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CALAVERAS COUNTY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 2 February 1900
CALAVERAS COUNTY. Angels Record: In Old Woman's Gulch, about two miles from Mokelumne Hill, a long tunnel has just been completed, the work having been in progress for several months. The channel having been found at a depth of 150 feet. This tunnel will drain the water of the mammoth gravel channel under the ridge from Happy Valley, a distance of two and one-half miles. Evidonce of an unlimited amount of virgin. gold has been found in the riverbed, and a 20-statnp mill will be put up, soon, as : tho material for it is already ordered. . An Angels Camp dispatch of the 21st inst. says that a . valuable find was made last Wednesday week by J. C. Rasberry of this place. The find is an asbestos mine with a ledge of extensive proportions. Samples of the .raw material have betn sent to an Ohio firm, which have pronounced it of a quality equal to any yet found. The fiber of the mineral is short, but valuable for commercial purposes. Preparations are being made for an immediate opening of t...
TUOLUMNE COUNTY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 2 February 1900
TUOLUMNE COUNTY. Independent: The old Bonanza dump, on Piety hill, is being hauled to the company's mill and crushed, and good results are reported. This is the property where over a million dollars have been taken out in former years. The dump was always thought to* be rich and the test is now being made. Sonora Democrat: Pumps of larger capacity are being installed at j the Draper mine. . . . '■ The main shaft at the Providence is down 650 feet and still sinking. The mill on the Mt. Jefferson will be started up the latter part of next week. The 3-compartment shaft on the Rhode Island, an' extension of the Mt. Jefferson, has reached a depth of 75 feet. Superintendent Carlon has sent in an order for a double hoist of 70 horse power. ~=y- .:*;'. Sinking at the ' Mississippi, ; which was commenced on':the 12th inst., 'is continued without a hitch. The old 30-foot shaft, which was quite harrow, has t&gt;een widened out and is being carried down- at the uniform size of sxll in t...
C. A. Snow & Co. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 2 February 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-five years practice has the 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. __^__^__^_ U-17-2-19
Progressive Sonora. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 2 February 1900
Progressive Sonora. The Union Democrat of Sonora, Tuolumne county, states that the citizens of that thriving town have organized to better tho city; to do good. The Constitution adopted is preceded by the ■ following, which clearly and fully sets forth the purposes of the organization: "For the purposes of promoting the general welfare of our city, and to secure harmony and concert of action, together with the practical benefits to be derived from personal acquaintance and friendly association, and in order to consider and discuss subjects of interest to tax-payers, and especially to foster and encourage by education, agitation, and legislation the enactment and enforcement of laws and ordinances that will give us clean and wholesome streets, proper supervision and regulation of all public utilities, and facilities for higher education, and to suppress nuisances, immoral as .well as material, an association of the citizens of the City of I Sonora has been formed."
Bather * Discouraging. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 2 February 1900
Bather * Discouraging. For several weeks our liverymen have made more money without business than with it ; that is to say, they have lost money every time they have sent out a team. The abominable condition of the roads has caused them no end of worry and expense. Not long since Mr. Newman sent. a team and driver to lone, and instructed him to bring back a few sacks of barley. En route home he actually pulled his vehicle in two and came 'in with the horses and harness. Mr. Newman then hitched to a stout buckboard and went himself for the load that had been left in the mud. He loaded up and started for Jackson, but had not proceeded far before the hind wheels and fore wheels of the buckboard were divorced. He had mot the same fate that befell his driver — he- had pulled his wagon in two. Other liverymen of the county have had similar and even worse things to contend with.
The Valentine Entertainment. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 2 February 1900
The Valentine Entertainment. : The Jackson Epworth League is endeavoring to prepare a first-class valentine entertainment to be given in Webb Hall the evening of the 14th instant. At the close of the entertainment the New National Hotel diningroom will be opened and a delightful repast will be in order. The Epworth League is making every possible effort to keep up the saiary of the pastor. * At the entertainment there will be a valentine booth, and valentines may be purchased from one cent to fifty cents each. In another part of the hall a postoffice will be conducted. Valenentincs delivered without extra charge. The programme will be published next week. Tickets, to. both entertaimont and supper, fifty cents.
