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Mountain Democrat (Newspaper) - August 31, 1901, Placerville, California YOU KNOW frtxhixt, hartal ftf JL fir t 'i, ft -v i Notes from at Headqu.irteit. uiv I f iv :'.''iv Tin' in.iclniiort i in iiliu-. their hatii'.i off the Tin- cunt met for putting mi Till! Illlll ullll'jl Wi t'M'CU'U iwjrtiT fun its fullest i. 'it .ili In- iiitulf, ami i I i i 1 I li I'muis. ami one. In a con with one alreailv uix-i) euiuiuoiu In the Superior Court County of l.'l OoraJo. at California. 3RREAT HIGHW FROM CAbit, FROM .M.I. ruiN-i.. tlie IN urcc 'anttCcUcnf cap of Of lumber which i- I fcvoroJ by the gentlemen having i-ii'A (Vt.'.-e 10 Dipped by wagon road is first j I" Coffee Stand thu ovry ..r..i "crab! '.vith a u-yivod an invitation to bo- nd u Full of Tulaeco ana C-iyurs. KLWKKL liliOS. Work on tho is nearly com- 1 lllat Wu anu wl" our corner of tho county in holpinir to lar voting men, bi-cn lor some weeks, at tno Ml. View store, j in Thi IVople of the of I OreeiiiiL- to: 5arah A. M. Short. i rrniot x .IKU' I it.iinud defendantx. You und i aeh ol i an: lieirhy I lllltlL-ll SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO the -atesi i ami lo i 10 ibii complaint lileil locieio j OfffMOTs'p ItOPTP blv brought nn bv overwork. tiAce.soU'O I .lav .if .Inlv. hkil uiunu leu UUM.. jUIloEl complicate! stom.ich disonlcr. von bv the nhovc naini I pi iliitirT. ____W. Mellman. In the .-superior Court ol lhe County ot Kl Stale of Cullfornla, hotit HIX! foul water, lie takon to lor inmuujiu tiuu iluliottto opoi'alion, S i Hiiiumr triiiu buna its -ts, to the A: our Initial w, at ivi a is COUJ- l lo HCX) i after thn service on you of thin xcryc'l wllhln Mild County of Kl lior.ido, or tho real prut Combination T hnvn tho Varnny Studio and combined it with my I am uow located in tho Inch Hnilrimg where I will bo pleased whether they are delinquent or cutting do'.vn tbc price for t nn M t. i shut down arc still rife. When this "nlil no newspaper in tho i county could afford to publish tho do- timber. Humors of '.he 12 mill Vjow work. PuVc-loplcj: and printincr for neatly done B. F. STRONG mill is closed it will be moved noaror c tho stumHni- tiJT.bnr. thera wU! I n I ____ I boa two years' continuous run. Gaddis Crook is a lively camp. Messrs I "ul Uui aa.j their oho, to up iuesawmsiU! Brmvn.villuia g.-lic crow are making tho roll people at large the r scent thw Dimmer, and CMC our short order. The railway has noon ox. of "irnz7J> converted into tnnded and now taps a belt of standing Iln Driving the tax-payers of a knowl- first-class lumber daily -L ii-------. There was plenty ol ico cream, cake and other delicacies .........not ornamental nor osofol. They Fotographer i the Saeni'ncnto H'-e n'irariHnsr the l i juiouuti'f Kind .sold un j nor. ir. AuiniMt IT.O'I. t'AX Business, More To aerommwiato iii-j constatitlv i'ni> .Nonlioi Tuv. J-'ouriccn J11J M. Kux: M a. de- scribed at tollovrs, towli: That portion of Kuld iiiiinherono huv- lux a frontajjeof sevn hundred Hiidluenly und eitetidlng California and Western line of sahl fnictloiml section j TLJRpM Din twenty-one, wllh un equal width of (.even i nnVJUs3r1 rUlolsMAN hundred und twenty feet throughout said I dlKlaoee, beliiR a tract of land heretofore re- In the di-e.l or .'onveyanee of s.ihl t.'. one Kal.