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NEWS SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 July 1880
NEWS SUMMARY. Dr. Tanner's fast is exciting much cariosity in London. The Irish Relief bill has been issed by Parliament. Within two days 1,348 immigrants arrived in New York. Cardinal Nina, Papal Secretary of State, has resigned. Crop reports from the uorthwest are generally favorable and encouraging. Another earthquake shock occurred at Manila, on tin - 2lm int , d nag inu :h damage. Very small tmantities of meat are now shipped ;o Europe, ewiag to the high price of ice. Gold to the amonnt of |8)&gt;,o00 waa shipped at Havre fur New York one day last week. Hon. Carl Sehurz, Secretary of the Interior, is making political speeches in Indiana. The iirst State Convention ever held Decolored m«n in Iliioott niel at Springfield last week. Hon. R. W. Thompson, Secretary of the Navy, gave a political speech in Denver a few days ago. A large party of Jesuits expelled fro n Frame have taken an establishment at Aberdeen, New South Wales. On the 20th- inst. there was~an earthquake of ...
SAN FRANCISCO MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 July 1880
SAN FRANCISCO MARKET. FLOUR—Exports have been made as fol lows to the places named since last review: To Panama, 393; Mexico, 40; China, 8,493; Central America, 3,513; Victoria, Honolulu, 537; Japan, 385. On July Ist the visible supply throughout the State was ?0,934 barrels airainst 37,786 barrels on hand July 1, 1879. This is a favorable shewing fi&gt;r the dour trade, for with small reserves on entering a new cereal year, a firm market will be more easily maintained, at least, until new wheat has acquired sutHcieut age for milling purposes. There is a scarcity cf choice old iniiling wheat and it is sought after at extreme prices. For tbe upper grades the flour market is quite firm. For common brands the demand is fair at current rates. We quote, Superfine common, 3.iU&lt;dJ*3 6'2&gt;£ Superfine, $3 To®s4 50; extra supernnu, $4 121*0*4 25; choice and extra choice, •5 &amp;?J&gt;£si ; Oregon, good to choice, |4 7 ".«£ #5 OU. WHEAT—At this dat...
Reliable Testimony. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 July 1880
Reliable Testimony. Where testimonials give the residence of the parties it is an easy matter for any person to verify them. Thousands of people from ail parts of the Pacific Coast can and have expressed the opinion that there is no other article in the world equal to PHOSPHATE SOAP for common toilet use. A great many peop c have tested this soap for skin diseases. Among others we give the following from parties who have thoroughly tested PHOSPHATE SOAP: Oakland, Cal., April 5,1880. STANDARD BOAP Some two or thret- months ago, I had a boy about two years old that had suffered for a year with a severe eruption on the head and face, caused by teething. The child was in such misery that it would often.be awakened out of sleep by the severe 'tchin/. He would then scratch his head and face until the Wood ran from the scabs. We tried everything we could lind, but nothing seemed to give any permanent relief until we tried PHOSPHATE SOAP. Before we had used one cake! the child's head and fa...
A Busy Life. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 July 1880
A Busy Life. The World's Dispensary al Bullalo, N. V., is a great institution, having its auxiliary Invalids' Hotel, for accommodation of patients, costing its founder nearly half a million of dollars, and its branch in London, England, of similar proportions, where Dr. Pierces Golden Medical Discovery, Pleasant Purgntive Pellets aud other remedies are manufactured for the foreign trade, which extends to the East Indies, China and other far distant countries. All this mammoth business has been organized, systemized and built up by Dr. R. V. Pierc , who has associated with himself as a Faculty, under the name of the World's Dispensary Medical Associ ition, a most competent stall of physicians aud surgewus who annually treat many thousands of cases of chronic dist :i- s. not by prescribing auy set lot of remedies but by using all such specific remedies as have, in a large experience, been found most efficacious. Besides organizing and directing this mammoth business of worldwide propo...
The Robertson Process [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 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 gold aud silver ores to the same condition as free milling ore. Parties who have the machinery for pulverising and amalgamating can erect a suitable furnace for using the Robertson Process at a cost of from *l,uoo to $1,500, according to capacity required. For full particulars address Johu A. Robertson, tbe patentee, P. O. box 552, Oakland, Cai.
A Temperate Departure. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 July 1880
A Temperate Departure. The following communication explains itself : Alexandria Bat,N. V., 1880. Sftmrt. H. H. Warner A Co: Gknti.emkn: I have been doctoring for the last four years for Rheumatism iii the back, Sciatica and Kidney difficulties, and have been at no time fr c from paiu until I commenced taking Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure which has entirely cured me. I want to keep it in the house to treat my friends with, instead of wines aud liquors, as it will cure the diseases that they will produce. Very truly yours, Charles Walton. The Detroit FreePrt** says thai tbe United States arm; c up half a million pouuds of tobacco and two Indians every year.
