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ACTIVITY IN MINING [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 2 March 1900
ACTIVITY IN MINING There is more activity all along the mother lode in this : county than for many years previous. It has been demonstrated beyond cavil by the Kennedy M. and;M. Company, -under- ; the efficient management of Supt. J. F. Parks, that deep mining will pay in this district, and in future but little if any "gophering" will be done here. To be sure deep mining requires large capital, but that will be forthcoming in time. In fact, the success of the Oneida alone will doubtless bring, hundreds of thousands, if not several millions, of working capital into this district. Hon. F. X. Schoonmaker, the gifted lecturer aud newspaper man of Plainsfield, New Jersey, delivered one of his seven lectures on China, "China, the Shadow of the World," at Love's Hall, Tuesday evening, reference to which appears in our local columns. The following day Mr. Schoonmaker accorded the editor of the LEDGER an interview during which he entered freely into the discussion of the Chinese people, refe...
AMADOR CITY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 2 March 1900
AMADOR CITY. An Interesting Wedding Took Place Last Sunday Horning. George A. Gordon, County Superintendent of Schools, visited Amador Tuesday. Fred Sugdcn, formerly one of Amador's young men, is up from Oakland on a visit with relatives. Mrs. -Bowden of Sutter Crook, was the guest of: Mra. 11. Bennetts this week. Mr. Caroline v- the guest of Mr. John A. Bennetts. Herman Williams spent Saturday with friends in Amador City. The entertainment given by the Ladies' Aid la.-st Friday evening was a marked success. At an early hour the hall was crowded and the people were anxiously waiting for the first number. Following Is the programme as rendered: • Batcbet drill .... Eight Young Ladies Tableau Duet ..Lillie Setzer and Beatrice Blarney Recitation Laura Case Solo Miss Daisy Fox Some reasons why Amador's young people have never married 5010.... •. L. B. Mallory Pantomine Solo J. B. Warren Recitation ...Emma Little Solo ; L. B. Mallory Recitation Laurel Lathleen Solo Miss Lola Parker Gues...
SHENANDOAH VALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 2 March 1900
SHENANDOAH VALLEY. A Grand Reception and Sinner the Social Event of the Week. Shenandoah Valley, Feb. 28. 1900.— Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Wheeler gave a largo recoption and dinner last Saturday, the occasion being their golden wedding. The afternoon passed pleasantly and the shades of evening were falling ere the guosts had departed with congratulations to the happy couple, with whom time has dealt so gently. Many gifts were received by Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler as tokens of the regard in which they were hold. Those present were: Mr. James Wheoleiy Mrs. Julia Downey, Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Wheeler and children, Arthur Wheeler, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wheeler and daughter, Misses Mamie and Mabel, children of Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler; Ilov, ani) Mrs, Darling, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brown, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Davis, Mr.and Mrs. James Rickey, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Train, Mr. and Mrs. J. Sallee, Mrs. L. J. Easton, Mrs. H. C. Farnham and grandaughtor, Oleta; Mrs. Worley, Dry town; Mr*. 11, Yanderpool, Mrs. Coloma Thoma...
PLYMOUTH NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 2 March 1900
PLYMOUTH NOTES. Amador City and Flymouth Baseball Clubs Flay on the Latter'i Grounds. Plymouth, February 28, 1900.— Last Thursday, Eebruary 22, Mr. George Noo and Miss Maggie Norman were united in marriage by Judge Blower. The ceremony took place at the residence of the bride's brother, Dr. W. A. Norman. • r ' '. B. R. . Breese of Jackson, passed through Plymouth last Saturday on hfs way to Shenandoah. He attended the golden wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler, well known citizens of Amador county. A Bible class was . organized Tuesday night at the M. E. Church by Rev.'C. Darling. Mr. md Mrs. Louis Jones of Jackson were in town Sunday. Baseball game was held here Sunday between the Amador club and Plymouth club. Plymouth was not only defeated but one of its noted players, John Tippets, received a black eye. The Ladies' Aid Society are preparing to give a New England Supper March Bth. Mrs. Clarence Best and little daughter, Hazel, of Latrobe are visiting relatives in this place. Miss Emm...
