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Bakersfield Daily Californian (Newspaper) - February 12, 1892, Bakersfield, California Vol. Iii. X 30. Bakersfield Kerr county Cal. Friday Ferre Ary 12, 1892. Price 5 cents. Tue hips festival. A a i of 1�m1 House witnesses the entertain Niento. Offenbach Acou Ted. It does t take the jury ten minutes to agree. Hie a Roni Eulaile Ltd a built a it social. Gypsy of tit festival Lianti St \ Between four Anil live Hundred people attended Tho Given last night Iii Ait Church of this City. The performance was one Iii he could Well stand tin1 test of professional Eri theism and there Are none of the participants no matter meagre their parts who need fear thy censure of the Public. Everyone was surprised anti pleased and to mrs. I. S. Rogers anti prof. Taylor much credit is due for the successful Issue of a difficult undertaking. The programme of the festival has already been published in these columns hut there is due the actresses and actors a social mention. A to begin attire beginning a As a Wise Man has said the Bakersfield band throughout their connection with the evenings entertainment left nothing to be desired. The hand boys As they Are called seemed to realize that it necessary to put Forth not Only every Effort hut their a very bests and the hand music was in itself Are feet. Opening w Ith a Gypsy Camp in the morning those who handled the stage settings have reason to la proud of their work. To the left was a it Gypsy tent near the Centre in old fashioned Prairie Schooner while the environments of the Camp were such As to Complete the illusion sought. Morning dawns and the Gypsy Queen Persona Ted by miss j. E. Mcleod advances to the footlights surrounded by her attendants. All around the Camp Are gypsies in picturesque costumes asleep. Then came the Awakening Anil the chorus a Salute tile from a distance sounds soft and Sweet fall upon the ears of the gypsies. A tis one of their hand singing As she comes through the Dew mid the Heather. A i dreamt i dwelt in Marble Halls was the song wafted from the faraway and mrs. A. Mills Sang it very sweetly. Then came the Awakening the Camp astir the Queen upon her throne and the sixteen Little maids who first Sang the Gleeful chorus a Welcome fair morning and then went through the evolutions of an intricate Drill with the precision of trained soldiers. No one deserved or received More Hearty applause than the Little folks for their excellent work. The Gypsy dance which was incident to the March by miss Hallie Smith received a double encore to which the Little lady responded and should have answered a triple Call. Then came miss Shottenkirk a Solo As Gypsy Jane and it was followed by the Duett of the of Ping a the Gypsy miss Emily Conklin proved herself not Only the possessor of a Clear Soprano but an actress of no Ordinary ability. Or. Ii. Kershaw supported Lier but the Little lady carried Oil the honors. The mexican National air by Trinidad and Soledad Silvia that followed called Forth applause. The Anvil chorus was Well rendered Anil then came an intermission during which the a hand played and numerous Gypsy Maidens in bewitching costumes sold numberless baskets of lunch to the spectators. Once More tin curtain Rose Ali Stime on evening in the Gypsy Camp. Ii. La. Kershaw Sung a meet me by Moonlight alone a and mrs. It. In fish responded with the a a Gypsy a warning a which was sweetly and correctly rendered and earned for the Singer an encore. Then came in instrumental Quartetti mandolins Banjo and guitar the players being messes of. L. Packard de Willow Frank Carrillo and it. M. Paz. To one encore the players responded but were compelled to decline a second enthusiastic Call. Amid the Snow Little Millie Ardizzi Sang the plaint of tin Little match girl and very prettily she Sang it too. The Little lady was recalled but the length of the programme forbade an acknowledgement. Lucian Beer Sang a a i ii Happy moments a and Bis pleasing Tenor earned tor him Hearty recognition. Then followed some entertaining by play in the Gypsy a amp Iii which the band boys Iii gorgeous uniform Learned of their past present and future. This served to introduce maritime miss Sybil Conklin and Don Jose. Then followed two songs by miss Conklin namely a a Golden quadruple and a a i la in in the air. 11 Nisi who have heard the gifted lady need not in told that both select ions were exquisite rendered. Even contending against the acoustics of the House miss a a Onklin managed to reach All Lier auditors with her Clear Sweet Soprano and was doubly encoded. Hie Beautiful and appropriate chorus a the Angelus a Dom d the entertainment Ami then followed a social time and promenade concert. The Gross receipts of the festival were who Hie expenses being about $�?T>0, Leav Biga handsome net gain for the Church. N. Ofle Niueli who was brought Here from grass Valley at an expense of about to the county upon the