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

D A Mendenliall & Co. Dealers in DRY GOODS, Gloves, Hosiery, Notions, Mil liery Goods, Hats Men's & Boys Ready-made Clothing Gent's Furnishing Goods, Boots and Shoes, AGENTS FOR o?ATxvw ran 13th. 187U Brick block, LIVERMORE, CAL. OUR MOTTO Qnlck Sales and Small Profits. LI VERMORE BRE WER 7 first steeet, livermore, cal. Best of Beer constantly on hand. Supplied by the keg at reasonable rates. W .Jordan, Proprietor Wilkins, the Tailor, || CITY PRICES IU New Spring and Summer Goods ! ! French, English, Domestic, and American. NEW SUITS, LATEST STYLES. Good fits guaranteed, give me a call Post Office Block - - Livermore. GEO. WILKENS. /T\ r— Outfit tsnt f;e© to those who wish to enIn the tiost pleasant and profitable (d) \_) business known. Everything new. Cap tai uot required. We will furnish you everything $10 a day and upwards ii easily "made without slaying away from home over "night. No ri»k whatever. Many new workers wanted at once. Many are making fortune...

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

F. A. Anthony, vaucfactcrer of Tin, Sheet Ironand opper Ware, and dealer in Hardware, >Yooo/ware, and CoaY o\\. Having enlarged and re-arranged my store and shop, I have increasen facilities for the accommodation of all who may favcr me with their patronage. All goods warranted as represented, and satisfaction guaranteed iv REPAIRING AND JOB WORK. Agent for the Improved HOWE Sewing Machine. F. A. Anthony Corner First and Lizzie sts, Livermore c2B Alameda Co. branch. —or THE— Of California. 922 AND 924 BROADWAY, Union Bank Building) Oakland, Cal Cash Capital, $300, 000- 00 Cash Assets, 584, 38576. The Home Mutual is a California Company, confining its business to the Pacific Coast. Over. 1,000 shares of the Company's stock are held by prominent residents of Alameda and Contra Co6ia counties. All Premiums received through this Branch are Dppositedand Invested in Alameda Co. Kates as low ss Solvency and Fair Profit will admit of Losies liberally adjusted and promptly paid at...

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

COMEGYS, BLOCK & CC GENERAL DEAI.ER3 IN Groceries, Hardware, Crockery WOOD AND WILLOW WARE, IRON, STEEL, COAL, Agricultural Implemen Paints, Oils, Wines & Liquors Etc Agents for Mattesoji $ Williamson, J. I. Case, iv. dolph, Wyriclc, and G o nuine Hodges Single Gear Headers, Fish Bros\ Wagons, Backeye Mowers and Reapers, and manufacturers of Header Drapers. Machine extras and sections aspecialy, BKIt/M BLOCK. JL: Termer*. S. FRANCIS, MERCHANT TAILOR, 1006 BROADWAY, 3 DOORS FROM IOTH. The Best is Always the Cheapest I get up First-Class Work at less money than in San Francisco. Fine selection of Foreign and Domestic Cloths Beaver, and Cm meres, for Dress and Business Suits, made in the Latest Style any Warranted to Fit. Remember the place: Bemtz Block, IQQ6 Broadwad New Drug Store. M. A,SCOIT. ROD. W. CHCItCn. SCOTT & C'.URCH, Drugs, Patent Medicines, Toibt Articles, Etc., Old Stand, Kill Square, LIYEHX-ORE. We take this method of informing the peo...

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Local JBrieOeU. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 December 1881

Local JBrieOeU. Rain! And mud!! Foggj- nights. Weather warm. Grass sprouting. Plow s all running. Got the grape fever* Esrly-sown wheat is coming up finely. J. L. Mitchel is ill snd confined t* his jcd. Mrs J. D. Sinclair has returned frem ocr Eastern trip. Our public school clo9es"oo Friday of next week, for a fortnights vacation. Simon Anspacher ol this place Is contemplating a trip to Southern Indiana, in January. W. F. Laumeister' s overhauling and repairing the engine and other machinery of the flouring mills. Dr. J. F. Burdick hss succeeded to the position held by Dr. C.B. Coleman, at the County Infirmary. An extra track-walker has been put on duty in Niles Canyon since the narrow escape last Sunday evening. Prof, Norton will discontinue his lectures at Livermore College till the beginning of the nent term, in January. James Hunter, of this Valley, has gone to Columoia County, Washington Territory, where he has purchased a ranch. During the past ten days, W. P. Bartlett'9 real...

