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Bed Front Bargains. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900
Bed Front Bargains. The annual clearance sale at the Red Front still continues, - and for the next thirty days rare ' bargains can be had there in every department, ; TbPss who have already profited by tho 'sale will tell you that no such goods can' be had for the same money anywhere else in the county. Call and inspect and you will be sure to buy. 5-4-tf "No family can hiu.hi w l;e without One Minute Cough Cure. It will stop a eougii aijij pure a cold quicker th»u any other medicine," writer C. \V. Williams, Sterling Kun, Pa. It cures croup, bronchitis and all throat and lung troubles and prevents consumption. Pleasant and harmless. City Pharmacy.
At the County Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900
At the County Hospital. Six patients were admitted to the County Hospital during the month" of April, six were discharged and two died, leaving fifty-three patients on the first day of May. itttut Knrb, Grand Chancelor, K. of P., Boonrille. lua.,.says, "peWjH's Witch Hazel Salve soothes the most jdelicatr bkin ijni] heals the most stubborn ulcer with certain and gwd *&amp;' Bulta. Cures pjles of skin deseases. poa't"jb.uy an imitation. City Pharmacy.'
AROUND PLYMOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900
AROUND PLYMOUTH. Items of General Interest are Written for the "Ledger." Plymouth, May 9, 1900. Owing to the disagreeable weather of last week it was deemed proper to postpone the picnic which was advertised to take place on the 5th inst; to Saturday,, the . 19th. The. .Native Daughters of the Golden. West and. the ladies of tho Catholic church have, been working hard for several weeks preparing for this event. It is intended that it shall have a number of unusual features for a picnic. A paVafle will be formed in the forenoon headed. by the" Preston School Band, and will .consist of several beautiful floats and. .many other elaborate displays. The, usual sories of sports will bo- indulged in by tho youths of the. county and strong competition for the handsome prizes to be ottered iscxjwcted. The scene of this event will bo at Plymouth' Park, an ideal place for a day's enjoyment. . Last Sunday was a pleasant day and tho Plymouth Band took advantage of it, and in tho afternoon appear...
DRYTOWN NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900
DRYTOWN NOTES. A Teamster Met With a Seriour Acci- dent Last Saturday. Hay grjwerg in the vicinity of Drytown have lost heavily by J,ho late rain, having cut the greater part of the crop i just in time to have it well soaked. Hflwever, "there is no great loss without some sraalf gain, 'J and in proof of the saying there are njany fields hereabouts into which a mower would not have gone had it not been for the late rain. As it is, such fields will now produce a fair crop. The boss stalk of burr clover in Am-, ador county is on exhibition in Drytown. It was raised by Sam Rogers aqd measures four feet three inches. Las Saturday night, May 5, S.'Tuttle, while haujing lumber from El Dorado MiJls t,o the Fremont mine, met "with a serious accident. The wheeler he was riding slipped and fell, pinnipg Tuttle under it. One of his legs was brpken in two places below the knee. Dr. Freshman! of Amador City wag called and reduced the fracture. I RainfaHat Drvtown so far this season/ 28:89; total ...
AMADOR CITY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900
AMADOR CITY. A Few Personals Are Sent In From Amador City. Amador City, May 8, 1900. Mrs. Susie lnman has returned from an extended visit with friends in Modesto. Mrs. Robert Ousby has been visiting friends at the Kennedy. Mr. Tempi has moved his family here from Grass Valley. , Mr. Wrigglesworth is visiting in San Francisco for a few days while Mrs. Wrigglesworth is at Warm Springs. Miss Daugberty is visiting in Stockton for a few days, after which she intends to visit in Nebraska. - .' : : '' Mrs. Peters is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Caldwell, at Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. Pritchard are visiting tn San Francisco. • " ' ; Mayme Thomas and Cora Wrigglesworth visited Plymouth last week. Minnie Hinkson visited Miss Mayme Doinah at Plmoutti last week. Perry Sherman of El Dorado is employed at the South Spring Hill. : ' . John Dotnan and son, Ray, passed through town Sunday.' ' Church services thorough't the week as usual: Preaching by pastor Sunday morning. In the evening the League will t...