and Basket charge of stealing a pair of trousers narrow from j. W. Withington had Bis trial before Justice Olds and a jury yesterday. The evidence fully warranted the statement of the Case made in these columns yesterday. The complaint was amended to read a Misdemeanour embezzlement. It was proven that the trousers had been worn a year i in fore. Being left at the tailor shop and that flow four months had been allowed to pass during which time or. Withington called once or twice for Bis garments and was told by ranch the partner of often Bach that lie knew nothing about them. It was shown that Withington bad ample time to have caused the arrest of Rasch but did not do so and made no Effort to recover the value of the trousers. Witnesses testified that Offenbach did not know that his partner Here had not returned Withington a property the latter having never written to him and it was also shown that Offenbach j it lilt a not know his partner bad left this familiarly i it it Ity tit us she a my of Quot of a i protected ii anti at. A defendant f the Oft lost heavily by the flight of ins partner i who took with him All the goods in the store. Finally the jury was to consider the Peculiar circumstances of the arrest Aud that closed the Case. It required about ten minutes for the j jury to agree upon a verdict of not guilty Aud Offenbach was discharged the Only thing that remain is for the supervisors to pay or refuse to pay the heavy Bill of expenses for Bis arrest and return to this City. Or. Offenbach was justly indignant i Over Bis arrest and lie bad the sym Paliy of All. Ile returned to Bis Home i in grass Valley la night. Ii Irli i in lots last Iii shoot at a Tun Nii lit. The is deterred at Sumner every evening before Sunset. Births. Misc Bixa Neolus. Of i Iii Bakersfield february pie wife of j. Ii. Pm vie a son. La. P02, to h �t7s i Fricina y evening Poto. 3. Is tax. Escape of two shots tin chinaman. Fired. The chinese High binders continued their internecine War last night and it is a Miracle that some innocent Ted Estrin was not seriously wounded or killed. About Irmo of clock All toy a a i nest employed at the Southern was standing Iii front of the store of hip fling Wall situated just Iii the rear of tile tire engine House when someone stepped from a place of hiding and fired a shot at him. The i i Lief i Cut the rim of toys hat and he at once ran at full Speed Down the Street. He had gone but a few Yards when a second shot was fired the Bullet passing the Mug toys tunic just under the right a to pit. Constable Mills and Deputy Constable Packard heard the shots Aud at once hurried to the scene. In the meantime All toy had run to the Southern hotel where lie lagged to lie i Lindsey hotel Sumner California. Longn Vincnt ext Mon ii Mir Ltd tin rooms tie actor world famous the accommodations at the most reason a Hie rate the table Are Lait Wotli attorn tile Hest tile Market the liar is supplied with goods. The choicest of James Lindsey prop. Fetal Frank Carson s sporting pal Ach pm nor Ca. Dancing lessons Given free to gentle men. Vav 111 e s. Liquors and cigars the governor s reception. A citizens committee St work gramme outlined the pro Belliv governor Markham returns to i duties at the Capitol the citizens of Bakersfield propose to give him a grand reception. Tile reception will be non partisan tin citizens committee having it in charge being composed equally of members of both parties. The programme As outlined tit present is for a dinner at to of clock to which Only gentle ii will be invited to by followed by to recept Ion and promenade concert in the Parlours of the Southern to which the ladies will be invited. Music Ami Short speeches will follow the presentation of the guests to the governor and at to o clock the reception will lie at an end. On sunday several prominent citizens will drive from Here to or. De i Uez a ranch where governor Markham is staying and will consult him As to the Date for the reception and such details As he May desire to have a voice in arranging. The visitors will take with them their guns and join tin governor Iii a Days film aug. National editorial association. Citizens taking Steps to have the visitors come to Kern county. The state editorial association meets at Stockton Iii to Short time to make up tin itinerary for tin visiting editors and newspaper men who will visit the coast next May tis delegates to the National editorial association. There is to movement on foot among the citizens Here to Send one or More delegates to the state convention for the purpose of urging that the Eastern new spatter men be Given a Chance to see Kern county and the greatest irrigation system of tin world. Tin delegates to tin convention rom the East will till be Active working no a spa or men tin majority of them owners and editors of country papers and their visit Here will be of great value to the entire state. The people of Kern county cannot