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

F. A. Anthony, yiSITACUBER OF Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware, and dealer in Hardware, >iVoot\ware, auA CoaVOtt. Having enlarged and re-arranged my store and shop, I have increasen facilities for the accommodation of all who may favor me with their patronage. All goods warranted as represented, and satisfaction guaranteed in REPAIRING AM) JOB WORK. Agent for the Improved lIOWE Sewing Machine. F. A. Anthony Corner First and Lizzie sts, Livermore c2B branch. t —OF THE — Of California. 922 AND 924 BROADWAY, Union Bank Building) OakLiud. C'ai Cash Capital, $300, OJ9- 00 Cash Asses, 581, 35576 The Home Mutual is a California Company, eunfimng U3 business to tte Pacilic Coast. Over 1,000 shares of the Company's stock are held by prominent residents of Alameda ami Contra Cos..a counties. All Premiums received through this Branch are Deposited and Invested in Alameda Co. Kales as low as Solvency and Fair Profit will admit of Losses liberally adjusted and promptly paid at points w...

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

M. F. MACK'S, BOOT & Emporium. Come and see THE HERCULES. For Farmers, Laborers, and median ics. GENTS' FURNISHING Q-OOIDS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. NEXT DOOR TO TfJE DRUG STORE. FIRST STREET LIVERMORES. F. AUCTION MILL SQUARE, LIVERMORE. A FULL ASSOKTMENT OF BOOTS & SHOES, CLOTHING, I AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOCDS, ETC., Constantly on hand. tyi guarantee to sell chuapeb than any other STORE «N LIV ERMORF. Fanners will save money Ly buying their winter at this house O.i'.: PRICE TO ALL. C. S. VICTOR. llai.bi.iit F. Paine, Late Commissioner of Patents. Benj. F. Grafton. Stoky B. Ladd. PATENTS. PAINE, GRAFTON A LADD, Attorneys at-law and Solicitors of Ameri-. can and Foreign Patents. 412 Fifth Stkkkt, Washington. Practice patent law in all its branches in the Patent Office, and the Supreme aud Circuit Courts of the United States Pamphlet sent free. General HerGhanisAe A Fine Assortment of FANCY GOODS! Call and sec me. Great Reduction in Prices. aui'll-tt Notice to Cr...

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

Executrix* Notice of Sale of Real Estate. ■vfOTK'K I BXRRBTGIVEN THAT PUli- ]\ snant to the order of the Superior Court, in uui fur the City and County of s>an Francisco. Stale of California. Department No. 9, 'Probate), made ami entered iv the natter of the. kstate of William O'Brien, deceased, on the-jist day of November. 1881, the Undersigned, Annie M.O'Brien. Kxacutrix of the last > ill of said dfeeacfd. will soil at private Mia, on or after Thursday the *8d day of December, 1881, tbe following real property belonging to said deceased aud to hit- said total <•. tO-Wtt : ITRST — All that certain tract, parrel and piece of land, situate partly in tin; county of Alameda, and partly in ihe eonnty of ban Joaquin. Mate afor d, and more particularly described as fottows: Section number seventeen (lti in Township number two (t2) south. Range number loot . i East of Motml Diablo Base and Meridau, coo taiatag el* hundred and forty (640) scree mora or lee«,...

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Local Brieflets. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 December 1881

Local Brieflets. Christmas neareth. Fine plowing weather. Hosts of straugcrs in town. Look out for the next public debate. Our public school closes on Friday. J. L. Mitchel is about again, after his recent illntss. Now let's grade Main Street and Livermore Avenue. Miss Del fins Berne] is home from School for the Holidays. Twenty-seven carloads of wheat, aggregating -JOO tons, were shipped from Liverinote to-day. Dr. Geo. Bernard will receive 50,000 grape cutting*, of the choicest wine varieties, tbe first of next weekLarge quantities of jjrape cuttings are now being received by our grape men from Napa and Sonoma couuty. Gardemeyer Bros, will soon begin the election of Ihe two story addition to Luyteu's brick bl< < k. Early sown grain is just tearing itself out of th<- ground by the roots, in its auxietj to dim ip ward. It's curb us w hat a big; noise a small boy can make with v tin trumpet. Smaller the boy, the more noise. The total rainfall for the ...

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

County News. Contra Costa New* Lee Lamp, a young man twenty years of age, was killed by the accidental discharge of a shotgun,"while bunting on his father's ranch, the old Magee place, in Moraga Valley, last Sunday. Haywards. Journal. There has been a reduction of fare to San Francisco, from this place, Saturdays aud Sundays. Cistro Valley and the surrounding hills are (lotted over with new buildings. If the country fills up as rapidly the next few years as it bas duiing the past summer a new town will be iv existence in that part of the county. West Side Items. Tracy News. The railroad company is filling in with earth the trestle-work on the west side of the San Joaquin River, between Bantas and Lathrop. Mrs. Emily Pitts Stevens has been lecturing in Tracy, and is said to have pronounced it "a tough town." G. A. D. Buschke, the harness-maker at Tracy, formerly an employee in Theo. Gorner's shop at Livermore, contemplates going East. Eurelius Ladd, of Ellis, had his leg broken below...

