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Breeding Colts. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 2 September 1880
Breeding Colts. Breeding is an art second in importance to no other occupation in j domestic economy. The perfect; horse will command a higher price I in the market than 'any other do- \ mestie animal. It is economy to raise the fir;: class, ou account of their ready sale at remunerative prices. It costs no more to raise the class that will exchange for one thousand dollars, than it does the lower order that will not realize one hundred dollars when matured. The best are the cheapest to the producer, and far more agreeable to the consumer. There is a pleasure in using a superior animal that will more than compensate for the expense and trouble of raising him. It is like making two spears of grass grow where one grew before. They will do twice as much work in the same time as the cold blooded mongrel. How can we breed the first class or any other order of equiue excellence* is the question that comes up to torment us. "We must breed them from their kind, We must follow the law of her...
Save and Have; or Waste and Want. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 2 September 1880
Save and Have; or Waste and Want. Either man must be content wjth poverty all hid life, or else be willing to deny himself some luxuries, and save, to lay the base of independence in the future. But if a man defies the tuture, and spends all he earns (whether his earnings tc one dollar or ten dollars every day,) let him look for lean and hungry want at some future time—for it will surely come, no matter what he thinks. To save is absolutely the on'y way to get a solid fortune; there is no other certain mode.—Those who shut their eyes and «ars to these plain facts will be forever poor, and for their obstinate rejection of truth, maybaps will die in rags and filth, Let them so die, and thank themselves. But no! They take a sort of recompense in cursing fortune. Great waste of breath. They might as well curse the mountains aud et-» ernal hills. For I can tell them fortune does not give away rea 1 and substantial goods. She sells them to the highest bidder, to the hardest and wisest wor...
Delegates to Oakland. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 2 September 1880
Delegates to Oakland. Livermore, Aug. 29,1880. Editor Herald.Why not abolish the custom of sending delegutes to the County Republican Convention? It is anyhow, a mete matter of form, like a soldier's breakfast. Although the out&gt;idc precincts altogether have nearly as large a vote as Oakland, yet tne Republicurs of that city take all the lucralive couu'y offices. La*t fall they took everything, not only the lucrative posU tions, but the houorary ones. For instance, they took tbe two State Senators, aud tbe threo Assembly men. Could effrontery aud assurauce go farther? It is a matter of some expense to go to Oakland Why tben, should delegates be scut? They are of no use to us, as they are invariably outvoted. Now, if the Oaklandcis wiil kiudly dispense with delegates from the bucoiic precincts, and make up the ticket wilbont the aham of pretending to conkult us, we cjuld vote for it aa we have heretofore. The Oakland Republicans need not have any delicacy io the matter, as ...
Typical Trees. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 2 September 1880
Typical Trees. For gouty poople—the ache corn. For antiquarians—the date. Forsilmot boys—the bitch. For Irishmen—the «,ch! For conjurers—the palm . For negroes—See dab! For young Indie* —the man go. For fanners—the plant in.. For dandies—the spruce. For actor*—the pnp'lar. For your rife- lw ; For lover*—the sigh prefea For the disconsolate—the pine. Fer sawing machine people—The hemlock. For boarding house keepers—the *ash. Always on hand—the pawpaT. Who ia this written for—yew,
San Francisco [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 2 September 1880
San Francisco FLOUR—The following are jobbing rates: Best Family Exfa $5 Superfine. f3 50&lt;atc4; Baker's Extra, $5@5 Interior Extra, |4 75@5; Interior Superfine $3 50@3 75; Oregon Extra. $4 25@5; Walla Walla Extra $5@ 0 Vl% \ Graham Flour, |4 ft. WHEAT—We quote Milling, $1 47@ 1 50; No. Shipping, $1 40@1 45; No. 2 do $1 3"@l 37J&gt;2. Thfre was no change in the aspect of affairs Friday. Liverpool quotations came Id lower for California spot Wheat. On 'Chauge business was quier and slow. Exporters buy freely nt prices within our quotations. Sales of 500 tons choice Milling at $1 4734; 3 °o tons Shipping, private, 300 ctls foul at %\ 20 $ ctl. BARLEY—We quote: Coast Feed. 75 Bay do, 75(0i82%c; Brewing, 87}£@92}6c; Coas,t Chevalier, $I@l 10; choice Bay, $1 40@1 $ ctl. Barley was neglected Friday. But few lots of Feed grades were offered, and those met witb little inquiry. Inferior grades of Chevalier find their way to market more freely and are offered in liberal lost...
