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fflMHUTCHl, JACOB P. GUI,
President. Vice-President.
This Company offer lor sale to speculators
within three miles ol the White House and arc reached
people. The city streets. R, S, T, U, V, Wi Sic, north
For residential purposes, beauty ol location,
and attractive residential portions oi the city. Blocks oi
Purchasers desiring to secure a beautiful
Prices range from 6 cents to xS cents per foot.
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AMONG LEPERS
VISIT TO THE OUTCAST COM
MUNITY OF MARACAIBO.
TOT A UNITED STATES CONSUL SAW.
Scenes on the Island Where Vene
zuela's Afflicted Are Banished.
SIXTY PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE YICTIUS.
The Marriage ProblemLeper Families
and Leper HomeaThe Disease In-
cnraWe Is It Contagious?
Amusements.
Sixty photographs of lorwra have
teen received at the State Department,
The unfortunates are of all ages from
little Carlota Antencio, only 8 yean
eld, to Luis B, Morales, aged 78. Tuey
represent all stages of the disease. In
the case of Abraham Ferneudw, who
has been affected nine years, the oaly
fUable signs are taw ny spots oa the
forehead and too many wrinkles for bis
CO years. Alfonso Uernal is of the
sstce age, but be bas bees a leper
tvrenty four years. He bas lost bU
eyes. His senses of swell and of taste
are gone, He is stone deaf. Wagers
and toes have dropped off. The earn
f'cte description of bis condition is too
brrrible to tell.
These lepers live on an islaml is Um
lake four miles from Maraeaibo. They
are (lUaranUacd and maintained there
I y the Yeotzuelas Government. The
Arcerican Consul. Mr. E. II. Piuma
chtr. Las become deeply iatereeled i
ibe study of the disease. He bas wade
several visits to the inland. Beeeally
Le induced a Mexican ptuHtoeratmer to
areiropany him oa one of Us visits.
In tbis way the pictures were ordained
In the letter whkh ifcom ponies tbe
I holographs SI r. Plums r her says "It
bas always been & (Swatetttt waster to
persuade oiilihieti to expose thnirejeWee
t - the most remote posesUetty of aotv
tagl. a from the teteug, ami itway of
rcy acquaiBtaaoec sieoak Useir hewda
rn-incosJy upon hearta: ol my ismm
r n to make as com pinto a study as
risible of the MaMtatto 1 mmesin snd
l's icmatce. I was iLieMy fortOMsn
rcrugh to secuse aa exoeUesa pho
t ?rapher, whom. I must nMftara ia
firms t.f the wiMut prate, aad we. ia
i rrpacy wiik lit. I irirslSitVs Flore.
mo phyefcme, prutmetled to ism
" Ulaod. where we Jotted taut all
c i uLt tiiutji had beeti wade for our
' ',iua.
t utitmry to our eiiMstt)taoe. we
r i a tut llubt objectiua made u Use
j . i f the pasfestf, the give majority
.uk to apfnaeiate that It i aot
; l wilualiy VtLUb. lid Uato pofOttLU
ui Kiurd i ibclr uiiaary. As
v i noticed fn.ru tU j-'U' iitas
Liir descriptuu-. loses were
,. Jiulu ore. vilicuui to tke oilier
,i bi almal UUiai tu-ll W 9t ',
- . lacaae, to the puiit uiaiUuicd
) . -wbiuu there remaki' m. xi.-.-ly
a - .. of humauity. lo ihU unt
JLsnd
visit I bad bettor opportunities than
ever, before of appreciating the hor
rors of the dlsonsa and noting the gon
crnl condition of the patients, as every
photograph was taken undor my per
sonal supervision.
"It was truly a sad sight to see tie
formed, mutilated trunks, with scarcely
vestiges of ejtromlties, seated beforo
tbe camera; and there was something
pathetic In the almost universal re
nueet to be supplied with pictures of
themselves, which could only be con
stant reminders of their hopeless atlllc
tions. In addition to tho Individual
photographs, various lariro groups were
taken, with an effect both sad and gro
tesque. There is one bright spot, how
ever, in tbe dark picture of misery, this
being tbe devotion and self-abnegation
displayed by tbe near relatives of many
of the sufferers, who, although enjoy
ing themselves the blessings of
health and strength, cheerfully sub
mit to perpetual imprisonment in
order to minister to tbe wants of
their husbands, mothers and other
relatives, thus alleviating their wees by
their companionship and care. Many
examples of this are seen to-day on the
lazaretto Island, and it speaks well for
human affection that, even when the
loved one has become a loathesome
mam, conjugal ties and tbe claims of
blood rise superior to tbe fear of ooa
taglon and the repulsive surrouodiBKe."
