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Horse and Buggy for Sals. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 27 April 1900
Horse and Buggy for Sals. The underoigned will sell his horse and busgy at a very reasonable price. T.erms cash. Call on or apply to Dr. C. a.. Hprriek:, Jackson, Cal. 4-13-tf A complete stock of washable goods, suitable for dresses, such as Lawns, Organdies, Swisses, Nansooks, pf all the latest colorings, frpm 5c up, at the White House. . •J-ptf H. Clark, Chauncey , Ga., says De Witt's WlUb Hazel Salve cured him of piles that bad afflicted him for twenty years. It is also a speedy cure for skin deseases. Beware of dangerous counterfeits. City Pharmacy. ftjr a clean shave or a stylish i haircut, go to the Globe Shaving Parlor. North Main struct, V. A. Marini, proprietor. i'^ 1 Fifty pieces of light figured calico, spring styles, new patterns, at 5 cents per at the White House. 2-16-tf
COUNTY CENTRAL COMMITTEE [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 27 April 1900
COUNTY CENTRAL COMMITTEE Decides How Republican Delegates Shall be Chosen.. April 26, 1900. A meeting of the Republican County Central Committee was held in Jackson on the above date. The Chairman, Hon. E. C. Voorheis, in calling the meeting to order, stated 'that the object of calling a Committee meeting* was for the purpose of determining the manner of selecting delegate*, to the State Convention that is to be held in Sacramento, on the loth day of May, 1900, either by primary election, by vote of Kepublican Chios, or by appointment by the County Central Committee. The Secretary, James E. Dye, read Call, which is as follows: • CALL FOR SECOND CONGRESSIONAL DIS'T REPUBLICAN CONVENTION. At a meeting of the Republican Congressional Committee of the Second Congressional District of California, held in the City of Sacramento, April 19, 1900, the following resolutions \v o re adopted: Resolved, That the Republican Convention of the Second Congressional District of California is hereby c...
THE PHILIPPINE WAR. ! [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 27 April 1900
THE PHILIPPINE WAR. ! April 19.— Colonel James S. Pettit will be tried by court martial. He turned a captured Filipino over for execution without a trial. April 20. — Heavy_ sentences are pronounced upon Filipino combatants.— Safe arrivals at Manila of two transports. April 21.— There is a lull in Philippine movements. April 22.^-General Wheeler sets on foot a movement among Catholic women in the United States to aid the poor of the Philippines. — General Gamboni says tbero never will be peace in the Islands. April 23. —One week's slaughter of Tagals exceeds a thousand. American loss trifling.— Genoral Pio Del Pilar, formerly reported slain, appears at th« head of his old command near San Miguel.— Ships flying the Filpino flag are captured. April 24.— Filipinos lose onergy in their fighting. Only an occasional skirmish is indulged in. . . ' "' April 25.— General Young inflicts heavy loses on the rebols. ■ During the operations from the 15th to the 17th of April the enemy lost 333 ki...
DOCUMENTS RECORDED. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 27 April 1900
DOCUMENTS RECORDED. DEEDS. T VVostfall to C. L. Mast-One-half interest in Honolulu Lady; $100. A. Tessioret al. to J. N. Lofstad— Red Tape Mine; $605. T. Smith to T. A. Wilson— Property of Calvin Russell, deceased; $100. J. Ilayden et al. to John Ross Jr.— Minine property; $10. . •AT 6 N," R nn ce E t ; o sui.° n&gt;eSPieTrSE '&lt; ° f SeC " OD Addie Abbott t* S. C Wheeler— 9.40 acres in townships: slso. • " J. Green to Martina Watkins— Lot in Sutter Creok;sU). MOKTIMGES. T Frakes to Q. Levaggl-~Land iq Sutter Creek; $1)83. SATISFACTION OK MOKTUAIiK W. J. McGee to H. E. Potter. MS PENDENS. J. Rick vs Mary Whelan. ' Mary Harmon vs E. Speer et al. Otto Korb, Grand Chancelor, K. of P., Boonville. Ind., says, "DeWitfs Witch Hazel Salve soothes the most delicate skin and heals the most stubborn ulcer with certain and good results. Cures piles of skin deseases. Don't buy an Imitation. Cjty Pharmacy.
