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MONDAY, NOVIiNKKR 37, IS!>3.
AN INDEX TO YESTERDAY.
BI TELKGBsrR—The new tariff bill is
ready to be given out Reports of heads of
departments The crash of cabinets In
Burope Great destitution in the mining
regions of Wisconsin and Michigan At
tempted train robbery in Indiana—Train
wreckers' dastardly work on the Southern
Pacific A terrible tragedy In Indiana
Lehigh strikers resort to violence Pow
derly'a successor practically selected
Genera; news gleanings.
LOSAL AMD MIsOELLaNKOCS — Se
lecting Romans and slaves for Cleopatra
A Fresno man arrested for contempt of court
A stage coach with a history — The new
fire cllof Yesterday's sermons Frank
M Appon calls down Profesßor Riley A
mining excitement at Pasadena The mid
winter fair project looks brighter The de
plorable condition of a homeless Swede.
Pasadena—Funeral of A. J. Painter.
Santa Monica—Removal of the postofßce.
Ban Bkbnardino—The County Division Com
RivnasiDK — Plenty of Thanksgiving day
THE RESUMPTION OF LOANING.
The amount of money in the banks of
New York in excess of the legal reserve
is becoming something unprecedented.
By the last report telegraphed at the
close of business Saturday there was
nearly $71,000,000 surplus on hand,
which tbe banks were free to loan or to
use at their pleasure. Tbie is a very
different state of things from that pre
sented at tbe height of the late panic,
when these same banks were compelled
to issue $42,000,000 in clearing house
certificates to prevent tbeir weaker mem
bers going by the board, and tbe inaug
uration of an era of disaster only wit
nessed three times in the history of the
United States, The accumulation of
such an enormous sum above the re
quirements of sound banking in tbe city
of New York, and of equivalent eums in
tbe vaults of the banks of Boston and
Chicago, clearly shows a money
plethora which is fatal to any
chance of earning money by the
Jocking up process. All the indications,
therefore, point to tbe lending of east
ern money just now on liberal terms.
There is an absolute congestion of cash
in the east, and tbia fact will undoubt
edly result in the placing of large
amounts of loanable funds in the west.
There has been a paralysis of industries
east of the Rocky Mountains during the
past six months that has not been ex
ceeded either in 1837, 1857 or 1873. It
has been actually phenomenal. The
people of the Pacific coast, however, are
not so much interested in the status of
the industries of the east as they are in
the condition of the money market
there. There are many enterprises in
the country whose water is shed into
the Pacific that will be by
Judiciously applied capital.
The first requisite for the renewal of
prosperity in California is an easy money
market. The signs are multiplying that
we shall shortly have this. A much im
proved feeling exists j net now in finan
cial circles of San Francisco, and the in
dications are that the savings banks of
that city will shortly resume their
Sunday's Chronicle, in a careful re
view ot the financial situation at the
Golden Gate, in an article headed, "Will
Resume Loaning," sayß:
From present indications, aided in
some instances by direct statements
from the parties in interest, it will be
bat a abort time before the savings
banks of this city will resume making
loans on approved security, as hereto
fore, and will put into circulation
thereby a great deal of money which
they have been keeping locked up in
their vaults. It is claimed that their
annual statement, which will be due on
January Ist, will show them to have
nearly or quite twice as much money on
hand as they had on the Ist of last
January, and the natural sequence will
be to let it go.
