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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 26 January 1900
MISCELLANEOUS. THE COFFEE HOUSE JACKSON, CAL. Basement of the Webb Building Everything New, Neat and Clean MEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS ALWAYS ON HAND Guests treated with consideration and respect at all times. Beit Liquors 'and Cigars at the Bar HAMBRIC &amp; CARLEY. •••••• • • : E • : n : J _!, J North Main Street Jackson •I * :f: 37?£ :d: 'fS • ■» • • p • • ■» ••••••••••••••••••••• SIS The Best of Care Taken ; _ » of Transient Stock . . • fc-&gt; • Gentle Horses .... S E • Splendid Vehicles and the J ; Best Equipment of All •.\y • Kinds . . . .... •^^ ••••••••••••••••••••• Mm * :£: • - * Prices Reasonable •I • " • *-" • • C • • r • • © - •••••• * ■ Al. 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 Al. A. MAILS Sutter Creek E. MARRE &amp; BRO. WholcKiklu lVsilrrs ;iml ,'i&gt;l&gt;lrt.s in Importud and Domustic Wines*Li...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 26 January 1900
LAWYERS. JACOB L. SARGENT . -ATTORNEY — Jackson, Cal. Office : Marelia building, Court street. Mines and mining laws a specialty. E. A. FREEMAN Attorney-at-Law . Jackson, Cal. Office in Marelia building, corner Main and Court streets. "pv B. SPAGNULI Attorney and Counselor at Law Practice in all the States and Federal courts. Office: Spagnoli building, opposite Hall ot Records. A CAMINETTI Attorney aud Counselor at Law Jackson, Cal. . Will practice in all the State and Federal courts. . TJOBEBT C. BOIJS Attornejr-at-Law Office : Farley building, Summit street. "J^"EII, A. MACQUARRIE Attorney and Counselor at Law Jackson, Cal. Office: Spagnoli block, Courthouse square. "T W. CALDWELL Attorney-at-Law Will practice in all courts of the State "Vy H. WILLIS Atturney-at-Law Jackson, Cal. - Office: With E. A. Freeman. Practice in all State Courts. John f. davis Jackson, Cal. Office on Summit Street, opposite Courthouse. NOTARIES. HILDA CLOCGH Stenographer and Notary Public Jackson, Cal. Of...
A NEW ERA COMING. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 26 January 1900
A NEW ERA COMING. The intelligent citizen hails with great satisfaction the prospect of a railroad to this section of the Mother Lode. The time has arrived when this advanced and modern means of transportation is necessary to the highest prosperity of this community. Deep mining has become the basis of our calculations. Investments in this industry are no longer measured by hundreds and thousands, but by hundreds of thousands and even millions of dollars. There are many gigantic enterprises already under way and there is room for many more here. But men who have, or control, vast capital are accustomed to look closely'into all the economic conditions of the country where they are invited to operate. They make comparisons of all kinds between advantages and disadvantages and they always know the value of good transportation facilities. There is no question about our mining men welcoming the railroad. It is to them an additional guarantee of successful operation. It means greater conv...
THE LABORER IS WORTHY OF HIS HIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 26 January 1900
THE LABORER IS WORTHY OF HIS HIRE. From Rev. F. A. Morrow's pastoral letter, extracts from which appear elsewhere in the LEDGER, we see that he has received only about $24 per month for his services here. He cannot remain here on .such starvation terms. He is too good a man to lose; therefore let all contribute generously and keep the right man in the right place. The reverend gentleman is full of zeal for the general good of the community; he is an excellent preacher, and a large-hearted, wholesouled man. The church was fortunate in getting such a pastor, and should put forth an extra effort to maintain him.
A FLAT FAILURE. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 26 January 1900
A FLAT FAILURE. The Democratic attempt to play politics with the relations between the United States Treasury and those National Banks chosen not by favoritism, but because they put up United States bonds to secure the Government from loss, as depositories for money collected for internal revenue taxation, was one of the flatest failures ever seen in Congress. Instead of delaying action on the resolution calling for all the correspondence between these National Banks and the Secretary of . the Treasury, as the Democrats Were foolish enough to hope they . would do, the Republicans in both House and Senate assisted in putting the resolution through, and Secretary Gage promptly put a force of clerks to copying the records, in order that no time might be lost in putting the information before Congress and the country. Instead of being opposed to furnishing this information, Secretary Gage was glad of being furnished an official opportunity for showing exactly how and why he had taken th...
