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Free to Inventors. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900
Free to Inventors. The experience of C. A. Snow &amp; Co. In obtaining more than aj.OUO patents for inventors has enabled them to helpfully answer many questions relating to the protection of intellectual property. This they have done in a pamphlet treating briefly of United States and foreign patents, with cost of same, and how to procure them; trademarks, designs, caveats, infringements, decisiqus iq leading patent cases, etc.. etc. This pamphlet will be sent free to anyone writing to C. A. Snow &amp; Co., Washington, D. C.
STATE CONVENTION CALL [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900
STATE CONVENTION CALL Republicans of California Be- gin Work. STATE CONVENTION TO BE HELD IN SACRAMENTO The Rock Island Railway Makes Excursion Rates from Chicago In accordance with the directions of the Republican National Committee that delegated representatives of the Republican party from the several states assemble in National Convention in the city of Philadelphia, State of Pennsylvania, on Tuesday, tho 19th day of June, A. D. 1900, at 12 o'clock noon, for the purpose of nominating candidates for the office of President and Vice President of the United States, and for such other business as may be brought before said convention; and in accordance with the instructions given by said National Committee, directing that the Congressional District delegates shall be chosen at a convention called by tho Congressional Committee of each said .district, in the same ~ manner as the nomination of a Representative In Congress is made in said district; therefore, be it Resolved, by the Rep...
One Way. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900
One Way. McJigger— He'll never succeed in life — never make a living, in fact. Thingumbob— Why do you think that? McJigger— Oh, every time he opens his mouth he puts his foot in it. Thingumbob— Well, that's one way at least of making both ends meet.
NEWS OF RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900
NEWS OF RAILWAYS. Rock Island Announces Special Excusrion Rates The Rock Island's proposition for cheap rate excursions to and from Colorado during this summer has been negatived by the Western Passenger Association. In consequence notice was served yesterday on Chairman McLeod by General Passenger Agent Sebastian, that the Rock Island will take independent action and put in effect a rate of one fare plus $2.00 for the round trip from Chicago and all intermediate points east of the Missouri River to Denver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo, Salt Lake City and Ogden. Tickets at this rate will be sold on June 20, July 9 and 17 and August 1. From Missouri River points the same rate will be made on the days following these dates. Tickets at this rate also will be sold from Missouri River gateways, Kansas City to Omaha, inclusive, on July 7, 8 and 9. .". Four special excursions also will be run by the Rock Island from Colorado common points to Chicago and intermediate stations on June 23, July 1...
Many a . Lover [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900
Many a Lover Has turned with disgust from an otherwise lovable girl 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 25c and 50c. For sale by A. Goldner, the Druggist. *
Do Not Overlook This [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900
Do Not Overlook This And purchase from some one else. Just received my spring and summer goods, which I carefully selected while n tho 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 The Tailor, Jackson, Cal..
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900
MISCELLANEOUS. WHITE |lHi Breaks World's Records At the Saucer Track, Los Angeles. "Ride a 'White' and keep in front and save repair bills." Hardy Downing, the middle distance champion, Feb. 22, broke all world's records from i to 15 miles on a 1900 White Bicycle. H. B. Freeman broke the one mile competition record Feb. 18th, on a 1900 "White" Bicycle. H. B. Freeman holds the world's one mile record of 1:28 2-5, made on the "White" wheel. All famous champions ride the "King of Wheels," the Orlando Stevens, Johnny Chapman, H. B. Freeman, Hardy Downing, F. A. McFarland, and others. You can't afford to buy a cheaper wheel than the "White," and pay out more to keep it in order during a single season than a high-grade "White" costs in the beginning. Don't buy until you see the 1900 "White" the only modern wheel on tho market. We don't sell you '98 or '99 goods for 1900 models. ;..-&gt;• Agents Wanted Everywhere.' Write for prices and Catalogue. : ' ■ • . WHITE SEWING MACHINE COMP...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900
