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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 16 February 1900
MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. Eleetriblty ! DR. ..W. F. GREEN, D. D. S. WEBB BUILDING. JACKSON. CAL. Teeth Filled and Extracted Positively Without Pain by ELECTRICITY " Artificial Teeth made on Aluminum Plates. Easy to keep clean ; light as a feather and will never tarnish. Also Gold and Metal Plates. All plate work leaving my office is guaranteed to fit, wear and give perfect satisfaction and comfort. J:/ GOLD, ALUMINUM AND PLATINUM CROWNS All Crown and Bridge Work made according to the latest and approved method. FINE GOLD FILLINGS A SPECIALTY * Ulcerated Teeth, no matter of how long standing, &lt;ured in one treatment. DR. W. F. GREEN, D. D. S. Webb Building, Main Street, Jaokson, CaL FOR &lt;nnA an ■ • • McCall's Magazine '-7— (the queen of fashion) I Will contain TWENTY-TWO FULL-PAGE BEAUTIFUL COLORED PLATES— more than 1000 exquisite, artistic and strictly up-to-date FASHION designs — a large number of short stories and handsome illustrations-—;-fancy work, hint...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 16 February 1900
LEGAL NOTICES. Administrator's Sale of Real Estate. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. THAT IN pursuance of an order of the Superior Court in and for the County of Amador, State of California, made on the silst day of October, 189ff, In the matter of the estate of G. M L Mathls, deceased, the undersigned, the administrator of said estate, will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, gold coin of the United States, and subject to confirmation by said Superior Court, on Saturday, the 84th day of February, 1900, at 10 o'clock a. m.. in front of the Courthouse door, at Jackson, in the County of Amador, State of California, all the right, title, interest and estate ! of the said G. M. L. Mathis at the time of his death, and all the right, title and interest that the said estate has, by operation of law or otherwise, acquired other than or in addition to that of the said G. M. L. Mathis at the time of his death, in and to all those certain lots pieces or parcels of land situate, lyi...
EL DORADO COUNTY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 23 February 1900
EL DORADO COUNTY. Republican, Placerville, February 15th. Walter. F. Kirby of. Rossville and Miss Jennie Leach man of Salmon Falls went up to Placerville last Monday and were united in marriage by Rev.. C. C. Pierce. They returned the same evening to the home of the bride's mother, where they spent a portion .of their honeymoon. On Wednesday they went over to Rossville to spend a few days. They fill reside with the bride's mother. Both of the young people are well known, and good wishes for their future married life are many. Company H has received a challenge from the Fresno Company, of which George Jones is a a member, to shoot in a contest. Each company is to select ten men, who will fire at the target of their own locality and exchange scores. George W. Harvey of Shingle Springs, who was so violently'delirious last, week, is at the private hospital of Dr. Clark at Stockton- undergoing treatment. He is said to bo rapidly improving, John Kyle and Edward Trotot of Diamond Springs h...
CALAVERAS COUNTY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 23 February 1900
CALAVERAS COUNTY. Ghroniole, Mokelumne Hill, February nth. C. F. Burce, who has been employed in this office for some time past, left Tuesday morning for Oakland. Three 10-horse teams are now busily engaged in hauling freight from Valley Springs to the site of the new power plant on the Mokeluinno river. Joshua Jones Si-., died at Altaville Tuesday last, aged seventy-three years. He was one pf the piqneers of Calaveras county, and well known in the State. He leaves several children— all William Miner, who was a conspicuous character in the stage robbery business a couple of decades ago in this and Tuolumne county, will shortly be released from San Quentin under ttye reward pf merit system. Prospect, San Andreas, February 17th. R. Senter, who haa retired from business, has also resigned his position a? treasurer of the'MasoDic order; of this place, a position which he has held for Forty-five years. Mathew Manuel was elected in his stead. The power plant, in the canyon above Murphy's,...
