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to rem, buy or sell property will do well 10 ad
vertise iv the Herald
| OFFICIAL CITY PAPKR.
SI'KCIAI.
DTtRIN SALE OF UNREDEEMED
pledges ol the star Loan office, 300_N.
Main si., cily- s. w. gold watches, 11. < 111
-f*nyl«,it«9. H. < • Waltham 829,.u1-tt7,4aJ,
II (' . Waltham 4,44(1,803-Mi0,703. 11. C. Elgin
2 088 361-10,268; 8. filled cases, 11. <. r.I
glll 8,211,732-116,082, H. C. Oilumbus 241,
-698-2,168,495, 11. C.Trenton 153,4 1.-.>'-. .
11. r. Waltham 4,758,574-552,870, H. C. Wal
tham 8,256,620 82,776, O. F. Elgin '... .>
-455 Hid S. W. silver watches, o. P. Wa.lham,
2 8510*12 O. F. Walibttin 2,757,045.3'-!,ldo,
o*. F.'nickle Trenton 94,977, o. F. Waltlmm
5 gold rings, 5 pr. opera glasses, 1
compass, 3 violins. Sac. Monday, Nov. o. sa.
in., THOS. CLARK, auctioneer. MRS. K.
' FKJtNER, prop. I""' 11 '"
18-YOU HAVE ANY PROPERTY FOR SALE,
to lease or exchange, I w ill guarantee to get
you customers quicker than any real estate
dealer la Los Angeles. I'm a hustler and not
here for my health. Send me your list. It
won't cost yon anything to do so. lies ot rel
erences. W. L. 8., Box 565, Los Allgc.c- po-l
offlos, __L°:_lL
NOTICE-THE LOS ANGELES CITY W VTEK
company v.ill sirieily enforce the follow
ing rule.- ; The hour- fijr sprinkling are between
6 and S o'clock a.m. and <• and 801 k p.m.
For a violation of the above regulation the
water will be shin off and a fine of S- will Be
charged before the water will be turned on
again. !
THE SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES"(IF TIIK -I \1 E
Loan and Trust company are inclosed 111 a
lire-proof and burglar-proof \atili, with lime
locks, and brilliantly lighted by electricity;
• IcOTes attached for the private examination
Of valuables, with writing materials; a young
lady In attendance. 8-1 tt
A WITH A DIBA-
J\ greeable odor ol the feet can positii. ybe
permancntlv cured at 11 nominal expense.
Address HUE. LORRAINE, P. o. box .)".>,
city. Satisfaction guaranteed; simple reme
dy"; not injurious. -° 26 tl
esm'in-s FEMALE PILLS AS A SPECIFIC
monthly medicine for immediate telle, [or
painful and irregular menses—from whatever
cause. For sale by FREEMAN A CARPER, 102
North Spring st. 'Price, tfß per i.e.. ■■-!' ly
pi TREE CARRIAGE AND WAGON
works; all kinds of painting and r. pair
lug 12S San Pedro it., between Firs I sod
Second sis., 1-os Angeles. 7-6 tf
]V>R HOUSES 1(1 KENT CALL ON
J BARNES A BARNES,
10-1 ti 227 w. Second st,
F.~~sToPER, Hoi"BE - Si>VER. (IFFICE,
. 112 I'entet phinv ' 5I!
I'EhSIINAI,
I*^»ERSt >N Al.-i'«»FFEK, FRESH R( > ISTED ON
our giant coffee roaster. Java and Mia ha,
354 lb: mountain coffee, 25c; gernica. 20c;
rolled rye, lOe: 6 lbs rolled wheal, 25c: lo
lbs"corn meal, 15c; 1" lbs granulated stigar,
91; 10 lbs lieans, 26c; 3 cans apricots, !isc;
X cans tomatoes, 25c; 3 cans roast beef.'Bic;
3 pkts mincemeat, 26c: extrac heel, 25e: 4
bars Dinmore's soep, 25c; coal oil, sue . 3 lbs
lard, 30c; perk, 14V". Picnic hams, 12Uc
ECpNomc STORKS, 305 8. Spring si. . II
V~ YOUNG MAN RECENTLY I'R' M FtiE
east, who is on the coast for a pleasure
trip., desires the acquaintance of some intelli
gent, refined ami respectable young lady be
tween 20 and 26 years of age; intentions
strictly honorable; n'esi of references furnished
and desired; w ill remain in Southern Califor
nia for at least fix months; photographs ex
changed; letters returned If so wished. Ad
dress K. R. P., Box so, Herald office. 10-38-tf
3 PERSONAL — RALPH - BROS. GOLD BAR
flour, 91.00; city flour, BOc; granulated
sugar, llilh>.-f!; brown sugar, 20 lbs 91; "lbs
rolled oats, ise: Bardlnes, 5 boxes 25c; table
fruit. ;i cans 50c; Midland coffee, 25e lb; east
ern Oil, SOc; gasoline, Stic; g-lb call corned
beef. 15c; lard, 10 lbs, 96c; 5 lbs, SOc. 601
TJBRSONAL— MRS. PARKER, CLAIRVOY-
I ant; consultations on business, love, mar
riage, disease, mineral location-, life reading,
etc. Take University electric cms to Forrester
eve. and Hoover go west on Forrester by.
8 blocks to Vine St.; second house on Vine
West of Vermont aye. 8-80 tf
'l ) ERBON AL—A Y< It'NG MAN, A BTR \NG ER
I In the city, would like lo correspond with
a young holy' 19 years of age; am of English
parentage, and have no bad habits: i:>w ntlons
Strictly Honorable. Address B. N., lio.v 20, this
orlice. _i 10 ~"Tl
ijERBONAL— saw YOU IN A
1 drygoods store Friday afternoon on Spring
■tree .' Why did you not notice me? Address
me at tha Hollenbeck hotel until Wednesday
if you want to see inc. 10 3j 3t i. M.
IJERSO NA1 —MAMfii -YOU AREA DMSY!
Why did you not appear according to ap
pointment on Wednesdaj last. Was promptly
ontiine at 2 o'clock mid waited half an hour.
Drop me a note. 10 81 SI 8,
JJ^UtBONtL— AG X K8- -\V H~Y WkTTe You
not at the pot ioffice according to appoint
mcnl ou Friday. I must leave Sunday even
ing. Be at Sixth-street park Sunday, BiMh, at
1 o'clock p. m. loai 21 CHARLIE.
IJERSON AL DOB—LAURA AND 1 wTI. I. BE
ul the ball game tomorrow. Have Gus
with you without fall.. We'can all go to dinner
together. Mama is cut of towp, MAY.
It
tSeRSOXAL — MATRIMONIAL BUREAU"
A strictly private. Persons w i lling to marry
call or address, enclosing stamp, J. JACKSON,
suite li, '.'lib 1 , s. spring st.. I.os Angeles, cal.
10-29-7t
Via it it ied la dibs' - - ifEguarD; pat
iVX ented; no medicine; no equal; money re
funded if got satisfactory. Send it) cents to
LALUEs' NOVELTY co , Kansas City, Mo.
U 'Jo dm
10k kx< 11 \m;k.
•ThMi" EXCHANGE '2' , ACRE-'. OF LAND
unimproved, lor city residence, 5 acres
improved w Ithin 2 miles of city. half cash, bal
ance in trade; 40 acres 12 miles from city,
mostly in aliali-, ior oi I y properly, Improved
or otherwise; 80 acres 13 miles from oity, one
halt improved, good flowing well, would ex
change ior drug store. CHARLES C, LAMB,
818 W. First st. 10-15 tf
TXIK ~ EXCIIANiTE-7\ R-STORY BI -INI 88
X block, centrally located, and In the line ol
the most rapid and substantial growth of the
city; price, 918,000; Incumbrance, 98400.
