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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 19 August 1880

Alameda Go. Branch — ay VMM — OF CALIFORNIA, 922 AND 924 BROADWAY, Union Bank Building). Oakland, Cal [tal Capital, $300. 000.00. Dash Asses, *bl 355 [Tie Home Mutual is a California Company, imining its bnsin*** to> tiie Pacific Cr*ast. Over '~Cof- shares of the Coinpany'aetock are held by pi ( miser t residents of Alameda and Contra Cos ..a couuxiea. 11 Premiums received* through this I>anch are Deposited and Invested in Aiaaeda Co. H tes as low as Solvency and Fair Profltwill admit of n*seg liberally adjusted and promptly paid at po:nts where they occur. I. VI. Manager. J. L. MITCHEL, Agent vermore, Office O. P. R. R. Depot. . Agent Pleasanton, Cal l.llBn4Biall#Ci, DEAI-Ens IN itaple aril Fancy IRY GOODS, loves. Hosiery, Notions, MUM very Goods, Hats, Glen's & Boys Ready-made Clothing. 'e?its' Furnishing Good Boots and Shoes, EtcBrick Block, LIVERMORE. CAL I NEW HAND AT THE BELLOWS! ?• Flanagan, *r many years in tho smploy of Aylward Taylor, Tayl...

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News Summary. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 19 August 1880

News Summary. A serious riot took place in Glasgow on Saturday, between Home Rulers and Orangemen. Clementshaw. convicted of perjury at the De Young inquest, was sentenced on Saturday to fourteen years imprisonment. Adelaide Neilson, the renowned and famous young actress, died suddenly in Paris on Sunday. She left this Coast but last month. The eight-day mustang race, in San Francisco, between Leon and Anderson, came to an end Sunday evening, being won by the latter. The score was 1006 miles. At a special speed exhibition at Rochs ester, N. V., last week, by "Maud S." and "St, Julian," each trotted a mile in 2:11%, thus beating the best time on record by a full second. The Russian River Hotel, the principal stopping place at Duncan's Mills, for travelers and tourists, was burned to the ground Sunday. Two other buildings were also destroyed. Loss $3500; no surance. J. 0. Duncan, of Pioneer Bank notoriety, has finally been released on bail, having furnished the amount required—s6l,s 5...

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Through Berkeley Hills. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 19 August 1880

Through Berkeley Hills. The San Francisco Merchant says it is not telling tales out of school when it announces that the South Pacific Coast Railroad bas aspirations in a northerly cirection, It adds they have purchased a $35,000 iron bridge at the East with which tq span Webster street, Oaklaad. and will proceed thence away up through the Berkeley foothills, towards and into the Contra Costa Valleys, agricu'turally rich, but now comparatively insolated. The objective poiut is not as yet generally known, but the enterprise is one of note, and is obviously an effort towards the de* velopment of resources hitherto in obey* ance. It is dangerous to attempt to destroy squirrels by the use of phosphorus. The grass on Lewis Vestal's farm in Bennett valley, Sonoma county, caught fire from it recently, aud for a time the destruction of several fields of standing grain seemed imminent. "There is more gold in farms than in miues." The yearly produc* of the farms of lowa is more than all of th...

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San Francisco Market. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 19 August 1880

San Francisco Market. FLOUR—The following are johbing rates: Best Family Extra, $5 37J£; Super* tine, $3 50@t04; Baker s Extra, $5 25@ 5 37; Interior Extra. $5(u5 Interior Huperfine, $3 50/5 3 75, Oregon Extra, $4 25g5; Walla Waiia Ex'ra, $5(a5 12%; Craham Flour, 5@5 lb. WHEAT—We quote Old No. 1, |1 50 @1 57^2; choice Milling, 1 62; No. 2, 1 40@1 0%, New N). 1, 1 50@1 55; No. 2, $1 40(51 42>£ p ctl. The market is decidedly an unsatisfactory one to holders, Operators and shippers become more cautious daily and it is evident that the bear feeling just now has the upper hand. It is a noticeable fact that every charter cf a Wheat ship has a merchandise clause attached, proving that exporters do not care to depend on cargoes of Wheat en* tirely. The only elements which favor the market are.the millers, some of whom have been buying freely at quotations. Sales include lOOOctls o£F grade at $1 I* ctl. BARLEY-We quote: Coast Feed, 80@ 85c; Bay doßo<*Bsft; Brewing, 87*-...

