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DOCUMENTS RECORDED. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 6 April 1900
DOCUMENTS RECORDED. deeds, r, H. Creglo'w et ux to C. Giannini— Land in section 22, T 7 N, R 10 E; *10. Mary Creglow to C. Giannini— Land In section i-J, township": * 1(1. ■ Mrs. C. Abramofsky to J. C. Reimers— Lot 13, block 7. Jackson; $J&lt;)UO. W. P. Peek et uxh&gt; Eliza Justus— Lot 3. block 4, Peek's subdivision of lot 36, block 10, Jackson; *s». . J. Ross Jr to George Bayha— Land in Sutter Creek; $10. R C. Watkins et ux to Rosa Tonzi— Lot in lone ;f KB. William Hlat ton to Annie Sutherland— Lot in 'Amador City; $SUO. MORTGAGE. George Bayha to C. R. Bishop— Mining land near Sutter Creek; itiOOO. TKPST DEED. Eliza Justus to Bank of Amador County .—Lot in Peek subdivision; $300 CHATTEL MORTGAGE. ,X, X - E. Anderson to P. Dwyer— Personal property in Globe Hotel; f 1000. SATISFACTION OF MORTGAGES. C. Giannini to H. Creglow. E. Sevan to G. Matthis LOCATION NOTICE. S. Ceasas— Mayflower quartz mine L. Isoardo— Chambers No. 1, and Chambers No. 3, mine*. ■ ■ - &...
Five Cents a Fair. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 6 April 1900
Five Cents a Fair. At our annual clearance sale will be sold ladies' fine tan hose at five cents a pair. Red Front. . 3-5 Rev. W. E. Sitzer, W. Canton, N. V,, writes, ■'I had dyspepsia over twenty years, and tried doctors and medicines without bedeflt. 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. The very best of raviola or chicken dinners may be obtained at the Original Louvre every Sunday. 3-30-tf
THE.^PHIUpPINErWAR.% [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 6 April 1900
THE.^PHIUpPINErWAR.% March 23.-Captain Silas ; W. Torry will be a Rear Admiral.— Senor.TeoHJoCostillejo, a Filipino, ia made governor of the Batanes group. March 30.— A Spanish woman . leads TOO Span^ ish prisoners /in a dash for liberty, out their effort was in vain.— Aguinaldo visits Manila In disguise.. ._ .. . March 31.— Army in the Philippines is under the, Commission's control.— Philippine bandits are hanged^ April L — la his offloial report to the commander of the Asiatic sqnadron. Lieutenant Glllniore shows that he. acted under his superior's ordersi/;: " - i , ~^ *\ r * ■ i -" I* * *j • it ' / April 2.-i The Issue of too many decrees is the cause of the recall of Leary from Guam. ■ ;j : : . April 3.— Waller, who deserted the American army over a year ago. is now an artillery officer in tho rebel troops. \ '^ « ! » ' April 4.— General Bates occupies many small cities.,;.- - . .-= '■I used Kodol Dyspepsia Cure in my family with wonderful results. It gives immediate relie...
$20 Beward. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 6 April 1900
$20 Beward. Strayed from theSbeep 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 tall a trifle darker color than body of animal. Scar from a barbed wirecutun left hind foot. The above 'reward will be paid for the return of the horse to the Sheep Ranch mine.' • , ' •' . r • : iZ' T D. Gutmann: , , . \ ~J^^~_^ ■ ■ "*• * ■
CRIMINAL RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 6 April 1900
CRIMINAL RETURNS. H. GOLDNER, JUSTICE TOWNSHIP 1. People vs T. Kelley— Charged with disturbing the peace; guilty and sent to jail for twenty days ; costs % 7. 15. People vs. Clarence Keevcs— Felony ; warrant issued ; costs t3. , " \. : -- People vs Mjs. James Drentiel— Disturbing the peace; UncdllO; costs liiuh. People vs. F. Curtis— Vagrancy ; sent to jail for ten days; costs J7.IS. People vs. Charles Newman— Battery; dismissed; costs $12.1*1. People vs. F. Greon— Vagrancy ; sent to jail for thirty days ; costs Ji0.40. JOHN BLOWEB, JUSTICE TOWMSHIP 4. People vs. Mrs. Nellie Cappola— Disturbing the peace; dismissed; costs $5.80. ' \ , ?*.&gt;&gt;
Dressmaking. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 6 April 1900
Dressmaking. Summer is near and ladies and children are preparing for it. The neatest and most fashionable dresses, etc., are made at prices within the reach of all by. Misses Botto and Mugford, Mrs. Schwartz's residence, Broadway, Jack- To secure the original witch hazel salve, ask forDeWitfs Witcb^Hazel Salve, well known as a certain cure for piles and skin diseases. Beware of worthless counterfeits. They are dangerous. City Pharmacy.
