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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 12 January 1900

MISCELLANEOUS. \ % A Grocer Says "I gness everybody in Bellevue, Ohio, knows O. B. Callaghan, the grocer. I an) in his em ~ ploy, and . I ' ■ am about us | I y | i tl c grocery is a| II cJ^^/KTrn i you have |f, V |_ \pifHfl A cold gusts /w!JI I L\ I L-1-' * there is a — . i. * good deal of _ II running r==nl 1 about out- ". I If f-doors too. Anyhow, I II IUSS catch cold very often, but -sss^L-sS* 5 the minute I begin to sneeze -^ {« I reach up on the shelf and . __^- take a dose of Acker's Eng- — ""^J lish Remedy. I tell yon it is wonderful how quickly it stops a congh or cold. I have used it myself, and in my family for a number of years. It works like, a charm. I suppose some of the folks would have run into consumption before this if I had neglected to keep a bottle ready all the time for immediate use. I wouldn't think of using anything else for throat and lung troubles. I know what Acker's Remedy actually does, so what sense is there in experimenting? Certainty is better than c...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 12 January 1900

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 12 January 1900

MISCELLANEOUS. || LONDON i J. H. HEITMAN | FINE T§ORINGJ Price List as Follows: II LONDON WEST OF ENGLAND C& BROADCLOTH SUIT .140 mH LONDON CLAY WORSTED, in Blue fl and Black — ..-..:...-. ... 40 Oofl NEW ENGLAND WASHINGTON H MILLS CLuVY WORSTED, bluo- Q black .$3O to 35 00 GERMAN CREPE DRESS WORSTED 35 00 FRENCH BLACK PIQUE $25 to 35 00 LONDON BLACK DOESKIN SUIT.... 35 00 WASHINGTON MILLS GRAY WORSTED SUIT, to order $3(1 to 35 IX) FINE ASSORTMENT IN TWEED SUITING $15 to 4000 LATEST STYLE OF ENGLISH AND AMERICAN TROUSERING.... ti to 13 00 600 J Street, Corner Sixth, SACRAMENTO A $4.00 BOOK FOR Tscts. The Farinsrs' Encyclopedia. I Wy^Vi^^ tJ'^.{BliSs*^^t J '^.{B liS5*^^ trated, bound In * grten cloth bind- ' , inp[ find €Kiii&l to other books coating $4.00. If yon desire this book Bend us our spedu offer price, $0.75, and 10.20 extra for postage and we will forward the book to you. If it is not satisfactory return it and we will exchange it or refund tout mone...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 19 January 1900

The Amador Ledger. Established November i, 1855. JACKSON, AMADOU COUNTY. CALIFORNIA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 19. 1900. Ten Cents Per Copy.

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DAVIS IS FOR GOOD ROADS [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 19 January 1900

DAVIS IS FOR GOOD ROADS Senator Has Sound Views on the Subject. TO RAISE MONEY IS THE FIRST NECESSITY Advocates the Issuance of Bonds to Provide the Needed Wherewithal for the Purpose. Editor Calareras Citizen: In response to your courteous request that I send . you some lines upon what appears to me to be the direction in which more immediate public action 1 should be concentrated for the advancement of mining interests, I would say the two main problems that confront us in the quartz-mining counties of the Mother Lode are: 1, that of obtaining a cheap, continuous motive power, and 2, that of good roads. "Whether the improvement of local conditions are to be attained by legisIlative relief or through the median of intelligent, concerted action of committees composed of public-spirited citizens all permanent betterment will be'the result of organized effort. "Without some local organization to advocate any proposition, no result, however, will ever be attained. To the end that no ul...

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Fixed as the Laws of the Medes et Al. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 19 January 1900

Fixed as the Laws of the Medes et Al. . She — It's a woman's privilege to. change- her mind, He— Yes i but on one point she never does. She— When, for instance? He — When she considers herself pretty. — Philadelphia Press. G. H. Applcton, Justice of the Peace, Clarksburg, N. J., says: "De Witt's Little Early Risers are the best pills made for constipation. We use no others." Quickly cure all liver and bowel troubles, City Pharmacy. *

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HAPPENINGS OF LAST WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 19 January 1900

HAPPENINGS OF LAST WEEK Doings in the Mother Lode Counties. WOOD CASE GOES TO MOKELUMNE HILL Al Manna the Victim of Austrian Hilarity— J.. Sullivan Drowned . in an Abandoned Shaft.