Tbe Consul found on the island 133
lepers. There are many raore at large
In Maraeaibo aad itseariroas. Those
will be apprehended as rapidly aspossl
bJe and (eat to the retreat. The In
terior arrangeateats of tho Island are
eoteelleat. Capaelous etstoras insure a
supply of fresb water, aad wltbla tae
last few months water-works, by
means of a wiad-raill, have boea
erected, which give aa ample supply of
lake water ia the diuereat wards aad
roocas. The iaoxaaueUitls quantity of
ruaalag water thus seemed reodew it
easy to Keep all parts of the esiaUMea
went ia a cleanly eoadilioa, besides
allowing irrigatioa of the cultivated
portions of ike island. Tho diet is
wholesome aad abundant, aad the aver
age cost of Uut untlmgnaace aad treat
Hteat of eaek peisoa amounts to about
$13 ia Awerieaa taoaey laoasaly.
A comfortable building aas baea
erected for tke use of the employes,
while for lite patients a largo edifice
built of concrete, forming a parallelo-
Sraai, with a court yasd ia lite oeatre, is
Willed into separate apartments plainly
but nitJrieatly furnished. A aeai
caapel has been recently built, where
every Sunday religious service is hold
aad the sactsjueais sdiuinlttefod to
those who auy so deelie. A pleasant
feature is the essahiieiMaoat of ooatatfee
with grounds attaehed, ia which wJde
tOaW IkftliMsttlyS WlUQaW UMU nanak j
Jj&d k$iv ism te &y omm wko to
rtk to titmt a ilwiMitf. &ad. u ket
AW iiJlUf H BJAIflJla wJhbO BttHaMai C4tfi&iS
iAODMaVsl iUlJbsl iMMiMatfflsftaVl V jlhlal
fuitnod, giviaf tho islaad a cheerful
asptct.
.
The Consul tells of striate dis
cotory audo fas thai htm cosaatuasty.
U writes. "Uwas at Attt a auush
nuiolnii notes as to wkikfef hahIi
Wrw aw ppHpnaw nvavHavajaavav
Ifhillllli baU BMsnasaJAiaaai AanAK Ka mhjiagAte.
wbp vw jpweapjaapww pviwaa vaan jpsqppanBap
and, aa4 aAsw a leavgihv iaveaUgsAtoa
aae) diactisiioav it was ftautty eVtsaff
slaed that past experiences warraayutd
tho arMstf that such uphnw would prove
uaftuiaful. mA inrtuaiiy varioue
wtddiags have beu v4brs,Ud. ' For
fcjjillu: theory of Otnlity waa out
iolUimIu led by i-sperteocc ad snii)
U ui i.j U- dtrftoiuly -ulol. whoa to
bliliio cnuriLd on Ibt- Uliud, lUc
aiiLlA m eta'b csae briu4 Icytis. It
THE DAILY
DES
Imp
CIPITHL
31MA1UJ 15.
Secretary and Treasurer,
and others their lands, now platted and laid oat, situated
by a beautiful drive alo ng the Conduit Road and Potomac
and Forty-sixth to Forty-ninth streets west, have been
pure air, natural drainage and prospective convenience
six or more lots will be sold during October at prices
home or a good investment cannot do better than to
Plats and pictorial profiles of the property, together
HP. OIL.A.:R,:k: aaadL
bas always beon well understood that r
union between a sound and a diseased
person would be liable to result In the
propagation of diseased offspring, but,
until the occurrence of tbe births re
ferred to, It was believed that two un
doubted lepers could not procreate,
and, In these two exceptional cases,
"I would be inclined to ask whether
a mistake may not have been mado In
the diagnosis of one or tho other of tho
parents, confounding with true leprosy
some other physical taint, which,
though similar In appearance, may be
different In kind, lie that as it may,
neither one of the two children has as
yet shown symptoms of tbe disease,
and in March of last year one of them,
who had reached the age of 14 years,
having passed bis whole life on the
Island with his leprous parents, was
allowed lo return to society, after hav
ing been formally pronounced clean by
a board of competent experts. This is
but one Instance of IhojiUMling char
acter of the disease. The general ef
fect of thesq mariisges has, no doubt,
been to induce more cheerfulness and
resignation and to sdd greatly to the
good discipline of the establishment."
