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   Southern Californian And Kern County Weekly Courier (Newspaper) - May 3, 1877, Bakersfield, California                                SOUTHERN CALIFORNIAN Kern County Weekly KERN MAY PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS OAHDS POOL nen SERVICED TO the Ladles of Bakerafleld and vicinih M i NURSE OF Word uddreKWxl to Her at BtocktonV will receive prompt to Attorney and Counselor nt KEBN OBce In lb rear of Eern JanlS If Attorney anil Counselor at KEUS Offlct on Olieiter Attorney Counselor nt INYO Pnctloti ID nil tlie Oourti of the GEORGE Attorney ami CouiiHnlwr tit KEBN In AJolie building Attorney nnd CoiiUNclor nt KEI1N jv4l ALVIN Attorney nl Xolnry KJJIIN floor Boillll of Olympic Re R E ST jSLTJR A 1ST Jiic Door XortU the rrnucli Chester OPEN TILL ONE OCLOCK Chef de This is a New nd will bo kept in a style not in worthy of the celebrated Maison oree of Tho well known vill preside in person in the nd will strive to merit a continu nceof the generous patronage that he Bukorsdeld public have hereto ore so freely and kindly bestowed ipon In connection with the house is n where none but ho best brands of will be dis selltf W TT E FHESNO Will praellra lu Cuurti ol Kcru Cininly SAMUEL Attorney nnd Coiiiisclor nt BAKEHSFIELD AND im 1 iter And lit II ill IrMunl nl uer morning IartiuulHr Httvlittun tKi1 oMlniuK WIGGINTON CouiiNolorN n MEItOED Markt will mleml UicoinUul Kern muni Keli 10lf GODFREY Attormjtt A at LOS Cnllectlonv muile in thn txnttltrrn ftml t AHxoim Htltnil to be lorH tlif I Mpu to ihf Ikod tllltl Do u BOUNTY IHVSICIAS M v u i o KEUN ffppnlnl mill li of Wumfn tit rblMrrn ttftirc un IU in tlic lurnierly by Maison Doree New Goods Recently Cheap Cash Store rTIIIK BEST SELECTION OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE Ever Brought to this Railroad Store Third Street GROCERIES AND DRY FRENCH B A K E US Northwest corner Chester Avenue and Nineteenth This Hotel is kept in firstclass is elegantly to no hotel on the railroad ol San Francisco or north of Los An Furniture and bedding The Saloon attached to the hold will always bu supplied with iln choicest etc 1olitc and attentive tUlciidan s in every department of the house Kvery effort will be made toplcasi Terms always Arlington Southeast corner Chester Avenue nnd Third Street D A K E U H I E D JAMKS Proprietor KJBIIN Office nt Drntr ArlliiKun Heililence nt the KERN Office wilb wliftra rao be At nil Iniiirtt uf lUtt und In ihe awning at lilit PlanFirstclass thn popula and experienced has und cxclusivo control of tho liinin I1i i o furnished in modern Hoaso L bliapo dark Elegant Billiard Saloon and 13ur on tho first Polito attendants in every do LADIES AND GEXTLKMENS AND CIIILDHEXS HATS AND Toys and Fancy Liquors Tobacco and Wall Conxtftntly in hnnil an iihunitiiunt of CANNED AND FRESH FRUITS WINK A7 ONLY 50 CliNTri A AGENT IOlt Sishops Celebrated Cough and Lung Urdrrn from tho cminlry pininplly ui LnwcKt Mnrkil Jliu piiljlic nrn invitoit tnnnll unit cxniniin inv Hliick piirelmHttiK i ui DESERT LAND How the Speculators WEIL THE MOST COMPLETE ASKOllTMEXT GENERAL MERCHANDISE OUT81DK OF BAN All Goods in this House are Marked One A LAIIQE SELECTION OF T1IE LATEST BTVLES OF all mil czitnilno tlio Nuwcnt and Bent Quality uf i O O T S AND SHOE Wo invllo luliliu iitlvnlion u our New Stock of fur thin AND COTTON LADIES OUTllTTINOS OF EVEHY or lli ICuMcrn Ml of Wonlun from UK ntid Hun JUMI Wuiilidi GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS Swcrputaku ill IIAIIDWAIIU AND tlAIllnNTEUS Bill VllliollH illlIT Agents for the Celebrated OCLMUNGO AN I NATIVK Ilio Whin lixili n Irrniiiim iti Hi Cfiilciiniiil public Kiiiiiully iru to cull un MILLINERY And Fancy ITRVKYOU DEPUTY MIXKIIAL KEIIN Nu HiWlHiin jWBWAUDIXti AXD flUMNEH Ipmtnl nf lUv unil kiAl BEAT GltAIX BAN CHRIST ADOROS ChHiUitnrni Hair Dye li flAFKRT ibtdui of BUck or