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Local Briefly h. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 September 1881

Local Brieflets. The demand for lumber is Increasing. Attendance at church is increasing ot late. The people of Haywards are enforcing the Sunday law. Business in the Justice's Court has been lively during the last week. Wheat is pouring in rapidly, and the warehouses are being filled to overflowing. Tho Good Templars have determined to change their night of meeting from Friday evening to Monday evening. Philip Waltenbaugh will dispose of his farming machinery, implements and stock at pubhc auction on Saturday, October 15th. Anna Laumeister and De!finia Bernal have returned from a three weeks visit among friends and relatives ia San Francisco. Our first installment of north winds for the season made its appearance on Monday, with the usual unpleasant accompaniments. A public reception will be given to Rev. Mr and Mrs. P F. Phelps, at the Presbyterian Church, on Tuesday eveain g next. (Sept. 13). All are invited. Francis W. Ogden has purchased of W. M Mendenball lots 5 and 8, of bloc...

Publication Title: Livermore Herald
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A Chapter of Accidents [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 September 1881

A Chapter of Accidents The last few weeks seem to have been prolific of accidents. The present week has not been deficient in painful injuries. Mr,. Thomas Haves of this place, met with a severe accident, on Tuesday last. He was engaged with Cull's threshing machine, on Armstrong's place, and while engaged in soaping a belt, had his arm caught in the belt and drawn under the wheel. The arm was broken in two places below the elbow, and the flesh bad ly torn. The palm of the hand was also badly cut and lacerated. Dr. Taylor was promptly summoned, and the wound was dressed and properly attended to. Mr. Hayes was then brought home, and is now doing very well. On the same day, Peter Rasmusson, a Dane, who lives out on the Dublin road, had his leg broken by a fall from a wagon He had on a load of hay, and while making a short turn on a down grade several bales fell off, carrying him with them, and breaking his leg in the fall. The limb was set by Dr. Taylor, and although painful, is doing...

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Pleasanton Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 September 1881

Pleasanton Letter. Pleasaston. Sept 8, 1881. The health ot our town it> good tor this time of the year. A. temperance revival haß broke loose in our neighborhood, Grain shipments have been pretty brisk for the past two weeks. Misses Mollie ami Katie Black are rusticating in the neighborhood of Santa Cruz. The Ditch Company have fifty Chinamen at work on the ditch in the "bolsa" west i town. HaY is looming up pretty lively; at pre?, ent the Railroad Company is unable to lurnbh morelhan half the cars demanded. We are having a little hot weather again for a change. Thi9 Rtate of things will holdout until the appearance of another comet. Mrs. Dr. Bass. ?disa Lou Vandervoort, ami Miss Mamie Bass have just left for Monterey, where they will 9pend a few days. < M. Dougherty and party have just arrived from a two weeks' hunt in the mountains southeast of this place. They report riving had an excellent time, and game in abundance. The picnic held at Pleasanton Grove on ...

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For Sale on Fa*y Terms. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 September 1881

For Sale on Fa*y Terms. A San Jose (Fe!ton) Horse Power. Good Separator, all nearly new. One San Joe© fTdton) Bower, good as new, with a lot of *Itraa for the aame. One small Hors*« Power, a gem to run a small Separator. Apply at J. Atlwvrd s Machine Sfrnp. Livermore, Alameda Co , Cal. aug4-4t To Rkst—Land to rent on shares, in largepr small tract*. Bakkr A Whidofx. I PlA»aaSTo3i, Aug. 18,1S81. a25-4t

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Li verm ore Public Libraiy. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 September 1881

Li verm ore Public Libraiy. At an adjourned business meeting of the Livermore Public Library Association, held last eveniug, the following resolution was offered, action upon which will be taken at the next regular monthly business meeting, to he held on the evening of the first Tuesday of October: Resolved, That Article VI of this Cons stittition be and is hereoy amended to read as follows j Any person can become a life member of the Livermore Public Library Association by signing the Constitution and by-laws, aud p«ying to the »ecratary the sum of three dollars. Persons who became memhers previous to January Ist, 1881, and have paid dues to that date, and all mem hers who shall pay said back dues to said date, or tbe sum of three dollars, on or be* fore the first Tuesday of November, 1881. are hereby declared life members. Persons becoming life members, are entitled to certificate of life membership, which shall entitle said member and family to ft'l thr privileges of said Associa...

