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Bakersfield Weekly Californian (Newspaper) - June 20, 1891, Bakersfield, California nPV4 V f1 rV i i 26 KERN JUNE SIX Price 5 Established PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNIN8 IllBMBHRR AND Olio TCRMSl 12 001 Six month ADVERTISING RATES ORDINAEY vertical Each vertical InchTwo 1 60 Kach vertical publications 1 7J Rich vertical InchFour t 00 4 00 Each vertical InchBy the half 7 00 Bach vertical luchBy the 12 W Fractional parts of Inch charged full Mace 28 per cent Double columnDouble the figures Legal limit Ixjol 10 cenu a aprUnlOM known by the money required In advance for all IF YOU OFFICIAL Superior Conklln Clerk and Packard Auditor Howell Hherlff Treasurer and Tax Baker District Assessor School Superintendent llarroll Coroner and Public Macmurdo County Kogers 1IOAHI OP First Dlstrluv Bonnet Second Fontaine Third McQce Fourth Morgan Fifth Clmlrninn JUBTICEH OK THE First Judicial gumneraud Menrul Second Greene and Nicholson Third Carrcre and Cialg Fourth Morrison and Benson Fifth Huntingdon and Bonham Sixth Olds and Wlnflcld Srnlt Hcvontb Still and Olll First Oaun and Powers Second Chltwood and Valrchlld Third Soma and Mnllaney Fourth James and Orr Fifth Olazebrook and Jeff Davis HUth Mills and Wlthlllglon Seventh Acunaand IF YOU WISH to IliiVc Kfoterl Ji fresh and IF YOU WISH to elothe youwclf and your family In proper style IP YOU WISH to purehanc unythliin In the line of from n ran of UmmlixH to ncnrof and to le suru you tiregetting standard and Imttoin IF YOU WISH to put new In your new locks on your new glass In your a new stove In your or new on IF YOU WISH a new mowing or anything In Hie line of hardware IF YOU WISH to sec something entirely new In the line of summer PROFESSIONAL 1 AT I1AK Oftlce over the Kern Valley Chester J HAH LOCATED permanently In OHlce In Ihe llurnap over the llauk of op posite the Southern MAHON IS ALL the Courts ot the Flnh Bullil inylMlf QORHAM ATTORNEY AT LAW oftVos over Kern Valley and 28 Nfada Block Ban T AHERNATTORNKY AT BAK Kern Ofllrv In dalles Nineteenth WA rooms 27 mid iKKMnntgoniiry St E ATTOBNKY AT ChCHter Avenue nenr tourt IF YOU WISH to make your home cosy and by furnishing it In a neat and substantial IF YOU WISH to add to the general at tractions by your floors and your walls in a neat and pretty style IF YOU WISH to serve your food In an attractive and durable set of IF YOU WISH to select your garments from a stock that embraces all the new ami pretty patterns for the coining season IF YOU WISH to see a handsome line of laces and embroideries in all widths and grades IF YOU WISH to do all this in a man ner that will be both elegant and and to do it at a nominal Riparian Law Is June A court and ease Including the the several a stenographer and numerous have been j transferred to this cily from Ittlmboldt The suit Is that ol George Illlss against William which Involves the right to the waters of the Hmnboldt The waters were diverted by Dunphy and prevented from flowing across Bliss The latter brought the suit to abate a nuisance caused by the maintenance of a The case has been on trial Ipefore Judge Fitzgerald of Humboldt for several and the An Important Dam Los May dam lit the Los Angeles river has gone This dam was the agent by which the Irrigating ditches wentilled and Un people at Vernonget their A Sad Low June sentenced to San Jucn tin and now In jail henawaiting I lie result of an appeal to the Supreme has become He had a succession of violent and since his recovery from them a phy who has examined alleges his mind is Public opinion has been divided as to his a large percentage believing that the court was a little too and thai certain par ties had shown considerable vlndlc Xellraskaj ir frtmi where Hwald lie slaw his and The Aooldenl at Port SAN col It liow Lioks M tf to effort will be nmde 1 Hslon oeeured on a single track between to return him for In oasen requi sition Is Hot asked of the Governor of this State for Ihe authorities can only release After Horse June to a dUpnkh received here yesterday 1ort Costa and near thc coal bunkers of he Klack Diamond Coal The Angeles express was going towards the plir and the gravel train carrylmr gravel for the new San llainon branih wns running ThenIs a double