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A Chapter of Accidents. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 22 July 1880
A Chapter of Accidents. A large number of accidents have occ urred in this Valley during tbe past week J than ever before, in a similar length of j time. We chronicle below the most imI portant: Last Sunday afternoon, a Spanish lad named Salvador Franco, formerly a pupil in tbe public school at this place, was thrown from a norse, near L. R. Martin's place, tbe animal falling upon and breakin c the lads leg. Dr. W. S. Taylor set the limb. While James Beazell, of this place, was driving bia double team over a raountain road in the canyon of La Cost a creek last Sunday, he was thrown from the vehicle by a sudden jerk, and severely bruised. He was confined to tbe bouse a couple of daya. Last Monday evening, while Peter Franzen was lilting down a bale of hay, in the loft of bis stable, LarMsville. he missed his footing, and fell through an opening into a manger, below, receiving numerous severe bruises. He was otherwise uninjured. Arthur Webb, assistant station agent at this place, whil...
Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 22 July 1880
Answers to Correspondents. Questions on any subject will be answered, to the best ot the cditor'f ability. Correspondent* mnut »tpn real name, as well as a norn de plume, not for publication, bat as an evidence of good tilth. Voter,—The total popular vote of the last Presidential election was 8.412.733, : distributed as follows: Tildeu, 4,284,885; ' Hayes, 4.033,950; Cooper, 81,740; Smith, | 9,522; Scattering, 2,636. Tildeu's plurals ity over Hayes, 250,035; Tilden's majority over all, 157,037, Livermore. —The ideas you suggest as proper to be included in an editorial, are 1 ratherrisionary. Political economy and; kindred themes, offer opportunities for sophistical discussion. Maithus, in his , Essay on the Principles of Population, es» I ttmates tiiat popu'ation wheu unchecked, | doubles iiseli at the end of a period of twenty-five years, and thus increases in ! geometrical progression, or a ratio of 1, 2, j 4, 8, 16. 32, etc.; whilst tiie means of subsistence increases only in an ...
Our "S olid 3Iea." [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 22 July 1880
Our "S olid 3Iea." Follru'- ; r,£ * list of those, of th? tnx payers of Murray Township, who'e prop- ' arty is assess ed at upwards of |5.00). Ai.spaciier B os $ 20.000 1 Jose Aurre'i-oeei.vM 35 000 I Lu. Atkinson 6.500 ! V. Alviso 12 ~n &lt;j Dennis 80nd.... 7,006 Bank of California 9,500 .Juan Bernai, Jr 13.875 Bray ft Meek 12 500 Jas. Bnrbank 5.T00 Abijah Baker 83,720 Aug. Bernai 14.000 Angela Bernai 7,600 Jose Bernai 16 500 J. F. Bacbeldor 7,500 Anton Bernai 11,550 Jos..F. Black 98,500 WmßCarr 47.750 B L Crittendon 6,035 Chas Clayton C 505 Wm T Coleman 6.650 Comegys, Block &amp; Co 2.750 E Dyer 6.405 M Devany 7,650 Duerr «fe Nusbaumer 21.050 C M Dougherty 115.720 John Elliott 6620 John English 17.000 P Etchbrane 23,650 W. J. Fallon :.: 6.• 50 John Gal way 11025 C Garth wake 6.400 John Green 16 250 H Haves . 8 250 L B Huff 14!505 Hortenstine &amp; Stover 6.000 Chas Hadsell : 53,370 D Inman : 23.425 Geo Johnston : . : - 11 6 5 Chris X little . . . . 8.625 W...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 22 July 1880
