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Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich., [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 July 1880

Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich., Will send their celebrated Electro-Voltaic Belts to the addicted upon :> J days' trial. Speedy cures guaranteed. They mean what they say. Write to them without delay.

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Furniture. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 July 1880

Furniture. Jew and second-hand at auction prices. H. Suhellhaas', 11th St., Odd Fellows' Building, Oakland, Cal. Couutry orders promptly all v tided to. Among the little items of personal comfort and economy are Ayer's Pills. They are the icady remedy which defeat many disorders, if taken ia season, and should be kept iv every family. All Photographs made at the New York Gallery No. «5 Third St., S. F., are guaranteed to be firstclass. Prices to suit the limes. J. H. Pktkbs & Co.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 July 1880

P. N. P. Co. (New Series), No. 123 Cwneei-n v sj..-. :.iU> without lite Unite or excitlug |iitlii. Ur, Covk, VS4 n»u frauvUen, / IAKLASD'S VKUKTABLK (OI'UH VJ Uropti, the greatest known letnedy for all 'throat anu Lung Complaints. t<n »ale by all druggists National Surgical Institute ( Western Division), Bia Hush St.. s. IT. Devoted 10 the treatment »f uripplea, Piles, Fistula, *c. Send for circulars. MOXTUOMKItY N Temperance Hotel, 'Hi aud i 2) Second St., S. W. Hoard and Koom per day, 7..C to 91; |>er week t4 to *5. Six uieal tickets, fi. baggage to and from Hoi i tree. MANUFACTURER OF OAK LEATHER BELTING AND LACING •.. r. t»«-tt«>u. iv rremout st., san Praaciaco. CALIFORNIA BUCK OR GOAT "|few Gloves, cheapest and best. VV. — SUC Market St., San FranCisco. Send for price list. HM Prink* MT K r '" U:lk Tanuedpfl T| 1112 ■ 111 UUUlVLeather aud Hose.PtU I 11111 Belt lacing. Mall, Express and Bullion Bags, factory and otUce, 415 Market St., ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 July 1880

COLD MINING. «rr«»tlv reduced. San Francisco Gold. Silver and Nickel Plating Warranted tb* best made. " Works MS and aSS Ml»»l»« Delwc K. «. l»St»MIl»TOSr, Proprietor. for clrcnlar. ATCH. The New Preminm Hjjjij) AN AMERICA N ofubedbv Stem-Winding ik owk Watch. The above cut is the exact size of the Watch offered by us, and will give a correct idea of its i tvle I is not a toy, but a m,/ watch, that, according to actual experiments made S us, will keep time as accurately as a P. 8. Bartlett-Waltham movement. It has an open face of heavy cut-crystal through which Children can see the movement and " the wheels go round." It is a stem-winder having a stop-work which prevents its being damaged by overwinding, aid is Thoroughly protected from dust to which key-winders are exposed. * It has a long thin main-spring, four times the length of an ordinary spring, which will not break; every one being calculated toout-wear the watch. Its case is made of beautified, highly polished, silvered met...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 July 1880

THE LIVERMORE HERALD. 11ST ALL THINQ-S. XIST NOTHINO. VOL. VII. LIVERMORE, ALAMEDA COUNTY. CAL., THURSDAY, JULY 15. 1880. no. ys.

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The Teeth and Disease. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 July 1880

The Teeth and Disease. A full set of teeth is necessary to proper mastication. Digestion largely depends upon mastication, as mastication mixes the food with saliva —itself a digestive fluid—and thoroughly separates the particles so that the other digestive fluids—the gastric juice, the bile and the intestinal fluids-may readily act on them. Decayed teeth fill the in-breathed air with putrid particles. Bad teeth often cause boils, collections of hardened wax in the ear, ringing of the ears {tinnitus aurium) , and deafness in various degrees. A large amount of distress, both in the teeth and in the ear, is frequently occasioned by the decay of the flrst tooth of the permanent set—the sixth grinder (molar.) So strong is the sympathetic connection between the teeth and the ears, that the condition of the former greatly affects the latter, especially in childhood, the period of marked" inflammatory tendency in the various glands of the mouth. Dr. Samuel Sexton has made the faots a speci...

