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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 20 April 1900
-*:- MISCELLANEOUS" AbVERTISEMENTS.MeGall s magazine gi|.ul7^j( THE: QUEEN OF FASHION)Will contain .TWENTY-TWO FULL-PAGE H| "BEAUTIFUL \ COLORED PLATES— more ■ than iooo exquisite,' artistic and strictly up-to-date FAvSHION designs — a large number of j short stories and handsome .illustrations— iV; J ,; ;.f an ! : y,^ or ' c i , hints on dressmaking and sugges- &lt; ■ tions for the home. . . . •• — . .'::.' M ji~- '-»::,. ..-■--•■• -siij -■'&lt;; -.■".:■"■ t-*:r; t;: - ' ■ ' ■ ■''!.' ■■■'/■';'■-.' ", .... .- - ■■■-.■ ■ ;--i ■•(.•;■-■ i ■;;.:&lt;,:&lt;! ••■&gt;&lt; \ '-■'iHi.Jf ' With Amador Ledger $2.75 a Yeaii And each subscriber receives a FREE PATTERN of her own selection— a pattern sold by , most houses at 25 cents or 30 cents! :i|p "V I • UP-TO-DATE J j Stationery and Novelties I I FREEMAN'S VARIETY STORE | : %tt ..in .... - S •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••I) PIONEER FLOUR IS; PERFECTION^ .&lt; Made From SELECTED WHE...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 20 April 1900
■~ '": MISCELLANEOUS. ~ iiffiiiliTHE London, ii WOOLEN MILLS 'I"" ■■■ -.^. "ii-f ■."■',, ,,j; J. H. HEITMAN FINE TAILORING Price list as FoUows: '"Sill LONDON WEST OF ENGLAND ' BROADCLOTH SUIT fjn 00 LONDON CLAY in Blue and Black 40 00 NEW ENGLAND WASHINGTON MILLS CLAY WORSTED, blue- , black ..■.'.'....... . : f .'....'■..•.;:: «20 to 35 00 GERMAN CREPE DRESS WORSTED 3S 00 FRENCH BLACK PIQUE.: $25 to 35 00 LONDON BLACK DOESKIN SUIT. 35 00 WASHINGTON MILLS GRAY WORS- . ■ TED SUIT, to 0rder.... .....:.. 5au to SS'OO FINE ASSORTMENT IK TWEED' ' SUITING .......115 to «0 00 LATEST STYLE OF ENGLISH AND AMERICAN TROUSERING. .'..M to 12 OD 600 J Street , Corner Sixth, BACRAMEHTO OUR TASTE HAMS; ": Sweet, Juicy and Tender.. We live but once— ' -..".*"' V. ' ■ Why not live well and enjoy life? • HALL, LUHRS &amp; CO Wholesale Grocers and Provision Dealers .. '• ■;'.&gt;„ . Sacramento. C*l. ■-. A $4.00 BOOK FOR 75cts. I Tie Fanners' Encyclopedia. " : •;■ ■ Everything per* Hsßi...
CALAVERAS COUNTY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 27 April 1900
CALAVERAS COUNTY. Citizen. San Andreas. April 21, 1900 Allen Taylor, a pioneer of Calaveras county, and a widely known marblecutter, who was in business in Angels Camp for many years, died at his home in that city on Thursday last. He was laid to rest in tho Altavillo cemetery on Sunday last, the interment being in many respects a.unique one. Taylor was somewhat eccentric later in his life, and years ago constructed his own tomb, and arranged with his friend, John Carley, the undertaker, for tho disposition of bis body. Taylor dug his own grave, in one of the most beautiful sectious of the cemetery, under a wide spreading oak tree. This grave is lined with marble, so constructed that bis body would just fit it snugly, when wrapped in a simple shroud or blanket. Ho made sure, however, that no casket or box could be used, as he wished to be buried without the use of a coffin. This solidly constructed sepulchre was provided with a marble slab for a cover, thus sealing the tomb. Taylor ...
