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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 25 May 1900

The Amador Ledger. Established November i, 18:55. OIL IN CALAVERAS COUNTY t He Nearly Perished In the Mountains. lEN TRUCKS IRE BACKED OFF THE TRACK Death of Joseph Carley, the First Jus tice of the Peace In Tuolumno County. CALAVERAS COUNTY: Prospect. San Andreas. May Ifl, HUM. _„.,•.,?. Tbe Manuel Lumber Company, oper ating near the Big Trees, - this week commenced the ' purchase of quite an extensive tract of heavily timbered land on the upper San Antonu. The land in question comprises 480 acres, of which 160 acres was, purchased of H. G. Allen of San Andreas,' and 'the other 330 acres was, the property, of Ellen Templeton. Tho purchase was made for the timber and will be a sufficient quantity to insure a supply for the mills of tho company for some years. The timber is all of the finest and is well located for lumber oper ations. Last Tuesday R. D. Edwards started for Milton with aS-stmup mill from tbe Angels iron works, dwl'jned for Nevada City. Iv Salt Sprin-r Valley his wagon...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 25 May 1900

THE AMADOR LEDGER : . Published Fridays by AMADOR COUNTY PUBLISHING COMPANY. oUDo^nlr I Ivjn HA I bo. One Year (if not in advance) : .$3 00 One Year (in advance) 2 50 Six Months '. 1 25 Three Months 75 One or More Copies of the Ledger, each. .-. io Legal Advertising— Per Squares-First Insertion $1 00 Subsequent Insertions— Per Square— each . . -.'. 50 P. BUFFINGTON . : : : Vs.' Editor and Manager FRIDAY ". .: :;.... ..... MAY 25, 1900 While the Naval Appropriation bill was being discuss- Ed, Senator Lodge, in a short speech, gave what is generally considered as an official notice to Europerthat this govern ment is prepared to fight to maintain;: the Monroe Doctrine, if necet-sary. The Monroe Doctrine is by the way the one important question upon which there is no political division in the Senate. During his speech, Senator Lodge incident ally served notice on Germany that no dickering for the pos \ session of the Danish West Indies would be tolerated by this government. It was not a...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 25 May 1900

MINING ON THE MOTHER LODE Dividends of the Argonaut and Gwin Mines. > } .: TEN STAMPS TO BE USED AT THE FORD MINE Gold Mining In Tuolumne County Is Still Up' to the Standard. The Jumper Mine. AMADOR COUNTY. Argonaut— Jackson. Work at the Argonaut goes on- as usual nothing new taking place. The Argonaut paid in dividends for the lat ter half of April anil the first half of May, $10,000. '--—'. Gwin— Calaveras Connty. The Gwin mine still holds its own and prospects become brighter as work progresses. Last month the'Gwin de clared dividends to the amount of $5,000. --^w.:^-^ South Spring Hiil— Amador. Supt. John R. Tregloan is preparing for extensive operations in the Medium mine, of the South Spring Hill group. Cleaning and repairing the shaft is in progress. The mill is also being- re paired, ten stamps being put in work ing condition to crush rock' from the Lincoln mine near Sutter Creek. Keystone— Amador. - Supt. W. A. Pritchard pushes his work at the Keystone with' marked succe...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 25 May 1900

HOW TO CATCH A COLTD. rhe Various Ways In Which It May Be Accomplished. The various way* In which a cold may be brought on are thus describ ed by Dr. J. H. Kellogg: "A little knife blade of air blowing in through a crack In a window upon some part-of the body will chill that part, and the blood vessels of that region will be come contracted, affecting somewhere In the interior. of the body an area in if (lex relation with tills portion of the surface of the body. . .' "For instance, the blood vessels of the skin of the top of the shoulders and the chest are associated with the blood vessels of the lungs, so that whatever happens to the blood vessels of the skin of the shoulders and chest hap pens also to the blood vessels of the lungs. If there is a contraction of the blood vessels of the back of the neck, there will be a contraction of the blood . vessels of the nose and throat, and If there is a contraction of the blood ves sels of the top of tbe shoulders and the shoulder blades ...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 1 June 1900

