Still HubfcUim OYM WltH Ftithu-
Los Angeles is not satisfied with being
the) banner Republican county of the
Stat* (.it is admitted to have that distinc
tion), but it ambitiously demands that
it shall be considered th* foremost
coontv in almost every other par
ticular. Its "glorious climate" is
»*rv productive; so much so that
from it and by it have been built
eitiea, towns, railroads, homes, and tor
many months it very successfully sup
ported that most exhaustive of modern
products—a "boom." The last was too
much, and was gotten lid of as soon as
possible. There was naturally a consid
erable shock when that financial tumor
was excised from the economic body of
the county; but it was felt only momen
tarily, and there was no cessation
from development, progress and cli
mate worship. There is none now,
people are coming in every day by hun
dreds ; new buildings are going up as fast
as bricks can be laid and mortar mixed;
railroad building is especially active; the
demands of commerce are such that the
further improvement of San Pedro har
bor has become an absolute necessity.
To show what is claimed for
the city of Los Angeles is
based on irrefutable facts, some
figures may be given, ror instance,
there are new buildings being erected in
the city, the aggregate cost of which will
be $7,200,426, divided as follows: Public
buildings, county, city and Federal,
$1,018,000; theateis and society build
ings, $44>,000; churches, $114,600;
schools, $l20,50o; depot and transit com
pany's ouildings, $365,000; charitable in
What is being expended on residences
and business houses can only be es'.im
ated, as there are no available statistics
to be had, but it can safely be said that
three times the amount given above us
being interested in public buildings in
Los Angeles is being expended for homes
and business blocks.
But the greatest undertaking is the
building ot the cable road system of the
city, which, when completed, will make
a connecting number oi lines 21 miles
long, and which will cost over $2,000,000.
In 1887 the real estate transfers for the
year amouoted t0598,084,162. Thiß year
the total will not exceed $70,000,000, and
everyone is glad of it. Last year was the
boom season; Los Angeles had the big
boom and every town in the couuty had
a boomlet. The figures look big and
have a prosperous sound, but there was
a large portion of the business which had
absolutely no foundation, which, like the
proposed towns and corner lots, existed
only on paper. During the present year
the"sales in the main have been legiti
mate, and the h.nd and lots transferred
were immediately improved.
The total county assessment this year
amounted to $107,757,803; last year it
was $99,416,402. But there is little oc
casion to cite such figures; everyone
who has heard of Los Angeles at all has
beard of its wonderful development.
About Pasadena volumes not only could
be, but have been written. Pasadena
has now a population of at least 20,000;
it has a hotel (the Raymond) of a world
wide reputation; it has electric lights,
numerous street-car lines, an opera
house which rivals any theater in the
state. It is purely a city of
homes, and the most beautiful,
luxurious homes in the State. Half of
tbe people have nothing to do but to spend
their money, and the other half assist
them to do it. There are stores, banks,
hotels, and everything but a saloon, con
ducted on as large a scale as any in Los
Angeles, and all doing a good business.
Just to the south, in fact, almost adjoin
ing Pasadena, is another city of homes,
Alhambra, which is only second to Pasa
dena in its magnitude. The same pro
gress, the same presence of metropolitr<u
comforts and luxuries, might he made
the subject of columns of matter about
Pomona, Santa Ana, Anaheim, SaQta
Monica (where the Soldiers' Home is
located), Long Beach, Monrovia, Orange,
Downey and other charming piaces.
The county, to be sure, is greatly
aided by the regular winter's invasion of
tourists and Eastern climate refugees.
And on a superficial view it might be
thought that the business of the county
was dependent on these visitors, but
such a view would be only superficial.
Los Angeles, as au agricultural county,
can display a remarkable record. A
full half of all the corn raised in this
State is grown in this county, the crop
this year being in the neighborhood of
3,000".000 bushels. It is the finest that
can be grown, grading at the highest
standard, and the yield frequently aver
ages 100 bushels to the acre. The yield
of wheat since 1878 has advanced from
75,000 bushels to over 2,000,000 bushels,
and this year's crop iB estimated at
3,000,000 bushels. The bearing vines in
the county aggregate 17,500 acres, which
yield about 125,000 tons per annum.
This year's vintage is estimated at 2,500
-,-000 gallons and the brandy production at
1,000,000 gallons. At a low estimate
this county has now 2,000,000 orange
trees and 100,000 lemon trees. Decidu
ous and small fruits form an important
industry. Gattle grow and hens lay all
Yet there is not enough to eat here.
