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DOCUMENTS RECORDED. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900

DOCUMENTS RECORDED. DEEDS. F. Chase to Blue Lakes Water CompanyRight of way; 11. Chanmer Bros, to Blue Lakes Water Company —Right of way; tl. D. P. Oliver to Blue Lakes Water CompanyRight of way; |l. , W. Marchand to Blue Lakes Water Company —Right of way ; tl. . - V. . »'• W. Wallace to Blue Lakes Water Company — Right of way; $75. W. E. Stewart to Blue Lakes Water Company —Right of way ; 1200. L. Pacheco to Blue Lakes Water CompanyRight of way; tl. P. Sawyer to Blue Lakes Water CompanyRight of way ; (1. .:•'■;::.■ £ - M. Bearce to Blue Lakes Water CompanyRight of way ; (1. J. Lofstad to Blue Lakes Water CompanyRight of way; tl. E. Mehlert et al to Blue Lakes Water Company—Right of way; tl. R. Ballantine to Blue Lakes Water Company —Right of way; 11. T. Qolta et al to Blue Lakes Water Company — Right of way; 11. F. Serine to W. Angus— NW« of section 8, township 7, N R l4 E ; 110. Chas. Mast to G. Lucy ci al— lnterest in Honolulu Lady Q. M. ; 1350. A. C. Adams to O. L. Webster— Part...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
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Cftrt of Thanks. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900

Cftrt of Thanks. The daughters of the late William Venn wish to return thanks to the many friends who so kindly assisted them during the last sickness and death of their father, Mrs. R. L. Green, Miss Mary Venn. Plymouth, Cal., May 8, 1900. "I think De Witt'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 {ripe. City Pharmacj.

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The Health Ojßee Question. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900

The Health Ojßee Question. . While It is a fact that a health officer Is seriously handicapped in the absence of municipal government, and cannot therefore enforce the . law* bo readily and abate nuisances . so promptly, yet to be without such officer, especially In time of epidemic when rigid quarantine is necessary, would be a poor kind of economy. So far as Amador county is concerned, the combined salary of the county physician and health officer is but a trifle more than . other counties pay for the service of a physician. For example, ■ Calaveras county pays its county physician (90 a month and furnishes a nurse and medicine. Amador county pays for a similar service $60 a month and furnishes neither nurse nor medicine. - Thus it Is " apparent that what our health officer does accomplish Is, or would be if we paid the county physician ' as much ' as physicians of other counties get, simply a donation. It is not claimed that the health officer has accomplished all that ought to h...

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Funeral of Herbert Vela. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900

Funeral of Herbert Vela. The funeral of the late Herbert Vela took place on Tuesday afternoon, May Bth, Rev. F. A. Morrow officiating. The procession left the house about 2 p. m. and went direct to the cemetery where Impressive commitment ceremonies were had. The attendance was large and the floral offerings numerous and beautiful. Undertaker Roberts of Sutter Creek was in charge. Tllxu The deceased wm ; called In. the springtime of life, his age being about 22. ! He was an exemplary young man, industrious and economical and had bis life been spared no doubt he would have become a substantial and prominent citizen. His brother, George, was sick almost unto death when he died, but is now, we believe, . much improved and in a fair way for recovery. ■ The sorely bereaved family have the heartfelt sympathy of the entire community.'

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flutter Will Celebrate. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900

flutter Will Celebrate. The citizens of S utter Creek are 1 unanimously In favor of a Fourth of July celebration, and steps leading in that direction were taken this week. The business men of Sutter have agreed to contribute to the enterprise and the movement is now well under way. An executive committee has been' appointed as follows: Miss May Malls, John Lithgow, Jackson Dennis, Henry M. Calkins, M. T. Conners. " It ia proposed to introduce several new features, one of which will bo a number of trained acrobats from. San Francisco who will give a continuous performance on the street during the day. The procession will also contain new and novel features.

