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

THE IMPROVED f DANIEL BEST Seed Gleaner! , PETER MOY, AG EXT, LIVERMORE. I Guaranteed to be the beat cleaner now ottered for sale in this market. Is capable , < t'c leaning 1 030 .-aeks or grain per day. i Tie best is Ibe cheapest, and Una is the BEST! I have the machine at work in ' t' is Vallvy, where it can be seen al any time. sepUf PETER MOT. Agent. Homestead Application. Land Office at San Francisco, Cal.. August 23, 1881. Notice is hereby given that the follow, inir named settler has filed notice of his intention In make final proof in support of his cla>m, and that said proof will he made at this office, on Monday, October 10, 1881, viz: Philip Swift, Homestead Application No. 3330. for the S XL 1 ol NW % Sec. 8, Tp. I.S. R. 3 E..M. I). Al. i He nanus the following witnesses to prove i his concinuous resilience unou, ami cultivation ..f, said land, viz: John S. Armstrong, .lames Kane. James Andrews, and Benjamin Nelson, all of Byron (P. U.). Contra Cos ...

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

Alameda Go. branch. —OF THE — * Of California. 922 AND 924 BROADWAY, Union Bank IJaildiiigi Oakland, Cvi Cash Capital, $300, 000 0 0 Cash Assets, 581, 385 76 The Home Mutual is a California Company, confining its husinesS t<» the Pacitic Coast. Over 1.000 shares o the Com ;vmy's stock are belt! by proini nent residents ot Al aineda and Coutrs Cosia counties. All Premiums received through tliis Branch are Deposited aud Invested in Alameda Co. Bates as low as Sol vency and Fail Profit willadmitaf Logges liberally a»'jlisted and promptly paid at points where they occur. R. tt. WAGIL, Manager J. L. MITCH EL, Agent Livermore, Office 0. P. R. R. Depot. EI. O-WEELKR, Agent Pleasnnton, Ca! Administratrix Sale of Reil EstataNotice is llkrkby Given that in pur. suance of an or<ler of the Superior Court of the County of Sacramento, made an Hit ti'st day ot August, 1881. the undersignoi Administratrix of ihe Estate of Lamm M Ccllis. defeased, will Kelt at private Hale to i...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 September 1881

F. A. Anthony, MANUFACTURER OF Tin, Sheet Ironand Copper Ware, and dealer Ui Rar&wate "WoovSLware, li&mps and Coa\ o\\ Having enlarged and re-arranged my store and shop, I have increase!) facilities for the accommodation of all who may favcr me with their patronage. All goods warrauted as represented. aud satisfaction guaranteed in REPAIRING AND JOB WORK. Agent lor t!i3 Improved HOWE Sewing £ Machine, F. A. Anthony Corner First and Lizzie Livermore, F. Mally Dealer in Boots and shoes, hats, Caps & Gents Furnishing Goods Also a large stock of Books and Stationery, Cutlery Toys, Musleal Instruments, Pipes, Cigars, anU Tobacco. Agent ths San Francisco Chronicle, aud all Eastern and California periodicals. Agent for the Singer ><»wing Machine. DTAlenisoiM Dealers in DRY GOODS, Glorcs, Hosiery, Notions. Military Goods, Hats Men's & Boys Ready-made Clothing". Gent's Furnishing Goods, Boots and. Shoes, AGENTS FOR (TATZir...

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Local Brie Act*. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 September 1881

Local Brie Act*. The first lot of the fall wool clip was brought into town one day last week. The crop will be a good on«. The stallion race announced to take plncc at Pleasauton on Baturday. Sept. lOib, did not fill, and will not come off. Rachel A. Taylor has been appointed sdmintstratriS ot theeatateof her late husband. John Taylor, with bonds fixed at $40,000. Geaige Story is again upon oar streets, as a living monument to the fact that a man may~rcad his own ob tuary, aud get over it. John Beck had 130 acres of summerfallow grain on bis ranch, fivemiles north of town, this year, which turned out lift tons of wheat. E. W. Draper has sold hie ranch rf 100 acies on the Arroyo Mocho, to Anton John a Portuguese, who has rented the place for sevcal yeats past. Ilobert McGlashan will hold an auction sale of la; ming machinery and implements on his i audi, five miles"cast of town, ou Saturday, Sept. i~th. Two open sages passed through town on Tuesday, en route for Stockton, to carry pa...

