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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 26 May 1881

TOWN LOTS! TOWN LOTS! TOWN LSTS —AT— Reduced Prices! I would hcrahy announce tost I kif« accepted tin- s >lc uad •SCloaivt ageucy fur the tale ct tbe McLccd Addition Lands IS THE TOWN QFUY£BMORI And now offer wrrral hundred alifibl 9Uu*'i*d .ois at a - x Reduction in Prices Gu tLaae terms, only. Live I soatsatad • take iiold of th« property. Land makes possible quick soles, and rapid HnnrnTtimsnti High pi-ice* retard both I Pacific Mutual Lift Insitr a nee Co.'s Lands. Having completed tbe sale of ill tb* Compear* Viila Lots outside of the Town limits, consisting of *t>oi)< 120 acres, I now offer for pale the rem;»imU rot the property, consisting of aboat fort* buildiuglots, a- from fJO to SCO each. Parties eontemnl cms; boibJiag ttSOIM future time should secare lota withont d»iy. Now ia tbe time: There will ba a boom ."' Maps, plats, abstracts of title?, and sea • tile of reduct-d price Of everyl.it od«ra may be keen at my office. W. P. BARTLETT, Ag...

Publication Title: Livermore Herald
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 4 August 1881

THE LIVERMORE HERALD. TOST EVEEYTHIUG WETJTEAL IIST ZKTOTKIi^ VOL. X. LIVERMORE, ALAMEDA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, THURSDAY, Al (U ST 4, 1881." NO. 3.

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Our Story Teller. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 4 August 1881

Our Story Teller. CHARLES JEFFERSON THOM. WRANGLESVILLE. A NOVEL. [Continued.] CHAPTER IX. Matters go pleasantly. "There is a tide in the affairs of man, which, taken at I lie flood. lead on to for* tune. Omitted, all tlie voyage of their life is bound in shallows, and in miseries. On such a full sea are we now afloat "— Shakspeare. Tuesday came, Weduesday came, the week passed away. Affairs at school had gone smoothly. I had made the acquaintance of several of the neighbors, who treated me kindly and agreeably, and I was cheered and encouraged. Cheer and courage gave me confidence, and confidence, in its turn, gave me cheer and courage. Sunday I attended South Wranglesvillechurch, then and there meeting and making the acquaintance of many more of the villagers and neighboring farmers. From nearly all I received urgent invitations to "call" upon them. I saw at church a number of my scholars, who all appeared glad to meet me. They were glad, though I no more than bowed and smiled. Th...

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Ponltry. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 4 August 1881

Ponltry. 1 went to my hen house this morning and found one of my nice hens dead. What ailed her was a mystery to me. I have got used to the loss of one every now and then for some cause or other. My experience with fowls has been varied. I have had the chicken fever by times for twenty-five years, and have owned and raised some of almost all kinds; have found some to be excellent layers, and others not worth the keeping: feed them as I would they would not shell out. My stock at present consists of Brown Cochin, Dark B ram ah, and Plymouth Rocks, mixed, and they are an excellent lot of fowls for layers, table and market. I keep my finest hens, but change my rooster every Spring. I feed them whole corn, corn meal and screenings; give them fresh water every day, and let them have a large range; keep my hen-house and coops warm in Winter, well aired in Summer, and kept scrupulously clean; feed once a week with sulphur, pepper and charcoal, mixed with corn meal. If any get scaly legs, t...

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The Line of Beauty . [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 4 August 1881

The Line of Beauty . Prof. Mailer, in a course of lectures in Berlin ? offered a simple and mechanical explanation of the universal admiration bestowed on circles. The eye is moved in its socket by six muscles, of which four are respectively employed to raise, depress, turn to the right and to the left. The other two have an action contrary to each other and roll the eye on its axis, or from the outside down ward and inside upward. When, therefore, an object is presented for inspection, the first act is that of circumvision, or going round the boundary lines, so as to bring consecutively every individual portion of the circumference upon the most delicate and sensitive portions of the retina. Now, if figures bounded by straight lines be presented for inspection, it is obvious that but two of these muscles can be called into action; and it is equally evident that in curves of a circle, or ellipse, all must alternately be brought into action. The effect, then, is that if two only be e...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 4 August 1881

