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Superior Court Callendar. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 10 June 1880
Superior Court Callendar. Following is a list of Murray Township cases to he tried in Department No. 1 of the Superior Court, during the July term of the present year, together with dates set for trial of stme: Chvs. McLaughlin vs. Jeremiah Rvan— July 9. Rosa N. deßernal vs. Jose Reyes Bernal, et al—July 19. Pacific Mutual Life Ina. Co. vs. F. J. Clark—.Tulv 23. J. F. Blat k vs. Wm. B. Merrill—July 27. Simon Anspaeher. et al. vs. A. C. Gor don. et al.—July 29. R. Bernal vs. Dennis Noonan (Consta-ble-July 30. R. C. Marshal vs. Livermore Spring Water Co.—August 13. Pacific Lite Ins. Co. vs. M. P. H. LoveAugust 13. C has. McLaughlin vs. Arrabella Kipple —August 19.
A Hasty Verdict. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 10 June 1880
A Hasty Verdict. I The majority of people are ever ready to judge the conduct of their neighbors— iv other words, to "cast the jQrst stone." But we have no right to judge others until we know all of the circumstances that influence their conduct, lv many cases we might imitate those we condemn, under like circumstances. A young man employed in a printing office in one of our large cities incurred the ridicule of the other compositors, on account of bis poor clothes anil unsocial behavior. On sevetal occasions subscript ion papers were presented to him for various objects, but here-fused to give his money. One day a oompofcitoi asked him to contribute for a picnic party, but was politely refused. Thereui&gt;on tbe other accused him of nig- , ganliitiess—an accusation which he fiercely resented. "You little know," he said. ' how unjustly you have been trenting me. For more than a year, I have been striving to gave money enough to send my poor blind sister to Paris, to be treat...
My Broker. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 10 June 1880
My Broker. Who leasts, me on to fi»tdn BysTan. Kun gvM«ii projects greet nr viefon.— Aud charir*» but a ainull Commission! My Broker. Who. while I trudge through Buddy ways. \ K.ur- (for tbat tnull commission pay*j behind a handsome p*ir oi bays? My Brftker. Who, eftling at Psetolns" fonnt. Bnj -. sells, or tu4d* *or "next account, ' i tis.-c.kg. ul coui«c. a small imuttat r My Broker. Whose tone is soft, whoee manner bland; v\ ho. H'-htly holding by my band. Talk* ligures 1 don't understand? My Broker. When panics ccmve. who »eem* to wear A «aim aereoetsapicror air. As if it wasn't hie affair* «. My Broker. ■vTboee vfHa'a somewhere ia the west; Wloee wife's it: f!lk and sealskin drevt; Whoee wines anU weed* are of th" beet? My Broker. Whot* waist expands r W v o still can sport A face of roundness rnddiest sort. Though drinkiug '47 bort? My Broker. Whom do I look on as my friend Tili he those "Turkß" would recommand-— Yet Waew th.c b**vU*lle end* My broker HL*«*o*
Livermore vs. Dublin. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 10 June 1880
Livermore vs. Dublin. Last Sunday the "Unknowns," of this place, visited Dublin and played the nine of that place a friendly game, and easily defeated them by a score of 32 to 10. The ground was too rough to admit ff any brilliant plays being made. The features of the game were Webb's batting, he making three "two base hits," andThomas, pitcher of the "Unknowns," made a wonderful one-handed catch of a "red-hot" liner from Fallon's bat. The Dublin nine is mostly composed of new players, but they have good material and some of their players are very promising. This makes the fourth game and the fourth victory for the "Unknowns" this season. Next Sunday tbey will play the 'Pacif ics" of Haywards on the Livermore grounds, at which place the "boys" expect to have a close and exciting game.