FROM AUKUM. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 2 March 1900
FROM AUKUM. Young People Enjoy the Social Hop at Oleta. Aukum, Feb. 27, 1900. Blanch Golflnet, who is very ill, Is improving slowly. Quite a nunioer of the young people attended the dance in Oleta last Friday night and reported a very good time. Miss Sadie Wrigglesworth, who has spent tho past two months with relatives in Plymouth and Amador City, has returned tp her homo and resumed her duties In the storo and post office. James Brown of Oleta was seen here last week. The new road between Aukum and the river was completed last week. Ben Nickley of Pigeon Creek, met with quite a sad accident a few days ago. While doing some blasting ho held a small bucket of powder In his hand. In some way a spark flew into the powder causing it to burn his hand, arm and face severely. In trying to extinguish the flame parts of the flesh was torn from his arm. George Randolph, who has been in bed with tho measles, is abls to be out Louis Seoly has gone to Shenandoah Valley to do some ploughing. Klon...
Young Mothers. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 2 March 1900
Young Mothers. Croup is the terror of thousands of young mothers, because' its outbreak is so agonizing and frequently fatal. Shiloh's Cough and Consumption Cure acts like magic in cases of Croup. It has never been known to fail. The worst cases relieved immediately. Price, 35c ( 50c and fl. For sale by A. Goldner, the Druggist*
Bouse For Sale-A Bargain. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 2 March 1900
Bouse For Sale -A Bargain. Tho undersigned offers her beautiful and commodious home for salo. 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 frpm ppstpttico, express office and bank —an Ideal location for a business man. Neatly kept lawn: an orchard just beginning to bear, containing apple, pear, peach and fig troes. Large lot. Barn large enough 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 homo. Terms, part cash. Apply on premises. . Mrs. E. B. Robertson, 2-9-lmp Jackspp, Cal.
Estray Notice. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 2 March 1900
Estray Notice. T^kea up jit my ranch on the South Fprk pf Jackson creek, three miles from Jackson, somotimo during the fall of J897, one bay mare, aged about three years. No marks. The owner can have same by proving ownership and paying expenses, including cost of this notice. John Ratto. Feb. 16-5t
S. P. RELIEF.DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 2 March 1900
S. P. RELIEF. DEPARTMENT. WUI Be Established For the Welfare of Bailroad Employes. The following circular" lotter just Issued by President C. P. Huntington fully explains the plan, its benefits, etc. : Southern Pacific Company, Executive Office 23 Broad street, New York, February 15, 1900 —On March 1, 1900, a department of the company's service, to be known as the Relief Department, was established and placed in the executive charge of Mr. A. F. Hess, as Superintendent, . with headquarters at San Francisco, Cal., whose directions in carrying out its regulations are to be complied with, subject to the control of an Advisory Committee composed of representatives of the employes and of the company. The object of this department is the establishment and management of a fund, to bo known as the Relief Fund, for the payments of definite amounts to contributing employes who, under the regulations, shall be entitled to relief when they are disabled by accident or sickness, and, in the event...
SUPERIOR COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 2 March 1900
SUPERIOR COURT. E. Ginocchio &amp; Bro. vs. John Juka et al— Case set for trial on March 17th. J. Q. Horton vs A. Adams et al— Motion to dismiss appeal granted. A. Boro vs Thos. Chichizola— Argument on demurrer continued to March 24th. Chas. Boro to Mary Turner, executrix—Argument on demurrer set for March 3d. Chas. G. Haskin vs James Klrkland— Action to quiet title on Niagara Quartz Claim in Amador mining district. Trial had. Judgment for defendant. Guardianship of Chas. A. Peseta, minorGuardian appointed. Estate of Lydia Stacy— Decree settling final account and distributing estate. Estate of Wm. Wadge— Decree setting aside homestead to widow. Estate of Daniel McKay— Final discharge of administrator. Estate of Thomas W, Kelly— Final discharge of administrator. ' - Estate of P. Stragozzi— Final discharge of administrator. Estate of John Hockinsmlth— Final discharge of administrator. Estate of F. M. Ross— Final discharge of administrator. Estate of Caesar Burger— Decree settl...
Many, a Lover [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 2 March 1900
Many, a Lover Has turned with disgust from an otherwise lovable girl with an offensive breath. Karl's Clover Root Tea purifies the breath by its action on the bowels, etc., as nothing else will. Sold for years on absolute guarantee. Price 25c and 50c. For sale by A. Goldner, the Druggist. •
Repeatedly Warned. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 2 March 1900
Repeatedly Warned. I The Ledger is informed by B. F. Taylor, foreman of tho Zoila mine, that boys have" been repeatodly warned about playing in or near the saw mill, but no attention was paid to the warning. It remained for a pitiful accident to occur before the youngsters would desist from their play about the mill.