-cr oiic'-half lulcr.'st In I nf iniil adjomiitK a trad ol lund Standard The Decorator, I likelihood of a railway running through a stock for civilized commum- ties. It was tno naru-oarueu money 01 not. only j to nd.cu e, 1 j M.M -r poor Old POlllitv J i 1 In. jn .in pill: un coniKM-H'tl itli China Glass, nim ATt .i iiiMnietion on nil mat- fl'uuc- nttinn dec-do lileu III till' dork b onion ._. l novcd i St-ctinii iiiimhtt towarii the frout of ;Lo l ruj R. K. BEKKY. 1'LACKUVII. ovury tax-paver ill tho district sends i 1 his cbtidrvjn for thomail, s-nd a patnph- i .ii, iav.i.1 la ot.ii... i. i tax-libt hung- ic the postotlieo I acres and these in K r I w.. k for thctn, and if they Commissioner. .'itnl lylnjjon of n.-iwi-m Miilil lots one nntl two and'rnniiini; thence of Keal Fti i luck iotliu Wfot boundary Sine or said Sen- I lion an equal wmtli of seven I liuudri'd and tweniv feet roiinini: Kaslanil I And you are hereby nolllied that ln lhe Court the Count, vou JI'P-ar and .1.-. .u.nv _-. 9tfi j I Premium to New 5ubscrlbeni. 12 Hack Num- ami coloi T. J: !J ifl.'i iiur I These boys wore on thoir way to tho Devil's Hole. What caujrht our ut- tentioii ttio-il. In tliM outfit WHK ;i doviiui men', old e-ltibll-lK.t eliHiiee fur ii'.nn or woman loneeure pleaH- incunic and future. N.-ir, Ilnrx V.'rltcatr.nrr STAFFORD PRESS, 23 Chnioh St., New Haven- Conu. ir .l.iwrtfi It io are aoAliuin to hear the oxiwrienco j.-. ;..._ ...I. venture. Th- Park Box and Shake Mill last week struck I A Ol iQT i "olirH Wu are WILLIMIVI I to say that the dittlcultios have I boon xatlxfactorily adjusted and the mill BLACKSMITHING and came up from Coloma till nntl nrni '-iitin i lo Sml> for u foul liOlnO WAuDN nLPAlnlNGIload of boxes and L. Kohlbeckcr and HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY. Satisfaction (itiarantoetl. Give us a call John Vox's Old Hlion, Main street, ppo-lteOhlo Home. PI.ACICUVIU.K. OAL I brother from Antelope are expected in i tills week with Lwo leuum lo hail! out boxes. Although tho El Dorado Lumber Co. EXPRESS TRANSFER AND DELIVERY Trunks, Packages nnd Freiglitof Any fciml promptly dolivorcd to All parts of the city. Parcnls un- der twenty poundR for ton cents. Leave At Wells, Kanjo A- Co.'n Olllro, or at I.I very Mlalde.l'lacervllle. L. N. STRICKER, Prou'r. JOHN KOHLERT do not cow-catchers on tholr cars which run by gravitation to tho Point, they managed to catch u cow belonging to F Kohlbocker on Monday last. Sequol-ijow dohornod, two cars of lum- ber scattered and brakoraan kncfcked The Kl Dorado Hcbublican, some two weeks put our secretary and mem- bers somewhat ou thedvfonbive regard- ing oitratliliide toward the supervisors. Should not that paper, in justice, give tho benolit of lotiord scnl for publication by individual members of I nor Slo.'iol v sor to IlEALKIl IN I'INE CHIPS. GROCERIES, Provisions, Grain, Clothing, Boots and Shoos and General Indian California. JUST OPENED. R-A-UOON _ _ K. J. KAFFKTTO, I'rop'r. of the 1'rogroxs and Society. Callings from Cool. Alvin Ilanich of llosovillo narrowly escaped being killed at tho Wood's plaeo near Greenwood on Sunday last lie was coming homo from the moun- tains with u load of shakes; is some unaccountable way tho hors-.-s go: cul j of tho road and upon tlie bank, upset- I t'ue wajjou Mr. I leh down the crado about twenty feot. Neither Mr.Ranich nor tho wagon woro injured In tho least. There was quito an excitement hero last Friday evening owing to the ap- pnaranco of a fugitive from Placer j county justice. About six o'clock Mrs. T. T. Lovojoy and daughter woro in tho- garden when a roan carno out of from tboold buryingground. Whon about 200 yards from thorn be and askcd which woro given to him. Knowing that a man of that dosciiption Finest Wines, and Cfgsrs. 