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EL DORADO COUNTY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 19 January 1900

EL DORADO COUNTY. Republican, Placerville, January 11th. One day last week— on Tuesday we believe — a heavy wind at tho Big Canyon mine demolished the biiiWin<r over the" chlorination works. It was not torn to pieces but pushed over. There were five men inside of it at the time, but the fallen building rested upon the furnace inside of it and thus prevented the men from being crushed, so that no one was hurt. Phileas Cote went down there a few days ago to repair the damage. The wind seems to have been quite violent on a line .north and south from Nashville, Big Canyon and Gold Hill, but farther east it was hardly noticeable, evidently being confined to a narrow belt of country. The Amador Ledger and its younger rival, the Amador Republican, Bavo been at war in Jackson since the advent of the latter a few years ago. The evils of excessive competition have finally given away to a sensible consolidation. The Republican sells out and is suspended and the Ledger continues. It ...

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CALAVERAS COUNTY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 19 January 1900

CALAVERAS COUNTY. Chronicle, Mokelumne Hill, January 13th. Norman Parrish, a pioneer business man of San Francisco, and senior partner in the California Mills, died very suddenly in that city Tuesday last. Death is supposed to have been caused by apoplexy. Mr. Parrish leaves a wife and three children, Mrs. E. J. Root, Mrs. William T. Plunkett and Walter N. Parrish of this place. Citizen, San Andreas, January 13th. The charge of misdemeanor against E. E. Wood of Angels Camp, for wrecking the Citizen office on the 29th of December last, . was called in Judge Kean's court last Saturday and the defendant arraigned. He pleaded not guilty to the charge and asked for a change of venue to some other court, preferring Angels Camp. The Court took the matter under advisement, and postponed the case until the sth inst. The matter was up again yesterday to hear argument on the motion, and Mr. Wood presented an affidavit setting forth his reasons for wishing the case transferred. The District Att...

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TUOLUMNE COUNTY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 19 January 1900

TUOLUMNE COUNTY. Banner, Sonora, January 13th. At 8 o'clock Monday evening, January Ist, John Sullivan left Algerine for his home, distant one-half mile. At the time there was a tempestuous storm of wind and rain and tho night was as black as the Imp of Satan is claimed to be. In traveling the trail he, it is supposed, became bewildered, lost his course and fell into an old mining shaft. The hole contained twenty feet of water, and in it Sullivan met death. Next morning searchers hunted the hills and brush for the missing man. Nowhere could the disappearing man be found. The seeking for Sullivan was kept up through the week and on Saturday, at noon, the body was discovered in tho shaft. The funeral services were held Sunday and burial was in the. Odd Fellows' Cemetery. Deceased was forty-four years of age and a native of Ohio. Thursday afternoon, January 4th, Dr. Ellis extracted the bullet from the back of Ed Izenberg. . It was a. fortyfour caliber and had been planted there by some...

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Maiiy a Lover [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 19 January 1900

Maiiy a Lover Has turned with disgust from an otherwise lovable girt with an offensive breath. Karl's Clover Root Tea purifies the breath by its action on the bowels, etc., as nothing else will. Sold for years on absolute guarantee. Price 45c and 50c. For sale by A. Goldner, the Druggist. *

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The Itinerant Library. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 19 January 1900

The Itinerant Library. The Mercantile Library has entered upon a contract with a literary club of Los Banos, Morcod county, to supply it with a traveling library. A nucleus of 100 volumes is to be always on hand, and as many more books as it is entitled to, according to membership, at tho rate of two books to each member, to bo changed from time to time. The club has furnished a charter membership of twenty-eight and also a bond of $200 for the safe keeping of tho book, and each member pays $1.50 dues every three months, in advance. Any community in the State has this privilege under tho same conditions. This is an innovation in litorarj work in California, and tho opportunity of tho small towns of the State in having access to the large subscription libraries of the city is of tho highest educational value to the country people. F. B Thirkield, Health Inspector of Chicago, says: -Kodol Dysyepsia Cure cannot be recenmmended too highly. It cured mo of severe dyspepsia." It cured me o...

