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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 7 February 1908

... . .T, „ For that cough Take Ruhser's White Pine, Tar and Menthol 50 cents per bottle RUHSER'S CITY PHARMACY. Jackson* Cal. TEMPKRATORE AND RAINFALL This table gives the highest and lowest tern porature in Jackson for each day, together with tho rainfall, as recorded by self-registering instruments kept at tbe Ledger office : Temp | |Temp:| Date. ; g, Date. ; in |L.;II. 5 jL,.jH.j3 JilD. 1..1908: St! 61O.OSijliQ. 17 \ 40: 62: ' ■i iß* 73: i! 18 | 47; 630.13 3 i 2n: 61: !| 19 i»V 701 4 ! 28: 6* .6):' 20 j 48! 53§.40 ft i 2»! »8 ; i! 21 i 43; flOjOrn 0 i 28^ 70 !j 2iJ ! 411 63!0.(M 7 ! 2s! 73: i! 23 ! 43; (!«:• 8 1 28 : 73: U 24 1 38; 500.48 0 j 31; 7* .07: 25 ! 38; 55 0.a5 10 1 81! SO! i 28 i 83 73 0.03 II i3B 73: ! 27.....! 83! 611; 12 i 65 70;0.02 28 j 34! 0»: 13 ! 47i 60:0.08:; 29 ! 31] &i. 14 ! 43 45J1.69 30 j 81 65 : 15 i 43: 490.07; i 31 i 301 47! 16 | 33| 02! i! i i i Temp | |Temp:| Date. ; g, Date. ; in |L.;II. 5 jL,.jH.j3 JilD. 1..1908: St! 61O.OSijliQ. 17 \ 40: 62: '...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 7 February 1908

6 Clipped from our Exchanges From Near-by Counties. The many friends and acquaintances of Kube K. McCoy will regret to learn of his death which ocourred In Unit Thursday morning, shortly niter 10 o'clock. For over a year the com paratively young man has suffered from tuberculosis, which was the cause of death. Kube K. McCoy wan a native of Cnilfornla, born nt Vol cano, Amador county, July 8, 1875, aged 32 years, ('• months and 22 days, ills parents tire still Jivin«--tlin father, U. K. McCoy, resides at Vol cano, while bia mother, Mrs Ellen McCoy, imd a brother and sister 11. M. McCoy and Minnie McCoy, make their homes Id Hacrameuto. He leaves a married sister residing in .Sun Francisco, Airs Lizzie Hill, be sides a brother, A. K. McCoy of Jack eon. Home few years ago ho was married to Misa Pearl Hicks of this place. The widow survives him, but there was no issuo. Rube K. McCoy was a member of Liodi Aerie No. 848, *'. 0. J'i. and bis lodge brothers have been very kind, considerate a...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 7 February 1908

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY National Government. EXECUTIVE! President Theodoro Roosevelt Vice President.. Charles W. FalibJiks JUDICIARY U. 8. SUPHKME COURT JUBTICKS (Chief Justlco Fuller) First circuit Oliver W. Holms Second circuit.... llufus W. Pcckham Third circuit....... Henory W. Brown Fourth circuit Melville W. Fuller Fifth circuit Edward w. White Sixth circuit John M. llarlan Seventh circuit William II Day Eight circuit David J. Brewer Ninth circuit. Joseph McKonna NINTH JUDICAL CIRCUIT (Pacific States and Territories) Circuit judge William \V. Morrow Circuit judge E&klro M. ttoss Circuit judgo ". .William B. Gilbert U. S. Commissioner for Amador coun ty Richard Webb LEGISLATIVE SENATORS PROM CALIFORNIA Georgo C. Perkins and Frank P. Flint CONGRESSMEN FROM CALIFORNIA First district Wm. Englebright Second district. ..Duncan E. McKinlay Third distract) . . . .Joseph K. Knowland Fourth district Julius Kuhn Fifth district E. A. Hayes Sixth district James C. Ncodham Seventh district J...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 7 February 1908

8 LOCAL EDITORIAL NEWS. THE INCONSISTENCY OF IT. It goes without saying that the course bf the Ledger m ex posing everything that savors of the nature of graft in con nection with the county government that cornea within its knowledge, has awakened in official circles an intense hos tility against this journal, and its editor. Every flimsy sub terfuge has been resorted to in the effort to hamper the Led ger in the allowance of claims before the board of supervisors. Heretofore protests on this score, prompted by self-evident animus, have been ignored, and bills have been eventually allowed as presented. We have reason to believe that every item included in a Ledger bill is scrutinized and compared —not with the established schedule^ for usually that obsolete list of ii years' standing — does not touch the subject at all — but with similar items preferred by that goody-goody, dumb as-an-oyster administrative organ, the Dispatch. The hollow ness of the scheme is revealed when other pr...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 14 February 1908

