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EL DORADO COUNTY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 23 March 1900
EL DORADO COUNTY. Mountain Democrat: The Wagner mine near Kelsey has been bonded to a company of * San 1 Francisco capita'lis^s, 1 and frtom dppeararice's'tney' purpose developing; the property on mining and scientific principles, 1 as during thg-TYJie'^ nast tt»byK4feV"&amp;4 'B^ft a'c&amp;ntract wjtfi R. M. Zimmerman for the erection Of a small-slzod mill for Its thorough pros- ► pooling.
PLYMOUTH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 23 March 1900
PLYMOUTH NEWS. A Pleasant Time is Had at a Birthday Farty-The St. Patrick's Ball. Plymouth, March 21, 1900. A birthday party was given in honor of Miss Laura Clifton last Friday evenIng. ) A pleasant time was enjoyed by all who attended. The guests were: Misses Laura Clifton, Anna Little, Amy Boddy, Bulutha Dyer. Kate Bunker, Alice Clifton, Edith Little, Valla Potter, Tillle Wtae, Cella Nlnuis, Grace Wise, Mrs. ...H. ' Cupps, .. Mrs. Alice Wheeler, Mrs.'Lucy Livingston; Messrs. Herbert Cupps, Jim Dovore, Jonathan Bunker and William Boddy. Miss Clifton received many well selected presents. Master Cleveland Jones, of Jackson, came over Monday of last week to stay for some time with his guardian, A. J. Cram. The ball given on the eve of St. Patrick's day was well attended and proved a financial success. Mrs. Glasson, who has been very sick for the past month, is reported still very low. When Mr. A. Hawkins was coasting down Potter's Hill a little seven-year-old boy purposely ran in the...
AMADOR CITY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 23 March 1900
AMADOR CITY. Andrew Hooe, Late of the Keystone Mine, Is How Employed at the Oneida. Amador City, March 20, 1900. ■ * Mr. Bartlett and wife visited Jackson Saturday. Mr. James Bennetts aud wife have gone to the city for an extended visit with their daughter, Mrs. Jeffrey. Mr. W. L. Fuller of Plaoerville, is the guest of Mrs. H. B. Hinkson. W. Williams and family of Kennedy, visited relatives in Amador Sunday. John Mooney and sister, of Plymouth, visited relatives in Amador Tuesday. Myrtle Gonsolas, Josie Newell, Laurel Lathleen and* Lila Pengally, visited friends )as.t Wednesday in Amador. :_ J]":/. 'Mr. Richard Bennetts, accompanied by his sisters, Irene and Louise, and hla uncle, Mr. Caroline, visited relatives in lone Sunday. Arthur Palmer and James Bodinar visited relatives in Jackson Saturday and Sunday. John H. Moon visited relatives in Amador Sunday. Mr. Noce has been successful In obtaining employment at the Oneida mine. Quite a number of men from. Grass Valley have been empl...
He Ijieases the People. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 23 March 1900
He Ijieases the People. McMillan makes a fine display at his door pf medallions in water colors, FotQ jewojry and stamp novelties— all the very latest. He also exhibits some of the very latest oval and long panels in carbon prints. Patrons of his gallery can always be assured of the very latest styles in all branches of the Foto Art. He would advise mothers to bring their chj}d.re,n f#r Bifltfls ?n. ih'e niarniug, from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m. being the best hours for them. 2-23-tf
BTAGE TRAVEL. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 23 March 1900
BTAGE TRAVEL. The Baggio Stage Lines Are Condneted By ': Competent Driven. The Raggio stage lines (rgm Jp,ne tp Jacks.p.n'so4 Sutfer, 'are doing a good business, judging from last Sunday's travel. When the train reached lone, Agent Gondon found that his way bill, when all noses had been duly counted, called for seats in the Jackson and Silttor stages far nineteen or twenty passengers, ana a pile of baggage about the size of a Sutro Height's sand dune. In 'the best' of' good nature, Chris and J 3&amp; a&lt;s Witt Q-Pflimeii,' the uoapeotivo drivers of the three stages, fell to and stored the baggage, aftor which the passengers were assigned seats and made as comfortable as possible. All this was done in a very short space of time, bus without any bustle or false inoilo'ns ana witho'uj ad^'bath ''being ut'Wred.' Raggio's drivers' are gentlemen. ' V:" ■'-''*: ' ' 1 When 1 every thirig 'was "all set,'.' ft plJer Dgan gf SacramentQ occupying the seat of honor by the side ...
