Contributed by kchen
Description: Brief NotesDate: September 14 1895
Newspaper published in: Jackson
14 September, 1895
Justice of the Peace H. GOLDNER is still unable to attend to business on account of sickness.
Mrs. Wm. TAM and Mrs. L. POGGI returned home last Sunday night from an extended visit to San Francisco.
Miss Mable COPE and Sue KERR of Amador City are visiting this week with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. BUNNY.
Mrs. John HATTERSLEY and children returned from their visit to Pacific Grove a few days ago.
Mrs. Alfred GOLDNER of this place is visiting relatives and friends at Woodland, Yolo County.
Mr. Ray PARKER, one of the Dispatch force, went to Sacramento last Saturday and intends spending a couple of week with his sister in Napa City.
Mr. David HALL had the misfortune to have one of his ankles very badly sprained last Monday night, form the effects of which he has been compelled to lay off from work for several days.
Mr. G.G. GATES started for Boulder, Colorado, last Tuesday morning having been summoned hither on business by a special telegram. He will probably be absent about three weeks.
We understand that Bickmore LEROY has secured the interest of H.D. CALVIN in the Republican newspaper business in this place, and the firm will hereafter be Webb and LeRoy.
Thos. GREENHALGH, one of the oldest and best known pioneers of Amador County went down to Sacramento last Sunday to take in the Native Son's celebration. It is also surmised that he had some detective work to mix in with his pleasure; but just what case he is at work on is not known, as he, unlike the average San Francisco detective, seldom heralds his future intentions to the curious of the world.
In the past two week a four-roomed house with verandas on two side of it has been built at Middle Bar, and on one of the most sightly places among the hills, there is on either side of the Mokelumne river, the new bridge, and all the roads and home on the Amador and Calaveras sides of the river. Miss Ella HENDERSON, a sister of Mrs. DEL RAY had it put up for herself and her brother to live in.
Jos. LAGOMARSINO, an inmate of the county hospital, was arrested by Constable KELLY last Monday on a charge of stealing fifteen dollars for the dress pocket of Mrs. WATT, the cook of that institution. LAGOMARSINO was taken before Justice GOLDNER the next day—the money having been found in his possession—and pleaded guilty of the charge of petit larceny, and was sentenced to imprisonment in the county jail for a period of 60 days.