The North and the East have to be
called on for provender, because the
farms, the dairies and the chicken
ranches cannot keep pace with the in
crease of population. The stationary
population of the county is almost
160,000; on the "Great Register" are the
names of 30,336 voters, but the whole
population may be figured at three or
or four times that number six months
out of the year, and it shows no sign of
There are manufactories springing up
all over the country. Orchards, vine
yards, grain, vegetable and chicken
ranches are being started, but there is no
excuse for apprehending an over supply.
Los Angeles county to-day offers un
rivaled attractions to the capitalist, the
common laborer, the invalid and the
Pleasant for Mamma: Little Johnny
(looking curiously at the visitor) —
"Where did the chicken bite yon, Mr.
Billns? I don't see any of the marks."
Visitor —"Why, Johnny, I haven't been
£ bitten by any chicken." Johnny—
■ "Mamma, didn't you tell papa Mr, Billus
was dreadfully henpecked? Why, mam-
I ma, how funny you look! Your face is
f all red." —[Chicago Tribune.
In th] Apple tree sings the blue-bird.
Id the Maples tbe robins swing,
And the Violets blue, in the morning dew,
Are whispering all of spring.
Aoroas the meadows tbe zephyrs
nance lazily to and fro;
While odors sweet spring up at their feet,
■ Wherever they come and go.
In the garden the yellow Crocus
Its golden banners toss,
And Anemones hide on the warm hillside,
'Mid the leaves and tangled most;
While the brooklet gleams in tbe valley,
Whe.e the downy aatklns nod:
And Lily Bells peep where the Myrtles creep,
h All over the iv (ted -sod.
—[V jokg Magsslne.
I TINTS »» *'oy's harness Shop, i' 17Losangoles
THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD: SUNDAY MOKJNIJNQ, JANUARY fj, 1889.
London's < 'elebrated
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IsTATKmTsnF OF THK CONDITION
THE FARMERS' AND MERCHANTS' BANK
OF LOS ANGELES
At the close of business December 31, 1«8S.
Cash on hand ....$2,004,684 09
Cash with Banks
York aud Lou
don, 907,125 1R
Total Available Cash. *2,!>11 SlO 17
United Stats 4 per cent, and
other Government Bonds ... 188.787 68
Stocks aud Warrants 56.818 02
Loans and Discounts 2,402,451 10
Real E-tate. Yaul s, safe and of
fice Fnrnitare 11,607 80
Capital 1j>500,000 00
Surplus 500 000 00
Undivided Profits 264 464 40
Due Depositors 4 300,009 81
Dividends (deflated and uncalled
for) ■ 1,000 00
TATE OF CALIFORNIA, j
COUNTY OF R8 ANGEI.KS,(
Isaiah W. Hellman Hnd L. C. Goodwin, being
first duly sworn, each for himself, doth depose
and sa\': That lie is respectively the President
and Vice-President, of the Farmers'and Mer
chants' Bank oi Los Augeles. That he has
examined the 'oregoinc statement, and tr.at
saia statement la true and correct in all partic
ulars. aud is to the best of their knowledge and
belief a true statement of the condition of the
strain of the Farmers' and Merchants' Bank ol
Los Augeles at tbe lime herein above set forth.
(Signed) ISAIAS W. HELLMAN. President.
(Signed) L. C. (IOuDWIN, Vice-President.
Subscribed and Bworn to before nic this 4th
(Sicned) CHARLES WORTH,
jafl lm Notary Public.
JJEPORT OF THK CONDITION
| FIRST NATIONAL BANK
At Los Angeles, in the State of California, at the
close of business, December 12,1883.
Loans aud discounts $1,166,303 16
Overdraws, Becured and unse
cured 14,211 21
D. 8. Bonds t.) secure circulation 50,000 00
U. 8. Bonds to secure deposits. 100.000 00
• Other stocks, bonds and mort
gages 23(1,579 01
' Due from approved reserve ag'uts 2. r >0,28() 76
' Due from other National Banks. 43,106 57
I Due from S,ate Banks and bank
, ers 115,571 10
Real estate, furniture, aud fix
tures 91.527 97
[ Premiums paid 25,237 63
Checks and other cash Item? 4.571 00
Kxelunges for cle-tring-hoitse 5,909 27
i Bills of other batiks 4,230 00
• Fraciioual paper currency, nick
els, sud cents 62 07
' Specie 418,310 60
I I ~,»o 1 .ton*tpr .<otC!. 6,000 00
: Redemption fund with U. S. Treas
r urer (5 per cent, of circulation 2,250 00
Total $2,534,340 65
1 Capital stock paid in $200,000 00
SttrplUß fund . 50,000 00
Undivided profits ... 166,852 21
' National Bank notes outstanding. 44,800 00
' Individual deposits subject to
I check 1,783,463 68
Demand cettificates of deposit 138,586 19
Certified checks 8,92!) 14
Cashier's checks outstanding 3,480 84
United States deposits .... 109,989 48
Deposits of U. s. disiiursingotlicets 10 52
Due to other National Banks 12,945 52
Due to State Banks and bankers . 15,274 07
Total $2,584,340 65
Statu of Califobnia, i
County of Los AWGELBB, i
I, J. M. Elliott, cashier of the above-named
bauk, do solemnly swear that the above state
ment is true to the best of my knowledge and
belief. J. M. ELLIOTT, Cashier.