That an exceedingly cheerful feeling
prevails in San Fiancißco is further
shown by the following, which we take
from the same article:
Tbe opinion has been expressed re
cently by some who have studied the
financial situation in this city that the
Ist of January, that is after tbe savings
bunks have made public their state
ments, money will be easier than it haa
been here for a number of years. Some
optimistic financiers go so far as to say
that tbe banks will then be looking for
borrowers, instead of borrowers looking
for accommodating banke. This may he
putting the case extremely, but what
with the influx of new money which the
minwinter fair visitors will bring us
and the desire of the banke to make up
mr the loss of earnings which the pres
ent year has entailed, it ia reasonably
certain that we shall have an easy and
a liberal money market, and it requires
no explanation to show what that means
to the prosperity of this city and of the
whole state. We shall not have "money
to throw to the birds," as one enthus
iast pats it, but there will be ample
funds to be bad on adequate security
and at fair rates of interest for tbe
legitimate development of the whole
A precisely similar state of things ex
ists in Los Angeles. Our savings banks
have given notice that all who desire to
do so can get their money, although the
law allows the banks to keep it in their
vaults until the first of January. The
facte of the financial situation are well
understood in this city. The depositor,
knowing that he can get his money, as
usual does not want it, preferring to
leave it in a place of safety, where he
can make something out of it. In Los
Angeles as in San Francisco, after tbe
publication oi the January bank state
ments showing how impregnable our
institutions are, a more liberal policy
will characterize our banks. This is tbe
more probable because the large disburse
ments involved in paying onr taxes will
have been made.
The financial history of Los Angeles
during the last twenty years has been
quite unique. During that period we
have had but two bank failures, that of
Temple & Workman, in 1875, and the
City bank, in the recent panic. Both
were unexampled instances of misman
agement. The former followed upon the
heelß of the failure of tbe bank of Cali
fornia in 1875, and the latter was a new
bank wbicb was run in violation of all
the canons of banking. These have
been the only instances of the failure of
a bank in tbe history of our young city.
The first of January statements of the
banks all over California will be looked
forward to with great interest, and there
is every reason to believe that they will
make the best showing in the history
of the state, and that their splendid ex
hibit will be followed by an era of great
progress and prosperity.
THE TARIFF-THE PROPOSED INCOME
It behooves any one who has ideas of
any value, or that might be of valne, to
congress in its action in respect to tbe
tariff, or to matters of taxation in gen
eral, to give them energetic expression
at once. According to tbe annonnce-
merits of the Associated Press, the Dem
ocratic majority of the ways and means
committee will report the outline of
their new tariff scheme to the full com
mittee today. It may be assumed with
out fear of contradiction that tbe plac
ing of the raw materials of manufactures
on the free list will meet the general
approval of the country. A slight addi
tion to tbe tax on whisky will be gener
ally commended. Beer, being really an
innocuous beverage, in tbe line of tem
perance rather than excess, might very
well be let alone. We gather, from the
character of the telegrams, that wines
and brandies will be allowed to remain
as tbey are, and the same may be said
as to citrus fruits. We are sorry to' Bee
that there is a tendency to repeal the
law allowing a bounty on beet and otner
domestic sugars. It looks to ub like
trifling with the people to proclaim a
bounty, ostensibly to encourage a great
agricultural industry, and tben to with
draw the bounty just as tbe nation had
tricked a lot of public spirited people
into providing expensive plants which,
in a half a dozen years, would enable us
to be independent of the world and of
protection as to our sugar supply. Beet
sugar is certainly and distinctively an
"iniant" industry; and, under the cir
cumstances, it ought to receive marked
Tbe proposition to impose an income
tax wiil not be favorably received in
this country in a time of profound peace.
The imposition of such a tax even dur
ing the war was greeted with great pro
test, and it caused bo much friction that
it was quickly repealed. It was looked
upon as inquisitorial and vexatiouc, and
was generally thought to be more pro
ductive of perjury than revenue. In
addition to the natural tendency of un
principled persons to lie themselves out
of paying money for the Bupport of the
government, an income tax car be very
readily converted into an engine of per
secution. Every one remembers the
degree of malignity that characterized
the treatment of Samuel J.Tilden under
the old income tax, away back in the
"sixties." The law expressly stipu
lated that, in case a man failed to return
his income, the assessor was at liberty
to estimate it himself. It was a distinct
alternative of which the taxpayer was
at liberty to avail himself. Mr. Tilden
was at that time engaged in many spec
ulative enterprises. He did not know
what hiß income was, as waa the case
with thousands of others; and, under
the express provision of the law, he al
lowed the assessor to estimate it. In
those days a man might be poor today
and rich tomorrow, and vice versa. And
yet, for simply allowing himself tbe lat
itude of the Mr. Tilden was hounded
by his political opponents like a crimi
mil. and their yelping never ceased
until his peremptory declination to be a
Becond time the Democratic candidate
for president. Then it was immediately
stopped, and the Sage of Gramercy Park
was recognized and spoken of aa one of
the great Americans.