afford to have them return Home without having first seen this Section of the wonderful Sim Joaquin Valley and every Effort w ill be made to secure to fair shale of the time allotted tin delegates for sightseeing. Rumoured poisoning. While the Gypsy festival was in Progress thursday night a Hack was hurriedly driven to the door of the Hall and a limn rushed up to the Entrance arid asked for or. Fergusson stating a mexican had taken Poison with Uhdal intent and was dying. Or. Fergusson responded to tin Cal but Souik the patient to is Iii a lit and i could Iii sen pc no evidences of poisoning. James g fair lr., dead a Sjuk Ciul to the Call Oun an from san Francisco under tin Date of today a the officers found toy and taking him with them went Back to Chinatown to find the Man who tired the shots and who toy said lie could identify. After forcing an Entrance into several Den the officers found one All lock whom toy said had tired the shots. Both toy and lock were taken to jail and this morning brought Lief re Justice Winfield Scott. At the hearing a very different state of affairs were developed from that outlined by toy the night before. While two shots were tired in the Ohmi Street it is now believed that they were not tired by All lock whose pistol a now one shows that it Bas never been used. A lock claims that toy and other i High binders Are trying to kill him Otto nut up a Case on Lam to Send Bim to prison. As is to i ways the ease with chinese the real truth of the affair will never be Learned but the fact remains that two shots were tired Down one of tin streets tit an hour when any innocent passerby might Impi been hit and killed. Tin officers should tit once take vigorous measures to suppress the chinese High binders. For the past three nights there have been from two to five pistol shots fired Iii the open streets by chinese and it is Only a question of time until some citizen is injured or killed. If the chinese would restrict their killing to their own people and do their shooting Iii private no serious complaint would by made but the streets of Bakersfield will by like those of san j Vancise pretty soon and Iii the latter place no less than six innocent w Hite men have fallen victims to High Binder bullets in the past four months. Every Day brings a new lot of recruits for tin High Binder ranks and j now is the time to teach the murderous mongolians a lesson. Let the officers use stringent measures tit once to Stop this wholesale shooting at night in the St feet s. Personal. K. C. Bailey came Down from Ell Tejon on thursday. Mrs. Eugene Poole left for san Francisco thursday evening. W. B. Mckinley returned on sunday after a weeks visit Iii san Diego. I. C. St John manager of the Fresno agricultural works spent thursday in town. G. S. Bridge representing the Western Soldier of san Francisco is in the City making inquiries concerning the new company of militia recently formed Here. Or. And mrs in Dinkelspiel mrs. J. R. Davidson and Arthur Dinkelspiel went to san Diego last thursday and upon returning All of the party except mrs. Emile Dinkelspiel went to san Francisco. Do drop few Xiv raffle Tell i lease. Ivor 23,000 Anni it res in tin tiv full cd. The Hind is the finest of Bottom land Well watered and All fenced in. To lease fora term of years. Apply to j. C. Cebrian i Mmontgomery St. San Francisco. He i or. James of Neill and his supporting company of 22 artists who will present Dumas Monte Cristo i As played by them Over 3,000 times. Note it is owing to or. Of Neill having an off night that we Are enabled to present tins Groat attraction. Mission 750 Skadl a i. Reserved seats $1�?on Sale at the Southern hotel pharmacy. Kern county improvement co., Bakersfield Kern county Cal. Offers for Sale improved lands Orchards and vineyards at Low prices and on easy terms. A. M. 1totab1 conveyancer and Clark y in apis is drawing till kinds of ius tru ii i to i 11 h re in lint to the i Ransfer of property of intr depositions Hart Iene till Agency for non resident. On a r a Llorin 2, Kremlin i nun hunk. Ill Box so Kir no. I Al a lint savings Jaii i it for Sale. Advert seen of $1.00 p. This head my the Kern county improvement company s the Only reliable company in Kern it minty that make a Laud my of planting and taking care of Orchard and vineyards for non residents. E will sell you land Plant it to vines Anil Trees and bring it to full bearing tit prices that will net Yon too per cent on Tho investment after i year. We handle Only the Bent i nit Iii for fruit growing Aud non resident buying without hoeing the lands in ii vent a hired of being treated fairly Aud Choice lots being selected for them and Tho very bet care and attention Given to them. Thi company is under fill direct mud Uig ement of the Huitt Beo thees oni a it Tex As Mammoth who tin Well known in the fruit Bundu. They Are a i to proprietor of the Kim recall Trees from seed especially i secured by the