Ladies ! [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 6 April 1900
Ladies ! Ladies' lino corsets at 45 cents. Annual clearance salo at Red Front. 3-5 Mrs. Harriet Evans, Hlnsdale, 111., writes, 'I never fail to relieve my children from croup sit once by using One Minute Cough Cure. I would not feel sate without it." Quickly cures coughs, colds, grippe and all throat and lung disease. City Pharmacy. ■■','• . Five thousand spring samples of clothing, the . latest patterns,' on exhibition at the White House. ' 2 23-tf
Strictly First-Class fresh Fiah [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 6 April 1900
Strictly First-Class fresh Fiah Can be had every Thursday and Friday at Caminet t i's Central Market. S 2-99 - Fifty pieces of light figured calico, spring styles, new patterns, at o cents per yard, at the White House. 2-16-tf Peek's Addition now open for the sale of lots. These resident lots are the creamof the town. They are in town virtually, and yet up out of the dust and dirt. They are cheap. 3-2tf A new line of wall paper, of the latest patterns, can be had at the White House at San Francisco prices. 2-16-tf The Jackson Band was out on a serenading tour last evening. Good music.
BOUTR ARD-CALviNT [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 6 April 1900
BOUTR ARD-CALviNT Married, 'at the Home of the Bride's Parr^ents, Hear Pine Grove, | -\ g-s s On T^esday^evening, March 27, 1900, at the residence of the bride'B*parents, near Pine Grove, William F. Southard and Miss Clara Calvin were united in marriage, by Rev. ; James Blackledge. Miss Lydia R. Calvin, slster'of the bride, acted . as bridesniaid "and Frank Stribley of Jackson /was best man. Mlsa Maud Calvin,, arrayed! in pink tarlton over white lace, and weaVing j white kid slippers, made an ideal flower girl. The bride was attired in white cashmere trimmed in point lace and pearl trimmings. The bridesmaid was dressed in pink cashmere trimmed in white satin and point lace. Numerous presents wore received by the bride, among them the following: Set of decorated cut glass, Miss Lottie Luttrell. '■■-:.:.;.-": Zr. , -., " Damask tablecloth, Miss Sadye Edsinger. Glass berry dish, Miss Grace Lowry. Silver salt and pepper set and sil vetsugar shells and butter knife, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Ca...
DAILEY -STOCK COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 6 April 1900
DAILEY -STOCK COMPANY. THE theatre going public of Jackson will be pleased to learn of the coming engagement of the Dailoy Stock Company supporting Miss May Nannary. They will appear hero next Monday and Tuesday, presenting on their opening night the well known and successful play of Clay M. Green's, the "New South." It is a beautiful story of the South in the reconstruction days and involves the love trials of a gallant Northern army officer who is in love with a pretty Southern girl. She reciprocates his affection for which she is ostracized from society. Miss Nannary will assume the role of the Southern girl who is also a.daughter of an ex-confederate General. The company who are supporting Miss Nannary embrace such well known people as Stanley Ross, W. R. Dailey, Louis Belmour, Pryce Mackaye, W. D. Mitchell, Theodore Holzhausen, an eccentric German comedian, P. D. McGinn, Ed. F. Nannary, Alfred Aldridge, Mrs. Louis Belmour, Olive Madison, Virginia Cranna, Margaret Lewis and litt...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 6 April 1900
ABNBRICH-At Amador City, Monday, April ; 2, 19(10. to the wire of George Arnerich, a son! MARRIED. -• ~~~~ WOEHRLE— SCHMIDT— In Jackson at the M. E. Church, April 4, 1900, Rev. F. A. Morrow officiating, Mr. Gotlieb -Woehrle and Miss Anna Schmidt, both of Jackson. ~~~ ~~~ DIED. ~. , ~ FORD.— At Quartz Mountain, March 31, 1900, Mrs. R. M. Ford, wife of ex-County Treasurer Ford, aged about 80 years. ','-, Notice for Publication. timber land. act joke 3. 1878. ' United States Lard Office, ■ ■ Sacramento. California, March 2J, 1900. -Vr OT -CEC E -S HEREBY GIVEN THAT IN J_l| compliance with the provisions of the act of Uongress of June 3, 1878. entitled "An act for the sale of timber lands in the States of California, Oregon, Nevada, and Washington Territory," as extended to all the Public Land States by act of August 4, 1892, Walter S. Kirkwood, of Jackson, county of Amador, State of California, has this day tiled in this office his sworn statement No. 1580, for the purchase of the NW« ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 6 April 1900
