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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 13 May 1880

Church Notices. First Presbyterian Church. — Rev. Jos. Hemphill, Pastor. Services every Sunday, at ll t A.'M. and 7P. M. Sunday Schoolat 10 A. M. Orgrttni zations. F. & A. M.—Pleasanton Lodge, No. 218 —W. M., Wm A McKce; Secretary. W. H Wright, Aitamont Post Office. Lodge meets at Odd Fellows' Hall. Livermore. Saturday night, on or after each full moon. Vesper Lodge, No 62 AO U w, Livermore. M. W-. I. Horton; G. F., J- Aylward; 0., H. Bailey; Recorder, G. W. Brock; Financier. A J McLeod; Re'er G. E. Kennedy; G, C w Bradshaw; I. M. W. Gibbons; OW, J. Cronkhite. Pleasanton Lodge, N0.255,1.0.0.F.— Henay Morris, N. G.; Ulysses A. Boydston, V. G.; Per. Sec'v; Herman Detjens; Treasurer, John B. Hortenstine; Rec Sec; Chas L Neal. Livermobe H & L. Co.—President J. H. Mahoney; Foreman. W.Jordan; First Assistant, C. Gardemeyer; Second Ass't, Q. Gerst; Secretary, J.F.Meyers; Treasmer.F. Mally. Trustees M. Hupers, P. McKeany, C. Gerst, Anspaeher, 0. Gardemeyer. Niagara N...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 13 May 1880

Town Officials Board of Town Trustees—Geo. E Kennedy. P C. Heslip, G W. Comegys L. H. Cutler, M. Hupeis. Town Justice,—R. W Graham. Town Clerk—N. D. Dutcher. Town Marshal. —Lemen Hilton Town Treasurcr.—W. C. Massie, ChiefEngineer.—E. L.Taylor. Night Watchman.—C. B. Acker. F. MALLY, Dealer in Boots and Shoes, Hats, Caps & Gents Furnishing goods. Also a large stock of Books and Stationery, Cutlery Toys, Musical Instruments, Pipes, Cigars, ana Tobacco. Agent for the Ran Francisco Chroncle, aud all Eastern and California periodicals. Agent (or the Singer Sewing Machine, FIRST ST„ LIVERMORE. Theo. Gorner, DEALER IN Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Collars, Whips, Etc., Etc. Good etook of Driving and working Gloves constancy on hand. Manufacturer of Gorner's Caoutchouc Oil Harpess Blacking. First St., Livermore 21 tf G. W. Comkgys. J. N. Block E. M. Block. Comegys, Block&Co., GENERAL DEALERS IN Groceries, Hardware, Crockery, WOOD AND WILLOW WARE, IROM, STEEL, COAL, Agric...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 13 May 1880

ANSPACHER BROS. DEALERS IN GENERAL Merchandise HAY GRAINFEED, Etc Corner of First and L Street Livermore, Cal for a number of the best insua mpanies in the country. GIVE US A CALL! Anspacher Bros. CURES ALL SCROFULOUS AFFFoTIONS and disorders resulting from Impurity of the Blood. It is ueedless to specify all, as the sufferer can usually preceive their cause; but skin disorder, Salt Rheum, Pimples, Ulcers.Tumors, Goitre, Swellings, etc., are the most common, as well as many affections of the Heart, Head, Liver and Stomach. SCROFULA. WONDERFUL CURK OF BLINDNESS. D. RANSOM, SON & CO.:—For the benefit ot all troubled with Scrotula or Impure Blood in their systems, I hereby recommend King of the Blood. I have been troubled with Scrofula for the past ten years, which so affecttd my eyes that I was completely blind for six months. I was recommended to try King of the Blood, which has proved a great blessing to me, as it has completely cured me, and I cheerfully recommend it to...

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Local Brieflets. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 13 May 1880

Local Brieflets. Jerry Tynel was in town yesterday. A car of Livermore coal was shipped to San Jose, last week. Haying will begin in good earnest within a tortnight. "Don Patricio" will please send real name to this office. The caucus at Exchange Hall, last Fri day evening, was the largest ever held in this town. The rainfall last Monday was .35 of an inch; Tuesday, .38; Wednesday, .12. Total for season, 15.57 inches. Negotiations are in progress, for a match game of base ball between the Mystics, of Oakland, and the first nine of this place, to be played in Livermore, next Sunday. J. H. Mahoney started for Idaho terri tory, Sunday morning, on post-official "biz." He will drop down on Salt Lake, on the return trip. He will be absent several weeks. John Woodhouse and Phil. McVicor, of this place, have obtained situations at their respective trades, wheelwrighting and blacksmithing, in Limerick, San Ramon Valley, Robert Campbell, Jr., of this place, "lit out" for Stockton, Friday, to ...