Will trade equity for any good property.
NoLAN A SMITH, 229 West Second, m-211-.i
TU? OR E XCH ANG E~FI )K~ EA ST URN oil
Northern California income property, 211
acres iv this cily, covered with full bearing
trees; desirable for subdivision; make- 11m
lots: has street car and electric light. PEIP.v.
CO., 120 W, First st. 10-85 if
... i(|a ; . FOR E XCI lAN 1, if -A VERY Fi N E
-rl|\i,l 10-acre orange orchard at Pomona.
Price, 940U0. Clear of incumbrance. Av'ill
exchange for good house and lot in the city'
end asi-uin* fine ti necessary. Nolan* a
SMITH, 228 IVestSecond street. 10-18 tf
L. 10 /i( >/1 -FOR EN' iIA.NGE - A BRICK
JJS InJHM 1,,:' ,;„ block, centrally located
l.i tnis city end valued al 918,000; will take
lv exchange any good acreage worth the
money. NOLAN A SMITH, 228 West Second
itreet. 10-18 tf
jFoR .EXCHANGE — HANDSOME YOUNG
.1 lemon and orange orchard of 20 acres,
with good buildings, near Redlands, forclty
property or business eqllilv : slllllll.
J. S. VAN DO REN,
10-4 tf 3(11 IV. First st.
\VAXTEI>— TO EXCll.\*N'! E< iOOD BICYCLE
\\ for milch e.,.v. 22:1 S.Muin -l. lli-ltlt 21
«jhii;oi'<iiis
MISS C. STAFFER, ' lIII.oI'nDIST
massfUse, <*.' 1 W. First st., oop. Nadeau.
12-24 II i
111 I I- XV NTKI> II A I.E.
-f¥TANTttS s\|.ESMEN FOB 001 DOOR
\\ name) plates, house numbers snd signs:
r, tillable ill the darkest night: 95 to 910 per
day easily 111 -de in any territory; sample eases
free: (STIM at once. Electric Name Plate com
pany, 60 Case st, Chicago. tf
•ax*ANTED OOOD - SALKSMAIt WHO CAN
1 » furnish references from wholesale grocers
and others, to represent San Francisco brokers
selling eastern gootls. Small Amount cash
necessary. Address, staling age and experi
ence. BROKER, tbis nflicc. 10-24-12t
11- ANTED—AIiT NEEDING HELP, FRifE
M eniplov ment or a,nv information, address
K. NiITINGER'S BUREAU, established 1880.
office, 31! Pa s. Spring st.; residence. 451 8L
Holiest, corner Fifth, Los Angeles, Cal. Tele
phone 113. »-ia_tf
I>FTTY, HUMMEL A CO., EMPLOYMKNT
agenls, ml 133 W. I"irst st. Tclcphoiie 508,
under the Los Angeles N'attonal bank. Help
of all kinds carefully selected and furnished.
Situations of all kinds turliished. 7-6 tf
/ i ITY AND COUNTY OFFUiAL FREE LA-
V bor bureau, 240 N'erw High st. Telephone
II.",;:; for cooks, waiters, household heip, me
chanics and laborers; W. a. WHITE, Manager.
;>-2r: im _____
WANTI'.n Al.t'M'S.
» GENTS-SALARY OR COMMISSION. THE
>\ greatest invention of the age. The New
Patent Chemical Ink B—ling I'eucil. sells 011
aight, Works like mßfric. Agents are making I
from 928 to •,-l -'> per as eel. For further panic- i
ularswritc the Monroe, Eraser Mfg. Co. X 315
La m—, v. , ■. 10-31 lm
W A VTKII- SI r II iTIONS.
»V ANTED—BY A YOUXG LADY. TYPE
>* writing, either 90 be done at otliee or her
~vie; has her own mHchine; workmanship
warranted. Address. LoI.HA, box 40, ihis
olliee. _ 10 26 tl
1117 ANTED—BY aIpOOR WIDOW WOMAN"
fi sewing bylheday; will go out; a gooif
seamstress; will work reasonable. Address
SEAMSTRESS, box ■!('■ this otliee. UI2IIII
%V ANTKK-M IBO—LL AN KOIIS.
IV ANTE A YOUNG MARRIED
W couple, two or three furnished rooms for
light housekeeping; will be permanent If
satisfactory arrange 'lenis can be made: sonic
private family having more rooms than neces
sary for themselves will find congenial com
pany with the advertisers; references ex
! changed; central location preferred; state
location, price, etc. Address PERMANEN T,
I Box 565, Los Angelej-. 10-23-tf
||- ANTED—TO IH RCHASE A LOT~WEST
\\ of Figueroa, isorth ol Washington and
east of Alvarado; BljßO one west of Pearl, north
,of Pico and east ot Alvarado; must be har
gxlns; nosgensi, Address w. I. P., P. O. Box
566, city. 10-25 tf
11 -Axll ■: i >-a p.UsTner with 9iTi«Tl'T)
j 11 Invest 111 a paying project, iv which there
! are no ehaucess of foes and profits large. Parts*
' desiring to deal inustfurnlsn evidence of good
! character. Address l», Rersld office. 9-23 ti
i "ii' ANTED —To BHY —A BMALTThORSR,
> 1 harness and wagon: or would buy ,-i her
i separately; must be cheap. Address FRANK
1 11.. box 30, this olliee. AO-31 2t
||* ANTED -MSB., ESBAYB, BERMONB OR
\ I other donnments to copy by hand or by
I typewriter. GEO. W. BRADFORD, room 8,
Broadway. iu-3 if
TW ANT To PURCHASE laTTB IN ALL
parts of thscity: prices from 9200 to 92V
000. HeINRY J. STANLEY, 242 S. Broadway,
j next city hall. iO-23 tf
W~ ANT_D—TO PURCHASE \ LOT -OUTH
west; will pay from 9400 to ■. must
be ft bargain. Address W. L P., P.O. 'ix 565,
; city. 10-22 tf
11" A NTED—MAN WITH 92500 Ti>"Fi-R-
V 1 ohase half interest in a desirable Inven
tion; fortune iv it. Address E., Herald olliee
9- 28 if
IJOYS— WOLLACI>TT AvT\XTS s<hi DOZEN*
*> claret bottles, quarts; pay 40c dozen, 124
and 120 Not■ 11 Spring street __S "
LOST SND FUITND.
T 08T -A WHITE M \RE, FROM 708 BER
1. uard St., about 12 o'clock last Saturday
night; blind iv left i ye; sore on shoulder and
011 back. Return to 706 Bernard st. and re
..ne reward. SAM PIRRE. 10-3161
I OST BETWEEN T'UhNYEIIFIN HALL
Ij and 243 s. Broadway. Kniitbl Templar
charm, wil h "J. W . Elliott, sbelbyv illc. I nd.,"
engraved. Return *to 243 s. Broadw ay ami re
ceive rewa rd. 11
11 r N 11" "Xi.AIN SAM, THE CH.rMP*I i>N
1 horse-clipper, at the old siand, North
<■■: I» .n . lv in lm
KOK RENT—HOUSHS.
Tf»OR RENT' WHY PAYtItKNT? P.UII.D UK
fore in goes up. You can gei a 5-room
cottage, nicely papered and finish d, for 9800.
ScepVllusttt ' HENRY 1, STANLEY'S,
242 s. Broadway.