TUOLUMNE COUNTY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 27 April 1900
TUOLUMNE COUNTY. ' New Era, Carters, April 20, 1900. An accident occurred at the 1700 level of the Rawhide mine Tuesday .afternoon, in which a miner named Frank Aggaze was almost instantly killed by a boulder, weighing several hundred pounds, falling upon him from the roof of the tunnel and breaking his back, and another, August Lussiet, was severely injured by smaller rocks caving upon him. Several shots had a 'few minutes before been fired and it was shortly after the men returned to their work that the accident happened. Immediately a- messenger was sent to announce the unfortunate event to Mrs. Aggaze whose home is in Jamestown, but she arrived too late to again see her husband alive. The deceased was buried in - the Jamestown Catholic cemetery yesterday in the forenoon. Democratic Banner, Sonora, April JO, 1900. * Tuesday Henry Gardiner and wife. went to Angels Camp, being summoned because of the dangerous condition of Patrick Kelly, a brother to Mrs. Gardner. Tho injured man h...
EL DORADO COUNTY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 27 April 1900
EL DORADO COUNTY. Republican. Placsrville, April s», ISMI. % Among recent arrivals in Placvrvtfe N Mr. Cotton Clayton, a &gt; younjj press correspondent who has soon much of the world and a fmv of its hardships. He has" been in China, India, South Africa and the Philippines as well as many portions of this country and of Europe. - In South Africa' he was mixed up in ' tbe Jameson raid and the Hoe i-« ii him their compliments in tho gtrape of two-or three bullets. Mr. Clayton is a bright, active young man and a member of the San Francisco Press Club talks of remaining here permanently. While John Gray was travelling over the trail between Fair Play and Slug Gulch Tuesday"; evening he found tho dead body of John McGrath lying in or mar the [ trail about half way be-iwff-n the two places. McGrath had been in Fair Play Sunday and started to return to his home at Slug Gulch early Monday morning. He had been feeble for a loiig timo but had recently \i—.n better and thought he coul...
Young Mothers. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 27 April 1900
Young Mothers. Croup is the terror of thousands of young mothers, because its outbreak is so agonizing and frequently fatal. . Sbiloh's Cough and Consumption' Cure acts like magic in cases of Croup. It has never been known to fail. The worst cases relieved immediately. Price, 35c, SOoand tl. For sale by A. Goldner, the Druggist*
The Exhibit In Paris. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 27 April 1900
The Exhibit In Paris. The exhibit- of tho Division of Forestry for the Paris Exposition is now complete in Paris. It will be one of the most novel of the Government exhibits and will be wholly distinct from the commercial features of lumbering to be shown in another department. The display will bo in the form of a hall or pagoda, the walls of which consist of largo transparencies illustrating American forest ' conditions. These walls will be double and illuminated by interior electric lights. The pictures range in size from three by five feet to four by six feet. . There will be two transparencies six by ten feet, portraying groves of Rod Fir and California Big trees, two of the most impressj ive American trees. A point will be made of the relation of forestry to agriculture, and such subjects as protective forests, the use of trees in . preserving water supply, the management .of .woodlands, etc., are fully illustrated. The extent of the timber resources -of the United States will ...
What Is ShilohT [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 27 April 1900
What Is ShilohT A grand old Remedy for Coughs, Colds and Consumption; used through the world for half a century, has cured innumerable cases of incipient consumption and relieved many in advanced stages. If you are not satisfied with the results we will refund your money. Price, 25c. 50c and $1. For sale by A. Qoldner the Druggist, •
A COUNTRY NEWSPAPER MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 27 April 1900
A COUNTRY NEWSPAPER MAN. A Decided Difference Between a Country and Metropolitan Editor. Congressman Landis, writing in "Success," says a good many truthful things and made many a clever hit; But in nothing in ho nearer the bull's eye than when considering some phases of newspaper life and work he pays: "Money can make a metropolitan newspaper man in an hour. Give a country «.-ditor money and he will make a metropolitan newspaper- successful, while not one metropolitan newspaper man In a thousand could make a country newspaper succeed. Why? Because the metropolitan newspaper man is not adaptable to circumstances. .It would not surprise a country newspaper man were he in a single day to be called on to suggest two or three subjects for high school commencement essays, asked to write an obituary for a leading citizen, requested to advise a farmer on the matter of a lawsuit, implored to tender his good offices in settling a dispute among friends, entreated to quiet domestic discord in ...
