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Episcopal Servioei. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900
Episcopal Servioei. Divine service will be held in Masonic Hall i- on Sunday, - May « l3th, at 11 o'clock a. m. by William Tuson, Rector. In the afternoon Rev. Tuson will conduct services at Sutler Creek at 3 o'clock.- _W. '•', '■■'- J. I. Carson, Prothonotary, Washington, Pa., says, "I have round Kodol Dyspepsia Cure an excellent remedy in case of stomach trouble, and have derived great benoflt from its use.'! It digests' what you eat and cannot fail to cute. CUj Pharmacy,
THE SUPERVISORS CONVENE [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900
THE SUPERVISORS CONVENE The Business of the County Discussed. BIDS ARE RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED Sheriff IT. S. Gregory Will Have A New Typewriter In His - . Jackson, May 7, 1900. Regular, meeting of Board of Supervisors of Amador county, held this 7th day of May, 1900, and following proceedings are had: Roll call. Present— A. B.McLaughlin, chairman; P. Dwyer, J. T, Clifton, M. Brinn, Fred B. LeMoin. Minutes of last regular meeting are read and approved. ;:■ -^ Following claims are examined, approved, allowed and ordered paid out of the various funds as follows: CURRENT EXPENSE FUND. J. T Clifton, mileage .: ......I 280 C. P. Viclni, traveling expenses 4 CO Amador E. R. &amp; L. Co., electric lights. . . 4 80 A B. McLaughlin, mileage 3 80 Geo. F. Mack, deputy Assessor US 00 C. L. Culbert, clerk's fees guardian 060 Morris Brinn, mileage 80 E. Roberts, burial indigent person 25 00 Geo. A. Gordon, traveling expenses 71 75 Fred B. LeMoin. mileage 2 00 Chas. W. Palm Co.. cit...
To Pay Off the Church Debt. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900
To Pay Off the Church Debt. Rev. P. A. Morrow is a hustler, if we may be permitted to use that .expressive word in connection with--gen-tlemen of his calling. He is, trying to raise money enough to lift the church debt, which has been dragging along for some years, and he will do it. He has raised during the present, week fully one-third of the sum required, and it is reasonable to. suppose; that a, person of his .determination and .zeal will keep at the good. work until the very last dime has been secured. We are pleased to note that several of our. wealthy citizens have contributed to the fund and that others have signified a willingness to do so We believe it Is the intention ' of Rev. Morrow to raise enough money, now that he is at it and warmed to the work, to pay otf the debt and repaint the church. This we trust will be done for if there is any building in the county that needs- a coat of paint,' and that right speedily, it is the Methodist church'; of Jackson. Those who are ...
Start I For!' Alaska. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900
Start For Alaska. Next Saturday or Sunday a number of Amador county gentlemen will start far Soloman River, Alaska, bent on accumulating that substance, the love of which the good book says is the "root of all evil." Well, no one can blame them for striving after a little of the "root," for it appears to have a vast deal of influence on this mundane sphere. Gentlemen, the LEDGER sincerely wishes you a comfortable fortune each. The gentlemen referred, to are from Pine Grove, namely; Alec Adams, James Hamilton, John Werly, John Lowry, all hardy men capable of holdIng their own in any camp in the frozen north. At Stockton they will be joined by the Boggs brothers, which will complete the party.
Give This Matter.. Due i Thought. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900
Give This Matter .. Due i Thought. .To those thoughtful and businesslike subscribers, who have kindly responded with cash to our request for the payment of subscriptions long past due, we hereby extend thanks. Let others follow this good example. Bear In mind that If you are not prepared to pay the full amount due, that a. partial payment will be thankfully received and duly credited, a receipt for the same being promptly sent to the remitter. Let us hear from many more this month. Kindly give the matter due consideration and send in. something without fail.
A Pioneer Sows. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900
A Pioneer Sows. About three . o'clock last - Saturday afternoon, one pf the shade trees in front of tho Odd Fellows' building, on Main street, quietly took a fall without any provocation whatever. There was a farm-team hitched to the tree at the time, but both animals were asleep and the fall of the tree barely aroused them. The old pioneer land mark simply got tired of standing, and laid down. Sensible old fellow. It had the good sense to retire when there was no crowd about, thus preventing, probably, a fatal accident. "./;;;
Directors'" Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900
Directors'" Meeting. A regular meeting of the Directors of the Peerless. Gold Mine Development Company was held in the Company's office, .Brown building, Court street, Monday afternoon, May 7th, at 2 p. m. President E. ■ Ginocchio presided. Minutes of last meeting read and approved. Bills for the month of April were audited and ordered paid. The weekly and monthly reports of Superintendent Osborne, read and placed on file. Pay role of mine for April apprpved and ordered paid, Call No. 7 was made. The Secretary, Geo. W. Brown, was instructed to . insure the property at the mine, including wood and lumber. Adjourned. . ...
Schools Close. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900
Schools Close. ■-. The following schools closed last month as follows: Union April 26 Grapevine " 27 Amador City. 7... " 27 Willow Springs " 27 New York Ranch V " 27 Among the schppls. thst wjll close this mouth are; Lancha Plana May 4 Carbondale . " i 4 Aetna..- ;....•.:..".... " 11 Middle Bar " 11 Volcano " 11 Plymouth " 18 Slate Creek. " 25 Buena Vista " 25 Mount Echo. r. " 25
Your Voting Precinct. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900
Your Voting Precinct. Fellow Republican voters, have you registered? If so, dp ypu knpw tp what precinct ypu helßng? No doubt the majority pf voters know all about it, but there may be some who are not exactly clear on the subject. To those who have any doubt whatever let them at once go to the County Clerk's office and settle the question beyond peradventure. Don't delay. Attend to the matter at once.
