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   Bakersfield Californian (Newspaper) - May 20, 1875, Bakersfield, California                                a i s KERN MAY SOUTHERN CAUFOBNIAN Bf Jullnfl eheMfiy Kditor and 13 00 sbt fa near Advertising One square one Inch space per month for lar business payable Legal and special flrst Insci otieli Unless known to the no adver Miemtmts Inserted wlthont the Lot al ton eents a line tint Ivt Cints a lluo cacti subsequent who do not give express aotlce to the eontl ary nre considered as Wish lug to conlnuc their If subscribers wish thclrpapersdifccn publishers may continue to aeuu Ilitm until all uhargua are If subscribers neglect or refnsetotake Ihelr payers from the otllco ooplacc where they are they are held responsible until they settle their bill and give notice to dls sontlnue If subscribers move to without Informing the and the pa per Is sou I to the former they are Notice ofrumoval should always The courts have decided thnt refusing to take a paper or periodical from the removing leaving It uncalled for Is pi evidence ol Intentional PROFESSIONAL ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR AT LAW DISTRICT A Makers VENABLE ITTORNET AND COUNSELOR AT LAW To be found at tho Court House for the BcS4 ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR AT near the Court I AWRENOE ATTOUNEYS AT la Cnmp1eHH Bl Cliestor Lnwronco will Iw I n nal At all terms of ihn District and at Hie County vbou Liunlnexa of imporiniirn my3 j t County Surveyor of Kern County And ClTll OOlce at PHYSICIAN ALLENS attend to all cnlls lorin UakcnjflcUland the mirruuiidinK coun myO KCLECTIC COBNTT PHYSICIAN AND SUUOEON Second one door wrest o Kern Kern Co PHYSICIAN at the Chester Ave PHYSICIAN at Rlleys rilYSlCIAN AND Korn county Notary IPublio AND SEARCHER 01 Beol Estate and SptcUl attention paid to Office busltuBS Johnson Is supplied with ot titles of tho real cittute lu the as as com plete Of 1urelmhcrd of ruul estate secured and a general uuMnuis carried He bus boon engaged lu govern mont and other together with for the past four mid flatten himself of his ubllliy to giyi stitUKic to those who may luvor him with their novfitf Medical Dispensary CHESTER Prescriptions Illlod with and Medi cines of all kinds ut riwsnnnble I he patronage of the oltlzons of Kern Island re Bpvctfully PIONEER DRUG STORE Chester Avenue Pott OR Proprietor DRUGS Perftimery and Toilet Articles Wcvory at reduced ratoa for Only the purest and carefully or Surgeon and will attend to all PI calls day or ItiMldkuvuTrooob LUMBER LUMBER The subterlber a larRo assortment o WNE AND REDWOOD LUMBER Doors and at tho prepared to eiw and for Door and Window All trorlt promptly v KERN VAUEY BANK Hank Chester Aftnuc and Second incorporated Fekruary DIIIEC rOKS SOL A JOHN Buy and sell exchange on Sun Francisco in d principal cities of the Pud tie Deposits rucelvodt Eastern cxeliiuigc and leirul tenders bought and Collection State and County Bonds and Wurrunts und every klml ol lt Itlrauto business HOME MUTUAL INSURANCE OF V I Incorpotatcd FIRE AND MARINE Principal 1OO California Next door to tho Bank of Cash Amnt t hull M of the uuT75 ART ItOTHROCK it PHOTOGRAPHS In all tho Modern PICTURES FRAMED TOORDEH ra0tr L xi m b e r Oarlock AT THE A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF Pine and Redwood Jjunibcr Windows nnd Of all the regular and orders tnlien for extra Ijy the car load oral on the most fuvornble inyl1 FURNITURE DEALER LV Third street HAS opened a Kurnllnre Store and Munii Hiul AND IIEUROUM CAlt WALL LOOK1NO PICTURE Anything In his lino thnt miiv ho orduwd will do Inrnlflliod insliurt 1rluuit suit the Speuiul attcntlon Klvcn to repulrlni ol CROSETT EMPLOYMENT AGENTS 600 CLAY Sail Corinin and Seundluavlun help No thlrit of blcol Kobiilejoy WM tlialri who net Ajfiinit nhon bayonet Their horatapuu in tbtt old Their feet hnd trodden jwuwfnl Tliey luvnl not they dreaded They m whit to 111 In Tlint Uoil would mnns wrath No senn were but nimplemn Tut iisulti the futuro hid The nuauing of Hie wmk tbvy did Wmiuiuigs and dark aud doubtful Swift i tbe mnnaoni caino they left Tim plough ilmidiiix Tliehtfgronnd cotnKritlu the Thu siwle in tbo In Ttiry went rvlicrcduty Momoil to cull j Th y itircely jakcil tlio why Tbcy only know tlipy could And diaitli not tbo womt of Of mm for man