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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900
, . MISCELLANEOUS. . THE LONDON WOOLEN MILLS J. H. HEITMAN FINE TAILORING Price List as Follows: - LONDON WEST OF ENGLAND BROADCLOTH SUIT... 140 no LONDON CLAY WORSTED. in Blue and Black 40 no NEW ENGLAND WASHINGTON MILLS CLAY WORSTED, blueblack tan to 35 00 GERMAN CREPE DRESS WORSTED 35 00 FRENCH BLACK P1QUE...... tS to 35 00 LONDON BLACK DOESKIN SUIT 35 00 WASHINGTON MILLS GRAY YfOBSTED SUIT, to order.... WO to 35 00 FINE ASSORTMENT IN TWEED SUITING 115 to JO 00 LATEST STYLE OF ENGLISH AND AMERICAN TROUSERING.... »4 to 13 00 600 J Street . Corner Sixth, SACBAHEHTO OUR TASTE HAMS . Sweet, Juicy and Tender. We live but onee — 1 Why not live -well and enjoy lifo'r HALL. LUHRS &amp; CO . Wholesale Grocers and j Provision Dealers Sacramento. Cul. A $4.00 BOOK FOR ?scts. The Farmsrs' Encyclopedia. aag Everything pertain Ing :o the «f- ¦ ig^** fairs of the farm, k^l^Kri stuck raisinr. Ems2ar lint£S9fc-?i 13 11 ' 1 """- "nicies on :s^T? .'£- Hbli'll llle horse. ?he co!t. iKr^fi I...
CALAVERAS COUNTY.:l [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 18 May 1900
CALAVERAS COUNTY. Prospect, San Andreas, May 12, 1900. Mrs. Barbara Castelic, the Austrian woman who went suddenly, insane the last of April and who was committed to the asylum last week, died in that institution Tuesday. The body was brought to Angels and was buried in the Altaville cemetery Thursday. She leaves a husband and four small children and was but 28 years of age. Record, Angels Camp, May 12, I9UO. A meeting of the people interested in the Calaveras County Bank was held last Saturday afternoon at which the following officers were i-hosen: President, John Raggio, Vice President, W. Rose; cashier, D. Murcid! Directors— John Raggio, Warren Uone, Goo. C. Tryon, D. V. Demarest, M. H. Manuel, Frank J. Solinsky, • Henry BiunmJr.. ;'Tbe bank is now open for business, being under tho management of R. \V. Martlnoff. : Citizeo, San Andreas. M «y 12, UXJO. ', Westfall, who was s«;nt to San Quen- • tin prison from ..this county some . months ago ■for attempting to rob the Milton stage...
TUOLUMNE COUNTY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 18 May 1900
TUOLUMNE COUNTY. New Era, Carters. May 11, 11IDU. • ' ... On Wednesday Sheriff I'riee was at Cherokee summoning witnesses to be on hand at the trial of Fillippo Lauchuisa, the young Sicillian who a few months ago made a murderous assault upon aged Joe Berti, slashing his victim's throat with a razor and inflicting wounds that almost terminated fatally. . From what can be learned regarding tho case there is no doubt of Lachuisa's ' speedy conviction: ■ Hui trial will begin in the Superior Court next Tuesday. Democratic Banner, Sonora, May 11. 1900 The Sierra "railway is preparing to use oil for fuel for the orgines. Large tanks have been distributed along the railroad. Last week toaieinqusitive cuss turned the faucet of the tank at Jamestows and nearly 3,000 gallons of oil saturated the ground. Monday last Eddie Henderson was kicked on tho right cheek by a mule. He was passing a team, on the road near Jacksonville, and just at tho heols of the mule ho pulled ' out" his watch to disco...
EL DORADO COUNTY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 18 May 1900
EL DORADO COUNTY. Republican, Placerville, May 10, 1000. J. S. Laßue has filed a petition in the Superior Court as guardian of the person and estate of Prentiss R. Laßue 'to compromise the claims for damages which the latter holds against the Southern Pacific Railroad Company on account of the accident which caused, tfto death of the little fellow's. mpther. The Ardery building on the east side of Coloma street Dear the edge of the city was burned last Tuesday. ■ The house was out of repair and was vacant. Tramps had been sleeping in it and it is supposed that they left fire which ignited it. It was the property of an estate. The loss is nominal, i Democrat. Placerville, May 12. 1000. Last Monday night pursuant to adjournment, there was a meeting of the City Council, the Mayor presiding, in the large room of the building belonging to Thomas I Moyle, 'who has kindly tendered them the use of it free of rent until they can- make other arrangements. The offer was thankfully received by ...
Tell Tonr Bitter [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 18 May 1900
Tell Tonr Bitter A beautiful complexion is an impossibility without good pure blood, the sort that only exists in connection with good digestion, a healthy liver and bowels. Karl's Clover Root Tea acts directly on the bowels, liver and kidneys, keeping them in perfect health. Price 25c and 50c. For sale by A. Goldner. Druggist. •
RAILROAD EARNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 18 May 1900
RAILROAD EARNINGS. Southern Pacific Makes a Creditable Finan- ' ciat Showing. ', . The latest statement of the earnings of the Southern Pacific Company is for the month of March last and for the first nine, months of the present fiscal year, J.uly 1, 1899, to March 31, 1900, Inclusive. The company's receipts continue to be remarkably large. In March'the gross earnings were $5,234, - 841, an increase of $506,966 over the same month of the year before. Operating expenses were $3,678,899, an increase of $578,577. Earnings in excess of operating expenses were $1,555,962, or a decrease of $71,611 over March, 1899. For the first nine months of the present fiscal year ; tht.. gross earnings aggregated the large amount of $48,047,234. This is a monthly average in excess: of $7,300,000. : These gross receipts represent an increase over the same period of last year of $6,592,956. Operating expenses amounted to $30,925,599, or an increase of $4,054,790. Earnings in excess of operating expenses...
