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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 25 August 1881

Eugene L. Fisher, Haywards, Alameda Co., Cal., Housemover and Bui der, STONE AND BRICK MASON, Monuments and Grave Inclosnres. Grindstones Furnished to Order. Mechanical and Perspective, and Patent Office Drawings. jeO.W PATIRCK FLANAGAN, Practical Blacksmith, Wheelright and Iron "Worker. Horse Shoeing a Specialty. t3*rWork always done when Promised A fair share of public patronage solicited. Shop Main St., near Post Office, Livermore. jly2S tf P FLANAGAN. A. J. ALTERS, Fashionable Barber Shelden's Building, L and First Sts., LIVERMORE, CAL. Shaving, : : : Fifteen Cents. Call and see me. jly2B-lf THE IMPROVED Daniel Best SEED CLEANER! The Best Machine in the Market. Capable of Cleaning 1,000 Sacks a day. PRICE REASONABLE. Terms to suit the times. May be seen at work in this Valley. Apply to J. 11. TAYLOR, myl9-tf Agent.

Publication Title: Livermore Herald
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 25 August 1881

The Old Reliable LIY£RMORE DRUGSTORE Has removed from its old stand. Mill Square, to Beautiful /Yew Quarters, i Corner First and X Streets, Where the Doctor will always be found on hand, ready lor business. jl-14-tf DR L HEZ CUTLER. H. P. JACCARD, DEALER Id Jewelry, Watches, Clocks, Silverware, Siationei r y* J. Hollands Gold Pens and Pencils, Etc., Etc., Etc. Repairing done, aud Warranted. Railroad Avenue, next to Brick Block. Pre - Fmption Declaratory Statement* Land Office at Sau Francisco. Cal., August 3. 1881. Notice is heieby given that tbe following named settler has fi'ed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of h's claim, and that said proof will be trade at this office, on Monday. September 12. 1881, viz: Manuel Barelas, Homestead Application, No. 4.007, for the S % of NE M. &SHof NW i 4 '. Sec. 10. 1 4, SR. 3 E—M DM. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of said land, viz: Manuel Alviso, Jesus...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 25 August 1881

S&&ETJE& LEY?, General Herchandise A Fine Assortment of FANCY GOODS! Call and see me. Great Redaction in Prices. aUgll-tt fetfe 4. STOMACH df^ eITTEr? s Malaria Is an Unseen Vaporous Poison, spreading disease and death in j many localities, for which quinine is no genuine antidote, but for the effects of which Hosteller's Stomach Bitteis ia not only a thorough remedy, but a reliable preventive. To tins fact there is an over-, whelming army of tcstiino.iy, extending over a period of thirty years. All disorders of the liver, stomach and bowels are also conquered by tbe Bitters For sale by all Druggists and Dealers generally. always Cures and never Disappoint* The world's great Pain-Reliever for Men and Beast* Cheap, quick and reliable. PITCHER'S CASTORIA is not Narcotic. Children grow fat upon. Mothers like, and Physicians recommend CASTORIA. It regulates tho Bowels, cures Wind Colic, allays Fcvcrishncss, and destroys Worms. V/ZI DZ METER'S CATARRH ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 25 August 1881

Alameda Go. branch. —or tb*— dsgefp^ Of California. 922 AND 924 BROADWAY, Union Bank Building) Oakland, Cal Cash Capital, $300 000 0 0 Cash Assets, 581.355.76. The Home Mutual is a California Com. pany, confining its business to tke Pacific Coast. Over 1,000 shares of the Company's stock are held by prominent residents ol' Alameda aud Contra Costa counties. All Premiums received through this Branch are Deposited and In* vested iv Alameda Co. Kates as low as Solvency and Fair Pi otit will admit of Losses liberally adjusted and promptly paid at points where they occur. 11. ft. MAGVL, Manager J. L. MITCH EL, Agent Livermore, Office 0. P. It. R. Depot. H.O.WELLER. Agent Pleasanton, Col ~" SUMMONS. j In the Superior Court of the County of Alameda, Slate of California. Department No. 1. Augusta P. Shove. Plaintiff, ] Henry P. Shove, Defendant. J Action wrought in the Superior Court of the County of Alameda, State of California, aud tbe Complaint filed in said Conn ty of Alameda, iv Ihe of...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 25 August 1881

