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THE CA5A GRANDE VALLEY.
Information for Those Sisking Homos In ths Garden Spot of ths West. Pinal comity was organ uwd in 187S from portions of Pima. Maricopa "'" , . avaptu comities, ami c-utuiu3 au area . t a, 'if'!1'? mile, or ,s.53 aeros. one-third of wn.r-ft could l9 made productive by a systeiniilic storaje of the surplus water now numinsf to waste. Kext to Maricopa it is the most im portant agricultural comity in the tei ritorv. It it traversed from east to wct by. tlie Southern I'acitie railroad, and u ui ancu pt the (rreat Santa Fe system is now approach ing frun t'ue north. The oljc-tive point or this road is a connection with the Mtiora road, ef th same system, 'i he hor.rliero Paeiiio is also building in this directum rrom Temiie.aiid it is confidently believed that work will not cease until the Deer treeu coal fields are reached uud connection is made w ith another branch of that road run ning from Howie to Uhjbe ana now complet ed to Fart Thomas. , . Thus it Kill be wen that Pnml eonnty is the theater of ra ilroud Imihlmtr at the pres ent time, ami liisideof ayeur f Loreuce, the oouaty seat, will be A EAILHOAD CENTER. At present it contains ft population Tot about Khhj, 'out with the completion of these two railroads and the lUitto reservoir no Mtv tit A c.n H1,tir-A.i..li it. for natural tttlviiitHtres, and ti !arj-e iucreo&e in popula tion will i'ollow. I'lnreHco is at au elevation of l-V-i tt-et aUve sett level, nit n ate J near tho trilw river, tweuty-six n.i'es northwest of the rtulrosui station of (Jusa Grande, with hkh it is connete bv an eieeuutlv eauipoed daily stae line. Goiiitf ami coming stages run by the old Caa Grande ruins, and pa&eagArg are allowed a short time to in spect them. There are many hainiie pri- viiieresitieutTS in r loreare, i ikr stores, &oud hotal, an wxeellent graded school em'.iovuiL' four teachers, cnurolies, secret societies, a Commercial Club, a news paper (the only one iu the county), and the li and Ernest court house in the Territory. Here is hold the t'uiteit States Court for the district composed f Utta, waaani una Pinui eeuutied. The fctreeta are lined with shade trees, which impart au air ofc comfort on rue warmest days. PRODUCTS Or THH VALLEY. Unlike the Salt river, the waters of the Gila ore fresh and pn.-e; the soil contains 110 jilkaii, is a deep, rich Krtty ntih, especially adapted to ths growth of the prune, olive, aliaoud, neat-it, tij, pear, apricot and fruita of all kiu-U w hi:-U pay lately on the invest ment. It is aitfo the natural homo of ulluSra, which grow itt the most prolific maimer. The crape doesi exceptionally well ia thts vai!ev, and wine and raisin culture is destin ed to become a prominent industry. f--trs fruits have boea cultivated to a Umtrfd pitent; there are a number of orwiiro trees in the eithi.rhod of Florence a lii 'h bear their treitua fruit eut'h year without 'pro tection, ami a few date paha trees are also m full bearing. The season is from MXwceKS to two months earlicrthan SoutbernCahfor nic. w ltich give fruit growers au appreciat ed advantage in THS EAULY HAHKET3. The absence of foirs and nirrhtly dews U a formidable obstaeie to the dvstruouve and unsi-rhily scale-bus, and the fruits of tho valiev are all bright and clean. All the agri cultural products of temperate and keun tropio zones are easily rrou here, tao long Beacons tfivin a suocesion of crops thut double or treble the productive value of the laud. FICES OS" X-AND. Improved lands, with government title and water ritrht. can be bought for from to jO per acre, Keoorduij to location and improvement-, lu tk annaediate ueichbor Lood and to the south of the Casa Grande ruins there are thousands of acres covered with a heavy growth of mesiuie timiter yet Ofn to settlement, ihe-e ere air.on the choicest in the valley. Water in inexhaiis.ti ble quantitv is found at n depth of frm twenty to thirty fee-; in fact, a river seems to be llowing underneath, tiere is a splen did otiportanity to take up and improve land with a pumping system of irrigation, which is said to be successful on small tract, However, with the completion of the Butte reservoir, pumping will be a thing of the past, and it ia only mentioned here for tha purpose of showing what can be done, and to wagmfy the further fact that what was once conhidciied AS UNINHABITABLE DE92KT fa in truth the most productive