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EFFECT OF WATER STORAGE [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 30 March 1900

EFFECT OF WATER STORAGE Would Mean Great Mining Development. . MINERAL WEALTH DEPENDENT UPON IRRIGATION Reclaiming Lands For Settlement.— Even Artesian Well Water " Is Enriching;. A great share of the West is today almost as much an undiscovered country, as it was before the cry of' gold was heard from California. Mountains of untold richnesss lie undeveloped and desolate, surrounded by burning plains and barren wastes. Not only gold but the baser metals are locked in countless tons in the rocky bosoms of the western sierras. And why are they not mined? Why does not capital flow in to make the boulder and the earth unburden' their treasures for man's use? Why? Because of lack of water; Because of lack of transportation. Torrents of immense volume rush down the slopes' during the period of melting of snows and spread away ; in * glistering streams through the brown valleys or over broader plains, out in a little while their volume wanes and anon they are but dry beds of sand, support...

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AMADQR LODE SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 30 March 1900

AMADQR LODE SYSTEM. The Little Amador Mine the Second Quart* Mine Worked }n California. y. ' [BY JOHN A. FAPU..[ The socpnd cju^rtz m|ne wprkod in Calif prnia was th,e Qrjginal Amadpr, more generally known "as the Little Amador mine. This mine adjoins the Spring Hill location on Amador creek, running to the north a full claim in length. The lode formation here was very much as that described in the Spring Hill or hanging wall.yeip pf the Keystone fissure. In' this mine, however, fhere'was'but one regular ledge or vein. For 380 feet in depth the quartz was of a high grade, the wall regular with a dip pf sixty : fiye degrees to the east. The. hanging wall here became broken from the effect of a cross-dike shattering the main north and south dike disrupting the lode, which became impoverished, the quartz and slates becoming shuttered and the gold-bearing material so diffused that it did not pay profitably in its operations. Here, however, is one of the evidences so often met with in th...

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UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 30 March 1900

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA. University Will Send- An Expedition to Georgia to Witness the Eclipse. University of California, March 22, 1900.— When the sun is blotted oat on May 26th, the Lick Observatory astronomers will record the total eclipse by photographs and spectroscopic charts. William H. Crocker has given $1000 ' to the University of California to send an expedition to Union Point, Georgia, to witness tho eclipse. The astronomy students at Berkeley will make the preliminary computations. Four outsiders of caliber have been secured as special lecturers in the next summer session of the University. Professor Edmund C.Sanford,theClark University psychologist; Dr. Frederick L. Burk, head of the San Francisco, and Dr. C. C. Van Liow, head of the Chico State Normal School, will give coursea in , pedagogical psychology. Professor Clyde- A. Duniway of Stanford will lecture on English and American history. The summer school will offer courses in pedagogy, history, Latin, . mathematics...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 30 March 1900

2 HO— For nAI TIP it ~" szzmm^) , if Sll[fiBlBililBllj pi 1';1 '; ft^g^fCig^ jU^ aid Jl V AMk. I* «l? 1 Saturday, April 7, 1900 j fl Immense Spring and Summer Goods If S Opening. ' - % m Handsome Spring and Summer Milli- ill H» nery. Opening. • , . |Jt g Over One Hundred and Twenty-five ff H Styles New. York Shirt Waists. | 8 |iii^ | ij UJMtaker & Ray's Excursion train leaves lone m m " at 8:45 a. m. and returning leaves Gait jlf m about 5 p. m. enabling all who attend the sale ll M ample time to make- their purchases and reach ■ft w home in good season. m If Here is an opportunity fe atqck yp on everything H ll f lone to Gait and return - - 75c i^ Wt [vniiDcinu TinifcTo J Carbondale to Gait and return 50c Wl m mmm mm 1 Clay to Gait and return" - - 25c M HJ. I Conley to Gait and return - 25q g| M Sixty Salesnigß \o wait on you. 18 I 111 BRASS BfIND WILL PLfIY DURING THE SRLE g m REFRESHMENTS SERVED FREE, W M? - . - - - . fig

