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   South Riverside Bee (Newspaper) - October 21, 1893, South Riverside, California                                 * M-  .-i 'i-  , 7 ■■  ------;-----  VOL. VII I SOUTH RIVERSIDE, CAL., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1893.  NO. 21.  COUNTY LEGISLATORS.  Weighty Matters Considered by the Board.  MORENO WANTS ROAD BONDS.  The Supervisors continue to Counsel Econ-omj—Horticultural' Commissioners - iipon'tlie par of Inspectors.  At Monday's i^eetingiöf th^supef-visors ¿ large amount of tiusiness was disposed of. One of the first things considered was the Francisco bill for articles destroyed by order of  ._-4Jje health-ofiicei:......Tkekoatd desided,  to allow the amount asked for, $33.  The horticultural commissioners ' were closely questioned regarding the propriety of paying $3 per day to inspectors, and after an exhaustive investigation _the board con-' tented itself with an informal admonition to conduct the aflfairs of the commission as economically as possible.  I. H. Arel was appointed superintendent of construction of the Au-bumdale bridge.  Considerable time was given to persons from different parts of the county who want better roads. A goodjdeal of talk wasindulgedihas to the propriety of issuing bonds for road building, but th€~jdiscussiÖn'' was dlosed without formal action.  After iiSanictin^ -the ^strict attorney to confer with the legal representatives of adjoining counties regarding action in the fumigation patent litigation, the board adjourned until Oct. 23 at 10 a.m.  - :  and toilet rooqiai, all fitted with every convenience^. There are seven fine mantels of latest designs fixed in the principal rab^s, also a hot air furnace in the celfàr "for the pi:r-pose of warming thé halls and some  of the rooms, during ings and evenings-  The vvhole of under the pei Mr, Porter andi entire satisfactiol The future of t^  he chilly mom-  A South Riverside Home.  [Riverside Press.]  We learn the following items from J. E. Porter, our well known build-"Tngcgnrfa^^  ed from South Riverside, where he has been occupied "dunrig the last five months- in building a fine resi-. dence for Geo. L. Joy, Esq., president of the Land and Water company. The house is on a choice five acre lot, on the boulevard soijth of town„ that was purchased b3' him for this purpose about four years ago, and then planted with every desirable kind of fruii trees, which have made a remarkable growth and are now heavily laden with choice fruity giving a visible proof of the fertility of tjbe soil, COmbined with careful cultivation.  The house was planned by Mr.  work Jias been supervision -of 'arried* out to the oftheowiier. ^il|urishingyoung colony appea_^t|y®*y bright,, over ÏOOÔ acres hàvirii^^ènlïiàÔtéd during the last seaip^, all doing very well. Not a vacant house can be found, necessitating the building of more homes for-^e accommodation of new Cornell -wjho are constantly _aiTijdng,„„AndJi^im jthe"^ appeàrançe„ of the orchards|now coding into bearing, a new pâ^king house will be indispensable: ■  While our wor^y supervisors are considering thejàdyisisbility of improving the roaj|\¥i léadj^g to the county-^seat, th^ iatteiftion might be called to that short length, alongside of the raili^ay stone quarry, between the wasmnnd M&gnolia avenue. A small oiHlay wcïuld be very desirable here. ? 1  OUR CORRESPONDENTS.  Breezy Budget of Small Talk from Cerreto.  RIVERSIDE AND COUNTY AT LARGE  Horticultural Commissioner VanKirk has | a Sew Words upon the Condition of > Our orchards and Thin8:s.i^  11  Rooms|fi|>r Rent.  Pleasant rooms for rent in the bank block, over Compton'sj dry gQods store, ^pply to A. Compjllon.  . KeatAuburnd^^l^i^Ji^l^Ocfe^^^^ 1 dark brown spaniel, answers to name of Don. Hair recently clipped, wore leather collar with license tag No. 231, and name Don attached. Finder will be liberal!}' rewarded by returning him to R. P. Cundiff at Riverside, Calif. *  Southern California at the Midwinter Fair.  its owner, and includes every convenience for easy and pleasant housekeeping. The elevation is of -the modernized colonial, which though somewhat simple in form, is attractive in appearance, and. relieved by extensive verandas and balconies on both floors, affording finé and extended views over the. surrounding country for many miles. The interior includes, cellar, first iand second floors, and large attic; on the mam floor are the parlors, libra-ry^Tid dining roomopening, into the-, ¿pajypus_j:^cepti.on hall, with sliding doors, thereby making a grand suite, very desirable on special occasions; on this floor are also a large chamber with dressing rooni and lavatory in connection, and in the rear is the kitchen, pantry, butler's pantry, adobe cellar and store room, and last, though not least, a  connected with j^J^Chen, an arrangement very desirable in tKis climate. , ,  On the second floor are four large bed-chambers with commodious closets, dressing room, lavatory, bath  ^n Lo^ , .