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Arrested in Amador City. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 12 January 1900

Arrested in Amador City. Harvey Pen.se, Thomas Ball and Thpmas Collier, three Jacksonites who had hired a team and buggy from Lewis' stable, went to Sutter Creek and Amador City Wednesday afternoon and were arrested at the latter place. They went back to Sutter Creek Thursday to plead to a' charge of cruelty to animals and misdemeanor made, against thpm by,'Cpnstable Gray.

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Lost. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 12 January 1900

Lost. The top part of an old-style breastpin was lost in Webb Hall, at the Native Daughters' New Year ball. The part lost consisted of a garnet setting, with the accompanying band of gold whioh held it in place. Very highly prized as'ari heirloom. Plcjvsq return to Mrs, Nowcum,

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HAPPILY MATED COUPLES [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 12 January 1900

HAPPILY MATED COUPLES People Married in Amador 0-. Last Year. 'TWAS A GOOD SHOWING FOR AN OFF YEAR Good People {Who Tookfonjthe Joys and Sorrows of the Matrimonial January I— William J. Trevaskis, aged 22, and Emma Grimshaw, aged 19; by Rev. T. B. Palmer, Jackson. January B—Guiseppi8 — Guiseppi Poggi 41, and Maria Foppiant 38; by Rev. J. J. Gleeson, at Jackson. . , January B— John Lithgow 51, and Mary M. Randolph 37; by Webster L. Clark, at Sutter Creek. January 17— Bore Lusich 21. and Ida Lubitich 17; by Rev. W. Moloney, at Bunker Hill. , January 2S— Peter Giuliani 30, and Elvira Gtannini 20; by Rev. J. J. Gleeson, at Jackson. January 23— Owen E. Gillick 30, and Eva E. Murphy 28; by Judge Goldner, at Jackson. January 30— Frank 43, and Giovanni M. Zenl 28; by Rev. W. Moloney, at Sutter Creek. , February B— Robert Slater 38, and Mary A. : Caddy 37; by Judge Goldner, at Jackson. February B— Webster C. Smith 33, and Mabel A. Flagg 21 ; by Rev. T. B. Palmer, at Jackson. February 13— -An...

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Flayed Oat. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 12 January 1900

Flayed Oat. Dull Headache, Pains in various parts of -the body.Sinfcing at the pit of the stomach, Loss of appetite, Feverishness, Pimples or Sores are all positive evidences of impure blood. No matter how it became so it must be purified in order to obtain good health. Ackker's Blood Elixir has never failed to cure Scrofulous or Syphilitic poisons or any other blood diseases. If is certainly a wonderful remedy and we sell every bottle on a positive guarantee. Sold by A, Goldner.

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"SHENANDOAH VALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 12 January 1900

"SHENANDOAH VALLEY. Just a Few Notes From the Garden Spot of North Amador. I ,Shenandoah Valley, January 10. We jiad a very lively storm last week, but the weather has again settled into smiling peace. ■•"":. ■.]. J. E. Walton has' returned from the Bay city, whither he was called by the serious illness of his wife, who was visiting her mother, Mrs. M. Stillwagon. Mrs. Walton has improved enough to accompany her hnsband home. -Fred A. Ball left for Santa Cruz last Wednesday to attend a business college. 1 Mrs. C. H. Courrier went to Sacramento yesterday. Mr. and ■ Mrs. Boltz arrived \ from Oregon recently, and are the guests of W. A. Carter and family. Mr. Boltz was to have held church services at the schoolhouse Sunday, but the wild weather kept every one away. ; ': . School resumed Monday morning, after the usual holiday vacation. | Measles and the grip are abroad in the land, and a number of our people are temporarily laid up by one or the other. George W. Cruson, an old resident...

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Joint Installation. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 12 January 1900

Joint Installation. Jackson Lodge, No. 36, I. O. O. F., and the Jackson Rebekah Lodge, N0.50, installed officers Wednesday night. The affair was a joint installation and was concluded by a banquet. Mrs. Annie L. Clark, District Deputy installed the Rebekahs, and N. T. Littlefield, also District Deputy, installed the Odd Fellows. "-The new officers for the ensuing term are as follows: Noble Grand, Nellie Kent. Vice Grand, Jenny Penry. Recording Secretary, Annie Clark. Treasurer, Kate Langhorst. Financial Secretary, Frank Pense. ' Right , Supporter to Noble Grand, Mollie Folger. .Left Supporter to Noble Grand, Mary Evans. Warden, Lydia Pense. Conductor, Mattie Freeman. Inside Guard, Etta Harris. Outside Guard, William Fuller. Right Supporter to Vice Grand, Rose Stasal. , : Left Supporter to Vice Grand, Eva Kent. „ . :- \ Chaplain, Emma Taylor. Those. installed in tha Odd Fellows lodge were: Grand, William Fuller. 'Vice Grand, William May. Secretary, W. E. Kent. Treasurer, W. M. Penry....

