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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 2 July 1879

{SHERIFF'S SALE. Christopher Smith, } Plaintiff. | vs. John Haetaiuaon. Michael ;- No. 4441Muitpueny, John 000 i and ... ; Hoe, | DeL.udautB. j ORDER OF SALE AND DECREE OF foreclosure aud sale. Under and by virtue of an order of sale and decree oi ioi jelusOre and salt- issued oat ol tne District Court ot tbe Third A udicial District or Uie biute t>i \. alilornia. m auu for the County of Alameda, on the yen day of April. A-D.' 167:'. in ibe above entitled tCUuto, whereiu Christopher btuith, the above named plaintiff, obtained a judgment and decree of loruelosure and sale against y olin HacumauL: aud Michael Abihpieeiiy, attendants, on the Olh da} ol March, A. O. tick lor the s,nn i;l six v iiul/ed aud forty-live and 92 IJO dollars iv United Mutes Gold Coin, beoidee taxes, costs, counsel lets and interest, which said decree was, on the ',(h day ol March, A. JL>. 1579, recorded in Judgment Book F of said Court at page 007. 1 am commanded to sell till these certai...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 2 July 1879

Cluireh Sot ire*. First Presbyterian Church.—Rev.C W. Anthony, Pastor. Services heid every Sunday morning, at li o'clock. Sabbath School meets an hour before services. Organizations. F. & A. M.—Pleasanton Lodge. No. 218.— W. M., Wm A SteKee; Secretary. W. II Wright, Altamont Post Office. Lodge meets at Odd Fellows' Hail. Livermore. Saturday night, on or after each full moon! LfYK.RMORK Lodge No. 219. I. O. O. F —Meets every Thursday evening, at bo' clock, at Odd Fellows' Hall, Sojourning Brothers are cordially invited to attend. H. Bailey, N, G.; ND Dutcher, V.C.; Geo Brock Rec. Secy; T Gorner, Permanent; R. W. Graham, Treasurer Pleasanton Lodge, N0.255,1.0.0.F.— J. R. Palmer, N. G.; Chan L Neal y~.G. ; H Moiris-Rec Sec; L Lester, PS; J. B. Walton, Treasurer Livermobe H & L. Co.—President J. 11. Mahoncy, Foreman. A. Mueller; First Assistant, C. GardenieyerSecond Asa't, 0. Smith; Secretary, S. Waterman; Treasmer, F. Mally: Board of Trustees, John Aylward, C. O...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 2 July 1879

TOWN OTS FOR SALE, within the corporate limits of the TO JVN OF LIVERMORE located only two blocks from, Rail Road. Post Office, Churches and Public SchoolsBUY A HOMESTEAD CHEAP! Villa Lots Containing from 1 to 7 ACRES, adjoining the corporate limits of the Town of Livermore Within half a mile of railroad depot. Level land, soil suitable for fruit, ornamental trees, and shrvbbery. DESIRABLE LOCATIONS for HOMESTEADS Also, a FARM Of 160 ACRES OF land, situate with in on mile of Livermore. Living stream of pure water thyear round. Proructive agricultiiral land. Considervble timber of best quality An excellent location for family. PERFECT TTTEE TO AIL THE ABOVE TERMS LlBERAL—Onefourth Cash, balance on time, to suit, with interest at 0 percent per annum. Maps, abstract of Title and, all other desirable inforni'Uion, furnished personally, or by mail, by applying to HIRAM BAILEY, AGENT, At the office of C. H. L TXDLEY, Attij, at Livermore. Pasturage. 'Che undersigned hereby announces that h...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 2 July 1879

F. M ALLY, Dealer is Boots and Shoes, Hats, Caps & Gents Furnishing goods. Also a large stock of Books and Stationery, Cutlery Toys, Musical Instruments, Pipes, Cigars, and Tobacco. Agent for the San Francisco Chroncle, aud all Eastern and California periodicals. Agent for the Singer Sewing Machine. FIRST ST., LIVERMORE. Theo. Gorner, oa.vi.Kit in Harnes^ Saddles, Bridles, Collars, Whips, Etc., Etc. Good stock of Driving and working Gloves constantly on hand. Manufacturer of Corner's Caoutchouc Oil Harness Blacking. First St., UTermore nov 2t tf * OLD, TRIED, AND TRUE People arc trettlre nernisintert—and IkcM who ire not M Ik —with '.lie wonderful merits ol .hut great American Remedy, the MEXICAN Mustang Liniment, FOR MAN AND BEAST. Till? ttMtamt verynaturally WlglftlUH In Amer' ea, where N-ituro provide s in her labul wtnry Kb narptfWag antidotes for .he maladies or bcrch dreii. Its fame baa been, spreading for Si yea: until nov,' it encircles tlie habitable globe. The ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 2 July 1879