\ngeles on Thursday the .Mi4Av-inler...EBÍr™.xammissicuieca..jQii the counties of Lo.s Angeles, San Bernardino, Sa n Diego Rtverside, -Ven^-tura and Orange met to discuss the subject of representation at the fair. It was thè almost unanimous opinion of those present that the southern counties should unite and have a Southern California building. The motion finally prevailed to devote $25,000 to buildings and grounds and for maintenance of exhibits.' Various committees were appointed and the meeting adjourned to meet in one week. ^  lii ten tons of solid and liquid sheep tnanure there are 250 pounds of nitrogen. 31 pounds of.phosphoric.acid pounds of in -the  samevamount of cattle manure there are only 87 pounds of nitrogen, 17 pounds of phosphoric acid and 51 pounds of pQtash. These figures are sufficient in themselves to show why the foot of the sheep is golden to the land.  Perhaps some of our readers would like to know in what respect Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is better than any other. We will tell a'ou. W|;ien this remed_v is taken as soon as a cold has been contracted, and before it has become ¡settled in the system, it wiU. ccuntet-act the effect of the cold and greatly lessen it's severity, and it is the onh^ remedy that will do this. It acts in perfect hg.nnony with pature in relieving the | lungs, opening the secretions, liquefying thé muciis aljd causing its i^x-pulsion from the air cells of the^lurigs-=aTTd =restorin^i%ie system to ia^trijng and healthy condition. No other remedy in the market possessp^^t^^ remarkable,„praperties. .- No other will cure a cold so quickly, por by F. Billings.  Editor Bee:Such progress has been made in planting, building and manufacturing developments that we are paid the highest of compliments by our sister cities for our rapid  growth and energetic citizens. ______  This year's planting is in excess of any two preceding years. We have 3,500 acres, or 350,0p0 trees planted in orchard form. The trees all'present an exceedingly fine appearance and the prospect is that next A-ear will see fully another 2,000 acres planted, and principally to lemons, as we are in the lemon belt without question or doubt. Here where frost has never touched the tender-est branch; and in a ver\' short time we will be the main lemon producing districai . .  The condition of our orchards is often spoken of for their cleanness, and this year after another thorough examination by the inspectors, wecan.still say with assurance that a single red, White or yellow 'scalê'iïW^irtér^^^ col  ony; and with our competent force of inspectors and unanimous support of the growers, we can always have' our orchards in the best of condition. '  It is an acknowledged ' fact that South Riverside offers the best inducements to home-seekers of any section in the state. it can stand the closest of investigation. It has the location, and all the natural a^d-  upper ditches have a rose bésh everv six feet at the 1o1|||í: Óf the ditch It is int^B'to plarit the whole hill in flow^^^á^d shrubbery. Mr. Brink is sáptví^^óf the ditching work, aná he ¿liows how to do it.  D. C. Burnett has been confined to his room on the hill for the past three weeks with fever and a general giving away of his nervous sy stem, but we are glad to learn that he is improving and ho^if: to see him out in a few days. ifc  Old Mr. Hulbápl^s. Hoag's father, has beeii^uft^^w,with typhoid malarious fe^iíér ^ six weeks.  We are gladé^ÍÍ8arn,]lái^t He now is able to sit up and is improving under the skillful treatment of Dr. Huff,.with good and attentive nursing.  We are aflivays glad to s^ the B^e, it looks n^^ and clean, has a good selection o^^eading matter tells ^ alpout the hfcfps and the mis-haps of the country around and w;e wish you) financial success. W. M, '  FLEEING FR  MQre Families L|cated in South ■ Rivei^de.  MUCH  CALIFORNIA.  They already Begin t^eel at Home—The Scovilles due He^ Last Ntght— And thus We Grow.  Riversid^ity and County.  Rivers ing a cit test cag  •One t ^ sixty-threb-^ V  vantages, with its clean and thrifty groves, its perfect-water - system, -its schools and churches _ of the best. Our invitation is open to all, come among us and you will find joy.  George VanKirk, Horticultural Commissioner.  Items From Cerreto Hill.  Editor Bee:-7-The thermometer here has been figuring from 50° to 56° at sunrise and from 64° to 90° at^dinner time for ttie past week.  The ranch with 100 acres of lemons and its other fruits and shade and windbreak trees are looking in a verj- thriving condition. The ground is irrigated, and stirred so much that  half a chanciT to  weeds don't grow.  Uncle Dick Beckerton is up every morning to see the sun come over the mountain, to feed the ranch stock and to look after loose screws on his, IjIows, cultivators, and wagons, or to see if anything is wrong with'the reservoirs or water pipes, or see how much those lemon trees have grown since the sun went to bathe in the Pacific last night: Uncle Dick has an eye for bug^iness and watches it at both ends.  R. B..Taylor has a reservoir ten by twelve feet and ten feet deep oil the top of Cerreto Hill and he thinks there is another one at the other end; dnd now Iras in his employ Messrs. Geo. Remwick & Co to^put down a seven inch hole from the hill side down to find the other reser-vovf.'^^he^are down overtw® hun-idred and-still goiri^ i™- It  the well should fail R. B. expects to m^rttie Cerfet?