Next City hall. 10-17 lm'o
I7AOB RENT— HOUSE OF 4 ItOC>MS; ALSO,
I on ncconiit ol death ill family and my chil
dren going east, 1 will sell all household goods
cheap for cash. ISSCarrsl. 10.3021
ITAOR RENT-P-ROOM HOUSE, 820 S. OLIVE
I si.: just been put lv first-class condition;
newly 'papered, painted etc. Barnes A
bARNES, 427 W. Second st 10-1 tf
nOB RENT—COMPLETELY FPRNISHED~6-
V room coitHge on electric car line. Inquire
J. B. ASH BY, 14 Downejr block, Cor. Temple
and Main sis. 10-31 21
To LIST—PARTLY FURNISHED—MY COM
nlctc S-room residence, corner Freeman
111111 1 ogan -treei-. .1. A. GRIII-'Es. In- 121
FOIt litSr-IIIIOMS.
! i TIINISHI.D lt«»<>Ms-x7cE" 'FURNisHED
r rooms 10 let from $1.50 per mouth up at
! Call.met Hotel, East Third sireet, opposite
1 OIIIHI ay., and also room- for housekeeping,
10-lii 1 tv
I/oh RENT EXCELLENT SUNNY RotlMS,
1* with bay windows, single or en suite, ihree
: blocks irom court house; rent low; cheap un
-1 furnished rooms. 525 Sand st. 10-4 lm
! |TAOR RENfffl itoOM FURNISHED - 7<TR
11. housekeeping; very close in;ground floor;
Ino children. Inquire at 211 W. 1- it'ih st.
10- 28 4t
I *LX)R RENT - SI*NNY FRONT lU>OM,
I' with ens, private family, --id S Broadway.
10-22-tf
TT 'ELY FU i I NICHED ROOMS AT THE
Parker, 424 West Fourth -at. 10-21 lm
TO LET - PLEASA NT, FURN ISIIEH ROOMS
v 1 it; s. Hope -1. 111:11 .11
l'Olt HKNT-AL'SCBLbANEODS,
I Poll RENT'-ALFALI'a" IIANI iir>~STO('K
I ranches, orange ranches, ranches of all
; descriptions a specialty. Lief your ranches for
sale or rent with K. P. CULLEN ,v. CO., Minne-
BOtS I:i-h l-t mm it i-i , -_: iV \\ . I 1; - 1 -1. 10-211-ii
ATTOItNEVS.
fAY E. Hi NTER, ATTORNEY AT LA*w|
ft Bryson-Bonebrake block, Telephone 528.
practices in all the courts, state and federal.
7-1 tl
GoOHliTcil. LAWYER. 121 DEARBORN
• street, Chicago, 111.; 80 years' experience;
ecy; Bpeclal facilities in several states.
! idrtch on Divorce, with laws of all states, in
pn - . 6-4 tf
Hi XSACKER A- GOODRICH, LAWYERS,
rooms 108 and 104, Philips block, corner
Spring and Franklin streets. Telephone 1120,
7-1 i tf
l 5 J. ADCOCK, ATTORNEY; SPECIAL AT
li • tentlon given to the settlement of estates.
115 West First st. 4-6 If
DX "I RASK, ATTORNEY AT LAwTT-TrU
• ton hlo-.-k, 207 New High streel, Los An
geles. 1-18 tf
11' M - ATTORNEY AT LAWj
II room 3, Allen block, Temple and spring
streets. 2-21 tf
— — ■•
PHYSICIANS.
DR. STEPHENS MAGSETIOHEALEU AND
.Medical Eleetrlclan, for the cure of all
diseases. Office hours n till 5: correspondence
by mail. 2Jii' a S. Spring street, Los Angeles,
1 l al. 10-S line
MR s7~DI L~j7"II. SMITH, SPEt'IALT y7mTi~
wlfery. Ladies cared ior during confine
ment a; 727 Ib-Ilevue avenue. Calls promptly
attended to. Teleph - i ill). 6-8 tf
li blakesi.ee,* m. d., eye and ear.
1 j« Late oi Illinois Eye and Ear Infirmary
and Chicago Opthalmlc college. Office, 24 J l '.,
s. Broadway, 9-3 it
MRS. DR. WELLS C~i~F£cE~~N HER BRICK
block, 127 E. Third st. Specialty, diseases
of women.
DKNTIBTP.
l-^s-2—Established I"S2.
DR. L. W. W ELLS, CORNER SPRING AND
Flrsi streets, Wilson block; take elevator.
Gold .-riavn mid bridge work a specialty; teeth
extracted without pain. Room 1. m-4 tf
n\C~*.~ toliiur'st, DENTIST, 108U N.
spring sireet, rooms 8, 3 mid 7. Painless
extraction. 6 20 tf :
i\R. PA RK ki*.7"k\tist, removrd - to n
1 / E. cor. Spring and First sts. 10-19 tf
IMt.tNK si EVENS, 824) i SOL'TH SPRING BT
* Open Sunday and evening by elCOtriC light
LOS ANGELES TIERALr, TUESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 31, \\m.
F«»,t S A CX—CITY PBOPKRTT.
J7*OK S.v;.E OK KM II ASIiK
BY JOHN 11. COKE,
4 Bryson Block,
Lot Vermont nnd Jefferson $ 500
Lot Bndlonir Hnd Adams . r 'oO
Ix>t Severance, near A'i-ms 1500
(i lots Bcaudry aye MOO
Lot West Kiev-en th 000
Lot Alvarado street -00
Lot Hewitt street 000
;i lots Fremont, near Fourth st 3500
Lot Klysian Heights. 150
Lo| Boston Heights 200
Lot (half acre) W. Washington 1100
Lot Wlnfield st 450
2 lots and 2 houses Budlong aye 2000
Loi Alameda st 100
Lot Girard st 750
Lot W. Twelfth 800
Lot, with house, K. First st 2800
Lot, with bouse, Court st 2000
Lot, with house, Beaudry aye 2600
Lot, with house, S. Hope 5000
A large list of all kinds of property
for exchange In tho Eastern States.
In most cases the owners will as
sume the payment of a mortgage.
1 have ranches to exchange for city
property, and city to trade for ranch.
JOHN 11. COKE,
4 Bryson Block.
See Times.
■ 10-20 tf
1~-»OR AXl'~"l.OT*"o""
sicbold st.. Brooklyn tract.
.-,2t,oo—House and lot, 7 rooms, on .laekson
I street.
94500— Two houses and lots on Jackson st. j
5 rooms each.
■BOO—Fine lot on Brooklyn Heights, 60s
250 feet; splendid location. •
#600— Fine lot in Brooklyn tract; this is a
splendid bargain.
93800— House and lot, Turner and Vignes
sts.; this is a snap.
Bl3Uo—Corner lot, Turtier and Center sts.
Every one of these above mentioned are good
speculations. pon'l lose any time in seeing
them, for they won't he on the market very
long. You deal direct with the owner; no
agi-nls need answer. Direct business desired.
Address, "OPPORTUNITY,'' box HO, llk.kai.ii
Office. 10-31 tf
fTIOR BALB—O29SO—fIOOO CABH, BALANCE
IV one year at 1 ■ per cent, house 5 rooms,
pantry, huth, closets, etc.; lot 50x140, to 20
-loot alley; ou First-st. cable line-. Boyle
Heights, west of power house; cement walks,
hedge, bowers, c p.: no lawn, as it Is a new
place: 2 pressed brick mantels, gas. hot and
cold water, porcelain bath tub; plumbinguotf
9325; room upstairs ior 2 larttc room-, hut in*
finished: window shades and linoleum go with
house; tbis is the biggest bargain ever offered
in this oity; the above is easily worth 98000 et
least; it is a snap and should be taken advant
age of al once. Address OWNER, P. 0. box
505, city. 10-J1 If
Look's thf. — finest tl>n-
V ncr East Seventh near Main at .feo a front
foot.