On Every Bottle [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 18 May 1900
On Every Bottle Of Shiloh's Consumption cure Is this guarantee : "All we ask ot you is to use two-thirds of the contents of this bottle faithfully, then If you can say you are not benefited, return the , bottle to your druggist and be may refund the price paid." Price paid 2Sc, 500 and tl. For sale by A. GoWner, Druggist. •
Didn't Bothej With His.lnfluence. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 18 May 1900
Didn't Bothej With His. lnfluence. "Mr. Beecher one day, " says Major Pond, "attended- a match game of billiards, and several newspapers criticised him for so doing. A few days later, while he was sitting on the edge of the platform in his [lecture room, a young church officer said to him: 1 don't believe there fa any harm in billiards, but don't you think you injured your influence by attending the game?' Mr. Beecher tucked one of his legs under theother, and nursing one knee said slowly: I've noticed all my 4ife that ministers who are always taking care of their . infiuenco never have much influence to take care of. Very early in my ministry I made up my mind to .take care of my work and let the Lord; take care of my influence. Those ministers who keep looking behind them to see what has become of their influence remind me of nothing so much as an old cat chasing its own tail.' "' % 7: :■:'
How Is Tout Wife! [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 18 May 1900
How Is Tout Wife! Has she lost her beauty? If so constipation, indigestion, sick headache, are the principal causes, Karl's Clover Root Tea has cured these Ills for half a century. Price 250 and 50c. Money refunded If results are npt satisfactory. For sale by A. Golduer, Druggist. •
IRRIGATION IS INVESTIGATED [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 18 May 1900
IRRIGATION IS INVESTIGATED Water Necessary for. Crop Production. TESTS fIT THE WYOMING EXPERIMENT STATION Storage Beservoire Are Needed.—Secretary of Agriculture Sends- Out Bulletins. The Department of Agriculture has in press an interesting bulletin' prepared by Prof. B. C. Buffura, showing the results of his irrigation experiments for the past nine years : at the Laramie,- Wyoming Experiment station. Professor Buffum states that the time has now arrived when- many irrigated districts have so far developed that scarcity of water is keenly felt, and the good of* the community demands that there shall be no unnecessary waste of the limited supply. The knowledge lacking in irrigation, and which must in some way be obtained before our water supply will be either wisely or correctly, used, is how much water is required to secure the best results, and when and by what moans it can be most economically and efficiently applied. ■ j | \ '■ Some of the experiment* have been made with a view ...
She Wai Beady. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 18 May 1900
She Wai Beady. He (describing his journeying) — Then leaving Gibraltar, I made my way to Australia, and from there I went to the diamond mines in South Afrjca, where I made my fortune. Then— do you fpllpw me, Miss Crynkle? She (with a vivid blush)— To the world's end, Mr. Rocksworthy.— d\\cago Tribune,
CANYON ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 18 May 1900
CANYON ITEMS. Disagreeable Weather Was Quite A Drawback to the Ball. 'Canyon, Nay 8, 1900: The weather is at last settled . The gardens look very much refreshed. The ball given on tho 4th inst., - was a success, but owing to the heavy storms that night, t,he audience was not quite as large as was expected. ■ Miss Rachel C. Berry, who has been visiting Miss Delia Harrell, returned to Sacramento by this morning's train, from which place she will go to South San Francisco, and later join her brother Artnine Berry at San Jose where he is attending the University of the Pacific, from which place they will return to their home together, at Gazelle, Siskiyou county. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Galleher left for other parts to-day. They expect to go to Idaho. All the furnishings of their house, were raffle j and the lucky winner was Henry Neilsen., ._—■.:.,. ,.~" . .-• Fritz Brindupkey is on the sick . list. Miss Helen Hitchcock is over from Latrobe. Mrs. Green, mother of W. A. Green, is visiting th...
Intensive Culture of Tomatoes. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 18 May 1900
Intensive Culture of Tomatoes. Drive a 7-foot stako where the plant is to grow. Then plant the seed or set the young plant. The latter may ripen first, but the seed plant will outstrip it in growth. Let nothing but leaves grow below the first setting of tomatoes. After you have one good setting you may let the plant fork. This gives two mainstems. Let no more shoots grow until at least two settings of tomatoes are formed on each branch. Then let the vine fork again. .Keep all shoots below all these trimmed off, going over them carefully once or twice a week. After September 1, or later in the South, cut off unsparingly all shoots or tops of main branches. You will find good big tomatoes at the top of tho 6 feet of stake you have above the ground. As many as thirty-two good-sized tomatoes have been counted on one stalk after the bottom branch had ripened and was" gone. Remember that at the base of each leaf comes out a branch. This stem is the one to keep trimmed off. The blossom is ...
Do Yon Know [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 18 May 1900
Do Yon Know Consumption is preventable? Science has proven that, and also that neglect is suicidal. The worst cold or cough can be cured with Shiloh's Cough and Consumption Cure, Sold on positive guarantee for over fifty years. For sale by A. Goldner, Druggist •
Her Revenge. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 18 May 1900
Her Revenge. A Germantown girl who usually gets things mixed was the victim of a hoax one evening last week. "Hero's a puzzle for jrfli) to work out," said a friend of hers, handing over a slip of paper, on which appoai-ed t^e following, which she said might be translated into a complete sentenco: B. B. B. B. B. B. DEWEY 624918 348632