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Fruit Canning. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 20 October 1881

Fruit Canning. The San Jose Herald publishes an interesting article in regard to fruit canning at that place, in which are employed in the busiest season about 000 hands—men, women and girls: For apricots they pay from $70 te $80 per ton; cherries, $100 to $120 per ton; peaches, $40 to $60; pears, $40 y> $50; plums, $40 to $60; grapes, $30 to $40; strawberries about $120 per ton. These fruits are brought from all parts of the State. The greater part conies from Alameda County. They obtain one-fifth of their fruit in San ta Clara County. Much of it is obtained from Vaeaville and the Sacramento valley. Last year the San dose Fruit Packing factory put up one million cans of fruit: 150 tons of jelly, and 150 tons of preserves, hesides jams, dried fruit and vegetables, etc The principal market for all this fruit is in Europe and and the large cities of tho Eastern States. The fruits most desirable for canning are the Early ami late yellow Crawford and white and yellow clingsto...

Publication Title: Livermore Herald
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 20 October 1881

Hates for Subscription: One year. IN autancx - $S SO Kis m—T»s - • - 2 oo Tferea ruorth* - - - - ; UO I.ochl k<at i *' notice* in*ertnd tor lSt per hue Traactenl advertisement* ma»t be v«id fer In advance tb PitatlMS in every style Tur. nkrald alma to be an Independent local onrual. but baa opinion* of ita own «v all topic* ol Interest to it* patron*, and will alway* expre** them wltlioat fear. It ia not au "©rKau" for any party clique, or r.ng. and i'a opinions, of little wotih. though they way be, are not for *ale*.lauy price. Tne BSSULB I* thoreuchly ldentiried wit* the In--' : oCfMSAS of Murray 1 owu*hip. Ita towns and hamlets, and it* fanners, merchant*, mechanics and li'isbandmen. tt will ever be found laborii.e (or die building up of ibis acrlleu ot country and tbe prosperity of ite people. correspondence on topic* ofjrenerai or local in terett.ftas from personalities, will be gladly re eeived, the editor not. however, to be held retpwu ■ibis lor tbe idea* expresse...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 20 October 1881

J. R. PALMER, Attorney and Counsellor at Law* — AND NOTARY PUBLIC, PLEASANTON, ALAMEDA CO.. CaL Prompt attention given to the preparation of legal papers. HORTON & KENNEDY, Managers for the Pacific Coast for the man ufactnrers of Enterprise SelfRegulating Windmills, Per kins Patent; Enterprise Feed Mills, Pumps Cultivators, etc, etc., etc. General Office ton! supplies Livermore Alameda county, Cal. [P. O Bex 12.",. B. 1). MORRILL, House, Sign and Carriage Painter. Paper Haugiug and Kalsomiiiiug\ Leave Orders at X. B. Holmes' shop. jy.15~3m. G. BENTON JARRETT, M. D., FIIYSICIAN AND SURGE OH. OKKICE: Private Boideuce. cor. Third Si X Street* LIVKUMOKE. CAL. R. W. GRAHAM, Justice of the Peace. Collections and Ileal Estate Transactions Promptly Attended to. Undertaking a Specialty. LTVERMORB, CAI. Uccl9tf WETER A I * S LIVERMORE BAKERY, LivxKiroßK, Cal. Families, Hotels and Restaur an* 8 supplied daily with the best bread, Pies, am* Cakes. ELLIOTT AUBURY, Office first St. ne...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 20 October 1881

Thi< rear the town oi Livermore levied its first town tax (twentr-five cents on ihe •100) since ISId-ita teeeipta from lice uses having met th<- requirements of its town government during the past fire tears. Happy Livermore ' Recently the authorities invested 11.200 ia ihe purchase of a building tor a town hall Mid engine-house combined—a la A bone la —and $700 of ihe amount must be raised by taxation. The Herau> tells mm that, after thi- payment is mare, it wiil not be necessary ;,w another tax for several years. Alameda might likewise be exempted from lux ilion if her people could only be induced to liveraioreeconomical life. Butthey won't They have all kind*of expensive luxnrha —and. of course, they must pay for them, bo, instead -f being exempted from tax. ath.n year after year, we arc forced to' pul up" en average of seventy cents on the $ Pit)—ami even then we have no public gaslight, thanks to the power that makes and unmakes our charter law....

