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BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 July 1880

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. Oakland. June 29th. 1880. The Board met at ten o'clock A.M. pur «<aant to adjournment. Chairman Smith and Supervisors Clement, Dusterberry. Marlin, Green, McClane. Myers and De pntv Clerk John C. Marsh were present. The miDUtes of the preceding meeting were read and approved. REPORT OF DISTRICT ATTORNEY ON* THE CLAIM OF H. B. STEA NO. . To the Honorable the Board of Supervised ot the County ot Alameda: Oakland, JuDe 28th 1880. Gentleman ; Tne reports, four in number, of H H. StraDg, Esq., form erly Rord Overseer of Dublin Road District in Murray Township. Conuty of Alameda, and the claims accompanying said reports, amounting in the aggregate to two thousand three hundred aud thirty-two dollars and fourteen cents (§2,332 14) and covering a period oi lime commencing on the Gth day of July 1875, terminating ou the Slat day of December 1877. heretofore reported tome for opinion and have be»«u considered. Tbese ideutical reports and the accompanying claim...

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Is the Farmer Responsible for the Deterioration in the Quality of Our Grain ? [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 July 1880

Is the Farmer Responsible for the Deterioration in the Quality of Our Grain ? LtvEßifoßE. June 80th, 1880. Ed. Herald— Dear Sir: I see it stated in your last week's paper that a meeting of the members of the S. F. Produce Exchange was heid at Sau Francisco, Juno 12th. to take into consideration what can he done io improve t!:e quality, Condition, and cleanliness of California wheat, the body condemning in very strong terms the present system of farming. Now. injustice to myself aud many others, I ask tue privilege of making a few remarks through the Herald, in our own del c use. Tbe President of the Produce Exchange stated tbat California wheat had depreciated in value in the European markets, and that when it was fl rat introduced, it commanded a premium over tne best, wheat from other coun'i i es; and that this sad I result tutu oter. caused by slovenly farm* ing in this Plate. Such as shallow plow* ing-. ana dishonest threshing and sacking, and by planting of the s*me land in con...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 July 1880

Celebration! 1773. _ JXTLYSO. . 18M j | ITBUC LIBRAKI ASSOCIATION, I tl lite Kooen Livermore <>■< r, , PROGRAMME. Overture ... tr) baud ' ! S'ar Spaogled H inntr I ii OHM I I Orft:ion .i 1 R Pam*". o1 Pleeai itoa } Pnp-n. .. .A Hiv*" T . private sue. f*-'~. Perkins i j Hail Colombia. Cnoras j Declamation . ..... .v\ r La ameist* r , America . rsa j j The exerc-sc* wi!: close with tn*- •■? i li i ofthe ce!*or*t*d ANVIL CKOSt?B, lv twelve £fui>m* r i. upon >ix aaviia ' '■ Tbp tnbles cOtttiuß sSi tin- deiica ; eies cf tht 1 fv.iti. i A Gra>t> Ball ' -will he given e.t Palace Bail tha wen- ; imj. Erunsen'a i*u*:i hacd, oi Ban • Jore has bet'n far th* «.<va- | moo TICKETS $! I | JTo rhnrge for to the groncdn I j Moonlight PICITIC. Chapos Ranch, ISUHOAY, JULY 25TH, 1880. Afternoon and Evening. j SHNOORIS'bAND, as usual. | TUE BOSS PICNIC of tbe SEASON, jly 1, 4 t. Jimmy Johnson. Fre-Emptioji Decla ra t...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 July 1880

PROBATE yOTICB. IS THS SUPERIOR COURT OFTHECOUNty of Alameda. State of California. Department No. 9. In ihe matter of tbe e»tate of John .Tone*. De-eoa-e'j. Notice for publication of time appoint ed !< r jrilt. etc. Pnr»ri<ir i to an order ofenhl Court, made oa »he 10th d >••if J(too. A l>. 1390. notice :» here*> given, thai, Mocdav. Ihe '2ih day of Jbi> .A. D 1880. Jat IDo'eloclt, a. of said day. and the Court rc.Ti rf-iid court. SI the ( fart Hoa*eir. theCi'y cf Oakland, in thecov.nty of A':f.rneda. nave reea I*• : • :!--»o »# the time aud p.ace far proving 'he wiii < i .L iin .lone*. and tor Hearing the apt 1.-ation Of Snttl Joi.e* for tbe l*»nanc»* to him of Letter* le-tanentary. when _at d where any person interested ms ap;>ear and contest the came. ANDKRW Ki'DKrt. . K rk By L li YA lEs*. Deputy C ierk. J R Palmer auoraa* for the eetate. Dated, June )oth. IPSO. Jl7 3t. frustees Sale. On appl...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 July 1880