Mr. I'lumacber explains that, al
though marriages would not be allowed
between a sound and a diseased person,
yet, in the ease of the development of
leprosy In one of a couple after mar
liage, tbe sound consort is permitted to
seeompany tho other to tbe lazaretto,
and tbis baa occurred la many Instance.
With Ibe system of separate cottages for
ttose who desire tbeiu, the islaad is be
ginning to assume the aspect of a rural
municipality. Its extent is little more
tkaa a mile square, with good soil, of
which adv eutage has been takes by tbe
Vi ell to do patients for the culU vailon of
various products aad the breeding of
goats. The territory has beea aritttclally
stocked with gaaut, which is bow be
eotaiag abuudint, aad nothing seenu to
have beca left undone to secure the
comfort aad welfare of these uafortu-
A readiag room aad library are at
their coastant disposal, aad occasional
Musical eatertaiasaeuts are fuiataaed
by tho juau. all of whose efforts are
directed to the estahiissttueat of a veri
table hoiiut for the p&lieats, where thoy
assy, as far as passible, forget their
aJHk lions. Weekly visits of relatives
aad friends sro penuitted, which are
looked forward to with eager anticipa
tion, aad the dteipttae generally is
mild aad judicious, punishment being
moled out with justice and ausaaaity
to tvll doers, a proportion of whom
must naturally be found ia every com
munity, even oa of leasts.
The Consul has investigated the
char after of the disease with rnasiilir
able care, aad has arrived at souse in
teresting coadustoas, espeetaUy as to
guds the tjueetioa of roaiagioa He
sajs: "The dtftaie assumes various
phases, the most coauaos type beiag
the tuberculous, manifested la distorted
features, enormous rendaat east sjad
lips tad as abuaia&oj of exaggerated
wsishke- I have seen chiUltee of both
sexes, of 13 or H yeaisof age. with the
features aad heariajfcf octogenariaat,
sad some of the saddest cases ace of this
class. As the disease progresses the
eiUrmitks ate attached aad slowgh of,
the hoiiy tecaates scaly, & at timet,
cosered with itkejaj. ami the taouktes
of sight aad heatlag ant ftequoasly
entirely deaUoyed.
'There has bees much dtMeseace of
opUlM as to whether c aot the oieae
is coaUglnM. aati. all hough the gceat
sjorhy u Isymea who have aot spe-
tally studied the subject believe, u J
doubt, that it is a iruv i.ooUglou Jls
tbe, jut lam iokUueu to utilise ihitc
CRITIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 15, 1890.
OPITHE PO
rovem
the weight of medical opinion, at least
In this country, Is opposed to that
theory. Tho present superintending
physician, Dr. Alclbladcs I'lores, is
however, a firm believer In tho doctrine
of contagion, even going so far at to
state that our recent expedition to the
Island was a dangerous oxperlment,
which mlcht result In the contraction
of the disease and tbe subsequent
blighting of tbe life prospects of the
members of our party. It is true that
on that day our rntercourse with tbe
lepers was of a muoh more Intimate
character than If wo had been ordinary
visitors.
"The case of Father Daralen of t!
Hawaiian Islands, who, after years
devoted service among the lepers
Molokal, Anally succumbed to lufcctlon.
Is quoted by the advocates of tho con
tagion theory, I confess freely that I
am not a believer In tbe theory of con
tagion, properly so called. It will be
easily understood that, should matter
from a leprous ulcer come into absolute
ccntact with the blood of a well person.
Inevitable infection would result aad
leprosy be engendered, in tbe same
manner that tbe surgeon at times meets
bis death through blood-poisoning con
tracted in the dissection of a cadaver.
Bo far and no farther am I an advocate
of tbe theory of contagion, and it Is
possible that l'atber Pamlen In bis min
istrations may have met with such aa
aeeident,
"The experience of many years in
the island lazaretto tends tbe same way.
