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THE SILLYPiQUASTOR
That the Tin Plate Made Thoro
Not the Genuine Article
PROVEN TO BE II BQOMERRN
Tho Truth about tho 3Iatter, whl<
tho Register will not bo Fair Enoaj
to PublUh?Not an Atom of Foreli
Metal in the Producu?It is the Be
Quality of Rooting Tin?The Foi
man of the Mill makes Afildav
The Story that It was not True Stai
cd by a Democratic Saloon-keep
Who Doosnt Know how Terno 1
is Made.
The Register of yesterday reprint
from an Ohio paper tho silly ?to
which was started on its rounds sevei
days ago to the effect that the tcrno t
plate manufactured at Piqua, Ohio, w
not genuine, and that it was simply j
iron shoot dipped in a lead bath. T
publication of this story by tho Regis
a day after every ronu tabic paper
Ohio lmd published it correction ol
backed up by alfidavits, iu only auoth
uvidonco of tho unfairness of that pap
in its discussions of tho elfccts of t
McKinloy bill, nnd its slowness
acknowledge, even in the faco of ind
putiiblo ovideuce, that tin plate isbol
wade in America. Not only this, b
tho Rtr/iiUr comments on tho Btutcmc
made bv the saloon-keeper ICoifer,
I'iqun, Ohio, who originated the stoi
exhibit its total ignorance of tho pr
cess of the manufacture of roofing ti
Tho real fucts about the Piijua stoi
which hosproven u veritable bootnerar
appear in the dispatch from l*iqi
given below, but first, 111 order that ti
reader uiar thoroughly understand ti
Kctjiiter'i "lend-both" story, it may
well to explain what terne till plate
and its process of manufacture.
nOW IT 18 MADE.
All roofers nnd tinners understand tl
distinction between terno tin pinto-ni
the tin plate known as "bright" t
plate, from which household utensi
ure made. Tcrne tin pinto is n th
sheet of steel or iron coated with i
nllov of lead nnd tin, usually in a pt
portion of two of lead to one of tin. Tl
plate is not polished.
Tcrno tin is used for rooflng. Tl
lead is mixed with the tin in order
resist the water and the atmospher
influence. All rooflng tin is terne ti
Tho process of the manufacture
"bright" tin is substantially tho sail
as that of terne tin, except that tl
sheet is dipped in a bath of pure t
and is thou submitted to a high degr
of polishing. Until tho McKinloy b
vent into effect, practically nil terno ti
jih all "bright" tin, was imported fro
Great Britain. But now a great deal
both kinds of tin is being inunufnctun
in this country.
the i'lql'a storv.
Now as to the facts about tho Piqi
story, which the llegittcr printed. Ho
they aro backed by sworn statement:
The Cincinnati Corrugating compai
at Tiqua announced a short time a;
that they would mako terne tin pla
from American metal. At tho McKi
ley demonstration last Thursday 5,0
tin badges made from terno tin plal
manufactured by tho concern, we
worn, and me next morning iultuhk
personally dippod n half dozen sheets
steel in the bath of lead and tin, th
making terno tin plate.
Before it was put into tho pot son
of tho California pig-tin was exhibit*
in a store window at Piqua.
That terno tin plate was actual
made here was never questioned exce
by two or three Democrats. The pi
cess of manufacture has been u-itnosb
by scores of citizens in Piqua, m
hundreds of the terne tin plates man
factured at the Piqua mills weree
posed to public view at the McKinl
demonstration, and wore carried awi
by tho crowd as souvenirs.
On tho day of the McKinley demo
stration, a Democrat named Steinberg
tried "a gaino of blufl'." Ho gave an <
der for a bill of roofing tin plato wi
which to cover his burn, he stipulati
that tho plate should be mado purely
American materia nnd that the pri
should not exceed JVatof tho foreign i
tide. The order was promptly nccept<
Mr. Stcinberger has been chaired agrc
deal, even bv his Democratic fellow ci
i /..n? .y,
ZUII3. IUI IIUYIU^ 1U11U11 IUW U Hn|>, u
until the Enquirer publication of yodt>
day there wits no suspicion on any bod;
part in I'inua that tho genuineness
tho terno pinto was questioned. The ci
respondent of tho Lnquirer assorts tli
tho terno tin plate, as manufactured
tho Cincinnati Corrugating Company
Pinua, was nothing but a sheet of ir
dipped in lead, and givos tho detail til
Captain I-eopold Keifer, the saloo
keeper reforred to abovo, loaned the lc
used for the bath.
