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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 29 June 1900

Estabiishea ? November?i, 185^ BITTEN BY A SAVAGE CANINE - .. :■..;... . : „..• c- ..-j \{ :.T !■;'»• ii '*» Brought Suit to Obtain Acci . dent Benefits; S A TWO Y»R OLD BOY ATTftGKED BY A GOW Father and Son Fight, the: Former Using a .Knife, the Latter His Fists. CALAVERAS COUNTY. Prospect. San Andreas, June 23, 1000. A little child of Jerry Holland was quite badly bitten by a dog last Sunday. He was over to his father-in-law's house with the child and had set the little one on the floor, when a strange dog came along and inflicted his bite on the child's neck. The dog was killed and the child is doing well. - A party consisting of A. . L. . Wyllie, John Bagglo and R. W. Martinoff left her© last Sunday for a weeks outing at I Crelghton's ranch on the Mokelumne. Mr. Martinoff, who came up to the country to see the Calaveras county bank in running order has completed ~/bb'laDora4nd the boys concluded Jo give him a taste of mountain air add mountain trout before his departure below. T...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 29 June 1900

THE AMADOR LEDGER Published Fridays by AMADOR COUNTY PUBLISHING COMPANY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Yeak (if not in advance) $3 00 One Year (in advance) 2 50 Six Months l 25 Thkee Months 75 Oni; or More Copies of the Ledger, each 10 Legal Advertising— Per Square— First Insertion $1 00 Subsequent Insertions— Per Square— each 50 P. BUFFIN6TON : : : : Editor and Manager FRIDAY JUNK 29, l'.tOO FOR PRESIDENT WILLIAM McKINLEY, of Ohio. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT THEODORE ROOSEVELT, of New York. STAND BY YOUR COLORS. If you want to constantly recruit first-time voters keep your political party in power. For just as certain as water will seek its level just so certain will the dominant political party ot a county, State or Nation secure a majority of the young men who arrive at their majority. It is natural to -go with the party in power and young voters, unless influenced by fathers and elder brothers, and not always then, will grav itate to the ranks of the party that is distributing the "loaves and...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 29 June 1900

LARGE MINING OPERATIONS The Fremont Property and >v 'Its. Works..:], (WAS, TOOLMNE AND II DORADO MINES Stockholder! Inspect the ! Works at the' Ford Mine.— Mining •- Centennial— Drytown. Superintendent L. A.' Gross of the Centennial mine was in ' Jackson ; last Saturday and exhibited samples of ore from the 630 level that he says will aa say $107 a ton and other levels that will go $60. This is very encouraging. Butte Basin Gravel ' Mine. Superintendent Stewart of the Butte -Basin Gravel Co., .has put up 'a* two - horse power whim recently. Gravel in the long tunnel has been encountered that will yield $16 per ton in places, tha average being about $4 a ton. Mr. Stewart expects to go to San Francisco today to confer with the officers of the company relative to other necessary improvements. Fremont— Amador. Among the. mining operations on a large scale, now under way ' in this county, the work under contemplation at the Fremont and Gover mines ranks second to none. At least $200,0...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 29 June 1900

NAPOLEON AT ST. HELENA. His Views on the Precaution* Taken to Prevent His Escape. One of the extracts from Dr. O'Mea ra's St Helena diavy. In The Century records Napoleon's views on the pre cautions taken to prevent his escape. He spoke anew about escaping and said .that if he was inclined to try It, which he was not, there were 95 chances in 100 against his effecting it. "But," said he, "this Jailer every week Imposes new and vexatious restrictions upou me, Just as if I was In a place where I had nothing to do but to step into a boat and be away. When I was at Elba, it was different It Is true that while one lives there is a chance of escape. Although ironed and chain ed down, inclosed in a cell of stone and every human precaution taken against a possibility of it, still there is a chance of escape, and the only way to prevent it is to put me to death. "This is the only sure way. Let him put me to death, and all uneasiness on the part of the European powers, Lord Castlereagh himsel...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 6 July 1900

