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Oakland. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 April 1881
Oakland. The Gcvenor has commissioned R. P. Clement as a member of the District Boaid of Agriculture, No. 1, for Alameda, Contra Costa and San Francisco. A. E. Davis, President of the South Pacific Coast Railroad, denies that that road has been sold to any other road, or to any person or persons. Arter a lingeiing illness, the late Henry Hillebrand died at his residence in this city, Sunday evening. The deceased was for many years City Clerk and Treasurer of Oakland. He was a Prussian by birth but emigrated to America on account of the political turmoil in the county of his nativity. He was a man of splendid education and of spotless charicter. respected by all who knew him. On account of his retiring disposition and his unwillingness to engage in paitisan strife, he ceased to hold a city office when those positions became the objects of contention.
San Leandro. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 April 1881
San Leandro. From the Reporter. Hoodlumism is rampant in San Leandro, and shows itself in senseless practical jokes, such as disfiguring buildings, with paint, and destroying property. The ground for the New Factory was surveyed, Monday, and excavations will begin on Monday next. The building will probably be started by next week. The first payment of the stockholders of the San Leandro Plow Company was made last week; this is one fifth of the amount subscribed; the next payments are to be made monthly, a fifth at a time. Dr. Burdick, resident physician at the County Innrmary.was presented with a handsome gold-headod cave Saturday by the graduating class of the Medical Cols lege. The worthy Doctor is proud of the token of esteem.
Newark. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 April 1881
Newark. An unknown man committed suicide near this place a few days since, by casting himself in front of a locomotive on the narrowgauge. Washington Corners. A report has been widely circulated that S. S. Harmon has completed arrangements to remove his College from Washington Corners to Berkley at the end of the present term. We have it from authority that tho report is untrue.
J. B. C. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 April 1881
J. B. C. The invited guests to the Banquet of the Jolly Bachelors' Club, given at the Washington Hotel on the evening of the 27th, would hereby express to these gentlemen their heartfelt appreciation of the courtesies extended to them on that occasion, and would tender to the Club their sincere thanks for that perfection of hospitality which made the evening's, entertainment so grand a success. By order of the guests, J. T. McDonald, Com. Livermore, April 28th, 1881.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 April 1881
scmioxs. In tbe Superior Court of tho County of Alameda. State of California. Department No. 1. Isabella Campbell, Plaintiff, 1 vs. V Robert Campbell, Defendant. Action brought in the Superior Court of the County of Alameda. State of CaUfymta, and the Complaint filed in said Conntyof Alameda, in the office of the Clerk of said Superior Court. The People of the State of California send greeting to Robert Cambpell. Defendant. You are hereby required to appear in an action brought against you by the above-named plaintiff, in the Superior Court of the County of Alameda. State of California, and to answer the Complaint filed therein, within ten days (exclusive of the day of service) after service on yon of this Summons, if served within this County, otherwise within thirty days, or judgment by default will be taken against you according to the prayer of said Complaint. The said action Is brought to obtain a judgment of this Court dissolving the bonds oi matrimonr heretofore and now exist...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 April 1881
51 A UK11.1). NrsBAiMER — Peek. —In Woodland, Yolo Co., April 24th. Miss Josephine Peek, of that place, to Mr. George L. Nusbaumer, of Suuol. Election Notice! The Herald office is prepared to do every description of election printing, on the shortest possible notice. We have determined, however, to do no election work, without the cash with the order. This will be enforced, in every case. I would hereby announce myself as a candidate for the office cf Town Jlarwhal. Of the Town of Livermore; subject to the action of the electors on Monday, Maj 9th, 1881. LemenHilton. Farmers and Threshers! !^J~J I would hereby announce that I have the Agency for Alameda and Contra Costa Counties for LOW'S VENTILATOR ATTACHM'T FOR SEPARATORS. A DEVICE WHICH SAVES EVERY PARTICLE OF GRAIN, Aud will pay for itself in the increased amount of work done, and grain saved, in a run of ten days. Is so simple in struction that any one tan understand it, and see at a glance its great value. This attachment is d...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 April 1881
Mendocino Lumber Yard. o Anspaeher Bros., Agents. v A complete stock of first quality lumber will always be kept on hand together with doors, windows and building material." RAILROAD AVENUE, BETWEEN M AND N STREETS LIVERMORE, CAL. Apr 9 3m Election Proclamation! Livermore, April oth, 1881. I, G. W. Comegys, President Boarc of Trustees of Town of Livermore, County of Alameda, State of California, hereby call au Election, to be held on The Second Monday in May, (9th day), between the hours of sunrise and sunset to choose FIVE TRUSTEES, ONE MARSHAL, ONE ASSESSOR, To hold office for one year, in accordance with Sections Three, Four ant: Five, Act of Incorporation of Town o; Livermore, aud instructions of Boarc of Trustees at meeting held April 4th. 1881. Polling Place—Engine House. Inspector of Election—J. F, Meyers. Judges of Election — James Beazeil and J. Harris. O. W. COMEGYS, President Board of Trustees. Attest: F. A. Anthony, Town Clerk. E. PISER, STORE. Call and examine my large ...
