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A Notable Gain [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 14 October 1880
A Notable Gain The steady improvement in the ! wheat market promises to supple- ! ment the largest crop ever produced \in this section, with a fair, paying ' price. Reckoning the wheat crop of Murray Township, this year, at j 50,000 tons, we should, at one dolI lar net, per cental, receive there j for, $1,000,000, while every cent lof advance from this price would | amount to $10,000. Thus, at *1.12 1 (the lowest for which wheat sold in livermore this season) our crop would bring $1,125,000, while at §1.35, the price offered here to-day, we should, did we sell, realize the snug little sum of $1,---350,000. Thus, in a little over four weeks, the wheat product of Murray Township for the season of 1880 has appreciated in value just $275,000. In other words, our farmers, should they sell their grain to-day, would have over a quarter of a million dollars more spending money in their pockets, than if they had sold a month since. This is indeed an encouraging prospect, speaking, as it does...
County Advertising. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 14 October 1880
County Advertising. From almost every newspaper in Alameda county, excepting the j Tribune, and Times, of Oakland,' we hear some dissatisfaction as to &gt; the manner in which the county advertising is at present being done. At their regular weekly session, a reporter of the Oakland Times is presen}, whose duty is to take a report of the proceedings of the Board, which report is published in said paper, and for which the sum of fifty cents per square is. paid. Inasmuch as the reporter is j working for the Times, and not to j the interest of the people of Ala- j meda county, he naturally has ex- J tremely long reports. If John Doe iof Eden township sends in a long j ! report, which interests no one in ' the world but said Doe, and no one : reads, it is passed to the reporter i for publication, and for which the I county pa* s fifty cents per square, ilf the Board debates on some tri- ! fling matter, their conversation is ! published in full, and although it i interests no one...
William E. Bargie. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 14 October 1880
William E. Bargie. j This insignificant apology for a j journalist has had his ''Republican conscience" disturbed, so he says, in his spurious sheet of Wednesday evening last, and it is a pity. His Republican conscience was not disturbed when he entered into a syndicate with J. B. Wyman, of the Oakland Times, to rob Alameda county out of several thousand dollars for printing the county delinquent tax list, and for which he implicated, in his attempted crime, ; several papers, but failed to corrupt the Livermore Herald. Dargk's Republican conscience was not disturbed last Sunday evening, when he requested the editor of the Enterprise to reconcile the Livermore Herald man, in order that a steal might be arranged foj the publishing of the same tax list in '81. When we informed him that we would not enter into anything of the kind, his Republican conscience was in reality affected. The action of the Livermore paper is one which deserves the highest commendation, and, had the Enterprise ...
General News. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 14 October 1880
General News. Ohio, Indiana and West Virginia voted fot State officers and congressmen on Tuesday, Returns show in Ohio a Republican majority of 80.000, *nd a train of six congressmen, while Indiann, which last year went Democratic by 14.000 majority, is claimed by the Republicans Hy 4,000. West Virginia went Democratic. The railroad has made th's proposition to the Tulare settlers: That the settlers j estimate the value of their land at graded prices, deduct from this the value of im-! provements. exclusive of ditches and wa- I ter. from the result deduct twenty per i cen'., and the remainder wi'l in each case represent the amount the company will j take for their claim It is proposer! that the Marshal shall at once dispossess set- I tiers who will not accept the new com- 1 promise. Messrs White £ Langan, attorneys at law, of Oakland, will establish a branch \ ■ Ace at this place next week.
Talks, with Workingmen. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 14 October 1880
Talks, with Workingmen. NUMBER TrtO. Among the evils of the present I day in many classes is a lack of! honesty. This is evinced in different ways. In public men in a readiness to take bribes and sell position and influence; in some by a readiness to rob on the highway, pick pockets, etc. Among workingmen the only dishonest tendency I can see is that which shows itself in the effort to get money without giving in return a fair equivalent; in other words by shirking. This is a very common evil indeed. There are few men who do as good work when their employer is absent as ! when he is present and inspecting their work. This is a very grievous error. This makes employers suspicious and disposed to crowd his men. Let the workingmen -cc that they are not guilty of this. | Industry and faithfulness are \ always recognized, and the opposite | qualities are just as readily seen, j Let this be a matter of principle. ! and it will certainly be beneficial to our laboring men. IMPROVIDENCE. Why...