To the Deaf. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 2 February 1900
To the Deaf. A rich lady, cured of her Deafness and Noises in the Head by Dr. Nicholson's Artificial Ear Drums, has sent £1,000 to his Institute, so that deaf people unable to procure the Ear Drums may have them free. Apply to Department A The Institute, 780, Eighth Avenue, New York, U. S. A.
Annual Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 2 February 1900
Annual Meeting. The regular annual meeting of the shareholders of the Carrara marble quarry of Amador county, will be held on Monday, February 12, 1900, at the office of the company, 628 Montgomery street, 2d floor, room 12, at 3 o'clock p. m., San Francisco, California, for tho purpose of electing a Board of Directors for the ensuing year and for the transaction of other business that may come up before the board. • C. DONDERS, Secretary. Office of company, 628 Montgomery street, 2d floor, room 12, San Francisco, Cal. ■ 2-2-16
NEWS FROM CANYON. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 2 February 1900
NEWS FROM CANYON. Many Items of Interest Jotted Down For -.:•:.' Our Readers. Canyon, January 29.— Like most every one in tho State, we are enjoying(?) the foggy weather, and it is making itself quite at home, remaining with us most all day, making the outside world most disagreeable and cold. Last Saturday night a social dance was given in Brindupkey's Hall, and was well attended. Rumor has it that every one enjoyed themselves. John Dohman, our former mill man and his family, will bid farewell to Canyon in a few daysA In their honor, a, farewell ball will be given on the night of February 3d in Brindupkey's Hall. Music will be furnished by Granger's Orchestra of Plymouth. The friends of Mr. Dohman and family will miss them very much, and wish them good luck in their new home. James Dohman has returned to Canyon after his visit to Jackson. Mrs. Ernest C. Zerres is visiting friends in Sacramento. Lionel Sturman is in Portland, Or. Mrs. George Fisher of Sacramento, was the guest of Mr...
AMADOR CITY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 2 February 1900
AMADOR CITY NEWS. Doings of the People .of the County's Name-sake. Mrs. T. Lemin and daughter, Miss Lillie, were guests of Mrs. James Bennetts last week. '"' '/' Misstillie Orchard has been visiting Mrs. Chichizola. John and Edith Goldsworthy t accompanied by their friend, Miss Emma Little, visited in Amador Sunday. Harry Blarney is visiting relatives, in Jackson. '^Jt'i Mr. and Mrs. Ed Peters returned to. their homo here after an extended trip to the southern part of the State. Walter Clark of Placerville, is the guast of Mrs. Fred Blarney. Mrs. Stout of Kennedy Flat, is the guest of Miss Tierney. Mr. Frank Reaves, one of Amador's barbers, is spending a few days in Sacramento. During his absence his son, Sim, and Leroy Croson are attending to the business. Florence Taylor and Glendora Burns spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. W. S. Williams in Jackson. Madgo Hinkson visited in Plymouth last week: . Church services throughout the.week as usual. Sunday morning thome, "A Winning Race;...
HOW HE WAS SHOT. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 2 February 1900
HOW HE WAS SHOT. Correct Statement of the Accidental Shoot- ing of- John Greilich. Willow Springs, January .31, 1900:— The Ledger . was somewhat misinformed in its last weeks' issue of the accidental shooting of John Groilich on January 18th of this place. John and two of his brothers, Henry and Ed, engagod in building or repairing fence on their ranch about ono-hulf mile from homo, thinking they would complete their job of work at an early hour in the afternoon, . John and Ed concluded to take their shot guns and try and bag some quail. They proceeded to the Fisher farm and there did some shooting. About chore-time they started for homo and were within a mile of their destination, carrying their guns on their shoulders, when John's gun slipped from his hand and fell backward to tho ground, breaking the rebounding lock and causing its discharge. The shot took . effect in one of tho young man's legs, four inches above the ankle. His brother Ed using two handkerchiefs, put on a compre...
