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THEY ARE AFRAID OF WAR
When Francis Joseph- of
Austria Djes,
AND HE IS GETTING TO BE PRETTY OLD
Matrimonial Alliances Make Him
the Factor in European
Politics.
It is not a grateful task to speculate
upon the death of a living man. But
when that man has all but reached the
ago of threescore and ton and is be
sides burdened with the weight of tho
most griovous sorrows that can come
to man, when he is a sovereign who
has occupied tho throne for more than
half a century, and when his personal
influence has long been the one con
serving and preserving factor in his
realm, without which tho realm would
be in imminent peril of dissolution— in
such circumstances it may be deemed
pardonable, and at any rate .it seems
inevitable, that men should begin to
reckon upon the length of his remain
ing reign and upon what will happen
when for him tho end shall come. To
such considerations M. Bonoist gives
himself in a recent article in tho
"Revue dcs Deux Mondes, " asking
plumply, and striving to answor, the
question. ''What would Europe be
without Austria?" For it is to that
venerable Kaiser of the Dual Realm
that reference is made. Thoro has for
a generation been no more familiar and
accepted truism in Continental politics
than that he is a personal bond that
holds together the heterogeneous and
commonly discordant members of that
Eastern empire which is the western
portion of his realm, and that no other
bond can bo substituted therefor, but
that when that "silver cord is loosened"
the empire will be dissolved. What
.would become of tho various states?
The Gorman provinces would go to
Germany; the Slav to Russia; "Italia
Irredenta" would be redeemed at last
and united with Italy ; Romania would
take Transylvania and Bukovina; and
what was left of Hungary would re
main an independent Magyar state.
So much for Austria and for Hun
gary. But what of Europe? It, too,
would cease to exist, save as a "geo
graphical expression. " In its place
there would be two colossal empires,
and a few minor states existing on their
sufferance. Such is M. Bonoist's un
hesitating conclusion. The "balance
of power" would be irremediably de
stroyed, or, rather, it would be trans
formed into a balance of two powers.
He does not venture to hope that Rus
sia would then doom it worth while to
maintain- tho French alliance, or that
Germany would longer fear a menace
from beyond the Vosges. Tho Slav
and Teuton colossi would be so stupen
dous that they could afford to ignore
all other countries, whether as friends
or foes. In that we are scarcely pre
pared to agree with M. Benoist. It
seems to us that even' with Russia and
Germany thus increased in size and
power France would still be a very con
siderable factor in the situation, Italy
would bo no cipher, but -a more im
portant figure than today, and Scan
dinavia would remain something better
than a nonentity. Against the two
colossi united all tho rest might be
powerless, though oven that is not a
foregone conclusion. But certainly a
league of two or three of these lesser
powers, or oven one of them alone,
would be a sufficient makeweight to
turn tho scalo in favor of one or the
other of the two in case of a conflict
between them. So, instead of one of
the colossi falling upon tho remaining
states and crushing them to powder, as
M. Bonoist anticipates, it seoms prob
able that both of them would pay
court to those states, curry favor with
them and seek to strengthen them and
to maintain them.
M. Benoist is, howover, indubitably
right in reckoning that such a parti
tioning of Austria would be grave if
not an irremediable calamity, and that,
therefore, the maintenance of the Dual
Realm is most earnestly to be desired.
That realm, was once the buffer state
between Europe and Asia, protecting
the civilization and Christianity of the
West from successive onslaughts of
Mongols and Ottomans. Today it is
the buffer state of Europe itself, among
the European powers themselves, keep
ing some of them apart for their own
good. So, while Europe might con
tinue to exist without Austria, the ex
periment is one which it is conspicu
ously desirable not to make. And we
can cordially agree with M. Benoist in
believing that it may not, at least in
our time, be made, and that the fa
miliar truism to which wo have re
ferred may prove, at least in its latter
part, to be not true, after all. What
the next reign in Austria will bring
forth it would be rash to undertake to
say. Dualism may be maintained, or
it may give place to " trial ism, " or
there may bo a still wider federal
scheme. But, in some way or another,
we may hope, with no little confidence,
the external integrity of the great em
pire will bo preserved. Tho genius of
Francis Joseph II has been so marked
and so successful that it will surely
project its saving power far forward
into the reign which will come next,
but which, let us trust, is still far off in
the future.