F. A. Anthony, MANUFACTURER OF Tin, Sheet Ironand Copper Ware, and dealer In i\ ar Aw at c W oo&w are, \.amys ana Coa\ ov\ Having enlarged and re-nrrnngsd my store and shop, I have iucrca&en tacilities for the accommodation of all who may favor me with their patronage. All goods warranted as represented, and satisfaction guaranteed iv REPAIRING AN!) JOB WORK. Agenl for the Improved HOWE Sewing \ Machine. F. A. Anthony Corner 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 ths Sau Francisco Chronicle, aud all Eastern and California periodicals. A;;ent f or tlie Singer »swing Machine. DiMaelall & Co. Dealers in DRY GOODS, Glores, Iloslery, Notions. Mil llery Goods Hats Men's & Boys Beady-made Clothing". Genfs Furnishing Goods, Boots and Shoes, AGENTS FOR ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 September 1881

THE LIVERMORE HERALD. IJSTIDIEIPIEIISriDiEJN-T TILT EVERYTHING TTOTTTITTG VOL. X. LIVERMORE, ALAMEDA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1881 NO. 7.

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Our Story Teller. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 September 1881

Our Story Teller. WEANGLESVILLE. A NOVEL. • [Continued.] CHAPTER XVIII. More about school matters. '•Yes! But indeed, by cold, ungrateful scorn, Willi study pale, hy daily crosses worn, I>isjiisi(J by I hose who to his labors own All timl tut y fend, ;m<l almost all tliev know; Condemned each tedious day. such care to bear As will might drive c'eii patience to despair" —Wilson, the Naturalist. I had now been in the school one month, and was in doubt as to where I stood in the community. The week's disaster had been a decided set-back to me. At least so I thought and felt; vet I would Know it all; would go about amongst the people; would talk with everyone that would hold converse with me, and study what they said, as well as their actions while thus talking. Troublesome as school had been during the week, I had no reason to look for any improvement in this wise within the week to come; but I would be forewarned and thus forearmed. Choir meeting had been changed...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 September 1881

Uncle Pleasant Batkins is 60 and his wife 72. The other day a friend said: ''Uncle Pleasant, why in the mischief did you marry a woman nearly old enough to be your mother?" "You see hoy," he replied with a sigh," ''I was workin' for long John Freeman, in Hanovers, when 1 was jest 18, and Sara Ann Russ, old Mrs. Russ's only daughter, was 30, if she wur a day. At every quiltin' she used to chose me for her partner, and everybody said it 'pcared like she were a court in' me. She gimme four pairs cotton socks and a heap of things, but still 1 didn't have no notion of her. Well, on Christmas Eve, 1 went to the old woman's, and bad hardly sot down before Sary Ann brought me some sweet pertato pie, which she knowed I was monstrous fond of. While I was eatin' it I heard the old woman up stairs a countin' silver dollars. Now there was no plaster to the sealin\ and the upstairs floor had cracks in it as wide as my finger. So you see I could hear the jingle of the money jest as well as if I ha...

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

Hates for Subscription: One year, ik adtascb - $3 00 Sis month* - - - I 00 Three mot tha - - - 1 00 Local star <*) notices inserted for 19c per line Traucient advertisements Meet be pala fer in advance Job Prlniinr, In every style The Tlkrald alms to be en Independent local onrnal. but has opinions of lie own on all topics ot interest to its patrons, and will always express tbern without fear. It is not en •ontau'for any party clique, or rinjr, and its opinions, of little worth, theughthey may be, are not for sals at any price. . Tue llrkald Is thoroughly Identified wit*- the best interests of Murray liiweshtp. its towns and hamlets, and If farmers, merchants, mechanics and husbandmen. It will ever he found laboribK for tie building np «f this section of coentry and thy prosperity of it* people. orrespoudence on topics of general «r local la t err si. tree from personalities, will he'ftadlr received, tbeeditor not. however, to be held responsible lor the ideas t-xpreesed ...