DOCUMENTS RECORDED. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 23 March 1900
DOCUMENTS RECORDED. V:. t . deeds. . 5 J. Newman et uz to J. Poalson— Lot 4, block 2, Newman addition, lone'; t230. ; . . ' H. Osborne et ux to H. C. Love— Land In Kennedy Flat; 130. •-•:• ■ .. ; . : •:&gt;. •■■•:&lt;-■ Lev! Goss to Mary Goss— Land in section 29. township 6 north, range 10 east ; tl. '.',. I Mary Goss to Fred Questo et ux— Same as above; 110. ■ . 4 • • ' ', &lt;" W. J. MoGee et al to Globe M*,&amp; H. Co.Land in section 23; $10. . • r&lt;* ;*V V. Talenti to J. Luttrell et ux— Lao*, in Pine Grove ; 11. mfes ;*s3n ' J Luttrell to A. ' W. Kimball et ;U— Same as above; 11.- : - ■ . ' -v.. .&lt; '■■ ', -•&gt;*♦ ' » G. F. Smith et al to S. M. Kostcr otial— Lots 1 and i and EM of SW'i • o( section 30,' township 5 north, range 10 east; ilO, •. ,•■&gt;:. ■ . ■•■:: &gt;. '. _ . . Delia Vivian to Wm. Sooble— Land In Plymouth; 150. .. ; , . -1 Alice Barnard to F. Orr — Land in sections 12 and 18. township 7...
Bead This Carefully. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 23 March 1900
Bead This Carefully. The ice-cream season has begun and those wishing a cool refreshing drink should go to Cain's Superior. Candy Factory. Why? Because it... ls the neatest and most convenient. place in town. ' Its affable proprietor will soon have eight • handsomely furnished booths for the accommodation of bis patrons. The crushed fruit ho uses in his flavors, and he has a great variety. is of the freshest obtainable. His icecream sodas are pronounced the best in town. His confectionery is fresh and of a superior quality. Hot j tomales every night. 3-16-2t
The Second Hold-Up.' [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 23 March 1900
The Second Hold-Up.' A San Andreas dispatch dated last Monday, March 19th, says: "At about 5 o'clock this evening the Milton and Copperopolis stage was held up by a lone highwayman. As the stage was nearing the mining camp of Hodson a masked man with a double-barrel shotgun stepped out from" the roadside and ordered the driver to -hail. .! ' : r "The driver and three passengers wore ordered tp handover their valuables, whiohthey did. The total value of the booty secured . will not exceed $17. The- mails were untouched. This stage, line does not carry .Wells, Fargo's express. ; "Sheriff Thorn was notilied by wire of the hold-up and has a description of the man. This is the second hold-up within a week in this county. ": . " ' • ' • __•_■' i ■
Resolutions of Respect. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 23 March 1900
Resolutions of Respect. At a regular meeting of the Order of Chosen Friends, we, the undersigned committee, was appointed to draft resolutions of respect. Whereas, It has pleased our supreme chanoelor of the universe in his providence to remove from our midst our brother and P. C, J. A. Butterfleld. therefore be it . : Resolved, That in his departure this Lodge has met with an affliction that is keenly felt by its members, and while thus bereft would submissively bow to the will of "Him, wlv&gt; doeth all things well.'.' ■ ': * Resqlved,- That by hfs gentle a.nd eotirteous deportment aqd, uniform kindness of heart our brother endeared himself to the membership, and while we mourn the vacant place In our ranks we look forward, to a. reunion on high where the burdens of life are all laid down and the mysteries a.ll unfold, ' ' !: Resolved., Tha,t we extend our sympathy to the bereaved wife and family and a copy of these resolutioes be presented to the family of our late brothe...
Pink Tea and Cake Walk. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 23 March 1900
Pink Tea and Cake Walk. On Friday evening, March, 3flth, an entertamiqerit wjl| tte given in the M. I E. churcl} under the auspices qf the Ladies' Aid Sqciety aqd the choir. U will be in tho form, of a pinl? tea, and those who. attend will be ontertainod with a musical programme and 'novel cake walk. Admission will be 25 cents. Refreshments will be served during the evening without extra charge. i" r
Elect Officers. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 23 March 1900
Elect Officers. 'A^th.A'a.rin^aj'qgaet'tag q| the stook» holders of the Jackson Gold Mining and Milling Company, held at Jackson, Cal., March 20, 1900, the following officers were elected for the ensuing year: President, Charles Peters; Vice-Presl-dent, E. A. Freeman; Treasurer, E. Ginocchio: Secretary, W.. IJ." yifiyis. D A r^« r a^-G n arje^'t«etera, YES.V ES. A. Freeman, George W. Brown, E. Ginocchio and George F. Van de Mark.
Doing Nicely. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 23 March 1900
Doing Nicely. Vernon Hawkins, the nine-^e^r-old son of Landed Hawkins "of "the"Central "Hotel, who was injured in the Zeila mine sawmill several weeks ago is on the road to recovery. If no un-looked-for relapse tajces plapp,' the lad vr\\\ b&lt;s about again in due time.