45x150 to alley; Main near .sixth st $100 a
front foot.
The finest corner on Main near pn-toffice; a
big bargain.
99x84 on Fast Fifth street near Main with
! good cottage. 93500.
A tine corner Fast Eighth, 90x12", close lo
main, very cheap. G. c. EDWARDS,
in 12 it 230 West first.
SALE
I -BY
TAYLOR ,t GREENING,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENTS,
214 N. SPRING ST.
Cottage of 5 rooms, Boyle Heights.
9*tlM> Uottageof4 rooms, BOflS Heights.
93100- -Cottage of r, rooms, Wlnfield si.
93m > i—Cottage of 7 rooms, Wlnfield at.
9120O—Cottage ot 4 rooms", Union aye.
10-30 Bl
4""d^ JN E,^El ' AVl ' 10-ROOM HOUSE
Of lOv southwest, close to ©able me; loca
tion one of Ihe best in tbe city; house com
plete in every particular; cold storage room
and cellar; large lot, line lawn, choice shrub*
bery—a decided bargain.
BARNES A BARNES,
10-1 tl 227 W. Second st.
J7»OB SALE.
LARGE-SIZED LOTS, FINEST LOCATION,
NEAR FIGUEROA AND ADAMS S I S.
on very favorable terms.
If rou want tift choicest ef lots, for a home
see them. O'DKA A BA Kit,
10-27 tf 10J s. Broadway.
T-i o R S A LE—SPECIAL BA B< lAINB.~HOUB X
jY of 6 room-, lawn, hedge, etc., ai Boyle
Heights, on Oleason avenue, 9155n. New
house of 5 rooms, all modern improvements,
on First street, .-5.700. lot on Firs! street,
only one block from the power house, $050.
F. A. HUTCHINSON, 2i:t West First streit.
10-22-1 It
il'lMl-'' 0 " SALE-OS THE 1' SI ■ :.!.
*i.illl ment plan, a new, modern-built b
room cot taire; with in a few blocks of thil olliee ;
price s)12SO; cash, balance 915 per
month without interest. NOLAN A SMITH,
22S W. Second. 10-_f> 7t
I*<OR "and county prop
erty to ph-tise any purchaser; e,ood homes
lor 91000 and upwards! tine city locs m goon
location. 9150 to most any price; terms easy.
CHARLES C. LAMB, 21ft W. First street.
10-15 If
I I--OR SALE - cHoTFe SPRING-STREET
J property, improved, closein; renting for
big Interest on price asked. A bargain.
BARNES .ii BARNES,
10-i tf '- :7 W Be md <t.
I ST, cash, bal.Tni"kT>n„ and
qPJlUUtwo year\ a lovely modern cottage
of five rooms: only few blocks from our office;
cost *2oou. ti. w'. conn 1:1.1, lia Broadway,
10-27 tf
17AORS ALK-ifIItOtTLACII 2 5-ROOM COT.
i tages ou Fofrester avenue, near electric
car line; monthiv payments. BARNES a
BARNES, 227 W. Second st. 111-l tf
E-IOH SALE—9I3OO EACH, 2 f,llOOM"I 11T
r tages on Forrester avenue, near electric
car lino; monthly payments. BARNES &
BARNES, 227 W. Second tt. 10-1 tf
OS I|U|- Foil .-ME- NEW 5-ROOM 11. IUSE
lUII on Victorift street; monthly pay
ments #15. ALLISON BARLOW, 237 West
Second st. 7-21 tf
FOR SAL E-LIST YOUR PRO PERT V *Fo R
sale or rent with K. P. CULLEN A CO.,
Minnesota Headquarters, 2:17 West First St.
10-1 tf
E HAVE A SNA P~ RAR t i AIN IN \ LOT
on olive street, near Sixth. CRAWFORD
,V LoiivllAKT, 205 S. Broadway. 10-2!) tf
~~~<~R 8 U.E—OO WELL LOCATED LOTS ON
I" Installment plan. K. p. CULLEN .t; co.,
287 West First St. 10-1 tf
|7<oB SALE A C HEAP LOT ON S. BRENT~~ST~
i near Temple, inquire at 1550 W. Seventh
st. . 10-«7 Ot
I y ROPEKTY"OF ALL KINDS WILD AND
1 exchanged. B. W HITE, 221 W. First st,
10-15 If
FUR s VLK-MiailKLL ANKOIIB.
sToTiT;
1 mining, city and country property.
Particular attention paid to patents of all
kinds. Choice property la Asusa valley, t or
respondents solicited. |
W. M.ITOVEE,
Real Estate and Exchange,
10-1 li 227 \\ . First -t.
!~j>Oß SALE—MINING OU'TIT, CHEAP FOR
' cash, Including new w'f ton specially lil
ted om with water casks Ind other Imple
ments. Inquire at rooms 4 smds, New Wilson
Mock. \ 9-24 tl
I VERY (iIKAB THOROUUH
r bred registered mastiff flips at 1047 B,
Main si. V_ 10-i lm
IjlOR - M i: ONE FINE 5 V EAsVOLIi HORSE
: at a bargain. Inquire at 302JR& Spring.
X 10-2071
j"v>R Sv. I.E A PI! FT IY~ 11A HY CARRIAGE,
r 818 W. Twenty-third st lu-29-3t
\ |7*OR"sAljj -OLD PAPERS IN QUANTITIES
V lo -1111 ni ihis ortice.
. 1. m 11: A«i lUH>.
CONK A D Si 1 HER Ell| tiK ANITE. IMTUMI N
ous and asuhalt -•>.»>, 'M 7 \\. wntat,
POIt silt t lirvrKV I'KOI'KKTI,
\ll ASIfVROI' S EA M EI: Tl SH, '
207 West second street.
The lsrgest and best business block In the
chief city in a live central -tale for exchange
for Los Angeles eilv or country property.
Raueh 113.90 seres, midway between Dow
ne*/and Compton; 80 acres iv alfalia, IM acres
euosdyptus, 5 seres 111 willows, balance in pas
ture; 0-room cottage house, ham GOxOO: 7-itieh
llowing well; apple orchard ; jdaee fenced;
price low, half cash.
city dwellings, Installment plan, business
property, vacant and improved, for sale at
; figures that will Interest yotL 10-29 tf
pOR SALE
' 300 ACRES NEAR
CUt A MONO A,
CHINO,
ONTARIO,
On suitable terms if you mean business.
10 acres (or 9 550
40 acres for 14 O
40 acres for 25(H)
10 seres for 1700
BO acres (or 3000 <
80 acres (or :. 2500
ROI.LIN P SANE,
St. Elmo Hotel, Los Angeles.
