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AMADOR COUNTY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 30 March 1900
AMADOR COUNTY. Lincoln.— Sutter Creek. Crosscutting west at, the 1200 continues.' About April lst^ore from the 500 level will be milled, probably at the Wildraan-Mahoney mill. His the intention of Superintendent Voorheis to crush from 500 to 1000 tons of the rock. Oneida— Jackson- Progress is the word at the Oneida mine. Superintendent' Truscott and his force are earryiny for ward the. work with tbo speed commensurate with" firstclass work. Work at the old and new shafts is satisfactory in every respect. The material for the 60-stamp mill is being placed on the ground with as much dispatch as possible. . Spagnoli— Clinton. Superintendent Fisher reports favorably of the outlook' at the Spagnoli mine. A 2-foot vein of quartz has been encountered which will go about' six dollars. Drifting is being done on a ledge, but not the main one and the outlook is rather encouraging. Centennial— Drytown. Superintendent L. A. Gross, of the Centennial mine, is down 600 feet, and is drifting north a...
CALAVERAS COUNTY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 30 March 1900
CALAVERAS COUNTY. Mountain Echo: The water has all been pumped out of the Union mine at Copperopolis, and new pipes, pump and ' track is being put in the mine, preparatory to resuming work in the ore stopes. As soon as everything is' in readiness for active . operations, the working force will be increased to about 100 men. Chronicle: ; At the Gwin mino opera- - tions continue as smoothly as ever and the management has no fault to find with the showing of that most excellent property. The ore is low grade but thej are putting through the mill an average of 500 tons daily, which results entirely satisfactory. . :- ; •■;■ The GuifTra mill closed down last Wednesday till such time as a shaft . can be sunk 100 feet below the tunnel. 'John Guiffra has . taken the contract for twenty feet. Mr. Wynn has gone Ito Nevada where he has mining interests. He is expected to return in two weeks, when the mill will again be put to crushing quartz. ■ ;; . The McNear mine on Table Mountain is giving ...
TUOLUMNE COUNTY: [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 30 March 1900
TUOLUMNE COUNTY: Independent: The main shaft of the Densraore mine has attained a depth ~of over 300 feet and the ledge- still continues showing up well. A new tunnel has been started which it is said. will tap the shoot at a depth of 500 feet. Several men were added to the force this week. The last* of the sixty stamps Of the new Trio mill were hung last Thursday. The big plant will be ready for its initial trial in six weeks and nothing has been spared to make it one of the finest in.- the State. Each mortar weighs almost three | tons, ' and each stem with stamp 1100 pounds. There will be sixteen 30-foot concentrators. These will be operated by a thirty-horse-power dynamo, while two of soventy-Bve horse-power each, will do like duty for the .crushing department. Two of the dynamos have already been installed and the . remaining smaller one will be placed in during the coming week. The rock -breaking plant is also being hurried along and will be ready for business at the same time ...
ELDORADO COUNTY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 30 March 1900
ELD ORADO COUNTY. Mountain Democrat: . Operations were resumed at the Grand Victory Wednesday, and the mine is now being unwatered preparatory to deeper development. After the water has been taken' out, • a large force of men will be employed with George Clark in charge of the work. ■ -.•"•■ " Work is progressing nicely at the Wagner mine on Bear Creek. Eight men are employed there at present, John Limpihsel proposes reopening the old Limpinsel tunnel, just north of town, the coming summer. The tunnel will be extended with a view of crosscutting the old Bull lodge, the croppings of which are no prominent on Quartz Hill. He expects to reach the west wall within the next fifty feet. •A. Harpending, General Manager of the Union Consolidated Mining Co., has entered into an agreement with John Lavagnino whereby the latter is given the privilege of working the dumps of the old Union mine (better known aa the old Springfield) said to contain between 15,000 and 20,000 tons of fair grade ore...
JACKSON AND ITS PEOPLE [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 30 March 1900
JACKSON AND ITS PEOPLE Business Appears to Be Improving. ADVERTISEMENTS THAT SHOULD BE PERUSED Bryan Heard By Amadorans.—Jackson Was Without Electricity Tuesday Evening. lone flour is Peerless. George Luse is painting the Catholic parsonage. If you want good bread, buy only Peerless flour. 3-16-tf Attorney R. C. Bole is visiting friends in San Francisco. Attorney Neil A. Macquarrle is in Oakland on business. Ladies, wait for Mrs. Weller's beautiful display of pattern hats. 3-30-lt . Lumber for the Oneida mill is being hauled just as fast as possible. Rev. F. A. Morrow and R. J. Adams enjoyed a mountain trip this week. Men's dress shoes at $1.25 per pair at the annual clearance sale at Red Front. Considerable sickness is reported on the other side of the Mokeluraue river. Annual clearance sale. Twenty yards of calico for $1.00, Red Front. 3-5 Thomas Norman has ordered a now bottling table for his establishment. Ladies' ties at $1.00 , per pair at the annual clearance sale at Red Fron...