OLDEST PAPER LARGEST CIRCULATION It Pays the Baiineit Man to Adver tii« in the Ledger. Established October 27, 1855. t> LAWYEHS. ryM. a.- snviikh. Allorni-y-nl-l.iixv, JACKSON, CAL. omco In Mitrolta Dulldlng, Court utroot. Will practice In ull the court!) ot the sinto. fo DOCTORS. I TTt K. KNIMCOTT, \NI. I>. JCj. '■'■• ■ ■ . l'hynlclan mill Surgeon Jackson, Ual. „'•; offlce: Webb building'/ All calls promptly attended to m all timos, rvft. 1.. K. imiim.ips Physician nhil Surgeon -| JACKSON, CAL. X-Kay used in Practice. OirricE— Moved to next door to Residence, north Main street;' opposite California ■,'•— UoteL Telephone No. 401. T\n. A. M. OALI. I*hy*lcl»n and Surgeon Jackson. Cal Offlce in Marolla bulldlnK, Main Street. ■_'!'. '■■■ ;• ry, n. oihhonh i*. i>. ■ Phyxlrinn and Surgeon !' , Jackson. Cal. <' . ' Office and residence: well building. Office Hoobs:— 2 to * p. m. and whenever not otherwise engaged. /Telepnone aiainxu. . ■ ,■ ■y, ■•''.■•■ ■■. •T> S. (iOODMAN M...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 14 February 1908

2 AMADDR LEDBER Published every Friday Aftornoon RICHARD WKDI3 .........■." Editor M. P. CALKINS Business Mm>»jrer One yenr (In advance •< ••• ««W 00 Oca year (If not In adr.noe) - '^«0 Bit months Km Three months „ ..'._.._ 0 B0 One or more copies, each t 0 5 Legal advertising— per square of KMems-rirst Insertion fl 00 Subsequent Insertions— pc? square-each > Wl KNCERKD AT TIIK POSTOITICK AT JACKSON AS SECOND-CLASS MATTF.It. THTC P A PT3D i* "ept on Ille at E. C. DAKE"9 Advertlatnir Agoncy. T7» Market Mrnet 1 1110 rflrCft gau FranoUco, CallfornU, where contraots for advertising can be mndo for It PTTY" nTnrTPTAT, PAPFT? \jl I X \t I V 1 KyliY 111 1 1 ivl IjIV. rlvlJJAi r & unuA.iv x 14, iw.o FINANCIAL REPORT. The belated official statement of the finances of the city of Jackson was published in these columns last week. It em braces the two years of our experience in city government, as for the first year the law requiring the clerk, to publish an annual itemized stateme...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 14 February 1908

Amador County Descriptive Article Amartor county comprise* an area of MS square, miles. It lies on tho wes tern slope of Sierra Nevada mountain?, and embraces within its territory all tho diversity of valley, foothill, and high mountainous lands. Climate.— Tho climate of tho popu lous portions of the county is as gonlal and healthful as can bo found anywhere In California. As climato is one of tho most valuable assets of this favored Htiilo In attracting population, Amador stands second to no county in this re gard. It should, and no doubt will in time, when its climatic advantages are more thoroughly understood and ap preciated, become a health resort not only for those in less favored states, but for tho residents of other parts of California. The temperature alono the central portion rarely falls below 30 degrees above zero In winter, and as rarely rises to 100 degrees in the sum mer. Snow seldom falls in tho settled districts, and never remains on tho ground for more than a few ...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 14 February 1908

4 FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS A LANCHA PLANA TRAGEDY. An Incident of Early Days. From our Aukum Correspondent. Feb. 11. -In midwinter of 1850, a man weighing something near 130 pounds, agile imd active as a cat, entered a dance house In tbe town ot Lnuoha l'Jana. Kmn bad been swoop ing over the little town with violent gusts of wind all day long. The in habitants of tbls place stayed closely within doors, held there by the terrific storm tbat Was raging without. lnaido was a ruotloy | crowd, cosmo politan in character, ranging all the way from college graduates to what would be called now-a-days as cut throat thugs. Some were standing idly looking on, some di inking, otborn full of liquor and bursting out Into bacchanalian chants, and at intervals between glasses, the. natural con comitants of the. elf eats of the liquor they were drinking. As tbe subject of our sketch entered,' a light had commenced between two women inhabitants of the red-light regions of the town. One was a French wo...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 14 February 1908

