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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 3 April 1908

OLDEST PAPER LARGEST CIRCULATION It Pnyn the Business Man to Adver tise In the Ledger. Established October 27, 1855. lawyers; ■Vyit. U, BNVOKK, .■\lliirn« i .v-iit-l.i"v, JACKSON, CAL. OfAt'C In Marella Itulltllug, Court street. Will prncttce in all tho oouruof the state, fo DOCTORS. •XT* K. KNMCOTT, M. I>. rhyalclnn nnd Surgeon Jackson, Oal. ■■. - ■ Office: Webb building. All calls promptly attondod to at all times, r-v It. I'HKI). V. BPHAOUK rhynlclaii nnd Surgeon JACKSON, CAL. Okficb— Next door to residence, north Jlaln street, opposite California hotel. Telephone Main 32 I~\lt. A. M. UAL.I* Phyalclnn nnd Surgeon Jackson. Cal / Office In Marella building, Main Street. r~-\ 11. (illtllONS 31. D. Physician nnd Surgeon Jackson, Cal. Office and residence: Well building. Office Houbs:— 2 to 4 p. m. and whenevor not otherwise ontfagod. Telcpnono niainxu. T> S. OOODMAN M. It. riiyfllclnn nnd Surgeon Sutter Creek, Cal. TTVH. L. (t. LYNCH Physician and Surgeon it« e ] Olßce, Main 26...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 3 April 1908

2 . AMADDR LEDBER Published every Friday Afternoon RICHARD WKDB Editor and Proprietor M. P. CALKINS BustoeM Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES) On« year (In advance %1 00 Oco year (If not in advance) 2 Hi Btx moil Mi s I 00 Three months 0 fio One or more ooples, each 0 6 Legal advertising— per iqunic of S.TI oms— First Insertion I 1 00 Subsequent Insertions— pc r Aciuare-each BO KN7F.RKD AT THE POSTOrfICK AT JACKSON AS BBCOND-CI,ASB MATTEH. TTJTC pAppi) is kopt on nio at K. C. DAKK'S Advertising Agßticy, 77» Mnrkot street i nio l n.i. i«l\ Snu Francisco, California, where contracts for advertising can be mudo CITY OFFICIAL PAPER. 7RIDAY APRIL 3, l!i()8 REGULATING NEWSPAPERS. The new postal law in regard to second-class mail matter, which is now in effect, has caused a great deal of criticism from the press. It is certainly one of the most drastic regu lations affecting newspapers ever promulgated. Under the liberal postal laws newspapers are entitled to free transporta tion through the mail...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 3 April 1908

Amador County Descriptive Article Amador county comprises an area of S squares miles. It lies on tho wr» ni slope of Sierra Nova tin mountains', (1 embraces within its territory all fl diversity of valley, foothill, nnd gh mountainous landc. Climate.— Tho cllnmfo of tho popu js portions of tho county is as genial d healthful us can ba found anywheres California, As climate is one of the Wt valuable assets of this Favored ito in attracting 1 population, Amador inds second to no county in this re* jrd. It, should, unil no doubt will in ne, when Its climatic advantages arc pro thoroughly understood nnd up oclatod, become v health resort not for thoso in less favored states, It for the residents of other parts of ilifornla. Tho toinporaturu alono the ltral portion rarely falls below 30 grecs above zero In winter, ivnd ns •ely rises to 100 degrees in Mis sum :i\ Snow seldom falls In tho settled tricts, and nevor remains on tho jund for more than a few hours. Of irso, In the high mountain...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 3 April 1908

4 FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS AMADOU. Marob 30.—- The prospects for n crop throughout this section of the country is very unfavorable, and unless we have a downpour soon there will be little harvesting done; but our weather prophet hns not yet given up all hope nnd still maintains that one of tho heaviest slorma ot the sen9on is gathering in the distance. We may, like Kobert lJurns, who, soon after wtltiug his noted poem, "JL'he gloom of night is gathering fast," had all his despondent thoughts and gloomy mood dispelled by nn ini droamed of shower of prosperity also be visited by a shower of blessings that will till our burns and store bouses to overflowing. After standing behind the conntor for a week, denling out goods tv tbe curious, poring ovei aatnlogues in tbe vain hope of finding pricos nnd pictures that would tickle tbe most economical nud satisfy the most fastidious, we oloeed uur doors Sun day morning, for a rumble over tbe bills and vales, to listen to the songs of nature, an...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 3 April 1908

