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What H Bhiloh! [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 16 March 1900
What H Bhiloh! A grand old Remedy for Coughs,' Colds and Consumption; -'used 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, 25c. 50c and 11. For sale by A. Goldner the Druggist. ' ••'" ;• -
He Knew What To Do. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 16 March 1900
He Knew What To Do. Prince Hohenlohle is a strong advocate of Emperor William's scheme for a g reat ship canal : which will connect the interior - of Germany with the ocean. In discussing the subject with one of the agrarian nobles, who opposes the project, the latter said: Your excellency, you will find the opposition to be a rock in the path of your canal." The prince's eyes twinkled as he retorted, "We'll imitate the Prophet Moses, smite the rock, and then the water will flow."
America Ahead. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 16 March 1900
America Ahead. America sells nearly ; three times as much as she buys; Germany buys over two hundred and fifty millions of-dol-lars' worth more every year than she sells; while Great Britain last year actually bought twice as much as- she sold. — Argonaut. •I hod dyspepsia (or fears. No medicine was so effective as Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It gay immediate relief. Two bottles produced marvelous results," writes L. H. Warren, Albany, Wis. It digests what you eat and cannot (ail to cure. City Pharmacy. • ~i • "
TALK OF VICE-PRESIDENTS [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 16 March 1900
TALK OF VICE-PRESIDENTS Republicans and Democrats for Second Place. IRE REPUBLICANS NAME HOT EXCELLENT IEN Democrats Will Strive for the VicePresident's Chair and Discuss .' Probable Candidates. 'It te not beyond reasonahle expectations that both of the nominees for the second place on the great, party tickets may be representatives of. the same State— New York. . The accredited Administration spokesman, Senator Hanna, has expressly '■' favored, the claims ;of : New York ' : in a recent declaration and Democratic calculation would naturally oppose a Kepublican nominee ; from New ' York with a rival whose nomination would directly contest the Republican hold on -this great "pivotal" Stale through its particular share in the ticket. ' . It is known, however, that Admiral Schley is strongly favored ; for a place on the ticket by .influential Democrats,and bis prominence in the late war and alleged persecution by Administration prejudice are ; counted, upon ■to ; score heavily for the t...
Many ' a Lover [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 16 March 1900
Many ' a Lover Has turned with disgust trom an otherwise lovable girl with an offensive brir.it h. Karl's Clover Root . Tea purifies tho breath by its action on the bowels, etc., as nothing-else will. Sold for years on absolute guarantee. ; Price 25c and 50c. For sale by .A. Goldner,* the Druggist." ; : ;_/., '.."_; I ■.-.'.'. ■■_'*;??£.■»*"
AT CALIFORNIA'S UNIVERSITY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 16 March 1900
AT CALIFORNIA'S UNIVERSITY. That Great Institution Is Striving to lead All Others. University of California, March 7, 1900 — -Bernard Moses, Professor of History and Political Economy in the University of California, who has been appointed Philippine Commissioner by President McKinley, &gt; will remain in Washington until March 24th, and then return to California. He will sail from San Francisco, in company with the four other Commissioners, on April loth, to stay in the Philippines at least a year. Tho special subject of Professor Moses' historical researches has been the colonization and development of North and South America. He is generally regarded as - tho greatest living authority on Spanish-American institutions.. Ho talks Spanish fluently and has traveled in the Orient. . President Benjamin Ide Whoeler will report to the Promotion Committee of the Pacific Commercial Museum early next week the results of his visit to the Phijadelpbia Commercial Museum, during, the mo...
Ton Try It. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 16 March 1900
Ton Try It. If Shiloh's Cough and Consumption Cure, which is sold for the small price of 25c, 50c and tl, does not cure, take the bottle back and we will refund your money. Sold for over fifty tl !urs on this guarantee. Price, 25c and 50c. For sale by A. Goldner. the Druggist. , : • *
A Good Word* For Everybody. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 16 March 1900
A Good Word* For Everybody. An old Scotch woman was famous for speaking kindly. No sheep was so dark but she could discover a white spot to point out to those who could see only its blackness. One day a gossiping neighbor lost patience with her and said, angrily, "Wuinan; yo'll hae a gu word to say for the deevil himself!" Instantly camo the reply, "Weel, he's a vera industrious body."
Young Mothers. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 16 March 1900
Young Mothers. Croup is the terror of thousands of young mothers, because its outbreak is so agonizing and frequently fatal. Shiloh's Cuugh and Consumption Cure acts like magic in cases of Croup. It has never been known to fall. "The worst cases relieved immediately. Price, Ssc, 50c and tl. For sale by A. Goldner, the Druggist*
At The Front. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 16 March 1900
At The Front. He was a newspaper man. "Late war news kept me down town," he stammered, as he entered the house at 5:30 a. m. "Humph!" replied his wife. "Well, we'll make a little more war news right here for a late edition. " And the battle was on.— Philadelphia North American.
Organize Here. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 16 March 1900
Organize Here. In some places socials called "Blue Jay Clubs" are organized for the express purpose of hunting to the death, blue jays, sparrow hawks, and other enemies of the quail family, who devour the eggs (especially the blue jay) and thus materially diminish the quail crop. Hunters in other places band together for the protection of their favorite game, why not do so in Ainador county?
