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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 20 April 1900
BORN. BOXALL— At Hodson, Calaveras county, April 10, 1000, to Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Boxall, a daughter. RAFFANTI— In Jackson, April 17, 1900, to Mr. and Mrs. V. Raffanti, a daughter.' - . bride's mother, Jackson, Cal., Wednesday, April 18, 1900, by Rev. F. A. Morrow, Mr. Joseph Datson and Miss Rosa E. Holtz, both of Jackson. SUTTERLY— In lone, April 14, 1900, Clement ■ Sutterly, aged about 51 years, a native of New Jersey. ■ '■' '" fuji Notice for Publication. TIMBKH LAND. ACT JUNE 3. 1878. ':' v United States Lard Office, Sacramento, California, March 22, 1900. -\fOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT IN J3| compliance with the provisions of the act of Gongress 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 Juckson. county of Amador, State of California, has this day Hied In this office his sworn statement No. 1580, for ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 20 April 1900
,&amp;\ LEGALf NOTICES ■ j ■:- 1 ■ ... . #* - - . _ ■ i£rf ) 1 ' "&lt;■'■'■ ■■ •■ ■ 0 i Assessment Notice. Amelia Gold Mining Company.— Location of principal-place or business, San Francisco, California. Location of works, Amador •county, California. "VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AT _Lt| a meeting of the Board of Directors, held on the ninth day of February, 1900, an assessment (No. 4) of Two and One-half . Cents per share was levied upon tho capital stock of the l}aS'coTn!%e lm^rt!al^t^Slnc^ ?^n?SSg&amp;,fS B g?o l Sf£*»? e street - Room Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the fourteenth day of April, 1900, will be delinquent and advertised for sale at; public, 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. . I ' ■ ■ By order/&gt;f the Board of Directors r&gt;m C j£ SCHUMACHER, ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 20 April 1900
5c Imi'scellaneous. :W. SHOES IT WHOLESALE The largest exclusive Shoe Stock rj, || in;|| W ■ HI in Amador County to be; closed i) (■ *SiZ&lt;iHi . ■'. Ift ['[ out at wholesale prices, without xf\ ' : any reserve whatever. ' SALE WILL BEGIN APRIL h 1^1900? 7 I V/ &gt; continue until the entire stock j| ; "^gtC -' s dosed out. No more repairing I "/l\i - : will be taken .after- this « date.i &lt;m: i March 23. Sheiving, Fixtures, etc., will be for sale, after stock ii sold. , ||S|ipi|R|||lil I '"■-■' . . ■' .' ' ' - - ■ T : ■ ' .• '; ■ :- : 'r, :.-•,■» a •■&lt;.*&gt; Entirely New r ; Spring and Summer 6oods ' ' ' ~^T^ ' " '*■ Silk Waist Patterns Corded Taffetas ,: . 1 I Satines GlavinovicK • Corded Madras &amp; Parker -^%^. Fancy Dry Good Notions DEALERS IN \ Organdies fiEIEUL IEKIIIDin - Lhmitns Toadies' and Gents Footwear ■ ■ - " ~- ■ ..'if.'r.y.'. Straw, Crash and Felt Hats *J? 4» A full line of Children and Youth's Suits Choice lots ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 20 April 1900
fl WEEK OMMLOYED JOY Sacramento Street Fair * and Trades Carnival SACRAMENTO, CAL.y April 30 to May 5, Inclusive A' Hew and Unique Feature - - ,-rj^ in Open Air Enjoyment _ FREE ATTRACTIONS :-C;A£ ■ — — ■• ':■•■' Floral Parade, Hay lst-May Say. . ' Procewions each and every day. /'■.-■ Grand Mardi Gras Carnival on SATURDAY, * MAY *sth;; The Grandest Spectacle - - - ; Ever Witnessed In California. BRING YOUR FAMILY. NOTHING vfIJKE IT EVER SEEN. **- im A^H.KUHLiHAN Contractor and Builder Will do work in any part of I Amador County. If you want to build, send a note to Jackson , Postoffice and I will call on you. : Estimates furnished without cost on any kind of building. • Will make plans and specifications for you. mar2tf ♦LIBERTY H SALOON^ . Sanguinetti Building Main Street Jackson L. PERLANDA, : : : Proprietor Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars Almaya on hand,
A MILL FOR THE NUGGET [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 20 April 1900
A MILL FOR THE NUGGET "Work on the Oneida Mill Is Under Way. &gt;. ■ ■ ■■ MOTHER RICH STRIKE MADE AT TBE FINNEGAN The Gold Production of the Jumper Said to Exceed All Former 7 Cleanups. Hngget— lone. j At the Nugget mine, lone, the own- • ers, Messrs. Adams, Carlisle and,Robertson, are taking out quartz seamed with . free gold* and abounding in sulphurets. A mill Is now in operation. TTrsnla— lone. The Ursula mine near" lone, owned by Messrs. Adams, Burris and Schmidt, is on the same lodge that the Nugget encounters and the production is similar. One mill will probably answer for both mines. Beduction Co.— Plymouth. : The New Western Mining and Reduction Co., of Plymouth, Frank J. Moffit, Oakland) president, and -Todd' C. Wood worth,' superintendent, is doing nicely.' The canvas plant is running smoothly and effecting quite a saving in fine sulphurets. Everything else about the works is arranged to run as automatically and economically as possible. Gritton— Volcano. At the G...