While an income tax is not a good or
popular measure, there are some fea-
I turee of tbe proposed law that would be
i popularly received. Such, for instance,
! would be an inheritance tax on estates
ovor a certain amount. The United
States have always rightfully regarded
anything of tbe nature of primogeniture
or entail as an unmixed evil, and has
aimed to bring about a just division of a
decedent's fortune amongst his natural
heirs, following in this respect the just
lawß of France. The ease with which
the late Jay Gould escaped the payment
of the inheritance tax imposed by the
laws of the state of New York has called
attention to the necessity of severe laws
in this line, and a national statute would
find millions of advocates. The system
of absentee landlords is also rapidly be
coming intolerable in this country, and
LOS ANGELES HERALD* MONDAY MORNING; NOVEMBER 27, 1893
its greatest abuse is illustrated by the
fact that Mr. William Waldorf Astor is
drawing rents of some $0,000,000 a year
from property in the city of New York
which he is spending in England.
Abases of this kind ought to be met
by a sweeping and unsparing law. An
other great evil is growing np in the
United States. Immense holdings of
realty are passing into the hands of for
eigners. In order to discourage the
passing of millions of acres into foreign
ownership for purposes of pure specula
tion, to be held frequently to the detri
ment of a region in population and
wealth, an income tax might very prop
erly come into play in such cases.
We are inclined to think that these
are tbe only instances in which an
American sentiment would justify any
thing approaching to an income tax.
We are indebted to Hod. R. M. Wid
ney for a neat brochure under the title
of "Essential Elements of a Monetary
System," which embodies his address
before the "World's Congress of Bankers
and Financiers," assembled at Chicago,
in June. Judge Widney is an original
and vigorous thinker, and his views are
worthy of tbe serious consideration of
all persons who are interested in the
absorbing problems of finance.
We have refrained from treating at
length the new aspects of the Midwin
ter Fair project until we have heard
fully from the gentlemen who repre
sented Los Angeles at San Francisco,
and wbose interview with the Southern
Pacific Railway officials on hold-over
privileges will doubtless be fully pre
sented to the Chamber of Commerce
An enterprising gentleman near Ful
lerton has one hundred and sixty acres
of land planted in celery. He ships it
by the carload to Kansas City and Chi
cago, and has found it to be a most
For prolixity pure and simple the
Hawaiian controversy rakes in the
bakery. The word "logomachy" was
specially invented to cover this case.
Los Angeles Theater.—Fanny Dav
enport, tbe great American actress, sup
ported by her own company, beaded by
Melbourne McDowell and comprising
nineteen speaking characters and chorus
numbering over 100 people, will appear
on Monday, November 27, in Sardon'B
gorgeous spectacle "Cleopatra." In
this production Miss Davenport is seen
at bnr best and tbe play with its mag
nificent mounting and embellishments
is beyond any other in point of interest
First Congregational Church—The
Fifth California battalion of the Boys'
brigade will give entertainment in tbe
First Congregational church on Thurs
day and Saturday evenings. The sub
ject will be the World's Fair. Sterop
tican views of the late Columbian expo
sition and the coming California mid
winter fair will be given, with descrip
tiguß tt ir i IJL 1«» 11, ■«!■■ v t«l J - • .. », —
California board of lady managers of the
ATHLETIC CLUB FIELD DAY.