Hates for Subscription: One yesr, in adyance - - $3 00 Biz month* - - . - 8 00 1 Lree mur lb* • . . - - 1 90 Local »tar (*) notices inserted for lSe par lis* Tranctent ad\ei ti>ements mast be paid for la advance Jcb Printing in every style The I"khali- stms to be an Independent local on real, bv.t bag opinions of its own on all topics oi Interval to itm patron*, and will alwsys express Iti*-m without fear. It is not an "organ" for any party clique, or ring, and its opinions, of little worili, ibey may be, are not for sale at any price. Tub II ekald is thoroughly identified wit* tbe beat Interests of Murray 'lownship, its tawm> and hamlets, and iU farmer*, merchants, mechanics and tniehsndmen. It will ever be found laboring lor the building up of this section of country and tlie pior-periiy of it» people. orrespondence on topics of general or local intanrst.frec from personalities, will ha gladly rereived, the editor not. however, to be held responsible tor tne ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 4 August 1881

J. R. PALMER, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. — AND - NOTARY PUBLIC. PLEASANTON, ALAMEDA CO.. CaL. Prompt attention given to the preparation of legal papers. HORTON & KENNEDY, Manager* for the Pacific Coast for the man ufacturers of Enterprise SelfRegulating Windmills , Perkins Patent; Enterprise Feed Mills, Pumps Cultivators, etc, etc., etc. General Office and supplies Livermore Alameda county, Cal. [ P. O Bri 125. . B. D. MORRILL, House, Sign and Carriage Painter. Paper Hanging and Kalsomining. Leavs Orders at N. B. Holmes' shop. jy.ls-3nt. G. BENTON JARRETT, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE: Private Resideuce. cor. Third & X Streets LIVERMORE. CAL. R. W. GRAHAM, Justice of 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 company LIVEKMOKE, CAL OeclOtf WETKSAU'S LIVERMORE BAKERY, LIVERMORK, CaL, Families, Hotels and Kcstauran's supplied daily w...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 4 August 1881

The San Francisco and Oakland papers are now teeming with items regarding the two or more projected railroads which it is claimed are about to be built from the latter city to-various points east of the Coast Range. It is now a generally- accepted fact that, at least, one road, and perhaps two, will be constructed within two years. The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Company will, undoubtedly, build a line through within that time, and it is believed by many of the well informed that the S. P. C. narrow gauge is, and always has been the property of that corporation. In this way, it is believed, has the great company seen fit to secure an entrance into San Francisco. Of the proposed California and Nevada Narrow Gauge, there are many conflicting opinions. A thorough survey is being made, however, and it is promised that work will begin at once. Either or both of these roads, if constructed, must pass through Livermore Valley, and will probably strike our town. The surveys already made l...

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Okland Correspondence [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 4 August 1881

Oakland Correspondence Oakland, August 1, 1881. There is, apparently, a sudden "boon" in business, especially in real estate in this city, as large and extensive sales are occurring daily. It is evident, from the desire that has been manifested by speculators and business men to obtain property and permanent homes in this promising place, that it is destined to become, in time, the metropolis lof the Pacific Costt. Our convenient situation, as regards commercial intercourse with Asiatic and European countries, and our capabilities for sustaining large manufacturing interests will tend to encourage capitalists in providing better facilities for the development of that object. I think by the time another decade has rolled around we shall be able to cope with San Francisco in this respect. It is the prevailing opinion in this city that the charges preferred by Congressman Page against Superintendent Dodge, of the Mint, will not be sustained. With reference to the report that was circul...