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Attention Threshers ! [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 13 May 1880

Attention Threshers ! The attention of the threshers of Ala rneda County is called to tbe fact that h meeting of owners of threshing machine;will be held at Livermore at 1 o'clock p m Friday, May 21st, for the purpose or discussing and taking into consideration the advantages and feasibility of carrying out the suggestions advanced in an article printed in this papers couple of weekago. viz: The protection of the threshers ag:iins>. incompetent engineers and separator feeders, fixing tbe prices to be paid hands, establishing uniform prices and terms of settlement with fanners, and other matters appertaining to and regulating the management of the threshing business during tbe coming season. Farm era are also invited to be present and express their views upon the subject. D. 8. Bmalley,L. B. Anway,E. R Jen sen, John Grizklwood, D. C. Kennedy Havwards. J. H. Taylor, W. Yf. Wtn> ana D. Sinclair, Livermore.

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The Town Election. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 13 May 1880

The Town Election. The annual squabble for bucli of the emoluments of office as r town offers, took place on Monday last. The number of candidates was much smaller than usual, there being, in reality, but one ticket fir Trustees, two aspirants forthe Marshalship, and one for the office of Assessor. Two of the seven candidates for trusteeships, were voted for in express oppostion to their wishes, they actually posting notices, declining to serve Following is a list of the officers elected: For Trustees, G. W. Comegys, G. E. Kennedy, John Aylward, C. Gardemeyer, and W. M. Mendenhall. For Marshal, L. Hilton. For Assessor, Hiram Bailey.

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PROS AND CONS. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 13 May 1880

PROS AND CONS. The public debate last Saturday evening was well attended, Library Hall being packed with spectators, and "standing room only" being the rule after half.past eight. Nearly 125 persons were present, fully half of whom were; ladies, the na ture of the question for discussion having evidently excited considerable interest among the fair sex. Seldom has as intelligent and appreciative an audience been gathered at any public entertainment or exercises in ..this place. The strictest attention was paid, tboughout the debate, and trcqivent applause, as telling points were made by the several disputants, showed that the same were seen and appreciated. The question, as |before stated, was, "Resolved, that Woman is»the Intellectual Equal of Man." Wallace Meudenhall and Dr. G. Benton Jarrett argued in theafflrmative, and W. F. Laumeister and W. P. Bartlett, in the negative. Mr. Mendenhall opened in an able argument, delivered with force, and his accustomed ease ot manner. He revi...

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Pleasanton Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 13 May 1880

Pleasanton Letter. May 11th, 1880. Ed. Herald: Mr. Kolb's new Bakery is now .about completed. They are_now building a tine uven in tbe rear of the edifice. The carpenters have about completed the counters and shelving. The Pleasanton Hotel is progressing finely. Plasterers are now at work on the hall over the north wing. Competent judges decide that it will be one of the best halls outside of San Francisco. The ceiling is arched, and measures fifteen feet in the centre. There will be three fine chandaliers. The Race Track managers are making extensive preparation for the race to come off Saturday next, May 15th, with a view of making the best race ever made on track. It will undoubtedly be the most exciting as there is more at any previous race. On Saturday evening there is to be a Sheet and Pillow-Case party at Centenni d Hall, under auspices of the Pioneer Literary Society. This will be one of the most amusing affairs of the season. All lovers of innocent amusement should not fail...

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BORN [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 13 May 1880

BORN Allen.—ln Livermore, May 9tb, to the wife of Eugene D. Allen a daughter.

