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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 18 January 1901

THE AMADOI LEDGER (COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPEIZ:) ir Published Fridays by .AMADOR COUNTY PUBLISHING COMPANY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year (if not in advance) ....'...„ .'*. $3 00 One Year (in advance) .' 2 50 Six Months. l 25 Three M0nth5.......; , C 75 One or More Copies of the Ledger^.each... ..-. .....' 05 Legal Advertising— Per Square— First Insertion . . .$1 00 Subsequent Insertions— Per Square— each .... 50 Entered at' the Postoffice at Jackson as Second-class Matter. P. BUFFINGTON .s, J^t] '■'' s ; Vjv: Editor and Manager FR1DAY. . .......:.....'..... JANUARY 18, 1901 PHENOMENAL RAILWAY CAREER. Mr. Charles M. Hays, the new President of the Southern Pacific' Railroad, was born. in Rock Island, Illinois, forty-four years ago. He is now receiving the highest salary paid to any railroad president in America, if not in the world. This is $55,000 a year, $5,000 more than President McKinley re ceives/ About eleven or twelve years ago Mr. Hays was a railway clerk, but he gradually gained p...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 18 January 1901

WHEN IT WAS INCORPORATED The, Men of Affairs in the 5* I tariff Piftipi! JACKSON HAS ONCE A FULL FLEDGED CUT Judge A. C. Brown, Chairman of, the \i Board of Trustees— We Jennings Clerk of the Board. WILL A. NEWCUM ' The vicissitudes of life are not more emphatically illustrated than in the small towns of the mining suctions of our State, where, from 1849, placer and hydraulic mining drow to them the brawn and brain of the older states, In tent on seeking gold, and eager also to possess plenty of it and then return to the home of youth, to the aged mother, . or father, or'sweei.heart. and then live in peace and quiet forever afterward. The hopes of but a very few were rea lized, the result being that some re mained in the mining towns, gradually ■ assuming positions in tliose walks of life for which nature and their attain ments may have fitted them or their luck cast them; others wandered to more congenial . camps or. cities, and there continued the life they sought or ■were Impelle...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 18 January 1901

JACK TAR'S GROWL. A Story- lUn.tra.tlnß; the Sailor's ;'..-^ • Habit of Grvmbllnsr. O:'*«" ; ■ The author of "From Edinburgh to the Antarctic," writing of the sailor's habit of grumbling, says: "The dinners are all the same— that Is to say, Mon day's dinners are all alike, and what we have today we shall have this day six months hence. Jack's forefather thin day 100 years ago had the same menu and made the same uncompll- Bentary remarks about the dishes, and 100 years hence on this day Jack's chil dren, will growl over their salt horse and plumless duff." The author also tells this "yarn" to illustrate- that Jack's habit of grumbling can't be cured and must be endured: Once upon a time there lived a skip per whose wife said to him that if she went to sea the poor men would never flnd fault with their food. Her bus band took her with him on a voyage, nnd the good woman attended to the cooking in the galley herself. The scouse was thick with fresh veg etables, the bread was white and ...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 25 January 1901

Established November ii, 1855 BTORM IN THE SUMMER. ; Storm in tbe dimmer's a mighty funny thing, 7Like-a woman's temper -when it takes a fling; Cornea of a suddfp, and you don't know why; J. You itart in gnessipir, and it's all gone by; „ Bwiah and sweep, and it's in full blast; You catch your breath, and it'a flown clear past; * Tbnnder and lightning and sulphur in the air, ;"And the very next minute the sun ehincs fair! And It's Just this way that the truth is shown j Why" sweet Dame Katui • ia a woman known; " • Btae can nurae her wrath through a mighty long . truce, -, . , ~But it breaks for keeps wlien it docs break looael I |n J ahe storms like a tyrant and makes thine* horn . J fill its easy to believe that it's kingdom come, *nd all of a sudden there's mercy in her eye, ■ and she laughs and dimples, and the storm's gone . by! , „,_.. . — Rlpley D. Saunders in St. Louis Republic. Old Parker's Ghost M. Quad oomiiGHT, 1900, »r a b. lewis. * That I really and truly saw a ghost o...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 25 January 1901