curve in thc and evidently neither tivcness in the The result Is that a feelingof sympathy for the man has cost the litigants over When the evidence was closed attorneys agreed to argue the this so that they could haveacccssi to grow stronger each day until Ihe to the Inw Judge litxgerald llnal crisis which has now appeared In Judge Hunts court yesterj Headers of the CAUKOIINIAN will from and HMMitliir tnilii Morris of that place are close after some Mim I hey are nine engines came together with a terrible crush and liolh were liadly and two other and they stole four horses at Kllmlwlli hike on train was night of Ihe 8th The have of thc other ears on Iron but the constables are express train were determined to enptlire the thieves and j case In j 1ms been which him continued j are running them day and night In the Ynccn lelts and buttes between the Mojavc Illg Hock creek and Lnn day mid set the argument for July remember that Kleinming was charged nnil found guilty of u criminal assault n domestic Home time The tint ears up on a hrakcnian on the i gravel was sitting In the cab i with the engineer and was pinned j down by the engine and Getting Rid of a mall was badly In June raisin gniwJllriMl the way ers of the county succeeded In eiHct lfl The Is at Onklnmt Ing the organ teal Ion of ihe Producers I James nccr of Ihe Los Angeles had 1acklng of An Exciting It was aileeted at a meeting of the growers which tixik place More than SCK acres of vines In benr cost The Ladles Preparing for the Worlds SAX June Cali fornia Committee of the Board of Lady inlv 11 Vn JHfri cxciung uiiiuutititmi were taken to Managcis for the Worlds Fair has K suuseiined to tne i i election on I lie Issuance ol i i minimumi ii rarlev o the plan ot I Ibis Is supposed to represent nonus to mum a umil is Umu8 it JK his hand The Injury Is wealthy ladles who will furnish grewsing money to reward ladles who may fur hlXH nish Hold and silver medals aonl The Supervlsom allege that they have the power to raise the will be distributed by the committee to those competitors most skillful in the various lines of art and womans Hu nt the conclusion of the Fair It is pro posed to reclaim all and OlfcT DINKELSPIEL Look in the for Sjwiiil Si i IPS every Thursday and REAL ESTATE AGENTS i money by direct tax If the Imiids tuv defeated nnd promise In that event to proceed to do One parly Is most bitterly opposed to thc Issuance of thc lo sell them In San lraneisco j bonrtBmMUhu lls Mtrongly In he proceeds of which will be devoted to some charitable my Large Shipments of LOK June Santa Ie last night carried eastward a special train of twelve earlonds of new This wns the first full train load cast this Other special trains will follow with which are this year of good quality and The Simla le road altogether sent iilmnt sixty carloads of these and the Southern 1aeltlc probably sent Maxwell Relegated to Private June general managing committee of thc Worlds Kalr today fulled to eonllrm Maxwell as Chief of thc IlorllciiUunil Dcpart j 1 le was rejected by a vote of has been placed In nomination instead of but the that double this acreage will IKHiilt scrllxd as soon us thu growers realize that business is The meeting will take pluee on the II Struck LOH June Went ICnd oil now have a steam pump at work pumping oil from Ihelr well at the end of Temple The oil is of excellent liolng worth aljout Ills very heavy Carl 1artrldge and arc brulned and They i San Fireman if the expnss was pinned under the lie has a scalp wound and hruIscHof the body and In ternal lie wim brought to next j Wolseys vomiting blood and very severely but may Koine imssengeis were bruised and but Radicals Demand a Full June strangers gallery In the House of Commons was crowded yesterday and Prom talk this morning It IH believed that a The Reform June nform school at Whlttler is tlnlshed and ready for and Uovernor Maikliam has proclaimed that it shall IHlawful for Ihe Hoard of Trnstws of the institution to receive Into its cure and infants between till ages of ten and eighteen com mitted to its custody according to to be cared for even This rale has been kept i up for several and wlll even be exceeded In the AND AT LAW Offlro lu otlil Jfillnwii S ATTOKNKY AT I Matuoira Clicmcr FAVniBTliicT ATTORNEY KHUN A Special