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THE BIG FIVE DO BUSINESS [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
THE BIG FIVE DO BUSINESS The Current Expenses of the County Approved. ROAD TO BE BUILT AND DEEDED TO THE COUNTY Two Betail Liquor Licenses Granted. —Warrants Amounting to $7188.16 Cancelled. Regular meeting Board of Supervisors held this sth day of March, 1900, and following proceedings are had: Roll call. Present— A. B. McLaughlin, chairman; P. Dwyer, J. T. Clifton, M. Brinn, Fred B. LeMoin. Minutes of last regular and special meetings are read and approved. Following claims are examined, approved and ordered paid as follows: CURRENT EXPENSE FUND. Geo. F. Mack, deputy Assessor, Feb. . . .f 100 00 D. F. Gray, constable fees 16 TO Warren E. Doan. reporting ca5e.......... 18 00 C. L. Culbert, Indexes Probate Court Records — S© years . .- .■ 300 00 Capital T. &amp;T. Co., telephone service.... SSO C. Richtmyer, water ...:. 600 Western Union Tel Co , rebate personal property taxes, 1899 3 00 0. B. Arratta, erroneous assessment, 1899 20 00 J. T. Clifton, mileage, 2 meetings . .-....
Tell Your Sister [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
Tell Your Sister A beautiful complexion is an impossibility without good pure blood, the sort that only exists in connection with good digestion, n healthy liver and bowels. Karl's Clover Root Tea acts directly on the bowels, liver and kidneys, keeping them in perfect health. Price 25c and 50c. For sale by A. Goldncr, Druggist, *
Epworth Leaguers Meet. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
Epworth Leaguers Meet. " At the regular business meeting of the Ep worth League, held . last Tuesday evening, in thu M. E. Church, the young people were addressed by Dr. Gibbons on the subject of "Mental, Moral and Physical Culture." "• Rev. Morrow then, -on behalf of the League, presented Miss Crystal and Master Montie Snow with gold Epworth League badges. They will be constant reminders of Jackson when those young friends are far from us in the frozen regions of the north. Mr. and Mrs. Morrow treated the members of the League to ice-cream and Epworth League cake, after which the young people dispersed to their homes at 9;30 p. m. All felt that they had spent a pleasant and profitable evening. ■ .
Criminal Returns. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
Criminal Returns. ' H. GOLDNER. JtJSTICE. TOWNSHIP NO. 1. • People''vs. F. Rusbenbach— Charged with vagrancy; healthy beggar; guilty and sent to jail for O've days ; costs, $7.15. - People vs.,T. Kelly— Living on sidewalks; guilty and sent to jail for five days; costs, s7.ls. People vs. Mrs. M. G. . Barker— Battery ; guilty; fined $5; costs $5. ' People vs. John P. Driscoll— Healthy beggar; guilty and sent to jail for eight days; costs, $7.15. ■.0,;:. 0 ,; : ._ . ■ People vs. Joe Owens— Healthy beggar: guilty and- sent to jail for nine days; costs, $7.15. '■ People^, vs. , Joseph . Ross— Embezzlement, guilty and sent to jail tor fifty days; costs, 111. People vs. W. Endicott— Misdemeanor; guilty and sent to jail for thirty days costs, $11.70 People vs. J. Gibbons — Disturbing the pease. guilty and judgement suspended; costs, $7.15 . J. H. GILES, JUSTICE, TOWNSHIP NO. 4. People vs. Ed Guider— Disturbing the peace; guilty and sent to jail ten days; costs, $11.30. People vs. Dan Labich...
Funeral of J. A. Butterfleld. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
Funeral of J. A. Butterfleld. Under the auspices of the Chosen Friends and Odd' Fellows ' of Jackson, Rev. F. A. Morrow officiating clergyman, the funeral of the late J. A. Butterfield j took place from his late residence on Broadway, at 2 o'clock on Friday afternoon of last week. The afternoon was pleasant and the funeral was largely attended. The following gentlemen officiated as pall bearers: Nathan T. Littlefield, W. C. Crocker, J. S. A vise, A. Yoak, T. C. Stowers, O. Tarn. . Interment in the Protestant Cemetery. '•■■•■ .■■ ■ ■
Property Sold. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
Property Sold. The Turner property in Sutter Creek has been sold to G. B. Vicini for $3825. Subject to confirmation of the Superior Court ; the hearing on the sale will come up in Court on Monday, March 12th, at 10 a. m., aud unless Mr. Vicini's bid is raised the property will probably go to him. This Is one of the greatest bargains we know of. The rental of the property is t7O per month or nearly 19 per cent per year interest on the amonnt bid Turner, just before his death, refused f4OOO for the property.
