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FOREST HOME NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 19 January 1900
FOREST HOME NOTES. The Usual Winter Work and Pleasure Is Duly Recorded. Forest Home, January 16.— Mr. and Mrs. George D. Wirts went to lone last Saturday, returning the same day. L. McCoy, who has been visiting friends and relatives at Los Angeles for the last two months, has returned and is engaged in work for H. O. Cornstock. '.'"/' Our. little town was very much excited over a runaway last Monday. The " runaway—horse- was _that_of _Jud Jakeways. It appears that the' horse was tied to a hitchingpost in front of Thomas Lambert's residence, and became frightened at something, causing it to break loose and run away. There was no serious damage done save for a cut on the horse's right shoulder, on which it had fallen. The cart to which it was hitched was not damaged. The days at present remind one of springtime, as the flowers In this section are peeping above the mother earth. Miss Margaret Schillings returned from a two weeks' vacation at home with friends and relatives. ..•■". .vV-...
GRAND VIEW NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 19 January 1900
GRAND VIEW NEWS. Budget of the Doings in the Southern Part of the County. Grand View, January 16.— Joseph Silva of Sugarloaf mountain paid this burg a visit last week: W. W. Plummer, the Grand View rancher, spent .one day last week with a force of men repairiug the mudhole on that part of the county road that leads from this place to Jackson creek. Mr. Plummer's act is a commendable one and the Honorebie Board of Supervisors by rights should allow him pay for his time and trouble. Roy Miller came over from lone last week and will remain at this place for some time. .The Camp Opra School opened last Monday, after a vacation of two weeks. Mrs. Annie Russell visited at lone Friday last. She was accompanied by Miss Zula Gayer. Mrs. Nefford, our talented music teacher, spent New Year with friends at lone. George Horton of Copper Center paid Sutter Creek a short visit last Saturday. All the boys from this place who attended the masquerade ball at lone are on deck again. They report the af...
AT THE BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 19 January 1900
AT THE BAY. Amador County People Who Are at the Pa- cific Coast Hub. San Francisco, January 16.— William Castle, who has been in Alaska for some months, has returned to San Francisco and has settled here for the winter. J.. B. ■ Cassinelli of Volcano, of the firm of L. Cassinelli &amp; Bio., is in the city purchasing supplies for their store. P. I. Jonas and wife of Volcano are visiting friends and relatives in this city. Mr. Jonas contemplates remainingin the city, provided he finds some desirable business in which to engage William T. Gillick of Volcano is a visitor at the bay city this week. Mrs. Watts of Volcano is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Nellie Frye of this city. James Lessley is also visiting friends and relatives in this city. John Clute of Volcano has secured a position with a law firm of this city and entered his new field of duties the first of the year. Miss Ella Clute is visiting friends and relatives here. Artie. ,
STRAY BITS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 19 January 1900
STRAY BITS OF NEWS. Personal and News Notes From Old Amador City. Amador City, January 16.— Rev. Whittaker of Sutter Creek was a guost of Rev. A. J. Case Tuesday. Mrs. Richard Bennetts has returned from an extended visit with her mother at Sacramento. Mrs. Peters has gone to Jackson to visit her daughter, Mrs. Caldwell. John It. TregUmn attended tholn- stallation of Odd Fellows at Sutter Creek Monday. Willie Berryman and Leroy Orosdn visited Sutter Creek Monday. Charles and Eugene Hottenger, accompanied by their sister, returned from below Saturday evening. Mrs. Boro of New Chicago was the guest of Mrs. Esola Tuesday. Sheriff Gregory passed through town Monday.' Mr. Gallegher of Alaska Is visiting friends at this place. Church services throughont the week •as usual. Morning subject: '•The Master Has Come." Preaching by pastor. In the evening Rev. Whittaker of Sutter Creek will occupy the pulpit. E. Lois. Amador City, January 17.— Nathan Fisher has left us and joined the Oneida mine ...
CLINTON JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 19 January 1900
CLINTON JOTTINGS. Daughter of Angelo Zucconi Terribly Lacer- ated by a Savage Dog. Clinton, January 18.— School was resumed on Monday with a full attendance. f:^-; : Professor Gordon passed here Thursday, while on his way to inspect the schools of the county. G. A. Douet of the Douet vineyard has sufficiently recovered from a long spell of sickness to again attend to his business personally. While Angelo Zucconi's daughter was playing in the kitchen with the other children, a dog (which he has had for two years) rushed in and seized the girl with Its teeth, and commenced to tear hor to pieces. The mother and oldest brother got clubs and tried to beat the dog off, but failed. Luckily the brave boy bethought himself of his father's rifle, which he got and put a bullet through the brute's brain. On examination the poor girl was found to be terribly lascerated from her waist to her ankles, the brute having at two places torn the flesh nearly from the bone, besides five other wounds of a...
• JOINT INSTALLATION. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 19 January 1900
• JOINT INSTALLATION. Odd Fellows and Rebekahs Had a Good Time Monday Evening. The joint installation -of officers for the ensuing year of the I. O. O. F. and Rebekahs of Sutter Creek occurred Monday evening, January loth. The officers in charge of the interesting ceremony wore Annie L. Clark, District Deputy President of Rebekahs, and N. T. Littlefield, District Deputy of Independent Order of Odd Fellows. Officers of Excelsior ■ Lodge, No. 63. Rebekahs, were installed as follows: Junior Past Grand, Mary Clark. Noble Grand, Amanda Olmstead. Vice-Grand, Winnie Jones. Recording Secretary, Emma Gregory. Treasurer, Martha Smith. Financial Secretary, Emma Campbell. Warden, Mary Prosser. ' Conductress, Annie Trelease. Right Supporter to Noble Grand, Tillie Colwell. . . Left Supporter to Noble Grand, Eleanor Colwell. Inside Guard, Sadie Gorman. Outside Guard, May Turner. Right Supporter to Vice-Grand, Clara Goldsworthy. Left Supporter to Vice-Grand, Jenny Pendry. Chaplain, Julia Trevett. F...