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JSewu ami Motes. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 20 October 1881

JSewu ami Motes. The Supreme Court has decided that the Supervisors of a county I have no rit'ht, under the now Constitution, to condemn private lands hat that compensation must be ascertained by a jury as ir other ~V;i ni.cno nntftoo »l<a in*n » wm'iriwl lloovS, IIUIOISa '.!!'. lUJ v IS •> Cu. At a mooting of the Dim-tors of tho Mechanics' Institute last I' "id'iv tho contract for tearm"* down th:'- Mechanics' Pavilion, re- j moving it to, and re-erecting on | the new cite, after the adopted plan, wa- awarded to Moore Brothers of San Francisco. The contract j The New York Su7t regards Blame's letter to General Garfield, i accepting the Secretaryship of! State, as a new bid for the Presi-1 dency. it says: James xx. rJlaine is at this moment a candidate for President, and is working on his own account. He is more dead in earnest as a Presidential candidate than he ever was before in his life. Fifteen months ago the events chances forever, lie was probably sincer...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 20 October 1881

The Extra Senate Session —Xew Pbjsidbntial Depabtiteb—Office—S kekeks Scotched — Tin-: Wwlsi i 0T0N,D.C.,0ct.8, , 81. Ia porsnance of the call for jn extra session, senators nave neariy all arrived, and each party is in caucus to-day to agree or disagree on a programme of organization. I will not at tempi to predict what will be the outcome of the special election for which the extra session was called, for the wires may prove line a false prophet before this is ! put in type. But, beneath the eni forced calmness which both parties feel is befitting this sad crisis, 'smoulders ranch excitement. In electinc a President of the Senate, it i< realized that a possible President of the United States will be ' made. It is idle to say that such »i thirtcr is *i'U nrohahle The trafific occurrences of the last three i months have edacated pc -pie to anticipate the improbable. If there ! shall 'be a long and bitter tight Ill will be because senators realize [ that but one life stand...

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San Francisco Market. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 20 October 1881

San Francisco Market. Wheat —We quote No. 1 shippug, si 75@1 7T:V: No. 2 do, $1 70@1 72£ per ctl The receipts and exports from Sun Francisco since July Ist to date have been as follow,-: Receipts, 7,63i>, 859 ctls- exports, 5,857,321 ctls. The market continnes to lack activity. Yesterday's Liverpool advices were quite favorable, but nevertheless, local buyers did not seem to be more urgent in their demands, and former quotations were not improved upon. Holders seemed to have come to a slightly better understanding of the situation, and did no longer Beetn to fear that exporters were ready to purchase everything in sight. Offerings were rather more free, though held at former figures. In short, it was evident that patience is a most imi Portant element of the present mar- | ket, and that the prospects for a continued exercise of this virtue are good. Nevertheless, the general I situation continues highly favorable Ito the wheat interest. Tonnage is accumulating rapidly, an...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 20 October 1881

THE IMPROVED Daniel Best SEED CLEANER! The Best . achine in the Market de of Cleaning 1.000 Sacks a day PRICE REASONABLE. Terms to suit the times. May be seen at work in this Valley. Apply to J. U. TAYLOR, myl9-ttf Agent. THE IMPROVED Daniel Best Seed Cleaner! PETER MOY, AG EXT, LIVERMORE. Guaranteed to be the best cle.inpr now offered for .-:ilc in this market. Is capable of cleaning 1000 sacks of train per day. Tbe best is tbe cheapest, and this is the BESTI I bave the machine at work in t! i- VaTey, where it can be seen at any time. sepl tl PETER HOT, Agent. Alameda Co. branch. —OK TUE— Of California. 822 kNO 924 BROADWAY, Union link Baildiug) Oakland, Cal Cash Capital, $300. 000- 0 0 Cash Assets, 581,385.7<i. The Home Mutual i* a California Compaay, contlni ig us busiueas to the Pacific Coast. Over 1.000 shares of the Company's stock are held by prominent residents of Alameda and Contra Costa counties. All Premiums received through ibis Branch are Deposited ami Invest...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 20 October 1881

