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The Day in Livermore. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 September 1881
The Day in Livermore. Immediately upon receipt in Livermore of the news ot ihe death of President Carfield, the lolling ot belis proclaimed the sad intelligence to our people. Eurlv next luorniug, nearly all our business houses, and many private residences, weie hung w itb the habnimeuts of mounting, aud thests having been added to, iroui day to day, our town presented ou Monday last, a most strange, though beautiful appiar ante. On ly on JSuUuday was it tinad} decided to organize a procession, ihe Masonic Order being first to move iv thewattei, the other civic societies following us leaj. Moudaj uiußMlgdawned ia beauty —one of ibe moat lovely days of ihe year. It was usbeit i in by the tiimg ot cannon, Ibe only sound wbi'it broke Ibe solemn stillness of iu-s day. Every place of l&gt;'.= :- ocsji in our towa, from tbe largest mercantile house, lo the huuibletsi business Vt utuie, auu including every saloon, was closed, out tew opening dining ttie entire da; . At 10 o'clock t...
l*lca»anton letter. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 September 1881
Pleasanton letter. Fleasanton. Sept. 28 1881. Grain is coming in quite rapidly at present. Brick shipments are not so extensive as formerly. Grain is going out as fast as cars can be got to take it away. Mr. Derindinger's new residence is rapidly approaching completion. Our Monterey and Santa Cruz excursionists have returned, looking much better for their trip. The Railroad Company has just fin-ish-d remodeling and enlarging the depot buildings at this place. Our enterprising butcher, Mr. Dan Fallos, is erecting a fine barn on his property, just west of the railroad depot. Our shippers are unable to accommodate all our hay men, as they are short of storage room, and cannot get half enough cars to ship it. Another railroad project is on foot—another narrow gauge. Il is to come through Dublin, follow the base of the mountain to a point just west of this place, where it is to cross the creek, also cross the C. P. R. R. about half a mile west of town, and pass through the east side of t...
Resolutions. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 September 1881
Resolutions. The following resolutions were unanimously adopted by the faculty and students of Livermore College. Sept. 26,1881. Whkukah, Il has pleased the Supreme Ruler of Nations, in His infinite wisdom and nnscrutable designs to permit the dire calamity which has befallen our country in the death of our late President, James A. Garfield; and, Whekkas, In his death the nation has lost a distinguished ruler, his wife a lov. ing husband, his children a fond tsther. and his mother a dearly beloved son ; therefore, l»e it Resolved, That we. the faculty and students ol Livermore College, deplore the untimely end of our Ide Chief Magistrate, whose services to hia country will form one of the most brilliant pages of her history. Resolved, That we heartily sympathize with the liereaved family, and otter our most earnest prayers to the Almighty God that he may comfort them in this, their sore tfflicJion. Resolved, Tbat we denounce with irre ptessible honor, the awfnl crime worse than regi...
Heal Kttate [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 September 1881
Heal Kttate Rowel 1 Case lo W. Everson. 200 01 acres, portion plots 22. 23 «nd 24. E! Valle de San Jow Rancbo. Murray Tn ; $9,000. F E Wilke to Rus"4»ll Case. 4+4 40 acres, El Valle de San Jose Rancbo; $14 000. Ru-sell Ca-eto Enos Taylor244 30 acres, El Valle tie San Jose Rancbo; $10,997.