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On the Sutter Creek Boards. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 12 January 1900

On the Sutter Creek Boards. From the columns of the Record the people are informed that the play '•Better Than Gold" Is in preparatien at Sutter Creek, with the editor of the Record as manager and, at the same time, in the chief role. This from the man who had the temerity to criticise the selection of "Confusion," Nat Goodwin's masterpiece and "Joshua Whiteomb," Donman Thompson's success, by tho Jackson Histrionic Club, is more than mortal man can bear, Rate,

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AT THE BIG TWIN BRICKS [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 12 January 1900

AT THE BIG TWIN BRICKS Calendar Day in the Superior H BUSY THE IN THE RECORDER'S OFFICE Large Somber of Proofs of Assessment Work on Mines Piled :, for Becord.

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DOCUMENTS RECORDED. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 12 January 1900

DOCUMENTS RECORDED. DEEDS. Elizabeth Dufrene to Joseph Duf rene— Land near lone; $2500. W. C. Fithian to J. C. Fithian— Land in section. 7; $800. W. E. Proctor to J. Dufrene et al— Ham's Station; $450. . H. P. Gordon . to G. W. Easton— Nine one-hundredtns interest in Rising Star quartz mine; $1. . . '• > J. B. Vicini to E. B. Moore— Lot 6, block 12, Sutter; $1. Anna Yager to J. P. Yager — Land in section 19. $50. . ...... MORTGAGES. ■ W. C. Fithian et al to B. Thompson —Land in section 7; $800. J. Dufrene et ux to J. H. Cavanaro — Land near lone; $2500. A. N. Peterson to G. Levaggi— Lot 3, block 1, Sutter; $720. SATISFACTION OF MORTGAGE. G. Boichegrain to E. Dufrene. G. Boichegrain to E. Fithian. G. Levaggi to A. Peterson. G, Vicini to E. B. Moore. . J. Huberty to C. M. Kelly. LOCATION. J. Severns on Earle, Severns and Bully Boy placer claims. M' Thomas White, Del Ray quartz mining claim. W. H. Lessley et al, Lessley placer claim. ■'■'■"! E. A. Hacker, Lone Jack quartz mi...

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SUPERIOR COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 12 January 1900

SUPERIOR COURT. Court calendar was called Monday morning. August Wieczny vs. Thomas Bryson Passed. Bank of- Amador County vs. I. N. DeWitt et al.— Passed. J. Nichols vs. F. A. Bowman — Passed. Joshua Hendy Machine Works vs. Red Hill Mining Company — Passed. Stefano Oneto vs. P. Kelly (Constable)— Passed. James Whelan vs. John Rick — Passed. E. Ginocchio et al. vs. Charles Peters et al. — Passed. s, • David Hutson vs. N. Baughman — Set for trial February 7th. B. R. Breese et al. vs. G. G. Spagnoli et al. — Set for trial January 29th. Mary E. Whelan vs. John Riek — Passed. Standard Electric Company vs. Maria Taband et al. — Order for plaintiff to refrain from taking possession of property. E. Ginocchio et al. vs. Maria Cassella — Demurrer withdrawn. Simone Molfino vs. D. H. Rule et al. Decision; case decided in favor of defendants. Bertha L. Swain vs. Clarence W. Swain — Trial; decree of divorce granted. Estate of Mary Goff— Decree settling final account and discharging administrator....

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Son Dead and Mother Very 111. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 12 January 1900

Son Dead and Mother Very 111. Mrs. Ruffner of Butte City, who has been prostrated by pneumouia for some days, is improving. Her son, "Elt," who was compelled to take to his bed last Tuesday with the same disease, succumbed to its terrible ravages and died Friday night. His remains were taken to Lodi for burial. Mrs. Ruffner has not yet been told of her son's demise, on account of her precarious condition,

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CATTLE STAMPEDED. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 12 January 1900

CATTLE STAMPEDED. S. W. Bright's Cattle Break Out of a Cor- ral and Snn Twenty-seven Miles. j S. ! W. Bright sustained a loss of several hundred dollars on his beef cattle, which are in a corral and being fed at a place on the Calaveras River, between Jenny Lind and Bellota. There were eighty head in the corral at night and in the morning all were gone. Apparently they hail been stampeded in the corral and broke it down. The man in- charge of them notified Mr. Bright of tbe condition of affairs, and herders were sent out to look for them. The ground being soft niadu it poseible to track them, and by energetic work seventy-nine head of tho eighty were recovered, somo of them being found twenty-seven miles from the corral in which they had been coufined. A suspicious man was seen lurking about the corral the night of the stampede, and the impression is current that he stampeded the cattle and made them break out of the corral, in order that he and his associates could run* them off an...