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Mine Schildhood, [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 July 1880

Mine Schildhood, BY THE AL'THOHOF' LKSDLS TAWCuB SriUUM." Der chiltron ds>y yas po it in p :d> All tacked oup for der night; 1 dakes mine pipe der mantle off, Und py der fireside prigut I dinks aboudt vhea I vas young— Of moder, who vas lead, Und how at night—like Ido Haul— Sue tacked meoap is pod. I mind tme off mine fader, too, Und how he yoost so say: " Poor poy! you haf a hardt oldt row To hoe, und leedle play!" I find meoudt dot it vasdrue Vot mine oldt fader said, Vhile smoodhingdown mine fiaxin hair Und tncking me In ped. Dear oldt folks! Id vas like a dbraaui To shpeak of dhem like dot. Gretcheu und I vas " oldt folks " aow, Und haf two achiltren got. Ye lofes dhem moro as nefer vaa. Each leedle curly head, Und efry nigudt ye dakes dhem oup Uad tucks dhem in dheir ped. Badt dhen, som<=dimes, vhen I feels plue Und all dings lonesome seem, I vish I vo3 dot poy again, Uud dis vas all a dhream. I vant to kiss mine moder vence, Und vhen mine braye...

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The Doctor's Story. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 July 1880

The Doctor's Story. I had just returned from a late visit to a patient, and was glancing over a note left in my absence, when the night bell rang. It was past eleven o'clock, and the ofiice-boy being gone, I tossed aside the note and went to the door, where I found a dark-featured man who wish-id me to go to the bedside of a wounded friend. I took down my surgical case, and accompanied the stranger to the street. The latter called a hack from the next corner. "It's a long way to walk," he explained, " and the moments are precious." As I took my seat inside, he gave the driver hid instructions which I failed to overhear, and then took his place at my side. " I trust yoa will pardon me," he said, when we had gone a little distance; "it is through no distrust I offer the suggestion, but it may relieve you from answering embarrassing questions in the future if you will suffer your eyes to be bandaged till we reach our destination. You need have no fears, I assure you." I hesitated for a...

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A Strange Case. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 July 1880

A Strange Case. Paul Kunkel died at York, Pennsylvania, last week, at the age of 79. He is not the first person who has died at the age of 79, either iv York or New York, but his death recalls his life, and especially that part of it which several years ago came very near being the death of him. In 1849, on walking from Baltimore home, he encountered a stranger at Parkton, Maryland, who aocompanied him to York and stayed several days with him, exchanging various articles—umbrellas and wearing apparel, nearly new, for old and worthless ones. The day after the stranger's departure Kunkel was arrested for tho murder of an old lady at Parkton. He was tried and convicted. He had been seen in Parkton the morning after the murder, and the murdered woman's umbrella, shoes, and wearing apparel were found in his house. He was so stunned by the accusation, that his faculties forsook him for the space of more than two months, and it was only within eight days of the time of his execution that h...

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Invention For the Preservation of Life at Sea. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 July 1880

Invention For the Preservation of Life at Sea. The question of absolute safety on the Sound or ocean steamers is likely to be answered sooner than was expected. A patent has recently been issued, and is only waiting a proper opportunity to be developed, which is believed to meet all the conditions of safety, and is likely to rob the sea of many of its horrors. It is a floating vessel, in the shape of an inverted balloon, whioh is entirely covered, the entrance being by a man-hole in the upper part, reaohed from a platform wholly surrounding the vessel, and from which small iron ladders drop down to the water. Inside, arranged around the widest parts, are seats and berths, and under the oovered bottom is a space for provisions. Ventilation is provided for by an ingenious and novel device. The boa* is adapted for shoal or deep water by a ballast weight which is raised or lowered from within. It is furnished with keel und rudder. Its peculiar feature is its method of motion. This is au...