attention given In mud probate and civil Ofllie lu tbe Kern All mutton taluliig to Real Enliitc alleiuUil liilillc a ATTOltNKY AT Tehaclilpa Notary JEFFERDS LAND IWTATK nud Mattrrii portalntnit to tho Ijiiul onice care fully atteuiled Wanks written 1lats KhowlUK condition ol lovcruinent IJUUIM Contest Kooms 31and S3 llarroll Cal PHYSICIANS OF Cheater iri Kern Valley Bniilc Fruit Shipments from June quantity of apricots were shipped fiiim this city on Monday Inst to Denver and other Thc fruit was secured from Vlsalia and was purchased at one and a half cents per Next wck several car loads will be slilpiHd lo Denver and Sample Brick from June that the place will lie tilled by a Californlan aiv not An Illinois Jjos June number of Illinois people living in Angeles county who have at one lime had a residence In Vermilion ind above the quality of the Ventura wells The prollts am about per The company will use the prooeeds of this well lo boiv other wells in the Making Way Tor June A move ment Is on fool among the capitalists of this vily to a joint stock com pany to purchase the Itaneho del 1aso as soon us It is ready for which lie In less than thirty The company propose lo resell to actual managing the business In a way that will liest promote the Inter csls of The First Apricots and June Alllnger fruit brokers of Ibis for warded the llrst carload of pcachaprl eolx of the season from Vacavlllc A ear of Halos early will ac good number of Liberals will go with their Itudlcal associates in any reason able ruhuko of the action of the j The popular representatives in 1arlla Sincnl demand an apology for the guin I of the alleged cheat I and anything short of that will Ian the Maine of Mpular A prominent liiUiiil said today a to the east nearly iVH cars of held a picnic yesterday at Vcrdugo oranges during the orange Hi A brass band accompanied the Is now shipping potatoes and cabbages I pleasure and dancing formed cast by An order was re1 a part of the The day was wived yesterday by one of the very pleasantly of the town from Janl tor twenty Too Many earloadis of which will be 1 The First American SAN June llrst American tin ifver offered In coinmer elal was put on the market here today by Hlewart who wlll handle the product of the TcnicKcal lln mines of th plain and frank declnmtlon In behalf of the Irlnee that henafter he would give no inline for urillcism would allay the The wanted an end of royal and sonic decent iiwurancc of good conduct In the The Bering Sea June Presi dent today Issued a proclamation ling forth agreement between this nnd that of treat Itrltntn closing the Bering sea mid giving warn Ing as to Its The agree ment wan signed this by Blr Julian Jamicvfortc inul WhinIon and the residential proclamation followed as quickly as U could be The Navy department has been udvlsed of the progress and necessities of Ihe case sent away in a few Bakersfield Agency of The San Francisco LIMITED John Chicago and United States SAN June The Ty pographical Union is seriously White Men Killed In tho Indian ecrned with the problem of what lo do June In with Its idle and a special meet dian scouts just arrived here bring ini Ing bus been called for tomorrow to Iclllgenccof the killing of three white devise some method of There men In the Indian Territory who had arc about ffiiO idle union printers In the IN Nineteenth ice hours 10 to Ii 2 to 4 nnd 6 to PHYSICIAN AND Kesldenco on Cheater ween 20th and 21st Olllcc In Fishs Chester Avenue and 8IJVKB ANI over BakortBeld UealdeHue on Jlftuter near 261U m IHYBICIAN AND illscases of Nose and OBtoo over Dlnkelsplels Bakers Office II to 1J IJ to 6 and 7 lo 8 FBKQUB80N GRADUATE IN WEDI lue and Surgery ol the Queens and ot the Koyal Colleges ol 1hyslclsna rit and URANDS Ale nnd EXTRA TALK STANDARD PILSENKK KRLAKUKR COLUMBIA ELK StfMitv Bwv i LAfiEU UEEIl and Bulk been peddling whisky to tne Swung June William Hluney was hanged heiv today for the murder of his dimming to Write a JSKW June ijays William iordon Ciimmlng has de says a letter from an acquaint inw of the baronet In London to n gentleman in New to relate his iwn version of the Trail by Croft scandal In a small volume which hit bring out at an early It Is thought that Hlr Kdward One proposition is to send number of them to other Family Trade