A Literal Mexican. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 14 October 1880
A Literal Mexican. One of our Eastern exchanges tells this story: Wickedly anxious to obey orders j to the letter was a Mexican taking I the stand in a New York police i court, ns a witness in an assault case; Having informed the Judge that lie spoke English, he was told ' to state what he knew of the affair in question. Thereupon the prosecuting attorney, an Irishman by birth, quite unnecessarily intervened with: "Ye onderstand, sor, that ye are to go on and state to the coort what ye know about the ease in j your language.'' "You want me to tell the story in my own language? asked the witness. "Yes, sor, I do,"' replied the lawyer. The Mexican began: "Este mujur quenia a mi casa— "What is that ye're saying?" exclaimed the attorney. "I am speaking in my own language, as you resquested me to do,'' was the reply. "I didn't mane for ye to spake your own language when I said for ye to spake yer own language/ exclaimed the legal gentleman. "Can't ye spake to me as I'm spakin' to ye?'' "...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 14 October 1880
Harness Shop! " MORE TIE'S BLOCK, LIVERMORE, CAL. A Full stock of Saddles, Bridles and Harness of every description constantly on hand REPAIRING AND TIMMiNG. Prices Vo Suit \\\e Tunes \ OIVK M V. A TJt t A L. J. P. MORETTC. PROPRIETOR _ STOMACH _ LO*J »ITTEB S j The accumulated evidence of nearly I thirty years show that the Bitters is a certain remedy lor malarial disease, as well as its preventive; that it eradicates dyspepsia, constipation, iiver complaint , and nervousness, counteracts a tendency Ito gout, rheumatism, urinary and uterine disorders that it imparts vigor to th? fe- pb'e and cheers the mind while it invigorates the body. For «ale by all Drugtrists and Dealers genera lis Returned! Jeweler and Watchmaker, After an absenre East of two ynsrs, lias returned tc his old stand. Mill Square, Livermcip. whf re he will be gla '. to ir e»l ol 1 and new frends. Besides inerea?ed faci.hies for all kinds of watch, clock, ard jewelry work. I shit. keep the? mean time of this merid...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 14 October 1880
fpXjULAH Beptlican Wen FOR PRESIDENT, JAMES A GARFIELD. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, CHESTER A. ARTHUR. Presidential Electors. John F. Miller. He nry Edgerton, John A. Bauer, Charles .V. Fox, W. W. McKaig. Thomas R. Bard. Representative to Congress, 2d Dist. Horace F. Page. Members of the Assembly, Valentin Alviso, W&lt; W Cameron. L&gt; B. Edwards* COUNTY OFFICERS. t Sheriff Jeremiah Tyrrell j Clerk Andrew Ryder j Treasurer .... ( harles E Palmer ' Recorder Peter Ii Herein \ District Attorney KM Gibson Assessor W F Board at an J Tax Collector Loui* Oottshali Auditor Jame- A Stanley I Surveyor GI, Nusbaumer ' Coroner W T Hamilton j Public Administrator . C B Ratbersord j Republican Meetings! Valentin Alviso, Hon. W. Camron, **«d L. B. Edwards, Republican candidates for tbe Assembly ; together with other candidates for county officers, will address their fellow citizens as follows, viz: Alvarado Saturday, Oct 16 San Leandro Monday, Oct 18 Mt Eden Tuesday, Oct 19 Niles Wednesda...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 14 October 1880
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 14 October 1880
Local star notices on this page will be charged ten cents per line, or per square of ten lines, changed weekly, $2.00 per 'lionth. No personal communications will be published in this paper under any eire umstances, cither in reading or advertising columns. legal advertisements wih be Charged for at legal rates, lieing 90 cents per square first insertion; 60 cents per square second, third and fourth insertions; 10 cents per square each subsequent iusertiou.
Local Brieflets. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 14 October 1880
Local Brieflets. North wind! Hay hauling and shipping is now going on ic&gt; good eai ne.-t. 0»l public schools are all enjoying a vacation this week. Typhoid fever is prevalent in this section al present. J. L. Miicbel Is just finishing an addition to his resident c, L street. Attspacher Bios, have begun work on (heir lu.xioo warehouse addition. The total valuation of the property in Livermore School District ia ffils,fifrl 53. Wood, wheat, hay and baihy wanted in payment of subscriptions to tue Hkr.vld It costs only from $3 tc $10 per year to insure against accidents in the Travellers, bee card. j The Springs In the mountains art already increasing their supply oi water, aud the i tt reams are swelling. Mis* M Crckc and Miss M J. Burns of | Sau Franch-CO, are visiting their rntud, Mi".-. O. K. Owen, Of ihts Valley. The rate of the special school tax iv Livermore School District is a trifle under lwtn»\ cento ou the hundred dullais. The combined area of the C".c wheat wareh...