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Poblitz Held for Harder. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 September 1881

Poblitz Held for Harder. John Pob!it Z, who killed John Taylor on tue lattjr's ranch nea- tnis place, on Sunday aitornoou, August 6di. was brought up from Oakland last Tuesday morning, by Sheriff TyreeJ. and arraigned' before Justice It. W Graham for examination an a ettarge of nuiii er. A crowd of nearly twb hundred persons awaited the arrival of ihe prisoner at the dep..i. and followed bun 'o the eouit room, wnich w-a* soon densely packed, al-mo.-t to suffocation. Poblitz was very calm and quiet, and though somewhat of a rcpui.-ive appearance, owing in part c>a sear which i u.isutagonallyacrosslits face, bears Py no means Ihe appearance ol a murderer. He listened to the proceedings in a very Unconcerned manner, and no one would have suspected, from ids manner, ihal he was in any way particularly interested in the proceedings, He was repr sented by A. A. .Moore, of Oakland, and G. W. Langan of this place, while District Attorney E. H. Gibson appeared lor the People. The ...

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All Opium l>eii Itnidcd. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 September 1881

All Opium l>eii Itnidcd. Town Marshal Hilton and 0. B. Acker made a descent, about noon, yesterday, on the Chinese opium den near the depot, w hi. ii lias so often been refern d lo iri these columns. This den i- in Ihe middle house of the three, and is a regular rendezvous for a ii .mber ol white persons, as well asChinese, Thite Chiuamci. weie arrested, in I the act tit smoking, and were, together j with a regular outfit for opium smoking. ! brought to Justice Graham's office. Hue. lhev gave their names of (.'hung Ivee. Ah | Fung, and Ah Ley, and were inch ami si cv rally eh o ged with a violation < f the | State law against i-pton) (his. They I weie arraigned before Justice Graham, District Attorney Gibson appealing for the Pioph*. while the deb use was iepreseuied by Elliot Anbury. All three plead guilty, and were fined $10 each, which, with iheir attorney's fee, counted up a total cost lo the trio of fifty dollars. Chung Ivee, the proprietor of the den, ann...

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Auutlicr Suicide- [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 September 1881

Auutlicr Suicide- Louia Dieckman. a German, committed suie'de about seven o'clock last Sunday evening by shooting himself through Ihe head, in an outh >use iv the rear of hi* saliMHi. on Fits* street, this place. Die( kman was a Mingle man. a native of Hanover, thirty-eight years of age, aud has re- ) siileu in l.ivennore ahout foil." years. He was for a Uittg Mine in the employ if Chris. Gar.lenieyer. as harkteper, being afterward* employed hy Iforitl Hupers iv tli: same capacity. Some lour mouths since, Dieckm vi, in C • npauy \. ith lienrv Lata, established himself in the saloon business i:i Geurjtt liasiim's building. He wa- subject to fits of despondency, ofle i verging almost to insanity, and it is be ieved tt it it WAS in one of these spel's that he t x»k his life He has of late shown mi ebaage of demeanor, and left no written or ol her explanai ion of his c onj duct He mtrely left Ihe saloon, without | a word an I ended Ids existence with a ' single pistol shot. A...

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Ileal rotate [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 September 1881

Ileal rotate Chas. Rntchke to A. Chabot, 13.31 ncres, Murray Tp; $5. J. W. Kottinger and wife to Joseph Deraadinger. I>i la Piessßaioa; *450. PsSBC t" same, mnk; *10. Geo. Sun V to C'h ir!e> 3I<T, mirhlin, W %ofN 4 V 4' Sec S. Tp ">. SUI X ; |5. J H 13.•Mini el al la Frntk Silva.2JB4 acre>, portion plot 49. Ei Valle Ue S<tu Jose Kim-iio, Murray Tp; *385. D. C Hi ne ami wt% :l« E. [* Allen, W t*' of j*c 16. T,. 3.6 113 S; $3,000.