ouad wives hae been living with
diseased husbands, some of whom have
arrived at the last and most loathsome
stages of tbe malady. Daughters have
ministered to their arUieted mothers
for years, ami at tbe death of tbe later
have returned to the world, where they
are to day healthy mothers of healiby
fsmilles, and the entire history of the
lazaretto for more than fifty years is a
refutation of the coatsgiousaess of the
disease. Tbe reason, I fancy, why
pbyeklaas here sometimes differ oa this
point is that there are two theories re
specting tbe origin of leprosy, one of
which tke parasitical or mlciohian
theory If clearly established, would,
no doubt. Indicate contagious qualities,
sad iu supporters, in order to be con
sisteat. must no the whole length. The
Preach theory of the medullar origin
of the disease, together with its la
curability (although the possibility of
alleviation is admitted), aads the most
favor amostg the more expesieeoed
Whether iepseey can be cured is a
questioa to which expeiietvee oa the
leper islaad at Venieesho gives a aeg
tdveaaawer. Coswul Piumacher gads
thai the sdmiaistratioe ol tonics ami as
tringents has appeared to give good se
auisf , ami Dr. Fhwag seems even to be
lieve that by ceaataacy in their me aa
almost absolute cure could be ohtiletii
The iodides am) mercurial pfepraliei
haxe ahat beejt tcelsvs, ai weH as h
tincture of caatharhies. but ail of these
remedies produce mote or leal bieaticad
erficis that of temocary ateMoftioa
of the conditio, of the patient, but
without ell-founded hopes of aayihiog
approaching a Kecuabse cute. Dr. Ptoru-s.
vho is a warm partisan of the (wesitl
cal theory, believes fas the use of caw
poor, is the form of a syrup, as one of
the best methods of combattW the dU
esse, and his eoihusiaam leads him
fax as to state that he ie convinced lust
leprosy is curable. If aot allowed to
ri ceatain Omits, ami that even thoMi
tsy otat stages wiB deeive marked
beaefttfiom thecaestesor tseataau'i s'
far. however, these aw theories and
aethmg more.
As already slated lewnorery ..in i
lion but frt.in.ull beeo oi.taiu. i
varlvus methods, as Lu a ducwi
ent
S.
on the Conduit Road, overlooking the Potomac River
River, extending to G'en Echo and Cabin John, two of
extended through the property ninety feet In width and
ol access, these lands have no superior around Washington,
which will give a margin for large profit,
secure lots early. Intending purchasers will be driven to
with all needed information, can be had at the office on
IE. D3. COTTKBLL,
1418 New
leprosy, any remedy which tends to
Improve the state of the blood
and tho general health will, no
doubt, have Its temporary amelio
rating effect upon the malady It
self. So many years of careful study
nnd of patient nnd conscientious appli
cation of all m- thods of treatment have,
in the Consul opinion, satisfactorily
demonstrated the Incurability of tbe
disease, and the most that can 1ms done
is to alleviate, as far as possible, the
physical suffering and mental distress.
In connection with the various methods
of treatment, It may be Interesting to
notH that among the Ignorant an idea is
prevalent that lenroev mav be cured bv
j a diet of buzzard flesli and soup. As ft
is necessary, uowever, mai mis regimen
be observed with constancy almost to
the exclusion of other food, it Is oasy to
Imagine that not even the most zealous
upholders of this remarkable remedy
have been able to give It a satisfactory
trial.
IEeferrlng to the possibility of error
In the diagnosis of leprosy, Consul
I'lumacber says there Is at present la
the lazaretto a patient who, after tnree
ears' residence, is still considered a
doubtful case. He was finally removed
from tho island and placed in one of the
city hospitals, where for several weeks
he was closely observed by a board of
physicians, all treatment being dlscoa
tlnued. No agreement of opinion could
be arrived at, and be was again trans
ferred to the Island, where be still re
mains
For Malaria, Liver Trou
ble, or Indigestion, use
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
iUorrieb.
see. BalMawte, i!4 . Uctobw 4, ve. bvtiut
Ket. B. Mia aldridee. rector of Kwt
Church. trnWatora. JW., NIm tiatos V. M.i.w
to V. Hvao Bitbe!, both of Wsmieatna.
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HAltfllvryfAMMACK.-0 FrUar.Oe-
iuihk m, h uy Mr . wasp, a Ml
iiutmv nueoaaee. wiihwm, stm-. ai
ton L. MrtotraaJ AaamS. ftwamek.
oi waaiae. a v-
Sic.
CLl V -At bl late xesblsacs. A stiest
Mutlit.O:Ub.r II, uiViw 8. CUa,
Feacfafaanfce wllf SXwsfL Metso
goHUa Pteahrurlae Caarvh. corner ol
fourth and B Oreeets noetWsri, Wsxam
4r. (kloher 14. at fcaVo'clMS v. in. Mead
re reweetfuttr mttsed
UXfMm.-Ou TtuMOay. October It, UMe, at
5M. u-. Catherine A ILeee.
riuvral oa Tkunday u.. raise oni at.
reierHt Caarch, lapitol Hill. laSersaent at
XAWTAUi -oa VmmUf. oetohar H, teat.
laie.ia the SSd veer uf Ut.