Tho correspondent declares that t
Fiqua firm has no pig tin, either Wol
or American. Both yesterday and
day the Enquirer backs up editoria
t ho wild assertions of its corresponds
It makes tho extraordinary statomc
that steel plate cannot bo mnnufnetut
in this country of a charactor snital
for tin plate, and it goes so far as to i
that tho terno tin nlato manufactured
I'iqua is nothing but corrugated ir
dinned in lead. Tho Enquirrr nrticl
both of its correspondent and the edit
inls, tfenrl.v demonstrate that the writ
are ill dense ignorance of the subji
upon which they assumo to give inf
motion. Anybody can find out by c<
suiting AVorccster's Dictionary, AVi
ster's Dictionary, the American Meca
cal Dictionary, the Encyclopedia llrit:
liica, or Cliainbers' Encyclopedia, tl
lead is mixed with pig tin to form t
coating for the sheets in manufactt
of tcrne tin plato, and ail roofers a
tinners know this.
It is pl-eposterous to claim that t
Cincinnati Corrugating Company ha
been guilty of a fraud in this inatt
The McKinloy badges that wero wo
at the demonstration wore sewn on si
streamers, upon which the followi
was printod: "Pure Amorican tei
? " "In itnal alinot* roll Oil
tlio Piqun liolllng Mlii, Septemb
1801. Coated with California tin a
Missouri lead by the Cincinnati C
rugating Company, Piqun, Kopteml
14,18U1. Not an atom of foreign mo
in in this plate." In his speech 1
Thursday night McKinley specifies
stated the ingredients of which I
terno plato was made. Thenowspape
Loth before and after tho demonst
tion, mentioned that lead and tin w<
uoed in coating the sheet steel. 1
ICvquirn asserts that no tin was used
*! ? mnnnfnetnrA nf tho nlate. whilo t
fact is tlio same portion of tin was us
aa isusod in Wiles?probably ovoi
little more.
A* AmDATlT.
The Enquirer asserts that the shecl
corrugated iron, while tlio fact is tl
it Is sheet steel, of ?thinness about t
Yenmo as tho gtnnc>ard tin plate,
and thla sheet buo! wag rolled at
l'lqna, from stocl billets manufactured
at Middleport, 0. Hero is an affidavit
is from the man who mado tho alloy, He
ii a Democrat:
"Personallj' appeared before mo John
F. McCabe, who, being duly sworn, deGposeth
and says that lie is the
foreman of the galvanizing and tinning
departments of tho Cincinnati Corruch
(fating Company, and that on Septemhftr
14 18111 the firwt torno nlfltos made
!h by the Cincinnati Corrugating C'oni5n
pany were raiuie under bin supervision,
and that the sheets used then and since
in coating under aillnnts supervision,
11- wore of steol rolled by tlio Piqua HoltIt.
lug Mill Company: that the pot
holding the bath for coating
rt* contained three thousand pounds,
er composed of the usual proportions of I
>. pig tin from California, and Amorican
lend; that on the 18th of September,
1801, Major Willi op WcKjnley, in my
presence and that of m&rty others, coated
. in the regular way live sheets of steel
plate, by dipping in the aforesaid pot
ry containing the aforesaid mixture of
:al California tin and American lead; and
furthermore, that all coating done under
affiant's supervision since at the
works of tho Cincinnati Corrupting
company has been done at and with
bo material heretofore described.
j,r "John F. McCaiib.
in "Sworn to before me by John F. Mc.
Cube, und him signed in'my presence,
"> this 22d day of September, 18III.
er "J. U. Hatch.
or "Notary Public,
"Miami county, Ohio."
Your correspondent nitty say that he
t0 himself pered?iliy-/wHncs!(iVl i Major
is- McKinley dipping these plates in the
?tr pot. He lias a specimen piaio in ms
, possession, with the autograph of
Major McKinloy scratched on bya Hlmrp
"J stool point. Any intolli^nnt and fair?'
minded man must acknowledge iih soon
y. as ho sees ono of theso tin plates that it
is not corrugated iron coated \jitli lend.
With tho highest journalistic author*
"> > ity in this country on tin pinto roofing
'fT' and cornice workj is the Metal Worker,
["* published at. New York and Chicago.
'ie In its current issuq, dated September 19,
j*? 1891, is tlio following editorial, headed:
'"OHIO TIX I'LATES."
