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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 December 1881
Exeeutri.V Notice of Sale of Real Estate. ■\TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES THAT I'CRsuant to the order of the Superior Court, in aid for the City and Couuty of San Francisco. State of California. Department So. 0. •.Probate), made and entered in the matter of the Estate Of William O'Brien, deceased, on the 81st day of Sovember. ISBI, the safta'rsbfSsd, Annie M.O'Brien, Executrix of the last will of said deecased. will sell at private "sale, on or after Thursday the 23d day of December, I*l. the following real property belonging to said deceased and to his said estate, to wit: FIRST—AII .that certain tract, parcel and piece of land."situate partly in the couuty of Alameda, and partly in ;he county of San Joaquin. State aforesaid, and more particu.arly described as follows: Section number seventeen (IT) in Township number two (i&gt; south, Kange numoer lour \4) E ist of Mount Diablo Ba«e aud Mcndan. containing six hundred and forty (640) acres more or less, according to the United Sta...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 December 1881
J.A. BILZ'S Carriage Manufactory, Machine 5 Blacksmith Shop, PLEASAITTON, CAL. TO THE FARMERS »»n PUBLIC GENERALY, —I HAVE ON lIAND A LARGE STOCK OF— Iron Axle Header Wagons, Family Spring Wagons, open and with Hp, Family Carriages, Openand'-Top JJaggies, Skeletons Sulkies and Breaking Carts, AH tli is work is of uiy own manufacture; is guaranteed first-class in every particular Er"Psrti:ulsr attention paid to HORSE SHOEING. CARRIAGE TAINTING &amp; CARRIAGE TRIMMING Bay my work and I will guarantee sstisfaetioa Anspacher Bros , and Comegys, Block * Co., are Agents (or my Wagons a Livermore. gjf JBKJCIssC * r StF't PLE.YSASTON, ALVMKHA COUNTY, CAL. Charles. Packard, Prop. Low rates for the Winter months. Driving parties can always &gt;&gt;c accommodated with Dinner or Suppers. Piano and Dancing Hall for the use of the Guests. novl7tf -.. Livermore Flouring Mills SPECIAL NOTICE. I WOULD bereby announce to tbe farmers of Murray Township, that 1 am now prepared, ...
V Chapter on Farming. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 December 1881
V Chapter on Farming. As near as I can crawl up to the fact in the case, Adam was the first farmer. I have given the subject a large pile of thought, but I cannot find any reliable person who wants to give bonds that he can name a man who tried to earn a dollar at fanning before Adam struck in. 1 consider that Adam, I forgot his other name, started in on his career under very favorable auspices. Adam had his garden all planted, and the tilings pat up before lie rented it. All he had to do was just to go right in and occupy. fie had no competition. lie could put any price he pleased on his garden truck, and not lie awake nights and worry himself because somebody might undersell him. He &lt;• »uld charge 25 cents a box for his strawberries, and if his customers didn't like it, he could tip liis hat oVer his ear and intimate that if titer didn't like his berries at that price they could refresh their Stomachs Oil dried apples. He had to take no one's advice as to how he should ...