Miaerai itombia ute rmleeaas. rt Teavh
alret noataeasi. TtmruUr. at I u'etugk p.
ai. yrtoaas atut rUuvc am Invited to at
tend.
BAsUiA.-On nctohw w. mas. at .
m.. at the rueUesvee ol bar Aaajfhtf. Um
t harles sktaaa. VS Btehth ocset suuthsast.
Mr. Aeatha iahs.a, seed um jear.
FuaeSJ uf take ibe tram reafaleese,
Thundai uaorsiae. at tsVdou a av. Fcteaas
ac4 zcleitvee miaed
PCWrattfT-Oo Tueaaey, October u.
Fainturer. && ut jmu: '. luoaths nd It
i ucual leum U Ule r.ideii o. t-W ru t
Jrtct aotth4t. TUaratUr. OiloUi tS, t
i J v m. Uutuwut kt tesahMtst Cam
ttvrr Belntit o and b-ieadSievited
ssssEmeaammwesmismmweinaaKessBr
cyTtjty ttttAU WSTATSJ.
puhhAXAmXT l: ACKCa Mm T
to ud SS2u?T rnoiear. aelmt a pars
it the estate uf 'Ue late r5in aiOceObaae.
wvciuw -aaeewooa." 401 opnoreiMUi
aa uammn ror WLTLWtiljja. price.
eto
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twatmteetusiwst uy utm.
e. tsu. oust'- or Daina sva all
a
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ciijrmvU.
Comp
$750,000
I. DE. JOSHUA 0.
Hl'HOlAI, HOTICIW.
jgp-0. A. R. ATTK.NT10X .
IIlAIXJIUKTKIM
Dtl-AMTMNTll' THK IVroJIlC.O. A. It.,
Wahinvmn, d . a, out. is, iswe.
The eonrailM of this Separtaest wills.
temble In Hfrm at 0. A. It. IU1I, 111 !.
are. u. w., to-morrow, leth Imt., at 9tSS A. M.
Sit AI1I', te attend tbe fuaoral of eer dumsod
coarnde,
W. W. 8BLKNAP.
from St. Jean's Cbureh to Arlleetoa Natloaal
CeaetCff.
Tost etKaauadsm are upeetsd to tern oat
with full rank.
CowriulM 0 04 her Oepartaiats soJueralB:
la lb elty ar cordlsllr latitwd to prttt
pate. oetcors and toeaibers of tbe OM OuarU will
aweraUeat tta mem boer.
M. BMMBT UKKLL.
CoflB8uiB4er.
JOHN M. KKOQII,
oelftU AMt. Atfj't CWI.
KarNOTRB OV KSI'IHATI0NOr' U
sxf ceni Attiimr'j Ottea. WaljB
tne. D. C, October te, IsSO. NoUee U hwvbv
aiveu that on tbe sihT DAY OP OCTDBKR,
use, will expire all llceeM arivea bv tbe DU
trlet ol Columbia to AOtbecarlN, Auc
lloam, fteaku aa4 Buakws, Brok
an. Claim AnvuK, Coslniutori, Oattla
Broker. Cotomli.Um Mtrcbauu, l)ales lu
tUtllld and rwDWDtatt Linuori, Wlna
and IwdUU, DUtUlsn, iBMinutce Aaentn.
lee DsaWt. Manuaeiuitn ( Itleabut
tag (iM. Life and Kite Insurant Ouoi
ptinte, Patut Agents, Pawnbroker. Pro
prtclor ol Attooau. sutopi roooi.
Tlpplluc boue, Biiliard. Hwultlla and
JcBBjr I-I11.I Tut.lt' sburtlt board. Bowling
Allj, Hotaib), Iivry MabJw. InloUlewu-'e
CaUw, Juak Sbo. lfalcra in lueuud ftaJ
CMhiae- Dlr ia Old ItorrdU Beal iUUte
AfKUU. Kedlavrit, MaalaurveU And Ibtlng
Utu, TbttttWrs, Yarictr TbiMtrw. Ac
All parthM eugegvd In tbeaboYdcrtbed
baslntnit. fnidi or pofki, matt
imxBplly rcuew their lit ut. In a.'rd
aace wllbaMriiionoltbe law ol tbe Hi
Irkt ol t'uliunbla, tU : "That e y vrou
liable for a IUaM tax who mar 'it
to per tbe mum before ae-taste In tbe
buMM hall In addition to the Ucmojw tax
imposed, par a tine or umaltr ol not !
uaa a not inort: tuaa sao lor t-uoa aiii
By order ol the CoinaiUkUKr DUtriot ol
Columbia MATTH8W TRUIBLK. Atseeeor
of lHlrUt uf Colambta. ooU-St
s-na--ynT neubvxo an. white.