'rsr.ted by tho Sheriff of Placer county, cat more for the general welfare of the puopiu tSie county-much of It gratis than the lawyer, doctor, or grocer. Lot us bear from other? on this Htihjnct, and if wo must economize lot us do so iu Biiiuo cttiur way than iio- nylni; our citizens mlortnalion wtitcn linn are enlilled lo and for which tho} paid. I'OM.Y TICKS, of tho Progress and Prosperity Society. Interesting items from Omo. After reposing in silence on these pine- clad hills lor several moons past I am awakened at last by the tlorco rays of old Sol, tho wiiir of, busy Iilo and industry. Within the past two or three months groat changes have boon wrought. A lady from Denver, Mrs. A. C. Atwood by name, came to our slumbering little Pierre's fiolden Medical Discovery cures because _it is a scientific preparation orig- inated by "a scientific man. It cures diseases of the _ stomach and other organs of uigestion and nutrition, purifies ths and establishes the body in sownd As the writer of the following letter "It is the best thing lor nervous- ness and for a weak run-down condition thr.j anybody would want. It gives a rson new life and new hloi." vest in tho Stillwagon mine. It is vory evident that she intends to stay from theextensi ve improvements being made. A boarding and sleeping house, a dwell- ing house with all the modern improve- ments and other, smal'or buildings havo been eroctod, besides an electric plant, consisting of a dynamo with sufficient power to generate a current for lighting and tn ouonitfi tho ohw.tric drills. Tho introduction of those drills markos a now era in mining in Califor- nia, as they are tho first to bo used on this Coast. They havo been success- fully operated In Colorado even in the hardest granite. Mr. Butler the. machin- ist at Stillwagon, tells us, so there Is every chance of their success here. A gasoline engine is expected daily. This. when sot up, will furnish poxver for tho mill and dynamo. Tho water supply proved inetlicient for furnishing power during the rainless summer hence gasoline wiii be used. McCarthy, friend of Mrs. At- wood and part owner of the mine, arrived from Colorado some days ago. She is decidedly u most pleasant woman and her company will certainly bo much appreciated by Mrs. Atwood. Tho danoo at Codar Grove for tho benefit of tho Indian Digging school, was a success financially and doubly BO socially. Forty -eight tickets were sold, person new life and new "Goldrn contains no alcohol and is iV-e from opium, caine and other narcotics. "I ranrt send lints to yon to let vou know how I nra grttln; along since taking wonderful medicine which cured me two writes MUs Bertha Kbeler. of 1416 Beaton Street. St. M" "I continue in good health and IhiuV then It not a bttttr tnwiicine on earth Dr. Pierce'i Golden Medical DUcoverr. It Is the best thing for and (or a weak, run-down condition that anybody would want It gives a person new Hie urnl ucw blumi. f o.u no-- day without feeling the least bit tired. I was very nervous and weak last summer. I took five bottles of Dr. Plena's Golden Medical Discovery and it made me feel like a new person." Dr. Picrce's Pleasant Pellets stimulate the liver. Sheriff's Sale Notice of Sale ol Keal bstate Under Hiecutlon 1C Jones i r John McKeevcr, j Hv vlrloe of HII KSIHM! 