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

J. R. PALMER, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. - >xn NOTARY PUBLIC. PLEASANTON, ALAMEDA CO.. (;aI«. Prompt attention given to the preDara:>„n of legal papers. HORTON & KENNEDY, Managers for the Pacific Coast for the man ufacturera of Enterprise SelfRegulatiny Perkins Patent; Enterprise Feed Mills, Pumps Cultivators, etc. etc., etc. General Oflice and supplies Livcrmore Alameda conn'.y, Cal. [j*. O B»*x 135, ~~8. D. MOKKILU House, Sign and Carriage Painter. Paper Hanging and Kulsomining. Leave Orders at N. 13. Holmes' .simp. G. BENTON JAKRETT, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OFFICE: Private Residence. c<<r. Third & X Streets LIVKUMOKE. CAL. R. W. GRAHAM, Justice of the Peace. Collections and Heal Estate Transactions Promptly Attended to. Undertaking a Specialty. I.IVKIt.MOItK, CAL CICCIDtI WETERAU'S LIVERMORE BAKERY, Livi;kmoni:, C.v. Families, Hotels and Restanrau's supplied daily with ihe best bread. Pies, ano Cakes. E...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 September 1881

There is a time when forbearance ceases to be a virtue, and that point has been reached in this town. The people of Livermore have borne the onslaughts of the criminal element which always flocks to towns where the laws are not enforced, till they are determined to bear them no longer. They are determined to rid this community of the incubus of the criminal element with which it is infested. Our people are as lawabiding as any to be found in this State, and it is only this scum which has drifted in upon us, owing to the laxity of the enforcement of our laws, which is making the greater part of our trouble. This class must be driven from us at once, by a rigid enforcement of the law; or people will themselves take the matter in hand. J. McM. Shatter has offered a rriz:> of |50 in plate to the girl making the best loaf of white and brown bread, to be exhibited at the State Fair this month. Now let our Livermore girls roll up their sleeve; and see what they can do in bread m...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 September 1881

The season for burning the stubble ami straw stacks in the grain fields is again approaching, and we tuippose, as usual, the smoke will arise from thousands of fields in all parts of the State. How much beef and mutton will thus be committed to the flames! How much fertilizing material that is absolutely necessary to future crops will there be carried away in gases and smoke and diluted into thin air. Can the farmers of California afford to continue this profligate praotu-e much longerl Our bright wheat straw, grown and cured wit-hout being bleached or weakened by heavy dews or drench ins rains, is worth more per ton than swale-grown mixed grasses of other and wetter countries: ami vet we commit millions of tons of this valuable stock food to the flames every year to get it out of the way of putting in the next crop, which for want of fertilizing properties w ill be less valuable by tour times the v*ost of taking care of the straw in other ways. Then we also commit to the flames all...

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BOARD OF SUPERVISORS [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 September 1881

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS The Board of Supervisors met in regular session Monday morning, August 29th. Present—Supervisors McClane. Martin, Myers, Clement, Hanitin, Green. President Dusterberry, and Charles T. Boardman, Clerk of the Board. Minutes of last meeting read and approved. THE HALL OF RECORDS AGAIN. Mr. Savage stated to the Board that he was a sub-con tract or for extra iron work upon the Hall of Records and he wanted his bill segregated from that of Nutting. He wanted the Committe to meet and hear an explanation of the matter. Col, Gibson said that he understood most of the work was done by Mr. Savage in the nameof Nutting & Son. Mr. Savage—Our bill is in the name of the Nettings. Mr. Stokes came to me and ordered the woric done. Mr. Hanifin—lt is the first time I knew that Stokes had anything to do with the work. Mr. Savage—Yes sir; he ordered the work done. Mr. Movers said that he objected to about §1.100 of Nutting's bill and the Grand Jury indicted him for it. H...

