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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 March 1877

Cheap Fares FOR FAMILIES! SUNDAYS ONLY. A Stage will start from Fashion Stable, Livermore, Sunday, Apr. 1st, for Dublin, via Pleasanton, and return. Fare, round trip, $1. Children half fare. Babes free. TIME TABAE. Leave Livermore 9 a.m.: arrive Pleasanton 10: leave Pleasanton 11 : arrive Dublin 12 m. Returning, leave Dublin 2 p.m..: ar rive Pleasanton 3: arrive Livermore 4. Engage seats. Bankrupt Sale. ■ ; Estate ok llknhy E. Corbet, Bankrupt. The undersigned Assignee will sell at Public Auction, on Saturday at 2. o'clock P. M. April 21, 1877, at Pleasanton. Alameda Co., to the highest bidder for cash, V. S. Gold Coin, following discribed property. One 16-foot Stockton Header, nearly new. One 4 Horse Harrow. 2100 Hand-sewed grain bags. J. CHADBOI RNL. Assignee. AYLWARD & TAILOR, GeweraY B\ac\s\wv\A\s, And Manufacturers of Agricultural Implements AND FARM WAGONS. Main St., Livermore. Uvermore Brewery, FIRST ST., LIVERMORE. The people of Livermore and vicinity, ! will be ...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 March 1877

Aispcler Bros., DEALERS IN GENEIiAL MERCHANDISE, Including a Full Stock of Furniture and Agricultural Implements, Corner of I. and First Streets, CAL General Commission Merchants. Hay and Grain received tor storage, and bought at highest market rates. OFFICE OF THE Western Union TELEGRAPH COMPANY. We represent the following reliable Insurance Companies: JEUia, o£ ilarU'ord; Yiremaua Y\\uv\, of Saw Yrawcvseo; North British am\ MeveantWe,o{ Loi\t\on aiu\ EdinbvirgVi*, Hamburg and Br emeu Co. Alameda Coimtv BRANCH OF THE Home Mutual Fire INSURANCE CO. Office—-$24 Tkoav\wa\ St. m Oakland, Alameda County. cash capital, $noo.ooo no CASH ASSETS, ?.">«.•">.-_>!' 1 ol INCOME loTo, $465,905 29 Solid in Assets, Equitable in Kates, Conservative in Management, Prompt in Adjustment and Payment of Losses. R. H. MAG ILL, Manaoer. H. A. CHAIG, Secretary. W. W. llaskei.!. Special Agent. Particular attention paid to Insuring GRAIN IN WAREHOUSES, LTC. JOHK L. KITCHEL, A...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 March 1877

A. M CHURCH, Justice of the Peace, Notary labile and Conveyanceroi'KU X:—IN \vv» ;:ni;tox hotel Ml tloino, I.: VKUMIrtiK ( A!,. Money I/.ana Jlegotiated. Collect! «W carefully attended to, nail runittiavs promptly made. DB. ( L. afcLEAX, OWiCV. AT KVSIDKWE, LIZ7.IL StREKT, Foot ov Skconui Livermore, Cal. Carriage Work Every Description of AGR CULTURAL IMPLEMENTS Mass and Ukpaolkd. CARRIAGE rJIXTIXG. N. 13. HOLMES, PROPRIETOR, Corner L ami Second Streets, Livermore. FASH TONABLS DRESSMAKERS A\D MILLINERS First St.. opp. Odd Fellows' Ha 1, LIVERMORE. We hereby inform the ladies of this section that we are prepared to do all kinds of sewing and millinery work. The latest styles of all goods in otir line always on hand, and furnished at the lowest prices. FURNITURE,. WINDOW SHADES* Wall Paper anil Picture Frames. UXBEWf AKER. COFFINS and Metallic Caskets, I Constantly on hand. Bodies Embalmed. GEO. F,. FREE&aX, oddfellows' hall m ii.mm;, Livermore, Cal. A Clean Share ix a Eu...