undersigned for ids own use. The Only tines of the kind in the country and More profitable than tin Orange or Walnut. Iii autre Oil. Brower Bakersfield Flo Tel Tala i kill i Kolt t i by mis it at Vinks and m Zuj Quot Quot too too sultanas. Apply to k la. Loveland inf Krona Vine Ani Rosedale. Whf wanted Voogd girl to do Oen Kral us Hhd work Iii a family of two. Apply at the Southern hotel pharmacy. Foul anted a position my a Ope tent lady a housework or Cook Limner hoist Kelt address per willing to do Moi seek Kph fear a iwo smart to is with h0r-k8 to i deliver the do 11.1 a Kohn a n. Boys attending school preferred App at once to rent. Kern Valley Nursery situated on nineteenth Street Bakersfield California Aud carry a full Stock of Allyl Nanof Trees and vines fruit Trees Shade Trees ornamental Trees Rosea Etc. Of every description at Tho lowest Market rate. Tree guaranteed True to name and free from pests. For particulars apply at the no wry or add Kern county improvement co., Bakersfield Cal. Reference Kern Valley Hank. Bakersfield. Cal. It begin loom right1 invest voir havin ii in the citizens Mutual building and loan Assoc a of Bakersfield authorized it Spital is ,000,000. Shan8 $100 Encl. Phe Stork now i Hayden. Apply top Blit i pied by la. A. Iii the iwo booms lok Bent. Sili Able kor House i coing apply to mis Arter North ast Corner of k Aud Twenty fir streets jul St president Secretary Edward e Elliott d. Lbrown Vici president John m. Keith. Treasurer John j Mack dire told in. E. Elliott lint id he Rayfeld a Fergusson j Mack Keith Wiley. Atty. A air i reasonable or r in office i lass ofed e or desk Boom on address Tiris Jal Katf. Von i an Trot afford personal. Real estate transfers a kit Outch 11v i 1.10111 is h. Kern county land to to j la Wasson lot la Aud 12, blk 2,, n Bakersfield. J la w Assort to j b Bergen. Same considers iou same property As above. Henry c a Ampbell and Thaddeus la Kent trustees to Louis Schmidt w of Seq of Sec 2s, to is r 27. Pacific improvement co to Matt Hogtie lots hand a blk l>2, the Hachita. $150. George to c w my Akivis. Seq of tov1, Ami e1 j of -w1of Sec 211, to us r it. Loo s p it la co to Pacific improvement co All of Ace 21. A 31, r in. Goho. S p it k co to Western development co ne1,. N ent is by or i in Wahnon Heri Dent dentist still continues his sex or Rod pc practice at i office in the Burnup Block Over lie Bank of Bakersfield or. W a a Iii is Well known to Hie people of Kern county and has been a resident of Bakersfield for a no ii pier of years fell la i t a ii Field t t e k i it k Bock on hand catalogue a pattern Complete Send 25 cents for metro Mil j moult agent. Baker. Au22y i k,.v i Caj ne14 of nw1. Lots i Aud t in im1. Ne1, a.-14. Lots 6 and 7 in se1. Of acc 27, to so r Sii. -1 of ow1. Ii1., of sw1, Al Sec 21, to "2, r ski id 17. Estate of Samuel Sstanley deceased to heir see m2, w Kjof new of see ii to 2 a r 25, to and 2. Blk Delano. Hotel arrivals for Don i advertise in the daily _ a Vohs a n von tall to reach the publican attract their Trade la in of a co operative savings institution. O r plan of operation insures Large profit and absolute Security to investor to be without Stock Iii this company ii Iii i Yoe a Home. Ii Makis vol frugal Aneth Hietz. Ii will make Yoi Money. I i add to your inde be hence. Stock can be subscribed for at the Bank of Bakersfield of e. E. Elliott or d. Hirshfeld. Send for a prospectus. . Maude in a Kai Ili Lles of Hie californian i for turning out Tiro class Job work Are by tar he lest of any and the prices lower tin 8 i Arter Fresno s w Fergusson City a Hume do r Downing s f w l Ashe do i a bar. A Quot w j Smith do k mercy do w j Hoffman. 8 e w r Hall k of i Mhz j m Belick. Idly k k Elliott do j tan Aux. 8 e h c i John do r s Huck do to Bridge do of Levy do mrs j Wiley a y it w Hutchinson. I. 8 n Sel Helm. 8 e i heal estate insurance of Etc. First Clas in every respect / to red it Stock i will soil five More new Home or Wheeler Wilson no. Line Wing machine it $85 each Cath. Jyl Lotf ii. J. White agent. Read the want column of the daily a by Vorn i an. A Junit g. Fair jr., tile eldest Mou of sex Seator fair died suddenly this morning from heart failure lie was lib year of age his funeral w ill take Platte tomorrow at 2 of clock from the lick House la k w a Herman. 8 e i. M. Jyle will go from Here to i lie fruit grower a convention at Fresno on the 18th inst., As a Delegate from thi county. The Bakersfield string Tia Uil Serenata or. And or. Illey the newly married pair at Sun Mer wednesday night. Private rooms and Entrance for ladies. Fell Eastern oysters Frozen a Iii Slid Filiip and filial proofs made of Goren Uneill lauds. Town Ano country property Ai i Imu hand special arrangements for banquets parties Etc. Open Day and night. Meals from 25c a. French dinner 75c. A Rehfield. Cal aug amp it Kok Salk Chester Avenue Bakersfield Cal
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