THE AMADOR LEDGER ( COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. ) Published" Fridays % by AMADOR COUNTY PUBLISHING COMPANY.^ Cl inCPDIDTinM DATCC ■^ „, iII.TT^ " -— -- oUDbIiKIrTIUN HATto: One Year (if not in advance) '. ..$3 00 One Year fin advance)...... 2 50 Six -Months ....-.'.. '. ~ i 25 Three Months .$% .•?. . .'-. .'. /. /.'::"..>.. . .. v -75 Pne or liore Copies of the Ledger, each!... ~ .'.... "A*. '... .:..'. ''05 Legal Advertising— Per Square— First Insertion .• .-...81 00 v Subsequent Insertions— Per Square— each. ... . . . ."/.\ ... . . : . . . . . . *'?. :50 «, ;", .Entered at the Postofflce at Jackson as Second-class Matter. P. BUFFIN6TON : : '' ' :' ' '-'''I : "■) '■' ' Editor and Manager FRIDAY... :V JANUARY 25, 1901 QUEEN VICTORIA DEAD. 1 The most influential sovereign of the world is dead, and her son, Albert Edward, reigns in her stead as King Edward VII. A long and glorious reign has been brought to a close by the ruthless hand of death, the longest and most glorious reign in Eng...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 25 January 1901

WHEN IT WAS INCORPORATED The, Men of Affairs in the Early Fifties. JACKSON WAS ONCE A FOIL FLEDGED CITY Hen Who lived Here When Jackson \ I Was In Its' Infancy.— Askey ? as a Story-Teller. WILL A. NEWCUM f CONTINUED FROM LAST WEEK. E.,H. Williams was elected town assessor. He had a carpetitcrshop op the lot now occupied by the Garbarini Bros, blacksmithshop, and was the builder of the American bou%e wliich stood on the lots now occupied by O. C. Ginocchio as a residence and by the Oneto cottages, ot.l Water, street. All. trace of his movemeni in later days is lost. E. C. Webster was elected town mar shal.'' He left Jackson, with Charles Boynton and with him established a newspaper in an Illinois town. No memory of him seems to remain with tbe older settlers further than that. ■Joseph Wlnn, a defeated candidate for town marshal, was constable of the .township and while hern followed that class of business. Later he was fleeted town marshal. At an early day he left here' and returned ...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 25 January 1901

HE WON IN A CANTER. "LUCKY" BALDWIN MADE HIS JOCKEY RIDE SQUARE. The Horseman Vaed an Argument That Made the Crooked Rider's Teeth Chatter While Be Got O«t All the Speed In the Animal. In the lobby of a hotel the other evening a number of men were discuss ing sports and sporting men when the 1 eubjoct of nerve and grit came up. One of the party, a well known Californlan, | who knew "Lucky" Baldwin in the old days, said: "Baldwin was about the hardest man to be chiseled out of anything he set .his heart on getting that I ever met up with.' ' A whole lot of people tried to put It on him In business and other sort of deals, but none of these ever suc ceeded in catching 'Lucky 1 ' Baldwin sufficiently asleep to maKe their plans stick. "Horsemen still talk about a funny game In which Baldwin figured on one of tht* Chicago race tracks a number of years ago. Baldwin had brought his magnificent string of thoroughbreds to 2 Chicago to make an effort to annex the swell stakes that were then o...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 1 February 1901

Established November i, 1855. FATE'S TABLET. \ Tea must have known her had you seen her tee*. That moment turned away, as by she passed; - It must have told you, that confiding grace, ' ' ;Of one could not but love you to the last. -'And had you heard her voice you must hari known ; Sh« little talked and softly all that day. Something, perhaps, was on the June wind blown To her could not but love you aye and aye. You did not Bee her, and you did not hear; She aaw not, heard not, you aa by she pasaed, And it was once more written, "Year to year Two ihall go, seeking, seeking to the last." — John Vance Ctieney in Harper's Bazar. "BY ORDER OF THE BOARD." M. QUAD COPTBIOHT, 1900, BT C. B. LEWIS. •For seven years old John Fosdick hsd h»n paying tell«r of tbe First Nn tlonal bank in a western town. Pre vious to his taking the place he bad beeri a private banker and merchant and had played Id bard luck. He had secured the place through having the friendship of the president, but there. had...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 1 February 1901