Sick Headache absolutely and permanently
cured by using Moki Tea. A pleasant herb
drink. Cures constipation and indigestion,
makes you eat, sleep, work and happy. Satis
faction guaranteed or money back. 25 cents and
50 cents. Sold by A. Goldner. ■ v ■. ';
Usual Luck With Purses.
She — I had a kiss stolon from me yes
terday.
. He — No wonder.
She— Why?
He — You shouldn't purse your lips.
—New York Press.
Pionekh Fujcn is the same yesterday, toda,
and tomorrow, ♦
THE SIERRA ROAD.
Bridge at Robinson's Ferry on the Stanis
laus Has Been Completed
The California Bridge and Construc
tion Company has completed tho rail
road bridge across tho Stanislaus river
at Robinson's ferry and in doing so has
accomplished a piece of railroad en
gineering which was thought by many
to bo almost impossible. Tho bridge is
of the Howe truss pattern and consists
of a single span 140 foot long, twenty
flvo foot high and fifteen and one-half
feet wide, built of stool and Oregon
pine. The structure is supported with
steel cylinders, sunk to bedrock and
filled with cement.
Engineer W. H. Newell has finished
the survey of the line between James
town and Angels Camp. It required
an engineer of great experience to plan
tho route over this country, as there
aro a number of olovatons to be over
come. In crossing Table Mountain an
elevation of 297 feet is made in two
miles and then thero is a drop of 970
feot between there and the Stanislaus
river, a distance of eighteen miles.
Tho line then runs down the stream to
the Jones mine and then turns up Car
son creek, passing near Irvine and into
Angels, a distance of nine and one
quartor miles, in which an elevation of
700 feet is overcome. — Stockton Inde
pendent.
How Is Tour Wife?
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. Prico Ssc and 50c.
Money refunded if results are not satisfaclory.
For sale by A. Goldner, Druggist. •
Anti-Debris Association.
Tuesday the Anti-Dobris Association
met at Sacramento. Robert Cosner,
being secretary, went over from Wood
land to attend after the adjournment
of tho Sacramento Valley Convention
ai Woodland last Monday. Inspectors
will bo sent through the mining dis
tricts of the mountains to report any
infringement of the laws. William
Kolman came before tho associotion
asking that tho injunction against the
Golden Gate Consolidation mine at
Smartsvillo be raised, as he intended
conducting it so as to injure no one.
Ho claimed that though some mining
debris went into the .river tho injury
was out-balanced by good done in the
community by running his works. The
association will send an export there to
see it. The arguments were long. 'It
appears that this mine alone will dump
from 20,000 to 30,000 cubic yards of
debris into tbo Yuba river. George H.
Magrudor, a watchman, made a full
report of tho sovoral mines in his
charge. — Sacramento Bee.
Lewis Dennis, Salem, Ind.,-says: "Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure did me more good than any
thing I ever took." It digests what you eat
-cannot help but cure dyspapsia and stomach
troubles. City Pharmacy. :a* -~
.
Holes Must Be Vaccinated.
The American mule must be vaccin
ated before he can be enlisted in the
British army service in South Africa in
the future. Tho Admiralty has passed
upon his case, and tho decree is final.
Sovonty-flvo or one hundred of the
mulos died of glanders or a kindred
disease after they wero landed on
African soil. The animals are separ
ated, temno.raturo talcon-and virus in
jected. The vaccination of the mules
is what caused tho delay in loading tbo
transport Corinthia.
MISCELLAN EOUS.
Workmen
you have seen hundreds of your companions
waste away in mill and foundry with a persistent
cough. You have seen hundredsof them die with
that terrible disease, Consumption. You have seen
wives left penniless, and children thrown upon
the mercies of the cold worW, because the faliier
coughed his life away. The air you breathe
every day is full of sharp, metallic dust, which is
inhaled into the lungs and irritates their delicate
lining. In the case of glass blowers, the lierce
heat of the molten glass forces its way up the
tube into the lungs where it Kradually breaks
down their delicate structure, making every cold
a danger to life. You can't nfford to quit work-
Ing and are daily exposed to this fatal dust and
Intense heat. What you and your friends need
is Acker's English Remedy. This will make your
throat and lungs strong again. It will heal the
irritation, brace up your strength, nnd you need
never lose a day's work. I have notii-ed that in
some mills there are no cases of Consumption.
