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Local KlriefletH. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 September 1881

Local KlriefletH. Tbrrg] ug is nearly finished. Hottest week of the seassn. Thermometer just bubbling. Pil : street should now be numbered. A lam Lauraeister, cf this place, Lb ill in San Francisco. N. Q. Patterson and family arc back from six weeks of camp life at CampCapitola, near Santa Cruz. Thomas Twohy is building a barn, o!) his ranch near Patterson Pass, six mile* east of this place. George Trube is laying tlie brick foundation for bia large new fain-house on his raw ii four miles south of this place. \V. S. Smith was thrown from a buggy, Sunday afternoon, aad severely bruised, but fortunately uolseriituly injured. Prof. II B Norton will deliver the «cc* ond lecture of h is scientific course at Livi more College on Friday eyeuiug, Sept. F .1 Clark, formerly' of thi* place, has b en elected Superintendent of the Ha n - ford and AuLioch dingle Track Railroad The Barron brothers have purchased of Joae A urrccochca seventy acres of Sand adjoining their ranch, near the Towusend s...

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Dentil of Michael Mai ray. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 September 1881

Dentil of Michael Mai ray. Michael Murray, one e»f ihe pioneers of I this County, anel in whose honor tliis Township was named, died in Francisco on sunday last, svpi 11., of bronchitas, and was burie d at Dublin, ou Tuesday, the 18th. A large com-ourse of people from ail parts of the ( "iinty and from FranciscoattenOed the funeral. Murray was one of a party of Argonauts that tell St. Louis, M >~ and crossed th • plains hi 184K Jeremiah Fallon, L t -„ Iforris, and Joel Harlan, were of the parly. Murray anel Fallon at first settled at theMission Ban Jose. J. A. Neal, another old timer, met Murray iv San Francisco in When the gold fever broke out, Murray w*nl to the mines, and got a good j paying claim in the diy diggings at Hang j town. Murray subsequently returned to this County,: nd in lboU, Murray and Fallon bought 400 acres each e>f Jose M Amador. Joed Harlan and Leo Norris had in the meanwhile bough l several hundred at res each on the northern Mdc of the A...

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The Sunol Ilarhrcne. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 September 1881

The Sunol Ilarhrcne. The barbecue given on the Alameda cn-ck, three milts above Sunol, last Sunday,was a perfect success, fully two bund red persons being present. Livermore. Mission San Jose, NiloS, Milpitas, and Pleasanton, as well as feVunol, Sent delegations, combining to nuke a very merry assembly. A shady mpot e>n the creek bank was chosen, long tablet spread, tor the re. ceptton Of eataUes, and every pos-'bl • means taken to Secure theifieatcst amount of comfort and enjoyment to the guests The savery smell of the roasting meat.-, the pleasing sight of the heavily laden and tastily spread tables, groaning beneaih theii load of delicious eatables, the click of the gla->cs of light liquid refr. BbmStttS, dispensed free to all, the bright, happ/ lace-, ami merry, sparkling eyes of the guests, the fresh, green foliage overhead, and ihe sweet, liquid strait.s of music discoursed by a band hidden fre>m sight behind a clump of sycamores, lent to tlie ...

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The Xarrow Gauge. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 September 1881

The Narrow Gauge. The Contract Let, Ground Broken, and Work Begun. The California and Nevada Railroad Company, regarding the operations of which the press of Oakland and San Francisco has preserved such ominous silence, has been at work for six months in a quiet, straight forward manner, and now, completed its survey, has begun the construction of its road. The contractors for the first one hundred miles of the road are Jackson R Myers, the well known railroad contractor, and Lyman J Mowry. Three steel rails are to be laid the entire length of the road, which can be used for either wide or narrow gauge cars. Mr T W Mead, of Oakland, will superintend the construction of the road. A force of forty men were put to work near the junction of Adeline street and San Pablo avenue on Monday last,surveyors are busy setting their stakes, laborers, horses, and carts are being added daily in considerable numbers, and everything looks like business . Ground was formally broken yesterday, al Emory...