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Local Brieflets. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 March 1877

Local Brieflets. RAIK : ! : : Tlie man who grumbles is multiplying. A large crowd is expected in town on Saturday. Tlf first wool shipment of the season was made last week. Hadn't some of our street dogs better be nsj h< nxated ( The man with hay to sell is sailing from Thousands of cords of wood are piled in John Aylward will soon inclose and improve his lot- on L Street. The highest point touched by the therTho moon was encircled by a rain predicting ring las) night. Rev. C. YV Anthony will preach at the Presbyterian ('liurch W \» Sunday. Livermore s four schoohniistresses are i enjoying week's vacttion abroad. I Anspaeher Bios have given their warehouses a most Improving coating of whiteLarge quantities <f wood are being hauled from the bank- of the Arroya Valle. Every railroad building In town, from depots to tool bouses, have been newly painted lately. 6. Weed has begun suit before Justice Fhurcta against K. Draper for js-.'T.TO. due him as Wag P' ttsantoa...

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THE SOIREE PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 March 1877

THE SOIREE PARTY. The first of a aeries of soiree social*, given under the direction of Messrs. Branson & Daggett, of San Joan, took place at Palace Hall on Friday evening last. To say that this party was a grain! success, would be but to faintly express ourselves in its prai.-c. It is not merely the size of an assembly ; that make- it pleasurable, nor always gcxal music,but an undefinable something which seem- to lurk in the air. inspiring all with an overflow of happy spirits, and tending to sociability. The most austere will feel thi- influence, and unbend themselves for the nonce. The term "social," then, as applied to this occasion, w as most fitting. 1 Many met that evening as str ngers, and parted as acquaintances, while in other instances, acquaintance was cemented into j friendship. About 9:30 p.m.. some thirty-five couples of the elite of Livermore and vicinity hay- ! ing gathered, dancing commenced, and was participated in with a will. The buoyant spirit of th...

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Arroyo Valle and Livermore WATER COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 March 1877

Arroyo Valle and Livermore WATER COMPANY. This. Company takes ils water from the Arroyo Valle. at a point abbot rive miles South of town. It charge* nothing for water, and seems to make little effort to get custom. If we may judge from its surveys, estimates and plans, it has hardly com menced operations, and seems in no haste ito do so, the supply of Livermore being apparently a mere preliminary, for the purpose of securing the water of the Arroyo j Valle. This water right was taken up by Thos. I Hayes and one Noagues, in 1873, though nothing more than was absolutely necessary for holding it was doneHntil the following year. A point tor diverting the water was selected by A. B. Bowers, the engineer, July 87, *<N74 This point is at an elevation of 84 0-10 feet above town, though the water has temporarily been taken from an eltion of but 58 fhet The Company is exexceedingly reticent concerning its future operations. From July 27th, 1874, to April of the follow ing year, th...

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REFORM! REFORM! [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 March 1877

REFORM! REFORM! Reform ! Relonn! 'tis best By first reforming number one; It' that job's above your reach. How shall you the nation teach? That accomplished, yon may try With your township, by and by ; Keep the village moral, good, And its laws well understood. Then the County take in hand, And accomplish something grand ; See that courts are good and true. And even handed justice do. Now the State shall feel your power, Taxes shall come lower and lower; Schools of learning shall arise. And honest worth receive its prize. Now the nation you may grasp, Competent for all at last, Put corruption to the rout, And turn the rascals all about. But if the gnat you cannot swallow, Row shall the great camel follow f If you can't prevail at home, Never dare abroad to roam. Application] wa- made to Justice Church on Saturday last, by J. R. Phelps, for a warrant for the arrest of Louis Pink, on a charge of assault and battery on complainant. Upon hearing the complaint, the Justice decided that i...

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COUNTY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 March 1877

COUNTY NEWS. Queen find his menagerie have departed from I lay wards on a Summer tour. Haywards boasts of a six-footed horse. And those two extra pedals are just about as necessary to him as Haywards 1 latest [ attempt at journalism to it. Main Street, between Calhoun and I>, Haywards, is being tilled in to the grade of its houses. A culvert S feet in diameter, i and 194 in length, is also tafcaj; built. j We are pleased to notice tha'; Rev. .1. T. i Wills, who had been inveigb <1 into the ! management of the local department of the Haywards branch of the Newspaper ! Imitation speculation, lias withdrawn therej from.

