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Resolutions; [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 6 October 1881
Resolutions; At a regular meeting of Livermore Lodge, No. 219, I. O. O. F.. held Thursday, September 29th, the following preamble and resolutions were adopted: Whereas. It has pleased God in His infinite wisdom to remov.*, by death, our lamented brother, James A. Garfield; and, Whereas, In bis death our country has lost a distinguished leader and Christian statesman, our order a worthy and Christian brother, his family a loving husband, fond father and noble son; therefore, be it Resolved that the officers and members of Livermore Lodge, No. 219, I. O. O. F., ii.oßt solemnly recognize and deplore this great calamity which has befallen the nation in the loss of our late brother, and bow in humble submission to our Heavenly Father's will. Resolved, That we heartily sympathize with the bereaved family in this their hour of affliction, and would direct theru to the only source of console 1 which was the comfort and support i " late brother, and of their martyici. . c husband and father....
Resolutions. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 6 October 1881
Resolutions. At a meeting held by the Livermore Fire Department, October 5, 1881, the following resolutions were adapted: Whereas, OurChiet Magistrate, James A. Garfield, after seventy nine days of suffering from a wound inflicted by an assassin, has yiek'ed up his precious lite; and, Whereas. We deeply deplore the loss of him, who always proved himself worthy of the honor bestowed upon him; and, Whereas, We are desirous of giving expression to our sentiments, do unani mously adopt the following iesolutions: Resolved, That in the death of James A. Garfield this country loses a great statesman, who has done so much for our country and tor liberty. Resolved, That we recognize in the devoted, loving and faithful wife of our late beloved President, a noble woman, worthy of the love and protection of the American people, and that we extend to her. aud to her children, and to the good mother of our departed President, our deep and heartfelt sympathy in their great affliction. Resolved, Th...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 6 October 1881
LOCAL NOTICES. Fred Mally has just received a large &gt;tock of 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 at Mally's. * The merits of Messrs. Horton «ft Kennedy's Enterprise Windmills are too well known ia 'his vicinity to need special mention. The fact that no other mill can be sold here is procf positive of its excellence. * Cull and buy Mack's Silk Fool Protectors Prevents rheumatism, sweating of the feet, corns, bunions, aud chilblains. Etc., Etc. Price 25 cents. * Marshal Mack keeps the only exclusive boot and shoe store in Livermore. * Anthony has added a glass and;crockcryware department to his business.' Call and examine. * New supply Garland stoves and ranges at Anthony's. * Horton &amp; Kennedy's pumps are the best. Buy no other Addres...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 6 October 1881
LIST OF PREMIUMS To be Awarded at the Twenty-First Annual Fair Of the Contra Costa County Alricnltnral Society, To be held at tbe Society Fair Grounds, Pacheco, October 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th, 14th and 15th, VVhich also includes Murray Township, Alameda County. ISBI. [No premiums will be awarded where no competition is made, except when recommended upon satisfactory grounds by the Judges.] Any complaints that awards have been made on articles not the product of the exhibitor will suspend the premium until the Board have become catisfied in ielation to the facts. No manufactured article which has received a premium at a former Fair of this Society, will be permitted to compete. SPEED PROGRAMME: Monday, October 10th. 1. Pacing Bace—Purse, $50; mile heats. 3in 5. Three to enter and two to start. First horse $3); second horse $15. 