• Established Novefijberfi 7\ 1855.1* PUT A STOP TO GAMBLING A Day atthe Angels Camp Race Track. STORE-ROOM OF LEGER HOTEL BURGLARIZED - "'." ' . i 'j " T '* li '■ ' ' ' *A. \ » if Scarlet Fever In Tuolumne County.— Knife Used In a Saloon Row ' CALAVERAS COUNTY!* Prospect. San Andreas, May 26, 1900- Last Saturday Mr. Untermeyer and .Miss Hoi wig, the S beep V Ranch school teacher, had a pretty close call from the grim Reaper.. They -had been out after ferns to decorate the h.-vll for the ball and were returning in a road cart, when the horse, 'becoming' frightened, overturned the cart, throwing both occupants out. Within a few feet of where they landed was a deep shaft and in their fall they were hurled past this opening, to have fallen into which' would have been instant death. The horso continued to run, completely wrecking the rig.. Fortunately neither Of the parties were injured, * though - only the space of . a few feet was be tween them and eternity for a moment. An attempt is...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 1 June 1900

THE AMADOR LEDGER Published Fridays by &£ AMADOR COUNTY PUBLISHING COMPANY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One-Year (if not in advance) $3 00 One Year (in advance) 2 50 Six Months ". ." : V 1 25 Three Months 75 One or More Copies or the Ledger, each 10 Legal Advertising— Per Square— First Insertion $1 00 Subsequent Insertions— Per Square— each 50 P. BUFFIN6TON : : : : Editor and Manager FR1DAY....... .....:... JUNE 1, 1900 Nothing more disgusting has been seen in National politics than the exploiting of the three Boer envoys, who are now in Washington, by anti-administration Senators and Representatives, to try to embarrass President McKinley and to make Democratic political capital among voters who sym pathize with the Boers in the unfortunate war in South Af rica. The men who are working this game really care noth ing for the Boers, but they think they see an opportunity to use the envoys to help the Democrats, and they have so little patriotism that they have undertaken the dirty job. T...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 1 June 1900

SEARCH FOR GOLD STILL ON Excellent Mining In Ama dor County. £ lILL AT THE FORD HIE READY FOR ACTION J. P. Hopper Will Form A Stock Company.— Mining In El Dorado County. Khetta— Plymouth. A vertical shaft is to be sunk at the Rhetta mine. : Bay State— Plymouth. It is reported that the mil) at the Bay State mine is about to make a short run on good ore. Amador Queen No. 2— Jackson. - Supt. Phillips reports . the shaft finished to the 1200 and stations cut at the 800 and 1200. Crosscutting at both levels will begin next week. ■ Amador Queen Ho. I— Jackson.' Supt. James E. Dye resumed work Tuesday and is preparing to- run 20 stamps. ~^' : :-:':' ■■"' Bunker Hill— Amador. A pumping station is to be put in at the 100 level. -It is .now believed that the old shaft will have to be entirely retimbered. W hen the proper amount of development work has been .done, the Bunker Hill will doubtless pay fair dividends. - :i :' ; - Centennial— Drytown. Sinking has ceased temporarily -and drifting is...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 1 June 1900

ESCAPED FROM JAIL. 'THE CLEVER SCHEME THAT WAS WORKED BY ONE CROOK. Be Wanted a Certain Book, and He . Got It, Thanks to a Benevolent I* dr> and Its Title Pro-red to Be Pe culiarly Appropriate. "The recent escape from the, parish prison," said a secondhand bookseller en tbe old - side who has almost as many reminiscences as he has vol umes, "reminds me of a very curious case of Jail delivery In which I was an accessory before the fact 1 1 was . never . arrested for It, but don't ob ject to telling you the story, j I "One day in the summer, of j 1895 a good looking, well dressed man strolled into the shop and said he wanted to get something that would interest his old mother, whom he described as very religious and fond of antique books. "We picked out a dozen or so togeth er, Fox's 'Book of Martyrs,' 'Pilgrim's Progress,' Mather's 'Sermons of Occa sion,', Pusey's 'Daniel the Prophet' and among others a ' quaint, ; massively bound volume , called ..'The . Friend •In Affliction.' T...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 8 June 1900