The reason is that Acker's English Remedy if
used by the men working there.
Sold at 25c., 50c. and Jl a bottle, thrmiirN
the United States and Canada ; and in Kn
at Is. 2d., 2s. 3d., 4s. 6d. If you aru n.it s
after buying, return the bottle to your diu-i
and get your money buck.
r We authorize the. aborr ipinn; '. •
V. B. BOOKER <t CO., I>ropcu.u..., /:,..
Bold by Alfred Goldner
We live but oneo —
Why not live well and enjoy life?
HALL, LUHRS & CO
Wholesale Grocers and
Provision Dealers
Saornmento, Cal.
THE AMADOR LEDGEE; JACKSON. CALIFORINTA. FRIDAY. JANUARY 26. 1900.
THE WAY THEY GOT JOE PTEE
How They Happened to
Catch Him.
THAT IS: HE GAVE HIMSELF UP INSTEAD
William Woodburn, a Carson Law
yer, Supposed to Induced
to Him Do So.
Last Wednesday morning about 3
o'clock W. S. Johnson of Genoa de
livered Joe Pete, tho Indian who killed
Will Daugbergr, to Sheriff Kinney of
Ormsby county. The Indian was
turned over to the Sheriff at the door
of the Ormsby county jail in Carson.
Johnson took a receipt for the prisoner
and the Indian was locked up in the
jail.
Early Wednesday morning Sheriff
Brockliss and District Attorney Turner
of this county wero notified by tele
phone. They went to Carson and Joe
Pete was turned over to Sheriff Brock
liss in the presence of Mr. Turner and
others by Mr. Johnson.
The four captains of the Washoe
tribe were present. They did not want
Pete taken to Genoa and seemed to
think that he should be kept in the
Ormsby county jail. So Sheriff Breck
liss decided to leave him there in
charge of Sheriff Kinney.
The capture was effected just east of
the McTarnaban bridge.
The News says:
"Since tho shooting Pete has been,
ho says, ranging between Markleeville
and Antelope. Constable Crawford, of
the latter place, has been looking for
him several months, and Pete says
Crawford nearly overtook him three or
four different times. He says they
were very close together and while
Crawford did not see him Poto had the
constable covered through tho sights of
his rifle and would have dropped him
probably had he been discovered. >;%-■?
"All Pete has to say in his own behalf
to the public is "Gime fair trial. If
hang 'em, alright. Want fair trial. '"
Mr. Johnson and an Indian visited
Carson about ten days before tho cap
ture, and it is supposed that Attorney
Win, Wood burn was engaged at that
time to defend Pete. It is probable
that the defense will bo that the killing
was not premeditated.
It is generally believed hore that Pet«
will be tried in this county, but ho will
probably remain in Ormsby county un
til the date of the trial.
It is claimed that Joe Pete did not
pass through this valley on his way to
Carson. He is said to be somewhat
diamond-faced, with full glaring eyes.
He was quiet and sober when District
Attorney Turner saw him in jail Wed
nesday. He told Turner that he suf
fered greatly during his exile in the
mountains.
Later. — Mr. Johnson was in Gard
nerville last evening and called at the
Courrier office. He said ho had been
working on the caso about three
months and got the Indian to give him
self up. Joe Pete was alone when he
captured him. There were about
fifteen Indians, all armed with rilles,
about two miles behind him. Whether
Joe Pete was trying to got away from
them or not Johnson does not know.
Johnson told Pete that he wanted
him and Pete stepped forward and
handed him his gun. When the other
Indians came up Johnson told them
that he was going to take Pete to Car
son. They said all right, and added
that they would go along, and see that
he got thero safely.
Johnson says an extra reward of $100
has been offered for tho arrest and con
viction ' of the person who sold Pete
whisky at the time of tho murder.
Johnson says Pete told him who sold
the whisky and ho is now looking for
additional evidenu.-. — Gardner ville
Courier. '
. Dyspepsia can be cured by using Acker's Dys
pepsia Tablets One little Tablet will give im
mediate relief or money refunded. Sold in hand
some tin boxes at 25 cents. Sold by A. Goldner.