& cHiaupoDiwr,
U1S Feaaa. ave., oppoalte Wiilaxd' Hotel
ThiiM.ands Iroej far aad near rUU Or While'
emMlenaient lor leBef from and avoidance
0$ ooraa. heekeia, dkejieed nails aad all
ether toot tronbba. Bonn. S a. -to sum.
auadars.S tots. osaofee,M per vuTfur
patttac tee feet m gojjd order- laeeJbJteaed,
tar
KOTtl'll TO TAXfAYttSth.
Ornv-e or dm
i'ou4itotf or T,sse. B. t'-.
ueseSMrs. law.
JNuswani to the jrfatoa of
proved October t. MW. all amntn
era! taaea prior to July 1, it.
the SAtap
1 or geit-
meats for neetal unproreeiiaut Uu'ludW
the Uyiuf or -water auun. uv due to. and
the mwslor wmea aiVWd by the msrtTof
i'ouuum. ay m pau uuu un ,
WW, wtti S per tee te w lotvrot in Uvu of the
rate and penalties sow bieJ by law, and all
accrued tott
s. u. uayw.
uc,5)t I'olltt tor of Taxes. P. O
rJH BtM'UDAlE lOOfBRATIVB ao
amy ciety aVunber of tats aorletr in ptnt
MMUoe ot ibe trade tard to APL1L, iset. aad
InieisifcteS In the tn alter of eoal aad vreod
aboitld ..aXl outae underilennd hefoee OCtO
BB T (or Information, eic A T. Lonely. SUS
A at u e. Ajr't Sest ; badth Thieamrie,
rtiut.s aru r mv war uept ; l '
Vsom-
derhoef SSI trcmb t. au Mat.; K C Few
uett. SOS a. ae a e. fourth Ami ut:J I.
TMBat.w.U-tt G ' otTTX f. flbjatTuS
Uut. SUtb Au4 -. L. S UrUBer, W
j. i n w, nt-t os , Trea,; 4oo
iuskd v, rtui. u o . or 4.
acts V are u w, sere Uw
bsxtoa, mitten. Uoi
OtI-.Jlt
t
P'k oif
rna wiaii, vau m
cider ol the aMMWHti. J
s
nttary-
J.fUUilUI
tnuixeafor to Bnarv Lee's on.
iaWTagBg,
uep.V.i..
out ewe.
y Y (Maoe, ste Star land ave- a. v-
Sst- J K Bat, u u ,
- mwailtUI WWW j.m.C)M " "l t.tss. L J4
FtfUt uth strrct artb -r 411 i -L' 1 t a
A
ri6iBJ5 idi OnltlbMt
Y
ATA
rOMAC
any
STiHTDH, SiMJL T. G. MBEL,
Directors.
and Picturesque Virginia Shores. These lands are
the most popular and beautiful resorts of the Washington
are now being graded,
and ere long must become one of the most fashionable
and shown the property,
the grounds or on application to
Trustees.
York Avenue.
ariiciAL nut i c iw.
K5rTIIE SAYS DKPOSIT AND STOKAOK
ST IIKPAHTAIBNT.
AJIBKICAN SBCURnY AND TSUsr COM
I'ANV, lite r bT. N. W.
Absolutely Ftreproot.
Mow ready for the atorarwol PursltHre,
rtaiHM, Hlverware, llrturw, Mirror. Trunk.
Carrlaaee, aad all portable artletee. Pnek
toe. Uovtsgand Ubippiee by expert. Orders
by mall or telephone promptly attended to.
Call aad eumlse building. Bardie p
door. Telephone No. 4m.
AUIKRT M. KBAD.
tes,liBl Ueneral Manager.
3r&T0CRH0LJKRb' MKBTINO
VieioT)s. I) C . Oct. T, l90.