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In Memoriam. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 December 1881

In Memoriam. At a stated meeting of Mosaic Lodge, No. 218, P. tfc A. M., held in Livermore, December 10. 1881, the following preamble and resolutions were adopted, and ordered published in the Livermore Herald. [ Again the summors of Death has been ' heard, and our worthy brother and Junior Warden has passed from us to the spirit I laud. It is proper that we who survive him, and who honored him, should place on record, to be laid up iv the archives of our lodge, our appreciation of liis truly exalted and exemplary character, his conscidncious discharge of every duty, and of his many moral, Christian and Masonic virtues. We feel that our words are inadequate to express our sorrow at bis loss, aud that we can only reader our poortrioute to his memory by recounting and imitat.ng his many worthy deeds while in this lite. In his private aud public lelations he ever manifested an amiable and genial disposition,always watchful for the welfare and happiness of his associates. He was unobtru...

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The Poblitz Case. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 December 1881

The Poblitz Case. The jury in the Poblitz case came into Court at midnight, Saturday, and announced to J uuge Greene that an agree ment was impossible, whereupon it was discharged. Eleven of the twelve were for acquittal, one holding implacably for a verdict of manslaughter, despite every effort to induce him to change his views. On Monday Poblitz wrs released from jail on his own recognizance, with bail fixed iv the sum of $5,000-

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MARRIED. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 December 1881

MARRIED. Fitzgerald—Donlan.— In Livermore, Dec. 12th, by Rev P. Power, Miss Mary Donlan, of Dublin, to Mr. George Fitzgerald, of this place.

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DIED. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 December 1881

DIED. Power.—ln Livermore, Dec. 13th, Michael C. Power, a native of Ireland, aged 32 years. Cook—ln San Francisco, on Friday, December 9th, Mrs. Bellita Cook, a sister of Mrs. J. L. Mitchel, of this place.

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

Heal Estate. S Ladd et al to J M Jones, P on Sec 9, Tp 3, S R ii E, Murray Tp; $115. J W Koltinger and wife to J P Rathbone. 7 acres in Pleasanton; $1,100. Pacific Mutual Life Ins Co, to F Lawlor, lots 12 aud 13, Smith & Grant tract, Livermore, Murray Tp, $250. Thos Floyd to Jane Floyd, his wife, SW V 4 Sec 36. S~RB E, Murray Township; gift. John Smith et al to Michael and John Mulqueeney, lots 1 and 2 of SW % Sec 30. and % Sec 31, Tp 2, S R 4 E; grant. C Duerr & G Nusbaumer et al, to E Elltgott, 100 acres, portion plot 2, Sunol portion El Valle de San Jose Rancho; $5,---397. Eben C. Farley is spending a few days among his many friends and relatives in this section. He is handsome as ever, and hasn't fallen away a whit since his retirement from the Supervisoral clerkshin. Two Gang Plows for Sale. —One a Myers, and the other a Henry Smyth gang. John Atlward. Dec. 15. Choice grape cuttings for sale. Ap- : ply to vy. p. Bartlett. Two houses to rent. Atply to W. ...

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

LOCAL KOTICES. Fred Mally has just received a large stock 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 a Mally's. * Anthony has just received a new style of the Garland Range, with extra large oven. Call and se it. * The merits of Messrs. Horton & Kennedy's Enterprise Windmills are too well known in this vicinity to need 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 aud shoe store in Livermore. * Anthony has added a glass and;crockeryware department to his business. Call and examine. * New supply Garland stoves...

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

QhristmaS —AT — ROSE HALL, PLEASANTON. o J-THE-J AFFAIR OF THE SEASON. o Friday Eve. Dec. 23d. On account of Christmas coming this year on Sunday. tyMusic by C. H. Dillon's Band of San Francisco.^J The Hall will he nicely decorated. Supper the best. Nothing omitted to make it enjoyable to all. Tickets, admitting Gentleman aud 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 of new and second-hand Watches and Jewelry, For a few days only, at Thomas* Block, 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. cash price paid for Old Gold and Silver. San Francisco business at 344 Third St. A. J. SMITH, Manager. SHAKESPEARE Oyster and Chop House, —IN — Post Office Exchange Saloon...

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

J.A.BILZ'S Carriage Manufactory, Machine § Blacksmitli Shop, TO THE FARMERS PUBLIC GENERALY, —I HAVE ON HAND A LARGE STOCK OF Iron Axle Header Wagons, From 1^ x t ° 9 2 * iBCh Family Spring Wagons, open and with top, Family Carriages, Open and Top Baggies, Skeletons Sulkies and Breaking Carts, All this work is of my own manufacture; is guaranteed first-class in every particular attention paid to HORSE SHOEING, CARRIAGE P\l\ T T« ING & CAR RIAGE TRIMMING Buy my work aud I will guarantee satisfaction Auspacher Bros., and Cornet s, Block & Co., are Agents for my Wagons a Livermore. PLEASANTON, ALAMEDA COUNTY, CAL. Charles L. Packard, Prop. Low rale? for tba Winter months. Driving parties can always be accommodated with Dinner or Si.ppers. Piano and Dancing Hall for the use of Ih. ?»?"■ mtIW. Livermore Flouring Mills SPECIAL NOTICE. I WOULD hereby announce to the farmers of Hurray Township, that I am now prepared, notwithstanding all reports to the contrary to ma...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 December 1881

