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Suicidtypt the Gw*. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 12 January 1900
Suicidtypt the Gw*. A man named* Hfeyton, aged about thirtyt'five yeatif- corrtmittoi^uiculi^t theco©pres»^p)ant oU thet^ivin i&amp;no WednSsaay&amp;igt. : Thurlaay He was on night shift at tho plant and shut it down at about 10:30 p. m. After j.rj-ing to , i;ing him ,up &gt;he*htwd oHice sent a man down to see what was the matter, at about 2 a. m. -' He found tho place open but shut down, ijq ho, went out to get assistance and »itj-| turned, finding the door locket?/ Whe.n an entrance was affepted they fonnd Pay ton hanging, to a beam, dead and his neck broken.: Ho had thrown his ne«:k broken. , .He had thrown 1 a log chain over a beam and then had attached it to. a rope, which •ho fastened around his neck.- 1 Apparently- ho had nailed cleats to the wooden covor to the machinery, and walking! jap thereon jumped out, taking about an eight-foot , drop. Ho. loft a j note, in which he said that hia friends had gone back on him, and that, rather "than tell them a...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 12 January 1900
In case of sickness a doctor who can write the proper prescription is no more important than the pharmacist who can properly compound the prescription after it is written At our storo prescriptions are carefully and properly compounded by a graduate in pharmacy. Drugs— Fresh and Fare The Latest Periodicals Toilet Articles of Every Kind Wines and Liquors for Medicinal Purposes CITY * PHARMACY DUNLAP &amp; KEBR Main Street JACKSON pin v swing Hums R. L.. MANN, Proprietor —EVERYTHING t FIRST-CLASS— National Holel Building Foot of Main Street
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 12 January 1900
i^^^Js[\ i. &amp;T HE f white-^houseH) i /.y**^*^ ■ '.'■* ■■ t-3 Si "&lt;-&lt; ; - -~-^-&gt;~^v , , H 1 Klvyl 1^ / AI w •" H §jjr,_ rm»«2a ■ wirofe '**■■? ■'■ o\?\\ '■■ • ;■••;■■'■■■ S^piii 1 Not many, though, of those beautiful Capes ca - t se l n°t 6UE and Jackets we bought for the holiday trade. I rnru Tos,ANY%NEm We will close them out. now; at a large reducapplSTation I tion in price, and guarantee every garment in pvpw rpcnppt c i hh J a S ss H bb e en A se!fiL N i 2 THE d L t A T. EST -^ T J R k G . OLF C^^ S GREAT VALUES AND AN ASSORTJM- a swell sarment^ ?Hmlnsi B ,Si and tailor-made jackets: onr 110 ga- ment equal to any the Emporium rou'nifwith the h??t of ifS^S?i» ment; everybody knows the value: can show; swell line in ladies 0™ w^U'ivethe^mp 5« — ii?2s ; comes in black, t«n, new bine, new side skirts in all wool plaids in ;! ■;..ag.gss.QQ. |: .sjjib.oo J ' g^153,50 - We desire most; particularly to direct your attention to our elegant and...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 12 January 1900
WE'RE SWEEPING OUT iA7i\ixcn CTAn/ Bill VI Umud 1 ll L/l V Vll Special line : of Underwear at cost: Clothing, ■■ Boots and Shoes, Hats, etc. v Carpets and Matting, Furniture, Hardware, Grocer- :' The prices are too small to quote; call at 'the store and see; they will surprise you. NEWMAN Main Street, Jackson-^ — - ***♦ „ — "♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦' T . ON DEAL BUGGIES .. ... .. -. ; _ , ■ . -. BUGGIES - » SOLD AT 4 SAMPLES ON EXHIBITION Exclusive Agency for the Deal Buggies Which Are the Best W. E. KENT ♦— -BBOADWAY, JACKSON YOU CAN STUMBLE Into shoe stores as easy as you stumble in some of the shoes you'd find. You can't stumble in our shoes. Wear, our shoes. . *— : — PETERSON'S EXCLUSIVE SHOE STORE nnset Telephone 121 J[ Webb Block, Jackson, Cal. PIONEER FLOUR IS PERFECTION^ • A Made From SELECTED WHEAT |j Blended According to Our Own Formula *i Producing Perfect Results RECORD OP THIRTY-FIVE YEARS IN AMADOR' COUNTY OF HONORABLE ./and upright dealing Is with you. and we respectfully ash for ...