ANSPACHER BROS. DEAL ERR LN GEIVEIUXi Merchandiss ILiY GRIN FEED, Etc. Corner of First and L Street L'wermore, Ca\. for a number of tbe best ineue ance mpaniea in the country. GIVE US A CALL! Anspaeher Bros. pURES ALL SCROFULOUS AFFFCTIONS and disorders resulting from Impurity of the Biood. It ia need lets to specify all, aa the sufferer can usually preoeive their cause; but akia disorder, Salt Ivueum, Piujpies, Ulcera, Tumors, Goitre, Sweiiings, etc., are tiie most common, as well as mauy affeetioos oi" the Heart. Head, Liver and Siomacli. SCKOFILA. WONDERFUL CERE of BLINDNESS. D. RAKSOM, SON & CO.:—For the lienefit of ail troubled with Scrolula rr Impure Biood iv their systems, I hereby recommend King of the Blood. I have oeea troubled wilh Scrofula for the past ten years, which 30 affected 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, aud I cheer f...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 July 1880

Ctmrrti Xof Sees. First Presbytkrus Chdrch. — Rev. Jos. Hemphill. Pastor. Services every Sunday, al 11 A. 11 and 7P. M. Sunday Schoolst io A. M. Org-aiiizatioiis. F. & A. M.—Pleasantoi* Lodge, No. 218.— W. M., Wm A McKce: Secretary, Vf. H. Wright, Altamont Post OlEce. Lodge meets at Odd Fellows' Hall. Livermore. Saturday night, on or after each fullmooa t Vesper Lodge, No 62 A O C w, Livermore. M. W.. I.Horton; G. F.. J. Aylward; 0., H. Baiiey; Recorder, G. W. Brock; Financier. A J McLeod; Re'er G. E. Kennedy; G. C w BracVnaw; I. il. W. Gibbons;"o W., J. Cronkhite. Pleasanton Lodge. No. 255,1.0.0.F.— Henjv Morris, N. G.; Ulysses A. Boydston, V. G.; Per. Sec'v; Herman Detjens; Treasurer, John B. Hortensiine; Rec Sec; Chas L Neal. Livermore H & L. Co,—President J. H. Mahoney; Foreman. W.Jordan: First Assistuut, C Gardemeyer: Second Ass't, G.Gerst; Secretary, J. F, Meyers; Treasu'er, F. Mally: Trustees M. Hupeis, P. McKeany, C. Gerst, Anspaeher, G. Gardemeyer. N...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 July 1880

lAlamode Go, Branch " OF C 'LIFORNIA, 922 AND 924 BROADWAY, fTJoioa Bank Building;, Oakland, Cal Cash Capital, $300. 000 00 I ( ash Asses.. 355- 76The Home M Otda] is j panv, eoaliaiag it* Cific» Coast. • Over ..'.lC'o shares of In c 1/Out pari I 94 ' % .are he.d uv p ox.i nent reaideuta at Almmeda and Contra l Mia counties. All Pre niums received inioucu tuis Ii eacU are and lavesied iv A.aairdn J 0. Rates as low as Sol veney and Fmr Proat wiii admit pf U. iI.MAGIi A,, Manager. J. L. MITCHEL, Agent Livermore, Office C. P. R. R. Depot, EL O. WELLER, Agent Pleasanton, Cal. IiIBHiBIM^CO DEALERS IN Staple and Fancy DRY GOODS, Gloves, Hosiery, Notions, Mlllinerj Goods, Eats, Men's & Boya Ready-made Clothing. Gents' Furnishing Goods Boots and Shoes, EtcBrick Block, LIVERMORE. CJL Cosmopolitan GUS JAHMGEN, Proprl'ior This now saloon, just opened, woulrf solicit a share of the public patronage. Hot launch Every Day. Always glad to see any old friends, and make new ones. Near th...

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Local Brieflets. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 July 1880

Local Brieflets. The header hcadeib. Hay pressing is r.ow in full blast. Five carloads of sheep were shipped trotn Li v ermore latt Moadny. The late frrain lids fair to escape ehriokage. and make the best crop. Numerous camping parties are indulging in le.u li/t- ail.t out 01-door house-keep-iug in IS.Jes Canyon. Mrs. Bennett is building a neat cottage reatd#oce on the south side of the track, Pleisan&n. Jimmr Johnson announces to give a Jl"oniig"bt Picnic at his grounds on tbe Cbapofl Ranch on Sunday, July 25tb. M m Emma C Smith has returned home from Hill's f e.iy, where the bus i.en engaged in teaching during ihe past Aoam Fath is building a barn, 60x6f\ on bit ranch just east of town, to replace the old edifice, which was recently torn Parties who have promised cakes and otlier edibles for the 3rd iust. will please leave same at Library Hall on Friday afternoon. We are urdT obligations to George Liidy for the finest bouquet which has graced our sanctum luole for many...