Casting and Founding. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 April 1881
Casting and Founding. We are indebted to the fusibility of the metals for the power of giving to them with great facility and perfection, any required form, by pouring them, while in a fluid state, into moulds of various kinds, of which, in general, the castings become exact counterparts. Some few objects are cast in *vpen moulds, the upper surface of the metal becoming flat under the influence of gravity, as in the casting of ingots, flat plates, and other similiar objects; but in general the metals are cast in close moulds, so that it becomes necessary to provide one or more apertures or ingates for pouring in the metal, and for allowing the escape of air. Moulds made of metal must be sufficiently hot to avoid chilling or solidifying the fluid metal before it has time to adapt itself throughout to every part of the mould. And when made of earthy materials, although moisture is essential to their construction, little or none should remain at the time they are filled. The earthen mo...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 April 1881
MILINERY OPENING, Misses RYAN'S Fashionable Dressmaking and Millinery Establishment. Will open this week with the Spring Style of Millinery Goods. Me DEVITT'-S Building. Business Nonce. I would hereby announce that I have sold my general merchandising business !at this place, to E. Piser, who will continue in business r.t the old staud, audio j Whom I recommend all my former cus.toncrs. All persons having claims against I me, will present them for payment at once, and all parties, having unclosed accounts will confer a favor by the prompt settlej of the same. Respectfully ; JamksGillis. Livermore, April 7ih IsSi,
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 April 1881
ANSPACHER BEOS. DEALERS I&gt; GENERAL Merchandise HAI GRAIN FEED, Etc Counek of First a.\d L Street Lvtetmote, Ca\. Agents for a number of the best Insurer companies in the country, GIVE US A CALL! Anspacher Bros. Theo. Gorner, Saddles, Bridles. Collars, Whips, Etc., Etc. Good stock of Driving and working Gloves constantly on hand. Manufacturer of Gorner's Caoutchouc Oil Har ness Blacking. First St., Livermore BANK EXCHANGE SALOON AND BILLIARD ROOMS, First St. next io Post Office Livermore. Best brands of Wines Liquors and Cigars at the bar, and the finest billiard table in the County, PRIVATE CARD ROOMS AND READING ROOM. Where all *fae latest Pictorals and daily papers afetjp file. Give us a call. A fine public hall 40x60 up stairs, for bails, parties, shows, public meetings, etc. rent reasonable, FITZGERALD &amp; MURPHY, Proprietors. A NEW iIAND AT THE BELLOWS/ P. Flanagan. For many years in the employ of Aylwart; c Taylor, Taylor &amp; Son, and John AyJ wa...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 April 1881
SIMMOND'S KENTUCKY NABOB Bourbon fluty Reccommcnded by tbe Medical Faculty as being the only "Whiskey Pure &amp; Free from adulteration And Particularly Reccommcnded for FAMILY USE AND MEDEGINAL PURPOSES. €OM£GYS, BLOCK &amp; CO. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Genei-aA Merc\\atvu\se. Sole Agents for LIVERMORE AND VICINITY Families supplied by the Gallon, Case or Uottle. Kept by all leading Druggists aud Grocers, and First-class Saloons. EVERYBODY WHO HAS TRIED THE NABOB WHISKEY SAY IT IS THE BEST IN THE WORLD. fcSfNoue genuine unless labeled *ith my Sig nature over the Cork. Geo* Simmonds Sole Proprietor, Office, 109 California Street D AMBnaenball&amp;Co. DealersJ in DRY GOODS, Glores, Hosiery, Notions, Milliery Goods, Hats Men's &amp; Boys Ready-made Clothing. Gent's Furnishing Goods, Boots and Shoes, AGENTS FOR (patented junb 13th, 1876.) Brick Block, LI YERMORE, CAL. OUR MOTTO Quick Sales and Small Profits * Children CRY TOR Pitcher's Castoria. M...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 April 1881
S. FRANCIS, MERCHANT TAILOR, 1006 BROADWAY, 3 DOORS FROM IOTH The Best is Always the Cheapest. I get up First-Class "Work at less money than in San Francisco. Fine selection of Foreign and Domestic Cloths, Beaver, and Cassimeres, for Dress and Business Suits, made in the Latest Style and Warranted to Fit. Remember the place: Benitz Block, 1000 Broadway. COMEGYS, BLOCK &amp;C 0 GENERAL DEALERS I* Groceries, Hardware, Crockerj WOOD AND WILLOW WARE, IRON, STEEL, COAL, Ag ric v 11 ural I mplements, Paints, Oils, Wines &amp; Liquors Etc Agents for Matteson $ Williamson, J. I. Case, Randolph, Wyrick, and Genuine Hodges Single Gear Headers, Fish Bros. Wagons, Buckeye Mowers and Reapers, and manufacturers of Header Drapers. Machine extras and sections a specialy* BBIfJK BLOCK, Livermore. Insure Against Accident. trayelersTnsurance CO., OF Hartford, Conn., the Pioneer Accident Company of America, insures against death or disabling injury by accident. The general accident Poli...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 April 1881
