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   Corona South Riverside Bee (Newspaper) - September 22, 1887, Corona, California                                 m IN THE  CHINO RANCH  IN «-BK ACftB TRACTS. THOU-  iism OF ACRES ARB  ■ <!■>■, Ii  misß ASS Tsm ho msiaATioir,  béntMkbmCOIATXLYPisOPn'ABLI^aiMvatiJW vegetablM.  ïli« imraenw itae of tb« nndi «uves boyen to cbootw tracts éxacüy tii¡i»toí¿y< imi ilftff i t» ówmgwr Jliooii^ And IwnoM ; tfi «Jtygi. gwpw».  FUU tEAitillfi iBtONAII||$ AND ymEYARDS  ^SR^i^^lriftly VIX|I0tTTISBI6 ATt(^ Undi iilimediatelf wlJotalnK the 'dv^Mrt Cfibw lAlHla. Ko dthep laisda Im the rarer^notee. of  < & iJ^ VHSWntB (at«>.im»lf ftebfi) k«^ to tlw gtimtb atrrH^ tiiWUM ^tod aU dtnla «nd dwMuotu fruits, and fvMi  fO $1,000-m ACRE AREREALm  In dUfttfnt parts q« t»« State from BMayvy^^^,^.  flit -«Oil  , 'Mamrn 'Bavmy mapd^^m^ Stiriboe. -  -4|p*lriMt«f(Mtri9sm<K^«UIim and ready l^arlj^Wifi^Viiiwmtgulo^ «lib« aatfam  AKTE8IAN A>J) SUBPAC® WATER  - If trienti^ul, pure and wft ^^ 180 to 300 feet on diflinent  ' puta of the tract, and an aboi||^H|Df unfailing anrface water from 6 to w feet. lloieartesUn wells are being ^Hpj^tiftd sopply is assnred. The wliole > tract UflS near.Pomatia and 0»iS|i^7{Q 8an' Bernardino .Couhtji^ which has pttbUc i»>pipVemente, and enjoya the Lowart Ixx Baww.  rmi^i^ IS ABSOLTJTELY FEBFEGT.  XAIUSM^AD I'AGtLITIXS are gpod and irili soon be better. Depots of ttie two great OvaM^iiD .LWW are near. Surreys have been made through the heart of' the intX  will soon be bnilt connecting directly with two compeiing oye^-laud Unes^ ijiantlhg]>>w Faûs and Faneirn to all inland and seaboard cities, in ' the United Stetes.  THE TOWN OP GHINO  Iselij^bly located in the centi« of the tnct, «rlth large lots, broad streets, alleys and Te«ei'vatioH»<«r SrACioDB Pabks. It will have steam and motor roans and artesian - water. It is certain to be  THE BUSINESS CENTRE  Foralargeekteniofthejich^iatid in CiOifocuia. Theiract now ofTeted w91 SUP-POUT 9000 FAMILIES. Buiidtogsare going Kany an decided upon, with - newspaper, hank, ete. TfaeJbu»d ls oflteredaUtHnr i;«w Pwc« at which I»TUim<!anbeinadeapoft the cost. . Ko odfer eqnally T^uaWe land is .'«Hfbred no cheap. Fifoes are suire io rapidly advance. AM^ The most MOcal inspection is inviU;d''-m '  HOHE-SEEKERS, INVESTORS AND ^PACULATORS  ilbonld examiné this pMperty beCore purchasing. One-third cash and balance in one ' " ' , ' -and two years at 8 per cent interest  : Catriagn and drivers idways ready to sIkwJ^  BICHAB OntD, Propritor.  FOMONJL, GAtJFOBNIA.  COMMERCIAL  RESTAUKANT,  Oppomte the New Rowell Hotel; Riverside, Cala.  Tim Most Plea^nt Eating Parlors in the  OHAS. H. RU9SELL, Fropr. per Week, $4^0; Seven Healt $1.50; Single Meal 25c  Tables Bttpplied with Hie best the maricet afiords.  A. A. WOOD,  Wholesale and }tetail l>ealer8 in  Stoves, Hardware & Tinware,  Crockery, Glassware, Agate^iron ware, Pumps, Qas-pipe, Water-pipe, Wagons and Agricultural Implement» of all kinds.  Booma and Pi.dimu[<í « srxcp^in.  Slain St, - Riverside, Cala.  mAMmJH CARRIAGE  '.i''  BIVEBSIDE^ CALIF.  Carries the largest stock in the County of^he celebrated  COLUMBUS^ BUGGIES,  Zuffjyh l^listons. Carriages and tlie^Reiiowned Éaffisbur^ Workï i& all its Novel Patterns.  THê GLDIÌICKGRY  With Hollow Steel Axle, the best Wagon on wheels.  Farming'Implement of all kinds. The very best in the market. . Manufacturing and Repair shops located on Orange fetreet, off Bighth. Cwii^e Paint shop in connection. Estimates given on all cla^ of worlt.: Rcsp^ttHy^ ,.  ' ti-  Dúdt&y'a  Subdivisfon of  L0T . 8, BL0CE 44,  SoijTH SiTÊKSIDB.  -AT,  $200 EACH  doss-mmiMmrnhfTM^^m*»^  latee eiimaìMlt ' Water piped uirouj^ 'the ton^n and colony. Tbese Lots are situated on Main street We -guarantee .ta pipe jMratèr to each lot,.and to grade the streets.  TBBM8 0F PAYMENT-42S cash, |2S the day of drawilkiELvUch is to take place <;ne week^fl^r all loto«iire< sold and' notice given each ptitcl>aseir; f7S in six m<mtlM,' and f75 in one year; the last two payments to bear interest at 10 per ceat. from day of drawing. jfV^Every lot a prize.  We alto have desiralfte property In and about Biverside whicli will advance 90 per cent in a year's time. Those wisbing to bar or eell leal estate, should call on  Atwater & Dudley,  Riverside, Califobmia.  DEALERS IN  ■--'tí'/  MEmCINSS,  V  BRUSHES AllI) WALLPAPER.  BIVERSIDE, CAL.  A. V. GILBERT, PawttaiiT.  A. H. NAFTZGEB, CÀSHIKB.  L..C. WArtB» Vic*-PaK8in«i?t.. A. HAf!BERLIN,'AHSt. CASUIE«.  CAPXTAIi, $60,000.00.  PU-^eraicie; OslL  DON»« FORGET THAT  OXJliTJDIFF BROS.  THE STATIONERS.  School Books & supplleB. fiiije Stationery a  Spedaltsr:  DDAKE'S OLD STAND.  MAIN STREET, RIVERSIDE.  A. KEITH; PasnDtn. , O. T. DYER, J. A. BRENNSMAN, Yrcc PaxsT. Mabaciui.  E. O. DYER, Cashier. -J. H. GOODHUE, ASST. CA8HI;PE  RIVERSIDE BANKING COMPANY.  CAPITAL PAID IN $aoO.OOO. INCORPORATED iEB. i2Tii, 1885.  tlMe Lout Neiottitei n teDroTd ßeäl W aid Pint Clus Sei!iirltlsü.BoasklM Soll  BPKCIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO COLLECTIONS. . ;  NATIONAL PARK BANK, New York. PACIFIC BANK, Sah Fraitowo, MERCHANTS NAT'L BANK. ehicago. FIRST NAT'L BANK, Los Angeles.  BtOrteXj OT «T?13SrWOQD, BIVEBBIDB, OAL. /  THIB FOFOLALB mBt IN gflPTm CAUFOiaPA FOB FL£«E AMD HEETH.  FINB DBIVEfl I . BBAVTIFCL OBAKOB OBOVKS ! MAGNIFICENT flClENERY I  THE VISITOR TO BI VERSIDE WILL FIND THIS ^ONE OF THE BEST AND Most coniforUbTe lesoi Is iu Sovtbem Cabfok-nii. It is bUiTovndcil by two and one-half aci«» of o an^e and oclicr fvuit trees, shrnbixi y and lawns, a qniirtcr of a mile of btoad veraodaM. girjsed io,~ vine sheltered of open sunslvue, ns/tnpy be prerwred for, promenade. Plenty of^unnv roodis with-oppoitunity fox fixea and elccalabeU se/vice. Hotel suppUed wiUi ihe PUUEST SPRING %ATBB:  THIS PROPERTY FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN. . ^  F. W. RICHARDSOJ^^ Fm^TK A. MILLER, Manager. Frpprietor.  -f  GO TO THE CENTRAL RÉSTAURAÌsT, When 5imgry. First-class meal for 25 Cts.  ^ PviTaie Dining^-rooiii foi* Ladies.  APPOINTMENTS FIRS^-OLASS.  Main St., between Sib and 9th« - _ Rirciside, Cala,  Furniture :  The dieapest place in the County to buy furniture is at Cunmngham's  Fnviáttmte Bi®v®l  Hott's biioc«, '  Maih Stmbt, Rivxbsidb,  Califobnia.  RIVERSIDE HARNESS CO.  At their aew quarters have Just lAceived thé largest and finest assortmejiit of  Harness, Saddles, Whips, Bobes,  Fver brougi  Blanketsi Etc., Etc.,  tSan Bejimrdino County. CaU and mine their Stock in the  HAlál^TOK BLOCK, Biverside. Oala.  Clotifíng, Shoàa, Hats, Trunks,  orr  SwsiytlCng for men and boys, largèM;, stock til coun^ at  ìòwest IVice»;  Under the above heading the San Bernardino Courier replies t« an Eastern correspondent who en-qaires about the .climate, and as the Baîient pointa are well set forth in the article, we reproduce it entire:  Singularly enough on the day on which a bunch of bananas grown in the San Bernardino foothills belt was laid on our tabid, the mtvil brings us a letter from a man named Edward A. Bartleaon, «U the way from Kansas City, somewhat pathethically begging