There will be a meeting of the atnokbold
era of tbe Met'ornlek Cane Umbrella
Company for tbe purpxue ol eonMering
matter relating to contract, on WRIiN'Bs
DAY, OCTOrlBK 15. 1W1, at 8 o'clock p.m.
at Ibe Imperial Hotel, adjoining tbe National
C. W. LEANNAK1U, Prteideat.
P. LOUOHHAN, Tff a. ooeSt
KBr-WUY NOT HAVK YOCK SHIOTS
xy rsade broae ol the not eefebrated
on Iters In Aaerleal Prtee aane ai lbae
tblrdrate sutlers obarje. V. T. 1IAI.T, SOS ?
ilv,
IttSSfLADIES' LADIBa.' LA DISK'
& u,,. McCafftry i tbe only bat an.1
bonnet Irene manufacturer In tbe city. Call
and e ber new haie. Bleauninjr aad
KcMlnr Straw aad felt bat altered to the
leet style Orders ir..mMly attended to.
me M ( n w.
Wa.NTKIIIIKl,r.
W
' AM'BB- A WOMAN TO COOK ANO IM)
Kenet al bouaewor a. Call at once to uo.'
SJdil n w It-St
w
ANTKU-A 01 ML TO TAKB AKK (P
I child of t. nuit au boene at sim: refer
ence Apply Mil H at. after i. Utt
-yirAvrBU-ceMPBTafcT coox; whits.
Bowahia Call at lett K at a w. 14 St
r AXTKB-tXHwTBfT NUHtia. WUITK
V or colored, for baby aad i-aud of I year.
auo gwi lor general eoueeworn in amau lam
uy. Apply at
i P t n w.
H
XTANTBU - r 1HT CLAM CHAMBBK
1 1 maid aad cook, with beat illy relexon.ts
at IIM Ooruoeaa t. It-st
AY
rANTBB-A YOLVti CXMJNtBO MAN
I for dininn-room work ArjoJr SM Hill
yer Plate int
TtrAH'Bt-.llPBIUaCBlWlilTBl'0 IK
l for unall family, ao atUas Accly
t Sth at a w UJI
Y7ATatV-A HOOD. eTBtlY AMU KK
1 Bahle tarl for oeneraJ h Nueotork. nuut
Star at a last and well reooeuneoded.
13 Kli l 1 It. tH
WAliTKU-ITl'.VTUe.
A
rAITK-BY A i-OLiJBtH) WOMAN
and agiri. one otiuBStraaHiMim
eraJ houM. worker: tbe other a ear:
iuiu CaU at I7CB atetpt Siv.
ll
ItrANi'BU-BV X BJmPBtJTABLB tOL'O
i T girii
and do g
goodret
mJtK. idtnatbme to oooh. waaa and ron
do general boueworh m private families.
Jeieace Call or aadrea IMC Q u w
AV
'ANTBB-BY A MIODLB AUIO WHITB
I woman, a tdace a cook, ia nrieale t ate
By Call an I t . e 11
Y
rANTUV-SY A YOl Sli HAN A WTi t-
I tka a awtistant gardener, rettiea t
given- Apply. iUiM urm. to WILLI!
i as. Leevouri:.
n. Loodouu Co . a. U It
U.lTkU SUAUIjML
3V
rANTSfi-TWO UKFlBNletlhO Ki wM
I ft lad and fc.n In the Wiintt J
New York ave i.d 11th t, rent uut tj ex
ceed SIS AJJ re ABC. CrUie -iOUk U
WAkTSB Mint tit LA mote.
rsw osmiums tumm. wiTti
tMam
power, food emator aerflce and But-
etase mrdtoreb'p. u. u HJeT Bi'lLUiSW.
Ajppiy to BTLUMK UlTi'sUN. He Vest
immimg, or FUN lUtUtsV nnmwui
wEo ai;iiti5 Tttit i&WM-ti
a. Uaig wialld aad ceUabic
tcian mar cotuait strs- o
:5 Fark Place, n e. net ul u
and ttth and t&b at n e '- ooaUitett'M wi ' 'i
ma e only e i j i a
Vow li TUB 11MK ( ALU. PAY
X "bl mcncT ' rr . n'.i' trt -tfla j
ond nana cUu'u Aiiruaa or call al
n'oTBe OLD TAi- D -i a W
Li of a
UnqtlStLbiaedI
AUCTION .SAI.IM.
flKOHUKW. STICKNBY.
VT No. MS r" trwf
THtthTHBfl SiAI.K Or YAI.t'ArlLK IM
I'MOYKU XIAL KsrTATK IX IVY CITY.
l. C.
