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973,550 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 18 May 1900
973,550 LIMBUHGER CHEESE. The Germantown girl puzzled over it for some time, and finally gave it up. "Why, it's easy," said her friend. "It reads: 'Sigsbee sent Dewoy some Limburger cheese." "Yes, " said the victim,' as she scanned the lines again, "but wb,ere's. the 'sent'?" "In the Limburger cheese," was the reply. Then everybody laughed, and the girl who had been caught determined to have her revenge. The next evening at the dinner table she worked It on her brother.. "I give Hup," he said. "What's the answer?" "Oh, it's easy," said the girl. "It reads: ' Sigsbee gave Dewey some Limburger cheese. ' ' ' 'Where's the gave?" asked the brother. "In the Limburger cheese, " she shrieked. And she wondered why nobody saw the joke.
Prince of Wales as a Jockey. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 18 May 1900
Prince of Wales as a Jockey. The Prince of Wales once rode and won ;i hqrso race. This event took place in Ireland,, nearly forty years ago. The horse's name was Rupee,* and the distance run a mile and a' half. To the spectators the jockey was known as "Capt. Melville." His colors on this occasion were all white. Rupee was the Prince's own horse. He determined to. ride him himself, and, if possible, to win. Thjs b,e. did, though' there several experienced jockeys riding against him.
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 18 May 1900
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA. A Number of Additional Courses for the University. University of California, May 10, 1900.— Two of the most notable historical scholars in the United States will offer courses at the University of California next year to fill the vacancy left by Professor Bernard Moses, new Philippine Commissioner. Professor Moses has been granted a year's leave of absence, during which time Professor Thomas Rutherford Bacon will be head of the History Department. H. Morse Stephens, Professor of Modern European History in Cornell University, will lecture for a. month during the first, term on "England's Administration of Her Colonies and Dependencies' and "The French Resolution." Adolph C.Miller, Professor of Finance in the University of Chicago, will give courses in finance, taxation, etc. A number of additional courses have been announced for the summer session of the University of California. Professor Max Margolis will -give courses in Hebrew, Arabic, Syriac, and Aramai...
U. 8. Treasury Report. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 18 May 1900
U. 8. Treasury Report. March" 10, 1900, the TJ. §. Treasury had on hand, as shown by the official statement, a net cash balance of $301,927,150.28. Government receipts, in excess of all expenses, for seven months prior to March Ist, were as follows: August, 1899 $ 4,455,862.58 Sept., " 7,754,772.09 Oct., '• 3,359,561.82 Nov., " 6,175,724.68 Dec., " 7,613,555.91 Jan., 1900 8,823,068.00 Feb., " 7,892,792.89 Total .$46,075,335.97 This fa an average of $6,582,190.85 per month; or, . at the rate Qf $78,986,290. JO per year. In his letter to Congress, Jan. 10, 1900, the Secretary of the Treasury said: "The revenues are now largely exceeding disbursements frani month to month, and seem likely to, do so for an indefinite time, This condition would be a menace to the business world if assurances wore not given that this surplus would be diverted from the treasury vaults to the public depositories where, while secure to the Government, it would remain available to public use." The. eiisleuoe ...
He Lived Through It All. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 18 May 1900
He Lived Through It All. A private in the Dublin Fusiliers, who collected a number of bullets in his body, and is even more bored by inquisitive visitors to the Mooi River Hospital, was visited by a pompous legislator from Cape Town. He wearily described his, wounds. Two bullets through his helmet, one in his shoulder, another in his "fut" and two explosive bullets through his left breast. "It's a wonder you weren't killed," said the legislator; "they must have passed perilously near the region of the heart." "They did that, bedad," said the Fusilier, "but I was right enough, for sure me heart was in me mouth for safety." H. Clark, Chauncey, Ga., says Do Wit t\s Witch Hazel Salve cured him of piles that had aftiicted him for twenty years. It is also a speedy cure for skin deseases. Beware of dangerous counterfeits. City Pharmacy.