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The Battery Park. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 July 1880

The Battery Park. Years and years ago, the oldest inhabitant and books oa the subject will tell you, the Battery was the fashionable promenade for the wealthy people who dwelt in the aristocratic; mansions surrounding it. In that dingy-looking building that skirts the turn at State street, where the walk in front is covered with the filth from Broadway omnibuses whirling by, where nothing is heard but the cries and orders of the merchant and nncouth porter, where all is the hurly burly of business, the dust and confusion of buying and selling, was danced the stately minuet, was eaten the grand supper, presided over by some ban vivant, who looked from his place at the head of the elegant repast upon the tightly fitting silk or the wonderfully accurately tied neckerchief of the grand lady and pompous gentleman of the old school. At night the flour barrels make retreating places for the rats that scurry about in their little game of hide-and-seek, but in those ancient days the same spo...

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Recollections of the Caravan. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 July 1880

Recollections of the Caravan. " When I was a youngster," remarked Mr. Smiley, as he stood gazing at the bill board, "they used to have ' caravans.' Them were to some purpose. I remember old 'Bets,' the first elephant that ever crossed the Atlantic. They used to travel with her in the night and show her next day in the tavern barn. She was a sensible old critter. She didn't try to make an aorobat of herself and balance on the top of a cider barrel. Not much. She took all the peanuts and cookies and wiped the fellows across the face who gave her plug tobacco. She tended strictly to business. But I was speaking of ' caravans.' They always had their show in the tents and not on the fences with colored pictures. Lions and tigers and monkeys and rhinoceroses used to interest the boys then without any perversion of the Scripture quotations such as they have now-a-days. I'd give a nine-pence to see such a show again, but I never shall." And turning away from the deceitful pictures with a si...

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The Boot. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 July 1880

The Boot. Tbe obstinate survival of the human boot has long been a subject of amazement to the student ef social customs. At the present moment, while the thermometer is among the nineties, and ManitoVa ia sending not waves in all directions, thousands of comparatively intelligent men are wearing boots that heat their feet and legs ornelly and unnecessarily. They wear boots merely because previous generations of men living under peculiar conditions found boots useful. This is the dullest and most inexcusable kind of conservatism. The boot was originally an outside article of dress. In earlier days Europe was terribly muddy, and trousers and stockings were costly. The male European, therefore, wore boots with enormously long legs. By this means he protected his lower garments from mud and kept his feet comparatively dry. With tbe progress of civilization the mud of Europe dried up. Weather bureaus were established which continually prophesied areas of rain and frequent local showers....

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From Dover to Calais with Modern Improvements. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 July 1880

From Dover to Calais with Modern Improvements. I crossed the Channel on the newfangled steamer, the Calais-Douvres, and may as well announce at once that her pretensions of affording immunity from sea sickness to passengers are utterly unfounded. Thanks to my pursuance of the formula of Dr. Fordyoe Barker, of New York, which is simply to lie down before you become ill, and keep in the recumbent posture during the whole journey, long or short, I am never sea-sick; but I cannot imagine any passage with no greater amount of wind than we encountered to be much more wretohed than that we experienced on the Calais-Douvres. She is an odd-looking oraft, with four smokestacks, two on each side, an invention whioh I shall not adopt when I build my prospective steam yacht, thank you, because the double engine communicates to the boat a most unpleasant motion of its own, and one which I should think quite capable of breeding sea-sickness in the very calmest weather. Her advantages are that she ...

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Use Your Eyes. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 July 1880

Use Your Eyes. A remarkable proof of the barm lessnese of using glasses, even a single glass, is furnished by watoh-makers who appear to enjoy an enviable immunity from eye diseases. It is uneom mon to see a watchmaker in an op thalmio hospital. The habitual exercise of the eye upon flue work tends to the development and preservation of its powers. This is in analogy to the truth now getting currency that brainwork is necessary to physical health. This idea is developed in this remarkable passage from a book by Robert Brudenell Garter, on " Eyesight, Good and Bad:" ** The man who would preserve the full integrity of his functions to a ripe old age must avoid excesses of every description, and must endeavor to employ the higher faoulties of bia mind somewhat more energetically than ia now always customary. A time comes to every one when the physical powers begin to decay, and then, unless tiie brain has been kept active and recipient by exercise, there is nothing left to live, and th...