How to 13&.Mile lloue.v. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 December 1881
How to 13&amp;.Mile lloue.v. Large savings invariably originate in small sums, just as money embarrassment arises from little extravagances. Very few persons of ordinary honesty, deliberately set to work to make large purchases which they cannot afford, and yet numbers spend just as much money iv the long run in little things that they scarcely think worthy of notice. It is very difficult to fully realize the value of small sums. Little savings, if made at all, must be made in personal expenditure. What is spent over the household is generally needed, but the small personal luxuries which cost so little, are not. And when any saving is made in this way, the money shonld be put aside and saved, mii of being mixed with the endiug fund,and additions made to it as frequently as possible; that will make you understand as soon as anything, what small economies amount to. When money is put aside to be saved, it should be put in some place where it cannot be directly got at —tlie sa...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 December 1881
S. F. AUCTION i MILL SQUARE, LIVERMORE. A FULL ASSORTMENT OF BOOTS &amp; SHOES, CLOTHING, AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, ETC., Constantly on hand. S~p*l guarantee to sell cueaper than auy other STORE «N LIVERMORE. Farmers will save money by buying their winter gocds at this house ONE PRICE TO ALL. C. S. VICTOR. ESTABLISHED IN 1852. L. P. Fisher's NEWSPAPER Advertising gency, Rooms 20 and 21 Merchant l B Ex change, California St., S. F. B.—ADVERTISING SOLICITED * for ail newspapers published on the Pacific Coast, the Sandwich Islands, Polynesia, Mexican Ports. Panama, Valparaiso Jap m, China, New Zealand, (he Australian Co'onies, the Eastern States and Europe Files of nearly every newspaper published oj the Pacific Coast are kepi constantly on band, and all advertisers are allowed free access to them during business hours. Hkrald may be seen on file at the office of L- P. Fisher. |"| 0 CaEBPJUED^ S^ In Hosta of Famine* Hostetter's Stomach Biters is as much regarded as a househo...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 December 1881
D.A Mendeaoall &amp; Go. Dealers in DRY GOODS, Gloves, Ilosiery, Notions. MII--liery Goods, Hats Men's &amp; Boys Ready-made Clothing. Gent's Furnishing Goods, Boots and Shoes, AGENTS FOR (TATSSTSB 13TH. 187IJ Brick block, LIVERMORE, CAL. OUR MOTTO Quick Sales and Small Profits. LI VERMORE PRE WER I FIRST STREET, UVEKMOKE, CAL. Best of Beer constantly on hand. Supplied hy the keg at reasonable rates. W .Jordan, Proprietor Wilkins, the Tailor, city prices::! New Spring and Summer Goods If French, English, Domestic, and American. NEW SUITS, LATEST STYLES. Good fits guaranteed, give me a call Post Office Block - - Livermore. GEO. MILKENS. $| — Outfit pent free to those who wish to enin the most )&gt;leiisant and profi'able i) burines* known. Everything dew. Caj tal not required. We will furnish you everything $lt&gt;aday and upwards in easily made without Maying away from home over night. No risk whatever. Many new workers wanted st once Many aie making ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 December 1881
S. FRANCIS, MERCHANT TAILOR, 1006 BCOADWAY. 3DOORS FROM IOTH. The Best is Always the Cheapest I cot up First-Class Work at less money tlian in San Francisco. Fine selection of Foreign and Domestic Cloths, Beaver, snd Csssirneres, for Press and Business Suits, made in the Latest Style snv Warranted to Fit. Remember the place: Benitz Blue". loo6Brosdwsd COMEGYS, BLOCK &amp; CO., GK9KRAL DEALERS IU roc cries, Hardware, Crockery WOOD AND WILLOW WYRE, IRON, STEEL, COAL, Agricultural Implement 3, Paints, Oils, Wines &amp; l iquors E.e Agents for Matteson S&gt; Williamson, J. I. Case, Ran- ' dolph, Wyrick, and Genuine Hodges Single Gear Headers, Fish Bros. Wagons, Buckeye Mowers and Reapers, and manufacturers of Header Drapers. Machine extras and sections aspecialy* II It I' X BLOCK, Live: m &gt;iv. Drug Store. M. A, SCO IT. HOD. W. CHCRCH. SCOTT 6c CHURCH, Drugs, Patent Medicines, Toilet Articles, Etc., Old Stand, Mill Square, LIVERMOKE. We take this method...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 December 1881
always Cures aad never Disappoints The world's great Pnin-Relierer for Man and Bea&amp;t. Cheap, quick and reliable. PITCHER'S CASTORIA is not Narcotic. Children grovy fkt upon, Mothers like, and Physicians recommend CASTORIA. It regulates the Bowels, cures I Wind Colic, allays Feverlshness, and destroys Worms. WEI DE METER'S CATARRH Cure, a Constitutional Antidote for this terrible malady, by Absorption. The most Important Discovery since Vaccination. Other remedies may relieve Catarrh, this cures at any stage before Consumption sets in. TOWH LOTS! TOWN LOTSI TOVI/H LOTS —AT— Reduced Prices ! I would hereby announce tnat I hare accepted the srde and exclusive agency for the sale of the M'LEOD'S ADDITION LANDS, IN THE TOWN OF LIVERMORE. And now offer several hundred eligibly situated building lots at a Sweeping Reduction in Prices On these terms, only, have I consented ts take hold of the property. Land makes possible quick sales, and rapid improvement! High prices retard bo...
