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Not to Be Bunkoed. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 20 April 1900
Not to Be Bunkoed. Mr. Hayrix— Heow much do yewcharge for puilin a tooth? Dentist— One dollar with gas —50 cents without vr.v. Mr. Hayrix— Say, young feller, don't yew try' none o' yer bunko games on me. Mebby I dew look kind o' green, but 1 reckon I ain't goin ter give up no 60 cents extry for gas when It's broad dayllcht-7-Chlcago News.
A Question In HUtory. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 20 April 1900
A Question In HUtory. Some strangers, apparently hailing from the far west, were looking at the statue of Robert Fulton, the inventor of the steamboat Said one of them: "So this is , the man who got up the steamboat, eh? Well, it only goes to show how a feller can be mistaken. Now, out in Punkln Ridge we always thought . SI Jones . fixed -up the first steamboat ever run, In the year 1878. The whole county was out to: see the Nancy Ann pass the Ridge, and everybody about there said as- how Si had surely made himself famous by buildln the first boat ever known to run."— Washington Times. - -i
Too Bn«lne«»llke. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 20 April 1900
Too Bn«lne«»llke. Stella— Why on earth did Miss Pechls reject Mr. Boomer? He's making lots of money in the advertising business. ' '."'* J • ' ' • Bella— Yes, and. he proposed to her by mail in this fashion: "I can place In a few good papers of guaranteed circulation at a minimum cost the following notice, (pure reading, top column): 'Engaged— Miss Birdie Pechis to Mr. Howlett Boomer.'.' If this proposition meets your approval, kindly sign and return by first mail." — Philadelphia Press. The chamois Is usually identified with Switzerland, but the animal Is less common there than in any other country which it Inhabits. Austria Is the real home of the chamois, where they are most plentiful.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 20 April 1900
MISCELLANEOUS. The woman who puts her head in ~*r _ the lion's mouth, &gt;^__/%«_ seems the type of *£ f***-^^^ \ reckless women. \ ..Jist But she ' isn't. The &gt;•££ ***S3SJi c--&gt; really reckless woman is -the one who . braves Nature day after day, by negiect j of the i health of the delicate womanly i organs. "Crime and punishment blos- ; som on one stem " says Emerson. When ; the cycle of self-neglect is complete it includes the pains and sufferings which jare the inevitable penalties inflicted. by .outraged Nature. The drain which to- ; day is counted an inconvenience, bei comes in succeeding days a horrible and offensive stigma. The passing depression of an hour grows into a permanent melancholy. The timely use of Dr. Pierces Favorite Prescription will save young women from suffering, as it will cure those wfao through neglect have become martyrs after marriage. No woman who suffers with backache, pain in the side, bearing down pains, debilitating dr...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 20 April 1900
LAWYERS E. A. Freeman Attorney-at-Law Jackson, Cal. Office in Marelia building, corner Main and Court streets. . . .. T~v b. srAUNon - - •-■;.-. ) i Attorney and Cnnnnetor at Law JACKSON, CAL. Practice in all the States and Federal courts. Office: Spagnoli building, opposite Halt ot Kecords. •■&lt; I .vy &gt;;»»•«* • ».i .= • • ■A-;.' CAMINKTTI '■}'•■•' **&gt;"'). ''J '■ '■ ■ ': &gt;.-; , t I Attorney and Counselor at L»w . •"-••/■JACKSOH, CAIm. - . -, , •" Will practice In all the State and Federal courts.; .-■ -- =r. !'.;;?.■&gt;;;.. vt:-.' */?-•■" ■pOBEKT C..BOLK •.'. .-. . .] .; ,;; !.*;• . ■'. .:,.. .-.'.-. : i - ... . £-« ■ -=•''( Office: Farley building, Summit street. '~ "TCTBIV A. : MA*CQUARBIB ' ' - Attorney and Counselor at Law Jackson, Cal. . Office: Spagnoli block, Courthouse square. . ' T- W. CALUWELL ' Attorney -at-Law Jackson, Cal. Will practice in all courts ot the State ~\JtT- H. WILUS :. ', : ■ Attornejr-at-Law Jackson, Cal...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 20 April 1900
"•-' .'i The Second Congressional District should be represent- ' ed by a Republican because it is really a Republican district. But for a niimberof years the Republcau party has met defeat by putting up-weak men,: men who, with but few excep-tions,-failed to carrytheir own county. In the name of St. Peter, what kind of political sagacity do you call that. The Republican battle line in the Second Congressional District is strewn with 'wrecks 'caused by the egregious mistakes of the leaders 'of the party. It is high time that real, true blue, tried and true Congressional thnbeF is found and put up instead of straw, men, incapable of beating their opponent on their own. stamping ground. The gathering of Republicans of the Second Congressional District at Sacramento on the 4tti and sth of next month will, no doubt, tend to arouse and enthuse the party. 'It is to be hoped that the meeting will result in somethiug more than lip labor, and that steps will bet aken then- and there which wi...
