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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 21 October 1880

News and Notes. A newspdpcr is about to- be published in London, iv tlie Persian language, for circulation in Persia. Turkey and Afglmnistar*. The chief promoter of the scheme is an Indian Mussulman, who has for ReffeTft] years lived in Constantinople. Prof. Chadbourne, of Williams College, is writing a book on the 'Wealth of the United State-." Rand, McNaHy *fc Co., of Chicago, have undertaken the publication of a "Cyclopedia of Political Science and Information,to be edited by Mr. John J. Lalor, and to be written by a number of competent persons. The 'work will make three volumes of 800 pages each. The second volume of Botany— State Geological Survey—is now published. .'« A statue of Robert Burns was unveiled in Central Park, N. V., on the 2d. It is of bronze, and is placed on a pedestal of Aberdeen granite. It is placed on the Mall, opposite the statue of Sir Walter Scott. Burns is represented in a pensive pose, with pen in hand. Statues of Alexander Hamilton und Admiral i'arragu...

Publication Title: Livermore Herald
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A Chapter of Secret History. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 21 October 1880

A Chapter of Secret History. When the Livermore Herali was awarded tlie contract to prini the delinquent list of Alameda Co. Mr. Bartlett, the publisher of thai paper, found himself without the necessary tyye to do the work, ant consequently. sub-let the job to But ler & Bowman.joD printers,of Oak land, Messrs. Butler & Bowinat: accepted the contract and agreec to do the work. After these gen tlemeu had promised to do thi: work, a certain newspaper man oJ Oakland came skulking around anc offered lo give Butler <fc Bowmar s 1100 if they would deter th* Herald man in his good work oJ saving Alameda county (5,360. THi offer was scorned, and the news paper man came very near being kicked out of the office for judging otherpeople by himself. The objeel in deterring the Herald contract was so that the next highest biddei would be awarded the contract which bidder was in on the steal. The Oakland newspaper man tc whom we refer is W. E. Dargie oi the Oakla...

Publication Title: Livermore Herald
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County News. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 21 October 1880

County News. Oakland. As the three o'eTßek train from Berkeley Siiurday aft*fijoon%as aboulieoiuißg to :i stop a boy named 7 years,trie.l to cross the Hack anil was knocked down by the locomotive. His left leg was crushed and Dr. Payne amputated it near the hip joint. The little sufferer lived about three hours. . Speculation is rife as to the Intentions of the S. P. C. R. R. AH sorts of stories are floating about. Gravel trains pre running to the Webster street end of the road, and the necessary filling for the double track is being rapidly pushed forward. When this Avork shall have been completed a second track will be laid to the wharf, to accomodate the trains from Oakland. It is probable thai a temporary bridge will be erected east of the present structure, iv Order that Havel over the roadway may not be interrupted, II ay wards, [From the Haywards Jonmal.] One night this week ice formed an eight of tiu inch in thickness ou Robert Gordon's place cast oi town. The warehouse just...

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The Democratic Barbecue. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 21 October 1880

The Democratic Barbecue. upwards of 800 persons gathered at J. F. Black's grove, near Pleasanton, last Saturday, in response to the announcement of a grand Democratic barbecue to be held on that day. The Pleasanton and Dublin Hancock Clubs formed in procession, and, each headed by a brass band, proceeded to the ground in fine style. The latter was joined at Dublin by a delegation from Haywards, the forces thus combined forming a procession over a mile in length, under charge of T. D. Wells, Marshal of the Day. A fine large silk banner, bearing portraits of the Democratic candidates, and the inscription, "Dublin Hancock and English Club," presented by C. M. Dougherty, was borne aloft, together with innumerable flags and streamers, the whole making a gay display. At the grounds, the two bands joined forces, and filled in the intervals of the occasion with the stirring airs of "Red, White and Blue," Dixie's Land," etc ; C, M. Dougherty, of Dublin, was elected President of the Day, and ...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 21 October 1880

