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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 19 January 1900
MISCELLANEOUS. " Pull up 1 " That's the counsel yery often given by a well meaning person to a friend who '■ -"^Sn . of alcoholism. _^-_ &gt;4_/__. An&lt; * ' wnen t_i* "N answer comes &lt;"!f *^^^^ maniijterha&amp;i ~"^|fc &gt; "V th e cowardice |i~ of that phrase, ■■ "I ca_ f t." ww ■ But intemperance is only a form of disease, and there . may come a time in the progress of any disease when it can't be stopped. -That's what we mean when we talk of "galloping consumption." It's like a horse running away with us. We can't stop it : Strength will stop the wildest horss. Strength is the great necessity in the stopping of disease. Dr. Pierces Golden Mtdicaf Discovery has cured thousands who had obstinate cough, bronchitis, ' weak lungs, spitting of mood, emaciation, and similar ailments which if neglected or unskilfully treated lead to consumption. It cures by strengthening the lungs and giving them power to throw "I had been troubled with bron...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 19 January 1900
MISCELLANEOUS. JACKSON Meat Market Main Street GEORGE L. THOMAS, Proprietor (Successor to S. W. Bright) THE BEST QUALITY OF BEEF, MTJTton, Pork, Corned Beef, Lard, Sausage, etc., etc., will always be found at this old-es-tablished stand, at the lowest ruling prices. Having been in the butchering business in Jackson for many years, and being familiar with every branch thereof and with nearly all the patrons of both shops, I am in position to know the wants of all to the best advantage, and respectfully ask a fair share of patronage. Q-ORGE L. THOMAS Prop. A. LIEBHARDT ilSltl ID CIPEIIAI Water Street, Jackson PARLOR SUITS LOUNGES AND MATtresses made to order and repaired. Carpets taken up and relaid. PLYMOUTH-JACKSON , • DAILY STAGE LINE Leaves Plymouth 6:30 a. m. ' Leaves Jackson 8:30 p. m. JOHN STEINER. - Proprietor
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 19 January 1900
MISCELLANEOUS. '.'--' •••••••••• • • ••••••••• " ••••••••• jiini •••••••••••••••••••••••••a .... ■■ ' : JACKSON, CAL. . Basement of the Webb Building Everything New, Neat and MEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS THE BEST THE Jt A H Ivl'jl* AFFOKDS ALWAYS • ON HAND Guests treated with consideration and respect at all times. Best Liquors and Cigars at the Bar HAMBRIC &amp; CARLEY. •••••• - ■ •' — * North Main Street Jackson piSHi • X ••••••••••••••••••••• • I • The Best of Care Taken S _ S of Transient Stock . . 1 ! Gentle Horses . . . . • r • Splendid Vehicles and the J J Best Equipment of All • N i/ • Kinds . . . .■„ . . • • :T: -4// • r&gt; • /V ' -3K J _ J Prices Reasonable • I • •••••• &lt; M. A. MAILS For the Best Assortment of Dry Goods SHOES AND . " Furnishing -:- Goods Of All Kinds For Ladies] And Children At the Lowest Prices go to — M. A. MAILS Sutter Creek E. MARRE &amp; BRO. Wholesale Dealers and Jobbers in Importud and Domestic Wines*Liquors*Cigars J...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 19 January 1900
LAWYERS. Office on Summit Street, opposite Courthouse. yACOB L,. SAItUENT — ATTORNEY Jackson, Cal. Office: Marelia building, Court street. Mines ■ and mining laws a specialty. - 17 A. FREEMAN Attorney-at-Law Jackson, Cal. Office in Marelia building, corner Main and Court streets. ~pv M. SPAGNOLI Attorney and Counselor at Law Jackson, Cal. Practice in all the States and Federal courts. Office: Spagnoli building, opposite Hall of Records. A CAMINETTI - x\_ t — Attorney and Counselor at Law Will practice in all the State and Federal courts. "DOBEKT C. BOLE Attorney-at-Law Jackson, Cal. Office: Farley building. Summit street. "VTEIL A. MAUQUARRIE Attorney and Counselor at Law Jackson, Cal. Office : Spagnoli block, Courthouse square. T W. CALIIWELL . Attorney-at-Law Jackson, Cal. Will practice in all courts of the State TIT H. WILLIS Attorney-at-Law Jackson, cal. Office: With E. A. Freeman. Practice in all State Courts. NOTARIES. JJILDA CLOUGH Stenographer and Notary Public * ?■ Jackson,...
