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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 July 1880
A€aid to the I»nblic. H.". ; :r-'; BAD MY QALLKIttTHROUGU--y lenoTutad and refuruished with all the latest improved accessaries oftheseasou, such as plain and scenic lincku'rounds. chairs, tahh's. new iDStrnmentS, A-c. I mn prepared to do iirst-clr.ss work in a!' branches of the art. and at lower prices than you can pet the same class of work dune for, auy where else. All of my work will be warranted to £ivc satisfaction, aa I will not allow any inferior work to co out of my Hoaae. E. w. Hakek. Photographer Livermore. Cut this notice ont. and return it to the Oallcry nnd yon will pet three extra pictures on every dozen. , v ' ietfeler and Watehniaker, After an absence East of two years, lias returned to his old stand, Mill "Square, Livermore, where he will be glad to meat old and new friend?. Besides increased fa* cilit'es for all kinds of watch, clock, and jewelry work. I shall keep the mean time of this meridian, by a standard box chrr&gt; nometer, verified by observations...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 July 1880
Notice to Creditors. ESTATE OF JOHN JONES, DEceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned, Executor of the Last will and Testament of John Jones deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said Executor at his Residence in the Town of Pleasanton Alameda Co. Cal., or at the office of J, H. Palmer in said Town. SAMUEL JONES, Executor of John Jones deceased. Dated at Oakland, July 12, 1880. j22,4t. Pre-Emption Declaratory Statement. Lavs Owica | S.\N Fhanilsco. V June 30th. ISSU. ) ~\T 01 ice Is hereby civen that the following named ii.us Bled notice, of his intention to make-final proof in rapport of his claim, and seCtife final entry thereof at this office on Thnrsd.'iy. September 04li. MSB, viz: Mrs. Martha Lena Lacher, Homestead Application No 3815 for the &gt;4 or of sec it. tp 1 s, r 3 c, M D M. and nanu s the ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 July 1880
ANSPACHER BROS. DEALERS IN, GENERAL Merchandise HAI GRIN PEED, Etc COBNKR OF FIUST AND L SIRF.ET TANevYixove, Ca\. for a numlicr of tlic best insue ance mpanios in ihe country. GIVE US A CALL! Anspacher Bros. CI Ittm ALL SCROFULOUS AFFFCTIONS and disorders resulting from Imnvtri'y &lt; f Die Blood. It is needless to specify all, as the sufferer can usually preceive their cause; bflt rkin disorder, Halt Khenm, Pimples, Ulcers, Tumors, Goitre, Swellings, etc., are the mrtSt common, as wei! as many affections of the Heart. Head, Liver and Stomach. JSC KOFI'LA. wo:;nE!iruL Cure of hlindnesk. D. RANSOM SON &amp; CO.;—For tne benefit ot all troubled with Scrolnla or Impure Blood in their systems, I hereby recommend King of the Blood. 1 have been troubled with Scrofula for the past ten years, which so affected my eyes that 1 WAfj completely blind for six months. 1 was recommended to try King of the Blood, which lias proved a great blessing to me, as it has completely cured ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 July 1880
Church Notices. FrnsT Presbyterian Chi hch. — Rev. Jos. Hemphill, Pjvtor. services every at 11 A. M and 7P. At. Sunday School.;t 10 A. WL Organizations. F. &amp; A. M.---Pi.kas.wton Lotxie, No. 218.— W. M., Wm A MeKee; Secretary, W. If. Wright, Altamont Post oilice. Lodge meets at Odd Fellows' Hall. Livermore Saturday night, on or alter each full moon' yi -rER LoDGK, No 02 AO U w, Livermore. &gt;!. W., 1. Horton :G. F„ .1. Aylward ; 0., U. Bailey; Recorder, Q. W. Brock; Financier, A .1 McLeod; Ue'er 0. E. Kennedy; G, C w Bradshaw; I. M. W. Gibbous; O W., J. Cronkhite. Pleasaxtox Loooe. No. 2."m, 1.0.0.F.— Henjy Morris, N. &lt;;.; ITlysses A. Boydston, V. G.; Per. Sec y ; Herman Detjens; Treasurer, John B. Ilortensiiue; Rec Sec; ( has L Neal. Livermore IT &amp; L. Co.—Fresident J. H. Mahoney; Foreman, W.Jordan; First Assistant, C. Gardemeyer; Second Ass't, G.Gerst; Secretary, J. F, Meyers; Treasmer,F. Maliy; Trustees Al. Hupera, P. McKeany, C. Gerst, A...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 July 1880