2. Trotting Race—Purse $125. Free for all horses owned in the county that have never beaten 3 minutes. Four to enter and three to start. First horse $75; sec ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 6 October 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 and building material. —o RAILROAD AVENUE, BETWEEN M AND N STREETS, CAL. Apr 9 3m J. A. BILZ'S Carriage Manufactory, Machine § Blacksmith Shop, TO , CAL. TO THE FARMERS PUBLIC GENERAL V, —I HAVE ON HAND A LARGE STOCK OF— Iron Axle Header Wagons, r™ l **'*^* Family Sprijig Wagons, open and with top, Family Carriages, Open and Top Buggies, Skeletons, Sulkies and Breaking Carts, All this work is of my own manufacture; is guaranteed first-cluas in every particular attention paid to HORSE SHOEING, CARRIAGE PAINT ING «te CARRIAGE TRIMMING Buy my work aud I will guarantee satisfaction. Anspacher Bros., and Comegys, Block Jt Co., are Ageuts lor my Wagons at Livermore. MIF B **3^F* fountain Saloon, CORNER X AND FIRST STS. LIVERMORE. Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Pioneer Beer Cellar Saloon. Fine Eating Stand and Billiards. je2o tf F. SCHOEN...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 6 October 1881
LIVERMORE BRE WEE 1 first street, livkkmokjc,cal. Best of Beer constantly on band. Supplied by the keg at reasonable rates. W .Jordan, Proprietor Theo. Gorner, Harness, Saddles, Bridles. Collars, AYhips, Etc., Etc. Good stock of Driving and working Gloves constantly on hand. Manufao turer of Gorner's Caoutchouc Oil Har ness Blacking. [ First Bt., Livermore NEW WOOL AND GRAIN Commission House J. H. CONG DON &amp; CO. No. 6 S ten art Street, H. F. To our friends and the wool-growers aud farmers generally: Having established ourselves iv a general commisioo bt s'ness of the sale ot Wool. Grain, Brans, live stock. Hides. Pelts, Tallow, Alfafa Seed, etc. A Strict attention to the business, as well as a careful study of tho interests of the wool-growers and farmers, dbrio 4 our experience of 12 years with the wellknown house of Miller &amp; Co.. enables us to anticipate the wants of the consignees. We shall do a Commission Business EXCLUSIVELY, giving personal attention to...
Fifty JBiles an Horn. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 6 October 1881
Fifty JBiles an Horn. MK9, GABFIKLD'S HIDE TO WASHINGTON ./ELY 2, 1881. Kecitcd. at a Memorial Session hr the Oakland High School, by Mary Wiliiaiaa. "Clear the track to Washington !" Flashed the order fiom New York, Commerce, travel, all must wait; Business, pleasure, play or work! "Clear the track to Washington ! Fire the steam by lightning power, Eugineer. your orders are; ' Fifty miles an hour." "Bring out 'Long-legged Tom,' whose wheels Stride eight yards at every round! Let them burn along the steels! Make that splendid engiue bound! Like a fiery dragon's flight. Lei th i train the roatf devour! Engineer, your orders are: "Fitty niles an hour." "Why r* "A mad assassin's hand Shot our Pi evident this morn, Carfield'o wife to Garfield flies. Like an angel, whirlwind borne! Engineer, be bold and true! Teat your art's consummate flower! Put this little woman through, Fifty miles au hour.' ".Fifty million patriot heart? Weep, and rage, and cu r se and pray; Save, O God. our Preside...
.Fame* A bra in t*arlic!<i. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 6 October 1881
.Fame* A bra in t*arlic!&lt;i. Head by Georse Lane, at a Memorial Session by the Oakland Riga School. Sixteen years ago one tranquil j April morning, the whole country was startled, and stunned, by the news that President Lincoln had been assassinated, that he lay un-! conscious—dying—that he was dead. It came upon the country at a time of tumult and disorder, just at the close of a war in which brother had fought against orother —when nearly every household in the land was a house of mourning for some dear one who had given his life for his country. The life of the ruler of every country in Europe had been in jeopardy, bnt assassination was so foreign to the evil genious of American crime, that the whole nation was struck with amazement that such a thing could be, and the excitement was intense. In the midst of the riot in New fork, while the people were mad, wild witii passion, and threats of death and destruction to any who sympathized with the bloody deed, were rising fr...
