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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 July 1880

LIVERMORE COLLEGE J, D Smith, - • Principal Livermore California HORTON & KENNEDY, for the Pacific Coast tor the man ufacturers of Enterprise Self' llegulating H'imtmilts f Perkins Patent; Enterprise Feed Mills, Pumps Cultivutors, etc, etc., etc. General Office aud supplies Livermore Alamedu county, Cal. [P. O Bex 125. CURTIS H. LINDLEY, Attorney at Law, and Notary Public LI VERMOSS, CALIFORNIA. deeB-ly R. W. GRAHAM, Justice of the Peace and Con veyancerSpecial Attention paid to Real Estate Transaction and collecting Apent for the Royal of Liverpool, and Norwich Union Fire Insurance company LIVKKMOBE, CAL, fteclfltf G. BENTON JARRETT, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SUBGEON, OFFICE: OPPOSITE ODL» FELLOWS' HALL. LIVERMORF. CAL. ELLIOTT At'BURY, laa je_l, Office hist 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, PLEASANTUN, ALAMEDA CO.. CAL. Prompt attention given to the preparation of legal ...

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SAN FRANCISCO ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 July 1880

SAN FRANCISCO ITEMS. The cost of street sweeping is to be $48 per mile. The public schools were all reopened on last Monday. The tax levy in this oity is finally fixed at $1.67 en the $100. The Board of Supervisors have finally fixed the gas rate at $2.70. Real estate in Saa Franoieoo and suburbs seems to be more lively. There were 18 fires in the city in Jane, re* suiting in the burning of 23 buddings. Tbe polics arrests on two days, including the 4th, were 808, of whieb 115 were drunks. There were 85 deaths in the oity last week, as against 93 for the corresponding of week last ysar. Some thieves who wished tbe sexton's clothes, revolver, etc., broke Into Trinity Church one night not long ago. The Young Men's Garfield Club of tbe Thirteenth Senatorial district held a meeting, last Thursday evening,at Humboldt Hall. Seme men employed by the California Transportation Company, who are reoeiviog $86 per month, strnok recently for $40. The Governor has Issued a commission to J. L. Tuar...

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NEWS SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 July 1880

NEWS SUMMARY. Oen. Hancock's wife is said to be a Roman Catholic. Merino has been elected President of San Domingo. The census of St. Louis has been completedThe total population is 240,000. The population of St. Paul, Minn., is 41,619, an Increase of 108 per cent in ten years. Reports indicate that Irish peasants are arming themselves to resist the landlords. George, the King of Greece, has been in London and Berlin on his way to St. Petersburg. A magnificent rain in New York stopped the celebration of the Fourth, but made conflagrations Impossible. All beverages, including wines and liquors, are to pay an additional tax of 15 per cent In tariff duties in Cuba hereafter. By a vete of two to one the Swiss Canton of Geneva has rejected the proposition for the separation of church aad State. One hundred and ten magistrates of France have resigned rather than enforce the religious decrees against the Jesuits. There is to be a public meeting In London to protest against the erection of ...

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SAN FRANCISCO MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 July 1880

SAN FRANCISCO MARKET. FLOLR—Receipts are light: supplies, while not excessive, are ample. There Is a fair local and a good export demand. Transactions are small, and the market Is quiet and steady at unchanged quotations. The undertone Indicates more activity at no remote day. We quote, Superfine common, S.-o®s3 62>{ guperllne, 43 75® #4 su; extra superfine, #4 121*014 23; choice and extra choice, 15 57>f®$ ; Oregon, good to choice, $4 75i0 «5 Ou. WHEAT—At this date last year the situation as compared with to-day was as follows: 1879. 1880. Liv. quotations, B&sd®9s3d. 9sß J®9.-61 Freight rates, 45@505. 55®u0s Local market, $1.60®1.62)£. $1.40® 1.50 The prices above are for spot lots of average California iv Liverpool, and fur good to choice shipping in this city. The new crop is beginning to come In slowly, the first receipt of note being -<.O,OUO sacks at Mission Rock warehouse the early part of last week. The sales thus far have been fe...