TOWN LOTS! TOWN LOTS! TOWN LOTS! —AT— Reduced Prices ! I would hereby announce tnat T have accepted the sole and exclusive agency for the sale of the 'McLeod Addition Lands, jIN THE TOWN OF LI V ERM ORE And now offer several hundred eltjsfibi | situated building KWa at a Sweeping Reduction in Prices On these terms, only, have I consented lo take hold of the property. Land make- possible quick sales, and rapid improvements High prices retard both ! Pacific Mutual Life Inswr ance Co.'s Lands. Having completed the sale of all tbe Company's Villa Lots outside of the Town limits, consisting of about 133 acres, I now offer for sale the remainder of the property, consisting of about forty building lots, si from $30 to $50 each. Parties contemplating building at somefuture time should secure lots without, de ay. Now is the time! There will be a boom V* Maps, plats, abstracts of titles, an I - :hedule of reduced price of every IM offered, may be seen at my office. W&lt; P. BARTLETT, ...
Our Story Teller. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 19 May 1881
Our Story Teller. IVY GLEN. "To let?'' said the agent. "Ready furnished? For a month? Really, ladies, I'm very much afraid I havn't any property in my hands —not at present, at least—that will meet your expectations. I have plenty of unfurnished houses, and plenty to rent for a year. But for a month? There isn't any. such real estate in the market— there isn't indeed.'' "We don't want an unfurnished house,'' safd Angela Frost: " "And we have no occasion to use a house for a year," added Josephine, her tall blooming young sister. "We are school teachers," Miss Angela explained, "and we have just a month's vacation; and we want to spend it in a healthful country resort, where I can botanize, and where my sister can sketch in water colors from nature.'' "Indeed, I'm very sorry, ladies, | but I do not think there is any j property in the market hereabouts J that would meet your ideas.'' The ladies went slowly out of the stuffy little room with its high | desk, its floor covered with che...
Irrefutable Evidence. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 19 May 1881
Irrefutable Evidence. 'Pi 'isoner,' said Judge Rix to a hard looking customer the other morning, 'the docket is very crowded; and, as the evidence against you is unmistakeably plain, you will save valuable time by pleading guilty.' 'Couldn't think of it, your honor.' 'But you were caught in the very act of crawling into the back win dow of a jewelry store.' 'I was a little full, your honor, and mistook it for my own house.' 'But you, had a kit of burglars' tools in your pocket.' 'Must have put on the wrong coat by mistake, your honor. Had just conic from the club, and there were a lot of stockholders' ulsters hanging on the same rack.' 'But your confederate Spiky Jim, has turned State's evidence.' 'I know the circumstances are against me, your honor, but I have some testimony to prove that will make that all right.' 'Have, eh V 'Yes, may it please your honor,' continued the defendant coolly, 'I desire to prove by several witnesses that I could have been elected to the Legislature fr...
In Luck. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 19 May 1881
In Luck. Soon after the completion of the plank road between Detroit and Lansing, a period of twenty-seven or twenty-eight years ago, the editor of a newspaper located about half-way between started for Detroit one evening on the wagon of a teamster. After traveling about an hour the vehicle was stopped by a highway robber. The teamster shelled out $12, but when the editor showed up, the "pot" only reached fifty cents. "You've hidden the money in your boots!'' shouted the robber, and he made the editor pull them off. No more cash being found, the robber insisted that his coat and vest should come off for a close search, but" at the end of the search he angrily demanded: "What sort of a man are you to set out. on a journey with only fifty cents in your pocketi" "I am getting my ride for nothing; and I was going to pay my expenses in Detroit by advertising the hotel at which I stop/ "How much advertising will you give me to let you oft?'' "A straight column per week for four weeks." "...