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The Coming Circus* [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 9 September 1880

The Coming Circus* W. W. Cole's great New York a Y'd New Orleans Circus, MenHS $Ae and Congress of Living worm VS Vi 'l soon make its appearance |>xeifieslope, bringing with •* osie 'ndmsrattractions than it more us.c v b /• ,-, M t "«übition that ever any toul •iC*** ■«* ~ , . . 7 •■* i.i.'.r. vt t«o world, in visited thbi pa: to*,, . j»Fi came to 1573 this famous « i . it • , il« heaitjli? the UUahfornia prouviy J e ' UJ * » tie of the largest Jiow in ncrK ' a at that time. " It was the tirst ,-JOu:bined circus and menagC l^* 3 , 0 " the State, and as a reward * iie immense outlay incurred tho management was gratified with hs£&' some returns. The then mammoth . enterprise was transported *on | eighteen of the Central Pacific I Railroad Company's cars. It now comes to us enlarged to more than ] three times its former size, and as I then, the largest exhibition of the kind in the world. Instead of eighteen ordinary cars, it uses thirty six of its own ponderous...

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Political Points. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 9 September 1880

Political Points. Conn'y political mctiars are very quiet at present, W W. Ha'oy, t>r '77rt«!ii:iTton Township has withdrawn his name from amoug the posiible candidates for the Assembly, A correspondent, in a communication in another column, name ot E. Dyer, of Altamont, for tbe Assembly. It is understood that C.J. Stevens, of this ptaee, will he a candidate for the neminatiea for tax Collcctur of Alameda Coun»}-.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 9 September 1880

BT j A C U S M IT Cirriage Work. Every Description" of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS M.vEB A.XD REPAIRED. CA UMI AG E PA IXTJSG Vi B. HOLMES, PROPRIETOR, C't. L andS Li Venn A Vnid to the Public, -y-r Arr.TG had my gallfry throdghI —l If f evovated a;id reforniabed with uli the L A. latest improved accessaries of the scuson, such ac plain siid erenii: backCroaada, chairs, tables, new instrumeiii.'. &c. I am prepared to oo i Sr?t-cUss work Iji alt h-anchts of ihe art. unci at j luwer prices than yo\r can eel. the same class of 1 work done lor. any v,rh-re els*. All of my work will to give BatiafaCttoß,aa I will I not allow auy inferior work to co out of my House. £. W. BAKisr., Piiotograplrar Livermore. NOTICE! J\ n.mor having gotten abroad,* to /i tbe cfTect that I ;ir:i about to leave Livermore, I wonld hereby state tbat such is not the case. Dressmaking and paUren. cutliiig a epecialy at my residence, Second street, Livermore. I 1 jMrs. R. B. ("a r.trnell. Thongh Siinkinj; l...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 9 September 1880

Di.leMe*U4o,! Mtaucas in Staple and Fancy DRY GOODS, r I i Gloves, nosier), Notions, Milli ncry Goods, Hats, j Men's & Boys Ready-made i . • Clothing. Gents' Furnishing Goods Boots and Shoes, EtcBrick Block, LIT EE MORE.. CAL Pre-Emption Declaratory Statement. Laxd Office } at btockton. Cal.. > Aug. 2jlh, ISSO ) NOTICP IS UK Is ELY OiVKN that tha followsettler ban Sted noiiee >>f Uer Ib- | t«*Df4oS lo m:iki- fipni proof io sv.j.j.ori of tier claim umi teeare fiiiu! entry tfcereel at this office Ii n Monday. Oct.4.lB*'. viz: Mlm Aaswata B*h i nra. Pre-«iapHmi Di clar«ior> Siat« m> nr No. 15 481, foritie SWJ4 af bfciinii f34, Tp 4 BSK. M. O. M .ntidnanitis the followlqg aa Mr wttßease*. vis: Wm FifUe. of san Joftautn city (POi. and John Waller, of Baata(PO), San jo«quln Co. and Miss I.illieUlrich, aud At.die Uiiith.of San Fraucit>co, Cal . Wll. It. Wu.EA.TOIf. sr.2st Kegietcr Notice to t'ieditors. ESTATfToF ...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 9 September 1880