0111 of Ilio Superior of tlio County of Ainmlor, sinie of wherein R. D. Jones, I'lulnllir. anil John MeKecMT, Deleiulant. a judgment (lay of April, for the hum wveiiiy-llvc and (ii-IU) ilollurs, UwMI oioiii'y. with inten-s, nt hCVeii per i-eot per aiiiiutn, from April A 1> uliil I Invc iliUd.iy levied all Hie rluhl, title. elaliii. and luieiest of "aid ilefi'inliinl, .loli.i Ke'-ver, ..f >i> in fuiiiiM iotf ilesr; 1 real i-lale lyinic ami IM III tlie Coiinly ol Kl Diir.nlu, of Ciihf'irniii.vlr: Sortli lialf of Noiilh w.-sl quarter and xoutli half of imnliueM ipnirler of Ilfteei; it (HI north of ranue thirteen ill) east. M. Ii. II A- M I'nbllc notice Is hereby Klveu that I u III on i6th day ol September, A D. J90I. at the nonr of lOoYlock. a. m. ol said day in fronl of I lie Court House diKir.of HIP County of Kl Dorado, itell at public auction, for United Interval of Hald Defendant. John wi inneli an may lo Niifllelenl money to Kaliify nald judg- ment wlih Inicre.st und eonln, etc. to tho lilKhext und bcm bidder. A.s. DOSQCIT, sheriff. liie, AoKiini IMO. DELINQUENT NOTICE. Office of the Toll HOUK .lining Co., An- gelet. California. There Is delliKiiirnt upon Hie following de. on acennnl of axiieftfinient Irvleil what with donations and receipts from i holders, iu follows: supper, gave us alter paying for music 12.50. Tho following named per- sons purchased tickets: John Kohlort, A. H. Jlnkcrson, John Capploman, Ed- ward Levonton, Frank Martin, Henry June I lie >.cvcirtl op- plin itiH imme of tbu resiiectlvc iihare- 8. P. lewett. trustee for K II. l'erklnH...7l H, V, trustee for J Illalr f. C. I C C. I nl i no 200 i.n quit, John P. FLh-r, JD. Skinner, i Mio. LiMojo.y iiotiilod Charley Cracc.a J- r O'Donn'OI, i nopnty ol that county who wasvisuing Aetnt for Re-imported HUM1WHISKT. I tho Station. On Saturday tho man was F.vcrvthln? Ftrot-CIn'M nnd roudncliil In nn Orderly Manner. Mnln the Plaza. Placcrvlllo.iCiil. OO-LUOO GOuuiim BHAW U'JXES AND IO. 41 K 4Ui tad tlb. j SACRAMENTO CALIFORNIA DOCTORS Nature alone won 't do It. It needs oav "Scott's Emulsion Is the oest help." But you must continue Its use even In hot If you not tried It, fend for free Umple. SCOTT rear! Street. New Vork. jx. and all rroy. i erry, n. r rey, James Barkley, Earlo Smith, Bakor, S. A. Lainn, Laf. Stayton. John An- drows, Harvoy Irwin, Titos. Russell, Mury winaton Jennie Wlnalon........_.ia 3.KI I'nrrlo 11 Drlftln C.t 1.11 I Anna M fit I 41 Irtui And In anconlance wllh law.and an order of the Hoard of Directors made on Ibo lain, no ninny 01 eacn "lock may be day or June, will sold at the onVe of the Milliard Illoek. Ixix Aniieles on the ITIh dny Tryon, Richard Howo, Allen, I Colcinac McPhoo, Fred Perr1' (J. A. Dan Kail, .Ian. Vamli-r-j grift, Chas. Levcnton. Seth Lovlcss, T.yons, A. .f. Crnino, F. aid, Dave Bull. Dr. E. V. Tiffany, Goo. Upton, Henry Humpbrios.Chas. Fisher, Ferdlo Maylono, Oscar Davoy, John Loventon and J.' J. Lovonton. Tho day. lo pay delinquent nRsemuneiitn thereon, together with nnd ex. in-nsrn m" mri-mr. Itullanl ni.H-k, Notice of Pubiicsticn. I, (IFKK K ATSACUAMKNTd, t'AL.
lll bn rlulm. H-i.l ..ud proof will bo made he. I fore the lleuNJer and Receiver of the II.S.' nfllee at Sarrnmenlo. nn Friday (iei. Jamei H. Qrteley, Pacific l) who made II. K No. lit U for the x e K rt I W lind nnv It. I4c. M n. M. of our nooplo aro due to those "e the following wltneanca lo prove I hlsronllniioiu resilience upon eiilllva- 'h'jrrin. The and 1IIU1L UM'U. BEST IN THE WORLD. tad H Su., fin VI.T..I.. T n .1 JL __ iiiuuiiiao iiii B(
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