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FLIRTING. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 9 September 1880
FLIRTING. It is remarkable, but nevertheless true, that, as a rule, flirts, both male and female, do not marry quickly. The chances are that a girl who becomes engaged at eighteen, and goes on becoming engaged and disengaged, as is the custom for flirts to do, ultimately settles down into a confirmed old maid, If she does wed, as a general rule, she develops into a virulent wasp, makes her husband miserable, and brings up her children badly. It is not very difficult to find reasons why flirts do not marry. Sensible men admire in a woman something besides a pretty face and engaging manners. They love intellect, common sense, end heart qualifications, which the flirt does not possess. The true woman allows uer affections full play, and is not ashamed of them, She will not lead a man to believe she cares for him, when she does no such thing; she will not flirt with him just for the fun of flirting. She has a true conception of what is right, and possesses a great deal more common sense...
San Francisco Market. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 9 September 1880
San Francisco Market. FLOUR—Tne following are jobbing rate*: Best Family Extra $5 12%t05 37%; Superfine. $3 50@t04; Baker's Extra, 85(35 12%; Interior Extra, 4 75@5; Interior Superfine, 3 50@3 75; Oregon Extra, $4 25@5; Walla Walla Extra $5@ 12%; Graham Fiour, 4 $ fo. WHEAT—We quote Milling, $1 40@ 1 42%; No. 1 Shipping, $1 37)£@t 40; No. 2do 1 oo@l 35 per ctl. A decided movement took place iv Wheat Friday, which s r, nt quotations down another fraction. The attendance on 'Change was large; Wheat was frcjly offered at exporters rates, and various large transactions were the result. It seems that those cannot afford to hold their grain for any extended peiiod, have come to the conclusion to sell as soon as possible, before stiffer freight rates and lower continental prices, which at present writing seem quite probable, force prices out of sight entirely. BARLEY—We quote: Coast Feed, 75 @82% c; Bay do, 75@82%c; Brewing, 87%&lt;ff192%c; Coast Chevalier, $I@l 10; choice Bay, $1 ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 9 September 1880
Notice of Redemption of Alameda Ooantv bonds- : Office of the Thrasher of Alameda \totkt: given that 11 "I will ("as directed by the Board of Supervisors of said county) redeem the fcltowing described Alameda county ! Bnttds [ known as Hie Niles Bridge Bonds) j Qfl Saturday, the 4th day f&gt;f September, j A 1) 1880, and *aid will riot draw j interest after said *th day of September, AD 1880, viz: Bonds numbers from 1 to 30 inclusive, '•f :V denomination of $500 00 each. 1 Tola., f 15.000 00. Issued under an Act of the Legislature, approved marc. 2d, 187*, aad dated August sth, 187? Issued jto J Perry, Jr. C. E. Palmer. Treasurer of Alameda County. Cal Dated at Oakland, Cal., tnis*2d day of ■ August, A D 16S0. I
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 9 September 1880
Treasurer's Quarterly Report COUNTY TREASURER'S OFFICE. Alameda Co,, Cal., Aug. 2d, 18S0. To the Honorable tbe Board of Sup*rvis» ors cf Alameda County: Gkhtlemkn—l herewith snbmit to you the report of the Treasurer of this county for the Quarter ending August 2d, 1880. RECEIPTS. General Fund. Amount. Tax 1880 81 $1,638 73 Delinquent tax '74-5 to '79 80..... 30 52 Tax on stock certifies 2 10 License 1,194 00 Fines 175 60 Sale of an'uils pound district No. 10.... 31 00 Sale of anim'ls pound district No. 9 4 50 Donation 30 60 $3,107 10 Infirmary. Tax 1880-81 573 59 Delinquent tax '74-5 to '79-80 5 36 573 95 School. Tax 919 07 Delinquent tax '74-5 to '79-80 9 22 Donation to Peralta Co. School Fund.. 10 84 Donation to Lincoln Lib. School Fund 50 939 63 Salary County officers fees.. 10,067 01 State. Tax 1880-81 5,082 80 Deiioqueut tax '74-5 to '79-80 62 41 Poll taxes 12,493 30 17,638 51 Building. Tax 1880-81 245 82 Delinquent tax '74-5 to '79 80 8 98 249 80 Oakland, 12th st. Bridge. Tax ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 9 September 1880
