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To Keep tbe Water From Freezing. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 February 1900
To Keep tbe Water From Freezing. The Dawson City Water Works has introduced a novel method of supplying its . patrons during the "coldest months of the Klondike winter. Over the hydrant of each person who agrees to pay $1 a week for the servico it erects a wooden house measuring six feet in all three dimensions. Each of these houses contains a small stove, in which the company keeps a fire day
How Is Your Wife? [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 February 1900
How Is Your Wife? Has she lost her beanty ? If so constipation, indigestion, sick headache, are the principal causes, Karl's Clover Root Tea has cured these ills for half a century. Price 25c and 50c. Money refunded if results are not satisfactory. For sale by A. Goldner, Druggist. - : •
Douglass Was Sold For $100. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 February 1900
Douglass Was Sold For $100. J. C. Schaffer, of Evanston, 111., has recently come into possession of the "original bill of sale which conveyed Frederick Douglass from one master to another. The consideration named in the bill is $100. The document was written eleven years after Douglass escaped from slavery, and the sale was in reality a penalty exacted by Thomas Auld, who had pwned Douglass, of his brother, Hugh Auld, from whose custody he had run away.— New York Tribune. Experience is the best Teacher. Use Acker's English Remedy in any case of coughs, colds or croup. Should it rail to give immediate relief money refunded. 25 cents and 50 cents. Sold by A. Uoldner.
A New Mosquito. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 February 1900
A New Mosquito. Newark has a new breed of mosquitoes. This appalling intelligence is gleaned from one of the papers published in that city. .ThuHe new mosquitoes are not to be kept out of houses by any of tho screens now in use. They are so small that they get into tho T rooms of the unhappy residents of tho flourishing "city on the Passaic river and bite them with the ferocity hitherto unknown even in tho State which is famous for its mosquitos. The doctors are .trying to comfort the people by telling them" that these mosquitos will eat malaria germs with more avidity than the ordinary New Jersey breed, but the people are not satisfied. Some of them are declaring that their Board of Health ought to do something about it. Just how the Board of. Health can constantly take action looking toward the extermination of any insect which will eat the germs of malaria is not explained. — New York Times. •'•I had dyspepsia for years.' Nolnedicine was so effective as Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It g...
Important Events in American History. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 February 1900
Important Events in American History. A few of the noted events in the progress of the American nation are as follows: 1620, landing on Plymouth Rock. 1621, first Thanksgiving Day; no turkey. 1622, first meeting house built. 1640, first printing press. 1648, first witches hanged. 1649, men are commanded to wear short hair. 1702, Yale College founded in New Haven. 1704, first newspaper printed in Boston. 1705, coffee is tasted. 1705, tea is tried, but taxation makes it costly. John Dirr, Poseyville, Ind., says, "I never used anything as good as One Minute Cough Cure. We are never without it." Quickly breaks up coughs and colds. Cures all throat and lung troubles. Its use will prevent consumption. Pleasant to take. City Pharmicy.