Established November.!, 1855. DELINQUENT TAX SALE FOR THE YEAR 1899 Statk of California, ) s£ — County of Amabor. ) ' Public notice is hereby given that default having been made in the payment of taxes due to the State of California and the County of Amador for the year 1 899 , upon " . : : Property AND Real. Estate hereinafter described and the same 'having become delin quent on the 30th day of April, 1900, A..D, i f U. S. (JRECrORY, Tax Collector of the County ,of Amador, State of California, by virtue of the power and authority vepted in me by law, did upon Tuesday, the Ist day of May, 1900, levy upon the following described Real and Personal Property, and as such Tax Collector will, on Monday, the 25th day of June, 1900, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., sell the same in front of the Court House at Jackson J' in said County, to the People of the State of California, under t\\e' provisions of- Sections 3T64, 3765 and 3767 of the Political Code , . unless the Taxes Delinquent, toge...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 8 June 1900

THE AMADOR LEDGER Published Fridays by" AMADOR COUNTY PUBLISHING COMPANY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year (if not in advance) $3 00 One Year (in advance) .' 2 50 Six Months..... 1 25 Three Months 75 One or More Copies of the Ledger, each. . : 10 Legal Advertising— Per Square— First Insertion .$1 00 Subsequent r Insertions— Per Square— each . : 50 P. BUFFIN6TON " : : : : Editor and Manager FR1DAY................ .... ! :.. JUNE 8, 1900 • . It, is perhaps well to recall the fact that Mr. Clark and Mr; Maginnis of Montana, who are now rivals for the vacan cy in the Senate from that State, one having an appointment from the acting Governor and one an appointment from the Governor, and neither having one chance in a hundred to win, were together in Washington once before as claimants to a seat in the Senate. Just after Montana became a State what was known as the "rump" legislature elected Clark and Ma : ginnis to the Senate, and they appeared in Washington to take their seats, but were nev...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 8 June 1900

WORK OF PICK AND SHOVEL Twenty-Stamp Mill for the Central Eureka. A URGE VEIN EXPOSED AT THE M'GOIRK MINE nattering Prospects for the Mountain j Ranch.— The Little Wonder to be Worked. Sargent— Jackson. Arrangements have been made by which the Sargent mine located, a few miles south of Jackson, is to be devel oped, and work is expected to begin within a few days. Altaite— Volcano. A gentleman named Dickerman has taken the contract to sink the shaft of the Altaite mine 150 feet deeper, and will begin operations at once. Amador Queen No. 2. ' Superintendent Phillips has let a contract for the running of crosscuts at the 500 and 900 levels, Mr. Bowley has the contract at . the 500 level and Oscar Holtz at the 900. We are in formed that the contract price is $4.00 for slate and $B.OQ for granite. The crosscuts are to be run west toward the Peerless group of mines. Central Eureka— Batter Creek. The directors of the Central Eureka mine have decided to erect a 20-stamp instead of a 10-stam...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 8 June 1900

Beider, E~The north % of south-. *-""" east \i and eouthwest ~% of southeast % of Bection 26 and northwest % of northeast Moi ■ section 35, township 8, range 14, 160 acres - - 9 50 Beitz, John— The east % of north east % of 'section 35, township , 8, range 14 and sonth y, of noith west )4 of Bection 30, towosbip 8, range 15, 160 acres - ~ 950 Bole, D B and 3eo Bray— The north . y t of west y, of northeast %of , uortheast % and east % of southwest' l /i of northeast %of Rection 19 and north y t of north west % of northeast \i of south-, east l /i and north %of northeast % of northwest % of southeast' % ot section • < 19, township 7," : . range 12, 40 acres; furniture, 2 : -•''.'; *«gons, c 11 ! horses, 2 cows, :Ij stock cattle .... .14 93 Thomas, John P— Mortgage exe-i cuted by D H Bale and BB Max well on northeast % of southeast: % of southeast % of northeast: l / A of section I, township 7, raige 12 and lots numbers 4 and 5 in ! northwest %of (145.71 acres) ■ section 6, township...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 15 June 1900