No More Hard Times. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 July 1880
No More Hard Times. If you will stop spending so much on fine clothes,rich food audstyle, buy good, healthy food, cheaper and better clothing; get more real and substantia! things of life every way, and especially stop the foolish habit of employing expensive, quack doctors or using 60 much of the vile humbug medicine that does you only barm, but nut your trust in that simple, pure remedy, Hop Bittern; that cures always at a trifling cost, and you win see good limes and have good health.
Furniture. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 July 1880
Furniture. New and second-hand at auction priyes. H. Suhellhaas', 11th St., Odd Fellows' Building, Oakland,Cal. Country orders promptly attended to. J. W. Shaeffer&amp; Co., 321 and 323 Sacramento St., San Francisco, employ no drummers. Cigars sold very cheap. Take-it Easy and Live-Long are brothers, and are related to Ayer's Sarsaparilla, which has lengthened many a life. All Photographs made at the New York Gallery No. aa Third St., S. F., are guaranteed to be firstclass. Prices to suit the times. J. H. Pxtkbs &amp; Co.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 July 1880
UNLIKE PILLS And the usual Purgatives, Is Pleasant to Take, And will prove at once the most potent and harmles* fc»»l«*m Renovator an'! Cleanwr I hat tuu v. ; been brought to public notice. F&lt; r Constipation. Blllousnnw. llrailnehe.'Pll«s. und all disorders armno from an obttructtd ttntt of the sytUm, it ia incomy.aral'lv the bett curator* enant. TBOPH'-FBIIT LAXATIVE is sold by druggists at SO rents a l«&gt;x, or mailed on receipt oi }&gt;rice (in currency or stamped Ut the proprietor. &gt;escriptive Book free. Address J. E. HETHERINGTON, NEW YORK or 3AN FRANCISCO. ' ELECTRIC BELTS Bud* and Appliances (the onl» genuine) c*n be procured from the PULVERMAI iIER (IALVANTC CO., Cincinnati, 0., Hew York, It. T., or San Francisco, Cal. Send to tbe office nearest you for Free Pamphlet and The Electric Renew, containing full particular;. t^TAvoid beaut eoncemt, etpeeiailv ikote tcAo PRETESD to $end to-called Electric Bdu ', etc., on trial. P. N. P. Co. (N...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 July 1880
COMING PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN SE N D 60 Cents, In 2 cent Postage s&gt;;aiupj, i'u,;i, etc., and Get the Great Weekly SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE For the Entire Campaign from date till the 19th or November, teu days alter the election, or send In 2-ttntt postage stamps. Coin, etc., and get the Great DAILY, iucludlng the Double-Sheet SUNDAY CHRONICLE. lor the Campaign. •WROTH PAPERS PO6TAOE PKEPAID. ALL THE NEWS OF BOTH SIDES IMPARTIALLY GIVEN. Address CHAS. Dfi VOl'.\G A ««., Han * rnueiMCO, WAGONS. CAM* ASD SEE THE largest aad finest stock of first-r-^XXflMBfc class EXPRESS, THOROPGHI3RACE, GROCER and BUSINESS WAGONS, at tbe NAXKOK* W.AttOX HKPOT, 24 and f \ llralf Mt., H. V. are no Wagons equal to them. W« CALIFORNIA BUCK or Goat "SSSii Gloves, cheapest and bust. W. ■B|r3« sl!ll ' e9 - »* Market St., Sau Francisco. bend for price list. H|l f»nnif M r ^r "' U:lk TanDedDri Tlllfi ■ Ra uUUltUather and Hose.OCl. I IllU Belt Lacing. Mail, Express and Bullion Bags. Factory aud oftlee....
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 July 1880
THE BEST soap for toilet us© ever manufactured. BEST because it contains all the excellencies of tne 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 oeneficial to the skin cannot be saponified ; some are partially neutralized, while others injure the quality of the soap. There are soaps in the market which are to some extent beneficial to the skin, buc they are inferior articles for toilet use. PHOSPHATE SOAP is the ONLY article offered to the public which comb...
Grandpa's Barn. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 5 August 1880
Grandpa's Barn. Oh, a jolly old place is Grandpa's barn, Where the doors stand open throughout the day. And the cooing doves fly in and oat. And the air is sweet with the fragrant hay; Where the grain lies over the slippery floor, And the hens are busily looking around. And the sanbeaais flicker, now hore. now there. And the breeze Olows through with a merry sound. The rwallows twitter and chirp all day. With fluttering wings in the oldbro vn eaves, And the jobins sing in the trees that lean To brush the j oof with their rustling leaves O for the glad vacation time, When grandpa's barn will echo the shout Of merry children, who romp and play * In the new-born freedom of school let out! Such scaring of doves from their cosy nests, Such hunting for eggs in the loits so high, 'Till the bens, with a cackle shrill From their hidden treasures are fain to fly. Ob, the dear old barn, so cool, so wldel Its doo;c will open again ere long To the summer sunshine, the new-mown hay. And the merry...
