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Notice. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 5 January 1900

Notice. Jackson, January 2.— 1 iutend to leave for Alaska early in the season. All persons indebted to me are requested 'to settle before February Ist, as my unsettled accounts will then be placed in the hands of the collector.

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
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"Foi Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 5 January 1900

"Foi Sale. One Piano as good as new. . One 4-Horse-Power Engine with a 7-horso power boiler. One Clay and Gravel Worker, 1-horse power. One Derrick and hoisting outfit. ;'• V Dr. C. H. Gibbons^

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
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Grand Jurors Listed. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 5 January 1900

Grand Jurors Listed. The following Grand Jurors " were listed in the Superior Court to act during the year, 1900:, • ~t g Henry^Eudeyj! ?[ •iß.'jF^Taylbr Charles B. Harmon ": W. H. Kent WJlliam M; Psju-£ J?A. X3)lcnl&la J. A.. Bntternefd " s' E. H; Harrington J. W. Surface Henry N. Northup TiKhira BirtStlJ $ «WM£ip.istts D.McCall "* J. IlTHettren George Woolsey Albert Uhlinger J. H. Zumalt ' P. I. Jonas W. O. Green • ; P. A. Clute \ Joseph Pigeon John Lithgow E. B. Moore V. J. Cbicb^ola C. O. Mitchell Andrew Noce A. t,. Garbarini E. C. Voorheis Robert Curran _ Jackson Dennis E. S. Barney,. "| " Allen McWaj-ne .'j Lawrenae Burke'-.- | ; John E. Brown ' ' George Eastern Oliver Ball ,7, 7 V < v'~* I ~~ . . . ..

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
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Trial •"Jurors i Listed/ i ' m n _ f . _ [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 5 January 1900

Trial •"Jurors i Listed/ i ' m n _ f . _ Tho Board of Supervisors listed the following two hundred persons as- trial jurors during the year 1900: ; • ■ '- TOWNSHIP ONE. John Quirolo A. Perovich E. W. Kelley W. A. Courtright E. M. Hearst D. T. Kerr F. Mayer R. I. Kerr C. Marelia John Going E. Fink L. N. Keagle David Mattley C. M. Kelley N. Radovich J. D. Mason M. J. Plasse J. Huberty J. Strohm E. G. Turner J. H. Langhorst J. Holtz S. Williams L. Martell H. S. Tallon G. L. Thomas T. K. Norman F. A. Voorheis T. D. Madden S. Angove D. Boro D. Brown Thomas B. Greenhalgh Oscar Myers C. M Meek C. W. Hamrick L. Parker R. Rugne J. R. Dick M. Newman TOWNSHIP TWO. Harry Burris John Muldoon J. C. Jones M. Isaacs John Gregory James Norris ''. '\f Dan Fitzsimmons I. N. Chitwood Joseph Miller Robert Luous ■■ A.'A. Diebold- i ?,. } -?&. Child 5 5i ■ 1 L. T.Eaton > >*t ! O. E. Wadaell 5 P. J. Koch H. C. Kientz R. Lucas D. Pardoe P. Sherman M. Carbine G. Grauprer D. ...

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Notice to the Public. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 5 January 1900

Notice to the Public. Jackson, December 26.— Having acquired all the right, title and interest of James R. Dunlap in and to the City Pharmacy of Jackson, Gil., I hereby announce that I will assume all liabilities of the Him and will collect and receipt for all bills due the firm. *<;»*» To my many patrons and to the people of Jackson generally, I take pleasure in anuounc ing that the business thereof will be conducted in the future in the same careful, conscientious and painstaking manner it has been In the past. A competent graduate in pharmacy will be in attendance at all times, especial care being given to the compounding of prescriptions. Thanking the people ot Jackson for their good will, and especially thanking the patrons of the City Pharmacy for their trade in the past, and hoping to merit its continuance in the future, I extend to all the compliments of this joyful season, a fervent hope for a bright, a happy and a prosperous New Year. Sincerely, * Robt I. Kehii....

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Freeman's Drawing* [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 5 January 1900

Freeman's Drawing* Ticket No? 138,Vheld by Mrs. Samuel Harris, won the doll, and ticket No. 74, held by Mamie Tam^ won the. toilet set. "Soros's," tho new shoe for women, at Show's C»3U Stow, gutter Creek, n

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THE NEW YEAR MASK BALL [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 5 January 1900

