rather be humbugged than to get" value received" for their money. Hence it is that such persons run after this and that pretended cure for catarrh, forgetting Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy is so positive in its effects, that its former proprietor advertised it for years throughout the United States under a positive guarantee, offering $500 reward for an incurable case and was never called upon to pay this reward except in two cases. This remedy has acquired such a fame that a branch office has been established iv London, England, to supply the foreigu demand for it. Sold by druggists at 50 cents. UNABLE TO BREATHE THROUGH gOSX. PORTLAND VTLLE, /own, I March llth, 1879. j Dr. R. V. Pierce: Bear Sir— Some time ago I bought a Douche, some of your Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy and Golden Medical Discovery and commenced to use them. The aches aud pains as well as sore throat aud catarrh from which 1 have been for so long a time a s...
The Robertson Process [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 July 1880
The Robertson Process For working rebellious ores is remarkable for its simplicity and cheapness. No other method ia known which so completely reduces rebellious gold and silver ores to the same condition as free milling ore. Parties who have the machinery for pulverizing and amalgamating can erect a suitable furnace for using tbe Robertson Process at a cost of from #1,000 to $1,500, according to capacity required. For full particulars address John A. Robertson, the patentee, P. O. box 552, Oakland, Cal.
An Unusual Record. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 July 1880
An Unusual Record. The life of Mr. 11. H. Warner,of Rochester, N. V., was saved by the Safe Kidney and Liver Cure, which now (tears bis name. What this wonderful, remedy did for him it has done for thousands, and, we believe, will continue io do for those tffiicted with kidney, liver and urinary troubles of any kind. If any reader has any organic trouble, this remedy will prove "a ftiend in need." J. W. ShaefferA Co., 321 ami 323*8acramento St., San Francisco, employ no drummers. Cigars sold very cheap.
One Experience from Many. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 July 1880
One Experience from Many. I had been sick and miserable so long and had caused my husband so much trouble and expense, no one seemed to know what ailed me, that I was completely disheartened and discouraged. Iv this frame or mind I got a bottle of ITop Bitter 6 and used them unknown to my family. I soon began to improve and gained so fast that my husband and family thought it strange and unnatural, but when I told them what had helped me, they said, "Hurrah for Hop Bitters ! Long may they prosper, foj- they have made mother well and" us happy."— The Mother.
Lippincott's Gazeteer. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 July 1880
Lippincott's Gazeteer. A new and revisea euuioii 01 jAppincuu * Gazeteer of the World has been Issued by the publishers, J. B. Lippincott &amp; Co., Philadelphia. The original edition has been so thoroughly recast, rewritten and enlarged as to give to the present publication almost the character ol a new work. It is one of the completest, most comprehensive and exhaustive books extant. The range and variety of information contained within its 2,493 pages is simuly marvelous.
Schoenholz Bros. & Co., [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 July 1880
Schoenholz Bros. &amp; Co., 110 and 112 Sixth St., corner of Mission, beg Lo notify their country patrons of their now complete line of Children's German Knit Hosiery in excellent quality and at lowest possible rates. They are also willing to send a price list to anybody desiring one, a&amp; also samples of Laces, Ribbons, Dress Goods, Silks, Satins, Fringes, Gimps, White Goods, Embroideries, etc., and invite all parties visiting the city to inspect their well-selected and cheap stock of all classes of dry goods.
Ear Specialist. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 July 1880
Ear Specialist. J. A. Hunter, M. I&gt;., devotes special attention to diseases of the Head, Threat, and Cheat, embracing Catarrh, Deafness, Sore Throat, Bronchitis, Asthma, Consumption, Heart Affections, etc. All letters of inquiry will receive attention. Otlice o'-il Sutter street, San Francisco.