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WONDERFUL POPULARITY OF THE RENOWNED MEDICINE. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 July 1880

WONDERFUL POPULARITY OF THE RENOWNED MEDICINE. The Greatest Curative Success of the Age—A Voice from the People. No uirdluine introduceu to the public has ever met with the success accorded to Hop Bitters. It stands to-day the best known curative article in the world. Its marvelous renown is not due to the advertising it has received. It is famous by reason of its inherent virtues. It does all that is claimed for it. It is the most powerful, speedy and effective agent known for the building up of debilitated sjstem*. The following wiinesses are offered to prove tnis: What It Old lor an Old JLady. Coshocton Station, N. V., (• Dec. 38,1878. J Gsnts —A number of people had been using your Bitters here, and with marked effect. In fact, one oase, a lady of over seventy years, had been sick for years, and for the pa»t ten years I have known her she has not been able to be around half the time. About six mouths ago she got so feeble she was helpless. lier old remedies, or physicians, being...

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Rational Treatment, Positive Cures. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 July 1880

Rational Treatment, Positive Cures. Dr. R. V. Pierce, President of the World's Dispensary Medical Association, is in earnest in selling his medicines under positive guarantees, and if anybody who purchases and uses any of these widely celebrated remedies, does not derive benefit therefrom, the Association would 11 fee to hear from that Eerson with description of symptoms and istory of case. Organized aud incorporated, as the Association Is, to teach medicine and surgery and lor the successful treatment of all chronic diseases, and managing annually thousands of cases tnrough our original method of diagnosis without ever seeing the patients, and having also the largest sanitarium in the world for the accommodation of the more complicated cases, and also for surgical cases, the Faculty feel themselves prepared to undertake even the most discouraging cases. They resort to a'l the best remedial means known to modern medical science—neglecting nothing. Adcress, World's Dispensary Medical...

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Hundreds of Ladies. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 July 1880

Hundreds of Ladies. Wfco have been unable to attead to their duties owing to periodical sicknesses, have found Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure a real "ftlend in need." Being a purely vegetable compound aud containing all tbe elements of safety as well as those of po>ver it has become universally popular. During the summer especially, it is a certain preventive for the numerous Kidney, Liver and Urinary troubles incident to the season. All druggists Bell it, and none except those In perfect health can afford to be without it. A contemporary prints a poem called "Gather Ripe Fruits, Oh, Death!" And that would be best. It is so now that the small boy gathers the fruits before they are ripe, and Oh Death gather* the small Lov.

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Haunted Me. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 July 1880

Haunted Me. Debt, poverty and suffering haunted me. for years, caused by a sick family and large bills for doctoring, which did no good. I was completely discouraged, until one j ear ago, by the advice of my pastor, I procured Hop Bitters aud commenced their use, and ln tne mou.L we were all" well, aud none of v* have been sick a day since; and 1 want to say to all poor men, veu can keep your families well ayeir with Hop Bittera !or leEa than one doctor's visit will cost.— A W>rking>uan.

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Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall. Mi ok [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 July 1880

Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall. Mi ok Will send their celebrated Electro-Voltaic Beits to tke anlicteu upon days' trial. Speedy core*) guaranteed. Tbey mean wbat Ujuj eu>. Writ*; to tbtm wiihout dolav.

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

Furniture. .lew and second-hand at auction prices U. Sehelihaas', 11th fA, oad Fellows' Building, Oakland,Oal Country orders protnatlv attanees te.