Trials of Bfewspaper lien. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 2 September 1880
Trials of Bfewspaper lien. One of the greatest trials of the paper profession is that its members are compe.led to see more of the shams of the world than any other profession. Through every newspaper office, day af* ter day, go all the weaknesses of the world. All the vanities that want to be puffed. All the revenges that want lo be reaped; all the mistakes that want to be corrected; all the dull speakers who want to be thought eloquent; all the meanness that wants to get its wares noticed gratis in the editorial columns, in order to save the tax of the advertising columns; all the men who want to be set right who were never right; all the crack philosophers with stories as long as their hair, and as gloomy as their finger nails in mourning because bereft of soap—all the bores who conic to stay five minutas, but talk five hours. Through the editorial and reportorial rooms all the follies aqd shams of the worid are seen day after day. and the temptation is to beljeye in neither God,...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 2 September 1880
Though Sh:ik:i!K like an Ay pen Leaf. j With the chill? and fever, the virtim of • malaria may still recover by using this j celebrated specific, which not only breaks up the mostagsjrmTettM attacks, but preI vents their incurrence, it is intinitelv preferable to qainiae, not oniy because it jd«»es the bUiinetM far more thoroughly. I But also on account of it&gt; perfect whole•usaeneas and iuvigorating actiou uiioii the entire system. For *ai« by all Druggists and Dealers tfeoeraiiy.
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 2 September 1880
ttßßErt ALL SOrIOFULOUS AFFF*C*'I S &gt;t r ''l disorders retailing frotjS linp.i of toe Blood. It is neeii;«ss to ipeuify ai.. as sufferer can usually pr - reive then Chiise; but sk. l d.s »rd :.\ Salt Knetiqo., Pimples, Ulcers. Tumors, Goitre, BwelljngS, etc., are the most comDiojf, as well a.&gt; ninny affections of tho Heart. Head, Liver and Stouoicb. scnoiiia. WONDEUFtJL CURE op UMNDNE9B. D RANSOM, SON &amp; CO :—For the benefit o. a':, troubled with Scrofula tr Impure B'Ood t:i lhetr systems, I hereby recommend K.ng of the Blood. I have Ixen trouoi"'! a ii'n Scrofula for ihe past ten ypyis, which So affecbtd mv t-yes that I vas completely blimt for six months. I was recommended to iry King of the Blood, W|i:ch has proved a great b.essoig to me, as it has i QU)pb4eiy cured me, an I I cheerfully lecommi-nd it to all iroub,ei4 as I have been. You is truly, MKB. S. Weatueki.ow. Sardinia, N- Y. 9 1.000 will be paid to any Public Hospital to be mutually agr»*...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 2 September 1880
Theo. Gorner, Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Collars, Whips, Etc., Etc. Good stock of Driving and working Gloves constantly on hand. Manufacturer of Gorner's Caoutchouc Oil Harness Blacking. First St., Livermore Notice to Creditors, ESTATE OF ANDRES BuRXAL. DECEASED. Notice ik hereby given by the nnrteraigned, executor of the eetate of Andre? Bernai deceased, to the creditors of. and all person, having claims auainst the said deceased, to exhibit them with the riecetssnry vouchers, within fonr months after the first publication of tin* notice, to the said ex ecutor at hit* re&amp;idcuce ia Pie leantou, Alameda County, Cal. AUGUsTTN BERVAL, Executor of the jibtnte of Andre* Beroal, deceased. Dated at Oakland. Ausj. «3d. 1380. a*.26 4t H. P. Jaccard, DEAL lilt IN Watches, Clocks, Musical Insl rumens, VIOLIN AND GUITAR STRING Gold Pens and Pen-Holders. GOLD PERILS. Repairing done at short notice, and all work warranted. Seung Machine IsceUUs ar,d A Uachnnvis First itreet, south sid...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 2 September 1880
