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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 13 October 1881

Ileal Fotatc Joseph Waterman to Henry Meyer, lots 1, 2, 3 ami 4, sec 6. Tp 3, 8 It 3 E, less 31.33 acres, Murray Tp, $'-?,000. W M Mendenhnll to M Lutlers, plots 13 and 14 and 27, 47-100 acres in plot 12 of Rancbo El Valle de San Jose. Murray Tp; also 325 acres Kancho Santa Rita, $37,500. Root C Marshall to II B Geocken. lots 1 and of SW U Sec 30, Tp 2, S R 3 E. 51,700. Geo Bernard to Richard Wegener, lots 10 and 11, Sec 23, Tp 3, S R 2 E, Murray Tp, $560. Wm II Williams to H M ChristensoD W %of N W l 4 Sec 14, Tp 2, S R 9 E Murray Tp; $1. Joseph Waterman to same; same, $1.---200. Mi inky to Loan.—From $1,000 upwards, Inquire of Elmot Avbcry. oc. 13. 1 Bt, PATRICK FLANAGAN, Practical Blacksmith,j "Wheelright and Iron Worker. Horse Shoeing a Specialty. j ij&~\\'jrk always done when Promised ' A fair share of public patronage solicited. Shop Main St., near. Post Office, livermore. jl>2« if P FLANAGAN.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 13 October 1881

S traykp or Stolen.—A yearling bay horse colt; white face; one hind and one front foot white. Return to Anton John. Draper ranch, near Liveimore. Oct. 13, 3t. The Waltknb.avgh Acctios. —Don't forget Phil. Walleubaugh's auction sale of farming implements, machinery, stock, aud household furniture, on his ranch, two miles northeast of town, no Saturday. October 15th. He will make a clean sweep of everything, including the ranch, aud everything on it. Also, every ar'icle of household goods and kitchen lurniture. Sale begius at '0 o'clock, sharp. Lost—On Monday last, between the Waltenbergh ranch, and tow n, a topaz earring. Finder will leave it at R R. depot. Mrs J. L. Mitchel. Work Wantep.—The undersigned, a Frenchman, and a thorough vineyardtst, understanding vine planting and tending, and the making of wine, cider and vinegar, desires a permanent situation. Wages no object. . Henry Gopart, County Hospital, San Leandro, Cal I.OC \l, NOTICES. Fred Mally has just received a large stock...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 13 October 1881

Mendocino Lumber Yard. o Anspacher Bros., Agents. A complete stock of first quality lumber will always he kept on hand together with doors, windows aud building material. O RAILROAD AVENUE, BETWEEN M AND N STR ETB, apr 9 3m J. A. BILZ'S Carriage Manufactory, Machine i Blacksmith Shop, PLEASAKTO, CAL. TO THE FARMERS GENERAL?. —I lIAVE ON HAM) A LARGE STOCK OF— Iron Axle [leader Wagons, Ffom lf il°?* Xusk Family Spring Wagons, open ami with t<>i>. Family Carriages, Open and Topßaggies, Skeletons, Sulkies and Breaking Carts, All this work is ot myown manufacture; isguaraniced first class in every particular . attention paid U> HORSE SfIOEING, CARRIAGE PAINT ING 6 CARRIAGE TRIMMING Buy nt/ work and I will guarantee > Auspacber Bros., and Comegys, Block & Co, are Agents tor my Wago Livermore. apr-14 JP"a» MM WL ■ SK« fountain Saloon, CORNER X AND FIRST STS. LIVERMORE. Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Pi->neer ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 13 October 1881

LI I ERMOREBRE II Lh WUUtH STMSKT, LIVXttMUMJC CAI Rest of Beer coast intly on band, Bupplt< n bj the Keg at reasonable rate\V .Jordan, I*j «• j> i letoi Theo. Corner, Harness, Saddles, Bi idles. Collars, Whips, Etc., Etc. Good stock of Driving and working Gloves constantly on hand. Mum Fh< turcr of Gorner >a Caoutehoar Oil Mar ness Blacking. | Flrsi fit., LhTrmnrc NEW WOOL ■ ND GRAIN Commission House J. If. CONfittON & C 6 Xo. <> Steimrt Street, | To our frieode and the wool-growers and farmers generally: Havi btablislied ourselves ii. i general cammiston business of the sale of Wool Grain, Brans, live Stock. Hides. Pelts, rallow, Alfnf. Seed, etc. A strict attention to the business M we U as a careful study of the interests of tho wool-growers and farmers, during our experience of 12 years with t|„. wellknown house of Mi In, A: Co.. ei.akdei ns to anticipate tbe w«ott ot the consignees. We shall do a Com...