RUHSER'S Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla Makes Pure Blood. There is no one— big, little, old or young— but has impure blood in the Spring. It is nature. Cold vraither makes bud blood, because the functions of the skin are not active in tha Winter, A vast part of all impurities of the body," especially ol the tissues immediately under the akin, depend upon the skin for elimination. When it is cold ull tho little pores of the skin are contracted until they arc nearly closed, preventing the escape of impurities. This throws increased work on the other eliminating organs, which, us a rule, have about all they want to do. Consequently, this matter stays in the blood or is absorbcO back into tbo tissues. Ruhscr's Compound Extract of Sarsapa- rilla will remove all tlicso impurities and is the only Spring Medicine and Purifier. Price per bottle $1.00 RUHSER'S CITY PHARMACY. Jackson* Cal. TEMPERATURE AND RAINFALL This table gives the hlghoßt nnd lowest tem perature la Jackson for ouch duy, ...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 3 April 1908

6 Clipped from our Exchanges From Near-by Counties. The American DrodlDß Uompnny, in which our hnnkors, .). \V. Surface IX Son, are honvy stockholder*, met wil.hu sovore loss by llro Monday. I'lio following nucount we copy from Tuesday's E.xnmlnor: "The .Ameri can Dnid :ln# (Jompnny's drerluor, f"Uuclo Hani, 11 the largest on the coast, which tons been operating nt the foot ot Alien struet'iu Oakland on the flonth eldo of the ostimry, wan burned to tho water's od^o at f> o'clock Monday niorniuK, eutnlliug a loss of 8100,000. I'bo origin of tho tiro Is unknown, but is bol loved to Luvo becomo started trom n leak iv the oil tank of the engine room. Whalovpr its cause only a charred anri blackouod skeleton remains to tell whom tho big double deck dredger had been anchored. — Koho. The American Klver Electric Co. is extending ths power Hue from the Emma Miuo, near Campo Souo, (o the. dredger ot the Mokelumuo Kivor ..Min ing Co., boJovv Cumuncbe. They «i.t pect to have the line ready ...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 3 April 1908

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY National (lovernment. EXECUTIVE President Theodore Roo9evrlt Vice President.. Charles W. Fairbanks JUDICIARY U. S. BUPREMB C'OUBT JUSTICES (Chief Justico Fuller) First circuit Oliver VV. Holms Second circuit. .. .llnfua W. I'eckham Third circuit Henory VV. Urown Fourth circuit Melvillo W. Fuller Fifth circuit Edward w. White Sixth circuit John M. Harlan Soventh circuit William It Day Eight circuit./.... ...David J. Brewer Ninth circuit Joseph McKohna NINTH JUDICAL CIRCUIT (Pacific States and Territories) Circuit judge Will'ium \V. Morrow Circuit judge Eakiro M. Iloss ■ Circuit judgo William B. Gilbert U. S. Commissioner for Amador coun ty Richard Webb LEGISLATIVE SKNATOUS FROM CALIFORNIA George C. Perkins and Frank P. Flint CONGRESSMEN FROM CALIFORNIA First district Wm. Englebright Second district. . .Duncan E. McKlnlay Third distract.... Joseph K. Knowland Fourth district Julius Kahn Fifth district, E. A. Hayes Sixth district James C. Ncodhain Seventh district Ja...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 3 April 1908

8 City Trustees. linnril met April ■_>. nil members present, except city clerk Dliirinn Tlch. Trustee Ktrkwood mm elected clerk pro tern. .;;- I Monthly reports of city oUlccrn rend and appro' Communication from city clerk Ol RookltD, rc(|!i(-tiin{ copies' of onlin him'", i I'lii mid referred to city clerk. Kefolotloim of cemetery cornmittoe presented by .1, M. ('arsons, rend mill placed rill |||p. < Mrs li ihttnyer appeal id boforo (be board, it .id naked 1 but. .'iiUi pur day tor water bo hIIuwpcI. I-,, H. Pltnli nppeared la regard to coudltiou ot cemetery fence, iod stal ed thnt the .--i in" whs broken, mid ■took tro<ipas»luK therein. Referred to poaadniflitor, Clerk was nrdijred to ndvertlse for bldfl |for street inkliriK for the eiiMiiiiiK yr;i;. J. H. (iiirli'ii'iiii appeared and Bliitctl thnt ho could proonre or lean a imt-t. of lot from ('. i llbberl Had Mrs Mol- Him on Muton tract for a lire house. Heferred to .i. H. Onrbnriui to tie leported on April 'J'Hh. rii.i ...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 10 April 1908