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DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 March 1877

DEATHS. Bkemont.—At Livermore, on the 24tn Inv . Johanna Belmont, act. 16 veara.

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LOCAL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 March 1877

LOCAL NOTICES. ! Dress goods for the coming series of soiree .socials, at Anspaeher Bros.' * ' j Cash will buy your Groceries and Hardj ware cheaper at G. W. Comegy's, thau you '. can huy them in San Francisco. * S< v xd Advice.—When you huy a Windmill, take the Enterprise-Perkins in preferj ence to others. Horton A' Kennedy. * i It is economy to buy the best Wind- \ , mills and Pumps. Horton «k Kennedy 1 keeps 'em. * j Anspaeher Bros.' ladies' parasols do I'Aicky Soj., in fad * J. Yostrovsky lias just received a large '. stock of Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, etc., which h<i marks low down, for cash. Call. * Gents' light Spring and Summer hats St Anspaeher Bros. * Just received, choice Eastern Hams at G. W. Comegy's Brick Store. * Call on Levy, the tailor. * J. Yostrovsky litis just received from the east a large Stock of Gents' and Ladies' Hats, Parasols, etc., which he marks bra down for cash. * Talk is cheap, hut facts are candid. Go to the G. W. C. and see. ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 March 1877

Election Notice. [ LIVERMORE FARMERS' UNION. The annual meeting of the Stockholders of the Livermore Farmers' Union, for the purpose of electing Directors for the ensuing twelve months, | and transacting other important busiBS, will he held at the office of the Union, on Monday, April 9jh, 1*77, at 2 p. M. W- W. Winn, Pres. F. R. Faaat tt, Sec. I. <). (). F.—Livermore Lodge, No. 219 met ,- even- Thursday evening, at I\i \ o'clock, at Odd Fellows' Hall. Sojourning ; Brothers are cordially invited to attend. Geo. E. Freeman. N. G. N. D. Dct< her, Rec. Sec. ■■■pqpfapaHßHaMpHßaaa

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 March 1877

The trotting stall km, HELL ALTA, will | j stand tor man s the present season at Mar- . ' tin Mendenhall's tanch, one mile west of Livermore, Alameda County, and on Tues- i days at Dublin. ; Season eommenees March 10th, and ends ; July Ist, 1*77. I TEH.MS for the season, $25. ) Description.—BELL ALTA— known as Mendenhall'g Colt—was sired by William ! seal's Old Belmont; is a dark bay, sixteen hands high, in IH«U be distanced all the ! : three year-olds at Santa Clara. In ltJ62 he j | carried on the purse for four-year-olds in i j San Francisco. In 1S(!4, at the grand stallion parade, at San Lorenzo, Alameda County, he distanced all other stallions. I He also distanced Sawyer's stallion, at the I County Fair, at Pacheco. He is the sire of Henrietta, who trotted I a mile in 3:22% when five years old : also. lof some of the fastest horses raised in the i State. MARTIN MENDENHALL. | An Unparalleled Business Growth I WHAT MAY RE, CAN HE, AND WAS AOCOMrUSKEO IN LESS THAN ONE TEAK. Messrs....

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 March 1877

JOSEPH J ACKER, CrUM & ErIK X *7IITH. Repairer of aval tag machines, musical instruments, and small machinery, FIUST ST., XK.Ut NORFOLK LI VEST STABLE, Livermore. Washington Hotel CORNER FIRST AND X.STREETS, Livermore, Cal. THIS ROUSE IS NICELY FUR. nishcd, and affords first-crass arcorfr: inflations Ea every reapectt The rooms are pleasant, and the table* are kept on the Rkstaihaxt Plan. Hoard and Lodging by the Day, £1.00 to $1.50. snmus meats ~>o f-r<. kxd \v. A XT OX BAB It li L L / A /, Proprietor. 8.5.5 t(7s;; •/::.-,. ; P. (). VICKERY. Augusta, Kaine FA9HIOI LIVERY _ STABLE. W. H. HARRISON 6\ W. S. SMITH, PROPRIETORS, First st. f Fast of Odd Fellows Hall LIVEBAIOBE, < SINOI.E AND Ihuhlk TKAMS, AM) ROCKAWAY'S TO Ll !'. Particular attention given to Boarding and Shipping Stock. Low Charges, and First-(ias< Accommodations. A practical Yotcrinan Surgeon iaalways to he found here who will give his entire attention to horses p...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 March 1877