land on the globe, aurl thitt there ia water in alutndanee to bring every foot. of it under cultivation, oniv waiti'i'rr or the macic wand of capital to develop it." There is no water-storage scheme on ths PaciJic coa-:t that has one-half tha natural advantapre and so few enmer- m di:cuitie? as the Butte reservoir, here nature ha-s built the abutment in ever-living rot'k, and ail that is left for man to do ia to put in the heauate, tne oniirrs w men roi in the gorge being: only senarateU by a palt -y 2i;0feet. A country ia drained throui.'h this narrow canyon -Uj miicjs square, repiescntius' 4'J.00U sijuare roiies. or larger than Maine ana Massachusetts combined. The rainfafi i wii ticient to il It the reservoir tw ice a year, and the land to he brought under cultivation is ni-ftftii-'iilv 1 tuft Ic-r. Thi ntav read like a fairy tuh but it is every word true, and has been venaea time auu again. CASA GHA5DB KE3EBVOIB. The reservoir of ths Casa Grande Valley Canal company ia the Innrest in the territory. It coven a -mr face of 15 ) i-.cres with an aver age depth of !2 ft-t. am! contains about eight thousand iuibion gal Ions of water. It if Sit uated fifteen miles wnthwest of Florence. A levee of earth has ben thrown up aerosa a depression in the plain H.OUO feet in length, Vi feet in width at the bottom and 2j feet in width at top. 2 to 1 slope on each side, and an average height of 25 feet. The waste is regu lated by 3 ca-t iron pipes 3 feet in diameter, setinioiid masonry, regulated by gates and tower. This reservoir cost $15u,UU0, and KUp plies water for d,UuO acres. Meteorological Statistics. The signal service of the general govern ment maintained a station at Florence from 174 to lf2. The report-) covering the period from July. 18ot), to April, lo2, g-ives the follow ing statistic-, which may betaken as a safe c-uideto the prevailing temperature jfiven during the series of six yeas: lddO. Mean. Max. Min. July W.4 111 61 August W.5 112 m SiMtember 81.0 107 4H rct(ber f3.0 1 Noveraler 52.1 80 25 December 50.9 77 '1 Idol- January 45.7 February 64.7 73 & 100 114 Hit 113 110 10 hi 21 21 4H 4f 44 64 62 50 35 25 March. - M.7 A or 11 fi'i.l Hay 74.7 Jnno fc3.7 July ...H7.9 August September 77.5 October 67.4 November 52.4 December 52.2 12. January. 4!.4 February 49.5 March 67.8 Anrii 62.1 79 23 27 V2 25 U2 5U0- The heat as represented in tlie above table during the months of Juno, July a'-id AuguHt U nothing like as unbearable as in the Eastern States, and death from flUSSTiiOEB iat'HKNOWW In fact, in a residence of sixteen years in Arizona the writer ha only known two persona to be overcome by the heat, and they recovered. Their condition, however, was more the result of whisky than heat. The air is so dry here that a registered temperature of HO degrees U not as oppres Rive as ft") deprrces in St. Louis or New lork. Tho Signal Service bureau has recognized this fat, and reports the difference between the apparent and sensible temperature to be fulls iu degrees. At nearly all times there is & pleasant breeze; the night are invariably cool in the summer, and out-door labor in performed without serious discomfort to either manor beyst on tho warmest days. Tery seldom docs the thermometer get be low the freezing point in winter, and in the irardenM of Florence to-day are castor bean plants two yoars or more old, UKTOUCIIXD BY FHOST. Oranc and lemon trees require slight pro tention during the winter for a year or two, until the wood is sufficiently hardened. VVhiie it is a popular thing for one to say that he i "not here for his heaith," it is an undisputed fact that for all pulmonary ail ments no climate on earth is equal to South ern Arizona, and there are numbers of active, industrious citiaens, with but one lung, who enrae hor years ago, expecting to live but a f ar weeks. But for all that, the wonderful Casa (Trande valley is something better than health resort. That portion of the great Casa Grande vnilev 1 ins along the line of the Southern pacific railway in the vicinity of CasaGrande and Arizola is at present, and with good reason considered one f the inont desirable portions of this utasoiucent iaotitberu Ari- zona. Ureal changes have been made in the appearance of this part of the valley during the last lour yee.rs. It was about that long ago that the Florence canal was completed um the work ot actual improvement bosrun, it is useless to deny that under our