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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 17 April 1908

RUHSER'S Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla Makes Pure Blood. There is no one — !>i#, little, old or young — but has Impure blood In the Spring. It is ntitui'c, Cold weather makes bud blood, because tho functions of tho skin mv liotftctlvoln the Winter. A vust part of all impurities of 'the body, especially ol the tissues immediately under the skin, depend upon tly skin for olitniimtion. When it is cold all Iho little pores of iho skin are contracted until they are. nearly closed, preventing tho escape of impurities. This throws increased work on the other eliminating organs, which, as a rule, havo about all they want to do. Consequently \ this matter stays in tho blood or is absorbed back into tho tissues. ißuhscr's Compound Extract of Sarsapa- rilla will remove all these impurities and is the only Spring Medicine and Purifier. Price per bottle $3.00 RUHSER'S CBTY PHARMACY. Jackson* Cal. TEMPERATURE AND RAINFALL This tablo gives tho highest :iml lowest tern poruturo In JucUson tor...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 17 April 1908

6 Clipped from Exchanges. (n the ißst fifteen months, the fees In the otllce of the county recorder, Chas. i;. Marsh, have made n total of B^?Br>..T>, which la more than tho salary of thl9 ollionr, so that it costx the taxpayers nothing lot recording. Uuder the old fee bill repealed somo years ago, the olllce would have paid the conni / a thousand dollar* moro than it coats. Tho recording fees for the inst Ilium nioutliH baa been $23."> moro I Inn for the samo months of 1007. — El Dorndo Kepubllcau. Ueo. Uonnefoy & Sous have recent ly purchased the Lntrobe hotol from K. M. llungerionl, and tnken posses sion, (inn. Uonnefoy jr., wag in town .Monday and included this olllce In his round of bii9iues3 culls. — tie* publican. It is estimated that in tho Cold- Held mining district »2,000,00() woith of high grade ore bus stolen by miners who carried the ore nut in their pockets. It is claimed by dit tectives nud experts who have investi gated tho matter that this has been the ...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 17 April 1908

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY National Government. lEXBOUtfiVB Proalde-Ht Theodores Hoosovelt Vice l'roßldont..Chnrlea W. Pith-banks JUiDICIARY U. 8. eUPKItttE' COUNT JUBTICKB (Chief Justice Fuller) First circuit... ......... .;011v0r VV. Holms Second circuit.... ilulus'W. I'eckham Third circuit. ...:.. Henory VV. Brown Fourth circuit Molvlllo W. Fuller Fifth circuit (Edward w. White Sixth circuit.... ..►John iM. Hnrlan .Seventh circuit 'William It Day Eight circuit Davtd.J. Mrower ".Ninth circuit Joseph McKonna NINTH JUDIiCAIj'CinaUIT (Pacific State« and Torrltorlos) Circuit judgo William W, Morrow Circuit judgo lieklro M. Hoss Circuit judge Will Lam 13. Glllwrt U. S. Commissioner for Amador coun ty lUcbaud Wobb LEGISLATIVE SENATORS FROM CAMITQKNIA George C. Perkins and Frank P. Flint CONOKKSSMEN FROM CAMFOUNIA First district Wm. Enplebright Second district. ...Duncan K. McKlnlny Third distrsct... .Josoph K. Knowland Fourth district Julius Kahn Fifth district F>. A. Hayes Sixth 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. — 17 April 1908

8 LOCAL EDITORIAL COLUMN. THE ANTI-CORPORATION HOWL. The prejudice of the San Francisco press toward its public utility corporations is amazing. The persistent knocking of these companies is anything but a favorable omen for the city. San Francisco will continue to grow, in spite of tin's insane warfare against the big enterprises which are vitally wrapped up in its upbuilding. That this handicap retards its progress is beyond question. The Call is especially hurt ful in this direction. Any proposition advanced for placing the Spring Valley Water Company or the United Railroads on a better footing with the public is jumped upon as detri mental to the city. The arguments advanced to impress this view upon the people are transparent sophistry, nevertheless they have au effect. Recently, the Spring Valley company — involved in a legal war for the last six years against rates oppressively low — proposed a basis of increase that would en able the company to undertake certain essen tial t...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 24 April 1908

