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THE AMADOR LEDGER
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Entered at the PostofMce at Jackson as Second-class Matter.
P. BUFFINGTON : : : : Editor and Manager
FRIDAY '....OCTOBER 19, 1900
F FOR PRESIDENT
W William JVlcKinlecj '- -'- -,j --• )•[ -.. o? Ofpio
: FOR VICE-PRESIDENT
T Theodore Roosevelt - - - - - o? J^ew York
♦ ** % * *
F For Congressman; Second District.
S . D. WOODS .r. :.;.'..... ..».......;. ......of Stockton
, For Assemblyman, Fifteenth District.
F FRED L. STEWART .:. .: ...../...........:. : of lone
W WM. TAM (Towtfthip No. 1 ) ...:"... , :....of Jackson
W WESLEY M. AMICK (Township No. 2) ...... ..... : .'. ! . r .'.V.-.V.:." of lone
E . B. MOORE ( Township No, 4) ....' . ; . ; '.."./..:. of Sutter Creek
"If there' is any one who believes the Gold Stand-.,
ard is a good. thing, or that it must^, be maintained;
I want him not to cast his vote for *me, because I- f ;
"" promise him it will not be maintained in this coun
try longer than I am able to get rid of.it.'; — W. J. Bryan.
SOMETHING ABOUT MR. SPROUL'S SPEECH.
..The speaker commenced by the assumption made in all
the anti-imperialism speeches of Democratic orators, namely:
That the Republican administration was attempting to over
ride the Constitution. This assumption is always made
; guardedly and not put in the form of a distinct assertion, lest
c '; t the. hearer might ask what particular Article and Section of
the Constitution was being violated, and the utter hollowness
and falsity of the assumption become apparent. The speaker
did not attempt to quote any part of the Constitution or show
in what manner it had been ignored. It is fair to suppose
that he does not kndw that document well enough to quote it
off-hand, that he has not referred to it since the beginning of
this campaign" and that his oration is simply an echo of the
louder mouthings of that chief of political fakers, William J.
Bryan. The fact is that none of them have pointed, and none
of them can cite~a single clause of the Constitution that has
not been faithfully obeyed by that wise, able, conscientious pa
triot and statesman, William McKinley. Mr. Sproul had the
impertinence to calltipon Repub'licansHo abandon
their life-long 1 principles and their trustworthy^ leaders and
administer a rebuke to the present administration with ..no
other reason' for their action than this baseless, unproved and
unprovable assumption of the Bryan humbuggery. Life-long
Republicans are not subject 1 to any such hallucinations.
They know'Ybat. the immortal Lincoln was assailed by the
same party.in exactly the same. terms that are now applied to
Wm. -McKinley. — ; - - -i, .
•In regard ; to : what shall be done with the Philippines.
First, it is no part of the President's duty, to decide the ques
tion, for it belongs to Congressj'and,* secondly^ the Uime lias
not arrived at which any man can .tell what our duty and
honoris, a nation may require us to 'do. v Our President, who
followsjstrictly the line of duty, has wisely and firmly refused
to gratify the Bryanites by making a premature declaration
of policy which would neither be in his province nor power to
enforce, and which might become untenable at any time by a
chdngejof conditions.' Hence, as the Administration has re
fused, to frame any politicaljssue in regard to the Philippines,
leaving thatTquestioii to the sovereign people, and their repre
sentatives in Congress, "where it belongs,, these doughty Dem
ocratic, champions are compelled to sally forth, like Don
Quixote, and charge against windmills, even though erected
by themselves, but exhibiting some sy mtoms of sanity by us
ing the appropriate ammunition, namely, wind. -:" This bogus
bogie, conjured .up from the vasty depths, is used to divert the
attention of .the, people from the reaUissues.to -be decided at
the. next ►election. And as the gentleman failed to, cite the
Constitution in support of his first assumption] he: is
unable to outline the policy of President McKinley or that of
Wnf/J. Bryan in regard to so-called imperialism: Upon re
flection, his hearers find themselves, upon both points, with
no additional information, . The gentleman admitted, how
ever, 'that 'Republican' orators are able to adduce as many
reasons for what has been done in^the Philippines as there
are£peaker£> on 'their platform throughout the country, and
the fact ithat'he utterly, failed to refute any of them indicates
that all-6f the vast number uiay be^good reasons. , ;
.-.As a basis of his tirade against the administration Mr.