ANSPACHER BEOS., DEALERS ts GENERAL Merchandise H4Y GR IS , 1 QttNKR OF F IHST AND L STREET lAxerutore, C al. for a number v nies in the c cuutiy. GIVE US A CALL! Anspacher Byo3. ____________ , A Caitl to tbe Public. HAVING HAD MY GALLERY TIIROUGHIy tenovaled and refti indued with all the latest improved s&gt;.xi;-surlcs of the season, such as plain mid srenic backgrounds, chairs, tables, new instrument. Ac I am prepared to do first class work in at 1 branches of ihe art, and at lower prices thun you can gel the same class of work done for. any where else. All of my work will be warranted to give satisfaction, aa I wilt not allow tiny inferior work to go out of nay House, iii. W. Bakkr, Photographer livermore. Cut this notice ont. and return It to the Gallery and you will get three extra picture* on every dozen. |v 9H-%ta REGULAR COURSE OF FREE ENTERTAINMENTS! G'ven under auspices of tba Association, AT LIBRARY HALL, LIVERMORE. Wedaes&lt;lsy, s.-p ember 15th Lee:ore,...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 2 September 1880
FARMERS! ATTENTION. I respectfully call your attention to the great redact iou which has been made iv the importing of s and Wagons to this Coast, from Ike : Kast. It ha 9 convinced me ♦hat I too have to joiu in the* popular cry of • Bottom Prices." My iuterests are with the formers, and in order to eucourujje tkUtla *Q patroaua Home Industry, I cheerfully take my chance oa SMALL MARGINS, 'and offer this j reduction to that pinion of the public ' requiring goods of my manufacture. I am now offering Express Wagons With two seats, Sarve'j's (pa ? eut) Wheels, aud Concord Axles, all lor $150.00! Twenty years experience iv the manufacturing of Carriages of every description, aud employing tho "very best ot* mechauieal skill, aud most improved axles and wheels, gives me a far greater confidence in calling particular auentioo to the fact that in future, as in the past, uooe but a standard quality of goods, of my mauufacture, will be offered t"&gt; the public. I challenge compariso...
FATE. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 9 September 1880
FATE. "The sky is ctonded. the rocks are bare; The spray of the tempest is white in air; The winds are out with the waves « play, And I shall not tempt the tea to-day. The trail is narrow, the wood is dim. Tbe panther cling* to the arching iimb; And the llou's whelps areabroad at play. And 1 shall not join iv the chase to-day." ' But the ship sailed safety over the sea: And tbe banters came from tte chase ln idee; And the town that was bnitd«d upon a rock Was swallowed up iv the earthquake shock. F. Bbkt Habtc.
Our Story Teller. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 9 September 1880
Our Story Teller. How Deacon Tubman and the I*arson kept Xew Year. W.H.H. MURRAY. [Concluded from lait week ] Well, perhaps they didn't hare fun that day—those two old boys that had started out with the feeling that they were 'only IG,' and bound to make 'a day of it.' And they did make a day of it, in fact, and such a day as neither had had for forty years. For first, they went to BartleU's hill, where the boys and gins were coasting, and coasted with them for a full hour, , and then it was discovered by the j younger portion of the flock that ; the parson was not an old, stiff, j solemn, surly poke, as they had i thought, but a pleasant, good-ua- ! tured, kindly soul, who could take ' and give a joke, and steer a sled as ; well as the smartest boy in the ' crowd, and when it came to snow- ■ balling, he could send a ball further ; than even Bill Sykes himself, who could out-throw any boy in town, and roll a bigger block to the new snow fort they were building, than any three boys a...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 9 September 1880