He Pleases the People.. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
He Pleases the People.. McMillan makes a fine display at his door of medallions in water colors, Foto' jewelry and stamp novelties — all the very latest. He also exhibits some of the finest carbon prints of local subjects we have yet seen. Patrons of his gallery can always be assured of the very latest styles in all branches of the Foto Art. Mr. McMillan says he will visit his lone Gallery March 9, for three or four days, if it is not raining at that time. He would advise mothers to bring their children for Fotos In the morning, from 10 a. m. to 2p. m. being the best hours for them. 2-23-tf
Played Out. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
Played Out. Dull Headache, Pains in various parts of the body. Sinking at the pit of the stomach, Loss of appetite, Feverishness, Pimples or Sores are all positive evidences of impure blood. No matter how it became so it mnst be purified in order to obtain good health. Ackker's Blood Elixir has never, failed to cure Scrofulous or Syphilitic poisons or any other blood diseases. It is certainly a wonderful remedy and we sell every bottle on a positive guarantee. Sold by A, Goldner.
— The Anthony Dinner. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
— The Anthony Dinner. Miss May Anthony gave, a dinner last Monday which proved to be all that the entertained or entertainer could have reasonably expected. It was a delightful affair. Vocal and Instrumental music were pleasant features. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Caldwell, Mr. and Mrs. Allison, Misses Daisy Littlefield, Emma Boarman, Wanda Reichling. Madge Rust and Messrs. Frank Taylor, R. C. Bole and L. Borger. ' -
In Again. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
In Again. Frank Weller, the wild young fellow who escaped from the Preston Reform School at lone two years ago and landed in San Quentln, thus jumping from the frying pan into the fire, has reversed the situation and is again in the frying ! pan, having been arrested -at the gates of the State Prison, when released;'' by the superintendent of the Reform School. The way of the transgrossoris hard.
Hnberty'i Coat [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
Hnberty'i Coat- February 27, a coat belonging to George Huberty, was stolen from a delivery wagon. ■ Constable Kelly was notified and on March 2 nabbed a man who gave his name as F. Green, the coat being found in his possession. The arrest was made in C. M. Meek's barn, just south of the Zeila mill.
Bibs Broken. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
Bibs Broken. A slight cave-in occurred at the 2100 level of the Kennedy mine on Friday afternoon of last week. John Moore was crosscutting at the time and received a blow on the right side which broke two of his ribs. Dr. Gall is in charge of the case.
Picnic and Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
Picnic and Ball. Forrest Parlor, No. 86, N. D. G. W., will give a grand Basket Picnic and Ball during the month of May at Plymouth. The date and full partriculars will follow later. Geo. Barbe, Mendota, Va., says, "Nothing did me so much good as Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. One dose relieved me, a few bottles oured me." It digests what you eat and always cures dys pepsla. City Pharmacy. *
Taken Up. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
Taken Up. One black cow with white spot on face; branded "N. P." or "N R;" can't tell which; no ear marks. The owner can have same by proving ownership and paying expenses, including cost of this notice. Luttrell's Station, Pine Grove. jn.jm
LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
LOCAL ITEMS. Interesting Happening* Noted Since Our Last Issue. Choice ice cream at Mayer's every Sunday. , 3-2-3t Pioneer Flour Is the same yesterday , today and tomorrow. • • D. A. Pattersoc is still confined to his house with rheumatism. Early Rose seed potatoes for sale at Jackson Cash Grocers. 3-2-lmo. Give us daily, some GOOD BREAD— Pioneer Hour makes the best. ' * The recent rain is the heaviest we have had here for many months. Jay Fox, the Placerville druggist, was a recent visitor to Jackson. Gilbert still sells "No Name Thread," 3 spools for 10 cents. Considered the best. 3-9-St Eight marriage licenses were issued from the County Clerk's office during February. Editors Barnes of lone, and Calkins of Sutter, were at the county seat last Monday. F. M. Whitmore has added a porch to his building just south of the Broadway bridge. • Attend Mrs. Kay's musicale at Webb Hall, to-morrow night, and enjoy a real musical treat. During the late storm, snow fell to a depth of about a f...
Short-Hand. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
Short-Hand. J. D. Fennessy has located for the present in Sutter Creek and will teach short-hand. Ho is a stenographer of ability and large experience and comes highly recommended. Those desiring his services should address him at once, before his class Is too far advanced In the work. Mr. Fennessy intends to visit Jackson later.