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Bakersfield Daily Californian (Newspaper) - February 6, 1892, Bakersfield, California Vol. Iii. No. 31.Bakersfield, Kern county Cal. Saturday february i. 1892. Price 5 cents. The native daughters dance-1 a in re a i something about the san Miguel and san a Large attendance and excellent Loai Quot i Quot so All in Paci Quot a bra"c1�?T music the decorations. New today. Miscellaneous. Lindsey hotel goes Azuc sex of pies. House i fifty passengers on Board Wien she left Eureka. Death of a Pioneer woman a the Dent Aryls. A list of the guests present the parlor clears Over a Hundred dollars. the Hall Given Friday evening by san this City or. Ii. Hirshfeld has received a number of letters from parties owning land along the proposed routes to be followed by the main line and the brandies asking full particulars As to i Sumner California. I pm accommodations at the most reason Able rates. Tallies Are Laid with the Best the Market affords. Friday evening Fot it. A Atli. Nguu Einung of Tho romantic actor world famous Rio Bravo parlor of native daughters i the proposed railway and expressing in i the bar coast Steamer lost. Sax Francisco feb. Steamer Humboldt which left of the Golden West was a Brilliant Success. The ladies had decorated the Hall not profusely but neatly and very prettily. The chandeliers were wound with Smilax or Evergreen Ronies and from the sides and Corners of the room were run ropes Woven from paper and presenting the National colors. Flags were festooned Over the stage and elsewhere j making panels which were alternated i with Shields bearing the coat of arms i of the state or emblems of the order i at one end of the Hall the letters n. Iii. W. Made of evergreens occupied Ltd the 11 prominent place and in the big Bay Kuroki win of was the lemonade stand 1 supplied with goods. Tile choicest of James Lindsey prop. Or i Board and $5.00 per \ j is. A. Wylie has opened up a Al Farsi class restaurant and lodging House of window was the lemonade stand and a it ,.v a i a very profitable stand it was too. Last wednesday morning and was due j the Bakersfield string band furnished the music for a Long and varied pro \ Here thursday noon has not arrived up to noon today and nothing a been heard from her. Tugs have gone in search of her. It is estimated there Are at least fifty passengers on Hoard and the Crew consists of about thirty All told. The wires Are still Down Between san Francisco and Eureka and the names of passengers therefore cannot i in ascertained. Later r. M. No word has been received and should she not appear before night the Revenue Cutter Corwin will be sent out to Aid in Sou Reb. No chinese employed Aud Coffee like your Febi i Mother made. Is Frank Carsons Orting pal a it Sumner Cal. Private rooms for families. Vav i aes. A Dunkard Colony. Riverside Cal., feb. 0�?for Over a year past negotiations have been pending bet wee n a representative of Tho Dunkard sect and the Ferris land owners for the Purchase of a Large tract of land in this Valley for Coloni Tion purposes. This week the Jinni details were arranged Aud about forty families will arrive from the East in a few weeks to make their Home in the new Colony. The Bell Case. San Francisco feb i. In the Bell Case today More affidavits were read. Or. T. Easton in one of them says that Schmidt who was implicated in the Case told him that hell was inno cent and that Campbell ought to he in Bells place. Schmidt who had been arrested for burglary said he had been promised his Liberty if lie would help stretch Bell s neck. Death of a Pioneer woman. Los Angeles feb. Ill mrs. Workman who died night before last at the Puren the ranch was 90 years of age and settled in los Angeles in 1830 with her husband who came from Independence to. Mrs. Workman belonged to one of tile old Spanish families and is related to a number of the a dil families of this Section. Floods feared. San Diego feb. 0�?the weather continues Stormy and the streams throughout the county Are running Bank full and it is feared if the storm continues there will be hoods to report in the neighbourhood of Tho tin Juana. Real estate transfers \ the following Are the real estate Transfer As furnished by Houghton amp Ligonier for saturday february till up to s clock p. In. So s Gaut Ulm a ill Lek Ford to Winfield s Parrish deed $t>00. So of be �?T4 of see to to 31, r 29. W infield 8 Parrish to h s Dant and a p Bick Ford mortgage $17r>. Ame property As above. Winfield .8 Parrish to Hugh a kludge mortgage. $125. Same property a above. S s Gartand a p Bickford to m Rickard deed 300. W1 a of new of se1 4 of Sec to. To is r 29. M Rickard to s