Telephone OlTice at City Brewery U clue and Surgery ol the Queens and ot the Koyal Colleges ol 1hyslclsn and Member of tne Brit ish Medical Rooms 1 Odd Fellows SOCIETY NOTICES A Btatetl meetings on Thursday of or next proceeding the lull of the moon of each 4MERICAN LEGION OP MIHTLE toe tho first and d Tuesday oveulngs of each BAKKRSFIELD Mceti every Monday RKBN LODGE OK every Wednesday BAKER every Tuesday ARDIZZ1 is GENERAL MERCHANDISE T1IO BRAVO IARLOH IV meets at their hall I ho second and fourth Tuesday eventual ot each Visiting sis ten Invited to CORA Miss ANNIU KEKN LODGE every Saturday JUSTICE Mondav Csvhlir Potato Crop In the Southern LOH June The potato crop of this San Iternardlno and Han Diego now liclng rajiidly shipped to eastern Is estimated to amount to about Water how June TheiiIs no line of Investment In more favor herci lit Ibis lime than water Kescrvolr sites that command fair ex tents of watershed it re valuable ty and much sought companies to developc and store water on a large scjilu have IHCII organized One of the most recent and Im portant of these Is for the transforma of lake In Han Diego Into u storage This lake is and orders arc now In preparation for the Immediate dispatch of probably two iinvnl vessels from Him Kranclsco to where they will assist three revenue cutters In the tusk of driving I ollpoiiehlnKseallng A Big Mining June dis lateh from Untie says Vngnit asagcnlof the Hoths has Ixxii Instruetetl to close n deal by the hitler In Sep tember take possession of the great Anaconda copwr Thu price to be paid Is stated at between and The pur chase by the Itothttdillds Is wild to be AMERIOAN TIN ott This New ladnttry About to Bomo time ago gamples of American tin plato were sent to fcertain English asking them to notice thlfl new American industry in their It was thought it would be a matter of lit terest to them and their readers to kuoW that we were already making tin although the new duty would not go Into effect for months to A re cent mall brings the London Financial with a notice in the shape of A column of labored sarcasm Rhd feigned doubt as to whether the sample tent WM really American tin It is nificant fact that the London Times raises tho same question that onr New York Ttmea and other journals echo British sentiment have We have already fully answered our home bat for the benefit of onr English contemporaries we will re peat The piece of tin Bent to the Fi nancial Times wns made nt by the United States Iron and Tin Plate and this is what the president of that com says of it The material used for those has been produced from American iron or6j was first turned into pig metal In Ameri can blust furnaces American steel works converted tbe pig metal into steel bil leU the steel billets were rolled into thin sheeU of steel the latter were Of cleaned of scale with American and all tho work was done by American Work men tbat workmen either born in this country or who have by their own free will chosen America as their The only ingredient contained in those plates which is of foreign origin is the tin ueod for coating from 8 to 0 pounds of foreign tin to every 100 pounds of American steel Daring tho lost ten years the explana tion that tho so called tin plates are not J mode from tin but from iron ore s and only washed with coating of has been so of ten made by the lean press generally that any person who yet talks about the impossibility ot making tin plato for want ot the tin ore reveals gross The bulk of tin used by English manufacturers is imported by them from the Dutch But Indies or from and we can port U from there as the tin plates are as genuinely American as the tin plates imported from Wales are This showing is good in but we can go still In the city of Chattanooga a few ago they were celebrating tbe successful manu facture in the south ot basio steel from their ores and from their and on the banquet table for one Of tho courses eery guest had a tin plate made out of their baslo steel and coated with the tin ores tout from the Black made in American shops in by American and it was as V good OH cnu be made anywhere in the Neither tho London Financial the Now York nor any other journal at home or which devotes columns in tryingto beli American can question longer that we are making