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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 5 January 1900

MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. „ Electricity DR. W, F. GREEN, D: D. S. WEBB BUILDING. JACKSON, CAL. Teeth Filled and Extracted Positively Without Pain by ELECTRICITY Artificial Teeth made on Aluminum Plates. Easy to keep clean; light as a feather and will never tarnish. Also Gold and Metal Plates. All plate work leaving my office is guaranteed to fit, wear and give perfect satisfaction and comfort GOLD, ALUMINUM AND PLATINUM CROWNS All Crown and Bridge Work made according to the latest and approved method. FINE GOLD FILLINGS A SPECIALTY Ulcerated Teeth, no matter of how long standing, cured in one treatment. DR. W. F. 6REEN, D. D. S. Webb Building, Main Street, Jackson, Cal. Complete New Stock Received. Composed of all kinds of goods for Winter Wear Vicuna Wool Underclothing Ready-Made Garments for Ladies Flannelettes Mackintoshes Rubber Boots Rubbers Umbrellas BOOTS AND SHOES of the very latest style and pattern. The best stock ever brought to Amador Fresh and new stock of GROCERIES...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 5 January 1900

LAWYERS. Tj^ ~A. . FREEMAN . ' , Attorney-at-Law "■;";; Jackson, Cal." . •- Office in Marelia Building, corner Main and Court streets. - , TIT H. WILLIS . : : ':: Attorney-at-Law ' Jackson, Cal. Office: : With E. A. Freeman. • Practice in all State Courts. ,- JOHN F. DAVIS' Office on Summit Street, opposite Courthouse. TACOB L SARGENT — ATTORNEY ■1 ; J : ■ Jackson, Cal. Office : Brown's Building, Court Street. • Mines and mining laws a specialty. ,; . NOTARIES. TXILDA ' CLOUGH ' Stenographer and Notary Public Jackson, Cal. . • . Office, Judge Davis' law offices, Summit Street. -: DOCTORS." TjIRED HTTTCHINS, M; D.' - - : Physician and Surgeon Jackson, Cal. ' Office with Dr Robertson, in the Kay Building. ' Will be in his office every evening (Sundays excepted) from 7 to 9. - T\R. A. M. GALL : . • Physician and Surgeon . Jackson, Cal. Office in Weil & Renno Building, Main Street. TjV E. ENDICOTT, {M. D. * Physician and 'Surgeon Jackson, Cal.' Office: Rooms 8 and 9 ' Webb B...

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CHANGE OF OWNERSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 5 January 1900

CHANGE OF OWNERSHIP. The Amador County Publishiug Company has bought the Amador Ledger, and will edit and publish this paper, discontinuing the publication of the Amador Republican, which it has owned and published for some years. , That the publication of two Republican papers in Jackson has been unwise from a business standpoint, always has been realized by every one in , the community, except R. Webb, who was instrumental in establishing the Republican. No one has realized this more vividly than the editors of the two papers. For two years past matters pertaining to a consolidation of the Ledger and the Republican or a purchase of one by the owner of the other has been discussed and considered, while the advisability of such a course has received: the attention ., of many of the leaders in business and in - politics throughout the county. On January 2, 1900, the matter was settled to the satisfaction of all parties concerned by the consummation of the sale of the Ledger to the Am...

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DESERTING THE SINKING SHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 5 January 1900

DESERTING THE SINKING SHIP. '■:• P°Pg un organs of the Democracy are. still telling the people that Bryan and sixteen to one is the proper slogan for the party in 1900. They are, on the average, using syndicate editorials issued by the Bryan information bureau and sent broadcast throughout the land in the hope that the lazy or tired Democratic editor will incorporate them in theeditorial columns of his paper to save labor, and thus become responsible for their publication. Almost daily some paper comes^to this office whose editorials wear the earmarks of the syndicate. In the light of the fact that the leading men of the Democratic party throughout the United States are. falling away from Bryan and his cause these syndicate editorials are, to the minds of thinking men, the veriest rot. That they are leaving him and his cause like rats leave a sinking ship there is no doubt. The latest Bryauite to catch' the infection is W. S. McComas, editor of the Democratic Magazine, published at ...

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WRECKED THE OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 5 January 1900

WRECKED THE OFFICE. An attorney, E. E: Wood of Angels Camp, who 'had a grievance agajnst the Calaveras_Citizen of San" AtKJreas_jen_ tered the office of that paper and wrecked the forms which were almost ready to be put to press for the last current issue of the paper. The act was committed by Wood while enraged over a number of articles reflecting upon him as an attorney and citizen, Which .appeared in different issues of the Citizen, and because of which he^_had brought suit against the management of that paper for damages. .'Just prior to the <'act Wood met C. O. Ziegenfuss, the editor, on the street ; and demanded to see what was in the paper about him that week. Ziegenfuss calmly denied the request and slowly walked away. Wood went directly to. the office, and, finding the door locked, forced it open and did the job. As he was leaving the place, he remarked to a bystander that he guessed nothing would be in the paper about him that week, or words to that effect. The ...