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San Joaquin Etailroad. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 September 1881

San Joaquin Etailroad. The Alameda ami San Joaquin Railroad Company incorporate! yesterday for thepurpose of constructing a railroad for the transportation ol passengers and freight from Sin Francisco to Bakersfleld by the- most practicable route through Alameda. Contra Costa, San Joaquin, St inislaws. Merced, Fresno, Tulare, and Kern counties. The: capital stock is g 10,000.---000, divided 100,000 share-sat Sloo each. The Directors are George C Prentice, Aysrough Groves. James L McCar'y, Charbs [verson and William T Fitzgerald. The estimated length e>f the road is 300 mdes. A company incorporated for tbe same purpose last week under the name of the "San Jraquin Valley Railroad," with a different Board ot Directors.—S. F. Chronicle.

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County News. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 September 1881

County News. ttuuol. A social party will be given at New York Hail next Saturday evening. Hay wards. Three Ho wards merchants have recent ly been arrested tor transacting uu.si ne.-s on Sunday. Oakland. The Rrodt investigation has closed, so tar an testimony ia concerned. On next Monday evening the Hoard ot Education will bear arguments ol counsel. A committee Horn the Supervisors, and a large number of Oak landers and prominent Alameda county capitalists, were at Sacrain. nto Saturday before the State Hoard of Equalization, in reference to assess. uieui» in tbiacounty. Berkeley. A rani: of laborers began breaking ground at the corner of Adeliae attest and san Pablo avenue, tor the California and Nevada Narrow Grange Railroad, last Monday tnoru'tig, We understand that the work will he poshed rapidly rorwaid Centreville. A bfrn at this place, belonging to Simpson, was destroyed by fire on Friday h.st. it was insured in the Home Mutual lusurance Company for $150. Contrtt Unfits Xows. ...

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M V RRIED. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 September 1881

M V RRIED. WILLIAJIS-HILTON- A' the re.-M.-ccc of OS. Graat, Wtmt Berkeley, hv Rev. G. I) Piuoeo, William Henry Williaraa, of I.ivt-nnote, to Mrs. Iksjii Hilton, of Oakland.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 September 1881

Real Estate. Matthew Nunan to Frank Nunan, SE 14 sec 8, Tp 2, S R 3 E. Murray Tp ; gift. C P R RCo to Chas McLauirhlia, NW hi sec 20, Tp 3 S R 3 E, Murray Tp; 1. T F Bachelder et al to Mark Ager. 2 lots in BW ' 4 sec 8, Tp 4, SR 1 E, Murray Tp; 600 T J Reilly to C F Bums. 40 acres, portion Rant ho El Valle de s au Jo 3 e Murray Tp; 2,000. A J McLeod and wf to J Callaghan Parcel lots 1 ami 2 blk 4 McLeotl tract Livermore Murray Tp: 150, C M McLaughlin to J Rvan, nw i< of sec 29, Tp 3, s 'r 3 c, Murray Tp; 1.280. Wanted! From 100 to 400 acres of first chss land. Price must he reasonable or no notice wiil be given. Address immediately ill writing, .1: T. Thompson. siy Kearny st.. Ban Francisco, slating title, terms, locuti"u, and all pert leftists, JLOC'AI, NOTICES. Dr. Rollister, of Oakland, commences a course of highly instructive lectures, at the Presbyterian church, on Saturday, I 17th inst," upon 'The Pfogress of the 1 Rat c," illustrating by chartsan 1 cnerainal experi...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 September 1881