Our Story Teller. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 December 1881
Our Story Teller. WRANGLESVILLE. A NOVEL. BY CHARLES JEFFERSON THOM. [CONCLUDED.] CHAPTER LI I. MURDER ! FIRE ! "I am a man crossed with adversity."— Shakespeare. "My papa would like to see you," said little Maria Antoinette Willstrong to me one Saturday morning, just after Sally had so unceremoniously repulsed me. "Take a seat, Mr. Jones," 6aid Willstrong, upon my arrival at his at his house. "I -want to have a talk with you,if you are at liberty." "My time to-day is my own. I am at your service, sir." "Now, Mr. Jones, 1 have an interest in your welfare, else I would not advise with you. There is a great deal of talk afloat about you, some of which is of a grave nature; one thing is certain, public sentiment is fast going against you, and they are beginning to clamor for the return of Joe Hollenbeek. Few people here are now your friends, and I hardly see how yoa can get the better of these evil reports, unless you clear them up. First, Mr. Jones, scandal is connecting your name rat...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 December 1881
Town OflU'iuls Board ok Town TrustUCS—C. J. Stevens, W. M. MendenkalL Peter Moy, Patrick Callnghan. and Simon Wetteraa. Town Jcstice.—R. W Graham. Town CIJCUK —F. A. Anlhoi.y. Town Marshal.— Lenten Hilton Town Treasurcr.—W. 0. Massie, Chief Engineer—A. J. HcLeod. Toa n Attorney—Elliott Awbury C lmrrli Notices. First Presbyterian Church.— Rev. P. F. Phelps, I'a&gt;tor. Services every Sun Cay, at il A. M. and 7P. .M Sunday Bcbool at 10 A. M. &amp; 111 JEis ti o ns. F. &amp; A M. —Pleasanton lodge. No. H£ VV. W., Jas. Beazell; Secretar}-. C.J. Thorn, Dongherty Bt'n Post Office. Lodge meets at Odd Fellows' Hall. Livermore Saturday night, on or after each full moon Vesper lodge, No 62 AO ITW, Livermore W P. M.., I. Horton; M. W., J. Aylward; P., R. W. Graham; 0.. C Bradehaw; Recorder, G. Brock; Financier, G. K. Kennedy; G, G. Jahnigen; I. W., I. Munos; O W. 11. Bailey; Receiver, Fred Pleasanton lodge N0.2. r &gt;5,1.0.0.F. — Jno. B. Walton, N. G.; Peter Mu...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 December 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 &amp; KENNEDY, Manager* for the Pacific Coast for tlie man ufacturers of Enterprise SelfRegulating Windmills Petkins Patent; Enterprise Feed Mi lit. Pumps Cultivators, etc. etc., etc. General Office and supplies Livermore Alameda count}-, Cal. " [P. O Bex 125. B. D. MORRILL, House, Sign and Carriage Painter. Paper Hanging and Kalsomining. Leave Orders at N. B. Holmes' shop. jy.ls-3m. G. BENTON JARRETT, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. office: Private Residence, cor. Third &amp; E Streets LIVERMOKE. CAL. R. W. GRAHAM, Justice of the Peace. Collections and Real Estate Transactions Promptly Attended to. Undertaking a Specialty. LIVERMORE, CAL OeclfJtf TV ET RRAU'S LIVERMORE BAKERY, Livermoke, Cal, Families, Hotels and Restauran's supplied daily with the best bread, Pies, and Cakes. ELLIOTT AUBURY, I^AWTYaEIi., ...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 December 1881
Very few persons except those directly engaged therein have an adequate idea c* the magnitude which the grape interest has already assumed in this Valley, and of the extent to which capital is to be Invested in vine planting here, this present winter. At a moderate estimate there will be planted in this vicinity the present winter, about 1300 acres of vineyard. The cost of planting, and care for the first year, aside from clearing of timber, and fencing, when this is done, wiil average about 825 per acre. Thus, is to be invested in vine-planting, alone, about $32,500. Take, then, the cost of new buildings erected, fencing, 6tock, farming implements clearing the land, etc. etc., and we shall have an investment by our grape men, outside of the first cost ot their land, of fully $50,000. Of this sum fully two thirds will De paid out right here, lor labor, giving employment to hundreds of men, and every team which can be secured. There will be work for every laboring man among us, at go...