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MARRIED. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 13 May 1880

MARRIED. Trktzel—-Madson.—At the residence ef C. A. Bmith, near Livermore, on Thursday, May loth, by Justice R. W. Grab:.m, Anna C. Madson to Jobamies 11, Trtlzel, both of this Valley,

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A RAINY DAY TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 13 May 1880

A RAINY DAY TALK. Mr. Editor: On this glorious Uth of May, by the open window which com. mands the most extended view of our beautiful Valley, seated io my easy chair, cushioned alike with rep and horse-hair and the prospect of a plentiful harvest, as I listen to the raindrops patter on the root like Chronicle " small shot," the thought nccurs to me, that, during these copious liquid dispensations, a few drops of Arnold's writing fluid distributed over several pages for tbe benefit of our local paper may not be at all out of pace. As I sit here pen in hand, my soul becomes steeped in thought and its currents begin to flow, like our two arroyos under the impulse ot the rain. Men generally 6eek their inspirations in that which lies nearest to their interests—the painter in beauty of ou«lint!—the musician in harmony of sounds—the politician in the platform of his party—the patriot in the glories of Fatherland. I seek mine in the falling rain, wheat yielding forty bushels or upward to t...

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BAT AND BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 13 May 1880

BAT AND BALL. A match game of base ball was played between the first and second nines of this place last Sunday afternoon, tbe former winning by a most overwhelming majority. The match was made for a regulation ball, the terms being that the first nine shonld double the score of the second in order to-win. But seven innings were played, it being apparent that the second nine were hopelessly behind. In fact during the latter half of the game the members of the victorious club made but little effort at good play. Following is THK SCORE: The Pieasanton Brick Yard has been leased by J. H. Cory, a contractor aud manufacturer, who is making preparationsfor a large business during tbe coming summer. He has let a contract for brick-making to a gaug of forty-eight Chinaman, who bind themselves to make 22,000 brick per day, throughout the season. A steam brick-muking machine Is also to be set to work, thus adding greatly to the production. John Aylward has lately purchased a fine lathe for hi...

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Our Flyers. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 13 May 1880

Our Flyers. THK PLEASANTON TRACK—HORSES IN TRAINING. "POINTS" ON SATURDAY'S RACES —NOTES, AND DOTS. Since the late change in proprietorship of the Pleasanton Race Track, the interest in race matters in this section has received a decided impetus. Nearly 25 horses are in training on the track, a number for the races to take place on Saturday next, and others, for future contests. These are mostly colts, of promise, belonging to farmers of this and adjoining Valleys, which have been placed in the hands of professional trainers, for daily exercise and training with tbe view of developing whatever latent "go" there may be in them. About a dozen horses are now stabled on the track, the balance being distributed among the several trainers' stables in town. At an early hour, on these bright, sunny mornings, the track is a rare scene of bustle and excitement. To "work" between twenty and thirty horses,every morning between sunrise and nine o'clock, giving each sufficient exercise, and the n...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 13 May 1880

LOCAL WANTS. For Male. —One second-hand combined reaper and mower, 1 heavier, and 3 trucks and bods, 1 cultivator, and 1 gang plow. Inquire of J. H. Taylor. Apr. 29, 2t, If yon attend Hie People's Picnic on the loth and 16th. you must remember that you can get your pictures taken on the grounds. Any style, from a card she tin type, to a lilt-size photograph. E. W. Baker, artist. m. H, 2t * Good Xew Milk Goat tot sale lnquiie at this office, or of ?imon Hansen. A wiS I ing givl wanted, for general housework, washing, ironing, and plain sewing, for a small family in the country. A steady position for a trusty person. Apply at this office. Gus. Jahnigen has just purchased a new French Pool table for his saloon, which for~quality and style is unequaled by any iv this section. He invites the public to drop in and inspect it. NOTICE TO TAX PA YERS. Personal Property and Poll Tax is now due, payable at this office. After July Ist, percentage and cost of Collecting will be added. A. J. McLE...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 13 May 1880

C. P B. B. TIME TABJLiI. > LIVEKMOKE DIVISION. : Passenger trains leave Livermore Station as follows: GOING WEST. GOING EAST. : 6:10 A. M. 9:50 A. M. r 1«:15 M. i 3:41 P. M. i ELLIOTT AUBURY, Office first St. next Odd Fellow's Hall 1 Will practice in all the Courts of the State. i Farmers. Attention ! 1 am now established at my new shop. North side of Railroad Track, opposite Freight Depot, where I am prepared to attend to all kinds ot Blacksmithing in its different branches. Gang Plows, Single Plows, Cultivators and Harrows ot every description made to order at shortest notice. Second Growth WhiteHwkory J3ouble and Single-trees constantly on hand. JOHN AYLWARD. Sitter s Fortify the system. And you are armed against disease. The ! finest tonic tor this purpose is Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, which renders digestion counteracts biliousness, and keeps the bowels in order, and so genial and beneficent are its effects, that not only is, the body invigorated and regulated by:i...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 13 May 1880