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BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 19 August 1880

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. Oakland. August 26th. 1880. The Board met at teD o'clock A. M. pursuant to adjournment. Chairman Smith aud Supervisors Clement, Dusterberry, Marlin, Green, McClane, Myers and Deputy Clerk John C. Marsh were present. The minutes of the preceding meeting were read and approved. REPORT OF ROAD OVERSEER, Mr. Green, to whom was', referred at the previous meeting the report of John Regan, Road Overseer of Towusend, reported the same back as correct. On motion of Mr. Dusterberry, the report was accepted and placed on the file. Mr. Dusterberry, stated that a gentles man, Mr. Hilton, was present, and wished to say something to them, relative,to the fomation of a new"school district. Mr, Hilton staged that the locatioa'was on the border of the county, part would lie in this county and part in Santa Clara county, lying between the Calaveras creek and knownjas tiie Arroyo Hondo. In this section there are several families who are nearly fifteen miles from any schoolhouse. H...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 19 August 1880

KlnJlbumd pURES ALL SCROFULOUS AFFFCTIONS and disorders resulting from Impurity of the Blood. It is needless to specify all, as the sufferer can usually preceive their cause; but skin disorder, Salt Rheum, Pimples, Ulcers. Tumors, Goitre, Swellings, etc., are the most common, as well as many affections of the Heart. Head, Liver and Stomach. SCROFULA. WONDEUFCL CURE OF BLINDNESS. D. R ANSO, SON & CO.:—For the efi o t all troubled with Scrofula or Impure Blood in their systems, I hereby recommend King of the Blood. I have been troubled with Scrofula for the past ten years, which so affected my eyes that I was completely blind for six months. I was recommended to try King of the Blood, which has proved a great blessing to me, as it has completely cured me, and I cheerfully recommeud it to all troubled as I have been. Yours truly, Mas. S. Weather low, Sardinia, N. Y. $ 1,000 will be paid to any Public Hospital to be mutually agreed upon, for every certificate of ibis medicin...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 19 August 1880

Theo. Gorner, DEAhEK IK Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Collars, Whips, Etc., Etc. Good stock of Driving and working Gloves, constantly on hand. Manufacturer of Gorner's Caoutchouc Oil Harness B.aMKirig. First St., Livermore "farmeks - TAKE UOTIO E 11 Harvest Hands, such as Teamsters, Heaver aud Header wagon Drivers, Men to drive Reapers, Engineers, Blacksmiths, Farmers, aud all kinds of skilled labor supplied at reasonable notice by the Employment Agency of CROSETT & CO., 230 Sutter St., S. F. Special pains taken to send suitable persons. J 3. 3m. H. F. Jaccard, • DEALER lif Watches, JIWE&RY, Clocks, Musical Instrumens, VIOLIN AND GUITAR STRING, Gold Pens and Pen-Holders* GOLD PENCILS. Repairing done at short notice, and all work warranted. Seung Machine Tscedlcs and Attachments Til* street, south side, opposite Fashion Livery, «'al, F. Mally, Dealer in Boots and Shoes, ats, Caps & Gents Furnishing goods Also a large stock of Books and Stationery, Cut...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 19 August 1880

ANSPACHER BROS., DEALERS I-S GENERAL Merchandise HAT GBLX FEED, Etc. Corner of First and L Street lA\ermore, Cal. for a number of the be pa nies in the country. GIVE US A Anspacher Bros. A'Cai d~ t<» the Public. HAVING HAD MY GALLKRY THROUGH.y innovated aud refurnished with all the latest improved accessaries of the season euch as plain and scenic backgrounds, chairs tables, new instrument. Ac. I am prepared to do first-class work in al'branches of Ihe urt and at lower prices than you can get the same class or work done for. any where else. All of ray work will be warranted to give satisfaction, as I will not allow any inferior work to co out of my House. E. W. Baklr, Photographer „ Livermore. Cut this notice ont. and return it to the Gallery and you will get three extra pictures on every dozen. |„ 22-Hm GKAND PICNIC AT Livermore's Grove, ON SUNDAY, AUGUST29TH, 1880. FIRST CLASS MUSIC No Charge for Admission to Grounds. F. SCHOE!\STEDT\ flying JJjJarket!! ON THE ROAD AGAI...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 19 August 1880