Townsend Road - 180 00 Vallecitos Road - 872 44 Washington Road - 82 08 Intei est 73 32 81 Warm Bprings Road 132 67 Total disbursements, $4,398 20 Cash on handing. 2d, 1880, 70,536 69 154,934 98 COUNTY BONDS OUTSTANDING. Bounty Building $200,000 00 Niles Bridge 15.000 00 Alameda (Webster St.) Bridge. 8,669 00 223,669 00 COUNTY WARRANTS OUTSTANDING. Al vrado Road h .s 605 Alviso road 46 50 Brooklyn road 5,852 10 Bay road 833 09 Centreville road 510 52 Bublin road 692 00 Eden Vale road 178 00 Inman road 2ltt 65 Laurel road 569 97 Mount Eden road 926 05 Murray road 56 38 Mowrys Landing road 209 00 Mission road 10 00 Newark road 50 00 Ocean View road 689 00 Palomares road 36 00 Pleasanton road 112 85 Peralta road 1,597 97 Piedmont road 1,450 66 Bed ward road 127 47 Summitt road 817 00 Sunol road 189 65 Temescal road 1,882 54 Vallecitos road ... 172 00 Washington road 115 74 General road 3, 850 75 County General 134,502 35 County Infirmary 14.290 32 Total $168,791 20 Respectfully submitt...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 9 September 1880
Theo. Gorner, DEALER IN Saddles, Bridles, Collars, Whips, Etc., Etc. Good stock of Driving and working Gloves constantly on hand. Manufacturer of Gorner's Caoutchouc Oil Harness Blacking. First St., Livermore H. P. Jaccard, DEALER IN Watches, Clocks, Musical Instrument VIOLIN AND GUITAR STRING, Gold Pens and Pen-Holders» GOLD PERILS. Repp'ring done at short notice, and all work warranted. Seung Machine JsceOles ar.rt A tlachnuvls First itreet, south side, opposite Fnshior Livery, p il, F. Mally, Dealer in Boots and Shoes, Hats, Caps &amp; Gents Furnishing goods Also a large stock of Books and Stationery, Cutlery Toys, Musical Instruments, Pipes, Cigars, and Tobacco. Agent for the San Francisco Ciir on cle, aud all Eastern aud California periodicals. Agent for the Siuger Sewing Machine. FIRST ST., LIVERMORE. rvXQQBE'S Livery Stable HORSES and BUGGIES, DOUBLE TEAMS AND SADDLE HORSES To Let on Reasonable Terms. BOARDING HORSES Kept at Low Rates, SPECIAL ATTEN TION Given to Tran...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 9 September 1880
ANSPACHER BROS., DEALERS IN GENERAL. Merchandise HAY GRAIN FEED, Etc Corner of First and L Strekt Livermore, Cal. AgentB for a number of tLe best ance companies in the country, GIVE US A CALL ! I Anspacher Bros. Alameda Co. Branch. —of ran— OF CALIFORNIA, 922 AND 924 BROADWAY, (Union Bankßailding] Oakland,Cal Cash Capital, $300 ; 000- 00Cash Asses, 5s J , 385- 76. The Home Mutual is a California Company, courining its business to the Pacitic Coast. Over '..OO shares of tae O out pany's atoek are held by prominent residents of Alameda and Contra Cosia c?uuiies. All Premiums received Enough lliia are Deposited and Invested iv Alameda Co. Rates as low as Solvency and Fair Profit will admit oi Losses liberally adjusted aiH proaiptiy paid at points where ihey occur. ft. Manager. J". L. MITCH EL, Agent Livermore. Office C. P. R. R. Depot. it O. WELLER, Ageut Pieasanton, Cal. D,JLlBßiBtAall#Ge, DEALERS IN Staple and Fancy DRY GOODS, Gioves, Hosiery, Notions. Hint nerj Goods, Hats, Men's &a...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 9 September 1880
TIIE Livermore HERALD A live, newsy, local paper, AND The Leading country Journal of Alameda County. With the beginning of its eighth volume the HERALD will be found to Increase greatly in Interest &amp; general Appearance. The paper is now entirely printed in Livermore, from new type and will be found to be just what it claims~a local family journal Above everything, it gives the news local county, State, national, and of the world— besides presenting large amount oi choice original and select Literary matter. Its regular Weekly story selected from the best extant, will prove an interesting feature. Now is the Time to SUBSCRIBE!