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Postponed. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900

Postponed. ' The dance advertised for' May 12 at Butte City, has been postponed to Saturday evening, May 19. . . Tony Mello. "

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Health Officers Eeport. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900

Health Officers Report. County Health Officer Endicott reported to the Board of Supervisors. Abated nine nuisances; inspected Sutter Creek and Jackson; issued ten burial permits; cause of deaths, consumption four, pneumonia one, tumor one, Bright 's disease two, suicide one, one accidental death came under Coroner's attention.

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The Wrong Glasses Will Kuin Tour Ere*. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900

The Wrong Glasses Will Ruin Your Eyes Dr. O. N. Sullivan, the well known refraction specialist, is to arrive May 18th and open his office at Globe Hotel. Those who require the services of an expert will receive courteous treatment from Dr. Sullivan, who is a gentleman of culture and a self-made man in the school of experience. "., Call at once. Glasses fitted. , • ; 5-11-tf

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Died in Saa Francisco. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900

Died in San Francisco. Mrs. Carrie L. Petty, wife of James G. Petty of Buena Vista, died at the home of James Dorland, San Francisco, April 29, 1900. Deceased came to Amador county when she was 18 years of age. Married James G. Petty January 29, 1881. She was a member of Geneva Parlor No. 107, N. D..G. W., of Camanche.

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They Did Well. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900

They Did Well. Rawson's Pacific Show of trained animals were here on. Thursday and Friday of last week. Owing to a delay in the arrival of their wagons no show was had Thursday evening, but on Friday afternoon and evening the trained animals performed for large audiences, giving complete satisfaction to the patrons.

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Will Visit Europe. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900

Will Visit Europe. Chris Marelia will soon leave Jackson for a trip through Europe with a view of regaining his health, which has been rather poor for the past two or three years. During his absence his brother, Nick Marelia, will have charge of his interest in the store and also of his real estate.

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Hone and Buggy for Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900

Hone and Buggy for Sale. The undersigned will sell his horse and buggy at a very reasonable price. Terms cash. Call on or apply to Dr. C. A. Herrick Jackson Cal.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900

a^edLical # sMf. In.stit\a.te . r"" : ;':\7— — - ; . ' THE AFFLICTED FROM ALL PARTS OF California and the Paoine Coast are coming dally 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 ef 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 cure of such cases as have resisted the ordinary modes of treatment. Dr. Neagle and associates treat and cure all Chronio Diseases and Diseases ot 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 pr...

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BLOWN TO COLORADO [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900

BLOWN TO COLORADO A HORSELESS WAGON TRIP FROM KANSAS TO DENVER. Thin Prairie Schooner Wu Rigged With Sail* and Hade Record Time Years Ago In the Great Race For tlte Newly Discovered GoldMelda. lv these days of automobiles, motorcycles and horseless vehicles it may not be uuiuteresting to know that one of the farly inventions in this country to do away with animal motive power originated In Kansas City, Kan. Samuel Peppard was the genius who constructed a vehicle that carried him and three companions over the plains from Oskaloosa almost to Denver. And with such rabidity, too, that he not only passed all the white people Journeying the same way, but easily distanced Indian pursuers and won his rig the unstinted admiration of the red men. It was during the time of the excitement following the discovery of gold in Colorado. A great many people bad set out for this Ei Dorado, and long wagon trains were to be seen every day moving across the plains. Mr. Peppard was anxious to go, but the...

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HE WAS TELLING HI. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900

HE WAS TELLING HI. During one of the earliest visits of the royal family- to Balmoral Prince Albert» dressed in a simple manner, was crossing one of the Scottish lakes In a steamer and was curious to note everything relating to the management of the vessel and, among many other things, the cooking. Approaching the galley, where a brawny highlander was attending to the culinary matters, he was attracted by the savory odors of a pot of "hodgepodge," which the highlander was preparing. "What is that?" asked the prince, who was not known to the cook. "Hodgepodge, sir," was the reply. "How is It made?" was the next question. "Why, there's mutton intil't and turnips intll't and carrots intil't and"— "Tes, yes," said the prince; "but what is Intil't?" The man looked at him, and, seeing that the prince was serious, he replied: "There's mutton intil't and turnips intil't and""Yes, certainly, I know," urged the inquirer, "but what is Intil't— lntil't?" "JUan," yelled the highlander, brandishi...

