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The Wheeling daily intelligencer. [volume] (Wheeling, W. Va.) 1865-1903, September 21, 1898, Image 5

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School CI01
t . . /
Strictly All Wool Children's Sui
Worth $5.0
These are new Fall and V
colors, double seat and double ki
of rough usage incidental to schc
Ages 14
In cassimeres, cheviots and wors
noted for the elegant line we car
succeeded in making the line for
previous efforts.
M. Gutm;
Betail Department, Main
Still form a Principal Topic of
Conversation in j
In local commercial and manufactur- t
lag circle, railroad talk etlll predoml- J
nates, and both the Baltimore A Ohio v
reorganization and possible consolldatica
with the Great Northern, and the *
probable acquirement of the Cleveland, *
Lorain & Wheeling? by the Federal Steel t
Company are being discussed with great 3
interest. n
Indications multiply that the Federal' t
Steel Company will soon acquire the s
Cleveland, Lorain & Wheeling road, 1
end of course that means the extension J
of the road to the Conneltevllle coke re- r
giontj, with possibly the acquisition of r
the Wheeling Bridge & Terminal sys- 0
tem on the side. If this road is not ac
quired, a very expensive bridge across r
the river and right of way through or *
around Wheeling will be necessary. '
The manner in which the Cleveland.
Lorain 4- Wheeling stock figured on the r
New York stock exchange last week Is B
interesting and significant, when taken ^
in conection with the rumors of the ac- <
qulsition of the road by the Federal *"
Steel Company. The sales o( preferred J
stock on the exchange last week x
amounted to 14,005 shares, and of com- t
mon stock 6.760 shares. The preferred J1
stock sold at 53 cents, and the common ^
stock at 16 cents. This Is a much heavier
weeks' transaction than has ever before
been recorded for the stock of this
road. Compared with the Cleveland, '
i>urain ? wnecung oiw* timing
the week, the Wheeling: & Lake
Erie, which has made a much heavier
Increase In earning* thla year, did not r_
make so good a showing, the sales of \
common stock aggregating 3.453 share* q
and of preferred stock 2,790 share?.
As to the Baltimore & Ohio reorganlration
and consolidation, there Is still t
much contradictory expression of views
on the part of persons interested, and
It Is denied by Receiver Cowen that the f
consolidation or close relations with
the Great Northern will be consummated.
On the other hand, there are state- C
meats made In Chicago that the consoll- f
datton will follow the reorganisation. f
Says a Chicago dispatch: *
The Baltimore A Ohlo-HiH comblna- j
tion turns out to be a Baltimore A Ohio j
deal exoiusively. This Js confirmed, not t
only by P. D. Armour's assertion, but 1
by James J. Hill. More Chicago people [
are interested In the Baltimore & Ohio f
reorganization than N. IJ. Ream, P. D.
Armour and Marshall Field. John W. r
Gates and his following, known as the J
Illinois St?el croat), all of whom are T
wealthy met*, awi Jaqcc-nveans at t
their command for any d^af that they C
may enter, are also heavily Interested,
and have been for montha It is un- [
derstood from parties very olose to Col.
Gates that the Chicago capitalists have j
formed a connecting link between J. P. j
Morgan, Bpeyer & Co., andKuhiK Loeb t
& Co., assisting in the reorganization. *
Th?y went into Baltimore ft Ohio when ^
the flock was around the bottom. They f
r?iu uur ?9mrtmimni, ana nisac me omers
out of the advance In the stock. It S
Is considered a Rood properly, ar*l while
*ome of the speculative hokllnfce have *
been sold out. the extent twin* 30.000
*h.ir*? by one party, their holdings are .
*tjH larger, and- they will s*o the deal
J J. It ill's connection with the Baltimore
A Ohio wlM he simply an a dlrec- c
tor. X. B. Ream, who Is to jco Into the o
executive committee, has developed a k
likine for railroads within the past few d
J'ar? His flrot ventures were as a n
speculator In iwfcurltles. Then> later ho
"vvimic in aireeti rtnw&yi>
Now he is an executor of the George M.
