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Bakersfield Californian (Newspaper) - April 29, 1875, Bakersfield, California KERN APRIL SOTJTHEBNCALIFORNIAN eUHLUHlD KVKRT THURSDAY BT CallftrnUn Publishing f MXSOue 00 Ylr near Chester lautre ono Inch space per month rurtlar business payable CHESTER Third North and Chester first loser ewh subseauent iileM inown to the noadver MtemtnU Inserted Local ten cents line first cenU a line each subsequeat KEWSPAPER JAW who do not give express aotice to the contiary are considered as wish I m to continue their 5 If subscribers wish their papers discon publishers may continue to seuu Iktn until all charges are If subscribers neglect or refuse to take tbtlr papers from the office or place where IbM are they are held responsible until Uey settle their bill and give notice to dis continue 4 If subscribers move to other places without Informing the and the pa is sent to the former they arc aeld Notice of removal should always be 8 The courts have decided that refusing lo take a paper or periodical from the ar removing and leaving it uncalled for li W evidence of Intentional TIME or TUB CENTRAL PACIFIC RAILROAD Changed are being mudo in the schedules for the summer At preaeit the run as follows Saturdays except p m ip m a in Lathrop westward m p in Lathrup eastward Oregon California Nevada ura am o m p m am p m pin p m it in um Ticket of ruou Tare from BakcrsBeld to San I ran clico or to Allens From Francinco or Sucmmento to Ut ad iil To New 1st C I old S3 118 purr R5 55 50 las 1UO CO Children under half 100 pounds All 100 15 a to 8 additional to New Sleeping double berth to SO curr Uideu to 8 Omaha to The finest and fullest assortment of GENE KAL MERCHANDISE to be found In tho Summer Staple and fresh aad and Canned Meats of all Twenty thouiand of a choice Tho choicest brands of OLD At by the case or Choice Liquors and A large stock of PINE And ladles and gents all The largest and best assortment In the county selected from thu celebrated house of Adalr PAINTS AND Paint and every thing in the An excellent quality of piua from the sawmill of Funk and EVERYTHING Usually found In a country The highest market price paid for Grain and other Produce And orders tilled carefully and CALL AND SEE HE Beforo purchasing THE HEAVENLY Docs the dark and soundless river Stretch so wide The homeward rolling tlln Over which have Our loved and early lost That their unsealed eves may never see The further Where amid this coll and We hide Is the realm of their transition Close at hand To our living land Nearer than wu dream T Can they catch the gleam speak 01 our and hear the words we And sec our deeds looking deeper thon oui eyes may Our needs they mingle In our gladncso Do they grieve When the ways of good we leave Do they know each thought and hope While we In shallows Can they bear the Futures high Yet lack the power To lead us to our or to arrest Hie hour When they find us bowed with Do they sigh Or when earth passes by For ilo they forget The cares that her beset Their wellbeloved Or do they wait And watch beside the golden gate For us r We are yearning for their secret Though we No answers ever full Upon our dullard oars To quell our nameless Yet God Is over wliatucr may be trusting my heart a little and wo Shall NEWS Of OUR KERN OFFICIAL COUNTY Judge of 10th Judicial TIIERON County Colby Sinclair Clirk and cxofllclo Auditor aud Crnlg District Coroner and exoOlclo Pup lie First District Third Freomau Bower Walker Rogers Ooodale Jewett Nurboe Church Directory Bivlne Service every In the Frcachins at It and 0 Babbath School immediately after morning at AH are 4TTORNKY A COUNSELOR AT LAW DISTRICT VENABLE ITTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW To be found at the Court House for the so34 MINERAL SPRING WATER OP BKrilllSUA WATEH IS ppurkllug Hid pleasant to the It can be drank at all who in dulgu In vinous and alcoholic stimulants will IIlid it tliu must invigorating draught ever provided In thu laboratory of It IcuTcB the system in a line coiullllou of health physically and It acts as a mild which ol should niako It luvuluiiblu to intelligent Thousands all ovur the country aru sounding Its praise us an uucqualcJ IIIUOUN Bathosda Water will euro by a free The water caisos pcraplnitlou no freely that It diminishes the bad It cim bs very readily seen that this Is a very siifu and natural ruined to conact the bilious condition of the system It sepa rates the bile fioin allowing tlio blood to be pure and I hivu HUUII hundreds of such caaus Tun tumbler fills a day should bu tukitn for three After tnat date It can be lukau more moder In six days you will tind a stimula ting and an tomiisculur exurtlou and meiitil elTurt you will begin to forgot that you have boon you will also forget your former bodily fatigues Notary PnVio Campbells Chester Av f3 O Attorn ay and Counselor at Third street near French Bu ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR AT LAW Chester near the Court ECLECTIC COUNTY PHYSICIAN AND SUROJCON Second one door west o Kern BukersflelJ Kara Co PHYSICIAN at the Chester Ave at Rlloys