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Town Trustees. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 September 1881

Town Trustees. Livermore, Sept. 5, 1881. Regular meeting. Board called order at 8:25 p. m. President C. J. Stevens in tbe chair. Roll called aud full board present. Minutes of the previous meeting read and approved. Lawrence McCabe tendered his resignation as night watchman, which was accepted, and Stephen L. Sage elected lo fill the vacancy. BILLS ALLOWED. C. J. Stevens $22 30 L McCabe, salary 58 30 R. W. Graham, Justice Fees 12 00 F. A. Anthony, salary 10 00 L. Hilton,salary, meals,etc 69 00 Total .....sl7l CO Justice Graham reported two cases brought before him during the month, one on the 10th and the other 30lh. The Marshal's bill ot $35 was allowed and ordered paid. The Town Clerk was instructed to issue a call for an election of officers of the Livermore Fire Department, on Monday, the 12th inst. On motion of Mr. Mendenhall the Clerk was instructed to draft an Ordinance setting the time for the Board ol Trustees to sit as a Board of Equalization from 1 to 5 p. m. on the 19th ...

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County News. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 September 1881

County News. Oakland. Chas. T. Boardman, Clerk of the Board of supervisors, has received a communication Mom the State Board of Equalization, slating that it is the intention of that body to raise the entire assessment of Alameda County, The judge has concluded that Gilfeather must he caught before be can be tried. His trial for grand larceny, set for one day last week, in the the superior Court, has been indefinitely postponed. Sheriff Tyrrcd has increased the reward for the eturn of Gilfeather—Vidette. Centreville The coming sensation of Centreville, is a vsit from the celebrated young singer, Miss Ivy Wandsfortij the companion of four trips of Madame Camilla Urso, and sharer in that distinguished triumphs. The appearance on the Centreville boards of a lady who na9 charmed the most critical audiences ot the East, supported by a pianist no less celebrated than Minguel Espinosa, by Fabriquc as violinist, and by her promising pupil, Miss Lizzie Gill whose voice Ceaireville lu:s alrea...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 September 1881

LOCAL NOTICES. Fresh Oysters.—Fresh oysters every Saturday and Sunday, by Henry Lutz, st the Eintract saloon. Prepared on the half shell, by George Bastian. Call and try them. * Fred Mally has just received a large stock of choice new patterns wail paper, which he offers for sale cheap. * Tinware, crockery, stoves, ranges, hard ware, and tinkering'at Anthony's. * Mack's Children's Bhoes. * Mack's goods all warranted. * Mack's fine Philadelphia Shoes. * Large new stock of Boots and shoes at Mally's. * The merits of Messrs. Horton dr Kennedy's Enterprise Windmills are too weil known in '.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, aweating of the feet, corns, buniora, and chilblains, Etc., Etc. Price 25 cents. * Marshal Mack keeps the only exclusive boot and shoe store iv Livermore. * Anthony has added a glass and crockeryware department to his bu...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 September 1881

Land to Rent—l6o acres, house, barn and chicken house for three buudred dollars, cash rent. Railroad land adjoining ran be rented. Apply to M. Jesson, on premises, Dry Creek, or Henry Lutz, Livermore. sepß-3t Ranch foe Sale —A piece of lsnd near the Summit House, 80 acre«, school house adjoining the land, good dwelling house, two chicken houses, horse stable, good well and a number of gum trees. I will sell the land at ten dollars per acre, and make arrangements with the purchaser for the improvements thereon. aeptß-3m J. R. LATDEN. Wanted! From 100 to 400 acres of flrst-clrss land. Price must be reasonable or no notice wiil be given. Address immeuistely in writing, J. T. Thompson, 519 Kearny St., San Francisco, stating title, terms, location, and all particular. Ordinance No. 50. An Ordinance Regulating the Equalization of Taxes of the Town of Livermore for the year 1881. The Board of Trustees of the Town of Livermore do Ordain aa follows: Section 1. The Board of Trustees of the To...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 September 1881

Mendocino Lumber Yard. o Anspacher Bros., Agents. ■ ' o A complete stock of first quality lumber will always be kept on sand together with doors, windows aud building material. ■ 0 RAILROAD AVENUE, BETWEEN M AND N STREETS, LIYEEMORE, CAL. Apr 9 8m J. A. BILZ'S Carriage Manufactory. Machine! Blacksmith Shop, TO THE FARMERS and"PUBLIC GENERALLY, —I HAVE ON HAND A LARGE STOCK OF— Iron Axle Header Wagons, rrom 'Jfi* "* Family Spring Wagons, open and with top, Family Carriages, Open and Top Baggies, Skeletons, Sulkies and Breaking Carts, All this work isofjmyown manufacture; is guaranteed first-class in every particular. * Vf gSwSS B"§S§S£*o ■*■ O ** 5 § s*** ®s '* Jim-? BaSstSS 0..a k attention paid to HORSE SHOEING, CARRIAGE PAINT ING & CARKIAGE TRIMMING Buy my work and I will guarantee satisfaction. Anspacher Bros., and Comegys, Block & Co., are Agents for my Wagons at Livermore. 3bHK^BI"JBL*SBBS Fountain Saloon, CORNER X AND FIRST STS. LIVERMORE. Choice Wines,...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 September 1881

