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MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS.
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','. TTjr I; of any of the clothes made ;; TUP \\
: ln.L< < ; at our shop. The cuttiug ; ; I [£< o
K I ', is done by an experienced ] | |;*
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' OTTIT !! tons and thread and give ;; T7TT i!
]! uUll '■ personal supervision to all ;; ~*rj| j|
! I ', ', work. Our stock of suit- ] ', ; r v \\
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: : llf I T T !! is about the nobbiest ever i IlfTT T II
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! VATI '' shod work, for we are here \\ VATT !!
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MAX LADAR, THE TAILOR
MAIN STREET. JACKSON. CAL.
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5f 2 The Meehan Property will be
X * subdivided into building lots and
** J sold for CASH OR INSTALLMENTS.
+»»»»»»»^»»»»»«»» • Will be laid out in blocks, with
__ -^ ; * 50-foot streets and 25-foot alley-
| £ I §\ • ways. Each lot can be reached
% I* I 1 L^ © • at front or rear by wagon. One
M %• |l S main street from Volcano road
»<♦»»»»»»>>♦»»»»»» * west of Calvin's house; one east
0 2 of Median's house; .and one west
0 '■ • of Keeney's property, to reach the
© 5 property . . .....'.
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SIB V B—^ For further particulars apply to
ALL NEIL A. MACOUARRIE
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PLYMOUTH-JACKSON a. liebhardt
DAILY STAGE LINE UPHOLSTERER AND CflRPETLBYER
Leaves Plymouth 6:30 a. m. Water Street, Jackson
Leaves Jackson 2 :30 p. m "PARLOR SUITS LOUNGES AND MAT-
JOHN STEINER, - Proprietor -*• trt>sscs made to order and repaired. Car-
JOHN STEINER, - Proprietor pets taken up and relaid.
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: up-to-date :
I Stationery and Novelties j
i . right •
: AT prices :
| FREEMAN'S VARIETY STORE j
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1 E. ■ GINOCCHIO - & BROTHER j
• Wholesale ami Retail Uealers in •
General Merchandise « • . . »
• Water Street, Font of Broadway, Jackson • — -\ ; v:
WE TAKE -PLEASURE IN INFORMING OUR PA- 1
S YV trons and the public generally that we have on hand a Z
2 very choice selected stock of DRY GOODS of all kinds, GRO- 2
1 CERIES AND PROVISIONS, CLOTHING. BOOTS AND \
„ J - SHOES. We particularly direct the .attention of the public Z
Z to the fact that we keep on hand the largest assortment of 2
2 IRON AND STEEL to be lound in Amador county. Also a !
T superior assortment of all kinds of HARDWARE, such as J
r Carriage Holts. Screws, Nuts. Nails, and, in fact, everything !
J the market demands. We are sole agents for the celebrated i
2 HURCULES POWDER, of which which we shall constantly J
2 Jicep on hand a large supply. Z
INSIST lisffibk Jordan's AaAI a
HAYING |f|| < tiK Wi*
THE t||| I 11 :
TADni \T Krai Jr$mW rDFI sale by W\\
« , i „ E&&&8SgBrUJ OKDAN MANUFACTURER , \\ «
•^i/^it^^VV ' MO J ENGLAND Xl^fJEj utSjl
DON'T BE A CLAM_— d^
And take sonic other kind because a little.
cheaper." Best is always cheapest in the end, and the Jordan " AaAI " Cutlery
is "It." For sale by the loading dealers everywhere.
~ THE NEW T
NATIONAL HOTEL
fejifet— -^ Foot of Main Street '. '
JACKSON, CAL.
o o o o- o o HRST-RI.HSS ACCOMMODATIONS FOR TRAVELERS AT REASONABLE PRICES
k Sample Room for Commercial Travelers
~~~" V Rootss Newly Furnished Throughout A
I Table Supplied With the Best in the Market *I*.jv>."
I BAR Supplied With the Finest Brands of T
X \V, Wines Liquors and Cigar*
:F\ -A- VOOKKEEIS, Proprietor,
THE AMADOR LEDGER; JACKSON. CALIFORNIA. FRIDAY. JANUARY 5. 1900.
IN REGARD TO TIDE LANDS
Decision Which Affects the
Mines at Cape Nome.
LUHSTBEBIR»« POSITION THEY HOW HOLD
Can Work the Claims Only So long
as They Are in Actual Oc
cupation Thereof.