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 16 September 1880
0 Hapafness wm c-d and aise. Uood! Kieu-nrtr. SsM.c.oniant.'whfttc'er t'r.~ same ; t hat eOßff&lt;UUng atfll Which p»onipU th' eisrnni rich, r.&gt;r whiol; ire bear to live, or dare to die; Whkb «tiil *o n«sr v*. yet beyond a&lt;- Ho*. OVsrtooited. »&gt;«* double by the fool and wise! Baal «r cal—tMl teed! X dropped below. Say, in what mortal 801 l thou to grew! Fmli upclriOK i&lt;~&gt; **&gt;me court's propittouw shine. Or deep Willi diamonds in •:. ■ flaming mine ! Twturd v»ith lha wrest bs Parnassian Unfals Or raped in iron harvest* of ihe field? Where growtl W here ;;rofts it not? Ifvstnour toil, , V.'o.ouKlit to b!a;ae the culture, not the soil: Fixed to no .-pot is Ilappieeec Fiutcre; ' j nowhere to be found; or everywhere ; " lie Sever io be bought, but always fre*. Aud, flt-d from no&amp;arcfeS, Si. John! dwells with thee. / i-kof ;bv iejinrrl the way* The learned are blind This bids to »nrvp. w.) ilia: to shun ...
Our Story Toller- [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 16 September 1880
Our Story Teller. DAVIO SWAN. ONE OF HAWTHORNE'S MOST EXQUISITE SKETCHES. Could we indeed know all the vicissitudes of our fortunes, life would be too full of hope and fear, exultation or disappointment, to afford us a single hour of true ser-enity. This idea may be illustrated by a single page from the secret history of David Swan. We have nothing to do with David until we find him at the age of twenty on the high road from his native place to the city of Boston, where his uncle, a small dealer in the grocery line, was to take him behind the counter. Be it enough to say that he was a native of New Hampshire, born ol respectable parents, and had received an ordinary school education, with a classic finish of a year at Glimanton Academy. After journeying on foot from sunrise till near noon of a summer's day, his weariness and the increasing heat determined him to sit down and await the coming of the stage coach. As if planted on purpose for him, there soon appeared a little clump of ...
An old Editor's Advice to Young Editors. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 16 September 1880
An old Editor's Advice to Young Editors. One rtf the most useful acquirements which :i local editor call possess is the instinct of where to go' fur news. Almost every member of the community, howovtr, can j be made to contribute something' to the local columns. If jou k Qll w what particular subject a man | interested in, engage, him in conchances are that he w;u tell you' wmethiag new about it. . j The doctors are alwaysavauaole | sources of information to the local 1 newsgatheter, and yet they are th.c most peculiar feUoWa in the world. They will tinker at a man with a broken leg for six weeks, and never mention it; but it one ol them gets away with a forty-pound tumor, which has beejl gome poor man'j only comfort for years, he comes up three pair of stairs to tell y,.u of it. Such an item isuV the kind you get enthusiastic over, although it may be a great surgical! achievement; but tin broken bg's a first-class item, good enough to make a local editor feel cheerful all day, Very...
it ad V?em*. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 16 September 1880
it ad V?em*. The press of San Francisco at this time offers a striking illustration of the usefulness of interior journals. For weeks past the editorial columns of the papers of that city have been discussing, to the exclusion of all other topics, the provisions of the charter recommended by the fifteen freeholders for adoption by the voters of San Francisco. All else is passed by for the concerns of that great city. It is only natural that such should be the case. The city of San Francisco is the world in which so to speak, they live, movo, and have their being. They obtain the largest portion of their subsistence from the people of that city. They are therefore more intimately concerned with what interests their patrons, knowing but little, and caring less for the general welfare upon matters affecting the welfare of the whole of California, and he cannot but be convinced that were it not for the interior press, San Francisco would dominate the entire State in far greater measure ...
tau»*tfcr«at War. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 16 September 1880
Pansters at War. "You army chap," said the girl to my military lover. --Bangor Commercial. "That is where you soldier self,'" he wrote back when he eloped with another girl—Ottawa Republican. This may be trooper haps. Hussar for the other girl.—Boston Post. Some misay anything about it." We would give an order to stop all further any chance of paragraphers a bayonet. —Boston Saturday Evening Gazette. This has big gun to experience quite a boom. It's astonishing howitzer going the rounds. —Boston Journal of Commerce. It's mortar fying to that think paragraphers cannon derlake to perpetrate such stuff. Shoot it ensign off forever.— S. F. Chronicle. Yon colt hearted fellows. You musket to get back iuto their fortify know myself.— San Jose Mercury.
