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Real Estate. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 11 August 1881
Real Estate. G. F. Allardt to Lake Pleasanton Water Co., water location made by C. 11. Kleugel on Laguna Creek ; $1. Jas. H. Farltv to D. W. Smith, 112 acres, Murray Tp.; $2,000. H. Waterman to M. Luders, SW Sec 13. Tp 3. 8 R2 E; $3,800. L D St. Clair to Manuel Peters, N % of NW U Sec 30, Tp 3. S R 3 E; f 1.600. Manuel Peteis to D. A. Mendenhall, same; $1,600.
Lindy's Locals. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 11 August 1881
Lindy's Locals. A sight of Lindy's big red wagon is better tban soothing syrun for the babies. * The star spangled banner floats over the Great Firing Market. Lindy's fruit never produces colic * TLe seventh sou of a seventh son is again on the war-path. O Ranch ron Sale.-Excellent grain ot grape ranch of 180 acres, on Dry Creels, live miles southwest of Livermore, at a r.argain. Apply on premise*, to augll-3t Matthias JassraH arc ess and saddlea wade eat of firstclass slock in a werkmao-ttse manner aad warranted, at 3oso«r**»
The Taylor Murder. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 11 August 1881
The Taylor Murder. The nsws of the murder of John Taylor, which spread over our Valley with light Ding rapidity, last Sunday afternoon and evening, fairly transfixed our people with horror, and produced an excitement upon our ttretts such as had never before been seen. The tacts connected with the affair, ao fur as they can now be ohtained. are as follows: About three years ago John Tay. lor, a well-to-do farmer, living three miles east of this place, had in his employ a ranch hand, named John Pohiitz. a German, about thirty years of age. An attachment, it seems, sprang up between Pobliiz and one of Taylor's daughteis, and the couple finally married, strongly against the consent of the girl's parents, who forbade her to come home again so long as she continued to live with her husband. Poblitz began farming on his own account in the hills south of Altamont, and evidently did well. Two children were born, l»eing now aged nine months, and two-and-one-half years, respectively. On Satur...
A Card. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 11 August 1881
A Card. Livermore, Aug. 10, 1881. Ed. Herald—Dear Sir: Since the sad occurrence of tbe 7th inst., which resulted in the death ot Mr. John Taylor, a rumor has been afloat to the effect that Poblitz was prompted to commit tho deed by my advice. Knowing this rumor emulated from a source unre'iable in every thing, I do not feel especially called upon to make any explanation, knowing that the truth will finally prevail, but that the matter n:ay be known at once I make the following statement of Poblitz's story, and my advice iv full. On the 7th inst., about 1 o'clock, Poblitz came to me at the Livermore Hotel and said he would like to get some advice from me. His statement was as follows: About three years ago while I was working for Mr. John Taylor I married his daughter, to which he was opposed, and has never spoken to me since. I rented some laud aud lommenced work and housekeeping for myself. I have two children, one nine months and the other two-aml-a-half years old, Ou Frday last I...
For Male on Easy Terms. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 11 August 1881
For Male on Easy Terms. A San Jose (Felton) Horse Power. Good Separator, all nearly new. One San Jose (Felton) Power, good as new, with a lot of extras for the same. One small Horse P.iwer, a gem to run a small Separator. Apply at J. Avlward's Machine Shop. Livermore, Alameda Co., Ca'. aug4-4t For Sale —Horse, spring wagon, and harness, in good condition ; price low. Apply to Fred. Mally, Livermore. 0 For Sale.—House, stable and three acres of land, on College avenue. Good well of water. Place is well fenced, snd nicely improved. Apply on premises to jM6-3t Mas. Keenax. Five Hundred Dollars to loan —Apply at once to W. P. Barrett Horton &amp; Kennedy's pumps are the best Buy no oth*r Address, Horton &amp; Kennedy, Livermore. Cal. *
County News. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 11 August 1881
County News. Oakland. Tbe supply of water now furnished this city has run very low, while the quality is most miserable. A. A. Meore, one of Oakland's popular attorneys, has commenced the erection of a ten thousann dollar residence on Sixth avenue and East Twentieth street, East Oakland. Edward Oilfeather, the notorious burglai and jail-breaker, escaped from the County Jail on Sunday morning, opening the guard-room door by means of » lalse key, made from an iron pail-hoop. He is one of the most desperate characters ever in San Quealiu. Every effoit is being made to secure him. He is 84 years of age, 5 feet b inches in height, fair, with light brown hair, closely shaven, sharp features, j ing in blue iuk on second kud third fingers of left band. Last Sunday evening George W. Noyes. nephew of John L. Noyes of this cu v , was arrested in San Francisco on a charge of grand larceny. Some time ago the uncle installed the nephew as manager of a restaurant on Third street in thai city, payi...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 11 August 1881