V I I rjVfT =FO,t SALE so ACRES BEST
I'r.»l*l.rV orange and walnut land in Los
Angeles county, with good water right; 20
j acres in walnuts in bearing: several acres of
I hearing orange trees, crop 14U0 boxes last
year; also some deciduous (mil and alfalfa;
good 7-room house aud outbuildings, well,
wind mill and tenk: water piped in house and
through the grounds: all stock mid fanning
Implements go with place; this place can
easily be made to pay an income on 980.000;
price at present 914,003. NOLAN ,v SMI TH,
a»8 W. Second. 10-39 7t
FOR SALE -~92.VM10': ORANGE ORCH
ards, walnut orchards, deciduous fruit
orchards, olive orchards, dairy or farm
ranches, line city residences, hotels, lodging
houses, grocery stores, hnrdware business,
fruit Blends, cigar stands, meat markets, sa
loons, bakeries, restaurants, nnd all kinds of
meroan lie business: prices from 9100 -o
9250,000; we neither advertise nor try o sell
anviblng that will not stand he strictest in
vestigation, NOLAN ,V SMITH, 22S W. See.
find st. 10-18 tt"
IJ>OR SALE— iURBANK - " LAxTii" TRACTS
1 5, 10, 20 and -10 acres; |M 0 to 9100 an
acre; sgsy|terms; 4 to S miles from city limits;
rlchfsoil';.no adobe; no alkali; free water
right: daiilit alfalfa land; line English walnut
land: tract; iv full-bearing peaches, prune..,
aprtofits, Dears, etc. If you want a desirable
homeYnedrtiarketsee these lands. TAYLOR
.V IH2 Broadway. 10-29 71
/*).— FOR SA LE, HOM ESTEAD RELI N
»7">UVf quisument oi liv acres, within '~
mile olktatio 1 } ou Southern Paciflo railroad, in
this COQuty : atout CO tit-res under cnlttvaliou;
laud ull t-lt-arcd and tirsl-elass small house and
other iitiprovenieuts; price 9000 will ex
change ior propeViy iv the city.
' NOLAN ,t SMITH,
10-18 t( 228 W. second st.
110R _ saj"e-: . PITALISTS ATTENTION !
1 13,000 suftres oLland UOSe tO Los Angeles.
3000 acres 01" rirsr : class orange and lemon
land, with abundaneeol water for irrigation;
21100 acres of 'deciduous fruit land. DOOu acres
oi tirst-class stvick lansl, e.ll for 90 per acie;
railrtiad being built ihrough the tract now
Cheap al 925 at: sere. TAYLOR £ RICHARDS
102 Broadway. , 10-297:
I ~M")R SALE -A FEW VERY CHOICB GOV-
V ernmenl and school land locations for
sale cheap; or weuld take part jtay In other
property.
A few choice lots on Seventeenth and Eigh
teenth sts., west ofFigueroa; IfXSdO 10 9900.
.1, K. MULKEY,
8-22 tf 1140 W. Bighteehth or 213 W. First si.
F" OR~ SALE—BES 1 BUY IN SOUTHEItN
California: lfltWaeres,all highly improved;
new 4 room house;',;"* seres allalfa; 10 acres
walnut and prune trees, all under water ditch;
110 alkali: 110 sdobe; mi railroad; near city
limits; 9325"; terms easy. TAYLOR & RICH
ARDS, 102 Broadway, 10-38 ft
EttOß SA 1.1. .7(1 ~.\CRES FINK OR ANG E,
1 vi ne or olive land, adjoining lite celebrated
Vacl.e winery at Brookside, near Redlands;
this is the very choicesl laud In that neljgqDOr-
BOod in the market; all or part: price 913,500,
terms easy. For particulars see A. C. GoLsll,
147 s. Broadway 8-30 tf
1 I -MiR SALE SANTA MONICA'PROPERTY!
i I fine new modern house, choice lot; price,
! 015*00; easy payments. Have other good lots.
Will build' to'suit customer* ROBERT F.
JONES, Bankof/BBnta Monica, Santa Monica,
Cal. • 10-20 lm
i wM*- FoR SALE lilO ACRES AS FINE At>
I 19100 falfa land as there is lb the county.
1 This is a forced sab- and can be had within the
! next few days (or 905 per acfe, NOLAN ,t
! SMITH, 228 West second sireet. 10-18 t(
I -oR SALE FINE BRBIDENCE PROPRRTY
I InPasadena) rents for 92100 per annum;
nets over 10 per cent: the best bargain in the
county. K. P. CULLEN Co., Minnesota head
quarters, 2117 W. First s;. 10-29 t(
roil SALE-LIST YOUR PROPRRTY FOR
F sale or rent with K. P. CULLEN 4 CO.,
Minnesota HeadQUarters, 2:17 West First st.
9-10 tf
SE E ME AGIIeY* JAY FOR BARGAINS IN*
real estate. 101 S. Broadway, Los Angeles.
10-1 tf
I^OR^'aV.E - —S~ACRE.'TciIOICE LAND NEAR
I" the eilv. J. S. VAN lIOREN,
Di-4 ' 0114 'A . I":r-t -t.
KOI (A I lON A 1,.
HE COLLEGE HAS
removed to the upper Iloor of the Mowell
1 block, 2-'(i South spring street. It has now the
I largest and finest business college rooms in the
' state, and the largest attendance of any eom
passeugcr elevator running direct to the
school rooms, rendering stair-climbing unnec
essary. The public is cordially invited to call
and Inspect tne college in Its new location.
Both day and evening schools In session the
entire summer, catalogue end College Jour
nal free. li. A. Hough. President; X. G. Felker,
Vice-President; .1. w. Hood. Bec'y. 5-4 ly
OS ANGELES BUsTnjJs.sT'I ILI.EGE
AND ENGLISH TRAINING SCHOOL,
(Incorporated), 1-14 South Main street.
Largest and best equipped business training
school on the coast. Thorough ami practical
courses in the commercial, shorthand, type
writing, telegraphy, assaying and all English
branches, Large, aide anil mature faculty of
instructors. Day and evening sessions! Terms
reasonable* call at office, or write ior elegant
catalogue E. F. SHRADER, President; F. W.
KEI.SLY, Vice-President; 1. L. INSKKEP, Sec
retary. 0-10 ly
C'ASA - iE ROSA 8, I-ROEBEI. INSTITUTE,
Adar, -, cor. Hoover St., w ill open all its
departments Tuesday, Oct. 24. For further
particulms apply t" MRS. CAROLYN M.N.
ALDE.N. SOU W. Adams st. 9-27 If
O' ID " d. OF PHYSICAL I RA I NING-OWT.NG
in the lire in the siowell block Miss Alfrey
will receive pupilsjand applicants at
-1 ..i.g, Room 20, dnti! (urlber notice.
9-30 Hiu
V" ST li: -it V "si liMITH A N i>, TYPEWRITING
and Business Institute. Take elevator by
People's store, I'killips' block; send (or cata
logue. ' 10-12 12m
M"RST — j'litATl D. COLE'S STUDIO FOR
voice . tillnre, 551 lOtttb Spring st.; re
ceptlon days, Fridays, 3 toffpt m. 10-17 lot
f UDLAM SCHOOL OF ORATORY, room
%[j 80, Pol ac block. Office hours, Monday
and Thursday from 2 too. 10-7 1 ill
Silo RTll AN D AND TYPEWRITING-BEST
advantages. LONGLEY INSTITUTE, Spring
1 and First st-. 3-7 tf
I 11- AN■ XI ES SCHOOL OF ART AND DE
i jYj sign, i iuiiuber of Commerce building.
10.38-Bm
I"J>.\ RK LR SCHOOL OF ELOCUTION" ANII
DraniiLlic Expression, 455 S. Broadway. •»
10-24 li ■
lIOSKV Tl) LOAN.
comp.Cny
(incorporated).
Loans money in any amounts on all
kinds of collateral security, dia
mondfl. Jewelry, sealskins, merchan
dise, etc. Also on pianos, Iron and
-.1 safes, and pmlessional lilira
ries, witboul removal; and onlur
nitnre in lodging, boarding houses
and hotels, without removal. Par
lial payments received. Money
uuiek. Business confidential. Pri
\ ate office for ladies.
W. E. DEGROOT, Manager,
8- 29 ly Rooms 2, 3& 4, 114 S. spring st.
ONKY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS,
ry, watches' piaAOS, sealskins, livestock,
carriages, bicycles and all kinds of personal
and collateral security. LEE BROS.,
9- 18 ly 402 S. Spring st.