0 M . STOMACH &ITTEfl s Diminished Vigor Is reimburse] in a measure, to those troubled writ* weak kidneys, by r judicious use of Ilostetter's Stomach Bitters, which invigorates and stimulates without exciting the urinary organs. In conjunc* lion with its influence upon them, it corrects acidity, Improves appetite, and Is in every way conducive to health and nerve repose. Another marked quality is its control ovei fever and ague, and iv power of preventing it. For sale by all Druggists and Dealers generally. New Drug Store, M. A, SCOIT. BOD. W. CIICRCH. SCOTT & CHURCH, Drugs, Paints, Medicines, Toilet Articles, Etc., Old Stand*, Mill Square, LIVERMORE. We take this method of informing the people of Livcrmore and vicinity that »ye I have opened ■ New Store with a complete stock of pure, fresh drugs, Patent Mcdi- ; ciues. Toilet Articles, etc., which we pio-1 pose to sell at city prices. We have also added a handsome Soda Fountain, where . thirst can he quenched...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 20 October 1881

S. FRANCIS, MERCHANT TAILOR, 1006 B OAO WAY, 3 DOORS FROM 10TH The Best is Always the Cheapest. ! cot up Fint-Chae Work at less money than in San Franekeo. Fine adeetum of Foreign and Domestic Cloths, Heaver, and Camimeree for Dress anil Business Suits, made in the Latest Style and Warranted to Fit. Remember the place: Benitz Block, 1006 Broadway COMEGYS, BLOCK & CO., OEH Kit AI. DEALERS 1.1 Groceries, Hardware, Crockery WOOD AND WILLOW WYRE, IRON, STtEL, COAL, Agricultural Implements, Paints, Oils. Wines & Liquors Etc Agents for Matteson $ Williamson, J. I. Case, Randolph, Wyrick, and Genuine Hodges Single dear Headers. Fish Bros. Wagons, Buckeye Mowers and Reapers, and manufacturers of Header Drapers. Machine extras and sect ion s a sped a ly. !.?<!' X BLOCK, Liv rmore, FAiHIOI Livery Stable W. S. SMITH, PROPRIETOR LIVERMORE ESTABLIHED IX L 852. L. P. Fisher's J\ EWSPAPER Advertising gency, Rooms 20 and 21 Merchant** Kj--i change, Cal [for aid St...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 20 October 1881

TOWN LOTS! rOWN LOTS! TOWN LOTS. -AT— Reduced Prices ! I would hereby announce tnat I have iceepted Ihe s >le ami exclusive agency fur he tale ef tbe MIEOD'S ADDITION IAND", TN THE TOWN OP LIVERMORE. Ami now "(T. r several hundred eligibly situated building lota at a Sweeping Reduction in Prices On these term*, only. have* I consented tk> lake hold of the piwperty. Cheap Land makes possible quick sales, and rapid improvements High price?, retard both ! Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Co.'s Lands. Hut lag completed the tale of all the Company's Villa Lota outside i>f the Town limiis, consisting of about liJ r > ■«» res, I now offer for tale Ihe remainder of tlie property, consisting of shout forty buildiag lots, a" ftciu $00 to i'tO each. Parties contemplating building at some future time should scenic I" 1 - a ilhoul dray. Now ii the time! There Will he a boom !" Maps, plats, abstracts of titles, anil a bed ulc of reduced price of every I n ...

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IiOCSI Itrieflet*. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 20 October 1881

IiOCSI Itrieflet*. Weather more salubrious. The sprinkling cart still travtleth. Prepare to "shell out to the Town Tax A day behind again, this week. Will . stcfa up. by next issue. The frost of last week stiffened out the 1 ,t.l of the June bugs. A new dry (roods store is to be started in Livermote at an early day. John Aylward is rooting in his new 1 uilding for Ihe storage of threshing ma Geo. C. Stanley will soon T>etjin the ef*. rciioaof a rear addition, 13x28, to his X Qr. J. W Van Zandt, formerly of this place has btea committed to the insane Peter Moy came near losing a valuable boree 'his week. Dr. Owen aascalled and Remember Martin Nevin'saaleof stock, town, next Saturday. Upwards of ioO Geo C Stanley's auction sale, on Friday isl week, was well attended, and good I ri< ts acre realized. II Tyce and Miss Hayes, of Alameda, arc spending a few days with their cousins, the Misses Hayes, of this place. liiss Frank Parker, of San Francisco, Ii - txH'B \isi...