"Scraps." [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 6 October 1881
"Scraps." Manners are the shadows of virtues. Quarrels would be short-lived if the wrongs were only on one side. •*To win, work and wait—but work a good deal more than you wait. Beautiful are the admonitions of him whose life accords with his teachings. Good temper is like a sunny day; it -huls a brightness over everything; it i.T the sweetener of toil and the soother of disquietude. Those arc mock gentlefolk who mask their faults to others and to themselves; the true know them perfectly and acknowledge them. Mental pleasures never clog. Unlike those of the body, they are increased by repetition, approved by reflection, and strengthened by enjoyment. Socrates eaid that there are two sciences which every mail ought to learn—tirst, the science cf speech, and, second, the more difficult one of silence. Those passionate persons who carry their hearts in their mouths are rather to be pitied than feared; their threatnings serving no other purpose than to forearm him that is threatened.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 6 October 1881
PATRICK FLANAGAN - Practical Blacksmith, Wheelrigbt and Iron "Worker. Horse SJioeing a Specialty. always done when Promised A fair share of public patronage solicited. Shop Main St., near Post Office, Livcrmore. jly2Btf ' P FLANAGAN. SAMUEL LEVY, General Hercbandise A Fine Assortment of FANCY GOODS! Call aud see me. Great Redaction in Prices. augll-tl A J. ALYERS, Fashionable Barber Shelden's Building, L and First Sts., LIVERMORE, CAL. Shaving, : : : Fifteen Cents. Call and see me. jl\2S-tf Hai.bkkt F- Pa ink, 1 ate C miinisaioner of Patents. Bbixj. r. G.tAKrox. Story B. Ladd. PATENTS. PAINE, GRAFTON &amp; LADD, AttorncysaMaw and Solicitors of Aniens can Hnd Foreign Patents. 412 Fifth Street, Washington. Practice patent law in all its branches in the Patent Oflice. and tbe Supreme and Circuit Coaita of the United States Pamphlet sent free. Homestead Application. Land Oflice ut San Francisco. Cal., St-p ember li. 1381. Notice Is hereby jriven that tbe following named -eltler ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 6 October 1881
HOSTETTE^ Though Shakeu ta Every Joint And fiber will) fever and ague, or hillious remittent, ihe system may yet be freed from the ttaligiiant virus with Hosteller's Stomach Bitters. Protect the system airainst it with this beneficieut antispasmodic, which is furthermore a supreme remedy for liver complaint, constipation dyspepsia, debility, rhumalism, kidney troubles, and other ailments. For sale hy all Druggists and Dealers generally. mmLWKmmLwnammammammgßß CENMUn LhtlMElC always Cnrei and never Disappoints The world's Prtin-Roiiever for Mm and Beast. Cheap, quick asd roUahle. PITCHER'S CASTORIA is not Narcotic. Children grovr fat upon, Mothers like, and Physicians recommend CASTORIA. It regulates tho Bowels, cures Wind Colic, allays Fcverishncss, and destroys Worms. J—-mmilMilL.."!! »P''IWIIIWW«MB3 V. EI DE MEYER 3 CATARRH Cure, a Constitutional Antidote for this terrible malady, hy Ah sorption. The most Important Discovery since Vaccination. Other remedies may relieve Catarrh, t...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 6 October 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. May he seen at work iv thi* Valley. Apply to J. U. TAYLOR, myl9-tf Agent. THE IMPROVED Daniel Best Seed Cleaner! PETER MOY, AGENT, LIVEKMOEE. Guaranteed to he the best cleaner now ottered for sale in this market. Is capable &lt;-f cleaning 1 000 ?aeks of main per day. The best is the cheapest, and this is the BEST! I have the mat bine at work in tl is Valley, where it can he seen at any lime. sepl-tf PETEB MOY. Aeent. Alameda Co. branch. —OF THE — Of California. 922 /ND 924 BROADWAY, Union Bank Building) Oakland, Cal Cash Capital, $300, 000. 00 Casta Assets, ssl, 355 7&lt;i The Home Mutual is a California Company, confining its business to iL-; Pacific Coast. Over 1.000 shares ol (he Coni;&gt;-iny's.-tock are held by prominent resident.- of Alameda and Contra Cosoi counties. All Premiums received through this B...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 6 October 1881