Barn Burned. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 14 October 1880
Barn Burned. . i A barn on the ranch of Mrs. Arabella I Tipple, five miles east of tbis place, was 1 burned to the ground, early last Sunday 1 morning. The building had been cleared of its contents, with the exception of a few harnesses, hut the day previous, with the intention of filling it with hay, and i the loss was therefore not large. The in- . mates of the house were asleep at the | time, and were only made aware of the ; fire when awakened by neighbors. There \ is no tenable theory as to the origin of the fire, other than that it was the work of an incendiary. No insurance. 1
Pleasanton Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 14 October 1880
Pleasanton Correspondence. Pleasanton, Oct. 13, 1880. [ Editoh Herald- The political pot is , beginning to boil. Ere long we shall have on a full head of steam. Some of the smaller pots have already boiled over 1 and some few have sustained a "'bust." The grand barbecue to come off at J . F. , Black's ranch on Saturday next, is all the talk now. A grand time is expected. Several eloquent speakers are to be there, | among the rest Dr. J. C. Shorb of San Francisco will speechify on this occasion. Numerous beeves, hogs, sheep, etc., are to be roasted. We understand that two bands of music have been engaged. Mr. H. H. Strang has about recovered from his late illness. Miss Lettie Minick. youngest daughter of H. C. Minick, died on Thursday last after an illness of about four weeks. Mr. George Gilson has been very sick for about two weeks. Grain still comes in a perfect stream. Both graiu men arc making large additions hut are unable to prepare the room as fast as the grain is hauled. Such...
Contra Costa News. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 14 October 1880
Contra Costa News. — Tbe Contra Costa Fair is tbe sensation ' , at Pacheco this week. A revival is to be held at th&lt;? Presbyte j rian church at Danville, beginning on Monday next and continuing two weeks. Meetings •will be held every afternoon and evening. Two stacks of wheat on the ranch of R. O. Baldwin, in San Ramon Valley, were dest-oyed by fire last Tuesday, by sparks from h thresh in? engine. Tbe loss is es timated at four hundred sacks No insur- j Hnce.
A CARD. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 14 October 1880
A CARD. Editor Livermore Herald There are so many property owners who go un* insured on icrount of Ihe impression that ia the event of a loss it is expensive ami ' troublesome to collect their insurance mo- i nev, I wish to State f &gt;r the benefit of your read.-rs that the Home Mutual Infurance Company, through their general agent, H. H. Maii'ill. gave me a check this day in j FCtr of my loss caused by the fire of the | Slii in&gt;t Tlie amount of my loss was as* j certained without putting me to any ex- j pense or trouble, and was paid a* soou as , ascertained. I therefore take pleasure in | recommending the "Home Mutual" to all M the most desirable company to insure j with. Joseph Nevis. Pleasanton. Oct. 11, 1880. ! Hocsb for Sale or Rent—My new ■ bou*e at Pleasanton. on the west side of i town, eligibly situsted near church and school bonse, six rooms, closets and hath. \ good w« l! of water on premises. I ocla Itn Ja3 F Kafp.
County News. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 14 October 1880
County News. Oakland. A. S Scott, an employe in the office of G. W. McKnead, searcher of records, cut his throat in East Oakland on Sunday. He was suffering from delirium tremens. Since the passage of the Ordinance prohibiting boys from getting on and off the steam cars while in motion, matters have been very quiet all along the line. The practice is virtually broken up. Matt Lynch, the fourteen-year old son of Belle Lynch, the ex editress, who stole a horse and buggy in Oakland some three months since, was sentenced by Judge Greene on Saturday to three years in the State prison. The contract for the work of raising the seawalls of the Oakland Harbor has been let to Dennis Jordan. The work will be commenced about October 20th, and about 150 men will be employed. The new Masonic Temple is fast assuming an air of elegant finish. It is expected that the edifice will be completed the first week in December, and be ready for dedication on St. John's Day, December 27th. Joseph McNamara, a...
THE NOMINEES. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 14 October 1880
THE NOMINEES. We published last week a partial list of sketches of candidates. We complete the list this week. GKO. L. NCSIIACMKR, The Republican nominee for Couuty Surveyor, is the present incumbent, a young man who has lived in Murray township from boyhood, being the son of one of the first ranchers of the county. George will undoubtedly rug ahead of his ticket. JOHN DOHF.RTT. The Democratic nominee, is a surveyor Wj occupation—a rnicMlc-sged man, ol experience in tlie ways of politic- He is a resident of Oakland. X M GIB-ON". The Republican candidate for District Attorney, is lhc present incumbent, havng first been appointed by the Board of Supervisors on the resignation of Henry Vrooman two years ag&lt;». He went before the people last fall and was elected. He reside* in Oakland. W. H. BASFI.EY, His opponent, is an Oakland lawyer. The Russian Court invited Dr. Aver nnd his family to the Archduke's wedding in the Royal Palace. This distinction was awardei him not only bec...