LOCAL XOTICES. New supply Garland stoves and ranges at Anthony's. * Tinware, crockery, stoves, ranges, hard ware, and tinkering at Anthony's. * Mack's Children's Shoes. * Mack's goods all warranted. * Mack's fine Philadelphia Shoes. * Tbe merits of Messrs. Horton «fe Kennedy's Enterprise Windmills are too well known in this vicinity to need special mention. The fact that no other mill can be sold here is procf positive of its excellence. * Call and buy Mack's Silk Foot Protectors Prevents rheumatism, sweating of the feet, corns, bunions, ana chilblains, Etc.. Etc. Price 25 cents. * Marshal Mack keeps the only exclusive boot and shoe store in Livermore. * Anthony has added a glass and crockeryware department to bis business. Call and examine. Messrs. Horton &amp; Kennedy's Enterprise Perkins' Patent Windmill is too well known in this vicinity to need an enumeration of its good points. There is scarcely a mill of any other make in the Valley, while the Enterprise is nsen on ev...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 11 August 1881
Mendocino Lumber Yard. &gt;o Anspacher Bros., Agents. o— A complete stock of first quality lumber will always be kept on hand together with doors, windows and buildipg material. r&gt; RAILROAD AVENUE, BETWEEN M AND N STREETS, LIVERMORE, O-A-Xj. Apr 9 8m J. A. BILZ'S Carriage Manufactory, Machine I Blacksmith Shop, PLEASA IN TO , CAL. TO THE FARMERS a.™ PUBLIC GENERALLY: —I HAVE ON HAND A LARGE STOCK OF— Iron Axle Header Wag-ons, r "~ Fa milij Spring Wagons, open, and with top, Family Ca Triages, Open and Top Baggies, Skeleton s, Sulkies and Breaking Carts, AH this work is ot my own manufacture ; is guaranteed first-class in eTery particular ► S^-g^* bS m a * attention paid to HORSE SHOEING, CARRIAGE PAINT ING &amp;c CA UK I AGE TRIMMING Buy my work and I will guarantee satisfaction. An-pacher Bros., and Corners, Block &amp; Co., are Agents for my Wagons at Livermore. apr-14 «V &lt;o&gt; .25kY-«» MAM Ml M tmW\»» Fountain Saloon, CORNER ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 11 August 1881
LI VERM ORE ERE WER V FIRST STREET, LIVERMOKE, CAL. Best of Beer constantly ou hand. Supplied by the keg at reasonable rates. W .Jordan, Proprietor Theo. Gorner, Harness, Saddles, Bridles. ! Collars, Whips, Etc., Etc. Good stock of Driving' and working Gloves constantly on hand. Manufac tnrer of Gorner's Caoutchouc Oil liar uess Blacking. First St.. Livermore ¥EW WOOL ANO GRAIN Commission' Honse J. H. CONG BOX &amp; CO.. I M«. « Suimit Street, S. F. ! | To our friends aud the wool-growers | and farmers generally : Having es- . tablished ourselves in a general com- ; mision busiuess of the sale of Wool, j Graio, Brans, live stock. Hides. Pelts, •Tall OW| Alfufii Seed, etc. A strict j attention to the business, as well as a careful study of the interests of the wool-growers and farmers, during our experience of 12 years with the wellktiown house of Mi'ler &amp; Co.. er.ablcs us to anticipate the wants of the consignees. We shall do a Commission Business KXCLUSIVJELY, g...
Building the Nest. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 11 August 1881
Building the Nest. Daisy Drummond's black eyes were flashing and her clieeks were crimson as she stood listening to what Mrs. Gypsum said. "It's not true—not one word of it is true, and I won't listen to such mean, venomous slander!" She had a sweet, ringing voice. She was a graceful girl. Her face was joy oof and piquant, and very pretty, with saucy eyes and a dimpled chin; but yet she was nobody but Miss Josie Gypsum's seamstress for the time being. She had been sewing merrily away, singing little snatches of songs, feeling so gay and happy, and thinking with all her heart of Dick Kenneth, when Miss Gypsum came into the room for a little chat with Daisy, that had turned quite naturailv oa Mr. Kenneth, whom Miss Gypsum had dared to asperse to Daisy's face. ♦'Well, you needn't look as if you vere going to knock me down, Daisy. I'm sure I've only said what's the truth, and what' everybody knows, Kenneth is a regular miser.'' The crimson brightened on Daisy's cheeks and shfj sprang up...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 11 August 1881
COUNTY BOARD OF EQUALIZATION. ' Notice to the Tax-Payers in Oakland Township. : Office of the Clerk of tfie Boardof ) Supervisors of Alameda Co., Cal. f Public notice is hereby given that the ; Assessment Rolls of the Township of j Oakland, Alameda Conntv, have been completed and delivered to the Clerk of tne Board of Supervisors of said County, and that the same will be open for inspection at said Clerk's office in tne Ball of Record's, in the city of Oakland, from 9 o'clock a. m. to 5 o'clock p. m. each day. to and including Monday, August 15 1881. Notice is also given that the Board of Supervisors, of said County, will sit as a Board of Equalization on Monday, August 8. 1881, at 10 o'clock a. m., and will continue in session from time totime until tbe business of Equalization shall be completed, but said Board will not sit as a Bn:,rd ot Equalization laterthan Monday, August 15. 1881. Applications for reduction or correction ot Assessment* must be made in writing, duly verified b...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 11 August 1881
