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CRONJE'S GALLANT STAND. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
CRONJE'S GALLANT STAND. .The history of the world is full of the noble deeds of patriots who have dared to face death in behalf of their coun- * But no more brilliant page of history was ever written than that which will enroll the names of the heroic leader and his devoted army, who was overwhelmed by the vast army of England, under Lord Roberts, February 27, 1900; : General Cronje's name will be a synonym for gallantry wherever the love of Liberty is allowed free scope. His masterly retreat, w.hicl} was a continued fight over every inch of ground, and his last grand effort as he came to bay in the rocky bed of the Modder river, taught the world a lesson of bravery, and proved that even under the burning sun of South Africa a liberty loving race has been bred who could not be made to bend the knee to the dominating race. This fight of the brave army of Boers can be compared with nothing in the whole history of war Never before has war wielded such deadly missiles, and the fact that...
SUPERIOR COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
SUPERIOR COURT. D. Boro vs Mary A. Turner—Argument on demurrer continued to March 10th. Lottie May Liddicoat vs Win. -R. Liddicoat — Action for divorce. Trial set for April 3d. V - M. Rossi vs G. Garibaldi— Trial continued to March 19th. M. Bearce vs B. Bearce— Trial continued to March 19th, Bunker Hill Con. Mining Co. vs Bunker Hill Quartz Mining Co.— Trial set for March 19th. Anna C. Schley vs B. Jelmini—Action to quiet title. Trial had and decree granted. People vs J. H. Giles— Matter of setting cause for trial continued indefinitely to bo set on five days notice. J. Q. Horton vs A. Adams-rQrder dismissing appeal. Estate of L. H. Abramofsky— Decree settling final account and distributing estate. Estate of John Cclio — L. J. Fontenrose appointed administrator. Matter of the application of James F. Peek to adopt Thomas W. Wright, the minor child of Katie L. Peek (neo Katie L. Wright). Order of adoption granted. "I had bronchitis every winter for years and no medicine gave me perman...
Estray Notice. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
Estray Notice. Taken up at my ranch on the South Fork of Jackson creek, three miles from Jackson, sometimo during the fall of 1897, one bay mare, aged about three years. No marks. The owner can have same by proving ownership and paying expensos, including cost of this notice. John Rattcx. Feb. 16-5t
Explosion of Gas. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
Explosion of Gas. Last Tuesday Lawrence Spinetti of the Oqeida mine, had occasion to visit the station at the 600 level pf the old shaft. His candle ignited gas that had collected there causing an explosion which burned his face and hands quite severely. He will not be disfigured, however. Dr. G»ll is attending the mr jured man.
THE PHILIPPINE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
THE PHILIPPINE WAR. March 1. — Admiral Duwey advises the building of more warships. \ March 2.— Major-General Otis 'will soon returned from Manila.— Filipinos ambushed and many killed. ' March 3. — Lieutenant Gibbons makes a dashing raid and rescues American and Spanish prisoners in Southern Luzon. March 4. — Natives in Luzon expected to resume armed opposition in the rainy season. •. . . ■ i &lt;ir\ March 5.— A squad of colored troops from the Twenty-fourth swim across the San Luis at Naguilan and rout' the Filipinos. ■ ■ •■■ -' ( t'' ! __ March 6. —General Bates', divisipn engages in a sharp'battle.— Conditions in Manila are vastly improved. Ji;y\&gt;; March 7. — Admiral Watson may be recalled. Rear Admiral Romey will take his place at Manila.
On Every Bottle [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
On Every Bottle Of Shiloh's Consumption cure is this guarantee: "All we ask of you is to use two-thirds of the contents of this bottle faithfully, then if you can say you are not benefited, return the bottle to your druggist and he may refund the price paid." Price paid 25c, SOc and fl. For sale by A. Goldner, Druggist. ' . *
Health Officer's Eeport. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
Health Officer's Eeport. County Health OHicer Endicott Hlod the following report with the Board of Supervisors for the month of Febrnary: Have abated ten public nuisances dangerous to health: have issued eight burial permits— five for Jackson, two for lone and one for Lancha Plana. Cause of death: Two, Blight's disease, two consumption, one corebreal hemorrhage, one pneumonia and one arsenical poisoning with suicidal intent.
MOTHER LODE GEOLOGY [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
MOTHER LODE GEOLOGY Features of the Lode In Amador County. LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION OF STRINGERS California Is In Great Need pf a Geological Survey, Which Would Add to Our Importance.. By John a. Fadu. ,ln speaking of the great lode system in Amador county, there are features most interesting that do not appear to be touched upon by the examiners in the field for the Mining Bureau. We have spoken of tho Keystone mine at Amador City; it has been generally recognized as a contact vein, or series of veins. This fissure is bounded on the east by the so-called green-stone hanging wall— we have explained heretofore what the real character of that wall is. At the south end of this mining claim, some two thousand feet south of the main working shaft, there was a claim known as the "Jones and Davis," now known as the South Spring Hill or Talisman; here the lode leaves the clay slates which course north and south, and follow the fracture at an angle of seventy-two degrees east, the lode holdi...