MISCELLANEOUS. Dr. Pierces's Golden Medical Discovery for the blood, liver, lungs. Experience has shown to physicians that the majority of diseases have their origin in the derangement or disease of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition. The stomach is the receptacle in which food is received and the laboratory in which it is prepared to nourish the different parts of the body. It prepares brain nourishment in one way, nerve nourishment in another, muscle nourishment in another. When the stomach is "out of order" these various forms of nourishment are only partly or imperfectly prepared, and nerve, muscle, or brain, as the case may be, is only partly fed, and the result is pain, which is Nature's prot&lt;#t and warning. The pain may be in the head or in the heart, but you must reach it through the stomach or you can't cure it. That is the philosophy on which Dr. Pierces Golden Medical Discovery is prepared. It has absolute control of the stomach and digesti...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900
LAWYERS. E. A. FREEMAN Attorney-at-Law Jackson, Cal. Office in Marelia building, corner Main and Court streets. D. B. Spagnoli Attorney and Counselor at Law Practice in all the States and Federal courts Office: Spagnoli building, opposite Hall of Records. A CAMINETTI Attorney and Counselor at Law Jackboh, Cal. Will practice in all the State and Federal courts. T3OHEKT C. BOLE Attorney-at-Law ■ Jacmoit, Cal. &gt; Office: Farley bullding,'Summlt street. ~VTEIL A. MACQUABRIE Attorney and Counselor at Law Jackson, Cal. Office : Spagnoli block. Courthouse square. T W. CALDWELL V. Attorney-at-Law ; JACKBOH, CAL. ;•:■-■?, Will practice In all courts of the State Ty »• WILLIS Attorney-at-Law Jackson, Cal. Office: With E. A. Freeman. Practice iv State Courts. TOHST 'T. DAVIS LAWYER— i^ Jackson, Cal. * Office on Summit Street, oppesite Courthouse. JACOB L. SARGENT Office: Marelia building, Court street. Mines and mining laws a specialty. NOTARIES. ' ; ; -iH TTILDA CLOUGH Stenographer ...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900
The sanitary conditions of Jackson will not, and in the very nature of things cannot, be brought to anything like perfection without the aid of, municipal government. The Ledger is well aware of the unfortunate fact that many of our most influential citizens are opposed to the incorporation of Jackson, but soouer or later; they must give way to popular sentiment^aud refrain from active opposition to a much needed public benefit. For argument's sake ;it -may be admitted that the expense of running municipal- machinery is somewhat expensive, but are not the benefits to be obtained worth all and : more than they will cost? 'This village must be cleaned and kept clean in order to insure the health and vigor ;of its inhabitants. Cleanliness will also bring about cheerfulness and happiness, for a community of miasma poisoned people cannot be either cheerful or happy. When this camp •is properly conditioned as to sanitary, matters, it will take rank as one of the most desirable places for ...
Meeting of Republican Club. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900
Meeting of Republican Club. The Jackson Republican Club met at Webb Hall on Dr. C. A. Herrick presiding: Minutes of previous meeting read and approved. C. A. Herrick reported having received communications from Presidents of Republican Clubs agreeing to accept Hon. John F. Davis as delegate at large for State Convention. Secretary J. E. Dye reported the delegates to State Convention as follows: John F; Davis, at large; Hon. E. C. Vooiheis. Will A. Newcum. Fred L. Stevrart, F. M. Whitmore, S. K. Thornton. . Communication from Senator Geo. C. Perkins was read with interest. J. E. Dye Jr. reported upon ths Conferem*; at Sacramento in detail. He stated that L. J. Fontenrose was elected Secretary of the Convention and that the Amador delegation .was the largest ono presents Senator John F. Davis addressed the meeting and dwelt upon the. organization of Republican Clubs, etc. Ho suggested that every member of the club ought to carefully road tho Porto Rico Bill as finally passed; which is...
THE WORK OF FLAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900
THE WORK OF FLAMES. A Barn and Contents Are Burned to the Ground. On Thursday evening of last week at about 9 o'clock a barn belonging .to Paul Herman, and located near the Ml. Echo schoolhouse on the Dry town and lone road, burned to the ground. Mr. Herman was in attendance at the meeting of the N. S. G. W., lodge at Amador City, and not present at the time of tho fire. About 9 o'clock Clarence Walker, who id Herman's neighbor, was about to retire when he discovered the barn to be on fire. He made a number of efforts to save some of the 'contents of the building and succeeded in getting out of harm's way, a, couple of plows and a four-horse wagon which was in such a position that by pulliug- off the brake and giving the wagon a start it whlrlod on down the hill. There were five head -of horses in the barn, all but one becoming victims to tho flames. Ono of the horses burned belonged to Mr. Herman's father. Besides the horses there were destroyed one four-horse wagon, three sets of ...
A Card. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900
A Card. •I take this means of informing my clients in Amador county that I will bo absent from tho 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. McGee.