St. Augustine1? Gsild, [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 27 April 1900
St. Augustine 1 ? Gsild, St. Augustine's Guild will meet at the residence of Sirs. G. A. Waltonspell near Broadway, next Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. A full attendance i-s requested. bive thousand spring samples of clothing 1 , ''the ' latest mtterns, on exhibition at tha White House.' 2 £}-tf
Of Intereit to PnpiliT?1 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 27 April 1900
Of Intereit to PnpiliT? 1 The following communication is selfexplanatory: q?- \ • fe \ m Santa CRUZ CaI., April 14, 1900. Mr. George A. Gordon, County Superintendent of Amador County. We desire to offer two scholarships in your county, one to the young lady and to the young gentleman who wiil secure the | highest percentage on examination. This examination ' is to be conducted by the- County Board of Education in any manner it 1 may; see -fit. We; suggest that each teacher in the annual examinations which &gt; take; place in June, select the best set of papers of the ninth or last year of the Grammar Department, or the best in any High School of the county, submit those papers to the County Board,' and the County Board :will then select from them the two best and recommend the parties to us for the scholarship. This scholarship is good for. a six months' course in Chestnut wood's Business College in either the Commercial or the and Shorthand Department. We suggest that with ...
The South African War. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 27 April 1900
The South African War. Last Saturday evening, April 21st, in Webb Hall, under the auspices of Admiral Dewey Lodge, No. 425, Sons of St. George, H. Digby Johnston, L. L. D., late of London, delivered his lecture entitled "The South African War: Its Causes and Probable Consequences" to an appreciative audience. The able lecturer made out a strong case against the Boera, and from his standpoint of observation Great Britain is wholly in the right and fully justified, under all rules governing | the world's onward march toward a higher civilization, in, if necessary, wiping the Boers off the face of the earth, unless they yield to English rule. We only have space for one extract from the lecture, which is as follows: "Jews arelall and absolutely excluded from the franchise or any participation whatever in the government of the country. Roman Catholics are also absolutely excluded. What say you to that, my Irish friend— you who have so recently become an admirer of the Boer? To the Boers ...
SUPERIOR COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 27 April 1900
SUPERIOR COURT. Estate or Daniel Stewart— Final discharge of executrix and executors. Estate of John Fullen— Final discharge of administrator. . Estate of Henry Stephens— Decree of settlement of account and decree of distribution. Estate of Gustave Boichegrain— Contest to will Hied. Hearing on Qnal account and petition for distribution continued to May Ist. - • ■ &lt; E. Ginocchio et al. vs. Maria Cassellaet al.— Trial continued to May 3d. Joseph* Bernardls vs. Annie E. Allen, administratrix—Motion for a new trial submitted. Mary E. Harmon vs. Elizabeth Speer et al.— Action for a partition of the real property of estate of James Speer, deceased. - John Reik vs. Mary E. Whelon et al.— Action to correct a certain deed. In the matter of the estate of Gustave Boichegrain, deceased— Stipulation filed that time of trial of contest to will be fixed by Court on September 15. 1900; that account of executor be heard May 1, 1901). ■ First-class bathing accommodations at the Globe Shavi...
McCaU's Magazine. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 27 April 1900
McCaU's Magazine. Sample copies of McCall's Magazine at the Ledger office, without money and without price, Step in and get one. First come, first served. » , Cleanse the liver, purify the blood, Invigorate the body by using De Witt's Little Early Risers. These famous little pills always act promptly. City Pharmacy. ■ - . .