TUOLUMNE COUNTY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 23 February 1900
TUOLUMNE COUNTY. Democratic Banner, Sonora, February 17th. There has been delivered to the Sierra railway ten new flat and five box cars. The railroad proposes to give its patrons good service and its increased business demanded the extra carriers. ludependent, Sonora. February 17th. The trunk of the mammoth oak tree after which Big Oak was named, was destroyed by fire by some unknown person last Monday night. Last week Governor Gage appointed Alexander McKenzie as Supervisor for the 2d district in place of J. W. Pitts, resigned. . The appointment of Mr. McKenzie, gives general satisfaction to the Republicans of his district and the people at large as he is a Columbia boy, youngest son of Dan McKenzie. one of the pioneer settlers of that city, and a gentleman who is honored and respected by the entire community for his sterling integrity and courteous manner. Mr. McKenzie will make an ■ intelligent and popular worker for the interests of his district.
On Every Bottle [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 23 February 1900
On Every Bottle Of Shiloh's Consumption cure is this guarantee: "All we ask of you is to use two-thirds of the contents of this bottle faithfully, then If you can say yon are not benefited, return the bottle to your druggist and he may refund the price paid." Price paid 25c, 50c and 11. For sale by A. Goldner, Druggist. *
His Great Work. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 23 February 1900
His Great Work. A Chicago man who has written a book was telling about it the other day to a friend who had once done him a service. "By the way," said the author, "I would be delighted to give you a copy of my work, If you care for it." "I should be more than pleased to have it, " was the reply "especially if you will write your namein it." "All right.. There's a book store just around the corner. If you will accompany me we will go there and get it. I don't happen to have a copy in my oßico just now." After they had stopped to glance at some of the new things in the book store the author hailed a clerk, and pushing his chest out very far asked for the novel that he had written. "Yes, sir," the clerk said, "We have it around here somewhere, I believe, but you are the first one who has ever asked for a copy, and it may take me some time to find it. Wouldn't .something else do just as well? We have a great many better books at the same price. "—Chicago Times-Herald.
Tell Tour Bister [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 23 February 1900
Tell Tour Bister 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. *
Is Now an Ex-Convict. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 23 February 1900
Is Now an Ex-Convict. The slayer of the watchman, who was murdered in the Keystone mine office pne night" several years ago, is again at large. In his efforts to get the gold from the retorts ho killed the watchman, but the gold being in a melted condition he failed to make the scoop. Upon capture he was sentenced to a term of years in the State Prison at San Quentin. He hag been released recently arid has been recognized around his old haunts in this county, being seen in Jackson last week.
THE ACTION OF GLACIERS [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 23 February 1900
THE ACTION OF GLACIERS Its Relation to the Precious Metal. GREAT GRAVEL BEDS PASS THROUGH THE SIERRA Many Side Channels of Fine Gravel Carry Gold In Faying Quantities Covered by Clay, etc. JOHN A. FAULL Here also we find flake gold. This is about 430 miles from the place we have been describing : in tho big-k Sierras. The mountain chain not being continuous, It is hard to describe their exact position. * We have, however, to make a special study of this series of gravel and the ravines. We will begin at Rock creek where the side of the mountain has been grooved out for twenty-seven miles in length. This I also claimed to be of a glacial action, dropping in its path millions of tons of gravel in the Mojavo desert scraping out a path in that desert 942 yards wide twisting and turning for a distance of thirty-three miles, when it, doubtless, entered the sea. We cannot trace its lines beyond the distance we give. The Santa Clara valley, which was evidently its path is as now seen is the...
LOVE AND MONEY CLASH. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 23 February 1900
LOVE AND MONEY CLASH. A Scheming Young Widow Uses the Influence of Amador. It seems that the fame of Amador county mining acts as a charm to the unwary in the schemes of the swindler, even when a sweet young widow is the perpetrator. A case of this kind has been discovered in San Francisco, James Leeper, the victim, falling into the meshes of the net held by Mrs. Martha E. Browhard. Some weeks ago- Mrs. Browhard, who is known to the police through her financial schemes, advertised through a matrimonial journal ■that a young widow of considerable property wished to meet a laboring man with matrimonial intentions. James Leeper responded, and she suggested that he go to Amador county and look aftorhor interests. Before his depature she requested that he make a cash deposit to assure her of his good faith. A lodging-house owned by Leeper was sold by Mrs. Browhard for $500 and the fair widow retained the amount. Leeper came to Amador bounty on what proved to be a "fool's errand." He retu...