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THE LOVE OF DIRT. . i?j. :.—3f?a—;,,. . *cr. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 5 January 1900

THE LOVE OF DIRT. . i?j. : . — 3f?a — ;,,. . *cr. Indisposition of Manjtind Generally to SubJig mit trf Sanitation. 9§ •. £ I An Eastern newspai»6r, conamen'ting upon the indisposition ofimanfeAid generally to submit to sanitary innovation, refers to tho population of Havana, Cuba, as the most incorrigible on earth. The American, military authorities who have been running that city for some time have- insisted upon sewering, scrubbing, deodorizing and sterilizing tho town, and on alP sides ithe pe6[iki aro objecting to the process and making invidious comparisons between tho methods of tho Araercan health officers and ...the tyranny of 'tho Spanish taxgatherers.. .Evidently; they, think it was easier to get along- with tho Spaniards than It is now with tho Americans, since thoy aro being made tho victims of cleaning-up processes, | whigh thoy rogard j with holy horror, j Indeed, -one. newspaper openly declares that they prefer to be left undisturbed with their Dlth and death rate. B...

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Why Suffer [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 5 January 1900

Why Suffer With toothache when you can have them fllleU by electricity without one pang of pain at Dr W. F. Green's, Webb building. * '

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A Native of Jackson Passes Away. ■. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 5 January 1900

A Native of Jackson Passes Away. ■. Albert N. Bruml died at. Stockton December 27, 1899.. The deceased was the son of M. Bruml, a pioneer, of Amador county, and was aged forty years, ten months and eleven days. He was a native of Jackson. [Amador papers please copy.] ..

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In the Swim. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 5 January 1900

In the Swim. Here we are at last Just what the people desire : Nice large airy bathrooms, fine porcelain tubs and hot water in abundance at the New National Shaving Parlora, R. L, Manu, Proprietor. *

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It Is a Pleasure [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 5 January 1900

It Is a Pleasure To have your teeth tilled by the use of elecUicilv.- At-Ur. U r . V. (Jriu-ii:. .. U. l.h imiMiiiKt

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 5 January 1900

MISCELLANEOUS. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦» : : In case of sickness a doc- ',', '■'• tor who can write the prop- <> ;; er prescription is no more ;; !! important than the pharm- .!! ; ' acist who can properly com- < > ;; pound the prescription after •;; I! it is written :: J I At our store prescriptions are J | i ' carefully and properly com- < • \\ pounded by a graduate in ',', J ' pharmacy. ' ' < > . . .< . i■ < ■ i> i > *• ■ ■ ' ■"' ■ : ■•'.■ ■ '/■'" ■' < > 4 ' Drugs— Fresh and Pure < . \ ' The Latest .Periodicals . . \\ J I Toilet Articles of Every Kind ' J ; i > Wines and Liquors for Medicinal . . < > < ' Purposes * ' J; . r j: <■. < • i : CITY # PHARMACY ! : <> • • . •■ < > \'. DONLAP & KERK . o 4 &g...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 5 January 1900

-^ iS f* ""THE" WHITE ':HOaSEr?_' '"^ i There Are 11 I|| | f/ I I vVv l__vfi L vVy I B ■i >»<:■ vii-sU ■•:;.]/, I Not many, though, of those beautiful Capes , r '' CA '__ifr 3UE and Jackets we bought for the holiday trade, ;to any c o NE We ■ will close them out now at a large reduc- ; :-m uwppticAfioN' - -tion t lfl price, and guarantee^ every garment -in* : ;ij : - every respect. V ! """■"" ■"' ' ......... | . L__________^^' We desire most particularly to direct your, attention to "our elegant and up-to-date stock of Custom and Ready Made Clothing, Men's Furnishing ; Uoods, Boots and Shoes, on which we have put: HARD TIMEvS PRICES/ II? 3 Send for our catalogue, FREE. We have received from the mills ten cases of- Blankets and Comforters: we " are selling at mill prices; call and convince yourself, j Special, on sale during the holiday month, twenty dozen Ladies Kid Gloves' asso l ted .f_ 1 _ ors; real value> $ll ' 5°5 °- Special, $1.00/ " :' I OUR.;...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 5 January 1900

; ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦» tM> , GEORGE NEWMAN'S - ' Alen^sXlofhing 77 " : . <vf\ • Dry uoods * : Groceries, Etc. Stock Must Be Reduced Cut Prices In Every Line ~— GEORGE NEWMAN Alain Street, Jackson ■ — i " ■'•'■■ :; - . KHSSSKSSKiS^ < »»^ ■ — -♦♦»♦♦♦»♦»♦♦♦ -A- SQU'ABE''l)E__3_ i ON DEAL BUGGIES ■ ' : '. ■ - ::W^ •■■ . • BUGGIES.... —^ SOLp AT SAMPLES ON EXHIBITION Exclusive Agency for the Deal Buggies fu Which Are the Best " ?| W. E. KENT ' ■|l ♦ —^— BBOADWAT, JACKSON j - — 'I k — :. h cAn stumble I Into shoe stores as easy as you stumble in some of the ') shoes you'd find. You can't stumble in our shoes. • Wear our shoes. '^% * r "PETERSON'S EXCLUSIVE SHOE STORE Sunset Telephone 121 _ i Webb Block, Jackson, Cal. PIONEER FLOUR IS PERFECTION^ .1 Alade From SELECTED WHEAT |l Blended According to O.ir Own Formula M Produclnq Perfect Results ■ (~\UR ; RECORD OF THIRTY-FIVE YEARS IN AMADOR COUNTY OF HONORABLE ' Wand upright dealing Is with you. and we respectfully a...