HcCaU'B Magazine. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 27 April 1900
HcCaU'B Magazine. By reference to our clubbing rates our readers will see that we furnish McCall's Magazine, an especial favorite with the ladies, and tbe Amador Ledger, both one year for only ii.'iS. Each subscriber receives ;i McCall Magazine pattern, which is worth at least one-tifth of the price paid. If our people desire cheap and profitable reading we are prepared to furnish it. . *
Want a Flan. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 27 April 1900
Want a Flan. The Deering Harvester Company, of Chicago, has applied to tho Division of Forestry for a working plan for its 54,000-acre tract of hardwood timber Southeastern Missouri. This marks what is probably the first attempt of an American manufacturing-establishment to employ modern forest methods in raising hardwood timber for its own use. The timber owned by the company consists chiefly of oak, ash, and hickory, woods especially adapted to the manufacture of agricultural implements. The owners intend to remove all the less valuable species, such as cottonwood, gum, honey locust, and cypress, so as to give the others all possible advantage for growth. A plan will be made by which the merchantable timber may be removed without injury to the producing power of the forest. The Division will send experts to the tract to make the pbservatio.ns necessary for such a plan.
Do Hot Overlook This [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 27 April 1900
Do Hot 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 810, selling at $7.50. Remember that this sale will only last for six weeks. Max Lauar, 4-6 tl The Tailor, Jackson, Cal.
UTILIZING WASTE MATTER [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 27 April 1900
UTILIZING WASTE MATTER How Concentrated Fertility Is Disposed of. THE GREAT GANGES GANAL AND ITS COURSE Irrigation As Practiced By the British Government and the Great Canals of Masonry. Millions of dollars of waste occur every year in the cities of the United States; enough, it has been stated, to sustain ten million people. The waste in a single large city, New York for instance, is enormous, tho annual value of her sewage and manure alone being millions. New York's and Chicago's vast sewage is carried out to sea, and Chicagoans think they have achieved a great engineering triumph whereby their hundreds of thousands of tons of concentrated fertility is swept into the Mississippi and finally to the Gulf of Mexico. In this connection it is interesting to note that soma. communities are utilizing their waste in enriching adjacent lands. Paris i.s making a vastexperiment with its sewage for irrigating farm lands upon which can be grown wonderful yield*. A dispatch from Walla Walla, Wa...
EXCURSION RATES BOTH WAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 27 April 1900
EXCURSION RATES BOTH WAYS. The Bock Island Springs a Surprise On the Colorado Lines. The Trans-Missouri Committee of the Western Passenger Association is holding its annual meeting at the Brown Palace hotel. A surprise was sprung on the Committee at the morning session by General Passenger Agent Sebastian, of tho Rock Island. Beginning about June 20th, tbe Rock Island will run four excursions from Chicago, St. Louis, Kansas City and Omaha to Colorado common points, making a rate of one fare plus $2 for the round trip and return limit of October 31st on the tickets. These excursions will be run as special excursion trains and about the same dates return excursions will be run from Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo to the Eastern points, tbe same rate prevailing, thus enabling Colorado people desiring to do so to make tourist trips East during the summer, with the same advantages granted Eastern tourists who come West.— Denver Times
Proportionate Fineness of Gold. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 27 April 1900
Proportionate Fineness of Gold. Twenty-four carat gold is all gold; twenty-two carat gold has twenty-two parts of gold, one of sliver $nd one pf copper; eighteen carat gold has eighteen parts of pure gold and three parts each of sliver and copper; twolve carat gold is half gold, the remainder being made up of three and one half parts of silver and eight and one half parts of copper.
THE SACRAMENTO STREET FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 27 April 1900
THE SACRAMENTO STREET FAIR. This Exposition Will Be of Great Bene- fit to Central California. The Sacramento Street Fair and Trades Carnival will be held on tho streets surrounding Capitol Park, Sacramento, California, during the entire week 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; five, entertainments ou the streets by high class artists at frequent intervals each ■ day; many band? of music; magnificent electric illuminations and pyrotechnic displays. at night; a Mardi Gras fete, and many other features not yet thought of. Although the idea of a Street Fair is no...