Town Officials Board of Town Trustees—Geo. E Kennedy. John Aylward, G W. Comegys, G. Gardemeyer, W. M. Mendenhall. Town Justice.— R. W Graham. Town CLERK—F. A. Anthony. Town Marshal.— Lemen Hilton Town Treasurer.— W. G. Massie, Acting Chief Engineer - W. S. Smith Night Watchman.—T. D. Phelps. Town Attorney —Elliott Aubury Town Steward—T. D. Phelps. F. Mally, Dealer in Boots and Shoos, Hats, Caps &amp; Gents Furnishing goods. Also a large stock of Books and Stationery. Cnflery Toys, Musical Instruments, Pipes, Cigars, and Tobacco s i Agcni for the San Francisco C'hronclc, and all Eastern and California periodicals. Agent for tiie Singer Sewing Machine. FIRST ST., LIVFRMORK. TheOe .Gorner, DEALER inHarness, . Saddles, Bridles, Collars, Whips, Etc., Etc. Good stock of Driving and working Gloves constantly on hand. Manufacturer of Gorner's Caoutchouc Oil Harness Blacking. First St., LlTcrmorc 21 tf
Page 2 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 July 1880
Alameda Co. Branch —OF TIIE — OF CALIFORNIA, 922 AND 924 BROADWAY, (Union P,ank Building), Oakland, Cal Cash Capital, $300, 000 00 Cash Assets, 581, 3S;&gt; The JTronie Mutual is a. California &lt; lompany, confining its bnsineas to the Pa efflc Coast. Over '~noo aha res of theOoinpany's stink are held by pmmi nent residents of Alameda and Contra Cos.a counties. Ail Premiums received through this Branch arc 1 deposited and Invested in A lamcda Go. Rates as low as Sn, vency and Ki'.rr Profit will adraill f Bosses liberally adjusted and promptly paid at points where they occur. YX.LI.M Gl\,L,Manager. J. L. MITCHEL, Agent Livermore, Office O. P. R. R. Depot. H. O. WELLER, Agent Pleasanton, Cal llA.Menflenliall. # Co DEALERS IN Staple and Fancy DRY GOODS, Gloves, Hosiery, Notions. Mill? nery Goods, Hats, Men's &amp; Boys Ready-made Cothing. Gents' Famishing Goods Boots and Shoes, EtcBrick Block, LIVERMORE, CAL, Cosmopolitan GUS JAntfIGEN, Proprietor This new salo...
!,<><nl Kri€»n>ts. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 July 1880
!,&lt;&gt;&lt;nl Kri€»n&gt;ts. \v:: im Morley— D. and D.—July 26th Tiie rail and winter term of Livermore College l»egau on Monday last. The yverniore Public School re-opens i&gt;:i the Becood Monday of August, the litli A large number of buildings will he erected in Livermore and l'leasanlou this f gion't forget the free entertainment af Jbrary Hall, next Wednesday evening. programme elsewhereDr. c U McLean has sole* his residence btope tv on Lissie street, to Z. D.Cheney, and removed to Alameda. John Norman, a bucolic drunk, was fun d $8 by Justice Graham for hit liule jamboree on Sunday last. Peter links, an enthusiastic drunk, was fun ! $10 !i\ Justice Graham on Friday. 11. paid. The floating debt of Alameda County, bathe Oral day ol the present month, amounting to about $181,000. The Harris District School will re-open mi the second Monday of August, with Miss Annie O'Coimefl, of San Francisco, as teacher. Thomas Burke, a com won drunk, p...
Altamont Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 July 1880
Altamont Letter. Ed. Herald:—Hear from us? Well, yes—no—that is, if we can concentrate our thoughts in any particular channel, we might write you a f teW lines of current topics from this section. Waiving all preliminaries, we will endeavor to launch forth ia a few Short invectives containing in epitome such wandering thoughts as may occur to us. We are in the midst of our harvesting, and the noise and clatter of the headers and self-binders may be beard upon our surrounding hills. Our farmers put in their appearance, hot or cold, blue or pleasant, as the wind or beat may alternate. For the past week our weather has had its usual amount of changes, with some strong wind and al fogs, and by-tho-byc—a rain storm— though it i- a sinal' matter to signalize as such ; yet a few patters came down Upon us. The grain appears to be sbOtt! an average, this season, yet owing t.i the UOlth winds, the summer fallow shows some signs of it, while the late sown is not quite so thick, though we have ...