OLDEST PAPER LARGEST CIRCULATION It Pay* the Builnesi Man to Adver tise in the Ledger. Established October 27, 1855. LAWYERS. -yyiw. o. HNVDKn, Alliiniry-iil-l.itw, i JACKSON, CAL. Onice In Mnrella Building, Court street. Will practice In nil thn courtsof the state, fa DOCTORS. TTI K.' KNDICOTT, M. «. FhyMclnn and Surgeon oUlcn: Wobb building. All calls promptly attended to at all times, T~Xlt. IMtl'.H F. BPRAGUIS l'hy«lclan anil Surgeon Offjob— Next door to residence, north Main street, opposite California hotel. . Telephone Main Si DR. A. M. GALL Physician and Surgeoa j Jackson, Cal . Offloe in Marelia building. Main Streot. f -\ 11. UIIIItONS JU. l». - riiyKlrlnu and Surgeon Jackson, Cal. Office and residence: Weil building. Office Houks:— 2 to 4 p. m. and 'whenever not otherwlfio engaged. Telephone Mainxu. PH. C.OODMAN AI. I>. riiynlolan and Surgeon Sutteu Creek, Cal. D|> w g • ■ y v-Jiia i » • ■*. \m« uinvii Physician and Surueon rp i Office, Main 28 Residence, Main J7 Am...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 10 April 1908

2 AMADDR LEDBER Published every Friday Afternoon RICHARD WEDD Editor and Proprietor M. P. CALKINS .V0 ...... ..tV. .. .1.V. ..... Business Managor ** ciincrninrinN DATCQi Ons year (In advance .13 00 One year (It not In ad ranee) > 9 Mi Six month* I fO Three months - 0 BO One or more coplos, oaoh , 0 S Legal advertising— per square of 834 ems— First Insertion 11.00 Subsequent Insertions— pef square-each y 50 ■N7ERID AT THE POSTUFFIOK AT JACKSON AS SBCOND-CljAflS MATTEH. THTC PAPCI) is kept on Me at R. O. CAKE'S Advertising Agency, 779 Markot Btreet 1 nio rArCn Ban Francisco, California, where contracts for advertising oan bo made for It • CITY OFFICIAL PAPER. 7RIDAY ' APRILS, 1908 THE PRINTING RATES. For the first time during the past eleven years the board of supervisors of this county at the regular meeting this week undertook a thorough revision of the schedule of county printing rates. For years the Ledger has been urging the necessity for such action, pointing out the many an...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 10 April 1908

Amador County Descriptive Article Amador county comprises an area of 648 square miles. It lies on the wes tern slope of Sierra Nevada mountains, and embraces within its, territory all tho diversity of valley, foothill, and high mountainous landfls Climate.— The climate of tho popu lous portions of the county la aa genial and healthful as can be found anywhere In California. Aa climate la one of tho moat valuablo assets of this favored state In attracting population, Amador ■ stands second to no county In this re gard. It should, and no doubt will in time, when Its cllmatio advantages are more thoroughly understood and ap preciated, become a health resort not only for those In less favored atates, but for tho residents of other parts of California. Tho temperature alone tho central portion rarely falls bolow 30 degreea above zero In winter, and as rarely rises to 100 dogreos in the sum mer. Snow seldom falls tn the settled districts, and never remains on the ground for more than a fe...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 10 April 1908

4 FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS AUhUM. Aptil s.~The long dry spell haa created an uneasiness in the minds of ninny. In 1H(ll we had loss rain during tbe winter than we have had tbla year. Un the 12 of April it commenced to rain aud fairly ponrod down for live or cix days. At that time this state was practically a min ing state. Agriculture was not Its main feature by any means. At that time we got most of ' our beans ftom Chili, a great many of our eating grapes from South America. They were paaked in boxes iv saw dußt. Tbis will bo news to many of the Native Nona nnd Daughters of the (Jolden West, for now they oan get grapes galore off of the vines in Cali fornia nlmoflt anywhere, l'be dry season, however, has boen California's drawback. Kansas was eaten out root and branch by the grattshoppers 30 yeaia or a little more ago, Texan had a three year dtougbt 12 or 15 years ago. Freshets swept over tho Miss issippi valley more than once mid life wreckage and devastation in its path. India mo...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 10 April 1908

Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla Makes Pure Blood. There Is no ,onc— -big, little, old or young— but has impure blood in tho Spring. It is nature. Cold wetither makes bud blood, because tlie functions of tho skin arc not active in the Winter. A vast part of nil impurities of the body, especially ol the tissues immediately under the skin, depend upon the skin for elimination. When it is cold all the little pores of tho skin aro contracted until they are nearly closed, preventing tlie escape of impurities. This throws increased work on the other eliminating organs, which, as a rule, havo about nil they want to do. Consequently, this matter stays in the blood or is absorbed back Into the tissues. Rtihscr's Compound Extract of Sarsapa- rilla will remove all'-thcse impurities and is the only Spring Medicine- and Purifier. Price per bolllc $1.00 RUHSER'S CITY PHARMACY. Jackson, Cal. TEMPER ATD RE AND RAINFALL This tablo gives the highest and lowest tem perature In Jnckson for each day, to...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 10 April 1908

6 Clipped from our Exchanges From Near-by Counties. I' 1 . Johnson of Stony oreek left Wednesday morning for New Yotk, where he will stay about a year, 110 is going to take a special oourse in optics.— lone Eoho. The uncertainty ot life wns trnglCHl ly shown on last Wednesday afternoon when lion li. Lewis, jr., working for theMelones Mining Company, started to carry a piece of Iron pipe to wbero Some men were working in the tunnel. Lewis was joking with the men when he stooped down aud lifted the pipe to 1119 shoulder. As he atraightened up ono end of the pipe came in contact with the overhead trolly wire, carrying a- high voltage of eleotrlcity and with, a short [gasp Lewis was dead, falling In li is tracks. —Angels Kecord. Air ftoblnson has finished cleaning tbe lone water ditch and haft cleaned one of tbe reservoirs that supplies lone with water; he intends cleaning tbe other reservoir soon.— Kcho. The drill that is in operation near the lone Coal and Iron Company's ooal mine is ...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 10 April 1908

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY National Government. EXECUTIVE President Theodore Uoosovclt Vice President. .Charles W. Fairbanks JUDICIARY U. 8. SUPUEME COURT JUSTICES (Chief Justice Fuller); First circuit Oliver W, Holms Second circuit. . ...Ilufua W. Pcckham Third circuit Ilenory W. Brown Fourth circuit Molvlllo W. Fuller Fifth circuit Edward w. White Sixth circuit John M. Harlan Seventh circuit William R Day Eight circuit. David J. Urowor Ninth circuit Joseph McKonna NINTH JUDICAL CIRCUIT (Pacific States and Territories) Circuit judge William W. Morrow Circuit judge ...I Esklro M. Uoss Circuit judgo William B. Gllbort U. 8. Commissioner for Amador coun ty Richard Webb LEGISLATIVE SENATORS FROM CALIFORNIA George C. Perkins and Frauk P. Flint CONGRESSMEN FROM CALIFORNIA First district Wm. Engjobright Second district. . .Duncan E. McKlnlay Third distrsct . . . . Jo9oph K. Knowland Fourth district Julius Kahn Fifth district E. A. Hayos Sixth district. .... .James C. Neodham Seventh district Jame...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 10 April 1908

8 LOCAL EDITORIAL COLUMN. THE CITY ELECTION. The election for city officials will take place next Monday, April 13th. Very little interest is being taken iv the affair, beyond the effort of two or three trustees who are candidates for re-election without opposition, and whose activity, there fore, under the circumstauces is open to distrust as being prompted by other motives than a desire for their own re electiou. It is not difficult to divine the moving cause of this activity, when the fact is called to mind that recently a peti tion containing 143 signatures — a clear majority of all the votes cast at the last election, with a margin of fourteen to spare — praying for the calling of a special election to vote on the question of disincorporation, was unceremoniously turned down in ultra dictatorial fashion, without rhyme or reason, aad without giving the petitioners an opportunity to be heard in their own behalf. This action was a personal affront to every voter whose name was att...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 17 April 1908

