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   Corona South Riverside Bee (Newspaper) - September 15, 1887, Corona, California                                 SQUfH RIVEBSÏDE^^ÀÎ^BEENARDINO CQUNT¥¿ CM^IFOfoflj^« mMgfe^, SEPTEMBER 15, 1887> JSU«^^  fOE MBY TERMS.  18 NOW IN TÄR MARKET ÏN TEN ACREf SACt^, TIíQÜ-SANDS OF ACRES ARE  KOISÎ A89 W I19  JkoA mtj be milde IMMEDIATELY IS&QFIllÄttPi  ' «Uilfà, etc. Tb» Immen«« ^ of tbe ranch enaUes buyers to chööse tracts exactly riaited to vegeUbles and alfaKa; te^oniDges, limes, and lemons; to oilyes, grapes, ' peart, prone», pewhes, plums, ^sgpirfes, berries ; to watoots and other Wts—  all staple products WÌ4» steady and improving markets.  imt AND VllliyABpS  AilQii on hinds  dryert parto» thè Chino land». No o»ber lands in the Stute gi» Wrer gnarantee of  .Al»*»'  RïyCONI  JOHN NOBLE  -DEALER IN-  Bry Cfoods, ^Oroceries, Soots'liiid Sboes '  And àll -Goods usually kept, in^*  GENERAL STOBÊ'  Ast |>ri<ie8 ¿8 low iisthoy ca« be elsewhere.  RlîkI€ON, - CALIF.  JBjyEBSIDEi  RIVEBBIDE.  GET PRICES AT  tbeLAUOBST PROFITS (at so »raí» ft cost) realijwd in the geowth of wge-MUes AUd all citrus «od decldtíoas fruits, and frcw» .  4200 TO $1,000 PER ACBE  . la different pwts of ilie.Btato irom many producU. _  The Soil is of Une^ualed Pertûity.  If U maiidj dMOBpoMd wgeUWe matter, wiO» wnd enowgV to privent baking - ' in dry and Iwo^lng muddy in: ■wct''wEdthc«-  fwi^^SSi&i^ii^iiifllt^^ Md ÀdjKltaf âw rocsk,'  -irltlijl ntdlonn slogA rf » to «feet to the mile,)u8t rightfor best drainng witfiout wttshlng  ABTE8IAN AND 8UBFACE WATER  :X$ plenttM,!^ «nd soO.' Art«rtinii8ao^i*»>oii»^we»tolS0*o«»fc^^  parta ol the tnust/ond an abimdance^of uaftitting surface water froiii 6 to Ï8 feet. More artesihn Weill are being sunk. Plentiful.supply is assured. The vh'ole-iract UM near. Pomona and Ohtàrio, in San Bema*dino County, which has fine public improvenuiits, cash ahead and enjoys theLowesr  THE TrnUB IS ABSOLUTKLY PERFÊOT.  J^ÏLB^ÔAD Î^ÀCILITiro^*^ Ijood'à^^ Dei»ifeof'thf t^o gn»t  ««wmW»!«*»: »ii>rt^« hiHre bceni»ade't^ th«iAeaitx#.:tti« tract,  by the FomàHa A Klsinore aiid Southern JPjicific companies, and « c^oad ; will soon be built cohnecti^ direcUy witf» two, compeiing overland iines. insuring Xiov FiiBn and Fskiouts to all inland and seaboard ciUes in ; . - <Bie United SUtes. ^  The Town of CHINO  itedii^the eehtreof the tract, with large, lots, broad streeto; alleys and i'iiir It «1U hfti^jirteiuii and'motor roana altd arteàbn  THE BUSINESS CENTRE  ^or a large extent of the richest land in Californi«. The tract noW ofTered «fU BUP-PORT aooo FAMILIES. Buildings are goipg up; Many are decided upon, »ith newspaper, bank, ete.. The hûid is ol&tc4 »P Vkby Low Pbicm at which Hioh IsTÉBOTcsBbemade ùpon the coslr Ko other «i|wtily valuable land is >oir^rMl,««^eap. Frieé« ii»éun»*o rapidly advance, «r* The most crldcafrnspection Is Invited-^a  IIOHÏ5-8EERER9, INV^SBTORS AND SPAGULATORS  ^Should examii»* tfcU propeify. before pw<i jw»«. One-third cash and balance in on?  and two years" ïut « pW oe»i. interest. Carriages and drivers always reiwly to show the property,  BICBABD GIBD, Pro]^r|etore  JOW Gi NOB/TH, J^^ N. T. BUim, AsBiÊtâkt.  I^AKUE&OO. WATCHES, CL0CÏ8. MOSDS, JEWELRY.  ' AOEKTS FOB 'Tnit,  fâçOT «uk^IKOf DÖMEflTIc! SETO«« «ÎVESSÎDE, CAL.  C. Wí PAOKAÍRB.  CAfeiCM«'8 BoÍLBI.XO, • JiiVEBSIPB. CAWr, Fo^k warranted.  COMMERCIAL BS RESTAURANT,  Opposite the New Row.ell Hotel, Riverside, Gala.  The Most Pleamnt Eating Parlors in the City,  CHAS^ H. RUSSELI^ I^opr. ^oard per Week, $4^50; Seven Meale $1.50; Single Meal!25c  Tables BUBplied wititilhe best the market affords.  