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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 August 1881

Jiotea for Subscription: One year, in advaxck - $3 00 Six B'opih* - . . . S Ot Three mm ihe - . J M I.oral »tar (•) ■•tier* Inserted for 18e per llaa TraaeieM advertWeujeate matt be paid fur in ■rivauce Juli Printl»K in every Myle 'J nr. I'tni D alma to t»e an Independent local onriiai. bin hat opinion* of it* own an all topic* el tntrreM to it* patron*, and will at war* expre»a tlimi w Ithont fear. It i» not an --ontau" lor any party clique, or fine, and it* opinion*.".' little worth, though they nay be, ar» not for aale at any j • rice. TUB II r kai nt« thorouehly tdentifled wit* tbe hc*t ii.trn *i» of Murray I ownahip. it* town* and hamlet*, and it* farmer*, merchant*, mechanic* and Inicnandmen. It will ever be found laborer lot i he building up of tbia aec.tivu of country and tbe pro*perily of it* people. on topic* of rrtierat «r focal int*re*t. tire tr«ni p*T*walrrte*. wIH »c triadly received. Ihe editor WM. however, to He held reepontible I" r i i.c bSeae ißpltoai d then in. 1...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 August 1881

J. R. PALMKR, Attorner and Counsellor at Law. - AXn NOTARY PUBLIC. PLEASANTON, ALAMEDA CO.. (;aL. Prompt attention given to tbe preparation of legal papers. HOUTON 6 KENNEDY, Managers for tbe Pacific Coast for tbe man ufacturers of Enterprise SelfJUegulating fWrnfmif/*, Perkins Patent; Enterprise Feed Mi lit. Pumps Cultivators, eiu, etc., etc. General Office and supplies Livermore Alameda count)-, Cal. *|P. O Ibr 125. H. D. MORRILL, House, Sign and Carriage Painter. Paper Hanging and Kalsotniniug. Leave Orders at N. B Holmes' shop. jy.ls<Jm. G. BENTON JARRETT, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SUUGEOH OVFICK: Private Residence, cor. Third & X Streets LIVKKSIOKE. CAL. R. W. GRAHAM, Justice of the Peace and Con veyancer. Special Attention paid to Real Estate Transaction and ctdketing A rent for the Royal of Liverpool, and Norwich Union Fire Insurance company i.ivfcuuoKK. cal neclDtl WETER A L" S LIVERMORE BAKERY, Livermore, Cal. Families, Hotels aud Re»tauran's supplied dail...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 August 1881

The news of the decision against the C. P. R. R. Co , in the test tax suit, will be received with feelings of joy throughout the State. The attempt, by that corporation, to escape from paying taxes, altogether, because, for once, a State Board of Equalization had sufficient back bone to assess its property at its true value, has been watched with great interest by our people. The majority, knowing the power of the railroad corporation, believed it would escape, on legal quibbles, without payment. They are. however, happily disappointed, even should an appeal be made to the Supreme Court of the United States, a reversal is not likely to be obtained. And now, what does our Alameda County Board of Supervisors think of its recent action in reducing the Company's assessment one hundred per cent? Its action is not legal, it having clearly infringed upon the province of the State Board of Equalization; but the principle is the same, the action taken being in direct opposition to justice, r...

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The Most Important Points in Starting a New Vineyard. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 August 1881

The Most Important Points in Starting a New Vineyard. t. Procure cuttings from sections '.vhere no disease has ever made its appearance. The phylloxera, after once being introduced into a vine-growing section, can never be entirely exterminated, and often, one man, through ignorance, may cause tbe ruin of many vineyards, as has often been demonstrated in this State. For instance, iv Sonoma and St. Helena, new vineyards, planted in newfields, are beginning to show the ravages of the disease, communicated from neighboring vines. Too great caution cannot be shown, in seeking to avoid the planting of disease! cuttings. 2. Location. Hill slopes, or elevated plain, not subject to late spring frosts. Avoid low-lying lands. 3. Soil. The best wines are grown on a red soil, freely mixed with gravel. Second best, is sandloam. The black soils, containing an abundance of vegetable mould, produce vigorous free-bearing vines, but an inferior wine. The most of the soils around Livermore and Pleasan...

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The Railroad-Tax Cases. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 August 1881

The Railroad-Tax Cases. Insufficient Equity to Justify an Injunction. Judge Sawyer of the United States Circuit and fudge Hoffman of tbe United States District Court liave rendered an important decision in the case of Colis P. Huntington vs. Charles E. Palmer, Tax Collector, etc., and the Central Pacific Railroad Company. This action was a bill in equity, brought by a stockholder of the railroad comoany on behalf of himself, and all other stockholders who shall come in and contribute to the expenses of the suit against the corporation and the Tax Collector of Alameda county, to enjoin the collection of a State and county tax, as being illegal and unconstitutional on various grounds; and as such utterly and in toto void. The defendant Palmer demurred to the bill for the want of equity. The merits of this demurrer are argued at length in the opinion and supplemented by numerous citiatiens. The Court was unable to distinguish the present case from those cited from the Supreme Court. Un...