Established :Noveniber-i, 1855. *♦?: ;» A RAZORBACK HUNT. ( ROUNDING UP THE HOGS IS LIVELY r AND EXCITING. WORK. ... „ ■ ||**«j Experience of Ons Rancher ' . Who, Instead of Doing: Bla Batch- ; t .:\ erlng Oat | In j the Bills, Attempted ' toDrlvißli Hoci to' Market.' ;■,.'>'! While it is generally "accounted 'that* jtbe sheep and Angora T goat., furnish most of the revenues to the rancher in (tie broken' and ' wooded country south of the Staked plains and west of the {Colorado river, it is nevertheless a fact that the razorback hog contributes a full share. Probably there Is no coun try anywhere better adapted to the production of cheap pork. _. The hills are covered with cedar and a great va riety of scrub oak trees,' and the can . yons '. and river ■ valleys I are - heavily wooded .with pecan and Spanish wal nut, so that there is always an abun dance of • excellent mast and it might be mentioned that the cedar berries -are considered equal to corn in lard pro ducing qualities....

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 6 July 1900

THE AMADOR LEDGER Published Fridays by AMADOR COUNTY PUBLISHING COMPANY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year (it not in advance) $'3 00' One Year (in advanced ; 2 50 Six Months Tbbee Months 75 One or More Copies of the Ledger, each 10 Legal Advertising— Per Square— First Insertion $1 00 Subsequent Insertions— Per Square— each 50 P. BUFFIN6TON : : . . Ed|tor and Manager FRIDAY j UL V 6, 1900 FOR PRESIDENT W WILLIAM McKINLEY, of Ohio. • * ' . . . F FOR VICE-PRESIDENT - ■ T THEODORE ROOSEVELT, of New York. Bryan, William Jennings Bryan of Lincoln, Nebraska, the individual who does . not believe in monopoly, has just given an exhibition of one-man power that is enough to startle "lovers of a Republic. This man from a prairie ham let, picks up the entire Democratic party of the United States of America, places it on his knee and spanks it into abject submission. Talk about imperialism, autocracy, monopoly and all the rest of the string, is there a man insane enough to deny that Bryan has shown ...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 6 July 1900

All Is Activity Along tha. Mother Lode. '/ FORD TO BE QNWATERED FOUR HUNDRED FEET -• Neil A. Carmichael Doisg Excellent Work On the Confidence • -;: : ::} CALAVERAS COUNTY- Prospect: L. H. Carver of the Table Mountain mine, situated between El Dorado and Sheep Ranch, spent Sun day in town and had a' short talk with a Prospect representative. Hu reports the outlook at the mine as very - favor able. The Table Mountain is a gravel proposition, the gravel being in the shape of a hard ceuient, requiring a ' - mill for crushing. At. present 12 men ,»re employed and the five-stamp mill crushes about U0 tons every 124" hours. An addition of another "five stamps will _. probably soon be.miido to t the mill. The mine is on a paying basis and suf ficient development work has been done" - to Insure continuous working for. a long time. . . .The Kilter mine near Xl Dorado in • this ■■ county, • has been incorporated.. The principal place of business is San . Andreas and the oapital'stock is $100,...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 6 July 1900

The Tale of a Cake. An east end car was ■ loaded down . . with shoppers, mostly women, j for it was in the middle cf the afternoon. Conversation was proceeding at a great rate. It was like a pink tea or- a ses ■ sign of the sewing circle. But all at- V once a hush fell over the fair chatter ers. A- negro lad entered, bearing in his arms an immense cake three or - four decks high and frosted over from . pit to dome, as they say ol a theater. There was a profusion of flowers by way of decoration, and delicate tracer ies .'of, gauzy lace completed the em - bellishments. | The cake was so large - that the negro could scarcely carry It. The cake told the whole story of the wedding, the bridesmaids, the orange flowers, the. flower girls and the ban quet afterward. Every feminine heart that street car was a-flutter as Its . owner gazed speechlessly upon the . evidence of a wedding to be. Finally, when the car stopped to let on- another passenger and everything ■was very still, one lady too...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 13 July 1900