nrown MIT SIAIN U Mtlly upon TI jo8tf for ur CHKJS James Nineteenth Tho JAMKS HOTEL having boon puruhaHed by tho ih kept in good AH good uccomincidatioiiH as can be found in the State A Firstclass Saloon Is attached to tho and the J3ar is supplied with ho very best quality of Patrons of tho house will find excellent good polito and every thing thut will add to their PACKARD I inviiii louatul in sec ond door south of to ladies of iind vicinity a complotc assortment of ami FANCY consis ing of tho latest and Fitting and Dress in king madu a Call seo und satisfy Sign and Carriage and f IN Paper ALL ITS Work dnno in tho best marinor and with by JOHN Kurnl JOHN STANLEY IMPOKTEHS A A NEW ERA IN TRADE JAY fe CON N E W S 7 H hcstcr Bakersflold rilK TJ1K LO WEST 1KICKS Gobbling Up the Pullic From tho Tbo Act of approved In rcli known the les it 1auJ but raised a fine Ufstiou to what in Jemrt land i i thin the Tlio nw under the most rigid construe ion in regard to wLnl nlull lie held o be dcnrt land opeim wide tin loor to alfords uuh an for fraud IM Und IUWH do not oflmi The firbt neution of tha Act for an tntrjr of C IU tlio pHyineut of twonly ive cunts pur aero wliuir tlm for vntry is o toll or usaigu ide title tinu uc iiirud in nowluie ami outicquiiitly The applicant U not required to re side on the to build upon it or o uttumpt to cultivate If with it three yearn itflur the application or entry the poniiUMifor siiull show hut he reclaimed il by thu use if he paynone dollm an acre and hib title Ilii payment of llie tirsl twentylive acquires lliu title of luture of a vested cannot bu n Uiul no one would ay even twuntylivo for en some purpose ind soiuo lo clluul its reclu This kowev is Hindu ol lens died b the fol owing description of whut shall be icld lo be which an Iclintd All lands exclusive ol imbcr landii und mineriil winch will without jc dtiMncd meaning of bu be piinnittoil to go on as lust as i can lie hut no fastor The e will lie no Imnn in keepiiiff i few icros for tho poor of tho next From llic A portion of mt rrnmin f tlio public domain nimpproprin ted in the Iauilic StHlrit ami in tin IVrritories of Idithii Arixmiu Ntw Mexiciiauil o lie up by speculator inder Desert Lund Tin ireathiiH covure I by thin Uw 0111 nenrly nearly oiinlmlf of tin erritory of the United nil of lie public Un the IHW hinn loose y cnnMtrutilfd lonitely tlml tlii unit Uieeivirs of vitrioii as totliccnn traction will Ai the Mini Uuoeivc f In Mnl I fit intei thn luw to include Hiid a large uiimbur of cations for laud of that description liRVf already been Some dnirp lund arc busy gobbling up all public Imnis in Kern and Tuhtre under this liberul The en Icrprisi been deemed NiifDiiently promising by Home of those land lo print blunk which their dummies at the Lund Olfico of the with l he necessary installment of twunty live cents per These pre emptions being they are front Iron An important point is tnado gainst tin validity of tho railroarl by Wagner and oriieyn for Jonathan against he Southern Pacific Railroad The point is that tho grant was never made to cover any land n this and that it has boon o decided over and over and hat thn joint resolution only gives IKHU the right to change tho looa inn of the with tlio privilogo f having tho original grant con rmed to This would of ourse be giving them the land inn place 1ir building the road in but still it would D0 Ining what the milroud company iu aikid for in rehilion to thievery They asked privilege of cHtoiinif the road to the original lie and holding tho lands that were a hundred uilea from the The attorneys thu case use this language in SDIIIU hint uiil luiuls within the tbiH which liui nied ly proof of two or nmie vreilililu under whilstulliiluviU ulnill lie laliil in lint Land Jllifc in which suiil lund nlial Itu llucu an tun pointN in this law to which wu wisn lo cull hpccnU J he is tint liHilily vviih which u lew limy inquire