tin liy they Thu em tliutlloiiuiutvl fr in tbclr Have tovn tUtumclvo bvucatu nil ThelrdcnthHliot He fpudiil And nhntluiuil nliiveiys cliniii a well On thehkyn u echo struck the vrurld Iht fatal echn It not dumb Tim llHtcuion a ccnturya The holier triumphsel lo Tho hridnltiuieif Ijvw nnd f tlio w rlds feet f The hawk ulmll with tlu fTliO ngo brotherh Iukiioiru to oihor rlvulnen Tlmnof tho And grarioiu intcrchiuiye ol When cluier iilnind nlmll t lill beiuuli Tho of our Tho lluo motlier1 IMIKIOTIC At the time General Grooms ro Rawdon from when lie hail passed Broad he was very desirous j little ami to semi an order to General who at that time jn the to join that they might f GlilllpiKtt EniTon OK SOUTH mix AN Far away in the interior of our loved country is the goodly com monwealth of Tt differs greatly from her sisters of the Pacific being one vast the highest mountain having an eleva tion of less than a thousand Its greatest beauties nre its inland sens some counties containing almost as much water as the is between two of u chain of which fair rivals of any in There is an old See and but we would advise people to Seo Madison and After one has made a fortune andhas a of the we would adviso him to spend it in Wisconsin has a place in ns being among the sicurs of the war with Black Hawk in and its soldiers during tho war of the Rebellion did great work in Vir ginia and I3ut its inhabi tants of the nowuduys ary peace ful Mill many being content to live where their fathers and hope to lay their bones where their ancestors set them an Hut they are not all a conservative for there is much to disprove this The fair metropolis of the and beautiful occupies n i ite but a lew years the Indian had his hunting and plied his imnoo in the Meiinumiiee where now we hear the tuuuie of the steam tugs and vessels freighted for all of the Among many places of is the thriving village on the PrairieDuChieii division of the hi Milwaukee and Paul Hail twenty miles west of Milwau Wuiikcsliu is tin Indian pro nounced ill three with the aciint on first thus giving a the broad sound in both Tim in1 is beautifully locatid in a level val attack who hail divided hi But the General could find no man in bis part of the State who shming nnd is in was hold enough to undertake healthiest part of StMe dangerous The country There is no scenery mom IJennllriil to be passed through for many j thun many parts of 11 many pars o of miles was lullolblondthirsty MS among its wlio on every occasion that ollercd I of the little lakes imbrued their hands in the blood of We have soken of Th u spoken ol The fume tlio At length KmilyUeijof village is world Sfcr presented herself to General wido for its Ml MINKKAL The waters of which urn the ucknow of nil kidney and proposed to act as his messenger and the both surprised and closed with her J lo ticordingly wrote a letter and delivered und at the Dunbur is entitleil same timo communicated the con tentH of it to bo told Sum tcr incase of Emily was but as to her person or ad ventures on the way wo have no further except she was mounted on horseback upon a and on he second day the merit of discovery but under the administration of Kugone and his accomplished Joseph Mori both late of San we venture to much of success for NVunkcsIm is becuiiiing out nl he most popular sinmner resorts in the and OK TIIK its educational institii of its ogisl of her journey she was intercepted by Lord Ruwilons IH known as the Coming from tho direction of Greens and not being able tell uii untruth i lions are second Kmily WIIH suspected and confined in the State to n und as the ollieor in would not be devoid of maud liail the modesty not to search as tliefe are her ut the be sent for an old i limestone quarries all tho side Tory matron us more fitted for that I most of the business blocks Kmily was not wanting in and substantial residences having and UN soon as the door been built of this Much was closed and the bustle a little Indention has been paid to archi shoiito up the letter piece j and many of residences liy After awhile the matron hind public buildings would vi upon searching cure places of larger with nothing was found of a snsj But prolixity is a bad so nature about the j your correspendent cease md she would disclose j fore gets his readers to Suspicion being thus the As we have hoard much of the Ito