THE AMADOR LEDGER iCOL/NTY ie OFFICIAL PAPERJ AMADOR COUNTY PUBLISHING COMPANY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year flf not in advance) 83 00 One Year fin advance)..... v ....:. 2 50 Six Months ;...'.... !....; " ■.. r.r. .. .; l 25 Three Months , i .'. .■..............:..; |\ 75 One or More Copies of the Ledger, each 05 Legal Advertising— Per Square— First Insertion .$1 00 Subsequent Insertions— Per Square— each *V.• 50 Entered at the Postofflce at Jackson as Second-class Matter. P. BUFFINGTON : : : : , Editor and Manager i FRIDAY.'. < FEBRUARY 1, 1901 PREMATURE CRITICISM. The Mountain Messenger, the second oldest paper in the State and one of the most ably conducted of interior papers, has the following pertinent language regarding a common but very bad practice: "A reprehensible practice has been growing up among a part of the press of this State to find fault with the Legislature and condemn the body before it has even had an opportunity, to act. This has been going on for some year...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 1 February 1901

KEYSTONE VS. SOUTH SPRING HILL ACTION DISMISSED FOR WANT OF PROSECUTION. o{l ■ : -•: The Case Came Before Superior Couit of Calaveras County and De cided Finally. In the Superior Court of I be State of California, in and for tho County of Calaveras.-- V The/Keystone Consolidated Mining Company, plaintiff, vs. South Sgring Hill Mining Company, defendant. ON MOTION TO DISMISS THE ACTION "FOR WANT OF PROSECUTION. The plaintiff and' 'defendant are the owners of adjoining quartz mines in Amador County, California. The com plaint alleges that the defendant corpo .ration has, by means of its nndersrroiind works, entered upon plaintiff's miue and removed therefrom a largo amount . of ore which ii ir.t-> appropriated to its own use. That the ore so taken by de fendant, was taken from veins which -have their apexes within tv« lines of plaintiff's surface location. Tho ore so removed by defendant is alleged to be > 200,000 tons and its value is stated at two millions or dollars. t The de...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 1 February 1901

IjOVE AND NATURE. Dear Love, when spring has com* all !■!■» ntal And from her languid lids the bandage takea To look with wondering eye» upon the world. The trees unfold their robes of silvery green. And thrifty inserts from the bloaaoma glean; Each birdling finds a nate both fond and true. And I. dear Lore, hare you. Dear Lore, in mtnmcr time each lengthened day To harvest fields a tribute rich must pay Of sunshine packed in grains of yellow corn. The earth is weighted with the season's store; No creature, tree nor vine can ask for more. ■ Nature has satisfied each bird and bee. Has given yon to me. I>car Love, chill fall doth paint in colon rare Ibe forests and the fields that toon grow bar* As winter clasps them to her icy breast. Nature must wake and work and rest awhile. Must sleep and cry, perchance, as well as smiles And nature, life and lore are one, I know. Because I love you so. . ; .- '_ , -- ' —Anne 0. Steele in Harper* Bazar. CHILI SAUCE HOW BARSTOW BROWN AND ELVIRY ...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 8 February 1901

~\ Established November i, 1855. HER SUMMONS CAME. A SIGN IN WHICH MRS. GALLUP READ HER DEATH WARRANT. 'She Dropped the Dishcloth and After | That Fatal Warning Spent the Bal " anee of tit* Evening In Telling Sir. £ Gallup How She Thought He Ought ." to Ran the Funeral. v [Copyright, 1900, by a B. Lewis.] | As Mr. GaUup lighted his tin lantern •- Ifter supper and started out to buy half, a pound of Rio- coffee for break- Tast and call at tbe postoffice Mrs. Gal lup, was in excellent spirits j and had most of the dishes ready for. washing, j Be; was absent 32 minutes, and when be arrived home he found her huddled ; cp In the big rocking chair, with a'pll ' low behind her head and the camphor bottle in her hand. She took three long sniffs at tbe bottle and gave three long drawn sighs as be entered, but It was 'labor thrown away. Mr. Gallup blew out his lantern and bung it up behind the cellar door, and, having deposited tte' coffee on a shelf In the pantry, he removed and hung up his ...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 8 February 1901