A New Chinaman In the One Mile
There in now a new Richmond in the
field for tbe mile Chinese bicycle race of
next Thursday. He was brought into
notoriety by Fay Stephenson and is now
termed Fay's unknown. His name is
Wong Ngui and he hails from River
Last Saturday Wong went into a
bicycle agency and asked them to lend
bim • wheel, as he wanted to ride in
Thursday's race. The agent wonld not
take tbe mances of breakage,
so told Wong that he conld
not accommodate him. Wong
then planked down the necessary
money and bought tbe machine. He
left orders that it be shipped to River
side at once, as he wanted to start into
training. He further ordered bent han
dle bars and toe clipped racing pedals
sent with it, as ha wanted to make good
A noted rider is now here in tbe person
of E. Ulbrecht of Chicago. He rode sec
ond to Meintzes, the great South
African, in his 100 mile race. Ulbrecht
has gone into steady training for the com
ing races, but he has not yet decided in
which he will compete. He is better
on long-distance track riding and road
riding than in short races, but is likoly
to make the local people ride. But two
more days intervene before Thanksgiv
ing is here, and with it the Athletic
club's fall held day. The indications
point to a big success in every respect.
There will be large delegations in from
tbe outside towns to witness the splen
THE RUSV QUKSTIOX.
Indiana State Officials at Loggerhead!
About frlze Fighting.
Indianapolis, Ind., Nov. 26.—Attor
ney General Smith has given an opinion
on the Roby question, holding that Sec
retary of State Meyers' office, as to per
taining to incorporations, is purely
ministerial, and that he has no author
ity to refuse to incorporate the Roby
Governor Mathews said tonight that
his position in the matter was unchangd,
after tbe opinion of Attorney General
Smith, "I still," said he, "believe Sec
retary of State Meyers is not compelled
to issue to the club articles of incorpo
ration, and be will not do so."
The fight has been postponed to De
cember 4th, and any attempt to pull it
off will be frustrated by GOO men in ble.
The Kaehss Karthciaahe.
London, Nov. 26. —A dispatch to the
Times from Teheren says 12,000 persons
perished in the earthquake at X urban :
10,000 bodies have already bsen recov
ered and 2000 are still in the ruins.
Fifty thousand cattle have been des
troyed so far. The shocks still continue.
A Now Billiard Match.
Chicago, Nov. 26 —Schaefer and Ives
have signed an agreement for another
billiard match to be played in January .
Tbe conditions are identical with the
match ji.iet played, excepting the anchor
nurse which is barred.
For Over Fifty Years
I Map. Winpi.ow'sSoothinu SYKUFhasboen used
for children teething. It soothes the child'
softens the gums, ailayß all pain, cures wind
colic, und is the best remedy lor dlarrhtea.
Twenty-five cents a bottle.
HERE AND THERE.
From the San Diego Daily Bunion: Cit
izens it is time to take action against
the great conspiracy formed by Los An
geles against our city. Crazed by (heir
jealousy of onr progress, the people up
there are doing all in their power to in
jure ns. Tbe "Bunion has irrefutable
proof of thia conspiracy from Mr. Pom
pey St. Clair, tbe accomplished gentle
man entrusted by Mr. Pullman with the
superintendency of the berths in one of
the sleeping cars that run between Chi
cago and San Diego. Mr. St. Clair says
that when his car left Chicago there
were two passengers for San Diego, and
twenty for Los Angeles, and that those
twenty finally persuaded the two to
stop in Los Angeles. Mr. St. Clair is
of the opinion that the Los Angeles
chamber of commerce employs these
twenty people to travel constantly be
tween Chicago and California in order
to divert immigration from San Diego,
a fact the "Bunion" will soon be able to
■'I ice your paper had an account, of
how Dr. Will Lindley recently bravely
stopped a runaway team on Spring
street, as the reporter pnt it by 'clutch
ing the horse's bridle and hanging on
like grim death,'" said a friend re*
"Yeß," I replied. "He showed him
self a brave man.,'
"Very true," was the reply, "but did
you hear of any of the Lindley family
clutching anything that they did not
hang on to like death?"