A question of much local importance
has just been decided by Commissioner
Hermann of the General Land Office,
regarding placer mining on the beach
of the Behring Sea off the coast of
Alaska at and near Cape Nome, the
new goldfield. The decision a.iocts
mining and locations embracing tide
lands below the lino of ordinary high
tide. Numerous applications are
pending before the Interior Deparmont
as to locations on such lands, which
have been demonstrated to contain
gold. Individuals or associations of
persons, and incorporated mining com
panies are seeking concessions from the
Government, by which they may ac
quire exclusive mining rights and priv
ileges pertaining to such tide lands.
The commissioner decides that tide
lands in tho District of Alaska are not
public lauds subject to disposal to in
dividuals under any of tho existing
land laws of tho United States, and that
the department has no statutory author
ity to make concessions to individuals of
any mining rights portaining to such
tide lands.
A citation is made by tho Commis
sioner to the case of Shiveley vs.
Bowl by, decided by the United States
Supreme Court, in which it was held
that the United States on acquiring a
territory, whether by cession from one
of the States, or by treaty with a for
eign country, or by discovery and set
tlement, takes the title and the do
minion of lands below high-water mark
of tide-waters for the future States to
be created out of the territory, and it
was further held that Congress has not
undertaken, by general laws, to dis
pose of lands below high-water mark of
tide-waters in a territory, but unless in
case of some international duty of pub
lic exigoncy, has left the administration
and disposition of tho sovorign rights
in such waters and lands to the con
trol of the States, respectively, when
admitted into the Union.
This decision leaves the beach miners
at Nome and vicinity in the same posi
tion thoy now hold. They can work
the claims only so long as they are in
actual occupation. So far there has
been a general agreement among the
miners which seems to have worked
very well; especially as the gold-bear
ing sands are of small depth and it does
not take long to work out a claim. It
is easy to see, however, that dissen
sions and serious trouble might ariso
over the possession of a claim.
The decision will also prevent tho
holding of any large section of the
beach by a company, and will very
probably prevent the use of machinery
for working on a largo scale, since
there will be hesitation about spending
large sums for machinery when tho
possession of a large territory is doubt
ful. It will probably leave tho beach
mines open to individual prospectors
and miners, as now.
Of course an appeal may bo taken
from the Commissioner's decisions,
but it seems to be founded on law, and
will probably stand unless Congress
should take some special action in the
matter. — Engineering and Mining
Journal.
SICK HEADDACHES
The curse of overworked womankind, are
quiclily and surely cured by Karl's Clover Root
Tea. the gro»1 liloud-piiritiur and tissue-builder.
Money refunded if not satisfactory. Price, S5c
and 50c. For sale by A. Goldner, the Druggist. *
Development of Telephone Temper.
"Hollo: Is that Calliper & Co.?"
"Yes."
"Is Mr. Calliper in?"
"No."
"Will he be in soon?"
"I can't tell when he'll be in. "
"Please say to him" —
"He's out of town."
"Why didn't you say so?"
"You didn't g-ive mo a chance. He's
in New York."
"Ah! So sorry to have troubled
you!"
"Not at all."
"I say I am! Don't you suppose I
know, confound you, whether I'm
sorry or not?"— Buffalo News.
Size doesn't indicate quality. Beware of
counterfeits and worthless salve offered for Lie
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. L)e Witt's is the
only original. An infallible cure for piles and
all sliiu diseases. City Pharmacy. »
LITIGATION
Litigation —
To the lawyers brings elation,
To the clients consternation,
To the counsel animation,
To the "devil" reputation.
To the usher agitation.
To the jury aggravation,
To the witness indignation,
To the judge consideration,
To the reporters expectation,
To the loser lamentation, -
• . To the winner exultation,
To the public information. — London
Punch,
Lewis Dennis, .Salem. Ind., says: "KoUol
UjsptpsiaCure did ma more {jqoil than any
thing I ever took." It ilij/isij. \»hat you eat
cannot help but cure dyspopsia and stomach
troubles. City Pharmacy. •
VERY POLITE
Head waiter — Shall I send a waiter
to wait ou y<)u, sir?
Guest (wh,o h»s ljpon waiting in
vain for thirty minutes)— I ai« ppm
pelled to i-Kiuest thjs extretne privilego
oven thouglj I kn/>w it disturbs y.gur
system.
The modern and most effective cure for con
sumption and all liver troubles — the famous
little pills known as DeWitt'a Little Early
Ifisers. City Pharmacy. ♦
POST WANTS IT MORE EXPLICIT
Several scientific papers in New York
are at present engaged in an animated
discussion as to what portion of the
human anatomy nature intended should
be subjected to spanking. The con
troversy loses nearly all interest from
the fact that it is eminently scientific
in the language employed.