W. S, Smith i Announces hinajsrlf us a candidate ; For Constable of Murray To. {East IMstriclf subject to Uie decision of ihe peo pie on Tuesday, Nov. 2, 1-»sa LIVERMORE "SALOON -AND | LUNCH ROOMS CONNECTED On and after Saturday , Oct. 23d, I will be prepared to furuish FRESH OYSTERS, New Orleans Shrimps, Pigs' Feet, Caviar, Sheep's Tongue, Tripe, Binj ported Limhurger, Holland and Swiss i Cheese f Salmon, Cove Oysters, Sardine!, Lobsters. Pickicd Herring, etc. gp:o. bastian, rrop'r. ocSl-3m GREAT 3-Days' Races TO RK HELD AT THE FLEASANTQN JJRIVINO PAB X OS Thursday, Friday and Saturday, OCTOBER 28, 29 AND 30,1880. On the fir.it day there will be a match trot for $500 a m<:>\ bet jcceu Jobu Lowrie's "Mow Boy" and Andy Patterson's '"Dora Pedro " On Friday j there will be first a trot. mil« heats, bout 3 iv 5. for a purse of jIOO. open to 4-year olds new owned in Jiurray Town-hip; and second, a troi, mile heats, Dtst I in 5. U>r a puree of $100, open t...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 21 October 1880

h j Republican Ticket FOR PRESIDENT, JAMES A. GARFIELD, j FOR YICE-rRESIDENT, CHESTER A. ARTH r R. Presidential Electors. John F. Miller. Henry Edgerton, John A. Bauer, ('harles Jf. Fox, jr. W t McKaig, Thojuas 11. Bard, Representative to Congress, 2d Dist. ■ ■ Horace F, Page. Members of tke Asse-mbh/, J % alcnlin AlMso, W> Jf - Cameron, L B, Edwards, CO CATV OFFICERS. t Sheriff Jeremiah Tyrrell Clerl Andrew Ryder \ Treasure* Charles E Palmer Recorder Peter R Borein ' District Attorney EM Gibson Aasesaof W 1* Board man ; Tax Collector Louis Gottshall j Auditor James A Stanley Surveyor G L Nusbaumer ; Coroner WT Hamilton j Public Administrator .. CBRnthersord Republican Meetings! Valentin Alviso, 11 Hon . JJ*. Ca m ron. aad L. B.Edwards, Republican candidates for tbe Assembly; together with other candidates for county officers, will address their fellow citizens as follows, viz: Mission San Jose Friday, Oct 23 Berkeley Saturday, Oct 23 Sunol Monday, Oct 25 Pleasanton Tuesd...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 21 October 1880

THE | Livermore I A live, newsy, local paper, AM) The Leading country Journal of Alamoda County. With the beginning of its eighth volume the HERALD will be found to Increase | greatly in Interest & 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 of choice original and select Literary matter. Its regular weekly story selected from the best extant, will prove an interesting feature. a Now is tbe Time to SUBSCRIBE!

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ELECTION PRINTING [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 21 October 1880

ELECTION PRINTING .-. on tl e . ■ .i. Terms, i ksu with i

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Local Brieflets. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 21 October 1880

Local Brieflets. The Livermore Garfield and Arthur Club numbers sixty three members. The Catholic Fair begins at this place on Thursday, Nov 4th and continues three nights, Nov 8th. Don't Forget the sale of fine second hand >. rente grant las' week. A large amount The C, P. has been replacing many of the old timbers in tlie railroad bridge across the Mocho, with new thus adding greatly to the strength of that structure. Some of the old timbers were badly dcs The seventh of the series of free enterhunments given under tlie auspices of tlie Public ! ibrary Association will be held h\ Libraiy Hall, Wednesday evening:, Nov. 3d. A full variety of ••patches" is Al! tin old street lamps have been retired to private life, and replaced by the newpatent tubular lamps, which are vastly superior. The new lamps are chimneyless, give a brilliant light, and do not blow out. even in tlie hardest wind. The cost ot the ten new lamps was $80. The receipts of the Author's Carnival, in San Fr...

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BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 21 October 1880

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. Oakland. October 18, 1880. Tbe Board met at ten o'clock A. M. pur- ( iUaul t.> adjournment. Chairman Smith ; am; Supervisors Clement, Dusterberry, ; .Marlin, (ireen,'McClane, Myers and De' i puiy Clerk .lobn C. Marsh were present. ; Tin- minutes a the previous aiKliit were reaa and approved. i report was received from l{oad Overseer Campbell: To the honorable tbe Hoard of Supervisors of Alameda county: Gentlemen— l would vonr attention to a couple of bridges in Dublin Road Distrn t which require two by twelve-foot : P*snka across tbt center of the bridge ! lb. amount of lumlier rrouired is fifteen j hundred feet. \\ it . Campbell, Sr., j Oveiscer Dublin Road District. Mr Clenvent moved to refer the mattes jto Mr Green, with power to act. Mr Mc- ! Clane seconded the motion and it was ear. j ricd uiiaiiiin»uslY. Road overseer Elliott made the follow- ! »»g report: j To the Honorable tbe Roard of Supers Mfeors of Alameda county: Geutlemen— i I be unders...

