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PLYMOUTH JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
PLYMOUTH JOTTINGS. Grand President Sifford Visits Forrest Far- lor, K. D. G. W. Plymouth, March 7, 1900. Miss Mary Votaw of Shenandoah Valley! is the guest of Mrs. Annie Doman. The sulphurets plant of the Empire roller mills is nearing , completion and will be in operation next week. Mrs. Piper of Forest Home, is maka visit to her sister, Mrs. C. Swift, of this place. Last Saturday night, March 3d, the dance given * by - the , Grainger Orchestra was not well .attended on account of the weather being so disagreeable. - Mr. Thorton went to San Francisco Monday. : . ._ . W. Worthington, president of the Bay State mine, also Mr. Gordon, one of the owners of the Starlight, arrived in Plymouth last night on the Carbondale stage. Mrs. Cora Glfford, Srand President of the N. D. G. W., visited. Forrest Parlor No. 86, Nonday night and left today to visit other parlors. George W. Easton, ihe well-known landlord of the Forrest House, has had the office of the hotel newly painted and is now, rea...
AUKUM NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
AUKUM NEWS. Our Aukum Correspondent It Quite a Humorist. . Aukum, March 6, 1900. A. J. Craln and the Debris Inspector went up to Indian Diggings a few days ago. The Inspector was on his tour of dam inspection. . Miranda Leon, who has recently had the measles, died Sunday. The cause of death was not the measles directly, it being quick consumption. Blanche Gofflnett is slightly on the improve of her long spell of sickness; her_ sister, Flora, is reported to be ill with typhoid fever," also. Pigeon Creek school started Monday, Miss Vogeli teaching. The San Francisco Call told last week of a woman marrying a whole Jury. In order to show she is not of the Brigham'H. Roberts stock it is welt enough to state It was J. G. Jury that she married. ' . . ' Our friend, Wrigglesworth; who has been working for her brother Joe for the past two months, has returned to her home once more. Mrs. C. C. Forbeß and three daughters, Mrs. Charles Cushman, Mrs. H. Davis and Mrs. William McSwain, visited Mr....
FROM WIELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
FROM WIELAND. One of the Wealthiest Gardners of the County Is Dead. Wieland, March 8, 1900. About three Inches of snow fell here March Ist and our people indulged in snow-balling and tobogganing to their hearts' content. The Salvation Army is increasing quite rapidly, several persons having been converted recently under, the efficient labors of the new Captain. Owing to the storm last Sunday morning, the attendance at church was small. The social held March let, was a success in every particular. We regret to learn that the health of Prof. Blacklodgo is not very good, but we trust it will soon improve. Messrs. Cox and Heydenfeldt of San Francisco are visitors at Wieland. They came here for the express purpose of seeing friends and hunting "dears." But they have not as yet secured the game. They are waiting applications. Tony Gagie of Jackson, is here enjoying himself . He climbed Mt, Zion recently, after which he gave a very vivid account of his trip. Simone Moltino, one of our weal...
Uncalled-forl Letters. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
Uncalled-forl Letters. Letters remaining unclaimed In the Jackson, Cal., Postolfiqe, for the week ending March 9, 1900: Mortimer, James Whale. Mrs. Fornean, Louis Rogers, John J. Gjurkovie, Jakob Ranieii, Vavoli Marigliano, George Edwards, John H. McAfer. J. P. Matteg, Madalena D. G. C. Folger, Postmaster.