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 27 April 1900
LAMBERT.— At AmadorCity, Thursday, April 10, 1000, to Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Lambert, a son. SCOHLE.— At Jackson, April 23, 1900, to Mr. . and Mrs. Alfred Scoble, a son. MARRIED. ; ~~ VALVO— BRINNADELLI.— At the Catholic church, Rev. Father Gleeson officiating, Wednesday morning, April 25, 1900, Mr. Frank Valvo and Miss Louisa Brinnadelli. ~~ DIED. ; ~ WARREN.— At Plymouth, this county, Friday. April 30, 1900, George Warren, aged about 62 years, a native of England. RANSOME.— At Gwinmine, April 25, 1900, of typhoid fever, E. Ransome, age and nativity not given. Notice for Publication. timber land. act june 3, 1878. United States land Office, Sachamknto. California, March 22, 1900. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT IN compliance with the provisions of the act of Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled "An act for tho 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 ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 27 April 1900
LEGAL NOTICES. Assessment Notice. Amelia Gold Mining - Company.— Location of principal place of business, San Francisco, California. Location of works, Amador county. California. "NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AT 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 the capital stook of the corporation, payable Immediately in United States gold coin, to the Secretary, at the office of the company, No. a» Sansome street, Room 4, San Francisco, California. 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. • By order of tho Board of Directors. ',' ■ r&gt;™ « h SCHUMACHER, Secretary. Office— No. 330 Sansom...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 27 April 1900
MISCELLANEOUS. Union Stables Under Webb Hall MAIN STREET - - JACKSON, CAL. M. NEWMAN, Prop. The Stable equipped with first-class 1 stock and vehicles. Suitable rigs for Commercial travelers with trunks. Special Attention Paid * * to Transient . Stock. Large stable and yard for use of teamsters. Telegrams answered free of cost. 8-33-tf ANTONE RATTO Carpenter and Contractor ESTIMATES GIVEN ON ALL KINDS OF work. Jobbing and repairing work attended to promptly. Address at Fregulia's shop. Broadway. Jackson. Entirely New Spring and Summer Goods x y ■ ■'• \v \z • ■■•••■ :■ ■ ':V '■ .. : ] ■ - '/' I Silk Waist Patterns Corded TaflPetas I I Satines • Glavinovich Corded Madras j &amp; Parker Fancy Dry Good Notions DEALERS IN- ■/;... J iwnuuo ■- ■ ■ ■■• Organdies - ■.;•.■»■; GENERAL MERCHANDISE '■ ■.-_ -.■■. ■ . •■•■?■ •••■■- l ■•-.-_..,. JLhmitns Vi: ;!•:;- JACKSON. p -I : . • . Ladies' and Gents Footwear Straw, Crash and Felt Hats *fe A full line of Children and ; A.H.KUHUHAN ' S* i...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 27 April 1900
GLOBE -j- HOTEL Corner Main and Court Streets &gt;• .•.-•! JACKSON, CAL. • E.ANDERSON : : Proprietor 1 1 Hi .»!/ £Mft j ,-&lt;:.: - 1 \ U '.I First-ClassMn* Every ' Respect ESPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO COMmerclal travelers.. Sample rooms connected with the house. ; Tha very best of service guaranteed to patrons. '. ■ , .:■ 6ood Meals,' 23 Cents PLYMOUTH-JACKSON DAILY -'STAGE!; 1 LINE Leaves Plymouth 9:30 a. m. Leaves Jackson 2:30 p.m. . JOHN STEINER. ';. : JPwjfhtor it , ;y ■■•■ *- it Corn, Bran, ■*• „ Middlings, :[ if Rolled Barley *- j i Mixed Feed | [ &lt; i ■'..■• ' ' ■ Z V v;.. ; : •»$• « * Pine and Redwood Lumber £ » m * Dressed and Rough Shingles &gt; » ■m * Shakes and Laths £ J
AMADOR COUNTY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 27 April 1900
AMADOR COUNTY. Old Eureka— Sutter Creek. Dame Rumor is on tip-toe with ears alert owing to a report to the effect that Mrs. Hettie Green of Now York has at last signified a willingness to allow the famous) Old Eureka mine of Sutter Creek to bi.- reopened. It is believed among the' people of 1 Am ado r county that untold weath is locked up in the Old Eureka, and that if work is resumed the out put will materially add to the annual gold production of this county. • ; Baliol- Sutler | Creek. ' ■ Anew hoist for the Baliol mine is under way, Knight &amp; Co., of Sutter Creek, having the contract. Central Eureka— Butter Creek. Very rich ore, running from $70 to $80 per ton, is being hauled to the Zeila mill from the Central Eureka mine. The shaft is about 1680 feet deep. The 10-stamp mill, now being built, will' be able to handle the rich ore, and when the lower grade levels are worked more stamps will be added. Kennedy— Jackson. The south and north shafts of the Kennedy mine are ...
