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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 19 January 1900
BORN. PARKER.— In Jackson, January 17, 1900, to Mr and Mrs. Ruel Parker, a son. DUNSTAN. —At Kennedy Flat, January 8 10(10, to Mr. and Mrs. E. Dunstan! a son. °'iV£ N . N « LL '- At Sutter Creek . January 15, I'M), to Mr. and Mrs. Jack O'Connell a daughter. . MARRIED." KEVERN- FROELICH -At lone, January 9 1«H by Rev. E. B. Winning, Arthur Kcvern to Ro.sa Froelich BELLUOMINI-GIANNINI.-At the Catholic Church, Jackson. Cal , January 14. luoil by Rev. Father Gleeson, Angelo Belluomini to Christina Uiannini. HULTADO— IRAMINGER.— At Amador City January 10, 1000, by Rev. A. J. Case, Marcc Hultado to Emma R. Isamiuger DIED. SIMCICH.— In Jackson. Cal.,' January 12, loon, Charles Simcich, a native of Austria, aced about 25 years. WAGGERSHAUSER.-In Jackson, January 15. 11)00, Frederick P. Waggershuuse r. a native of Germany, aged SI years and 6 months. M'DOWELL. — Near Sonora. January 13, ISXX) Walter McDowell, a native of California! aged about 35 years. Administrator's Sale of Real NOTICE IS...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 19 January 1900
-•;■ THE WHITE HOUSE. "":." ■ ' I ■A Few Left Over 1 I Not many, though, of those beautiful Capes 1 cat s a e l n°t gue and Jackets we bought for the holiday trade. to anyone We will close them out now at a large reducapplication tion in price, and guarantee every garment in litill ™i^lS I o "HPf ! &amp;.?»:= $5.00 . v*«s&amp;s6.oo Sf.SE SS3.SO - ..." ..-.» &gt;■= ..........iJ;. F . »fv» VV mado and nnished L f »-'•&gt;-' Vf We desire most particularly to direct your attention to our. elegant and up-to-Goorff R^ + c ust ™. and Ready Made Clothing. Men's Furnishing l^Pc ' j^ oo * ls and Shoes.iqn 3 which_we have put HARD TIMEvS PRICES • VJ? oend io-r 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. Special, on sale during the holiday month, twenty dozen Ladies Kid Gloves-" assorted colors; real value, $1.50. Special, $1.00. ' OUR SHOF nFPADTIWFNT as w...
O'ER THE HILLS, FAR AWAY [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 19 January 1900
O'ER THE HILLS, FAR AWAY Trip to the County Seat of Inyo. A BEAUTIFUL VALLEY-SOME GRAND SCENERY Country That Is of California but Not Cahfornian— Teachers' Institute. ELIZABETH SARGENT-WILSON The old saying of "Around Robin Hood's Barn" becomes literal in making a trip from here to Inyo county. It is not far, "Just over the mountains" we say, as we look at Amador and Mono counties on the map, but when one undertakes the journey all is changed. Those mountains that lie ■ between make miles of inches and stretch hours into days. The- Sierra! The glory of California! They shelter her from blizzard, shut out the desert, and pen in the sunshine that- decks her form with the golden garb of beauty and wealth. As the Alps cradled the poets and artists of old, so our Sierra are destined to shelter the bards and painters of the future. The traveler of the present finds but the "Rocky Road to Jordan" in going the short way. Inyo'is southeast of us, so to get there from Jackson we Start in a no...
Card of Thanks. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 19 January 1900
Card of Thanks. To ill the citizens of Jackson who rendered service and sympathy during the late illness, death and burial of my beloved son, I desire to express the sincerest gratitnde that can emanate from a parent's heart. I shall ever remember Jackson and its generous and sympathetic people with a feeling of kindness that my words are Inadequate to express. Never, it seems to me in tbe history of mankind, have strangers in distress and sore trouDle been better received or sympathized with more keenly, or assisted more readily, than have the goodhearted people of Jackson tenderly cared for my loved son, Frederick, and efficiently assisted a bereaved and broken-hearted father. My grief was great and my heart ached, but the tender sympathy of the people of Jackson soothed the sorrow and alleviated the pain. I desire to expressly thank the managers and employes of the Zeila and Argonaut mines for the large contribution raised to defray the expense of my son's sickness and burial, an...