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The Tmhlit: Trial. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 December 1881

The Tmhlit: Trial. Tbe trial ef John Poblitr fcr the mur. der cf John Taylor, a farmer of this Valley en the a-terneoa cf Sunday, the se-.enth dsy of August last, began in department Ne. .wo cf the Superior court befo-o *udg3 Gr-enc on Wednesday ol last week. The -mopls were representee by Dirtrict Attorney Gibscs., Yroonaan and Davis, and Mr. Gla-cock, ol Ca-nnw while A. A. >loor- and W. rr. - Oi this place, appeared fcr the defence. The evidence of the majority c. the eye witnesses of the affray varied t:t little from tbat given a* tho prclitrinr - sramnation. the amy material dl J«sg»°« being made by Poblit:: himself, and Godfrey the "«who ac - sn fP ol £- ied him to Taylor's nlac* Ttey**JJi t-lfied thatTavlor struck Poblitz te c.: time- with bis fist and a barrel stave, before the latter struck Tsylor. Borne witnesses, again, testined bs. had bruits Sn his face ana bead, after be affray: otbers ; who claimed ta have noticed his face psrticulsrly. tha. there were no br...

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

County News. Oakland. All parties wishing to entry the examination for teachers' certificates, on Tuesday Dec. 13th. must register their names at room 5. Court House, Oakland, at least two days before the beginning of the examination. In the case of Wm. Mcintosh, the brakeman killed at Shell Mound, tbe Coroner's Jury on Saturday night, rendered a verdict of accidental death, attaching no blame to the Central Pacific Railroad Co. Tbe funeral took place from St. Mary's Church yesterday afternoon, and was attended by a large concourse of people. The work on the new terminal depot is being rapidly pushed forward with tbe view to occupancy by the first of the year. The tracks are all in place, there being four leading to the bnilding, ana ten within it, three on each of the local avenues. The rooms on the upper and lower loors are all completed except the painting and glazing, a good part of which is already done. The stair cases, platforms, and bannisters are in place, and the carpenter...

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A Marrow Escape- [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 December 1881

A Marrow Escape- The Livermore local train had a narrow escape from being wrecked, in Niles Canyon, last Sunday ever ing. Rain had been failing during the afternoon, nnd some time after dark, a slide occurred fa the canyon, about a couple of miles west or Sunol, covering the track with rock and earth. When Engineer Bradley came round the curve, into eight of ihe slide, he instantly reversed the engine, applied the air brakes, and then, seeing f a strike W39 inevitable jumped free: the machine. Tbe engine struck tbe opposing reass like a battering ram, and scattering the rsckt. pall mcii, right and left, er;.3hid through i >safety. The train econ came to a standstill an-.- the passengers, tho; augbty -cared by tbs Sbocl:, turned out to hunt for the T.ls'ur.g enjin: .r. Ke was found abcut a quarter of a mile behind, trudging after the tram. He had, it appeared, jumped down a high, steep hank, and, strange to say, escaped with but a few severe bruises. Tn the fitful light, h...

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Town Council. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 December 1881

Town Council. Board met|Monday evening, last. pur* susnt to rd;onrnmcnt. All present. The minntea -jf p-e?ion meeting -tier* read aud '.pprcved. The report oi" Town Justice Graham, for month, w»s r°cei»ed and placed o*l fie, Trustee Menoenhail, of committee on additional street Ismps and o:' tank, ashed Jor farther time, which was granted. Bills were allowed, as follows: G. J. Stevens, sundries, $ U.c CO 11. W. Graham, fees *2 00 F. A. Anthony, calarv, etc., 11 4S 3. L. Bagar, salary, ." 68 00 — il-.iton, salary 12? 73 W. • > - Barthtt, print'ag, 15 c>o Voiai ?8i 40 On notion cf Trustee Mendsnhall it was reco'.ved to -mploy an edditi-nol night watchman for another month. Cn motion, G. W. Comegys wta elected Town Treasvrer, v-ce W. c Massie, deceased. On moliou, Trustee Mendenhall was appointed a committee o: one to confer with the merchants of our with re gard to the build ing ef a general rtgaiine* for the storage cf gnjpcwder, kerosene oil, and ctcer e*plosif...