CALAVERAS COUNTY [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 20 April 1900
CALAVERAS COUNTY- Chronicle: S. E. Redmond, late of the Metropolitan .Hotel at San Andreas, and Mike Rigney went to El Dorado last Monday where they will engage in prospecting the Ritter mine; They took a good supply of provisions along and will "batch it" in a cabin on the mine. They have some fine rock in sight, and, as these j gentlemen are full of push and energy, ' operatious will be crowded as rapidly as possible. A piece of rock from this mine that had been left at the Metropolitan Hotel in San' Andreas, was thrown out this week by the present proprietor, as only a slight speck of gold could be seen on the outside. It was afterward picked up and broken - open by L. S. Pelton who was suprised to find that it contained a large quantity of free gold. The boys undoubtedly . have a good thing and we wish them every success. J. E. Burton, who is largely inter-, ested in mining in these parts, has secured from Lee Vandel and S. C. Peek a working bond for one year on their "* propert...
TUOLUMNE* COUNTY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 20 April 1900
TUOLUMNE* COUNTY. Independent: The Jumper is said to be turning out more gold than during any other period of tho famous bullion producer's history. The mining atmosphere is loaded with prophesies that a $500,000 clean-up can be expected from ther- present run. This estimate may bo a shade high, but not enough to seriously (interfere with the figures when given approximately. | Orders have been received from the Goldwin Company to go ahead with the new flume, and Captian ' McClintock, superintendent,' will have construction begun no later than Thursday of next week. . The . flume will be 2600 feet long.- The! machinery for the mine is arriving,' and in two months everything will be in readiness for the aggressive underground campaign contemplated. ; New Era: &lt;-. Superintendent P.' J. Kerrigan arrived in Carters the fore part of the week from San Francistfo. He has since gone' to Lost Fox for the purpose of making the necessary preparations for the resumption of work. The ...
Attention Bon* of St. George. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 20 April 1900
Attention Bon* of St. George. Officers and members of Admiral Dewey Lodge No. 425, Sons of St. George, and sojourning members of the Order, are hereby requested to meet at I. O. O, F. Hall, Jackson, Sunday morning at 10 o'clock to form a parade and attend services at the M. E. church commemorative of St. George Day. H. Digby Johnston, L. L. D., will conduct the services, 1 ' his subject being "The Religious Aspects of the South African War."
Notice to the 'Public. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 20 April 1900
Notice to the 'Public. Unless better order is observed in the corridor of the postoffice during the distribution of the evening mail, the outside doors will be closed until the general delivery window is opened. ; . Geo. C. Folger, Postmaster. Jackson, April 20, 1900. To secure the original witch hazel salve, ask for De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve, well known as a certain cure for piles and skin diseases. Beware of worthless counterfeits. They are dangerous. City Pharmacy .
Amador City. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 20 April 1900
Amador City. Amador City, April 18, 199. In a friendly game of baseball last Sunday at Burkes grove our boys won a great victory over the Jackson nine by a score of 13 to 6. John Noeo returned home Tuesday from a pleasant trip to the Bay city. Miss Katie Nichols was over on a visit from Sutter Creek last Sunday.' Simon Reeves is working at the Keystone mine. Sheriff U. S. Gregory of Jackson was in town on Tuesday. I'iy Mrs. Ben White, who has been quite sick, is better again. Gus Bessell, who has been working at the Bay State mine near Plymouth, has returned. Constable Gray of Sutter Creek was a business visitor here last Saturday.' | j John Voning is on the sick list. A grand farewell reception was tendered to Mrs. Nicholas King and family on Tuesday evening at Fallon's hall. They departed for their home in Alaska this morning. Andrew Noce, "former foreman of the Keystone mine but now at the Oneida, was here Sunday. Admiral Schley.
AUKUM. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 20 April 1900
AUKUM. A Picnic at the Wrigglesworth Grove on May 11th. AUKUM, April 15, 1900. Mrs. Jack French, who has been quite sick, is improving slowly. Quite a number of the young people attended the Easter services in Oleta. Will Leventon, who was seriously injured by a horse falling on him, is now thought to be out of danger. J. Wrigglesworth Jr. and family of Plymouth, spent Saturday and Sunday with their parents. Frank Traganza went to Sacramento last Wednesday to remain for a short time. Asa Farnsworth is the happy father of a little boy. ' Art Mills paid Sacramento a visit last week. The picnic at Wrigglesworth 's grove will be given May 11th. The entertainment given by the Loyal Tern perence Legion at the Aukum hall last Saturday night was a success in every respect; there was about 175 | people present. The programme was as follows: - - N ■:-., March and Welcome song by thirty children. Recitation— Opening address, Hettie Seeley. Recitation— "The Minister to Tea," Ralph McNaughten. D...
