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A DANGEROUS CROSSING. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 April 1877
A DANGEROUS CROSSING. near the Post Office. Tue C mpany an 1 other buiidißga are s &gt; cos? to bo h [ rail and carriage roads, thai one driving »!©ng the in ter would be unaware I of the approach of a tram, until nearly ! [came when approaching lowa. It is a ! j yet occurred at this place; When ! I so.nc one bus i een id tircu or kii eu . , here, however, some precautious v. ill :
A SINGULAR CASE OF PETRIFICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 April 1877
A SINGULAR CASE OF PETRIFICATION. Dark, p.-ilic. and lithe, Whispered of the hectic light The dying candle sheds. AM agreed that Fanny Soon from them most part, With thai terrible rlisease, Affection &lt;&lt;f the heart Flung to earth a crimson kiss, As the night begun, Little Fanny Botto ' Robed in white, teat fragile form, j With wreaths and gay. StifledSObs and murmurs But, was she, the cause of all, The lightest-hearted there. Tusi one word she uttered Was Mrs. Fanny StOKB.
World`s News Condensed. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 April 1877
World`s News Condensed. Then- are 10,000 men in the hospitals and iails of CaHfrrnia. I The California end of the S. P. B. It. has ! j Two 1 iborers were killed on the new I ' city hail. Si -i- Fraud ;co last week. I I Congress must meet again soon, or the j ' armv will he without pav or provision. i \ Hampton has taken charge of Smith I I (:ir, ; !:n;l ; :,nt| ( l"«Aberh.in bi « Op | The European war cloud Is already affect1 ing busteesa and prices. Prices have made j t at oinaxtsviiie, oai., ia3t rrniay. I Henderson's Hotel, Roseinont, Canada : was burned &lt;»;; the 12th Lust Twopwsons : burned to death. Loss, (100,000 i sentence oi death in Sm Fran- isco, has , tivity now existing in the United States. ; clay morning. L 83, £ A'),).)j; insurance, War between Russia and Turkey will j commence at once. Spring lias come, and [ diplomacy Is at an end Nothing hut the The Custom Boose block at Ontario, Canada, was boned tasl Wednesday atom* j The Southern Hotel. S f . Louis, o...
WHAT WE SAW AT THE CENTENNIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 April 1877
WHAT WE SAW AT THE CENTENNIAL. No 11. On our return front the Exposition we were told thai those who came from tliere could not toll anything they had s&gt;en; hence many at home concluded that the trip did not pay, hut we have met with hut in" to hi re lie 'here received '• eihu ed tr \m their memory, There was so much ot the thing that the first effect upon the mi : 1 was oveipoweringand confusing, bet a few hours' study was all that was necessary to show it to he a perfectly well regulated in ichine, each part of which, adjested to its place and fl yj k could he as tally examined and studied as if it alone were bi bgexhibited; so. the dealer in any commodity had a opportunity of comparing in price, quality and style his specialty from every part of he world, tlie man- j ufacturer to study methods, processes and i product, and (what was to Americans more J value than all the rest combined) the me- j chanic and machinist had placed before i him the fery best which the activ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 April 1877
HORSE SHOEING. I am nowiticcessorto Beazell &amp; Orowell. in their shop at Livermore, where I am prepared to attend to -.!•»»•«•. shoeing in all its broaches, and make it a specialty. Special attention paid to interfering and over-reaching horses; also to pumice feet, sand clacks, quarter jracks, seedy toe corns, rank; r and thrush. From a long ami successful experience in the business of horse shoeing, 1 can warrant satisfaction to those who may favor me with their patronage. Joiix Avf.wauo, Livermore. Lately of the Mission San Jose. CAL IFORTS"IA BRANCH NEW ZEALAND FI*E AND MARINE I i\sv\ ian c c C ompani. Capita] 15,000,000. Paid I c Capital $1,200,000. Losses paid in U. S. Gold Coin. lla'&lt;»ZS G'lt.lufcJ, AGENT, 307 California Street, S. F. Good Risks taken at Low Bales. a. w. com Ears, Agent at Livermore. A YIWARD &amp; TAYLOR, General B\ae\is\\\U\\s, And Manufacturers of Agricultural Implementg AND FARM WAGONS. Main St., Livermore. Overwore Brewery, ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 April 1877