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IT DISAPPEARED. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900

IT DISAPPEARED. Herrmann'* Clever Trick With a Quart Bottle of Champagne. "The late Herrmann, the magician," said George Carroll of St. Louis, "I know quite well md used to see a great deal of whenever he visited my home. He was a ino.sl iuteresting m;in and perfectly wonderful with bis peculiar tricks. "In connection with his ability to palm or conceal articles, no matter What might be their size, I remember a rather interesting story that used to be told about him. He was one night at a dinner in one of the clubs here, and, the conversation turning naturally on palming as a tine art, Herrmann was asked by a fellow diner If he could palm a quart bottle of champagne. "Previous to answering the query the luagician pulled up the sleeve of his coat exposing his right arm almost to the elbow, and then taking a bottle of champagne in his band said: 'To palm an object successfully It must be sufficiently small, either to be concealed by the baud itself or by hand and wrist combined. In th...

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MAUSERS AND LEE-ENFELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900

MAUSERS AND LEE-ENFELDS. The chief distinction between the Mauser and the Lee-Eufleld is this— that while the Lee-Enfleld has a magazine which is inserted underneath the foody through the trigger guard and secured by a catch and is provided with what is called a "cut off" to prevent the eartridgaayjapm rising, so that it can be used as'fr-tfHuplc breechloader for single firing until the magazine, which contains ten cartridges, is ordered to be used, the Mauser has a magazine which, though not absolutely fixed, is only intended to be taken oft for cleaning. It does not need a "cut off" to use as a single loader. The magazine contains five cartridges, but whereas the cartridges for the Lee-Enfleld have, when the magazine is charged, to be each put in separately, the magazine of the Mauser is filled at once by placing against the face of the magazine a set of five cartridges held in a clip which falls off when the cartridges have been inserted in the magazine. Tbus if each weapon were ...

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A THEATRICAL PUZZLE [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900

A THEATRICAL PUZZLE "There Is something absolutely baffling to understand," said a theatrical manager, "about the perfect regularity of the sizes of audiences for any given play. You know I manage two theaters here in New York. One of them holds about 2,000 people and the other holds about 1,000 people. "Now. when we hare a play that is what we call a great success at the small theater — such a success that we have to turn people away every night — It Is almost Invariable that the number turned away Is not far from 30 each night— that is to say, 1,000 people come and get In and SO come and cannot get In. And when we have a similar success at the large theater the average number of people turned away is just the same— about 30— that Is, 2,000 people come and get in and 30 come and cannot get In. "Now, to all appearances the one play has made just as big a hit as the other, so why is it that Just about 1,030 people want to see the one every night and Just about 2,000 people want to se...

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KEY, KEE, KAY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900

KEY, KEE, KAY. Professor Skcat wishes to know when the pronunciation of key as kee can first be clearly detected. It occurs In Milton, "Corous," line 13: . To l»y their just hand* on that golden key That opes the palace of eternity. And a little later In Marvell's "Fleeno:" Now as two instruments to the same key Bring tuned by art, if the one touched be. The other opposite as soon replies. These Instances are curious, for both before and after this time tlie prevailing pronunciation was evidently kay. Herbert rhymes the word with way. In "The Secrets of Angling" (1613) culverkeys is rhymed with rays. In Withers "Mistress of Phil'arete" (1G22), key with day. Dryden. too, and Swift have the same pronunciation, and not till I come to Green's "Spleen" (1737) do I. after an hour's search, find the other. There pleas rhymes with keys. This pronunciation must, however, have become common soon afterward. In Duncombe's "Imitation of Gray's Elegy" It is rhymed with me, and Garrick rhymes it w...

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