For Sale—Cheap. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 2 March 1900
For Sale— Cheap. A number of surgical ■ instruments all in good condition, to be "sold collectively or by the piece. Also a Tiemann Amputating case. Inquire of Mrs. E. B. Robertson, Jackson, Cal. 3-2-tf. Got your measure taken for a fine $10 suit, at the White House. 2 23-tf Fifre thousand spring samples of clothing, the latest patterns, on exhibition at the White House. 2 23-tf Give us dally some GOOD BREAD— Pioneer flour makes the best. * • * . Acker's English Remody will stop a cough at any time, and will cure the worst cold in twelve hours, or money refunded; 25 cents and SO cents. Sold by A. Goldner.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 2 March 1900
NEW TODAY. i Ar — 111 i Peterson's t } Shoe Store J • • t You get the best mater- i I ial. The best fit. The ? i lowest price. The finest J ) stock of footwear in the ) J county. Rockbottom fig- J ; ures at all times. J } ) J A. F. Peterson, J » *8-M Webb Building, Jackson. • •^•^■•^•^••■^•^•■^-•-**» Notice of Hearing of Petition For Probate of Will. In the Superior Court of the County of Amadpr, Shite of California. In the matter of the estate of Elizabeth J.. McWayne. deceased. XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TJIAT SATXS urday. the 17th day of March, 1000, at 10 o'clock, a. m , of said day, and the Court-room of said Court House in the town of Jackson, County of Amador, State of California, have been appointed as the time and place pf prqving the will of sqtil Elizuheth J. i|oWa.yne, deceased, and fop hearing the application of Edna M. MoWayne, for the issuance to her of letters testamentary thereon. Witness my hand and seal of said Court this •26th day of February, 1800. C. L. CULBERT, B...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 2 March 1900
BORN. HARRINGTON— In Jackson. February 28. 1000, to Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Harrington, a daughter. MARRIED. CARROLL— ROBERTS— At the home of the bride, the " New Central House," Plymouth, Amador county, Cal., February 19, 1800, by Rev. C. H. Darling, Mr. Robert N. Carroll of Novia Scotia, and Mrs. Annie Roberts of Plymouth, Cal. HUDDLESON— TALBOTT— At the M. E parsonage, Jackson, Cal. February 23, 1000, by Rev. F. A. Morrow, Mr. William L. Huddleson to Miss Edna H. Talbott, both of Sutter Creek. . PRATT— AMICK— At lone/ February 2S, 1900, at the home of the bride, Mr. Samuel Pratt of Amador City, to Miss Effle Amick of lone. DIED. LEWIS— At Nevada City, Tuesday, February 27, 1900, Mrs. Jane Lewis, aged about M years, a native of England. A daughter of the deceased. Sirs. T. J. Seymour, is a resident of Jackson. BUTTERFIELD— At Jackson, February 28, 1800, John Alfred Buttertield, aged about 72 years, a native of Now Hampshire. MCDONALD— At South Jackson, March 1, 1900, Mrs. Julia McDonal...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 2 March 1900
LIVE BUSINESS HOUSES. | Complete | New Stock Received Q. , Composed of all kinds of goods for Winter Wear 1 1 Vicuna Wool Underclothing J Ready-Made Garments for Ladies • Flannelettes • BOOTS AND SHOES of the very latest style and O pattern. The best stock ever brought to Amador. Q Fresh and new stock of •| GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS • GLAVINOVIGH &amp; PARKER *£ CORNER COURT AND MAIN STREETS W Buiuet Telephone . : : ' :;&gt;: MISCELLANEOUS. IN CASH PREMIUMS ARE BEING OFFERED BY ' Tlb-e ClrLCin.rLa.ti DSrLci \xixer . :; Nearest Correct Guesses on the Population of To be reported by the U. S. Census Bureau for 1900 &lt; &gt; The first census of the United States was'&lt; &gt; :••_■• ' ' taken in 1810. Since then every succeeding ♦■ ' &gt; ten years The result of each census has &lt; &gt;:&gt;,' ' ► been as follows: - ■ - &lt; .\, * Year- Population Year. Populat ! ! 5*11133111 ; ; "20 " " s'ellm 186...