PERSONAL MENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 19 January 1900
PERSONAL MENTION. A. H. A. Burbank of Antelope was a county seat visitor this week. A. Ratto, contractor, went to Stockton last Wednesday morning on business. Ex-District Attorney E. A. Freeman returned from San Francisco last Saturday evening. George Brown^ went to San Francisco last Sunday morning and will return tomorrow night. S. M. Cochran of Camanche has accepted a position as bookkeeper for A. Chichlzola of Jackson Gate. G. G. Fraser, the popular commercial tourist, was here this week and reported business in his line very good. L. H. Bicker of San Francisco, Postoffice Inspector for this district, visited several offices In the county this week. Will. A. Newcum and George Bonnefoy visited a mining property in Calaveras couuty last Sunday and Monday. John Nicolaysen of the Argonaut force, has resumed his duties, after a six weeks' visit with friends in San Francisco. V,; F. Waggershauser of Reedley, Fresno county, father of the late Frederick P. Waggershauser, arrived January...
C. A. Snow & Co. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 19 January 1900
C. A. Snow &amp; Co. Pa..-:nt Lawyers, opposite the United States Patent Office, Washington, D. C, who have actual clients In every city and town of the United States and Canada, report that never before in their twenty-five years practice has tbe work of the office been so well up to date. They claim that patents can now be procured in less than one-half the time formerly required. 11-17-3-19
Kiss Lottie Hunting Married. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 19 January 1900
Kiss Lottie Hunting Married. Miss. Lottie Hunting, formerly of Jackson, and who is still remembered by her friends throughout Amador county, was married at Oakland last Tuesday, Jan. 16th, to Denton C. Piper of Denver, Col. Mr. Piper is a nephew of the millionaire, W. A. Piper, who died at the Palace Hotel at San Francisco, a short time ago. The young couple left on the evening train for Denver, Col., going the southern route. They will reside in Denver, where Mr. Piper is interested in several mines.
Lost. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 19 January 1900
Lost. The top part of an old-style breastpin was lost in Webb Hall, at the Native Daughters' New Year ball. The part lost consisted of a garnet setting, with tbe accompanying band of gold which held it in place. Very highly prized as an heirloom. Please return to Mrs. Newcum, Jackson. ■ *
AMADOR COUNTY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 19 January 1900
AMADOR COUNTY. Manuel Santirfo— Fine Grove. At this mine, which is located at the head of Santa Clara Gulch, one and one-half miles northeast of Pine Grove and which has recently been bonded by the Messrs. Watkins, much work is being done. New sluices have been put In and a new twenty-horse-power friction engine and boiler has been placed in position. The latter, with the help of triple-rigged blocks, has the capacity to lift bowlders weighing ten tons. Roads have been built and many other improvements made. The senior Mr. Watkins is a practical machinist and makes all the patterns for the machinery used in and about the mine. This mine was a good producer in past days, and, under its present able management, will, no doubt, help to materially increase Amador county's gold output for 1900. H. D. C. The Lucas— Big Bar. At the Lucas mine, situated near the recently burned plant of the Blue Lakes Water Company, sinking has been temporarily suspended, owing to the fact that fuel Is not ...
EL DORADO COUNTY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 19 January 1900
EL DORADO COUNTY. John Gray of Fairplay, struck a bonanza In his claim last week and brought in quite a quantity of the yellow stuff, some pieces weighing from $1 to $2.50. Placerville Democrat: . •G. S. Estey and S. Chalx were up from Latrobe on business last Monday. They brought with them several pieces of ore from their mine near Latrobo, in which gold could be seen with the naked eye, and have about forty tons of the same on the dump ready to put through the mill. They certainly have a fine prospect for a bonanza. A Greenwood correspondent sends the following to the Placerville Republican: Peron Lee and Hugh Nicholls have leased the Argonaut mine and are putting in a large flume. — Fred Raab has been sluicing on the Occidental quartz mine during this last storm and has found some rich pieces of ore. — Superintendent Keeny is up from the southern extension of the Sliger mine. He says the shaft Is down 200 feet and everything working nicely. Placerville Democrat: In this county th...