Is a Good Thing. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
Is a Good Thing. Muddy complexions, nauseating breath come from chronic constipation. Karl's Clover Koot Tea is an absolute cure and has been sold for fifty years on an absolute guarantee. Price 25c and 50c. For sale by A. Goldner, Druggist. • A now lino of wall papor, of the latest patterns, can be had at the White House at San Francisco prices. 2-16-tf
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
MISCELLANEOUS. ♦••♦•♦•»•»•♦&lt;»»»♦♦»»»♦♦♦» \I- . A , :; Drugs! Drugs I Drugs ! |j ' ' ...'" " &lt; ■ I; FRESH AND PURE |; !;CITY* PHARMACY |; ;; Also a Full Stock of ; j ; ; Goods Pertaining to my ! | j ; Line of Business. 1 &gt; i : 1 KEEP THE BEST OF EVERYTHING J : &lt; &gt; Main Street JACKSON ! ', &lt;• i i 11 ■ * i ♦•♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦I ' I. L. GODFREY BUILDER, JOINER AND WORKER IN WOODS' Water Street, Jackson IS PREPARED TO DO ALL KINDS OF plain or ornamental work. Bookcases. Wardrobes, Commodes, etc., turned out in the most skillful manner. Window Screens and Dlinds made in snort order. Orders from tbe country attended to promptly. FIRE ACCIDENT LIFE L. J. FONTENROSE General Insurance Agent and Searcher of Records Office : Marelia building, Court street. Jackson A. H. KUHLfflflN Contractor and Builder Will do work in any part of Amador County. If you want to build, send a note to Jackson Postoffice and I will call on you. ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
;t; I LIVE BUSINESS HOUSES. ] ■ ■:[ • New Stock Received £J . Composed of all kinds of goods for Winter Wear g Ready-Made Garments for Ladies • Flannelettes ;| I • Umbrellas — —^ • BOOTS AND SHOES of the very latest style and © pattern. The best stock ever brought to Amador • groceri'k "and provisions • GLAVINOVICH &amp; PARKER 2 "~ ; ■&gt;-■ ■ CORNER COURT AND MAIN STREETS 9 . Sunset Telephone -^-r- ' *" +" ' MISCELLANEOUS. IN CASH PREMIIJMS ARE BEING OFFERED BY Tla.e Ciaa.ci23Lra.siti E3ra.a-u.iier Nearest Correct Guesses on the f Population of tile United 1 St3tp^ To be reported by the U. S. Census Bureau for ; 1900 ♦♦♦•••♦♦♦♦&gt;»♦♦♦♦♦»»»»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦)&lt; &lt; The first census of the United States was &lt; . • ;:&lt;' taken In 1810. Since then every succeeding - &lt; &gt; ' - &lt; ' ten years The result of each census has &lt; &gt; &lt; i Year- " Population Tear. Fopulat ' • " !...
AMADOR COUNTY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
AMADOR COUNTY. Argonaut— Jackson. The Argonaut mine is working full handed and producing regularly. Oneida— Jackson. : ' The un watering and the repairing of the old Oneida shaft continues night and day, and in the new shaft a station is being cut at the 1750 level. The total depth of the new shaft Ls about 2200 feet. Just as soon as the material for the mill can- be placed on tbe ground Its erection will begin. Kirkwood O. M. Co.— Jackson. The promoters of the Kirk wood mine visited the property last Wednesday and made an examination of the tunnel, securing some specimens of rock of an encouraging nature. One of the promoters informed the Ledger that a well defined ledge of fully eight feet was apparent. Preliminary work preparatory to sinking will begin immediately. Amador King— Jackson. The recently acquired property, under bond, on which is located the Amador King mine is, we are creditably informed, to be thoroughly prospected, but just when operation in force will begin we are...
EL DORADO COUNTY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
EL DORADO COUNTY. Nugget: The Minnehaha mine has fifteen men at -work and a four-stamp mill running night and day, the rock paying over $20 a ton. This mine was only started up last fall. It is the desire of the lessees to build a twenty-five-stamp mill to crush the large body of paying ore which it produces. The success of this mine is due to the enterprise of that veteran miner Col.. Frank Staples who has stuck to this property although told time and again it was no good. We are informed through a reliable source that the Starlight mine has struck a rich chute of ore. It is being taken out and will be crushed in their ten-stamp mill as soon as the ditches can be repaired from winterbreaks and wood secured to run the mill. When this is done a force of. about thirty-five or forty men will be put on. The board-ing-house is kept by Miss Phoebe Pallatt who understands thoroughly the art of catering to the appetites of the hungry men. In our next we will speak of the other mines we visi...
TUOLUMNE COUNTY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
TUOLUMNE COUNTY. Independent: O'Hara and MacKenzie have a promising combination pocket and milling ledge in the Experimental gulch district, near Columbia. It is a strong, true fissure vein, averaging in width from one to three feet, and from which some fine rock has been taken out during the short time active work has been under way. The claim is known as the Anaconda and is no disgrace to its famous Montana namesake. The Vine Spring in the same locality as the Densmore, and an extremely promising property, is lying idle at present, though indications point to resumption of operations at an early date. . At the time of hanging up, several months ago, there was plenty of fine rock in . sight in the various workings, but the mill couldn't save the gold in the heavily sulphuretted ore, so a discontinuance was made compulsory until negotiations could be completed for giving the rebellious material special treatment. Taken as an all-around proposition the Vine Spriug is considered by ex...
CALAVERAS COUNTY. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
CALAVERAS COUNTY. Prospect: Work at the electric plant and at the Utica possessions above town is being awaited with patience. So little is doing that everybody is watting for something to turn up, or for the coming of an awakening boom. Anything to let loose the busy bee of industry. Mitchlar's Last Chance, west of town, is coming to the front with a most remarkable incident. Recently a large cave took place in the old shaft whereby a large vein of good quartz was brought to viow -fully ten feet in width. Formerly ore milled from this mine went ten or twelve dollars per ton, but the vein was only a few inches wide. Now tons can be secured. If it only averages one-half its former richness the mine will be a big bonanza, to be sure. The Big Horn, at San Domingo, is prosecuting work quietly and promptly. Some little prospecting is being done at present in the hills east. of Murphys. Though no good discoveries have been made it is conceded to be a likely section. This ridge in the past...