The Mnrray Toivn»liip Asscmnicnt. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 July 1880
The Mnrray Toivn»liip Asscmnicnt. By the courtesy of Township Assessor McMeod we arc enabled to publish the following statement of the assessable property, in the form of real estate, personal effects, and mortgages, of Murray Township: MTRIt.VY TOWNSHIP. Value of Real Estate $1,669,775 00 Value of Impr'v ment3 1(55.875 00 Value Improvements on Land of others G &gt;0 00 Property of C P R R Co 617,723 41 Peisoual Property 201,150 00 Amount of money 43,725 00 Grand Total $3,768,781 44 Amount of Mortgages 737,475 00 TOWN OK LIVERMORE, Town Lots $ 52,275 00 Improvements.. 5i9,425 00 Amount of Money 0,000 00 Improvement on land ot others 1,500 00 Personal Property 72,100 00 Grand Total % 231,300 00 Amount of Mortgages 25,000 00 Total amount Mortgages m Township $ 7G2,475 00 Total amount Property in Township $2;930,098 44 Assessed Value of Property In Township, 1579 $2,560,740 00 Increase In value, during year, as shown hy assessment $ 363,355 44
Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 July 1880
Answers to Correspondents. &lt;|nestic,nff on any snbj»et will be answered, to the best of tbe editor's ability. CnrreetHimlcntH rnusi siirn real name, as well as a nora de plume, not for pnblication, but as an evidence of good laith. CrfTZBH. —The choice of President lia.3 twice devolved upon the House of Representatives. There was a tie vote In .the Electoral College in 1800, Thomas Jefferson and Aaron Burr having 73 votes each. A choice was made on the ;3Gth ballot; ten States voted for Jefferson, four for Burr, and two in blank. There was no majority of the electoral vote cf 1824, for President. A choice was made on the first ballot; thirteen states voted for John Quincy Adams, seven for Andrew Jackson, and four for Wm. H. Craw ford. There was no majenty of the electoral vote in 1836 for Vtec-rrcr,deTit The choice devolved Upon tbe Senate; R. M. Johnson received thirty-three votes and Francis Grangei sixteen. Mart R.—"l am engaged to a young man who sends me a letter onc...
DIED. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 July 1880
DIED. Pkkf* -In Livermore, July 2lth, 1880, Jean Pierre fares, a native of Prance, aged 60 year?. Owns —In r.ivermore. July 2*d, Willie 1., beloved son of O. R and Mary K. Owen, aged one year, 7 mouths, and 10 days. Our darling Willie is gone bctore ua.
A Settlesr's Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 July 1880
A Settlesr's Letter. Ed. Herald —So few people are aware that there is Government land within such close proximity to San Francisco, that I think you would confer a favor on many would-be settlers, by publishing some reliable information on the subject, in your valuable paper. There are, to my personal knowledge, a great many people in San Francisco, who would be glad to avail themselves of an opportunity to settle on Government land, and build themselves homes, but lack the knowledge of where and how. A great many have an idea that it requires a small fortune to start with, While others shrink from the idea of isolating themselves from the rest of humanity, especially people having children. Now, the truth of the matter is, that very slender mrairs will suffice for a start, provided there is a fair amount of muscle and energy behind it. Pluck and energy, including muscle, should be tbe chief capital of the settler. When I started out to look for Government land, last fall, I hail a...
THRESHING OUTFIT BURNED. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 July 1880
THRESHING OUTFIT BURNED. Shortly after noon, yesteiday, .T. n. Tiylor's threshing outfit, which has been mimics on tho Baker ranch, near Pleasanton. for three weoke past, caught fire by some means unknown, and the separator, seed-cleaner, derrick w.i«i/u, ami twe header beds, were totally destroyed. All the hand*, including the eiigineer and fireman . were at dinner at the house, near by at the time, but fhe utmost care had been taken, before leaving, to thoroughly wet down the straw between the separator aud engine, In such manner that the starting of a fire seemed impossible. The flames ware under full headway, when discovered, fend it was w!th great dlfflcnly that the header tnicks were saved. *T)d the fire kept from spreading. P-spi:: the frssh breeze blowing at the time, the fames were extinguished with the lossr.ft-ut five acres of standing grain, and a Tew stacks near the taaehini»«. Thb total loss ii about upon Which there ,'s an insurance. Mr, Taylor will purchase a new mac...
