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Al LETTER ) FROM ALASKA. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 4 May 1900
A LETTER FROM ALASKA. Dr. C.H. Gibbons Writes the "Ledger" From Juneau. JUNEAU Alaska April 20, 1900 Dear Ledger: I wrote you last from Seattle just before the steamer sailed. It was interesting to watch the hurry and confusion of getting ready to sail, especially the loading of 310 sheep and seventy-two fat cattle. The sheep gave no trouble, as one was pulled down the gangway by the horns and the rest all followed, but the cattle were frightened by the lights, the crowd and the general strangeness of the situation, and stampeded through the warehouse and it was only by the vehement and wholesale profanity of the drivers and deckhands that finally they were safely housed on board. We retired before the ship sailed and when we awoke the ship had crossed Puget Sound, called at Port Townsend and Victoria, and was In the Gulf of Georgia. Our boat, the steamship "City of Seattle," is the finest vessel on these waters. Her state-rooms are large, her table excellent and the officers courte...
THE PHILIPPINE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 4 May 1900
THE PHILIPPINE WAR. April 26.— N0 mercy for the Filipinos. Americans to retaliate relentlessly on the guerrillas. General Bell issues a proclamation. — United States troops kill hundreds of Bolouien. — Fifty natives surrounded in a river and slain. April 27. — The slaughter of Tagals continues. Three hundred are put out of action in North Ilocos. April 28. — Hayes, who was a member of the First California and - way reported a deserter, recently died a prisoner. April 29. — But little of importance goes on in the Philippines. April 30.— Many Filipinos become victims of the death dealing missies from American guns. May I.— Filipinos besiege American troops. In five day's fighting nineteen of the Forty-third Volunteers are killed. May 2. — Filipino death list increases steadily. Considerable skirmishing. "No family can afford to be without One Minute Cough Cure. It will stop a cough and cure a cold quicker than any other medicine," writes C. W. Williams, Sterling Run, Pa. It cures crou...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 4 May 1900
BORN. MEEK— At Jackson, April 30, 19(10. to Mr. and and Mrs. Herbert Meek, a son. JOHNS— At Jackson, May I, 1900, to Mr. and Mrs. William Johns, a son. ■"■'" " DIED. YATES— At Jackson, April :*&gt;, l»*\ E. A. Yates, aged « years, a native of California. GLARK— At Oleta, May 1, 18&lt;J0, George Washington Clark, aged 74 years, 4 months, and 23 days, v, native, Qf Kentug|;y,
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 4 May 1900
LEGAL NOTICES. Notice. Amelia Gold Mining Company.— Location of principal place of business, San Francisco, California. Location of works, Amador county, California. "VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AT _JJ&gt;| a meeting of the Board of Directors, held on the ninth day of February, 1000, an assessment (No. 4) of Two and One-half Cents per share was levied upon the capital stock of the corporation; payable immediately in United States gold coin, to the Secretary, at . the office of the company, No. S» Sansome street, Room 4, San Francisco, California. . Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the fourteenth day of April, 1800, 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 the Board of Directors ■ ■ L. SCHUMACHER, Secretary. Omce — No. 3*l Sansome str...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 4 May 1900
MISCELLANEOUS. * [ SjiocsjßoingJ^ast % j| %&amp; ; js» I If you want staple footwear at cost, ! i|t ip I 4* line up with those who are buying of ; *M ||| ! !$! Peterson. This is positively a closing ' «E; iji, j out sale and no fake. , '['' iff || I 4* 1 1 Shelving, Fixtures, etc., will be for sale \|§ * after stock is sold. ..^ »; U : \\. : --i . ! ■Sg i3h &gt; ,•*-. .^ i . t^ r\r^TT^r\o ait t i ♦§§? m,\ ift ■ i *23-tf &lt; &lt;"" r A » '■"*• 1 JUiLlVJyii, ■■jdUVoull. \W egf Union Stables *»WE®il. Unu n&lt; |er Webb Hall * MAIN STREET - - JACKSON, CAL. •— — M. NEWMAH, Prop. The Stable equipped with Brut-class 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. 2-23-tf ANTONE RATTO Carpenter and Contractor ESTIMATES GIVEN ON ALL KINDS OP ♦ or .k. k - JoW &gt;lng and repairing work attended...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 4 May 1900
