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Letang's Electric Plant. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 30 March 1900

Letang's Electric Plant. B. E. Letang, owner . of the gas works, has his electric, plant on Jaoksoh creek about ready for service. He intends starting" it tomorrow, although his new water wheel, which has been ordered for some time, has not arrived. The old wheel, he says, will do the work required. When the new wheel arrives he will probably use both of them and thus materially increase his power. John Strohm will run the machinery at his ice plant by electric power from Letang's plant.

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
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$20 Reward. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 30 March 1900

$20 Reward. Strayed from the Sheep Ranch mine, Calaveras county, a gray horse about eight years old, weight from 1050 to 1100 pounds. Gall marks from collar on shoulders. Main and tail a trifle darker color than body of animal. Scar from a barbed wire cut on left hind foot. The above reward will be paid for the return of the horse to the Sheep Ranch mino. D. Gutmann.

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
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DOCUMENTS RECORDED. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 30 March 1900

DOCUMENTS RECORDED. DEEDS. Baliol Gold Mining Company .to Western Gold Mining Company— Mining property in Amador county; III). J. Steffens to California Stato Bank— Land in Amador county; $1. C. W. Randall to Central Eureka' Mining Company— lnterest in water right and property; H. Anna D. Welmore to Standard Electric Company—Right of way across land in section S3, township 7; $10. D. Maltly to Blue Lakes Water CompanyRight of way across lands in seotion 1, township 6; Jl2O. ... R. A. Watkins to F. B. Joyce— One-half interrst in Honolulu Lady quartz mine; i'H). R. I. Sammger to John Rose — E !• ofNK'j and SW H of NE >l and NE >i of SE H of section 19, township 7 N. R 11 E; 1 150. LOCATION NOTICE- • J. Klamann— Daisy quartz mine. -J. L. -Cox on Laura H— T O Heydenfeldt on Anna Kerr quartz mine.

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Bound for Alaska. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 30 March 1900

Bound for Alaska. Next Saturday,' March 31st., Mr. and ' Mrs .; Snow, Crystal and Monte Snow, Dr. C. H. Gibbons, Miss Maude Gibbons, Joseph Snow and Eustice Giles, intend sailing from San Francisco for Alaska. Their friends and acquaintances In Amador county wish them health, happiness and a fortune each. , .

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Five Cents a Pair. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 30 March 1900

Five Cents a Pair. At our annual clearance sale will be sold ladies' fine tan hose at five cents a pair. Red Front. .■ 3-5

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Lady Minstrels. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 30 March 1900

Lady Minstrels. The Native Daughters are rehearsing for a "Niglit With the Shady People" at Webb Hall, April 27th. This entertainment will cap the climax of the season's local events. Get ready to pack the hall on that occasion. Some lively and spicy local hits may be looked for. Rev. W. E. Sitzer, W. Canton, N. V., writes, "I. had dyspepsia over twenty years, and tried doctors and medicines without bedetit. I was persuaded to use Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and it helped me from the start. I believe it to be a panacea for all forms of Indigestion." It digests what you eat. City Pharmacy.

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Annual Clearance Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 30 March 1900

Annual Clearance Sale. If pur goods a.re not cheap and good when you get home we will return your muney for them.. Red Front. 3-5 Early Rose seed potatoes for sale at Jackson Casu Qrwjiiti, 3-a-lmo..

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SMALL FIRE ON BROADWAY [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 30 March 1900

SMALL FIRE ON BROADWAY Jackson Republican Club, to ji Meet Monday, :.'. AN OLD STYLE SAFE ROBBED IN SAN ANDREAS Jackson Kebekah Lodge Celebrates' Its Twenty-Second ' Anniver- >. ; sary— New Soda -Works. Defective Fine." About 1 :30 yesterday afternoon Mrs. Edwin Bartle,, while engaged in her domestic affairs heard a crackling noise in the kitchen and on investigation found that the roof of the house was afire. She aroused her husband, " who was asleep in the 'house,' and -'he, Raided by William Sobey, quenched the blaze be-fore-any damage was done, except: the burning of a two-foot hole in the roof. J r .The. house is immediately, in the rear of Judge Rust's residence and ■ but "a short distance from J. -B. ; Francis' fine home. It was a close call for that part of Broadway, and Mrs. Bartle is to be congratulated on her presence of mind and prompt action. ' Mies Daisy Lagomarsino was also prompt and gave the alarm down town by calling up the central office. The nearest fi...

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Jackson Bepnblican dab.' [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 30 March 1900

Jackson Bepnblican dab.' There will be a meeting of the Jackson Republican Club, "■ in Webb Hall, Monday evening, April 2d, at 8 o'clock sharp, for the purpose of electing officers and selecting delegates, to the BiEnnial Convention of the State League of Republican Clubs, to- be held In Los Angeles, April 27, and 28, 1900. A full attendance is earnestly requested. C. A. Herrick, President. James E. Dye, Secretary. : :.

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Burglars at San Andreas. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 30 March 1900

Burglars at San Andreas. A dispatch from San : Andreas under, date of March 23d, says: . ' , ''The residence of ex-Judge Ira Hill Reed was entered by burglars this afternoon and' robbed of $600 in gold coin, a lady's gold watch and a diamond ring. The money and jewelry were in an old-fashioned safe, the key of which was kept in a bureau drawer, and, being found by the robbers gave them easy access to the coin. " . Robberies and attempted robberies seem to be of frequent occurrence in Calaveras county, making plenty of work for the officers of the law. - =■ • Later: The nephew of Judge Ried is suspected of | the crime, and has left San Andreas, j Sheriff's have been asked to arrest him if found in their barliwick. . .