MOST UNWISE PROCEEDING. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 26 January 1900
MOST UNWISE PROCEEDING. The people who are promoting public meetings, expressing sympathy for the Boers and anthematizing the English, besides securing introduction and passage of resolutions of similar character in Congress, are placing the United States in a very bad position. It is well enough to entertain any sympathetic sentiment to which our hearts incline us, but it is a very different matter to stir up feeliug which may cuiminte in* dangerous issues between this Government and that of Great Britain, or which may return to plague us. We have no reason whatever to meddle in the fight between the English and the Boers. There is error on each side, but historical examinatibn aud justice would seem to justify England in insisting upon i.ueh reforms in the country over which she exercises the authority of a Suzerain as will at least stay the cruelty of. intolerance, break: up the hard shell of bigotry, and completely uproot any , semblance . On the other hand, subjugation of the B...
TO WHAT DOES IT AMOUNT [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 26 January 1900
TO WHAT DOES IT AMOUNT The County Newspaper and Its Influence. YOU ALL HAVE A SHARE IN ITS MAKE UP. If You . Help It to Prosper It Will ,.-• Be Vigorous and Help You Out. It has become a habit to say, "What do the county papers . amount to?" They amount to a great deal, and this would bo thoroughly realized if they were stopped. This is almost invariably the only thanks or words of appreciation the editor receives. How, then, can a country newspaper bo filled witji spicy news, interesting facts about our people, resources, or surroundings in general; or able editorials, when the appreciation of the reading public is at freezing point? . What is better for the young people's education than a country, newspaper? It contains information of importance regarding our mineral and agricultural' 'resources, comments upon the recent works of prominent authors, items from political circlts, notes of the nation's doings, and, in fact, everything after which the progressive should seek. Surely ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 26 January 1900
1 THE WHITE "HOUSE. ■ -....„... ,_ .__. ,.__ | There Are § PA Few Left Over i / I Not many, though, of those beautiful Capes cATAu^ut and Jackets we bought for the holiday trade. to any c one c close them out now at a large reducAPPLicATioN tion in price, and guarantee every garment in iltilii IH =^sss -s&amp;ssife We desire most particularly to direct your attention,, to our elegant and up-to-date stocky of Custom and Ready Made Clothing, Men's Furnishing J uoods, Boots and Shoes, on which we have put HARD TIMES PRICES. \^* Send for our catalogue, FREE. . . . We have received from the mills ten cases of Blankets arid 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, gi.so. . Special, $1.00. U are well selected with great care. We only handle first-class goods at popular prices I H A handsome illustrated Cloak Catalogue will be furnished, free. Given ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 26 January 1900
WE'RE SWEEPING OUT ♦ ■ ■ I ill M,j ! ,A ■ WINTER STOCK ~' M W V Special line of Underwear at cost. Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats, etc. Carpets and Matting, Furniture, Hardware, GrocerThe prices are^too small lo'' quote- call at the store and see; they will surprise you. —■-^GEORGE NEWMAN Main Street, Jackson — — — www^^ w w I New Stock Received q , Composed of all kinds of goods for Winter Wear — fj: Vicuna Wool Underclothing g" Ready-Made Garments for Ladies • Umbrellas — - — — - • BOOTS AND SHOES of the very latest style and • pattern. The best stock ever brought to Amador • county 5t • Fresh and new stock of • GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS ' • GLAVINOVICH &amp; PARKER • • CORNER COURT AND MAIN STREETS 9 Sunset Telephone « LAW AND ABSTRACT OFFICE AMADOR COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY \ . I -,- ,---..., ■ : — — ♦ The Only Set «f Abstract Books (Property System) in Amador County George I. Wright, Sole Owner Office;— Gordon Building, Courthouse Square, JACKSON. CAK'. &gt;i Pro...