A. A. WOOD,  WholèWe and ReUil'Deâlcrs in  Stoy^, Hardware & Tinware,  Croçkeiy^ Gla^warev Agate4ron ware, Pomps, Gas-pipe, Water.pipe, Wagons and Agricultural Implements of all Mnds.  lUtoriKO and PMWaiK« » ÇracïAiTY.  Main St.,  Uverside, Cala  Carries, the lai^-wit stcK:kin títé C^^ the célébrátéa  l^^rijps, Fluetoiu;. Carriages asÂ^ i^^^ ijjD^jr jr«^^^ ia jüks Hoyel Pattens.  ^THE ONLY-  With HoUo^ iron Axle, the best Wiig«jn btt  Farmii inaarket. _  street, oH Eightli. Cflrria^r nwtes given <injiH clai^iif  : :EI. 3B. s-r-Ä-isr^T^  AtToitkEY & CDÜNSELL^ AT LAW.  (Notary PijBi.ic.) /»OOÌAB » AO CATTLEMAN .BLOCK. Rivbbside, Camfobsia.  BBÄI-BB3 XKT  MEDICINES,  mmsBm ANB  EIVEBSIDE, CAL.  À. V. GILBERT, PBMIBKST. .  Á. H. ^AFTZGEK, eAsniE»,  L, C.'WAITE, yicE-P8jç«ïOÂHT. A. HAEBBBLIW, ASST. CASH«»».  Òjrange Colture at Bi1n»rÌM[e.  CAPITAL.. $50,000.00.  T=li'v^rsicie, Osti.  ÖlfOiTlD  (SUCCESSOItS TO 5. M. DRAKE.) I  boöb; statîoiîbry and music store,  NOVELTÏKS & NOTIONS.  SCHOOL SUPPLIES.  , - : .MAim.JSTREiEyr.:'mVE^ •  A. 1ÍÉITH. FBBsiiiirKT. 0. T. DYER;  J. A. BRENNEMAN, VICE PiiKST. MAWAOKB.  B.-C. DYER, Cash IE*.  J.-II. GOODHUE, ASST. Cashieb  lûveniidesfi Ibe best known pK ange producing Hseetiòn of Oalifor-hiit. The-friiit grown h«r«ÎiîtiaÛy brings thè highest price in the Eas-liem ûiarketB and thé i^uestloh pi culture has probably been "ioiore closely studied here than in.  .oth«'locaiity on the coast.' Hence a ;fihort arUcIe 'under the aÌK)ve captiW will doubtless" prove of interest to rMdeiiS of the Paci&c 'Fruit Grower.  Planting was «»minenceâ ¿at the il^vrnde o»lpny in th,e. seaMn of 1872-3, bui it ffàs .several years before any. exteariwe work in that line was dons. The total acreage tinder cultivation in thè valley at the present tiine is not" less than 7500 acres^ a large proportion of which are in oranges. The average «jize .of our ora^e 'Orchards is from ten to twenty aëres.  Many who would like to own an orange orchard in Riverside are de^ tjBrred by fears of, the great cost of the enterprise. The expense is, èiowever, not so heavy as rtiany suppose, and becomes .very insder-àte when viewed in, relation to^ the large 'profits «eaiized here in the business. <jt00d land, adapted to orange culture, Waay be had in thé newer additions to Riverside at from $200 to $250 per acre. In dn prdinary ye»r, twp^yi^-pM.b^ navel trefea, or three-year-old roots' maj Ito purchased at $l,ftO. This year they are Scar.ce at from $1.50 to $2.00. A writer in a recent number of thè Valley Echo, published at thisiplace, makes the following estimate of .the cost of a ten acre orange orchatd, three years from planting r  Ten acres of lund..................$2,600.00  Preparing the ground............. 50.00  1000 trees..........................1,000.00  Plunting complete ................. 50,00  Water, first year........................30.00  Care of orchard, àrsi year..... 200.00^  lucideat*iij ................ ..... 70.00  RIVERSIDE BANKING COMPANY.  RtVBRSXDlE, CMK.X.SXronitXA.  CAPITAL PAID- IN »200.000. INCORPORATED JJEB. 12™, 18S5.  Time Liuis KeeoUated 01 IsproTed Bsal Estate and Firiit Glass Sscsrlties Boiglt and Sold.  BPJBCIAL ATTEKTlOii GIVEiT TO COLLECTIONS.  NATIOSAt PARK BAJiK. New York. PACIFIC BANK, San :^ancl^co. MERCHANTS NAT'L BANK, Chicago. . FIKiST NAT'L BASK, Los Aneeles.  BCOTEILa O-LBiTWOOID, BIVERSiDS, OAL.  THIS PflPOLALR BESOHT IH SODTHEBH CALIfORWA FOB PLBiSSBE AHD HEALTH.  FINB PRIVBS ! BKADTIFCL OnANOE GROVES I MAGNIFIfS.ENT SCENEBY I  The VISITOR TO riverside will PINO THIS One op the best and JJost c.oinfortubl<: resorts in Souther« iornia. It is surrounded by two and one-hi.