THE NEW YEAR MASK BALL Large Number of Maskers in Attendance. LIST OF PRIZES AWARDED VARIOUS". MASKERS Those Who Were Present en Masque and the Costumes They Wore— A Gay Time. The Native Daughters grand masquerade ball on New Year night was the grand success tho committee in charge designed . it .to be. * The entire evening.' was: enjoyed by a large number of maskers and ' by many spectators. continued until a very iato hour in the morning and everyone went home^well pleased with the occasion. Quite a number of people were in attendance from adjoining towns and added their share to the evening's enjoyment. Following is the list of maskers: Ida Burbank, Night. Boe Sisters, Dominoes. Mrs. Fannie Uonnefoy, Laces., Jessie Hicks, Tissue Paper Maud Kerr, California and Nevada Pauline Dreudel.N urse Myrtle Clark. Popcorn Bena Cuneo, Dancing Girl Rose Angove. The Duchess . Mrs Annie VVeller, Aurora Miss Edith .limes, Night Lillie Le.uiin, Cupid Annie Mugford, Queen of Ferns . : Mrs Dauit'ls...

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Leg Broken at the – Gwin [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 5 January 1900

Leg Broken at the - G win • -A minor named Rabiotto had his leg brokon at tho Gwin mine yesterday. He was a carman on top, but whether his injury was caused while pursuing hladutfoi jho. Ledger, d.14 not heart

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CULLINGS FROM PINE GROVE [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 5 January 1900

CULLINGS FROM PINE GROVE Pine Grove, January 2.— The weather in this section has been great for ducks and gravel mines. The roads hore are in a deplorable condition, but, owing to the frequent rains, it would be a waste of money to attempt to repair them. Merhants of Volcano are paying freighters 1 cent a pound for hauling goods from lone, and very, few of the teamsters a'reTwilfingj to ti aul/evon at those figflrete. 1?J g is\s Manuel Santifero, while".atjirork in a ■gravel ' Claim the head •'6f Santa Clara gulch, .mot , with a. very. painful acefdont Monday. '"^Whrle other employes of tho claim wore pitching wood over an embankment, one of the pieces struck him on the leg, inflicting a very painful wound. It will be a number of days before Mr. Santifero will be able to resume work. C. B. Calvin, William Southard and Captain J. Miller are gulch mining in Calaveras county, near Railroad Flat. Clarence Bradshaw, the genial superintendent of the McLaughlin ditch, is kept busy these da...

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Tour Face [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 5 January 1900

Tour Face Shows the state of your feelings and the state of your health as well. Impure blood mokes Itself apparent in a pale and sallow complexion, pimples and skin eruptions. If you are feeling weak and worn out and do not have a health appearance you should try Aker's Blood Elixir. It cures all blood diseases where cheap sarsaparillas and so-called blood puriUers fail ; knowing this we sell every bottle on a positive guarantee. Sold by A. Goldner.

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• LONE-JACKSON RAILROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 5 January 1900

• LONE-JACKSON RAILROAD. Articles of Incorporation Filed at San Francisco—Work to Begin Soon. The mining towns of the Mother Lode in Amador county aro to have direct railroad communication with Sah Francisco. A railroad is to Ix. built from lone on the line of the Southern Pacific to Martell's Station, a distance of thirteen miles, from which branches will be run to Jackson and a point near Middle Bar, and to Plymouth via Suttcr Creek, Amador City and Drytown, in all a distance of thirty-five miles. The road is to be of standard gauge, sixty-pound rails being used, and will be constructed by a company specially formed in New York for that "purpose. NDavid Gutmann, the mining man of this city and Ainador county, is tho moving spirit in tho affair, but associated with him are E. Van Etten, general superintendent of tho New York Central, who will be president of tho Jackson, Sutter Crock and Amador Railway Company, and W. R. Woodard, vice-president and general manager of the Raudsburg ...

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Two Deaths. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 5 January 1900

Two Deaths. Domenicb Peseta 'died last' Thursday. Ho was taken sick Sunday before that and rapidly succumbed; to pneumonia. ' Andrew^ Pendo died at '" R. Rugne's restaurant in Jackson, Tuesday night, from the effects of pneumonia. His remains were buried at Jackson today, under thelauspices of the Austrian Society q{ which, bo was a rnornbor, -

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COUNTY DADS DID BUSINESS [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 5 January 1900

COUNTY DADS DID BUSINESS Ex-Assessor to Make County Maps. . GRAND AND TRIAL JURORS DRAWN FOR 1900 New Election Precincts Formed at Jackson and Sutter CreekBills Allowed. Board of Supervisors met in regular session this 2d day of Jan., 1900, and the following proceedings are had: Roll call. Present— A. B. McLaughlin," chairman; P. Dwyer, J. T. Clifton, M. Brinn, P. B. LeMoin. Minutes of last meeting read and approved. Following claims are examined and ordered paid: ■.'■■■> CURRENT EXPENSE FUND. . r'.: 1 . Vannie JL. HcLaughlin, board 'Of education :. $ 5 00 W H Greenhalgh, board of education ........ 5 00 Jus H Donnelly, expenses criminal actiou... 30 00 Will A Newcum, field b00k5. ... 30 00 Will A Newcum, job w0rk.... . 85 50 Fred B LeMoin, mileage 2 00 Goo A Gordon, b'rd of education 500 A B McLaughlin, mileage „ 3 00 Geo A Gordon, traveling oxp. . . 24 75 Wm. Going, janitor 5150 Capital Tel & Tel Co, telephone rental. 3 50 S. :G. Spagnoli, revenue and postag...

