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The Bight Spirit. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 February 1900

The Bight Spirit. To George Jennings, Charles Chapman and others Is due the fact that Henry Jackson, who died yesterday, received care while sick and burial not at the expense of the county. Deceased was at one time a resident of Boulder Creek and was known there by Jennings as a man who was ever ready to lend a helping hand to those in need. He was also known in Santa Cruz. He has relatives in this part of the state. A subscription has been raised to defray tho funeral expenses,

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THE SUPERVISORS CONVENE [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 February 1900

THE SUPERVISORS CONVENE The County's Business Investigated. 1. 0. 0. F. LODGE ASKS FOR ftN IMPROVEMENT Warrant! to the Amount of Nearly $10,000 Cancelled By the Board. —More Saloons. Board of Supervisors met in regular session this sth day of February, 1900, and the following proceedings are had: Roll call, present— A. B. McLaughlin, chairman; P. Dwyer, J. T. Glifton, M. Brinn, F. B. LoMoin. ||£§§ Minutes of last meeting read and approved. Following claims are examined and ordered paid: ' . . CURRENT EXPENSE FUND. Capital Telephone and Telegraph Company, telephone M 00 W. H. Ryan, rebate taxes I 58 Mrs. C. Langhorst, hardware 3 65 W. S. Coombs, Justice's fees 12 00 (Jeo A. Grltton, Coroner's fees 31 00 Sunset Telephone and Telegraph Company, telephone Sheriff, Dec , '99 8 85 S. Williams, removing rubbish 1 00 Jnckson Gaslight Company, gas 15 75 Dr. E. E. Endlcott, Health Officer 50 00 Fred 6. Le Mom, mileage 2 00 A. Plccardo, freight 60 Amador Dispatch, printing — 68 00 P. Dwyer, Ju...

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THE PHILIPPINE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 February 1900

THE PHILIPPINE WAR. ■ February 1. — Preparations made for the burial of the remains of General Lawton.— Military operations in the Philippines are still successful. February 2. — The bodies of MajorGeneral Lawton, Major John A. Logan Jr., and Surgeon-Major Armstrong are conveyed to the special train and are being carried across the continent. February 3.— Shurman Commission favors territorial government. Method of conducting civil affairs in the islands outlined. — Transport Ohio arrives from Manila. Bodies of . 138 soldiers on board. Indiana and Hancock, which are expected soon, will bring 650 more. February 4.— Kobbe is making rapid war. in Samar and Leyte. Three fights with the insurgents. February 5. — Orders are made to open the Philippine ports. Otis puts an end to the blockade. General Young now serving as military governor of the province of northwestern Luzon. February 6. — At Takloban several fleeing non-combatants, among them three women, are slain by soldiers. Villagers ...

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DOCUMENTS RECORDED. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 February 1900

DOCUMENTS RECORDED. DEEDS. 0. Davidson et al. to A. Dufrene et ux— Land near lone; 1350. R. Webbet al. to J. P. Little— Lot 30 of lot 2, block2;*2Uo. \V. Mattley to D. Maltley— Land township 6; 11000. B. Gazzolo et ux to A. J. Coster— Lot 5, block 1, Plymouth; 1225. E. Muldoon et ux to W. F. Detert— Land in section 20; 1 10. \V. F. Detert to E. Muldoon et ux— Lands near Jackson; 1 10. John Rick to Mary Rick— Land in Amador county ; love and affection. Estate of Lydia Stacey to John Stiefel— Lot 70 of Arroyo Seco Rancho; 1 1 ISO. Mary Q. Crocker et al to Harden Pardoe et al. NWS and Ny of SWM of section 35, townships N,R9E;SIO. Sophia Mattley to W. Mattley— Land in section 30 township 8; taOO. MORTGAGES. W. Wheeler et ux to A. M. Brown— Land near Oleta;tfoo. J. O'Brien et al. W. H. McConnick— Rising Star quartz mine; $185. S. A. Phillips et ux to J. VV. Joses— Lots 3 and 4 in SEW of SW!< and lot 2 of NW« of section 18, township 6, R 10 E; *400. \V. Belderaln to A. L. Adams...