A Successful Social. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 19 January 1900
A Successful Social. The Ladies' Aid social at the M. E. Church Tuesday evening was well attended and very much enjoyed by all present. Following an excellent programme came refreshments. Receipts about $18.00. To Mrs. William Horr, the active member of the committee, and her daughter, Miss Pearl, is ascribed the credit for the success of the social, as they really managed the whole affair.
DISASTROUS FIRE AT IONE [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 19 January 1900
DISASTROUS FIRE AT IONE Total Loss Will Foot up to $10,000. WAS INSURED FOR THIRTY-TWO HUNDRED Three Buildings Entirely Destroyed and One Badly Damaged by the Flames. About 12 o'clock last Monday night the denizens of our sister town were aroused by tho dread alarm of fire. The fire started in the bakery' in rear of the Union Hotel and was soon fanned by the breeze into a devastating blaze. The Union Hotel and Robert Mayes' saloon were soon in a 'blaze and for other food the fire fiend hit upon the old stage stabled, evouring that also. Hopper's general merchandise store, a fireproof building, sustained a. loss of $1000. " . ■ . The loss^ to the hotel and saloon is estimated at" $9000, ~ besides private losses to Inmates, and the Insurance amounts to $3200, $600 of which Is on the saloon. The Inmates of the hotel succeeded in escaping, though none of them were able to save anything beyond what they wore, and that was very little in most cases. No one was seriously injured, but sever...
QUICKLY TOLD STORIES [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 19 January 1900
QUICKLY TOLD STORIES A superior quality 'of footwear at Peterson's* If you want an easy, stylish and .durable shoe, buy of Peterson. ' • &gt;_• For all kinds of school supplies go to Freeman's General Variety Store. * E. H. Harrington has a house belonging to Mrs. Muldoon on Kennedy Flat to rent * • During the progress" of the recent lone fire, Dr. A. L. Adams broke his right leg below the knee. A house of Mrs. Muldoon on Kennedy Flat is to rent. Apply to R H. Harrington at the Kennedy mine. , ;; * ' The funeral of the late Charles Simcich was held last Sunday, under the auspices of the Austrian Society. Mr. Driscoll. son-in-law of J. J. Westfall of this place, died at his home, San Francisco, the first of the week. . • If any of our subscribers should fail to get a Ledger this* week they will confer a favor by notifying us immediately. Miss McConnell entertained a few of her friends last Tuesday evening at lie 1 - apartments in the New National Hotel. The Epworth League of ...
McCall's Magazine. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 19 January 1900
McCall's Magazine. By reference to our clubbing rates our readers will "see that we furnish McCall's Magazine, an especial favorite with the ladies, and the Amador Ledger, both one year for only 12.25. Each subscriber receives a McCall Magazine pattern, which is worth at least ono-tlfth of the price paid. If our people desire cheap and profitable reading we are prepared to furnish it. ___ ••
BOUGHT A HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 19 January 1900
BOUGHT A HOME. Excelsior Parlor of Native Sons Sow Owns Its Own Building The members of Excelsior Parlor, No. 31, N. S. G. W., of Jackson are progressing. Wednesday last tho Parlor became the owner of tho building on Court street heretofore owned by the Thomas estate. The price paid is $1000. Tho building will bo extended several feet in the rear, a new front will bo put in and another story added, which will bo used as a hall for the Parlor. The lower story is to bo fitted up for a gymnasium, clubroom and bathing apartments. Tho total expense, including the purchase price, will amount to about $2500 or $3000. The Parlor Is to bo congratulated.
Jackson Suits Him. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 19 January 1900
Jackson Suits Him. Mr. Ferdinand Mayer, the popular candy maker of Jackson, has changed his mind about going to Alaska and will, still continue to do business at the old stand, and is more anxious than ever to please . his customers. Mr. Mayer says that Jackson is Alaska enough for him and that he purposes to remain right here and get tho benefit of the prosperity that is now in sight and sure to come. Ho will keep pace with tho demands of his trade and his customers will always find him fully up-to-date In all things pertaining to his business. He invites the public to call at his place of business when in need of anything in his line. A nobby new lino of fall and winter footwear at Peterson's, Webb block. • *
Knights of Pythias Officers. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 19 January 1900
Knights of Pythias Officers. The following officers were Installed in Rathbonti Lodge, No. IG6, K. of P., on last Friday evening: Council Commander, James E. Dye Jr. Vice-Commander, C. F. Kohler. Prolate, Dr. E. V. Lonipo. Master-at -Arms, Joint Lcpova. Master of Work, William Pcnry. Muster of Finance, William Sobey. Master of Exchequer, George W. ilrown. Keeper of Record and Seal, U. It. Breese. Outside Guard. Joseph Gregor. Trustees, F. M. Pense and James Bennetts. After the close of tho lodge a fino banquet was had at tho Central Hotel.