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BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 4 August 1881

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. The Board of Supervisors met in regular session Monday morning, August 1st. Present—Supervisors McClane, Hanitin, Myers and Green; President Dusterberry in the chair. Absent Supervisors Clement and Marlin. Minutes of last meeting read and approved. ROAD OPENED, L. M. Lyster, Road Overseer of Pleasanton Road District, reported that he opened the road according to survey 2,000, 60 feet wide, by plowing on either side, a furrow, with the exception of a small portion from which the crops have been gathered. On motion of Mr. Green, the report was accepted aud placed on file. ROAO REPORT ADOPTED. The report of John Beck, Road Overseer of Murray Road District, was reported back by Mr. Green as correct, and on motion, the report was adopted and placed on file. Frank Lotz reported to the Board that the grading at the Bridge near Argentia Hotel, Vallecitos District, has been completed, subject to the approval of the Board. On motion, the matter was referred to the Road a...

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Our Washington Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 4 August 1881

Our Washington Letter. Washington, D. C, > July 20, 1881. \ Every change in the President.* . condition revives tlie quarrel between the friends of the physicians who first visited, or who claimed to be the family attendants of the dis tinguished patient. There is copied j into the local papers an article by one of the most respected Washir.g- --; tonians, contributed to a medical journal, in which I think grave, though unintended injustice is done to Dr. Bliss. It will be well to remember that Dr. Bliss was the first professional man summoned by authority of the just wounded j President. Secretary Lincoln, hearj ing of the serious nature of the wound, at once went for the doc- | tor, and carried him to the President. Other physicians reached the patient a moment or two earlier, but they had not been summoned, unless by some unknown person in the crowd. In an ordinary case they would have yielded, uncomplaining, to any other physician brought in as Dr. Bliss was. Of the a...

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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 4 August 1881

News and Notes. Rains and floods are reported from Arizona, Edward Jolmson committed suiide at Woodland last week. The Apaches are still committing depredations in New Mexico. Eli Bigne was drowned at Cortc Madera, Marin county, while bathing. John P, Becker killed himself at Gold Hill, New, Saturday of last week. Thomas Hook shot and killed his father last week in the Tonto Basin, A. T, The Hot Springs Hotel at Calistoga was destroyed by fire last Saturday morning. Los Angeles will celebrate her centennial on the sth of September, They intend to have a grand time. San Diego now claims to be the banner railroad county in the State. They have 250 miles almost completed. Seven boys have died in Baltimore of lockjaw caused by injuries received from toy pistols on the Fourth of July. A French company with $10,---000,000 capital has been formed for the purpose of developing the mining resources of Canada. The Board of Equalization of Napa county have denied the application of the railroa...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 4 August 1881

UNiMEKf always Cores and never Disappoints Tho world's great Pain-Relievo? f-T Man and JEoast. Cheap, r-xLclz C.-.1 reliable. VnBHssssHHHHaBBHHBH PITCHER'S CASTORIA is not Narcotic. Childrca grow fat upon, Mothers like, and Physicians recommend CASTORIA. It regulates the Bowels, cures Wind Colic, allays Feverishncss, and destroys Worms. i ■_■_— —| in — WZI DZ MZTER'3 CATARRH Core, a Constitutional Antidote for this terrible malady, by Absorption. The most Important Discovery since Vaccination. Other remedies may relieve Catarrh, this cures at any uta~o boforo Consumption sots La. |f 0 STOMACH BITTEBS Malaria in an Unseen Vaporous Poison, spreading disease and death in many localities, for which quinine is no genuine antidote, but f<»r the effects nf which [Listener's Stomach Bitteis is not only a thorough remedy, but a reliahle preventive. T«i this fact there is an over* whelming array of tjstimo.iy, extending over a period of thirty year*. All diaor. ders of the liver, s...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 4 August 1881