FARMERS! ATTENTION. I respectfully call your attention to tiie great reduction which Ims be/»n made iv the imp orting ot* Carriages and Wagons to this Coa.«, from the East. It las convinced nic that I too have to Ia cry of " Bottom r\ii«is." - * arc with the farmers, and in crde. Hp encourage them to patrouize Home Industry, I cheerfully take mv chance on SMALL MARGINS, "and offer this* reduction to that portion of the public requiring goods of my manufacture. I am now offering Express Wagons With two seats, Sarven's (patent) Wheels, and Concord Axles, all for $150.00! Twenty years experience in the manufacturing of Carriages of every description, and employing the rery best of mechauical skill, aud most improved axles and wheels, gives me a far greater confidence in calling particular attention to the fact that in future, as in the past, none but a standard quality of goods, of my manufacture, will be off*.red t? the public. I challenge comparison with th© goods from any other hous...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 26 August 1880

THE LIVERMORE HERALD. VOL. VIIL LIVERMORE, ALAMEDA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 26, 1880. NO. 5

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The Kociery Stan- [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 26 August 1880

The Kociery Stan- 1 reside at Tahle Mountain, aad *mr name ia Truth nil Jam*?*; I urn not up to small deceit, or any sinful game* j And I'll u-11 in simple language wh«t I know 1 about tu>; row Tha; broke up our society upon the Stauielow. Bnt first I would remark, that it id not a proper plan Fur any scientific gent to whale hia fellow-man Aud, v a membfr don't agree with hia peculiar whim. To lay f t ir that same member for to "put a head" on him. Now nothing conld be liner or more beautiflul to see Tbun the flittt sir mooths' proceedings ot that ►arae society. Till Brown of Calaveras brought a lot of fossil bones That lie iound within a tnnnel near the tenement ut. met. Then State* be res .. per, and he reconstruct ed there. From those woe bones, an animal that was ex treniely rare; And Jones ttieu asked the Chair for a suspension of the rules, Tillhecuuid prove th.it those same bones was one ol via lost mules. Then Brown he smiled a bitter emlla, and said he Wus &...

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Our Story Teller. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 26 August 1880

Our Story Teller. OITWITTED Isn't it miserable to be snubbed ? Not openly and rudely, for then one feels a certain superiority of politeness over the snubber that acts as a stimulant. But to be quietly and gracefully overlooked is most wreictied. it's like sliding down an icy hill— there is nothing to take hold of, and the chill strikes all through. We girls, spending a Summer at Haydon, once experienced this process of "putting down" in the most finished and agonizing form, Haydon is a pretty country viaage, where we w r ere accustomed to spend the Summers with a dear old aunt. Adjoining auntie's farm w r as the country seat of a very wealthy young gentleman, a Mr. George Van Stamer—an only child and an orphan, whose chief occupation consisted in spending the handsome patrimony his thrifty Dutch ancestors had bequeathed him. He had traveled extensively and acquired an easy, dashing address, which, added to his handsome face and reputation for being rather fast, rendered him very at...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 26 August 1880

Town Officials Board ok Town Trustees—Geo. E Kennedy. John Aylward, G W. Cotnegys. ; C . Gardcmeyar, W. M. Mendenhall. own Justice—R. W Graham. Tows Clerk—F. A. Anthony. Tows Marshal.—Lemen jijilton Town TKKAsfueu.—W. 0. Massie, A<n.mi ChikkEnoineer-W. S. Smith. .Ni;.htWat< hma.n.— T. D. Phelps. Town Attorney—Elliott Aubury. Town Steward —T. 0. Phelns. (laurcn Notices, First Preshytkrian Ciichch. — Rev. Jos. Hemphill, Pastor. Services every Sunday, at 11 A. AL aad 7P. -M Sunday Selioolat 1U A. M. G> ipiii; znt ions. F. & A. M.—Pleasanton Lodge, No. 218 — W M.. Wm A McKee; Secretary. W. 11 Wright, Altamont Post Office. Lodge meets Ht Odd Fellows' Hall. Livermore. Saturday night, on or alter each full moon] Vesper Lodge, No 62 AO U w, Livermore. m. W, I. Horton ;G. F„ J. Aylward; O. H. Bailey; Recorder, G. W. Brock; Financier. A J McLeod; Re'er G. E Kennedy; G, C w Bradshaw; I. M. W Gibbons O W. J. Cronkhite. PLEASANTON Lodge. No. 255.1.0.0...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 26 August 1880