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Oakland Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 August 1881

Oakland Correspondence. Oakland, August 15, 1881. Ed. Herald:—During the course of tlie preceding week the water in this city ha 3 been very disgusting in its odor, and exceedingly dissagreeable to the taste, owing, it is said, to the source from which it was derived, as it was taken from Lake Chabot through the lower pipe where the vegetation is constantly under process of decay. Most of the blame, rising from this foul supply, has been unjustly attached to the company, the members of which have been attacked by a number of our professional "grumblers" and "fault tinders," through the columns of one of our daily papers, for the nonfulfillment of their (the company's) obligations to the city. In considering this matter, it is not to be expected that the company should be held responsible for this miserable condition of water, as it has undoubtedly performed its part of the con tract with the city, in a conscientious and satisfactory manner, and in such a way as could not, under any ...

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San Francisco Market. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 August 1881

San Francisco Market. Flour—The following are jobbing rates: Best family extra, $5 12$@5 37fc superfine, $3 75® 4 50; bakers* extra, $4 75@5{ interior extra, $4 75@5; interior superfine, $3 50@3 75; Oregon extra, $4 25@4 50; Walla Walla extra, $4 50@4 75; Graham flour, $4 per bbl. Wheat—We quote fancy milling, $1 62$@1 65; No. 1 shipping, $1 60@1 625; No. 2 do, $1 55® 1 57$ per ctl. The receipts and exports from San Francisco since July Ist to date have been as fol lows: Receipts, 2,332,624 ctls; exports, 1,930,056 ctls. Floating cargoes were quoted at unchanged figures under a light demand from Liverpool yesterday morning according to first advices. Liverpool spot rates were Id higher. While the news was rather less favorable than on previous days buyers here were none the less eager inquirers after wheat. A very good bnsi nesB was done on 'Change, the tone of the market being strong and buoyant. Holders of wheat are rather more inclined to sell, though much of the wheat offering i...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 August 1881

Eugene L. Fisher, Haywards, Alameda Co., Cal^ Housemover and Bui der, STONE AND BRICK MASON, Monuments and Grare Inclosurea. Grindstones Furnished to Order. Mechanical aad Perspective, and Patent Office Draw ings. jefi.tf

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 August 1881

General MerctoJise A Fine Assortment of FANCY GOODS! Call and see me. Great Reduction in Prices. P% . STOMACH 4f^ SITTErtS Malaria Is an Unseen Vaporona Poison, spreading disease and death in many localities, for which quinine is no genuine antidote, but for the effects of which Hostetter's Stomach Bitte:s is not only a thoroueh remedy, but a reliahle preventive. To this fact there is an over* whelming array of testimojy, extending over a period of thirty years. * All disorders of the liver, stomach and bowels are also conquered by the Bitters For sale hy all Druggists and Dealers generally. always Cures and never Disappoint* The world's great Pain-Roliever for Man and Beast. Cheap, quick and reliable. PITCHER'S CASTORTA is not Narcotic. Children grow fat upon, Mothers like, and Physicians recommend CASTORIA. It regulates the Bowels, cures Wind Colic, allays Feverishness, and destroys Worms. WEI DE MEYER'S CATARRH Cure, a Constitutional Antidote for ibis terrible malady, by Absorpti...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 August 1881

PATRICK FLANAGANi Practical Blacksmith, Whaelright and Iron Worker. Horse Shoeing a Specialty. fJfWork always done when Promised A fair share of public gstronage solicited. Shop Main St., near Post Office, Livermore. jlyaa tf P FLANAGAN. A. J. ALVERS, Fashionable Barber Shtlden's Building, L and First Sts., LIVERMORE, CAL. Shaving, ; : : Fifteen Cents. Call and see me. jly2B-tf SUMMONS. In tbe Superior Court of tbe County of Alameda, State of California. Department No. 1. Augusta P. Sbove. Plaintiff, "j vs. r Henry P. Shove, Defendant. J Action orought in the Superior Court of the County of Alameda, Sute of California, and the Complaint filed in said County of Alameda, in the office of the Clerk of said Superior Court. The people of the State of California send greeting to Hmry P. Shove. Defendant. You are hereby required to appear in an action brought agaiust you by tlie abovenamed plaintiff, iv th* Superior Court of tbe County of Alameda, State of California, and answer to the com...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 August 1881

F. A. Anthony, . MANUFACTURER OF Tin, Sheet Ironand Copper Ware, and dealer in \>amps aud Coa\ OU HaviDg enlarged and re-arrangod my store and ahop, I have increasen facilities for the accommodation of all who may favcr 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 Comer First and Lizzie sts. Livermore, c2B F. Mally Dealer in Boots and shoes, hats, Caps & 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, aud all Eastern and California periodicals. Agent for the Sieger >cwing Machine. filiSS & Co. Dealers in DRY GOODS, Glores, Hosiery. Notions, Mil liery Goods. Hats Men's & Boys Ready-made Clothing. Gent's Furnishing Goods, Boots and Shoes, AGENTS FOR Otatsjitcb JU.ns lZvn, 1870.) Brick...

