ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Livermore Herald Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 7,957 items from Livermore Herald, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
7,957 results
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 25 August 1881

J. R. PALMER, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. — AND NOTARY PUBLIC. PLEASANTON, ALAMEDA CO.. CaL Prompt attention gives, to the preparation of legal papers. HORTON & KENNEDY, Managers for tbe Pacific Coast for the man ufacturers of Enterprise SelfRegulating Windmills, Perkins Patent; Enterprise reed Mills, Pumps Cultivators, etc, etc., etc. General Office and supplies Livermore Alameda county, Cal. [P. O Box125. B. D. MORRILL, House, Slpn and Carriage Painter. Paper Hanging and Kalsomining. Leave Ordars at N."B. H«hne*' shop. jy.ls-3m. G. BENTON JARRETT, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OFFICE: Private Residence, cor. Third & K Streets LIVERMORE. CAL. R. W. GRAHAM, Justice of the Peace and Con reyancer. Special Attention paid to Real Estate Transaction and collecting Agent for the Royal of Liverpool, and Norwich Union Fire Insurance company LIVERMORE, CAL WETERAU'S LIVERMORE BAKERY, Livermore, Cal. Families, Hotels and Restaurants supplied daily with the best brea...

Publication Title: Livermore Herald
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 25 August 1881

Superior Judge Green, of this County, has somewhat stariled the politicians, by subjecting applicants for naturalization papers to an examination in the Federal Constitution, and the principles of the Government of "the United States. In one case he refused to issue pa pers, on the ground that the applicant knew nothing of the principles of the Government, and could not be attached to it; that a native American must be in the country twenty-oue years before he can vote, during which time he learns something of the Government; that it was not and proper to naturalize thi> person until he understood the duties of a citizen, or could tell the difference between a republic and a monarchy. Judge Green's action is denounced hy some of the unthinking; but will be approved by all right-minded citizens, of whatever nationality. The Robinson vineyard, two-kud-a-half uiilefe southeast of Livermore, is now an object of interest, and is attracting much attention fiom parties who are c...

Publication Title: Livermore Herald
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Pleasanton Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 25 August 1881

Pleasanton Letter. Pleasanton, Aug. 21, '81. It will be remembered that in my last communication I referred to the fact that we had preaching again in Pleasanton. You ask, what of it? Much, every way. It shows a better moral tone; a kind of coming up in the moral scale. A community where God is not recognized in public worship, does not amount to much. The rising generation would be deficient in that moral training so necefsary to true manhood and womanhood. My main object in writing this epistle is simply to speak of churchgoing as a habit. A great many neoplc in California liave not contracted the habit of going to church, or if they have, they have unfortunately lost if. Some go from mere impulse or curiosity, or because time hangs heavily upon them, or because they have no other place to go, or because they have a fine suit of clothes they wish to show. There is another class of people who always go to hear a new preacher, but their seats are very soon vacated. Tlie only correct...

Publication Title: Livermore Herald
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Oakland Correspondence [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 25 August 1881

Oakland Correspondence Oakland, August 22, 1881. Ed. Herald:—At the meeting of the Board of Education on Tuesday evening last, it was decided upon the recommendation of a number of gentlemen occupying high positions in educational matters, to organize and regulate a class, to be composed of grammar school graduates, whose financial condition will not permit them 10 enter upon the long aud extended course recmirei", in order to obtain University or High School educations, but who arc desirous of entering life with a thorough understanding of the manner in which the various departments of business are conducted. It was, therefore, resolved, that the main object in the organization of this class, was for the instruction of such youths in the principles of general business and commercial law, as are determined, before they attempt to battle with the hardships and misfortunes of this life, to lit themselves for the various duties which they will be compelled to perform. The course of stu...

Publication Title: Livermore Herald
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Washington's Market Cart. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 25 August 1881

Washington's Market Cart. On the 20th of April, Braddock left Alexandria. On the 9th of July lie fell. Washington filled the mountain passes with troops, and kept off the French and Indians from the town that trembled and grew. When the French power was broker in Virginia, he married, and "society" was chagrined at its early experience a of his married life. Parson Weens tells us that "Alexandria," though small, was lovely, but had no charms for the palate. By tobacco its neighbors had made money. They began to look down on the poorer sort, and to talk about families. Of course -such great people could not run market carts. Henca the Belhavenitcs often sat down to a dinner of salt meat and johnny cake. But when Washington brought the wealthy widow Custis to Mount Vernon, a market cart was constructed, and twice a week sent to Belhaven with fat things that amazed the lean market. Country gentlemen dining in town wondered at the change of fare, and thus it was discovered, to the morti...