SUPERIOR COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 30 March 1900
SUPERIOR COURT. '- Lottie May Liddecoat vs. William R. Llddicoat—TrAl continued to "May 3d. : ":, -• 'A.; L." Adams vs. J. Surface, executor of willof Gustave Bolchegrain — Trial set for April 3d. ' Angelo Boro vs. Thomas Chichizola—Demurrer stricken from calendar. ,'" . . '.r Levina Andrewartha vs. Joseph Andrewartha —Trial set for March 31st. Michael Isaacs vs. Morris Jones, guardianHearing on flnal report of receiver and fcir allowance of attorney's fee, for receiver and fees of receiver. Also motion for. payment of attorneys for plaintiff out of funds of receiver. Matters submitted, g Jj :■ : Estate of W. H. Turner— Decree settling linal account and discharging executrix. \ m i Estate of G. M. L. Matthis— Decree settling linal account. .-,"-. ; - '. •" Estate of B. F. Richtmyer— Decree settling supplemental and final account Decree of distribution of estate. " " " ■-■ ■ .)- Guardianship of Augusta Poll et al, minors— Deoree settling ttnal account and discharging guardian us to m...
Whist Party. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 30 March 1900
Whist Party. A whist party was given at the Ginocchio ■ residence,' by Miss Ila Ginocchio,' ■" honor of Miss Crystal and Master Monte Snow last Wednesday evening. ; The affair was a highly interesting one and was thoroughly enjoyed by the participants. The following, morning the guests departed for Alaska. ' : ' ' ■ A. Axelrod carried off the first priie, and .Miss Nita Littlefild the second. Miss Crystal Snow and Emil Marcucci won the booby prizes. • i - !' Those present were; Misses Crystal Snow, Ila' Ginocchio, Alma Francis,. Nita Littlefield, Bertie Kay and Maud Lory, Messrs. A. Axelrod, William Craze, Lory Cassinelli, Monte Snow, Amil Marcucci, and Robert Robertson. At midnight the party did justice to a delicious lunch, and soon after dispersed, wishing their friends success in the land :of the frozen north, and thanking their hostess for an excellent time. * :
Believes In Progress [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 30 March 1900
Believes In Progress- D. McCall, proprietor of the lone Flour Mill, accompanied by his son George, visited the county seat Wednesday. Mr. McCall says tho proposed railroad from lone to Jackson will, in ' his judgment, benefit the entire county, .and that the people should cordially greet the capitalists who propose building it and show more appreciation. He thinks a public meeting of welcomo should be held and resolutions of endorsement " and other marks of good will should 'be forthcoming from our people. He does not believe in getting in the way of the wheels of progress, but, on contrary, believes in getting aboard as soon as possible and aiding in the good work of permanent advancement. Lewis Ackerinan, Goslieii, Ind., says ; "De Wftt's' Ljttle fear^y ' Risers always bring certain re]\et, cure my headache and never gripe. 1 ' They gently cleanse and Invigorate, the. bowels aa4 u'ver, Olty Pha.rma.cy,
OVERCOME BY POWDER GAS [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 30 March 1900
OVERCOME BY POWDER GAS T 1 TT TV • T-l Jack Kenney Expires From Its Effect. PUT IN A BLAST OF SIX HOLES, BUT TWO FAILED After a Reasonable Delay, They Went ' &gt; Into the Tunnel to Reload the Holes That Hissed. • A sad affair - occurred at Jackson Butte mine,' owned by R. L. Marsh,' last Sunday afternoon, resulting in the death of one man and the close call of another. It appears that Jack Kenney and ■ W. T A. Kennedy, mining partners, put In "a blast of six holes in the tunnel, only four of which exploded, two of them turning out to bo what is known in mining parlance as "stinkors.." ■ After a . time Kennedy went in and - reconnmtored and ~ found i£ the • powder, smoke too thick for safety.' He came out of the tunnel and waited for' sortie time and then made a second attempt but failed. Later, he went in and fanned the smoke out and he and Kenney then concluded it was safe to clean out the two holes and reload them. They went in together, and while Kennedy fanned the' smok...