presut water system there is notliiug like u mlti cient water to irrigate this vat body of laud THE CASA GTt.VJTDE TAIJLEY OA WAX forty-three miles In length and covers b;V.M acres of land, about 7.U00 of which tire under euitiVUTion. It is so constructed thut it can be easily enlarged nnd its capacity iu- creasxl. A reservoir covering 1,0H) acres. havtug storage capacity of eight ballon gal lons, in the sutheast corner of township H, range , gsvea ample supply ot water tlie year round to all farmers located below it, but those above suffer by a shortage of water anring a few weeks in summer. it is proposed to remedy tins ny tlie con struction of a h n fie reservoir at the Buttes, fifteen miles northeast of rlorence. Com petent engineers have examined and reported upon the scheme and pronounce it feasible. BICiCLES AND BOOKS. Effeot of tho Wheal on the Demand for Literature. ' New York J!ookc!Iers Say Their Business Has Hern Bcriootly Affected by the Bicycle Epi demic. Among the many trades that com ilaiu of the havoc that has been ' r ought among: them by the craze for bicycling is that of the bookseller, who s;iys that, at present at least, peo ;lo would rather wheel thna read. The rublir.hera' Weekly treats of the rri::tter edit orally in rather a despairing vein, thcufrh it ee some light far uhciul, r.ml meanwhile advises thoweop insf boo!. seller to odd bicycles to his sloe'-;. It s:iy.s: " 'i)o bicycles Imrt boclcs?' was the mmi-entous question recently put by ilia Ne-.v York Tines to a number of 'cohscllers in New York city, and the :.iv-".Ll of opinion eemed to be in the rmo live. Not only the book trade, l.nt ri II ether -trades that have been in i.Tvlewc d on the subject claim to Buffer from th: bicyclinxr epidemic. ThoujjU much of this waiiinp is, perhaps, ex-s-TTi't.'d, it is not altogether based on nu'Tination. It does not, for instance, .-e;u rnreaBonaWe to assume, when for.'i-or.trd with the report that nearly ;::.r:0.( f)9 are invested in the manufac ture of bicycles in and near New York ei'y nlone, and that nearly 200,000 per rmw in the Mime loenlity Kre already addicted to 'wheeling, thnt the 'wheel' tlvts affect retail trades in general, atv.l r.otieetbly the book trade, which Vr-eu-ds upon sedentary rather than pjratubr.latory habits. "However, there seems to be some ltone left. One H the booksellers in terviewed, himself an enthusiastic whetlman, is of the opinion that the present effect of bicycling on the book lf;i(V must, be only temporary. His theory is that the increase of wheeling means at the rane time an increase of vigor and good health among the peo-pk-. Onc the first and present phae cf wlieelinjr i3 over, this renewed vigor will exhibit itself in a practical manner, as the people once more return to their libraries and books in better health and bettor prepared to enjoy thtm. Like all fads, bicyclicjr will reach a climax and then the reaction will set in. How nearly that climax hee been reached it. would be rah to Pay; but the indica tions ore tJint it is notyet in sipht. The majiu f acturers of bicycles have not yet touched bottom, 80 fir as prices are concerned, ad until th?y do, there will still be milliona to pass through the craze- which for the tir.:e being in de mornliiing' the equilibrium of trale. "We note in this connection the pro posal of a bookseller that the book trade add bicycles and their concomitants to :U stock. Dry good stores, the depart ment, etores fro-cerally, ays our friend, besides a. number of miscellaneous btores amocp the latVr ire men.tioncd even several dnijr etorus !n New York city alrcedy do & thriTin; buinef In- bic3 eles. If the bookucller l for the moment denied the pririlepe of furnish ing1 his fellows with lamps to their feet,' why, he claims, thould he not ke-p lcmps for their wheels,' and so bind them to the habit of buying- at a book store? The Prophet Nehum, thou sands of years aga. tainented 'that the city is full of tie roiee of the wheels.' And the world -till moves ! Why, then, should bookncHerB, mope end be unhap py? Let thero Uke Lftunoe's advice, and help to 'set the world on wheels.' At this iin Ho tacle 'everything docR!' 'Caps and bclla' will be 'celled In' by the inexorable decrees of fashion, but of the ina bin f of many book there will he no end nor of the selling of them, either."-- Literary Digest. CHRISTMAS HAD NO TERRORS. 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