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Furniture. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 22 July 1880

Furniture. New and second-hand at auction prises. H. Sohellhaas*. 11th St., Odd Fellows' Building, Oakland,Cal. Country orders promptly attended to. Salbm, Oregon, January 20,1880. Some time ago I bought a package of the Oregon Kidney Tea, and after using it felt" better than I had for years, and bought two boxes more, being unwilling to be without so valuable a medicine. My wife pronounces it the best kidney preparation in use. Alfred Stanton. Go out in the damp air, or sit unprotected in a draught, and your throat will feel sore and your head uncomfortable. You have taken a cold, which you can remove as promptly as you received it by using Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. J. W. ShaefferA Co., 321 and 323 Sacramento St., San Francisco, employ no drummers- Cigars sold very cheap. All Photographs made at the New York Gallery No. as Third St., S. F., are guaranteed to be flmclasa. Prices to salt the times. J. H. Pbtxks ft Co.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 22 July 1880

P. N. P. Co. (New Beries), No. 125. Cane«r« a *}><•< i*Uv without »b* knir* or *>scitinc pala. .Hi-.. Ur. Cook. SS4 Post str««t, Man Francisco. /'ARLAND'N VKHKTAHLR COCOH * I>rnp», the greatest known remedy ror all Throat and Lung Complaints. For aale by all drugglats National Surgical Institute ( Western Division). 319 Bush St.. 8. f. Devoted to the treatment t»l Cripple*. Ptlei, Fistula,* :. Send f»r circulars. MO%T«<»WKKY-« Ti-m|i«rancc Hotel. 7XI —a Mi llomit \\ S P. Board aud K. v perd«y, 7:c toll; per week (I to SS. Six meal tickets. $1. Vaggage to and from Hotul free. MANUFACTURER OF OAS LEATES2 BELTING 4ND LACING ».. F. D>i«a, 10 Fremont St.. San Francisco. WCI CALIFORNIA BUCK obGoat Gloves, cheapeat and beat. W. 50* Market St,, San Fran- • ctaco, bead tor price list.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 22 July 1880

COMING PRESIDENTIAL CUPAffi SEND 65 Cents, lv 2 cent l'.u-taue Stamp*, Cola, etc., and Cat the Great. Weekly SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE Wvt the Entire Cumin from date till the Kith of November, ten dava alter the election, or send OO In 2-cent postage stamps. Coin, etc, and get the Great flAll.V, including the Doubli-Sheet Still DAY CHBONICLK. tor the Campaign. •arHOTH PAPKIiS POSTAGK FKEPAID ALL THE NEWS OF BOTH SIDES . IMPARTIALLY GIVEN. Address < HA*. OK VOl'SiU A CO., Han Vi-aiM-tuce. HM njUUf M'rgr of Oak Tunnedpri T|MR ■ 111 UUUI\|., atnor und Hose. DLL I 11111 Belt Liclng, Mail, Kxpre*s and Bullion Bafts. Factory and ortlee, Ms Market St., San Francisco. ST. MATTHEW'S HALL, SAN MATEO, CAL. A Classical and Military School for Boys. 14th YEAR. Prepares students for State University or Practical Business. Trinity Session commences July22d. BKV, ALKriKDLfcK BKKWKB, M. A., Principal, THE AUDI NET, An s;n ISVKSTIOX THAT kkablgs the deaf to hear at church, concerts, theater,...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 22 July 1880

THE BEST soap for toilet use ever manufactured. BEST because it contains all the excellencies of the most expensive foreign or American soaps without their defects. BEST because it combines strength with delicacy in such a way that its strong detersive qualities do not injure the skin. BEST because it is the result of years of study and experiment in the soap manufacturing business, assisted by modern chemical discoveries.' BEST because it contains ingredients beneficial to the skin, which unite chemically with the soap in such a manner as to increase its saponaceous qualities. Every chemist familiar with soap manufacture knows that some ingredients which are in themselves t>eneficial to the skin cannot be saponified ; some are partially neutralized, while others injure the quality or the soap. There are soaps in the market which are to some extent beneficial to the skin, but they are inferior articles for toilet use. PHOSPHATE SOAP is the ONLY article offered to the publ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 July 1880

THE LIVERMORE HERALD. i:r>r all tkhsto-s. zist nsrOTieiTisro. VOL. VII. LIVERMORE. ALAMEDA COUNTY. CAL., THURSDAY, JULY 29. 1880. NO. Ul.