PHYSICIAN AND Kern county Surveyor of Kern Gouty And Civil Office at The Water acts immediately on the liver restoring it to a healthy From eight to tumblers of water should bu drank dully for thu liver the water should be con tinued for at ono but taken in less say six to mvcn glasses In Brights Stone In thu Urctor of Uliul patients must not tuko any It tea and colfeo aru they must be madu wilh the Bcthetdu Spring tlliLuiuutltiin Tbeso dlseasm usually synonymous with ox emulating are often caused by In digestion and dUtascs of liver uud kid Whim HO caused the water Is a posi tive ol Hiicli wlilcti had existed many yours In ispitc uf treutment of eminent aru being cliisclcd A halfpint of water must be drank upon niid bull an hour prior to aud UUIIDC wet with thu as hot as can bo wrapped tightly around the swollen after u thorough rubbing with tint No stim ulant or tobacco should bo uicil while suff ering with either of tticsu The clear bubbling wueu It Usuos from Its gravuly summer and registers UU and should never bu drank any if It kept doted tight at a temperature between 50 uud uud not In rooms warmed artificially above tlie water will not eliaiuu lor Tint hmbeen proven ninny tlmen ttud In ninny places thu water from the eliarwl oak bar uildvr the burning SUIIK of two sum as dcllcous us whun drank the ANALYSIS OF HETIIKSDA IIV orCOUJMUIA lu OHU or of 331 Inches arei Chloride of Sodium Sulpluto of Potasso Sulpliatu ot Sodium Bleurbomito of Bicarbonate of Magnesia Bicarbonate of Iron Bicarbonate of Soda Phosphate of a Slllco Orgaole matter Total you BALK IIY GEORGE Keru From tlic Sail Lull Oblspo WKAVK A KA TOKV wouk WD ultoii tioii to tin nouds of this coiniininity for u woolen Since we have received ut the hands of Isuuo figures in relation to the cost of machinery for the man ufacture of woolen Krom thcMO figures it would uppcar that the eorit of a liiginning in this lint is not so formidable The cost of a factory capable of working up two hundred pounds of wool a or pounds will only cost about at the not over In and about such an institution there will be work for ten This is but a modest little it is true but then with such a beginning it is easy to trace it up to proportions capable of the entire wool clip of the What would not such iiu institution do for our town and countv The value of our wool clip is in excess of two hundred and fifty thousand dollars a The con sumption of woolen goods in the county cannot fall far short of tho Krom the time our wool leaves the until it roaches we have to pay at least 100 per advance on the raw if by establishing a factory in our midst wo can keep this amount of money at we have so much more capital for the devel opment of other A large influx of skilled artisans would bo one of the results of this which means reaching out and on until it perme ates every avenue of production and commerce in the Such an in stitution is good for 20 per per annum on the capital ami that without the great risks of ordi nary mercantile There are fiinglo individuals in our town to say nothing of the millionaires of the who can well afford to put uji such a factory and not exhaust their supnly of pocket Sup pose a half of these men were to put their heads together for this poso and put up a factory of four times tho capacity above would it not be a most commendable and one reflecting credit upon them for sagacity and fore sight Who will movo in thin mutter From the Tulare TO since tho days of when the gold excitement swept from tho Golden State like a magical in fluence throughout tho whole civil and especially through tho Eastern has tho tide of emigration to California been so great as at Hundreds of people of all businesses and trades arc daily being scattered in the dif ferent parts of our Tho un usual severity ol tho iast winter in tho East is the principal cause of this increased We trust no sensible and consistent person will be disappointed as to our coun trys superiority in fruits and general No one need ever expect to find a favored paradise where fortune comes and trouble is un California is tho place for a young man to start in yet ho must not como from the Atlantic States with romantic notions and ideas of the vague old stories of Cal ifornias The man that makes life a success in this State as in all work for him Too many persons start from the older States thinking that when their journey is ended in California they have reached their goal and the end of lifes want a class of emigrants that wiil be con tented to wait a few years to make a Another error that many new comers is going directly to San Francisco to find employ That city is always more than supplied with laborers and Parties with lim ited means should not stop in the older settled localities where real estate commands a high price and labor is but go into counties where be had at a low lig All parts of the country that aro susceptible of cultivation There is a largo quantity of land suitable for that purpose in the and when scedeU will be very Alfalfa will food fifteen sheep to the while the same amount of range on the plains will but From this it is