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   Bakersfield Californian (Newspaper) - March 4, 1875, Bakersfield, California                                KERN CALM MARCH SOUTHERN CALirORNIAN EVERT THURSDAY BT Southern Callfornlan Publirtilug ffiuMB One 00 ilx Third st near Advertising Ratoi One square Incb Kpuee month for rem lar business iiiyuljlt Lepil mid Rpoelnl Urct insor 4 each in km HTM to the noadvor inserted without l leneeirlsn llrnt cculn t line eaeh NEWSPAPER LAW who do not tiive aolUn Hiecoutiuryarerniislderediis I ig to eonUiine their If pnlluherfi nniy ruulinuu tu them until nil itiiirgWi are wclert or to hike Iboir pupiTb from the otllee or pltiru where hrjr nre thry lire In Id respoiiMililennlll hillle llielr bill uiul Hive notice to dlo 4 1C move In oilier pliiccB wilhont infomini nnil tlio pa per in MnMn Hie Ininn r dtrrel they uti tifld olli e of relliovul slKHllU tlnn n liislnn o tiiko u paper or IVnin I he olll r removing und it nniilld fur is evidenee nl liiUiilioiiul Church Divine Service evoty SiiMutlU in tlic Clnirdi rreneliini II and Baubnlh Seliixil ininndiiilriyattrnioruliiiS nt All ATTOKNKY A AT LAW VENABLB 1TTORNET be fuuml sit tho Court House lor the 4TTORNET AND COUNSELOR AT on Third cAreet inljoininu the rench ne1 C mid Couunolor at Diitrlet Allnrnry of Kuril Olllro falrd slreet near Kreneli ta ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR AT LAW Chester new the Court PHYSICIAN AND SUKOKON Second nin duor uvust o Kern and Will BttPiiU to Bll profussiouul wliulliui or Office on ChBBter next door t ficrlbncre PHYSICIAN at Mixs Ukeuler Ave PIJYSIOIAN OCco bide opposite Uoj uud HoHpitnlnt Survovor of Kern Couuiy And Civil Olllco at K NOW OPEN KERN V A L L E Y It A N K Incorporated 1obniary IH71 DI RECTOUS LANSING SecreUry A Deposits Drafts on San 1nptr uud a binklug biibinuBd tUo prerrtt DISSOLUTION Notlco lahcrcby lven tliut the bualnot existing between bol omou Juwett and Ihllo Jewull Inis been dl solved uiuluuUoi SOLOMON IlIILO Jim L UK A Ell IN ry Furnishing Uoola atul Wiiien and nml General JUST ARRIVED At At if GK Korn Tlie niiirkel piieo paid lor all kiiuli jouutry TEHACHEPI STORE NEW STOCK OPENED UKKliX St General Merchandise EASTWOODS WILL lAMSNliW T K H A C II K P I DRY Third lUrtk 4k BAKER TIIK AND MOST Coiuplute Amortmunt of General Mui cuandiiie EVKR OFTKRED THIS COMMUNITY And everything Innnd in eounlry nnd klglient price OrUara ftlled with proraplncii aud UNION MAIN STREET KKRN COUNTY TUe UNION U inruiBhea in IU departments A FirstClan All the arrive and depart from the 13ellu Tlie Uiblt will lio rnrniihed with the butt tlie nnd every uttention KVCII to Ihu of furultibed wltli liinehes when ever HAIt Is supplied with uholcu und SUMMER BA FURNISHING Aentc PRO ROCEEIE WINES For tho Southern UP IN THE Up In a where few mon como to There lives nnd slugs a lovely little brook Llvvlh and elngoth lu tho dreary Yet crcuivoth on to whorothe daylight guinea1 Pure from their niounUiln cliulicu It drinks the us drhiks tho BOU her thought Ami down dim it Iuurslts life hunkii ol unlUttued 1 caUh the uinnnur of That sixtieth Alone1 And heiir afar tlie nil bliuyt on their imthu tuwitril thebhiiiitig hike Ilie vnlfttul to tlie Aud ninienof limnn one Out riiiiehin und liunil with To pour ifti the iihkiiu Invi Iv rreep mnvniil I It1 Iiliis IlfsB lliu Uum UiHh lu Ihn day Siiif mi aniiiiy I In uiul Keel hoiv Hie are all to thii Drink the rain the jenlle heaven sencletli lluld thinu own howeverward it tendutli For midcniath the eternal Hliall llml tUe liyiind San DP In Surplus Uie principal of BUtee tut I0AVKM OBnnriVIOATRg OF JPO8IT aratiablo at all commercial financial BUYS AND RBLLB Boil Oonnty nrvEHTntBrTTM BIADH on GOLD ANU aid DBVOMIT AUOOVNTS 80 ver and and eubject to ooeok M XWTBnBMT PAID on Time COLMtCTIOIVS In MM VrMM cUoo and vicinity wtthont and at au otber poiata at and remitted oarrent ALL SORTS OF i CSOIls Tin Wooden AMD ONE THOUSAND OTHER VARIETIES OF1CH01CK and alAer Product KigkMt Market I1 Call and See Us Before chasing Elsewhere From tlie We roccutly niiiiiumtiitiuMufii bent on exhibition ui KrafltH tlmt oightythreo jioumld Wo loam from rfniuuel the iiuiu who jivuducud that ho rained u patcli ol about one uiiro of thin variety of Rud that the average WAS ubuut tliirtyfivu pouuds that the patch av about three to thu Bijuaro he has fod two llirue hornos and uhout thirty buolfK on the product of pntcli Hinco lust BUI has over thirty tons These wore raised several miles iiway from auy oliunco of Near Deor a milca Houtl of n nn In diun discovered tho toe o of u IIIUUH boot protruding from tho and culling