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MARRIED. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 21 October 1880

MARRIED. BALES-CRANE.—At tbe residence of the groom's father, near Livermore, Oct. 17th, Miss Margaret Elizabeth Crane to Mr. Oriu Bales, both of Murray Township. Hocse for Sale.—House of 5 rooms for sale, ou easy terms, or to exchange for ranch. Inquire of S. Levy, Livermore. oc2l-lm Ranch to Rent. —Ranch of 160 acres, rolling hill land near Pleasonton, to rent. Good house on ranch. Terms cash rent at $3 00 per acre Will rent for one, two or three years. Inquire of H. O. Wel'er, Pleasanton. oc2l It Girl Wanted to leara trade of Tailoress. Must understand sewing. Apply at once to Geo. Wilkins, Post Office Block. Livermore. Wanted to Excuasok—Good work horse for good buggy horse. Inquire at this office. Ranch kor Sale--333 acres Livermore valley laud tor s.dc. Price $15 au acre. Inquire of E Anbury. Livermore 14 3 Ranch for Sale —75 acres, al] fenced; good house, barn, chicken botl-es, granary two welis of good water; three miles from Livermoi©. Price, $3000; $1000 down, ami balance ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 21 October 1880

LOCAI, NOTICES. Harness and saddles made out of first class stock in a workman like manner and warranted, at Gorner's. * Horton vt Kennedy's pumps are the best. Buy no other Horton Jfc Kennedy, Livermore. Cal. * Messrs. Horton & Kennedy's Enterprise Perkins' Patent Windmill is too well known in this vicinity to need an enumeration of its good points. There is scarcely a mill of any other make in the Valley, while the Enterprise is on even hand. Horlon & Kennedy, Lwcrmore, Cal. * The merits o( Messrs. Horton & Kennedy's Enterprise Windmills arc too well known in 'his vicinity to need special mention. The fact that no other mill can be sold here is procf positive of its excellence. * Marshal Mack keeps the only exclusive hoot and shoe store in Livermore. * Call and buy Mack's Silk Foot Protec tors Prevents rheumatism, sweating of the feet, corns, buniors, and chilblains, Etc., Etc Price 25 cents. * Mack's fine Philadelphia Shoes. * Mack's Children's...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 21 October 1880

ANSPAGHER BROS Pitftl KM IN GENERAL Merchandise HA! GRAIN FEED, Etc Corner oe First and L l/vsermore, Ca\. Agents fur a number of tbo bcit Insur ance companies la the country. GIVE US A CALL I Anspacher Bros. Theo. Corner, DEALKB IN Harness, 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 A C'aid to the Public. HAVING HAD MY G ALLERY THROUGH*.y renov.-tted and refurnished with all the j latent lniprovi-d accexetirirs of the seasou, Huch a* plain aud scenic background*, chair*, ta- i bleu, new iaetrameitui. Ac I sm prepared to do | Urst-cUPf work in aP brauchea of ihe art. and at lower price* than you can K ,:t lb* nanic c!a*s of i work douo for. any where elne. All of my work I will be warranted" to ftv» putii'faeuon, as I will j not allow any inferior work to fO ou: of my ■ lloumc. E. W. Baker. Photographer Livermore. 1 OOMEGYS, BLOCK &amp...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 21 October 1880

Pre-Km prion lie via i■ \ tory ( Statement. ! Lamb Omct at atockton. Cal . auk. n\h. i**j j NOTIOR IS nEHERY GIVEN that tl I lug-cauied settler Lax CM notice pi :r.I tentiou to make final proof in Mpporl I rlaiin. and secure final I'ntrv thereof at ti:i» off a .oa Monday. Oct. 4. I*«U. vis: Mi** AOfr&al I ! irers. Pre emption Declaratory Statement No. : j SSI, for the sws, af section 34. Tp 4 8, 8 8 i:. '. II) M . and MUMM the follooriaa »>• her vi [tl Ml viz: Win Fieke. of San J ouq i: 1n OU* (P Oi, tna John Walter, of Banta(PO). S«»i Joe<;:::« Co, I a«'.d Ml «sl illieL'lrich. and Ml-o Addie Oil ieb, i .' Lt>au Cal . Wm. H. Wheaton. ST.! St Register Land Notice. ———— DSFA*UtSKI Or TBI I.stKKIOV. 1 I'sitku States Land Omen, sau Praaciaco, t el.. Au«. is. isso \ NOTICE IS BERK BY GIVEN THAT I!' \K\ Callagban, of Alameda County, Cat . I :•.■.■.. more P. 0 . ha? applied, under the provieii vi , | the Act of CongfWjfe o June M. !».- "An Act f...

