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Slonne Quits V» For Good. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
Slonne Quits V» For Good. . "I am going back to England the Ist of March," said Tod Sloane, the jockey, recently. "I have interests there besides racing. I am interested In the Shaftesbury theater of London, and De Wolf Hopper is with me In the enterprise. He has made a hit with the English, and we expect a big run when he starts In business. That will be only on the side with me, however. I cannot expect to ride . always, and I want something to turn my attention to when I quit the turf. I think a good boy from this country can show them the road for a long time to come."
Champion Harrlman Going Abroad. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
Champion Harrlman Going Abroad. Golf championships In Great Britain are held earlier than In this country. The dates for the amateur meeting have been fixed for the week of May 17, at Sandwich, and the women's championship will be held the following week at Westward Ho. The open event will be played later In the season at St. Andrews, n. M. Harrlman Intends to make a European tour in the spring, and if so he will visit the famous golf courses and try his skill against some of the old country cracks.
Cycllat Rosa 'Will Be Popular. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
Cycllat Rosa 'Will Be Popular. Arthor W. Rosa, the Irvington-Mill-burn hero of last yekr, who sails for Europe shortly to follow the middle distance racing game, will be very popalar abroad. Europe gave Jimmy Michael to America In 189 C, and Europe regretted the gift always. .. Michael was popular all over Europe. He was such aJlttle fellow that the ladles took to him and petted him and made much p,f him. Since Michael left for America,. all of Europe has beeu hunting for a successor.
The Legend of a Dell. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
The Legend of a Dell. The largest hanging bell in the world 1b In a Buddhist monastery near Canton. It Is 13 feet high and 45 feet In circumference and Is of solid bronze. Canton has a pretty little fable connected with it The story Is told by Mrs. J. P. Newman in one of her sketches of travel. The life of the founder of the greatest bell of China had been threatened by the emperor because of his unsuccessful attempts to make a bell having perfect purity of tone. The bell founder's beautiful daughter, witnessing her father's agony while Imploring the emperor for one -more trial, consulted the gods as to the reason for failure. Being told that should the blood of a fair maiden mingle with the bell metal the result would be secured, she, waiting beside her father until able to see her face in the molten ore, plunged in nnd was destroyed. To the sacrifice of this maiden the Chinese attribute the beauty and sweetness of the tone of the great bell of Ta-Cung-ta.— New York Tiroes."
A Penalty For Being; Polite. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
A Penalty For Being; Polite. It is more difficult to be polite In the city ;of Hamburg than in any. other place in Europe. There the most chivalrous man has to think twice before giving up his seat in a car to a lady, as he may be turned off the car for politeness, j It seems that the Hamburg trolley cars will seat, according to size, 20 or 28 persons, 10 to 14 on each side. Iv addition four perpons are allowed on the front and five persona on the back platform. .When the car is full, the conductor hangs out a sign, "Beietzt." which means "occupied." and la absolutely forbidden to take on another passenger until some one gets off the par. Sometimes, while the conductor Is in front collecting fares, a lady will step on the car which is already "occupied." As there Is no conductor on hand to prevent her, the lady steps Inside, and the gentleman who may offer her s seat comes out and takes his stand on the platform. When the conductor after going his rounds returns to his post, he prom...
Salt and Horse Radian. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
Salt and Horse Radian. Some people care . for nothing but lemon on raw oysters, but there are others who desire horse radish. Usually such folk regard the strongest horse radish as the best, but an experienced vender of the condiment ' poobpooba this point of view. .;.... "Why should the strong horse radish be considered good?" says he. "It brings tears to your eyes and lifts the top of your head off and makes you want to sneeze. It has no taste whatever. The wild horse radish, that which has stood awhile. Is the best and pleasantest always. "There Is nothing so foolisb as to think that the strong, biting kind Is the fresh— tljat Is the reason why it Is preferrc- 1 to the mild sort— for the very stalest. -i :ikest horse radish can be made in •_'&lt;) minutes strong enough to blow your head off. All you need to do Is to add salt to It Try this some time. Just take any old horse radish, dump In a spoonful of. salt and then notice the "difference. I 'don't know why salt should ...
