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Episcopal Service. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 13 April 1900
Episcopal Service. Rev. W. L. Clark will hold divine services in Masonic Hall on Easter Day, Sunday, April 15th, at 11 o'clock In the mprning. Th,e public is cor-: dially invited to attend. Lewis Ackerinan, Goahen, Ind,, says: "De Witt's Little Early Risers always bring certain relief, cure my headache and never gripe." They gently cleanse and invigorate ; toe bowels. «o4 liver, cats rkhtomj.
LETTER FROM DR. GIBBONS [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 13 April 1900
LETTER FROM DR. GIBBONS- Seattle, Wash.; April 3, 1900. Dear; Ledger: ■rSince bidding goodby to Jackson and the friends iv holds, wo have seen a panorama both varied and interesting. The ride to Latrobe Thursday morning was a pleasant beginning, and the race of a milo that Mr.' Aviso made to catch the 8 o'clock train was a sensation and a success, j Reaching Sacramento at 9:20 and Woodland at 11, gave time to attend to some business, affairs and havc^'a pleasant visit. with old friends untiV the 4 o'clock train came along, and at 8 wo were in. San Francisco. Not having slept any for forty-two hours and' very little for four days, I had no inclination for anything but rest, so I went to the Turkish bath?, spent nearly. two hours in the hot room and steam (tank, where the temperature is from 150° to 170°, then, after the scrubbing and massage and a plunge in the swimming tank, wrapped the Turkish robe about me and enjoyed a delicious, dreamless ,. twelve hours' sleep, .and awoke feeli...
AMADOR CITY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 13 April 1900
AMADOR CITY. Amador City Has Recent Arrivals From Alaska Visiting There. Amador City, April 10, 1900. George Mayon, of Oakland, is here on a visit. He hae lately returned from Alaska. Mrs. Barnett, of Buena Vista, is the guest of her sister, Miss Daisy Fox. Mrs. H. Roberts has returned to her home in Kern county after a visit with friends in Amador City. J. R. Dunlap has returned from the city. Mrs. Wild and son, John, of Fresno are up on a business trip. Several from here visited Dry town Sunday and listened to Dr. Kirby preach. Mr. and Mrs. Webb Smith of Jackson, paid Ainador a flying trip Sunday, Nellie Hambley visited her parents here Sunday. Church services throughout the week as usual. Special Easter services both Sunday morning and evening. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas are visiting their son, Al, at White's Hotel. Mr. ftud. Mrs. Gregox Of Jackson, have moved to Amador. - . Mr. Andrew Noce visited relatives here Sunday. j. Thomas Chichizola has gone up to the mill where he expects to...
GRAND VIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 13 April 1900
GRAND VIEW. A Finger and Thumb Blown Off By a Giant . . ' ■ ■ Cap. . ■ .: ?;•&gt; Grand View. April 9, 1900. • Miss Pearl Horr and Miss ■ Ethel Wharff of Jackson visited friends in this locality a few days ago. Mrs. Annie Russel paid lone a short visit one day last week. . ■ . One of the Tuffs boys, who was so unfortunate as to blow his finger and thumb off with a giant cartridge cap, is getting along nicely: ■ ■ '■'■'■' The growing crops in the vicinity are in prime condition, but .a little. more rain would do them good. ■ C. C. Luttrell, the Pine Grove merchant,' was in lone last week. Ho reported times very - good in his section. John Wharff, who resides near this place, is havinghis residence repainted; he has also made other improvements on his ranch. Fred Horten and wife looked in on their friends at Sunset Valley- last Sunday. - . Ben S. Horr was at Copper Center last week on a business trip. Colonel Price, who resides near this place, is on the sick list.' William Ni...