" 'It has been known for some timo
that tho Cincinnati Corrugating Com(ie
pany, whose plant is at l'iijua, 0., was
H1 making practical efforts toward the
I o?tablishnieiit of u tin p'.ate works, and
tho earliest result of this effort is a
lis very handsome lot of tin plates that the
1,1 company has produced within the past
1,1 tell days. A sample of the lot which
lias been forwarded for our inspection
'10 shows it to bo a high grade of roofing
nlnto nf imonth ntwl ftVnn linifih. witll
no uncoated spots to prophesy rust."
to ^
'1c I'olnons the Girl He I,iitoi.
nj Newark, N. J., Sept. 25.?Ernesfc Leh10
man, the rejected lover of Emma Bucli
ic poisoned licr Inst night with Paris
in green. The lovers had (juarreled rope
eently. Lehman called at the girl's
ill house last night and tried to make adn,
vances, which wore rejected, lie then
m otlered to treat the girl to soda water
of before parting forever, and went and
sd procured several bottles of soda water.
Miss Bucli drank a glass and was seized
with convulsions, dying in great agony.
Ila "Watch-makers Itmluced.
ro Boston*, Mass., Sept. 24?The American
Waltham Watch Company has just
'y announced a reduction in tho wages ot
between 800 and 000 of its omployes?
ntiAiit nnn.Hiirrl nf ita niltirc force?orilll
those employed on its lS-size movenionts.
The cut million from 13 to 20
r' per cent, according to tlie character
of the work done, and went into ellect
of luat Monday.
US Dim. Grant Will bo Thero.
Chicago, Sept 25.?Jesse Grant arrived
hero to-day /rom San Francisco,
llo i$ on liis way cast to visit his mother
ly anil bring her back to Chicago to witness
pt the unveiling of the statue of her illus o
trious husband.
Q(j ?
ml AMHitfuud.
n- Kkiv York, Sept. 25.?The Pflster
it- Book Binding Company of West Viroy
giniti, against whom on attachment for
$l),"00 was issued ye?tordav, assigned
to-day with preferences amounting in
all to $2,070.
>r- S. B. Duhpev, mateof steamer Arizona,
til liad his foot badly jammed. Thomas'
us.' Kclectric Oil cured it. Nothing equal to
of it for a'quick pain reliever. nance
?.
ir- Unnccoinnry Suflurlng.
id. There is little doubt but that many
int persons stiirer for years with ailments
that could easily be cured by the use
ut of some simple remedy. The following
-y incident is an urusirnuon 01 una iact: \
My wife was troubled with puin in her
of 8i(le the greater part of the tiino
5r- for three yearn, until cured bv Cham>^t
burlain'8 Pain Balm. It has, I think,
hy permanently cured her. Wo also have
at used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
on whenevor needed and believe it to be
wt the best in <th.e world. P. M. Boston,
Pcnnville,.Sidlivan county, Missouri,
ad "s daw
he
sh
tOHy
When Baby was sick, wo gave her Costoria.
11. When she was a Child, she criod for Castoria.
^ When she becamo Miss, hhe clung to Castoria. I
|} j0 When eho had Children, she gave thorn Castorla
iay
at
on
ailloi' Nervo n?tl Llvor Pills
,r8 act on a now principle?regulating tho
liver, stomach and bowleg through the
op. nerves. A new discovery. I)r. Sliles'
)n. Pills speedily euro biliousness, bad taato,
ab- torpid llvor, piles, constipation. Unenj.
oualed for men, M'omen, children.
in. biuallest, mildest, surest! Fifty doses
int 25 cents. Samples free at tho Logan
.ho UnigCo/s. ^
ire Sunday Exrurmon*.
nd Commencing Sunday, May St. and
every Sunday thereafter, the'Baltimoro
l?o <fc Ohio Raifroad,Company will tell exvo
cursion tickets to' Pittsburgh and reer.
turn at $1 CO and to Washington and
rn return at $1, good returning Sunday
.Ik only. vjx
ng 1 1
.j^0 Enough to Kill 111m.
by Madison, Isd., Sept. 2.).?Kiloy Sinnrt,
or. prominent young man 01 iuonru w?ii*
nd sliip. has just died from the effects of
or- being stung in forty different places by
>er yollow jackets.