s glint and a p Lizek Ford mortgage �7.fi0. Same property As above. M Rickard to ii a hold get. Mortgage $02.50. Same property. So Gant and a p Bickford to John Regan deed 300. E j of aw1 of be of see to to 31, r 29 John Regan to s s Gant it a1. Same property As above. Mortgage 7.to John Regan to Hugh a sludge. Same Pion cry mortgage fo2.50. Has j Lind Titi to j i lieu it lev of mortgage lots Laud it blk 371, lot a it in blk 872 s1. Of lot 2 in blk 288, Bakersfield. B ardiz/1 to Jim t de w itt release of to t Gage e2 of be. Of see 21, to 80, r 2. This morning lieutenant t. W. Winston i. S. A. Of the 3th artillery Ami sergeant Charles w. Brooks Ami Fred w. Ardell of the smile troop arrived in Lite City too men a recruiting office for the artillery service of the regular army. The office will he located with w. Ii. Scribner and the Kern comity boys who hunger for Blue Coats and brass buttons Cash scially those who so recently wanted to Volunteer to whip Chili now have the Opportunity of their ii ves to become a Boid Sojer to reduce Stock i will sell five More new Home or Wheeler a Wilson no. 9 sewing machines at �.33 each Cath. Jyl Lotf it. J. White agent. James Canty of Caliente was in town today. I gramme of dances and deserve mention i for the excellent time kept throughout i the most intricate of the dances i those in attendance numbered considerably Over the coveted Hundred i and everyone seemed to have a Good j time. Many of the ladies wore very hand some Toilette hut space forbids a detailed mention of them. In fact last nights dance proved that this Little City can Muster More handsome ladies than any place in the Valley. As there is no a Rose without its Thorn a and As nothing Here below is pm of so the native daughters dance must be criticised in one particular. There was no attention paid to Tian Gers and the unfortunate men if without acquaintances had to stand idly by even while at Lite time there were a no lither of ladies without partners and willing to dance. As the reception and Lionor committees were fore t to wheels of Prog rot composed of native Long terms not Only their desire to j see the Road built but their w willingness to twid it in every possible Way. Some of the letters Are from men Worth thousands of dollars and All they ask is to lie Given an Opportunity to j give of their wealth to Aid the new in i Temprise. Or. Hirshfeld will answer the letters i asking the w Riters to state in specific. I4 a a terms what they Are w Illing to do to ims be the my Chine a in Ner j help the Road. It has been ascertained that work would have been commenced Long ago on the proposed Branch Railroad to the built to the Asphaltum Beds and on to the coast but for the refusal of three men to Grant the right of Way across their lands. While everyone wants a competing Railroad still that is no reason Why citizens should attempt to stay the Progress and development of the county simply because the Railroad we now have is trying to build up business of the Branch Road is built As proposed by the Southern Pacific it will certainly be of Benefit to every resident of the county. It will open up a wonderful Deposit that can be rapidly turned into dollars and which must remain Well nigh worthless until such a Road is built. It by no Means follows that the building of the proposed Branch by the Southern Pacific will antagonize or defeat the construction of the proposed san Luis and san Joaquin line. The latter is a Long Way off yet although it is almost certain to he built while the new Southern Pacific Branch is right Here ready and waiting. It is certainly to he hoped that the three citizens standing in the w a of the new Branch will reconsider the mat ter and take t heir chocks from be or. James of Neill lodging week. And 11is supporting company of present Dumas 22 artists who will do liquors Hod Idof feb Civ was. Inti Monte Cristo As played by them Over 3,000 times. Note it is owing to or. Of Neill having an off night that we tire enabled to present this great attraction. -a.<a.m.ission. 