GLOBE *f HOTEL Corner Main and Court Streets JACKSON, CAL. E. ANDERSON : : Proprietor First-Class in Every Respect ESPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO COMmercial travelers. - Sample rooms connected with the house. The very best of service guaranteed to patrons. Good Meals, 29 Cents PLYMOUTH-JACKSON DAILY STAGE LINE . Leaves Plymouth 6:30 a. m. Leaves Jackson 2:30 p. m. JOHN STEINER, • Proprietor I -■:• ■; -*■ H* Corn, Bran, £ ... /j ' i * If ' 1 11' 'ml Middlings, a -h Rolled Barley 4 1j Mixed Feed |[ * .... .. ♦ . -* « 4 Pine and Redwood Lumber &gt; » «§* Dressed and Rough Shingles &gt;|» • Shakes and Laths . ■ &gt;» *'■'■• "I
AMADOR COUNTY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 4 May 1900
AMADOR COUNTY. Oneida— Jackson. •Work on tho 60-stam'p mill for the Oneida mine is progressing as rapidly as possible. j Central Eureka— Sutter. "■ High grade pay rock is constantly coming out of this remarkable mine, a portion of which is being hauled to the Zeila mill. This rock is said to average about $80 a ton. Work on the 10stamp mill is being pushed right along. Peerless— Jackson. The predictions of Superintendent Osborne of the Peerless mine are being verified as sinking progresses. The shaft is now down a trifie over 200 feet, and five feet of the ledge is in the shaft, and how much more there is of it will be ascertained later. An order from San Francisco was received one day this week for 5000 shares of pi-e-liminarj stock, a handsome premium being offered, but not a share could be had. ■ This shows the faith stockholders have in tho Peerless mine. Kirkwood— Jackson. The sale of the Kirkwood Mining Company's stock is something phenomenal, over half of it having been taken...
CALAVERAS COUNTY [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 4 May 1900
CALAVERAS COUNTY- Prospect: Messrs. Folsom, Hayden &amp; Walker of Stockton have recently purchased the Bluff claim of Mr. Cuslige, and have already 'commenced work. The mine, which is a gravel proposition, is situated near the Old Table Mountain school house, between El Dorado and Sheep Ranch, and in close proximity to the Martin mine. They have put in an impounding dam as required by law, and on Wednesday of this week the water was turned on. They pre using .about 150 inches of water under a 200-foot pressure. The ground has been extensively prospected and promises good returns. Getchell &amp; Austin have, completed their contract on the JO-stamp mill at Campo Seco for the Cook ■ mine and have returned to town. The mine is the property of the Standard Oil Com- pany, is situated about half a'mile from Campo Seco, on the Camanche road, and is said to be a promising proposi- tion. About a week's more work is required to get the mill in running order, when the work of ...
TUOLUMNE COUNTY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 4 May 1900
TUOLUMNE COUNTY. ' Mother Lode Magnet: Another oldtime property is being worked near Algerine. We refer to the Sullivan Brothers' claim, now called the Golden Thread. Years ago it was known as Grub Gulch claim and • considerable gold was taken from near the surface. Then j for a long period it was not worked.* ''The'' Sullivans relocated the property and bonded it to W. F. Craft. He is now- at -.work developing it, having cleaned, out the old workings and started * a crosscut. ■ Mr. Craft thinks they have a continuation of the Fleming vein. At the AliiiHt- &amp; Burnham mine, at Knight's Creek, everything, seems to be on the boom, j This mine was formerly owned by George Miner and B. F. Burnham, but an interest in it was sold to E. C. Day on the condition that he erect a mill on tho mine. This he did, and, everything being complete, they made a run on some ore with more than expectant results. This mine is advantageously situated, it costing nothing for water or steam power,...