A C aid to the Pnblie. HAVING HAD MY GALLERY THROUGH".y renovated aud refurnished with all the lateet improved accei-sarle* of the i-earon, ' unc'n as plain end aceuic background*, chairs, taMm, new icktruineuiß. &amp;c I am prepared to do firat-cia** work in al' branchea of tbe art. and at lower price* than you can get the *au&gt;e class of work done for. any where elae. All of my work will b* warranted to give satisfaction, aa I will not allow any inferior work to en ont of my Uonse. X W. Bakib, Photographer iti verm ore. Cnt tb&lt;* aotic* ont. and return it to tbe Gallery aart rm. wjjl get 'Jik extra pictures on every
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 22 July 1880
LOCAL XOTICES. Who's Uadvl * Where's Lladv? * F&gt;.ve r- seen lirdv? * Here, there and --.V.-where—Lindy I * V-"be-e's the man who doesn'; know Lice v? * i Look out for Licdy, aad the Big Red 1 TLe'W es cry for Lit-.ly. and the Ge::; : -? bucksk r. harvest g'.oves cf a! I descriutionS aJ G * j Keys-cue's rrt.ber and buckskin line', whips ate tbe best and must uuraoie. For at Gc:i:er » * For a good pair of driving or working gloves, go to Gorner. * Plarcess and saddles made out of first class iv a workman-like nianrer anu warracted. at Gcrcer'a. * Horton Ivcni: :' lr*s pu are the best. Buy no r*h \ •; -. ess, Rorton &amp; EonneJy. Livermcre. Cab ¥ Messrs. Hortca &amp; Eenredv's Enterprise Petkirs' P&amp;tcct WicdmUl is too well known in thisvicicay to need aaeeumeratiou of itsgood po:f«. There is scarce.'y a mill of any other make ;u the Valley, while the Enterprise is seeu on every bane Horton &amp; Kennedy, Livermore, Cal. * The merits of Me...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 22 July 1880
TIKE TABLE. livermore division. Passenger trains leave Livermore Station as follows: Got&gt;"3 WfcST. GOING EAST. 6:10 A. M. 9:50 A. M. ] ■ I'J. :15 M 2 :56 p. MA , .—: NOTICE! Al ramor having gotten abroad, to irii the effect thai Inm about tc leave Ltvermore, I wonld hereby s-ate that such lis sot tbe case. Drassaiakipg ard pr'trt-t:-cutting a speeia'y at my residence. Second I j street. Livermor". Mrs. R B. Campbell. n- 8, Bm. | Fre-Eruption Declaratory Statement. Lavs Office. ) fc. s Fka&gt;-ci*co. v tun »tb. IW ) ' "\Totice is hereby that tbe following i \, narouo s&gt;'*' er r.i.sfi tat notice 9f his tsTentfoa | A to make p:ov: iv IQppi.rt cl bis c Mm. et.c seen re fiLal entry tbereo! at this oflice mi • Wwdi Augtft H, ;?iO. viz: RomnaUic ' ! Valeaaceia, homestead App teaiion Ko wos for ! 'bet H ofa * of tec 4. t2i. i Be»st. M DM. 1 di.d rames the foi OTPg i i h ; s w les.-es. viz: : FeocorH It. i-.vaii* of FiMcaglteß , P O . aud Jose Dolores HJgnerm, J...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 22 July 1880
LIVERMORE COLLEGE j J", D Smith, - • Principal Livermore California HORTON &amp; KENNEDY, Managers for the Pacific Coast for the man ufacturers of Enterprise SelfRegulating Windmills^Per" kins Patent; Enterprise Feed Mills, Pumps Cultivators, etc, etc., etc. General Office and supplies Livermore Alameda county, Cal. [P. 0 B&lt;x 125. CURTIS 11. LINDLEY, Attorney at Law, and Notary Public LIVERMORE, CALIFORNIA. decB-ly R. W. GRAHAM, Justice of the Peace and Con vejancer. Special Attention paid to Real Estate Trcnsatticn ur.d colheliLg Ap-ent for the Royal of Liverpool, and .Norwich Union Fire Insurance company uvtitiioKr., cai. aecl9tf G. BENTON JARRETT, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE: OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS' HALL. LIVERMORF. CAL. ELLIOTT At'BURY, office first St. next Odd Fellow s Hali Will practice in all the Courts of the State. ' J. R. PALMER, Attorney and Counsel!or at Law. — AND - NOTARY PUBIC, PLEASANTON, ALAMEDA CO.. CAL. Prompt attention given to the prep...