to be told the truth Aboui-the climate of Sart Bernardino and "conjuring us by all that is veï-àcious not to ex-aggerfite. ' Now", Mr. Bartlesbn, the Courier will have to swear off against the editorial dissipation of replying to so many ^tettieticai investigators. We are tired of it. Letters reach us from all States in the Union making similar inquines. We first commenced to air our rhetoric on the olimateolpgy of San Bernardino in 1873. The subject has grown stalej winch is aome-thing pur climate never does. As to the effect which , the climate has on consumptives, we have spoken again and ^ain; It will not work a consumptive miracle. If a man has discharged his lungSi it cannot giveriiiai new ooes. In incipieswi consumption, if the sufferer has a fair cónstitutióh, ^b climate will cure him, while no climate will do more than ease the Bufferings and prolong the life of a really well-de-veloped case of- consumption. However, weak lungs will be transformed into strong ones in this bracing a,nd balmy air, if the patient takes ór^narf good care of himself. We do not cate to com ply with yourc^ueBt by instituting a comparison between the climat» of this and the. ^idjpiniiig' counties. We will simply tell you that the distinguishing':property of the: San Bempdino climate is its fiurity and dirynesfl. The valley , is situated from, fifty to seventy miles distant from the coast, and has a com' plete immunity from the fogs, dampness and mist of the coast regions, so detrimental if not ih-deed deadly to catarrhal, bronchial or consumptive luffererfl. The valley is divided from the vast deserts of the Mojave aft^the Colorado by a -gréât mountain range, through the passes of which the air blows in, devoid of hupiidity from the immense, dry burning, rainless wastes of the desert. It comes in perfectly pure and almost wholly free from humidity. On the contrary, the regular breezes from the coast rush in with more humidity, with just enough in fact to give the desert currents^^that degree of moisture, iiàid by clima^tologiBts to be necessary in the "preparation" of a perfect climate. To the purity and dry properties of ouj? climate, therefore, with thé fine elevation of this great vall^ above the sea, do we owe the ®1i)est climate 'hygêhi-cally on the continent.  There are climates in Southern California ndbre" equable ; but the equability is one of comparative moisture, consequently their inferiority to the çlry and bracing climate of Saii; Bernardino. You can judge of. the purity and. superiority of this: climate by the conceded purity and superioritjr of its fruit over all tivals. The San Bernardino orangé i» the ^^rst in the world, which is only another fonn of Baying ihat the àan Bernardino elimate is the b^st in the : world. If you turn to another article in this issue of the Courier, yoQ will see that tlte ¿Sw Bernardino foothill belt-rdietant two or three miles frpm this city—^produces an excellât bitnans. The fact speaks more convincingly than would volumes of dry oUmatic dissertation. Ypu know that the banam^ can only be grown in a wa^pca climate ; a climate practically free from frost ; a climate whose enters «M -atlewitas. wurm m your Klansas May. ; Again, we beg you to re< member iKàt ^oùgh this climate is trbpi4^'«nouigh^ for âie p^ue* tion .of t£if» thoyt J Ük»  ^wampá,^ ÍIN} jmiglés, tiMjfoverf, ííÜe  dews, th6,deadly miasma, ïind- the noxious vapor» ^of the tropics «re here unknown. So, climatically, the lassitude, the prostration, the debility, the poisonous exhilations of the tropics are here found wanting. Our choicest' land