EL DORADO COUNTY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 4 May 1900
EL DORADO COUNTY. Republican: The Grand Victory mine is under full headway. The mill is running and many men are em- Democrat: Messrs. Garland and Porter, prominent mining men of Amador county, have secured a bond on the Church J mine and will commence active . operations on tho property the Ist of the month. The mine will be un.watered and deeper developments will be prosecuted at once. Superintendent Smith was down from the Lupold mine Monday and is very enthusiastic over the future prospects of the property.
Wonderful Animal Performance. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 4 May 1900
Wonderful Animal Performance. The well known Rawson's Pacific Show of trained animals will give a performance tonight on the vacant lot opposite the cemetery, on Stasal avenue. It is considered a good animal show and has met with unbounded success in the mountain towns, and rightfully deserves it. Their performances are original, novel and entertaining, and are attended by the refined and intelligent classes. Look out for the outdoor exhibition. Show will begin at 8 o'clock. Admis-
Attend the Convention. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 4 May 1900
Attend the Convention. President C. A. Herrick, of the Jackson Republican Club, left yesterday morning to attend the Conference Convention of Republican Clubs of the Second Congressional District, to be held in Sacramento to-day and tomorrow. Other delegates of the club, who are in attendance, are as follows: S. G. Spagnoli, L. J. Fontenrose, L. M. Parker and James E. Dye Jr. :'
A Trustee Elected. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 4 May 1900
A Trustee Elected. The creditors of G. Newman, have elected Fred L. Berry of San Francisco as trustee of the property in Jackson. Mr. Berry arrived here Wednesday and assumed his duties. Cleanse the liver, purify the blood, invigorate the body by using DeWltt's Little Early Risers. These famous little pills always aot promptly. CHj Pharmacy.
ITEMS OF LOCAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 4 May 1900
ITEMS OF LOCAL INTEREST La Grippe the Most Fashion- able Desease. E. A. YATES GALLED INTO THE WORLD BEYOND The Standard Electric Company's New Water Tank.— X. S. G. W. Dele- ; , \ gates Eetnrn. lone flour is Peerless. Mrs. Robert Allen is ill. Bert Vela is on the sick list. Ben Ross, of Volcano, was in town yesterday. Miss Edna Rust is visiting friends in Sacramento. George Vela has been on the sick list this week. If you want good bread, buy only Peerless flour. 3-16-tf Mrs. Weller's for style and beauty in hats and dresses. 5-4-tf Judge John F. Davis returned home Tuesday evening. Mrs. Weller employes the only city milliner in town. 5-4-tf Miss Bertie Mason is visiting her sister in Sacramento. Pioneer Flour always has been and still is the best. 4-6tf* There are several mining deals under way in this district. If you want swell hats, go to the city trimmer at Mrs. Weller's. 5-4-tf George Gates returned from the city Wednesday evening. Mrs. D. B. Spagnoli was reported quite ill on...
PLYMOUTH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 4 May 1900
PLYMOUTH NEWS. Quite a Number of Plymouth People Afflicted With the Grippe. Plymouth, May 2, 1900. A farewell party was given in honor of Messrs. Charlie and Fred Ball in Shields' Hall last night. The young men will soon take their departure for Cape Nome. B. Breese was in town Saturday, April 28, 1900. Mrs. Victoria Glas&amp;on passed away at the age of 55 years, 5 months and 27 days, leaving a husband and daughter to mourn for her. The funeral services were conducted in tho M. E. church by Rev. C. Darling, from whence the remains were carried to Jackson for their future resting place. William Butler, who had been employed at the Huntington roller mills, is sick with an attack of the la grippe. Mrs. Norman, Mrs. True, Charles Potter, M. Leach and Mr. and Mrs. Phillips, of this place, went to Sacramento Monday to attend the fair. • Next Tuesday night in the M. E. church a professor of Atkiuson's Business College, Sacramento, will deliver a lecture. Many are complaining of th...