-'.ii«»s"j»f orange and-other fruit traes. shruWjc.'Y and law.is, a quarter of a mile of broad verandas, glazed In, vine .sJuJltcre;» of open sunshine, iis may be preferred for promenade. Plenty of suspy rooms with opiiortunlty for fires and electric beU service, HoW suppUed with the PUIlEiyf SPRING WATER.  THIS PROPERTY FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN,, '  F. jr. nicsAMBSOM,  Mmiager, - Proprietor.  GO TO THE CENTRAL RESTAURANT,  When Hungry. Fitst-^lass meal for 25 Cts.  Private l}ixdnj^r6om for Ladies.  APPOINTMiaiSiTS FIRST-OLASS.  Main ât., between 8th and 0th, s - ^  " Riverside, Cala".  Furniture :  The cheapest place in the County to buy furnitiure is at Cunningham's  Hovt's Bi,ock,^  MAIN STBEÏT, Rivuìsok^  CALirOBMIA.  RiYjam  Aitiieir aew quarters have just received the largest and finest .»ssorlmcat of  Harness, Saddhs, Whips, Robes,  Blankets, Etc., Etc.,  «nirtMiè gnmtb w- Ut» wam ratñ-ìner » aMij^ áoóth-  ër iri^tttion will  W. Kolmcs ili Paeffîc Fcnii Orowe^  The two foliowuig ySars, counting interest on juveiitiuent at eight per cent.,Ttrill cost............,..  Î3,000.00  1;330JOO  J^ver hrougkt ii^tQ Sari Bernardino. County, examine their Stock in the  Call mid  HAMILTON BLOCK/Biyersiae, Cala.  __- i- . . : . • • • . ..... —  Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, eto.  It will pity to buy. everything you wear at  TWO MTÚÉiXñ,  .1 . _ . - ► -  fUrergtAe«  Cost of orchhrd at eight years old from Seed.. ^.. 15,220:00 At the end of the third year the orchard will bear enough to pay the interest on the investment at ten per^cent., and ought to do á good deal more than that. Jn two moré it will bear from one to" one and a half boxes to the, treo^ which for navel oranges this year would bo from 14,000 to $6,000 for the product of the orchard. From that figure it will gradually ad-Vance. ^  ' Mr, Hewitt's orchards, (formerly Twogood's) contains about twenty ácres, only twelve of which are in bearing. From these twelve acres he sold this year's cròp of oranges, on thé trees, for $10,000. " The greater part of it was planted to; seedlings in 1872-73, the other varieties not being planted until 1877-78. The seedlings were four years old.  Mr. JohlÁtlQti.has twenty acres in oranges aníí'-""¿rapes. Thè oranges were ¿old, this season on the trees, for $8,000, and the grapes for $2,5.00. Many other similar examples mi^t be adduced.  .This season's crop of oranges was light, being only 300 car-loads, against 507 car-loads last season. The coming crop is expected to be quite large.  . Irrigation is an important element in all Bjiccessful orange culture. The, earlier American settlers in California very naturally adopted the jDoethod of irrigation which had been employed by those who preceded t^em, and wb^jro tba wüter supply, the character of the soil and of the £rops grown, makes this primitive system admissable, it is still lai gely made use of. With the rapid development of the. country and the consequent demand for water for irrigation purposef, every source of supply is being carefully utili^^d^'ind many choicV sections of land »re devoted to fruit culturó wheie the supply of .water is inadequate to b^ang^ growr ing, except by the most ezpeosive manner of application. Varied con-ditions of «hI and clioBiaio, •« mil $8 of vstor supply, bavo o(»i»]^Ued or fndiiQci ft «áiiáiy of Jké^Éáéü  In many iêciiojQS, wbidre'» grav  elly soSl a3il»ws i&e «water to '«ink, rapidly, the' ImAi «e «ootfofl between the rows, « furrow on either side ipoBinbry aii^ ?