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House For Sale.—A Bargain. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 February 1900

House For Sale.— A Bargain. The undersigned offers her beautiful and commodious home for sale, either furnished or unfurnished. It is a handsome eight-room structure exclusive of bathroom and pantry, equipped with all modern improvements; gas in every room, hot and cold water, complete sewer system, patent closets, fine well in addition to hydrant water. Located on Broadway, not three minutes' walk from postotHce, express office and bank — an ideal location for a business man. Neatly kept lawn: an orchard just boginning- to bear, containing apple, pear, peach and fig trees. Large lot. Barn large enoug for two carriages, two horses and feed. Everything kept up in first-class shape. This is a bargain for any one in want of a good home. Terms, cash. Apply on premises. Mrs. E. B. Robertson, 2-9-lmo Jackson, Cal.

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Millinery! Millineay! [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 February 1900

Millinery! Millineay! A milliner from New York has rented part of the White House store and will soon be able to show the most magnificent line of stylish millinery that was ever kept in a first-class millinery establishment. Grand opening March ISljh, . frfc«

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COUNTY HAPPENINGS NOTED [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 February 1900

COUNTY HAPPENINGS NOTED Our Correspondents Send in Their Notes. THE FAMILY OF THE LATE R. ROGERS BENEFITED The Capacity of the Canyon Schoolhouse Has Been Increased.— Forest Home Items.

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FOREST HOME ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 February 1900

FOREST HOME ITEMS. The Weather Prevented Dancing Saturday Evening. Forest Home, February 7.— Lewis McCoy, who has been very sick fora month, is ablo to be around again, but he still feels very weak from his late sickness. H. O. Comstock and wifo have returned from their visit to relatives in Los Angeles county. E. D. Barney has removed, to Plymouth. He .has been living near Michigan Bar. There was to have been a dance in the hall last Saturday night, but, owing to the inclemency of the weather, the people were obliged to .remain at home. •Al Chatty and B. Fischer, who have been mining near Michigan Bar, havo returned home. There were religious services held at the hall last week. They wore conducted by Mr. and Mrs. Westlake,who are touring the country. It was quite a treat for the people around here, as they very seldom havo such opportunities. . G. D. Wirts and sons, Ed and Frank, were over from Mt. Pleasant Sunday to visit their folks. Mrs. J. D. McFarlano and daughter were visito...

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SOUTH JACKSON NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 February 1900

SOUTH JACKSON NOTES. Improvements Are In Progress at This - Camp. Now that the fog has cleared away and we are enabled to peer across the street and note the progress of our neighbors, 1 will jot down a few items pertaining to our quiot little village and its inhabitants'. Joseph DalPorto, of the DalPorto Hotel, Jackson, is improving his property by repairing- fences, cross, fencing and removing old sheds and other unnecessary buildings. Ho intends to reserve the large garden for his own use, leaving a largo plot in tho rear for the use of his tenants. He has one of the finest residences in the villago. W. J. Thomas has moved his family into the house recently occupied by D. Borro. Mrs. Julia McDonald is very low with consumption, and for some time has boon eonfinod to her bed. BpSg The sound of the wood-man's axe again breaks the stillness of this vicinity. ■ Amber Meek is engaged in falling trees and cutting ■ underbrush on the hill back of the Zeila mill. John Garbarini, who is l...