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Humoring Children. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 July 1880

Humoring Children. It isgood to huD.or them in all natural manifestations aud cravings of their affections. A child hungry hearted for love, is one of the saddest sights in the world. Hardly less pitiful is the condition of a little one who is perpetually repressed or discouraged in the sweet impulses that prompt it to give expression to its love. That way danger lies. The boy or girl will tot easily go wrong whose arm is twined morning and night arouud mother's neck, or whose head is welcomed to its cuddling place on father's shoulder. It is on the side of their affections that children are most easily held and guided, and the firmest rein is the invisible, golden cord of love. It is good to humor children in following their natural bent in all right and helpful directions. Remember that education is only the leading out of powers and faculties that are within. Encourage, therefore, such inclinations toward books, studies, mechanics, music, out-of door pursuits and healthful sports...

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A Summer Day. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 July 1880

A Summer Day. The Sawefl lay sleeping bvceitlt the dear— Bat the mother had watched the wh*,le night thn.ugb. Tbe wild sweet carol of one small bird Was the sound that the weary watcher heard. Aud the summer dawn grew into the morn, And still she sat weeping beside her first born. Life was fading from cheek and brow, And the mother's heart was hopeless now. Not oue pound in the chamber of death Was heard —save the maiden's laboring breath. No word of murmur tha msthar spake ; Silent aud calm are the hearts that break. Morning passed—and the noon so still Bathed iv warm loveliness wocd and hill. Si uabrotts airs from the west went by, And the mother watcbtd for the child to die. flilerßOOß came—and the maiden lay Lifeless and soulless—a moldcf clay! Bain came dowu as from eyes that wept, Watching was over -the maiden slept. Through the quiet falling of evening rain The bird's soft carol stole in again! Then the mother said: " 'Tis a message for me, To tell me, O child, 'tis well with...

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Court of Louis XIV. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 July 1880

Court of Louis XIV. Louis XIV. was more magnificently frivolous than his father. He was free from the ridicule which attached to Louis XIII., who allowed himself to be brow-beaten by his miserable favorites whenever he was not under the spell ef Richelieu'o overpowering will; but in some ways—especially in his exhibition to his intimates of an extravagant and vulgar curiosity—he was almost equally ridiculous in the eyes of his contemporaries, while tbe formal ceremony which he introduced into his daily life must seem to us absurd rather than stately. To be sure this ceremony was not invented by him, and there is a story that when he was a boy, his mother, Anne of Austria, had him whipped frequently, aud that once, feeling worried with the formal respect paid to him by everybody, he said that he would gladly give np all the honor and glory of the pompous ceremony if he might also give up his floggings. Even his getting up was regulated by an exactitude i which we may vainly hope to s...

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Sagacious Horses. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 July 1880

Sagacious Horses. A pleasant story has just come from the Cape of Good Hope. In (.iraai Roinett, as in all the old places, is a largo »iiarket square, where the farmers, traders, and oihers, arriving with their produceatany hour of thediy or night, may put the cattle out to the *' commonage " to feed, while they bivouac at their wagons, as is the wont of African travelers to do, until the eight o'clock morning market auction. An old horse belonging to one of these parties had wandered about in search of grass and water —vainly, no doubt, for it was during the severe drought from which the country is now recovering. Coming to the great, bare marketplace, and finding a knot of men talking there, he singled out one of them, and pulled him by the sleeve with his teeth. The man, thinking the horse might possibly bite, repulsed him, but as it was not very roughly done, he returned to the charge, with the same reception ; but he was a persevering animal, and practically demonstrated the* a...