CALAVERAS COUNTY [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 27 April 1900
CALAVERAS COUNTY- Citizen: Things are being pushed on the Sheep Ranch mine by Mr. Gutmann, more than seventy men' being now steadily employed. The r.new 20stamp mill is running night and day on as good rock as ever came out of this rich old producer. ;-&gt;:" , The Vorlander Mining Company will let a contract for drifting north and south along the vein on the 150-foot level. Several hundred feotof drifting and crosscutting will be done, and bidders have the option to take all or part of the work. The company will supply machinery and power. This mine is located at Middle Bar and C. M. Burleson is the superintendent. • '■ ■ Prospect: Teams have been engaged during the week in hauling rock from the Commodore mine, below town to the Ford mill. Two hundred tons will be. crushed, enough to make a "thorough test of the rock; and if the • results are satisfactory it is probable .that the erection of a mill on the Commodore will follow. The rock looks ' well, and in the opinion of e...
TUOLUMNE COUNTY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 27 April 1900
TUOLUMNE COUNTY. New Era: The Bicknell mine, situated between Big Oak Flat and Groveland, and now bonded to Mr. Brunson and others,; is being- developed and is showing!- well. The shaft is down 65 feet. The vein is unusually strong, being forty feet in width, and the average value of the ore Is about $5 per ton. The Dorsey " ditch, above the mine, is being repaired and will furnish the necessary .water. This | grade of the ore, with water for motive power, will yield a good margin of profit. T. J. Curley and William S. O'Brien have an extremely encouraging- prospect east? of the: Buchanan. They have reached a? depth of 70 feet, at which place the vein is eight feet wide and assays $45 per ton. . Independent: The 20 stamps at the Confidence are busy on rock that seems perfectly satisfactory to all concerned, while the underground workings of, the] mine 'proper are showiug up* a quality "of ore from' which substantial dividends can be expected. * The main shaft of the Rawhide will soo...
EU'DORADO COUNTY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 27 April 1900
EU 'DORADO COUNTY. Nugget: At the Starlight the 10stamp mill is running steadily on firstclass ore. Mr. Vance, the superintendent, says there is a large body of it, enough to keep the mill running all summer. It is an interesting sight to see those buckets of ore, on the elevated cable railway which traverse the hill from the shaft and hoisting works' .over 200 yards ■ to the mill, running on an .; endless 'cable. The old Starlight mine has never levied an assessment by its - present . stockholders, the Hawley Bros, of San Francisco. The mine has more than paid the expenses of sinking and constructing the two hoists and the mill, Divides paying a handsome dividend to its present owners. Mr. Neilson Is the underground superintendent of the mine. The great Oro Fino mine is one of the best and. most systematically managed mine in this county. It is run by water power j of ; 150 inches from the Park Canal -Company's ditch. The shaft Is down 700 feet. There Is a vein of low grade ore of ...