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South Riverside Bee (Newspaper) - August 16, 1888, South Riverside, California a ut the Fe miles and from iii tlie belt in the in iVr or riim li losh than ill a homo in i to South Ki hus firii nhd unii ii through line another II road one of the in and u yard and lime a porphyry quarry and of a lo niuke Come and inspect our for SAN AUGUST 16, 1888. NUMBER 12. undersigned take in to the people of and vicinity that Stock of Invited sold on the Installment Main and Tenth ve 45- Agricultural in a A South FEED Rigs Furnished with or without Bus Meets ail A. 8L u MB Ho O R W I N D O * * New and Elegant Hotel in the Queen Colony of Southern California and Gem City of ihe Citrus Belt is Elegantly supplied with PURE SUNNY ROOMS with opportunity FOR BELLS and every modern for the comfort convenience of guests and the visitor to this new and enterprising Town will find this appointed hostelry a and healthful place | rounded by beautiful lofty fine easy ' AND WHITE SULPHUR BOTH HOT AND COLD only a few California R. a part of the Santa Fe system passes through South Riverside and within full view of the and the South Riverside A Elsinore Railroad will soon the new accessible all The is now open for the of be conducted in first-class style Qt moderate TO PER ' P. FUNERAL SUPPLIES ON Market HARNESS - ST. NEAR FOH domestic AV. - work B. AND CARRIAGES MAIN Why strident Now all the il brazen And In ilie to would hoar a strain Float across the seas wheat Than the notes elear from your the rounds so shrill to us Should have Or did you in dim sweeter play to Where beneath the olive the smooth On tlie flowery he lay the decline And the moon sky grown harsh of tone AVith each age on its HOW you cannot Lower your Bo it for through your notes Still some silvern music You shall he beloved by us Kinee you charmed WEDDING ADVERTISEMENTS SPRING WAGONS AND A. ESTATE NEXT Kdu WOODEN AND PRESSED and 1,50 third Estate Insurance M.D. R. J. C. Flora 8. South on Washburn between it Calls attended day or Doctor Hours between 2 and 4 DRAY and EXPRESS of BRICK Delivered to any part of in any N o TI oe J. Tiie to any foreign address for por 3'oar, for - in of my friends me well enough to forego all of delicacy and in tiie matter often tell me that I am of the leanest young men they ever saw in their 1 walk the streets I am grieved by the remarks of a certain class of small hoys who have not had proper These remarks are of a comparative one of and lamp by l am passing tlie 1 go ten blocks anything said and 1 am Being six iVel in does not add iu of my no suppose because 1 write so my that I am it. i 1 ovi rln a at a that 1 like a section of a railroad was day of my overcome as far as j the my excessive lack of always wear and no tailor ever secures my who does not thoroughly understand the art of confess to a certain degree of vanity regarding my personal and When L made the j discovery that I was about to bo married I gave no little thought to the appearance I present on an occasion more than at any other time in niy BO many persons would be gazing upon read books on etiquette to know under any a man might properly be with his and two suits of clothes to my found that this was allowable only in cases of and as my wife had set her heart on a church with everybody in fidl I gradually forced myself into the conviction that the overcoat and one clothes would have to be man of my looks positively and irredeemably awAd in the light weight of which rnost wedding suits are When I see such a man arrayed I that there is really something in the as it had to be t was married in the garments best calculated to make my attenuation glaringly My friends were and said nothing to cast a cloud on my but my sister She owed mo a grudge dating back to of my as she put her arms around my neck and she whispered in my you look awfully shoe stringy in that separation of four years made it possible for me to speak to Nell when we met but I sometimes fear that we can never bo the dear friends we once our marriage my wife and I went immediately to a far distant western iii which we made our I was too poor to throw or give away my detested wedding but I soon reduced them to a state of great shabbiness by them under my overcoat when about my wojk as a reporter daily Wc were not society and I had no idea that I ever again need a suit of that One day when I went home to dinner wy wife said it's a for you to be wearing that suit out in this Don't you suppose you could sell it and got some suitable and cheaper for every day here to say wife is a very economical as well as a and sensible Sometimes I think she knows more than I told her that I think about her A wise man will never seem to come into immediate with the opinions of his It is always to hang and pretend that you have a little sense of your even though you know that you have 12 o'clock that as I closing my desk at the to going editor of my paper said that report you of the trouble up at the uncommonly and will be talked about I I can get your salary raised on the strength of it. In the here's a little of something to show you that the appreciates good he spoke he handed mo a new He was the paper was making a great deal of and I felt that 1 was not being paid as as I so 1 took the money without any Fifty dollar bills were very scarce at our and as I hurried home through tlie dark streets 1 fancied to myself my wife's pride and pleasure when 1, should tell her of my good fortune on the 1 folded and refolded the until it was an inch and tucked it down into the watch pocket of my a had never used and one that few clothed in their right eyer used morning I was awakened by a great lire in a distant part of Uie hastily donning an old suit that I kejit for just such I hurried out get a good of the which to beof gut out an and it was late in the afternoon when 1 hoine 1 entered house my wife held uji a ten five and said you have that to on a suit that will do some You don't know what a you've you were away to-day 1 brushed and your Until it looked almost as good as and I it down to ohl the second hand and misfit and got tor I said and it Wits the first time I has ever called by her full and she turned as pale as I Mary Jane look carefully in all the pockets of that she all of I asked in all I'm that useless thing in the trousers called a watch I ' burst into and down with her apron over her I another and banged the door very I opened it softly in less than three we made it all up although we were still very sober over our wife said she do without a great many things that she never did do and I tried to take an optimistic view of the and said meekly and untruthfully that I supposed it was all for To make matters a