Towu Officials Board ok Town Thu3tf.es—Geo. E Kennedy. J«bn Aylward, G W. Cotnegys, 0. Gardemeyer, W. M. Mendenhall. Town JUSTICE. —R. W Graham. Town Clerk—F. A. Anlhony. Town Marshal. —Lemeo Hilton Town TaKAsuReK. —W. O. Masai*, Actinu CHI»FEIt«LNEBB—W. S. Smith. HIBHY Watchman —T. D. Phelps. Tows AtTobnet —Elliott Aubury. Town Steward— T. D. Phelps. Cliiari'li Notices. Prbsbttjckjad Church. — Rev. Jos. Hemphill, Pastor. Services every Sunday, it 11 A. M. aud 7P. .M Sunday bchoo'lat 10 A. M. orsraiiaz»tioiis. F. &amp; A. M — Pleasanton Lodge, No. ■&gt;]&lt; _W. ML, Wm A McKce; Secretary. W. II Wright. Altamont Post Office. Lodge 'meets at Odd Fellows' Hall. Liveruiorc, -.-•ami-day night, on or alter each full moon] Vj:sper Lodge, No 62 AO U w, Livermore M W., I. Horton; G. F., J. Aylward ; 0.. H. Bailey; Recorder, G. W. Brock; Financier. A J McLeod; Re'er B • h: G, C w Bradshaw; L M. W. Qibbona- 0 W. J. Cronkhite. Pleasanton Lodge. N0.255,1.0.0.F.— Her iv M&...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 9 September 1880
LIVERMORE COLL EG E J". D Smith. - • Principal Livermore California CURTIS EL LINDLEY. Attorney at Law, and Notary Public LIVERMOBE, CALIFORNIA. decB-ly ELLIOTT AUBURY, Office first St. next Odd Fellow's Hall Will practice in all the Court* -of tee State J. R. PALMER, AUornev and Counsellor at Law, - AND NOTARY PUBLIC. PLEASANTON, ALAMEDA CO.. CAL. Prompt attention given to the preparation of legal papera. M. P. H. LOVE, Attorney at Law, and Notary Public. i Office: Livermore avc., opp. Brick Block i i.ivthmoiu:. CAI,. R. W. GRAHAM, Justice or the Peace and Con veyancer. Special Attention paid to Real Estate Transaction and collecting Afent for the Royal of Liverpool, and Norwich Union Fire Insurance coinpauy MVKHJIOUE, CAL Ciecl9t! G. BENTON JARRETT, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OFFICE: OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS' HALL. LIVERMORF, CAL. HORTON" &amp; X NNEDY, Managers for the Pacific Coast for the man ufacturers of Enterprise SelfReguUUing Windmills Perkins Patent; Enterprise Feed...
IMPORTANT NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 9 September 1880
IMPORTANT NOTICE. The m r 'i- I impOfrtht iniprf , r"»rif i nts io j ; • ; "-' • ■ wiiS'^H: !el i... &lt; the ii' j ••• wof ow |*i /f --., i&gt; ;lU . i iii. iwMiitc meet itiis l'jn*n 1' * ™J ' ' : ' , the i..lines of ati &gt; '■ it ; » '- *■''-» •'' ' f ~-1,,.,!,. •haaone yeai &gt;'''.- a-I'Ou:i. v..,; i- t . 1; .'• '"■•* ' ' ; '' - &lt; . for without pr.uupt r '-■; : ••' m maintain the The Ale of county bonds which was to lake place next Monday, is fom A utiTil Bepterahcr 20, to 4 ■ •'■ : lon of the Supreme C*ourl on the constitutionality of th rael was ctictted from a t'et ta) w ttfless that one. of the ■•; ■ se bttiidntgs near the a menl deserves the at- ■ svicted in several of the larger -• •. of the State. Let our omI dig ac tnl fl., ! t occurred in j : who so far forgets his man&gt; • . , . ' • « tiie 1 IS OV no* tOO : : op ant in our town, even ... m . i ,i, at. oi om i ly . be n ason aT»ove ed pit - eftts our making public i o...
Mew* and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 9 September 1880
Mew* and Notes. Onray the noted Ute Chief, is j dead. Each English naval cadet cobts his government $1,200 r-cr rear. Clans Sprcckles, Republican ('andidate for Elector has resigned. M. Grevy, the present popular president; of France was born in ISI3. It is claimed that by the new I census Kansas has a population cf 1 fOOO,OOO It cost $00,000 to bring Cleopatra'o I«i'eedle over.frorjp Egypt to Now ioi k and it is said that an additional $100,000 will be necessary to n'-erect it. The oldest man in California is Juan Morino, living about six miles from Los Angeles. He is said to be at least 110, and may be several years older. His father was one of the twelve founders of j the Pueblo Los Angeles, in 1781. J A gas-tank, which is said to be the largest iv the world,' is building at the Continental Iron works, Greenpoint, for the Mnnicipat Gas Light Company, New York City. It will be 285 feet in circumference -10 feet hjgh and of 1,250.000 cubic feel capacity. Work on it has beenin progr...