LIVERMORE COLLEGE J. D, Smith, - - Principal Livermore California. G. BENTON JARRETT, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, OFFICE: OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS' HALL. LIVERMORE, CAL. CURTIS H. LINDLEY, Attorney at Law, and Notary Public, LIVERMORE, CALIFORNIA. dec8-1y J. R. PALMER, Attorney and Councilor at Law. — AND NOTARY PUBIC, PLEASANTON, ALAMEDA CO.. CAL. Prompt attention given to the preparation of legal papers. M. P. H. LOVE, Attorney at Law, and Notary Public. Office: Livermore ave., opp. Brick Block LIVERMORE, CAL. HORTON & KENNEDY, Managers for the Pacific Coast for the man ufacturers of Enterprise SelfRegulating Windmills Perkins Patent; Enterprise Feed Mills., Pumps Cultivators, etc, etc., etc. General Office and supplies Livermore Alameda county, Cal. [P. O Box 125. R. W. GRAHAM, Justice or the Peace and Con veyancer. Special Attention paid to Real Estate Transaction and collecting Arent for the Royal of Liverpool, and Norwich Union Fireinsurance company LIVERMOHE, CAL de...

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SAN FRANCTSCO ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 13 May 1880

SAN FRANCTSCO ITEMS. All of the officers of the Free Public Library have been reappointed by Governor Perkins. Three Chinamen, arrested for havirg visited a place used for the purposes of gambling, forfeited $20 bail each in the Police Court by not appearing for trial. Patrick Fagan, a surety of Treasurer Shaber, in the sum of $5,000, has withdrawn, for the alleged reason that the deputies in the office handling the money are not under bonds. Colonels Woodbams, Smedberg and Wason have been ordered to discharge all militiamen in their respective regiments whose oaths nave not been forwarded to General Headquarters, as required by law. The pilot of the ferry-boat Bay City says that on Sunday morning while the boat lay in her slip he saw about thirty-five feet of the back of a whale rise in the water off Marketstreet wharf in the bay. Edward Neilson, a boy eleven years of age, was crushed and killed between a pilot boat and a tug boat, while swimming off Long Bridge. The body of the la...

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NEWS SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 13 May 1880

NEWS SUMMARY. A rest -l fitted to transport fresh meat from South America to France has been sold toau English company for 111,000 francs. MuKeivey, Keeper of the Reformatory in the State Prison at Elmira, N. V , was stabbed and killed by a convict named EiwardSyinonds. A sub-committee of doctors of Constantinople have presented a report declaring that Colonel CommerofTs assassin was not and never was insane. The sewerage is greatly improved in Memphis, Tenu., and the local authorities declare tueir belief that the health of the city will be unbroken throughout thu summer. The English House of Commons has appointed a Committee to examine the claim of Charles Bradlaugh to make au affirmation instead of taking the usual oath of a member. The general feeling of the Mansion House Relief Committee is that the crisis in Ireland was never more alarming, as subscriptions are falling off, while the distress is increasing. The appointment of the Marquis of Ripon as Viceory of India is receive...

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SAN FRANCISCO MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 13 May 1880

SAN FRANCISCO MARKET. FLOUR—The demand for export is very light as will appear from the shipments since May Ist, to date, as follows : To China, 16.0 0 barrels; Japan, 560; Central America 4,808; Kahalini, 4. Receipts are very liberal from all quarters, and there is a steady tendency towards an accumulation of stocks. Added to these depressing influences is the course of the wheat market. As a natural result flour is dull and drooping, prices tending down. ' We quote, Superfine common, 3Ao@f3 62>£ Supertine, $3 75®? 4 SJ; extra superfine;, |4 12H@{4 25. choice and extra choice, $5 &7>£@s ; Oregon, good to choice, $4 75«5f5 00. WHEAT—At this date last year the situation as compared with *o-day was as follows: 1879. ISBO. Liv. quotations, Bs9d@9*3d. 9slod@los4l Freight rates, 45@505. 40®45s Local market, $1.60®1.67jtf. $1.55@1.60 The freights for spot lots of average, California in Liverpool, md for good to choice shipding iv this city. The local mark...

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