TWO ON THE TOURIST.
Tourist— Is there an echo here?
Guido— You just call out "Two pots
of boor."
Tourist (doos so)— I don't hear any
thing-.
Guide (pointing to a waiter who ap
pears on tho scene)— No, but here comes
the beer.
THE ONLY "PEBBLE"
Tourist— What's the name of that
noblo mountain?
Native— Dunno as it's got any; we
call it "the mountain."
Tourist — No name for that grand
eminence?
Native— Wot's the use of it's havin'
a name? It's the only mountain here.
SOMETHING WORTH KNOWING.
Book Agent— If you'll buy this book,
sir, I'll guarantees that you'll learn one
thing that will savo you lots of money.
.Man of the House— I'll take it.
What will it teach me?
"Never to buy another book from a
book agent. "—Harlem Life.
WHERE WOMAN IS LACKING
He — Man has a [>orfeet organ of
speech.
She— Wull, so has woman.
Ho— Oh, no, she hasn't. Her's is
made without stops.
NONE NEED FEAR
The Ucutal chair. Electricity renders the most
sensitive teeth dead to all pain. Dr. W. F.
Urcen. Webb building. *
MISCELLANEOUS. '
Asthma's Clutch
The sufferer from Asthma is constantly
wheezing, gasping, hacking and clearing
the throat. When a storm approaches,
when there is a cloud of dust, when
v a room is being swept,
"-. A. or when there is a bad
>. fib"~Y odor, breathing be-
«<• s S'-^""idi comes most difficult.
• s>^ R * jTy Often it seems as
■ l y\ though someone was
"~: \ trouble some-
times lasts only a few minutes and again
hangs on for many days. There is only one
safe thing to do, and that is take Acker's
English Remedy for Throat and Lung Trou-
bles. Just what this medicine accomplishes
is shown by the following letter from Mr. N.
H. Andrews, a prominent resident of Spring-
field, Ohio, who writes :— .
" W. II. Hooker <£• Co., New York :
"Gentlemen. affords me a great pleasure
to assure you that I have received both im-
mediate and permanent relief from throat,
bronchial and asthmatic troubles by using
Acker's English Remedy, taken strictly ac-
cording to directions. It is a blessing to
humanity."
Bold at 28c., 60c. and 81 a buiiie, throughout the United
States and Canada ; and In England, at 18. M. . 2a. 3d.,
is. M. If you are not satisfied after buying, return the
bottle to your druggist and get your money back.
We authorize the above guarantee. .":'■■'..
W. U. HOOKER & CO., Proprietors, Sew lint.
Sold by Alfred Goldner
Wo live but once —
Why not live well and onjoy life?
HALL. LUHRS & CO|
Wholesale Grocers and
, Provision Dealers
Sacramento, Cal.
A $4.00 BOOK FOR 75cts.
The Fanners' Encyclopedia.
j- ,^s^3 Every thine per-
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iy"' . .^^SSSyIrI household and
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MU|^X B!if^li^tt5^nn ]l the fann. grasses,
13. !</■*.: 53HlHSn3W!llT II fnlit culture, dalry-
BrSSWMIWMOWlnimill ing.cookery.health,
HBWmI KI^SmISB II cattle - sheep.swine,
J I Sfiffi II poultry, Ijeei, the
HRjHr ' 91 d .°K. toilet, social
Sfiowa RnVI life ' etc ■• etc - One
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'^98 1 r "&8p^^^ preen cloth bind-
ing and equal to
other books costing
{4.00. you desire this book send us our special
offer price, $0.75, and 10.20 extra for postage and
we will forward the book to you. If it is not satis-
factory return it and we will exchange it or refund
your money. Send for our special illustrated cata-
logue, quoting the lowest prices on books, FREE.
We can save you money. Address all orders to
THE WERNER COMPANY. •
fnblMun tail Miiuf»ctunri. Akron, Ohio,
[The W.rocj O.inpiny is thoroughly leliaMe. J— tJitoi. ' '
J. H. LANGHORST
Main Street, Jackson
Dealer in^—
«RlGliN HTQI& CLOCKS JEWELRY^
AND SlLVEBVVAWt
K6~ All goods warranted as represented
Repairing of watches, Clocks and Jewelry a
specialty. *
WORDS
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SIMPLE
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WORDS
Not so many of them, but just words enough to tell you how you can
extend your business in Amador county in the manner most satisfac-
tory and cheapest to yourself. The way to do it is to
Advertise
Advertise Now
Advertise Judiciously
Advertise Extensively
Advertise All the Time
Advertise in the Amador Ledger
Because it reaches more of the people and has more readers than any
newspaper circulating in the county, and it, therefore, gives
SATISFACTORY
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AMADOR LEDGERS— &.