Hy virtue oladeed of trt duly reoordeil
among tbe land record of tbe IHetrlet of Co
lumbia. In Itbrr late, folio TS, et eq.. aal at
tbe written request of tbe hoeier ox tho
note aecered oa tbe hereinafter desert bel
lot. we will Mil at nubile auction In freet of
tbe wemiw on YYJtlNKkIAY. TUB 1STU
PAY oroCTOREK. WW, at S o'clock p. m .
all that certain plere or parcel of irronn.t
lytae and being in the County of WenJea,
IniHtld Dltrtit, and known a lot eveotii
(17; In blmk etitbt (i.ot tbe ebdiviakm f
Ivy Cttr. II. C , a laid down In tbe plat book
of tbe surveyor' Othre of the IMatmt ot i o
lumbia. Txrnuof ae: Jasi os In cah. balance li
one year. at S percent, per annum till paid,
secured ty deed of tru.t on the propertr.
or all eab if deelred; !) depoH at time of
ml AU conveyancing at pureher' coat.
Tetau to be compiled with wlthfn tee day,
or traat reierve the right to adrertWe and
sell kt purckacer coat and riak.
WILLIAM CMVlKbHANK.
WILUAM T. OKIB.
oe Tt TnMee
FOH ItKNT ItOOSIS.
J70K KXNT-A NICBLY Ft RNISUED
room; Sd door: tuitable for one or two
gentlemen or gentleman aad wife. klSHCi
t a w. 14 31
ITOK BBNT-lNPt B.ViSHBH-S LAkt'.t
1' tomaanicating rooautSd notwial nu-
f nrnlahed room, very drelmbla. MM ijth a w,
ITOBBBNT-flNB POCBLX PAKLOB. 11
I' Boor; private bath; opea grate; oetbern
epoaur, nice tuiie rooms
i U Boor; email
room no aoor. 1. v 1 i.
II -It
I70K KKNT-1 PLBAa'ANT LVmOK I 1
L furaUhed room, ooutheru expoaum JSI
Puna ave. IWt
VOK bAI.EllOUiJHB.
rVJH hALX-IN ALBXANTMtU, akKMM
E frame hoeee.laat fntahinar, ardjaatm
yard; lot lSxIlft: aag home; prtse, $4. Ap
tdy to BOBLBT jTTUOMAa. Boom No. X. SU
T?HM SALB-THBBB OF TUB CHBAPawT
L1 houaea u Washington, MS. iSt and V
Itth Mae: two-etory and beiemenf. Wuwa-
atone trimming; T room aad bath; eleetrte
tell and ga. price, fS,Me each, rem cut
halanne u att or trade tor eooa lea.
WIK KKATMtlUSIW.
nOm HJiSUNPl'BIamKtC
MU Vaa are. tt m amtateato.
lhtex.tSN
tsmMstnw.Hie
imsaaiaw.lt ta.
tsMtaw,Mm las SB
i;ijQktaw,um- jo
lTUdataw.ll re ajao
17wtOetaw.tlM S3 is
two Qt aw, It re. sBSS
ms fat a w. m mat
K Corcoran at, U r BIB
lTet Corcoran . 11 r . . . ra t
irne u t n w, a r a so
urn S at a w. 10 m efw)
lite ttia a w. S m
s Laiayeue juase 1 m mu
net ktxmghton at, f n eeaj
SS9S 14th t a w, II r 0B
lti k t a w. 9 r CO
r08nbtaw.swsjn4wg It SJ
issiisthMBw.sr.. .TT. 3S
7th aad Fume ret at. bunaes. ea-m - IS e
The above hooter can he eiajataed ef pav
aTawn ESSmwH ilinX UawmSml UaUT.
Itatyas cou.
Oat st. a. w.
taw
MSAhKY Sti LMul.
u
oxav TO LOAJI ON itttA.
X tWTATw OK.
wrstvIaM wcurtUeaat loxwat rate .1
OC
Wm&?g?
wwiOiOMtWtyn.
Tk 1 1
iosuy.
Jat, WtUeVm
t LOAN ON g4L tT4T WXW1-
AT i AW S VSJSJ mj
M
ONBYTOLftA.
n name so nfitt
On AjwruuTiaaJ BaZIm aaameSU.
ifrfs
Bl JliU., KiAL 3llANJ LUAHa
. ttarguln '.3 i t prt of tho city. L-
aud. Hie Luratu-c Curuar --b 404 -
4 V U Pc '. t-l'.iiii.
taO KSttW-TWO amAtfU NaW 81-
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