Publication Title: Livermore Herald
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 25 August 1881

News and Notes. There are 500 men in New York worth over $3,000,000 or more. The tower electric light system at Akron, 0., is said to be a failure. It is rumored at Rome that the Pope proposes going to Malta to reside. Diptheria is raging quite extensively in the lower portion of Amador county. Five thousand head of cattle have been shipped from Winnemueca this season. Last week $2,000,000 in gold was started on its way from London to New York. A Knoxville, Term., merchant was recently fined $20 for selling a lemon on Sunday. It is suggested that Gniteau, the assassin, be pardoned on condition that he go to Texas and steal a horse. The owner of a fruit ranch near Los Gatos expects this year to realize from three acres of peaches, $3,000. It it believed that the building of railroads in New Mexico is producing a greater rain fall in that usually arid region. Texas has a new law making it a misdemeanor to injure baggage by handling it "maliciously, carelessly, or recklessly." Gambetta...

Publication Title: Livermore Herald
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
San Francisco Market. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 25 August 1881

San Francisco Market. Flotjk—The following are jobbing rates: Best family extra, $5 50@5 75; superfine. $4 50@ 5 00; bakers' extra, $5@5 50; interior extra, $5 25@5 50; interior superfine, $4 00@4 25; Oregon extra, $4 50@5 00; Walla Walla extra, $4 50@4 75; Graham flour, $4 per bbl. Wheat—We quote fancy milling, $1 67£; No. 1 shipping, $1 62* @1 65; No. 2 do, $1 60@1 724. per ctl. Tlie receipts and exports from San Francisco since July Ist to date have been as fol lows: Receipts, 2,882,708 ctls; exports, 2,255,170 ctls. Exporters were conspicious by their absence on 'Change yesterday. Business was therefore very circumbscribed. The English market was firmer yesterday morning than it was on Monday afternoon, though not as high as on Monday morning. Late on Monday afternoon private cables indicated a decline of Is in Liverpool. The market here showed a corresponding weakness and sales of No. 1 to the extent of 2500 centals were effected as low as $1 62£. A parcel of 1500 sks good ship...

Publication Title: Livermore Herald
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 25 August 1881

S. FRANCIS, MEBCHANT T AILO R, 1006 B OADWAY. 3 DOORS FROM I9THThe 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 Stylo and Warranted to Fit. Remember the place: Benitz Block, 1006 Broadway OOMEGYS, BLOCK & CO., OENEUAI, DEALERS I* r oceries, Hardware, Crockery WOOD AND WILLOW WYRE, IRON. STIEL, COAL, Ag ric v 11 ural I mpl ements, Paints, Oils, Wines & 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 aspecialy, BUI? X BLOCK. Livermore, NORFOLK Livery, Feed and Sale Stable FliiST Si\,LIVERMOu% CAL. Good unable turnouts, and fine stepping Hambletonian roadsters, a speci ally. tf. John Harvey FAN If JL OX Livery Stable W. S....

Publication Title: Livermore Herald
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Local Brieflets. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 25 August 1881

Local Brieflets. Two moonlight picnics nn the tapis. S. N. Putrum, of Oakland, was in town on Sunday. Peter Rupert is about to paint two large signs for S Levy. Chris. Schmidt is painting bis saloon budding. Mill Square. Anna Liumeister and Delfini Bernal, of this place, are visiting frie tdi in San Francisco. Church & Scott have put a large and elegant black-and-gold s»gn over the entianc of their new <lrug store. Richard Wegener, ef San Fiancisco. who is about to engage in grape growing iv this Valley, "ii au txteusive scale, was in town on Sunday. By request of the attorneys of both sides, the preliminary examination of Poblitz, for the mur.lcr of John Taylor, was postponed fr>m Friday last to next Tuesday, August 30th. Christopher Ford, a mountaineer, who is largely engaged in Angora goal rai>ing near Sa-» Antonio Valley, thtr'y miles South of this place, was in town Tutsday. lur the first lime in three months. Dr Cutler has made nota...