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Pleasanton Letter [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 July 1880

Pleasanton Letter JuneSOtb. 1880. Ed Herald; We are having the cool, es; weather ever known for tbis time of the year, tbe thermometer standing at 59 above, this a. m Grain is filling out splendidly: old residents say it never filled better. The hay harvest is about coming to a clo3e. Several of our farmers are busy baling their new hay. H. Acenut A Co. are shipping out tbeir old hay at the rate of from two to five cars per day. Myer, Chauborne & Co. have just received another flue lot of lum her. Tbeir yard is now supplied with a complete assortment of choice lumber. Mr H. H. Straug has lust completed his new saloon and billiard rooms, on tbe sast side of Main street, just tooth of the ir'tirmer's Hotel. It is being lumisbtd with oue of Jacob Straul's finest biiaard tabire. Mr J. L Van Winkle, is erecting a fLe redclen-e on his property, just east of Waternli'n & C©*«, gaain warehouse. Our cat neuters, Messrs Neal & Walton, are now erecting 6 dwe...

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The National Holiday in Livermore. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 July 1880

The National Holiday in Livermore. Ou Saturday next, the people of Liver* 1 more and vicinity will celebrate the 104 th anniversary of American Independence by B. grand celebration and picnic at Livermore's Grove near town, in the afternoon, and a ball at Palace Hail in the evening. The literary exercises will be of a high order of excellence, no less noted a person than Albert Hart, private secretary to Gov. Pcrkins,a writer and orator of much note, beiug the poet of the day. J. R. Palmer, of Pleasanton, delivers the oration, which fact alone insjres a treat. W. F, Laumeister will ' fire the Ephesian dome" for the occasion. The chorus of thirty wclltraiued voices under direction of Mrs. Thomas Hayes, together with the Anvil Chorus, played by twelve men, upon six anvils, will be atnonsr the more prominent featuies of tbe occasion. Danciug will commence at 12 o'clock, sharp. Literary exercises will commence at 1:30, and continue till 2:45, when d?ncing will be resumed. The platform, ...

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The Fassett-Faries Naptiais. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 July 1880

The Fassett-Faries Naptiais. Lnst Thursday, at noon, B. A. Faasett, of flantord, Tulare Connly, and Miss S. L Faiies. of Ibis placr, were united in flic •'hoiv bonds of wedlock." at the residence oi" Mr. and Mi*. F. it Fassctt, two rniies north of town. The hoose was tastefully decorated with beautiful evergreens and flowers, an H the table fairly groaned under tbe splendid cakes and delicacies, which were done ample justice to by the many friends of the bridal couple who wete present Miss Fanes has won hosts of mend* in tbe community, and has for a long time been a teacher in our punlic sab oo I,where she was a general favorite. Although we are sorry to lose such valuable people lrom our midst, we are glad to see cur unmarried people do so weiJ, and hope that others may soon follow in their footsteps. Among the many elegant presents made to tbe newly married couple we noticed a magnificent silver and cut glass castor, by Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Fassett. Tlie hiide's parents sent, from t...

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EDITORIAL TRAMPS. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 July 1880

EDITORIAL TRAMPS. GRADE.—TKB FiK-T SNuw '. — Tflh Mf.K CEO 810 TREKS. —SO SEMITE ! SncUiiig is a fair spiviman of our d"cnving Gaiifornia mountain towns. Fifteen years t.r more ago. it was v iivi-iy supply town for the interior mining camps. Today/, though fairly embowered i:i nod surrounded with Sue oiehards aud viuev.nda. it is in a business poinf of !v, t w.iu -tbe sere aud yellow leaf." A I tew miles eust of SneHing, we encounter j ihe first oot-lyrng spurs of the great back, oone ot the Pacific (.'oust—the Sierras. Suou,as we wind in aud out. among the hills, we enter the great oak belt, which skirts the Sierra from Oregon to San Diego. The fiist specimens are gnarly and small, these scon giving way to the monarch of the forest, frith branches wide* spread, as if defying the storm in his fiercest wrath. Up hilll Down hill: Now, seem-insdy climbing to the eery auminit of tbe univei Be, una again, rattling dawn, till we lose all the altitude we have gained, at the expense ot so m...