Harness Shop! MORE TIE'S BLOCK* LIVERMORE, CAL. A Full stock of Saddles, Bridles and Harness of every description constantly on hand. REPAIRING AND TRIMMING. j Prices to SuU \\\e Times I GIVE MB A TRIAL. J. R MORETTe. PROPRIETOR Returned! J. CROSS, Jeweler and Watchmaker, i After an absence East of txo years, lias returned to liis old stand, Mill Square, Liv« ermo(C, where he will he glad to met old and new friends. Besides increased facilities for all kinds of watch, clock, and jewelry work, I shall keep the mean time of this meridian, by a standard box chro nometer, verified by observations with sextant, and will be responsihle for the correctness of all work entrusted to my care. J. CROSS. jy.29.1f Plyin- Market!! ON THE ROAD AGAIN. Look out for the BIG RED WAGON U Fruit of every description for sale vi the lowest maiket price. G£o. LINDY. A NEW HAND AT THE BELLOWS.\ P. Flanagan, for many years in the employ of Aylward & Taylor, Taylor & Son, and John Ay. ...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 9 September 1880

FARMERS ATTENTION. I respectfully call your attention to the great reduction which has been made in the importing of Carriages and Wagons to this Coast, from the East. It has convinced me that I too have to join in the popular cry of ' Bottom Prices." My interests are with the farmers, and in order to encourage them to patronize Home Industry, I cheerfully take my 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 "~cry best of mechanical skill, and most improved axles and wheels, gives me a far greater confidence in calling particular attention to the fact tbat in future, as in the past, none but a standard quality of goods, of my manufacture, will be'offered t? the public. I challenge comparison with tho goods fr...

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Local K* ieflcts. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 9 September 1880

Local K* ieflcts. A largo Dumber of strangers are in town this week. A Sabbath pchoolhas been started in the Arroyo Valle School District. ' Echoes from Paddy's Land" at Library Hill next Wednesday evening. Dennis F. Bernai, of this place. :s in Tucson Aricona, "newinc the landscape ©\ r* in that region of alkali, cactus, heat I and sand. ! Tbe engine of our local train broke I cV.wn ia tl>e canyon below Sunol, Tuesfjv evcuiug, and »as delayed seferal \ i Ul£. L HortOß und family, and Miss May. returned fiotu their Uip to the S.er. rue, on Tuesday. A raffle for a gold watch will I c Led at the Live!mete Hotel next Ssuuroay at nine o'clock. Curtis H. Lindley will dispose of bis hcu>eh-<ld goods tit auction at bis iesideuce L street, on Sa'.urdty next. Fii'tv-five Live:morcrrs svfilrd tlnmsel res ofthfl reduced exr-ir-sim race} offered, by t&ki ig a trio to las city tv ass P.esiA '. - { th rtoen Livermore young r .. pie picnlced in Nibs C'a...

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Term Council. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 9 September 1880

Term Council. met Monday evening, Bept. 6tb, pursuant to adjournment. Present Trustees Comcgys. Aylward, Mendenhall, Kennedy acd Gardemeyer. Minutes of previous meeting read and approved. A communication was received from County Clerk Ryder, showing the total assessment of C. P. R. R. Co. property within the corporate limits of the Town of Livermore to be $80,393. On motion, communication was received and placed on file. Town Justice Graham submitted report of business ot his office for month of Am» gust, showing the sum of $84 to have been paid to Marshal, for fines, during mouth. Referred to Finance Committee. The following bills were allowed: L. Hilton, Marshal's salary, etc,,.. .SBS 25 R. W. Graham, Justice fees, 18 00 F. A. Anthony. Clerk's salary 15 00 T. D- Phelps, salaries Night Watch aud Steward 05 00 E. Aubury, Town Attorney's salary,.ls 00 The Finance Committee, to which was referred quarterly report of Marshal, asked for further time, which was granted. Trustee Kennedy, ...

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A Prominent Citizen Speaks. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 9 September 1880

A Prominent Citizen Speaks. Ltvermork, August 7th, 1870. Ed. Herald:—l see that the Hkbat.d bas for the last two or three weeks, been recommending that a mass meeting should be called by the people of Murray Towoßbip, for the purpose ot naming some man who is worthy and well qualified to represent us in the next Legislature. In ray opinion, the idea is both wise and good, but a» there bas lieen no action taken in tbe matter as yef, Tpropose, by your permission, to name the man who I am satisfied is the choice of a great majority of the citixens of Murray Township, and of tbe county; one of tbe oldest residents in the county, and one who is highly qualified iv every particular. I refer to no other th * i Enbraita Dy«r-of Altamont. Respectfully, W.