Sproul stated that the insurgent forces entered the city of
MSmla jide by side and step by step with the United States
army, and declared it to be a of history. Every well
informed person ik'nows* that his statement is not true; on the
coniVary n the insurgent, horde of were prevented by
GenY Wesley Merritt from entering Manila as an armed force
at all, "and for the all-sufficient reason that their only object
in getting'in was to* plunder, the 'city and massacre its inhabi
tants, and this nation could not afford to permit such an out
rage and, stand disgraced before the whole civilized world as
aiding and abetting such fiendish barbarities. Now what be
comes, of .an argument, bassed on s a premise that is utterly
THE AMADOB LEDGER; JACKSON, CALtFOByiA, FBHjAY, OCTOBER 19, 1900.
false. The truth is that Aguinaldo's quarrel with
Merritt began then and there, and from that day . forward he
was planning and preparing treacherously to attack and de
stroy our forces in order that he might accomplish his das
tardly purpose of revenge and plundef.>
Under the treaty with Spain the United States assumed
inviolable obligations to the civilized people of those islands,
and the presence of our army there, and all that has -been,? is
being, or will be done, is amply justified by the -necessity of
protecting those civilized people from being exterminated ,by
Mr: Sproul argued at length upon the ability of this
country to remove the flag from any place where Bryan
thought it was not advisable to keep it. Of course it is ad
mitted that the country is big enough to remove the flag, if
the country agrees with Bryan in regard to the expediency of
doing so, but very few patriotic Americans will vote for a man
who, if elected, would, as Commander-in-Chief of the army,
order our valiant forces to pull down the flag and turn their
backs to a triumphant horde of savages who would follow
them: with shouts of derision and deadly bullets from Mauser
rifles, and thus violating sacred treaty obligations, exposing
innocent and helpless people to plunder and massacrejand
incurring national disgrace and a stain upon the froAor of the
flag, which time could never efface. •'■-••.■. ■ ■• <1 :
Mr." Sproul promises, if elected to Congress, to.t(y to i-top
the Philippine war for one day in order to save money for an
appropriation to store waters in the high Sierras' to: be used
for irrigation aud other purposes, in the Second "Congression
al District.- Now, Mr. Sproul says that he is primarily a
Democrat; that he distinctly promises to vote on all political
questions with the Democratic party. If, unfortunately, a
majority of his kind should be elected. to Congress, one of
their first acts will be to reduce the tariff-to a free trade, basis
and in a few months the treasury will be depleted, bankrupt,
as it, was under the Wilson Bill, and it will then become im
possible to either carry on the war or prosecute internal im
provements at national expense. The vision of great reser
voirs of life-giving fluid, which causes two blades of grass to
grow where" one grew before, or two mills toj run where one
was before, under Democratic free trade auspices, is
evidently an iridescent dream. No such, benefactions can
come from such a source. ,' "--'■:
FRED L. STEWART.
The more the matter of Assemblyman is talked, over by
the people of Amador couuty, the stronger the general senti
ment grows that a lawyer can do much better service for the
people in the Legislature than a doctor, and as it. is. service
we want; it is : natural to believe the voters of the Fifteenth
District will send Mr. Stewart to Sacramento. - There is an
other important reason why Mr. Stewart should be elected.
During the next session of the Legislature, legislation rela
tive to a uniform series of State text books for use in the
public schools will be had, and, as a lawyer, Mr. Stewart will
be competent to draft the law, or to inspect it and point out
any imperfections that may occur.therein, should some doctor
or other member, not a lawyer, preseut.it. In short, ;while we
are about it, fellow voters of Amador county, why not elect a
man thoroughly competent in education, legal learning and
forensic ability to cope successfully with lawyers : of other
Assembly districts: This election is not simply to compliment
some good citizen, and politically pat him on the back because
he is a good fellow. It is important business for Amador
county, and it is the business and interest of every; voter to
send the man to the Legislature who by training and education
is best fitted to fill the position. Fred L. Stewart is the man.
HONEST WM. TAM.
As the ciimpaign progresses, Wm. Tarn, Republican
candidate for Supervisor.for this township, gains in strength.
Everybody says he is strictly honest, that he is an excellent
debater and has the courage of his convictions no matter who
his opponent may be. That he will not be swerved from
what he considers for the very best interests of his district, no
matter what may be brought to bear upon him, is the opinion
of all who know him. If he is elected, he will represent the peo
ple himself. He will not be the mouthpiece of another. We
want Supervisors with backbone and stamina sufficient to
stand up for the rights of the people they represent. We
want Supervisors who are competent to stand up during
Board sessions if necessary and intelligently argue a point.