MARRIED. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 10 June 1880
MARRIED. CAiXAGHAH-McOAFiREY,-In East Oak. land, June 3d, by tbe Rev. Father King, William Callagban, of Livermore, to Miss Bridget McCaffrey, of Oakland. Watkrma*— Goidsteik.—ln San Jose, Juue 6tb, at the residence of Joseph Waterman, Esq., by Rev. Levy, Solomon Waterman, formerly of Livermore, to Miss Freda Goldstein, of San Jose. Tbe happy couple left for the home of Mr, Water, man at Spencerville, Nevada county, on Tuesday, and have the good wishes and congratulations of their many Livermore friends.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 10 June 1880
To Let.—Lower part of Odd Fellow's Block, Livermore, now occupied by R. W. Gr&gt;«ham. Inquire of I. Norton or N. D. Dutcher. Anspaeher Bros., of this place, represent a number of reliable insurance companies, and are now prepared to insure standing crops, upon favorable rates. * What other preparations fail to do, Hall's Hair Renewei surely accomplishes. It renews »he hair and especially restores its color when gray and faded. As a dressing it is unsurpassed, making the hair moist, soft and glossy. The most ecconomical preparation ever offered, its effects remain a 'oug time, and those who have once made a trial of it will nevei use any other.—Advertiser and Union, Frudonia. N. Y. John Aylward has lattdy purchased a tine lathe for his Blacksmith Shop. Machinery of every description repaired at the shortest notice. The repairing of threshing engines, and the attachment of his Straw Burner, a specialty. Satisfaction guaranteed, or no charge. Steam Boilers :ested to their full...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 10 June 1880
ELECTION NOTICE. NOTICE IS EIREBT TO TtTi quallied Sectors of .-chr.i! IV ttrxt. Ooocty of A:*ajec. btata ot I all is&gt; nia. that aa eleci'oc «riH be fcei-i on ihe tltti c*v o: «uce. A. D. 1860. st wh'.cb SrilJ be •i.'imUtsd tte qnsetloo of vot!tg ro eaaatract c- cccJ&gt;*e oa* rooa and Ball the Ssaool Eocse, t:d .-rz.si me I*, will be ne- .-•-» ;o ■jew* an purpose theotc of O-e Tco .'-aad Dc . Ist* Po'.!- w^' 1 . ot""*! at *be PaY" I Sbcae It :b«* o.' L ■"•rno.-';, fraeo t!".sr 3u_:ive, szase:J.F. Mxres*. BOWK SBt Hiram Batlst, District School Trustees, itr.st. NOTICE TO TAX PA YERS. Persona! Property aad Pell Tax is now due, payable at this office: After July i=t, percentage and cost of Collecting will be added, A. J. McLEOD, Assessor Murray Township, Livermore, May 6th, 1880. LOCAL NOTIC I S. &amp; Kennedy's pumps are the Buy no other Ad-iress, Horton &amp; Kennedy, Livermore. Cal. » Messrs. Horton &amp; Kennedy's Enterprise Perkins' Pate...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 10 June 1880
c. r m. k. tih use. LIVRKMORK DIVISION. Passenger trains leave Livermore Sts lion as follows: GOIK'i WEST. (JOINS MAST. 6:10.. . A. M. 9:50 A. M 13:15 , M 2:56 r. Ml m " ELLIOTT AUBURY, Office first St. next Odd Fellow*? Hall Will prbwticein al! the Courts of tee State. Farmer*, Attention , 1 am now evablisbed at my new -&gt;bnp North side of Railroad Track, ojtpo Freight Depot, where I am prepared to attend to all kinds ot Blacksmitbiog in its different branches. Gang Plows, SincU Plow?, Cultivators and Harrows ot every description made to order at shortest nn. ti cc. Second Growth White Hickory Double and Single-trees constantly on band. JOHN AYLWARD. Sitters Appetite, refrosbing 9le«*p, the acquisition of flesh and color, are blessings attendant upon the reparative processes which this priceless invigorant speedily initiates and carries to a successful conclusion. Digestion is restored and sustenance afforded to each life sustaining organ by the Bitters, which is unoffens...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 10 June 1880