L. HEWLETT, Wholesale Commission DEALER IN Hay, Grain and Feed. Consignments of HAY Solicited. Money advanced on the same. Satisfaction Guaranteed. No. 1222 Broadway, Opposite Post Office. aug4-l OAKLAND, CAL. Notice. An adjourned meeting of the Amador Valley Drainage Company will he held at the Rose Hotel, in Pleasanton. on Saturday, August 6th, 1881, at 1 o'clock P. M. JOSEPH F. BLACK, President. SUMMONS. In the Superior Court of the County of Alameda, Slate of California. Department N<». l. Augusta P. Shove. Plaintiff, ") vs. Henry P. Shove, Defendant, j Action urought in the Superior Court of the County of Alameda, Stale of California, and (he Complaint tiled in said County of Alameda, in the oftice of the Clerk ot said Superior Court. The people of the State of California send greeting to Henry P. Sliove, Defendant. You are hereby required to appear in an action brought against you by the abovenamed plaintiff, in the Superior Court ol the County of Alameda. Slate of ...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 4 August 1881

F. A. Anthony, MANUFACTURER OF Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware, and dealer in Hardware Woodware Lamps and Coal Oil Having enlarged and re-arranged my store and shop, I have increasen facilitics for the accommodation of all who may favor me with their patronage. All goods warranted as represented, and satisfaction guaranteed in REPAIRING AND JOB WORK. Agent for the Improved HOWE Sewing Machine. F. A. Anthony or ncr First and Lizzie sts. Livermore. c2B F. Mally Dealer in Boots and shoes, hats, Caps & Gents Furnishing Goods Also a large stock of Books and Stationery, Cutlery Toys, Musical Instruments, Pipes, Cigars, and Tobacco. Agent the San Francisco Chronicle, and all Eastern and California periodicals. Agent for tho Singer '"wing Machine. Diliii &I 1 tali is in DRY GOODS, Glotcs, Hosier?, Notions, Milliery Goods, Hats Men's & Boys Ready-made Clothing. Gent's Furnishing Goods, Boots and Shoes, AGENTS FOR (TATBXTCD tVXB ICTB, 1875.) Brick Block, LI...

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Local Brieflets. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 4 August 1881

Local Brieflets. Dr Bavnee has returned from a vacation trip, and resumed dental work. Tlie construction of several new residences will he begun within a few weeks. J L Mitchel has enclosed his property on Second street with a neat picket fence. Fifteen car loads of wheat, and six of )■> were shipped from Livermoie on Tuesday. The frm of S C. Way A Co., of Pleasanton, is Fid Hug out, preparatory to closing business. Upwards of thirty sates of real estate have been made in Livermore*aad vieiuity \\i;i, : n six months. Purine the month of June the receipts of freight at the Livermore depot were 1 276 530 pounds, and amount forwarded, 5.410,100. Tims Henderson has opened a shooting gall -i v on tht vacant lot between Exchange and Tost Office blocks, audi 3 doing a lively business. Picnic-go°rs should bear in mind Jimmy Johnson's afternoon and moonlight picnic, on Munray, August 7lh. Old picnic grounds, Chapos Ranch. In the raffle for Miss Susie Patterson's buggy horse, last ...

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Lindy's Locals. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 4 August 1881

Lindy's Locals. A sight of Lindy's big red wagon is bet ter than soothing syrun for the babies. * Tbe star spangled banner floats over the Great F.ving Market. Lindy's fruit never produces colic. * TLe seventh soa of a seventh son is agaia OS the war-path. *

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Death of George Story. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 4 August 1881

Death of George Story. George Story, agent for Chas. McLaughlin's lands in this vicinity, died at San Jose on Monday of this waek, from Injuries received from being thrown from a horse in Calaveras Valley, in June last. Mr. Story was a native of tbe State of New York, and was eighty years of age at the time of his death. He had Indian b'ood in his veins, IHng a descendant cf a chief of oue of the old tribes of New York State. He came to California nearly forty years ago, and has ever since lived in ihe mountains south and southeast of the present town of Livermore, being engaged, until within twelve years, in the business of stock-raising. About the time of the building of the Central Pacific Railroad he eutered the employ ol Charles McLaughlin as agent for his railroad lands, consisting of alternate sections, outside of grant boundaries, in Alameda, San Joaquin, and Santa Clara counties. In the pursuit, of the duties of his position he won the bat. red of a large number of persons,...

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