County News. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 September 1881
County News. Mission San Jose. A telegram from Father Kaiser states that lie is sick, in Jersey City. Ceo. Stanley has soM his Mission Liv. erv Stable to "D. W. Baker, of" Vallecitos, Mr. Baker will remove to the Mission aud take possession Octolier Ist, Tbe third anniversary ball of Mission Lodge, No. 56. A O. U. W.. at Washington "Hall, last Tuesday evening, was n grand success, fully 200 persons being j present. A surprise party was tendered Mr. and Mrs. Herman, at the M'ssion. one evening last week, over a hundred persons being present. The residence being instifficie-it in size to accommodate I ne assembled guests, an adjournment «"as had to Washington HaM, where the night was spent hi happ'ueas and gayety. The worthy host and hostess (I'd "all wUWn tlie'r power to add to the enjoyment of their guests, and were pleased t&lt;&gt; be reminded that they had so Urge a circle of friends. San !.4»andro. Tuesday, at the residence of S. Huff. Esq, &gt;n San Lean...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 September 1881
LOCAL, NOTICES. Fred Mally has just received a large stocK cf choice new patterns wall paper, which he offers for sale cheap. * Tinware, crockery, stoves, ranges, hard ware, and tinkering at Anthony's. * Mack's Children's Shoes. * Mack's goods all warranted. * Mack's fine Philadelphia Shoes. * Large new stock of Boots and shoes a 1 Mally's. * The merits of Messrs. "orton A Kennedy's Enterprise Windmills are too well known in 'his vicinity to neetl special mention. The fact that; no other mill can be sold here is procf positive of its excellence. * Call and buy Mack's Silk Foot Protectors Prevents rheumatism, sweating of the feet, corns, bunions, and chilblains, Etc.. Etc. Price 25 cents. * Marshal Mack keeps the only exclusive boot and shoe store in Livermore. * Anthony has atlded a glass and.erockeryware department lo his business.' Call and examine. * New supply Garland stoves and Tanges at Anthony's. * Horton &amp; Kennedy's pumps are the best. Buy no othor Address, Horto...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 September 1881
j Taken Up.—On the 29th of August, 1881. one bt y mare, branded "W, B." on left hind hip, and one mule colt. The owner can have the same by proving property and paying damages. E. A. Nickkrson, Near Altamont. O Fresh Ovsteks — Fresh oysters every Saturday and Sunday, by Henry Lutz, at the Eiutract saloon. Prepared on the half shell, by George Bastian. Call end try them. * 0 Fon Sale on Easy Terms—Ranch of 160 acres-, seven miles north of Livermore. Water al! the year round. Price, $25 per acre. Apply to siMm M*ks. Hart or James Johnson. Fon Sale—6 French Me-ino Graded Bucks- Apply to .John Elliott, Altamont. Real Estate Agency. The undersigned herehy offers for sale the following described valuable properlies : All the unsold buMding lots in the Mc Lewi Addition to the Town of Livermore. All the unsold building lots »n the Paci f.c Mutual Life Ins. Go's addition to tho Town of Livermore. 11. R Huie's ranch of ICO acres, three miles northeast of Livermore. Price, $4000. A bargain. P....
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 September 1881
Mendocino Lumber Yard. o Anspacher Bros., Agents, o A complete stock of first quality 1 timber will always be kept on baud together with doors, windows and building material. o RAILROAD AVENUE, BETWEEN M AND N STREETS, LIVBRMOR-E, CAL. J. A. BILZ'S Carnage Manufactory, Machine § Blacksmith Shop, PLEABANTO , CAL. TO THE FARMERS - n °PUBLIC GENERALLY, —I HAVE ON HAND A LARGE STOCK OF— Iron Axle Header Wagons, rnml s£* i ** Family Spring Wagons, open and with top, Family Carriages, Open and Top Buggies, Skeletons, Sulkies and Breaking Carts, All this work is ot my own manufacture; is guaranteed first-class in every particular. Cf"Parti=ular attention paid to HORSE SHOEING, CARRIAGE PAINT ING &amp; CARRIAGE TRIMMING Buy my work and I will guarantee satisfaction. Anspacher Bros., and Comegys, Block &amp; Co., are Agents tor my AVagons tt Livermore. Api 14 mS ««&gt; at IS |mW .rAW? fm Fountain Saloon, CORNER X AND FIRST STS. LIVERMORE. Choice Wines, Liquors and Cig...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 September 1881
LIVERMORE BRE WEB, I WlUttT Si'KKKT. LIVEKMOKE, CAL. Best of Beer constantly on hand. Supplied h) the keg at reasonable rates. W .Jordan, Proprietor Theo. Gorner, Harness, Saddles, Bridles. Collars, Whips, Etc., Etc. Good stock of Driving and workinj Gloves constanfly on hand. Maoufae turer of Gorner's Caoutchouc Oil Har j ness Blacking. I First Ft., livcrmore NEW WOOL AND GRAIN Commission House J. H. COXGDOX &amp; CO.. ajo. 0 S ten art Street, 8. F. To our friends and tlie wool-growers aud farmers geua-rully: Having established ourselves iv a general c©mmisiou business of tlie sale of Wool, Gram, Brans, live stock. liides. Pelts, Tallow, Alfafa Seed, etc. A strict attention to the business, as well as a caroial «udy of tho interests of tho wool-grower, and farmers, durtuj our exponeuce of 12 years with the wellknown house otaii hsr &lt;fc Co. enables us to anticipate tho wauta oi "the consignees. l f n i d r °» Comm "«"on Business EXCLLbIVJiLY, giving personal atteu...