75c arid. Is. Reserved seats Ftp on Stile tit the Southern hotel pharmacy. Kern county improvement co., for Sale. Advertisements of five lines or less under this heading $1.00 per week. A ii i Iii i routed Muscat Vinks and id Kim sultanas apply to k la. I Howland Macorona Vineyard Rosedale. Jau25d is of Bakersfield Kern county offers for Sale Cal. Wanted anted a position by a com be tent lady us housekeeper willing to do housework or Cook. Address Houser Kefer Sumner Felt w improved lands Orchards Ani vineyards at Low prices and on easy terms. Ringo smart boys with horses to i deliver the daily californian. Roys attending a Hool preferred. Anniv it our sons die Young ladies cannot lie censured for this one Tiaw in the otherwise perfect plan of their entertainment. Tin committee in charge of the lemonade stand deserve tie thanks of not Only the native daughters but of All the guests present for they furnished a delicious cold lemonade that was made out of Lemons and in consequent As refreshing us it was palatable. Tin committee consisted of mrs. Cross mrs. Weill misses Lott mollify Albe Wallington and Virginia Stark. The californian is indebted to mrs. Ii. L. Packard for Many courtesies and much valuable Aid in securing ail the news of which the following list of the guests present is a part. Misses Sybil Conklin Annie Foran loll Mouldy Virginia Stark Lida Jewett Etta Glenn Ella Fay Lida Stark Susie Allen Jessie Shottenkirk Myrtle Walker gallic Withington Josie Williams Emma Suender Hattie Withington Mollie Shaver Alice Gardner Annie Hirshfeld Lucy Cross Lottie conflict Hattie Cross Emily j Conklin Mary Smith Cora Dunlap Jessie Mcleod Etta Dover Annie Craig Annie Mills Mattie Bumble. Laura Forsythe loin Fay maim mumble Nora Winslow miss Dennis. Mesdames Hayden Packard Schmidt Arnheim Rousseau Jastro Baker Hirshfeld Smith Dunlap Belick i Packard Conklin Brown Keller i Macmurdo Scribner Leonard Mack Dinkelspiel Bender Atchison Light-1 Lier Weill Drury Olds fish of Neil Cross Valentine Merrick Miller w. Hunt j. Hunt Craig Conklin. Bessie duster Mamie of Toole Joy j i Craig miss Kershaw. Messes. G. Beday Harbaugh j. S. Drury it. C. I Caldwell e. Williams e. L. Willow j. B. Ferris c. Morris c. Baker Milton it. C. Haskell Merrick it it. I. Fish s. He Nouan Park i. I of Neil Ila. Miller w. James i e. It. Jameson t. A. Baker Dinkle Spiel j. J. Mack f. Buckram it. L. Packard b. Mcdougal 1 Brown a. Keyman a. Weill Baer c. L. Hollis or. Keim la. Glenn e. L. Willow b. Kershaw h. Blocker la. Fawcet f. Borgwardt la. C. Decline s. Smith s. N Reed in a. Hay a Den in p. Bender c. K. Decline or. Plan/., a. L. Lyghtner or. Goodwin b. L. Brundage f. Valentine de. Mcleod e. Rosseau c. Belied k. Musteller w. La. Scribner And i. Hirshfeld j. W. Ahern w. La. Dudley w. H. Davidson or. J. D. Van clerk or. Peterman Olcese w. It. Macmurdo m. Carlock j. Jameson j. G. Me Alpine or. Flositz or. Arn Heim Philo Jewett t. A. Baker g. La. Taylor. The total receipts of the dance will amount to Over �130, and out of this sum the ladies Hope to realize a net profit of at least >100. There w As a meeting of the committee of arrangements at the residence of mrs. L. Dinkl Spiel a this afternoon and a pleasant hour was spent As one lady expressed in a gloating Over the hard earned no report of the meeting could in obtained in time for today press. W. S. Levis w Ife and maid of san Francisco Are registered at the Southern. Mrs. Levis Arri veil from san Francisco last night to meet her husband who in company with sixteen hagfish gentlemen arrived from the South this morning. Or. Levi will remain several Days locating the gentlemen from a the right Little tight Little Isle upon Fertile sections of Kern county land. Fun Feather and fur. Largest Chic Ken ranch in the world ii Island in Bellingham buy puget the is on i sound there Are said to be 20, he different kinds of butterflies of Winch two thirds Are named. The remarkable australian mammal known As the which lays eggs and has a ducks Dill and webbed feet possesses a Poison apparatus much like that of a Snake. Two Hunters in the Woods of Shirley Wert followed by a strange animal which they finally killed. The beast proved to be an a Indian de Vii five feet in length. It had Teeth three inches Long. Of late naturalists have been making some investigations among Devilfish and among other curious things they have found that at the time of birth that terrible creature is not larger than ii common Flea. The camels of a scientific exploring part y which has Laten pushing through a part of Australia accomplished tile unprecedented feat of travelling 530 Miles in thirty four Days wit h hut eight Gallons of water for each Camel. Serpents sometimes Swallow prey so much too big for their digestive Powers that they actually burst from repletion. The instance is recorded of a Boa Constrictor which swallowed a Goat Lite horns of which pierced tin belly of the monster and killed him. The majority of sailors on the Atlantic Ocean religiously believe that the frigate Bird can Start at Daybreak with the Trade winds from the coast of Africa and rot jut the same night upon the american coast ornithologists say that under favourable conditions the frigate Bird will make 200 Miles an hour. Personal to rent. Fun to rooms for rent suitable for i