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 30 March 1900

MISCELLANEOUS. If a medal were awarded for the most perfect temperance medicine prepared for family use it would IWRISKEV \ ry— to Doctor kK!@.. - Kerce's Golden l jL l . . Medical Discov- ' MORI UM'I «7- Thi? mcdi- ' > ~^ < ■ I cine which is • . lira© . entirely non-alco-I' (f* Pi> (f* /»> |J*NI (W ' I k°K c and • non'feavy WMIInJ ig. I narcotic, prodnces actual strength, instead S^ O*"*^£a\. of the simulated f.fs ty \ strength which rem \ suits from the use {medical- jss^r— ■■ V .■ - a numbing narcoThe many and .., \ -~ remarkable cures „ . resulting from the use of "Golden Medical Discovery" prove the soundness of Dr. Pierces theory that in these days of haste and hurry the stomach is the common • breeding place of disease. These cures also prove the soundness of Dr. Pierces reasoning that "diseases which originate in the stomach must be cured through the stomach." The " Discovery "is a medicine for the stomach and other organs of diges...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 30 March 1900

LAWYERS. E. A. FREEMAN Attorney-at-Law JACKSON, CAL. Office In Marelia building, corner Main and Court streets. D. B. SPAGNOLI Attorney and Counselor at Law - Jackson, Cal. Practice in all the States and Federal courts. Office: Spagnoli building, opposite Hall of Records. A. Caminetti Attorney and Counselor at Law - Jackson, Cal. Will practice In all the State and Federal courts. TiOBERT C. BOLE ' i-Attorney-at.Law " ~ Jackson, Cal. Office: ' Farley building, Summit street. T^-EIL A. MACQDARRXE - Attorney and Counselor at Law Jackson, Cal. Office: Spagnoli block, Courthouse square. T W. CAXDWELL . A,':' " Attorney-at-Law Jackson, Cal. Will practice In all courts of the State Ty H. WILLIS ... Attorney-at-Law Jackson, Cal. Office: With E. A. Freeman. Practice In State Courts. JOHN r. UAVIB Jackson, Cal. Office on Summit Street, opposite Courthouse. JACOB L. SARGENT ATTORNEY — Jackson, Cal. . Office: Marelia building. Court street. Mines and mining laws a specialty. :■ • „ . ■ NOTARIES...

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BRYAN AT SACRAMENTO. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 30 March 1900

BRYAN AT SACRAMENTO. Wm. J. Bryan, the great Democratic Moses from Nebraska, orated in Sacramento last Monday night. The eloquent apostle of Democracy was greeted with a large audience, but he failed to present anything new of enticing. The feast savored strongly of chestnuts, and was simply a rehash of his stereotyped arraignment of the Republican party. It is not likely that this chief of the 16 to 1 policy will ever succeed in extricating himself from the tangle he has got hiinsel into. The more he argues the dead questions the farther he gets from the White House, and the deeper he plunges his paity into the quagmire of political disaster. The key notes of his speech were: First, "Objection to anything and everything the Republican party stands for." Second, "The Silver Question." Third, "The Trusts." Fourth, "Imperialism and the Philippine policy." .The first point it is not necessary to notice. His opinion of the Republican party has never been exalted. The silver question is ...

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FROM AROUND THE COUNTY [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 30 March 1900

FROM AROUND THE COUNTY Fell From a Wagon and Is Badly Hurt. AN ENTERTAINMENT IT SHENANDOAH VALLEY News From Amador City.— Charles Lane of the Utica Is Given a Good Time.

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CANYON GLEANINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 30 March 1900

CANYON GLEANINGS. Charles Burnetti Injured By a Falling Bock In a Mine. Canyon, March 28, 1900 Mr. Charles Lane and Mr. Smart of Angels paid Canyon a visit last week. Mr. Sells and family have moved into tho house of J. Dohman. Messrs. J. Dohman and J. Crane of Plymouth, visited Canyon last week. Misses Emma Faretta and Laura Stivers returned to their homes at Smith's Flat yesterday. Miss Faretta has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Ed Christian, for tome time, j and Miss Stivers returned lo her studies. Charles lim neui met with the misfortune of having his back bruised by a falling rock in the mine. He has returned to his homo. ■-• ' Mr. Johnson of French Creuk met an accident a few days ago, by falling from his wagon which caused two ribs to be broken from the backbone, and also was bruised badly. -Hoj is in a serious condition at this writing. Mr. Ed Kane and family are in the city. A social ball "was given on St. Patrick's ove in Brindupkey's hall. Music was furnished by the Fols...