FROM CANYON * [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 13 April 1900
FROM CANYON * A Heavy Frost Destroys Fruit, t lowers and - Vegetables. ■• . Canyon, Cal., April 10, 1900. Night before last a heavy frost visited pur little town and froze quite a number of plants ani potatoes in the flower and vegetable gardens. A' few nights ago wo had quite a heavy hail storm. Mike French, who has : boon having serious trouble with one of his limbs, has gone to San Francisco to the German Hospital. . Mrs. E. T. Kane, wife of. the superintendent, has been on the sick list for some time, but is very much improved in health at present. Mrs. W. A. Green has gone to Plymouth to attend her mother, Mrs. Woolford, who is ill. Mr. Ed. White of the Vandalia is the happy father of a baby girl.' Mrs. C. P, Shencks and mother of C.P. Shenoks of the hotel are on the sick list. Ray Dohman of the mill has vacatod his position there, and Emmett Davies has filled it. Mrs. Bauigalupi contemplates a visit to her relatives in San Francisco soon. Mr. L. Poundstone has returned from hi...
PLYMOUTH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 13 April 1900
PLYMOUTH NEWS. The Young People .Have a Pleasant Time at a Surprise Party. Plymouth, April 11, 1900. A surprise party was given in honor of Miss Lucy Rowe last Monday evening, April 9th- The guests were: Misses Lucy Rowe, Pattie Coster, Anna Little, Laura Dugan, Maeme Dohman, Edith Grainger, ZellaGray, Alma Dugan, Edith Little, Laura Clifton, Mabel Grainger, Ethel Gray; Messrs. Sam Dyer, Clarence Ball, J ivmos Doman, John Sevey, Al Dugan, Lawrence BaII, Elmer Ayers. Edward Wilds, Robert Coster, Earnest Little, Ira Gray, Arthur PrUonard^ Jol\n Rowe, George Pulich, William Chirm. Numerous games wore played and songs sung, after which the party partook of refreshments, and the evening's entertainment was ended by Mr. Cam Dyer favoring the party with a solo. All who attended had a pleasant time. Mrs. William Green of Canyon is visiting her mother, Mrs. Woolford of this place, who has been ill for the past week. Tuesday. April 10th, a serious accident happened to the nine-year-old son of...
Jackson Bepublican Club. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 13 April 1900
Jackson Bepublican Club. The' Jackson Republican Club held its second meeting of the year in -Webb Hall last Wednesday evening. President C. A. Herrick presided. ; Minutes of last meeting ; read and approved. Secretary James E. Dye announced a total membership of 194. Communications of interest from Los . Angeles and Sacramento, relative to the League meeting at the first-named place and District Convention at the latter, read. After some discussion in relation to the work in hand, a motion to proceed to elect delegates to attend the Los Angeles meeting was carried, and eight delegates were elected, exclusive of the officers of the club, to-wit: President Herrick, Secretary James E. Dye, and Treasurer Richard Webb, who are ex-ofticio delegates. Followiug are the elected delegates .in the order in which they were nominated: P. Bufftngton,' Neil A. Macquarrie,Dr. A. M. Gall, R. J. Adams, L. M. Parker, William Tarn, J. W. Caldwell. N. T. Littefield, Hon. John F.Davis, . Q J: (At-large....
Attends the Directors' Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 13 April 1900
Attends the Directors' Meeting. Superintendent W. H. Thomas of the well-known Central Eureka mine,' Sutter Creek, went Jo San Francisco Wednesday and will attend the stockholders meeting to be held there tomorrow (Saturday). Mr. Thomas has carried forward the work of the Central Eureka in a manner reflecting great credit on himself and to the entire satisfaction of all concerned. That this mine is destined to become a great dividend payer is the openly expressed opinion of many of the most prominent mine owners in this section. Mr. Thomas is a conscientious mining man and very conservative in his statements and estimates, but it is our opinion that he has the fullest confidence in tho mine and expects to see it developed into a gold producer second to none hereabouts.