A Dream of IlupitliimH
May be followed by a morning of "La Grippe."
y Easily, and why? Because the displacement o<
'J? covering lu bed, a neglected draught from a
* partly closed 'window,'.an'open transom con
a" nected with a windy outty in a hotel, way eon*
5u! vcy to your nostrIlf ftnd lun^s tho death-dealing
j? blast. Terrlblo and swift are tbe Inroads made
^ by this new destroyer. The medicated alro
;"V hoi in principle in Hdstetter'a Stomach Hitters
,ea will check tho dire complaint. A persistency in
n a thin preventive of its further development will
aliaolutely checkmate tho dangerous malade.
Untncdicated alcoholic stimulants nro of little
or uo value. The Juat medium i* tho Bitter*,
t is Not lew efficacious is it in cnse* of malaria, Mlioutness,
constipation. rheumatism, dyspepsia
iat and kidney troublo. The weak arc usually tho?o
u. upon whom dUcoao fastens Unit, luvlgornto
110 with the lilUera.
MORGANTOWN NEWS.
Iiitrrnatlnqr Itriu* About elioStnto Unlror.
Ity?luiprovumuntit lu thu !fuwn-Per.
BOtlnlN.
Sjxcial Comtpondcnce o/the McUhjenetr.
Mukua.ntuh a, W. Va., Sept. 25.?
Liout. Humsey, of lliu Math infantry,
who boa keen detailed to act as commandant
of cadets at the univorsity,
lias arrived, und is now arranging for
Sho work of the year. He tills the
vacancy made by Lieut. E. 8. Avis .who
has served three years here, and, according
to the regulations of the War
Department, has been ordored to rejoin
his company at Fort Clark, Texas.
Lieut Avis leaves the corps in good
condition, Ho instituted several now
Inn turns whiln he was here, and aunlied
himself very diligently to tho work of
instruction. Lieut. Ramsey is industriously
enguged in making out his
plans for tho work, llo soya that,
although tho time during which the
cadets( nro actually under his control is
short aud his work will ho limited, yot
hu expects to do well what he commences.
He will relieve the senior
captain, who has been acting as commandant,
on next Monday.
The Athenaeum, the collcgo paper,
edited by Btudents of the University,
made its first appearance this week.
Several new features have been introduced,
and under the present management
it promises to surptiss the issues
of any former year.
Tho classes of tho geological department
have commenced practical work
and are now making sections of tho different
elevations around Morgantown.
A class in phvsicul geography has been
organized by Mr. uroun, and this is
also doing practical work. Some original
problems have been proposed, up
on wliicb the classes win worn during
the year.
Tho now scienco hall project is now
assuming a more delinite shape. An
architect from Baltimore is now preparing
plana (or the building, aud these
will bo submitted for approval at a
meeting of the Hoard of Regents, which
will be held some time in October, ft
is proposed to build a handsome building
which will cost $40,000. It will
probably be located just apposite pre|
parotory hall, l'rofossor Emory, of tho
I mechanical department, has drawn
plans for a building which, when completed,
will bo used for the work of liis
department The contract has already
beeu let and it Ids expected that tliu
building be completed ready for use by
Christmas vacation. Tho work on tho
new com men cement hall is nt a standstill.
It is reported that the building
has been condemned us being too weak
to support tho slate roof which was expected
to be put on it. It is a bad piece
of architecture.
Prof. Berkeley, who lias been suffering
from nervous prostration, is recovering
und has beeii out in a carriage
under caro of his physician, Dr. llartigan,
of tlic University. President Turner
and Prof. Emory, who have had
typhoid fever, arc convalescing. .
The work of changing lx)ng alley into
a streot and other improvements aro
rapidly advancing. New pavomonts
aro being put down in many parts of
the town, and soon Morgflntown, with
its natural gas and water works, will
possess all the advantages of many of
in- i
UIU Jill?i; LUIW, AilU nvin U1 uuow*..g
i is also being (pushed forward. New
| buildings arc Doing constructed in
many parts of the town. The bell for
tho new court house has arrived. The
walls of the court house are almost completed,
and Architect Mayers appears
I to bo pushing tho work successfully.
Mr. I. G. Lazzolle, of the Morgantown
I bar, and his bride, who was Miss Nora
[ Jackson, of Kingwood, arrived at this
I place last night. Mr. Lazzolle has a
house in progress of construction here.
I Tho latest social ovont whs tho entertaining
by Miss Mary Hitchens of
I friends ou tho occasion of her twentieth
birthday.