Must Be Respected. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 February 1900
Must Be Respected. Nearly $200 in ten cent subscriptions has been raised in Cleveland, Ohio, for the purpose of beantifying the grave of Moses Cleveland, the founder of the city. The plan is to buy the property in which the Cleveland family is buried and to place an iron railing around it and plant flowers in the plot. The grave is in an abandoned cemetery in Canterbury, Conn., which is neglected to such an extent that sheep graze among the tombstones and cattle wander about the place unmolested. — New York Tribune.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 February 1900
MISCELLANEOUS. -»^ T _^- r - Love is the y^P Hl^f 'iA. ji corner-stone of a ilnjjip Oil nil! he *; h °p es J 'jp oll Jpl/X&amp;w WssSm an d around those JmJi3-3^~*J&amp;&amp; P~ tender affections 49fv. A Iw Bt which she cherry J ishes toward the WJKyC]^^r' ones who are &lt;y~ V^-^xjV*^f dear to her, and . :'"?. ■■ •» which she looks to receive from them in return. This is woman's nature; it is the Godgiven instinct that makes her a fond and tender sweetheart ; a comforting, helpful wife ; an ever-loving, solicitous, care-taking mother. When a woman. feels that the responsibilities and duties of wif ehood and motherhood have become irksome to her — a burden and trouble rather than a source of uplifting and inspiration— it shows that there is some deficiency in her physical .make-up; some abnormal and unhealthy condition of the delicate and important special ■tructure of womanhood. Many thousands of women annually write to Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 February 1900
MISCELLANEOUS. THE COFFEE HOUSE JACKSON, CAL. Basement of the Webb Building Everything New, Neat and Clean MEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS ALWAYS ON HAND Guests treated with consideration and respect at all times. Best liquors and Cigars at the Bar HAMBRIC &amp; CARLEY. M. A. MAILS For the Best Assortment of Dry Goods SHOES AND Furnishing Goods Of All Kinds For Ladies And Children At the Lowest Prices GO TO M. A. MAILS Sutter Creek ••••••••••••••••••••••••a* : it's. Not 5 • Expensive==# * • It's the quality that's high in Tea • • Garden Drips, Toboggan Maple • • " Syrup und Pelican Louisiana Mo- • • . lasses, -. 0 • For sale by tirst-class grocers in • • cans only. Money refunded If the • • goods are not satisfactory. Don't • • accept an imitation. See that the • • manufacturer's name is litho- • • graphed on every can. • m Pacific Coast S 9 . Syrup Company ♦ I 0 713-71U Sansome street, San Francisco Z ••••••••••••••••••••••••a* IK OF AMADOR COUNTY - In...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 February 1900
LAWYERS. E. A. FREEMAN Office In Marelia building, corner Main and Court streets. D. B. SPAGNOLI Attorney and Counselor at Law Jackson. Cal. Practice in all the States and Federal courts. Office: Spagnoli building, opposite Hall of Records. A. CAMINETTI Attorney and Counselor at Law Will practice in all the State and Federal courts. ROBERT C. BOLE Attorney-at-Law Jackson, Cal. Office: Farley building, Summit street. ~^"EIL A. aiAUQCARKIE T ■ -—, ;._ Attorney and Counselor at Law Jackson, Cal. Office: Spagnoli block, Courthouse square. T " W. CALDWELL fj ■ Attorney-at-Law Jackson, Cal. Will practice in all courts of the State . - TIT- H. WILLIS Attorney-at-Law Jackson, Cal. . Office: With E. A. Freeman. Practice in all State Courts. TOHN F. OAVIS ■ -r— LAWYER — Jackson, Cal. Office on Summit Street, opposite Courthouse. JACOB L. SARGENT — ATTORNEY — Jackson, Cal. Office: Marelia building. Court street. Mines and mining laws a specialty. NOTARIES. "TTILDA CLOUGH Stenographer and Notar...
SENATOR THOS. R. BARD. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 February 1900
SENATOR THOS. R. BARD. Governor Perkins no longer carries the United States Senatorial burden all alone. He has a running mate who is expected to share equally the honors and the duties. California will now be represented in the United States Senate bytwo able men instead of one. The whole State should rejoice at the happy termination of a long and bitterly contested fight for a successor to Stephen M. White. The agony is over; the pipe of peace has been passed from lip to lip, eloquent speeches have been made and everything is lovely in the Republican camp. Thomas R. Bard was born in*Chambersburg, Franklin county, Pa., December 8, 1841, the son of Robert M. Bard, an attorney of wide practice and acknowledged ability. He is of Scotch-Irish descent. The advent of his ancestors to this country dates back to 1745. They were among the earliest of Pennsylvania settlers, and took a prominent, part in the struggles of this country for independence. When the Civil War broke out Mr. Bard was...