tin of which is American material and We do not claim to bo supplying the It is over two months yet Hope for June Florence thc American woman whose long and sensational trial for thc mur der of her Is still fresh in the memory of thc who Is now serving a life has brought defended J milt against thc Mutual Life Idserve lund society of New he who Sir William Gordon will write thc introductory part of thc friends through the new iondoii has resigned u wlll bring to that this suit will from the flubs of which he was n rcHiill In freeing memlxr and will leave the Suffering for June agitation over the corn which the govern eighteen miles In circumference and fifty feet is fed liy a water shed having an urea of four hundred squint miles and Is 1280 feet above the sea Ho many artificial lakes will be ooDHtruclcd In the foothills and moun tains In the course of a few yearn that a marked and bunellclal cltccl on the climate limy HAS June A fright ful accident occurcd this morning on Awarding Bids for Army June Klin ball commenced sending to various bld ICIH a list of awards for army supplies tuut whkh have just been determined thc The supplies aiv for the entire year and j aiv furnished to the following Korts San Carlos and Whlpplc In and Forts Wlngalc and AUiuduciiiue In New and Han Diego and Angeles In There were over live hundred bidders I mcnt refused to In view of the become so iirdered The feeling In Intense and a riot Is possible as there arc thousands of destitute people In flic THW Capital OKNER BUSlKEBSTBANSAnTKn I merest Fkld on Tern Everything We lake pleasure in announcing that we have finished our iniiiienxo un personally selected stock of comprising the following complete lines Grocer staple and Provisions wines and and doniestiu tobac cigars and In all popular brands shelf and builders hardware tin granite and agate ware arms and ammunition crockery nnd ulHsawuro wooilen anil willow ware drugs and patent medicines youths and chlldrens in the latest styles gents and chlldrons boots and shoos ladles and misses shoes and In all tho newest slylej dry fancy goods and notions ladles dress In all the new and nensotmble fabrics gents furnishing goods hats and of the newest We always keep on hand a lull stock ol supplies for mien STOCK of all SHEEP B11EKI1 Klc To living at a distance we would say that our facilities or shipping goods by rail arc uueqnaled by any other house In tho Our goods nro Hlilpjied to us by the Our warehouses ore In the closest proximity to tho and any order ian be shipped at the shortest notice and without extra ihargo for dray age and WK MAKK AnVANtKM ON IIIY IltOlltCK AT llirillKHT Gumming Slock Still June storm rising and thc value of the supplies aggregate j around the Irlnee of Wales Is fast gain about j Ing and the belief Is rapidly n j gaining ground thai It Is endangering Explosion of June big tho very existence of Kngllsh plosion of gasoline tHik plara here monarchy Much damage was done to Big Purchase of Mining June it transpired heixt today that a syndicate of llrltlsh capitalists have purchased the great It Is not yet known whether many pelsons wenInjured or The noise was heard ten Milieu I the Southern Pacific at Iort ar Los Angelespassenger train ilue at 1 collided with a wild freight train and the collision resulted In the death of a and the serious Injury of tho engineers and lire men of Ixith rull parllculnrs have not been received bill It Is report ed that several passengers were killed and many seriously Ramie BUI nppllca tlon of William Murray for u writ of mandate lo compel Controller Col gan lo Issue his warrant for the pay ment of thc salary of the Hiipcrlnlcnd enl of Itamle mi ofllcc created by thc last wns denied by Judge Cilllln In an opinion filed this The act Is held lo Ikuncon Discontented Jlllli TIlC Arabs of Yemen Imvn They i the linjHilal after a severe conflict forced them to retreat with a loss of an hundred for a foreign The If not the sole owner of this piiijicrty Is A Forest NKW June A great fire Is raulng In thc Adirondack Hundreds of iicnsare already burned over and The Adirondack mountains and In northern New have been summer for many veum for from New York Railroad Disaster In The latest accounts Dismissed the June olllclal Jt zeUt announces today that the name of