A GAUNT FAMINE IN INDIA [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 20 April 1900
A GAUNT FAMINE IN INDIA Reminds Us of the Needs of Our Natives.. THE SAD PLIGHT OF THE ARIZONA INDIANS Friendly and Industrious Arizona Indians Are Destitute and Starving.—lrrigation. The cry of distress has gone up from famine stricken India and the civilized world is about to reach forth a helping hand to relieve in part tho misery caused through lack of rainfall. America as usual is foremost in such work, and already many subscriptions have been started and many contributions received, v Probably every religious journal in the land is receiving money from generous Americans who have been stirred to pity by the accounts of the terrible wants existing in the far eastern peninsula. Yet, while ■ tho.-*e noble men and women who assist the wretches of India are putting a hand down into a far distant land, they might probably with the other hand draw forth a contribution or exert their influence in behalf of a people in our vory midst who are reduced to want starvation, and this, too, t...
Do Not Overlook This [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 20 April 1900
Do Not Overlook This And purchase from some one else. Just received my spring and summer goods, which I carefully selected while in the city, and they are now ready for inspection. Come one, come all and get your first pick. lam also making a special sale of summer pants, valued at $10, selling at $7.50. Remember that this sale will only last for six weeks. Max Ladar, 4-6 tf. . T?hfl Tailor, Jackson, Cal.
THE SACRAMENTO STREET FAIR~4 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 20 April 1900
THE SACRAMENTO STREET FAIR~ 4 This Exposition Will -Be of - Great Benefit to Central California. The Sacrampnto Street Fair and Trades ~ Carnival', will be held on the streets surrounding Capitol Park, Sacramento, California, during the entire w«ek beginning April 30, 1900. . ' HOW IT WILL BE ACCOMPLISHED. A monster out-of-door exposition, to consist of exhibits by merchants, by manufacturers, and by producers covering all the multifarious industries of Sacramento city and vicinity. To have a Midway, similar . to : that at the World's Fair, in which all the novel features it is possible. to obtain in the way of amusements will be found. To have daily parades of various kinds; a battle of flowers and floral parade; free entertainments ou the streets by high class artists at frequent intervals each day; many bands of music; magnificent electric illuminations and pyrotechnic displays at night; a Mardi Gras fete, and many . other features not ■ yet thought of. : \ &gt; Although ...
SUPERIOR COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 20 April 1900
SUPERIOR COURT. Andrew Samsa et al. vs Milton Bearce et al.— Demurrer of Fayette Mace: overruled and defendant granted fifteen days to answer. Sarah Nicbolls vs. Josiah Gundry, trusteeTrial had; plaintiff granted $179. Amador county vs. W. S. Gilbert— Bill of exceptions settled. .i . ," i Application of Vera May Flumer for a writ of liaboas corpus— Order granting writ. Application of Charles Sydney Watklnson to change bis name to Charles Sydney Violett— Hearing tixed for May Hth. L. H. Frankenheimer vs. D. McCall— Case transferred from San Joaquin county— Action to recover 1500. Estate of C. Sutterly— Petition for probate of will by Bert Perkins; set for May 14th. Estate of John B. Perano— Petition for probate of will by Drucejena Perano; set for May Bth. -:- - Guardianship of Merande Leon et al Decree settling final account; petition for order to sell real estate; set for May 19th. Estate of James W. Trask— Order appointing Sarah Trask administratrix. Estate of Joseph S. Ryan— Decr...