ONE WEEK OF GREAT ACTIVITY AMONG THE LIVE MINING MEN [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 26 January 1900
ONE WEEK OF GREAT ACTIVITY AMONG THE LIVE MINING MEN New Shaft at the Wild-man-Mahoney. Abundance of Good Ore at the South Eureka. DEVELOPMENT WORK IN DRYTOWN SECTION The Lancha Plana Dredging PlantSuperintendent Changed at the :''■ Gwin Mine. Changes at the Gwin. i Superintendent F. F. Thomas of the Gwin mine resigned his position last week and has been succeeded by David McClure, who, since the early development of the mine, has been connected with the company and has held several responsible positions in it. For some time past. friends and relatives of Mr. Thomas have tried to persuade him to give up his position at the Gwin mine on account of ill health, and last week he sent in his resignation. Mr. Thomas has had important connections with the mine since it was first started. He was instrumental in getting the bond, and up to his resignation was recognized as the main promoter of the property. He is one of the most prominent mining men in this section and naught but .words of p...
JOINT INSTALLATION. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 26 January 1900
JOINT INSTALLATION. Boyal Arch and Free and Accepted Masons Raise Their Officers. Theofflcers/of Suitor Chapter, No. 11, Royal Arch Masons, were installed jointly with thoso of Henry Clay Lodge, No. 95. Free and Accepted Masons, at Sutter Crook' last Saturday evening, in the presence of a large number of members, visiting brethren and the ladies of Queen Esther Chapter, No: 71, Order Eastern Star. Following aro the officers installed into the respective chairs by Henry Clay Lodge, No. 95, Free and Accepted Masons, by Past Master John Lithgow, assisted by Past Master J. M. Post as Marshal: Worshipful Master— Webster Smith. Junior Warden — W. H. Burns. Secretary— H. Lehmann. Junior Deacon— W. G. Phipps. ' Marshal — j; R. Tregloan. Tyler— J. Jelmini. Senior Warden— J. M. Post. Treasurer — M. Brinn. Senior Deacon — H. J. Show. Chaplain — A. Trevarrow. Stewards —N. Hornberger, V. W. Norton. Past High Priest Frank A. Voorheis, assisted by Past High Priest J. M. Post, then installed the fo...
Horses Leave Their Driver [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 26 January 1900
Horses Leave Their Driver- Last Sunday William Arditto of the Newman Stable started for Valley Spring with the gray team of that stable in time to catch- the train. Everything went well until he was within four miles of his destination, when, without warning, both singletrees broke. This, frightening the animals, they sprang forward, dragging their driver over the dashboard and through the mud, which is very clayey for several feet. The lines were jerked from his hands and the horses were at liberty. They dashed down the road at a mad pace for one hundred yards or more before Arditto gained his feet. As he got up he shouted "Whoa!" and to his surprise the horses stood stock still and allowed him to re-hitch them to the vehicle, which he did with the aid of halterropes. In this way he reached Valley Spring and was on time for the train. Through the courtesy of the Berry Stable Arditto was enabled to get new singletrees and returned to Jackson without further mishap.
Death of Mrs. McWayne. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 26 January 1900
Death of Mrs. McWayne. About three weeks ago Mrs. H. A. McWayne of Drytown, went to San Francisco for medical treatment, but no relief was obtainable and on Saturday, January 20th, she breathed her last. She leaves a husband and two children, a son* twenty-one and a daughter eighteen years of age, to mourn the loss of a loving wife and mother. Deceased had been an invalid for some time, but was not considered in danger until about three weeks ago. Those who knew her speak In the very highest terms of praise of her innumerable good qualities and kind and loving disposition. She was a faithful and loving wife and an indulgent and fond mother. The body was taken from San Francisco to Sacramento, where the funeral was held last Tuesday. (::s•••
Southern Pacific Headquarters. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 26 January 1900
Southern Pacific Headquarters. The Office and Bureau of Informa : tion of the Southern Pacific Company during the International Exposition of 1900, in Paris, will be at No. 29 Boulevard dcs Italiens. Residents of States and Territories served by its lines are cordially invited to make its office headquarters for all information concerning steamship or railroad travel, or accommodations in Paris. Their letters may be addressed in care of the office. A directory of their Parisian addresses will be kept, and all persons desiring to avail themselves of the courtesies offered are requested to register. Vocal selections by Miss Matie Edyle Bowen. with "Greater America" Company, Webb Hall, January 31st, and February Ist. *