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CARD OF THANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 March 1877
CARD OF THANKS. The L*m#m SKdetyhervhy return ♦v. .k«to Mr&lt; R. Campbell and Mr* C. v' Tvhitinore, for Talnabiedonations to the Society. The next meeting of the &gt;&lt; &lt;h ty ;, 1 beheld at the residence of Mrs. Bat--11 EVidar March -;o'h. All memHas V R Fa ctt Se&lt;
THE BOY OF THE PERIOD! [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 March 1877
THE BOY OF THE PERIOD! Mr. Ei&gt;'Ton. now, will you tell me why , In yoor . -:. you came down so hard on I'lhTking about their laces and pads, I Their painted cheeks and shop-made I Di&lt;l.some hoy write that! Some saucy tiling. Because, if the last, it would lose its sting. ' Bui for a hoy, a modern boy, To w rite inch stuff, is really crurl: If I bad him here. I d &lt;o a k his head, And feed him a month on water gruel, i Why. the boy of the period is twice as had As tin- wo: st bad girl of the times can be. Boys! Pooh! the nasty dirty things: Don't go to braggingof boys to me. , All the e"ir!&gt; do is to brighten their beauty. Add to their grace.-, and make themsetves final * BUI the hoys j&gt;:st grove] in vice and filth, i Degmcing the human form divine! ; Look at that urchin down the street! A cigar, in bis mouth, and just reelAnd bawling aloud some ribald song! But he's only fourteen! he's a strippling What will he be when a full gro...
A Dangerous Adventure. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 March 1877
A Dangerous Adventure. [WRITHES SOU THK J.IYKKMOKK BKKALD.] On the Coast of Northern Caliibr- ! nia. fronting with weather-beaten breast the vast Pacific Ocean, is a great promontory, rearing its head to thi" heigh* of two thousand feet from the water below. Rising sheer from the I reakers at high water, Gold Bluff, as ;it is called, is hut the termination of I conglomerate chains and ranges of I mountains, so broken as to make the 1 country inland one of the roughest ever j trodden by ii - e foot of man. The traveler from Eureka to Cres- ! cent City, must pass between this bluff ' and the breakers. Inland, ho man j could pass. At low tide, this is c:&gt; tirely feasible, the entire distance, ! about ten miles, being easily crossed ' before the tide rises sufficiently to pre- ! vent. But Ike passage is not without danger, by any means. Many who had attempted it had never afterwards been se&lt; □ alive, perishing, none knew how. 3XCept by surmise. I had lived in Calif...
WHAT WE SAW AT THK CENTENNIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 March 1877
WHAT WE SAW AT THK CENTENNIAL. Ko. 8. C, KP.MAX EXHIBITS —OOXCT.ITiF.D. They showed some elegant glasschande- ; Iters and some specimens of church windows, which seemed peculiarly ricdi and soft in color as if the shades belonged to i the material of which the glass was made, ; instead of the coloring matter being incorporated with the surface as in most cases. One of the most attractive displays in the whole building was that of coloring materials. First, a monstrous block of ultramarine, surrouuded by all the kiu- ! died shades and tints, from this deep color, so deep that it seemed impenetrable, shad- ! ing off lighter, lighter, lighter, until compared with the mother mass we almost doubt whether they are really blue at all, j or whether they only catch the tint from ] its reflection ; then a case of dyes of hard, metallic appearance, fairly stony in their shimmering reflection of the light running through all the grades ot the different colors so gradually that the difference co...
HORSE SHOEING. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 March 1877
HORSE SHOEING. I am now successor to Beazell ft Crowell. in thoir shop at Livermore. where I am prepare;! to attend to horse shoeing in all its branches, and make it a specialty. Special attention paid to interfering and over-reaching horses: also to pumice feet, sand cracks, quarter ck«, teach/ toe corns, canker and thrush. From a long and successful experience in the bnaineea of shoeing. T can warrant satisfaction to those who may favor me w hh their patron a &lt;re. John Ayi.ward, Livermore. Lately of the Mission San Jose.
World's News Condensed. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 March 1877
World's News Condensed. Pacheeo has been Uecreed elected. Counterfeit dimes are in circulation in Oakland. The Staffordsville (Conn.) dam burst yes. terday. Loss $:$,000,000. Two lives lost In Cuba the insurgents are still in force, and have lately gained some advantages. The Grangers propose to hold an educational convention at San Francisco next month. Waahburne is to he recalled from France at his own request. He wants to come home awhile. An extra session of Congress w ill he required at an early day, to make necessary appropriations. President Hayes is winning golden opinions from all sides. He is evidently wise, firm and moderate. A. Oakey Hall, ex-mayor of New Yoik. and participator in Ring frauds, has mysteriously disappeare L The entire business portion of Humboldt wells, Nev., was destroyed by fire, on the 24th. Loss not ascertained. The two opposing Governors of South Carolina have been sent for to Washington, with a view to a settlement of their differences. The Turk is ...