always Cures and never Disappoint* ' The world's great Pain-Reliever for Man and Beast. Cheap, quick and reliable. PITCHER'S CASTORIA is not i Narcotic. Children grow fat [ upon, Mothers like, and Physicians recommend CASTORIA. It regulates the Bowels, cures j "Wind Colic, allays Feverishness, and destroys Worms. ' WEI DE METER S CATARRH Cure, a Constitutional Antidote for this terrible malady, by Absorption. Tbe most Important Discovery since Vaccination. Other remedies may relieve Catarrh, this onres at any * stage before Consumption sets in. _ STOMACH _ «ITTEB S Malaria is an Unseen Vaporous Poison, spreading disease and death in many localities, for which quinine is no genuine antidote, but for the effects of which [lostetter's Stomach Bitters is not only a thorough remedy, but a reliable preventive. To this fact there is an over» whelming array of tostimoay, extending over a period of thirty years* AH disorders of the liver, stomach and bowels are also conquered by the Bitters ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 11 August 1881
THROUGH BY DAYLIGHT! Lindy's Great Flying Market!! Again on the Road! The Children Strain their Eyes for a sight of the Big Red Wag*on I Fruits of all kinds, in Season. GEORGE LINDY. jy 7 3m JOCK TOON, Chinese Physician, Wynn's Building, Livermore Ay. Diseases of all kinds successfully treated, and cures guaranteed. I have just returned from China with a large lot of new Medicines, good for all diseases. jl7-tf JOCK TOON. Pre-Emptiojv Declaratory Statement. Land Office at San Francisco. Cal., I July 6. 1881. |" "VTotice is hereby given that the followingnamed settler has filed notice ofhis intention to make final proofin support of his claim, and that said proof will be made at this office, on Wednesday. Angnst 17. 1881, viz: Dennis Mulqueeney. Pre-emption Declaratory Statement No. 15.666. for the N W \i of Sec. 34, Tp 3. S R 3 East. M. D. M. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and rultiva tion of. said land, viz: Alonzo Flanagan and Thomas Lawle...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 11 August 1881
PATRICK FLANAGAN, Practical Blacksmith, Wheelright and Iron Worker. Horse Shoeing a Specialty. always done when Promised A fair share of public patronage solicited. Shop Main St., near Post Office, Livermore. j!y2Btf P FLANAGAN. A. J. ALTERS, Fashionable Barber Shelden's Building, L and First Sts., LIVERMORE, CAL. Shaving, : : : Fifteen Cents. Call and see me. jly2B-tf SUMMONS. In the Superior Court of the County of Alameda, State of California. Department No. 1. Augusta P. Shove. Plaintiff, ] vs. y Henry P. Shove, Defendant. J Action orought in the Superior Court of the County of Alameda, State of California, and the Complaint filed in said County of Alameda, in the office of the Clerk ot said Superior Court. The people of the State of California send greeting to Henry P. Shove. Defendant. You are hereby required to appear in an action brought against you by the abovenamed plaintiff, iv tin. Superior Court of the County of Alameda. State of California, aLd answer to the complaint f...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 11 August 1881
F. A. Anthony, MANLFACTI KKR OF Tin, Sheet Ironand Copper Ware, and dealer in ilac&amp;ware AtYoo&amp;ware, \,am\&gt;s av\A CoaV OU Having enlarged and re-arranged my store and shop, I have inereasen facilities for the accommodation of all who may favor me with their patronage. All goods warranted as represented, aud satisfaction guaranteed iv 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 &amp; Gents Furnishing 1 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 the Singer mowing Machine. DlMfiiienill I Co. Dealers in DRY GOODS, CIOTCS, noslerj. Notions, MilHery Goods, Hats Men's &amp; Boys Ready-made Clothing 1 . Gent's Furnishing Goods, Boots and. Shoes. AGENTS FOR (PA...
Our Story Teller. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 August 1881
Our Story Teller. CHARLES JEFFERSON THOM. WRANGLESVILLE. A NOVEL. fCoeliuued.] CHAPTER XII. Ranthie and Lizzie and tome other persons. ' How little da lovely women know what awfu) beings ibey are in tbe eyes of inez« perieiiced youib. * * * To a susceptible youib like myself, tbey are perfect «Ji viith ic.*'—lrvins. Next day, Saturday, in the afternoon, I took my usual jaunt. As 1 passed by Robes* Tattled I saw little Ada and her cousin Lizzie in the garden picking a few Everlastings and Queen Margarets. They saw ute and saluted. I stopped and entered into a confab; soon I had entered the garden, and next I found myself in the house, there meeting my new divinity—Ranthie; my heart the meanwhile going pit-a-pat. Had I known that Kauthie was within, I fancy I would not have entered. Little Ada told her mamma that this was Mr. Jones. Mrs. Tuttle welcomed me, as did Ranthie. Though in much inward tripidation, I mustered up courage enough to keep up my end of the conversation, and to, at...