Honey. Scad. This. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 30 March 1900
Honey. Scad . This. There is' a large sum of money due the Ledger on subscriptions, and it is necessary to get it. But why' should pur customers , us _to,the trouble and expense of putting a special collector into the field for that purpose? The date on your paper shows the time you are in . arrears, and at the head of the first column of the second page are our terms in plain English, namely: One year (if not in advance) $3.00 One year (in advance) 2.50 Six months '. .... I 25 Three months 75 One or more copies of the Ledger each 10 Now, friends, please put the two things together, the time you are in arrears and the price of paper for that time, and send us . a money order, registered letter, bank draft or the coin by express, for the amount. The money is ours — we have earned it. It is not your money. Render unto the Ledger the things that are the Ledger's and do it speedily and in the best of business good nature. Let us hear from at least five hundred subscribers during, the mo...
$5.00 Reward. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 30 March 1900
$5.00 Reward. The above reward will be'paid to any person .who will return, to Mr. Ed. Crowgey, Newmanville, near Jackson, or to the undersigned, the following described dog, which was last seen by its owner on Main street, Jackson, Thursday evening, March 22d: . Large Newfoundland and St. Bernard dog, weight adout 115 pounds. „ Black with white breast; white on each foot and leg and small white spot on back of neck and streak of white on face and nose. Tip of tail white. The dog responds to the name of "Zip." •' ■ James Nicholls, Book and Picture Agent, Newmanville, 3-30-lt* near Jackson, Cal.
He. .Pleases the People. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 30 March 1900
He. .Pleases the People. McMillan makes a fine display at his door of medallions in water colors, FotO jewelry 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 children for Fotos in tho morning, from 10 a. m. to 2 p. •m. being the best hours for them. " 2-23-tf
Supplied With Water, [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 30 March 1900
Supplied With Water, Over 700 feet of two-inch pipe has been laid from the 'main water pipe to the Peek addition this week. The main pipe was tapped in rear of tho Webb block, near Harry Jones' footbridge, the pipe crossing on the footbridge piers and an up the cliff some distance south of Postmaster Folger's residence, More pipe will be laid throughout the addition as the demand for the water service Increases. -
Died in Sutter Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 30 March 1900
Died in Sutter Creek. Thomas Prosser .'died at his home at Sutter Creek last Saturday, March 24, 1900, after a long illness. The deceased was up and around the day previous to his death, being seen in town on Friday evening. Saturday morning he complained of feeling worse and could not eat his breakfast. ; He returned to bed and a physician was sent for. Before the arrival of medical aid,, however, the afflicted man had passed over on the other shore, v He was 51 years of age and a native of Pennsylvania.
The Hew Railroad. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 30 March 1900
The Hew Railroad. ■ A special dispatch from San Andreas to the San Francisco Call," March 24, says: ■ .In' an interview to-night David Gutmann, .the promoter of the proposed railroad in Amador county, said: "The railroad from lone to the summit near Martell's will be built before August. ' That terminus will place the line on the true mother lode, whence It is our purpose to build north and south, but the distance we will reach will be determined wholly by future events. Our faith in the country is unlimited and our scheme has no connection with any other " exißting' r railroad~inTttae State. The men Interested in the enterprise'are Eastern railroad men, who go into this enterprise for purely business purposes and have in mind their own future movements." . .
Death of Benjamin Wild. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 30 March 1900
Death of Benjamin Wild. - Benjamin Wild was ' laid low by the hand of death on Friday afternoon of last week at his home in Amador City. For many years the deceased had been a resident of Amador City, and for a long time was employed in the Keystone mine.' A severe attack of asthma was the cause of bis death, he having been afflicted with that disease for some time. A wife and several married children survive him. . Deceased was aged about 66 years and a native of England. Interment at the Odd Fellows' Cemetery at Sutter Creek. Funeral ceremonies &gt; were in charge of the Amador lodge of I. O. O. F., of which the deceased was a member, was ably assisted by Rev. J. -J. Case. ■ ...
Eev. Father Sebastian ; Dabovich. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 30 March 1900
Eev. Father Sebastian ; Dabovich. . On Tuesday evening of last week Rev. Father Sebastian ■ Dabovich of the Russian Cathedral, delivered an able and interesting lecture on "The Relations Between Eastern and Western Catholicism and What the Orthodox Church Has Done for Russia," at the Church of the Advent in San Francisco. The sincere • ernestness of the reverend gentleman deeply impressed his audience. Rev. Father Dabovich has charge of the Greek church in this place, and the little flock of his church look up to him as an upright leader and an able minister to their spiritual needs.