Ûie ;:i^lng^>r ih training the'iflow ^^^ jbisi control, and no effort maiSe^o hold it long in one place. In other «ect tions the land' M ridgéd into "squares'^ with plow, awd •Aevel, and the water cón^'ctéd inMarge| head«, first into the higher portions, and •these are filled, intb those below.  A more laborious ainid 'expensive plan,"compellfed where watér is in limited sujpply, is, that known, as tl^e basin system ; where basing ai^ made around each tree and water from hydrant turned in until full. This'method necessitates jgreat^eare in pPopeWy working the ground subsequently, as it invites gum diseÀ'se 'almost inevitably wt^^ carelessly made use of, by rèaïim. of the contact of standing ' water with the tree trunk And the Jiaidng< ofifie soil iibout the róots-  Where, however, the soil is liable to bake when flooded, and where the summer heat is sufficient 4nd the water supply ample, thus affording the essentials to profitable wholeaalf'ffra^e and lemon jgcow-iiig,Hhe .earlier mëthods have gen-; erally given way to a systeih of .Ir-I rig^tion mòre systematic and èòòn-omical. That shown in the photograph sent witli this article is the one evolved as the ^uU of the experience and necessities of the òriange growers of Riverside and other localities in that neighborhood. It is one hardly practìòable on steep side hills, or where the land is'rolling, unless the trees are set to grade around the hinsides instead of in straight rows, but thjiis is not advisable, for there is the constant liability that furrows will break and wash and hairm the orchard. JBut in a groat tract of gently «k^ing ilatid like that -at Riverside, .with an unfailing wateir system, this methdd^orks adtnita-t blyi and is likely from its economy of labor, and the MtileiaotftrineBS of the results attained to be tke snost popular method. ■ i In preparing the land for this, system it is necessary that there should bo à true gradé, and the ■{«tfthat will allow of the movo i^^jb of ATjater in a futrow is pre-fè/réd. The land, where neccssary, is levelled and prepared before tree planting. A fiume is made sufii cient in capacity, to receive water enough, to cover at once.. the land below; which distance should not oxceed eighty rods. Thic fltuóe has )|ipîëÎBïat fiOgular intervals» little |li|les to allow the increasing or ditâi^ishing of water, according to tho needs of the furrow it is designed to fill—more being turned in at the start and subsequently tj^i^mount diminished to a mere ii^iie; if that will carry it to the end of the furrow, to avoid tjho leeching ór washing of ibo aoiL when the head ditch is prepared, theorchardist. usès generally either a single, double or tripple shovel plough to furrow out |or irrigating. If the latter, a single rouud prepares a "Jajid" for iho wsìbk. The uri ^fttorthen orders such a quantity of water as ho deems requisite— usually twenty-five inches for four days and nights, for a ^ten aeré tract, and if, at the end of that time, he deems more necessary, an order to the zanjero "to continue" enables him to satisfactorily coni* piete his work, The slow trickle of water down each furrow is absorbed gradually, without the flooding of the surface or wetting the tree trunks, until the moisture hàìì fiÛed the entire space between the furrows and a hoe handle can be pushed its full length in the soft earth.  After a few day« i&e surface is sufficiently dried to have the proper iempor for breaking. ; A deep-running cultiyator, locally known as a ^'spider," is run in eaqh fiifisow to break thé soil, and thi« |s follow ed ^y a dross-cultivation close in. to thè trees 'with a fino having s knife «ÛMlim^ io eut the weeds, known aa ''ohiseU tootb.