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Daily Californian Newspaper Archive: June 9, 1893 - Page 1

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   Daily Californian (Newspaper) - June 9, 1893, Bakersfield, California                                A KERN FRIDAY JUNE PBIOI S Cram Old Pinto Killed in SanEmig dio It Took Eleven Five Them In the to Lay Him of Old Pinto IB dead He made a gallant but four trusty Winchesters In the bands of four determined men proved too much for Nevertheless It took two days of shooting and no less than eleven bul nearly every one in a vital to suufF out the life of this monster For upward of a dozen years has old Pinto been a terror to the frequenters and residents of the Ban Emigdio He had an especial fond ness for and it is estimated that la his long life he has killed upward of a thousand of those defenceless ani He has been shot at innumer able One man used up an en tire box of cartridges in one night pumping lead at but old Pinto went oftafter the fusillade of shots not at all the worse for the expenditure of A few days ago he made his appear ance at a sheep near the forks of the Ban Emigdio about eight miles from the ranch of ttie same The herder in charge of the reported Ma and there upon four residents of that Joe and Dirk James Brown and Juan determined to go after If put an end to the depredations which had worried the community so Accordingly last Tuesday afternoon they went to the sheep camp in ques and proceeded to construct a plat form in the branches of a convenient from which spot of vantage they intended to watch for his when he came for his nightly meal in the sheep Just about dusk they mounted the platform and were arranging their when one of them happened to look and saw old Pluto sitting on his haunches about forty feet eyeing them as if suspecting the designs they entertained against Juan Rouard at once grabbed his and taking hasty The an explosive struck bruin full the and toppled him He regained his feet at and started for the some dis tance Joe Harristired hitting the animal in the the ball passing through the ribs and and lodging in the opposite Jim Brown now brought his rifle to and bit the animal also In the body near the the bullet ranging forward By this time the bear reached the brush and disappeared from The sheepherder had been preparing his supper when the grizzly was flrsl but the moment the alarm was given he dropped bis cooking utensils and in much less time than it took to flro the he scuttled up a conveu ient tree and took up a position o Nothing more could be done tha but early in the morning dog were and they soon trailed the bear to a point about halt a mile from and at once attacked The four men soon came and Dick Harris opened the proceedings at about twenty with a shot that entered the bears skull and pierced hia He fell to the but Jumped up at when Harris again the bullet striking him the eye and penetrating the as was afterward Again Pinto fell and again he Then another bul let was put through his ear into his and again be fell and still again all the time growling ferociously and endeavoring to reach and crush both his canine and human Torn Harris and Rouard now flred both their bullets also pene trating the Several other shots were making eleven all all taking effect and no less than five en tering the until riddled with old Pinto fell and gave up the When he was dressed it was found that his skull had been literally smashed Into f ragmen to aiid his brain ground into The vitality dis played was certainly most and was Illustrative of one of the griz zlys well known greatest tenacity of ength and stood four feet His eet measured 13 Inches from toe to and 8J in The clawa on bis forefeet were 3 inches and his eeth measured the same In s estimated that Pinto weighed fully He was in poor condl and when fat would weigh half as much It Is believed that this is the same bear that Interviewed Fergusson ne day last catching that gen leman at a when he could not get at bin The men who killed Pinto say that here are plenty of bear in the Ban Emigdio and any one who tankers after an encounter with a grizzly can be readily The skin of old Pinto was brought o and on the road It created a mnic whenever a horse or mule camo within smelling It was put on exhibition here for and then sold to John who will have It dressed and mounted as a for which purpose it will bo most A Chinaman paid a round price for he animals and was greatly dis appointed that he could not get the claws as Besides the money received for the teeth and the man who tilled Pinto will receive SO from the superintendent of the Uenle ranch and from the Land The longcontinued depre dations of the animal caused these re wards to be offered for his destruction some time All that Is needed is to rove the identity of the and does not appear to be much doubt as to the ability of his slayers to do A lot of bear meat wasbrought to and was eagerly both by those who hud eaten such viands bo lore and by those to whom it was a QUERIES An A HINERAL Henry Hanks Makes a Present to the Henry the well known mineralogist of Bun has made a donation to the public schools of BakersQeld which is very interesting and It consists of one hun dred mineral and geological including twentyfive twen tyfive metallic twentyfive rocks and twentyfive The collection will fill a case six feet long and two feet in a letter to the CALIFOHNIAN regarding the shipment of the suggests that for their display there be provided a flat jewelers show case of good quality of the dimensions If this is placed on a table of the proper the specimens will bo shown to the best advantage and will be convenient for the The sides as well as the top should be of gloss plate glass thoroughly cleaned will be most de The bottom of the case should be covered with black paper or black cloth and all the paper trays arranged in numerical so placed as to cover the entire space there will be room between the rows in which to display duplicate labels If at any time If the specimens are then carefully a number will be found inclosed with Indicating the proper position of the When all have been so the case will be ready for The specimens are all cleaned and the labels have been written to Impart in making the collection an educational The CAUFOHNIAN believes that It voices the sentiments of the commu nity In heartily thanking Hanks for his which cannot but prove of great value In the education if our school Would It not be a good Idea to make this the nucleus of a comprehensive collection of the