Turned It to Account. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
Turned It to Account. A Derbyshire man. accompanied by bis wife, happened to be traveling In a train when, near Stafford, a collision occurred, lie was well known for his shrewdness In business, and he proved that In the collision his wife received a contusion between the eyes, for which a Jury awarded £50 damages. Some time after the affair bnd blown over the following confession, or something to the like effect was elicited from tin* plaintiff In a moment of unguarded conviviality: "Well, yon see, when the collision happened t' owld woman and I wur nil reet, but when I looked out o" t' car ridge I seed a lot of fellies In a terrible state. One 'sings out: 'By. lad! Ise getten me head cut open. I*ll hn' twenty peounds for this.' "Twenty peounds. ye silly fule?' cries another. 'Ise gotten me shoulder out. and I'll ha' forty peounds for 'f Wuen I heard this," continued the clever business man. "I jumpt at t'. owld woman straight out and druv my 'end betw'en her eyes, and we'se gotten...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
MISCKLLANEOaS. Do You Cough? " I gness I nsed to be like everybody else. When I cauglitcold, I just let it alone, thinking it would coughing W~|a|§|&amp; rc§fl!p\ each cold was worse than the one before. My throat seemed to get weaker, and the least change in the weather started the coughing nprain. The last cold was the most severe ol nil. I was really frightened. Cough drops and home treatment did no good. A friend told me about Acker's English Remedy. I got a bottle, and you never saw the like of the way it acted. Before the bottle was gone I was well. My throat felt as strong and well as could be. Since then I have had no more trouble. I think Acker's English Remedy so strengthens the delicate lining of the throat that it easily resists the changes in temperature.anditbuildsuptheconstitutionaswell." (Signed) Cabbie Schwab, 251 Gold St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Sold at 25c., 50c. and $1 a bottle, throughout the United States and Canada ; and in Eng. land, at Is. 2d.. 2s. 3d., 4s....
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. ON PEAT; BUGGIES M§GIES^ \ ».:..,: SOLD AT -.:-* SAMPLES ON EXHIBITION Exclusive Agency for the Deal Buggies ' Whjch Are the Best W. E. KENT "♦- '■ BBOADWAT, JACKBO* »♦♦♦♦ *♦♦♦♦♦*♦»♦*♦♦ ® - go J The Aleehan Property will be 5 subdivided Into building lots and 2 sold for CASH OR INSTALLMENTS. J Will be laid out In blocks, with 2 50-foot streets and 25-foot alley2 ways. Each lot can be reached J at front or rear by wagon. One 2 main street from Volcano road 2 west of . Calvin's house; one east 2 cf Median's house; and one west 2 of Keeney's property, to reach the 2 property, W .;. . ■. i;':V •■•?••••••'«••••••••••••••••••• For further particulars apply to NEIL A. MACQUARRIE Spagnoli Building, Summit Street 111 GINOCCHIO &amp; BROTHER I • Wholesale and Retail Dealers In • Beneral Merchandise • • • . » •3 Water Street, Foot of Broadway, Jackson • •aV\T E TAKE PLEASURE IN INFORMING OUR PA- 2 |J T T trons and the PUbllo ennoriilly that, we h;ivo on ha...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
I ■'-&gt;-- MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. AicCalPs fWic\gazino , — ( THE QUEEN OF FASHION ) Will contain TWENTY-TWO FULL-PAGE BEAUTIFUL COLORED PLATES-more than iooo exquisite, artistic and strictly up-to-date FASHION designs— a large number of ; short stories and handsome illustrations — fancy work, hints on dressmaking and suggesWith Amador Ledger /*-— Only $2.75 a Year Aud earh subscriber receives a FREE PATTERN of her own selection — a pattern sold by most houses at 25 cents or 30 cents. SEASON OF 1899-1900 __ _ _ -s^- 2 [hV S ° a F'* 1101 ! 00 s:oopm....Tues and Fri Ol [AIQCT # :Lv Fresno.....'. 10:43pm. ...Tues and Fri i^ I I 111 *■ I 1 "• Ar LosAnBCles 7:45am....Wed and Sat V^ LY\J Lmd I • Lv Los Angeles B:oo am.. ..Wed and Sat U_ _— _ •Ar El Paso 7:l3am....ThursandSun HH IT^ L^ |\ 2 LvElPaso o:Ssam....ThursandSun 111 11 I I I 2Ar NcwOrleans -- ?:15pm....Fri and Mon •111 1 I mmJLmJ 0 Ar Washington B:43am Sun and Wed • ••••••••••••e*««A«««S Ar New York • 18:«pm....Sun ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
S INHERE is a certain stylish ef- % '■ •B I feet about garments made 3&gt; . «t from these Celebrated Pat- : &gt; ' «g terns that Is not attained by the Sj «S nse of any other patterns. ; • . «% BAZAR* JpaiCTja fiWIERHSW I(No-Seam&gt;Allowance Patterns.) £ : Have not an equal for style and perfect S fit. Easy to understand. Only io and 15 3« cts. each — none higher. Sold in nearly 3j every city and town, or by mail. Ask for 55 them. Get a Fashion Sheet and see our £ designs. Absolutely the very latest styles. S ' A FREE PATTERN 1 of her own selection will be (riven 3every subscriber to S MS CALL'S^ MAGAZIHEW -5 One that every lady should take recV" 5E -5 larty. Beautiful colored plates ; latest £ Sg fashions ; dressttUkin^ economies ; fancy 32 4 work ; household hints ; fiction, etc Sub- S* , * 5 scribe to-day, or. send sc. for latest copy." Sj ' ■ 2 Lady agents wanted. Send for terms, f I THE McCALL CO., | % 138-148 We«t 14th St., New York, g L. (JETTING EH ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
" ~ LEGAL NOTICES. ' £§! Assessment. Notice. JB&amp; ■ — " ■■ ' » * $ j" ■?*? Amelia Gold M^ing Company.— LocatlonH principal place of business, San Franci«| : ' SSST&amp;UfW" ° f WOrks ' Am « -VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT B AX a meeting of the Hoard of Directors, lS on the ninth day of February, 19K) an ass«B ment (No. -1) of Two and One-half Cents ■&amp;] share was levied upon the capital stock of B corporation, payable immediately in Unaß States gold coin, to the Secretary, at the otQ of the company. No. S» Sansoma street Rod 4, San Francisco, California. . : ■ • Any stock upon which this assessment sIBB £ mam - " n P ald on th « tifteenth day of MatH Won, will be delinquent and advertised for sH at public auction; and, unless payment ß made before, will be sold on THURSDAY I sth day of April, mm. to pay the delinquent R sessment, together with costs of advertlsH? and expenses of sale. " tig By order of the Board of Directors Kg r&gt;m xt }' SCHUMA...