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TJ»c Mclon-choly Thief. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 13 October 1881

TJ»c Mclon-choly Thief. WRtTTEX FOR. THE HERALD BY CHARLES COLQCIIOCX. The hoy stood in Ibe melon pach, In melon-choly iret; IJ i s wat'rivg mouili nreparcd to match The lvi grst one, \ou bet! lie rinds it, and now peers around To see that lhe| all liave lefi; The stripling drops on tlie get v id. And the ice-cream monster cleft. lie tastes, then starts with peepers wide! His face row blenched and blue — lie sa-v, end feared 'bat lusty stride--The consequence he knew ! No v, quick UeMuring*to clear thefeuce. For life to nirn is near; lie struggled h nil-hut canine jaws Detained him in the rear. Just o'er the topmost hoard lie lay. While Ti-zer humr insHe, Ann If you'd seen I but halaneeplay, You'd laughed until you died.

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Slie Found Elini. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 13 October 1881

Slie Found Elini. Tin following story is true ta every detail. A milliner of respectability married a dissipated tailor, who abusel, neglected, and abandoned her. 83vera! years having passed without a cL'.v t > his w.i.'reabouts, her f»-i3.i U a 1 vised divorce and her acceptance of an advantageous offer of marriage. The woman persistantly declined every offer, and when she ha 1 accu nulated a su:Heient sum, started oft i:i the direction her husband was supposed to have taken when he left iter. At II ilifax X. S., Bhe received aslight clew, a i I took the steamer to Port--lin I, Me. T.t m ; b!i3 followed his trace to New York, where she c 3 lied for m in," tlimtlu to hear o* him. Finally hire found that li 3 w.i? working in Albany, for which place she immediately started. Sne was about a week too late; iv had heen discharged for drunkenness. Spending her days at lucrative work and her evening? at. detective service, the unwearying wife at length discovered that he wai emp...

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Crave Mother Weasel. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 13 October 1881

Crave Mother Weasel. A remarkable incident occurred recently upon a farm in Scotland. A fanner was ploughing in one of his fields, which was nearly completed, and was passing within a foot or two <»f t!i2 fence wall, when suddenly, and t > the surprise of the fanner, one of the horses became restive and wild, and refused to proceed to his wotk. This was an unusual circumstance, and the farmer was puzzled to make out the cause of it. Seizing the reins in his hands, he walked toward the horse's head, when to his astonishBlent, he found that a large weasel had attacked the horse by springing upon it and fastening it.- teeth in the frightened animal's neck. It was a moment of excitement and alarm, hut. the farmer was equal to the emergency. With a well directed stroke of the reins the weasel was dislodged and killed. The horse soon recovered from hifright, and. m due course ploughing was resumed. The cause of the daring attack upon the horse was explained upon the ...

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Mr. Garfield** Recoid. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 13 October 1881

Mr. Garfield** Recoid. At fourteen lie was at work at a carpenter's Wench. At sixteen ho was a boatman on the Ohio canal. At eighteen he was studying in the Chester, Ohio, Seminary. At twenty-one he was teaching I one of Ohio's common schools, \ pushing forward with his own stud- j ies at the same time. At twenty-three lie entered WilHams College. Ar twenty six he graduated from Williams with the highest honors of his class. At twenty-seven he was tutor at Hiram College. At twenty-eight he was principal of Hiram College. At twenty-eight he was a mem- i her of the Ohi" Senate—the young-1 est member <>f that hotly. At thirty he was colonel of the 42d Ohio regiment, j At thirty-one he was placed in j command of a brigate, routed the rebels under Humphrey Marshal, j ; helped General Bnel in his right at. j Pittsburg Landing, played a prominent part in the biege of Corinth; and i.i the important movement ' along the Memphis and Charleston | Railroad. At thirty-two h...

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Astronomical Weaver. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 13 October 1881

Astronomical Weaver. At a recent mooting of tlie Natural History Society of Bad i-Pest, Prof. Sztly read a "modest dissertion," in which it was scientifically proved that the computation of distances based on tha parallax of tli3 earth, inserted in several of the prominent manuals of astronomy, are correct. The author of thai modest dissertation, the assertion and calculations of which have met with the approval of com pet en I mthorities, is n master-weaver of Ozora, Ferdinand Bematli lo name, 56 years old, and lather of i numerous family, who in his routh had received hut a common jdncation, ami hence must he considered an anto-didact in the fullest meaning of the word. Bernath, as Prof. Szily stated, had reached tlie tge of 26 before experiencing a lesire for profound study, which lie indulged in with great zeal without, however, neglecting his profession. lie began with the Bible and gradually took mathematics, and astronomy, and philosophy, in a dignified letter addressed to th...