Established November i, 1855. DROWNED IN A RESERVOIR An Electrician Quite Badly Burned. X CONFLAGRATION BREAKS OUT IN SONORA Accident at the Kawhide.-The Fun eral of the Late Wm. L. Bailey. CALAVERAS COUNTY. Prospect. San Andreas. June 11, lfluo. ■ ' Kate Venciel daughter of Walter and Belle Vanciel, was drowned in an irri gating reservoir, near her '* home at Milton, last Sunday. She went to the reservoir to bathe and beinar pone long er than she should have been, search was made with the result of rinding the body of the dead girl in the water. The deceased was an unusually bright child, aged about fifteen years, and a great favorite with all her schoolmates and intimates. Her parents who aro well known in nearly all parts of the county have the doeepeet sympathy of the whole community in this, their hour of sorrow. - . A man by the name of J. F. Mulram who had been in the employ of the Standard Electric Company for a short . time, was found dead lnst Monday in a barn near Mokelum...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 15 June 1900

THE AMADOR LEDGER Published Fridays by AMADOR COUNTY PUBLISHING COMPANY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year (if not in advance) $3 00 One Year (in advance) 2 50 "-^Six M0nth5...... '.,',"..-.....".". ..-. l 25 Three Months. . .'...... 75 • One or More Copies of the Ledger, each 10 Legal Advertising— Per Square— First Insertion i...5l 00 Subsequent Insertions— Per Square— each ' 50 '■P. BUFFINGTON '^«:V : : :, Editor and Manager FRIDAY ..,. JUNK 15, 1900 • T i<. . . .• v ..;., hIIMI O jjillllH.l Llii iDHIHLJLJJJI JULlilll LJJI" "" li'} 1 'I- !>■_ "ii-liß h '*■ I Ilin lifflt itMl \ M*±l iff 1* lth\ Hd \ VlMt'it BIRTHPLACE OF THE ORDER. It is no small honor to be the birthplace of an organiza • tion State wide and of National distinction. To Miss Lillie O. Reichling, therefore, Jackson owes a debt of gratitude which it will be hard to pay, and which in fact never will be paid. In the brilliant intellect of the gifted founder of the Order known, honored and beloved as the Native Daughte...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 15 June 1900

NATIVE DAUGHTERS OF THE GOLDEN WEST GUESTS OF THE MOTHER PARLOR Grand Parlor Session at Jackson. Grand Officers Have Been Elected. URSULA PARLOR NO. I, HIGHLY COMPLIMENTED The Session An Impressive One.— Jackson Extends A Hearty Welcome. ■■ The preparations that Ursula Parlor !No. 1, Native Daughters of the Golden West, had been making for some days declared complete by midday on Monday and all was in readiness for the fourteenth Grand Parlor session of .the Order. The public halls were gaily and tastefully decorated in the colors of : the Order, and many prominent build ings and private residences were elabor ately festooned. The mining center of the Mother Lode was ready to greet and entertain the representatives of the Native Daughters of the Golden West, sent by their respective Parlors from the four quarters of the State. As the train rolled in to the lone station, about 3 o'clock p. in. Monday, .Judge R. C. Rust, Grand President of 'the' Grand Parlor Native Sons of the - Golde...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 15 June 1900

Xo.t m. "Pompous Prelate." Bishop Gailor, at a banquet at which the bishop of Kentucky was present, told this story on the latter gentleman: "In one of the backwoods towns of Kentucky ,", said Bishop Gailor, "the pastor of the Baptist church gave out this notice before the sermon one Sun day morning: ■ " 'I am told and have been partially convinced,' he said, 'that it is my Chris- tian duty to give the following notice— . to wit: That a man who styles himself "bishop of Kentucky" is about to visit this town and will hold forth in the courthouse on Wednesday evening. ,1 desire to add, however, my brethren, that, in the humble opinion of your pastor, the place for members of this congregation on Wednesday night will be in this place listening to your own pastor rather than listening to the words of that pompous pi-elate at the ■ courthouse.' "On the following Thursday morning the Baptist went out upon the street seeking for some of his congregation who had not been at the Wednesday ev...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 22 June 1900