EDITORIAL TRAMPS. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 July 1880
EDITORIAL TRAMPS. ho! for snows! rr the somi pork. ROCKY TRAILS. RUGGED SCENES. THE VERNAL FALL. SHOWER BATH WITHOUT CHARGE. — FERN GROTTO. UP THE LADDERS. SNOW'S.—"DINNER FOR FOUR." THE NEVADA FALL. DIAMOND CASCADE. THE SILVER APRON AND EMERALD POOL. A SURPRISED COCKNEY. Shortly after sunrise on the 13th of June, a party of four persons, mounted on sturdy little mustangs, might have been seen riding up Yo Somite Valley, from the hotels, and from the fart that they kept the trail on the right hand side of the Merced, instead of crossing the light iron bridge which spans the stream at this point, the observer —had such there beeu—would have readily told that they were bound for THE VKKNAL AND NEVADA FALLS, AND "SNOWS." A Livermorean would with much diflis eulty have discovered in this quartette of SLOUCHED HATTED, AND ILLY CLAD TOLRISTS, More resembling brigands, or cattle herders, than pleasure seekers, no other thau the editor and book keeper, at your service. The other of the part...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 July 1880
AXY PEItSOX wishing a good cook, for threshers, or woman to do general housework, will do well to apply to Mrs. Mulligan, H Livermore. EOCAI, NOTICES. Who's Lindy? * Where's Lindy! * Have you seen Lindy ? * Here, there and everywhere—Lindy! * \\ here's the man who doesn't know Lindy? Look out for Lindy, and the Big Red Wagon! * The babies cry for Lindy, and the Great Flying Market! * Genuine buckskin harvest gloves of all descriptions at Gomel 's. * j Keystone's rubber and buckskin lined, whips are the best and most durable. For sale at Goiner's * For a good pair of driving or working gloves, go to Gorner, * Harness and saddles made out of first class stock in a Workman-like manner and warranted, al Corner's. • Horton Sc Kennedy's pumps are the best. Buy no other Address, Horton &amp; Kennedy, Livermore. Cal. * Messrs. Horton &amp; Kennedy**. Enterprise Perkins' Patent Windmill is too well known in this vicinity to need an enumeration ofitsgood points There b&...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 July 1880
C. P. R. R. TIME TABLE. LIVERMORE DIVISION Passenger trains leave Livermore Station as follows: 1 ' eorrm west. i ooura east. o:10 A. tit. 9:50 A. M. 18:18 M - •"»&lt;&gt; H.| ttmcEi " -XTjLt the effect that 1 am about p. ;,-..ve Livermore. 1 would hereby stale that such is not the ease Dressataklng and pattrenciiuing a spceiafy at my residence, Second street. Ltvcrmor*' Mb\ it. B. Camprell. jy y, 3m. Pre-Emption Declaratory Statement Lank Ornrn. &gt; Sam Kkani i-c ~. t -ll NX, SSth, is-;i \ i« herchy (ftVeS thai the following I named settler ha* Sled untie* of bis intention * t«&gt; sake final prool in pp.»rt &lt;•! Ms claim, andoecare ffiml entry thereof at lata of!i«- on f*, ABjraM it. mo, via; Romuaido Valeiusucta, Floiawnfead Application So, l .&gt; tor i ».o t&lt; - &lt;&gt;f ii w ol 5,., 1, ip ;n. r i east, M 1) M , and aawea the following aa hi- WUneiwes via: Peedera K. Bi an* ofPl&lt; taraatom ....
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 July 1880
LIVERMORE COLLEGE J. D. Smith, - - Principal Livermore California HORTON &amp; KENNEDY, Mangers for the Pacific Coast for the manufacturers of Enterprise SelfRegulating Windmills, Perkins Patent; Enterprise Feed Mills, Pumps Cultivators, etc, etc., etc. General Office and supplies Livermore Alameda counyy, Cal. [ P.O. Box 125 CURTIS H. Lindley Attorney at Law, and Notary Public tivKnmok k, ca Lnroa nia . deeS |y R W. GRAHAM, Justice of the Peace and (on vcyaneer. Special Attention paid Heal Estate transaction and col lectins Arent for the Royal Of Liverpool and Norwich Union F,rc Insurance company MVEKMOUE, CAI. G. BENTON JARRETT, M. I)., PHYSICIAN AND SUBOJBON, OFFTCE : orposiTE odd riLLOwi' nAt.r. LIVKKMoifF r.\i, ELLIOTT AITBLTRY, m j*Ak uvsr we mm . Office first St. next Odd Fellow's Hall Wdl practice in all Hie Ccnrts of tbe Stan J- R. PALMER, Attorney and Counsellor nt Law, — ANrv NOTARY PUBIC, PLEASANTON, ALAMEDA &lt;CAL. Prompt attention given to the breaonti...
SAX FftASClSOJ [TgJfS. [Newspaper Article] — Livermore Herald — 29 July 1880
SAX FftASClSOJ [TgJfS. Congressman Daris has returned home. There is abont $800,000 in the city Treaaary. lam**™ BiXty gir ' 8 iD th * Mwdalen General McDowell hat returned from the Ban, The Tsukuba cadets visited the State University at Berkeley. Miyor S dtoah has procured the $5,000 supplimental bonds nee ssary. The total collections at the Tax Collector's office for the last week, amounted to $440,225. In the City and County Hospital during the past year, the wines and liquors cost $1,868 75 ■ There are 212 prisoners lo the Hnuae of Correction. In the Industrial School, 105. There will be no fork done on streets until after the Ist of August, as the street fund is depleted. The trial of L M. Kalloch, for the mnrder Of Charles de Young, has beeu again postponed. Of the 268 teaoheis who entered for tbe recent examination, eighty-six were dropped after the first day. The registration of electors, in preparation far the approaching election on the New Charter is in progress. Daring t...