OLDEST PAPER LARGEST CIRCULATION It Pays the Business Man to Advfir ti-e in the Lodger. Established October 27, 1855. LAWYF.US. AM i»rnry-]i ! l,!i» , JACKSON, CAL.. Ofllco In Mivrelia Hulldldg, Court street. Wllljpractlcc in all thn courts of tho atuto. fo DOCTORS. Tji 15. KNIHCOTT, ftf. I>. rtiyMclan nml Surgeon jACKsotf, Oal, omco: Webb building. All calls promptly attendod to at all times, I-vlt. FRED I<\ BPUAUUE I'hynlnlan nml Surgeon JACKSON, CAL. Office— Next door to reslcloncc, north Main street, oppoalto California hotel. Telephone Main :a TpvH. A. M. OALL Physician and Surgeon Jackson, Cai, OlHce In Marolla building. Main Street. S~^ 11. (IIIJHONS M. I>. rii.VHicl.iii and Surgeon Jackson, Cal. Officoandrosldenco: Weil building. Office Hours:— 2 to -1 p. m. and whenever not othurwlse engaged. Telopnone Mainau. T> S. (iOOI>MAN JM. I). l'hyslclaii and .Surgeon Sutter Creek, Cal. Till. !-.<}. LYNCH Physician and Surseon Tel omco ' Jlaln 20 Residence Main 27 A...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 24 April 1908

2 AMADOR LEDBER Published every Friday Afternoon RICHARD WEDII Editor and Proprietor M. P. CALKINS Business Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES) On* year (In ml vnnoo i 1 2 On One year (If not In adranoe) 8 BO Six months '.... 1 00 Three months 0 ISO One or more ooples, each OS Legal advertising— per square of 334 ems— First Insertion II no Subsequent Insertions— pc? S'iuare-eaoh SO _ BXZBRSD AT Tnl POSTOrriCE AT JACKSON AS BKCOND-CI.ASS MAYTF.U. ■.■■ t'. . : TUTC P A PCD i» Kept on fie M K. C. DAKE'S Advertlalnjt Agency, 779 Market Mreot 1 nio rivr CIV sau Francisco, California, whore contracts tor advertising can be oinde for It CITY OFFICIAL PAPER. ?RIDAY APRIL 24, 19(18 ENGLEBRIGHT FOR RENOMINATION. The Ledger believes that present congressman, W.F.Engle briglit should, by all rules of fairness be conceded the renom ination for the position he has faithfully and ably filled. One term in congress is barely sufficient for the average member to become conversant with the routine and methods...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 24 April 1908

Amador County Descriptive Article Amiulor county comprises an area of 648 Hquaro miles. It )le» on tho wes tern slope of Sidrra Nevada mountains, find embraces within its territory all the diversity of valley, foothill, tind lil k 'h mountainous lands. Climate— Tlio climate of tho popu lous portions of tVio county is as genial and healthful as can bo found anywhoro in California. As cllmato is ono of the .most valuable assets of this favored Atato In attracting 1 population, Atnador stands second to no county In this re gard. It should, and no doubt will in tlmo, when Its climatic advantages are more thoroughly understood and ap preciated, become a health resort not only for those in loss favored states, but for tho residents of other parts of California. The temperature alone the central portion rarely falls below 30 degrees above zero in winter, and as rarely rises to 100 degrees in tho sum mer. Snow seldom falls in tho settled districts, and never remains on tho ground for more t...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 24 April 1908

4 FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS AUKUAI. April ]9.-Tbe rain on Wedneadny was not as great na expeoted when it eet in. We had in this vicinity a oouple of hours of tain, and at tlmeu It fell very heavy. At Plymouth and Hbenandoab valley tbe rain was light. The W. O. T. U. hold au Eaater cervlce today at the Wrlgglesworth hall. It whh very well Attended. It wag n reunion of tbe members, some of whom have not attended from absence and sickness for a long time. Long wave tbe white ribbon. May it prorogate aud nourish to such an ex tent iih to save many a young man from tilling drunkard's graves. Prohibition alone can only leave the unfortunate few that cannot keep from strong drink and becoming habitual drunkardo. John Uianini died parly last week at Oakland, where be had recently moved, lie was of Hwiss Italian ex traotion. lie came to this country in the early 'CO, and sottled just above Drytown on a ranoh upon wbiob he lived until recently, lie engaged in oattle raising in which he made a s...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 24 April 1908

niiucFn'C 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 weather makes bud blood, because the functions of the skin are not ivctlve in the Winter. A vast part of all impurities of tho body, especially ol the tissues immediately under tho skin, depend upon tho skin for elimination. When it is cold nil tho little pores of the skin aro contracted until they aro nearly closed, preventing thn escape of impurities. This throws increased work on the other eliminating organs, which, as a rule, have about all they want to do. Consequently, this matter stays in the blood or is absorbed back into tho tissues. Ruhscr's Compound Extract of Sarsapa- rilla will remove all tlieso impurities and is the only Spring Medicine and Purifier. Price per bottle $1.00 RUHSER'S CITY PHARMACY. Jackson* Cat. TEMPERATDUE AND UAINFALL This tnblo gives tho highost and lowest tem perature in Jackson for each da.y...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 24 April 1908