Our Story Teller. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 5 August 1880
Our Story Teller. A CLERICAL TRAMP. I was planting some violets under the front window when he came. Esculapius had gone to Los Angeles for the mail, llypatia was scouring the foot-hills on horsehack in search of an appetite. I knew at once that he was a minister: not that he looked in the least like any other minister I had ever known, but simply that he could not, by any possibility, be anything else. A scatchel strapped over his shoulders gave him a mildly military air, and a staff of manzanita, newly-cut, told me he had walked from Los Angeles. He brought a letter from John Ogilvie. It said -' "Dfar G : Any kindness you may show the bearer, Reverend Hosea Jerningham, will gratify the angels in heaven and the undersigned upon earth." That was all—except a message for Hypatia, which I did not understand; but before I had finished reading, my visitor had walked away a little, and was standing with his back toward me and his hands crossed behind him, gazing intently at the sky. "Mr....
Pleasantries. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 5 August 1880
Pleasantries. A Cuff on the wrist is worth two on the ear.—American Punch. Ancient ruins are the dogs'-eara on the pages of history.—Puck. In this world brayin' Is too often taken for brain.—Boston Transcript. A girl may smile and smile and be unwillin* still.— Steubenville Herald. Filling a skiff full of water ia a bailable offense. — New Orleans Picayune. A Baddle horse has a gait time of it the year round.—Cincinnati Commercial. "The sun never sets on David Davis," says the New York Herald. —Very likely : but then it doesn't seem to rise on him, either.—Buffalo Herald. Give a woman a hen instead of a gun if you want to see her shoot. —Ottawa Republican. Pluck and luck are twins, and where one is found there is the other ateo.—Camden Post. There is no vms that contributes more sustenance to man than the bovine.— Wade Whipple. Many a young man who sowa his wild oats trusts to the grasshopper of forgetfulness to destroy the crop.—Steubenville Herald. How is it trees can put on a new...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 5 August 1880
Town Officials Board op Town Trustees—Geo. E Kennedy. J&lt;&lt;hu Aylward, G W. Comegys, C. Gaidcmcyer, W. M. Mendenhall. Town Justice.—R. W Graham. Town Clekk—F. A. Anthony. Town Marshal. —Lemen Hilton Town Treasi rcr.—W. 0. Massie. Acting Cuiek Engineer--W. S. Smith. Night Watchman.—T. D. Phelps. Town Attorney—Elliott Anbury. Town Steward—T. D. Phelps. tlmrcti Notices. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN C%CRCH.— BeV. Jos. Hemphill, Pastor. Services every Hunday, at 11 A. i|. and 7P. M. Sunday School at 10 A. M. Orgraiilztttioiis. F. &amp; A. M.—Pleasanton Lodge, No. 218.— W. M., Wm A McKee; Secretary, W. H. Wright, Altamont Post Office. Lodge meets at Odd Follows' Hall, Livermore. Saturday ui_i;ht, on or after each full moon] Vesper Lodge, No 62 A O U w, Livermore. M. W., T.Horton; G. F., J. AylHvard; 0., H. Bailey; Recorder, G. W. jlirock; Financier, A J McLeod; Re'er 4J. E. Kennedy; G, C w Bradshaw; I. &gt;L W. Gibbous; OW, J. Cronkhite. Pleasanton Lodge, N0.205,...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 5 August 1880
LIVERMORE COLLEGE J, D Smith, - - Principal Livermore California CURTIS H. LINDLEY, Attorney at Law, and Notary Public LIVERMORE, CALIFORNIA. decB-ly ELLIOTT AUBURY, LAWYER Office first St. next Odd Fellow's Hall Will practice iv all the Courts of the State. J. R. PALMER, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, - AND NOTARY PUBLIC, PLEASANTON, ALAMEDA CO., CAL. Prompt attention given to tbe preparation of legal papers. M. P. H. LOVE, Attorney at Law, and Notary Public. Office: Livermore aye., opp. Brick Block LIVERMORE, CAL. R. W. GRAHAM, Justice of the Peace and Con veyancer. Special Attention paid to Real Estate Transaction and collecting Afent for the Royal of Liverpool, and Norwich Union Fire Insurance company LIVERMOBE, CAL decl9tf G. BENTON JARRETT, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE: OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS' HALL. LIVBRMORF, CAL. HORTON &amp; KENNEDY, Managers for the Pacific Coast for the man ufacturers of Enterprise SelfRegulating Hind mills Perkins Patent; Enterprise Feed 3...