STIMULATING WORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 19 January 1900
STIMULATING WORDS. T r • ; --In referring to the recent consolidation of the Ledger and Republican, the Stockton Record speaks golden words of encouragement as follows: "Of the many papers coming to the exchange table of the Record, none have filled their respective fields more capably than the Ledger and Republican of Jackson, Amador county. They have been devoted to their home community and have evinced an intelligent appreciation of the great mining industry on which Amador county is dependent. Both were excellent papers. The two journals have now been' consolidated, making a union of resources, business and influence which will be a material factor in the development and advancement of the rich mining section in and about Jackson. As the Ledger is the older paper, that name will be retained. Mr. Buffington, who has so skillfully guided the destinies of the Republican, assumes charge of the consolidation. He is a writer of marked ability, excellent judgment, correct impulses and ...
Fruit From Folsom. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 19 January 1900
Fruit From Folsom. Thomas Conlon is the recipient of a box of luscious oranges sent from Folsom by John Leonard, brother of Mrs. Conlon. Tho fruit is from tho donor's own orchard and it is prime. He also sent a few lemons, which are equal in every way to the San. Diego county product. Mr. Conlon has our thanks for a sample of the fruit.
THE PHILIPPINE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 19 January 1900
THE PHILIPPINE WAR. January 10.— General Sehwan's force encounters some opposition in Cavite and engage in some fierce fighting:. — The Filipino rear guard compelled to temporarily . abandon its arms. — Now troops get into tho skirmishes with a will and do good work.— Cabinet discusses the hemp qucsuion and decides to open the Philippine ' ports as soon as practicable. — Many American soldiers are drowned. January 11.— Filipinos breaking up into bands. They scatter before American forces in the south. Little resistanco is made to tho advancing columns. — There is a lack of coasting vessels in the Philippines. — Lieutenant Bowman commits suicide.— lnhabitants of the islands buffering from want of food, resulting from tho long blockade. January 13. --Amorican cavalry makes a daring raid and scatter tho rebels. — Progress of the Cavite campaign rapid. — Insurgents suffer heavy loss, but few Americans fall. — Agulnaldo said to be in the province now tho center of military operations of ...
INJURED IN VESSEL'S HOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 19 January 1900
INJURED IN VESSEL'S HOLD. Victor Montericliard Probably Fatally Hurt by Falling Freight. Tuesday last. Georgo Boqnefoy, who had been notified by wire of the injury in Sa,n Francisco of his half-bx-other, Victor Monterichard, loft for the bedside of his relative The following day he telegraphed Dr. Endicott that Monterichard was still alive, but unconscious. Victor Monterichard is well known in this county, having residod here for many years. Ho was at one time a partner of John Wharff, the blacksmith. His career has been more or less unfortunate. Ho was twice intlicted by fire in this place. First his blacksmith-shop and later the house ho occupied was destroyed by the dread element. Other misfortunes also overtook him, and now, perhaps, the final blow has fallen. The circumstances of the accidont are set forth in the San Francisco Post of last Tuesday as follows: "Tho stevedore who was killed in the hold of tho steamer Algoa yesterday by the falling of a sling full of freight was i...
