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Bakersfield Daily Californian (Newspaper) - February 3, 1892, Bakersfield, California Vol. Iii. No. 28.Bakersfield, Kerr county Cal. Wednesday february x 1892. Price 5 cents a riot among convicts. Boston feb. 3.�?a riot occurred on Deer Island this morning said to be the outcome of the recent dissatisfaction among the prisoners. Soon after to of clock the trouble began. A Large number of convicts gathered and began making a horrible tumult and tried to resist the Violice who numbered about sixty. The police Drew their dubs and it was but the work of a Short time before Hie mob was under control. The policemen had to use a great Deal of Force in putting the convicts under subjection As a result of which Many of the prisoners were badly Cut. Delighted delegates. Good work Oono at the Railroad convention. The banquet last night the toasts and responses. Money no object. Long Ridge conn., feb. 3�?chas. P. Waterbury whose eight year old let of was kidnapped last monday morning went to the Bank yesterday and Drew out it it Buo which he says he will pay to the Abductor of the child and ask no que it ions As soon As they produce the Little one. The boy was brought Home this morning. Florence Blythe wins. Ban Francisco february 3.�?the motion of the Williams claimant for a new trial of the Blythe Case was submitted in judge Coffey a court this morning without argument. Judge Coffey immediately denied the motion. The whole ease will now be taken to the supreme court. Death of a California merchant. New York feb. 3.�?henry Wilson a merchant of san Francisco died at Chambers Street Hospital this morning. He was suffering from Phthisic j he arrived on Satin Day and was but i five minutes at the Hospital when he i died. Sacramento Republican nominations Sacramento Felt. 3�?the in pub Liean City convention was Belli last evening and nominations for second City trustee 1 Hie of police City attorney and fire commissioner were made. Sam of Posen san Francisco february 3.�?the actual trial of m. B. Curtis the actor,1 charged with the murder it it of police Chicker Alexander Grant on september Lith last commenced this morning. The Railroad convention is Over and the delegates have returned to their Homes hut not without a full appreciation of the present and future greatness of Bakersfield and Kern county. The convention remained in session almost the entire Day yesterday and the delegates worked hard. When the convention adjourned the announcement was made that a banquet would be served the delegates and invited guests in the dining rooms of the Southern. There was a Rush for Barber silo and Boot lacks followed by a demand tor Valise containing clean shirts and then at 7 of clock the delegates and the invited guests were ushered into the dining room. If Ever or. Morrison had reason to feel proud of his hotel it was last night. To the right of the dining room and extending its length ran the banquet table. From the chandeliers Hung great Bunches of Golden oranges yet upon the Hin the vivid Green of the leaves milking brighter and More tempting the Golden Hue of the fruit. Tile tattle was a bewildering Vista of burnished Silver snowy Linen and tinted glasses and Over and around All of it was the Beauty and the perfume of a thousand Flowers. From end to end of the til i de amidst the handsome Ware ran a rope of Smilax in the Center was a great Bank of i a France roses and at either end bowls of richly coloured cry Santher urns while Here there and everywhere Mere nests of Sweet scented violets Rich carnations and pure White roses. Covers were Laid for Twenty five and when win. Schuur the Steward set his Force in motion then indeed the delegates began to understand the trite meaning of Bakersfield s hospitality. The menu Moas follows Tion defined in addition to the general Lunier and duties of the committee the following that the meal it ers of the committee consult Lam yers As to tin possibility of the various counties building the Railroad at the Public expense and if it is found that the you census of Legal opinion is against such Proee Educ tile committee shall inquire what Steps if any can lie legally taken by the supervisors of the various counties or by the people thereof through the legislature to allow the Aid of the county governments in building the Road. The executive committee was also empowered to appoint sub committees to Aid tile main body and also to Call the convention together at any time they saw fit. The chair asked time to consider just who he should appoint on the executive committee Ami then or. Ferguson offered the following motion that a committee of one Delegate from each county shall be appointed to circulate a subscription for the funds necessary to make a Complete preliminary Survey of the proposed railway and furnish a prospectus of the same. It was announced that tile Cost of a preliminary Survey and