THE KENTUCKY SITUATION. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 February 1900
THE KENTUCKY SITUATION. 'f The Dark and Bloody Ground," is always exhibiting some eccentric phase of social or political life. Today, the Nation stands aghast at a crime that is in no sense American. Senator Goebel, the defeated candidate for Governor of Kentucky, and a contestant for the office, before the legislative Returning Board, was shot down, in a cowardly manner, by a hidden assassin. Every American, worthy of the name, deplores the event and wishes speedy retribution to overtake the cowardly miscreant who contrived and executed the dastardly outrage. Blind passion frequently produces appalling crime, but the cold and stealthy execution of a murder for the promotion of any cause is odious to all good citizens. This crime is abhorrent, cowardly in execution, and should obtain no indulgence from any quarter. The political situation in Kentucky is serious. Governor Taylor, who was elected by the people, and seated by a Democratic Returning Board, has had to face a determinatio...
GEOLOGY OF RIVER CHANNELS [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 February 1900
GEOLOGY OF RIVER CHANNELS The Great Kiver Channel of THE FAMOUS DEPOSITS OF WEALTH IN THEM ibis Great Gravel Bed, the Channels and Drifts Bon North and South. JOHN A. FAULL The great majority of gold is very fine. Occasionally there are found large boulders, but one main channelbreak is found at Dutch Flat. Here we have a sudden change, first the alluvion deposits, then a series of gravel and bouldera of greater or ' less magnitude called the surface wash; the second wash contains what, is known as pumpkin seed gold, a very heavy deposit of quartz boulders, some of which weigh fifty tons; in some "of these boulders gold has been found. From this it has been reasoned that quartz Is the mother of gold, yet nine-teen-twentietbs of all the gold taken from our river beds and channels has been froe, angular and rough, some times, but very rarely, scaley. In the surface earth tho alluvial, which has been found Is a little flakey but none of the quartz gold shows anything like the gravel go...
Annual Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 February 1900
Annual Meeting Tho regular annual meeting of the shareholders of the Carrara marble quarry of Amador county, will bo held on Monday, February 12, 1900, at tho office of tho company, 628 Montgomery street, 2d floor, roOm 12, at 3 o'clock p. ra., San Francisco, California, for the purpose of electing a Board of Directors for tho ensuing year and for tho transaction of other business that may come up before tho board, .' C. Donders, Secretary. Office of company, 628 Montgomery street, 2d floor, room 12, San Francisco Cal - l; 1 - 2-2-16
LINCOLN TO BE REMEMBERED [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 February 1900
LINCOLN TO BE REMEMBERED A Monutnent Will Soon Be Erected. SOME ANECDOTES OF THE GREAT LIBERATOR Schools Will Hold Short Exercises and Will Also Help Swell the' Monument Fund. •' Monday, 'Fobruary^ 12, 1900, will be Lincoln Day, and throughout the great system of schools in the United States teachors and pupHs will unite in a patriotic effort to praise the name qf Lincoln. The Lincoln Monument League is seeking the aid of yie people on the Pacific Coast to erect a companion piece to the Statue of Liberty at the entrance to the harbor of New York. The Lincoln Monument to be- placed at the exit of the harbor. To recall the life of that noble figure in this nation's history we give the following: A' story by Lincoln:' 'V'. 1 : EDUCATION A GROWTH. Mr. Lincoln, himself, told tho following story of his life:^-"When I was about eighteen years old I went into an office to study law. After a while I saw that a lawyer's, business . was largely to prove things, and I said to myself, 'Lincoln, ...
HUMOROUS TACT. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 February 1900
HUMOROUS TACT. As soon as tho West Virginia State Bill passed Congress, Mr. Carlisle, true to his purpose, went at once to the Presidont. "Now, Mr. Lincoln, " said he, "you must veto that bill." '.'Well, '.'/said the • honest President, with just' the least bit in the world of humor; : "I'll tell you what I'll do; I'll split the difference and say nothing about it. MIRTHFUL IRONY, j; Judge Baldwin* an old and highly respectabie gentleman, solicited a pass outside the Union lines to see a brother in Virginia, but being refused, finally obtained an interviow with Lincoln and stated his case. "Have ypu applied to General Halleck?'! inquired the President. f'And met with a flat refusal," said Judgß B. "Then you must see btanton," continued the President. "I have, and with the same result," was the reply. "Wull, then, " said the President, with a smile of good humor, I can do nothing, for you must know that I have very little influence with this Administration." UNSELFISH PATRIOTISM. . ....