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Notice. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 12 January 1900

Notice. Jackson, January 2.— 1 intend to leave for Alaska early in the season. All persons indebted to me are requested to settle before February Ist, as my unsettled accounts will then be placed In the hands of the collector.

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For Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 12 January 1900

For Sale. One Piano as good as new. One 4-Horse-Power Engine with a 7-horse power boiler. One Clay and Gravel Worker, 1-horse power. One Derrick and hoisting outfit. * ■ j Dr. C. H. Gibbons.

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FARMERS'. INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 12 January 1900

FARMERS'. INSTITUTE. Much Interest Being Taken in the Session to^Be Held at Lodi. The farmers in the vicinity of Lodi are taking much interest in the Farmers' Institute to be held there next Wednesday, under the direction of the University of California. Several institutes have already been held in Lodi arid all have proven most successful. During the session Professor Fowler, who conducts the question box, will address the farmers on the following subjects: "Relation of the University to the Farmers' Instutute." "Educational Social Value of the Institutes, " ''What the Institutes are Accomplishing," "The. Farm Wastes," "Beet Cnlture," . "Alfalfa Culture," "Grain Culture," "The Dairy Herd," "The Silos Place in Economic . Feeding, " "How to Build a Silo," "Irrigation Practices," "Will Pumping for Irrigation Pay?" "Orchard Topics." ■ Professor A. P. Haynes, who will also be in attendance at the institute, will discuss the following -subjects: "Agriculture in the Philippines,',' "Olive...

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"Chez" in the City. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 12 January 1900

"Chez" in the City. C. B. Arditto, who went to Colusa last week to visit and hunt ducks with his friend, J. J. O'Rourke, found the water in the tales so plentiful that there were no ducks, and he went to San Francisco to hunt bear and panthers. He may return to Colusa before coming home. ■ -i- ~-—~j-

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PROGRESS OF CALIFORNIA [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 12 January 1900

PROGRESS OF CALIFORNIA Rapidly Priding to the Front URKED INCREASE IN AMOUNT OF EXPORTS Bank Clearings for 1889 Exceeded Those of 1898 by More Than $140,000,000. Ihe San Francisco "Chronicle's" annual review of finance, commerce, mining, agriculture and manufacturing shows a remarkable gain in all directions, with every evidence that the present prosperity will not "only continue but increase. The bank clearings of San Francisco this year exceeded those of 1898 by over $140,000,000 and the balances by over $16,000,000. In the fou'ri months ending November 30th the city's bank resources increased $8,000,000, and the deposit increased $6,300,000. , Over $10,000,000 in dividends were distributed.to shareholders ' of corporations listed on the Stock Exchange. ;: The port of San Francisco exported $37,000,000 worth of merchandise, exclusive of army and navy business, a gain of $3,000,000 over last year?. The imports were $44,000,000, a gain of $7,000,000. The customs receipts show a gain...

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Killed Instantly. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 12 January 1900

Killed Instantly. Richard Roberts was instantly killed last Saturday .: while coming up on the skip at the Keystone mine at noon. He was standing on the bale and his clothes caught on the timbers in such a way that his body was pulled down over the edge of the skip, the upper part being held by the^ timbers while the lower part was over the edge of the skip. As the upward motion continued he was practically cut in two, death resulting instantaneously. The funeral took place Sunday afternoon from the'M. E. Church, Sunder the auspices of the Ancient Order of Foresters. /The deceased leaves a widow and three children. S, ?» ■';

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Committed Suicide. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 12 January 1900

Committed Suicide. A young man named Charles Simcich, aged about twenty-five years, committed suicide this morning by tying an awning rope arounn his neck and to the limb of a tree on the Zeila property. He had his arm broken about two weeks ago and became demented last night, and wandered around town until nearly daylight. While in the Louvre Restaurant, a few hours before the deed was committed, he said he would go out and commit suicide. The Louvre people treated the matter as a joke and thought no more about it until his body was found. He was a native ol Austria.

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School Money. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 12 January 1900

School Money. - The State Superintendent of Public Instruction has made his January apportionment of school money for Amador county. The county school apportionment was made last December. The present State school apportionment for January amounts to $19, 775. 36; the present County school apportionment for December amounts to $9715.34; making a total of $29,490.70; the State school apportionment for January, 1899, was $17,334.24; the County apportionment for December, 1898, was $9236.55: increase of school money over the apportionments of a year ago, $29194)1. .

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