THE PHILIPPINE WAR! [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900
THE PHILIPPINE WAR! May 3. —Rebels attack Americans in Catubig and after five days of hard fighting are driven. off. Over 200 Filipinos slain. /:',: '■' ]':.-'i' May 4. — American scouting party, narrowly escapes annihilation in Panay. —Insurgents fight in small bodies. ; V: May s.— General Otis leaves for. the United States and the command is transferred to General- Mac Arthur.— Guerrilla fighting likely to continue. May 6.— General Mac Arthur, in addition to his duties as commander, will exercise the authority of Military Governor of the Philippine Islands.— Little opposition is ' made on the island of Marinuque. May 7. — General Pantelon Garcia, the next highest insurgent officer to Aguinaldo, is captured. May 8. — Aguinaldo, with General Tino, reassembles his 'Filipino army. Skirmishes are 'reported from many parts of the islands, In which insurgent losses were heavy. May 9.— General Young asks for reenforcements to attack Aguinaldo.— Ten Americans hold their own against hundred...
An Old Timer. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900
An Old Timer. Geo. B. Shearer of Stockton, who with Thos. A. Springer ran . the Ledger in 1872 and 3, the latter being State Printer at the time, ,is now with the Standard Electric Co., and stationed at Spring Valley camp. Mr. Shearer also founded the Daily Independent in Suiter Creek for Jim Farley in 1874. Through the courtesy of Mr. Gilbert Boon, of the Globe Hotel, wo had the pleasure of meeting Mr. Shearer this morning. He is still full of vim and as jolly as a young man of half his age.
Tree to Inventon. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900
Tree to Inventon. The experience of C. A. Snow &amp; Co. in obtaining more than 40,000 patents for Inventors has enabled them to helpfully answer many questions relating to the protection of Intellectual 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; trademarks, designs, caveats, infringements, decisions in leading patent cases, etc.. etc. ;_T. ';V; -I: . . This pamphlet will be sent free to anyone writing to C. X. Snow &amp; Co., Washington, D. C. Five thousand spring samples of clothing, the latest patterns, on exhibition at the White House. 2 23-tf
Shoulder Dislocated. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900
Shoulder Dislocated. A young lad named Fred Uren of Newmanville, while riding one horse and leading another, was thrown off in front of Mattley's residence yesterday about noon and sustained a dislocated shoulder. Dr. Gall is in charge of the pase. ' '■'••' Peek's Additign m ow open for the sale of lots. These resident lots are the cream of the town. They are Id town virtually, and yet up out of the dust and dirt. They are cheap. 3 2tf A complete stock of washable goods, suitable for dresses, such as Lawns, Organdies, Swisses,' Nainsooks, of all the latest colorings, from 5c up, at the White House. 4-«tf Cleanse the liver, purify the blood, invigorate the body by using De Witt's Little Early Risers. These fumpus little pills always act promptly. City Pharmacy. ■ .
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900
BORN. . ' ' HOLTZ,-^Near Jackson, May 5, 1800. to Mr. and Mrs P. Iloltz. a son, - - TABOUE.— At Shareobrooh Ranch, May 4, 1000. to Mr. and Mrs. Celeb tian Taboue, a daughter. PETTY.— In San Francisco. April 29, 1900, Mrs. Carrie L. Petty, aged about 40 years, a native of California. VENN,— At Plymouth, this county, May 2, 1900. : William Venn, aged gO years, a native of Wales. VELA— Near Jackspn, Sunday, May 6, 1900, Herbert Vela, aged sH years, a native of Caliornja. McCaJl's Magazine. By reference to oi)r clubbing rates our readers will see that we furnish McCall's Magazine, an especial favorite witb the ladies, and the Amador Ledger, both one year for only $2.25. Each subscriber receives a McCall Magazine pattern, which is worth at least one-fifth of the price paid. If our people desire cheap and profitable reading we are prepared to furnish it. * W. If. Shjpman, Beardsley, Mjnn., under oath says he suffered from dyspepsia for fwenty-fl ve years. Doctors' anil 'dteting' gave but ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900