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"Scraps." [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 13 October 1881

"Scraps." Tlie man who tills a "long-felt void"—The dentist. The proper place for undressing kids is the hath tub. Circus mules tire educated, because they exhibit bray in. The man at tne telephone office always has a "holhr back." When the dressmaker sends out her bills look out for a dress pay raid. Never hide your li«rht under a bnshel, for a dark-lantern is easier to carry. A New York paper remarks that Dr. Bliss is now epiite a laudible pus-son. Why is a turnpike gate like a dead dog's tali j Because it stops a waggin'. A Milwaukee clergyman asks: "Isit proper pronunciation to sound the r in the word 'dorg.' " Are tiny called pa-drones because they do nothing but draw the money of the little musicians.' Mo"c people should die 0:1 Sat tirday than any other day, as it's the rettfignized end of lite week. Ladies take fur-tive glances at your seal skin sacepies. Tlie iuduatrious moth is grubbing among them. Comet C, blushing—"l do hope I ain't visible to the naked eye. Wish I'd put...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 13 October 1881

JFAG&EH & BBEN£JEL, Gun nnd Lock Smiths, and Machinists* Lirermore Avenue, Livermore. .V largo Mock of dins :incl Ammunition constantly on luiml. Repairing of all kinds and Turning of every description, a specialty. Bet>2&4in. SAWtUEt LEY3T, General Merctaiise A Fine Assortment of FANCY GOODS! Call and sec me. Great Reduction in Prices. KUjEI ill II AIIi I RT F. l' i INK. I ntc C >unuissiuner •>!' Patents. Bkxj. i. O ia«t.»s. Story 1). Ladd. PATENTS. PAINE, grai ton & LADD, Attorney*a'-liiw and Soliritors <>f AinerU i-sni »a»l Foreign Patents. 413 Fifth Street, Washington. Pmctitv patent law iv nil its branches in thr Patetu Uffice. and ibt-Supreiae end Circuit Coutls ut ibe United Suites Pamphlet sent fret*. Homestead . Ipplication. Land Oflce at sun Kr.irci«co. r„] . nep'rmbrr 13 1481. ICaafea I* fcereatf given mm ihe- totfoa-iag ■mated ►ctiler baadied iMMlca al I i- latraiioß ta...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 13 October 1881

HOSTETTEpv J| 811081101 V &ITTE& S Though Shaken In Every Joint And fiber witb fever and ague, or hillious remittent, the system may yet he freed lr<>m tlie tualignant virus witb Hosteller's Stomach Hitters. Protect tbe system against it witli tliis beneficient anti-pas. modic, which is furthermore a supreme remedy for liver complaint, constipation (Jysjn|»ia, debility, rbumstiam, kidney trou'olea, and other ailments. For sale hy all Druggist* aud Dealers gent-rally. c w»yi Cares and n©T«r Disappoint a The world's rrreat Pain-Relieve? for Man and Boast. Cheap, ruleand rollablo* PITCnEH'SCASTOi:rAisr.ot Narcotic. Children fat upon, Mothers like, mid Physicians recommend CASTORIA. It regulates tho Bowels, cures Wind Colic, allays Feverishacss, aad destroys Worms. XJTI DZ KZYZR'3 CATARRH Cure, a Constitutional Antidote for this terrible ma'sdy, by Absorption. Tbe most Important Discovery since Vaccination. Other remedies may relievo Catarrh...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 13 October 1881

THE IMPROVED Daniel Jsest SEED CLEANER! The Best Machine in the Market Capable of Cleaning I,o*>o Sacks a day PRICE REASONABLE. Terms to suit the times. May he seen al work iv this Valley. Apply to J. 11. TAYLOR, QiyuVtf Agent. THE IMPROVED Daniel Best Seed Cleaner! PETER MOY, AG EXT, LIVERMORE. Gu ir mteed to he ihe best clean* r now ofl--ivd for sal»* >n this market. Incapable i.f cleaning 1 OQQ -a< ks of tr»in per day. T*»e be*l is tlie cheapest, aad t 1 >M i- file BESTI I have tin* machine at work in t'ia Valley, where it can be seen at any i inn-. sepl-tf PETER MOV. A rent Alameda Co, branch. —of tiii; — Of California. 922 /HO 924 BfUADWAY, I v o .ii Rank '.' nidi tig) Oak laud. Col rasa Capital, $300. o:>0. 9 0 Cash Assets, SSI 385 7<» The Home. Mutual i-: a California Company, cunliiuog its busineod lo ik«j Pact dc Coast. Over 1.000 shales of ! thi- ('c me "in \ '.- stuck ! ate In I<i hy prominent i&...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 13 October 1881