LI VERMORB COLLEGE J. V. SwHtm, . . Frincip** Livermore California. HORTON &amp; KENNEDY, Managers for the Pacific C,oast .01 'he man ofactGrers of Enterprise StttRegulating If luthmUn \\xkins Putent, Enterprise r'td Mi!!;. Pumps Cultivators, etc, etc., etc. Genera! Office and supplies Livermor* ftlameila county, Cai. [p. 0 Brx 126. CURTIS H. LINDLEY, Attorney at Law, ajd Notary Public, LIVERMORE, CAUFOBXIA. decBly W. GRAHAM, Justice *f tie Peace and Coy veyaseer. Special Attention- paid to Real Estate and collecting Arent for the Rovat ef Liverpool, sod Norwich Union Fire Insurance company LIViIKMORK. CAL CeclPtf G. BENTON JARRETT, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, OFFICE: OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS' HALLLIVERMORF. CAL. "" " -in»iiu«ni mm »&gt;MMaMnams*aa&gt; J. R. PALMER, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, -- AND NOTARY PUBIC. PLEASANTON, ALAMEDA CO.. CAL. Prompt attention given to the preparation of legal papers. M. P. H. LOVE, Attorney at Law, and Notary I Public. Off...
SAN FRANCISCO ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 10 June 1880
SAN FRANCISCO ITEMS. Samuel Brannau is ia M xico trying to adJuat ids claims against tuo Government of that oountiy. R v. Dr. Scott, pastor of St. J ,ha's PresbyifcJUu CuUiCtl, hasgoue to Al X.Co. A man named X atiug foaud upon the streetraiiroad track, ue»i B. ai.nau street, a torefiugei or a person a hana. He wae unable to discov r iv owner. Ia the cane of Samuel Green, cbarged with the murder of Patrick Hitigiua, the jury announced that they couid not agree. Intelligence has been received from Victoria that the steamer Empire requires a new shall, wbicu will have to oe sent up lrom here. Tue jury in the case of Catherine Cappola. cbatgeu wuh murder, returned with a Vcidict of noiguily. This is tne turd trial of the case, the jury having disagieed on the two trevioits trial*. Tue cem.ua enumeration iv tbis e«ly is processing Willi satisfaction aud dispatch. Up 10 ibis linio mere lias not been found auy ou. who lefui-ee ultimately to give the nquued iufi rotation to the census take...
NEWS SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 10 June 1880
NEWS SUMMARY. Tlie S-nate iv »iecu ive Session, confirmed H »race Maynard as Posttnaater-General. Subscriptions amounting to 2VJ ,000,000 roubles have been icccived to the new Russian loan. The Senate Foreign Atf&lt;ir a Committee hss i d cideel to favorably report Putnam a* minister to Belgium. The British. Consul at Scutari has proposed to Moi.t-negro to conclude an armistice I with tbe A banians, j It is reported that tbe Chinese have driven, i the Russians baca to the Kuldja frontiers, ! | capturing many villages. Colonel J. C. Audeureid, of General SherI man's cts IT, died at bia residence in Washingi ton. His remains were to be interred at Wept Point. The German Government has directed tbe corvette Frega to proceed to Hongkong, to | reinforce the German squadron iv Chinese ; waters. 't he statement tbat the Pope Ins written I a conciliatory letter to Emperor William on i the subject of the Church conflict, is uufounded. A duel has been fought on the Belgian frontier be...