Lady Minstrels. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 13 April 1900
Lady Minstrels. At Webb Hall, Friday evening, April 27, 1900, by Ursula Parlor, N. D. G. W., will be given decidedly the event of the season. Thirty members of the Parlor, all artists in their respectivefroles, have formed a minstrel troupe, and the people of Jackson and vicinity will be treated to as jolly an entertainment as they over witnessed. This entertainment is given for the benefit of the Grand Parlor Entertainment Fund, and the hall should be, and no doubt will be, packed to the doors. There will be fancy dances, laughable sketches, brilliant local hits, colloquial scintillations, comic songs, and in short a thoroughly up-to-date minstrel performance and no discount. If you miss it you'll regret it. Don't miss it. :
Grand Overseer. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 13 April 1900
Grand Overseer. Ex-District Attorney E. A. Freeman carried off the honors at the late meeting of the Grand Lodge, A. O. U. W., in San Francisco, by being elected Grand Overseer in spite of the fact that there were four candidates, including himself, for the high office. There were 353 votes cast and Mr, Freeman received 241 of them. This victory is not only a satisfaction to Mr. Freeman's near friends but an honor to the entire community. Mr. Freeman is to be heartily congratulated on his signal success.
Fraternal Visitors. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 13 April 1900
Fraternal Visitors. Our Eastern Star members celebrated the 18th anniversary of the establishment of the Chapter in Jackson, last Saturday night, winding up the highly entertaining and instructive affair with a royal banquet, A large delegation of visitors was present from Sutter Creek Chapter.
Labor Mar Be Scarce. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 13 April 1900
Labor May Be Scarce. At a rough estimate in the neighborhood of 12,000 to 15,000 laborers will be needed to carry on work in contemplation and that already under way in the central part of California this summer. For instance, the Standard Electric Company will probably employ 2,000 men; the Spring Valley Company, 1,500; the Amador County Railroad Company, 500 to 1,000, and possibly 1,500; the California Northwestern Railway Company from Ukiah, 1,000, and the Southern Pacific Company all the way from 6,000 to 10,000. Add to these figures the number of men needed in the harvest fields, fruit orchards and beet ranches, and you have a total considerably above that already mentioned.
Ends life's Journey. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 13 April 1900
Ends life's Journey. . Aaron Lewis, well known throughout this county &amp;s the "old lace peddler" died at the County Hospital, Jackson, April 10, \ 1900, aged 73 years. He was a native , of Prussia, but came to California in the ", early days, we believe. He stood well among all 'who knew him and was well respected. Old age and its accompanying ailments rendered him unfit, except at long intervals, for his profession, and for the past year or two he has often expressed himself as having served his time and being anxious to be called to the great beyond. He was buried Wednesday afternoon in the Jewish cemetery, near town. Quite a number of his oldtime friends were present.
Through Trains This j Month. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 13 April 1900
Through Trains This j Month. Th Santa Fe Rai\r.oad people propose to .have through trains running to Point Richmond on the Valley road by April 22d. The contractors' have finished their work and the tracks are within 300 yards of the ferry slips. The freight ferry slip is completed and the passenger slip is well under way. It is reported that the Santa Fe trains are to make the run from Stockton to San Francisco in two and a half hours. This time will be met by the Southern Pacific people . as their roadbed is in first-class condition and they have the finest' rolling stock in the country.
Health Officer's Beport. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 13 April 1900
Health Officer's Beport. The county health officer filed the following report with the . Board !of Supervisors for the month of March: Abated ten public nuisances; visited Oleta to inspect suspected case of, bubonic plague. Issued six burial permits. Causes of deaths: one asthma; two tuberculosis; one inhaling poisonous passes; one acute bronchitis; one starvation and exposure; one burial permit issued by the Coroner, cause of death, suicide by pistol shot.
Do Not Overlook This [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 13 April 1900
Do Not Overlook This And . purchase from ' some one else, ■lust received my spring and summer soods, which I carefully selected 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 chat this sale will only last for six weeks. . Max Ladar, 4-6 tf . The Tailor, Jackson, Cal.
Sealed Bids. Wanted. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 13 April 1900
Sealed Bids . Wanted. Sealed bids wanted to sink the Peerless, shaft one hundred foot. Contractors to furnish powder, candles, oaps and fuse. Bids received at the Company 's . office, Brow n building. Court street, Jackson, up to 12 o'clock noon Saturday, April 14, 1900. The Company reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Henry Osborne, l-6-2t Superintendent. '.