6 Clipped from our Exchanges From INcar-by Counties. Id the pnat three mmil.'ia the stnte of California has paid out in the mountain counties $4,000 for the scalps ot SOO Califorlna lions. It is claimed that each lion kills from one to three cl ;nr n week. On the lowest basis of duo deer a week tbeso 1200 Hods would havo klMod BUO deer in n month or practically 10,000 deer a year. — Angels Kecord. After many mouths of hard woik and pntient prospecting, a ton-foot vein of gold-benrlutf quartz has heon found lu.tbe Vbinich mini) nt liear Mountain. It is estimated tbut the ore will yield not loss than eight dol lars to the tou. The mill ia now be ing put in ruuuiug order and iih soon as it la in readiness crushing ore from the now ledge will be commenc ed.—Angela Record. .Newton llopton, tigerl 'li years, son Of W. .J. II op tun of Folsom, had his right leg torn oil' from the kueo down Wednesday last, wbilo attend lug to his dutiea as an oiler on a dredger which la working just outside...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 24 April 1908

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY National Government. EXECUTIVE President Theodoro Hoo9ovclt Vice President.. Charles W. Fairbanks JUDICIARY U. S. SUPREME COUIIT JUSTICES (Chief Justlco Fuller) First circuit Oliver W. Holm 9 Second circuit,... Hufua W. Pcckharn Third circuit Honory W. Brown Fourth circuit Molvlllo W. Fuller Fifth circuit Edward w. White Sixth circuit John M. Harlan Sovonth circuit William It Day Eight circuit.. David J. Brewer Ninth circuit Joseph McKonna NINTH JUDICAL CIRCUIT (Pacific States and Territories) Circuit judge William W. Morrow Circuit judge Eaktro M. Ross Circuit judge William B. Gllbort U. S. Commissioner for Amador coun ty... Richard Webb LEGISLATIVE SENATORS FROM CALIFOHNIA Georgo C. Perkins and Frank P. Flint CONGRESSMEN FROM CALIFORNIA First district Wm.. Englobright Second district. .\Duncan E. McKlnlay Third distract}.... Joseph K. Knowland Fourth district. . . .'. Julius Kahn Fifth district E. A. Hayes Sixth district Jamos C. Neodham Seventh district James M...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 24 April 1908

8 LOCAL EDITORIAL COLUMN. TWO YEARS AFTER. Two years have elapsed since San Francisco was shaken by earthquake and destroyed by fire. That dual calamity made up the most appalling destruction of property within the limits of one municipality that the world has ever wit nessed. The great fire of London was a dwarf !in compari son. And the much greater fire that blotted out a big slice of Chicago in 1871 involved a loss only one-third as great. In the presence of San Francisco's stupendous wreck many pessimistically disposed persons prophesied that it would take a generation at least for the queen city of the Pacific coast to rebuild and get back its scattered population. Stran gers who could not appreciate the energy of Californiaus, on viewing the miles of ruins shortly after the catastrophe, were frequently heard to express the opinion that it would take fifty years to obliterate all traces of fire and earthquake. To-day, however, San Francisco is pretty much herself again. The swi...

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

OLDEST PAPER LAROEBT CIRCULATION It Pays the Business Man to Adver tisa In the Ledger. Established October 27, 1855. LAWYERSi TXTM. <». SXYDKIt, Attornoj--iit-l.nw, JACKSON, CAL. Oiiicii tn Mnrolla RuHtllng, Court atreot. Wilt prncttca tn nil tho courts of tho ituto. fo DOCTORS. Tjl K. KNDIGO'TT, M, I>. IMiynlrlun nml Burgeon Jackson, Oat,. office : Wobb building. All culls promptly lUtendad to nt all timos, — ; pvlt. FRED I. BPIIAOUB riiynlclnn nnd Burgeon JACKSON, CAL. Office— Noxt door to residence, north Main street, opposito California hotol. Tolophone Main .12 __ — —^ -^ — -T\K. A. M. UALL . I'hynlriim and Surgeon Jackson. Cai, Office in Mnrclla building, Main Street. CH. UltlliONS M. I). Phynlnlnn unil Surgoon Jackson, Cal. Office nnd resldenoo: Weil building. Office Houbs:— 2 to 4 p. m. nnd whenever nototherwlsoeni?ngoa. Tulepnone Mainwi. T> S. nOODMAN AI. I>. rhyiticlaii anil Surgeon Sutter Ckkek, Cal. T\U. !..«. LYNCH Physician and Surgeon Tel omco ' Mnln 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. — 1 May 1908