AISPACHEB BROS DEALERS IN GENERAL Merchandise, HAY GRAIN FEED, Etc Corner or First and L stkkkt, Uuermore, €al. for a number of the best insurance Companies in the country. GIVE US A CALL! Anspaeher Bros. TAYLOR & SON. Blacksmithing AND Wheelwrights LIVERMORE, CAL. All kinds of work in our line done PROMPTLY, And in a WORKMANLIKE MANSE li Horse Shoeing: a Specially. ft SUBSCRIBE Every farmer in Murraj Township shoulclsiibscribe for and read the Livermore Herald, the Uveiest, spiciest, and most intenely local paper in Alameda County. It is constantly laboring tor the best interests of the section of country it represents. Contains the latest news of the town, township, County, State and world. Terms, dollars y3i:.

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Local Brieflets. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 2 July 1879

Local Brieflets. 'Rah for the glo-o-o-rious Fourth ! RieriffTyrrel was in town yesterday. Blacksmiths are doing a rushing business. Mi-s Annie Morse is visiting relatives and friends at this place. E. S. Sproul is building a neat cottage oear the depot, st Suaol. The recent cool, damp weather delight - < th the hny press manipulator. A big red boot swings in front ot Hack's shoe establishment. J F Meyers was re-elected trustee of Livrmore school district last Saturday. F R Fa!»sctt has been elected to the pnnc'palskip of the public school at this place, George Lindy runs a wagon to and from the celebration grounds all day on the Fourth, Tho 0 P is burning all the dry grass ami rubbish alon-r, the track and about the depot at this place. Rather cool, frisky winds prevailed on Sunday and Monday, and a thick mist enveloped the foothills. Mrs. Rod. W. Church, nee Miss Mattie MendenhaU, is visiting her relatives and friends in Livermore. The celebration exercises on the Fourth...

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Celebration Programme. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 2 July 1879

Celebration Programme. We republish below the literary programme of the celebration to be given at Chapos Ranch on the Fourth of July, by the J. B. C, of this place: 1. Address by President ot J. B. C. 2. Reading of the Declaration ot Independence JC. J. Thorn. 3. Music. "America" Livermore Band. 4. Recitation, "The American Flag," Wallace Mendenhall. 5. Vocal trio, "Star Spangled Banner," ... .G. Taylor, H. Spencer, J. Tavlor. 6. Oration W. P. Baitlett 7. Music, Patriotic Airs. Livermore Band. 8. Original Poem, John Hayes

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Oakland Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 2 July 1879

Oakland Correspondence. Oakland, June 30th, 1879. Editor Hkkai.d:—The political convent ions have thus far been generous to Oakland and Alameda county. First the Workingmen chose, as you have already seen, several of their candidates from Alameda. Then the Republican convention chose F. If, Campbell, the present erlicient Supt. of Oakland schools, as their candidate tor State Supt. of Schools, and J. W. Shanklin for Surveyor General. There were several other Alameda county candidates before the Republican convention, but no more worn wanted. Then the N. C. P. convention chose three of their candidates from Alameda Co. Two Associate Justices of the Su preme Court, Alex Campbell and C. A. Tultle, and for Surveyor General, F. J. Clark, of Livermore. Tuttle received the Workingmen's nomination for the same office, but declined. The Republican candidates are the most numerous. The said convention will ha w e a chance for making a pick, even if it is a foregone conclusion that most of the...