There is a Mr. Partington in this city
who astounded a business man recently
by telling him that in regard to a cer
tain enterprise a friend was making a
The women of Pomona are forming a
league to demand the increased purity
of the press. Thie will be rather hard
on Brer Tinsley of the erratic Progress
of that city. He is given to unconscion
ably anacreontic versions of amorous
stories regarding big pumpkins, snake
stories, adventures of double-headed
frogs, and the profits to be derived from
the cnltnre of alfalfa. It is to be hoped
that Tinßley will survive the press
Plagiarism, like murder, will alwavß
oat. Edmundson of tbe Banning Her
ald was at a press club symposium and
noticed Munn of the San Jacinto Regis
ter evidently gazing at a big jack pot.
"A watched jack pot never boils,
Munn," said Banning,
"That's true, but some of these play
ers soon will," replied Munn, and on
going into the reading room and pick
ing up a Town Topics that Edmundson
had jast laid down I read the little con
By the way Edmundson has had to
postpone buying those new rollers for
A press club aphorism. A workman
is known by his chips (red, white or
There are a whole lot of visiting San
Francisco newspapermen here, Zieginfus
several othere. One oTfnelff was with a
crowd of news gatherars on Saturday,
talking shop in the clnb reading rooms,
and suddenly exclaimed, "I've got a
bnsinesa matter to attend to at once. I
must send a business letter to a man at
the Hollenbeck." And he sat down,
and like the spring poet, "dashed off a
a few lines," rang up a messenger and
sent off his business letter.
Half an hour passed and the messen
ger came back, and with the tact and
good judgment typical of his class,
rushed up to the sender of the note and
blurted out before the whole crowd,
much to the amusement of Douglas
White, "Say, she went to New Mexico
This is an age of cures. There are
cures for all ills and all classes, but
abont tbe most comfortable restorative
device I have heard of is one practiced
by Gen. M. H. Sherman, the president
of the Electric Railway company. The
general has quite a little business to at
tend to. There is the electric and cable
railways, the electric railway of Phinnix,
A. T., a bank at Pbmnix, on? here, and
one in San Francisco, several ranches, a
number of real estate holdings in cities
and a few other things, so it might be
supposed that he would occasionally
But he don't, for there is where bis
cure comes in.
When he feels that he has been work
ing too hard, he goes to bed and stays
there until his nerves are steady again
and his brain working with its natural
clearness and quickness.
Nothing but tbe bouse burning up
would get bim out of bed under such
circumstances, until be gets ready, and
I believe if his hotel did get on fire
while he was taking his rest cure he
would call the porters and have bed
and himself carried down rather than
break in on bis rule.
If any one doubts the efficacy of thia
system just let them take a look at
Sherman and mark its effect on him.
World's Fair Columbian Edition Illus
This beautiful publication, printed on
the finest book paper, is now on Bale by
all the newsdealers and at tbe Herald
business office, It contains 48 pages of
information about Southern California
and over 50 illustrations. As a publica.
tion to send to eastern friends it has
never been equalled. Price, 15 cents in
Violence AH Along; the Line.
Wllkesbarre, Pa., Nov. 26 —At mid
night violence is reported all along the
line of the Lehigh Valley railroad. At
Sugar Notch a mob attacked the station
and drove the non-union operator from
the premises. The station ie abandoned
for the time being. Burgess Shields of
Sugar Notch has notified Sheriff Walterß
that he ia not in a position to preserve
Mr. P. J. Dwyer has left for New Or
leans, where be will join his son, who
is an invalid. While in the south Mr.
Dwyer will coniider the feasibility of
building a race track at Jacksonville,
Those who have nsed Dr. King's New Discov
ery know Its value, an t those who have not
have now the opportunity to try It free. Cal.
on the advertised drug/lst and get a trial bot
tle, free, eond your name and address to H. K.