AMADOR COUNTY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 12 January 1900
AMADOR COUNTY. The Oneida— Jackson. The work of mill building at the' Oneida mine has ljeen delayed aeriously on account of the impossibility of hauling the lumber to bo used in its construction from the depot at lone to the mine. There is now at the lone depot about 200,000 feet of lumber for that mill, which cannot possibly -be hauled in a manner that will be profitable to either the owner or the teamster for some weeks to come. • The delay already caused by bad roads will probably place the completion. of the mill as late in tho coming year as July. The development of the mine in the new shaft and on the levels therefrom continue/ under the efficient management of John Truscott, and whenever the sixty-stamp mill is completed the propertyfwill be so well opened that it can be kept running indefinitely. The repairing and reopening the old shaft is progressing rapidly and within a short time connections will be made between the old shaft and the new, thus producing a ventilation for...
ALPINE COUNTY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 12 January 1900
ALPINE COUNTY. Gardnerville Courier: Unless all signs fail, there will be considerable activity in mining operations in Alpine county next spring. Tho reported strike in the Colorado mine has been verified. But little ore has been taken out, but they have uncovered a rich streak of black ore which it is expected will lead to a large deposit. The ore bodies in this mine have been discovered in this way, and the present lead is the largest ever found in the mine.
EL DORADO COUNTY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 12 January 1900
EL DORADO COUNTY. Placerville Nugget: The S.uperior (sometimes called the Tincup) Ribbon Bock and Hattie May . mines on Webber creek are bonded to Alvinza Hayward, the San Francisco capitalist, for the sum of $55,000 for a period of eighteen months. H. H. Martin of Rawhide mine fame is the owner of the Superior mine, and Frank Goyan of Placerville, by a recent decision of the Superior Court, has been made owner of the Ribbon Rock, This bonding of the Ribbon Rock to Hay ward ends the long litigation over that property between Mr. Goyan and Messrs Alexander and Cupham. E. A. Davis, the representative of Mr. Hayward. becomes superintendent of tho combined properties, and Philip Maul, formerly pf the Marguerite mine, has been appointed foreman.
CALAVERAS COUNTY [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 12 January 1900
CALAVERAS COUNTY- San Andreas Prospect: At the Vorlander mine at Middle Bar, a crosscut yrUl be. run from the. 150-foQt level with a view to locate a place for a working shaft. The quartz formation, composed of a series of veins, is about 200 feet in width, so this cut will be run in order to explore the different veins. As noon as this is accomplished, heavy machinery will, be installed and the company will prepare to go down a thousand feet. A party of miners are engaged in working what is known as the "Limestone Crevice," a placer mine near Maxey's place on O'Neill's creek. This is a property which was work"cd by early miners with good results, but they were never able to bottom this crevice or pot-hole on account of t«he large quantity of water. The present company is engaged in ground-sluic-ing off as much of the ground as possible preparatory to commencing sinking. It_is good returns 4 fromjr.tho&gt; work and is"*conlident that it-has a rich property. When ready jto co...
Sheep Ranch—Calaveraa Ccounty. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 12 January 1900
Sheep Ranch— Calaveraa Ccounty. The mill is completed and the mine un watered and reopened, to the lowest levels. A gaug of men has been, engaged in the work of repairing the shaft from the 300-foot to the 500-foot levels, and in putting in forty-pound rails the entire length of the shaft. As 'soon as this repair work is completed the taking out of ore will be commenced and the mill started up. The intention now is to commence to crush ore this week and ha?egthe twenty stamps dropping steadily .and continuously by the loth of the^'montli. It is believed by the people who are interested in the mining industry, that the Sheep Ranch will again become the bullion-producer it was in the days of its greatest prosperity.