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He Explained. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 19 January 1900

He Explained. Young Mr. Fitts. — What are you smiling at, dear? Mrs. Fitts.— l was just thinking how you used to sit and hold my hand for an hour at a time before we were married. How silly you were. Mr. Fitts.— l wasn't silly at all. I held your hand to keep you away from the piano.

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WASHOE INDIANS WILL HELP [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 19 January 1900

WASHOE INDIANS WILL HELP Joe Pete Will Likely Be Ar- rested Soon. THOUGHT NOW TO BE IN LASSEN COUNTY Indian Captains Want to Give Him v£ up, but Pear the Vengeance "kfl of His Relatives. A-. ■.. ■ - " -• /■SAt daybreak last Monday morning a crowd of men from Carson valley and Atpine county surrouuded the Indian camps at Woodfords, Markleevillo and tip .Diamond Sawmill. A thorough &.<ai<ch was made in air the camps for Joe Pete, the Indian who killed Will Dangberg on the 7th of last September, but tho Indian had been warned of the coming of the searching party and the search was unsuccessful. . After the men had examined every roll of blankets in each of the camps and were convinced that Joe Pete had skipped, an interview was had with Captain Pete Mayo, and ho was finally persuaded to come to Gardnerville and meet tho other Captains of the Washoe tribe. The four Captains held a meeting and consultation here Tuesday with a number of prominent citizens...

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KNOWS HER BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 19 January 1900

KNOWS HER BUSINESS. What Came to a Husband From Celebrat- ing a Wedding Aniversary. A good many years ago a certain Atchison girl landed a certain Atchison man. He was industrious, held on to bis job, and showed evidence of mounting higher. She noticed this and decided he was a good catch. He did not want to marry, but she worried him until he stood at the altar with her. From that time his ambition ceased. Oa.ce every year he celebrated his wedding aniversary by going on a big drunk which lasted . longer each time. He lost his job, of course, and it was not long until he had a big family. The celebration of his wedding anniversary finally became one continuous drunk, and his wife had to support him and the family. The boys are now almost young men, and occupying responsible positions. There -is a good deal of gossip abont their mother, because it is said she never permits one of her sons to go with a girl more than three times. A good many people make fun of the old lady, but she s...

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ORIENTAL IRRIGATION. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 19 January 1900

ORIENTAL IRRIGATION. Storage Reservoirs and Supplemental Grazing Fields in the Central Fart of Asia. In the tiny Asiatic province of Amara are found on a small scale some of tho most perfect irrigation systems in existence' and irrigation there has been practiced since tho^world was young. Everything in the little State is on a Lilliputian basis. The country naturally is cut up into small foothills with corresponding valleys, and farming is highly intensive. . Nature has cut out many small canyons and stone and earthen dams have been constructed across them, forming storage lakes which catch the rains and hold them to later water the thirsty soil of the fertile little valleys below, where the precious fluid is led through small distributing canals. The . rainfall is not many inches, but on the uplands the Turkestan alfalfa and drouth-resisting vetches are grown, supplementing the crops of the valleys and furnishing forage for the ponies and the broadr tailed sheep. The modern and mo...

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His Warm Betort. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 19 January 1900

His Warm Betort. Several women entered the car together. "Get up," said the fat man to the thin man, "and give a lady your seat." Fat men always think they are privileged to remain seated. "Get up yourself," retorted the thin man, "and give two ladies your seat." — Chicago Post.

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He Knew It. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 19 January 1900

He Knew It. "Is it true that your father has made an assignment?" asked the agitated lover of his fiancee. "All his vast fortune is swept away," she sighed; "but you are left, Algy." "I .should say I was left. Great heavens!" . Acker's English Remedy will stop a cough at any time, and will cure the worst cold in twelve hours, or money refunded; 25 cents and 50 cents. Sold by A. Goldner.

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Sweetness Abounds. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 19 January 1900

Sweetness Abounds. The United States, besides producing more than 304,545,450 pounds of sugar equal in value to $22,000,000, imports annually 772,727,272 pounds, representing a money value of about $84,000,000.

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Can Coin Chatter! [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 19 January 1900

Can Coin Chatter ! Miss Chicago— Money talks, you know. Miss Boston — A vulgar apothegm; culture makes no concessions to the loquacity of lucre.

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