ollicer commanding the scouts sufj sources of lured Kmily to depart whither she j some day tho readers of this sheet said she was bound hut she took u may learn something more of Wis route Konuj what circuitous to avoid further and soon after ARCADE t t Good Llduora and thu nerved ft 10 Tungates Sample choice ptopo of resort linn riv ccotly entlrelv rufltted und runovnted to meet the rapidly InuruHslng drnmmls of tin and lu now open forllioanirrtulninent of nil uwy favor It with thulr V flue new btock of CHOICE LIQUORS di CIGARS been nnd trcry attention will be given to BAKE11SF1ELD BBBWBRY 1 Street KJ3UN v The Bett of Layer Beer FurnMied To all pttrto of the and at the Brewery In to Eff Give tut a call ana uxamlno for your T ol tho road to SiiintorB she arrived in struck into wher Kinily tohl her and de livered Greens verbal message to in soon after joined the main army at Or MMc JJmln uj American Tun there has been some discussion as to tho length of TII lure wo would nay in its greatest length it is navigable TIIK FOOT or A The human hand bus often taken to the Divine Hut have you ever examined your horses hoof Jl is hardly losscnrioiisin its Its parts are somewhat moro yet their design is simple and Tho hoof m as it appears to tho cureless n more lump of insensible IIOIKI fan tuned to the leg by U It in made up of n series of thin layers or leaves of about live hundred in a distance oi fortythree miles and and nicely fitted to It covers near seven hundred miles of and there are some two hundred square miles of low lands uJoiifr its border that are inundated in addition in OIIHO of ox tromo This body of wuturis Hitlijeutto a rise and fall of seventeen foot between the ex treniOH of high and low water murks and tho of water evoporated from its surface in u single your is estimated to enough to cover Jivo millioiiH of acrua one foot Vinnllu uiSked a woman how rnanv ehickoim she doubt ing nor proceeded to count Shu took him to the bee kicked it and invited him to eonnt the and in Jonnintf a lining1 to the foot Then there aro many more layers belonging to is culled tho collin and lilted into Those uro Take a quint of pujwr and louvos one by one into thoHO of imotlier and yon will get some idea of the arrangement of the trul lay tho weight of a IIOIHO rustH on us many ejustie springs as thoro uro layers in bis four about four und all this is not only for tho eonvcnionlie of his own but wlmtover burdens may bo laid on Our Dumb Tiittnu uro twi things a woman cannot do pokeu lire and nlmrpon a lead Correspondence of the Vtsiilla At present thoro is no mill run ning steadily at there are two that run by probably half the By tho 1st of May the big mill owned by the Sumnor at will be in full It is to bo hoped that the results from this magnificent mine will far exceed the must sangu ine expectations of the I through tho liberal and intelligent enterprise of their have so much for this portion of the Weare in the main indebted To them for the road from Walkers Basin to Allens which goes to show the indirect benefits a successful mining opera tion will work when placed in the hands of a farseeing and shrewd to every one doing busi ness in its The Star on Pinto owned and worked by the Bullion has employed steadily dur ing the last winter thirty The which has fifteen has run regularly on WO The main shaft is down two hundred and fifty feet to the bottom and is still being sunk The ore in shows no signs of giving out for many months to In connec tion with their they have a sawmill where they muko their own and propose soon to open a wagon road from Kelso Cafion to Walkers The Sage land Company is sinking their shaft ami expect to put up heavier Their ore con tinues rich as they go To Jor the first the singes connect with the railroad to Allens which shortens the stage travel to Panamint and Cerro Ciordo thirty with a reduction of fare to San Francisco of which brings it down to a very reasonable It is to bo hoped that the Stage will soon find to their advantage to lessen their faro from Allens Camp to For a distance not to exceed twenty miles I hoy charge the modest sumof It seems that when mail contracts are not a paying institution it is made up by high there is very little j very few candidates have an jiiounced For lludgu there are two in the I Wilkinson and the incum Wilkinson is not a law but a man