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Oakland Correspondence [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 September 1881

Oakland Correspondence Oakland, August 30, 1881. En. Hbbald.-— Wm. T. Reid, formerly principal of the San Francisco Jjovs' High School, and subsequently elected president of the Slate University, was inaugurated on Wednesday last, and immediately entered upon the duties of his new office. In the course of his inaugural address, he expressed himself as opposed to the teaching of Greek and Latin in the schools preparatory to the University, while the students who are considered proficient in these two ekssics, are actually deficient in the general principles of the English language. It must not be inferred from this, that he is not in favor of continuing the study of the "Dead Languages" in our University, bat it is to be inferred, that a High School graduate, who lias completed ttie course of study prescribed i:i that school, should possess, before he attempts to enter the I tiiversity, an adequate understanding of tiie English tongue. With reference to Mr. Reid's outspoken sentiment...

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Pieasantoit Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 September 1881

Pieasantoit Letter. Pleasanton, Aug. 28, '81. En. Herald:—Those who have been reading my short epistles will remember that in my last I refer red to a very important subject, one in which we are all deeply interested. While in the estimation of some, it may be thought ont of place to refer to subjects of this kind in a newspaper article, yet I cannot see anything wrong or out of taste in giving those subjects due prominence. I confess I have always been deeply interested in anything pertaining to man's future destiny. The question often forces itself upon my mind, will we live hereafter, and what will be onr future existence? When we commence reasoning on the subject we sometimes get bewildered, particularly if we allow our minds to run in a certain channel. We see our fellow men dying, wasting away. The thinking part of man we cannot see, and we are apt to conclude that it is merely the result of physical organization; that when that is destroyed the whole being is gone. This is ma...

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More Check. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 September 1881

More Check. The "manager" of the alleged Times newspaper has again hro nght a suit. This time it is against exCouncilman Babcock. The "manager" wants Babeoek to give him $250 for "1,000 copies, more or less," of his wonderfully constructed and wofully made up so called newspaper issued on the morning os the 7th of March, 1880, claiming that said copies wt re issued for the benefit of the said Babcock, inasmuch as they contained diverse and several morceaus of advise to to the people of Oakland to vote for said Babcock for Mayor of said city. (Babeock's defeat, Lke that of a certain other good man who wanted to be Mayor, was almost solely owing to the support of the "manager" and his handbill.) The funniest thing iv connection with this business is that Bibcock actually paid the "manager* 31 $300 in gi o 1 money of the realm for his support; and in this fact lies the "manager's" only justification for asking for more. But almost everything in this world has a limit, and it seems that...

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Xews and Xotes. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 September 1881

Xews and Xotes. Mexico is to have a national bank. There ia a water famine at Richmond, Va. Columbia College, of New York, has an endowment fund of $2,000---000. A castor oil factory is being erected at Downey City, Los Angeles county. Mayor Kalloch announces himeelf a candidate for Congress at the next election. A fourth*attempt has been made to wreck trains on the Wabash Railroad in Missouri. An inventory and appraisement of the late Chas. De Young's estate foots up $76,705.11. The city and county election of San Francisco takes place on Wednesday, September 7th. During the past year the Western Press Association telegraphed nearly 5,000,000 words. Ex-Senator Conkling is reported to have purchased Robinson's Island, just below Thousand Island Park. According to the Boston Post, New Hampshire is politically, one of the most corrupt States on the face of the c rth. On Monday of last week, near Camp Seco, Colusa county, a 13---year old lad committed suicide because his parents whipDe...

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San FranciMco Market. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 September 1881

San FranciMco Market. Flour—The following are jobbing rates: Best family extra, $5 50Q5 75; superfine, $4 50© 5 00; bakert' extra, 85©5 50; interior extra, §5 25(25 50; interior superfine, §4 00C4 25; Oregon extra, *4 50©5 00; Walla Walla extra, $4 75 Graham flour, $4 per bbl. Wheat—We quote No. 1 shipping, §1 70; No. 2 do, $1 62£©1 67£ per ctl. The receipts and exports from San Francisco since July Ist to date have been as Receipts, 3,512, 336 ctls; exports, 2,858,866 ctLTlie situation did not change ma. terially from that of the previous daj. The English market wis called quiet with an advance of 6d for off-coast cargoes. Exporters continued to hold aloof from the market, and on JCange there was almost no inquiry. What little business was done showed quotations to be still unchanged, although holders protested their inability of getting bids above $1.67£. At the best quotations are more or less nominal. Among holders the feeling has not changed. Choice wheat is generally firmly he...

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