I Mr. L. A. Lindemuth, of Princeton,
N. J., formerly of Wheeling, and a graduate
of tho university, is visiting friends
here.
Charles, Frescott and Dewitt White,
all ot tho class of '01, have departed for
theological seminaries. Charles has
gone to Princeton, while Preseott and
Dewitt will attend Allegheny.
Mkrit wins, as the marvelous success
of Hood's Sarsaparilla shows. It possesses
true medicinal merit.. Soldby all
druggists. ' 8
A CoiiRcioiitloni Kriitor.
We adverliso at present for a firm
whoso preparations havo proven to be
all they claim in our own family. Wo
refer to Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoja Remedy. We stand up
for this medicine because we havo
I tostcd it. This is not an advertisement
for tho medicine, it is simply our testimony
regarding it aftor a fair trial.?
HoutzdaU, (Pa.) Observer. ix?w
The family tree cannot be deponded
on for boanl.?Jndianajiolu Journal.
To Young Mother*,
wlio aro for the llrst tinio to undergo
woman's severest trial, we oiler you, not
tlio stupor caused by cliloroform, with
risk of death for yourself or your deurlv-lovod
and longed-for offspring, hut
'Mother's Friend," a remedy which will,
if used as directed, invariably alleviate
the pains, horrors and risks of labor,
and often entirely do away with them.
Sold nt wholesale and retail by Logan
Drug Company and all druggists.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.
L.S.Gooi> sella dry goods tho cheapest
? _ _ _ _
rung oi weaicines
Scrofulous JIumor?A. Cure
"Almost Miraculous."
" When I was 14 yoars of ago I had a severe
attack of rheumatism, and after I recovered
had to go on crutches. A year later, scrofula,
In tho form of whlto swelling*, appeared on
various parts of my body, and for 11 years I
was an invalid, being couflncd to my bed
years.. Iu that tlmo teu or oleren sores appeared
and broke, causing mogreat pain nnd
suffering. I feared I never should get well.
" Early In 18801 went to Chicago to visit a
sister, but was confined to my bod most ol tho
timo I was there. In July I read a book,4 A
Day with a Circus,' In which woro statements
of cures by Hood's Sarsaparllla. I was so Impressed
with tho success of thlsmodlclno that
I decided to try It. To my great gratification
tho sores soon decreased, and I began to Icol
better and In a short tlmo I was up and
out of doors. I continued to take Ilood's Sarsaparllla
for about a year, when, having used
. six bottles, I had becomo so fully released
from tho dlsoaso that I went to work for tho
Flint & Walling Mfg. Co., and since then
ILIVB NOT LOST A SINGLE PAT
An nAAAitnf nf (Al/n.a. T TkiillnVA (ha
?u aviummut iKMivm A uvhwib W?UWV?SW
Is expelled from my system, I a! trays Joel well,
am In good spirits and havo a good appetite.
I am now 27 years of ago and can walk as well
as any one, except that one limb Is a little
shorter than tho other, owing to the loss of
bone, and the sores formerly on my right leg.
To my friends my recovery seems almost
miraculous, and 1 think Hood's Sampartlla
Is the king of medicines." William A.
1 Vim OK U? irnnAalWItlA 7ml
Hood's Sarsaparilla
8olJ br *11 druggists. ?1| alxforfS. Prepared only
t?j C. LIIOOD A CO., Apotbocarlu,Lowell, Van.
100 Doses One Dollar
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nk my nffcntii for W. L. Doaglaa Flmcs.
not for anlo Id your placo n*k your
ler to send for cntnloiruc, seouro tlio
ucy, and act ilioin Jor you.
Or ^1
WHY IS THE
I. L. DOUGLAS
>3 SHOE cenKEN
BEST SHOE IN THE WOHLO FOR THE MONEY?
I* a ncainlww shoe, with uo tacks or wnz throad
urt lUo feet; mado or the best flm? catr, stylish
easy, ami brcuute ?r? iiinlv mare uj thi.t
t? (haw any other xnanufacturtr, it txiuaUImud.mI
shoos ro*tlntf from 0).(U to $.YU).
S (10 (jotiulnc llnnd-ncwd, tho finest calf
itnoo over oncreu ior cqunis rrcuun
irted shoes which cost from ?U>?to $12JU.
I 00 llnniUSpwpd Welt Shoe. fltio calf.
r? stylish, comfortable ana durablp. The l?esfc
over offered at this price s sumo grade us cusmade
shoe* costing from #o.flU to $U)i>.