CALAVERAS .COUNTY [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 16 March 1900
CALAVERAS .COUNTY- Prospect, San Andreas, March 10, 1000. Michael Owens, who has long resided near Milton, has had a varied and romantic life, but an incident that happened to him this week as related by the Stockton- Independent,, was probably as interesting as any single happening of his 'whole 'life. ;' Forty-four years. ago he left his home in Illinois for Australia; and from that time up to a few months ago no, single link bound him to old associations. He had long been given .up for dead by his friends and relatives, and .he had evidently taken no ' pains to learn any news of them. ■.:_ After various wanderings he found himself located at his present home, and as the years crept upon him there , came a desire to . know the fate of his relatives, apparently ko long forgotten. He accordingly wrote to the Sheriff of Cook, county, Illinois,* asking for information regarding his brother. He received a reply that his brother was dead, but that a son survived him, of whom he gave tho...
TUOUUMNE COUNTY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 16 March 1900
TUOUUMNE COUNTY. Independent, Sonora, March in, lirno. The blood-thirsty fiend who so viciously slashed Joe BerliV throat with a razor, Wednesday, morning. of last "'•week, at Cherokee, wa^ captured "the following Sunday evening and that n'ght lodged in the Sonora jail. •, Ever since - receiving notice of the I murderous assault. Slim-ill' Prico has worked indefatigahly on the case, following dew after clew,, and resolved to nail the fugitive at all hazards. He had men posted at intervals along every road in; the county, armed with accurate description of the would-be assassin. A little time was all that was necessary, and the hunted man showed up exactly according to the Sheriff's calculations.", - . " At 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon, Sheriff Price received a telephone raesI sage from T.; H. (May of Sugar Pine , stating that bis man had passed down the road. The officer at once answered to come on to Sonora, ' via Yankee Hill, and if he camo up with the Italian to keep him in sight. ...
EL DORADO COUNTY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 16 March 1900
EL DORADO COUNTY. Republican. Placvrville, March 8, 1900. While Martin Van Wicklin was herding sheep alone on his own place near Clarksville last Saturday, he was; shot through the lolt arm between the elbow and shoulder by some assailant ■A'iio was concealed near by. &lt; The shot was apparently from a Winchester rifle. The bullet, broke, tho bone '; in 1 Van Wicklin 's -arm and made a bad wound. He. nearly bled to death before he could n'-ach assistance nearly a mile distant. When be was shot Van Wicklin cried "My God! Why do you shoof.meV'.' He caught a glimpse of a man sneaking away: at a distance of perhaps ! fifty yards.' People in that vicinity suspect r half-brood Indian nainod John Craig .of.'haviug attempted the murder of Van Wiuklin. Craig has been in the penitentiary, and is a reckless and danjreious fellow, it w claimed, when he is drinking. Recently tit- has been on tt dpree during which he amused himself by tiring a rifle promi.-cuou.sly. shootigjr tho lock- o...
Tour Face [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 16 March 1900
Tour Face Shows the state of your feelings and the state of your health as well. Impure blood makes itself apparent in a pale and sallow complexion, pimples and skin eruptions. If you are feulfcg weak and worn out and do not haVe a health appearance you should try Aker's Blood Elixir.' It cures all blood diseases where cheap sarsaparillas and so-called blood purifiers fail; knowing this we sell every bottle on a positive guarantee. Sold by A. Goldner.
Cars Painted in Ten. Minutes. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 16 March 1900
Cars Painted in Ten. Minutes. A number of American railways now paint all their cars by machinery, and the apparatus used is very curious and interesting. The paint is first mixed to about the consistency of cream and then poured into a small steel tank connected with a' reservoir containing compressed-air." When the valve is .opened the* stuff is forced up into a flexible tube about as big- around as a man's thumb, and comes "out of a brass nozzle in the form of a fan spray, thin as a knife blade. All the operator has to do is to wave the' nozzle to and fro, using it exactly' like a brush.- -The spray at the top is not more than an inch broad, so if he wants a narrow stroke he has merely to bring it near, and. vice versa for a wide one. It is claimed that the apparatus deposits a paint film of exactly the same thickness throughout, which is, of course, impossible to do ! with | a brush, and that its work is consequently more durable and a . better protection from the weather. Be th...