THE PHILIPPINE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 2 February 1900
THE PHILIPPINE WAR. January 26. — The soldier dead from the transport Peking landed at the Presidio.— Gold to pay soldiers has been sent to Manila on the -Pennsylvania.—Last concentrated force of Filipinos scattered, but there is danger of bloody feuds between soldiers and natives. January 27. — A plan ' has been made to rescue Agunialdo. Hongong Junta would send launches to Luzon, but the necessary papers are refused them by Consul Wildman. War ships Baltimore and Wheeling detailed to prevent any attempt to take the rebel chief to Singapore. ' . January 28.— Funeral services of Commander James W. Carlin held with full military honor.— Army and Navy orders issued. January 29. — War sonsidered near its close. But few more points to be gained. Filipinos wander around the '• hills in small bands. January 30.— Slight skirmishes around Taal. — It is said that a proclamation will be issued giving tho Filipinos sixty days to lay down their weapons. After that all found' in arms will be tre...
Crushed Under the Wheel. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 2 February 1900
Crushed Under the Wheel. . The little seven-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Battestini (with other children) w&amp;j at play in front of her home on Broadway about 4 o'clock last Sunday afternoon, - when one of the Standard Electric freight wagons, loaded with baled hay, came along. Tho children, eager for a ride, hung on to various parts of the vehicle, as is the unfortunate custom of children the world over, just to be jogged along a rod or two. The little girl in question lost her cape, and while trying to recover it before the wagon wheel ran over it, lost her balance and fell in front of the wheel. She scrambled to get out of the way and did succeed in part, thus escaping, probably, instant death. But, alas! she was caught; her left arm being crushed above the elbow ; and the instep of one foot crushed." Dr. Lonigo was called and attended to the little sufferer. The child, we understand, is a cripple, and doubtless this hampered her movements when trying to escape the...
QUICKLY TOLD STORIES [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 2 February 1900
QUICKLY TOLD STORIES A superior quality of footwear at Peterson's* The Coffee House in the Webb building, has a nobby new sign. If you want an easy, stylish and durable shoe, buy of Peterson. • • 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. • .- A house of Mrs. Muldoon on Kennedy Flat is to rent. Apply to E. H. Harrington at the Kennedy mine. * Let it be known In Gath that the sun struggled throngh the fog for a few moments on Wednesday last. The ttrst streak of sunshine for many days. The team that hauls Strohm's light Brewery wagon, took a canter down the Kennedy grade one evening this week. The driver had left the team unhitched, as usual, to deliver beer to a custome r, and the horses went home on the run. A. F. Peterson has a large stock of the very finest footwear possible to be secured. He is selling at marvelously reduced prices for cash. Call and examine goods and ...
Railroad Material. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 2 February 1900
Railroad Material. It will 'be interesting, at least, in view of the now assured coming of the railroad .to Jackson, and other towns of Amador- county, to know something of the vast quantities of material that will be required to build this road. After tho road bed is graded, about which we may give some facts later, it will require 25,344 ties (calling the distance twelve miles). These are usually eight and one half feet long, seven inches thick and nine .inches on the ■ face, or upper surface, in width. The standard gauge is four feet, eight and one-half inches; that -is, the rails are that distance apart. The ordinary length of the Bessemer steel rail is thirty feet. It will take about 100 tons to the mile, or 1200 tons to lay a single track from lone to Jackson. The average life of steel rails is about fifteen years. It takes about 11,380 spikes, or three tons per mile, or thirty tons for a single track to Jackson. ■&lt; O'-.'-.'.V: These are but a few of the many and va...