SAN FRANCISCO ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 22 July 1880
SAN FRANCISCO ITEMS. The deaths in the city last week were 70, 4t. males and 24 females. By the Belgic, which sailed for Hongkong last week, 130 Chinamen returned home. The Free Public Library is now opened as a circulating library. It has now 25,000 volumes. *A155,0»0 surety on Mayor Kalloch's bond has filed au application to be released from the liability. t Of all the naturalizations iv one of the city departments one day last week, one-halt were natives of Ireland. Rev. Jahn Hemphill and Rev. Dr. Piatt, two prominent pastors, have returned from their summer vacation. Of the one hundred and twenty girls recently examined for promoUou to the High School, seventy-eigtit failed. The School Superintendent has prohibited teachers from recommending pupils to auy particular bookstore. The steamer Favorite made hourly trips Sunday afternoon to the Japanese man-of-war, now lying in the harbor. The semi-annual examinatiou of school teachers is a prominent item of interest in the educationa...
NEWS SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 22 July 1880
NEWS SUMMARY. Many French Jesuits are going to Spain. Memphis has been favored with as earthquake. The railroad to Leadville, Colorado, is completed. The census retunn ifit* I&gt; uod's population as 4,258. • The French Senate ami Chamber of Deputies have been prorogued. The anniversary of lh&lt;; Battle oT Boyue, at Montreal, passed oil very quietly. The Chinese Minister and suite have left London for ?t. Petersburg. This indicates peace. The condition of the crops of cotton, cora and wheat throughout the States generally, is reported as good. It is rumored that the Prince of Wales will make a tour of Australia, visiting the Melbourne Exhibition. Rochefort, a leading released exile, has started, in Paris, a new journal. He says he will demolish Gauihetta. Johu B. Manner, assignee ot Archbishop Purcell, is invoking the aid of the law to increase the assets of his trust. The total values of exports of domestic breadstuff's during the twelvemonths ending June 30,1880, ...
SAN FRANCISCO MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 22 July 1880
SAN FRANCISCO MARKET. FLOUR—Since the first of the month there have been exported in barrels; To Liverpool 2,000, Hong Kong 9,042, China 16,22', Japan 921, Central America 1,516, South America 62, Panama 391, Honolulu 30, Mexico 3), Victoria 305, Kahalui 213; total 36,373 barrels. As will he .seen !&gt;y the above, the export demand i* very fair. The local demand is good. There is a moderately good supply ou hand, and as we are just entering I he new wheat season there is not likely to be any accumulation of stocks very soon. The market is firm for good to choice grades. We quote, Superfine common, 3.y)®s362}£ Superfine, |3 75##4 50; extra 6Upernne, #4 12Hi®i4 25; choice and extra choice, |5 57&gt;£trit ; Oregon, good to choice, $4 75&lt;0*5 (10. WHEAT—At this date last year the situation as compared with to-day was as follows: l»7'.t. ISSO. Liv quotations, Ss9d@9s.6d. email@example.com Freight rates, 55@ti0s Local market, $1.7001.7"). |firstname.lastname@example.org 1 he prices ab.ive ...
Reliable Testimony. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 22 July 1880
Reliable Testimony. Where testimonials give the residence of the parties it is an easy matter for any person to verify them. Thousands of people from all parts of the Pacific Coast can and have p»pressed tit" opinion 'hat there is no oihei .mic eln the worM equal to PHOSPHATE SOAP lor common w&gt;.l v. a great many pcop c have tested taia aoafi ■ r skin diseases. Anioug others we give the foifowing from parties who have thoroughly tested PHOSPHATE SOAP: ' ' Oakland, Cal., April 5,1880. STANDARD SOAP COM PA N Y—(l ents : Some two or three months ago, I had a boy about two years old that had suffered for a year with a severe eruption on the head and face, caused by teething. The child was in such misery that it would often be awakened out of sleep by the severe itching. He would ttieu scratch his bead and face until the blood ran from the scabs. We tried everything we could find, but nothing seemed to give any permaneut relief until we tried PHOSPHATE SOAP. Before we had used ...