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Kea. Estate. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 December 1881

Kea. Estate. E W Draper to Antona John, 165.59 rcrec, being lets 5, 4, end 5; also SE of Nlf :/ Ofc 6, Tp BULL; ?2,6CC ' J F Larostc, by guardian, tc J P Lacoste, J,815 G5 and 1,1 dC 3* cc.as, being lots 4 and 5, Surcl portion Fl Vcl'.e de San Jose Rancho; (I. Wm. If. Mendenhall to Joseph L.. Hurler, lot 5, block 2-, Livermore, f TC. J. A. Noal to Olena T. Lilvf lot 2, tlk D, Neal's plan, Pleasanton, $180. John Aylward to VV. P. Eartiett, half block of land, Livermore, fv-03. Key. James Mathews, D. C, President oftbeCUy College, Sac Francisco, nil". pro.eh a; the Pro-byteriau Church, this place, next Swncay morning ano evening. Dr. W. S. Taylor, snd w. W- Colealock. who were recently elected ss office bearers in the church, will bj installed into office. There will be communion services in the morning. A gravel walk has been constructed between the post office and Col, Pullen's Hotel. The public school at the coal mine closed on Friday of last week. Our grape lands will soon be teem...

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Resolution*. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 December 1881

Resolution*. The following resolutions were presented to the Board of Trustees and adopted: Livermore. December sth, 1881. Resolved, That with a painful sense of our great loss we hold our first meeting since ths death of William C. Msssie. Resolved, That we gratefully appreciate the faithful services rendered by him, for the past two years, to the people of Livermore, as Town Treasurer. Resolved, Although gone from our midst to quiet rest on the hillside, the busy hands folded, the loving heart still, that the unconscious influence of his preeminently exemplary life inspires us to emulation of its unassuming but rare virtues. Massie still dives. Truth, Virtue, and Purity ot Heart never die. He is on the rosd that has no end. May the God that was with him for the short time that he was with us, continue to guide him for all time. Resolved, That as a tribute of respect to the. memory of our lamented townsman these resolutions be placed upon the minutes of this meeting.

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iteath of Vi m Hclntosb. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 December 1881

iteath of Vi m Hclntosb. Wm, Mcintosh, a step-son ef Thomas Sheldon of our town, and a young man well known in this place, was instantly killed at Berkeley, on Saturday of last week. Mclntooh has for about two years past held the position of brakeman en the Berkeley local road, and was engaged in the performance ot his duty when killed. He attempted to spring from one car to another, lost his footing, and fell, striking on his head, the concussion causing instant death. Mcintosh left a wife and one child.

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MARRIED. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 December 1881

MARRIED. Hatciier.— Crow.—At tbe residence of the bride's father, W. G, Crow, neai Livermore, on Wednesday, Dec. 6th, by Juftice R. W. Graham. Robert L, Hatcher to Sarah J. Crow, both cf this valley.

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

LOCAL >OTI«VKJ*. Fred Mally has just received a large stock of choice new patterns wr.ll paper, Which he offers for sale cheap. * Tinware, crockery, steves, 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 Mally's. * Anthony has just received a new style of the Garland Pange, with extra large oven. Call and se it. * The merits of Mersrs. Horton & Kennedy's Enterprise Windmills are too well known in tl-i:, Ticinily to need special ment'on. 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, cornr, bunions, and chilblains, Etc., Etc. Price S5 cento. * Marshal Mack beeps the only exclusive boot and store in Livermore. * Anthony has added a glass andjerockeryware department to his business. Call and examine. * New supply Gar...

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

Christmas BALL! ROSE HALL, PLEASANTON. o— — f-THE-i AFFAIR OF THE SEASON. o Friday Eve. Dec. 231 On account of Christmas coming this year ou Sunday. by C. H. Dillons Band of San Francisco.^gJ The Hall will be nicely decorated. Supper the best. Nothing omitted to make it enjoyable to all. Tickets, admitting Gentleman and Lady to Ball and Supper, $2 00. Tickets for sale. Rose Hotel, Pleasanton, Livermore Hotel, Livermore. Brokers' Association. [Grand Sale]: By private contract of a large assortment cf new and second-hand Watches and Jewelry, For a few days only, at Thomas' Plcc!;, Mill Square. Come and examine, whether you purchase or not. IMMENSE BARGAINS. All goods sold warranted as represented, or the money refunded, and purchasers will get them for nothing if not as represented. Don't fail to examine them. rjgTHighest cash price paid for Old Gold and Silver. San Francisco business at 344 Third Rt. A. J. SMITH, Manager. SHAKESPEARE Oyster and Chop House, —nt— Post Office Exchange S...