Visitors From Volcano. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 23 March 1900
Visitors From Volcano. The Masonic fraternity of Jackson had several visitors f rom various par^s of 'the n\gh't! Frp.m sever* tjrethern wero present as follows; p., A., Olute, O, Bradshaw, A. Grlllo, L. H. Cook, Mike Übben, Alexander McCrea, George . Lucot. They wore, well entertained.
SHORT LOCAL NEWS ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 23 March 1900
SHORT LOCAL NEWS ITEMS More Houses to Go TJp In Jackson. MOTHER OF MRS. HEPBURN DIES 111 GHIGAGO The Promoters of the Jackson and lone Railway Inspected the Line This Week. lone flour is Peerless. If you want good bread, buy only Peerless flour. 3-16-tf J. E. Barnes of the lone Echo, was In town Tuesday. . . -'';" Miss Hilda Clough is confined to her home with illness. Attorney Wm. J. McGee is here this week trying ca&lt;&lt;es in court. W. B. Horr has completed the Justus hou«» in the Peek Addition. . _ ■ ' William Jones was a passenger on the incoming stage Saturday evening. • Mr. and Mrs. Will. A. Newcum are visiting friends In Suisun this week. ■ We call attention to Peterson's clos-ing-out sale. See advertisement in this E. C. McWayno and Miss Edna McWayne, of Drytown, visited Jackson Monday. lono Flour Mill is a home industry and makes the best- flour. Why not patronize it? 3-16-tf Late dispatches indicate that the Boers are preparing to make overtures for peac...
SUPERIOR COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 23 March 1900
SUPERIOR COURT. M. Rossi vh J. Garibaldi— Trial continued. Grace Ma:r vs James W. Marr— Trial. Decree of divorce granted. Milton Bearce vs Byron A. Bearce— Trial in progress. ; . , N. Radovich, administrator of the estate of John Fullen, vs Kate Fallen-Case compromised out of court. Judgment of dismissal entered. Estate of Wm. Spray— Order to mortgage prope'ty. -"; v. Estate of Elizabeth J. MoWayne— Edna M McWayne appointed executrix upon filing a bond of 12900. ; •-: Estate of Alvinza A. Van Zandt— Hearing on annual account had and submitted . Estate of Geo. Moore— Decree of distribution. Guardianship of Blanche Moore et al. minors Order of sale of personal property. Estate of John Fullen-Order to compromise civil actions. Ueoree establishing notice to creditors. Estate of Frances Parlin— Decree establishing notice to creditors. Guardianship of Matilda Gilardi, a minorOrder discharging Florence Giannini and appointing Lena H. Grady as guardian. ' NEW ESTATE. Estate of Simone MolUno...
Standard Electric Comapny. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 23 March 1900
Standard Electric Comapny. The work of repairing the old power plant is well under way and probably will be in readiness for the transmission of electric energy within a few weeks. At the new plant, work, is being pushed with all possible dispatch, under the efficient management of Mr. Allison. A force of twelve or fourteen men, under the foremanship of Hugh Vere, will be sent to Bear River early next week. Supplies for the new pla,n,t a.re heing hauled daily fyfim, lone, all of the eompa.ny l $ ten-mule teams being engaged inthework v , Mrs. Calvin Zimmerman, Miles burg, Pa. says, "As a speedy care for coughs, colds, croup and sore throat One Minute Cough Cure (s, utuaciualed. It is pleasant for children, \fy take. I heartily recommend i( mothers/ 1 His the only hara^estj TOnpdy. th,a,t produces immediate resqlts- V- cures hronohitis, pneumonia, grippe and throat and lung diseases. It will prevent consumption. City Pharmacy.
At Sutter Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 23 March 1900
At Sutter Creek. The Jackson Histrionic Cml» pre&lt; sented "Queen's. |JvWeßoe" to the peftP.*o of butter Creek last Monday night, the audience being well pleased with the performance. Owing to other attractions the audience wa£ not as' large as it otherwise would have been. Tomorrow night the Sutter Creek Dramatic Company will give a ceturn play in Jackson and, will, no doubt, be greeted with a largo and appreciative, audience.
Dressmaking. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 23 March 1900
Dressmaking. Summer is near and ladies and children are preparing for it. The neatest and most fashionable dressy etc. k are made at pricey w,\th^n the. reach of all by Mn^ES &gt; Bo,'TTq anix Mu.qforp, Mrs. !SchVa irtz'sresi rtz'sresi l den,ce v Broadway, Jackispi*. : ; : "="'"_ . 3-16-3t Give as daily some GOOD BREAD— Pioneer flour makes the best. ' ■ • Mrs. Harriet Evans, Hinsdale, 111., writes, 'I never fail to relieve my children from cruup at once by using One Minute Cuugh Ctire. ' I would not fe v l sate without ft.v. Quickly cults coughs, toms^'-Krippb and all throat and luos disease. Oltj PSarm»cj.