Publication Title: Livermore Herald
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Livermore Public School. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 25 August 1881

Livermore Public School. ROLL OF HONOR. Attendance, deporimejit and scho'arship for tbe month end ing August 19th : Department I.—The Principal, Teacher. 1. Henry JI. Meyets; 2. Geo. A. Sangmaster; 3. Georye T. Budworth; 4. Chas. F. Acker, Maggie T. Budworth, and Joe V. Hayes; 5. Bnrritt L. Weymouili. Department ll—Miss Mary F. Buckelew, Teacher. 1. John Brooks; 2. Lizzie Spraftie; 8. Gracie McKeauy; 4. George Meyers; r <. Vivia Cutler. Department lll—Miss Minnie Buckelew. Teacher 1. Edith Abbey; 2. Martin Murphy; 3. Mary Stahl; 4. Lillle Stahl; 5. Hailie Levy. Department IV —Miss Martha J. McClure. Teacher. 1. Emma Savage; 2. Frank Savage; 3 Euirene Mniphy. Department V—Miss Emma Smith. Teacher. 1. Mary Ponce; 2. Eleanora Petter ; 8. PeterBeban;4 Lizzie Wilson, 5. Maggie Harrington. J.T. McDonald, Principal.

Publication Title: Livermore Herald
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
County News. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 25 August 1881

County News. San Lorenzo. Last Sunday night between 11 and 12 o'clock a story and a half residence, situated just north of Mrs Wm. Meek's place, owned and occupied by Frank Soite took fire and was burned to the ground, nothing being saved but one bedstead and a trunk, tbe occupants escaping from the from the burning building in their night clothes.- The cause of the fire is a mystery. The bouse and furnitiiic were insured .n the Home Mutual for $600, and Wednesday L. C Morehouse called on Mr. Soite and paid the loss, $580.—Haywards Journal. The appraisers of the estate of the late Win. Meek have filed their report. They figured up the personal property at $29.. 195 85. and the real estate al $231,742.10, making a total of $260,531.95 Lysaiuh-r Stove, dpt. Wm. Wm. Knox, the appraises, t»*ok great care in preparing the report, which is said to he one of the most complete reports of the kind ever filed in the Clerk's ofiic;. Three more competent gentlemen could not have been chosen to ...

Publication Title: Livermore Herald
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
BORN. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 25 August 1881

BORN. LEAL— In Livermore. August 22d, to the wife of A. P. Leal, a daughter.

Publication Title: Livermore Herald
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 25 August 1881

Kcal Estate W. M. Mendenhall to W. Callaghan, lot 9, blk 34, Livermore; $40. E. A v bury lo Mrs. F. Mesa, lot 10x200 feet in N W «* NE >4 Sec 8, Tp 3, S R 2 E, Murray Tp; $200E. Taylor & J. F. Black to J. p. Smith. 40 aires, El Valle de Sau Jose Rancho. Murray Tp; $2,000. Same to D. G. Paul, 40 acres, portion plot 26, El Valle de San Jose Rancho, Murray Tp; $2,000. J. P. Smith to Julia M, wife of C. G. Sperry 20 38 acres. El Valle de San Jose Rancho; gift. Same to V. G. Sperry, 5 acres, El Valle de San Jose Rancho; $250. S. Osterhout to J. H. Pester, 30 acres in plot 27. El Valle de San Jose Rani ho, Murray Tp; $t,500. Wm* B. Carr to Kicbard Wegener, lot 1, sec 23, Tp 3, SR 2 E; $270. To Rknt.—Land to rent on shares, in large or small tracts. Bakkr & Whidden. Pleasanton, Aug. 18, 1881. a25-4t Seed Wheat for Sale.—A lot of choice seed wheat—cleaned While Australin—grown from imported seed, for sale at $2.25 per cental. A sample can be seen at the He...

Publication Title: Livermore Herald
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 25 August 1881

Real Estate Agency. Tlie undersigned hereby offers for sale the following described valuable proper- < ties: All the unsold budding lots in tbe McLeod Addition to the Town of Livermore. All the unsold building lots «n tbe Paci fie Mutual Life Ins. Go's addition to the Town of Livermore. 11. R. Huie's ranch of 160 acres, three miles northeast of Livermore. Price, $4000. A bargain. P. C. Waltenbaugh's ranch of 320 acres, near Livermore, either as a whole, or one 80-acre pltce. Price of whole, $30 per acre; Price of 80 acre piece, $1,000. The entire ranch is fenced, and has good buildings. S. Wetterau's bakery property. Main street, but a few doors from post office, Livermore. It is the only bakery in a town of 1,000 inhabitants, and does a good business. Has a saloon connected. Buildings consist of bt-kery and saloon building small dwelling, aud stable. Excellent well of water. Large lot. A bargain. Cottage dwelling and lot, within one minute walk to post office. One of the...