prospectus would probably amount to $1,200. The chair then appointed As an executive committee Jno. , of ban Francisco o. J. Woodward and h. I. Colson of Fresno e. Newman and j. Dietrick of Tulare m. Angel and it. E. Jack of san Luis Obispo and s. W. Fergusson and h. Hirshfeld of Bakersfield. For the soliciting committee mentioned the chair named it. E. Jack w. W. Phillips Jasper Harrell and j. J. Mack. Alter returning a vote of thanks to is. W. Fergusson for the use of his office etc., the convention on motion of or. Dietrieh adjourned to meet at get Call of the executive committee in Tulare. The executive committee met and organized after the convention adjourned electing j. Ii. Wise chairman and m. Angel Secretary. No business was transacted. New today. Pound notice. I have this Day taken up the foe lowing animals which w ill i1 disposed of under the provision of ordinance no to As passed at a regular meeting of the Board of us i it Ervi sors of Kern county Cal. August 7 Elf it one Black horse branded j s. One dark Bay horse no Brand. These w ill be sold at Telephone stable nineteenth Street Bakersfield on saturday feb. 13, is a at 12m. At Public auction unless charges Are sooner paid and the animals taken Awny. D. A. Leonard. lot Pound keeper. Miscellaneous. Of Raj Ltd Ope big Housti Friday Sou aug Fob. Lith. Engagement extraordinary of the romantic actor world famous professional cards. To i. A. Haralson attorney at Law eighteenth St., next door wrest of Kern Val Ley rank Bakersfield Cal. J. W. Wiley attorney and Counselor at Law Bakersfield Cal. Office one door North of Bank of Bakersfield a Tiute for Sale. Advertisements of five lines or Leas $1.00 per week. Under this heading 200.000 rooted Muscat vines Ani 11 0,000 sultanas. Apply to k ii. Loveland Macorona Vineyard Rosedale. Jan jew of caught in the cogs. I his Eastern oysters. A Moi i to i ult a i it Sherry. Consomme of fowl with quenelle. Celery. Olives. Radishes. Salmon american . T Bateau potatoes Crest a Blanca. Sauternes souvenir. La bal we need for our happiness. Business is booming everywhere. Grain flour Ami provisions tire going abroad on orders in Large quantities and Gold is coining Back from Europe faster than it went away Early Iii the year. Banners tire getting reasonably Good prices for their products and industries of nearly All kinds show increased activity. The re Leal of the Mckinley Bill is All that is needed now to make the country Wade up to its eyes in . Just Tibout As much As the old lady needed the death of the Goose that Laid tile Golden egg. Horse flesh As food. Horse flesh is used for human food in Denmark Sweden and Switzerland and also in several parts of Italy. It is not considered tit for human food in Buchar est. Scotland or England. Attempts were made in 18t�8, 1875 and 18t8 to introduce 1 it into London but they were not sue i Cess to Ledger goo. Tyler in Advance of the famous James of Neill is in the City. Or. Of Neill and his company visits this City on feb. I lit ii next and it is needless to say the Advent of such a great actor and excellent company will Appeal to every Lover of dramatic Art. He will have a crowded House. The government has constituted a new postal route no. 7g, �11 from Rosedale to Bakersfield seven Miles and advertises for bids for a Tri weekly service leaving Rosedale tuesdays thursdays and Bat inlays at 8 a. In. And leaving Bakersfield the same Days it 11 3u a. In. The Jice dub received an extra treat on tuesday evening miss m. S. Conklin favouring them with some exquisite vocal music the Best investment Iii Kern minty to Day is Chi aint in Drury a nor it in addition w ill double in value i Sucre the second payment is due. Def if you Are suffering from a cough or it old one bottle of or. Bennett s cough in net us will give you relict. Dej Daw pure bred Pekin Duck eggs $1.50 or setting. Apply to jus. Hunter in 14 Bakersfield. Jai Dodty a docks tor Public in is had a Maude places jewel Nitro cd and Sal on i re store hit Naan a band livened thing up about town yesterday afternoon with a general serenade. Does anyone Ever see Pap Newman making Bis All night rounds a regular As he makes his collections. Advertise your a a posts a a for Sale a a for rent etc., Iii the daily californian. T Ude loin of roof my Frosh mushrooms. Asparagus. Supreme of sweetbreads with trudges. French Ith. Claret franc Billiot Terrapin in cases Maryland style. M a it Ach Ino Pinch. Roast Spring Chicken. Browned Sweet potatoes lettuce Aud Tomato salad. Champagne Veuve Clicquot. Crab Mayonnaise. Charlotte russe Orange ice Cream. Cheese Straw. Assorted cakes. Kern county rattus. Walnuts. Almonds. Bakersfield oranges. Bananas. Coffee. The following toasts were Given. The san Joaquin and san Luis railway. Response by s. A. Fergusson. Kern county. Response by John Barker. San Luis Obispo. Response by m. Angel. The delegates at Large. Response i by John h. Wise. The press. Response