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SAENANDOAH VALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 30 March 1900

SAENANDOAH VALLEY. An Entertainment Is Given In the Shenan- doah Valley School House. Shenandoah, Valley, March 28, '00. An entertainment was given at the school house last Saturday evening under the management of Professor F. M. Nbrris for the. purpose oi raising funds to procuru v Dag. It was a great success socially, and financially surpassed the expectations of those who bad the enterprise most at heart. The partition between the two rooms of the school house had been removed, the stage occupying the ontire space of the smallor one, while thelargor ono was crammed to the door, many of the auditors having to stand. Spectators were present from Plymouth, Auk urn, Bridgeport and Drytown, tbo latter town being represented by the "Can and Will" society of that school. The audience, though crowded to discomfort, was good-natured and thoroughly enjoyed t ho entire programme, which was well chosen and excellently rendered. The programme opened with the solo "The Hoodo Man" by Todd C. Wo...

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AMADOR CITY, [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 30 March 1900

AMADOR CITY, Doings In and Around Amador City Are Beported. Amador City, March 27, 1900. " Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Phillips of Plymouth visited friends here Saturday. Nellie .Hambley, accompanied by P vida Creamer, visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday. Alvs, Abbptt/ who represents "The Florence Cr£tenpn""jyprk ; Jeft Amador Saturday l< ontjnue fogr vftH? '*"? S, Sl"S l " toi and Jackson. Miss Alpha Martin, who has been visiting friends in Modesta, returned Sunday. Miss Prances Mooney of Plymouth is visiting relatives here. Mr. George Gleason, who has been in Dakota, returned. last; week to visit friends and relatives In Madera county. Mr. Towner, the gospel singer arrived Saturday night. John Moyle, accompanied by his two sisters, -Susie Moyle and Mrs. Cole, and Mr. Northey, visited relatives here Sunday. Mrs. Susie Inman spent a few days last week in Jackson. William McCormick of Plymouth is visiting relatives here. Mrs. J. Esola is visiting relatives in New Chicago. Miss...

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AUKUM NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 30 March 1900

AUKUM NOTES. Changed the Wheels of His Buggy, But He - Didn't Know the Difference. AVKUM, March 26, 1900. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Uhling-er is quite ill. '". " : ". : \ Sadie Wrigglesworth and Mamie Perry .were visitors at the Pigeon Creek school last Friday. •*- V' j Mr. and Mrs. J. Cruson of Shenandoah Valley visited their ! daughter, Mrs. William Sharp, Sunday. The L. T. L. of Aukum will give an entertainment at Wrigglesworth's hall on Saturday evening, April ]4th. Quite a number of the young people from this place attended the entertainment at Shenandoah Valley Saturday night.' 'V-t; Mrs. Fannie Votaw of Evening Shade is visiting her daughter Mrs. N. Perry. The W. C. T. U. met at Wrigglesworth's ; hall Sunday and it was well attended. ■••; Mr. Frank Traganza, who has a mine here, contemplates going to his home near Sheldon soon. A good natured gentlemen,, whose name 1 will not mention, had a practica! joku played on him a few days ago. IJoing a man of jokes some mischievou...

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GRAND VIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 30 March 1900

GRAND VIEW. W. W. Hummer Was Given a Party and a Good Time Was Had. Grand ViJSW, M.arch 2Q, 1900. Miss Urzula Yager and Miss Ethel Olson of lone were visitors at the Camp Qpra schopl last Friday afternoon. Adrlen Frederick pf Sunset Valley paid the county seat a Hying business trip last Friday. Henry Langford, one of our leading citizens, was in lone on Thursday of last week. Mrs. U. 8., IJorr paid her friends at lone a pleasant visit on Wednesday pf last week. John Wharff and W. Vanderbilt pf Camp Qpra made a business trip tp lone and Ruena Vjsta recently. Ben M. Horr and wife pf Sunset Valr ley paid the city of Jackson a short visit on Thursday of last week. At this writing the weather is warm and delightful, and the crops are looking fine. W. W. Plummer, the Grand View rancher, is treating his residence at this place to a new coat of paint. He js also making other improvements on bis ra.neb ; Theodore Frederick pf Sunset galley paid lone a short visit Saturday. Mrs. Vandorbilt an...