Do Hot Overlook This [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 18 May 1900
Do Hot Overlook This And purchase from some one else. Just received my spring and summer goods, which I carefully selected while n the 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. Got your measure taken for a fine $10 suit, at the White House. 2 23-tf
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 18 May 1900
MISCELLANEOUS. lirliit 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 White," Orlando Stevens, Johnny Chapman, H. B. Freeman, Hardy Downing, F. A. MeFarland, 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 the market. We don't sell you '98 or '99 goods for 1900 models. Agents Wanted Everywhere. Write for prices and Catalogue. WHITE SEWING MACHINE COMPANY, \ 300-306 Post St...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 18 May 1900
MISCELLANEOUS. Woman's medical adviser Medical advice can only be given by a medical man or woman; one educated and trained in the profession of medicine. IT IS USELESS TO WRITE TO A WOMAN or man for medical advice unless such are trained and qualified medical practitioners. Offers of " medical advice " are made by those who cannot give what they offer, because they lack the medical training and professional qualifications of physicians. You will not trust your property to the care of irresponsible people. Will you trust your health? Inquiry will show that no offer made by any advertising physician can compare with that of Dr. R. V. Pierce, chief consulting physician to the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N. Y. Bick women can consult Dr. Pierce by letter free. All letters are read and answered in strictest confidence. If you are suffering from disease of the womanly organs write to DR. R. V. PIERCE, BUFFALO, N. Y. L. OKTTINGER 8. H. KRIGBT KNIGHT &amp; CO. F...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 18 May 1900
LAWYERS. Jackson, Cal. Office in Marelia building, corner Main and Court streets. . "T\ 11. SPAGNOLI Attorney, and Counselor at Law Practice in all the States and Federal courts Office: Spagnoli building, opposite Ball o' Records. ACAMINKTTI Attorney and Counselor at Law Jackson, Cal. Win practice In all tbe State and Federal courts. ■pOBKKT C. BOLE AttorneT-at-Law ■«; :: Jackson, Cal..omce : Farley building. Summit street. -j^-Kll. A. MAcyi'AKIUK Attorney and Counselor at Law Office; ' Spagnoli block. Courthouse square. T W. CALDWELL *"■ Attorney-at&gt;Law - ' Jackson, Cal. Will practice In all courts of the State ;VI7- H. WILLIS Attorney-at-Law Jackson, Cal. Office: With E. A. Freeman. Practice In State Courts. TOHN F. DAVIS '-" : \*i' y--— LAWYER — V Jackson, Cal Office on Summit Street, opposite CourtbooM. JACOB L. BABOENT : ' -^_ ATTORNEY Office: Marelia building, Court street. Mines and mining laws a specialty. NOTARIES. TTILDA CLOUOU . Stenographer and Notary Public J...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 18 May 1900
Without doubt the action of the Republican State Convention held last Tuesday in Sacramento was sound. It did not run rampant in a declarator sense and slop over, as some conventions have done, and as this one might have done had not cool heads been at the helm. The National Conveu- ■ tion will in due time make the platform for the National party and then it will be time to voice party policy. The convention performed its duties promptly and with very little friction, electing^safe and sound Republicans to represent the party in the National Convention at Philadelphia. We" may feel assured that the delegates elected will zealously guard the interests of California and maintain the dignity and honor of the party'in every particular. , The Ledger is under obligation to Hon. Marion De Vries, member of Congress from this district, for a copy of the United States Geological Report, recently issued, which treats comprehensively of the subject of forest reserves in the United States, and p...