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Census Taking. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 July 1880

Census Taking. Some of the census-takers of the city of New York have finished their work and declare that they wouldn't engage in it again for any amount of money. Tbe abuso, the assaults, the toil, in some oases, the filth, squalor, misery and suffering in others, whioh they encountered, were dearly bought with the pay they received. The greatest difficulties were encountered among the rich snd fashionable people, who evidently thought that the desire of the Government to oount them in with the common herd, was an insult to their purse-proud distinction. They would refuse to give information, and, when obliged to confront the enumerator and the law, would denounce both in language whioh showed that their wealth had done nothing to refine them. They often gave instruction to their servants to furnish no information, and, from their elegant apartments, would have themselves excused on account of indisposition, compelling the enumerator to call several times before accomplishing his ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 July 1880

Th* water supply of o.tr town is j ttow becoming very scant, and the i Presideat i f the Company, Mr. Ay IWard, has decided to oarry out to the letter, -he rote forbidding the use of standing irrigations, or of any irriiratio'i, whatever, at or between Ihe BOOTS ot 11 a. M. and 1 v. if. during the day. Any infringement of these rules will he otomptlv tollowee by deprivnl of nil use of tho water. but i* just, under tue milf MWlteftirnft X » charge Ims ever been mads by the Compaaj tor water t.>r irrigating purposes, and the rules now sought to He entered are simp. 7 a portion of the *<r'eemeut made with the Comp.: . . by the consumer, upon the iutrudnctiou of water outo his premises. \\ bea •rater was plenty, the Compauy never saw til to euforee tl:e=o rules; 'at lh* '>rrs«at stringency compels them to ?o do. The safety ot" our l . ATi. >v ea <> ot five, it absoiotelv n«ee«.snrv that this order be Oiir Board 0l Town Tr...

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Tlio 8feU IVxt Books [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 July 1880

Tlio 8feU IVxt Books Ks. lutrdn. R<«t»U Aypieton*' F;r*t K**«ier - ifeM $ 1* $ M * i^oconJ " Kr*# .30 .*» TWrd " - Fieo M Fourth " - Frt»<« » •<** Kirth >* - Ft** t.ti (McOufl j • - tth Reader will X rtcehMd In *xca*i>«t *<• s» Fi-;t> > Jfli.ac*« K.t-s V.i V.r.--"o • .15 lli:n«> S«*oad >'< i r»crWtt, ->■•■• * * v » • ' ' ' ft Ifctatoa A sscrtba«> i ers can be HNtdfe ea follows McOaaVa FWrtaad M»i >«** P« S»<K\MUI aud for M V '-JOU * il- <« «|%trd «* for Apv <• t » Ffearvaaad** fur A v >j»eu* » F oh A»r ArfthmeJic ta »** *nd Ue f**r Jlnse * Fvw. Acta-. - . !n a«« aad »3e rot » rTSv •• Ac> l*< cranio a * ? sod 3ftc for Harper* laAnr Owe»ap*Mi M * A>c * Depots lor ">Ue eX> i - .'and iu?r woid ana'a > s. spcuer ana pay* w F. Ma...

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Indeersion. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 July 1880

Indeersion. *N'*t lana'*h*tt* u;v-r. the tVx*4fl Atwissl one half the huM there £?ew v \ . ** t.^v." F til s •• i and frail * fhusae aa seetaed. For Ban -4*.i-toro Tre wled from **» Will mR you far fixxu sin.-re. ■* Tfce* m akt tee. signed *ai? let the *" I passed *|r*ia; t** **!P v ' rv * 1 *»afikt w :fe <..-.i»»ef A ?d «or ske? dark k«J? fer at a**. Her waUe sail ok ttet L»f» «p iav,xa«K.i*»*l sails, cfi >o*t£ itawte thine i *te oar; Wecaatatpema ia *kesca: We nx ttpeo Ure a\w,

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