Getting Even.
Church Usher (confidentially)— That
woman I just seated is Mrs. Stuckupp.
She had me sent around to the back
door one day when I called at her house
on a business errand. Mado mo trans
act tho business throughout a servant,
too. But I've got even with her.
Friend — You have given her one of
the best pows in tho church.
Ushor — Wait half an hour. She's
right where a stained glass window will
throw a red light on her nose. — New
York Weekly.
Size doesn't indicate quality. Beware of
counterfeits and worthless salve offered for De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. De Witt's is the
only original. An infallible cure for piles and
all skin diseases. City Pharmacy. •
ft This Our Berti
Bert Lewis and Dr. F. P. Clark wag
gerod a box of collars on tho Tracoy-
Jackson fight, but they failed to spec
ify what brand and quality the neck
wear should be. Clark, who was on
tho Tracoy end of tho bet, located a
box of paper collars that were in style
about tho time that Washington
crossed tho Dcloware, and sent them to
the winnor. — Stockton Record.
Uncalled-for Letters.
Letters romaining unclaimed in the
Jackson, Cal., Postoflice, for tho week
ending January 19, 1900:
Cullen. Chas. Francesco, Pitto
Mans, Mr. B. .
G. C. Folger, Postmaster.
G. H. Applcton, Justice of the Peace, Clarks
burg, N. J., says: "Do Witt's Little Early
Risers are tho best pills made for constipation.
Wo use no others." Quickly cure all liver and
bowel troubles. City Pharmacy. *
Entirely So.
Colonel Corckright — Did that nigguh
die a natural death?
Majqr Gore — Yes, suh; ho was
lynched for voting the Republican
ticket.
The modern and most effective cure for con
sumption and all liver troubles— tho famous
little pills known as DoWitt's Little Early
Risers, City Pharmacy. *
MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS.
CXN» DEAL BUGGIES
BUGGIES — *■ SOLD AT 4
?££z MilO CASH PRICES
SAMPLES .ON EXHIBITION
Exclusive Agency for the Deal Buggies
Which Are the Best f.
W. E. KENT
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:; lnL *'• ?l? l our slio p- Tlie cuttin g !• tilh 3!
',', \ ', ■ is done by an experienced \ \ '" .>■- J [
'.', \', cutter; we use the best but- ] [ ' * '
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',', jIJII \'> personal supervision to all ) ; fl I ','.
!! !! work. Our stock of suit- J ; j;
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'' Vnil *"' s^°^ wor^> for- we are here ]; YAIT '.',
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MAX LADAR, THE TAILOR
MAIN STREET, JACKSON, CAL.
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2 X Tne Meehan Property will be
2 * subdivided into building lots and
5 S sold for CASH OR INSTALLMENTS.
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_^ _^ * 50-foot streets and 25-foot alley-*
fl Hi V * ways * Each lot can b e reached
©ll f i*^ ® *at fr ° nt ° r rear by wagon> One
M \J m\ * m aln street from Volcano road
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O . * of Meehan's house: and one west
# Jo( Keeney's property, to reach the
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SIB D W"H For further particulars apply to
A r NEIL A. MACOOARRIE
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|E. GINOCCHIO & BROTHER!
• . • Wholesale and Retail Dealers in •
General Merchandise
* '5 Water Street, Foot ot Broadway, Jackson •
s"T\\rE TAKE PLEASURE IN INFORMING OUR PA- 5
a f \ V trons and the public Renerally that we have on hand a Z
Zivery choice selected stock of DRY GOODS of all kinds, GRO- i
Z«CEKIES AND PROVISIONS, CLOTHING. UOOTS AND Z
2 SSHOES. We particularly direct the attention of the public Z
m %. to the fact that we keep on hand the largest assortment of 5
J-fIIRON AND STEEL to bo found in Amador county. Also a i
a <Rsuperior assortment of all kinds of HARDWARE, such as !
ZjSCarriage Bolts. Screws, Nuts, Nails, and, in fact, everything .
ZSthe market demands. We are sole agents for the celebrated !