OLDEST PAPER LAJIOEST CIRCULATION It PayMlift Business Man to Adver tise in the Ledgor. Established October 27, 1855. ■ rrji. <». snydkii, \ t tornoy-ii t-I.n w, JACKSON, CAL. Offleo In MuroHa tluiUllng, Court dtroot. 'ill prsvcttco In nil tho courtsof tho ttate, fo DOCTORS. 71 K. KXniCOTT, M, ». 11. riiynlrl.-m :tml .Surgeon II .tacksdn, Cal, Imco: Webb building. All ciills promptly H uttondod to nt all times, Ink 11. FUR I) P. SPKAOUE Hj I'lij-Kli-imi iiml Surs<"»' S JACKSON, CAL. BtricG — Noxt door to resliloucc. north Main I street, opposite California hotel. ■ . Telephone Main 3. |\K. A. M. OALL B lMiyslclitn ami Surgeon ■'' Jackson, Cal ■ C<mce In Marolln building, Main Street. W-i 11. UtIIBONH M. I>. I"■ ■ . I'liyHlcliin iiml Surgoon B Jackson*, Cal. )fflco nnd residence: Well building. OmcK Houes:— 3 to 4 p. m. and whenovor ot otherwise ongagel. Telepnono Main SO. p S. GOODMAN . M. 1). riij-Hlclaii iiml Surgeon Sutter Ceeek, Cal. rvit. i.. u. 'lynch Physician and...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 17 April 1908

2 AMADDR LEDGER Published every Friday Afternoon RICHARD WKDH Editor and Proprietor M. Pi CALKINS Business Manager SUBSCRIPTION PATHS! One your (In advance $2 flu One year (If not In advance) 3 Mi Blx month* l m Throe month* ; 0 50' One or more copies, each 0 5 Legal Rdrortlßlng — per nqunreof 234 ems— Klrst tnncrtton tl.oo Rubiequent Insertions— pc .• siitinre-eitch 50 ' CN7RRBD AT Tllß POSTUmCE AT JACKSON AS SECOND-CLASS MATTKH. THTC P A PT3P I 8 k8 P t on nle »' R - c - DAKE'S Advertising Agonoy, 77H Market street inij rill El\ 8 0ti Francisco, California, where contracts for advertising can be mndo for It CITY OFFICIAL PAPER. 7RIDAY APRIL 17, 1008 IMMUNITY FOR STATE EVIDENCE. Harry Orchard, the confessed instrument in the murder , of ex-governor Stuuenberg of Idaho, is under sentence of death for that crime on his own plea of guilty. He stoutly refuses to ask for a commutation of his sentence. In this as pect of the case the question is being debated whether his life should be f...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 17 April 1908

Amador County Descriptive Article Ammlor county comprises n.n area of 64H square miles, tt lies on tbo wes tern slope of Sierra Nevada mountain?, find embrnce9 within its territory all tho diversity of valley, foothill, and liinh mountalnoim lands. Climate.— Tho cllmato of tho popu lous portions of tbe county Is as genial and healthful us can bo found anywhere in California. As cllmato is one of tho most valuable assets of this favored Btato in attracting population, Amador stands second to no county in this re gard. It should, and no doubt will in time, when Us climatic advantages are more thoroughly understood and ap preciated, bocomo a health resort not only for thoso in loss favored states, but for the residents of other parts of California. Tho tompornturo alono tho central portion rarely falls below 30 degrees abovo zero In winter, and as rarely rises to 100 degrees in the sum mer. Snow seldom falls In the settled diwtrlcts, and novor remains on tho ground for more than a few ...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 17 April 1908

4 FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS AUKUAI. April 11.— Dr. Norman wn;< onlled to attend Addlo MoClary, who has been aiifTerinß from chilla nnd fever, and wna nfraid nf some other symp toms dotting in. Mrs l'ermelin Norris of Jinenn Visln, oamo to ccc her mother, Mrs S. Humphrey, who la very low. She will ntay Bovoral days. In the mean timo Mrs Al. fcSeely will rut urn to her own home and will return to Mis Humphrey's wheu her dnugbtor loaves her. Louio Soely has taken a colt to break for 11. liucUnor, hlho ouo for Wm. Allen. He la well paid, ns it in an undertaking to take a oolt from tho haltor aud prenarc it to rido nnd drive. Mis E. Barter of Saoramonto, mado n trip to Camiuo, and from tbero to Mrs btamptl'fl, where nho will lcmuiii two weeks. Ed. Hurroll bus gone to Indian Digging, to Btay with Mr HtumplF, who has a claim to work this Hiiuimor. . Louie Aliilvyn. who has been away live montba, retained homo by the way of I'lHCorviile. Mrs Jnck French is convalescent. Friouds are glad to...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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