TUOLUMNE COUNTY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 12 January 1900
TUOLUMNE COUNTY. Sonora Democrat: In doing the assessment work on a claim on the main Tuolumne river, near the Tuolumne mine, A. C Maier struck a large vein of high-grade ore. The ore body was struck ten feet from the surface. I The vein is from five to six feet in. width and the quartz shows free gold' and contains about 10 per cent sulphurets. . At the Mt. Jefferson mine preparations are being made to start the threecompartment vertical shaft on the hanging-wall. This will be driven down 1000 feet, though it is expected to strike the vein at a depth of 500 feet. At present work in the various drifts is continued and an immense body of ore is ready for handy stoping. Superintendent M. Meigban says he will have the new ten-stamp mill in operation by the 15th inst.
Nourse, £ the " Pioneer. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 12 January 1900
Nourse, £ the " Pioneer. George F. Nourse, the pioneer traveler of the Pioneer Flpur Company of Sacramento, made his usual Jackson trip this week. Mr. Nourse, who for several years in early days was a merchant of Volcano, always considers his Amador county trip among the most pleasant he takes. His many friends and patrons are always pleased to greet him and to en-, joy a few minutes with him socially. Mr. Nourso has the distinction of being one of the original builders of the town of Chico, Butte county.
Whist Party. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 12 January 1900
Whist Party. Miss Crystal Snow gave a whist party Monday night to a number of her young friends. They all had a most pleasant time. Besides the hostess thpse whp were present and tppk.part }n the game^vem^MJss Alm"a ivahoes, Mrs. Nita "Ltttiefield^Migs Ha Ginoccho, William Crasc, Eddie Delahide, Montie Snow/ Alex Axelrod.vSS^i Tho first prize was won by William Craso and. tho , booby- pr«e-by -Eddie Delahide,
PERSONAL MENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 12 January 1900
PERSONAL MENTION. Mrs. Palmer of Suttvr Creek is visiting Mrs. B. F. Taylor. .; j Miss Rose Stasal of t.iau Francisco is visiting her relatives in Jackson. ' !^.,&lt; ! Miss Edna Rust returned to her school on the Cosumnw river Sunday. Miss Inga Kay has returned from a visit with her sister, Mrs. Jensen at Lincoln. E. B. Moore of the Sutter Hotel at Sutter Creek was a Jackson visitor" Tuesday. L. A. Gross of the Centennial nriw^ at Drytown and his wife are guests at tho National Hotel. % i R. L. Marsh of the Jackson Butte mine has been "under the weather" for a few days lately. J. E. Bachelder is a very happy man. His wife.presentfld ;him"''witti.a bouncing baby on the lOtlT. | C. fiL*&gt; McKermey, (the Arnador County Taiiorois making hisinonthly trip in Amador county. I ■t *v' *} i'- w* • v c- « : .-V £*. •■*&lt; • Edwin Rust has returned to the Oakland High School after spending the holidays with his people here. Miss Lizzie Taylor has returned to her scho...
QUICKLY TOLD STORIES [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 12 January 1900
QUICKLY TOLD STORIES For all kinds of school supplies go to Free - man's General Variety Store. * E. H. Harrington has a house belonging to Mrs. Muldoon on Kennedy Flat to rent i * The Jackson Band and Musical Improvement Club will give a danco on February 22nd. Wallace Kay, the owner, is putting a new floor in the Golden West Drugstore of Alfred Goldner. : ; . — * A house of Mn. Muld^n on Kennedy Flat is to rent. Apply to I .(.'Harrington at the Kennedy mlne.*~ •-" * ■ • • Walter McDowell was injured in Senora last week and his wife was sent for. Ihe particulars of the accident have not been ascertained at this oflioe, ~ ' Z ' « ■ . Come and take a swim in those Urge six-foot 1 porcelain tubs at the new bathrooms connected with the New National Shaving Parlors, R. L. Mann, proprietor. » A. F. Peterson has a largo stack of the very Bnest footwear possible to be secured. He is sailing at marvelously reduced prices for cash. Call and examine goods and be convinced that his stock is th...