Established November i, 1855. A DUEL THAT FAILED HONOR WAS SAVED WITHOUT THE SHEDDING OF BLOOD. Colonel Banker Tells Bow the Coda .Wm Oatrosred In the Preliminaries and Bow » Sungnlnar]- Outcome - "' Wm Happily Averted, -t- * "-■--:' [Copyright, 1900, hy C. B. Lewia.] "I had gone to a small town in Mis sissippi to rest and recuperate, suh," said the colonel as he restored his glass to the table, "to rest and recuperate after my hard work In the "state"sen ate. I hadn't beeu there a day when - I met up with a person who called him- Belt General Blum. He didn't have the look of a general, suh, but I didn't start in asking questions. I accepted his word that he had been a general accepted his word as " a gentleman does, and be invited me Into the near est barroom to Imbibe a cocktail. We didn't Imbibe. When the general called for drinks for two, his order was not taken. In other words, suh, as he didn't put down his money the'eock " tails remained unmixed. The general looked at me appe...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 13 July 1900

THE AMADOR LEDGER Published Fridays by AMADOR COUNTY PUBLISHING COMPANY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year (if not in advance) $3 00 One Year (in advance"! 2 50 Six Months 1 25 Thres Months 75 Oms or More Copies of the Ledger, each 10 Legal Advertising — Per Square — First Insertion $1 00 Subsequent Insertions— Per Square— each 50 P. BUFFIN6TON : : : : Editor and Manager FRIDAY JULY 13, 1900 FOR PRESIDENT WILLIAM McKINLEY, of Ohio. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT THEODORE ROOSEVELT, of New York. The Republicans of the Second Congressional District are talking of Hon. John F. Davis, of Amador county, as a likely nominee for Congress this year. Judge Davis is good "Congressional timber." — Nevada City Herald. THE SICKNESS IN JACKSON. In eighteen homes in this town one or more members have been or are now, ill, the large majority, however, we are happy to say, have had very mild attacks of the contagion ; so mild that in some instances the afflicted one has not been confined to his bed but a few days an...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 13 July 1900

FROM THE GOLD PRODUCERS Argonaut Miners Are Being Laid Oft ;; ; Mi EHORIOOS BODY Of ORE 11 THE BIRDEM The True Lance Has Good Ore.—Pre paring for the Resumption of work at the Omo. Ehetta Mine-Plymouth. Tbe locatiou of a permanent thaft on the Rhetta mine north of Plymouth will soon be decided upon. The drift ing north and south on the ledjje at the tunnel level has disclosed an extensive ore .ah'oot. The tunnel has been run in on tbe ledjrn. Tl.is property is con sidered good miuiuy: property, aud if the present prospects continue, there is a likelihood of . extensive workings. The ore is of a fair yrado and will justify the erection of a mill, and the promoters are j-onliilcnt of its success ful operation. Oneida— Jackson. Activity .is still .the order at the Oneida. The mill in rapiuly uearing completion. Work in the mine <roes on as usual. Argonaut— Jackson . The pay roll of tlto Argonaut mine has been decreased, owingr to the liti gatiou lietwoen the Argonaut and Kenned \ co...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 13 July 1900

One Wm Enough. That illustrious astronomer, Profess or Simon Newcomb, in an article on "Science and the Government" in The North American Review, gives an amusing instance of the ignorance even of . the most prominent politicians re garding the work of the greatest scien tists: "It is said that some 50 years ago the British academy had printed a few cop ies cf an important work for presenta tion to some foreigners who, from their prominence In the scientific world, were best entitled to be honored with the gift. Professor Airy, the astronomer royal, was requested to make a selec tion of the names. A ' few days after be had sent in his list he was informed by the secfttary of the admiralty that 'my lords' were struck by the number pf unknown names included and that they wished to make an Inquiry on the subject Airy asked the secretary for some specifications as to' the. names re ferred to. • « '-vyell, as an example,' said the sec retary, 'here is the name of Professor C. F. Gauss of...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 20 July 1900