Established November i, 1855. TO THE PASS EXPOSITION Correspondent Writes From Mid-Ocean. IfiTERESTING REFLECTIONS OF THE VOYftGE Cost of Traveling.— Scenes on the Steamer* Deck.— Seasick Passengers. * ' P-'y, (From Our Regular Correspondent.) „ , .» Mid Ocean, May 20, 1900. , Americans must traverse a thousand leagues of sea in order to roach the Paris Exposition, for the Trans- Alaskan Siberian Russian Route is not open. But in spite of the distance the water and the expense of it, it is safe to say there will be three times as many Americans at the Paris Exposi tion as there were Europeans and Asi atics together at the Chicago Exposi tion.- Next to the English, we Ameri cans are the greatest travelers in the world and since we and the English speak tho same language and spend more money than all the rest of the globe-pacers of the world, the language spreads and spreads. It is far- more spoken and printed and read than any other two languages. It is no longer necessary to know Fr...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 22 June 1900

THE AMADOR LEDGER Published Fridats by AMADOR COUNTY PUBLISHING COMPANY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year (if not in advance) $3 00 One Year (in advance) 2 50 Six Months 1 25 Three Months 75 One or More Copies of the Ledger, each 10 Legal Advertising— Per Square— First Insertion ... .$1 00 Subsequent Insertions — Per Square— each 50 P. BUFFIN6TON : : : : Editor and Manager FRIDAY JUNE 22, 1900 FOR PRESIDENT WILLIAM McKINLEY, of Ohio. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT THEODORE ROOSEVELT, of New York. The result of the Philadelphia Convention is gratifying to every Republican in the country. A more thoroughly harmonious National Convention has seldom been held by any political party since the birth of the Republic. There were some, among them Roosevelt himself, who believed he could better serve the party by succeeding himself as Gov ernor of the State of New York than by becoming Vice- President, but popular will demanded that he take second place and he will, if he lives, be the next Vice-President of...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 22 June 1900

MINING HERE AND THERE j Del Monte Company Is In corporated.;; ROCK FROM THE FORD HIE 18 BEING MILLED ■■ • ■ Several Sales of East Belt Mining Property Have Been Made of Late. Oneida. The frame work of the new 60-stamp mill at the Oneida mine is up, and the mortar blocks are in. The, mill will probably be finished by -September. The most approved rock breaker is be ing put in the hoist, said to be the same size of the Amador Gold Go's.' There are about 10,000 tons of rock on the dump ready for the mill. Will Begin Work July 2d A meeting . of the Directors and Stockholders of the Kirkwood Mining Company was held, in .Secretary Fon tenrose'6 office -yesterday afternoon, and preparations made for beginning: active operations on Monday, July 2d. All ' the necessary machinery will be put in during July. The promoters of this enterprise are enthusiastic and propose to crowd the work as much as possible. .'. . New Mining" Company. The Del Monte Mining and Milling Company was Incorporated th...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Amador ledger. — 22 June 1900

A Costa Rican Wonder. "The National theater, at San Jose, Costa Rica, Is a wonder," said a gentle- man who has recently returned from that city. "In point of beauty it Is said to stand third among houses of ■ Its kind In the world. It cost $3,000,000 to erect, and the work of construction occupied many years. The design fol lows the Grand Opera House of Paris In a general way, although of course the building is very much smaller, and the material is white marble and Mex ican onyx. The main entrance hall and foyers contain some superb pieces of statuary, and the decorations were done by European artists of reputa tion. . "When a visitor sees it for the first . time, standing in the midst of a strag gling little Central American capital, with a suburban Jumble of mud built adobe huts, he feels like pinching him self to find out whether he isn't dream- Ing. The people of San Jose are im mensely proud of the house, as they well may be, but they are .so far away from amusement centers th...

Publication Title: Amador Ledger
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