Sir CiimmliiK is removed from the list of olllcers In the army as j her Majesty has no further occasion for y his Sllll Bad for Royal June clouds still silver mines In which were owned by tbcOmahu Mining A Big June Messrs IViier th great wine moi1 clitmlt have Their HablllllCM hang over the Irlnee of News paper commcnta arc more severe than M lulu tern of the gospel continue to denounce him from the The Uxorlolde June the man who voluntarily xurruiuhnd hlmxclf to the Hhcrlir and coiifciuietl to in us seriously has of Toleplxono Onll aBoo A Requiem In Weitmlniter ulng und u Into Hovcrc June A mjulcm In j cold uffeeted lungs and conllncl honor of Kir John MttcdonaUl sung j him to Nothing ban lately In Westminster Abbey this been heard from UiiJ mithorilies tit of thu collapse of the rtdlrood bridge while an excursion train was passing adds materially tn Iheexteiit nl the dis 1 1 Is now known more than jicrsoiiB lost heir llveHiind Unit sev eral litindiiMU were Water June The water burned down this Tho pump works building Is u total There was a planning mill connected with lie building and nil the machin ery Is totally No Another Callfornlan June The Hoard of Control of thc Worlds Kulr lodiiy re jciiled the nomination of Icmtnil Chip It now looks as If William Fumy of would bo Chief of the Horticultural A Fall of Heada Juno The Kmperor has ordcivd tho iHhcadlng of JHT HOIIS Implicated lu tho late riots which resulted In the destruction of nnd the properly of mlsNlonarlis and foreign before the new duty on tin plates go Into and twenty months be fore our bar will be We do tbat we will soon making so much American tin pinto tbat the which we have been annually sending to Great Britain will remain at and our workmen be correspondingly We ad vise our Freetrade contemporaries to drop tbe tin plate question and try to propound some harder Bummer Wear far In town tho straw bats will be worn with the tropical for the would be outot harmony with the nrbaii Nor will the 4 its dressifled chime with the burly burly ot business The waist belt might it does not look no Theflarinel shirt is not the overhead garment Of and a stiff collar upon it out town would bo a combination ing excoriation by all good men and The Cheviot shirt in patterns to tho taa and a wide cravat to tone therowij seems to be the veriest inspiration summer vogue in and snow The last winter seems to have the cllraatlo conditions of northern southern In the usual autumn raina lasted yefl till and in March the shrnt in gardens of Beidlaviok wereii full while Italy and Spain were1 swept by blluards tbat would have ap palled u native of North eral villages in the Blorra de C north of Toledo were lit in inkl on tho W ot April shoot of tha same gale seems I crossed the Atlantic and to haven tbe coast of New England with wreck Philadelphia A Culuml lulxrll Ullbort who boa for some time the employ of the Baltimoreand railroad as u bos arrived Search was mada for him Lawyer Harry the i to whom Mayor turned over u letter recently inquiring for The letter from where the to Tbe papers of Identification w pared by Lawyer abont thirty yeurs of is and is Intelligent He was atone a stndent of June abut tolr bnlldlngM In West Ihlladclphla j The Nature of His were burned A large number j June lllucMs from which Illncc Illsmurck Is Hiillerliig Ik wild to IKrhcinnallxm It bus Ixcn conllned In bin IKM for Ihrct days pusl and milferliiK A Notable XHW HiHIcly hem Is greatly excited over the nmrriiigc of leniiitl Hohollold and plnto of cuttle ptrUhed In the loss Is estimated at A Great Man May be Called June him JlHcn taken Hcrlously 111 nnd family and friends are greatly No Dliparaglng Comments on Juno Kmiieror has U to Inmade known Informally In tho flciiimu army lint any ilbjouir ulonofthi WnluaaflUlrwHl IK treated iw a giave If by the und u foriwvcre punlHhnient mnoug t himof lower An Unfortunate June lioio nt this thiK In tho arrvfit of Arthur u cliurgod wllh theft mid wh t1 Maryland not only Impendent of the hospiUl for the in tbe but one of the TooatoH of the nonreainint sj tho care of the No or lm of reatralnt were n btaM tbe aim being at all times to i mind of the patient and dlrfcf I tions for a novels abont to put woman who plantation
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