Man Francisco Market. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 December 1881
Man Francisco Market. Wheat—We quote No. 1 Shipping, $1 65@$1 67£; 2 do. $1 60 @1 G2£ fl ctl. The receipts and exports from San Francisco since July Ist to date have been as follows; Receipts, 10,943,410 ctls; exports, 9,880,462 ctls. As hinted in these columns, the Wheat market lias weakened under more free and small offerings. Yesterday quite a number of these could have been secured at inside rates. Exporters however, were not in the market, they being persumably still busy with previous purchases. It is very difficult to tell just where the market stands, but not what are its prospects. While there has been tonnage amounting to 100,000 short tons in port for over a month past, during which time there has also been shipped over 150,000 tons of Wheat, there has been only a nominal market for Wheat. It is a puzzle to many who hold and control the Wheat which goes into these ships. Occasional a heavier transaction is reported, but not enough sales were made on 'Change during the pas...
Scientific' Motes. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 December 1881
Scientific' Motes. Late investigations of German scientists have shown that the electric light is not only healthier than other methods of illumination in leaving the air purer, but that it increases the power of vision in some respects, especially in distinguishing colors. Red, blue, green, and yellow, are much more distiuct under this light than by daylight. Two Leipsic chemists have devised a process for obtaining sugar in a permanently liquid form. This result is said to be effected by adding to a purified sugar solution a 6mall quantity of a citric acid, which combines with the sugar and deprives it of its tendency to crystallize. Some experiments by M. Gantier appear to prove that human saliva possesses, m a milder degree, the came poisonous property as that of serpents. The human saliva injected under the skin of a bird caused death, with symptoms very closely resembling those resulting from serpent bites. A new theory of the so-called fascination of birds by snakes is that t...
Vitality of Seeds. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 December 1881
Vitality of Seeds. The vitality of seeds has been calculated as follows: Cereal gr:i ; ns will keep vitality to an almost unlimited number of years if kept perfectly dry in an even temperature. Onions, one to two years. Parsnips and rhubarb, two years. Peas and beans two to three years. Carrot, lettuce, parsely, mustard and Nasturtions, three. Cabbage, turnip, tomato, radish, salsify, pepper, spinach and egg plant, four to live years. Beets, squash, melon, cucumber, gourd, pumpkin and corn, six to ten years or longer. With the best of care seeds may preserve their vitality longer, but without it may be ruined in one year. The Guiteau trial still drags along, and is nearly as much a farce as ever, Scoville made the mistake of putting Gauteau himself on the stand, where his acting was completely broken rtown by Judge Porter of tha prosecution. There is but little qnestion of the conviction of the prisoner.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 December 1881
In Eonti of Famllle* Hostetter's Btoaach Bitters is as much regarded £3 a household necessity f.s sugar or coffee. The reason is that years of experience have proved it to be perfectly reliable in those cases of emergency where a prompt and convenient remedy is demanded. Constipation, liver complaint, dyspepsia, indigestion and other troubles are overcome by it. For sale by Druggists aud Dealers, te ■whom apply for Hostetter's Almaasc tor 1868. J. GROSS 'WITH A TIEW TO Closing Out His Entire Stock, will sell WATCHES, JEWELRY. CLOCKS. AND SILVERWARE, AT COST FOR 30 DAYS. Decl.4t