■i Jackson, Cal.
4 1 1 LEGAL/ NOTICES. M
Notice of Sale of Real Estate!
at Private Sale. 1
UNDER AUTHORITY OF AN ORDER Offl
sale grunted by the Superior Court of tb<IH
County of Amador, State of California dateoS!
December 16, 1898, 1 will sell at private sale th(9
following described real estate: nfl!
IWucbl I.— All the right, title and interestB
of the estate of li. F. Richtmycr, deceased of!Mt
in and to lot No. 15, in block No. 4, as said'lotMi
and block are platted on the official plat of tbeH
town site of Jackson, County of Amador StateH
of California, on tile in the office of the CouhtvH
Recorder of said Amador County, together
with the improvements thereon. k*"«ji™
Parcel II.— the right, title and interestH
of the estate of IS. F. Richtmyer, deceased of I
in and to an undivided tbree-iifths interest in|
the Chili Jim quartz mine, being lot No. 76 I
township 7 north, range 10 east, M. D B. and I
M., in theDrytown mining di trict, County of ■
Amador, State of California. &
Paiu:ei, III.— AH the right, title and interest ■
pf the estate of U. F. Richtmyer. deceased, of I
in and to an undivided one-tenth of 5UlS-ST912thsH
of the Gover quartz mine, designated by the ■
Purveyor General as lot No.«,in the Dry town ■
Ca°iforn?a ' County of Amador, State of ■
•¥i T h .S<? Th", l: ' cm; ' on or aftor December ■
of 1S80. and bids will bo received at the office ■
of John F. Davis, Summit street, Jackson ■
Amador county, California. I
_ ™ of , sal ,°' for cash, gold coin of the 9
United States, 10 per cent of the bid payable S
at the time of sale, and the balance upon con I
Hrmation by the Superior Court of said County I
of Amador. * E
Dated December •'!, 1S1H). .atBSl^ffl {1
AJ . . CELINA RICHTMYER, ■ • I
Administratrix of the estate of B F Rieht- ■
myer. Deceased. ™* H I
John P. Davis. Attorney for Administratrix. I
Assessment Notice. I
Jackson Gold Mining and Milling Company.—
Location of principal place of. business,
• Jackson. California.— Location of Works,
• Jackson Mining District. Amador County:
"^OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AT
X^l a meeting of the Board of Directors, held
on the 5th day of December, 1809. an assessment
(No. 3) of one-thirtieth of one cent per share
was levied upon the capital stock of the cor
poration, payable immediately in United State;
gold coin, to the secretary, at the office of the
company. Ledgeu office, Jackson, California
Any stock upon which the assessment shall
remain unpaid on the 6th day of January 1900
will be delinquent, and advertised for sale at I
public auction and unless payment is made be- I
fore, will be sold on Saturday, the -"7th day of . I
January, 1900, at 1 p. in. to pay the delinquent I
assessment, together with costs of advertising I
and expenses of sale. 1
By order of the Board of Directors. 1
WILL A. NEWCUM, Secretary. I
Office: Weil & Renno Building, Jackson Cal I
December 5, 1HJ9. • 13-8-W-31 ;
MISCELLANEOUS, iif'
©visit OR. JORDAN'S »»«t
juMuseum of Anatomy
I W^1051 1SASEET ST. tot. fith * 7th, S. T. ClL
| AU The Lir^MfiwiinJinttie World.
I«M| We are coininii:'.:ir a.l.lmir new *|»c!meiii.
l« vw UC»mean-! l*:mi Ik-w wvu it-ilnllT von »r«msi1e
mil Man.1 how lo *™ ili ei«"tKOW ,-mi.i ,tivaM\ U you -*'
\1 ■ suffer from hit of ill- 1 1.4 ,,r mm. come to the
■ Qoldeat BfedalM uu th« riciflc Cout, ... *
DR. JOBO » >' !•!!! V.tTK DIKKASE!*
Con<uluHionfr--c an<l «t' |^r: -an- Tnaiufn! person-
alij or by lettrr. STIIlli hlv erallcaud
from the iysti-ni without tultic Mcrmry. -«»~*-m»v £
E¥E»T m.»Ti nppiiimc to u» win rewire air
hontlt opinion of bis comiilnim. - • ■ - >. j .