.11 oi iting- [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 September 1881
.11 oi iting- A wind came up out of the sen, Ami sahl. ' O, mist, make room for me," It hailed the ships, aad cried, "Sail on, Ye mariners, the night is gone." And hurried landward far away, &lt; tying, "Awake! it is tlie day!" It ■ aid unto \\if forest, ''Shout! Hang all ;.oir leafy banners out:" It touched the wood bird's folded wing, Aud said. ' O, bird, awake md sing.'' And o'er the farms, "O, chanticleer, Your clarion blow, the day is near." It whispered to the fields of corn, "Bowdown, aad bail the eoniiug morn.' It shouted through the belfry tower. ' Awake, O bell, proclaim tbe hour." It crossed thfi churchyard with a sigh, Aad said, "Not yet, in rptiet lie." —Longfellow.
The City Farmer. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 September 1881
The City Farmer. When formerly a city man had made his "'pile," and, as he drove through the country he became fascinated at the growing; cropland things in general, would make up hi&gt; mind tv try liii hand at bo pleasant a business —his actions were carefully watched by an old farmer and his many blunders laughed at. He was, not satisfied to have things after the fashion of the general farmer, he must have them all much nicer and better, then ho couldn't help but succeed. JJe bought imported cattle, sheep, swine, chickens and what not, the most expensive implements and farm machinery, sonic of which ii id scarcely been read of by agri&lt; ulturists generally. He hauled his manure from the city by scores of load.-; guano was supplied profusely and everything done on a scale that threw all his neighbors entirely in the shade. When they protested against a great deal of this useless expenditure and waste &lt;»f labor he would reply tiiat he had his own ideas ...
ow Sio- y About Gen. Grant. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 September 1881
\ow Sio- y About Gen. Grant. It has just leaked out that while General Grant was traveling in Asia, he expressed a desire to get a shot at a lion. LS"ot wishing to expose him to any danger, the natives secured a stuffed lion, set him up in a jungle, and then to &gt;k the illustrious traveler out on a limit. Wlien the beast was sighted, the General was all exeitinient, and, crawling up to a favorite position, began to blaze away at the animal with no perceptible effect. After tiri"': about twenty shots, he began to &lt;ret mad, and, taking off his coat, ho settled down for a regular siege. Fearing his wrath vhen he discovered the sell, the uttondents endeavored to induce him to give up the attempt to kill the telling him it bore a charmed life, and that he could not possibly injure it. He told them to go to thunder, that he was after blood and was going to have it. After a vain fusUftde of half an hour he arose to his feet, gnashing his teeth with rage, threw "his sus...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 September 1881