I~F~~Y 1 1 U WISH TO LOAN OR BORROW
money, call on J. A J. C. FLournoY, Real
F'statc and Financial Agents, 130 Broadway.
All biisine-. strictly confidential. DM 11
UVMHS ADD FINISIIKKB.
METROPOLITAN STEAM DYE WORKS, 211
Franklin st.; line dyeing and cleaning.
1-13 O
I »ARI SI A X DYE WORKS, 275 SOUTH MAIN
I si reel; Lest dyeing in the cily- I- ■* "
Ali -T It AIITS.
"tTs'TltAl T^NDTmdTiNBURANCE COM-
I ji\ pauy oi Los Angeles, northwest corner of
Franklin and New High si-. m-17 II
»-a 1 i.ni's, s;«»■•» ..»<.>i 1.-. tyro.
H AZA I; dTsT'I OWNSEND, ROOM 9, DOWNEY
block. Tel. 347. Los Angelea 11-21 tf
BCSINKSS OI'POKTI'NITIKS.
jjjfOß ' "~~
HN -Fruit more. M*B -Oandy store.
9125 • Cittur store. 9200- Frult'store.
9 :s(>—Restaurant. 9750- Restaurant.
!(s>iKt tiger store. >>s>s(> — foal yard.
■750— Large (ruit store ami provisions: re- j
ceipts. 935 a day.
tftioo Corner grocery: six living rooms.
91000— forner cigar'store; bargain.
, 9.11b 0- First-class salooli.
985 o—Dairy ami milk route clearing over
•900 monthly; full value In stock; trial till
satisfied before buying.
Good grocery to exchange for ltd.
91.10 — Partner to attend (ash counter in res
taurant; will clear over 950 a mouth to each.
9300 - Paying commission business.
1550—15-rOom lodging bouse.
WM—lO rooms, corner; rare chaiiec.
Hs 50—■ 7 rooms, elegant.
91:100-2-1 rooms, Bp town; bargain.
House and lot for exchange.
Apply to H. WHITE, 221 \V. First st. 10-27 tf
j INOR .SALE—
t J house of 24 rooms, well furnished, or can
ibe used (or hotel; good dining room, fur-
I nlshed, attached: party selling owns property;
' will give lease; cheap rent; tine location;
; sure to make money. J. WALSH A- CO.,
WBii Spring st. 10-29 tf
_If_¥l '-'OR saTe-HALF interest in
fir It WW tin- lust established oommlsston
and brokerage business in tbe city, and paying
large income; this Is an opportunity seldom
offered. NOLAN ,>, SMITH, 223 West Second.
10-29-7t
SALE OR EXCHANGE FOIt CITY
I property, stock of goods or livestock,
i a small house and good lot iv l.akiu, Kansas;
will par cash difference. ROBERT F. JONES,
Hank ri Santa Monica, Bent* Monleu, CsX
10-20 1 n. o
rpHE LOO ANGELES DIRECTORY CWICE
1 keeps a complete llsi of all business for
sale or exchange. Parties desiring to cither
buy or sell will consult their best Interests by
applying at olliee, 1089. Broadway. 8-0
]M)R B.W.K-LIVKKYSTAR! ~E, DOING Gl ios
*" business; best location In the eilv; will
not deal through agents: price'according to
amount of stook taken by buyer,' Address x,
Box .""0, Herald office. IC-21 lm
T7*.o'r~SALE—««OO—FIBBT-C1 ~\SS MANUI'AC
1 luring buslnosai old established; good
connections. Reason for selling, leaving the
siaie. henry j. STANLEY, 242 s. Broadway
next city hall. 10-21. tf
AOnA- -PARTNER W A NTF. 1) -0 i~ EST \7b
©OyV" Ushed hotel restaurant; cheap rem;
Ibis is the best ehanec offered in Ihe eilv; only
lor a few days. J. WALSH .v. CO., 80SW s.
Spring st. 10-28 tf
I.x OH s \ HI iTEL. ITRNI
' turc ami grounds, among the most desire*
ble in Southern • atlt'ornia; bote] meu, er.l[
and investigate. HILL .v. CO.. 123 West Sec
ond st. 3-21 sun-lues & thurs-lf
—I'M! BUYS FIRST GLASS ki.EVEN-Room
lodging house; tine furniture; best
located house in the city. HENRY J. STAN
LEY, 242 south Broadway, next to City Hall.
10-20 tf
0 OAA—FISII AN D~ Ii itJLTRY Bl' SI NESS.
Fine loentiou. Lot rem. Has good
connection, henry j. Stanley, 212 south
Broadway, next to ctty hall. 10-22 If
ITtOR sale -922,1 -A GOODI6-C_NT BAR
-1 ber shop; good location; cheap rent; 3
chairs: this is a snap. J. W ALSH _ CO., 3DS'.,
S. spring st. 10-38 li
FOR SALE-9125—FRl'IT, CANITY AND
cigar store; rent 90; this offer only a few
days. J. WALSH «k CO., 30»>,S. Spring st.
10-39 If
CIOOD "PAYING DAiRY~BUSINEBB. CLOSE
T to city; clearlngOiOOs month, streeter
a SHAHP'I.ESS, llos. Broadway. H'-l tf
■»-OR SA LE—GOOD, I'VYT Ni TrEST A I'll A NT,
JT good location; must be sold iv next II day-.
Address M, llojruo, Herald. 1 ■"-:* 1 V'sM
M KDItIM**.
STARTLING REVELATION - FREE TBS I !
Free test! To all those desiring a silting:
Mine, de Camor, who has just arrived from the
cast, has taken oat lors al the Hnllcnhcck hotel,
rooms 10 and 11, for the reception of the gen
eral public, where ladies and gentlemen can
consult this gifted medium on any kind of
business. When you call on Mmc. de Caiuor,
although you are a' perfect stranger lo her, she
will call yon by your name andteUyou the
object of your visit, without you saying's word
to her. siid give you informationon.aU your
affairs to your entire satisfaction. Mine. ,le
Camor wishes il under-tood thai She never
takes money in advance. tf she don't give
you the information you want, she won't, un
tier any circumstances, take SUV money irom
! you. I'hc worst skeptics in the world have
i.een astonished by her wonderful power-. As
!an inducement and lo show her sincerity
I tbat she can do what she claims, show ill for
I one week give sittings to gentlemen for 92 and
ladies for 91. Bear In mind these prices arc
I for one week only. Hours from loa. 111. toll
p. iv.; Sundays and evenings by appoiumeut.
i Those living iii the country that cannot call on
1 herin person, iftheywill inclose stamped,ad
i dressed envelope, lock of hair ami fees, she
will by return mail give tbem information
I about their affairs. All business strictly pri
i vste and confidential. N. EL- .Mine, de ( amor's
permanent adkress is Golden West Hotel, San
Francisco. 1021 im
1 > ETCR NED—MMR"sIMMONH, Til I'■R E A I
IV est clairvoyant and magnetic healer in
Hi" United states, brings the separated to
gether, .gives luck iv business, never known
to lail: alstt tbe best alcohol ami mag
netic rubbings, health Invigorating and bene,
licfal: also face massage for beautifying the
complexion; 2300 s. Spring. 10-21*71
MADAMS NO RMAN 5! CLAIRVOYANT,
has returned: advice on business, love,
give luck in speculation, lottery, make lucky |
charms, to not marry, or start any business in
vuiir unlucky days, teach fortune. 355' a S,
Spring, room 8. 10-15 lm
MR s. ~vi'. A. KIM-ALL, BUSINESS,""TEST
and trance medium, southwest corner
Twenty-thud street and Grand aye. lo i lm
I KXIIIKBIONS.
i ftß&tfflXt&i vNE DAY SAVED BY* T AKI NG
f sanla Fe excursions to Kansas
and Boston, l.etive i.os Angeles every Wednes
day- personally conducted through to Chicago
and Boston; family tourist sleepers to Kansas
City and Chicago daily. Low rates and tpiiok
est time. Office, 130 R. Spring st. _ 7-1 m
I>IIILLIPS' BAST BOUND EXCURSIONS—
I personally conducted, via Denver and Rio
Grande and 'Rock Island Routes; leaves Los
Angeles every Tuesday and Friday, crossing
the sierra Nevadas art I passing the entire
seenerv on the RIOGI.. ;,. oy daylight, Office,
138 X Sprlfig Rt. 7-1 tf
TtfBBON & CO.'S EXCURSIONS EAST
fl every Monday via Rio Grande route;
through tourist sleepers to Chicago and Boston,
personally managed. Office, 212 s. spring
Street, I..QS Ategeles. _
fIIUSIOAI..