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The Robertson Process [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 July 1880

The Robertson Process For working rebellious ores is remarkable for its simplicity and cheapness. No other method is known which so completely reduces rebellious K«ld and silver ores to the same conditiou as free milling ore. Parties who have the machinery for pulverizing and amalgamating can erect a suitable furnace for using the Robertson Process at a cost of from 1 1,000 to $ 1,500, according to capacity required. For full particulars address John A. Kobertson, the patentee, P. () box 553, Oakland, Cai. Gray Lair* prevented, daudrulf removed, the scalp cleansed, aod the hair made to grow thick by the use ef Hall's Vegetable Clcillpn Hair renewer. J. W. Shaetfer& Co., 831 aud US Sacramento St., San Frauc.sen, employ BO drummers. sold very cheap. All Photographs made at the New tot* Gallery No. 80 Third St., S. F.. are guaranteed to be firstclass. Prices to suit tn« times. J. H. Parana & Co. " .i. |

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 July 1880

P. N. P. Co. (New Series), No. lit. j faswrit a specialty witbout Ike knife or exciting palu. Mrs. I*■-. Cook, BX4 . Pom street, Man Pranelsco. C'AKtA.MI'S VKiiiifAliLK COltiH J Uriipt, the greatest known remedy for all Throat ana Lang Complaints. For sale by ail druggist* XJatlonal Surgical Institute (Western Dlvialou), (IS a* Basil Sc. s. K. Devotud to the treatment of Cripples, .files, Fistula, it doad for circular*. MOM'tioHClt V j* Temperance Ilotel, 437 aud 2ii» second St., S. F. Hoard ana Room per day, 7cc to $1; per week f4 to S3, six meal tickets, St. Waggage to and from Hotel m.c. MANUFACTURER OF OAK LEATHS3 SALTING AND LACINQ i.. I*. 10 Fremont St., ban Francisco. W_e>| CALIFORNIA BUCK OB GOAT jfcg Gloves, cheapest ana best. W. ■BiTTJ _ Snirci, oOtf Market St., San Fran- • Cisco, send for price list. HSJ GakTanDedDPl T|fejf2 • Its lAUlliVLe&t.ier and Uose.BCLI INU Belt Lacing, Mall. Express and Bullion Bags. Factory and omce. 415 Market St., Sau Fra...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 July 1880

COMING MORTAL CAMPAIGN SEND 65 Cents, in 2 cent Postage Mamps. Coin, etc., and Get the Great Weekly i BAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE For tbe Entire Campaign from dale till the Uth ot j ! November, ten davsatter the election, or send 02 OO In 2-cent postage stamps. Coin. Great DAILY, including the Double-Sheet JsUNDAi CSBoNICLB. for the Campaign. •sTBOTU PAPERS POSTAGE PKLPAID ALL THE NEWS OF BOTH SIDES IMPARTIALLY GIVEN. A """c« A.. OK VO,£«* r CO. i-co HUMPHKEYS' HOMEOPATHIC SPECIFIC N0.28 la use 25 years. The only auccesaiul remedy for Nervous) Debility, Vital Weakness, and PrMtraUon, from over-work or other causes. •1 per vtal, er 5 vials and large vial powder, for fa. Sold by dealers qb.vkrally, or sent pust-rree on receipt of price. Humphreys' Hniueuuat nle Jlrdirine < 0., luu rultoa Street. ST. V. MHBBa jn&L NOT FAIL to send «flr v> vlß> tor our Price List for Wt H ffi BB 1880. Frkk to any 885 3| |g IB address upon apFn mm BeR ££ plication...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 July 1880

Cor. Pine aad Sansome Streets. San Francisco, Caiafobioa, July t, 1880. Wf desire to rail your attention to the annexed ST A TEMEJfT of this Bank; and offer our ■ services to any that may desire to do business with UB From our long; experience in Banking we' have a thorough knowledge of the business and no efforts will be spared by ns to render those opening i accounts, or doing business with us every advantage | appertaining to their Interest. ASSETS. • Real Kstatef Bank Building) 8 150,000 OO Receivable 1,212,364 04 Overdrafts (Solvent) 93*44S Os Real Estate taken for debt. 3.504 SO Laud A **Tn and Dock Stock 7.457 6u Due from Bank* A Bankers 706.963 HH Cash (coin lv our vault).... _ 57 53,156,9»tt It LIABILITIES. ' Capital Stock 51,000,©00 Ou R.-servo Fund (surplus).... 423,832 53 Due Depositors 1,515,896 SO Due Banks and Bankers.. 195,419 31 ■ Due Dividends 3,037 SO 83,136,956 14 We respectfully call attention to our facilities for doiug every kind of legitimate Banking Business...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 22 July 1880

THE LIVERMORE HERALD. VOL. VII. LIVERMORE, ALAMEDA COUNTY. CAL. THURSDAY, JULY 22. 1880. NO. 26.