Page 4 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.: arrive Pleasanton 3: arrive Livermore 4. Engage seats. Bankrupt Sale. Estate ok Hknky 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, tJ. S. Gold Coin, following discribed property. One 16-foot Stockton Header, nearly new. One 4 Horse Harrow. 2100 Hand-sewed grain bags. J. CHADBOFRNE. Assignee. AYLWARD &amp; TAYLOR, GeneraY YUac\s\\vU\\s, And Manufacturers of Agricultural Implements AND FARM WAGONS. Main St., Livermore. R.i? ermore Brewery, FIRST ST., LIVERMORE. The people of Livermore and vicinity, will lie supp...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 March 1877
Anspaclier Bros., DEALERS IN GEXEItAL MERCHANDISE, Including a Full Stock of Furniture ! and Agricultural Implements, Corkkb of L and First Stkkkts, LIVERMORE CAL. (Jeneral Commission Merchants. Hay and Grain received tor storage, and bought at highest market rules. OFFICE OF THE Western Union TELEGRAPH COMPANY. We represent the following reliable Insurance Companies: JEtna, of ilarWorA:, Yiremans Yuna, of San Yranevsco*, NorUi BrUisVi antV ;N\eveantA\e,o£ London anvV Yj\\\\\Ayur£iv, UamVmrg an&amp; "Bremen. Co. Alameda Count v BRANCH OF THE Home Mutual Fire INSURANCE CO. Office—-9&lt;U BroaAwax Si. Oakland, Alameda County. CASH CAPITAL, 1300,000 00 CASH ASSETS, Sft9ft,29l 54 INCOME 1875, $465,905 29 Solid in Assets, Fun liable in Hates, Conservative In Management, Prompt In Adjustment and Payment of Losses. R. 11. MAG ILL, M ANAOKK. H. A. CPvAIG. Secretary. t AY. W. Haskki.i, Special Agent. Particular attention paid to insuring GRAIN IN WAREHOUSES, ETC. JOHN L. KITC...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 March 1877
A. M CHURCH, Justice of the Peace, Notary fubllc and Conveyancer. OFFICE:—IX WAsiiiSoToS UOTKI. BUI.OJNO, I.: VKUUIiIiK VAti Money Loans Xegotiatcd. Collection* carefully attended to, and limit!, ia\ s promptly made. l&gt;ll &lt; L. We LB AX, OFFICE at livsioKNri:, LiSStt Stkki.t, Poor &lt;»k Skco-nd, Livermore. Cal. Carriage Work Every Description of AGR CULTURAL IMPLEMENTS M.\l&gt;K and Kkcaiiiki). CA B IITA GE rA IXTISG. N. B. HOLMES, PROPRIETOR, \ Corner L and Second Streets, Livermore. Misses MACDOXALDS, FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKERS A\D MILLINERS First St., opp. Odd Fellows' H» 1, LIVERMORE. We hereby inform the ladies of this section that we are prepared to do all kind&gt; of sewing and millinery work. The latest styles of all goods in our line always on hand, ami furnished at the lowest prices. FUIINITU HE, WINDOW SHADES* Wall Paper antl Picture Frames. UNDERTAKER. COFFINS and Metallic Caskets ! Constantly on hand. Bodies Einbakued. GEO. E. ...
Local Brieflets. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 March 1877
Local Brieflets. Raln : : : : The man who grumbles is multiph ihg. A large crowd is expected in town on Saturday. Tin- first wool shipment of the season was made last week. Hadn't so ne of our street dogs better be a*) hyuxatedr The man v illi hay to sell is smiling from eyebrows to toes. Thousands of cords of wood are piled in town, awaiting shipment. John Aylward Will soon inclose and improve his lots on L Street. The highest point touched by the thermometer last Week was s s The moon was encircled by a rain predicting ring last night; Rev. ('. W. Anthony will preach at the Presbyterian Church next Sunday. Livermore's four schoolniisires-es are 1 enjoying their week's vacation abroad. Anspaeher Laos, have given their warehouses a most improving coating of whiteLarge quantities of wood are being hauled from the banks of the Army a Vatte. Every railroad building in town, from depots tO Too! bouses, have been new ly j painted lately. G. Weed has begun suit before Justice ] Church aga...