L' '""6.S~ANGELES'CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
and Arts, open all the year. MRS. EMILY
J. V ALENTINE, president. Y. M. C. A. building,
Broadway and second streets. 8-14 ly
rj vrMtrsso's orc'iiestra— first-i;lass
It. music furnished for all occasions. Office
J. 11. BROWN'S MUSIC STORE, 111 .N. Spring
street. 10-0
B~AXJO BY MISS M. E. ASTBI'RY; 5 AND II
stringed taught. Studio 51; take elevator
by People's Store, Phillips block. 11-12 ly
WTLLHARTITZ. MUSIC STUDIO, ROOM
• A, Crocker building, 212 S. Broadway.
8-2!) ti
AKOISITKOTM.
BURGESS J. REEVE.^ARCHITECT, ESTAB
lished for the last lOyea-s in Los Angeles.
Rooms 7 and 8, second Boor, Workman block,
Spring St., between Second and 'Third. 1-28 ly
/S 11. BROWS! ARCHITECT 132 S. BROAD-
L.'» way, betwe%i First and s.-cond. s-7 tf
I>RlteB!>ljl|KJlNO.
CCLOOI. OF DRES'M AIINiiT'c'ITTING AND
n tit ing; patternsiut; ■reneh tailor system;
suits 1. <nle irom 95 tt fr'loß 309 South Broad
way. » 10-15 lm
TO ARREST A MURDERER.
SheritT Ctlne's Kxpa< Ulorwo Santa Hot. -
lea *t .-sf-t ,1 h\
A comDlaint accating Ah Wing of
murder w»e filed in - uetice Seaman'B
court yesterday.
Tbe comp.aint in ruad'i by A. J. Gra
ham, who swearß that or the 15th ot
August Ah Wing murdered Ah Yea at
Santa Monica.
Sheriff Cline left for £anta Monica
yeeterday to arrest tbe alleged mur
derer.
Tho Grip \
Leaves its victims very weak anr! debilitated.
Hood's Barsßparilla is just what is needed to
restore the strength and vigor so Aiuch desired
and to expel all poison from the blood.
Hood's Pills cure Sick Headache.
Itcblog, Aching Piles -Hall's Cream Salve
Will give- Immediate leliof and is spositive
cure. 25c and 50e. OfftSi drug store
Ko uith and Spiing trcots,
THE BREEDING OF BACTERIA.
i A Subject of Interest to Every
Living Soul.
The Nature, Habits and Proclivities
of Microbes.
An IntrlllKlblx I'apar uo an Abstruse
Subject—A Visit to the Laboratory
of a Itacteriotntrtstamt What
Is Seen Thero.
[dv a iith pr joiinston.]
In offering the following remarks it ia
not the intention of the writer to poae
as a scientist, hut only to discuss in
familiar language a subject which must
be of interest to every living soul, since
it bears Buch close relation to the wel
fare of tho human race.
Though tlieterm "microbe" ib "himil
: iar iv onr moutha as household words,"
; there isacur one lack of knowledge of the
! trim nature of thia organism, not only with
I those of the general public, otherwise
■<t ell informed, but even among writers
' who venture to assume tbe role of in
structors.
| Ol tl:e truth of this statement the pc- i
I rusal of articles dealing with thia sub
j ject, which periodically appear in print, i
! will give sufficient assurance. Kepe- j
| cially I would call attention to a paper
originally published in the San Fran
utaco Call, hut reproduced in last Sun
day's HkrALD, entitled Why People Go
Blind, and which is the inciting cause ol
these observations.
Speaking oi tho prevalence of diseases
of the eye, the writer says: "It appears
that from 25 to 40 per cent of the cases
of blindness In this country are due to
tbe malignant action of a minute
microbe which physicians call a eocene,"
and he learnedly continues : "This mi
crobe ii fometiiiies described aB a plant
and aometimea aa an insect!"
This preposterous definition oi a mi
crococcus, Which, by the way, is proba
bly that known by ttie name of the
"Dipplococcnn of Trachoma," would be
about parolleled by a relerence to a po
tato as a vegetable tnat is aometimea de
scribed aa a tree aud sometimes aa a
bird.
It ie concsivoble that in the comae of
time evolution might convert the latter
into a giant of the forest, but tbat a
micrococcus could ever become an in
sect ia no more possible than it would be
for the potato to become a pi-acock—it is
not built that way.
What, then, are these microbes, or
bacteria, as most scientists prefer to call
tbem ?
Come with tne to the laboratory of a
bacteriologist aud let us see if what we
observe there will afford any ciue to the
mystery.
Aa we enter tbe room nnd look around
we see tbat it is furuished witii several
tables and well filled shelves, besides
other paraphernalia, the nature anduee
of which we do not recognize. The first
prominent object that engages our at
tention is au iron tank resting on a tri-
I pod, under which ia a gaa jet. It lookß
! like a boiler, and iv fact it is a boiler,
though it is called a "sterilizer." Iv
; thia kettle are boiled, or rather steamed
I —for the water does not touch them —
tbe tubes and the culture material tbey
I contain. This "culture" material is
j simply a broth or a jelly made of beef or
I potatoes, or any other animal or vegeta
ble matter which may happen to please
I the fastidious, taete of that particular
j microbe which is intended to be experi
mented with, and which will be aubse
; quently introduced into the tube,
In the meanwhile—by means of thia
' boiling—any obtrueive microbes, that
may have surreptitiously obtained ac
, ceee, are reduced to "innocuoua diaue
tude."
Glancing at the shelves we ace hun
dreds of these tubea which are made of
glass, placed in bunches of a dozen or ao,
in common tumblerß or iv stands ea
pecia.ly made to hold them. They are
shaped exactly like the tubes ueed to
keep fresh the button-hole bcuquete
i worn by the aesthetic youth of ourcities,
i only larger. They are each plugged
inch or so above the top aud serves to |
exclude, not the air, but any organized
bodies that the air may contain. Though "
there rony be clouds of bacteria floating
in the room none can pass ttie charmed
barrier of me cotton plug.
Thus i iie lv :.ks are kepi free from any
kind of microbes, except those espe
cially intended to be cultivated. Each
of these tubes then coniuins its own
particular species, the came of which is
j written on tiie label pasted on the out-
I side. It may be that of Asiatic cholera,
' diphtheria, typhoid or tuberculonis, or
it may contain one of those Bpecies of
bacteria which are harmless or even
beneficial to mankind, such as the
"bacillus butyrioua" and allied specieß,
without which many of us would have
to go on short commons, for without the
help of these bacteria, churn we'never
so wisely, the golden lumps would be
very backward in making their appear
ance, and our cheese would be uneat
able.