of nnllinching in and will make a good independent candi date for hails from Kern where for the last two years he has acted in tliecapucity of uty lie is active and oner and has done much toward keeping law and order in that place is popular and will make a good Moro TIIK OK understand the philosophy of this beautiful and often sublime phenom so often witnessed and so very essential to the of plants and a few facts derived from observation and u long train of must be reinein Woru tho and at iJI of a uniform wo should never liavo hail or Thu water absorbed by it in evaporation from the sea and tlio earths would descend in an imperceptible or cease to be absorbed by the air when it was once fully sat Tho absorbing power of the at and its ca pacity to retain is uppor tioimtely greater in warm than in cold Ilm air near the of tlio earth in warmer than it is in tho regions of the Tlio higher wo from the earth llio do we lind the Jlonco tlm porputuul snow on very high mountains in thu Jiottunt cb whfju from continued evap oration tho air is highly saturated with though it bo invisible and Uio sky if itii temper ature is suddenly reduced by cold currents descending from or rushing from a higher to a lower its capacity to retain moist ure is clouds uro formed and rain is tho It and like a sponge filled with water and pours out the water which its diminished ca pacity cannot TUB present rage for spelling schools revives an anecdote of Jen orul I fa hud drawn up tho rough draft of an in which the word wagon Tho Gon inserted one wg too und hlu oa dJMuovoriutf timidly uitkcd on what authority ho wagon with two iJffif authority of LiuuUmuht General commanding tho armies of tho thundorod tho poinpouu old Tho ut thought thu authority nuf JOXAII rut lievers have often told us thnt tho story of the prophet swallowed by n great fish was an They say being so long in the stom ach of tho tho minister would have been We have no difllctilty in this Jonah was a most unwilling guest of tho lio wanted to get However much he may have liked he did not want it three times a day and all the So ho kept j up a Jidget and u struggle and a I and gave the whale nolimo to assimilate The man knew that if he ever to get out lie be in perpetual We know men that are so lethargic that they would have given up the matter so quietly that in few hours they would have gone into fish blowholes and Now wo see men all around us who have been swallowed by mon stroiis Some of them sit down on a piece of whalebone and give They say Xo use 1 will nevergotmy money or restore my irood or recover my good They float out to sea ami are never heard the moment they go down the thvoiilol some groat begin imme diately to plan for They make a rapid estimate of the lengtli of tho and come to the conclusion how far they are They digup enough spermaceti otit of the darkness to make a and keep turning this way and that till tlio first you know they aro De termination to get well has much to do with recovered Finn will to bankruptcy decides financial Novor sur render to misfortune or discourage Von if you are spry make as uncomfortable for the as tho whale can make uncomfortable for There will bo some place where you can brace your foot against his ribs and some long upper tooth around which you may take a and he will be asgbid lo rid of you foi a tenant as you are to get rid of him for a There is a way if yon aro determined to lind it All our sympathies are with UK plaintiff in tho suit of Jonah vs Tlj PltKHHIIVK A you receive a sprinkle ii with fresh water then put it into i vessel cunlaining wind nourish the roots and keep tin flowers as good as Talto tin out of suds every morn and lay it sideways in fresl keep hero a minute or then take it out and sprinkh the flowers lightly by tlio hand will jiiiio Replace the liompicl in and the lowers will bloom as fresh as when gathered The soup sudnneed to be changed every third By observing a bouijiiet may bo brighl and beautiful fur at least a month and will last longer in a very puss able stale but tlio attentionto the fair but frail as directoii must bo strictly Or llio hist rose of summer wilj not bo left blooming but will A Boys COMPOSITION ON Tin gout is longer than n pig and gives lie looks at So does u but u goat has four My goat butted Deacon Til liugast in a bud and a littli calf wouldnt do A boy