Men who can talk, and talk to the point. Wm. Tarn is a
good talker. He makes his influence felt in the. different
lodges and orders in which he is prominent, and his judgment
is excellent. , If Wm. Tarn is elected he will make one of the
most competent Supervisors Township No. 1 ever had. Elect
* The Republican voters and many of the Democratic vot
ers of Amador county have decided that this county has been
controlled by the Democratic party long enough for one .inn
ing. They believe it is not conducive to good government to
have either political party remain in power too long. Cor
ruption might creep in after a time; the dominant party
might become arrogant, self-willed and domineering. This
possibility the voters of Amador county propose to prevent by
paving the way for a change of administration of county af
fairs two years hence, and to do this it will be a step in the
right direction to secure a Republican majority of the Board
of Supervisors. This will undoubtedly be accomplished, as
all three of the Republican candidates for Supervisor, namely,
Wm. Tarn, Wesley M. Amick, and E. B. Moore, stand an ex
cellent chance of election. They are all good men; honest,
upright, careful and conservative. They will serve their re
spective districts with ability and give satisfaction to all con
cerned. They are business men, and business men we.fmust
have on the Board. Now is the opportunity. to get in the en
tering wedge that will split the Democratic party in twain two
years hence. Hit that wedge a lick, fellow voters.
If one will take the pains to read the political history of
1864, one will ascertain how shamefully the Democrats
abused Abraham Lincoln, and yet they now pretend to love
his memory, and audaciously invite Lincoln Republicans to
vote for Mr. Bryan.
East Central Eureka Co vs Central Eureka Co
—Order to show cause continued to Oct 27, 1900.
B Levagei vs G Gall et al— Hearing on peti
tion for orderfor change of venue; submitted i
Estate of Henry Stephens-Order to pay col"
lateral inheritance tax: final discharge
Estate of Chas Hawkins— Hearing on order to
show cause. : . -. . *
The following named taxpayers have been
drawn to serve as trial jurors, to appear in the
Superior Court on Monday, November 12, 1900, at
10 o'clock a. m : CM Meek, C M Kelley, S An
goye, R Rugne. Geo A Upton, R Lucas. A Kim
ball, John Gregory, Ben Fisher, WFelker, W
Prouty, J M Post N E Wheeler, M Newman, M
Is»!?s. I N Chitwood, Chas Henderson, L Mar
re, E Mayhew. Jas Norris. A Cottell, W H Less
}f y - F Lambing, Thos B Greenhalgh. S Wil
ll amSl A , B /? dy ? Woodford, E Merkel. Joseph
™ U l er i. J Kp£ ja ?S. norst ' DBoro ' c Marelia. J R
Dick, E Fink, J G Petty, J Huberty. J D Mason,
John Strohm. S H Lorree, S Bloom, H Grifflo, d
Myers. G Keffer, H Burrls, W Bristow, J Pbipps,
D Brown. .Wm Brown, J Muldoon, J Barton
■ Letters remaining unclaimed in the
Jackson, Cal., PostoflSce, for the week
ending October 19, 1900: *
Mr Casare^ Robert Doretty '" 7
Enrico Mariotti • Mrs A Weller (4)
E J Parsons L Langford
Joe Repucci (2) Reith & Alden
G. C. Folger, Postmaster.
How : Is loni - Wifel
Has she lost her beauty ? If so constipation,
indigestion, sick headache, are the principal
causes', Karl's Clover Root Tea has cured these
ills' for half a century. Price 25c and 500.
Money refunded if results are not satisfactory.
For sale by A: Goldner, Druggist. '- . •
Ladies' 'fine musliu drawers 20c, at
Red Front. . 8-24-tf
Ton Try It.
If Shiloh's Cough and Consumption Cure,
which is sold for the small price of 25c, 50c and
$1, does not cure, tultc the bottle back and we
will refund your money. . Sold for over fifty
jvars on this guarantee. Price. 250 and 50c.
For sale by A. Goldner. the Druggist. ' *
BURNS— TRAXLER.— At the Catholic church
Jackson, Cal., Oct. 18, 1900, James Burns and
Miss Clara Traxler. .