For that cough Take Ruhser's White Pine, Tar and Menthol 50 cents per bottle RUHSER'S CITY PHARMACY. Jackson* Cal. TEMPERATURE AND HAINPALL This lablo gives tho highest and lowost tem perature In JncUson for oach day, together with the rainfall, as repordod by self-rc^istorlng Instruments kept at'tbo Ledger office : [Temp gii / jTompiE. _^^_!l,h.|J|_^M_l.!H.!2_ Feb. I. 190^ 34J 00! . jiKeb. 17 ....j ;j : j 2 : •»!! 4Bu 4 '8 i : ! : I ' 3 i 40: BUi .60 1 I* ! '•! '• j 4 i 3d' W)i H SO i ! : j 5 • 30: 50; .03; 21 ! : j : j , 6 i 34i 80 J j 82 i = i : I ■ 7:..v..i 34; 64! j!.;....83.;... : ■: 8 ■■ 32: 6i- ! 24 i S : i 9 i si! so: i 25 1 : : i 10 i 36: 541.03 26 I : 11. ..... i a»; «5: i 27 : : ia'....:.i*34i 7Oj : i 28..... : : 13 ! 2«: Ti. H 29 : : 14 i s»: i h 30 : : i5...v..i s j; 31 : : 16 i ill! : • ' [Temp gii / jTompiE. _^^_!l,h.|J|_^M_l.!H.!2_ Feb. I. 190^ 34J 00! . jiKeb. 17 ....j ;j : j 2 : •»!! 4Bu 4 '8 i : ! : I ' 3 i 40: BUi .60 1 I* ! '•! '• j 4 i 3d' W)i H SO i ! : j 5 •...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 14 February 1908

6 Clipped from our Exchanges From Near-by Counties. It is reported tbnt tbo management of the Melones miue nre seeking a crew of men who speak tbe Koglleh language. —Jamestown Magnet. The iMo!;elumno and Campo Seco Canal and Minlug Company, one of the oldest, water companies In the state has gone out of existence, end h new corporation, known as the Moko lurano Hirer Power and Water Com pany, has purchased the entire plaut. The uew company which has nu authorized capitalization 0f81, 500,000, has the followiug directors: A. E. Shaw, HdwlnE. Keyes, Leon E. Mar tin. I!. VV. Jackson and J. M. Dnwnoa. —Prospect. r'red Kaue, a former hostler in a Valley Spring livery stable, died at tbe county hospital last Saturday from a peculiar affection brought oo by beiug kicked in tbe stomach by a horse some two months ago. After receiving the injury he was about Valley Spring for v couple of weeks, not thinking he was seriously hurt. He did not improve and came to tbe hospital. He was treated her...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 14 February 1908

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY National Government. EXECUTIVE President Theodora Roo9ovelt Vice President.. Charles W. Fairbanks U. S. BUPUKMK COURT JUSTICES (Chief Justlco Fuller) First circuit Oliver W. Holms Bccond circuit.... Hufus W. Pcckham Third circuit Ilenory VV. Hrown Fourth circuit Melvlllo W. Fuller Fifth circuit Edward w. White Sixth circuit ...John M. Harlan Soventh circuit William U Day Eight circuit David J. Urower Ninth circuit .'Joseph MuKonna NINTH JUDICAL CIKCUIT (Pacific States and Torritorios) Circuit judge..'. ..William W. Morrow Circuit jiulgo E&klro M. Ross Circuit judge William B. Gilbert U. S. Commissioner for Amador coun ty Ulchard Wobb LEGISLATIVE SENATORS FKOM CALIFORNIA Georgo C. Perkins and Frank P. Flint CONGRESSMEN FROM CALIFORNIA First district Wm. Englobright Second district. . .Duncan E. McKlnluy Third distrsct . . .. Joseph K. Knowland Fourth district Julius Kahn Fifth district E. A. Hayos Sixth district.. ....James C. Needham Seventh district James McL...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 14 February 1908

8 LOCAL EDITORIAL NEWS. HIGH-HANDED PROCEEDINGS. By the proceedings of the city trustees published elsewhere it will be seen that the petition, containing 143 names of electors, requesting that a special election be called to vote on the question of the disincorporation of Jackson, was thrown out, on the pretense that it did not contain a sufficient num ber of qualified voters. The utmost care was exercised in securing names to that petition, and every precaution was taken to avoid non-voters appearing thereon. By an over sight it is possible that a few of the signers might be dis qualified, but a margin of fifteen over the required number was deemed ample to cover all such. Now it seems that a bulldosing campaign was started, and seven were induced to sign a document that they wanted to withdraw from the pe tiou on some flimsy ground that they did not sign personally or did not know what they were signing. Having gotten rid of these in this off-hand fashion, they next lopped off ot...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 21 February 1908