S .inscribed and sworn to before me, this 24th
day of December, A. D. 1883.
ROBERT N. BULLA, NotaryJPublic.
K. F. Spence, i
S. 11. Mott, > Direct,ts.
d 27 7t J. F. Crank , >
LOS ANGELES SAVINGS BANK,
Showing its Financial Condition on the morn
ing of January 1, 1889.
Miscellaneous Bonds and Stocks .$ 11,800 00
Loans on Real Estate 286,937 00
Money ou hand ... 7,828 31
Checks and other cash items 683 92
Due from Ban ksand Bankers 9.802 37
Furniture and Fixtures 3,582 27
Expenses . 2 890 32
Taxes 3,300 75
Capital paid up $ 25,000 00
Profit and Loss 22,218 27
Due Depositors 279,106 67
State of California, *
County of Los Angeles,')
We do solemnly swear that we have (and
each ot us has) a personal knowledge of the
matters coutained in the foregoing Report, aud
that every allegation, statement, matter and
thing therein contained Is true to the best of
onr knowledge and belief.
L. C. GOODWIN, President.
W. M CASWELL, Secretary.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this ——
day of January, 1889.
ja3 14t T. I£. KOWAN, Notary Public.
CITATBMENT OF THE CONDITION
THE UNIVERSITY BANK
OF LOS ANGELES,
At the close of business on December 31,1838.
Cash ou hand. $ 35,674 41
Cash due from banks 61,057 03
Cash ou call 11,707 37
Loans 240,282 11
Furniture and fixtures 2,711 77
Expenses and taxes paid 16,204 24
Total $367,636 93
Capital stock paid in . $100,000 00
Undivided profits . 37,717 22
Duebauks 119 45
Due depositors 229,800 26
Total $367,636 93
Statu of California, (
County of Los AXSM.ES,)
R. M. Widney, President, and Georse L. Ar
no'.J, Cashier, of the University Bank of Los
Augeles, being severally duly Bworn, each for
himself, says the foregoing statement is true to
the nest of vis knowledge and belief.
(seal.) R. M. WIDNEY. President.
GEO. L. ARNOLD, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2d
day of January, A. D. 1889.
GKO. J. CLARKE, Notary Public.
STATEMENT OF THE PAID-UP CAPITAL
UNIVERSITY BANK OF LOS ANGELES,
On December 31,1888.
Amount of Capital paid up in
United States gold coin $100,000 00
State of California, /
County of Los Anokles.l
R M. Widney, President, and George L. Ar
nold, Cashier, of the University Bank of Los
Angeles, being severally duly sworn, ™ h
for himself, says the foregoing Statement is
true to the best of his knowledge and belief.
iskaxJ R. M. WIDNKY, President.
GEO. L. ARNOLD, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before )ma, this Sd f
day of January. A. 1). 1889. j
js4 7t OEO. J i.'I.AKKK,Notary Public. |
Cor. Fort and Soconu Bt».. Los Aiu-.
Subscribed Capital K°s>°Sl
Paid np Capital... HvIOO.OOO
Hervev Lindley, J. C. Kays, K. W. Jouos
' Juan Bornard, J. Fraukenfleld.
H. G. Newhall President
H. C. Wi'mer Vice-President ,
I. J. Wei doll, Cashier.
General Banking and ExchunKo Busiues
1.1A XM!•:'>• AND MERCHANTS' SAN ».
OF LOS ANGELES, CAI,.
Isaias W. Hbllman President
ft. C. Goodwin Vice-President
Capital, - ~ - - $.''oo,ooo.
Snrplns and Undivided Profit* 700,000.
Tota', - - - - $1,200,000.