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Contra Costa News. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 9 September 1880

Contra Costa News. The Contra Costa Fair opens at PicheCP on the 11th of October. Miss Helena Harlan ami sister, Mrs. Lewelling, ol San Ramon, returned from their Oregon trip last Friday. A social party wis held at the school bouse, San Hanson, last Friday even ing, in honor of Missis Annie aad Katie Parr, of Livermure, who returned tc school at Sacramento the follow iug day. Jay H. Dutcher. a tormcr partner of P. C. Heslep in the black smithing line, at this place, is now pounding iron on bis own hook, at Sin Rtmou, SSad with the vety best of success. Jay has a mmmodions shop, aud does a really 6 0.) d business. T. G. Mnrtavasa, a man 33 years ef age, was killed at San Pablo on OBoday in s thre.-hina; machine. He was adjusting some of the machihery. when one of th° giant pins of the toagae rod eaaght his sleeve and he was dragged over the rods and killed. He was a~ Portuguese and leaves a wife and child at Sau Pablo. Our Livermore Artist. E. W. Raker, has pun lis Bad a place of bus...

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AN OAKLAND BLAZE. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 9 September 1880

AN OAKLAND BLAZE. I Tkx Gxuxrx) Hotsx Vanishes ih Skoxx. About two o'clock yesterday (Wednesday) movning, the Galindo Eftel, Oak*. | land, tbe largest and finest hotel In this county, and the largest brick building in tbat city, was dicovered to He in flames. An alarm was sounded, and the Fire Department promptly responded, but the fire had obtained such headway that it was impossible to stay its progress. Ins ; de the building, was a scene of intense exclteraeut. The astonished guests, awakened in the dead of night, by the cry of fire, filled the hallways and corridors, rushing to and fro, in semi-nudity, and endeavoring to save their valuables, often at the risk of their lives The building burued quickly, and was soon consumed, but little of the contents being saved. Tbe hotel was erected two years ago, by Mt. Gahndo, at an expense, includiug furniture, of $100,000. It was a three stcry brick building, occupying a full half block, snd containing 150 rooms. During the first year of...

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BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 9 September 1880

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. Oakland. September 1,1880. Th< £'V».*d met at ten o'clock A. M. pursuant to au'oJmment. Chairman Smith and Supervisors Clement, Dusterberry, Marlin, Green, Myers and D?. puty Clerk John C. Msu'h were present. The minutes of the preying meeting were read and approved. On the recommendation of the District Attorney, the sale of County Funding Bonds was, ou motion, postponed to *U* 20th raxt., to await the decision of the Supreme Court as to the constitutionality of ihe County Government Act. On luotion of Mr. Marlin.it was resolved that, in pursuance of Section 4,104 of the Political Code, the Judicial Townships of Alameda br» re.established as they now stand, with two Justices and two Constables for each township, except Brooklyn, which, on motion of Mr. Clement, was entitled to only one Justice. Judge Lamar, counsel for Nixon, overseer of Temercal Road District, asked till to-morrow to pay over the money collected by Nixon for /oad poll taxes. On mot...

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County News. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 9 September 1880

County News. Oakland. Coroner William T Hamilton returned from tbe East Saturday morning. The Golden Gate Fair opens on Monday next. Sept. 13t.1i. and promises to be more than usually interesting. A New York lady, a recent visitor to this Coast has presented Mills' Seminary with a check for $1000. This is the sec ond donation by the same party, who upon a former occasion presented the Seminary with $2000. R B Nixon, ex-Road Overseer of Temes> cal District, who was arrested as a de faulter. has paid the uiissi.ig $400 into tbe County Treasury, and proceedings against him have been dismissed. James Brandhead, who stole Captain Badger's horse on Sunday, bas been held to answer in tbe Superior Court od one charge of grand larceny and two charges ofburelary in the first degree, with bail fixed at $1000 on each charge. Alvarado. The sugar mill started up on Thursday. Beets are coming in plentifully. Some important improvements have been made in the machinery, and it is hoped th...