J ; Established November. 1 , 1855 ZEB WHITE IN A CAVE -THE POSSUM HUNTER OF TENNESSEE TELLS OF A VISION. U Was About Coons and Possums by - the Hundreds In Uls Dream, Which, aa ETents Proved, Waa All a Mon strona, Tarnashnn Lie. "- .•: •[Copyright, 1900, by C. B. Lewis.) "The roof of our cabin had bin leakin fur half a y'ar, I reckon," began bid Eeb White as I asked him fur a story, "but as it didn't rain more'n once a week and as the leak didn't do any great hurt I wasn't breakin my back to flx It. The old woman didn't say nuth ln till one mawnin she got up with a headache and was techy. Seem how It tvaSj I didn't say nuthin to provoke her, but she burned her hand agin the stove, stubbed her toe and finally bust ed out on me. with: '"Zeb White, of nil the shackelty critters on this yere Cumberland moun ting nobody kin hold a candle to yo'!' • " 'What's wrong with me?'. says I. ; " 'Heaps and heaps of things. This old cabin is reg'larly fallin to pieces fur the want of a day's work...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 20 July 1900

THE AMADOR LEDGER Published Fridays by AMADOR COUNTY PUBLISHING COMPANY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year (if not in advance) $3 00 One Year (in advance 1 * 2 50 Six Months 1 25 Three Months .- 75 One or More Copies of the Ledger, each 10 Legal, Advertising — Per Square— First Insertion $1 00 Subsequent Insertions — Per Square— each • 50 : Entered at the Postofflce at Jackson as Second-class Matter. P. BUFFINGTON : : : : Editor and Manager FRIDAY JULY 20, 1900 FOR PRESIDENT ' - WILLIAM McKINLEY, of Ohio. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT THEODORE ROOSEVELT, of New York. • " ■ Every Republican voter is requested to register at once. Please perform this duty without delay. , The question of the incorporation of Jackson is again be ■ ing agitated, and this time several prominent property hold ers favor the plan. -If, as some aver, incorporation is the only solution of the sanitary problem, then by all means incorpor ate without delay, for this town must be cleaned aud kept clean. The property owners of J...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 20 July 1900

WORKING OF GOLD MINES Ford Mill Shut Down for Repairs. AN EXCILUNT RECORD OF THE SHEEP RANCH ■ j j A Ten-Stamp Mill for the Clio.—Pros pecting In Progress at the Ribbon Bock. CALAVERAS COUNTY Chronicle: The Ford mill* at San Andreas was shut down last Monday and we understand the run has proved * very satisfactory. The suspension, we are pleased to say, is only temporary, involving a matter of only throe or four weeks. D.i -ing this . tirao the shaft and works will be completely overhauled and repaired and prepara tions made for continuous work. Work on tho Louo Star'mine was suspended owin^- to their binnjj- minus a blacksmith. T!i-y rosuiuod work Sunday morning:. The Sheep Ranch mino, is located on the East Belt and has beun ono of tho most productive and steady paying mines in tho Stale, it having! turned out something-, between $.*S,OOO,OiHV and $4,000,000 since l*i~. It has been de veloped to a depth of 1200 ft»t and still good ore is known to oxi.st on tho bot tom. It. was ope...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 20 July 1900

THE HARDY GOAT. It -Can Be Made Valuable as a Dairy Animal. J The usefulness of the goat ia clearing foul lands and the profitableness of the nuimal for itj hair, skin and even car cass are becoming pretty well .under stood.-. But. the goat is valuable as a dairy animal. ~ If the cows,! for in stance, are being used for supplying a city 'milk trade, the keeping of goats for the- home milk supply wonld be an ■sc-fllent , policy. :: The goat- will -live Wheie.a cow .would starve, and, while It, like, every domestic animal, will do best on good pasture,: it will'llye.and yield milk on astonishingly little food. | The'' animal and its milk are almost entirely exempt from disease. . The milk is more nutritious than that of the cow and agrees with stomachs that cow's milk frequently offends. The animal requires only the cheapest kind of shelter, but it needs shelter from the storms and in winter. If by reason of drought soiling is necessary, leaves; vegetable refuse, peelings of the apple...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 27 July 1900