O. W. Chi! Is, Cameron E. Thorn, Jose Mas
carel, John s. Orithu, Jsmes B. Lankershim
C. Dacommv.n, Philip Gamier, L. 0. Goodwin
Isaias W. Hc'lman.
O. W. Chil.ls, L. L. Bradbury, Philip Gar
nier. Louis I olaski, John S. Griffin, Jose Mas
carel, James 11. l.aukershim, ('has. Ducommun,
Cameron E. '1 horn, Andrew GlassaU, Domingo
Amestoy, L. C. (ioodwiu, Prestley C. Baker, Ij.
J. Rose, Frauk l.ecouvreur, Oliver H. Bliss,
Sarah J. Lee. Estate D. Solomon, Chris. Hennfl
Jacob Kuhrts, Isaias W. Hellman. jl
T OS ANUELKS NATIONAL BANK,
Cob. First and SpRrNO Sts.
Capital $500,00(1 OC
Surplus a;:d Undivided Promts. 50,000 00
Total $660,000 00
GEO. H. BONEBRAKK President.
JOHN BRYSON, Sr Vice-President.
F. c. howes cashier.
Dr. W. G. Cochran, H. H. MABB HAM.
Perry M. Green, John Bryson, So.,
Dr. H. SIrrsABACSE, F. 0. Howes.
George H. Bonkkk^kk.
Exchange lor sale on all the principal citlei
of the United states and Europe. JyS
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA NATIONAL BANK
JOHN I. REDICK President
L. N. BREED Vice-President
WM. F. BOSBYSHELL Cashier
Paid in Capital *200.000
Authorized Capital 500,000
Directors—L. N. Breed, H, T. Newell, H. A
Barclay. Charles E. Day, Ben E. Wa'i, D. M.
Graham, E. C. Bosbysheli, M. Hasan, Frank
Radar, William F. Bosbysheli, John 1. Redick,
, ANGELES CODNTY BANK.
Temple Block, Los Augeles, Cal,
Csottal Stock Paid Up. $100,000.
' Reserve Fund, $100,000.
JOHN E. PLATER President
I R.S.BAKER Vice-President
i GEO H. STEWART Cashie'
H. L Maenell. Jotham Bixhy,
1 John E. Plater, Robert S. Bstker,
John A. Paxton, Geo. W. Prescott,
Geo. H. Stewart.
• Bu) and Sell Exchange on San Fran
cisco, New York, Loudon, Paris, Berlin and
I Buy Exchange on all partsof the United Stater
1 and En-ope.
Recei re Mouey on open account and cer
-1 tlficate. f deposit, aud do a genetal bßuking
and exch-tnge b-.tslness.
I piRST N ATIONAL BAN tC OF LOS ANGKLE3
» CAPITAL STOCK $200,000
UNITE.) STATES DEPOSITORY,
> c. f. spence i president
' J. D. BICKNE: f Vice-President
J. M. ELLIOTT Cashier
' G. B SHAFFER Assistant Cashier.
• Directors—E. F. Sneuce, J. 1). Bit-knell,.-). H
' Mott. Wm. Ittcy, J. F. Crank, !t. Mabnry
■ J. M. Elliott. Jl
| fJtHK UNIVERSITY BANK OF 1,0 j * NGELES
■ No. 119 Now High t.treot.
■ capital stock paid OT - - - $100,000
R. M. WIDNKY - President
GEO. L. ARNOLD .... Cashier
GEO. BINSABACGH, - • Telle?
R. M. wir.ssY, W. H. WoaiuiAft
i D. 0. Miltimukb 0, M Wells.
8. W. Little, L. J. P. Morrill,
D. K. KISLEY.
Eight per cent, bonds secured by first mort
gage on real estate, with interest payeble semi
annually, are offered to investors of $250 and
J OS ANGELES SAVINGS BANK.,
~* 130 NORTH MAIN BTKEFT.
L. C. GOODWIN President
W. M. CASWELL SecbBTARY
I. W. Hellman, John E. Plate 0 .,
Rorkp-t S. Baker, John A. I'ji x ro-j
1 L. C. Goodwin.
Term deposits will bo received in sumsc!
, $100 and over. Ordinary deposils iv sums of
$10 and over.
Money to loan on first-class real estate.
Los Angeles, July 1. 1884. jltf
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Alto the finest Assortment of Cakes, Pies, etc
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Los Angeles. December 4,1885.
C. H. Webl), Etq., »10 East First Street, Im
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I have suffered for yours with Dyspepsia,
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Kates, $1 aud upwards, aocordiug to rooms.
First-class Spanish and French
HANDSOME PRIVATE DINING PARLORS
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