Anspacliar Brai, DKALKIiS IN GENERAL 1 MERCHANDISE,; Including a Full Stock of Furukurej aad Agricultural Implements, Conner ok L and First Stukbtts, LIVERMCjX CAL. General Obrnnussion Merchants. Hay and Grain received tor storage, a.id bought at highest market rates. OFFICE OF THE Western Union TELEGRAPH COMPLY. We represent ate following reliable Insurmasts Yiuya, o? San Yraweiseo*, North British art A Loudon and EA\o\i\\tg\\*, Hamburg awA Br em w Co. i This is to announce that I hereby] otter myself as a candidate for the office of HARSHAL of the T iwn of! ILivermore, subject to the decision of; the people of said town, on Monday, May 14th, 1877. Charles Acker. Business Change TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I have this day sold the Excelsior! Drug Store, situated in Livermore. eonsistingof stock in trade, fixtures, etc*, to] j Dr. John W. Van Zandt, Jr.. he collecting I all debts dec the . tore, and paj tog all out-! standing Kabiliti s. Witness oar hands tins 9th day of I April, tW...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 April 1877
A. M CHURCH, Justice of the Fsaca, j Notary i nMie and Conveyancer. I oFKn E: —in WAMTrsoTOS rum i. bciioiiso, ! Mi ney Loans Negotiated. Collections (carefully attended to, and prompt]*;, made. DR. C /. McLEAX, EJ» aEJ3Efi r B 7 B SB ~M7* &lt;&gt;fkhk at Bvridekck, Lizzie Street, Livermore, Cal. v** )i*v "i * f r l v»' D S.i*t"C A. l p i«\ *l. Carnage Work Every Description of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEM ZH 7S M.\l&gt;K AND Kr.I'AIUKD. CARRT A G 1 E FAINTI V G. X. n. HOLMES, PROPRIETOR, , j Corner L and Second Streets. Livermore. Misses MACDOXALDS, FASHION A BP DRESSMAKERS A D MILL'NEHS. First St., oj.p. Odd Fellows' Hall, LIVERMORE. We hereby inform the ladies of this seci tion thai we arc prepared to do all kinds ot j sewing and millinery work. The latest ! styles of all eo&lt;xls ;n our line ;dwav&gt; on ; hand, and furnished at the lowest prices. FURNITURE, WINDOW SHADES* Wall Paper and Picture Frames. : COFFINS and Metallic Casket*, | Constantly...
Local Brieflets. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 April 1877
Local Brieflets. liaiiif.i! 1 for &gt;&lt;*ii-:ori. .").*m mchc*stsaue. Fogartv. the peddler, denies being an • Orangeman. Live-more Base Ball sharps contemplate Organizing a club Don'l forgel the soiree, social "on the evening of the 2&lt;hh. forth, this time in a new spot Every owner of property on our business better protected against fire than LivThir.i st,--cts are now in the full blush of th.-ir beauty. of town, is irrigaliag grain with a twohorse sprinkling cart lulled ,e ° Our Llvennore jrouths unbent their A Sock of3ooo head of sheen beloairin« r 1 rie!:! \ . have been driven throttgb Pleasanton dufin.g the past two weeks. The number of cattle bas been in proportion. of Latfcd Fifth streeta, oa the afternoon of Friday, April 87th, al 1 :80 r. St. Mr. Phihp Thorn bas begun the can Ihree miles North of town. The building \ mi be IH stories in height, and its greal i\ civ. wears [itcascu to learn mat tne parly ol tn that he lias received t vents three n...
QUASHED. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 April 1877
QUASHED. OAKt.wi), April 16th, 1377. To. Hkuai.o —Si it: The "Transcript" • warrant was ever issued for .him. He was j ii" w'cs muictcu solely on tite evioence ot [ the men who stole the C&amp;ttl . and who are Tlie Coufftv Court &gt;-i\ my motion this I morning qunshed the Indictment. Barthold never had any opportunity to appear Ik fore the (iraud Jury, liis indictment was a secrel one, and entirely without any tounuauon. His two accusers, besides [iarthoJd never bought a head of cattle j " M 3 object in writing this to yon, is that you may assist In c&lt;jn#adicfingthat which Ct it : is H. LIXDI.KV.