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V Twenty-Second Anniversary.'* [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 30 March 1900

V Twenty-Second Anniversary.'* Jackson'Rebekaa Lodge celebrated its.22d anniversary last Wednesday evening. After the initiation of Miss Grace Ham, an interesting programme, consisting of music, recitations etc., was carried out. This was followed by Dr. Gibbons, whb made a farewell address in his usual happy vein. Dancing followed, to which all devoted more or less attention, the majority as active participants, the few as spectators. A bountiful banquet closed the pleasures of the evening, all voting it an excellent feast.

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Globe . Hotel Change. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 30 March 1900

Globe . Hotel Change. Last week, E. Anderson, of San Francisco, secured an option 'to lease the Globe Hotel, and we understand that . the' negotiations will soon be brought to a close and Mr. Anderson will " be installed as landlord, of this prominent hostelry. Mrs. C. Hackmier, late of the Hackraier House, San Francisco, was instrumental 'in bringing about the deal.- She was also here last week.

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Mary Alice Peter. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 30 March 1900

Mary Alice Peter. -The inquest on the body of Mary Alice Peter, of Amador City, whose death by suicide was announced in the Ledger last week, was held^ by Coroner Gritton the following day. The •jury, found that deceased was named Mary Alice Peter, a native of California, aged about 29 years; that she came to her death March 22, 1900, by suicide while in a condition of mental depression. Tho jurymen were: ..D. F. Gray, R. Ludt, Wm. J. Strickland, J. H. Thomas, W. E. Whitohead, A. N. Allspaugh, A. Weil.

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A Change at the Louvre. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 30 March 1900

A Change at the Louvre. A. Lubimar, for some time the senior partner of the firm, A. Lubimar & Co., owners of the original Louvre in the Weil & Renno building, is now the sole owner of that establishment. .' Mr. Lubimar is an excellent manager, a first-class cook and Is very accommodating. In connection with the restaurant is an up-to-date bar supplied with all the standard brands of of liquors and cigars.

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Card of Thanks. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 30 March 1900

Card of Thanks. We wish to extend our heartfelt thanks to the Native Daughters who, by their kindly courtesy tendered us in our . bereavement, did much to alleviate our sorrow; to the choir whose comforting music will ever be appreciatively, remembered, and to all the frionds for .their kindly sympathy so lovingly expressed. . • • " Mrs. W. S. McDowell and family, MR. AND MRS. iiILAS PENRY AND FAMILY.

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Died In Germany. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 30 March 1900

Died In Germany. John and George Huberty recently receivod news of the death of their aunt, Mrs. Elizabeth Huberty Kreppler, at Luxembourg, Germany, on February 18th. The deceased was a sister of Mr. John Huberty and Mrs. Mlohael Shannon both of Calaveras county. She was tho mother of three sons, one being a resident of California. Deceased was aged about 61 years. Get your measure taken for a fine . $10 suit* at the. White House, i 23-tf

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Has Become ' the Owner. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 30 March 1900

Has Become ' the Owner. 1 William Kerr, brother of Robert I. Kerr of the Jackson City Pharmacy, has bought the Interest of his relatives in the Kerr Stable at Amador City. ''This 'stable 'was established ' by the late Thomas Kerf,' father of the present o*wn'er f in," the early^ days and has had no' opposition, and has, therefore, enabled ' the owners to realize a comfortable income: '-'. The deal was made the first of this month and Mr. Kerr. has already begun to. make many improvements Including the repairing and repainting of vehicles. : He ■ keeps - excellent stock and has a first-class stable." Mr. Kerr*' has worked 'in the stable ever since he was a mere lad and knows the ' business thoroug hly . His many friends and patrons wish him unlimited SUCCeSS. („.'- -; ," £ {■: it-. I

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Laid to Best. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 30 March 1900

Laid to Best. -The funeral of the j late Mrs. Carter, who died In Sacramento, was held here last Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock.' The services . took place in the M. E. church, Rev. F. 'A. Morrow officiating. Interment in the ' Protestant cemetery. There was quite a full attendance. The poll| k bearers* -wera:'-',? George ;W. Brown,? A: Camlnetti, jS. G. Spagnoli, Geo. A./ Gordon, C. M.~ Meek, N. T. Llttlefield. . .

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Bryan Hearers. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 30 March 1900

Bryan Hearers. Early last Monday morning, a four-in-hand, with Judge R. C. Rust handling the ribbons, left Jackson for Sacramento. ' The object of the trip was to hear . Nebraska's ' great political orator, Wm. J. Bryan. . The delegation consisted of Judge Rust, Sheriff Gregory, Hon. A. Camlnetti, District Attorney Vicini, Hon. Jacob ■L. Sargent and Col. Wm. Going, all staunch Democrats. "

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New Sods, Works. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 30 March 1900

New Sods, Works. Frank Podesta and Henry Tallon have formed a copartnership, and under the firm name of Podesta & Tallon are now about ready to furnish the county and aister counties with a full line of sodas, comprising the usual line manufactured' in the best establishments. *Ttieir; factory is in the Sanguinettl building, j North Main street, and will be complete as soon as one piece of. machinery arrives from the east, which will probably be here sometime next week. '.■■.• .. . . ,;V.V ;

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