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Fitzell-Weck. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 26 January 1900
Fitzell-Weck. On the 18th instant Mr. Lincoln Fitzell of Alvardo, Cal., and Miss Bertha Week of San Francisco were united in marriage at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Week, parents of the bride. The groom was for a few months last year connected with the City Pharmacy here, and made many warm friends, who unite with the Ledger in best wishes to Mr. and Mrs. Fitzell. The "Drummer Boy of Shiloh" with "Great Amerlcan"Company at Webb Hall January 81st . and February Ist. Jackson Band benefit, *
HAD HIS LEG TAKEN OFF [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 26 January 1900
HAD HIS LEG TAKEN OFF John Grelich Accidentally Shot Last Thursday. WAS HUNTING WITH HIS BROTHER AT THE TIME • heir Shotguns Struck Together and John's Fell to the Ground and v Was Discharged.' Another case of accidental shooting occurred last Thursday afternoon at the Grelich ranch,' near Willow Springs, John Grelich being the unfortunate one. ■ Ed Grelich and his brother, John, left their x home last Thursday afternoon with their shotguns to do a little hunting. They had proceeded^ probably a mile or so toward " the Fisher ranch, which adjoins) theirs, with but little success, and were carrying, their guns upon their ' shoulders with' the hammers up. They walked on,' Vodversing with each other, as they-yient, until within a short distance of ,, the Fisher residence, ; when the barrels of the guns met with such force as to wrench John Grelich &gt; gun from his shoulder and throw it to the ground. The fall broke the trigger-guard, released the trigger and sent a charge of sh...
C. A. Snow & Co. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 26 January 1900
C. A. Snow &amp; Co. Patent 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-live years practice has tho 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. -"■&lt;'.- • 11-17-2-19
THE PHILIPPINE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 26 January 1900
THE PHILIPPINE WAR. January 19. — Whether or not the Filipinos shall have independence is causing many heated arguments in Congress. — Medals are still being given to volunteers. — Filipinos are greatly discouraged and are kept moving by pursuing forces. January 20r — The plague., is held in check. — A pack train is ambushed ; by Tagalos. The Filipinos entrap Americans killing two and wounding five. . January 21. — Campaign in Luzon is highly successful. — The Navy Department has prepared a temporary tariff for Guam. — One hundred and fifty hospital corps men to be sent to the Philippines. — More ammunition is sent for the Marine Corps. January 22. — The Negros revolt was serious. The lost pack train was valuable. — Chapelle is requested to remove the friars. — General Bates will soon return to the Sulu Islands, as Otis fears his prolonged absence might cause an uprising. January 23. — Colonel J. M. Bell made a brigadier for his services in the Philippines. — American advance still ...
An Evening of Enjoyment. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 26 January 1900
An Evening of Enjoyment. Last Friday evening a number of young people gathered at the home of Miss Agnes Newman and from there proceeded in a body to the Lemin residence. Miss Lilly Lenjin, in whose honor the party was given, was greatly surprised, and for that purpose was the party given. Tho usual routine of games, etc., was gone through and the mirth of youth resounded J;hrough'the' house into the distant hours of night. The affair shows the appreciation of companionship of Miss Lemin by her numerous associates. She stands high in the estimation of her friends in the social circles of the young folks, and at all times is amiable and pleasing . . "Great American" Company at Webb Hall for two nights, January 31st, and February Ist. Complimentary benefit to Jackson Band and Musical Improvement Club. A midwinter entertainment of interest. Do not miss it. ' * .-.
Looks Like Railroad Soon. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 26 January 1900
Looks Like Railroad Soon. Landlord Eaton of lone was summoned as a° juror, and appeared promptly on Monday, but, owing to the fact that he expected a large force of railroad builders at his hotel, he was excused. We. understand that he had been requested by the contractor to provide rooms and rations for about thirty-eight men. This certainly indicates a movement at least at that end of the proposed line.
OLETA REBEKAHS. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 26 January 1900
OLETA REBEKAHS. Installation Held Saturday Afternoon—Visited Odd Fellows in the Evening. Olota Rebekah Lodge, No. 36, installed officers Saturday afternoon, January 20th, Annie L, Clark, District Deputy Grand President, officiating as installing officer, assisted by Grand Marshal Etta Harris, Grand Warden Matilda Deaver, Grand Secretary Ida Newell and Grand Treasurer Etta Neff. The officers installed follow: Noble Grand, Sarah Peyton. Vice-Grand, Ange Schroeder. Recording Secretary, Mary McCormick. . ' '-■• • ■. Treasurer, Ella Vennivitz. . Warden, S. Merrow. 'Conductress, Etta Neff. . Inside Guard, Ida Newell. Outside Guard, Mary Schroeder. Right Supporter to Noble Grand, Matilda Deaver . Left Supporter to Noble Grand, Mazy Knapp. Right Supporter to Vice-Grand, Ida Votaw.' Left Supporter to Vice-Grand, Laura Votaw. Chaplain, Ora Knapp. After the ceremonies were over, the members assembled in the banquet hall' where all did ample justice to a bountiful sprfead. At 8 o'clock in the e...
