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Taylor and His Gold Brick. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 2 March 1900
Taylor and His Gold Brick. About 10:15 this morning as B. F. Taylpr was pp his way from the Argonaut mine to the Express Office with bullion, his horse took fright as he was about. to pass tho rock breaker and Mr. Botto attempted to lead the animal. The horse reared and plunged, broke away from Botto, overturned the cart and threw Mr. Taylor and the gold brick down the b^nk. Mr. Taylor held on to the lines until they broke, but as good luck would have It one of them wound around the wheel and brought the horse up with a jerk before it had gone far. A bruised hip, slightly cut ear and lip are the only Injuries Mr. Taylor received.
Lost. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 2 March 1900
Lost. Gold Masonic Keystone, Joseph Goyette engraved on side; also San Francisco Chapter No. 1. The finder please notify Joseph Goyette 847 E. Hazelton avenue, Stockton, - Cal. , or leave same at Globe Hotel, Jackson or American Exchange, Sutter Creek. The finder will be suitably rewarded. 3-2-lt
To Assume New Duties. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 2 March 1900
To Assume New Duties. Hon. Wm. H. Mills, who Is to personally control the exhibition of the Southern Pacific Cpmpftny at the Exposition of 1900, departed some time since, in bis special car for New York preparatory to embarking on an ocean liner for Europe. Mr. Mills was accompanied by Mrs. Mills, the Misses Mills and his private secretary, W. F. Perkins.
SHE WOULD NOT MARRY [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 2 March 1900
SHE WOULD NOT MARRY Advertised For a Husband, But None Suited. MRS. BROUHARD HAD SEVERAL APPLICANTS Martha £. Brouhard Wanted the Coin and Her Advertisements Were Effective. Madam Brouhard, according to the following report taken from the San Francisco Chronicle, has duped several men who were evidently hankering for the ' 'flesh pots of Egypt. " Several men were fleeced out of various sums of money, but they did not squeal. . It remained for James W. Leeper of San Francisco, who was touched off by the smoothe widow to the tune of $550 in cold coin,, not to mention the bone and sinew he expended on the barren tunnel, to raise a howl, which landed the dame in Court. Amador county being mentioned as the scene : of ..some. of the fair widow's mining schemes, the, Ledger "decided to look up the records and see what property the Bronhard really owned in Amador county. &gt; While thus engaged, the -following deeds - were sent here for record and appeared in the Ledger's columns of...
What Is Shilohl [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 2 March 1900
What Is Shilohl A grand old Remedy for Coughs, Colds and Consumption; qsed. through the world for half a century, has cured innumerable cases of incipient consumption and relieved many in advanced stages. If you are not satisfied with the results we will refund your money. Price, 35c. 50c and tl. For sale by A. Goldner the Druggist. •
Property Sold. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 2 March 1900
Property Sold. The Turner property in Sutter Creek has been sold to G. B. Vlcini for (3825. Subject to confirmation of the Superior Court ; the hearing on the sale will come up in Court on Monday, March 12th, at 10 a. m., and unless Mr. yicini's bid is raised the property wl|] probably go to him. This la one of the greatest bargains we % know of. The rental of the property is S7O per month or nearly 19 per cent per year interest on the amount bid. Turner, just before his death, refused $4000 for the property.
THE PHILIPPINE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 2 March 1900
THE PHILIPPINE WAR. February 22.— Military operations to cease/ Hereafter the Philippines will be patrolled by mounted police. \ : ■'•" &gt; . February 23.— From now on insurgents captured with arms will be treated as bandits and summarily punished. ; February 24.— Steamship Hancock arrives from Manila with the bodies of five hundred soldiers who fell in the Philippines. February 25.— Matters are very quiet in the Philippines. No important movements. February 26. — Reports on Philippine affairs ore becoming less regular. • February 27.— Preparations are being made to unload the dead from the Hancock with fitting military honors.— Court of claims allow Dewey less than $10,000 as prize money. February 28.— Insurgents claim to have won a battle. Report the defeat of an American column and the taking of forty prisoners.— Changes ot benefit to the army.