housekeeping. Apply to miss Garter North East Corner of k and i Wenty first streets a Isth must Fash office or desk room on reasonable terms. Address l., Box or i his office. Jal def. Personal. Nantt Sthyr or. J. Ii. Wasson Rehl Dent dentist still continues his extensive practice at ids office Iii the Burnup Block Over the Hank of Bakersfield or. Wasson is Well known to the people of Kern county and has been a resident of Bakersfield for ii number of years Felt Hotte Rick Stock on hand. I Lull catalogue. A Field. Patterns. Complete Send 25cents for met rope a. Mollify agent Rakers jau22y i if you done to advertise in the daily c a la Volt m an you fail to reach the Public Ami attract their Trade. Al8dtf Rilke facilities of the californian i for turning out first class Job work Are by far be Hest of any and the prices lower. J. W. Wiley attorney and Counselor at Law Bakersfield Cal office one door North of rank of Bakersfield j allot f the Kern county improvement company is the Only reliable company in Kern county that makes a Busine of planting and taking care of Orchards and vineyards for non residents. W e will sell you land Plant it to values and Trees and bring it to full bearing at prices thai wll net you re per cent tin the investment lifter 8 years. We handle Only the Hest lands for fruit growing Ami non residents buying without seeing Tho lands can rest assured of being treated fairly and Cholee luts being selected for them Aud the very be to care Aud attention Given to them this company is under Tho direct management of Tho Huitt who Are Well known in Tho fruit business. They Are also proprietors of Tho Kern Valley Nursery us unfed on nineteenth Street Bakersfield California and carry a full Stock of Allkind Rof Trees and vines fruit Trees Shade Trees ornamental Trees rotes Eto. Of every description at the lowest Market rate. Trees guaranteed True to name and free from pests. For particulars apply at the Nursery or address 4 Kern county improvement co., Bakersfield Caf. Reference Kern Valley Bauk Bakersfield Cal. A s. W. Fer Tisson returned from a visit to ban Francisco thin morning. County auditor w. A Howell returned Home from san Francisco on thursday night. Or. A. F. Shafer and f. M. Graham of Tell Lichi a came Down out of the Mountain snows into tin Valley Damps today. Of i of Angel Aud Asphalt panic operating in this county arrived on thursday. Or. And mrs. John g. Wetmore the latter but recently possessing to Many friends Here As miss Eva Porter mister of mrs j. C. Morrison arrived Here Friday on route homeward and Are to x3 in or i is i a o a Hight in invest Vouk Havi Nib inthe citizens Mutual building and loan Assoc a of Bakersfield authorized capital 81,000,001. By ref $100 each Edward k. Elliott d. L. Brown. Vice president John m. Kri4 treasurer Jehu j. Mock. A d1re< Tous in. E. Elliott. I do Hill or shield w. Ker Mason j Mack a co operative savings institution. Keith Wiley atty. You can not afford Blankenhorn Secretary of the Oil Leet amp Lang wholesale and retail dealers in wines liquors and Glare agent and bottlers of visiting with or. And in Morrison at the Southern. Hotel arrivals j. Mrs a Crusoe c n i in soc 8 helmsman t k i Houston 8 f a Morgan City i f Crandall n a f Brown 8 f ii it Ferguson s f j g Wetmore a of t Poy Are 8 k mrs w i he Southern. Rosedale miss k Crusoe Homedale do w k Rogers Caliente Chad j i it of of if we Smith he m f Janes Delano a m a Curie. Oakland w a Walker. 8 f a b Evans it fun c a Smith. 8 f j Ickis City Levi 8 f the Belt Braw in the Market. The family Trade ii respectfully solicited Cor. 20th and l Street a vhf Xii our plan of operation insures Large profits and absolute Security to investors. To he without Stock in this company. It by n of you a Home. It m Are you frugal and Thrifty. It will make you Money. It add to your Independence. Stock can be subscribed for at the Bank of Bakersfield of e. E. Elliott or d. Hirshfeld. Send for a prospectus. . Maude real estate insurance Rte. 9 in there will Ben re i leu real thl sevening at Plede Raury Hall of the entire programme for the Gypsy festival in consequence of which the dancing school for thin evening will to deferred. I there arc about forty who will take part in the programme for the festival. Ladies misses a a t waists at the and children a Cor a a Model millinery. Nick Britz proprietor Chii quarters for oui and Frosh lager commercial lunch served at All hours. Everything pleasant Aud agreeable. Niederaur Block. Cor 19th and l St. Ia2dif flints Aud final fools Malta on government lands. Town Ano country Dou Etty Kok Salk Chester Avenue bakersfield1 Cal
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