into it with his pocketknife found it coutnmed tho re a insins Tho result o tho Imi not made known but a party who stood by when tin bonea were disinterred it is prob abletha deceased WHS hurriodly buriei in u hole of length than tho man with the faco towuidn the am about JiUO yurds from the public road Springgtoulu upon this country will a uieaHured The you HI shot forth with the November rains In the last of January the almond am some other bloBBorue begun to put forth Now the apmiots nro to and tho punoh buds arc burutiri into Jlut it will bo BOVCIB weeks before tho apple nod the pea true will reach the HAIUO Soui of the more fornaad Gelds of wheat aac barley ure now lu other cases the farmorH have hardly finishod sowing With us wiutdr nnuiia simply a merging of lall iuto Bpri TlioRo aceustoiuud to tho valleys of Cul ifornia can scarcely that cvui now the rivnrH of the rnlddl and noilhwciituru otatet are bridgot with From tho Tulurc Several interesting ruoea will Ink plueeovur the Kingston on th lUili aud 2Uth of Jh conte8tu will be botwocn horses fiou Jularound FIOHHO We mot a this di reel from who waya there in largo immigration looking thin wo fioji and he feels conlidun that if they could the Kuporio thut we huvu huu dreds would leavo thu land of and journey to linn county Thu cold wintorHund theother thut the northwestern Sltitea bet subjected to for several yourn ar orculing a dixeutitifaotion mnoug th uud they loug for u and most nsuurcdly Californi is the most inviting und desirable pluc and no whcru in the State are there many uaturiil as in thin neo Would it not be well to uiak some by which tho ad vautagcg and indueeiuuutsof our eoun ty could be made known in the Kutt it certuiuly to tho interest of erei ouu here to induce Ou many need are to yivo wealth and prosperity t our Thousands of acres li yet Jjaud is Th timber in the mountains must b brought into use our mineral weak bu So jrcat is th need of a yood woiking clans of peop to develop thu tMourcua of our county that we think it wise tu do homethii tj thum From tlio Angeles In pitBsing White Dcn out of yestor nyi a group of oucalptus was ointod out to One of the trees is orty inches in ciroumforenoo and fifty eel It was planted four years beyond this a fiuo ovel piece of tho Kornst Compa y Imva 100 aeren of excellent hiclrthcy nro to plant ootiroly o Tuey liavu a housu reeled on tho and near it a ight board enoluiure in whioh Iliey rv from the novuralhuu Ired ihouniuul cucalyptua ThoHO hey will Uy ouloti the and iu it yoartt thuy will have u fovust of roes eoTurini lliu tmliro cjuavliirHec AN u speculation experiment prove n most jirn itnbli The of now n very trying one in this and me hundred and sixty acrns of good trees would return tin immciiNo Wo hear that pniliith in lie vieinity of din Sin iiibrirl who hnvo willow roll the wood UN it at folly dcllnin an Iniin tin Invo having lininhud xomo building contraclH at 1ana mint arrived home a few days ago irrrinh inforuin us that the ma ohincry for tho tJoinpiinyo big mfll was arriving and that the carpen ters in force were set to work last Mon day on tho ramo of thtt Tho future outlook of ihe camp is as prom ising as any one could Ho also visited Darwin on his way and thinks the eijiinl of the mining pros of this camp docs not exist in this Krom tbo Wo are glad to lie ublo o anliouncL important fuct that telegraph com munication butwoen Ianainint and tho world will aoou bo an aocotn jilishod We had tho o meeting Joneral Superin tendent of JJuekleyn Stugo Lino to JJa We are glad to learn from him that wo nre noon to have not only n daily lino of BtngOH to Bakoritfiold but also a lino from hero to New and large stupes will take the places of tlie small A public infirmary already como necessary at The Kan June Woolou Mills Com1 pany employ eighty A cooperage will soon bo blishcd nt Sonoma county TJOH Angeles has shipped thiH year to boxen of oranges to San Ths Legislature hm pasaci a bill to remove the capital from Tuo son to Thirtythree thousand hundroi emigrants have oomo ororluud since last April Harria nays that tlio tunnolini inlehachcpi will bo HOUIO of the hard oat work ho erer Thcr in nothing on tho Central iload BO for midubloas There is to bo a pent manufactory established in Kan Jnuquin a a place known as Head on th San Joaquin Tho quality o peat is said to be of feet of lumbo arc used in the JJelohcr mine over It will cost the New York Centra Road nearly to pujr for th forty ear loads of cattle which wer and injured by cold A fuw night between Rochester and Syracuse Thompson inform tho Napn lie ho will soon establish marblo works