vast liuois ul jiinil and tin iho facility with which noi piopcriy dcnei l lanil may be iJechtieil and its liikiMi potiieMiion A pre iniiloi1 cuii iln iiolhin in lliu nay ut unuu transferred to the prnr Sev entynevnn of jirint d boon presented to Mut Uniltd Studs Surveyor jniienil for Culirorniu for liix in dnrsiMiicnt thut tint laud ccveivd hy them is not timber or Tin greaKM number oi apjili hih land wiili out a water ami nglilh an all held innler a liaa It ijii Mill to except lo sell to holm or company who on lib a vviuer i hem IH nolliing in llui law which piuvunlti Hiiy Ifoin n IMtl Hcrus ol hind in ins tonl cunvcyiiig hi nani4t to hoinu oihei pIltMl C3OOIDS LADIES DRESS Table ih nothing I present oiii peisnn or company I rum of HII the llrhilL Illlld in a biHio or u clunUir of Il il HiiuithJ urgud that IN no Imnn in tho title of waste lanil to to in 1111 lunitcd ihu aiiHwor limy ill mililn llic land which cnnlibh XVIIIIIMIH to no denuri him nnglil not in Incl be hind at I lie iption ol what blitill bu held to bn ilnherl land wiihm ilio ol llie law ioots and Shoes madii tooidur from Melecied Gouts Business Cheap and Diagonals for Dress Furnishing Goods nnd Fancy Groceries bought for arid Bold at the lowest uusli Provisions and allows iniich hilitiide 01 might nclcct u tract of and which another might clarify piuo A tract might be i desert oms year and reasonably anollicr nliinml any and bill mineral Und grows Minn und liu Will Iwve lliu dflino iln S ll bill IVIincloi vvlmll hllllil u tnnt n In a Tne I iAii1 I UIIIIS to bi d UllllMIIll t UBKIUL OH WOO WINES and 110 PIWNT BAX do nM ituy Juliu Our intuit ittf tlm of MH hU old 111 till noi ur cations have been for public on the shores of Hueim und Kern and on thu bunks ol Kern and San Joaquin How many triplications may huvit been tiled at the Viaitliu Utnd without being referred In the Sur veyortjttneral for ocrtilicatinn tlmt they arc ma tnuberor mineral land IN not Hut were Much up plication to cover six hundred forty quantity wliicl may be preempted ny any one per son under tin nearly lifly iliouhiind acres ol land is repro sunlfd in lie applications wind Inn e been ceililiinl lo has avoidi d Mating in his whether they me agricultural land or Irobalily ilicm lamlH art iiKiipabli of producing iigric il nmil crop without irrigation during the present owing to Hit IKcMssive however in not likely to In in urdi minly wet Under tho ruling of tlio Uogistci and Receiver of tlio SpMClllHtOr is JUKI SS irioilnly engaged in gobbling iij piibln in whiit is known MH Hie Slouch in Tn niri These linnht urn rop icneiitcd to In iinqiieslionnbly iigri cultural lands on Kiiylhing liku ai ordiniiry I In applicntion in thirui Utnlrt heiii filed in thu Visidia Land Ollicu inn Im warded to tin Depitrtmuii of ih Jntiirior for The spirit of tin JJesorl in evidently being in It certainly could nuvo liave been conlimiplalcd by gresi that it hhonhi in th way it doing in lliu Vmiifia Om If the rule which tin Regis ter find Hecniver of llie bund Ollic lit havi inlojiled wen lopn vail in every hind itmlrict covorei by the LIIIK it Uoiilil not laid long lor acru hindi I Inii into of a lew Im1 sjMi uiul i vu pur had liiIitime weelf to i urtiiin who hold i righln niidir ISlale laws to no juno lor a nominal Mini ull tho land in the Statu which without irriga tion shall not an actual vul uo for agricultural il it wore un fuut tlint tho world would comu to an end with tliiti no great harm coinu from this aliloruiu will not bo densely pop ulated within lliu noxt twenty Hut them IB no occasion lor thin ruiiemtioii toiuko comjiluto and in Uividuul pobnutibion oj i liu heritage which lulls to UH un u jou uratioiirt will come aftor UM who will wimt u ehunco to Tho so uaiiod land which will now The Railroad heir It will be SCAD that this joint res ilulion duos not purport to grant ny nor does it change tho rant iniuh by the act of July in any