ft LEGAL NOTICES. 5 "- ? * : Assessment Notice. Amelia Gold Mining Company.— Location of principal place of business, San Francisco, California. Location of works, Amador county, California." -' ' " "VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AT -*• jj* m , eetin B &lt;" the Board of Directors, held on the ninth day of February, 1901), 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. 320 Sansome ! street, Room 4, San Francisco, California. • • Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the fourteenth day of April, 19U0, will be delinquent and advertised for sale at publio 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: :■■ ' B By order of the Board of Directors . : n* -k, Jii...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 6 April 1900
t ti M f MISCELLANEOUS. . v S SHOES IX WOL^fl I- » The largest exclusive Shoe Stock ; hint in Amador County; to ! be closedi: /N^fi^f j out at wholesale prices, without '■ ~yf\ ??? any reserve whatever. ' | SALE WILL BEGIN APRILS I, 1900,I \i . And continue until the' entire stock" ; "*y&amp;^ is closed out - No more repairing - ! will ;be Ltaken after. ..this, date, ! r ; : ,VjU\r\ March 23': ';' -j'iiH^.- ■ ;.?;, Shelving, Hxtnrea, etc., wili be for sale after stock is sold. ■-■'■-. LAW AND ABSTRAOKOFFIOE^ AMADOR COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY^.-. The Only Set W Abstract; Books (Property 'System ) in -. v^vi V Amador ' County . . ;"^rj I J^;g ,;:-——6eorflc|^ Wright, Sole Owner— — OrFlCB;-Spagnoll Building, Courthouse Square, JACKSON. CAL." Prompt Attention and Accurate Information Given to Letters of : Inqniryi " ABSTRACTS. OF MlNlrie PROPERTIES A SPECIALTY -' 4-1-tf Entirely :New Spring and Summer Goods '■* : ' ' ' ' \. / '■'■'' I . Satines Glayinoyich T v Corded Madras •Fancy D...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 6 April 1900
GLOBE HOTEL Corner Main and Court Streets JACKSON.CAL. ... E." ANDERSON : : Proprietor First-Class in Every Respect ESPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO COMmercial travelers. Sample rooms connected with the house. The very best of service guaranteed to patrons. Good Meals,. 29 Cents: A.H.KUHLMAN Contractor and Builder Will do work in any part of Amadpr County. If you want to build, send a note to Jackson ' :,;,:■■ Postofflce and I will call on you.' Estimates furnished without cost on any kind of building-. ' "Will - make plans and specifications for you. i . mar2tf ♦LIBERTY Mi SALOON* Sangulnetti Building .'■.-. Main Street Jackson J L. PERLANDA, :•.: Proprietor, Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigar* Alms ys on hand.
COUNTY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 6 April 1900
COUNTY. Lincoln— Sutter/ ; Lincoln— Sutter/ ; r- An encouraging report irom the Lincoln mine, Sutter Creek', is being circulated among the stockholders here. Good rock in considerable quantity is -said to havi&gt; been struck. Peerless— Jackson. Work at the Peerless mine is going forward as " fast as possible, and the shaft is going down at the rate of forty to fifty feet a month. A contract will probably be let at this mine to sink 100 feet; and if that plan is satisfactory, the'rest of the sinking will be done by contract. Kirkwood— Jackson. The promoters of the Kirkwood are confident that the stock will bo placed without much effort. It has not been decided just when work will begin at the mine. Butte Basin. W. .E. Stewart, superintendent of the Butte Basin mine, has a force at work cleaning out the old Alpi reservoir, and within two weeks he expects to begin taking out gravel.
CALAVERAS COUNTY [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 6 April 1900
CALAVERAS COUNTY- .Citizen: A meeting of the stockholders of the Ford Mining- Company was held on Saturday. A majority of stock was represented, E. J. Solinsky presiding and'H. L. Guerne acting as secretary. The following, board of directors was ' elected: F. J. Solinsky, John Raggio, Carl Jaeger, G. G. Fraser and C. L". Feusler. Subsequently this board elected the : following oflicera: President, F. J. Solinsky; Secretary, Carl Jaeger; Treasurer, John Raggio. The : condition of the mine and its future development were fully discussed. -Mr. Gutmann' advocated the putting in of' an electric pumping plant, sinking the shaft to the depth of 1000 feet and then drifting southwardly toward the Moro property. The plan was favorably considered by the stockholders and the directors were authorized to do so, the cost not to exceed $30,000. The Ford was shutdown on Wednesday and may be idle for a few days. This is due to the breaking of the shaft on the drum, which does not mean a very costly ...