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A Lady`s Views on the Bug Question. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 2 July 1879

A Lady`s Views on the Bug Question. Editor Herald: —I am glad you arc cultivating a garden, so you cau sympathize with all those who are afflicted with that voracious iusect, Nematus Veutricosus, — commonly known as the June bug—which is doing much injury to fruit and flowers. I have found the insects dead ia large numbers under the white petunia, thereby substantiating what Mr. Horton said. But there are many wiser ones who prefer a life-giving diet of aud other good things. To these we must upply the remedy of white hellebore root, powdered, dusted over the leaves, when moist with dew. I think this a safer remedy than Paris green. There is no poison from using hellebore, if the fruit is Washed. I tried Mr. Fath's remedy of ashes upon a cucumber vine alive with bugs. Out they came. Then 1 whirled them round and round with the sprinkler, until I concluded that should a flood come, there would be no need of an ark to save his bugship. Etymologists tell us that they feed molt aud burr...

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Pleasanton Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 2 July 1879

Pleasanton Correspondence. Pleasanton, July I, 1879. Ed. Herald:—Weather cool. Farmers are now cutting grain. The yield of grain will be fully up to the estimate. Our grain merchant, Mr. Weller, has on exhibition iv his office, a buuch of oats that is seven feet three inche? tall. Mr. S. B. Martin has let out his cutting and threshing to parties in San Ramon. This will throw a great many of onr town hands and harvesters out of employment. They arc about through cutting hay on the Baker & Whidden ranch. They are now getting a new set of hay presses and will begin pressing and shipping in a day or so, Our old friend and cttizen, Mr. J. W. Dougherty, is now rusticating among the lakes and wilds of Shasta, or thereabouts. The Atkinson ranch improvements are progressing finely. The large barn is nowreceiving its fiulshing touches The fenciug is under full headway, and the new residence is starting. The Chadbourne residence is completed. By the way, our merchant Mr. J. E. Stov...

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Accident at Haywards. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 2 July 1879

Accident at Haywards. The town of Haywards was the scene of a terrible accident last Saturday, in which three men were very seriously, if not fatally injured. A large bridge has been in course of construction, by the county, across the San Leandro creek, at the end of a street in the town, and was to be completed this week. About 2:30 p. m., last Saturday, while the carpenters were on top of the frame work, engaged in tightcuing the rods, the bridge, not being sufficiently braced to hoid up the heavy timbers, suddenly gave way, and fell into the creek, about fifty feet below. There were on the structure at the time, John McMullen, the contractor, James O'Donnell, Chas, McDonald, Eugene McCann and John Lundberg, carpenters. The two latter were but slightly injured. Lundberg was cut in the face by a timber, and McGann had i n ankle spraiued by the fall, which was a miraculous escape, he being thrown about eighty feet from the top of the bridge to the creek. John Mc Mullen went down wi...

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That Hall of Records Question. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 2 July 1879

That Hall of Records Question. The result .of the investigation regarding the alleged failure of Messrs. Burner & Young, contractors for the mason work of the uew County Hall of Records, to comply with the specifications for the work, has led to much remark throughout the county. While we cannot ourselves condemn the action ot the Supervisors iv the matter, believing, as we y do, that they did as as they considered for the best interests ef their constituents, it must be admitted that the charges were in a measure proven. Iv at least three instances it was shown that deviations had been made from the specifications, iv each, to the advantage of the contractor. But on the assertions of witnesses that the changes would add to, rather thau detract from the strength of the edifice, the charges were ignored. But we would suggest that if an}' pecuniary advantage is to accrue from these alterations, it should be to the county, and not tho contractors. Clinton Day, the architect...

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Poll Tax Notice. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 2 July 1879

Poll Tax Notice. Notice is hereby giveD to all persons in Murray Township liable to pay poll tax to do so at my office at the Washington Hotel, (Livermore) before the Ist day of July, 1879. Such tax will become delinquent on that date, and will be raised to $3. W. H. Wrigut, Asssessor of Murray Township,

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BORN. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 2 July 1879

BORN. !Jahntgen. —In Livennore, June 25th, to the wife of Gustav Jahuigen, a son. i «_____■_——_■ mmmmmmmtmmmmmmm

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 2 July 1879

Dressmaking. I would inform the ladies of Livermore and viciuitv that I am prepared to execute orders for fashionable dressmaking. Children's suits made and a fit warranted. Cutting by Taylor's System. Mrs. Magna re. Two doors east of the Washington Hotel, Livermore.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 2 July 1879