? 30 I'nlicp Nhaei Fnriner*. Railroad Jten
9 m and LctterCarrlersall wear them; llnocnlf,
iless, smooth Inside. heavy threo soles, cxtenedgn.
Ono pair will wear a year.
> 80 flue cnlfl no bettor shoe over offered at
tbl.H price; ono trial will convince thoso
want a shoo for comfort and scrvlce.
!43 nnd $2.00 Worklnainnn'n shoes
aro very strong and durable. Thoso who
> given them a trial will wear no other make.
%uc) ?*2.00 nnd 91.73 school shoes are
J J ? worn by the 1ki>s everywhere; they sell
iclr merits, OA the Increasing sales show.
arlloc^-00 Hi?nd-?ewcd shoe, host
111 ICO Dongola, very stylish; equals Freuch
trted shoes oostlngfrorn to w.i?L
idle*' '2.30, ?2.00 nnd Ml.73 shoe for
us are the best flno Dongola. Htyllsh and durable,
luilon.?See that W. L. Douglas' narao and
) aro atamped on the bottom of each shoe.
W. L. DOUULAS, Urockton, Mass.
one's Cafii Shoe Store. 1012 Main street;
rKr.UELLKU & SA/tvwt, 2151 Market Street,
S Deehas. lieu wood. jaG-rnus
MEDICAL.
ER SAMDEN'B
LECTRIC BELT
MOVEMENTS. SB5FIKS0HT#
ara without mtdlelao til Wtakofu r?i?ltlo( froa
union of bruin, mart* fbrtta, omwii er li^latnUm,
mtl axhaurtlon. dralui, Iniari, nmoui dabtlltv, altap
Ml, languor, rbaunMUm. kldb*/, llvar and biaddrr rora
li, lama bate, lumbago, irlatlaa, (antral lll-btailb.?tc.
?i?eirle ball contain* IVandrrtuI laproittamla otar all
i, n.1 glTri a ttirrtnl thai li Imtaotlr fail by tba wcarar
forfeit $t,O0O.OO, and will car* all of tba abort dl??a' par.
Tbomtodi ba?? l??n tnrad by tbla u>ar?ri?u?
HoBarur all otbor rtmallat fallrt, and woglvi baaof
tMtlmonlali In iblj and errrr oiber at?t?.
' ponarfnl IXKCTRIC HVMHMWORY U
lit boon mr offartd w?*k mm: HII:K WITHaIX IIH.T*.
.lib and Tl|imi Hlrraith UlUHiATEKl) In flu to 80
I. Sand far larja UlutraUd panpblcta, aaalad, tM
all. Addftti .
AJVJOIHW BXiXOTHZO CO ,
No.Ste Broadway. NEW YORK.
jy'rrllM
CLOTHING, ETC.
^ANA-MAKER & 11R0WX.
90 New Fall and Winter Samples
FOB GENTS' 6UIT8 AND OVKKCOAT*
?DECEIVED DY?
J. W. PERREL.
17 I Agrnt. Cor. Main nnd Twentieth Sti
MACHINISTS.
EMOVBl>,
REDMAN & CO.
e removed their Machine Shop to ttao new
ugntod iron imilding (in c'bapline utreet, be ii
Seventeenth nn<l Klghtecuth fctrecu, and
low ready tor hiudnow at the ut?w ylaoe. 1*3
sunscniBE for
:E WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER,
$1 OO PER YEHR
Vv
WANTED.
SAI.ESMKK~WK MAKE A UWl^.
Al/offcr totr*>o!iJi?nn?l IochI sal^m ; m
<?v#rv Stata who call on retail gn?ccr ?; 1.1'TEV
EKT1KKWHEAT FLDBS CO., lii !*'*. , r,.v,
Caleago, III. i *
WAOTEI)?,,Sa^?^r'?
hold* the dotne) without Pin;: .1 perfect ?i:?- ,
patent recently ihum; told only ty a...,'.j
whom tha exclusive right ij given: on receipt c'i Z
cent? we will fend a sample line by mail; al-?
cular*: price lttt and term* to acentx; teenre yr,0J
territory at once. Aildren Thj? < lath..!
l.tne Co..lilllertuou Street. U cjietn,r M...
my27-w<*5 _
Wanted?for thk united
HTATiS AKMY,nble-b<Mli.Mi, uuitmrri?4
men, between the iigei of 21 andyearv <iuui
pay. rations, clothing and medical attendance.