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BOBX. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 September 1881

BOBX. WORTH -[a Livtrm >re. Au 3 . 2Jih, to tbe wife of J. M. Worth, a son,

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County News. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 September 1881

County News. Hay wards. From the Journal. The C. P. R. R. Co. is building a spacious passenger and freight, depot at Hay. wards. A recent letter from 11. W. Rice reports thai gentleman as tiijO" ing life knocking about Portland. Boston aud other Etstcr.i cities. Plu-lpV stage line from Danville to this point has proved to lie a success, anil is well p.itmiiiZ'-d by the public. I: is really a great acc.omnidation to the people living between Danville and Hay wards, aud therelore deserves support. The saloon and boarding house adjoining the Medical Hall, on Castro siieel, th>tt has flourished for a couple of years undet Ihe owaerahip of Carl Rasinusseii, changed lianus this week, Air. Itasmuseea selling out ihe property, contents and good wiii to Chris. Peterson uud George SkoeDtuod. Last week C. M. Dougherty, a wealihy landed proprietor of Dublin, soid some L 2 500 sacks of wheat of last year's crop diat have been stored at Roberts' Landing. Ai Ihe ruling pi ice the gtain ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 September 1881

LOt AL XOTICKS. Fred Maliy has just received a large stock i f choice new patterns wall paper, which he offers for sale cheap. * New supply Garland stoves and langcs at Anthony's. * Tinware, crockery, s'oves, 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. uor ton & Kennedy's Enterprise Windmills are too well known iv his vicinity to need special mention. The fact that no other mill can be sold here is proof positive of its excellence. * Call and buy Mack's Silk Fool Protectors Prevents rheumatism, sweating of the feet, corns, bunions, and chilblains, Etc.. E'.c. 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 busiuess. ('all and examine. * Messrs. Horton & Kennedy's Enterprise Perkius' Patent Windmill is too well known in this vicinity to neci...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 September 1881

Houses kou Sale.—Two houses and three lots on Second, anl house and one lot on Third street, for sale cheap. Apply ct once to S. Levt. aug2o-2m Large new stock of Boots and shoes at Mally's. * For Sale on Kasy Terms. A San Jose (Felton) Horse Power. Good S"i)arator. all nearly new. One San Jose (Feilnn) Power, good as new, with a lot of extras for the same. One small Horse Power, a gem to run a small Separator. Apply at J. Avi. vvrd's Machine Shop. Livermore, Alameda Co.. Cal. aug4-4t Lindy's Locals A sight of Lindy's big red wagon is better tban soothing syruo for the babies. * The star spangled banner floats over the Great Fi\ing Market. * Lindy's fruit never produces colic. * The seventh snn of a seventh son is again ou the war-path. * Wanted! From 100 to 401 acres of first clrss land. Price mast be reasonable or no notice will be given. Address immediately in writing, J. T. Thompson. 519 Kearny st., San Francisc >. stating title, terms, location, and all ptrticulats. ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 September 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 aud buildiug material. o RAILROAD AVENUE, BETWEEN M AND N STREETS, LIVERMORE, CLA-L. Apr 9 3m J. A. BILZ'S Carriage Manufactory, Machine § Blacksmith Shop, PLEASAN TO , CAL. TO THE FARMERS -»° PUBLIC GENERALLY: —I HAVE ON' HAM) A LARGE STOCK OF— Iron Axle Header Wagons, Krora '" ci Family Spring Wagons, open and icitJi top, Family Carriages. Open an d Top Buggies, Skeleton s, Sulkies and Breaking Carts, AH this work is oljmyowu manufacture; isguarameed first-class in every particular. 0 «' £ c ± 2 2 ell 2, ||||| j t=£j a "s*B is attention paid to HORSE SHOEING. C *RRIAGE PAINT ING «fc CARKIAGE TRIMMING Buy niv work and I will guarantee satisfaction. Anspacher Bros , and Comtvys, Block & Co, are Agents lor my Wagons at Livermore. jflß*. J^_^ w mW£ Fountain Saloon, CORNER X AND FIRST STS. LIVERMORE. Choice Wines, Liquors and ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 September 1881

LI VER. MO HE HUE WER V FIRST BTMJCIT, I.IVF.KMOUK, CAL. Best of Beer constantly ou hand. Supplied by the keg at reasonable rates. W .Jordan, Proprietor Theo.^G^ Harness, Saddles, Bridles. Collars, Whips, Etc., Etc. Good stock of Driving and working Gloves constantly on hand. Manufac turer of Gorner's Caoutchouc Oil liar ucB9 Blacking. First ft., Livermore NEW Commission House J. H. COXGDOX it CO.. No. 0 Stenart Street, ». F. To our friends and tlie wool-growers aud tanners generally : Having established ourselves iv % gcLeiul comluisiou business of the sale ot Wool, Grain, Brans, live stock. Hides. Pelts, Tallow, Altai* .Seed, etc. A strict attention to the business 1 , as well as a careful study of the interests of tho wool-growers and farmers, during our experieuce of 12 year* with the wellknown house ot Mi'ler & Co.. enables us to auticiputo the wants ot the consignees. We shall do a Commission Business EXCLUSIVELY, giving personal attoutiuu to ail c >uaig...

