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May 2d at Sacramento. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 27 April 1900
May 2d at Sacramento. Wednesday, May 2d, the Sacramento Street Fair and Trades' Carnival Committee wil} devote, to ."Oriental Day," and the event will be of much interest to the - residents of . this section. Ho Vow, the Imperial Consul-General and his s«*te, wiir be present and preside over the • 'March of the " Dragon, ' * which is a distinctively Chinese arrrangement, at which a Dragon over 300 feet, long heads the column and is borne along by concealed carriers, so that it appears as if this monster was actually endowed with life and is moving up the street in all its weird magnificence of its own accord. ■'
Was Tendered a Reception. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 27 April 1900
Was Tendered a Reception. The Epworth League of the M. E. church gave a farewell reception last Monday evening, to Master Rob Robertson, a member of the League, who is about to take up his residence in Stockton. A abort programme was rendered. The pastor, Rev. F. A. Morrow, on : behalf of the League, made the presentation speech and handed to Master Robertson a gold Epworth League badge in the form of a watch charm. Master Robertson, in his reply, expressed his appreciation of the gift. Ice-cream and cake were served and a very pleasant hour spent by the young people, after which good nights were said and before 10 o'clock all had wended their way home.
A Distressing Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 27 April 1900
A Distressing Accident. The home of James Cook, four miles below lone, is in mourning, caused by the sudden death of a son aged about 11 years. Last Sunday morning this lad left home with a gun, intending to bring in some game. . He was found about 10 o'clock the same morning horribly mangled, the entire charge from his weapon having entered his breast killing him, no doubt, instantly. It is supposed' that ' he had crawled through the fence and turned around to pull the; gun i through, .which was discharged during the process, the contents entering the body as above mentioned. The bereaved members of the Cook family have the heartfelt sympathy of the community. The funeral took place last Monday and was well attended.
Early Morning Wedding. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 27 April 1900
Early Morning Wedding. The well-known tonsorial artist, Mr. Frank Valvo, and Miss Louisa Brinnadelli, both of this place, were united in marriage at the Catholic church by flev. Father Gleeson, early last Wednesday morning. . Immediately after the ceremony Mr. : and Mrs. Valvo took a private carriage for lone en route to San Francisco, where they will spend their honeymoon. Later they will return and go to keeping, house in the Hepburn residence, Hamilton tract. Mr. and Mrs. Valvo have a large circle of friends here, and their, best wishes go with, them not only to San Francisco, but all through the journey of life.
A Card. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 27 April 1900
A Card. : I, '.take .this means . of • informing my clients in Amador county that I will lie absent from the county for a few months; during my absence my office at Jackson will be in charge of -Attorney Fred L. Stewart, who can be found there every day during business hours. Mr. Stewart is well known in : the" county, having practiced law at lone For the past two years; he was associated with me in San Francisco for three years, and I can recommend him. as a prompt, careful, able and trustworthy lawyer. Respectfully, 4-27-3t . . . Wm. J. McGeb.
Get Them Cheap. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 27 April 1900
Get Them Cheap. Six pair men's no seam Bocks for 25 cents at the annual clearance sale at the Red Front. :. • •r- 3-6 A. B. Caminetti, proprietor of the Central Market, has just received a supply of fancy delicacies— a finer stock than has ever before been Been In Jackson. . 4-6tf ■1 think DeWitt's Little Early Risers are the best pills in the world," says W. E. Lake, Happy Creek, Va. They remove all obstructions of the liver and bowels, act quickly and never gripe. City Pharmacy. - "
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 27 April 1900
* lELStitvite THE AFFLICTED FROM ALL PARTS OF California and the Pacific Coast are coming daily to Sacramento to avail themselves of Dr. Neagle's wonderfully successful treatments. Dr. Neagle has devoted over thirty years to the study and treatment of diseases of the eye, ear, head, throat and lungs and the digestive organs. By his peculiarly successful methods of treatment Dr. Neagle has gained an enviable reputation for his skill in the oure of such oases as have resisted the ordinary modes of treatment. - Dr. Neagle and associates treat and cure all Chronle Diseases and Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Throat and Lungs, Liver, Heart, Kidney, Bladder, Brain Catarrh, Asthma. Rheumatism, Bronchitis.. Headache, Deafness, - Chills and Malaria, Skin Diseases, Neuralgia, Diabetes, Dyspepsia, Dropsy. Eczema, Scrofula, Chronio Diarrhea. Hemorrhoids and Rectal Troubles, and all forms of Sores, Blood and Wasting Diseases. All private and wasting diseases promptly cored and their effects permanentl...