Applicant* must be i?roj?are<i to furnish
factory evidence as to age, character and hubiti
Apply at 1131 Mulu-ttreet, Wheeling, W. Vu.
iM-M'vn
FOR RENT.
JpOR KENT.
A larj?e store room row being built 011 Main,
Tcuth and Market streeti. Will have a froutiuw
of over f?n*t. A tenant that would occupy
the whole of it proferrcd, but if neieiiary it \ufi
bo divided into stoic ro.tms to Milt. Inquire of
JAMES L. llAWLEY,
P^13 N'o. H'JO Mitln >ir- t.
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING
S~ TOCKHOLDEKS' MEETING.
The stockholder* of tlx * Wheeling Building
Association will meet iu rootu No. 4 at N?>. WW
Market utroet, C'ritnule'# block, on Tuesday
evening, Oetnl>er IS. 1831. at" o'clork. to udopc
by-law?. elect a fooird of directors uii'l trun?;.ct
Mich other business as may come le forethvn.
Dues wlli-oe received at the ?auie time, l'or
took or information apply tpeltherof the uadesigned:
TbouuuO'llrlen, James II. Ma lure,
Joiin K. Clator. John T. Cowl. W. u. HnUcr,
Jain-.* MoAdaim. 11 B. Adams, r;. W. Atklu?on.
J. C. llraily. N. W. Iteek. \s. 11. Aml?'r?on. $v\'j
GENERAL NOTICES.
J^OTICE.
The undersigned, having been appointed nd?
lnlnlstrntor of the estate of George i?. Hutinau,
defeased, hereby uotifles all persons indebted to
said estate to call and temke payments. and all
who have claims ukuIiuu the an mo will
thorn to mo, proporly certified. for puvnu-nt.
TllOM.K U'llKIEN'.
Administrator of the estate of Goo. Hun nun.
decease*!. N.*i!
^NOTHER RECONCILIATION
Between u well known lady and gentleman of
this city, through the influcnco of
MADAM MITCHELL,
ge2l At 1027 Mnrkot Street. Third Floor.
Q1TY TAX NOTICE.
Office of the City Comxctob, )
Ttrni tr Unt.Di.va, \
wueeuko, september 17. w\. )
Notice \? hereby given that the city T?ue?iir
16U1 will be duo and payable nt the uflico of the
City Collector, Public building, Thursday, i*tober
1,18D1.
I'erioni paying nil of their tuxes on or before
tho 1st day of November, 3601. will be entitled
to a discount of two pur cent on p t y taxej.
The taxes on real tatntn will i?eiir interest
irom jjovemocr i, iwi, ut mo rate ol li) per cent
pur innuiu uutll paid.
JOHN A. WHITE,
,no17 <"lty Coiltc'or.
FOR SALE. "
JpOK SALE.
GREEN HOUSE PROPERTY AT MCUXDSVILLE
Two complete green houses, odlco. ^ix roomed
dwelling, with large piece of g?boiitl. It"* a twine
bufliuc&s. Good reasons /or hoIIUik. S'J.'aO
will purchase property and stocn.
(J. 0. SMITH.
gc24 12y.? MHrk'-t meet.
S"~TOCKS, BONDS AND UEAL E?
TATEfrOH SALE
25 sliarcii Street Railway Co.
60nbares Wheeling Pottery Ca
10 *liare# Commercial lkutc.
, 'Mi snares Jouorson insurance ua
SO shares Warwick China <*o.
A thrco-story Brick Building, 1207 ami 120)
Main street
THOMAS O'imiKN. Broker.
Telephone 439. No. 114",'-,) Mulii Street.
gALOON FOll SALE.
Owing to the death of my Jute partner. Win.
I lUulelltt, deceased, the saloon i.i fur sole. Apply
to the undersigned at 1133 Murket street.
SAMUEL LARNHAltT.
I WiiggLlKO, Auorw 29.18'Jl. IU123
[ JJK)KSALK
LARGE LOT.
comer' Markot and Twenty-fourth strcota; rt*
slrublc for manufacturing sito.
SEVEN AOIIES
near Elm Grove; desirable for gardenia:;.
w. v. Hutu: & BKo..
deC 1 :xxi Ma rkct street.
QLD AND KAIIE VIOLINS
FOR SHLE.