THE SOIREE PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 March 1877
THE SOIREE PARTY. The of a series of soiree socials, given under the direction of Messrs. Bronson iV. Daggett, of San Jnsc. took place at Palace Hall on Friday evening last. To say that this party was a grand success, would be but to faintly express ourselves in its praise. It is not merely the size of an assembly I that makes it pleasurable, nor always good ' music, but an (indefinable something which I seems to lurk in the air, inspiring all with an overflow of happy spirits, and tending Ito sociability. The most austere w ill feel j this influence, and unbend themselves for the nonce. The term "social," then, : as applied to this occasion, was most fitting, i Many met that evening as str ngers, and parted as acquaintances, while in other instances, acquaintance was cemented into About O.'tOn. m., some thirty-five couples of the elite of Livermore and vicinity having gathered, dancing commenced, and was participated in with a will. The buoyant spirit of the occasion, to which we b...
Arroyo Valle and Livermore WATER COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 March 1877
Arroyo Valle and Livermore WATER COMPANY. This Company takes its water from the j Arroyo Valle, at a point about five miles j Booth of town. It charges nothing forwa-! tor, and seems to make little effort to get custom. It we may jndge from its surveys, estimates ami plans, it has hardly conimeneed operations, and seems in no haste |to do so, the supply of Livermore being ' apparently a raere preliminary, for thcpur- ' pose of seem ing the water of the Arroyo \ Valle. This water right was taken up by Thos. I Hayes and one Nougucs, in 187:}, though nothing more than wasal»solutely neccssaiy for holding it was done until the following year. A point tor diverting the water was selected by A. li. Bowers, the engineer, •Inly '27, 1*74. This point is at an elevation ;of 84 6-10 feet above town, though the wa- ! ter has temporarily been taken from an el- | tlon of but 58 feet. The Company is ex--1 exceedingly reticent concerning its future , operations. From July 27th, 1874, to Aprd of the...
REFORM! REFORM! [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 March 1877
REFORM! REFORM! I — Reform! Reform! 'tis best begun, By first reforming number one; It' that job's above your reach. How shall you the nation teach? That accomplished, you may fry 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, How shall the great camel follow? If you can't prevail at home, Never dare abroad to roam. Applicationjwas 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 complain- ! ant. Upon hearing the complaint, the | Jus...
COUNTY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 March 1877
COUNTY NEWS. Queen and Ids menagerie have departed from Haywards 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' latest attempt at journalism to it. Main Street, between Calhoun and I&gt;, Haywards. is being tilled in to the grade of its houses A culvert S feet in diameter, and 194 in length, is also being built. We an- pleased to notice that Rev. J. T. Wilis, who had been inveigled into the management of the local department of the Haywards branch of the Newspaper Imitation speculation, has withdrawn therefrom.
LOCAL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 28 March 1877
LOCAL NOTICES. Dress good* for the coming series of : soiree socials, at Anspaeher Bros.' * | Cash will buy your Groceries and Hard- | ware cheaper at G. W. Comegy's, than you can buy them in San Francisco. * i Soon Advice. —When you buy a Windmill. take the Enterprise-Perkins in prefer* | ente to others. Horton Jfc Kennedy. * i It is economy to buy the best Wind. . mills and Pumps. Horton &amp; Kennedy 1 kc-ps 'em. * Anspaeher Bros.' ladies' parasols do r.vicßY Sol, in fact. * J. Yostrovsky has just received a large stock of Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, etc., which lw marks low down, for cash. Call. * (Tents' light Spring and Summer hats at Anspaeher Pro-. * Just received, choice Eastern Hams at G. W. Comegy'.s Brick Store. * Call on Levy, the tailor. * J. Yostrovsky has just received from the east a large stock of Gents' and Ladies' Hats, Parasols, etc., which he marks low down for cash. * Talk is cheap, but facts are candid. Go to the G. W. C. and see. * Levy wants to make...
Page 5 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' L'nion, for the purpose of electing Directors for the ensuing twelve months, and transacting other important business, w3l be held at the office of the Union, on Monday, April 9th, 1877, at 2 P. M. W. W. Winn, Pres. F. IL Fussett, Sec. I. O. O. F.—Livermore Lodge. No. 219 meets even - Thursday evening, at 7^ 2 ' o'clock, at Odd Fellows' Hall. Sojourning Brothers are cordially invited to attend. Ceo. E. Fkeeman, N. G. N. D. Di tcher, Rec. Sec.