2 AMADDR LEDGER Published every Friday AftorDoon RICHARD WKOB ..'J'i'.*'.,,'.'^,*"^..,, ........ .Editor nnd Proprietor M. F. CALKIN'S Uusinesu Manager ",•■,;■::><:■■■ -/■.■.,, •.',, / SUBSCR.PTWN PATES' One year (ta »<JvMe« „ M CO One year (If not In adrknee) „ ..-3 50 Sl i months _ „ I 10 Three months '0 B0 One or more copied, each .' '. 0 6 Legal advertising— per nquarc ot XlI «rng— First In«erti®n...... ,41.60 Subsequent Insertions— pc : siiuare-eaoh ' M F.JC.-KIIEII AT TIIK POSTOrriOB AT JACKNON AS BROOND-Ct.AKH MAWrMIC. THIQ PA PER l" WPt O" fll« »t "• ft DAKK'S Advertliiinf Agoncy. 77H MorUnt Btroot I HlO I AI L.IV Snii Frnnclsoo, Calirornln, whore oontracu for udvortlslnß can bo made for iti City official paper. 7RIDAY.... 1.... i. MAY 1, !19f>8 APPOINTING DELEGATES. , It is regretable that, after the severe experience handed out to the republicans of California two years ago, some county central committees are resolved this year to repeat the blunder of appointi...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 1 May 1908

Amador County Descriptive Article Ainndor county comprises tin area of ">4S wiunro miles. It lies on tho wes tern slopo of Sierra Nevada, mountains, nnd embraces within its territory all thn diversity of valley, foothill, and hitrh mountainous lands. (Jlimnto.— Tbo climato of tho popu lous portions of Ibo county Is as gonial and healthful as can bi» found anywhere In California. Ab climate ia ono of tho most valuable assets of this favored stato In attracting population, Amador stands second to no county in this re gard. -It should, aml.no doubt will in time, when Its climatic advantages are moro thoroughly understood and ap preciated, become v health resort not only for thoso In loss favored states, but for the residents of other parts of California. The temperature ulonu tho central portion rarely falls below .10 degrees abovo zero in winter, and as rarely rises to 100 degrees in tho sum mer. Snow seldom falls in tho settled districts", and never remains on tho ground for more ...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 1 May 1908

4 FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS JAUKSON VALLEY. April 28.— Mr nnd Mrs Joe Klild tpent h few dnys of' last week in Stockton, with Mr nnd Mrs A. 11. Me 0111. Mra Leak liamert and son, Fiank, spent Huiidiiy with relatives in the valley. Vance Lucas and Koy llryimt killed a large rnttlesnnke Munrlny in the pre sence of Air IMvh and Alias Adams of louo. The ennko hnd thirteen rnttlcs, Mr Davis took them na a reminder of Mr Emerson and daughter, Oladys, ot Elliot, spent Sundny with Mrs A. C. Miner. Mr and Mrs Coriall of Lookford, were visiting relatives iv tbe valley Hnndny. Mih Kerahaw of Sun Frauoisoo, 'is spending n few days with her mother, Mrs Shel bourn. Mih O. Hnrbor and son, James, spent a few days with her sister, Mrs 8. Alford. Mrs C. N. Fosaior has gone to Stockton for a tew days visit. Ernest Lucas of Julian district, spent Sunday with hia brother Vanco, who is working for Kldd brothers. PLYMOUTH. April 30.— Tho B!Uh anniversary of Odd Fellowship was observed hoio hy a grmid ball on...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 1 May 1908