A FEW LOCAL NEWS NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900
A FEW LOCAL NEWS NOTES Items Picked Up Around the Town. HIS HAND WAS BADLY BURNED WITH A ROPE The Odd Fellows Crematory.— Mrs. F. Fence a Delegate to the Eebekah Grand Lodge. lone flour is Peerless. W. T. Cain went below Wednesday morning. . If .you want good bread, buy only Peerless flour. 3-16-tf . Geo. W. Brown visited Stockton the first of the week. • . Mrs.- Weller's for style and beauty in hats and dresses.' ' 5-4-tf J : ' Mrs. C. R. . Renno, is recovering from a severe illness. • Mrs^Weller employes the only city milliner in town. ... . 5-4-tf ; ! Pioneer FLOUR always has been and stifl is the best: : 4-6tf* ■ Julius Chichizola; of ,Amador City, was in town Wednesday. If you want swell hats, go to the city trimmer at Mrs. Weiler's. ' 5-4-tf Mrs. B. ~F. ..Taylor returned from Sacramento a week ago to-day. Give us daily some good bread. PioneeP:Flour makes the best. 4-6-tf* C. Navas of Angels has accepted a position at the Atnador Queen No. 2. Got' your measure taken for a fine...
Our Loss; Stockton's Gain. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900
Our Loss; Stockton's Gain. In the departure of Mrs. E. B. Robertson to her new and commodious home in Stockton, Jackson loses an old and most highly respected citizen. Mrs. Robertson has just completed a fine home in the most fashionable district of Stockton which in future is to be her home and that of her son. Mrs. Robertson leaves a beautiful home here which is to be occupied by a tenant until such time as she decides to sell it. For the last three weeks before her departure, Mrs. Robertson was quite ill with the prevailing disease— la grippe, but was mending rapidly when she left on Tuesday morning. The best wishes of the community go with her.
The Newman Failure. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900
The Newman Failure. In the matter of Geo. Newman and his San Francisco creditors, oititaions have been served on Mr. Newman and several business men of this county to appear here next Monday. The person who holds a deed for the lot and store building— a lady who is a resident of Tulare. county — has served notice on the creditors to either pay rent or take the attached goods out of her building. -\- • v.
Had a Good Time. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900
Had a Good Time. The J. C. Club gave a dance in Love Hall last Friday night. Repno's Orchestra furnished the music. Owing to. the disagreeable weather only a small party was present, but nevertheless they had a good time. At midnight ice-cream and .cake were served.
Card of Thanks. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900
Card of Thanks. We wish to express cur gratitude to all who so kindly assisted ua during the last sickness and death of husband and brother, John Luttrell; the neighbors for their floral offerings; also, the choir who rendered such beautiful music; to a,H we extend our thanks. Mattie Hipkins. Pioneer, Cal., May 7, 1900.
CRIMINAL RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900
CRIMINAL RETURNS. Justice Courts' Beturns Show a Greater Perpetration of Crime Than Usual. . . H. GOLDNER, JUSTICE TO WNBHIP NO ONE. People vs N. MoKail— Selling goods without a license; guilty; fined 17.15. Costs 17.15. ' People vs John Green etal— Battery; guilty; flnedsß. Costa M.!_•--.. !_•--. People vs John Green et al— Battery; guilty; fined 110. Costs 19. People vs John Green et al— Battery; guilty; Oned tlO. Costs IS. . People vs John Sweeney — Petit larceny; guilty, sent to jail for sixty dayt. Costs 17.15. People v* Andrew Devlne-^Disturbtng the peace; guilty; sent to Jail for ten days. Costs 17.15 . . : People vs George Richards— Assault with Intent to commit rape. Held to appear before Superior Court. Costs 15.15. People vs Mamie Bendewall— Disturbing the peace; judgement suspended.' Costs 19.95. People vs David Conway— Disturbing the peace; guilty; sent to jail for ten days. Costs 17.15. People vs Thomas Hogav— Vagrancy; guilty; sent to jail for twenty days. Costs 17.15...
SUPERIOR COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 11 May 1900
SUPERIOR COURT. Lottie May Liddicoat vs William R. Liddlcoat—Action for divorce; trial partially had. Estate of D. Madden— Order of sale of real estate, .r.. '.-■,. •. Estate of Andrew Pasente— Order setting aside property to widow. ■ . • ■ '■' . Guardianship of Rita Weeks, a minor— Order awarding custody of minor to Mrs. Mattie Anderson; citation issued. Matter of the community, property of Maria M. Ford, deceased, and R. M. Ford, surviving husband— Petition for decree set for May 15th. Estate of Joseph S. Ryan— Decree of discharge. Estate of Elizabeth J. Me Wayne— W. S. Weymouth, Fred B. LeMoin and George Daniels appointed appraisers. Amador County vs W. S. Gilbert-Order submitting motion for new trial. Matter of the application of Natale Giovanni Mareglia for an order changing his name to Chris Marelia.— Order granted. . E. Ginocchio et al vs John Juka Trial continued. . ' " Matter of the application of Delia B. Martell to become a sole trader— Hearing had and application granted...