TAYLOR— ANTHONY. -At San Francisco,
Cal., Oct. 10, 19U0, by Rev. John A B Wilson,
Frank A. Taylor of Jackson, and Miss Sarah
Olivia May Anthony.
BENTLEY-JACK.— At San Francisco, Cal.,
Oct. 10, 1900. by Rev. John A. B. Wilson. James
L.Bentley of Sutter Creek, and Henrietta W.
Jack of San Jose.
(The "Ledger" extends hearty congratula-
tions to all.) . '
LAVEZO.— At Jackson, Cal., Oct. 14, 1900, Jia-
como Lavezo, aged 39 years, a native of Italy.
DANERI.— At Sutter Creek, Cal., Oct., 14 1900.
James Daneri, aged 45 years, a native of Italy.
PEEK.— At San Jose, Cal.. Oct. 15, 1900, Mrs.
Harry Peek, aged about 45 years, a native of
Notice of sale . of Real Estate
/at -Private Sale.
TTNDEE AUTHORITY OF AN ORDER OF
LJ sale granted by tbe Superior Court of the
county of Amador, State of California, dated
October 13, 1000, 1 will sell at private sale the
following described real estate:
That certain house and lot situate in the
town of Sutter Creek. Amador Count;, State of
California, and more fully described as follows:
Lot No. I in Block No. 16 as set forth on the
oillcial map of the townsite of said town of
Sutter Creek, njw on file in the office of the
County Recorder of said Amador County; said
sale will be made on or after Monday, the sin
day of November, 1900. and bids will be received
at the office of John F. Davis,' Summit street,
Jackson, California. Terms of sale, ten per
cent cash at the time of sale, balance upon
confirmation by this Court.
Dated, October 10, 1900.
MARY E. HAWKINS.
Administratrix of the Estate
of Charles Hawkins, deceased.
John F. Davis, Attorney for Admx. IU-10-3t
Marie Chavez, Proprietress.
TAMALES, SPANISH MEALS AND COFFEE SERVED
Custom Trade Solicited.
_ Everything first-class and satisfac-
Factory on Water street, between C.
Ginocchio's residence and Garbarini
Bros, shop, Jackson, Cal. augl7-lm
the New Goods, the new goods from the best
manufacturers. Car loads are arriving daily.
Not the cheap auction goods (by the way, do you
know what we mean by auction goods. , Well, it's an accu-
mulation of old styles, sun faded, shelf worn, soiled and miss
fits of merchandise, the leavings of the»big city stores which !
the city people will hot buy are sent to the auction house)
but reliable goods that wear well and give sat-
isfaction. The goods coming and which have
already arrived consist of
FOR LADIES. FOR MEN.
Ladies' Skirts Clothing, Hats
Jackets and Collarettes Shirts, Underwear •
Silks and Satins Collars, Neckwear
Corsets, Gloves . Shoes, Socks
Plushes, Tapestry Kerchiefs, Suspenders
and everything for the and everything for the
Miss and little \ Youth and the little
Lady Man *
We make suits to order from $7.50 up
Pants to order from - - $2.50 up
Yes, we, guarantee everything we sell. - We
are busy placing the new goods. We can't
begin to quote prices until the stock is straight- •
ened up. Watch our weekly announcement.
. Bring the children. School supplies
at the smallest possible prices.
THE WHITE HO USE
Read Those Startling Books 1 8^r$
I paid to any ad-
! dress on receipt
TRAFFIC IN GIRLS ||- iog
■j? And Work of Rescue Missions • •**
TS&sXsn/Z ' *-'< ' ■ j THEEE COPIES
y^ TRAFFIC IN OPIUM I . to ' M^
c-/ J s^^* ; ■ 70 Lents
Or the Chinese and their White Slaves j ■
1 • TRAFFIC IN BABIgS IS^^
Or the Wail of the Children '; \ »ion Work
By Charlton Edholm, Oakland, Cah \\ T^-^
On Every ,j Bottle
Of Shiloh's Consumption cure is this guaran
tee: -/'All. we ask of you is to use two- thirds of
the contents of this botJlo faithfully, then if
you can say you are^not benefited, return the
bottle to your druggist and he may refund the
price paid." Price paid 25c, SOc and 11.- For
sale by A. Goldner. Druggist. *
Ladies' umbrella drawers, 45c, at
Red Front. 8-24-tf
NINING STOCKS. ..