jr&amp;G&amp;im &amp; mmmt* fia/i and Lock Smiths, and Machinists* Livermore Avenue, Livermore. V large Block of Guns and Ammunition constantly on hand, Repairing of all kinds and Turning of every description, a specialty. sep22-3in Homestead Application . Land Office at San Francisco, Cal., August 23, 1881 Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has tiled notice of his intention to make final proof in support ol his claim, and that said proof will be made •it this office, on Monday, October 10. 1881, viz: Thomas Swift. Homestead Ap plication No. 3,3:11, for the N% of NW M Sec. 8, Tp. 1, S. It. 3 E., M. D. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land, viz: John S. Armstrong, lames Kaue, James Andrews aud Beu jam in Nelson, all of Bytcn (P. O.). Contia ■Costa County, Cal. aug2s-5t W'M. B. WHEATON, Begister, LIST OF PREMIUMS To be Awarded at the Twenty-First Annual Fair Of the Contra Cost...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 September 1881
Though Shaken in Every Joint Anil fiber with fever and ague, or billions remittent, tlie system may yet be freed from tbe malignant virus with Hosteller's Stomach Bitters. Protect the system against it with this beneficient antispas modie, which is furthermore a supremt remedy for liver complaint, constipation dyspepsia, debility, rhumatism, kidney troubles, and other ailments. For sale by all Druggists and Dealers generally. always Cures and never Disappoints The world* great Pain-Reliever for Han and Beast. Cheap, quick and reliably, PITCHER'S CASTORIA is not Narcotic. Children grow fat upon, Mothers like, and Physicians recommend CASTORIA. It regulates the Bowels, cures "Wind Colic, allays Feverish ness, and destroys Worms. WEI DE METER'S CATARRH Cure, a Constitutional Antidote for this terrible malady, hy Absorption. The most Important Discovery since Vaccination. Other remedies may relieve Catarrh, this cures at any stage before Consumption sets in. The Old Reliable £l¥£RM©lt]g...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 September 1881
THE IMPROVED J 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. IL TAYLOR, myl9-tf Agent. THE IMPROVED DANIEL BEST Seed Cleaner! PETER MOY, AGENT, LIVERMOBE. Guaranteed to be the best cleaner now ottered for sale in this market. Is capable &gt;.f cleaning 1 000 sacks of erain per day. The best is the cheapest, and this is the BEST! I have the machine at work in this Valluy, where it can be seen at any lime. sepl-tf PETER MOY, Agent. JOCK TOON, Chinese Physician, Wynn's Building, Livermore Ay. Diseases of all kinls successfully treated, and cures guaranteed. I have just returned from China with a large lot of new Medicines, good for all diseases. jl7-tf JOCK TOON. PATRICK FLANAGAN - Practica Backsmith, Wheelright and Iron Worker. Horse Shoeing a Specialty. tSTWork always done wheu Promised A fair share of public p ror.age solicited. Shop Mai...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 September 1881
S. FRANCIS, MERCHANT TAILOR. 1006 B.OADWAY, 3 DOORS FROM IOTH. Hie Best is Always the Cheapest. I get up First-Class Work at less money than in Sun Francisi , Pine selection of Foreign and Domestic Cloths Beaver, and I .... ncres for Dress and Business Suits, made m tlie Latest Style and Warranted to Fit. Rememhcr the place: Benitz Block, 1006 Broadwn, COMEGYS, BLOCK &amp; CO () K.N ERA I. DEALERS IN Groceries, Hardware, Crockery WOOtt AND WILLOW WYRE, IRON, STtEL, COAL, Agricultural Implements, Paints, Oils, Wines &amp; Liquors Etc Agents for Matteson $ Williamson, J. I. Case, Ran- * dolph, Wyrick, and Genuine Hodges Single Gear Headers, Fish Bros. Wagons, Buckeye Mowers and Reapers, and manufacturers of Header Drapers, Machine extras and sections aspeciaty. filtlt'li JBIAH'K, Livermore, TOWN LOTS! TOWN LOTS! TOWN LOTS. — AT— Reduced Prices ! I would hereby announce tnat [ hava iccepted the s-jlc and exclusive agent he sale cf the M'LEODS ADDITION LAND?, IN THE TOWN...