Wttnte*!- Au Easy Place. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 16 September 1880
Wttnte*!- Au Easy Place. Rev. Henry Ward Beecher some young man, who recommeoded himself very highly as being honest., and-closed witli the reqnesl for "an ea.sv situation, that horn ■ v may be rewarded." To which 33 ri Beecher replied: Dor.', be an editor if you wish to be Vn. v.' Do not try the law. Avoid school teaching K&lt; ep away from, the pulpit, Let alone &amp;U ships, shops and merchandise. Abhor polities. Keep away from the law. Don'c practice mcdi.-inc. Be not a tower, nor a meolumie; neither be a soldier nor a sailor. Don., study. honest fri.-nu. yo« are In ft bad world! I know of hut one real 'easy 1 place in it. Thai is the A One el Hoax.—Last oveninjr, just before sundown, a geatieraan whoHva* sitting by hia window, (m North B street, ca suaTiy remarked: "There rroe3 a woman that George Brown is dead gone 0r.." His wife, who waain a back fOOTIi getting, sapper ready,* dropped a plate, stumbled over \ht baby, and ran like a quarter horse to th" 'n*"dow...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 16 September 1880
Towel OtTaC'iftSM Board of Town Trustees--Geo. E Kenned? John Aylward. G W*. Cwroegjs, i: Gnidcmeyer, W. M. Mendeaball. Town JCSTiCfe. —R. W Graham. Tow:; Clerk—F. A. Anthony. Town MA*aaAifc-f-L«raen Hilton *; o \v ' r i:i &gt; i !».« i». — \V. 0. Mossie. A,.,-,V- f4 ( uiKv EvaiXKER W. 8; Smith. v an. P. D. PiieLps. ; IOWN ...l'LM.i n \ /, ,&gt;&gt; i, ,' FIKHI I&gt;aE6BTTKntA.Sl &gt; aE6BTTKntA.S C»p»ch. — Rev. Jo 3. Heffljp fill, Pastor. Servic « c-tv Sunday, nt i". A. «. and ?P. M Sunday School at 10 A M. F. &amp; A. M—Pleasanton Lodge. No 2iy._\V. M.. Wm A McKce; Secretary. W. H Wright, Altamont Post Ollicc. Lodge meets a: Odd Fellows' Hall. Livermnre Saturday nigbt, on or after each full raoon &gt; Vesper Lonoit, No G2 AO U w, Livermore. m. W., I. Horton ;G. F.. J. Aylward; "&lt;&gt;.. H- Bailey; Recorder,.G. W. Brock; Financier. AJ McLeod; Ke'er G. E. Kennedy; Q, C w Bradshaw; I. M. W. Gibbons "o \V. J. Cr...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 16 September 1880
Ii V ERMOHB COLLEGE! J, D Smith, • - Principal j Liveniiorft California i ] l CUTIS 11. LINDLFY ! j &lt; Attorney af Law, and Public livebmoke, California- | ] decfcUj ;; FLLIOTT AUBURY. ti Office lirst St. Pert Odd Fellow*? Hall Will practice in all tbe Courts 0C I-.2 Statu ; .1. Fl. PALMER, AUorne&gt; nu'l Counsellor al Law. - NOTARY PUBLIC. PLEASANT &gt;N. ALAMEDA CO.. CAL Prompt attention given to the prcparatloi j ot' legal papers. j I M. P. H. LOVE, Attorney at Law* and Notary rubiic. Officf. : Livermore awe., opp. Brick Block : LIVEUMORE, CAL.. It. W. GRAHAM, i Justice of the Peace and Con] vcyancer- | Special Attention paid to Real Estate; Transaction and collecting ; A rent for the Royal of Liverpool, and .Norwich Union Fire Insurance company MVERMOUE, CAI. CtCClOtf G. BENTON JARRETT, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEOS OFFICE • OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS* HALL. LIVEP.MORF. CAL. HORTON &amp; KENNEDY, Managers for the Pacific Coast for the man ufacturers o...
IMPORTANT NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 16 September 1880
IMPORTANT NOTICE. il The recent important improvements in this juurnai, while as yet yielding no mate..nctvase of income, have greatly in* crease! the weekiy expense and labor. We i.aye upon mr subscription hooks the nam's of nun Led* of subscribers who are ;n aimirs. and while we wisb to crow i no person, we find it necessary to at once collect the various sums thus owing to us. These accounts while individ-% uh.iv small, make in the aggregate, a large sum. This money, we need, and we feel that the majority of our patrons are fully able to meet this demand. Upon tbe first Monday of October, the names of all subscribers wbo are owing for more than one year back subscription, will be stricken from our lists. Bills will be sent out at ouce. We are compelled to take this course, to protect ourselves, and pfcying subscribers, for without prompt payment by all, we cannot maintain the bigb standard of our paper. The Alameda Encinel enters, this week, upon the twelfth year of iv life, bein...