apparent that it does not rcqtiire much land to keep an ordinary band of It is not thought advis able to keep more than in one and that if in an al falfa would very small tract of require but a Wool southwest to the base of tho Corrd Oordo Range thtinru along the basri of said range to Lava Idint thence east to the place of beginning There are already a great many mines recorded and tho camp has a prosperous No1 tfioro paper will write more growing will be most profitable when people can be induced to raise a liner grade of sehep and grow alfalfa instead of trusting to good seasons and free From thu Aita TKKKPLANTW Santa Kosu Democrat speaks favor ably and encouragingly of a firm owning large extents of land in the valley between Santa Uosa and Iot and also on the high who have shown their good taste as well as keen appreciation of their own financial interests by planting quite a variety as well as a number of shade and ornamental trees on their own It is to bu re gretted that this idea has not had general recognition and acceptance in this There is nothing that adds so much to the beauty and real value of at so cheap a rato as do trees In this coun try thoy grrtw so take to soil mid climate so kindly and From thu Pacific Rural TllKCtUANUB AND TDK hlMlllUANTi According to indications from cer tain the Patrons of Hus bandry are to be held accountable for the present unprecedented im and tho Order is appa rently expected to take at once all these new comers under its As to the accountability wo refuse to accept it not because wo think there is anything to be ashamed of in the for in our opinion thii State has great reason to rejoice over this now but wo decline to ac cept tho honor in thin simply it docs not belong to it would bo a sort of Iivingstonirtn task to attempt to trace this riVtr to its or rather for they are as many us the individuals composing A great many im patient social economists pretend td nave discovered Mils to tho supposed origin of this wonderful but their notions are im practicable us aro tho attempts td control these waters as thoy enter our It wduld seem as though trio yircflS and are rapidly in creasing in and the persons who are willing lo help develop the same will prosper and gain Emigrants should not become dis couraged at the trifling disadvant ages of their new homes and sur or disheartened without a After living in this climate for twelve months few are satisfied to remain Many per sons who have left the State dissat isfied return to make it their YUAUS What a change then1 TO will be in Cali and especially in this twenty years from The many advantages and capabilities of this country will be The now doubted and unknown roads and avenues to wealth will all have been The soil and cli mate that are now unused will pay rich tribute to and as the survivor of the present day sees the he will wonder ut our tardi ness at grasping at the fortune so easily and upbraid tho Hip Van Winkles of the Then a thorough system of irrigation will make bountiful harvests a certainty on the parched plains that are now The foothills in this county will send nuts and semitrop ical fruits to foreign 1 Hooded horses and cattle will take the place of our now infe rior Our vicinity will be renowned for its natural The fact that this country has the largest trees in the and this locality the highest mountains in the United States will then be known and justly The richness of the milieu of this and ad joining counties will be no longer Init acknowledged as the From the Tularu TUB vegetable growth in this coun in many is certainly We noticed a bunch of al a few duvs that was forty inches with u very largo root thatpoiuitrutod two or three foot into the It grow upon tho ranch of near from hist years without any irriga eucalyptus can bo seen upon the same that grow from tho seed of lust years from fiftyfive to sixtyfive inches high from four and a half fee thigh four foot eighi inches fifteen am other plants and shrubbery in pro aturul treasure house of American Groves of eucalyptus will lot tin plains and modify the tom Nature has highly favored ur and when the works of irt correspond it will bo We were shown some very ine specimens of flax this that rew on the ranch of MI the plains north of lie that it has grown where sur rounding wheat fields have made an utmost entire and bids fair Lo make a moderate From the best information we can flux Is adudtud to this country and can be made a very profitable We will report in tho future all thu par ticulars that wo may urn so thrifty aud satisfao tory in growth and thai it is strange that so few have seixed tho idea of artificial groves and and acted upon There are sections of the through lack of moisture dur ing part of tho it may prove not so easy to cultivate Hut among tho varieties which may bo thoro aro doubtless some well adapted lo any At any most of them will need arti ficial supplies of water only their first many none at all at any It may bo doubted if there be any crop of any kind which in ten years will give such grand returns for the expense of their cul as will trees properly se lected with