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TUOLUMNE COUNTY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 6 April 1900
TUOLUMNE COUNTY. Mother Lode: The recent strike in the Grizzly mine is having an enliven-, tug effect upon adjacent properties and has sent its stock up several points. The owners of the Bonita, the next claim tin .the, south, and the New Albany', which lies to the east, are bestir-, ring themselves, and it is probable that work will commence on both properties soon. The new lodge in the drizzly is said to be ten feet wide and liberally specked with- free gold. It was. found on the 700-foot level, and guarantees the permanency of the mine. V.- : ' County Surveyor Hopper has been engaged this week in the survey of the Providence mine. The mill is closed down for tLe present and the shaft will be pushed down from the 700 level. A few men have been laid off in tbe slopes. The new drainage tunnel of the Dead Horse mine will bo a big piece of work. It will start from the river level on the other side, and will drain the deepest workings of the' mine. Independent: Gold in big chunks is co...
EL DORADO COUNTY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 6 April 1900
EL DORADO COUNTY. Mountain j Democrat: , The Ellen Taylor mine* near -Fairplay has closed down, and the men employed there have been taken on at the Stillwagon mine. ■ Nugget: 1 The Grand Victory mine started up Saturday. At present they are pumping out tbe water and only have a few men at work, but in two weeks the Company expects to put on a large force, j George Clark, is now in charge. '*•
Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 6 April 1900
Picnic. •Lowering clouds;' and admonitory barometrical a indications had no effect last Suday mornirg on a party of Jackson young :folks_ who proposed to enjoy an outing, so at 9 o'clock a. m., or thereabouts, . a carriage load or two left town for the picturesque region of Middle Bar destination, Hon. Jacob L. Sargent's home, adjacent to which the picnic was to be held. The windows of heaven remained closed, fortunately, until the merrymakers were on the way home, so they really had an enjoyable day of it. . The participants were: Mr. and Mrs. Jacob L. Sargent, Mrs. Elizabeth Sargent Wikion, Misses Hilda Clough, Bertie Mason, Madge Rust. Lola Parker, Lizzie Berry man and Messrs. Robert C. Bole, Claude Megerle Smith, Robert I. Kerr, George Murphy, Herman Williams, r*'"':-
BLUE .JAYS AND -MAGPIES. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 6 April 1900
BLUE .JAYS AND -MAGPIES. A Good Chance for the Little Fellows -.'■ ;•*■ to ' Hake ' Fin Honey. ". Now is the time to organize Blue Jay Clubs and kill off the noisy and troublesome - blue jays and magpies. Amador county has followed the movements taken in 'Calaveras county in regard to 'these feathered pests, and even more than that, our Board of Supervisors at their regular monthly meeting last Monday/ passed an ordinance placing a bounty of 2 cents on blue jays | and magpies killed in this county.-- ■-■'-' .-^-i ■ This ordinance, known as Ordinance .No.' 100, received the full approval of the Boardf x -.:-. ■ ■.'» • "■ - • Blue jays are plentiful throughout the county, and big bags will undoubtedly .result from the energy of our young sportsmen, . ,_.
Over the Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 6 April 1900
Over the Grade. About 2p. m., on Friday afternoon of last week, a traveler on horseback, while attempting. to pass a loaded team on tho grade between Butte City and the river,? was crowded ; off the grade and horse and; rider fell a distance of about twelve feet. The horse was killed, but the rider, a resident, we believe, of Pine Grove or thereabouts escaped with slight bruises. ,
Grand . Basket Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 6 April 1900
Grand . Basket Picnic. A grand basket picnic will be given at Plymouth on May 5, 1900, under the auspices of Forrest Parlor, No. 86, N. D. G. W., and the members of the Catholic church of Plymouth. President of the Day L. Burke Grand Marshal.. D. Burke Orator : Judge R. C. Rust Chaplain , , .Father Maloney For further particulars see full sheet posters, soon to bo out. &lt;•
Epworth Leagne Meetings [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 6 April 1900
Epworth Leagne Meetings - The monthly business meeting of the Epworth League was held in the League room last Tuesday evening. After the usual business had been transacted Dr. Hutching delivered a most interesting . and instructive lecture to the young people on the subject, "Certainties." Refreshments were then served, after which the Leaguers played charades until 9:30. They then bade each other good-night.