nnd by refer ing In the debates in Jongrosd up ui will be found that it was un Icrslond by Congress that tho reso litioii no other lands than lnvsu that granted by the act if July Now wo have Kfort seen that the act of July I made a present grunt where the Jo was then to build a and this uint resolution in no wise changes ho snd merely gives tho con of tint United Suites that tho may build its road upon the line And that esolution thnn only amounts to thiil llio United States con iioted to the change of route upon th condilion that the went to rccui vis only such of thu anils granted by thi act of July as should be found after is to be within tho frunlcd distance of tlio road if il should bu found upon examina tion that the was con structed within miles of tho line along which thn lands wore grunted lo they would receive nly those sections which grunted by act of July which Hhouhl bo found to bo within twenty miles of its road as in that would probably be lands only upon one Hide of the Tho provision of tlio joint resolution directing pat to be insiied relates only to lands granted by the act of July 1 HliU iteil hy for thi ID joint resolution inaken no And it apparent a patent cannot lie issued for land not that would bo a patent ixxnod without authority of A glance nt map will how Unit the as located mirth of Delano nowhere south and oust of approach the huils gnuilod to it by tho uutof nearer limn seven tylivo mitoi consequently it is not entitled to liny laiuU n rth of and south of puieiiis for whioh have already been issued by that company between those points were without authority of mid tun therefore abbolutely void decision Supremo Lhoniiun yet The land applied for by go in trucU lojbinglo individ uitlu would doubtluBu twunty hunutt bo fugnrly nought by tho crowd whom civilization pushed iruui iu Theru in 1 nig itood tliut uvury auro of agnoul Uinil luiid in ttiu btutu bhall bu mudu to contributo its crop at thoourlubl Abuorptioii of wrile anything for th uiul less lo revise Till con MuquiMico was some if noi errors crept into its An editor supposed to have cultivated such a kindly spirit of forbearance through toiUomi yea in of struggling with the wicked like thn good preacher whose example tries to he can fiigivt an error us readily as our inoaiil Preniduut can forgive u South Carolina and liu cunus H but let u compos itor fail lo eon ecu a few grammat ical errors whan and let tho paper go lo press with said errors rtniiaining and thnri hit good friend call tho oditnrn uttimtion to tho in just after tin edition is worked und it would be quite us possible to reverse the current of Niagara us to appease the righteous Indignation of thuod thin cliiiniiint IH not within thu grant cil along lino of route when tin grant to thu wui i nd therefore to thut IIH nniy and u too rh in1fi oni intftr iliti butitisUie liii I down by tliu SupromO on i uf tinUnited for thut null in ihncutuiii und ad page very pointedly suytt In sneaking of it nhould bo nolther uilfirgad by ingonioiis i or diniiniidicd by Btrainod ilm mutt caHA of sinull pox in thn hem pilnl find six under quaruntitio In Lc public kude by nitauidljjood number of horsed gfi in Iliut and mieh as will give to intention of to bn iiaoiMtuinnil from tliOMtuation oftbo und the nature of tho grant if these torms aro plain and unarm there can uo no diffioulty in iiilurprcling them but if they admit to different of DXtension and tun other of bo accepted in sense favorable to tho And if rights claimed under tho govern ment be sot up against bo HO clearly uofuiod that thftfO be no question of pnrpoue of gresH to confer In what is not firifM or by noiHBsary But tliQ W lorogoing languiigo was not and compiuhuisive unotlgbtv tu A nr TUB blind staggursis killing off a on 740 thil T f uu examination thuro about I hut the neighborJ of tho tho govern men bunttit   

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