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Tired Women. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 22 July 1880

Tired Women. All through the country one meets with tired, careworn women who seem to have entirely lost health, hope and ambition. They are forced into the position of mere drudges, and, too often, meet with no sympathy from their husbands, who sneer at the idea of woman's work being so burdensome when they remember their own laborious tasks. But sneering does not lessen the labor of the wives to whom kitchen, pantry, milk-room, diningroom, suggest drudgery. The man has a constant change of sceno with all the excitement incident thereto. He goes from breakfast to the plow, the harrow, and the constantly varyiug duties of the farm. His meals are prepared for him, and after supper he can enjoy his pipe in peace, his work over for the day. But with his wife it is different. Early in the morning she rises to kindle the lire, dress the children, cook breakfast, wash the dishes, send the children to school, get tho dinner, wash the dishes—and if there is a moment to spare between dinner ...

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Tiro Vacant Places. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 22 July 1880

Tiro Vacant Places. How much noover in this JirVa mutations We seek our shattered idols to replace, Not one in all tho inyraids oi Uu nations Can tver till another's vacant {.lice. Each Las its own, the smallest and most humble, As well as he, revered the wide world through; With every death some loves and hopes do crumble, WKich never strive to build themselves anew. If the fair raco of violets should perish .Before another epringtimo had its birth, Could all the costly blooms which florists cherish Bring back its April beauty to the earth ? Not tho most gorgeous flower that uncloses Could give the olden graca to vale and plain; Not even Persia's gardens foil of roses Could ever make the world so fair again. And so with souls we love, they pass and leave us— Time teaches patience at a bitter cost; Yet all the new loves which tho years may give us FiU not tho heart-aching for the lost. New friends may come, with spirits even rarer, And kindle once again tiie tear-drowned flame; Bat ...

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An Unpleasant Traveling Companion. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 22 July 1880

An Unpleasant Traveling Companion. Cousin Tom told me to wait in tbe station until be came for me; he'd be there in plenty of time to get good seats, he said; so trains came and went, while I sat gracefully on a caneseat sofa, and watched an old lady wrestle with a big orange, and bought pink soap and pointless pins of dilapidated old ladies from Ireland. I crocheted, too, to while away the tedious hours, aud was ju3t beginning a new row of 44 shells," when Tom rushed in in a terrible hurry. ••Molly," said he, "I shall be detained oyer night in the city. Come quick I I've just time to pop you into the cars." The engine whistled, the train trembled, we rushed down the long platform. Tom pushed me into a car, and oil' we flew. I entered the door and walked half-way up the long aislo before I found a vacant seat. A very handsome man in a military cloak, who cocupied half of this seat, looked up as I paused before him and asked if the place was engaged. 44 No madame, or mademoiselle, ra...

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A Squelched Orator. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 22 July 1880

A Squelched Orator. The other morning a young man who has long boarded with a Congress-street landlady, was asked to step into the parlor for a private interview, and when the old lady had him cornered, she began: "Mr. Blank, you have boarded with me for a long time, and never before have I had occasion to find a word of fault." M Fault to find with me ? Why, what have I done ? " " Well, every night for an hour after you come in, and every morning for an hour before breakfast, we all hear you tramping around and talking about war and liberty and death and so on, and some of my boarders fear that you have taken to drink." "OO f I can explain all that," he cheerfully replied, "lam to deliver a Fourth of July oration out here in a country town, and I am getting my speech ready." " Is it necessary that you should doliver this speech ? " " Why, no; but I consider it a great honor to be invited to speak." ** I —l wish you'd give it up," she faltered. "But for what reason? I'm afraid you d...

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