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THE MINES FOR ONE WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 5 January 1900

THE MINES FOR ONE WEEK The Good Hope Mine Wasn't Jumped. SOME RICH ORE STRUCK IN THE COMMODORE Strike Made at the Schneider Mine in £1 Dorado County— Activity in Tuolumne.

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AMADOR COUNTY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 5 January 1900

AMADOR COUNTY. Good Hope— Jackson. Last Sunday, just after midnight, an attempt was to have been made to jump the Good Hope mine. It had been supposed that the assessment work for 1899 had been performed, when Judge Davis, who has lately become interested in the mine, returned from San Francisco Saturday night he gave orders that tho company resume work upon the mine beginning at 6:30 p. m., Sunday, and continue assessment work until a full $100 worth of work should have been completed in 1900. This was done as a matter of precaution. Just before the shift began work it developed that parties who had gained considerable notoriety in this community, by certain kinds of mining operations had made elaborate plans to jump the mine just after midnight. Their "gun fighter" had been picked out but was of the class of men who "talk too much" so the plan miscarried. Judge Davis is entitled to the thanks of the mining community for defeating the scheme of the would-be jumpers.

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EL DORADO COUNTY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 5 January 1900

EL DORADO COUNTY. Placerville Nugget: A strike has been made at the Schneider mine near El Dorado. This mine is bonded by Seymour Hill and C. F. Bryant., Last summer a tunnel was run 750 feet and it was crosscut to the east. Yesterday a cut was made forty feet into the vein, showing plenty of free gold, the vein being three feet in width. This mine adjoins the Griffith and Coleman. Placerville Democrat; Superintendent Edward Bind of the Blue Gouge mine, returned from a business trip to San Francisco, Wednesday. He reports improvements at the mine as progressing very satisfactorily. The frame work of the mill proper is up and enclosed, and. with the machinery all on the ground, Mr. Bind hopes to have the mill running within two months.

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CALAVERAS COUNTY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 5 January 1900

CALAVERAS COUNTY. Eighty stamps are dropping at the Gwin mine. There are about 170 men on the payroll. The work of sinking &t' the Vorlander has been stopped, and preparations are now being made to crosscut the lead. San Andreas Prospect: Some very rich rock was struck last week in drifting north on the 300-foot level of the Commodore mine, which is situated about one mile west of San Andreas. The rock is of an excellent character and will go between $5 and $6 to the ton. Mr. Clary, the superintendent, informs us that he has already twelve feet of this rock, but tho full width of the vein has not yet been determined. Twelve men are employed at the mine, work is going ahead in an active and systematic manner; the present outlook for this property is very good/ San Andreas Prospect: The Golden Eagle mine, situated near Lloyd's ranch, is thought by many who are " familiar with its. history to be one of the best outside mines in the Sheep Ranch section. Years ago the' rock w...

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TUOLUMNE COUNTY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 5 January 1900

TUOLUMNE COUNTY. The mill on the Arbon started up again on the Ist. The force in the mine will be increased. Work on the north extension of the Mt. Jefferson has commenced. A shaft will be sunk 500 feet, more or less, until striking the vein. ; • """ ', Tho forty stamps at tho Rawhide mine are dropping regularly. r /The work of sinking the shaft was discontinued upon reaching tho 1700-foot level. Sixty-five employes constitute the present working force. Carters New Era: The Progressive Development Company, incorporated last wees with a capital stock of $100,000, divided into" 200,000 shares at 50 cents per share. At present the company is directing all attention to the Ida Dell mine, situated between Carters and Confidence, and the prospects are encouraging in the extreme. We understand that the stock is not on the market. Sonora Union Democrat: Crosscutting to the hanging-wall, drifting to the west and sinking the shaft are the present points of operation in tho Little Wonder at Bi...

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Machinery for Union Copper Mine. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 5 January 1900

Machinery for Union Copper Mine. Stockton Mail: The Globe Iron Works this morning received on the steamer T. C. Walker a sixty-two inch coabioatiga radial drill of tho latest improved pattern, 1 which..^ was purchased in Cincinnati, b'y\E, i/ P.,Cadle on his recent trip to'theiKaft.^The drill is a fine piece of work mauship and contains buvuial impiovemeuld that will enable it to do faster and botter work than drills of tho old patterns can do. Last Saturday the same firm gent two seven-foot V gears and pinions to the Union copper miuo at Copporopolis. This is the mine which is being pumped out in order to get the shafts clear for working. In hoisting water some of tho machinery was cracked and the gears and pinions sout /iom here were intended to replace defective pieces.

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