without a fat her is an und if lio mint got no ho is I wo The goat give so milk as a but it gives mom Hum un I saw one ut a fair one and wo wont in on a family Mother picks gocso in the and the eats grass and jumps on n Some folks dont but as for me give me a niiilu with a paintbrush Tho goat IM a useful aiiiiiiulrbiit dont smell as as nice boars oil for tho If 1 hud loo much 1 would wear a as old Peters L will sell my gout for three nnd go to the circus to HCO tho whinh is larger than five Father coming homo and tho baby IIUH got tho croup often dwell upon tho thought thiiliUiho last day thoro will bo a grout and torriblo oxjiosuro of hidden Doubtless they arc right wo Imvo the Oospol for JJnt wo belioyo that Uieso shnmtiful revelations will not bo moro uston isliinp than that other unveiling which shall display Jnddon suflorfngs heroically of solfsuc rifipo no vor noted nor approciatod on this loves deep and lander spilt Jiko water upon tho and HtrngglnH with anil victories ovyr temptation on which the 4Wea of all lioavoi inuy hmb luminous with pruibound tender Santa f A Chicago gentleman cannot un derstand why liis noplicw cigar flo jite in hiw breast and never hus thoni The man HiwmH to forgot that he is ClTT AJTP know that Ogd mado but man mado the with good Horace Groel boys to Wont and adt boys to stay at hotm btttmsi our knowledge nor advice tho numboY of young people crowd into our largo creases thn length tlmt sion which thinly wends ward with mnnv symptoms early ruturnv 1 ho reason for this state ofM things aro with heavy odds in favor of contrariness and total rj still young people aud many t ones protnr Uio risk of Starvation jt in New York or Boston to poaqo tml plonty in tho agricultural did It acorns to us the editor iVtvtluierg Mayttstne gets a nearer tlio true raaaon than any oliaf else has yot when lio Bays It can only bo wo fit tho social or social of American agrioulUiral UfuJi M Tho Amoneun fanner in all his ning und all his has never r maiTo provision for Ho has only coimiddrod tho pravisjon of t ting a Everything outside 1 of relating to BO cioty and boon lio gives his children the advantage of nut rooogV tho fact that Uioso vory call into Itfo a now set of i siwiul tho American J farmor wishes to koop his olutdrQU near ho must learn tho onca between living and getting 11 To got a j to become is tfid of cultural thoir families couio back to from their Bohooling and find this is tho onTy pursuit which has any rooogntion under tho nal must go Tho boys push to the eenUirsortho f and the girls follow tlium they WHiilo such is tlio staWs of tin agrictillnral It not hard to why Uio city people should bo upon farms slay in the city Far bo it from us to convey Uio idoa that all eity people know tho difference be tween living and gettmg a livingr we could iiiunij Homo largo and inlluential railwaymen whoso parlors und brains are lamentably baireii of taste and But their und tho wideawake children of even the poorest of re spoctublo can in a city speedily liud thoir way to tho rollnomonts and cult ure of u higher order of with out the necessity of leaving Uioir iiutivo towns to attain those d0 Hitable a STICK TO TIIK tho last yciitr or we oan number a of our farmer aequaraft1 uncos who have been lured to hnun oial destruution by tho glamour of And gointj baek and carefully looking up tho history of tho men wo who liavo loft tho farm to engage In wo lind that not ono ni ton has A oouie i to our knowlwlgo that in full of struction to thosn wlbaro tempted loavii tho liy his own ttHl crtioiiH aloiio this fwmur undated a haiidKotno and at tlm ago of fifty could took with pridu his broad acrosof HHi MB fluo herds and InoktC fi and tint of And had u handsome tiluH in tlio ban Twoyoars in tin evil ho wan induced invest in a dry good Laui fall his farm and stock were and lio Is reduced to ccssity of luy labor tg support hU f largo yot dependent All the accumulations of hard hardsh noiitim by thlu And this is not d solitary fivory roador oan count similar ones n hm own lUt of I hoy all teach the groat logitlmato busim tho buMinosH In whjch yoU hftv Lot well1 puotigh a A man who has Uyed Jife i farm who hnvi r1 Tho two are toil at one and tho trlok trade at tho If y6u bavq good keep adorn proud of you are done wlUi oyour the wit or   

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