PLYMOUTH INSTALLATION. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 26 January 1900
PLYMOUTH INSTALLATION. Rebekahs Had a Good Time at the Installation January 18th. Officers of the Plymouth Rebekah Lodge were installed Thursday evenng, January 18, by Annie L. Clark, Deputy District President, as follows: Past Grand, Alice Norman. Noble Grand, Hattie Hattie Hinkson. Vice-Grand, Mary Scoble. Recording Secretary, Annie Doman. Treasurer, Eleanor Easton. Financial Secretary, Carrie Tiffany. Name of Warden not given. Outside Guard, S. K. Davis. . Conductress, Edith Coster. S Name of Inside Guard not given. Right Supporter to Noble Grand, Ella Wise. &gt; ; ; Left Supporter to Noble Grand, Nellie Currier. Right Supporter to Vice-Grand, Pollie Phillips. Left Supporter to Vice-Grand, Lillie . Chaplain, Elizabeth Coster.. The following excellent programme was carried out during the evening. Address Hattie Hinkson Duet. "Whispering Hope," Mrs. Tiffany and Mrs. Phillips Reading, "Why the Name RebekahY" rr&gt; Annie Doman Solo, "Our Dead Hero," ...Ella Wise Read...
REPUBLICAN MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 26 January 1900
REPUBLICAN MEETING. Executive Committee for Second Congressional District to Meet in Jackson. The. Executive Committee on Republican Organization, Second Congressional District, has decided to hold a meeting in Jackson on the evening of February 7th or Bth next. Full particulars will appear in the next issue of the Ledger. ;■'.'-. The meeting will probably be held in Webb Hall, and among the speakers likely to be present may be mentioned Hon. D. E. McKinlay, Hon. Judson Brusie and Hon. John F. Davis. . It is not expected that this meeting will have a vigorous support or the tumult and enthuiasm of meetings held in the thick of the campaign. As . a compliment from this committee pipes and tobacco will be provided for a social "smoker," to be indulged in by those who will remain after the speaking to assist in the club organization. It is the wish of the committee to avoid demonstration and merely hold a quiet meeting during which a few seeds will, we trust, be sown that will result i...
The Trial of Dr. Giles. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 26 January 1900
The Trial of Dr. Giles. The trial of Dr. J. H. Giles came up in the Superior Court last Monday morning, Judge R. C. Rust presiding. At Monday evening's session the last juryman was secured and the case opened with the following array of legal talent: For the prosecution, District Attorney Vicini, assisted by J. C. Jones of Sacramento; for the defense, William J. McGee, A. Caminetti and R. C. Bole. i - The trial is attracting great interest, the Courtroom being well filled . with spectators at each' session. It is thought that the case will continue the rest of this week and perhaps a day or two next. :■;
Seventy-one Years of Life. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 26 January 1900
Seventy-one Years of Life. John Huberty, accompanied by his wifo and children and sister, went over to San Andreas last Monday,' January 22, which was the seventy-first birthday of Mr. Huberty 's father, who is an honored and respected resident of San Andreas. It was a pleasant surprise to the venerable parent to . have his daughter and son and his family present on the seventy-first anniversary of his birth. Mr. Huberty is still hale and hearty and looks as though he might live to celebrate many more birthdays. ' He has spent, the last forty-six years of his life in California.
Gasoline Engine Installed. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 26 January 1900
Gasoline Engine Installed. John Strohn of the Jackson Brewery has tired of the inconvenience of the electric power he has used for the purpose of making ice and maintaining cold storage at his plant, and has had a twenty-five-horse-power engine made to take its place. The engine is of the gas or gasoline ' pattern, but uses a low-grade crude oil, which is inducted into the cylinder mixed with air and there exploded by an electric spark. The maker of the engine completed its installation yesterday and operated it several hours to "limber it up." Some time during the first of the coming week it will be operating the machinery at the brewery.
Epworth League Entertainment. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 26 January 1900
Epworth League Entertainment. The Epworth League of the M« E. Church has secured the best local talent to give a first class programme for the Valentine entertainment at Webb Hall, February 14th. • P. A. Voorheis has offered the use of the New National Hotel dining-room and dishes for the serving' of the supper. Tickets, including supper, 50 cents. The entire proceeds are to be applied to I Rev , P. A, Morrow 'a salary,
SURPRISE PARTIES [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 26 January 1900
SURPRISE PARTIES Are Amusing the Young People of Amador City. Ama"dor City, January 22. — Vannie L. McLaughlin is the guest of Miss Mayme Hornberger. . John Moon visited friends and relatives in town Sunday. Lucy Hinkson returned to Jackson Tuesday morning, after an extended visit with relatives in this city. . W. L. Croson has gone to the city for an extended visit. Mrs. Uren of Jackson is the guest of Mrs. James Blarney.' ..' ; ■ •_.•.-.., Robert Hinkson and I Harry Blarney visited Jacuson Sunday. Beatrice Blarney is visiting friends and relatives in Jackson, j /'.";. Willie Taylor and Arthur Palmer visited, in Sutter Creek Saturday. Jacob S. Clark of Sutter Creek spent Sunday in town. Thomas Bennetts and Miss Mabel Boden of Sutter Creek were over to a party Thursday evening. ■ 1 ' The young people, have been enjoying themselves by attending surprise parties during the last week. On Thursday night the .friends of John Beskeen gathered at the home of his sister,' Mrs. R. Bennetts,...