S. FRANCIS, MERCHANT TAILOR, 1006 B OADWAY, 3 DOORS FROM IOTH. The T3ost is Always tbe Cheapest. ! get up First-Class Work at less money than in San Francisco. Fine selection of Foreign and Domestic Olotlts, Beaver, and Cassimcres, for Dress and Business Suits, made in the Latest Style and Warranted to Fit. Remember the placet Bcnitz Block, 10CG Broadway COMEGYS, BLOCK & 00., GKN Kit \ I t>K A I. I Rft IM Groceries, Hardware, Crockery WDOO AND WILLOW WYRE, IRON, ST.EI, COAL, Agricultural Implements, Paints, Oils, Wines & . Mora Kfc Agents for Matteson § Williamson, J. T. Case, Randolph, Wurii'k, and Genuine Hodges Single Gear Headers, Fish Bros 9 . Wagons, Backeye Mmuers and Reapers, and manufacturers of Header lU\t iters. Machine extras aud sections a special//. Mil* it BLOCK, Livermore, Tnnror i n^poi TOWN LOTS ! TOWI LOTS. -AT— i Reduced Prices ! I T wrrniM hereby Announce tnal I bare kieoe's addition land-, IN THE T()W'N OFLIYERJIOKE. j Aid now...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 20 October 1881

THE LIVERMORE HERALD TIST EVEIR""^"THING IjTEX7TRjr\.Ij IN NOTHING VOL. X. LIVERMORE, ALAMEDA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1881. NO. N

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Our Story Teller. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 20 October 1881

Our Story Teller. BY CHARLES JEFFERSON THOM. WRANGLESVILLE. A NOVEL. rCoutinued.] (HA PTES XXXVI. A description of the people of Wranglesville: "For all the Athenians, sad strangers which were there, spent Iheir lime in nothing else, but either to tell or to hear some new thing."—Act XV: 11-21, King James' version. Thursday night—To-morrow I go before Judge Pratt to be tried on the charge of assault and battery. To-night being in somewhat of a studious vein, and at the same time communicative, I deem it the proper time to round out my narrative; to give to the reader a (dearer, fuller idea of "Wranglesville life. I have thus fur given little else than my own trials and triumph.-. Before going farther with the narra-J tive, it seems but right to reveal more of the inner life of Wranglesville. That keen reader of human nature, Saint Paul, is said to have said of Athens that "they spent their time in nothing else, but either to tell or hear some new thing." J can not so honor the peopi...

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CHAPTER XXXVII. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 20 October 1881

CHAPTER XXXVII. Judge Pratt accidentally kills himself. "A bad business, sir; and where is his poor wife?"— [The. House by the Church Yard. Le Fnuu. And now there was something for the people to talk about; something else than prating about the school-master and tbe preacher. Just as I was thinking what I should do on the morrow, a startling rumor came into town. Wranglesville was astir; the rumor travelled on at electric speed. "Too bad, isn't it?* 1 "Poor Mrs. Pratt. I am sorry for her; she is one of the kindest-hearted women to be j found anywhere.'' "How did Pratt | come to do it, anyhow?" No one knew how it happened. "It was a very unfortunate affair." "Is it really true;'' "Yes, I believe it is, for Dr. Blunt, over at the courthouse, has been sent for. He's coroner, you know. Dr. Bland went over about half an hour ago." These were the exclamations that I had heard, and the explanations ! given, as 1 went to the post office, j more from habit than to obtain ' mail. This evening...

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The Arizona Tramp- [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 20 October 1881

The Arizona Tramp- Last spring Frank A. Miller had a father; he has one yet; he is a civil engineer by profession, and last year he took a contract to do some work in the great Arizona bake-oven. He had spent the last four mouths in that horrid torrid place. Last Saturday he returned to Riverside. He looked like the man who had tarried at Jerico until his beard was grown; his face was burned by the tropic sun; his beard was long and bleached, his clothes were worn, and he presented a generally dilapidated appear ance—so much so that his own mother wouldn't have known him. His experience in Riverside, on his return was amusing. He went to Roe's store, and wanted to buy a jack-knife; Mr. Roe, generaly all politeness, displayed his goods, but | kept an eye on his stock to see that none of it disappeared; no one knew him,, and he, failing to find a knife that suited him, went else where. He called upon hia son Frank at the Blue Front. Frank was waiting on some ladies who live down on th...

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