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PLYMOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 30 March 1900

PLYMOUTH. The ladies' Aid Society Will Oire An Ice Cream Social Benefit. A social dance was given in honor of Mr. Chas. Lane, one of tho owners of the famous Utica mine of AngelsCarap, last Thursday, March 22d, ' ' Mr. 1.-Kahn of San Francisco, who has been here for the past week on business, returned to his home last Saturday. ii Plymouth was well represented at the entertainment given by the Shenandoah school, March 22d, to raise funds for the purchasing of a flag. William McQuen pf Canyon spent a few days in Plymouth last week. The Ladies' Aid Society are preparing to give an ice cream social next Saturday for' the benefit of Mrs. Martin. Miss Edith Coster returned home this evening from a six weeks' visit to friends at Grayson, Stanislaus county. A show entitled tho "War Drama" will bo in town next Tuesday, April 2. : Miss Emma Norman, Accompanied as far as Carbondalo by Euguene Dennison, returned to San .Francisco today. Mrs. S. Beal of Latrobe is a guest of her daughter, Mrs. ...

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The Finest Building Lots. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 30 March 1900

The Finest Building Lots. Remember that W. P. Peek has the finest building- lots for sale in Jackson. Terms easy. See display advertisement in this paper, 3-2-tf

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 30 March 1900

ANTONE RATTO Carpenter and Contractor XFSTIMATES GIVEN ON ALL KINDS OF JQj work. Jobbing and repairing work attended to promptly. Address at Fregulia's sbop, Broadway, Jackson. - — . -. ■ w ■ ' ■ Entirely New " Spring and Summer Goods f ■„'■■."■ ililiii ... Silk Waist Patterns Corded Taffetas ■ ' ' | <• Satines Glavinovich Corded Madras & . Parker , ■ Fancy Dry Good NotionsDEALERS IN Organdies GENEjiAL MERCHANDISE Dimitris V Jackson, Percales ■ Ladies' and Gents Footwear Straw, Crash and Felt Hats 4» fjh A full line of Children and Youth's Suits

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 30 March 1900

LEGAL NOTICES. Assessment Notice. Amelia Gold Mining Company.— Location of principal place of business, San Francisco, California.' Location of ' works, Amador county, California. ' NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AT a meeting of the Board of Directors, held on the ninth day of February, 1900, an assessment (No. 4) of Two and One-half Cents per share was levied upon the capital stock of the corporation, payable immediately in United States gold coin, to the Secretary, at the office of the company, No. a» Sansome street. Room 4, San Francisco, California. • ' m Any stock upon which this assessment shall ■Sffi i^IP"!".. 011 the fourteenth day of April, . ' wi! be delinquent and advertised for sale at public auction; and, unless payment is made before, will be sold on MONDAY, the 7th day of May, 1900, to pay the delinquent assessment, together with costs of advertising and expenses of sale. - •-.'-.- By order of the Board of Directors ' ' • r,m ' '« j£ SCH UMACHER, Secretary. Office— No. 3...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 30 March 1900

MISCELLANEOUS. The Doctors That Cure! Dr. Jamison & Co. THE ENGLISH, GERMAN AND AMERICAN SPECIALISTS . For the purpose of Introducing our latest method of treating and curing all Chronic and Complicated diseases, we will for the Next Six Months, treat all cases absolutely free of charge. That is, making no charge for our services. When you aro cured you will then become an advertising medium through which .we will, directly or Indirectly, get many cases. ' The benefits to be derived from this system of treatment will be mutual., If you are sick or ailing call and see us, as this may be your only chance to receive our services free. , • \ WE CURE Nervous Debility '■ Wasting Weakness Unnatural Losses Blood Poison if." Hydrooele . „ ■ Varicocele . Rupture .. > . Bladder Diseases Special Diseases Sufferers should call and see the Dootors whe all. No mineral or other dangerous drugs are Herbs, Barks and Berries ; are Fresh, Pure and I Kidne SE ■ Stomach Diseases - ...

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