I r ii r. LIVERMORE A twenty-eight colanin journal, reprc* tentative of the raterests, and m> voted to the development ofthc great Livermore Valley, and the welfare of it* merchants, artisans. , i* a Home Paper forFamHy Reading, Hie Eerald will be Uusu'-passed. ■ I In the HhtRAXD, the advertising fcetn munity will find a medium in which tolav their wanf> and l>u>incss intelligence before every iarmer in this Valiej-, and the sur rounding country. SUBSCRIPTION RATES : $3.00 per Annum, IN ADVANCE. Fine Job Printing A SPBCIALTy. ' » i » i i a ft m m M *** *-< ' » W w. ~#

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ARTESIAN WELLS. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 March 1877

ARTESIAN WELLS. The fuulic wi bare of a great portion of the S ate of California depends almost s- lely bi on the solution of the great water problem. Throughout the gr. at San Joaquin Valley, wh< re the crops are worthless three y< tn out ol five, negation scheme- of every desori[»tion are on the tapis. Plan* for 1 ringing wafer ! v dreds of miles by ditches are pr< posed, in one instance at a cost to the laud to be irrigated, ol ten d liars per acre. But lbs water once brought, al solute certainty ol god crops every year is guaranteed. R*tf ii >ri'iv oMier nirt- < f th«" State needed livid is resorted to, namely: artesian wells; Wh r rer borings have been "i:ide in level vail. y», surroumh d by hills fir a plentiful supply i f wati r hr:s been fhe result. Very few f.ilur s bare oeeurreW. which can-Art.-si.in well boring is, as yet, in its infancy : but it is destined to coun prominently to the fn rj in the r. clamation of dry ...

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A SUGGESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 March 1877

A SUGGESTION. The town of Livermore is I lid out iut (regularstreets,crossingeach other at right angles, and each bearing (or supposed to bear) a name. But we would defy any one, not gifted with second sight, to from their own observation, discovi r what the name ot' any i articular throughfore may b■. Except in one or two instances, there ar no street signboards whatever. This is not as it should be. The east of a c arrpkjte set of etn el guided oards v.- uld mit be great,in comparison with the benefit to 1 c di rived then from. Let the Town Council take some action iv regard to this matter.

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DOES IT PAY? [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 March 1877

DOES IT PAY? Does it pay for any nation to let a portion of its people accumulate milti n- cf m< Bey till they become int'oxilosc all «• Bsc? mv. all honesty, all truth, all humanity, and patriotism, and so descend into vulgar vice and ostentation, that they become a mare and a danger to society? Does it pay ti let others 1 ecome SO poor and ignorant and degraded that they arc given We 1 eliove not. We think the great R -public Should set I M-Uds tO both. aid ma it impossible to pass these bounds. The px vernmcnt rests upon It is menaced by the corrupt rich, and by the degraded poor. Self preservation should leach us to disci ttrage this dangerous class ;-i every way. How i> it to ' c done? By heavy taxes on laTgc estates. By relieving tie lori f all the burthens we can. By securing • & eduction and trade to every child Lor i in the country. No child of America should be , t . r . u h.i d :o $rr\ w up a natural pauper. If the i Brents cannot prevent...

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OUR POPULATION. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 March 1877

OUR POPULATION. Om.lity. and n «t quantity in p pa!*T > ore-iTvo our liber ties, we ne d a , : ! ; vr;or p -pl'. Uwe degenerate public. But we should ma! can i ffort to improve. We sh- uld .-hut out a!! very interior people, and endeavor to ■ t j„ » 0 we have. Our national . .... ( ; t .,, tM;i u osou.it. Am rica must 1 it to the improvement of the raeo.

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