little I drew from my pocket a elegant looking and said to my here's an invitation to tlie much talked of wedding and I really would like to I've known Helen Durant all her and I like if I do despise that snob of a George Smythe she is going to so said my wife here we might have gone as well as not if I hadn't sold your only It did look real nnd quite as good as I dare by lamp I could have worn my wedding and we could have made a very decent Its to bad began crying I said 1 would go away and never ceme back again she didn't Suddenly she jumped to her feet and said excitedly Tom 1 how foolish we are It all likely that old has sold the suit and that he hasn't looked in the Let us hurry right down to his store and buy it Wo can tell him it was a as it truly Let us hurry right reached the uninviting of in hand apd misfit in about fifteen but the suit ' haf sold it no more minutes and a It vas not I makes no money on It vood not vit a man dot anv ding at raced out of the I as we walked moodily not the only hundred pound six footer in. this That's I'll keep my eye on the other living and if I find the one who has my trousers I'll them back again by fair means or kept a sharp lookout for lean men during the next and was gratified to discover that there were fifteen or twenty in as lean as but all of were saved the of being informed by uks that they were wearing my a that might have been lessened by of twenty-five that I intended for the for the wedding before referred to drew near our desire to attend it and at last I said to my wife 1 cannot to get nie another full suit that I ' might need again tor ten And I'll at home forever and wear rags and tags before I'll wear a hired Hut we at go to the is to bo a church you and I ciin wear any ordinary business suit and overcoat to the 1 don't find the man who has my I did not find and we went early down to the that we might be first and our lack of festive garments less it wasn't for Helen I go 1 said as sat in the awaiting coming bridal endure lie thinks vastly superior to and makes ine sick with his talk about fashions and and all makes so mad to be as I often that he looks like know I'm long and my in such a I they came in the broad center with and lavender and blue and cream and five in black last of with yards and yards of white satin ami tulle and and Smythe clutched at my wife's arm and ' almost shouted in her has on my wedding as sure as a living woman Jane gave my arm an awful pinch in return and an admonishing poke in side with her my I as we homeward after tlie am nut Those my I would know trousers if i saw them on a Didn't you detect a faint odor of gasoline as he went by our my that I cannot go to the most fashionable wedding of the season because the bridegroom hits on my But if I had gone he'd had to have stayed at wouldn't Lean as we arp we couldn't both have worn perfectly ridiculous you interrupted Mary don't feel at all sure that they were your if they how are we going to get out of that didn't get it. But they were niy I gave old Isaacs a dollar for telling me that Jie had sold the suit to who sworn to on the He looked heart broken and turned when I told him about that J. in Detroit Free AND you have any bargains you want to dispose let the know it through The San Diego Union of the first instant says Puterbaugh returned New York and reported that lie had no difficulty in placing in bonds by the San Luis Rey Flume The enterprise will now be said the Over has already been spent in that Work will be tlw storago and diverting and iii the construction of The main reservoir will be located on Warner's will cover nearly acres when A nineteen miles will carry water to a reservoir in Bear froni which point it will be available to a vast area of agricultural The reservoir will bo located 2().')P is so rare to find any eastern paper that will present the to California that we to reproduce the froiN the a journal in New York and written by a reporter on the It says from Oregon tlie north to Mexico or Lower California on the has a length from northwest to southeast of 770 and from Nevada and Arizona the east to the Pacific ocean on au average HoO 15.S,8t)0 square miles it is the second State in the was acquired by later by purchase from Mexico in 1847, and was admitted into the Union as a State on the 9th.day of 1850. 1880 it had a population of. 8G-1,G94, and at the present time itti population will exceed 1,500,000, almost what it was in 1.880. 1880 California ranked among the States in per ninth in aggregate twenty-fourth in in manufacturing and fifteenth in agricultural The value of all property in ISSO was in Increase over the year 188(i, The in commercial and banks in 1887 amounted to In savings banks The net debt of the State There are published In the State 427 1885 there were 2,2G2 public school with a increase since that at that time 3,028 with school that year of Salaries paid to teachers Value of. school gold and silver product for 1887 Total gol I and silver product since orange crop for the season of 1887-8 was of 1,250,(HH) and the hop product 4,-500,-000. Tlie annual average of the wool product for ten vears is 45,500,000 the last eight yenrs wheat shipments have amounted to 15,000,000 and finur to The annual the barley crop in the hwt years been 20,000.000 Quicksilver product has been 45,000 flasks per year for the last eight Grape brandy in 1887. 800,000 Wine annual for five iRaisin product for 1877, 1,000,000 Bean product for 1887,00,000,000 Vegetables shipped in 1887, 35,342)000 figures are the most reliable and show in a the vast growth and prosperity of this wonderful Gnu can hardly write of the and advantages of California and tell of her glorious mate and prolific her of wealth importance geographical peculiarities boundless her natural wonders and without and forni aie a cou and are not found It combines the elements of the temperate those of the more tropical so that the settler can quickly build up and beautify a most desirable meets the energetic element the Northern States in a climate capable of not only the tlie but the luxuries the Southern ' The good of both and all of America hera combine to make one people are becoming aware hundreds and thousands arc flocking here seeking It is the largest to 4varing the list came to are springing up alP 4be and with the comforts of of the happiness Of wo shuU have later as we visit turn to ascertain more fully the facts and figures of their growth and lier plans for the new Hali Jail he built in Pomona at were submitted lo the City last level of the I Company down a well that the company will able to at the of the bet ween 300,OtX) and 400,- ' canyon from which 000 acres of per
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