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Another Suicide. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 20 October 1881

Another Suicide. A Spanish youth a anted Andrea Higuera committed suicide at the Fimbres bouse, in •Mexico." near th is place, this fTbttrs lay; afternoon, about two o'clock, by shooting himself througli the heart. A loveatrair wt the cause of the act, the youth having oecome attached to one of the inmates ,( the house in question, who evidently did not return his affection. He left a note addressed to the girl, informing her that he died because she loved someone else better than him. Higuera was but eighteen years of age. He grew up in this vicinity, was generally knows, and is said to have been a quiet, wel'-meaning young man. Several persons were in an adjoining room when the shot was fired. A coronet's jury was summoned by Acting Coroner Graham, which found a verdict in accordance with the facts.

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I'leasuuton Loiter. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 20 October 1881

I'leasuuton Loiter. PI.KASANTON. Oct. 19th, 1881. Kn Hkrvlo: — Having very cold frosty mornings. Farmers are putting in all their spare time burning stubble. Hry still keeps coining in. Grain is about all in the warehouses Shipment of all kinds of produce is moderate, owing t) the scarcity of cars. Mr Jos. F. Black is still very sick. Doctors do not report any improvement in the past week. The general health of our town is good. The business of our lumber yard never was better, if as good. Company "F" Dragoons will not assemble for drill for one week from date, owing to the absence of tl.e capt:.ln. He has been granted a furlough for one week. The hunting in this vicinity has been splendid for some time past, and well patronized. Henry Black and wife are spending a week in the city visiting relatives. The demand for our "spuds'' is increasing. Our District School is having a week's vacation. The teacher, Mr C. E. Meiwin. is visiting relative.- in the northern portion of the State. S...

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DulHin Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 20 October 1881

Dublin Letter. DUBLIN, Oct. 18,1881. Editor HEARLD.—Frosty weather again: cold enough for a fire. A little rain to settle the dust would do no harm just at present. Mr. Jos. Sessions, of Oakland, has decided to try his luck at farming in this vicinity this year. Richard Cronin and Miss Ellen Martin were joined in wedlock by Rev. P, Powers ; on Sunday last. Mr. Jos. Packard has sold his ranch,one mile north of here, to Mr. E. A Bance, for the sum ol $7,500. Boswell Lee, acting land agent for the California & Nevada narrow gauge railroad, is in town, getting the right of way to the land through which the proposed road passes. Mr. Charles Dougherty has divided his ranch into small farms of seven hundred acres each, and has rented them to parties who have decided to try their luck at farming. Green's Hall was filled last Thursday evening, the occasion being a social dance given by the Amador Social Club. Dancing commenced at eight o'clock, and was kept up until four o'clock ...

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* or.tr i t'nsta X*'w» [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 20 October 1881

* or.tr i t'nsta X*'w» The fair, lust we.ek, was not largely attended, but the .-.took display was linusaally good. One of the animals entered for premium at the County Fair, a promising voiitig , mare, owned by Mr. Van W.nkle, called Orphan Girl, was taken suddenly sick laal ; Wednesday evening, and died within one j hour, as is ■apposed from mflamation of the bowels, how caused is not known j

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County News, [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 20 October 1881

County News, llecoto. A. J. Hare lius reigned hi* position as ! station agent at Decoto. Fres.- ol other ' aaincss is tbe cause. jliisitm San Jom». Constable H. Freiermuth met with a serious aeeinent Tuesday night, the Uth iust. lie had been called upon the street for offichtl services aud placed his pistol ia his coat pocket, where were already some iron articles which he bad put there during the ivf. While be was in the act of removing his coal after returning home, the pistol was accidentally dbcharjged, indicting a severe, though it is thought, not dangerous wottud iv the right leg above the kuee. Alvtirndo The sugar woiks having been running light, since the accident, resumed full work Wednesday. The boilers which were thrown out have bern replaced bj new ones, and tin superintendent hopes to Caleb up in a mouth The boiler bouse will be repaired immediately. Mitnol. A surprise party will be tendered to Matt Kogan this (Thursday) evening, ii being bis r Ist birthday. Full report...

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DIED. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 20 October 1881

DIED. Edmonds.—ln Livermore. October 9th. Elizabeth A. Edmonds, aged 68 years, V? months snd days.

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