OLDEST PAPER LARGEST CIRCULATION It Pays th« Boiin«n Han to Adver tise In the Ledger. Established October 27, 1855. LAWYERS. vjirsi. <». snviiku, Attornry-iit-l.aw, .TACKSON, CAL. Ofllcc in Mari-lln IlulldlnK, Court street. . Will practlco In all too courtAor Iho state, fa DOCTOK3. •' XT\ K. KNIHCOTT, M. 1». riiyolclnn nnd Hurgoon Jackson, Cm.. omoo: Webb building. All calls promptly attended to at all tlinon, T-vit. vnnn v. sphauur I'liyitlcl'in and Hurgeoii JACKSON. CAL. Office— Noxt door to residence, north Alain street, opposite California hotol. Telephone No. 401. T~\H. A. M. IJAI.I. Physician and Sargeoa Jackson, Cal Office in Marelia building, Main Street. f~l U. UIIIIIUNB M. D. I'liyHlolaii and Surgoim Jackson, Cal. Offlce and residence: Well building. Office Hours:— 3 to 4 p. m. and whenever not otherwise engaged. Telepnono Main S3). B H. (IUUDMAN Al. I>. riiysi< Inn and Surgeoa * Sutter Creek, Cal. DENTISTS. J. D. FOOABTY L. MAIITIN T\KS. FO«AKY & MAKTIN, (Suc...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 21 February 1908

2 AMADDR LEDBER Published every Friday Afternoon lIICHAKO \V 1-4 1 1I * < Hum hdltor M. V. CALKINS \ Business Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One year (In advance 12 On One year (if not in advance) 'J x> Slxmontbi M'n Three months 0 DO One or more copies, each OB Cegnl Advertising — per squnic of 334 eras -Klrsl Insertion (I no Subsequent Inflortlona— pe : s<iunre-each , Ml • % . i EN7juiiF.it at Tub PosTumcß at jackson as second-class matter. THTQ PAPJ3R '" kopt on nio »t E.C.DAKE'S Aflvertlßln«A)?ency. 77» Market Rtr«ot 1 1110 x *\k 1-.IV gat Francisco, California, where oontrncts for advertising canbemndo fur It CITY OFFICIAL PAPER. FRIDAY FEBIIUAR (8 AN UNTIMELY WHINE. The Dispatch of last week comes out with an article, evi dently written by some one outside of its own sanctum, call ing upon the citizens to calmly compare the conditions in Jackson before and since incorporation, and claimiug that an important step in advance, has been made under the brief experience of mun...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 21 February 1908

Amador County Descriptive Article ' Amaelor county comprises an area of r>4Bsquaro miles. It lies on tho wes tern slope of Sierra Novada mountains, find embraces within Its territory all tho diversity of valley, foothill, and high mountainous lands. Climate— The climate of tho popu lous portions of tbe county is as gonlal and healthful ns can be found anywhere in California. As climato Is ono of tho most valuable assets of this favored stato In attracting population, Atnador stands second to no county in this re gard. It should, and no doubt will In time, when Its climatic advantages are more thoroughly understood and ap preciated, become a health resort not only for those in loss favored states, but for tho residents of othor parts of California. The tomporaturo alone tho central portion rarely falls bolow 30 degrees abovo zero in winter, and as rarely rises to 100 degrees in the sum mer. Snow seldom falls in tho settled districts, and never remains on tho ground for more than a...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 21 February 1908

4 FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS HHKNANIJOAU VALLtJY. The sunshine though pnle la very weloomo nfter so much cloudy weather, and tbe farmers are hustling, some to finish putting In grain and others to commence summer falowing. Tbe groin that is up ia growing Hue, and bids fair to be a good crop nil over the valley. Ueo. Upton sr M went to Sncratnento tbe later part of Inst neck, returning Saturday eveuinx accompanied by ilia daughter,- Miss Dorn,. who has boon. in Sacramento for sometime past,' under the treatment of Dr. i\ Wall Hing. We understand that the young lady Is entirely recovered. Mrs Mnttie Watson nnd son George, ef Merced, nic visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs Oliver Hall, ami other relatives. J. A. ('ruin, who is working n mine at Slug Gulch, near Falrplay, El Dorado county,' camb dowu to visit bis family, who nro living in tbe Joe Davis' residence. Mi -is Kuby Dillon is visiting friends aud relatives in Sacramento nud Onk Grove, she expects to be away nearly a month. ■ JL'bere...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 21 February 1908