Established,- November i, if>ss'.| THE FUN IN BADNESS. IT IS POOR COMPENSATION FOR A . . CAREER OF CRIME. : V : . The Famous Lecturer, Q. Hope Jones, ' Cites Some Noted Cases In History to Prove His Contention That Con. ' edness Doesn't Pay. ■'..f [Copyright, 1900, by C. B. IJewis.] - ! .Fellow Citizens of Oshkosh—Permit . be to say that I am proud and grateful '(or this large attendance this evening. I Although the admission is free and everybody j came expecting a | chroino as a free gift I am grateful all the same. Before beginning my lectures it Is usual for me to take up a collection, and I will now proceed, with the task. This collection Is not necessarily an evidence of your good faith In any thing particular, but is Intended to pay . my back rent and laundry bills and assist me to reach Beaver Dam. It doesn't matter to the undersigned whether you give cheerfully or grudg- NERO, THK WEITEWASHER. lngly, bo long as you give. A liberal spirit on your part will still further e...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 27 July 1900

THE AMADOR LEDGER Published Fridays by , AMADOR COUNTY PUBLISHING COMPANY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year (if not in advance) $3 00 One Year (in advance) 2 50 Six Months •. l 25 Three Months 75 One or More Copies of the Ledger, each 10 Legal Advertising— Per Square— First Insertion _. . .$1 00 Subsequent Insertions— Per Square— each 50 Entered at the Postoffice at Jackson as Second-class Matter. P. BUFFIN6TON : : : : Editor and Manager FRIDAY JULY 27. 1900 FOR PRESIDENT WILLIAM McKINLEY, of Ohio. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT THEODORE ROOSEVELT, of New York. Those of our citizens who are giving the subject of whether it is better to incorporate and. clean up or clean up without incorporating, should be careful not to confound the old and expensive law under which Sutter Creek .was incor porated with the new and much less expensive law. Some of our most conservative property owners have taken pains to look up the new law in relation to the incorporation of cities of our class and they are now con...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 27 July 1900

THE MOTHER LODE MINES ' The Modoc Mine Will Soon . Be Operated, .. THE SHIFT Of THE FORD 10 BE RETIRBERED Prospect* at the Hidden Treasure.— The Sunnyside.— Richmond Closed Down. Defender— West Point. The 6haft at the Defender mine near West Point Is now down about . 300 feet, with sinking- still in progress. . A four-stamp mill is kept working on ore taken out during the development work. The milling -rock varies from #10 to $20 per ion. while the sorted ore which is sent direct to the smelter goes .as high as $70. This property brings excellent returns to the-. ' fortunate owners.- Modoc Volcano. . ' _tf the e\|Kx:tations of interested par ties are carried out.- the Modoc prop erty will soon bo pouring tbo precious gold into the coffers of the promoters. . There is every indication of a good mine, and Truman Schenk, president of the Del Monte Milling Company* is making preparations lo lihvu a tunnel run about twenty feet to uieet the ledge. This will be tho preliminary step. Last ...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 27 July 1900

HOT SLASH. A Delicacy That Is Priced by New Orleans Negroes. "Did you ever hear of an edible known as 'hot sl.-ish?' " asked a citizen ■who always keeps an eye open for life's little oddities. "No? Well, I'm not surprised. I discovered it myself .-only yesterday through a chance visit to the river front. It was about 11 o'clock in the morning, and I was loaf- Ing around the far end of the North eastern fruit wttarf waiting for a man, when a strapping big negro rushed up and bawled out: 'Hot slash! Hot slash!'. . "I 6uppo6ed he was addressing him oelf to me. but before I could think up soir.p graceful aud appropriate bit of repartee at least a dozen other strap pins dnrkies came tumbliug out from behind a pile of barrels, where a crap game had evidently been in progress, and started on a dead run for a nearby alleyway. "None oi them had asked any ques tions, and, needless to say, my curios ity was highly excited, so I trailed along in the rear and at the oilier end of the alley found...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
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