at Ho has some varying in price from A man in Kan Luis 1 have n Homo six rnilos fioni We havo been milking lifiy eight of them having bean milkml for seven and we make lixtytive pounds of butter avury Who can bunt it Tho womans Hudrago question ontno up in the House of tlio MassncliUHetls Legislature on on a resolution to amend tho so as to givo the right of suffrage to The resolution was defeated 85 A very curious rutulliug from a delioieney in the vVeutum cum erop of is din discovery that there was u decrease of twentyseven poundi in the ivoragc weight of all thn hogs received nt the Union Stock Yards in Chicago during as compared with those received during Six hundred thousand feet of lum ber aro uted in the Belcher every and coating per There are many large mines on the and each requires timber in proportion to the 010 aud vein matter From Hie Overland THE SUBSIDY Notwithstanding those grand rcsultrf f n feeling hostile oit 1ms sprung up in tho country with n the last few This wo re inclined to has grown out f certain rather tlmn from any ppoHilion to tlio policy There as lieen n good dotil of discuuton erning those alleged abuses but it isi oreigii to the purpoau of thin osany to ol ihut So otf lio uoinpiinies have inudo honest we are glad of It for it is oertniuljr rue they have ereuUd tuatly more vcnlth than they hnvo Tho lopt of giiin IH u Ntiinului lo nil mieh cxtiajnlinary oulorprme de erviiH eoircjpoiHling liul for hunlilily ihut nrigiualeH in nnd s foNtereil und adopted by dumngogisni VB hnvo no ThuMi com purlieu i a by their added Instro to nir national jlory lluy liavo liuilt ti neroM niir fur the and wado lliu uimuneiuo of the world pay liiluita lo Aineiiuiin itiiUr It neeiiiH lii UN miy iiinii who lakivi propor viuw of stitutCM a Nolid nnd who regards tho building up of u grout luoplo n M HII achievement nuperior to heir destruction by urrnod would rnther Imvn tho reputnlion of and oxocnting wuch tin on tlmn to woiir the diadoili of the AV luitevor elco nniy bo said of the companion who ooiiHtruoted the IriinRcontinenlul this maybe confidently tho world id juttor for their having SOMETHING FOR A practical miner informs in of a implo niuthodof purifying quiokilver from ndulleralioiis or minerals with which it through long havo become 11 uvijig a quan tity of hilvuron hand which had proved sluggish and did not act on the our informant slates that ho placed a small quantity of it in a for tho purpose of treating it in tho ordinary by means of ing lirst treated tho silver with tiitrio acid and warm ho proceeded td wush it with boiling in which a small quantity of salt hud boon was astonished lo lind tlio metallic fluid becoming quite throwing up ihs impurities and fomgn matters in a kind of On being inform ed that salt had boon mixnd with tho hot as it had been intended for ordinary ho inado another experiment with boiling water frod from any milino and not until a small pinch of tuilt had bean added did thu mixture become lively und coin moucu to throw up a Since that our informant ho has used nothing but suit to clean his quicksil course treating with nitric in tlio first ho has invaria bly found this simple and inoxpanaivo plan lo answer tlin Tho while working on its Kobnnry reached Iratts bill to compel all minors to take out pnlouU for I heir chums at flvu doU no Tlio bill was warmly op posed by Senators Sargont and and was indefinitely with out opposition or This ac tion kills The invention of making papir rels was patented u your or two and two factories aro ono ut and tho other at the latter turning ou6 barrels daily Their strength is said to be four times greater th art wooden only half tho weight und costing 20 per Tho California Silk Manufnoturing with n capital of huvu now 7 looiiiu in alford employmcnt to fit wotiiun nnd mid lI moru looms aro on thuir way from They expect to manu fucituro worth of silk goods a Our free from tho ex tremes of heat and affords special facilities for silk The Knln on Hrusll Mendocino is now lit full They huvo an ongino of suventyhorsn and employ twenty Hcroaftor they oxpeot to run night und and arc aro able to turn off IfiO reams per They are making three different quulitUu of wrapping weighing twentyfive and thirty pounds to About the 1st of May they will commonou the iimnufacturo of Uewif It is a duly iiicuiubont upon every man who has a ttlako in the country t HO fur us bib individual hiv locu It be u of jajUJKlitencd policy and sulfintereiit for the local journal it the cyjpffeht of the nnd better ropro is prosper Uy locality ropresouted py iu   

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