COUNTY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 April 1877
COUNTY NEWS. A splendid crop will be bttn-estetl in the San Ramon Valley. The Firemen's Hall building, Haywards, is red ivhi" a coat of paint. The Haywards steam flouring mill is to The State school money has; reached t hikland at last, and teachers seem jubilant. The Sweepstakes Plow Company of San Leandro, are reilUcing their force Goodell'S new building, corner «f Main and "IV streets Haywards, is fast approaching completion. The hall in the new building has been engaged by the Literary A grand ball under the auspices of the Niles GymttaatiC Club, is announced to come oft at that plaj-e on the 24th ittSt A tight rope and bar p-rfor;uance are among
STATE CROP PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 April 1877
STATE CROP PROSPECTS. Prospects were never better in Amador ! county at this season. Slock of all kinds It is reported from Butte county that the ' rust, which has shown itself on nearly all The last rain in Calaveras county revived I 1 the failing grain considerably, but was j ! insufficient, and came too late. It insures, : however, a part ot'a crop, wuijli otherwise j half a crop, with more if it rains; some ! brought fr &gt;m the low&lt; r counties for pas- ! Taesi.-k and farming interests of the | county of Meteed have suffered greatly ' ! from ih" drouth Wheat will be a total i failure. Settlers are temporarily moving j Monterey county will have about one- ; | tn Sacramento county the Summer-fal- [ low and e-udy-s &gt;wu grain bid fair for a ; heavy yield, provided rain falls in the first I : of April, otherwise the yield will be about favored with heavy* rains The Dfosoects | From present indications in the neigh I borhood &gt;f Los Gatos and i...
A Card. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 April 1877
A Card. DuTmg the part week wmepartiefl in the \ t.Avn of Livermore reported to the Cofia'of emoarrassraettt, becatuM of the -v ktenv ! uess of the demands which have been made ' a 'ainst me. Had this report po&gt;sc~&gt;rd the I least foundation in fact, I should not comj plain. But the very mwlll IniIMMM of the j attack makes it impossihle for me tn remain quiet under it HopfngjHwl the par- ! ties to this transaction may never thetut selves tie placet! in mv position. I remain, [still solvent, &amp; LEVY.
GRAND JURY REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 April 1877
GRAND JURY REPORT. Therepor*of the Grand Jury was sub- i mitted to Judge Nye hist week. It is recommended therein that as the j number of juvenile criminals is increasing" I in this county, it would serve the interests of j the county to establish an industrial school. The Sheriff's, Recorder's, Clerk and! Auditor's, Treasurer and Tax Collector's, I reported to be conducted in a neat, orderly and systematic manner, the books and I accounts plainly and correctly kept, and the officers all kind aud courteous. An iron fern c, and a stone walk around it, is recommended for the grounds of the j Const House. In regard to the Jail, the Jury recommend that additional o&lt;-:ls he constructed in the upper story, and some repairs he j made. management of the institution the Jury 1 It is also recommended that the Board Sacramento of the Alameda county ap j porttonment of the State school money. Following is tbe report of the Jury upon the criminal cases brought to their notice: — Peopl...
LOCAL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 April 1877
LOCAL NOTICES. cash, and offer everything at bottom prices. Quick ales and small profit,-, is my motto. One 'price to all. Give me a call, J. YosCa&amp;B paid for country produce. Anspaeher Bros. * Finest line of groceries in town, Anspa hr Bros. * Away down among the seams of the bed-rock—Anspaeher Bros", prices. * P. L. Levy, tailor, can suit you to a "t." * Gents' I ndcrwear of description. Anspaeher Bros. * Ihe Enterprise-Perkins Windmill bas established a reputation unequaled by uny Ladies' parasols of all designs. Anspaeher Bros. * Levy is turning out some nice Spring suits moderate prices. * j Horton &amp;. Kennedy are the agents for Otis Coast Of the Enterprise Windmill [ Company, of Sandwich, 111. * B&gt;amine the Enterprise. Horton &amp; KenI uc.lv. * j 1) mt foil to drop in and see Anspaeher Bros', newest goods. *