SAN FRANCISCO MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 10 June 1880
SAN FRANCISCO MARKET. FLOUR —Exports lor the week under review have been exceeding'y light. The demand for expert at the moment is also light. Receipt from country mills and from Oreiron ar; liberal and stocks are generally heavy. The rrocerj and country trade is net brisk in this line. The tone of the market is still dull and weak for all but the high grades. These seem able to take care of themselves, pendiug the arrival of choice new milling wheat. We quote, Sujiernne common, Superfine, 13 7 r &gt;..tf4 o); extra supernue, 14 choice and extra choice, §5 ; Oreiron, &gt;rood to choice, 14 70«j,#5 (Hi WHEAT—At tbis date last year the situation as compared with to-day was as follows: lt&gt;7y. KssO. Liv quotations, Ssyd&lt;glleb\i. tolld#10»5d Freight rates, fts#BUa Local market, #email@example.com The freiitht for spot lots of average, Californi t in Liverpool, and for good to choice stii; plug in thio city. This market drags heavily with too lew transact! us...
Reliable Testimony. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 10 June 1880
Reliable Testimony. Where testimonials srive the residence of the parties it is an easy matter for any person to verif/ them. Thousands of people fr- m all parts of the Pacific Coast can and have expressed tbe opinion that there is no ot er article in the world c itial to PHOS PHATE SOAP for commou toilet me. A | great many people have tested this soap for i skin diseases. Among others we give tbe I foilowiu j from parties who have thoroughly tested PHOSPHATE SOAP: Oakland, Cal., April h Ist I. STANDARD SOAP COMPANY -Oests: | Some two or three months ago, 1 had a boy j about two years old that had sutlered or a jear with a severe eruption » n the head and ' face, caused by teething. The chHd was in such misery that it would oiten be awakened ou', of sleep by the severe itching. He would then scratch his head and face uniil the blood ran from the scabs. We tried everything we could find, but nothing seemed to uive sn v permanent relif until jwe tried PHOSPHATE SOAP. Be:ore we | had u...
The Age of Miracles [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 10 June 1880
The Age of Miracles is past, aud Dr, Pierces Golden Medical D scovery WjII not raise the d,-ad, will not cure you il your .'utigs are hall wasted by cousuiuptiou, or your system nuking under cancerous disease, it is, however, unsurpassed Moth as a pectoral and alterative, and will cure ob miate anil severe disease ot the throat and lungs, c-ughs, and Boothia! affections. By virtue of it* wonderful aitvaUve properties It cleanses and enriches the blood, thus curing pimples, blotches, and eruptions, and causing eveu meat ealiue, ulcers to heal. Sold by diuijgisis.
The Robertson Process [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 10 June 1880
The Robertson Process For working rebellious ores is remarkable lor its simplicity aud cheapness. No Other method is known which so lompletely reduces rebellious gold aud silver ores lo the same condition aa free milling ore. Parties ' who have the machinery for pulverizing and amalgamating can erect a suitable iurnace for Using the Robertson Process at a cost ol from *J,oj() to 11,5(HI, according to capacity requireil. For lull particulars address John A. Kobertsou, the patentee, P. II box 552, Oakland, Cal.
Feels Like a New Man. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 10 June 1880
Feels Like a New Man. RoouKSTitit, Sept. 25, 1869. Menn. 11. li. Warner &lt;£ Co.-—1 feel grate- ' ful t &gt; you lor uaviug relieveil me. by means of your Safe Pills of an old and seemingly incurable cosliveness. For years 1 h.ive scarcely been aole to obtain a natural evacuation of tLe bowels. Only by the aid of physic or injections could 1 obtain relief. 1 find that I now have a regular evacuation of the bowels aud feel like a new nan. Yours sincerely, T. F. DeGabxo. A Wiltshire dame, the mothtr of a large family, wa* once asked the number of her chi dien. "La, me!" she replied, vockiug herself to aud fro, " I've got fourteen; mostly boys and girls."
Honored and Blessed. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 10 June 1880
Honored and Blessed. When a board of eminent physicians and chemists announced the discovery that by combining soiue well-known valuable remedies, the most wonderful medicine was produced, which wouid cure such a wide range of diseases that most all other remedies could be tli spensed with, many were seepii«al; but proof of its merits by aciu -.l trial has dispelled all doubt, to-day the discoverers of that praol iiudicine, Hop Bitters, are honored and bieased by all ;ii beuelaclors.