Get Them Cheap. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 6 April 1900
Get Them Cheap. Six pair men's no seam socks for 25 cents at the annual clearance sale at the Red Front. 3-5 Lewis Ackerman, Goshon, Intl., says: "Do Witt's Little Early Risers always bring certain relief, cure my headache and never gripe." They gently cleanse and invigorate the, towel* an 4 liver. City Fhtwnwy.
MONDAY WAS A BUSY DAY [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 6 April 1900
MONDAY WAS A BUSY DAY Board of Supervisors Were In -Session. BUSINESS OF THE COUNTY CAREFULLY EXAMINED Several Eeports Are Received.—Another Saloon for Amador City. —Bounty on Blue\Jays. "• Jackson-, Cal., April -2, 1900. Board of Supervisors convened the 2d day ol April. 1000. . The following proceedings ! were had: ' Roll call— A. B. McLaughlin. chairman; P. Dwyer, J. T. Clifton, M.' Brinn, Fred B. Le Moln, members; C. L. Culbert, Clerk; B. R. Breese, Deputy Clerk. Minutes of last meeting were read and approved. The following , claims were examined, approved, allowed' and ordered paid out of the various funds as follows : ■ CUHUENT EXPENSE FUND. Dr. E V. Lonigo, examining insane : S5 00 Johnß Francis, witness fees 1 00 C. P. Vicini, traveling expenses (Dis- .' trict Attorney) .• ' 7 50 W.L.Rose, witness fees.. ' '340 A. B. McLaughlin, mileage.... ..\ \3 00 L B. Goldner, expressage, 5 months. . .'. .'.' 8 90 Morris Brinn, mileage 80 Dr. A. M. Gall, examining insane S 00 J.T.Clifton...
Meeting of. the: Republican . Club.' [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 6 April 1900
Meeting of. the : Republican . Club.' A meeting, to elect officers and to transact other necessary business of the Jackson Republican Club was held in Webb Hall, Monday evening, April 2d. President C. A. Herrick presided. . When the time came for the election of officers, C. A. . Herrick was nominated to succeeded himself, but; declined. P. Buffington was then nominated, but he also declined. Dr. A. M. Gall, B. F. Taylor and James E. Dye were each in turn nominated, but each in turn declined the honor. :. The members then' urged President Herrick' to serve another term," and he finally consented to do so and was unanimously re-elected. James E. Dye was then unanimously re-elected as secretary and Richard Webb treasurer. •* Three vice-presidents were elected as follows: Hon. W. P. Psek, B. F. Taylor and P. Buffington.. j -: The secretary announced that he had received; a ■••number".- of membership cards, signed iby applicants for membership, showing that the roll was being increased...
Peerless Directors Meet. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 6 April 1900
Peerless Directors Meet. On Monday, April 2d,~ the regular meeting of the" directors of the Peerless Gold Mine Development Company was held at 2 p. . m. in the Company's office, Court street, Jackson. A full board was present as follows: E. Ginocchio. President; W. H. Roden, Vice-President; George. Brown, Seci-etary; George Gates, P.. Bufflngton.' : : : Superintendent Henry Osborne was also present, with whom the directors conferred relative to various matters of importance. \ The current expense bills were audited and - ordered * paid, and the April, assessment of 2 cents a sbaro ordered. The shaft is down about 160 feet and the indications are considered by Superintendent Osborne better than at any time previous. Harmony prevails throughout and the bump of hope continues to enlarge. . Notwithstanding tho hard rock r during some of the work, the average so far has been over forty-one feet per. month, a ; very good average under" : the' circumstances. Bids on contract -to sink. 100 ...
They Go East. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 6 April 1900
They Go East. The following item of news appeared in the San Francisco Call, April 2d: "An important conference took place Sunday between Hon. A. Caminetti and the Debris Commission concerning the mission of Mr: Caminetti. in Wash* ington to urge that the restraining dams shall be built at once. The Commission is favorable to the work and there is $500,000 on hand ready to begin with. Mr. Caminetti will probably start for Washington on Tuesday of this week. Attorney General Ford and Senator ' Davis of Amador will counsel with Mr. Caminetti in Washington. The California delegation is favorable, and the recent extra session of the Legislature adopted resolutions advocating early work." ■-■-:' Mr. Caminetti expects to start for Washington next Sunday or "Monday.