''-' ' -Bid. Asked.
gwin.. ........: - -J9«JO ■
Oneida.... |i 50
Dreisam..:.::...;. .:.. • '. 04-
Sumdum :........ ■ .-.-.; ' ' 250"
Lincoln... .l.j - • * . . 100 ■
Golovin Bay Jfc So
Garibaldi :............... ::.. 100
Nome-A»vil a 5
Peerless... .; ■•' 35 ■
Kirkwood.. ■. :.... ...JOi
Badger 25 ..'...-'
Mutual Mining C 0........"........-..-; • ; \ 70
Central Eureka ■ .. ....'- 1 10,'-
South Eureka..... ■. 30 f , • -50
Argonaut ..-...•."... :-. " 250:
OIL STOCKS' ■■'
Century, Kern River District ,:. .'...' 100 '•
Perm, Kern River District .75
Kings Co Oil C 0...'... ■ 50 '
Bachelors 0i1 ... . .-. ' 45'
Panochito Oil ....... ....;.."...■. • 25
Little Standard Oil 45' SO.
McFadyen Oil Co ..:..' - 50 * l
Diamond Star... ..." v . 25
U. S. Oil & Mining Co. 15
Monarch of Arizona : ..■.-...; : :i 50*
Gray Gander. ■ 25
L0nd0n .........-.; :..:.... '. .'. . " 50 '
Lone Star .; -' ; 09
Three States .. ..................... 07H
STOCKS, BONDS AND -'- SECURITIES
.BOUGHT OR SOLD BY
PORTER & CHENEY, '
MEMBER PRODUCERS' OIL EXCHANGE.
■ • 530 California Street. ,. ■..••«■".■:
. r Notice to Creditors. .
..ESTATE OF lIGNHY WHITING, DECEASED.'. J
XT OTI CE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY ! THE
_LHI undersigned, executrix of the last will of
Henry Whiting, deceased, to the- creditors of
and all persons having claims against the said
deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary
vouchers, within four months after the lirst
publication of this notice to the said Executrix,
at the law office of W. IJ. McGee and F. L.
Stewart, Marelia Building, Court St., Jackson,
Amador county, California, the same being the
place for the transaction of the business of said
estate, in said County of Amador. .
Dated, October 12, 1900.
• ■ . REBECCA N. WHITING.
Executrix of the last will of Henry Whiting
deceased." - - . . - ■
Oct. 12-19-26-Nov.2-9St .. ■■_ . ', ■. . -, ■. -.
Order to Sho\v» Cause.* i.^.
In the. Superior Court of the County of Amador;
. State of California. ' - ; -' * ' "
In the matter of the estate of Charles;Hawkins,
deceased. " Order to show cause why order 0/
. sale of real estate should not be made. - •
IT APPEARING TO THIS COURT BY THE
petition this day presented and filed by Mary
E. Hawkins, administratrix of the estate of
Charles Hawkins, deceased, that it is neces-
sary to sell the whole of the real estate of said
deceased to pay the expenses and charges of
administration of the estate of said deceased.
It is therefore ordered by this Court that all
persons interested in the estate of said deceas-
ed appear before the said Superior Court on
Saturday, the 13th day of October, 1900, at the
hour of ten o'clock a. m. of said day, at the
Court Room of said Court, at the Court House
in the town of Jackson. County of Amador,
State of California, to show cause why an order
should not be granted to said administratrix to
sell so much of said real csiate as shall be
necessary, and that a copy of this order be pub-
lished four successive weeks in the Amador
Ledger, a weekly newspaper of general circula-
tion, printed and published in said county.
Done in open Court, this Bth day of Septem
ber,1900.:,. , ■ - ..,'- . :■: ■ ■■■ ■. ■ hi.'
9-14-5t U. C- RUST, Judge.
I. L. GODFREY
BUILDERJOINER AND WORKER IN WOODS
Water Street, Jackson .
IS PREPARED TO DO ALL KIN DS OF
plain or ornamental : work. Bookcases,
Wardrobes, Commodes, etc, turned out In the
most skillful manner. ■ Window Screens and
Blinds made In short order. - Orders from the
country attended to promptly.
DAILY STAGE LINE
:.. : Leaves Plymouth 6:30 a. m. '•
, Leaves Jackson 2:30 p. m.
JOHN STEINER. , -V, Proprietor .
■\ - fif JACKSONj BARGAIN STORE.