»^il^ffif&^^i^y^^^f^^^^iiifi^ to tnkn a Kor>AK wllh 5o " " nJ sn:ii> ll'^]lr P*sW^ -^i if^i^ /^^*"^^fr^^ l>lclurra of the w " rslil|m ns thny |||||)'Tvl;|^<|vif 0 " 1 " thro "« 11 " in Oolacn C4:ao - In n -> j from $1 up on sale at RUHSER'S ~CJTY PHARMACY; Jackson* Cal. TEMPERATDIIE AND HAINFALL This tablo gives tho hlghost nnd lowost tcm pornturo In Jaclison for oach day, togothor with ' tho rainfall, aa recorded by solf-rcKistoi'lng instruments Uopt at tho Lodßer ofllco: JT ompi n :3 iTctnpiS. umo. ! .. i £1 ; Date. !l.'|H. iIi.;H.!2 Apr. 1." 1908 83 71 . It I 34 711, I) i 3"> 73 .. 4 : .T. 711.. n si 74!" I! i 8S: «8 • 7 i M 71- 8 83 70 • II ; 30 81: - lv ! :» 8H:- II i ■!;■> «S:' 1-J i 48V-8S • 13 ; 40] 8) • it i ;>!t n- l'i : ftll 03;' :Apr. 17. .. i 18... i ih... ; an... i si .. I- y j \'.'.'.'.'.'~Zi... '■ IS',\ i ••" '.'.'.'.'. .V*'..\ ■■ •».., : 30... : 31... „.:■■. Boj 7>i •••• ...i 38 IU i * • * " „..i !f): fc'l ■"•' ....: «: 77:"" „..i M 75...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 1 May 1908

6 Clipped from our Exchanges From INcar«by Counties. The report was ctiirient here Hun day, that a rich strike had been made iv the (iwin mine. Mm new dls coferjr Is on the 12800 lovel and should It prove to be trim will be enc.ourag lug newg us the dig mine has not been making ■■ very favorable showing of lati'. — Prospect. Uncle B«ni can rest securely ho far as this man is concerned, should ho become a citizen. Ho was an appli cant for his llrst papers tlio other day, and deputy county clerk Smith was propound iiii,' tho tiaunl qiuiHtioiJH, "Are you an anarchist," asked the deputy. "1 no savoy tbatn, 1 no undorstanda." "Well, cotitiuuod the deputy, "do you believe iv killing King*, Queens, Presidents and such people bocauso they hold oitico?" "On, no! no! 1 kills Jack rabblta, thata all 1 killa. — rro.spect. lleiliiomlui Urothers from neat Jackson, drove v band ot cattlo through town Wednesday: they are taking them down near Clay Station to pasture thuiu for awhile. —Echo. While c...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 1 May 1908

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY National Government. EXECUTIVE President Theodore Roosevelt Vice President.. Chiirles W. Fairbanks JUDJCIAUV V.A. BUI'UKMK COUKT JUSTICKS (Chief .lubUco Fuller) First circuit Olivor W. Holms Second circuit.... llufus W. Peckham Third circuit Ilenory W. Urown Fourth circuit Molvlllo W. Fuller Fifth circuit Edward w. White Sixth circuit John M. Harlan Soventh circuit Wllliiim H Day Eight circuit David J . Hrowor Ninth circuit Joseph McKonna NINTH JUDIC'Ati CIRCUIT (Pacific States and Territorloi) Circuit judge William W. Morrow Circuit judge Eftklro M. Ross Circuit judgo William B. Gilbert U. S. Commissioner for Amador coun ty Richard Webb LEGISLATIVE . SENATORS FROM CALIFORNIA. Georgo C. Perkins and Frank P. Flint CONGRESSMKN FROM CAIjIKOUNTA First district Wm. Knglebright Second district. ..Duncan E. McKlnliiy Third distract.... Joseph K. Knowland Fourth district .Julius Kahn Fifth district ' K. A. Hayes Sixth district James C. Ncedham Seventh district James McLac...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 1 May 1908

8 LOCAL EDITORIAL COLUMN. IT MAKES ALL THE DIFFERENCE. We publish ill another column an article from the Amador Record emanating from the Jackson correspondent of that paper. We reprint it not because of any merit attaching to the communication, either in sentiment or language; neither because of its demerit, which must be self-evident to the most casual observer. We can afford to ignore the fact that the writer seems to be suffering from a severe attack of Webb-ou the-braiti, a disease that has been prevalent around the court house for, 10, these many years, and which has assumed a particularly virulent form of late years. It is of course need less to say that the monomaniac literature emanates from that democracy-infested quarter. The disease has become chronic, and tlfere is reason to fear that it will result in a permanent fracture of the young man's intellect. We say 'young man,' because we cannot conceive of other than youth ful folly being responsible for abuse founded mainly...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
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