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AMADOR CITY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 February 1900

AMADOR CITY NEWS. The High-Class Entertainment Was Rendered Successfully. Amador City, Eobruary 6.— Mayme Thomas, who has boon in Sacramento for some time having her eyes treated, returned to her homo Saturday evening. ;■.: Josie Mooney spent Saturday and Sunday in Plymouth with her sister, Mrs. Arditto. Charles Haskins of Sutter Creek visited in Amador Sunday. Miss Burns of El Dorado is the guost of Mrs. C. T. Bartlett. ■ Misses Hattie Hinkson and Mayme Doman of Plymouth visited the former's parents in Amador last week. Mrs. Wildman and daughter, Mrs. McGee, were guests of Mrs. Thomas Chichizola Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Strickland, of Sutter Creek, are visiting their son, James Strickland. Jackson and Suttor Creek were well represented at the entertainment on Saturday evening. Miss Mary Bors and brother, Charles, visited Mrs. Esola last week. The beneficiary concert given [under the auspices of the A. O. F. on Saturday evening was a decided success both in the rendering of the programm...

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RESULTS IN DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 February 1900

RESULTS IN DEATH. Three Amputations Could Not Save the life of John Greilich. It becomes the Ledger's du,ty to chronicle the untimely death of John Greilich, a former correspondent of this paper from Willow Springs. Our readers will recall the fact that he was accidently shot near his home at Willow Springs on the 18th of Jan- - vary. -He, .with his two brothers, had been at work near their home during a portion of the day. They had taken their guns along to do a little hunting on their return in the evening. While on {he road ' home the unfortunate young man dropped his gun from his shoulder accidentally and it struck the ground in such a ■ manner that the gun discharged, the shot penetrating his leg near " tho ankle and shattering the bone. He was cared for by his brother who secured assistance and John was taken home and Dr. Norman was summoned. The wounded member was dressed but in a few days it was found that amputation was necessary; and that operation had to be performed a se...

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INTERESTING AND INSTRUCTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 February 1900

INTERESTING AND INSTRUCTIVE. Republicans Have A Gathering and Eloquent Speakers Address Them. Last evening a fair crowd assembled in Webb Hall, in pursuance to previous announcement that subjects of vital importance to our Nation would be touched upon by men of ability, capable of presenting the important matter logically and eloquently. The meeting was presided over by James E. Dye, the names of some forty or fifty citizens being read off as vfeepresidents. Hon. Judson Brusie of Sacramento, was the first spearker and he did the subject full justice. His remarks were well received by close listeners. Just before Mr. Brusie was introduced by Chairman Dye, the following telegram from Senator John F. Davis was read and elicited applause: - Sacramento, February 8, 1900. Mr. Judson Brusle, Jackson, Cal.: I send you greeting from the scene of battle, where we have elected a United States Senator. The party is everywhere militant and triumphant. Success to you tonight. - .-- • ■ JOHN F. DA...

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SUPERIOR COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 February 1900

SUPERIOR COURT. People vs J H Giles— Trial concluded Monday and submitted to jury. Jury unable to agree after being out over twenty hours. ' Central Eureka M Co vs Eliza Toman et al — Hearing on motion to strike out parts of complaint, motion to separate causes of action and demurrer had and submitted. B R Breese et al vs S G Spagnoli et al— Trial partially had; further hearing set for February 30th M Isaacs vs M Jones, guardian — Hearing on motion for attorney fee continued. Angelo Boro vs Thomas Chichizola — Argument on demurrer continued to February 24th. E Ginocchio et al vs John Juka— Motion to set cause for trial continued. Jefferson Goodwin vs P M Hocking — Trial, decree of foreclosure granted. A Ginocchio et al, trustees vs Anna C Schlcy — Defendant granted ten days to answer; trial set for February 19th. Estate of W H Turner-Order to sell real estate; order to sell personal property. Estate of William Wadge— Order appointing Elizabeth Wadge administratrix upon tiling bond o...