is 60 dry that to make it produce, it must . be watered r artifically ; that is by irrigation. The banana, the citrus, indeed all our fruits must be irrigated. Of course in such a condition of affairs, the eur-faco is dry, and being dry, the disease of the tropics is substituted by the health of the California sub-tropics. In a wordy tins country is an a^arent paradox. We have no season worthy the name of winter. Our winter Î&. teeming spring with the warmth of a New York^ May. Our èummers aire ùndenia-, bly warm, but the air is so dry, so stimulating, bo inspiratiònal,, so free from the heavy, "soggy," sultry properties characteristic of moist climates, that unknown, while the oi tion known is the prostration of hard work. Nor is there a case of hydrophobia on record in Southern California. Our winters are destitute of snow; our summers are free from sunstroke. Nor have we summer rains, which will account for the immunity which this section enjoys fr^m the deadly diseases of the tropics" , Had we rainy eKSiSS£sa,JSsathern Cali&rAia and especially thè rich San Bernardino valley Would climatically resemble the tropics very much indeed---l^o close tp be a by genie Heaven. As it is we hâve the fertility of the, tropics and the climate of paradise.;  California Fruit in Engltùid.  sunstroke' is  tear« Vbich do 'tinl»iif4«ik We miike no extra charge IbrUlM».' |  Tears of joy go with th© eUnw^l^l . v;i{4 occaeioaally- ^^ r  Heaven hdp the land ofcgM^tattjA ~ ^ t"  while we feel good," '  The New S. P. Braxuile.  It is now definitely staiodl; Igr competent railroad authority» th»' the Southern Pacific Company hattt decided to parallel the ^ivemids» Santa Ana and Los Angeles Xù»i from Cas» Blanc« to BiverjBidç,!itfiÎ locate their , depot groimds eewtof Mulberry St., between Eighth- ant Elevonlh. i The head engineer . spent severfil days here this week, and during his conversation wit^»-prominent men, gave them , to un-demtaiid that such would be the case, and that active operations would begin at a very early day^ This will make Eighth St. proper^ still more valueable and assures to it the control of business. We shall expect to see many more new blocks spring into existence, on account'of the prospect of competing railroads, at the east end of this main thbrpughfate.—^Enter«> priée. ,  ' Another Big "Contract.''  The Angip-Americans Times says ; Califprnia can unqùésticnably send fruit tò England in fine cpnditipn if the grpwers will prpperly prganiise. The fruit that is reaching New York from California is cçming quicker and in better condition, and rising in the market yearl^r. An immense quantity of grapes reach Bnglànd packed in sawdust, and CaU "béats creation" as a grape grower. The waste of.fine fruit in California is shocking, considering there are so many conBUmers, and to t^s subject at the^American exhibition in London Chicago should devote the, closest attention. . London is the best market fpr fruit; foir grapes, peaches, nectarinefi, fine pears, and the sorVpffruit California produces tò perfection; and the carriage across the continent is now so r&p id and by a systéa^ so perfect, as well as across the ótìean, that the productive gardens oi^<Çalifornia should never be at a loss fòrsa sale. The fruit gardens of California; are a far better investment th^ cattle^ ranches; indeed we are paly now being educated up to the fruit-con suming point which any nation would be sure to reach, given the opportunity of . a full, cheap and continuous supply.  