False Reasoning. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 22 July 1880
False Reasoning. Suppose a machine should fail to perform its work, aud the owner, instead of trying to ascertain the cause of failure and remedy it, should conclude to run right along, and argue that as the machine had heretofore come around all right it would soon be so again. If a general and permanent breakdown ensued, could anybody be blamed but himself ! Now, precisely this way do people act and argue when the " human machine " is out of order. When the liver is " torpid " and bowels constipated every one knows that Dr. Pierces Pleasant Purgative Pellets afford prompt and permanent relief. Yetsome sjuess the "machine" will come around all right, anl do nothing. Could any system of false reasoning be more pernicious ? Suppose the blood be out of order aud there be pimples, ulcers, or running sores with scrofulous tumors, swellings and general debility, and those thus aflected should refuse to use Dr. Pierces Golden Medical Discovery, guessintj that the blood would purify itself...
"The Californian." [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 22 July 1880
"The Californian." The first volume of this Magazine has been bound, making a handsome volume of 580 pages. Tue Californian does credit lo the Pacific Coast. It is not conducted on a narrow basis, to meet the ideas of any particular class of people. There is variety enough to make this Magazine a welcome visitor to every intelligent family. It contains essays, sketches, travels, descriptive articles, stories, poetry, editurials, art and science notes, and other matter which make up a lacinatiug variety. These articles are from the pens of our most able writers. The subscription is $3 00 a year, or 25 cents per number. The publication office of The Californian is at 202 Sansome street, Sau Francisco.
Nerve Power. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 22 July 1880
Nerve Power. Few people suffer so much nervous exhaustion as newspaper editors. The wear and tear of getting out a good paper tells fearfully, aud readers seldom know how much vital force a single item may have cost the one who wrote it. Editors have often been driven to drink in order to stimulate their exhausted faculties, but of late are using Warner's Safe Nerviue instead. This valu able preparation acts as a soothing power, quieting the nerves and producing sleep with all the refreshment it brings.
The Robertson Process [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 22 July 1880
The Robertson Process For working rebellious ores is remarkable for its simplicity and cheapness. No other method is known which so completely reduces rebellious geld and silver ores to the same condition as free milling ore. Parties who have the machinery for pulverizing and amalgamating can erect a suitable furnace for using the Robertson Process at a cost of from *1,000 to $1,500, according to capacity required. For full particulars address John A. Kobertaou, the patentee, P. O. box 552, Oakland, Cal. When a boy has a gold watch presented to him he will cheerfully travel two miles to regulate it in the presence of his enemies.— Aiulrcw'x Bazaar.
"I Don't Want that Stuff," [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 22 July 1880
"I Don't Want that Stuff," Is what a lady of Boston s lid to her husband when he brought haine some medicine to cure her of sick headache and neuralgia which had made her miserable for fourteen years. At the first attack thereafter, it was administered to her with 6uch good results that she continued its use until cured, and became 60 enthusiastic in its praise that she induced twenty-two of the best families in her circle to adopt it as their regular family medicine. That "stuff" is Hop Bitters.
Schoenholz Brothers & O [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 22 July 1880
Schoenholz Brothers &amp; O 110 aud 112 Sixth St., corner of Minna, San Francisco-, are the sole agents t.f German Knit hose for ladies and children on the Pacific Coast, and offer them to the public at the lowest rates. They invite all parties visiting the city to inspect their choice stock of French Corsets, Merino wear, liven Laces and Embroideries, Straw Hats, Ribbons, Flowers, and their complete stock of Gents' Furnishing Geods.