Prof. Vft-W Inu left two very fiuu^oM vlfllm
I Willi us 10 imjwsu U1. l/IIU II Ul IIIU own
| Ivarlns model. tlio other aSteiner model. aik>
u silver nlutoU K flat Comet, mndo i>v If.
uort. Tficso instrument* nre o ire red at Uryiilui
JOl F. W. HA I'M Kit ?k
SALE OF VALUABLE C1TV PKUl'KKTY.
I will j?ell nt private nulo the followI
ing pn?i>onv bclnuulug to \hu estate t>{ Uo'wr;
! Campbell, deceased, to-wlt: Tim Hobert Onipboll
homestead, No. 11 South lVnu street; fio
property occupied by Mr. J. K. Molso, corner of
South I'enii and Zutie street*; tlio weat hull of
lot In 1). Zune'M udditiou on the north Mdeof
Virginia street, occupied by H. H. Hurt. dru^irM.
aim other tenants; house .No. -i*. on ea*t side of
! South Penn streot, occupied by Mr. Samuel rim;
houj?o No. 28 on name street, occupied by Mr.
Charles J. Wclty, and houso No. UU on saiue strc**t.
occupied by Mr. John I'. Smith. For prices ir.nl
terms apply ut the ofUoo of Caldwell it CaldtvclL
Mttorneys-at-law, over German ltank. Wheeling
W. Vo. ALFRED CAUWKI.L
__JylO Administrator.
BUILD!? LOTS FOR SALS
Fnrtv-flvn Ttiilldtner Lots in Kick niiJ
Lipphnrdt'g Addition to the City
of Martin's Ferry, Ohio.
Thews lot< arc part of twcnty-onu ncren-ono
, half of (lie property known ti* thu old NowlrJi 1
I estate?and im.1 pleasantly Mutated on gently
sloping ground: good natufal drainage; acornI
mantling and pleading vlutv of thu cJty, as \v?;II
us of Wheeling and the Ohio ltlvur.
The location n rcrlalnly one of thu choired
in thu city, not far from a lurgu andcounnodlouj
, w.hool house, within a few minutes' walk <>{
the electric Mrcet car line nearly completed, an J
1 within ten minutes' walk of postoilitv. railroad
' - A.. ?. if,,|j.
[ nation, terry nni'iuii; aim mu ivu.?
road bridge and other prominent point*
I Tlieiio lots aua building *lte* will oesoMon
lonj? and easy terms to *uit purchnncn.
For further rnrtlRiilars inquire m oncc of x
T. IIANJCS, or nt tlui ofllco of tho HKLMONT
I ISKEWING CO.. Martin'! Ferry, Ohio, or t. A.
| SCHAEFEll Jc CO.'SIleal K?tato Office, Wheellufi
1 W. Vn. ?.n
EXECUTOR'S SALE.
Executor's Sale.
! I will offer for unlo a: public auction, on Wi<1|
negduy, the ."Oth day o| ?eptotnbor. lK'l. u tl.e
liven* htniilo, corner Mai it et and Ninth *ir *
in tho city ?-f Wheeling cointnenclm? nt l>
o'clock a. id., 11 head of home*. :i culw. l ? ?"#" 1
! carmgo, 2 oitRgieii, ^ omiui'ui
J huge omnibus, 1 land or jdrnie v.iip'n,
.'? bacgugu wagons, largo Wfiton % l
sleigh. several lot* of harness. ringle and douul
nnil luatiy other urtlcles usually kept ul'" ?
lirery stable. Also a lot <?f furniture, st<>vei.
iron safes, desks,bed* ntirl bedding. Ac.
Terms ofSai.i::-For all j?urehu*?-* iiinotint'n;*
to 80O or lwj cash, for all purchases exiv-iia,*
t'O a crodlt of tUroo month* trill be etven.
purchaser giving negotiable n???'s with ui?j?-.'vcl
HTi rlty. J<?UN J JA< "1:
wi.-ai 1'xerutor of Thouu^ 1' >lni! ' r- >
SUMMER R ESO RTS
MONTEREY HOTEL,
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
Ocean End New York Aronna.
Near hot and cold eca water baths nrj-J ill
* m r<Minii EiOCl*
pjarcam luwivth -
r. k. xewrumkil.
photography. __
T. H. Higgins,
phntrirrrflnhpr.
U. ALLISON.
WHEELING FENCES,
WEST VA. WINDOW GUARDS.
WIRE Coorw or Kvritr Diaamr.o*WORK9,
1707 L?tr Street.
, M&ttTbA* Telephone

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