LEGAL NOTICES. Sheriff's Notice of Sale of Real Estate: BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION ISsued out of the Superior Court of the County of, Amador, State of California, dated May 9th, 1900 in a certain action wherein Charles W. Trotter as plaintifl recovered judgment against Albany Gold Mining Company, a corporation, defendant, for the sum of Bye hundred forty-nine and 37-100 ($549.37) • dollars, lawful money of tbe United. States. land; costs of suit taken at ten aufl .'is-lim dollars, on the 9th day of May, 19U0, together with interest thereon at seven per cent per annum from said date, and costs and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described property, to wit: The Elephantine .Gold Mine, sometimes called the Elephantine Quartz Mine, and some times called the Elephantine Quartz Mining Claim, consisting of 15tM linear feet alone the course of the lode, together with 3UO feet surface ground each side of tho center thereof, situated in Jackson Mining District, County of Amado...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900
MISCELLANEOUS Shoes Going Fast If you want staple footwear at cost, line up with those who are buying of Peterson. This is positively a closing out sale and no fake. Shelving, Fixtures, etc., will be for sale after stock is sold. A. F. PETERSON, Jackson. Union Stables GLOBE HOTEL Under Webb Hall * , MAIN STREET - - JACKSON, CAL. Corner Main and Court Streets JACKSON, CAL. . . ,-, *"" '. Ml JfEWMAF, Prop. , c. r ANDERSON : : Pf oprlctor The Stable equipped with first-class stoeh FirSt-CIaSS in Pvprv Peciw* and vehicles. Suitable rigs for Commercial .^*aSS in JiVery. KeSpeCt travelers with trunks. " ■ ;.. S peelalAtte«tlo»p,,d' * ES^r^K : . nected with the house. . The very best of ser- * to Transient Stock. vice guaranteed to patrons. -,-^ Large stable and yard for use of teamsters. «ood Meals. 23 Cents. ; , Telegrams answered free of cost. . 2-23-tf — ' ANTONERATTO , PLYMOUTH-JACKSON Carpenter and Contractor DAILY STAGE LINE X^r?ad P wT P i^^ daresB ?! riegM^' JOHN STEINER. '- Propr...
WORK AT CENTRAL EUREKA [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900
WORK AT CENTRAL EUREKA Machinery for the Altaite Mine. P BUNGH OF RICH ROCK FOUND AT THE GWIN The Commodore Cleanup Beyond Expectations. — Tunneling at the Central Eureka— Sutter Creek- | A new hoist is in process of erection at the Central Eureka mine. ; Work on the mill is also in progress*. In the meantime rock is being crushed at the Zeila mill that will go about $100 to the ton. Supt. Thomas is carrying out his plans in a mo.-t efficient and satisfactory manner. Booth Eureka— Sutter Creek. At the South Eureka mine a new hoist is being built and other necessary are making. : . Bunker Hill— Amador City. The old shaft of the Bunker Hill mine, which is about 300 feet deep, has been cleaned out to a depth of 350 feet, and the work Is going forward at the rate of about 100 feet a month. If this mine does not eventually make a good dividend payer, some of the best judges of mining property In Amador county will be at fault. ' It Is considered a sure shot. Altaite— Amador. Preparations...
CALAVERAS COUNTY [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900
CALAVERAS COUNTY- Prospect: The sale of the Veritas, or what is better known as the Fellowcraft mine, under an execution issued to C. Tiscornia, which was to have taken place last Wednesday, j has been postponed. Albert M. Armstrong, of the law firm of Kinley &amp; Armstrong,' attorneys for the Veritas people, came up Tuesday night, and Wednesday effected the postponement. They had previously obtained an injunction out of Judge Belcher's court, restraining the sheriff from selling the stock,' and on representations that the money would be forthcoming to satisfy, the .claim against the mine,, secured .the postponement of the sale of the personal till the 11th inst. Mr. Kinley, the other member of the firm, is • now in the east trying to raise the money, with good prospects of success. ■ The bullion shipment from the Utica this month looked like old times again. Two big boxes, ea*h a good load for two men, went out on the Valley Spring stage and two armed messengers went along...
TUOLUMNE COUNTY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900
TUOLUMNE COUNTY. New Era: The Laurel mine lies half a mile north of Arastraville and is owned by B. ' Fowles, though held under bond by a San Francisco company. Last June it was equipped with a powerful Park &amp; Mason steam hoist and an air compressor made by the Compressed Air Machine Company of San Francisco. At the same time underground ""operations were begun. The main shaft is down 220 feet, at which point sinking was discontinued, twenty feet of the working left for sump room and a level established at 200 feet,* from which point a ] drift has been run south twenty feet. The vein thus far has averaged fourteen inches in thickness and its value fully satisfies the interested parties. From this drift a crosscut is ' being driven to tap the Dead Dog vein, which was once an individual location, but is now part of the Laurel. The crosscut is expected to expose several minor gold-bearing veins before reaching the objective Dead Dog. '" Number 1 level, 100 feet from the sur...