Mrs. Kay's Musicals. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 2 March 1900
Mrs. Kay's Musicals. PROGRAMME. Music... Orchestra Piano Trio .........j.T:.:..'.V......: Litzie Berryman. May Pense, Emms Champion Piano Duet. . . .Agnes Grimahaw, Maude Pierce Piano Solo "Moonlight on the Hudson," ...Crystal Snow Vocal Solo "Won't You Play House With __- Me"...... ..._.... ..Amelia Piccardo Piano 5010. ....;.......'.:'../ ..J.Bertha Las well Piano Duet Alma Devan Olive Gordon Violin 5010....'.... Bennie Spagnoll Piano Trio.. '..*.:.■... "^fSIZTJTi.i,.^ Florence Crocker, Amy Clark, Crystal Snow Dance....... Ha Ginocchio, Crystal Snow Piano Duet. ..Emma Piccardo, Amelia Piceardo Piano Solo "Godard Valse 2nd" May Pense Piano Trio 1....'. Emma Johns, Amy Clark, Eva Leak Piano Solo "Spring Whispers"... Arthur Diereo Piano buet .........Etta White, Mrs. Kay Vocal Solo "Forbidden Music".. . .Crystal Snow Piano Duet Ernest Spagnoll, Mrs. Kay Piano Solo "Narcissus" Lizzie Berryman Piano Tri0. .:...'.'.... .;...... ...... . .Mamie Hall, Crystal Snow, Frene Matson Piano Solo...
Buildings In Contemplation. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 2 March 1900
Buildings In Contemplation. David Mattley will build a new tenement house of six rooms just west of his old residence, this spring. Mrs. Paramino is talking of having s new house built on her lot which adjoins tho residence of Mr. Payne. Mr. Rose, the milk dealer, is preparing to build a four-room house. We are informed by one of our contractors that Judge R. C. Rust has the plans and specifications for an addition to his residence. . ; The ' present home will be moved back and the new part w'U be built in front.
Prompt Payment. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 2 March 1900
Prompt Payment. Tuesday of last week the Speer home was destroyed by fire, house and contents being insured by L. J. Fontenrose in the Scottish Union and National Company for $900. Just one week later, February 27th, the adjuster of the company, Tudor J. A. Tiedemann, arrived here and adjusted the loss, handing Mrs. Speer a check for $900. This ia business. Mrs. Speer will rebuild her home.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 2 March 1900
Programme - FOR St. Patrick's Day, March ljtli, ' Benefit of the Catholic Church LOVE'S HALL, JACKSON, When will be produced the sterling melodrama, in four acts, entitled " Queen's Evidence" Which had a phenomenal run of 400 nights at the Drury Lane Theatre, London, England. CAST OF CHARACTERS Gilbert Medland (boosing clerk) .Mr. Herman Williams Matthew Thornton (a coiner) Hon. J. L. Sargent Solomon Isaacs (a heye like a heagle) Mr. Ferd. Mnyer Walter Wynford (a magistrate) Mr. B. R. Breese Sir Frederick Sydney (a baronet) Mr. Ross Moon Joe (the lock-keeper) Mr. Patterson Kate Medland (wife of Gilbert) Miss Lola Parker Ada (niece of Sir Frederick) .'.Miss Hilda dough Laura Sydney (young and foolish) . . — Miss Lizzie Berryman Master Arthur (son of Kate and Gilbert)... Miss Celia Ladar Act I— The Aocusation. Act 2— The Rescue. Act 3— The Murder. Act 4— The Blind See. Special scenery is being prepared for this production, which will be unsurpassed by anything produced in Jackson. Res...
Mind and Body. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 2 March 1900
Mind and Body. Hoit Mental Snß-sestlons Mar Be ' . '- Made to Combat Diaeaae. ; If an individual has faith in a medicine or in a treatment, he will assuredly derive more benefit from the medicine or. treatment than if he were skeptical as. to its merits, says The Medical Record. There can be little doubt that the sympathetic physician is the one best calculated to lead his patient to recovery. Again, In many diseases the good that may be wrought to the sufferer by the agency of mental suggestion is undeniable. Professor J. M. Baldwin, 'referring to this fact In connection with insomnia, says: "In experimenting upon the possibility' of ' suggesting sleep to another , I have found certain strong reactive, influences upon my own mental condition. Such an effort which ' Involves the picturing of another as asleep is a strong auto-suggestion of sleep, taking effect in my own case In about five minutes if the conditions be kept constant. The more clearly the patient's sleep is pictured th...