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BORN. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 9 September 1880

BORN. Wallace,— Near Livermore, Sept. 4tb, to tbe wife of Rev. L Wallace, a daughter. Ludwio.—lu Pleasanton, Sept. 1, to tho wife of William Ludwig. a daughter,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 9 September 1880

REAL ESTATE. W M Mendenhall toPand S Anspacher —EL£ lot 2, block 17, Livermore, Murray Tp, s/)0. 11 S Raven to Jas L Van Winkle—Lot in Pleasanton, $400. Who bats Dr miller's magnetic Balm contains Magnetism ? Those who have u*ed it for Colic and Bowel complaints. Saloon and Dwelling Hoose of S ? x Rooms for Sale For further particulars apply to A. Elliott, Altamont. LOCAL KOTICES. Who's Lindy? * Where's Lindy? Have you seen Lindy? * Here, there and everywhere—Lindj*.' * Where's the man who doesn't know Lindy? * Look out for Lindy, and the Big Red Wagon! * The babies cry for Lindy, and the Great Flying Market! * Harness aad saddles made out of first class stock in a workman-like manner and warranted, at Gorner's. * Horton & Kennedy's pumps are the best. Buy no othpr Address, Horton & Kennedy, Livermore, Cal. * Messrs. Horton & Kennedy's Enterprise Petkins' Patent Windmill is too well known in this vicinity to need an enumeration of its good points....

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 9 September 1880

THE OIfcTILYY* ELECTRO-LIGHTED SUNECLIPSING BIG SHOW That E?er Crossed the Great "DiTide." Cbeer after cheer Rent the Air at each ■tuprisiag Feature.—Nashville American. GRANDEST '•- /. \ , -j . BEST CIRCUS 1 THORSDAV ' Reproducing and Reflecting AH Earth's Grandest Marvels Under the resptendenag'are of tbe Broth. Dynamo. Electric Fight, naed exclnetvelr with W. W. Cole's Great Concorporation of Circus, Menagerie, Aquarium AND CONGRESS OF LIVING WONDERS. The Beet Trained Hor»es in the World.—(Jnincy Herald. The Only show that Faithfully Keeps its Word! First Appearance on the Pacific Coast of The World's Champion Circus Artist, . f\ , x FRANK A. GARDNER, Suraamed the t\ Aj V, "Human Hurricane." .;>[•„ \ '- Yt Firet Appearance of \\ The Adonis of the Arena, J- y WILLIAM O'DAI.E. the Only Bevcu-Hor.sc IU- " ' " der Living. —~-./__ ; Firtt Appearance of / . ~* ' ; ' i .alkY 7 The Peerless Horseman, Frederick Barclay, the Greatest Character Kidcr «fifig;» i--^egSfc^KisJ*" on ...

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IMPORTANT NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 9 September 1880

IMPORTANT NOTICE. The recent important improvements la this Jouidhl, while as yet yjelding no material increase of income, have greatly in* creased the weekiy expense and labor. H b have upon ohr subscription books the names of aundreds of subscribers who are in arre: n, and while we wish to crowd no person, we find it necessary to at once collect the various sums thus ow. ing lo us. These accounts while inttivid* dully small, make in tbe aggregate, a large sum. This money, we need, and we feel that the majority of our patrons are fully able to meet this demand. Upon the first Monday of October, the names of all subscribers who are owing for more than one year back subscription, will be siricken from our lists. Bills will be sent out at once. We are compelled to take this course, to protect ourselves, and paying subscribers, for without prompt payment by all, we cannot maintain the high standard of our paper.

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Have a Home. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 9 September 1880

Have a Home. Dependence debuses. Few minds are able to resist its depressing influence. The tendency of subordination to the will of another is to destroy the sense of self-respect. Personal independence is a tree of rare growth, and even under the most favorable circumstances for its development, is by no means too deeply rooted. Where one stands straight, up and looks the world honestly in the face, a thousand "Bead tin supple hinges or the knee That thrift may follow fawning." To have no home—to live by courtesy, wit h the constant feeling that pleasing! not one's own conscience, but Uie will, and often the corrupt will, of another is the condition by which one's place is held not only destroys manliness, but etrongly tends to sap the foundation of every other virtue. Personal independence, if not in itself a virtue of the highest order, is a condition without which other virtues cannot flourish. The meanest thing that crawls is the slave of caste who dares only to think and spea...

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