Real Estate Agency. The undersigned hereby offers for sale the following described vaiuahle properdin the unsold building lots in the Mc Lend Addition to the Town of Livermore. All the unsold building lots &gt;n the Paci tic Mutual Life Ins. Co's addition to tho Town of Livermore. H R Huie's ranch of 160 acres, three miles northeast of Livermore. Puce, $4000. A hargam. P. C. Waltenbaugh's ranch of 320 acres, near Livermore, eiilier as a whole, or one W)-acre piece. Price of whole, #30 per acre; Price of 80 acre piece. $1.01)0. Ihe entire ranch is fenced, aud has good build ings. S. Wetterau's bakery property. Main street, hut a few doors from post wliicc, Livermore. It is the only baßeiy in a town of 1,000 inhabitants, and does a rood business, lias a saloon connected. Buildinns consist of hi kery and saloon building small dwelling, and stable. Excellent well ot water. Large lot. A bargain. Cottage dwelling and lot, within one minute walk to post office. One of the prettiest...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 6 October 1881
F. A. Anthony, MAXI'FACTL'P.EIi OF Tin, Shret Ironand Coppor Ware, and dealer in UarOtw* are \V oo Aw are, \*amps ai\A Coa\ OH Having enlarged and re-arranged my store and shop, I have iucrcas-en facilities for the accommodation of all who may favcr me with their patronage. All goods warranted ns represented, and satisfaction guaranteed in REPAIRING AM) JOB WORK. Ag.'til t&gt;r tlie Improved HOWE Sewin* \ Machine. F. A. Anthony Corner First and Lizzie sts. Livermore, v2B F. Mally Dealer in Boots and shoes, hats, Caps &amp; Gents Furnishing Goods Also a large stock of Books and Stationery, Cutler) Toys, Musical Instruments, Pipes, Cigars, and Tobacco. Agent the San Francisco Cbroaicle, and all Eastern and California periodicals. Agent for the Singer »e\ving Machine. DIMM &amp; Co Dealt is in DRY GOODS, Cloves, Hosierj. Notions. Ml! lien Goods Hats Men's &amp; Boys Ready-made Clothing. Gent's Furnishing Goods, Boots and Shoes. AGENTS POH (TATZXTZD 10T3,...
Our Story Teller. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 13 October 1881
Our Story Teller. BY CHARLES JEFFERSON THOM. j I WRANGLESVILLE. X NOVEL. [Continued 1 CHAPTER XXXIII. I muse on marriage. I weigh Sallie and Ranthie in the balance. 1 also take my own an asure. "If the girl likes you. your t!u»y i-&gt; «I&lt;-n- | rur clear. You can't itkc attvantaee i»f it."—Roland Caxtou iv Bitlwei a Caktwi ■ "It is." said lie mufctugty.' » will known thine;, tfcat pariieuUr drug* or ht-riis suit . tlie body according to iis parih-übir Uis. : &lt; ases. When we are il", we dou'i op&lt; v our ] medicine cheat at random, ;.ml lake cut '. any p &gt; wdcr or phial that cm. a t.&gt; hand. ; The akillful doctor ia he thai i.djuais the I dose to the malady."— Austin Caafea in Ibid. The week passed. There iras no donbting the fact that I was really falling in love-with the heartltss coquette, Sallie Rhett. Why,"li know not; but it was nevertheless" true. Fool! What was I bargainins for- The answer is plain as i . . . da}*; I...
la Maui* Departure. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 13 October 1881
la Maui* Departure. Vows are vain. 2s"o suppliant breath Stays ihe spec-1 of s\\ if:»hceled Death. Lite with he; is gone, and I Learn hut n new aay lo die. See, the tlowers .-onttolc, and all Wither in m v funeral- - The bright lily, as if day Parted with her, faded away. Violets httrg their beads and lose All their beauty. That the rose A sad part in sorrow bears, Witne.-s all those dewy a-ars. Which an pearl, or di .mond like, Swel 1 upon her blushing cheek. All things mourn. But, O behold Mow the withered marigold Closet}) up, now is cone. Judging her ihe setiing sun.