FIRST WliQ IN HISTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 27 April 1900
FIRST WliQ IN HISTORY. It. Was Worn by the Daughter of Baal, King of Israel. , The first wig mentioned In history was made of a goat's skin and worn by the daughter -of Saul, king of Israel. The first artistic wigs were made In the south of Italy for the Gaplnlens, who lived in Apulia and were known for the luxuries of their toilet These people were, they say, the first who painted their faces. This they did with •he juice of strawberries. The Persians wore wigs. Xenophon relates that little Cyrus, when he visited Astyages, his grandfather, whose eyes were framed hi blue paint and who wore an enormous wig, threw himself on his knees and cried, "Ob, mother, what a beautiful grandfather I have!" Aglais, a maid of honor, was so struck by the appearance of the old gentleman that she remained with Astyages as a slave. The Phoenician women, who were proud of their hair, having been ordered by. their priests to offer It up on the altars dedicated to Venus after the death of Adonis, obeyed,...
Carried Her Point and Pet. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 27 April 1900
Carried Her Point and Pet. It is said by a cynic of the masculine gender that a man never yields when he knows he Is In the right nor a woman when she is equally certain she is In the wrong. In an Amsterdam avenue car the other day, while the conductor- was forward collecting fares, a woman, - followed by a large English bulldog, entered and seated herself. .■ "Madam," said the conductor, "dogs are not allowed In these cars." I "I am going to Fifty-seventh street. Here Is my fare," was the answer. "I cannot take It madam. It is as much as my position Is worth to let that dog ride in this car." "Here is my fare." - • . "1 must enforce the rule. It would be better to get off quietly; otherwise I shall have to call an officer." "I've taken the dog in these cars before." "Only dogs that can be carried are allowed to ride In these cars." "Come, darling, get In mother's lap," she said to the beast and after considerable effort she succeeded In dragging "darling" upon her knees. She flashe...
A Question of Clocks. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 27 April 1900
A Question of Clocks. Which is the best, a clock that is right only once a year, or a clock that Is right twice every day? "The latter." you reply, "unquestionably." Very good, reader; now attend. 1 have two clocks; one doesn't go at all and the other loses a minute a day, which would you prefer? "The losing one," you answer, "without a doubt" Now observe. The one which loses a minute a day has to lose 12 hours, or 720 minutes, before It is right again; consequently' lt is only right once In two years, whereas the other Is evidently right as often as the time It points to come round, which happens twice a day. So you've contradicted yourself once. ."Ah, but" you say, "what's the use of Its being right twice a day, if I can't tell when the time comes?" Why, suppose the clock points to 8 o'clock, don't you see that the clock Is right at 8 o'clock? Consequently when 8 o'clock comes your clock Is right "Yes, I see that," you reply. Very good; then you've contradicted yourself twice. New...
How He Discovered Her. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 27 April 1900
How He Discovered Her. ."Yes," said a noted detective, "I have seen a great many queer things in my experience." "Discovered a good many gigantic frauds, I suppose?" ventured an admirer. "Well, I should say so," was the reply. "But, between you and me, the most complete piece of deception 1 1 ever saw was a woman, young, pretty and, I would have sworn, an angel." "But she wasn't?" "I should say not She has a temper Uke a whirlwind, and when she gets wild the very earth seems to shake." ( "Good gracious! And how did you manage to discover her true character?" "Well, I— ahem! The fact is, I married her!"
They Sfarrr Voting:. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 27 April 1900
They Sfarrr Voting:. The Boer youth weds extremely young. His education Is over and be Is considered a man of business when he Is 16. His bride does not come to him portionless, but usually with a dowry consisting of cows, goats and sheep, a span of oxen and a quiet riding horse. 'Xo each child that Is born a well to do Boer likes to assign certain farm stock as a "nest egg" for a future dowry or as a start hi life.
Cold Comfort. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 27 April 1900
Cold Comfort. Mr. Perm— Sir William Thompson says that the end of the world will not be brought about by fire, but by frost, and that the finality will come in 10,000,000 years. Mr. Pitt— lf there Is any comfort In .that, It Is cold comfort.— Plttsburg Chronicle-Telegraph. In a map of China recently published by the China Inland mission It Is pointed out that it Is wrong to speak of the "Yang-tse Kiang river," as kiang means river. Some husbands suggest nothing bo much as that more or less backbone came away, with the rib that woman ■was made of.— Detroit Journal. , :■'■:;-■ -^ *--.-■ ■■■■■ :&gt;ii*rrssn?: %