Take Advantage of This. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
Take Advantage of This. With small capital anyone wishing a good investment, which will bring good Interest, call on Mrs. E. B. Robertson, Jackson, Cal. . 3-9-2t W. S. Philpot, Albany, Ga., says, "DeWitt's Little Early Risers did me more good than any pills I ever took." The famous little pills for constipation, biliousness and liver and bowel troubles. City Pharmacy. •
DOCUMENTS RECORDED. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
DOCUMENTS RECORDED. DEEDS. M Haferty to Mary B Russell— Part of lot 10, block 1, Amador City i |i5. VV M McMlllln to Mrs Fanny Thomas— Lot In Plymouth ; WOO J Jelletich et ux to W Tarn— Lot 27 and part of lots 28 and 28, in block 8, Jackson; 110 K S Gabbs et ax to Charlotte Morgan— Lot 3, block 21, Simer Creek; 110 G Burgar to A Weil— Lot 5. block 4, Amador City ; $200 Mrs Ida Fassero to J E Pendola — Land near Jackson Gate; MOD Mary B Russell to Mary J Eplrng— Part of lot 10. block 1, Amador City; tlOO Mary Allen et al to Edw Morris et al— N4 of SE'&lt; of SWX af section 28, township 7 north, range 9 east ; 110 Christina Rickert et al to W F Detert— Toll Gate lot, Jackson; 110 Jno Cello to B Jeltnini— E 1 ; of NWx of section 7, township 7 north, range 11 east J H Macdonoogh to Anna Schley— Lands In sections 7 and 12, township 7; $5 Geo Brown to Thos Hevdenfeldt— Land in section 8, township 7 north, range 10 east ; (150 T Heydenfeldt to W F Detert— Same; IS J Surface, admini...
Molfino'i Death. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
Molfino'i Death. Simone Molfino, a wealthy pioneer of Clinton, died last Wednesday night, aged about 53 years. • He came to this county from Italy when a young man and has amassed a comfortable fortune. About twenty-five years ago he married Miss Margaret : Oneto,' sister of : Steve Oneto, a number of children being born to them, all of whom, we believe, with his widow, survive him. His death resulted \ from an injury to one of his legs, received several weeks j ago, blood poison taking him off. His ' funeral will take place tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment in Jackson. " : - ■ . .':&amp;SBS9O
How Is Tour Wife! [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
How Is Tour Wife! Has she lost her beauty ? If so constipation, Indigestion, sick headache, are the principal causes, Karl's Clover Root Tea has cured these ills for half a century. Price 25c and 50c. Money refunded if results are not satisfactory. For sale by A. Goldner, Druggist. - ■ *'
Zamlooh. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
Zamlooh. •Next Monday evening Prof. A. F. Zamloch, the well-known conjurer, will give one of his justly celebrated entertainments in Love's Opera House. Prof. Zamloch is not a stranger to the Jackson people and he will,* no doubt, be greeted by. good audiences during his stay here. Mr. Van Horn, his zealous advance agenX, has thoroughly billed the town and, as usual, left a good impression. Sick Headache absolutely and permanently cured by using Moki Tea. A pleasant herb drink. ; Cures constipation and indigestion, makes you eat, sleep, work and happy. Satisfaction guaranteed or money back. - 25 cents and 50 cents. Sold by A. Goldner.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
MARRIED. PHILLIPS-CLARK-At the Globe Hotel, Jackson, Cat., Monday. March i. inn, by Rev. F. A. Morrow, Mr. William Phillips of lone, to Miss Lillian E. Clark of Suite Creek. MOLFINO— In Clinton district, near Jackson, March 7, 1900, Simone Moltino, aged about 53 years, a native of Italy. J AT J Peterson's J Shoe Store i You get the best materJ ial. The best fit. The ; lowest price. The finest I stock of footwear in the J county. Rockbottom figI ures at all times. 5 A. F. Peterson, • 3-2-tf Webb Building, Jackjon.