It ia not necessary here to discuss the
method by which theee several epecies
are obtained and introduced into these
tubea; it ia enough to say that each in
dividual apeciea is carefully separated
from the iubbb of animal or vegetable
matter that may surround it, and from
any other Bpecies that may accompany
it, and, while being thus kept isolated,
iB introduced into the tube which con
tains the food ou winch it thriveß best,
and which, aa already mentioued, is
free from any organism, of whatsoever
kind.
What ia tbat strange-looking instru
ment on the table over there by the
wall which supports that heavy-looking
knife? " -
Do not feel its edge to find out
whether or not it is sharp—take the
iact for granted, or you may chance to
stand in need of gome aticking-plaeter
before you leave. That ia a "micro
tome" and h ueed to pare off thin llakea
from any animal or vegetable material
which it may be deßirable to examine in
search of bacteria, or for any other rea
son.
We cannot take time to investigate
this machine any further; we may stay
long enough, however, to be informed
that it iB capable of cutting sections bo
thin that 1000 oi them, piled one on top
of the other, would not attain the
height of a quarter ot an inch.
Now we approach the table on which
rests the main object of our visit —the
microscope—that wonderful instrument
tbat has opened a new universe to the
observation of mankind.
On the Btand, directly under the tube
through which we shall presently look,
you will observe a rectangular piece of
glass, about oue inch by ttiree, aud
upon that again another little piece of
glass which in round and very thin.
Theße are the Hlido and the cover-glaBS.
Between the two you will notice a emear
such as ia produced by the preeeure of a
dirty thumb ou a window pane. This
ia a drop taken from the culture-tube,
and cont.ins the microbes which, we
are about to examine.
Shut the eye, or cover it with tbe
hand, ant' apply the other eye to the
tube of the fnntrument—lor unless you
erf an rxpHriiUced niicroecopiet you
will not beTWe to see anything plainly
with both eyes open. Now what do you
lee ?
A circular space, or "field," as it ia
called, which ia evidently illuminated
from below, for everything therein ap
pears transparent, occupied by iome
brown medium, which containa at Inter
vals more or leas great what at first
eight might be taken for a<r bubblet.
Some of them are round and come
slightly oval, some isolated nnd come
grouped together in cluatera, others
have the appearance of chains or strings
of pearls. They appear to be about tbe
t\zi of the head of a very amall pin,
but they are magnified 1000 diameters—
that ia to say that if 100 of them were
placed aide by aide tbe whole of tbem
would be as wide aa one of tbem ap
pears when seen through tbe micro
scope. These bubbles are the atrepto
cocci of diphtheria, one of the organ
isuit that if auppoied to give riao to
that d Irate.
Now move fhe *lidi gently along the
stand on which • ' rests and you will ace
many more '! I nene microbes, for thia
field which j' i Ii iva been examining is
really 1 only a wy inlnnjo part of the
drop under tl,.■ « v.-r cluM.
[(you were remain long enough,
and the cond una were favorable yon
might ba an r to observe ttieir method
of propagation.
At first you would nee the round bod
ies become n ir« elongated, then there
would be formed » depression in the
middle, eaoaing them to assume the
shape of n hour glass, when they would
either pait Irom each other and form
Beparnie urguniaina, each perfect in it
self, the process to be repeated again
and ai;ain, or they would still hold to
gether and form a chain such as waa be
fore referred to.
If thia process were uninterrupted, in
a few days' time the progeny of one bac
terium would form a nuns as big as a
church, but this can not be, for food
supply ia necessary for their propaga
tion, ami food (apply is limited. Oth
erwise there would tie no room on the
face of tha earth for mankind and otber
animala,
We are accustomed to refer to a cloud
of locustß, to symbolize the devastating
power. But give one healthy microbe a
fair field and pleutv of food, and all the
graßnhoppera that Kansas ever produced
would simply not be "In it" with him.
Remove the elide you have been ex
amining and replace it with another
from the table.
What you now see differs materially
from the last. They look for all tiie
world like drum sticks, a little short
ened, but still drum sticks. This Is tbe
"bacillus tetanus," and ia the cause of
lock-jaw. The bulge at the end contains
the ''spore," which for want ol a better
comparison, may be likened to the egg
or need of the organism—for whereas
the "micrococi," or round bacteria, only
propagate by splitting themselves into
two, and not by spores, the "bacillus,"
or long kind uaa both methods.
Take another glide. Theee too are
"bacilli," and are shaped something
like sausages, appearing both singly and
in chaine, such as are to be seen hang
ing in butchers' shops. Those are the
"bacilli anthracis" which are tbe causa
of anthrax in cattle and the "wool Bon
ers disease" in human beings.
For a laat look we will take thia slide
on which the cover glaaa has been ce
mented and the contents of which look
dry and hard. Here weaee a greatnum
ber of ill-defined little twisted rods,
which have a general resemblance to
the comma mark, euch aa those used in
this newspaper. From this likeness
they were named the "comma bacilli"
by the celebrated Herman scientist, Dr.
Koch, for they are tbe much talked of
microbes of the Asiatic cholera.
It is perhapß as well to remark that it
is not universally admitted among
scientists that they are tbe cause of that
dread disease—in any case you need not
be afraid of them here, they are all
dead—still it is well to leave the cover
glass intact.
Let us pause awhile before leaving and
ask ourselves what our investigation has
taught us regarding the nature of theee
organisms, oi which we bave been such
interested observers. We are obliged to
answer—not much. They are like noth
ing with which we have had any pre
vious acquaintance and we are tempted
to dismisa the aubject in the worda of
the Scottish captain :
"The earth hath hubblesas the water has,
And these are of them."
\\b believe them to be living beings,
for we have seen them move and repro
duce themselves, but aa to what king
dom they belong we are entirely with
out tbe means of judging.
Fortunately we are not obliged to de
pend upon our own inveatigation for in
formation on the aubject. Many emi
nent men of acience have, during the
last generation, devoted their whole
energy to tbe eolutrbn of this problem,
and the result maybe learned by the
study of any ono of several excellent
books on thia subject, written by cele
brated bacteriologists.
They are not and never can becorse
animals —to describe them aa insects
being the very quintessence of absurdity
—plants they are, in a cense, that is, if
iv tho courße of evolution, by the abro
gation of cells, they become more highly
organized, they will he plants and will
belong to the fungus or mushroom
family.
Though the particular organism which i
we have been examining are disease
bringers. tbie ia by no means the case
with all species of bacteria.
Some, moat of them in fact, are active
ly beneficial. Without tbem mankind
could not long continue to exist. These
harmless species are called non-path o
genic, in contradistinction to the patho
genic, or disease breeders. Out of about
600 known to Bcience but very lew are '
tbe cause of disease in mankind. The
reet are nature's scavengers, and their
use ia to break down all dead matter
that would otherwise cumber the earJJ), 1
aud make it fit to be used over again as
food for the living. Without them
highly organized life would soon ceaee
to exist on the earth for want of suste
nance. *
Bacteria pervades the universe. They
lurk innumerable iv the noil henentht
our leet. They are immersed within
the depths of the waters. They float in
imperceptible clouds in the air. We
absorb them with the food we eat, with
tbe water we drink and with the air we
breathe. They accompany us into the
world when we are born and attend ue
to the grave when we die. And, beet
boon of all, they convert our uaelesß
bodieß, when we have cast them off, into
material fitted to be used iv building up
other, and let us hope, higher organ
isms.
The poor clay that formed man's body
during his little span of life is thus
metamorphosed:
"Of his bones are coral made.
Those are noni'ls thm, were lita eyes,
Nothing ot him that doth fade,
Hut Onto suiter a sett change,
1 nto something rich and strange)."
i Thanks, to bacteria.

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