by c. Ii. Barton of the californian. The Eileen City of the Sun Joaquin Valley. Response by w. Vav. Phillips i Tulare. Renji Oise by j. Dietrieh. I our hosts. Response by of. K. J ack. The ladies. Response by l. C. I Branch. The Southern. Espouse to rat by r. J e. Jack and then by everybody and then the delegates said Good Bye. A afternoon session. At 3 15 of Loek yesterday the Railroad convention was called to order by chairman Blodget and the report of the committee on routes for the pro j posed line m As called for. M. M. Of Saughnessy the Secretary of the committee made the report. The routes approved by the committee Mere As follows from the Jaunt of divergence from the main line at a terminus just West of the Oast Range of mountains the distance to in built to Bakersfield is 40 Miles to Tulare including Visalia 511 Miles and to Fresno via. Lemoore and Hanford 74 Miles. The total length of the Road is placed tit 201 Miles of this distance til Miles is through a rough country which will Cost at least $20,000 per mile to build tin Road. The 200 Miles across the Plain or level lands can lie built according to the committee Cut Tim ate for $15,000 Jet mile Aud the committee re j Wirt cd the total estimated Cost of the Road As $4,820,000. The ret Wirt caused much discussion and finally to motion was made that the various counties through which the Road if built m ill run should build it issuing Bonds for the same. This Mot Ion caused a Quot till More heated discussion i he majority of the delegates arguing that Legal difficulties would prevent the plan timing curried out. Of initially upon motion of k Vav. Fergusson it was decided to a joint an executive committee of nine to is Toni a Toped of two delegates from each county and one from suit Francisco. The to at the Southern Pacific Slio morning Bruno thu Shacher to machinist got b s right hand caught Iii the cogs of a planer which he working and before the machine could he Sto it cd i he hand was badly mangled. The mounded Man m As taken at once to the office of or. Snook w to dressed i lie hand. The most serious injury is to the thumb and it is probable it m ill have to lie amputated. The ural Ladler is Moll liked by his i fellow workmen who will see that he 1 has every attention. Milieu anti tor. Kad. Gillett of Tulare one of the i oldest trainmen on this division of the Southern Pacific passed through the City yesterday stopping Long enough Iii simmer to shake hands with his Many friends in the shops Yard and at the be hit. Or. Gillette a journey is the pleasantest of his life for he goes today to Caliente where on thursday evening he will lie married to miss Ceile Anderson of Kernville. Or and mrs. Gillett will visit san Francisco Ami other cities of the coast and then return to Tulare to reside. The shops the Railroad shops Are very Busy there being three locomotives now undergoing Rej pairs and one or two More awaiting their turn. Of Niue no. 112b Mas turned out of the Shotis this morning a was Good As new and goes to Fresno for further duty today. Several new machinists have been employed during the Meek and still Good men tire wanted. Wanted Vav anted a position by a pompe tent lady As housekeeper willing to do housework or Cook. Address housekeeper Sumner. Of ctr boys to solicit subscribers to the an daily and weekly on commis Hiou. Apply at this office. To rent. Small Ottrue of four rooms on k and 25th streets. Apply to a. P. Kyr nud. I jan2i t Moo rooms kor rent. Suitable kor housekeeping. Apply to miss Carter Northeast Corner of k and i we to to first streets a Isth i first class office or desk room on reasonable terms. Address i,., Boxil this Quot lice. Jai Silt f. Or. James of Neill and his supporting company of 22 artists who will present Dumas Monte Cristo As played by them Over 3,000 times. Note it is owing to or. Of Neill having an Oft flight that we tire enabled to present this great attraction. Dry Mission �?�75c . $1. Kern Conny improvement co., Bakersfield Kern county Cal. Offers for Sale improved lands Orchards and vineyards at Low prices and on easy terms. I personal. or. Jil Wasson res Dent dentist still continues Ilia extensive practice it his office in the bitmap Block Over the Hank of Bakersfield or. Watson la Well known to the people of Kern county and has been a resident of Bakersfield for a number of years Fol t f it i i i Erick b Stock on hand. Hull catalogue. A. Field. Patterns. Complete Send 25 cents for metro pol j. Mollify agent Bakers. Jan22\ i if you Don t a do e Bise in the daily Cai ii you fail to reach Hie Public eau Hornet their Trade Tai Katf for turning out first class Job work arc by far Best of and and the prices lower. The Kern county improvement company is the Only reliable company i Kern county that make s a business of planting and taking care of Orchards and vineyards for non residents. M e will sell you Laud Plant it to vines and Trees and bring it to full bating