LIVERMORE BRE WERI FIRST STKKBT, LIVERMORE, CAL. Best of Beer constantly on hand. Supplied by the keg at reasonable rates. W .Jordan. Proprietor Theo. Gorner, •-saa aTC uL Harness, Saddles, Bridles. Collars, Whins, Etc., Etc. Good stock of Driving; and working Gloves constantly on hand. Manufac turer of Gorner's Caoutchouc Oil Har uess Blacking. First St., Livermore NEW WOOL AND GRAIN Commission House J. H. COXGDOX k CO.. \Wm. * Stewart Street, S. F. To our frieudt and tbe wool-growers aud farmers generally: Having established ourselves iv a general comtnisiou business of the sale of Wool, j Grain, Brans, live stock. Hides. Pelts, j Tallow, Alfafa Seed, etc. A strict attention to the buaiuess, as well as a careful study of the interests of the wool-growers and farmers, during our experience of IS years with tbe wellknown house of Miller & Co.. enables us to anticipate the wants of the consignees. We shall do a Commission Business EXCLUSIVELY, giving personal atteutiontoa...

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«o<r« Poet [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 September 1881

«o&amp;lt;r« Poet ATI through tbe suttn 'u,u;s d June, Fr-&amp;gt;ni inn. eiag o iihe* to golden noon. And Ml the «tMr of erenirn; climb*, Tin g' y-l vi cast, r. w. rid tt i t&amp;lt; &amp;lt;r, lucre siaftl ■ tbrusli :iraid the limes. God's p&amp;lt;vt. hid iii foiiv'se green, Bin*;* endless son£s. himself unseen ; Itiglit seldom come his silent times. Linger, ye summer hours *erene! Sing on,deal thrush. amid the limes! * * e~- • * May I not dream God sends thee there, Tb«m eseJl »w angel of rheair, X'en N» rebuke my enrthlier rhymes With mu«i«'» soul, all praise smi prayer* Is that thy lesson, in ihe limes? Ch s r to G.xl ait thou than I; Ilia minstrel thou. irEoae brown wiogsSv 'I hrough silent fibers sun"i«T chines, Al&amp;gt; never may i!p; music die! Sing on, dear thrus'i. :imid the limes? — .Mortimer Collins.

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Darnel Boone'a Snake [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 September 1881

Darnel Boone'a Snake A writer in a western paper tells how he was bjbtatjiur with t*\\npowder some large aiid tough logs. From one of the logs thus split open crawled an enormous serpent, which was easily killed. Tlie man who tells the story continues from this point as follows: "On stretching it out I found it to be tr.irrytwo feet two inches in length, and the thickest part of its body measured twenty-nine inches in circumference. It was a different species of serpent from any I had ever seen lief ore. Its tail was armed with a sharji-pointed and curved horn: its laxly w;i&amp;lt; variegated with alternate brown and dirty yellow stripes, and on close examination I discovered that it had been totally blind, its eves seeming to have turned into a reflectionless, hard, bone like substance. This explained ifs tin iecided, hesitating movements when it lirst came from the A strange crease appeared about the neck, just back of the head, which I found to i&amp;gt;e caused by a sto...

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Sirs. HajeV Album [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 September 1881

Sirs. HajeV Album A letter from Chicago says; The anthograph testimonial album to Mrs. Rutherford B. Hayes by the women of Illinois has been finished. T!» work consists of six large volumes, of 050 pages each, elegantly bound in Turkey niorroco. All throngh t!ie book are scattered India ink drawings. The inscription reads, "From the ladies of Illinois, who haw admired the courage of \ Mrs. Hayes as displayed in the ndmnstration of tbe hospitalities of I the exeetive mansion. God grant j that the influence of this signal and benign example may be felt more and more as age follows age iv the life of the great Republic." The dedicatory poem i% by Mr. Benjamin, of Chicago. It is entitled, "Greetings from Gocl'i Own Clear- ; ing, Illinois." The first signature is that of Mrs. James K. Polk, of j Nashvelle, Term.: the second is R. jB. Hayes. Among the authoj graphs of volume one, are those of I the members of the late "Haves j Cabinet. ' Chief-Jostice Waite | and the justices of the Supre...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 September 1881