SPRING VALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 20 April 1900
SPRING VALLEY. A Little Child Seriously Scalded at An Easter Picnic. Our farmers in this locality are making ready to cut hay soon, as the north winds of the past few days have helped the volunteer crops wonderfully. Mrs. James V bright, who has been having a long siege of rheumatism, is improving very slowly. C, W, Morrow, superintendent q! the Zontth mine lias gone to San Francisco and will be ab.-**ftt'a few ' Jays.*" *'*■ £ \ Henry Greiliuh paid our valley a vi^it las-t Sunday. &lt;■&lt;■ The road between here and Plymouth has been kept'hot for the past few days by the young folks going up to have theirphqtos taken. ' Last Sunday; while some of the children of the Slate Creek school were having an Easter picnic,' 'after ■'having boiled some eggs, ono of the little ones in throwing away the boiling water threw.it on Minnie Withrow, scalding her from her knee to her foot very severely. . • ,:. Henry White and family have been on the sick list the past week with the...
SOUTH JACKSON. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 20 April 1900
SOUTH JACKSON. "Live Oak" Bends In a Few Bouth Jackson .;' , - -'.V ;,.,;. Hotes. :; ;. ? South Jackson," April 18, 1900. , Mrs. J. B. Maguire and son returned to their home at Mokelumne' j Hill, after a three weeks' visit with relatives in South Jackson. ..*. ..■ | ■ Mr. and Mrs. George - Miller, and Master -Willie Miller of Sacramento, came up. on. the stage- Wednesday "of last week; they will remain for some time. ' • . Cynthia Love has been quite sick for the past week, and is still very ill.' '. ■ Live Oak.
Borne Have Besponded. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 20 April 1900
Borne Have Besponded. A week or two ago the Ledger requested all subscribers to look at the date on their respective papers, and send in the amount now due. .We are pleased to note that a few have responded to our call. It is quite important that more should do so without delay. We' do not think it is a fair deal to oblige us to spend half the amount due the Ledger by keeping a collector in the field, but unless the money now due, and much of it is long since due, is promptly paid, our only remedy Ms to ' collect' it." -There; are some subscribers whp have not paid a cent for the paper, for eight years, many others are from three to six years in arrears. v This is not business,' and it must be remedied.' Kindly look at the date and send in what you can spare, if you are not prepared to pay it all 4n one payment. A receipt will be mailed to you promptly for the sum sent in and due credit given. Send either by express, registered letter, Wells, Fargo &amp; Co's money order or ...
Off for Europe. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 20 April 1900
Off for Europe. Next Wednesday a party consisting of Judge Garroute, of the Supreme Court, wife and two grown daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. McGee, and Miss Christine Rickert, will leave San Francisco," enroute to | Europe. ! The party will visit Salt Lake City, Omaha, Kansas City,- Chicago, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore and New York, sailing' for Southampton, on the fast steamer Maria ' Theresa, May 22d. From thence they will travel through England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales and portions of Germany, entering France in time to reach the Paris Exposition July 4th. . . .:■.
Three Men Arrested. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 20 April 1900
Three Men Arrested. Three woodchoppers . named ' George Green, Harry Hoff and George Hoff, who were working near Carbondale for Captain Bell of Stockton, had a dispute with their employer one day this week which led to blows, Captain Bell being knocked down during the melee. A warrant "was sworn out and Sheriff Gregory and Constable Pat Kelly arrested the men Wednesday and brought them to the county bastile.
Down a Manway 40 Feet. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 20 April 1900
Down a Manway 40 Feet. Charles Ruie, with an armful of wedges, was ascending the manway 'of the north shaft of the Kennedy on Friday afternoon of last week", "when he lost his hold and fell a distance of forty feet. '■ He escaped with but little injury, his right side ' receiving the brunt of the fall. Dr. Gall is in attendance and says his patient will be all right in a few days.
Free to Inventors. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 20 April 1900
Free to Inventors. The experience of C. A. Snow &amp; Co. in obtain, ing more than 90,000 patents for Inventors has enabled them to helpfully answer many questions relating 4» the protection »f iiXelhrotual property. This they have done in a pamphlet treating briefly of United States' and foreign patents, with cost of same, and how to procure them; trade marks, designs, cavuats, infringements, decisions in leading patent cases, etc.. etc. . . This pamphlet will be sent free to anyone writing to C. A. Snow &amp; Co., Washington, D. C.