at prices that will net you by per cent on the investment after 3 years. We Bandle Only the Hest land for fruit growing and non residents buying without seeing Hie lands can rest assured of being treated fairly and Cholee lots being selected for them and the very Hest care Ami attention Given to them. This coins any is Limiter the direct management of the society notices / 1 Olden West no. 73, brotherhood of j Railroad trainmen meet at 2 of clock sunday afternoons in Druid s Hall Sumner. Jam is Cenni no h a m. Master. W. A. He Hett. Secretary. Sumner Lodge every thursday at no. 143, k. Of p., Meeth h In. In Odd Fellows have Many a. Your eyes treated at a. It Jold Jyl Lotf f. W. Hickox contractor and shop Cor. F Aud kith St. Bakersfield Cal. Estimate furnished and All kinds of build fug it instructed. P. O. Box7. Building Bakersfield. Bakersfield Lodge no. Sem f. A a. M. Stated meetings on thursday of or next proceeding the full of tile Moon of each Mouth. American legion of Honor Mihalk toe Council no. Khiv meets the first Aud third tuesday evenings of each month. Lodge no. 342, i o. G. meets every monday evening. Kern Lodge no. The k of p meets every wednesday evening. A of a if a a is Quot i Quot Quot i i Quot i i in Xvi Al in ii Ting Recs who Are Well known in t it fruit business. They Are also proprietors of the Kern Valley Nursery situated on nineteenth Street Bakersfield California Aud carry a full Stock of All kindled Trees and vines fruit Trees Shade Trees ornamental tree Rosea Eta. Of every description at the lowest Market rates. Trees guaranteed True to name Aud free from pests. For particulars apply at the nunnery or address Kern county improvement co., Bakersfield Cal. Reference Kern Valier Bank Bakersfield Cal. Of Aker parlor no. To n. Every tuesday evening. H. it to Bravo parlor no. Is n. I. G. W. In meets at their Hall the second Aud fourth tuesday evenings of each month. Visiting sister invited to attend san Lodge no. 202. I o. I. K Meeth Over Quot Atn Rdv evening. Far 23 3d o i 3xt Loos a Trostl Fin inv rat Youk hav i Noh in the citizen s Mutual building and loan Assoc n of Bakersfield authorized capital $1,000,000. Kharch $100 each. K j to president Secretary Edward k. Elliott i. 1. Brown vice president John m. Keith treasurer John j. Maek. Unstick Lodge , a o. U. monday eve Nung. Meeth dire torm i k. K. Elliott i David ii Rishfeld h. W. Fergusson j j Mack ice. Tho i Ilion ice Niji airy has cd Tab Liu hed a depot at the Hout went Comer of i anti nineteenth a Treen where ice May in Bud Sud orders left which wit be prompt filled at Rea Somile rate the delivery Wagon will run Iii Bakers Field and Nullifier and for the Convell Wienec of the it Gilt the office will lie open until 7 o clock Iii. I. It. Hoenshell. Myl7tf manager the Nick Britz proprietor. T i. Meets every Friday Akter noon at the m. K. Church. All Christian women Are invited. Mas. A. ,Secretary. Hurlburt Foht no. 127. G. A r. Meeth first Aud third fridays in each month in Odd Fellows Hall. Assessment notice. Kio Bravo Vineyard and Raisin com pan. Location of principal plat e of business. Ran Francisco California location of works Kern county California notice is hereby Given that at a meeting of the directors held on the nth Day of Jan uary Jwj a an assessment of five dollars per share was levied ii a it a the capital Stork of the corporation payable immediately to octave it. Do by the Secretary of said corporation at tin office of the said company room 32, no vis California of feet Man Francisco California and Stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the i us Ilse of february im1. 2, will be delinquent Aud advertised for Sale at Public auction and unless payment is made before w ill be sold on the Lith Day of March later to pay the delinquent assessment together with costs of advertising mid sex lenses of Sale. By order of Hie Board of directors. Octave Gnu by seen tar. Office room 32, to. Wik California Street san Francisco California. Anil in id Ohrman Hothi. Best $1 a Day House in Kern Valley everything first ism. Bar supplied with the a co operative savings institution. Keith Wiley atty you can not afford her pin ii of operation insures Large profits Aud absolute Security to investors to be without Stock in this company it la Luh you a Home. It maker you frugal and Thrifty. It will make you Money. It a dds to your Independence. Stock can be subscribed for at the Bank of Bakersfield of e. E. Elliott or d. Hirshfeld. Send for a prospectus. A. C. Maude real estate i Risu pm r ice Rte. Headquarters for Loci and fresh later. ,.1choicest wines liquors Ana cigars. Filings and final proofs made in government lands. Town and country property kor Sale commercial lunch served at All hours everything pleasant Aud agreeable. Niederaur Block. Cor 19th and l its. Tal a def o a a Jef c. To. Pick prop Chester Avenue Bakersfield Cal
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