STAMP TRANSFER TAX. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 23 February 1900
STAMP TRANSFER TAX. Summary of Becent Decision by the Intern- ' al Revenue Collector. Collector of Internal Revenue Lynch has recently made public an interesting synopsis of decisions by Commissioner Wilson, bearing on the stamp tax as applied to transfers of stock in corporations!: The decisions are summarized by Collector Lynch thus: "In general, when stock owned by any person is to be transferred to a secretary or trustee, the tax is two cents per $100; whenever a secretary indorses and delivered the stgck the tax is twq cents per $100, for reissuing in the name of the secretary, with an additional tax of two cents per $100 for indorsement and delivery of the now stock. V
A Young Evangelist. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 23 February 1900
A Young Evangelist. Isabella Harvey Horton, a young woman who is preaching in several churches in Brooklyn, and who has been heard in many of the leading colored churches throughout the country, is only sixteen years of ago. It was reported that while conducting a revival in Wash/ingtqn, lasting four \yooks, she waa the means of effecting 263 conversions. — Tribune.
Bridge Accepted. ■ [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 23 February 1900
Bridge Accepted. ■ The Supervisors met Monday, February 12th, and accepted the b.ridge pecent}y erected by I^pss Morgan on Ifancheria creek. The money for the same — $1250 — was duly handed over to Mr. Morgan. "I had dyspepsia for years. No medicine was so effective as Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It gave immediate relief. Two bottles produced mar: velous results," wrjtes L. H. Warien, Albany, Wjs. It digests what you eat and cannot fail to, pure City Pharmacy, r • DeWftt's Witch Haze} Salve ts unequalled fqr piles, injuries and skin diseases , It ts the original Witch Hazel Salve. Beware of all counterfeits. City Pharmacy. ♦
ITS ORIGIN IN THE WEST [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 23 February 1900
ITS ORIGIN IN THE WEST The Indians Kaised Excellent Crops. THEIR INDUSTRY HAS SINGE BEEN GIVEN UP The Facilities For Irrigation Have Been Recently -Taken From - . The Arizona Indians. ;---_. "■■ ■ .. Four hundred years ago, according to the narrative of that intrepid Spanish adventurer, Cabeza de Vaca, the portior^qf Southern Arizona, now occupied by the Gila Indian' Reservation, grew luxuriant crops of. fruit and maize for the friendly Pitna Indians. This explorer describes them very much as they are today. They occupied the same lands as at present and were industrious farmers and irrigators, as they continued to be for many years after the acquisition of Arizona by the United States. They have raised corn, wheat, j pumpkins, beans, sorghum and vegetables in profusion; they havo lived in small villages and held their lands in severalty and they are expert weavers oflHnejbhinkuts and cotton fabrics. All- this has been accomplished through irrigation, practiced by them sinco before ...
HAVE TO GIVE IT UP. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 23 February 1900
HAVE TO GIVE IT UP. No More Good Times in Country School Houses. For years it has been the custom in country school districts, where the schoolhouse was the only available building in which dances and other social events could be had, to obtain the use of the schoolroom from the trustees for all such gatherings, but that is all past now, and the trustees must henceforth deny the usual appeal of the pretty school mam to allow a dance in their institution of learning so that teacher and parents, not to say anything of the '"big brothers," may understand each other better; that they may greet one another and become better acquainted, and many other things which are sure to be presented by the petitioner to convince the trustees that • her views are correct. '.'■ \l J ; _ .This has all resulted from the following sentence whteh^has been issued by State Superintendent, of Public Instruction Thomas' J. Kirk:' "A public schoolhouse cannot be used for any purpose which necessitates the remo...