reference to the soil and We saw a paragraph re cently which described tho wonder ful suucess of trueplanting by a firm in New Tho results woro wonderful in the value of tho trees amounting to hundreds of thousands of Thoro is scarcely an acre of hind in Califor nia that may not bu made valuable by tho production of From the Oakland Dully is much hue and cry made over tho great influx of immigrants to this it is just what tho whole State has been praying for and now that they are everybody appears to bo frightened over If immigrants can manage to live in the Western and got through tho terrible winters we are inclined to be lieve they will not sulfur to any great extent in this State where they can sloop comfortably out of doors six months in Wo presume those who are coming to Ihis Slatn are coining prepared to start humbly and and have no idea that twostory houses and lands fenced and tilled are lying around loose and waiting for them to move They live the first year here much easier and cheaper than can the immigrants to Iowa and Minne sota or any other Western to which each year caravans of this class of emigrants The most of tho immigration to this State aro men who have had experience in new and who know just what to und have tho energy to in its high sense of duly in regard to caring for those thousands of immi should apply tho spurs to tho sides of tho Odd Follows and other benevolent and en deavor to bring them up to tiiilo but no such efforts aro manifested Wo do not wish by any moans tuin sinuate that there is any ncod df1 these gentle reminders in these for we believe they aro do ing their duty in their own quiet way So is tho Order of tluj Patrons of A proper sense of or even common would preclude any com parative display of good but il scums quite proper under tho pros out circumstances to as wo do without fear of contradiction that our order has done its duty bdth out mdo and inside the U lint tho Granges throughout tho land like the lodges of other orders have no money tosquundcrupon tho evlravagant of the willfully idle Worthy members of tho order will receive proper sympathy and aid but bummers will ndt bt If Ihoru has been liny fault heretofore in this matter It him boon on the score of leniency Tlio Grange in its youthful ardor has boon too ready to accept declarations of friendHhip and while the order is putting forth increased olTorts for the benefit of thd worthy the situation requires increased vig ilance in tho direction of false Tho welfare of tho hivO de mands Unit all drones bo oxpellod at TIIK Inyd in uii arti cle anouncing a solilomcnt of the dillieultios which had recently agi tilted thai concludes as follows Jt is enough to after referring to and WiswalPseiird elsewhoro in lluil long before Ihis caso nood necessarily have it wun demonstrated to tho satisfaction of every that noilhor lleddy or his property was to bo tho object tif any unlawful act at the hands of tin committee with which those parties were operating whild in thf light of subsequent events it i Purlins in the upper and northern portion of the and in the having heard of Tuluro as a grout shoci and wool growing country are coming here to go into that They are too lute by several years if they depend on out There aro now plenty oj sheep in this county for tho wiltl spontaneous and mon who anticipate going into the sheep bus iness will do well to go somewhere eliso unless they liuvo capital to buy land and raibo alfalfa for grazing do it unit probably tlio of llusin liuvo Luini laciuiH to do Wo no iuuHI for ul with u Stuto ilOO iniloH long anl from 20U to 400 miloH wiilo j with millions of aoren of land waiting to bo Histtltd which IH far Ijot tor than tho landu limy loft at tho with tho mini tilliiKi and iiitnlligont will produco all that man can Let tliiini and thon HOIK for room From the PuiiHinlnt IKI April Newt At a ininorH1 niuuling hold at u ininorH liftoun iniliiH north from u district WIIH 1 called Loo Jlark choHon IroHiduiit and Jordan Sourotary of tho ThomuH JJurund WUM Uo Tho liinitH of tho dihtrict uro UH fullowH Jonimoiicing at tho northeaHt corner of tho Granitu Mountain known tu tho Northern ExtoiiMion uf tho Coso Hango from thonco twontytivo miloH in a north oiinUirly dirciticn from thuncu flour lift had good ruitHotiH to appri htiid nothing wan fur thur from their notwith Htanding tho fuel that a train of cir HinisliuiccH iiinl fiiUo had given rim to a fouling of niiiinnitity toward wliicli WIIH wholly un juntifiod by a cloar iindorHtaniyngOl actual hiich im had thus boull brought In and with a moregeneral oxpiOHnion real foeling tnun M ofltfn vritrfcHHOi in court at tlio of WIIH lot UH CUUHOH and ovory ovil connoctod with lusting Krom tlie Tins cliinute IUIM many advantagiirt for the llo noodn no bun to nhultoi no Htublo for hi His IIOIHOH and COWH reuuir JcoJ than Ho can throim without Htaokinff grain ho can work nil through wintcrj ho can grow a groat variou Of fruit which will not thrift in Atlantic StatoH or Northern All domoKtic unimulH uro incroiwu inoro antJ with luto curt tlmn In
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