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Ladies the Best Planners. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 21 October 1880

Ladies the Best Planners. lii many partieulnrs in connection with the comforts and convenience- <>f California residence?, tlie mistress often displays better judgment than the tna-.ter. Nor is this fact at all strange. If the lady is observant and intelligent her continued experience and contact with tne general arrangement of home m fully qualifies her to compre--1: ad alike the convenient and practical, and the objectionable arrangements met by her in home experiences, and gathered in the course of ii< r \ bgs among friends. Sometimes men are obstinate, and peruse their wives the privilege of any say in the matter—following their own views in all things; but a- a rule, better and more satisfactory results are reached when the Opini ms of an intelligent wife are at leas! consulted. Although some architects "don't want anything to do wi h the women," vet it is questionable whether every man in the pr< fjssion who enjoys the patronage "1* ...

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He Resembled the Old Man [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 21 October 1880

He Resembled the Old Man One of our exchanges has the A good story was yesterday told ai military headquarterß about young Jesse Grant, who has just returned to Galena from the West. Jesse went "through a Dumber of I Arizona mining towns, and was! given some prominence. At one! pi cc a pig, burl v. profane 1 and dis-' sipated miner, who had sold a six-! hundred dollar claim, and was in j town ha? ing a high old time, t*ok ■ drunken notion to distinguish I himseli bj thrashing young Grant, who is small, and ol light build. The big niinerenme up the street, cursing a - he came, and swaggered int 1 a restaurant where Jesse was sitting, and» approaching a young' a:,d wi II drafted man, but evidently a native «>f those who: was at a table near the entrance, he slapped him heavily on the shoulder and ex el aimed: "Look hver. stranger, how many bits to the dollar.''' The stranger addressed quietly laid down his knife and fork, de- j liberatclv eyed the intruder for a: full minut...

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The Californian. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 21 October 1880

The Californian. Fresh and bright come 3 the November number of The Californian. Its papers are of a high order, clever and sparkling. We can but briefly notice its contents. •The New Napoleon,''by Joaquin Miller; The Chinese Army," by Henry C. Wolfe; '•Opportunity,'' by JB RSill; "A Strange Confession," a serial. Chapters V and VI. by W C Morrow; Wrinkled Sirens, by Boynton Carlisle; A Grass Widow—She Telia Her Own Story, by Helen Wilmans: Russian Religion and Russian Government, by Alfred A Wheeler: She Knows, by John Vance Cheney: Mining in the Sky, by W M Bunker: W W Crane, Jr. coo tributes a second paper, and a most readable oue, on A Winter ia Berlin- Album Verses, by Milicent W Sbinn: Fish* in£ on the Winniemame. by Lucy Sargent: Thomas Carlyle, by Charles H thinn: A Miner f uin Arizona, by Joseph me Clifford: A Dead River, by the editor, Charles H Phelps: Climatic Studies in Southern California, by J P Widney; The Childhood of Charlotte Bronte, by Gertrude Harrow: Orpheus an...

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The Spelling Reform. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 21 October 1880

The Spelling Reform. At the ( losing meeting of the Alameda ' Couuty Teachers' Institute, a society was J formed for the purpose of spelling.elected | the following officers—President, T. O. i Crawford; Vice President, Mrs. Johnson; Secretary, 11. P. Carlton—and passed the { foPowiug rtsoluiiou in relation to that i matter: Resolved, That this Convention declares | itself in favor of a spelling reform, to be , prosecuted slowly and judiciously, begin*i not with an entire change of alphai hetical characters to represent the ele» i mentary f-ounds in our language, but j remedying, first, the most glaring fault in j our orthography, such as double conson- ; ants, silent vowels, digraphs and diph i thongs, whose sounds may be represented l>y a single character, believing that this practical age, economic in lime, demands this change.

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