TRIAL OF, DR. GILES. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 19 January 1900
TRIAL OF, DR. GILES. It Will- Begin Next Monday Horning in Superior Court. The trial of Doctor Giles \yill begin in the Superior Court next Monday. Although the prosecution is evincing unusual interest in this caso no one here believes its efforts will result in a conyictlon. In fact, as the evidence adduced at the preliminary hearing is more thoroughly analyzed and discussed the fewer become those who believe him guilty. His past untarnished record in private and official life, his long residence here and the family ho has reared make it impossible for our people to wish him anything but vindication of the charge of having caused the death of Mrs. Darling. We hope and beliovo Dr. Giles will come out of thjs trouble all right. — Sutter Creek Record. ' x
SCHOOL MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 19 January 1900
SCHOOL MONEY. Second Apportionment for the Fiscal Year Beginning July, 1899. ,;. • Office of Superintendent of Schools of Amadou County, California.— Jackson (Cal.). January 12, 1900.-To Hoards of Trustees — Gknti.emkn: I herewith transmit the seqond apportionment for the school year (commencing July, 1, ism. ' ; This apportionment is for State money reported to mo by the State Superintendent and received January 10, 1900. The amount announced to me to be Amador county's portion is *19,775 38. To this I 'added J'J.33, balance unapportioned in July, \m, and *4.4J reapportioned from Grapevine State Fund in accordance with section 1631 of the School Law, makinjj a total of J19.793.13. . Of this total I have apportioned 119.758.5315. Balance unan&lt;portioncd is $0.5985: : , r Respectfully submitted, ■', |. , i Ghokge A. Gohdon, U&gt;unty Superintendent ol Common Schools D.STIUCTS. »£*« Amount . -litmi •» £633 74 AmadorCity 3 n3 o gl AntiMOpu. ... 1 oj« uy Bridgeport (j...
DOCUMENTS RECORDED. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 19 January 1900
DOCUMENTS RECORDED. DEEDS, , v . r f_ ~ Sidney B. Onshin to Marlon Stetson— Lund in' Pine Urove. , W. J. Hums to H. G. Stevenson — Mining claim in Plymouth district; $50 ™!iiV,. / UD. Reeves to II G. Stevenson - Mining land in Plymouth district; SlO. ... -'"&gt; - NOKTCAGE. . . j:, Mary Kennedy to R. Webb— Lot in lone; («». SATISFACTION OF MOHTGAGE. G. Froelich to 11. Bradigan; Chichtzola Estate Company to P. Pesce ; G. B. BoicheL'rain toß.C.Mayes; W. J. McGee to X Fink- L Oneto to G. B. Vicini. *'• ' LOCATIONS. "' . E. Meyers et al,' Mickey Fee mining claim; W. H. Lessley, Cape Nome Group mine. " PROOF OF LABOR. !.'. J. F . Goodman, Goodman &amp; Bund placer mine ; A' i» i, v n1 g ,"?■ New A cme &lt;)«artz mine: O. Ball, Ball &amp; Johnson mining claim- L »H Cook, south extension Golden Gate quartz mine; O. Turn, South Branch and Mahala Flat mines; W. Scoble, Champion and Charleston mines. -
SUPERIOR COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 19 January 1900
SUPERIOR COURT. T. M. Church vs. East MaylWer Gold Company — Execution • returned fully satisfied. Trial jury of seventy-five names drawn to appear before the Superior Court on Monday, January 22d. Amador County vs. William S. Gilbert— Judgment entered in favor of plaintiff by Son, G. W. Nicol, Judge of Tuolumne cqunty, Standard Electric Company vs. Maria Taband . et al.—Domurrer overruled and defendants granted ten days to answer. M. Isaacs vs. M. Jones (Guardian)— Hearing on final account of receiver; set for January 20th: hearing on motion for attorney's fee: sot for January 27th. Sophia Mattley vs. William Mattley ■ ■ • —Divorce; tried and decreo of divorce granted. Lottio M. Liddicoat vs. William R. Liddicoat— Demurrer withdrawn and defendant granted ten days to answer. Estate of Alvinza A. Van Sandt— Order extending time to file fourth annual account. Estato of B. F. Richtmoyer— Order confirming sale of real estate at private sale. Estate of Gustavo koichegrain— Hearing on ret...