THE AMADQfi LEDGER i COUNTY'OFFICIALi PAPER 3 £ J/ ■&Z .•<:-« ;« ■ -*- ' .. . ■■' Published Fridays by "AMADOR. COUNTY PUBLISHING COMPANY. .vqv-' :;? i. ■'<■■■:..:■ . • -„.■•-. ,1- . '-'-•■•- -■.;/: SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year (if not in advance) .T7. $3 00 One Year On advance) 2 50 Six Months ' -.'.I .-?>. *.■-::. i .\.:.' r . iif:.. ?...?.h 25 Three M0nth5. ... . . . .' '. '." \. •.:..?. . 3 p. R *** . . . S S 75 One or More Copies of the Ledger, each. .7.' 05 Legal Advertising— Per Square— First 1n5erti0n. .. .:...... '. . .81 00 Subsequent Insertions— Per Square— each *.;'.;'.. ...'... ..£.. 50 _„,... Entered . at the Postoffice at Jackson as Second-class Matter. --'"fl?-. --------- \ , -Editor; »iid manager * FRIDAY: .;.. .V. .:........:. FEBRUARY 8, 1901 One of the most difficult accomplish inents is to be sure you'are right before you go ahead. If one were to delay an enterprise until the above problem had been absolutely solved, 'it is.sixteen to one that the e...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 8 February 1901

PRODUCTION OF GOLD ON THE LODGE POSSIBILITIES OF THE PEERLESS AND K.IRKWOOD. ■ ■ .■* : . >. — ; — ■ . ■ ■■ Reopening of an Old Mine In Calaveras. Big Mining Deal.— Activity at , the Shaw Mine. Peerless and Kirkwood. ".^The encouraging prospects that have been encountored in the development work at the Peerless and Kirkwood "mines, which are considored to bo sit uated west of the .-o called Mother ■ Lode , Belt, have led some to ask if these mines were not after all on the realmother lode. ■ ;"y'> This section of country between the .'Jackson creek and tbe Mokelumne river, although in nearly ;i direct line •between two great gold produc-rs. rr ;mains, with tin- exception of a few tun nels and prospect holes, almost virgin ground. v" -. The formation of the ground through ."winch they have." been sinking, ;' strengthened by the fact that these rminoa art: situated in a natural opening said producers, is certainly /evidence that they might bo in the bright channel. ' _ ■r r 'And ...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 8 February 1901

HOW DOES IT SEEM TO YOU I It Menu to me I'd like to go Where bells don't ring nor whistles blow Kor clocks don't strike nor gongs don't Kraa4 And Id hare stillness all around. Not really stillness, but just the trees* Low whisperings or the hum ol bees Or brooks' faint babbling over stones In strangely, softly tangled tones. Or maybe a cricket or katydid Or the songs ol birds in the hedges hid Or just some such sweet sounds ss thess To Oil a tired heart with ease. If 't weren't for sight and sound and smell. I'd like a city pretty weU, But when it comes to getting rest I like the country lots the best. Sometimes It seems to me I must Junt quit the city's din and dust And get out where the sky is bloc „ And say, Now, how does it seem to you? —Eugene Field. WITNESS TO THE DEED M. QUAD cornuaHT, 1900, bt o. b. lewis. My mistress In Gainsborough road bad lost a £5 note In the house, and the thief was the parlor maid. I knew It from her actions, and three months after I left the house sh...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 15 February 1901

Established November i, 1855 | MEMORY AND THE FULL MOON. 0 nights of silver memory, O nights! - - Here at this casement, ac of old. I stand - And greet the moon at full, flooding tbe land With mystery and unmeasured dream delights. - .' But ' they who with me gax<d on those green heights, . Distanced in moonlight, while the night wind 4> bland VRare incense from deep forest altars fanned, Ah. whither gone, with giddy seasons' flights! ' Intenser than of old thy burning-orb, Thou planet lone in star forgetting skies 1 1 Each ray from thee with tender purport *, smites. tay, didst thou not thoee love lit souls absorb. Wherefore thy splendor aches against mine eyes? t O nights of silver memory, O nightsl —Edith M. Thomas in Harper's Bazar. IN THE HEDGE BOTTOM How the Harvest Mice Built Their Home. MARY ELLIOT jLittle : Mrs. Harvest-Mouse loved -a hedge" Ijottom. She always said it was more "private than the open field, and aIBO she thought about the farmer and h.ow he comes to cu...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 15 February 1901