Uncalled-for tetters. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 20 April 1900
Uncalled-for tetters. Letters remaining unclaimed in the Jackson, Cal.,.Postofflce, for the week ending April 20, 1900: William Vucassovich Bozo Uroviu Henry Wegener L. B. Sheafe Domenico Muinarili X, Mikulicich Mrs. William Lydt-U Mangini Domenico Claude Cbancb Jose Canillo G, C. FQLGER. Postmaster. Mrs. Calvin Zimmerman, Milesburg,.Pa. says, "As a speedy cure for coughs, colds, croup and sore throat One Minute Cough Cure is unequaled. It is pleasant for children to take. I heartily recommend it to mothers." It is the only harmless remedy that produces immediate results. It cures bronchitis, pneumonia, grippe and throat and lung diseases. It will prevent consumption. City Pharmacy. G. W. Qnan qt Stpcktpn, representing the Sifn Francisco Chrfonicle,- was in town a few days this we^k. Peek's Addition bow open for the sale of lots. These resident lots are toe creamof the town. They are In town virtually, and yet up out of the dust and dirt. They are cheap. g-gtf A new line of wall pap...
Train Service of Bute F» Bond.' [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 20 April 1900
Train Service of Bute F» Bond.' SAN FRANCISCO, April 14. The Santa Fe Company has appointed J. W. Walker; superintendent in charge of the San Francisco and Point Richmond terminals and the company's equipment on the bay. Mr. Walker for several years has been employed in the office of Mr. Nevin at Los Angeles. General Manager Agent, J. J.'.Bryne is preparing a, schedule for the company's passenger train service between this city and Chicago. There Is to bea limited train two or three days in the week and adaily overland train each way. The freight service will be Inaugurated May Ist and the passenger service will begin May loth. President Ripley's latest statement shows that for the time from July 1, 1899, to February. 28, 1900, the gross earnings were •30,000,732,853. .This is an increase of 13,449,159 over the same period of the year before. Operating expenses aggregated $19,570,371, which Is a decrease of $525,245 compared with a like period last : year. Earnings in excess of oper...
DOCUMENTS RECORDED. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 20 April 1900
DOCUMENTS RECORDED. DEEDS. V. W. Gaskill to G. B. Ratto— Lots 51 and M of Hamiltcn subdivision of lot 4, block 0, Jackson; 1300. W. H. Kronlng to J. J. Ekel— Lot «, block 8, Plymouth: tISO. ~ Thos. Westf all to C. L. Mast— Vi Interest In Honolulu Lady Q. M . ; $100. H. Eudey to Nlcolo Radovlch— NW;&lt; of NE« of section 10. township 6 north, range 11, east; *10. . Amelia Silva to M. E. Silva— Lot in Plymouth; love and affection."^ :, --„ rvj.: J. Surface, Com., to A. Walter— Estate of vieo. Withington In lone; 13718.88. , . MORTGAGES. ■■■■■' ■■' C. Marelia to Wm. J. McGee— Lot 7, block 10, Jackson ; tZISO. H. E Potter et ux to W. J. McGee— Land in Plymouth; $750Thos. Frakes et ux to G. Levaggi— Land in Sutter Creek ;MB3. TRUST .DEED. . . J. J. Ekel to Mrs. H. H. Crown— Lot 8, block 8, Plymouth; f 150. SATISFACTION Or MORTGAGE. C. Norten to W. Dennis et ux. y,i : : - ■ Mrs Blackwell to S. Hughes. ■ , \ "\ '. N. Williams to M. E. MalSon. D. Marchini to J. Glannlnl. J. Gunflry ...
THE PHILIPPINE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 20 April 1900
THE PHILIPPINE WAR. April 12.— Tho Philippine Commissioners are about to sail for the Islands. April 13.— It is now thought that Aguinaldo is safe in Manila. April 14.— President McKinley sends a special messenger from Washington with instructions for the Commission. April 15. — Insurgents are active in' the Mariviales.— Force attacks Batanga, but rebels were easily repulsed." '. April 16.— Filipinos still, engage our troops in slight skirmishes. April 17.— Filipinos attack a garrison and are defeated with a loss of 109, at Batoo, North Ilocose. . 'I'yA April 18.— The Philippine Commissioners sail. — General Nontenegro captured. . ;.i ..; ;X 2 :]
A Joyfnl Reception. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 20 April 1900
A Joyfnl Reception. Mr. and Mrs. Gottleib Woehrle returned from their wedding trip last Wednesday night, and were royally received by a host of friends, who delighted to do them honor.' A more joyful reception seldom occurs here or elsewhere. Eatables and drinkables were in aboundance and all did ample justice to the same. , 'viz ■ Five thousand spring samples of clothing, the latest patterns, on exhibition at the White House. 2 23-tf ;.- Strictly Fint-Clasi Fwih Fiih.;j,;\ Can be had every Thursday and Friday at Caminettl's Central Market. . - 0 2-*99