Bucklen&Co., Ohlcago, and get a sample box
of Dr. King's Kew Life Pills, free, as wull as a
copy of Guide to Health and Household In
structor, tree All of which Is guaranteed to
do you good and cost you nothing, at C F.
Heinzemau'a drug store, Ti'i H. Main street.
AN ARTISTIC DISPLAY.
GERMAN'S ART CENTRE ON SOUTH
Work on the Interior Fittings Rapidly
Progressing—Not a Mere Jew
elry Store—Some of the De
partments That Will
Work has been rapidly progressing during
the pest week on the Interior Sitings of the
handsome jewelry establishment of M. German,
on South Spring atreet. between Third and
Fonrth, to which reference has already been
made in these columns. The artistic counters,
showcases and furnishings are in place, with a
large stock of valuable goods, including come
tasteful engravings, elegantly framed. It ia
evident, from what may be seen already, that
this Is destined to bo one of the show placet ol
Mr. German has exercised good judgment In
the selection of a location for his business. It
It convenient of access to the best residence
section ol the city, and just a little south of the
business center, which it moving steadily In
this direction, from day to day.
It should be understood by the public that
this Is something more than an ordinary jewelry
store. As already stated, over thirty persona
will be employed, llesldes the most extensive
ana complete stock of first-class jewelry to be
found on the Pacific Coast, outside ot San
Francisco, there will be a department of man
ufacturing jewelry to order; an optical depart
ment, under charge of a capable and ex
perienced optician, who will lit eyes free of
charge; a watch-repairing department, and a
complete line of artistic society stationery, in
cluding copper-plate engraving of wedding
and Invitation cards. Monograms and ad
dresses will be engraved without extra charge
to those who buy stationery.
Ladies and gentlemen who are passing this
establishment should not fall to Inspect the at
~« f ° r
fjjfl Holiday Goods
TIXF§ WmP* He £l, vises you to go to
lw| Curio Store,
325 S. Spring; St.
Special Novelties to Send East for
Christmas. Please Examine Our
Woods Before Buying 1 Your Presents.
OPALS AND JEWELRY.
Don't Pay Money tor Water
A solid Extract of Beef if more econ
omical than a ilqnia.for the reason
that it Is concentrated, and house
keepers will find it much cheaper tct
LlEßltt uuMrai.l l ri
EXTRACT OF BEEF
A solid, concentrated extract, free from
fat and gelatine or any foreign sub.
stance, and dissolve It themselves.
The w7 X* signature
genuine AO-e»Ssjtt*»a*-C*» f ot. the j.ir
nas this in ™-ye.
Baker Iron Works
940 TO 966 BUBHA VIBTA ST.,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
AeUeli lag the Boatkern Pacific grounds, Tel
etutone lkn. 7-21
C. F. HEINZEMAN,
Druggist & Chemist,
222 N. Main St., Los Angeles.
Prescriptions carefully compounded •***•»
CLARK & BRYSON,
(Successors to Clark A Humphreys)
Wholesale and Betall
Office, 123', West Second it., Bnrdick block
Yards at Kedondo and Lot Angeles. lii If
Will interest all our patron". There is
nothing everyone so much desires as a
handsome Table Service. It take 3 sil
ver to fill the bill, and fine [-liveware
is the pride of every housekeeper. It's
an opportunity lost not to look at our
stocK o! Table Silver of rich, elegant,
h?nutttul and novel designs and pat
terns. These goods exemplify the lat
est triumphs of the silvertmltn's art In
the product on of
Knives, Forks, Salad Sets,
Berry Bowls, Berry Forks,
Pie Forks, Bon Bon Dishes,
Hair Pin Trays, Cake Knives,
Ice Cream Slicers,
Jelly Knives, Sugar Tongs
And an endless variety of pretty designs
and handsome patterns in choice goods.