Theo^Gomer, harness, Saddles, Bridles. Collars, Whips, Etc., Etc. Good stock of Driying and working Gloves constantly on hand. Manufao urer of Gorner's Caoutchouc Oil Har ness Blacking. First St., Livermore NEW WOOL AND GRAIN. Commission, House J. H. CONGDOX & CO., No. 6 Steuart Street, S. W* T i our friends aod the wool-growers-and farmers geuerally : Having es, tahlished ourselves in a general com, mision business of the sale of WoolGrain, Brans, live stock. Hides, Pelts, Tallow, Alfafu Seed, etc. A strie, attention to the business, as well as a careful study of the iuterests of the wool-growers and farmers, during our experience of 12 years with the wellknown house of Miller & Co.. enables us to anticipate the wants of the consignees. We shall do a Commission Business EXCLUSIVELY, gi ring personal fa, tontiontoall consigomeuts. Our atcilities for handling the obove mentioned articles are unsurpassed, and we think we can make it an object for our friends to...

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TO BE SHOT AT SIX. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 December 1881

TO BE SHOT AT SIX. THE MELANCHOLY FATE OF A FRENCH WAR CORRESPONDENT IN TUNIS. One of the special correspondents attached to the French expedition against the Kroumirs, in Algiers, was Camille Farcy, well known as a brilliant writer. He lias long been connected r ith La France, one of the leading Paris journals. The army which he was detailed to accompany was that of General Forgemol, a martinet, entertaining the most rigid ideas regarding discipline. Before the expedition left Algiers, he, in conjunction with Genaral Vincendon, concocted the following pledge, which all the journalists were cbliged to sign: J, ? promise upon my honor to transmit no information whatever, cither by telegraph or by mail, or by any other moans, without first having submitted my manuscript to the examination of tbe officer commanding the expedition, or to such officer or officers as he may delegate that power to. I further agree that any failure to keep this pledge will expose me to the rigors of martial...

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A Coon vs. §50,000. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 15 December 1881

A Coon vs. §50,000. Being in a tobacco store on Gravier street, New Orleans, Colonel Sam Boyd fell to praising his blooded dogs of the bull terrier species. His extravagance provoked the remark from Colonel 1). A. "Wilson, a bystander, that his colored porter owned a coon that could whip any dog in the city. The talk became a dispute, and the dispute grew, and out of it came a wager. The light took place at Nelligan's, once the great sportingcentre in New Orleans. The rules for the combat were drawn up regularly. Boyd led out a bull terrier named Sam. The dog weighed thirty-five pounds. He was a terrible thing of bone and teeth. The coon was a veteran, with long claws and teeth and heavy fur. The bets ran: $1,000 to 8500 that the coon would give in in ten minutes; $1,000 to 8150 in twenty minutes; $1,000 to §100 by the watch. Several buckets of water were placed in the ring for Andy's benefit. By the time that all was in readiness $50,000 had been staked on the result, and the bette...

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

sfOSTETTEKV In Hosts of Families Hostetter's Stomach Bitters is as much regarded as a liouseliold necessity as sugar or coffee. The reason is that years of experience have proved it to he perfectly reliable in those cases of emergency where a prompt and convenient remedy is demanded. Constipation, liver complaint, dyspepsia, indigestion and other troubles are overcome by it. For sale by Dnujgists aud Dealers, t© whom apply for Hostetter's Almanac lor 1882. "ESTABLISHED IN 1852. L. P. Fisher's NEWSPAPER Advertising gency, Rooms 20 and 21 Merchant's Exchange, California £7., S. F. "ry B.—ADVERTISING SOLICITED * for all newspapers published on tbe Pacific Coast, the Sandwich Islands, Polynesia, Mexican Ports. Panama, Valparaiso Japan, China, New Zealand, the Australian Colonies, the Eastern States and Europe. Files of nearly every newspaper published on the Pacific Coast are kept constantly on h;uid, and all advertisers are allowed free access to them during business hours. El KHALI) m...

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

O.AlDWall&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 CriTHrru jvxa 13tb, 1871) Brick block, LIVERMORE, CAL. OUR MOTTO Quick Sales and Small Profits. LI VERMORE BRE WER V first street, livermore, cal. Best of Beer constantly on band. Supplied by the keg at reasonable rates. W .Jordan, Proprietor Wilkins, the Tailor, CITY PRICES !!! New Spring and, Summer Goods!! French, English, Domestic, and American. NEW SUITS, LATEST STYLES. Good fits guaranteed, give me a call Post Office Block • ■ LiTermore. GEO. WILKENS. Sr— Outfit etnt free to those who wish to enr\lS«g* i« tho most pleasant and profitable \J) business known. Everything new. Caj. •w not required. We will furnish you everything $10 a day and upwards ia eai>ily made without playing away from home over night. No risk whatever, lill new workers wanted nt once. Many are making fortu...

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