One Tear In Paradise  An loj^a man who left his home and camé to Califprnia promised to stay on0 year before he would ex-; press His opioipn of the country. When the timp, expired he. wrote back to the Marshalitown Electric liight as follows :  "One Week ago last Saturday a year has passed since we first crossed the California line. Before this time we never lived in Paradise within our recollection. Consequently our readers will at once perceive that we must have noticed the change a good deal. We haye new eisperienced mpre thaii twelve mpnthe of cpntinupusspniig and autuinn cPipaMned, and have almpst forgotten how -a Uiz zard seems. Stilly if we fprget entirely, Ve ehall endeavor to control pur over-weéning curiosity. It is frequently better tp dp ft  Twelve months ^ of spring f Twelve months ^^f autumn! Twelve, months without snow ! Twelve qionths without a cyclone!* Twelve months of verdure, of green foliage and constant bloom! Twelve mouths of fieeling first-rate I Twelve months <if ocean and valley iiod mountain and joy and btppi-netw and such thinga! I>ear Mâl^ excuse this fiXûotion-^-Tà^  Under the tiUe of "A Big Con-traotil^ the cpnstaat riders of The New Era will rfecall a ^¿«ficription which appeared in our first issue of the flume and trestle works of the South Eiverside Land and Water Co.; then just-eonipleted by Messrs. Sorenson & Orimshaw, cputractors anij builders, of this city. It was an $11,000 job, and^as those who imve seian it will acknowledge, a Wprk: of oonsiderable magnitude. Xt was also entirely satisfactory to the Company; and net only ithat, but Superintendent Taylor has since endeavored te secure the con-tinupus services pf Mr. Sprenson; to ijelieve him pf his ardupus. labprs by superiiitendihg and extending their wprk there. That they hwre at last Bucceeded in cbtaining^-ISi': Sprenspn's services was hintckl in this J)aper last week in the paragraph steting that he had been palled tp South Riverside by a* tel-e^am from Supt. R. B. Taylor. Mr. Sorenson will be likely to ;re-mpve with his family to this thriving young town on the Temescal, and his many friends here will be glad to know thifit ^s labors in the responsible position ho goes to fill will be handsomely recompenBod.--« New Era.  Gbrowth otf a Big Bb^^  When Webster's Unabridged was first published in one volume, it wa^ a bomparatively small book. Spm^ yetirs after an additipn was made phlSOOpictprial illustrations« ^ Table of Synpnyms, and an ap^ pendix pf New Werds th^t had come intp use. A few years later oame an entirely new revised edi'^. tipn of larger Biae» with 3000 Pic-torial lUuBtrations, then, after nn interval ofa few years, a Biographical Dictionary, of nearly 10,000 Names, and a Supplement«f iieaoil v sock) New Words wete added, Jind now there , haB come ^ new and most valuable edition, A Gazetteer pf the World, and a great inany other good tbings in its many vaK uablftiJ'ables.  The two railroad companies in this part «f the State are eaidh endeavoring to build the "handsomest dejiptB" with elaborate grounds, 'hen ah improvement era of thii ndiB"on" in any country yon can make up your mind there ta some cause fpr it.-^Pompna" Prpg-ress. ^  Near Oiroville, water' has- been, i auceeBSf'illy turned through thfr; Big Bend Tunnel this lays di^ thirteen miles of the main Fettifter River, never worked;bjr iho aaSiun,., and it is thought tlie ¿round wiU be immensely rich. Tbft iwu^i ia two and a quarter miles kHUg^ ia 13x16 in'sixe, and «boat inches of water is flowing it. Afo^epf IPO QM« emj^lo^ad on iJiis in^,'  cost etoeeds II,000,^ - •  ^ i  'vï  - ---   

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