W» irKl auarnnt.* . : ri:::TTVr Cl'ttE in erfrticut
wa undertake, or1n,t.,t On Tli.nsit«d I>nllnrM.
Write for Book— l*bll<»*M>i>h.T oMtniTiaff,
Htnin nn f A TkluKliI,- hnr.k Tor tnftl. I I
DR. JOKDAK .* CW..WI Market 8C, 8. F.
TO THE UNFORTUNATE
PVl3bWJ(£^3J£&\ themost successful spe-
Diseases.such as i;Uon-
fc^SlMKErailiKiSvliii orrt >ea-Gleet, Stricture,
Syphilis in all its forms
HBh S1 ' in Diseases, Nervous
|2?Sigiiiisi|l\§N Seminal' VVeakness,and
' 1^^^^^^^ —^™ 8SKtj Loss of Manhood, the
consequence of self abuse and excess produc- I
ing the following symptoms: Sallow counte-
nance, dark spots under the eyes, pain in the
head, ringing in the ears, loss of • confidence,
diffidence in approaching strangers, palpitation
of the heart, weakness of the limbs and back,
loss of memory, pimples on the face, coughs
consumption, etc.
DR. GIBBON has practiced in San Francisco ;
over 37 years, and those troubled should not
fail to consult him and receive the benefit of
his great skill and experience. The doctor
cures when others fail. Try him. Cures guar-
anteed. Persons cured at home. Charges reas- '
onable. Call or write. -i-^
Dr. J. F. Gibbon, 625 Kearney street,' San
Francisco, Cal.
w kfc|ii4ttf 50 YEARS'
■^.experience
"^■K-V f |F Trade Marks
fiHiMiy'jfln" Designs '
r rr?T^^ Copyrights Ac
Anyone sending a sketch and description may *
qnlckly ascertain our opinion free whether an
invention is probably patentable. Communica-
tions strictly confidential. Handbook on Patents
sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents.
Patents taken through Munn A Co. receive
tpeeial notice, without charge. In the
Scientific American
A handsomely illustrated weekly. Largest cir- ,
culation of any scientific Journal. Terms, 93 a
year; four months, $1. Sold by all newsdealers.
MUNN iCo^'Broaawar. N ew York ;
Branch Office, 625 F SU Washington. I). C. ■ :
L. OETTINGEU S. N. KNIGHT '•;■
KNIGHT & CO.
' 'S ■."■ . ' ''-fit
Foundry! Machine Shop
Suiter Creek, Cal.
BUILDERS OF WATER WHEELS OP
latest and most . approved ■ patterns, and
all kinds of sheet iron pipe. Every description ■
of mining and milling machinery made at the
shortest notice. We desire to call the attention -
of blacksmiths and other workers in iron to the
fact that we keep constantly on hand a large
and complete stock of bar, rctlned and Norway
iron, gas pipe, gas littings, etc., which we will
sell at the LOWEST CASH PRICES.
Stjacksonh KB MS 9\ ftT«J
Meat Market
Main Street
GEORGE L. THOMAS, Proprietor
(Successor to S. W. Bright)
THE BEST QUALITY OF BEEF, MUT- .
ton. Pork, Corned Beef, Lard, Sausage,
etc., etc., will always be found at this old-es-
tablished stand, at the lowest ruling prices.
Having been in the. butchering business in
Jackson for many years, and being familiar
with every branch thereof and with nearly all
the patrons of both shops, I am in position to
know the wants of all to the best advantage, and
respectfully ask a fair share of patronage.
GEORGE L. THOMAS Prop.
GLOBE 4r HOTEL
Corner Main and Court Streets
JACKSON, CAL
P. DWYER, : : : Proprietor
First-Class in Every Respect
ESPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO COM-
mercial travelers. Sample rooms con-
nected with the house. The very best of ser-
vice guaranteed to patrons. , • .
Good Meals, 25 Cents i^Hf» : |
♦LIBERTY H SALOON*
Sanguinctti Building
Main Street Jackson
L. PERLANDA, : : : Proprietor
Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Almays on hand.
Lime for Sale
I 'AM PREPARED TO SUPPLY THE BEST
.lily of lime in any quantity that may be
desired at 115 per ton delivered.
A. J. BONHAM,
Tone Pnstnfflo?

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