Publication Title: Livermore Herald
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 25 August 1881

Mendocino Lumber Yard. o Anspacher Bros., Agents. o A complete stock of first quality lumber will always be kept on hand together with doors, windows and building material. o RAILROAD AVENUE, BETWEEN M AND N STREETS, LIVERMORE, OAL. Apr 9 3m J. A. BILZ'S Carriage Manufactory, Machine I Blacksmith Shop, PLEASA IsT TO , CAL. TO TH E ABUSES «» PUBLIC GENERAL?: —I HAVE ON HAND A LARGE STOCK OF— Iron Axle Header Wagons, Family Spring Wagons, open and with top, Family Carriages, Open and Top Baggies, Skeletons, Sulkies and Breaking Carts, All this work is oi my own manufacture; is guaranteed first-class in every particular. CTParticular attention paid to HORSE SHOEING. CARRIAGE PAINT ING & CARRIAGE TRIMMING Buy my work and I will guarantee satisfaction. Anspacher Bros, and Comegys, Block & Co, are Agents lor my Wagons at Livermore. r^kmr apr 14 Jl my jEB JtJß— JSkwrnim Fountain Saloon, CORNER X AND FIRST STS. LIVERMORE. Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Pioneer Bee...

Publication Title: Livermore Herald
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 25 August 1881

LIVERMORE BRE WER V FIRST STREET, LIVERMORE, CAL. Best of Beer constantly on hand. Supplied hy 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 turer of Gorner's Caoutchouc Oil Har ness Blacking. First St., Livermore NEW WOOL AND CRAIN Commission House J. If. CONGOOX a co. k Xo. 6 Stenart Street, 8. F. To our friends and the wool-growers aud farmers generally : Having es* tablished ourselves iv a general comuaision business of the sale of Wool, Grain, Brans, live stock. Hides. Pelts, Tallow, Alfafit Seed, etc. A strict attention to the busiuess, as well as a careful study of the interests of the wool-growers and farmers, during our experience of 12 years with the wellknown house of Mi'ler <fc Co.. enables us to anticipate the wants of the consiguees. We shall do a Commission Business EXCLUSIVELY, giving personal attention to all consig...

Publication Title: Livermore Herald
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Another New Road. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 25 August 1881

Another New Road. A Ollt Edged Dream of Monoply - How our Modern Highways are Built—lmproved Law and Finance. From the Carson Appeal. Yesterday Constable Stern discovered in the city jail a map of the United States and some railroad connections which were entirely new to him. On making inquiries he discovered that the map had been drawn by a couple of prisoners and was the ground plan of a big railroad scheme in which the two were interested. "We propose," said one of them, "to start a new railroad system beginning at Carson and ending in NaW York." "When will you begin operations?" queried the officer. "O, as soon as we get ont. Now let me outline the plan. We start out with some pins, chains and con passes and make a survey. We announce through the press the proposed Carson, Arizona and Texan line. Then we incorporate and let in a lot of the solid citizens, appoint a committee to go to the financial centres and lay in with a syndicate of hankers to place our securities. They make ...

Publication Title: Livermore Herald
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
An Important Decision. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 25 August 1881

An Important Decision. The United States Supreme Court recently decided that conditions in a title deed of land prohibiting the manufacture or sale of liquor on the ground conveyed by it, are valid and binding, even upon subsequent purchasers from the first grantee. The conditions are attached to the land. There are several colonies in this and other States founded upon temperance prsnciples, and land is sold to settlers with the same provisions against the manufacture and sale of intoxicating liquors, which this decision directly effects, establishing the legality of the conditions in the deeds, and forever prohibiting a violation of the conditions under the penalty of forfeiture to the grantors. It is far more effective than local option, or Maine law prohibitions, for the prohibition runs with the land forever. There has heretofore been considerable doubt as to the binding force of such provision in a deed; but this decision by the highest judicial tribunal in the nation sets the...

Publication Title: Livermore Herald
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
x
Loading...
x
x