Bilvor doesn't wear out, and Its dura
bility m kes its cost compara'lvely
little in tlo- end—and the present low
price oi fill ver makes this a particularly
goad time to b ty. Call and Inspect our
very large t.tock.
Gold and Silversmiths,
120 and 122 N. SPRING ST.,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
Orange, Lemofland OtherFioe Fruit Lands
AND ORANGE AND LEMON TREES
OR FIVE AND TEN YEARS' TIME.
I CAN FURNIFH 50 FAMILIES with 10 acres each, only 1 mllo from center of Bed lands,
with pure mountain water In pipes nt each piece, ami on v requ r.sljilSO caih down on each
10, and balance on ten year*' time I oan eupply 10 acrea each to oO more peraoui at Mentone, I
with flrat-ciasa Waahlngion Navel, Mediterranean Sweet or Valencia Latu Orange and I.lsboi
L»mon trees; only require one-third caah down on land and ticca, balance oan run 5 v>-ars.
One variety of oranges grown at Mentone sold this vt ar at $4 per box, ono variety at (f*S 50 ocr
box, and the crop now on the treea la already sold at same rate. Where else can you Invest *
jour money to bring yon aa gieat returns?
ORANGE GROVES FOR SALE.
20 acres, half In Washing on Navel*] 10 acres 1 mile from Redlands, all in >
one-fourth In Medlteriauean Sweeo, bearing otanges 8 4,200
one-.ourth In lemons, wllh pleuty 20 acrea, oranges and olives, hall mile
water and only I>* miles from center from Metitoue Hol»l 12,000
of Redlands. Price. $ 7,000 20 acres, Mentone Highlands, all In I
40 acres I|4 miles from Redlands P.O. bearing 15,000
ail in bearing. Per acre 600 10 sores, oranges, good house and
Will divide in 3 pieces; same price. everything In tine condition 5,000 ,
LOS ANGELES CITY PROPERTY. 4
1 new house, 10 large rooms and cor- 1 two-story house on Temple street,
nerlot on Hill street; only $ 5,500 only 10 mlnuieV walk lroui the
Thia is $2onn leaa than thn •»>,,.i ..i„. court house; 11 is one of the best built
this prop*i?, 2. Z lotV&xlio. wUh SSod '-"sesinthecltv. plastered and d, c
sfa'oMV." «* ,
1 house of 12 rooms, only a lew door* VACANT BUILDING LOTS.
from the most beautiful place la the 1 lot on Angeleno Heights, only $ 1,200
city, and not more than 8 minutes' 1 lot in West Bonnie Btae, and the
walk from the court house; the tute- most d slrable now vacait 1,200 y
rlorof the house Is fluished In fancy 1 lot on Myrtle aye , near Pico, only.. 000
wood, frice for the present for the » I | 1 lot, with good barn, on Court st 1,200
house and two lots 6,800 | 2 lots onßellevuo aye., each 1,000
I have houses and lota in all parts of the city, although I only advertise a lew of the best '
bargains. Apply to
W. P. M'INTOSH,
■"resident and General Manager of the Barton and Mentone Land Cos., •
144 South Main St., Los Angele*.
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TAX COLLECTOR'S OF
fice, Los Angeles County,
Cal., Nov. 23, 1893.
Whereas, The collection of
personal property tax for the
current year was made on the
basis of last year's assess
ment, as provided by Section
3823 of the Political Code:
Whereas, The per cent of
tax levied for the current
year was cents on the
hundred dollars in excess of
the basis upon which the col
lection was made, leaving a
balance due the county of the
excess of this year's levy; and
Whereas, The balance re
maining due and unpaid on
personal property tax will be
come delinquent on the 27th
day of November, 1893,
Notice is hereby given to
all persons indebted for per
sonal property tax that unless
the same is paid on or before
the 27th day of November,
in st., a penalty of 15 per cent
will attach to said delinquent
This notice has reference
only to personal property not
secured by real estate.
E. E HEWITT,
Tax Collector Los Angeles
; County, Cal. U -24-4t-wit
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