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Good Chance For Splendid Investment. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 February 1900

Good Chance For Splendid Investment. The Turner estate property in Sutter Greek has been ordered sold by the Superior Court .to the highest bidder.The property consists of the lots on the North side of Main street, between Moore's hotel and Katz's jewelry store, and extends back to Boston street.. There are six buildings on the lots and they bring.in a rental of $70 per month. The property is appraised at $4250, but ought to bring more money, as at that figure it earns over 1$ per cent, per month interest. Bids will be recoived orally or in writing by tho attorney of the estate, William J. McGee. February 9-2t

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 February 1900

BORN. -. GLASS— At Jackson Gate, February 8, lOttl, to Mr. and Mrs. George Glass, a daughter. MUGFORD— At Kennedy Flat, February 7, 1900, to Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Mugford, a daughter. DIED.' GREILICH— Near Willow Springs, Amador county, Thursday, February I, IOUU. John Greilich, aged 3-." years, a native of California. JACKSON.— In Jackson, February 8. 1900, Henry Jackson, aged 69 years and 11 months, a native ol Hemcrfort, Norway. Santa Cruz papers please copy. HeCaU's Magazine. Sample copies of McCall's Magazine at the Ledger office, without money and without price. Step In and ge{ one. First come, first served, * . :

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A FEW SCIENTIFIC NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 February 1900

A FEW SCIENTIFIC NOTES The Explosive Force of Gun Powder. THE SEVERAL METHODS OF ROCK-DRILLING An Interesting Paragraph on Specific Gravity of Solids. How to Obtain It. Gun powder has an explosive force of about eighteen tons per square inch, when confined. In ordinary quarrying or blasting, a cubic yard of solid rock in place, requires from one-quar-ter to three-quarters rock; tho requirements vary from one to two pounds to tho cubic yard. Tunnels and shafts where the resistance of the confining walls overcomes, a largo part of the force exerted from two to six pounds aro required to break a cubic yard. It is usual to allow about one and one-forth pounds of powder to each foot in depth of a two-inch drill-hole. A four-inch hole requires five pounds to each foot in depth for effective breaking up of the surrounding rock. These figures apply only to gun powder, and not to other high explosives. ROCK-DRILLING. Holes for blasting aro usually made from two to four feet deep, and may be ...

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'A Point of Resemblance. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 February 1900

'A Point of Resemblance. They wero dancing. The music was heavenly. The swish of her silken skirts was delightful. Tho fragrance of the roses on her bosom was almost intoxicating, "Ah, "she said, looking up into his face and smiling sweetly, "you remind me of one of Whitman's poems!" A suddon dizziness seemed to siozo him. It was as if he were floating along in a dream. When he could catch his breath to speak, ho asked: "Which one?" "Oh, anj one!" sho replied. "The feet aro all mixed up in all of them." Chicago Times-Herald.

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How Woman Was Hade. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 February 1900

How Woman Was Hade. A small boy tn the mission Sundayschool of Bishop Fallow's church propounded an entirely new theory of creation last Sunday. "Who made man?" asked the teacher, beginning: as in the good old days when orthodoxy used cateehinns. "Cod, " was tho prompt reply. "And how did he make him?" "Out of dusl, ma'am ; nothing but dust." "And who made woman?" "God made her, too, ma'am." "How?" ■;£."£ Tho small boy hesitated, and then replied cheerfully; "He caused a deep sleep to fall upon man and then took out his backbone and made the woman." — Chicago Inter Ocean. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve is unequalled for piles. Injuries and skin diseases. It is the original Witch Hazel Salve. Beware of ail counterfoils. City Pharmacy. * A. F. Peterson has the finest line of footwear iq Amador county, »

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PROFESSOR W. A. MORSE [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 February 1900

PROFESSOR W. A. MORSE He Lectures on Liquid Air and Is favorably Received. Professor W. A. Morse of the Department of Chemistry of tho Detroit High School, Michigan, is becoming a very prominent figure in the scientific circles of tho East. Since tho introduction of liquid air Professor Morse has availed himself of every opportunity to advance in that branch of science. Nearly three years ago ho left Amador City, this county, after two successive years of principalship in tho grammar school of that place, whore ho was offered another term, but, with an eyo to financial betterment and a more oxtensivo knowledge of his favorite study, chemistry, ho wisely acceptod tho position ho vow holds and which was then open to him. He was considered an educator of remarkable ability, and in this respect ho was not flattered. Either during or out of school he was always ready and willing to aid his pupils. He would mingle with them in their games and enjoyed watching them at play. He placed great...

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