LIVERMORE COLLEGE J, f> Smith, - . Principal kwerrrjora California CURTIS H. LINDLEY, Attorney at law, ana Notary Public LIVERMORE, CALIFORNIA. decB-ly ELLIOTT AUBURY, Office first St. next Odd Fellow's Hall Will practice in all the Court* of tie Stale J. R. PALMER, Attorney and Counsellor al Law, - AND NOTARY PUBLIC. PLEASASTuN, ALAMEDA CO.. CAL. Prompt attention given to the preparation of legal puiiers. M. P. H. LOVE, Attorney at Law, and Notary Public. Office: Livermore aye., opp. Brick Block LIVERMORE, CAT.. R. W. GRAHAM, Justice of the Peace and Con veyancer. Special Attention paid to Real Estate Transaction and collecting Accnt for tbe Royal of Liverpool, and Norwich Union Fire Insurance company I.IVERMOUK, CAI, OCCl9tf G. BENTON JARRETT, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, OFFICE: ' OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS' BALL. LIVERMORF. CALi HORTON & KENNEDY, Managers for the Pacific Coast for the man ufacturers of Enterprise SelfRegulating Windmills Perkins Patent; Enterpr...

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Our Stuuding Disgrace. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 26 August 1880

Our Stuuding Disgrace. We have on several occasions been compelled, by our regard for public decency, to speak through our columns, in no uncertain torn*, regarding the collection of house? of ill-fame, situated just outside the north limit of our town. And once more, reluctant as we feel in broacliing such a subject, we believe that it ia our duly to bring it i airly and squarely before our people. Till within a year, no active effort had ever been made to rid our valley of this social ulcer upon its otherwise fair face. Heretofore, it had been a resort for every Mexican cut-throat, horsethief, prison bird, murderer, roadagent, cuttle-thief, or criminal of any description, who saw fit to carry on his "business" in this vicinity. During seasons of inactivity, the only habitues of the place were the scum of our Mexican population, who spent their time in drunken imbecility by day, and drunken revelry and debaucheay by night. Bnt the corning of each harvest, these bouses were nightly ...

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Some Cnri©«*iti«-* of X^feraim. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 26 August 1880

Some Cnri©«*iti«-* of X^feraim. We desire to call th* attention of the tax-payers of Alameda Gouifctyto a matter which would oluerv cO escape their notice, and j would likewise request that Ihe country press oi the County take it up and give it a thorough ventilation. It is not, perhaps, generally known by our citizens that the reports of the meetir gs of the Board of Supervisors, published in full in th** Oakland Times, are paid for at the rate of fifty cents per iuch. As these proceedings often moke several columns per meeting, it will be seen that the cost in considerable, amounting, ofttimes to $150 to $250 per month, while it has often exceeded even these figures. Till the Ist of March last, the "cop\. M of the proceedings had always been furnished to the Times by the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors, Mr. Farley, and was merely a correct, concise statement of the business done, as brief as possible, to cover the entire ground. Shortly atter the accession of the new Deputy Cler...

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Oar candidate* lor Congress. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 26 August 1880

Oar candidate* lor Congress. A she-rt time ago the Republican Convention of this district renominated Hon. H. F. Page /or Con and last Saturday the Democratic Convention, assembled in Sacramento, nominated lion. John R. Glasscock. Mr. Page is already well known to the people of the ftstrlcf and state, having already terved several terms in Congress there he lias been an active menv )er. Mr. Glasscock is a young nan about 85 years of age, a risng lawyer of Oakland, where he is veil and favorably known. Hs taa terved one term as District At-

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'Vne II order Case- [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 26 August 1880

'Vne II order Case- Our readers will recollect having read, sotihe months ago, of a shocking murder, committed in 1101 l - ter, when a young man namd Brummet, proprietor ot a newspaper in Hoiiister, was shot and killed by a rival newspaper proprietor, one Carlton, of the Hoilister TeUgrqph. The shooting grew out of their rivairy. Carlton, to aid his cause, commenced attacking the character of Brummet, and in one of these attacks applasdl to Brummet many oppro-, brions epithets, and to sustain this attack published a letter alleged to be written by one Crowellv proprietor of au agricultural newspaper publislied in wherein Brummet,. who, it seems, h:„d been in Crowellv employ, iv the capacity of solicitor, was charged with embezzlement. The next morning, after the publication of the article,, the two men met on the street, when Carlton at once drew a revolver and shot Braisnief dtud. Carlton claims to- have done the shooting in self-defoflßey that if tie had not shot Brnmmct, 'Brummet...

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