'■ PEOPLE; OF THE DAY [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 16 March 1900
'■ PEOPLE; OF THE DAY- v i The * dissatisfaction "of the ; English public-. with f the ' management . of the war In South ' Africa seems to indicate the early : downfall &gt;of . the ■ Salisbury ministry. ; The ■ leading Conservative papers are pronounced in their denunciation of the war department. Bal- four is the special object of attack, his confession that the government was not prepared for the war being the culminating cause of popular indignation. Announcement Is made that parliament will meet on Jan. 30, and it is freely predicted that it will at once begin an investigation of the war office and colonial office. It Is also prophesied that this Investigation will simply be the prelude to the overthrow of the Salisbury ministry. LORD SALISBURY.
General Fnrlonar'a Charity. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 16 March 1900
General Furlong's Charity. There goes General Charles B. Purlong. He is on his way to the cashier's desk at the Fifth Avenue hotel, where he has lived for the last 15 years. In his hand is a $10 and as $5 bill. He changes them for $1 bills. Then he goes out for a walk down Broadway to the Battery. - He keeps his eyes open. He has pity - for the weak, and his heart overflows for the poor. There are many such to be found in the streets of this great city. The general stops when he meets with such a case. He cannot be deceived by any plausible "fakir." His experience has given him a ' valuable knowledge. To each deserving person he gives asl bill. He is wealthy, and It is a pleasure for him to do this. . General " Furlong was on General Grant's staff. "I take long walks every day," said the general yesterday, "and they have made me as solid as a rock.- I have taken these walks for 15 years, and I love walking better than eating. . I never smoked, chewed or drank liquor In my life. I *—...
Indiana Boys. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 16 March 1900
Indiana Boys. Three young Hooslers who have come into , prominence of late are Booth Tarkington, author of "The Gentleman From Indiana;" George Ade, author of "Artie," "Doc Home" and "Fables In Slang," and ' John T. McCutcheon, the artist and war correspondent, who has done rvork lv the Pliilliipiuea. All three attended Purdue university at Lafayette and were members of the same college fraternity. Tarkington and McCutcheon are still under 30. Ade Is a loyal Hoosier. He finds it to his advantage! to live in Chicago, but he is ever ready to glorify his native state. "Indiana Is all right," he says. "I'll never go back on or to it"
The Effect of a Degree*. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 16 March 1900
The Effect of a Degree*. Miss Beatrice Harraden, who first achieved fame as the author of "Ships That Pass In the Night," and who has recently taken up the cudgels to defend England against the attacks made by Olive Schrelner on its South African policy, was made a B. A. by. Bedford college. At a recent college jubilee she amused her old fellow students by her description of the magical effect which the letters B. A. after her name had upon the various editors and publishers to whom she sent her stories. One of these ogres upon whom, she called, upon looking at her card, actually bent so far as to say: "Madam, I see you are a B. A. of London university. Pray take a seat." Even her dear old friend, the late Mrs. Lynn Llnton, In spite of her well known views about women's education and the girl of the period, was taken by the degree and to the end of her life would never call her young comrade anything but "B. A." BEATRICE HARRADEN, B. A.
Hardy's Helpful Wife. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 16 March 1900
Hardy's Helpful Wife. Thomas Hardy, author of "Tess of the d'TJrbervilles," has found In his wife a literary "helpmeet" n I most as gifted as himself. Many of his earlier novels she recopled and dispatched to the publishers, and there Is no novel which does not bear some trace of her literary Judgment Mrs. Hardy keeps constantly in touch with the literature of the day, and her husband vows that she Is an encyclopedia In petticoats. She is also a clever artist and has painted many pictures In Illustration of her husband's novels.
Curing a Pernicious Habit. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 16 March 1900
Curing a Pernicious Habit. The plan of arresting people who throw banana skins on the sidewalks and of fining them or sending them to the bridewell Is all right as far as It goes, but it does not seem as If the right punishment had been provided. Any one guilty of that offense ought to be sent either to the Detention Hospital For the Insane or to the Home For the Feeble Minded.— Chicago Post
Engllih Aatronomy. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 16 March 1900
Engllih Aatronomy. Much more Interest is taken In practical astronomy In England than In America. Astronomical classes are encouraged by the use of the telescope^ like that one on the East Heath, London, which Is a reflecting telescope of a 10% Inch mirror. The lectures are Instructive.
The Barber Shop Boas. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 16 March 1900
The Barber Shop Boas. "You're next, sir," said the boss barber,'. Indicating: a' fat man who 'was buried behind a newspaper.;. "l'll wait for awhfle," replied the fat man; ; "I'm in no hurry." As another man climbed Into the vacant chair the fat man leaned over to another customer .who .was waiting, bis turn and confided that he was In a hurry, a deuced hurry, but he would rather lose ' his * turn ; than .be Bhaved by. the proprietor of the shop. 7 : ; "It Isn't that I have any grievance ■gainst :. this 'particular i barber,", he went on. "but I shun all boss barbers as I would a plague. : In the first place, Le patronizes - you, and, in the second place, he Is Invariably the, worst bar; ber , the shop. '-;' Then, . too, It , takes him about twice as long.' He will lather, one side of, your face and then go over to the desk to make "change for a customer who Is going out.' for be is generally his own cashier.* He considers It his 'duty, to exchange airy persiflage with each .custome...