minerals of Kern county There ia nothing of the kind now In Arkansan Who Wants to Know About Kern A letter has been received at this of fice from a retldent of who Is desirous of removing to this and in which the following questions are asked What Is the population of Bakers field What are wages per month What is board per month What Is house rent What religious denominations do you have What kind of schools have you What are the prices of Can a person get work at any time in the yetr Are there many cases of chronic sore eyes Have you good water The population of Bakersfleld is about of the about Wages are and upward per including Oood board can be hud for f20 a House rent varies from to a month and the average be ing about per There are churches of all the leading religious The schools of Kern county rank with the best in the There Is a high school In Bukersdeld and good grammar schools in all parts of the Horses cost to each cows cost to and 16 to 20 cents a pound beef and mut 10 to 15 cents a pound per fiftypound with other pro visions in An industrious man usually has no difllculty in finding work at any time of the as farming and other operations are carried on throughout the entire twelve Nevei1 saw a case of chronic eyes The water from bored wells is as pure and healthy as water can and such wells cost but a small to A On Wednesday the second an niversary of their and OHare tendered a reception at their Father ere his departure for his new parish in The house was full to overflowing with friends and invited a fine lunch was spread and and everyone participated to the fullest in the pleasures of the OHare made a short addreos re viewing the pleasant relations which have ever existed between Father Bunnon and his to which the reverend gentleman responded with both wit and Are You Going to the Worlds Pair If It will be to your interest to call on or write to the undersigned be fore arranging for your The Santa Fe route being the only line under one management from Call fomia to we can offer you ad vantages for a safe and pleasant jour unsurpassed by other It is the only line running Pullman palace and tourlstsleeplngcars through to Chicago every day without change on the same It Is from 12 to 24 hours the quickest line from Ban Joaquln valley cities to the Select overland excursions leave every Wednesday with manager In Southern Hotel block Cal sore and such a collection Interest to would be full of Evans and It was rumored at Vlsalia yesterday afternoon that Evans and Sontag had returned to that place and were at the Evans A large force of men volunteered to aid In capturing the and the UOUHO was quickly but after a great deal of maneuvering it was learned that the outlaws were not Engineer who was running the train that was stood up at IB now the PortervlIJe and ho declares positively I that he sftw the two men on Wednesday night near the heading for It li not at all Improbable that they paid Vlsalia a visit and left before the rumor For Over Fifty Wlnslowa Soothing Syrup has been used for over fifty years by mill ions of mothers for their children while teething with perfect It soothes the softens the allays al cures wind and Is the bea remedy for It will relieve the poor little sufferer Sold by In every part of the Twentyfive cents a Be sure and ask for Winslows ing and take no other KNOWLEDGE Brings com fort and Improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rightly The who live bet ter than others and enjoy life with by more promptly adapting the worlds best products to the needs of physical be will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles em braced In the Syrup of Its excellence is due to the the refreshing and truly beneficial proper ties of a perfect laxative effectually cleansing the system dispelling headaches and fevers and permanently I curing It has given sat isfaction to millions and met with the pproval of the medical profession be iiuse It on the Liver and ioweU without weakening them and t Is perfectly free from every objection ible Syrup of Figs IH for sale by all drug gists in and but It Is mnn ifaotured by the California Fig Svrup whose name Is printed on avery also the Byrup f and being well you will not accept any If Hera In Something flood for Your Rheumatic If any of your friends are troubled with rheumatism have them read tills April I desire to say that Chamberlains Pain Balm has cured one of our cltl sens of rheumatism of two years stand One bottle did the This ticket agent of the now recom mends Pain Balm to all his 60 cent bottles for Bale by Southern Are You Thinking Of what you ought to take with you when you go to the Worlds Fair Your on fit will not be complete with out a bottle of Chamberlains Jholera and Diarrhoea The 2hange of water and fatigue and rregular during your trip are tlmost certain to produce dlarrbona and a dose or two of this remedy may Bave you serious sickness and perhaps much ProcureIt before leaving 25 ond 50 cent bottles for sale y Notice to The undersigned ia now prepared to sell five and ten acre tracts in he Virginia adjoining with water right for 60 per and on easy terms to parties who will take possession and iommcnce And will also sell some choice town lots on the nstallment requiring only per mouth on each I opposite Southern Pacific Paper Tbe undesigned commenced an apprentice In the cjlor department of a wall paper manufactory and learned little by little tho trade of designing and decorative work from 1U very work during fourteen yean of hud ness lu Ios Angolei ipeaki for The decorative work In Kill otti he Bavmgi tbe Southern Ilottl dining and many other plaoei In Da kernfield can eailly be aeen by any w lib to avail ihemielvea of bli training and The ONLY Interior decorative paper banger between Ban Kranolico and Leave at Sorlbneri or lend tbrm by The bear measured eight feet in of their presence waa set iaki ng The only Pure Cream of Tartar Ammonia No Used in Millions of Years tbe Standard SPECIAL SALE On Jane and on June wo will cloBO out Fifteen pieces Satin a now like regular price 25 cents per DuniNa TIIIH SALE at cents per Twenty dozen Ladies new and fashionable regular CO DURING Turn SALE at 25 Ten dozen Ladies Russet Leather regular price DURING THIS SALE at THE ONLY Horse Riding Walking Cultiva THE MACLEOD CLIMAx Will level and carry a by one hone with Victory at Rial nnd at April Tho Mauleod KxtenRlon rtaohtu under Into two The Maoleod Simplex twohone ujtlvator oonrertablu Into a three or fonr Knot of cultivated two dayi 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