THE AMADQRf LEDGER {.COUNTY OFFICIAL y F>APER.U Published ; Fridays by v' AMADOR COUNTY PUBLISHING COMPANY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: O.NE.YEAR (If not in advance) $3 00 One Year (in advance) : .- >.. 2 50 Six Months „• 1 25 Three Months -...*.... :. .' ; -75 One or More Copies of the Ledger, each...:.. .'...Li'. ; T:. ....;■, ;05 -■'I'"-- ■' ' _ „__ - '■■;' ,■'■■■■ Legal Advertising— Per Square— First Insertion —$1 00 Subsequent Insertions— Per Square— each % . 50 Entered at the Postoffice at Jackson as Second-class Matter. . P. BUFFINGTON , : : t : Editor and Manager FRIDAY :. ..\:\: FEBRUARY 15, 1901 CONGRESS COUNTS ELECTORAL VOTE. „t .The ceremony of counting the electoral vote for Presi dent and Vice-President at the election on the 6th of last November, took place in -the hall of the House of Repre sentatives at i o'clock last Wednesday at a joint session of the House and Senate. • Senator Frye, president pro tern of the Senate, presided over the joint session. Upon the con cl...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 15 February 1901

MINING BULLETIN OF W. H. STORMS MOTHER LODE REGION OF CALI- FORNIA. ■5* 5 3 » ■ ; 1 . - -: . ■"- Particular Attention Has Been Given to the Gold Mines of Amador County. ARGONAUT MINE. . One mile north of Jackson, adjoining the Kennedy on the south. The in clined shaft commenced in 1893 has now reached a depth of 1750 feel, at which • point it was stopped by an injunction of the court, pending- a settlement of litigation with the Kenm.-ily Company. Above this level the mine has produced a large amount of ore, which has been crushed in a 40-stamp mill with large profit. The shaft not being sunk on the vein, a series of raises have been driven, which prove this vein to be Continuous from tho surface croppings to the lowest workings. The mine' is equipped with a heavy hoisting plant, capable of working to a depth of 2000 feet. « # # * * * KENNEDY MINE. -It Is 1 mile north of Jackspn, adjoin ing the Argonaut on tin.- north. This property has been repeatedly described in former reports of...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 15 February 1901

JOINT QUARTERLY REPORT. ■•„.., ; 9 Joint Quarterly Statement of Auditor and I Treasurer of Amador County, California, to the Board of Super visors for the term ending January . 30, 1901, pursuant to Section 4223 of the Political Code of the State of California. To cash in funds at last report.. " $41,330 98 To z a s h from . cases commen ced in Superior Court 78 00 To cash from Clerk's fees... 604 25 To cash from Itecorder's fees -1,000 25 To cash from ■ - Sheriff's fees.. 71 19 To cash from delinq'nt taxes 1879 under re demption 7 63 To cash from delinq'nt taxes 1883 under re demption ..... 138 74 T o ■c a 6 h '. from .delinq'nt taxes 1884 under re ' demption 37 23 To cash from delinq'nt taxes 1885 under re- * demption :.... 11 79 To cash from delinq'nt taxes 1888 under re demption 17 85 To cash from delinq'nt taxes 1889 under re demption ...I. 20 15 To cash from delinq'nt taxes 1890 under re demption . 18 71 To cash from delinq'nt taxes 1893 under re demption 15 77 To cash from de...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 22 February 1901

Noveuitxir i,> 1855. IF LOVE BE ONE. r >j — : :—: — ■ ■ . .1 • flt lUcf ire black, the winds are bol4 ' The road is rough and long, •• ■ y. But, what are clouds ami stony way* • f When hearts are full of song? I And two there be who walk life's path - ' Unheeding wind or weather, '; And minding tut your merry sprite , 4 Who binda their hearts together. ! All wajrf are smooth, all days are bright, 4. With him for guide and sun, * And three are always company, ' . * If Love be one! fThe road is smooth, the wind is soft. The sky is clear o'erbead, « But what are pleasant ways and days i To those whose hearts arc dead; a And what is song (hat fills the ears, ; £ Bat can no farther go; - And what is light that eyes can see, .'' But souls can never know? I Ah, two there be that walk life'a path As though they walked alone, • \ For two are n»rer company If Low be gone! — D. ilclntyre Henderson in Harper's Magazine. Nurs inonosis. A Story of a Si Spelling Match. Adelbert F. Caldwell S...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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