Real Estate Agency. The undersigned hereby offers for sale the following described valuable properties: All the unsold bu'lding lots in the Mc Leod Addition to the Town of Livermore. All the unsold building lots *n the Paci fie Mutual Life Ins. Co'a addition to tbe Towa of Livermore. H. R Huie's ranch of 160 acres, three miles northeast of Livermore. Price, 14000. A bargain. P. C. Walteabaugh's ranch of 320 acres, near Livermore, eitber as a whole, or one 80-acre piece. Price of whole, $30 per acre; Price of so acre piece, $1,000. The entire ranch is fenced, aud has good build itgs. S. Wetteraa'S bakery property. Main street, but a few doors from post oflice, Livermore. It is the only bakery m a town of 1,000 inhabitants, and does a good business. Has a saloon connected. Bui'dings eohvst of bl keiy and saloon building small dwelling, and stable. Excellent well Ol water. Large lot. A bargain. Cottage J well ing and lot, wiihin one minute walk to post office. One of the prettiest plac...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 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 door 3, windows and building material. 0 RAILROAD AVENUE, BETWEEN M AND N STREETS, LIVERMORB, CAL. Apr 9 3m J. A. BILZ'S Carriage Manufactory, Machine t Blacksmith Shop, PLEASAM TD , CAL. TO THE FARMERS GENERALLY, — I HAVE ON HAND A LARGE STOCK OF— Iron Axle Header Wagons, Froml^i 2 * iu * Family Spring Wagons, open and with top, Family Carriages, Open and Top Baggies, Skeletons, Sulkies and Breaking Carls, All this work is of my own manufacture; isgu iranteed first class In every particular. Particular attention paid (a HORSE SHOEING, CARRIAGE PAINT ING oc CAHKIAGE TKIMnING Bu) u»j swkaudl will guarantee satisfaction, Aoapavber BrWa, and CorOejya, Block Ot Uo, arc Agents lor my Wagons at Livermore. apr-U 1£ Q E.^o ! Fountain Saloon, CORNER Iv AND FIRST STS. LIVERMORE. Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Pioneer Beer Cellar Saloon. Fine Eating Stand an...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 September 1881

LI I ERMORE BREh ERY t" l it» 1 s/lKtKi. LIVitiCMOKK, CAL. Best of Beer constantly on hand, Supplied by. the keg at reasonable rates. W .Jordan, Proprietor Theo. Gorner, Harness, Saddles, Bridles. Collars, Whips, Etc., Etc, Hnnd stock of Driving nnd work in 1 Gloves constantly ou hand. Mamifi.c ttirei of Corner'sCaoutchoucOil liar ness Blacking. First Pt„ Livermore HEW WOOL ARB CRAIN Commission House J. H. COXGDON & CO \o. <> St ennit .Street, S. P. To our friends and the wool-growers and banners getterstlly; Hnvtojf es-tnbii.-lH d ourselves ill i ottiCinl cnliluiiaiou bustuees of the sale <d Wotl, Uraiu, limns, lire Mock. Hides. Petto, 1 allow, Allam Sued, etc. A Strict at lem ion to tbe business, as well as a careful study of the intetcstH oi I Let uo d-growers ami latiuers, during OUT experience ol 12 years with the Weilkno,\u bouse ot Mi ler & Co.. ei«ab cs Ua to anticipate the waul a oi the eon»igu«es. We shall do a Cotnt...

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Tiie Old Soldier. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 September 1881

Tiie Old Soldier. TBA>"SLATF.O FEoM THE FEENCH, FOE THE HESALD, BY F. A. H. In tbe valley of Moantmorency, at the extremity of a magnificent sheet of water, is situated tlie little vvhge of St. Gratien. It was there that Catinat, that model of warriors and of men; lived an died. Many year* have passed since then, but in the hearts of the simple villagers, his memory is still enshrined, and in the church, his large tapestried chair is reverently cherished; while his tomb is an object of the deepest religious respect, although the knife of tlie vandal has eff-teid from its inscription some titles offensive to revolutionary susceptibility. But in this base, malevolence lias only done an act of wisdom; for the name above of j Catinat, s'lfhces; the rest was only j fnpsrflaoua. Although repaired ' many times, his ehate&a is bow al-j iiio.-t entirely i;i ruins; its ancient j landmarks being scarcely discerna'ole—bnt in the courtyard, stands j a magnificent tree, pla...

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The Law of Succession. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 September 1881

The Law of Succession. The Constitution left it to Con- | gress to provide by law "for the ' case of removal, death, resignation, jor inability, both of tlie President i and Vice President, declaring what ! officer shall then act as President, and such officer shall act accord J ingly until the disability shall be J removed, or a President shall be [elected." Agreeably to this pro- ! vision, Congress in 1792 placed the j Pte=ident pro tern of the Senate ■ first in order after the Vice Presi- : dent for succession to the Magis- : tracy, and after him the Speaker :of the House of representatives, jto hold the office until a President j can be elected for the unexpired ! tern, for which the Secretary of State shall issue hi» proclamation. The Senate adjourned without | electing a President pro tern. to 1 succeed SenatorThnrman,to whose ! seat General Garfield was elected, ;so that the next in line would be j the Speaker of the House. But ! the House of the Forty-sixth Con- ! gross is d...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 September 1881