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Mchlaf Kin Jlem iloi x. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 September 1881

Mchlaf Kin Jlem iloi x. Bleep on my heart in peace! mantle o'er thee bentta, Upon the flowers eves' The fresh'ning new 'lescends. Bleep nn mv heart in peace, All life below doth sleep, The moon iv splendor cn'.m God's sentry watch doth keep. Sleep on mv heart in peace' No dread" of sorrow near, Al! aching hearts at restNo toil or grid to (fear. Sleep on mv heart in peace! All evil visions flown; Strong in all faith's power, And fair hope thine own. And when thou leaves! earth, Like morning's gtonoes dawn 9hiil be mv second birth. —From the German of Rukarr. The small boy of jester mom Was strong and stout of limb; Danger he laughed to scorn— To-day what aiieth him? A crutch doth him support; One arm is in a sling; His head is bandage!] lauf; lie may not play or siug. His face is scorched and black, He Mil hut half a nose; One ear hath jumped the track, Doth eyes are on the close. Filled to thf 1 vi i v crown Is suffering's hitler cup; I' hints him to sit down, It hurts him to stand ...

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About Editors and Reportors [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 September 1881

About Editors and Reportors A few days ago I promised to tell you something more about reDorters. You have learned already what easy times they have; but often those who have the best chances in this world do not seem to appreciate the tact, and sometimes a reporter gets this way and thinks his salary ought to be raised. So he speaks to the editor about it. Editors are very liberal men. Many of them do not think any more of a dollar than some men do of their lives, but they know th it if the reporters were paid too much they would save their money and buy the paper, and then the editors would have to be like the Chinese—they would have to go. So in self-protection they are obliged to keep the salaries of the reporters at $5,000 or $6,000 a year. They hate to do this, but self-pre-servation is the first law of editors as well as of nature. Ma&y editors preserve themselves so well that the reporters never buy them out. Bui editors are kind hearted. Mr. Dana, of the New Yor...

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The Cat. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 September 1881

The Cat. AX 8 A. BY THE HEKAJLU'S FUNNY MAN. The season having arrived when that rare aud valuable bird, known as the cat, delighteth to swarm upon the kitchen roof, in the small, unseemly hours of the night, and, in the language of the poet, "sadly complain to the moon.'" I have no doubt but a few facts in its natural history would be welcomed. Tho cat (felis goodfornothingis) is of three different species, classed as follows—good, bad, and, indiferent, the second and last varieties being largely in the majority. It is a native of the world, and hayI ing the bump of inhabitiveness large, ha-o stayed pretty much in the place of its nativity. It is found largely in the United States, the government of this country being peculiarly adapted to its con18titution and social ideas. In size and color it slightly resembles a— a—well—a cat; and everybody knows how that looks. In tastes, the eat is peculiar. Its particular delights are to eat, and lie under the stove, and loaf. In I both thes...

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The .Dynamite Piano. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 September 1881

The .Dynamite Piano. Several musical compositors have turned their attention to Eastern tragadies. The musical J/erald gives a short musical story in ridicule of the now style. After representing rival Lovers in the usual way, the story concludes: K Ha I interrupted the tenor, ] "he always plays the same thing land always without notes. I doubt he can [day anything at sight/ | 1 can play any composition at I sight; even with one eye closed," j responded the proud pianist. "It is well," sneered the tenor. "I have here with me a new composition ol my own, a Nihilistic { symphony in several movements. You will observe it begins pppp ' ane continues very softly until this chord (a diminished seventeenth), which is to be struck fffff. Do j yon think you can give the sudden jclimaxr "1 have force enough for two j more I's if you wish them.'' calmly replied the pianist, as he sat down \ befi're the instrument. He began , very softly, go softly one might ! have heard a pin drop. Minka ; sat...

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