THE MERMAID'S VENGEANCE [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
THE MERMAID'S VENGEANCE A handsome, dashing youth was Denvil Burke of Bantry castle. No bolder rider had ever backed a horse, no more reck loss player had ever ventured , broad gold pieces upon the uncertain chance of the dlcebox, and so It came to puss that before young Denny Burke, as he was generally termed, had enjoyed bis ancestral acres three short years the "dlrtby money^' , became scarce and creditors pressing. : One course alone was open to him— the road which so many young bloods bave followed. He must marry some heiress. Not that there was the slight; est difficulty about finding the heiress, for It was a well known fact that the rich Miss MacNulty of Ballydunderbog would just give one of her two eyes for . handsome, bold, young Denny Burke. . It was true that Miss Biddy MacNulty. was on the wrong side of 30; true that a more scrawny piece of humanity could not be found In the county. But she . bad the golden guineas, though, and after many a^ groan Denny Burke made up bi...
Thought He Had Been Noticing. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
Thought He Had Been Noticing. Willie Wlshlngton was trying to be conversational, but the young woman wore glasses and looked severe, and her mother surveyed the scene with an expression of austere toleration. Willie ought to have known better than to call on Monday, wash day, anyhow. ' "Have you read any books lately?" asked Willie, with the Inane grin which he uses in society. "Yes," answered the girL "Been some pretty good ones written lately, don't you think?" "I haven't read any recent novels," she answered. I "You ought to read some." • "1 find ample entertainment In the classics," was the rejoinder, while her mother looked on with an approving Bin lie. ■• ' . ' "Oh, yes; Shakespeare, I suppose. He's a good old classic." . .. "I "read Shakespeare - occasionally when I read English. I also read Corneille and Mollere and Goethe and Schiller, but only for diversion. Philosophic studies are my especial occupation at .present" ',':. :■' "By JoveH' exclaimed Willie admiringly.- getti...
It Still "Worked. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
It Still "Worked. ,"No," she answered coldly. "1 cannot marry a man who carries a rabbit* s foot for luck." ■ For a moment be contemplated her In Intense silence, but only for a moment 1 "Who," he exclaimed, "now can doubt the efficacy of the rabbit's foot after this?" '.' Then he left her forever, pausing only to laugh the wild, mirthless laugh which was suitable to the occasion.— Detroit Journal,
THE SPORTING, WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
THE SPORTING, WORLD. Two years ago a little barefooted boy wandered out to Woodbine "park at Toronto. He was a blight faced youngster and, meeting Alec Shields of the racing firm of Carruthers &amp; Shields, expressed bis desire to ride one of his horses. "I was struck by his appearance," said Alec Shields In telling about the circumsta^e. "I liked his manly way •md put him to work as an exercise boy." San Francisco racegoers have bad a chance to see this youngster, for he is Johnny Martin, accounted by shrewd Judges to be one of the most promising featherweight jockeys in the world. His rise in the profession has been unprecedented. Last July Martin piloted Topmast to victory in an owners' handicap at Fort Erie. It was the first race that the lad ever scored a winning bracket He has won some 50 races since then and has shown himself to be a more promising little Jockey than was Johnny Reiff in 189S and 1899. Martin Is 14 years of age and can ride at 65 pounds. JOHNNY MARTIN...
Queens of the Wheel. [Newspaper Article] — Amador Ledger — 9 March 1900
Queens of the Wheel. During the year 1809 six wheelwomen of New York city pedaled a total of 211 centuries, while in the same period an equal number of metropolitan wheelmen rode a total of 491 centuries. Of the women cyclists Mrs. E. R, Bayne and Miss Carrie Hitchcock completed the greatest number of hundred mile runs, the former having 50 to her credit and the latter only two less. The two great women century riders of the year, however, were Mrs. Jane Lindsey of Brooklyn and Miss Jane Yatman of Manhattan. Miss Yatman's century score was i! 3, and Mrs. Lludsey's was 32. Both these women compiled their season's mileage In a series of record rides that are without parallel among women In the annals of cycling. Previous to last year a triple century made by a woman was considered a remarkable performance. But the rivalry that sprang up between Miss Yatman and Mrs. Lindsey for possession of the title of queen of the wheel resulted In the reeling off of multiple century rides that occu...