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The Cross-Evans Marriage. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 July 1880

The Cross-Evans Marriage. Mr. Cross, whom George Eliot has married, is said to be about thirty-eight years of age; George Eliot is about sixty. A few years ago he made the acquaintance of Mr. Lewes and Miss Evans. Their pleasant country bouse, Whitley, was near Weybridge, where Mr. Cross resided. Mr. Cross is a city man, a sort of banker, but not remarkable for wealth; he has a house at Chelsea, where the pair will probably reside, so that " The Priory " will be left as the monument of its rich associations. If Mrs. Cross has startled one portion of the community by showing that she had no transcendental theory about marriage, and so given cause for people to remember that the real Mrs. Lewes is still living, she has equally amazed another part by choosing to be married in a/ihurch—-the most fashionable church, too, in London—St. George's, Hanover Square. Here was the reputed high priestess of positivism, kneeling before a clergyman, and pronouncing after him that she will live "aft...

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Giants in Muskingum County, Ohio. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 July 1880

Giants in Muskingum County, Ohio. The mound in which these romarkable discoveries were made was about sixty-four feet long and thirty-five feet wide, top measurement, and gently sloped down to the hill where it was situated. A number of stumps of trees were found on the slope, standing in two rows, and on the top of the mound were an oak and a hickory stump, all of which bore marks of great age. All the skeletons were fonnd on a level with the hill, aud about eight feet from the top of the mound. Now to a more particular description of these antiquated remains: In one grave there were two skeletons —one male and one female. The female face was looking downward, the male being immediately on top, with the face looking upward. Tbe male skeleton measured nine feet in length, and the female eight feet. In another grave were also found two skeletons—male and female—with the female face lookiug upward and the male face looking downward. The male frame in this case was nine feet four inche...

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Cotton in the South. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 July 1880

Cotton in the South. Everybody knows that facture of cotton in the South, where cotton grows, and where it can be handled with far less expense than in the remote North, might be made extremely profitable. It will probably be made so eventually, though up to the present the mass of Southerners have greatly neglected this important branch of industry. There are now 189 cotton mills in that section, with 678,223 spindles —about seven per cent of all tbe spindles in the republic. The mills are generally small, only a few, at Augusta and Columbus, Ga., having more than 15,000 spindles each. The machinery is said to be so inferior in the main as to be hardly worth transportation. Much of it is second-hand, having been discarded by Northern establishments. The most successful mills there would not, in consequence of their manifest disadvantages, have made anything had they keen situated in this section. One mill in Georgia declared in ten years—four of them war years—sl,2so,ooo dividends....

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Some of Dr. John Hall's Stories. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 July 1880

Some of Dr. John Hall's Stories. Dr. Hall said that he knew a preacher in Ireland who need to come down from hia pulpit every Sunday, after the sermon, and the people, passing in a line in front of him, would shake hands and pass the compliments of the day. One elder told the pastor one day, " Let the Lord keep you humble, sir, and we will keep you poor!" But that is the policy of too many church boards, imbued as they are with the notion that the ministry should bo kept ou the apostolic plan of poverty and humility. Dr. Hall told a story related to him by the late Richard Winter Hamilton, a prominent Cougregationalist in Euglaud. Mr. Hamilton, being called to fill a pulpit in a provinoiai town, was waited on in the vestry just before the service by the presenter of the meeting; the latter laid down a programme which provided for a very short prayer and a shorter sermon, but several interminably long hymns. Said tho presenter : " Our people are a peculiar people; we are very fond of...

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West Point Graduates. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 July 1880

West Point Graduates. What, asks General Grant Wilson in , his address to the graduating class, what was the West Point standing of our most illustrious soldiers, some of whom may be included among the greatest captains of the nineteenth century? The renowned military leader who lately returned from foreign lands, stood number twenty-one in a class of thirty-nine; the general of the army, six in a class of forty-two; tbe dashing little Lieutenant-General, number thir-ty-four among fifty-two graduates; the noble Virginian, Thomas, twelve in a class of forty-two; Meade, the modest hero of Gettysburgh, number nineteen among fifty-six comrades; "Fighting Joe " Hooker, twenty-nine in a class of fifty; gallant Sedgwick, whose statue sentinels yonder plain, number twentyfour among fifty; and the superb and handsome Hancock, eighteen in a famous claes of twenty-five, including Franklin, McClellan, Burnside, Longstreet, and " Stonewall " Jackson. From these examples that might be indefinitel...