> Htll'blq^ rose, for he has now a ditch cut from the hill top reservoir abound the hill seven times—and the two  rsiciáns Object to pay-have carried a  rine hundred and scalps were cremated SaturC,]^ 6y the County Clerk and deputies. .  Dr. Cook, a veterinap' surgeon, died in the Riverside jail Monday moming.^^^. He "ajfrived from Santa Anrf-Sunday aft^ttóoni,^tupid from the effects of a delpauch and was conveyed to the jail. He did not regain consciousness before his death.  Riverside had a sensational tragedy last Monday. W. E. Wrisley went to the house occupied by his wife, with whom he had not been living of late, and murdered her in a most brutal manner, afterward blowing off the top of his head with a shot gun. Before his marriage Wrisley is said -to -have. J3cen. -.ii xeapectecl, hard-working man whose tTonFfes^ were broughT oli' (55' Hi s" ifein fi• delity^ At the time of the tragedy Wrisley was under indictment for arson.  [From the Enterprise.]  A big transfer was placed on record in Mr. Gru well's office yesterday, [Oct. 12]. It is a deed from Tarker Dear of San Diego to the San Francisco Savings Union and conveys 46,484,92 acres of land below Mur-rieta. The property is described as being in the Santa Rosa Rancho, known a'« "Santa Rosa Nueva" and "Santa Rosa "Vieja,'' and the Mur-riéta tract. Some 130 acres are ex-ceiJted from the conveyanc^e. The consideration is the surrender , bf promissory notes aggregating$200,-000 to secure which a trust deed had been given.  [i'erris New lira.]  Henry Chase had nineteen sacks of barley- stolen last week. Mr. Chase bought largely at the sherilf's sale at Alessandro recently, and on hauling it discovei-ed that nineteen sacks had been stolen. Wagon tracks were traced from the grain stack to the main road, afia it is supposed that the stolen grain was taken to Riverside and sold. Two years ago a gang of grain thieves were captured, who had been breaking into barns and. stealing grain in wholesale lots. Some of the fraternity  are still in prison for the offenáe.  __^_ • "('  Notice to Consumers of Hay and^Grain.  Bariey and alfalfa hay and brewing  As the frost king begins to assert his dominion over the regions of the East and North, the thoughts of those people who dread hi^approach and rebel at his sway are turned longingly to-the semi-trospic regions where perpetual" sunshine and" eVer verdant fields laugh at the cold fingered Jack Frost, who rarely ^ets closer to these fields ElysianA than the • summits of the sentinel peaks that guard unceasitrgly the summer-land within their charmed circle.  Already the van ing frbm a ri ed us. S son's visit allegiance homesteads and commen  rd of those fiee-winter has reach-come for a sea-Miave forsworn forsaken old ;eu to old friends  here anew to build happy homes Jiterplly "under their own vine and fig tree.  We ¿ire pleased to chronicle this week the arrival of still more of those thrifty peoplj^ho are worthy descendants of a liiifdx'race of pio  neers.  A  Eden Ranch, South Riverside, Cal.  If you want to buy feed of any kind cheap for cash c^ill on J.^ Hamner.  On Wedpesday evening there arrived from Brockton, Mass., Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Wood and daughter and Miss Pennoyer, and Mr., and Mrs. . G. F. Deán, three children and a sister of Mrs. Dean—ten people in all. Messrs. Dean and Wood haveorange^ groves here which have l)een improved by their prders. They were driven over the colony by T. P. DrinkxVater on Thursday and were h ighly jjl ci I seel wit h w ; 11 t hey sa w, the condition of their own ¡jroperty F)éitig espedally áatisfactór .....  Mr. Wood will occupy one of Geo. L. Joy's houses, and Mr. Dean has rented the house of W^m. H. Jameson, on the Boulevard, corner of Ramona street. They will both build ere very long.  On Wednesday J. N. Anderson returned from Los Angeles where he went to meet his sister, Miss Lizzie Anderson of Toronto, Canada. Miss -Anderson will spend the winttir Here and may stay permanently if she is sufficiently well pleased with the climate. Mr. Anderson has rhoved into the house just north of Dr. Baxljicjc!s cesMejioe, w^ comfortably located.  On Thursday evening Messrs. James and Ozro Tucker of Adrain, Mich., arrived here. They are related to Dr. C. B. Tucker, one being his brother, tfie otherhis nephew. Tliey exijerieneed a collision on the Atlantic &. PaciHc railway, and a $500 imported setter that was riding in the baggage car was found under a pile of trunks. He was rescued and it was found that he'had escaped with a gnashed , toe. The Messrs. Tucker are favorably impressed with their future home.  From a Canada paper it is learned that Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Brown and daughter of Smith's Falls are on their way to this place. They are, spending a few da^'s in Chicago en route. - ■  Messrs. ScoviJle and Lang ^of  or se€^ bariey for sale. Apply in per- phica^o have been due for several  days. They are going to make^their~ permanent-residence^ here. Ye^rday-riiorning Daniel Lord received a telegram.from,Mr.Scoville.atatin^,that„fr the party would be here last evening.   

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