SAMUEL LETT?, General Hercbantlise A Fine Assortment of FANCY GOODS! Call and see me. Great Reduction in Prices. SUgll-tt T .oneh Shavkrn in I very Joint An ' Blwr with fever and ague, or t ill ions r« miite it, the s\ stem may yet le freed f'tom me rualitrn»nt vims with Hosteller's Stonwh Bitter*. Protect the system a sinst it with this benefirtent ant'ispasm &amp;lt;Oic. which is !uith*rmore a supreme r mt-dy for liver conip'sint, constipaiion tl}&amp;gt;p+p*ia, dehilitv. tbunstism. kiduev trouolea. and other ai uient*. For sale hy ail Drugget* and Dealers generally. a way* Carea and a* yer ZHaappeta«e The vorli'i creet Paim-Relserer fsr Mas aad Beast. Cktap, enick svai reOaaie. Mai i rrrciiEn*3 castobta unot Narcotio. Childrca grow fat upon, Mothers like, r.nd Phjsi- j cians recommend CASTORIA. It regulates the Bowels, cures Wind Colic, allays Fe verishncaa, and destroys "Worms. vra nz kxtxk ? catarrh ' ftw. » &amp;amp;m**m*sm al ■ **..*■»■ fer j ibis terrible me? c4 ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 September 1881

;Tbe Old Reliable MY£BWOB£ ; DRUGSTORE f Has removed from its old stand, Mill Square, to - Beautiful New Quarters, l Corner First and X Streets, ' Where the Doctor will always be found on i baud, ready tor business. . Jl-14-tf DR L HEZ CUTLER. i H. P. JACCARD, DEALER tm B \ Jew3b7,Wat:h9s,Clocks f £ Silvenvare, Stationery. g J. Holland»j Gold Pens and Pencils, Etc., Etc., Etc. - Repairing done, and Warranted, t 1 Railroad Avenue, next to Brick t Block. 7 11 ' ■ .. i — 1 Pre - E nipt ion Declaratory 1 statement* 1 Land Office at 6au Francisco. Cal.. Augmt 3. 1881. Notice is heteiiy giren that the follow. 1 int; named M-ttler has fi'ed notice of his 1 intention to make final proof in support of li** claim, and that said proof will be trade s at this office, &amp;lt;»n Monday, September 12. 1881. viz: .Manuel Barelas, Homestead Application. No. 4.007, for the S % ot NE I A S % of NW %. Sec. 10. 1 4. S R. 3 L— M DM. He names the following wit. 1 nesst-s to pio\e his continuous resid...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 September 1881

THE IMPROVED Daniel Rest SEED CLEANER! The Best Machine in the Market. Capable or 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. THE IMPROVED BEST Seed Cleaner! PETER MOT, AGENT, LIVERMORE. Guaranteed to be tbe best cleaner nowottered for salr in this market. Is capable &amp;lt;f cleaning 1 000 cacks of grain per day. Tl'e beat is tbe cheapest, and this is the KEST! I have the machine at work in ti ia ValK-y, where it can be seen at any s»p!4f PETER MOT. Agent. Eugene L. Fisher, Haywards, Alameda Co., Cal., Housemover and Euider, STONE AND BRICK MASON, Monuments and Grave luclosures Griudstones Furnished to Order. Mechanical and respective, and Patent Office Drawings. je9 M PATIRCK FLANAGAN, Practical Blacksmith, Wheelright and Iron Worker. Horse Shoeing a Specialty. Uf Work always dene when Promised A fair share of public patronage solicited. Shop Main St., near Post Office, Liver...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 September 1881

Alameda Co. branch. —or THE— Of California. 922 AND 924 BROADWAY, Union Bank Buildiug&amp;gt; Oak laud. Cat Cask Capital, $300, 000 0 0 Cash Assets, 581,385 76 The Home Mutual is a Cal itornia Company, confining its business to tke Pacific Coast. Over 1.000 shares ef the Com piny'a stock are held hy prominent residents ot Al- '&amp;amp; smeda and Contra Cos .a counties. All Premiums received through this Brsnch sre LVpoaitedand Invested in Alameda Co. Kates as low as Solvency and Fair Profit will admit ef Losses liberally adjusted and promptly paid at point* where they occur. R. 11. MA GIL, Manager J. L. MITCHEL, Agent Livermore, Office C. P. R. R. Depot, 11. O.WELLEU. Agent Pleasanton, Cal Adminstratrix Sale of Real EstateNotice is llkrkby Gives that in pur.' suanc.e of an order of the Superior Court I of tbe County of Sacramento, made en the first day o! August, 1881. the undersigned ! Administratrix of the Estate of AaaoH M 1 Tui.Li*. deceased, will fell at private sal*-,...

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