ROUSING STATE CONVENTION [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 18 May 1900
ROUSING STATE CONVENTION Eepublican Delegates Meet at Sacramento. COLONEL E. A. FORBES IS UDE fIUHIIIUI Delegates to the Rational Convention Elected.— A Strong Platform Is: Adopted. The Republican State Convention was caljed to order at 2:30 p. m. Monday by Hon. George C. Pardoe, Vice Chairman of the State Central Committee, who said th« Kupublican party was proud of its record of the past four years. In that time it had carried a war to a successful issue, and earned the respect of Kuropean . nations. It had carried out all its pledges, made four years ago. (Cheers.) • ■ • f d Colonel George Stone of San Francisco, said it was distinctly an honor for any man to be chosen to preside over a Republican convention. - The Repuhl; : can party also delights in honoring worthy members of it. He felt sure' of its selecting the gentleman whom he should name, for it was not only a compliment to him but to the convention. He was a patriotic citizen and asoldier, a native son and a man well fit...
The Finest Building Lots. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 18 May 1900
The Finest Building Lots. Remember that W. P. Peek has the ffnest building lots for sale in Jackson. Terms easy. See display advertisement in this paper. 3-2-tf Otto Korb, Grand Chancelor, K. of P., Boonville. Ind., says, "DeWitfs Witch Hazel Salve soothes the most delicate skin ancf'heals the most stubborn ulcer with certain and good results. Cures piles of skin deseases.'- Don't buy an imitation City Pharmacy. : ..;, !'. V,
Free to Inventors. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 18 May 1900
Free to Inventors. The experience of C. A. Snow &amp; Cft in obtaining more "than a),(KM patents (or inventors has enabled them to helpfully answer many questions relating to the protection of intellectual property. This they have done ins pamphlet treating briefly of United States and foreign patents, with cost of same, and bow to procure them; trademarks, designs, caveats, infringements, decisions in leading patent cases, etc.. etc. . .',:;&gt;,&lt; £■» This pamphlet will be sent free .to anyone writing to C. A. Snow &amp; Co., Washington, D C. Consult Daniel Odgers, Sutter Creek, before ordering suits of clothes. Agent for. Warrington Woolen and ' Worsted Mills. . 5-18-1 mo For thirty days longer the- Annual Clearance Sale at the Bed Front will continue. Tp those who have already takon advantage of the splendid opportunity no word is necessary, but to others we suggest an early examination of goods and prices; ■ 5-4-tf -I think De Witt's Little Ear...
Horse and Baggy for' Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 18 May 1900
Horse and Baggy 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. Heriibk, Jackson, pal.. 4-13-tf J. }. Uarsi'in, Protbonotary, Washingtpn, Pa.; nays, "I have foumj liodol Dyspepsia, Cure an excellent remedy in cave of stomach trouble, and have derived great beneQt from its use." It digests what you oat and can not fall to cure. City Pharmacy. ' : • v
Episcopal Services. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 18 May 1900
Episcopal Services. Divine service will he held in the Maspnfp hall Sunday next, with Holy Communipn at \\ §i m. : ■&gt; ■ -.',■; Ww.^Tu^on, ■ . - '.". *■ •: Iteetor, W. H. Shipman, Beardsley, Minn., tihdcr oath says he suffered from dyspepsia tor twenty-nve years. Doctors and dieting gave bjut little relief. Finally he used Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and he feels like a new man. It digests what JBB e S? - P' ty Phi ""niacy. 'j .
To Lm. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 18 May 1900
To Lm. A six-room house and barn,' about a quarter of a mile from the Zei'a mine. Apply at this office. 5-18-1 mo Peek's Addition ijov QBen (or the sale of lots. These resident lots are (he proa.m ni the town. They are in town virtually, and yet up out pf the dust and dirt. They are cheap. aait A complete stock of washable goods, BuitaMfl fpr dresses, such as Lawns, Organdies, Swts«e«, X&amp;nsQoks, of all the latest colorings, from 5c up, at the White House. . . 4-f.tf CJeanse l*e liyv*, purify the blood, invigorate the' body by'jising Dy Witt's LJttle Early, Risers^ These famous little pills always act promptly. Pj'/PJwwy- "■■■■■ Five thousand spring samples 0/ clothing, the latest patterns*, on exhibition at the White House. 2 23-tf