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The Jackson Gate Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 5 January 1900

The Jackson Gate Shooting. Investigation reveals the fact that the party at Cassassa's place, which broke up so unceremoniously New Year morning by tho attempted murder of Mrs. Cassassa and the sulclJo of Louis Cassassa, had completed a dance and gone to the bar to drink. Louis Cassassa hung back and refused to go up to tho bar, though repeatedly invited to do so. When the others had reached tho bar ho shot at the lamp in the room and hit tho ceiling. Ho then fired a second shot, which hit Mi's. Cassassa in tho arm, after which it entered tho baby's thigh. Tho fourth shot went through tho bar. The fifth penetrated tho shooter's brain and produced death. The suicide had threatened to take his own life many times sinco he came to this county about three years ago. Only a month ago he met a young man on tho road and told him he was going to ask the young man's sister to marry him and if she refused he would kill her and then suicided. Happy is the cook who uses Pioneer Flour; it's best...

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School Opening January 15th. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 5 January 1900

School Opening January 15th. W. J. Williams, principal of the Jackson School, wont to Amador City to spend tile holidays, and while there was prostrated by tho mumps. His condition is very satisfactory under the circumstances, but as it will bo wise for him not to go into the schoolroom, school will not be reopened until a week from Monday,

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YIELD OF GOLD FOR 1899 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 5 January 1900

YIELD OF GOLD FOR 1899 Experts Estimate the State's MINT OFFICIALS PREPARE PRELIMINARY REPORT Showing an Increase of Over One- : Half a Million Dollars Over the Product of 1898. S While it is yet too soon to expect a complete account of the value and distribution of the bullion product for 1899, Frank A. Leach, superintendent, and Charles G. Yale, statistician of the United States' Mint in this city, have prepared a preliminary statement, based on receipts at tho United States Mint and other bullion depositories on this coast, which shows that California produced in 1899 gold to the amount of $15,000,000 and silver $636,000. As in the previous year the " State on the same basis of estimate, only showed a product of $14,438,601 and silver $415,394, there has been an increase in 1889 of $561,406 in gold and $220,606 in silver, or a total of $782,012 for the year. This increase in the bullion product is somewhat unexpected in view of the record "dry year" through which the State has ju...

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House to Bent. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 5 January 1900

House to Bent. The Peiser residence on Court street is for rent. A desirable location for professional or business man; improved grounds; patent water-closet. Apply at this office.

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QUICKLY TOLD STORIES [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 5 January 1900

QUICKLY TOLD STORIES For all kinds of school supplies go to Free - man's General Variety Store.. * Gold, platinum and aluminum crowns. At Dr. W. Green's. Webb building. • E. 11. Harrington has a house belonging to Mrs. Muldoon on Kennedy Flat to rent. * Mrs. Gherke has reopened her night school and will reopen her day classes Monday. The watch-meeting New Year eve was well attended and heartily enjoyed by all who were present. Assaying, J5 cents for each mineral. MailIng envelopes free. McDill & Harper, Colorado Springs, Colo.' ti 1 » ? A house of Mrs. Muldoon on Kennedy Flat is to rent. Apply to E. H. Harrington at the Kennedy mine. ' * -. W. T. Cain and family are now nicely settled in their new homo In the Abramofsky bnilding, over Cain's Candy Factory. Come and take a swim in those large six-foot porcelain tubs at tho new bathrooms connected with the New National Shaving Psrlors, R. L. Mann, proprietor. » A. F. Peterson has a large stock of the very finest footwear p...

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Remembered the Unfortunates. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 5 January 1900

Remembered the Unfortunates. Father Moloney of Sutter Creek did not forget the patients at tho County Hospital on New Year day. Visiting tho hospital he took along with him a line box of Havana cigars, and all those who indulge in tho weed smoked and smoked to their hearts' content. Needless to say, that tho good father took along with him at his departure the blessing and thanks of overy patient in the County Hospital.

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Now Is the Ti;n [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 5 January 1900

Now Is the Ti;n To make your wife or swet-VisiiH '. present ol an ologunt set ot false tc-j;u, aitde on aluminum plateii. Or. W. F. Greou, \Vebb building*

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