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

J. A. BILZ'S Carriage manufactory, Machine § Blacksmith Shop, PLE A. 3 .A. TOIST, C-A-Xi- ~* TO TEE FARMERS *T PUBLIC GENERAL?, —I HAVE ON HAND A LARGE STOCK OF— Iron Axle Header Wagons, rom Family Spring Wagons, open and with lop. Family Carriages, Ope?i and Top Buggies, Skeletons Sulkies and Breaking Carts, AU this work is of my own manufacture; isguaranleed first-class in eyery particular attention paid to HORSE SHOEING, CARRIAGE PAINT. ING «te CARRIAGE TRIMMING Buy my work and I will guarantee satisfaction Anspacher Bros , and Comegys, Block & Co., are Agents tor my Wagons a Livermore. pr-14 m& en % XS B n r^2R« PLEASANTON, A HUKUA COUNTY, CAt. Charles. Packard, Prop. Low rates for tho Winter months. Driving parties can always be accommodated with Dinner or Suppers. Piano and Dancing Hall for tbe use of the Guests. uovlTtf. Livermore Flouring Mills ] SPECIAL NOTICE. f WOULD hereby announce to the farmers of Murray Township, that I am now prepared, notwith...

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Cost of Serving the People- [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 December 1881

Cost of Serving the People- Il is often very disastrous for journalists and public officials tv right tor public interests when very wealthy cliques or corporations are disturbed iv their i operations by reason of fetich advocacy. There may be the priceless reward of popular approval but there are many chances the other way. This State furnishes many examples of heroism of this kind and many sacrifices in behalf of principle. The eoaseleaS warefare of the old Sacramento Union, against the granting of subsidies, nearly impoverished its owners, bnt saved the State from a load of debt, and the correctness of its course has since been endorsed by acts of all the political parties. Several years ago, the tfArwucfebegan a raid upon the system of stock swindling that prevailed, and the facts that wcro brought to light fell upon the community with the force of a revealatiou. Of course there was a loud outcry against that paper and its accused of doing untold damage to the city, by its waref...

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England's Uiead Supply, [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 December 1881

England's Uiead Supply, There is a large class of opera tjrs in breadstufls who suppose that, because Russia was at one time the chief source of England's wheat supply, that she still occupies that position, and that the United States can only compete witli Knssia by selling at such prices as English buyers are willing tv pay. Even among merchants who should be thoroughly nested on the subject, the question as tv how cheaply we unit sell our wheat in order tv compete in the English markets with Russia is a matter uf daily discussion. If an operator is on the u short side," he insists that the American shipper stands no chance whatever, unless he is willing to allow his customers to make their own prices. On the reverse, if he is "Ion*?" and wants {trices to go up, he insists that inasmuch as Knssia, which he regards as the otdy country outside of the Tinted States that ever sells wheat, has nothing to sell this year, and the detieeney must necessarily be made up by this country, hen...

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Wheat. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 December 1881

Wheat. It is difficult in the present day to realize the fact that wdieat was at one time unknown to America; yet prior to the discovery of this continent by Columbus, there was no cereal in America approaching in nature to the wheat plant. it was not until 15:30 that wheat found its way into Mexico, and then only by chance. A slave of Oortez found a few grains of wheat in a pttreel of rice, and showed them to ins master, who ordered them to be planted. The result showed that wheat would thrive well on Mexican soil, and to-day one of the finest wheat valleys in the world is near the Mexican capital. From Mexico the cereal found its way to Peru. Marie D'Escobar, wife of Don Diego de Chauves, carried a few grains to Lima, which were j planted, the entire product being used for seed for several successful crops. At Quito, Ecuador, a monk of the order of St. Francis, by the name of Fray Jodisi Pixi, introduced a new cereal; and it is said that the jar which contained the seed is still p...

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A Magic Square of Letters. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 8 December 1881

A Magic Square of Letters. We find the foliating in an old scrap-book. It seems to have gone out uf print, and we start it again: TIME. ITEM. MKT I. EMIT. The word time is the only word in the English language which can be thus arranged?and the different transpositions thereof are all at the same time Latin words. These words in English as well as in Latin, may be read either upwards or downward. The English words time, item, meti, and emit (to send forth) are mentioned above; and of the Latin one, (1), time, signifies fear thou; (2),item —likewise; (31, nuti—to be measured; (-Li, emit—he buys. Josh IJilunos: When I was a young man I was always in a hurry to hold the big end of the log and do all the lifting; now I am older, I seize bold of the small end and do all the grunting. About nine-tenths of jour selfmade men are really the product of the country newspaper.

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