1 > ■■■■' "•' •ljT*"^|ip:^'^ <^'^^-^^^
No where else' does price dip' so low or quality rise so -
J high as here. . . :
riliicE iimiB:Bif isißfip
Our popularity has been achieved by original
methods, fair dealing and low prices. - -
If you are watching these columns, your ; chances for
saving money will-be good. There's always a .': story of
excellent merchandise, cheaply bought to : be ' cheaply , ' :
sold, running through them. •': V. "'v ■ .„• v,
Rubber Dressing Combs, 8 inch size .:...'..:: \ 5c i
Hair Brushes, solid back ........... ....!..!. "Lite
.Tooth Brushes, bone handles— good bristle ...... jyTttyfyHfeX' I ?! ..'. be '■<■
Oval Mirrors, size 4x6, with stand ....... ...V. ....!"!"..'!!!'.'.!!;! 10c ' '
Storm Serges, 42 inch, all the new shades, goods that should retail « :
> at 60c a yard— we are selling at . . 35c »
I Knickerbocker Suitings— splendid winter material, rough surface! «
i twisted and woven into handsome patterns— should be 75c a «
» * yard, marked : at.. ......'...........' , '. ''Tff^TTT^^ 60c »"
, Heavy Fleeced Shirts or Drawers, 75c quality, ' 48c B
! Working Shirts, black and white, 50c kind .....\ .;.... \ ./!>X ""-'■- 3^' » ,
Fedora Hats, all new colors, late shapes, $3.00 kind.. ..:..'■ '■ : 225 U
Men's Fancy Porcale Shirts.. :.:......:. /.riii'tfr.".^' /.::..■ -"' "" 50c «
Men's Working Pant 5....... ..: ......'... !!!!" ."■■"''■'■■'-'■'-'■ Sjl. « '
We are firm believers in honest footwear. We won't have any other ft
." kind in the house. ; If ever you get. an unsatisfactory pair, the >. « •
best favor you can do us is to come and , tell us about U. We'll fi '
"' right the wrong ...■..::....... •.:.■;,..-..•:.;•. '/..:;. .."...* n
Men's seal grain hunting shoes, high tops, double soles, $3.50 i5h00, for 2 95* *
Men's oil grain Creoles, $2.00 kind, this week.......... ; 139
Ladies' boarded calf lace shoes, with spring heels, special price 2.00 '
Ladies' kangaroo calf lace shoes, coin toes, ' solid, stylish, the $3 00 A <
shoes of other stores, here f0r... •.;..'....'...■.......:.. -" -200' '
\\ Ladies' Rubbers, come and get them, 50c kind, pair ............... '..*2scV '■■*-
I! >""«-«■■■ "HEDLICK'S" Tne.tore wn^fi
bargains are ***".". 7** V, 1 * "/ ■ ■ ' crowds flock '• B- =
; ; thicuestv Jackson's Bargairi Store. f , |
;;f| . ; jackson, gal.
■ *-* *. We are prepared; to; " N*]
..•^ *; * * supply "you with a "^MA^
'<% ■.'.■;■ * * * full line of the; nobi -•■ If
X • biest shirt waists, skirts, ; 'belts,
■^j gloves, ribbons; ladies' .white, tan ■
and black fancy hose, and - - !^
]| We have the most complete assortment of , f *
, Men's furnishing goods, dry! goods, etc. ' \ '1 %
'£&'?'£■ Dealers in General Merchandise. ]%>'
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: ; Choice lots: in this sightly Addition I
for sale on terms to Tsuit your own :
sack. Buy at once and secure the
.^best. This is the coming Nob Hill
.P. Peek, Owner, Jackson.
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McKINLEY AND ROOSEVELT ,
••■'.. ' "P' ztftt Pepubllcan Candidate for Congress,
, • . _' .. > — */tk,(£J second Congressional District, and
T^"C3 i_ i 1 \ -p . «—si iii i i i j a "am '■■
-tr JzG ri I > JL-i- !s> JL J=J \A/ -Ca. JLC J. m
/ —^Mf(V\ Republican Candidate for Assembly,
(p. Fifteenth District,
—WILL ADDRESS THE PEOPLE AT—^;*.-;
JACKSON, - - - WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 24,
SUTTER CREEK, - THURSDAY, " 25.
AiWADOR CITY, - - (At Noon) " 25.
By order of Republican Congressional Committee,
E.C. VOORHEIS, Chairman.
FRANK D. RYAN, Secretary, £