For that cough Take Ruhser's White Pine, Tar and Menthol 50 cents per bottle RUHSER'S CITY PHARMACY. Jackson. Cal. TEMPERATURE AND RAINFALL .This table gives tho highest and lowest tem perature In Jackson for each day, together with the rainfall, as recordod by solf-reglstering Instruments kept at tho Ledger office: i rij »:| l m iS. ' iTempi £:j iTemppJ : '_^_j L.|H.|jl| Data - Ihh.|s fetJ-lMfe 4 fe.&::::ilfin 3! I 40: 60 .00 i 19 1 »>; Mi i. 4 i »l! BUi I 20 ! ao; 74: 5 ! Si): BO' .02! 21 ! 86: ! j 6 i 34: «) !; 22 j : : ! 7 iSi 64! ii 23 j : : i 8 !m: 64' i 24 • : : i g ! ill! 60: ; 2a ; I M 10 i 88! 54;t.03. 26 j ! U! 11 j 33: 65! i 27 |it 18 i 34! 70! j 28 i ! ! 13 29 72! !| 29 j ! .|'|, :■ 14 26! 77j ii 30 I ;• ..'ls 29' 6fl| ij 31...,. :! • I 16... ...1 30! 69! !! "- -1:1:!. i rij »:| l m iS. ' iTempi £:j iTemppJ : '_^_j L.|H.|jl| Data - Ihh.|s fetJ-lMfe 4 fe.&::::ilfin 3! I 40: 60 .00 i 19 1 »>; Mi i. 4 i »l! BUi I 20 ! ao; 74: 5 ! Si): BO' .02! 21 ! 86: ! j 6 ...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 21 February 1908

6 The Rescue From The Wreck. Wild the .winter's night and dreary. Thro' the oold and driving sleet Uleama the church's welcome cbso nißiit, in the quaint old village street. Few the worshippers, but fervent will tbe prayers of each one be, As we pray, lv reverence kneeling, for our breth'reu on tho sea, There are prayers which be self-loving, and which raise us not, I trow; lint this agonized petition hath a different meaning now. For a sob breaks through tbe praying, ii a we call, oh God, on Tbee— Now to aid our absent brothers, our beloved, on tbe sea. Hush the preacher halts, and slowly rings bis voice In heart and brain, Whilst the wild wind shakes the lat tice of the ancient wiudow pane. And he Bays, "Thy voice, oh, Saviour I stilled the waves of Galilee, Thou art powerful still to succour these, our denr ones on the tea." Then ho lilts his hands in blessing, but his voice is hoarse and low. For be knows too well, tbe parson, that full many a man must go O'er the waste ot tossi...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 21 February 1908

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY ■ National (iovernment. EXECUTIVE ■ President Thuodoro Uoosovclt Vice President. .Charles W. Kiilrbunks U. S. SUi'RKME COURT JUSTICES (Chief Justice Fuller) First circuit Oliver W. Holms Second circuit.... Liu f us W. lVckham Third circuit Ilcnory VV. Drown Fourth circuit Mel vlllo W. Piillef Fifth circuit Edward w. White Sixth circuit John M. Ilurlan Seventh circuit William 11 Day Eight circuit David J. llrower Ninth circuit Joseph McKonna NINTH JUDICAL CIHCUIT (L'aciflo Status and Territories) Circuit judg.l William W. Morrow Circuit Judffe lisklro M. Hoss Circuit judge William B. Glllwrt U. S. Commissioner for Amador coun ty; Richard Wobb LEGISLATIVE SENATORS KltOM CALIFORNIA Georgo C. I'crklns and Frank P. Flint CONGRESSMEN FROM CALIFORNIA First district Wm. Englobrlght Second district. . .Duncan E. McKlnlay Third dl^trsct... .Joseph K. Knowland Fourth district Julius Kahn Fifth district E. A. Hayes Sixth district James C. Noodham Seventh district James McLach...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 21 February 1908

8 LOCAL EDITORIAL NEWS. CITY FINANCES BEFOGGED. The Dispatch of last week published what purported to be a complete list of all taxpayers on the city assessment roll, with three columns of figures, the first claiming to show the total assessment of each property holder within the city limits, the second purporting to give the total couuty aud city taxes levied upon the respective owners, and the third tries to show the extra amount paid by each taxpayer as the outcome of incorporation. The list is designed to show how little additional expense is entailed upon each because of the city government. The figures are wofully misleading. In the first place, the list of taxpayers is a long way from being complete, many important taxpayers in the personal property class being omitted. In the next place, the column headed county and city taxes, instead of giving the total amount collected for the support of couuty and city governments, shows only the amount exacted for city purposes, which o...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
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