Sacramento Street Fair. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 6 April 1900
Sacramento Street Fair. From April 30tb to May sth, iriclii? sive, the Sacramento Street Fair and Trades' Carnival will be in progress In the Capital City. The arrangements making are elaborate, and visitors will be given "a week of unalloyed pleas-, ure." See advertisement elsewhere in this paper. A monster out-of-door exposition," midway attractions, parades, free features, etc., are among the good things: to be dished up by our enterprising,; neighbors. Sacramento never does' things by halvosV-she goes to the linjifc,' every time. The railway " fare" iyiirbo reasonable and a monster . crowd . will be there. / . ..' - : -\".? ; On Mayday a beautiful Floral Parade and Battle of Roses will be given under the direction of the Native Sons and Native Daughters. On. the closing day of the Fair a Fantastic Mardi Gras Carnival Parade will be given, to be followed at night by a gala masquerade ball. -.-:■
From Siberia.' [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 6 April 1900
From Siberia.' Paul Maltzoft of Siberia, arrived in California about two months ago, and last week visited this mining center making his headquarters at tho New National. He is out for the Russian government and commissioned to examine into mining machinery, methods, etc., of various countries. From California he will go to New Zealand. Mr. Maltzoft expressed great surprise at the modern machinery for mining and the facilities this country has for working deep mines to advantage. He says Siberia has good mines, bub very crude and inadequate machinery. According to this, traveler, Siberia has very rich placer mines, j
Do Not Overlook This [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 6 April 1900
Do Not Overlook This And purchase from some one else. Just received my spring and summer goods, which I carefully selectod while in the city, and they are now ready for inspection. Come one, come all and get your first pick. lam also making a special sale of summer pants, valued at $10, selling at $7.50. Remember that this sale will only last for six weeks. • . Max Ladar, 4-6 tf The Tailor, Jackson, Cal. Pioneer Flour is tbe same yesterday, today and tomorrow, . :.;; ».,.
HERE, THERE, EVERYWHERE [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 6 April 1900
HERE, THERE, EVERYWHERE Professor Blackledge Will Lecture Here. PAUL POGGI AND NINEOTHERS LEAVE FOR ITALY Bank Commissioner Murphy Inspects the Bank of Amador County. —A Wedding. lone flour is Peerless. • If ■ you want good bread, buy only Peerless flour. , 3-16-tf B. F. "Joyce of the Defender mine was in town Wednesday. \Pionker Flour always has been and still is the best. 4-6tf* Recorder Patterson is still confined to his house with rheumatism. • Give us daily some good bread. Pio-i neer Flour makes the best. 4-6-tf* . " Mrs. L. M. ■• Parker went to Sacramento Monday to visit her parents. . Pioneer Flour is the "Lily of the Valley," the "Pearl of Perfection." ..* .- * The new coat of white paint makes the Catholic parsonage look like new. ' ' Men's dress shoes at $1.25 per pair at the annual clearance sale at Red Front. The 'Standard Electric Company is stringing two extra wires from the plant to Sutter Creek.The cheapest place to buy your groceries is ,of ■ the • Jackson Cash Gro...
Grand Opening. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 6 April 1900
Grand Opening. Grand millinery opening of spring and summer millinery at Delahide's Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, April 10th, Hth, and 12th. All tho very latest styles in ladies' and children's sailor, tans and walking hats now on display at puces that defy competition. All are invite, H-lt
AMADOR CITY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 6 April 1900
AMADOR CITY. The inneral of the Late Mrs. E. M. Ford Took Place Sunday. '. V . Amador City,' April 3, 1900. John 8.-Tregloan was up from the city visiting his father a few days of last week. ' ; Fred Uren of Jackson is the guest of Harry Blarney. / ' ..' Mrs. H. Roberts of San Francisco is visiting with Mrs. J. F. "Allen. ■ ; : ■ Trbe evangelist, Mr. Smith, and the gospel singer,; Mr. Towner, took their departure this morning for Oakland, where they intend to rest' before entering upon a new field. - . . .;_■. . Mrs. J. Caldwell, of : Jackson visited her mother, Mrs. Peters,. Saturday and Sunday.Miss Durham, who has been visiting Miss Martin, went to Plymouth last evening to visit Miss Coster. • "V-.: : Mrs. J. S. Clark, accomnanied by her. daughter and. Miss. Newell, visited her parents here last Sunday. .Mrs. Jamos Blarney and daughter, Beatrice, visited Sutter Saturday.' • J. R. Dunlap has gone to the city to visit his son, William. ;.-' . ■ Mrs. Kevern of Sutter visited friends ...