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Rambling Remarks on Farm Economy. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 July 1880

Rambling Remarks on Farm Economy. day, ns uiv eves glance over the land* SCapC, i notice thai old Diablo is drest iv russet, and the valley seems to surge with v v"- • pffftld I remember a period in mv dffl when I wore very short pants.and tboughtthe time between seedtime and harvest ras almost an ago; now everything is changed I wear vary long pants, and Th.. years - i to to fty past me with nU nu»>-. incretfil speed. As I ponder these things i am U reed tothe conclusion that the seeming lei.cili of time is inversely proportional to lheieng& of a man's pantaloons—time seems long,to *n ladividua] 1 will not, however, Insist that the readeis of HkrAU) believe that a few inches added to tiie length of a pair of pantaroons have anything to do with tbe flight of time: but I sincerely believe that lbe lengtb ot a man's stride has. An energetic man, who steps out v iWiy io the journey of life, makes the years By peat htm, and accomplishes a great deal in a lifetime,...

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BORN. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 July 1880

BORN. Owens.—Near Livermore, June 25th, to the wife of O. R. Owens, a son.

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MARRIED. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 July 1880

MARRIED. Farrett—Faries. —In Livermore. June 84ih, by the Rev. Jos, Hemphill, Buecii o Amendez Passett to Sa'ly Isabella Farias.

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

FOR SALE! At Ay'wa'd's i-hop. a fir»t claee Header, r.early tew. Wtli He nold very cheap. Tke Owborne Helf-Bintling; Beaper. Since the introduction of tbe Osborr.e ; Beif>-Bind!ng ileaper in this Vailey, so::ie two weeks since, I have sold five n'.n* ! chines, wbicli are now in active operation. | I call the special attention of farmers to N B Hnjins-Slr: The Oeborne Self Binding |Rf »pt;r I purcua*ed of yoa l*»t week ha* given ■ excellent eati.-fuction. I have been catting on I *cry steep nidehilia on tan Jason 110-e ranch. • where it wan fonnd impraeUcab's to work aft or- : dina.-y reaper, the machine running tn perfec- ! tion. It MakM a gr«at aaving of grain, cotth'g. jin the hills. .'- !y it acre* a d«• wlih ea*e. Thic ia evidently tbe coining machine lor harvesting j on hilly land». Oaxibi. Teetsrh. If. B. JIoImoM. ' Agt ut at Lr.,•.;moru.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 1 July 1880

LOCAL NOTICES. G nuiu« bacV*. n harvest gloves of all j For a. Jpa- D | driving or working •• • >U . « <■>~ ! .... «i> T.,e.» !scl-t:«" i ..... ~•„ 7 0 lit .- n ' ak l \ , .. 1 H oa it Seaaedy Livermore, CaL * I -io ram 'i > vicinity to ae»d ifM»• >■ i : oe acre is proof positive of US * Ct'.lrDt c * Geo Kagtee B-andy. strictly pure, for to; saie o> Comegys, tbock 4k Co. I Marsha! Mack jpeeps the only exclusive Aosoacher Bros, have taken ihe agency •*> the lies H ••ne \i tcbiae, which it acknowledged lobe lue .aest uianu.V.e'u eu * Q*tl :i-'l h::vVHok-s Si:k Foot Protec '.o r I eu-iii raenT»a.( v.n. -"weiiting > f •«• tr'. corns 1..;•('.,>•••«., and euilulsins, Ij. ite. tee cents, * Mack's tjnt Pbi a elphia 6hoes. * Mack's Newport tie*. * Mack* Children* Sboet. * Mack's goods all warranted. * B 1 »on Lmots ami shoes of Mack, and save raouey * 'I be 61 r sod nan&t...

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

C. P It. li TIME TABLfi. LIVERMORE division. Passenger trains leave Livermore Sta I tion as follows: t GOING WEST. GOING EAST, fi.'lfi A. M. S :50 A. M. 19:1! P. M.| j Pre-Mniption DeclarcUory I Statement. Lant> OrnrE. j San Francisco. V { Jcas,a&h, 1980, \ ; ts bereb.T eiven that tho following I a tamed tetUer r. - Sted noticeof bisintentiou ; .*> ™to luuk.- fl pro i. tusport of his claim. aadstea/4 ai. • < ir, inert-..1 al this ofikae <■ j Wadaeaaay. aoffM n isso, viz; Bomaatao I ValessQcia. h<-.n..- cad Aupitcallou No lao 3 for ' 'be c V, oi v * fc p< tec 4. tpi*4rl eaat« at DM, i and name* i wiij >g ii,* wiiii.«se!i, .-iz: I Frodora v Kvan* i I Piea«ai too V O . sne •dm ' j Dotana HSfncra.Joan tfomMawd Goom | M. f. MACK. Dealer « 6 Mam . sir a \: BOOTS & SHOES, L idies' Genis' § Childrefis NEXT DOuR TO THE DRUG STORE. FIRST STREET, LIYEHMOUE, EST* The only exclusive shoe store in...

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