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. 3lay be seen at work iv this Valley. Apply to J. 11. TAYLOR, myl9-tf Agent. THE IMPROVED DiaoVIEL BEST Seed Cleaner! PETER MOT. AGE XT, LIVERMORE. Guaranteed to be tb,e best cleaner now ottered for sale in this market. Is capable <f cleaning 1 000 sacks of grain per day. The best is the cheapest, and this is tlie BEST; I have the machine tit work in tt is Vallay, where it can be seen at auy time. sepl-lf PETER MOT, Agent. Eugene L. Fisher Haywards, Alameda Co., Cal., Housemover and Buider, STONE AND BRICK MASON, Monuments and Grave Inclosures Grindstones Furnished to Order. Mechanical and Perspective, and Patent Office Drawings. jeO.H PATRICK FLANAGAN, Practical Blacksmith, 1 Wheelright and Iron "Worker. Horse Shoeing a Specialty. fSTWork always done when Promised A fair share of public patronage solicited. Shop Main St., ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 September 1881

LIST OF PREMIUMS To be Awarded at tbe Twenty-First Annual Fair Of tbe Contra Costa County AirMtial Society, To be held at tbe Society Fair Grounds, Pacheco, October 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th, 14th and 15th, Which also includes Murray Township, Alameda County. 1881. [No premiums will be awarded where m> competition is made, except when recommended upon satisfactory grounds by the Judges.] Any complaints that awards have been made on articles not the product ofthe exhibitor will suspend the premium until the Board have become satisfied in tela* tion to llie facts. No manufactured article which hss re-* ceived a premium at a former Fni* of this Society, will be permitted to compete. SPEED PROGRAMME \ Monday, October 10th. 1. Pacinjr Race—Purse. $50; mile heats. 3iu 5 '1 iiree to enter and two to start. First horse $35; second horse $15. 2. Trotting" lUce—Purse $123. Free for all horses owned in tlie county that have uever beateti 3 minutes. Four to enter and thret to start. Fir...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 September 1881

SHERIFF'S SALE. Francis Smith, Plaintiff, 1 V 3 t Michael Farrall,' William V. [ No< °' 155 " Gaffey et als. Defendants. J Order of Sale and Decree of Foreclosure and Sale. Undar and by virtue of an Order of Sale and Decree of Foreclosure and Sale issued out of the Superior Court of the County ot Alameda, of tbe State of California, on the 25th nay of August, a v , 1881, in the above entitled action, wherein Francis Smith, the above named plaintiff, obtained a Judgment and Decree ot Foreclosure and Sale against Michael Farrall. William V. Gaffey, Hubaro. Ward, James Daly and William Bosworth, defendants, on tbe 25tb day of August, a. d. 1881, for the sum of $1,786 95 in United States «old coin, besides interest and costs, which said decree was, on the 2olh day of August, a. d. 1881, recorded in Judgment Book 2 of said Court, at page Ml. I am commane'ed to sell ail that certain piece, parcel or lot of land, situate, lying and being in tbe Connty ol Alameda, State oi Calito...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 September 1881

S. FRANCIS, MEBCHANT TAILOR, 1006 B OADWAY, 3 DOORS FROM I3TH The Best is Always the Cheapest. I get up First-Class Work at less moner than ia Sj„ 1i,... - Fine selection of Foreign and Domestic Cloths, Be;ucr, aad I meres, for Dress and Business Suits, made in tlie Lateir Style Warranted to Fit. Eemembcr tlie place: Benitz Block, 1006 Broadway OOMEGYS, BLOCK & CO., GENERAL DEALERS IS Groceries, Hardware, Crockery i WOOD AND WILLOW WYRE, IRON, ST:EL, COAL, Agricultural Implements, 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. II It U X BLOCK. Livermore, TOWN LOTS! TOWN LOTS ! TOV/N LOTS. - AT— Reduced Prices ! I would hereby announce tnat I bars accepted the s:>ie and cxciu»ive agett i the sale cf the | M'LEOD'S ADDITION LAND", IN THE TO...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 22 September 1881

THE LIVERMORE HERALD VOL. X. LIVERMORE, ALAMEDA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1881. NO. 10.

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