CALAVERAS COUNTY [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 19 January 1900
CALAVERAS COUNTY- MokelumneHlll Chronicle: The work of crosscutting at the 150-foot level of the Vorlander mine still continues. The ore looks exceedingly well. Angels Camp Record: Louis Cutler, superintendent of ' the canvas plant, commenced last Sunday to turn the canvas and repair the works at this place. Great success has been had at this plant since it started up. Everything will be put in first-class order at the works.' San Andreas Citizen: Work was started by a force of men in pumping out the Veritas mine, formerly called the Fellowcraft, last Monday. After this was finished rock was taken from the shaft at random by an expert sent here, and this gentleman left Wednesday morning with ore samples to test and report to those who are interested in the purchase of the property. This mine has been shutd own for several months, although It i-j known to be one of the best mines In this vicinity. It is most likely that it will be running a full force In the near future, and it is ho...
TUOLUMNE COUNTY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 19 January 1900
TUOLUMNE COUNTY. Sonora Banner: A good vein has been struck in the Draper mine and also a huge volume of water, requiring large pumps to handle it. Indications are that a big body of ore is near at hand. The Tuolumne Mother Lode Mining and Pevelopment Company closed down this week, As near as can be learned, the cause is financial. It is also reported that the property will soon pass to the control of W. A. Nevills, who will soon open it up, and, with money to back it, it will step to its proper place in the line. .-. Sonora Independent: George Blake has returned from San Francisco and has closed the O. K. mine temporarily, preparatory to putting up new machinery. A crosscut tunnel is in 400 feet and from this face a shaft will be sunk on the ledge. Prospects were bright at the closing of works. The mine is owned by the Murdock brothers. Spnora Mpther Lqde: Several hundred feet pf hydraulic pipe, a waterwheel, two friction-geared hoists for a double derrick, with cable and other fit...
F. P. WAGGERSHAUSER IS NO MORE [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 19 January 1900
F. P. WAGGERSHAUSER IS NO MORE SAD ENDING OF A PROMISING YOUNG MAN. Called Away When He Was Just Entering Upon a Career of Usefulness and Honor. At 4 o'clock Monday morning, January 15, 1900, Frederick NP. Waggershauser, after a plucky fight of several weeks' duration with injury and disease, paid the penalty exacted by Nature of all mankind. His father arrived in time to be with him a few days before the summons came and did all In his power to alleviate his sufferings. The funeral took place from the Catholic Church, Rev. Father Gleeson officiating, Tuesday afternoon, January 16th, at 2:30 p. m. The congregation was large, many of our most prominent citizens being present. The; floral offerings were beautiful. Interment in the Catholic Cemetery. The pall bearers were: Frederick Eudey, Harry Newman, Alex Eudey, Charles Williams, Ruel Parker and Frank Ardltto. F. Waggershauser, father of deceased, was the only relative present, and the heartfelt sympathy of 'our people went out to t...
"Better Than Gold." [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 19 January 1900
"Better Than Gold." Our Sutter Creek friends are to be entertained on the evening of the 25th, instant by comedy, pathos and tragedy. Under the management of the well-known professional actor, George T. Snow, the charming drama, "Better Than Gold" Is to be produced. The proceeds are to go to the Sutter Creek Free Library. Local talent will support Mr. Snow. The people should liberally patronize the performance. CAST OF CHAHACTERS. Peter Perchant, a lawyer George T. Snow Gilbert Murdock, the outcast, Henry M. Calkins Richard Gordon, the schemer Pearl Davis lorn Payson, absent-minded, Eustice Giles Asa, colored servant, Garnet t Calkins Mrs. Garneld, housekeeper at Gilroy, Mrs. J. S. Clark Annie Garliuld' her daughter, Miss Laurel Lathlean Belle Gordon Miss Jennie Lithgow Jennie Joy, a seamstress, . . . Mrs. Winnie Jones Give us daily some GOOD BREAD— Pioneer flour makes the beat. *