J'jHURCULES POWDER, of which which we shall constantly Z
q^Jkeep on hand a large supply. ■ . ' m
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cheaper. Best is alway* cheapest in the end, and the Jordan "AaAI " Cutlery
is " It. " For salo by the leading dealers everywhere. •■ -
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©ji^—^ Foot of Main Street
JACKSON, CAL.
o o o o o o FJRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATIONS JOR TRAVELERS AT REASONABLE PRICES
k Sample Room for Commercial Travelers
** B Rooms New 'y Furnished Throughout 1
I Table Supplied With the Best in the Market ~^*~
I BAR Supplied With the Finest Brands of I
\ Wines Liquors and Cigars
MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS.
Electricity !
DR. W. F. GREEN, D* D. S.
WEBB BUILDING. JACKSON. CAL.
Teeth Filled and • Extracted Positively Without
Pain by ELECTRICITY "
Artificial Teeth made" on Aluminum Plates. Easy to
keep clean; light as a" feather and will never tarnish. Also
Gold and Metal Plates. All plate work leaving my office is
guaranteed to fit, wear and give perfect satisfaction and cotn-
GOLD, ALUMINUM AND PLATINUM CROWNS
All Crown and Bridge Work made according to the
latest and approved method. JLJI
FINE GOLD FILLINGS A SPECIALTY'
Ulcerated Teeth, no matter of how long standing, cured
in one treatment..
DR. W. F. GREEN, D. D. S.
Webb Building, Main Street, Jackson, Cal.
FOR in ™
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date FASHION designs — a large number of
short stories and handsome illustrations —
fancy work, hints on dressmaking and sugges-
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most houses at 25 cents or 30 cents.
SEASON OF 1899-1900 .
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Initial Trip Friday, December '^♦^ '
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ITS HIGH STANDARD of excellcnco is abundantly attested by its past brilliant record and
the Southern Pacilic management gives the assurance that it will be maintained in
all respects, and improved where possible.
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f"VUR RECORD OF THIRTY-FIVE YEARS IN AMADOR COUNTY OF HONORABLE
I/and upright dealing is with you. and wo respectfully ask for a continuance of your favors;
vithout prejudice.
• -PIQHHR HOUR MILLS, WHO •
LEGAL NOTICES.
Assessment Notice.
Jackson Gold Milling and Milling Company.—
Location of principal place of. business,
Jackson. California.— Location ol Works,
Jackson Mining District, Amador County:
-VfOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AT
JL^I a meeting of tho Board of Directors, held
on the sth day of December, I sou. an 'assessment
(No. 3) of one-thirtieth of one cent per share
was levied upon the capital stock ot the cor
porat ion.payalile immediately in United State;
gold coin, to the secretary, at tho office of the
company. Ledger office, Jackson, California.
Any stock upon which tho assessment shall
remain unpaid on the 6th day of January, 1900
will be delinquent, and advertised for sale at
public auction, and unless payment is made bo-
fore, will bo sold on Saturday, the 37th day of
January, 1901), at 4 p. m.. to pay the delinquent
assessment, together with costs of advertising
and expenses of sale.
By order of the Board of Directors.
WILL A. NEWCUM, Secretary.
Office: Weil & Renno Building, Jackson Cal.
December 5, 1899. t 13-8-tMI
At a meeting of the Board of Directors of the
Jackson Gold Mining, and Mill tug Company,
held fon Saturday, January 6th, 19(», the dato
of delinquency of Assessment No. 3 was post-
poned to Saturday, February 3, 1900, and the
day of sale to Saturday, February SI, 1900.
WILL,. A. NEWCUM, Secretary.
Dated Jackson, January 6, 1800. 1-13— 1-38
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THE LONDON
WOOLEN MILLS;
J. H. HEITMAN
FINE TAILORING
Price List as Follows:
LONDON WEST OF ENGLAND
BROADCLOTH SUIT MO 00
LONDON CLAY WORSTED, in Blue
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NEW ENGLAND WASHINGTON
MILLS CLAY WORSTED, blue- '
black fcM to 35 00
GERMAN CREPE DRESS WORSTED. 35 00
FRENCH BLACK PHjUK fc!s to 35 00
LONDON BLACK DOKSKIN SUIT.... 35 00
WASHINGTON MILLS GRAY WORS-
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SUITING »15 to 40 00
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