C. F B. B. TIME TABLE. LIVRUMORE DIVISION. Passenger trains leave Livermore Station as follows: GOING WEST. I iSOING EAST. 6:10 A. M. 10:05 A. M. 3.15 P. M.| The delicious Fruit Cathartic—Dr. J. de Prati s HIIBIBG PIGS (medicated; can be obtained at the Drug .Store of Dr, L, H, Cutler, price 25cts per box. Ask the Dr. tor circulars regarding them. Do not fail to try them. To Let. House and seven acres of land at reservoirs, mile north of Livermore, with privilege of water. Fine stand of barley on land. Apply at once to John Atlward. Pre-Emptioii Declaratory Statement. Land Office, 1 San Francisco, Cal., v July Ist. 1879. \ "VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE following-named settler has filed notice of his Intention to make final proof in suj port of his claim, and secure final entry thereof at ihe expiration oi thirty days from the date of the first publication of this notice, viz: Francois C'ourdet—Pre-emption Declarutery Statement No. M 742 for the 8. %of SW. Sec. M, T. 88. R. 1 wes...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 2 July 1879

ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE. , Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of art order of the Probate Court of the County of Alameda, State of California, made on the 2nd day of June. IST9. in the matter of the Estate of Michael J. Samuels deceased, the undersigned, the administrator of said estate will sell at public auction to the hit best bidder Tor cash in gold com of ttie United States, and subject to confirmation by sni(! Prol>ate Court, on Saturday, the 12th duy of July. MR*, at ii oclock M, at the front doer ol tho county court house, iv the citvof Oakland, m the county of Alameda. Alt the right, title, interest and estate ol the said Michael J. Samuels a me time ofhis death, and all the right, title a»d int-rest that the *aid estate has by operation of law or otherwise acquired other'than or in addition to that of the said deceased at the tune of his death, in aud to all that certain piece or parcel of land situate, lying aid being in Murray Township. State...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 2 July 1879

LIVERMORE COLLEGE, J*. D, Smith, - - PHndjM»l« Livermore California, G. BENTON JARRETT, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SUBGBON. OFFICE: OPPOSITE ODD PF.LI.OwV HALL. LIVERMORE. CAL. CURTIS H. LINDLEY. Attorney at Law, and Notary Public, LIVERMORE, CALIFORNIA. daclMy J. R. PALMER, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. - A Nil NOTARY PUBIC, LEASANTON, ALAMEDA. CO.. GAL. Prompt attention given to the. preparation ot* legal papers. M. P. H. LOVE, Attorney at Law, and Notary Public. OFncE: Livermore aye., opp. Brick Block LIVKHMOUE, CAL. HORTON &~KENNEDY, Managers for the Pacific Coast for tlie man. utaeiurers of Enterprise SelfRegulating Windmills Per kins Patent; Enterprise Feed Mills. Pumps Cultivators, etc, etc., etc. General Office ami supplies Livermore Alameda county, Cal. [P. O Bex 135. R. W. GRAHAM, Justice of the Peace and Con veyancer. Special Attention paid to Real Estate Transaction and ollecting Accent for the Royal of Liverpool, and Norwich Union Fire Insurance company LIVERMOR...

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SAN FRANCISCO ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 2 July 1879

SAN FRANCISCO ITEMS. The U. S. Mint is undergoing tbe usual annual repairs. Great preparations are being made for a _ **glorious Fourth " in Ban Fraucisco. Daniel O'Ltary and Peter Crocsland to-nigbt began a tramp of seventy-five hours, for $5,---000 a aide. For some time past a series of petty robberies have taken place, the thieves succeeding by getting into basements of houses. Arrangements have been made for a grand Fourth of Jaly masquerade ball at the Mechanise' Paviliou. Elegant and costly were effered for the beat costumes, etc. The Rev. Joseph Cook prqecbed on Sunday •veiling at the First Congregational Ghurcb, Dr. Stone's, on u The Certainties of Religion." The sermon was one of great power and beauty. Howard Si M. E. Church was crowded to Its utmost capacity on tin occasion of a farewell reception to Francis Murpby, who is about making a tour of tlie interior to farther tbe tempersuuo oause. The pedestrian furor has not subsided. Another tramp was begun at Piatt's Hall a ...

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