^' This leaveii tb» fïÙ fioel/ pulvétiied, and with » ipIeiMtÎd làulcli of warm, «oft <o Nliaii tho dMper'DìiòÌrtiif«. -UmuÉjMa-ditionB most favoi»)>l« fw Iwnrf  Will itP»yP  ,; The (fii«t quesfiph T)y: -prtcfr cal man in good -health is, will it pay to m^e ai cWn^ firom ' my home Eaat 1® 'ffie South Paeifio coast. If he ^^^ it more money, this he can determin« for himself by km^ng hew «many . and how rapidly fortune« -ict«%eing: made by the wide-a-wake moneymakers of Southern California. Since the golden days of forty-nine there has been no auoh. opi^tum-tics for acquiring great weaWh by the few, or a moderate competence by the many, as are. offered now, ittnd will be for years to come. ^ No other land is so abundant in wealth producing products; the husbandman mil :£M^ere.anlq]^n ¡field £»r intelligent effort and returns such . I can be found no where else. " General merchandising, , commerr cial business and manufacturing ./ are each growing at a -ri^d «atcji increased facilities for travel' and— shipping have given a great impe- • tusvto business of all kinds; Merch* oinlfl are busy and >aidking rmoney; a,nd millions of capital from the states in'the hands of experienced ' men, only needs a little time to set machiniBt'y going and W tuM ■ varied mineral resources of tius section into.a thousand and one. practical uses; raw material, active c'ajiital and skilled, labor are not ; waMiog and the next five years will witness a wonderfnl grewtibt .da manufacturing- enterprises.  The speculator too has fou^ hi» ' way to some parts of California and the stories of ma&y 'tin' strikes are not without foundation.  Yes; it will pay to cast your lot in this favored land aad slutare in the present and future prosperity new state, that is to be-r-Southi^ ^S^a^iforauL.  "WlUitLMtr ««HowZicmgf"  When an Easterner sets foot on Califottaia soil and first feels th« tonio «fleet of active business, .«itill cUmate, the push and stir .of capital, brains and muBolq, 'he judcs ià looks, if not in words how leoc will this thing last? A very nat- 4 ural question and let it be asked < and fairly anawered.  That .the tide of tourist travel is tanned ;this :way, and that Immigration'for^ettlemerit here is fast in-làréasing is a fact not to be dispu*; tèd ; what is t^e pwaae oaiise inducës so tnàny to <;ome and stay —Climate—you smile at the oft repeated phrase "glorious climate ;'' isn't it to escape a climate unlike this that compels many a man to ^ leave an otherwise f feom'fôîiable home and «êek tt new 'âne 'i'tt 'Call-ibrnia?- Sudden' changes àtfd lowv .i^Bipef^iiijpe in .tioïe dëpîèfeg tho vital forces of the .inost Mrd/;- the power to longer resist- givéè way and they must seek A mildèr climate or becofne a 'physical wreck. Many of just this typèhfi.Vexejg^^ ed their formerenergy and are ^ow among the most active" business ànd proféssioriol' men of Califoriua, So long then as men will gro^ older and the climatic ohangerdi^fele and continue as they havé etee-where, it is confidently ' predicted that Southern California witt^^ J^ ceive more and more of men and money from states East of the Rockies. In the very nature of tkingt this must be so, ivnd you can draw ybur own coaeî««iona how long th.» prospetflty and growth of CaSifo^ia ■ Will tast. 'JusVsb long as tnen of much or littlla means have any de*. ijire to better their suitoundthg» ' and inbrease'Iheir ^cw or regaija JbeâltK, so long will «bègr look to (he State for honu» '  and profit.  A man who.l>r(;)flds4Mtthkirimt>i> ^ lés is Uk« » te iéa • : «Mt&l ni bêsk nmttbmà «ggs. Tbtm's ««• W one sbMàm i«i ft hwdmd M he wiU M iMtoh AiSy «MUT  ijttilM hmim^ ■ÊA^^jpm'rnmi : '  iiMafcM.>Myfl»int -ftmaSm-  'AT-   

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