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Local Brieflets. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 August 1881

Local Brieflets. Pick up those bowlders on First street. Copies of the Herald of week before last— August 4th—wanted at this office. The upper stories of the Mally and Levy blocks are fast approaching completion. Forty nine railroad tickets were sold at Livermore station last Monday afternoon. Four automatic organets were disposed of by raffle in this place during the past week. Robert McDonald is building a barn. 48x52, on his ranch six miles east of this place. Justice A. M. Church, of Oakland, grappled his Livermore friends by the hand on Sunday. J. H Brackett will raffle a new skeleton wagon at Gus Jahnigan's saloon Saturday eveniug, Sept. 3d. The hand organ man invaded town Menday afternoon, to the delight ol the juvenile, and the benefit of his own pocket. A number of the friends of Miss Susie Morrill tendered her a most enjoyable social party at her residence, Saturday evening. A picnic and summer night festival will be held at Pleasanton Grove by Johnson & Detjen...

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With Us Again. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 August 1881

With Us Again. Georjfe Ertel, of Quincy, 111., proprietor and manufacturer of the Economy Hay Press, is spending a week in nur town hefore leaving for home, and is selling presses at s lively rate. Despite the large numlier of presses sold by Mr. Ertel in this Valley two years ago, all of which are now in operation here, he is now making sales faster than ever before. During the few days since his last arrival, be has sold five presses, two being to parties now owning and running the Economy. He expects tc be here but this

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Pleasanton Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 August 1881

Pleasanton Letter. Aug. 8,1881. Ed. Herald:—Well, we have preaching again in Pleasanton. We had been foi some time withont it. No doubt some were glad of it. Others felt sorry, and there were others that felt actually ashamed that we had become so impoverished to that extent that we could not afford it (talse economy, perheps). How bard it is tor us to get rid of our early religious education. Many of U9 were trained to go to church from childhood; wewere instructed that it was right; We •eg ided the ministry not only with rt'wet. but with reeeratlon. About the first thing our fathers thought of building was a church. How is it now? Have we grown wiser? 1 fail to fee it. In what respect are we better than our fathers? Surely, not in morals; I sometimes fear we have retrograded. I don't wish to be a croaker, or an alarmist, but I want to £c honest. I want to speak my honest convictions. Well, I cemmenced my sbo't article by referring to the fact that we had preaching again in Pleasan...

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Dublin Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 August 1881

Dublin Correspondence. Dublin, Aug. 14, 1881. Oh! those horrid mosquitos! Threshing is in full blast in this part of the valley. Mr. George Fitzgerald, proprietor of the Bank Exchange Saloon, of Livermore, was paying his Dublin friends a visit last week. Mr. Lydston, the photographer from San Jose, has his tent in town. Mr. Lydston is a first class artist. He always gives satisfaction. Lady Jackson, the three-legged colt, was exhibited here on Thursday evening last. Quite a number called to see the great curiosity. Miss Maggie McKee, who is at present attending the Livermore College, was home today, paying a visit to ber mother and her school-mates of this place. Mr. C M. Dougherty has two grain cleaners at work cleaning grain for ship ment. He has at present five six-mule teams hauling grain to Roberts' landing. Romualdo.

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Nice Business. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 August 1881

Nice Business. It has been reported that we pay carpenters a commission on lumber sales. This is not true. Our lumber is of the best quality, and carpenters knowing this, preter it. Selling as we do —the best— and at market rates, reports to the contrary notwithstanding, we cannot afford to pay anybody commissions, and any one who says we do, is either misinformed or maliciously misrepresenting us. We never have resorted to trickery to gain trade, and before we do we will quit business. We arc here in the Lumber Business, trying, by hard work, fair dealing, and attending strictly to our own busines*, to make a living. We are not getting rich- have no mortgages on rarfclus or homes; no one is placed under obligations to deal with us; but those who can and are willing to do so, we shall always be glad to serve. We are thankful to our friends for libeial patronage in the past, and hope to merit and receive the future trade of Livermore and vicinity in this line of business. Very respec...

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LOCAL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 August 1881

LOCAL NOTICES. 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. * The merits of Messrs. Norton & Kennedy's Enterprise Windmills are too well known in *his 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, and elulblains, 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 his business. Call and examine. * Messrs. Horton & 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 i...

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Lindy's Locals. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 18 August 1881

Lindy's Locals. A sight of Lindy's big red wagon is better than soothing syrun for tbe babies. * The star spangled banner floats over the Great Fiving Market. * Lindy's fruit never produces colic. * Tbe seventh sob of a seventh son is again oa the war-path. *

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