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How Gilt Edged Butter is Made. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 July 1880

How Gilt Edged Butter is Made. Mr. J. K. Moreland, in the Albany Cultivator, has been spending a few days on a dairy farm of 140 acres of good meadow and pasture land, which is mostly arable, and without living springs. The stock are regularly watered three times a day from good water—oftener, if they need it. Two pastures are well supplied with good shade trees. These are rather under stocked. The foundation of the herd were natives, improved by using good Ayrshire bulls; but now the very best strain of Jerseys is used, so that the herd is largely composed of half and three-quarter Jerseys. There are also half a dozen thoroughbred registered Jerseys. The writer says. "The stock are kept in winter in warm stables, and fed all the early cut clover and timothy hay they will eat, with a little grain. Neither roots nor corn fodder are used. The cattle are fed frequently, and only a small quantity at a time. They are turned into the yard twice a day to drink and exercise; the stalls are ...

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Value of Pekin Ducks. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 July 1880

Value of Pekin Ducks. I notice what C. B. said of Pekin ducks in a late issue of your paper, aud uiust say that I was somewhat surprised at its contents, as (J. B. said be had nut tested their merits or dements himself, consequently could not discuss the question as well as though he had tried tuem himself. Having had other varieties of ducks for several years past, und having a strong desire to try tbe Pekin ducks (from what was said of them as to their great laying propensities, also for the production of feathers), and not intending to breed for sale, in the fan of 1878 I purchased <. ttric of Pekius. During the fall I got a few eggs dropped in the pen where they were kept at night. They were wintered without any special care mora than were given to the other fowls. In the last days of February they began to lay. The* tiret few days they laid eggs about every other day, but soon we fouud two eggs in their pen every morning; they continued to lay thus regularly till abo...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 July 1880

The idea generally prevails, in the eastern half of our county, in San Francisco, and even in this vicinity, that the real estate of Livermore Valley and Murray Township is encumbered, or mortgaged, to very nearly the extremity of its value. So generally has this idea obtained, both abroad and at home, that the result of the listing and addition of these evidences of indebtedness, must prove both surprising and gratifying to all. By this report, the amount of assessapropcrty in Murray Township is placed at S2 ( JJ0,098.44, and the face value of mortgages, trust deeds, and other secured f ndences of indebtedness, at J BTO 1,175. By this statement it would therefore appear that the proportiono( secured indebtedness, or value of rr< >rtgagos. to value of property, -s. titit lo four ; in other words , tb.af "Mir binds are mortgaged, en a general average, tuff one-fourth their valtte. But even th : > showing, while vastly more favorcblc thau cai? be made ...

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BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 July 1880

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. Oakland. July 2(>fh. 1080.' TUe Board met at ten o'clock A.M. pursuant to adjournment. Chairman Smith ajpd Buperrisofß Clement. Dnsterbeny, Mar* . Ween, MeClane, Myers and Der.uty < lei i-i John C. Marsh were prescni. Ti:c minutes of the preceding meeting DUtBICT ATTOBJSET'S OKHIOK. The following opinion ou the nialter of the voting of by the Livermore BcKool District, from the District Attors District Attniney j Alamc'ut county. Cal. > .. . Oakiand; July j ie She lionorab'c, the Board of Supervis- - ' »! t.s :—Tbe certificate of the TrttJftees of Livermore School District, which represents that at an election held ou the h day of June, 1880, one thenBand dollars were voted for the purpose of finishing additional rooms in the school balding, referred to me for such opinion, baa bees considerec, and I have tbe honor to report that said certificate appears to be 1807 of the Political Code profcjacs that it is the duty of the Board...

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