Pullman (Ate, nn<l one of th?* httviHt P
mockholdero In th* Pullman company, g
and i? gradually working Into larger g
railroad in<tere*tii, which he flpfla more j,
profitable than wh?at *p?"Ctiwton?, in ^
which ht- made hla original atart Thi
Baltimore Si Ohio, Wtaeonaln n
Central, or Chicago Great Western, and
the fir^at Northern would make a good J(
transcontinental line, but would !> far ,,
from a (Init-cliM one, a* the Lake
*'?hor*\ Northwestern and L'nlor? Pacific,
" i of which urc eontroMed t>y the Van Wrbllt*.
a? well an th" other eaatcrn
' r.'P, in ronnrrtion with the Santa Fa,
nr>- *t?perlor tranncontlwntnl Utv**. with i
which tin* n?'A combination woatd hay# *
to compete. They are all g?f*l proper- K
tlea, taking thtm ?iru:ly. but ibe eombl- c
M. QPTMAty & Q3.
Lg : Boysand
thing Children,
its. ages 7^10 16, for JJjjJ
Winter Sufis, guaranteed fast
nee. Will stand any amount
ol life.
to 19,
teds. We have always been
ry in those sizes, and have
this fall surpass any of our
a V
an & Co.
and Twelfth Streets.
latlon Is not looked upon with favor by
he railroad people, and will hardly- he
BALTIMORE, Sept 20.-Recelver
ohn K. Co wen arrived in Baltimore
rom Chicago early this morning. In
eplr <o questions. Mr. Coweu said:
"It Is true that a large Interest, a very
urge Interest, In the Baltimore & Ohio,
is* been purchased by Messrs. Field,
IllO Ream and Armour, as well as othr
Influential Interests. As to those conterned
and the amount of their purhase
<he reorganisation managers can
nly answer.
"It is difficult to define a control. The
lass of men who have become interest$
in the property la of a character
hat would exercise an Influence.
Vith them the stock of the Baltimore &
)hio is in stronger hands than ever beore
In Us history. They are strong faeors
in the business world and their interest
In the road will be a decided adantage
to the property.
"Anything that wllWmprove the BalImore
& Ohio railroad will by the very
lature of the case benefit Bakhnore,
s this city is its chief terminus The
alk of moving the general offices and
Jount Clare shops from Baltimore Is all
"The progress of the reorganization of
he property will not be affected in the
lightest. Foreclosure proceedings and
he legal formalities will be pushed, and
is soon as thes are settled the organiatlon
of the new company will be competed.
The new interests went into tha
iroperty on the basis of the plan of rerganlsatlon.
Tjjey looked carefully
iver the field and, believing the interst
in the road to be a first class investment.
purchased it. The question as to
he personnel of the new directory will
?e settled hereafter, and the new Inter
sts will be lamely represented.
"Their purchase of <h? stock does not
nean any railroad coronation. It does
ot mean a transcontinental system In
onnection with the Great Northern.
Vhat it does mean Is the fullest development
of the Baltimore 4 Ohk> ralload.
The road will not be tied to any
nod In the northwert, but wlil continue
o deal with all roods and take business
wherever it is found. The policy of betermentc
will be carried out and the
naxlmurn traffic aimed after bf provJdng
the best facilities for handling the
NEW YORK, Sept 20.?An authority
n Chicago Great Western said to-day
oncerning rumors of the company's aborption
with the Baltimore & Ohio:
'It is true that an offer has been
nade by a prominent banking house <o
>urchase control of the Chicago Greatwestern.
That is all that can be said
m the subject at this time."
Jllllinciy upsning 9?p?. mm ?? ?.
"Ur Rank UalldlnKi Market liniU All
ir? Inrlfd. _
SRllhu TenpUr TMahrIb) Conclave
Pittsburg, Pa., Oelabtr 10*14 1808,
For the Knights Templar Triennial
Enclave, to tie held at Pittsburgh, Pa.,
rom October 10 to 14, 1898, the Baltlnore
& Ohio Railroad will sell tickets
rom all points east of the Ohio river at
)ne Lowest First Class Fare for the
tound Trip, good going on October 8 to
3, Inclusive, and good returning leaving
'lttsburgh to and including October 17,
898, except by depositing ticket with
folnt Agent at Pittsburgh not earlier
han October 13 nor Inter than October
7, and on payment of flfty (50) cents,
eturn limit of ticket may be extended
o leave Pittsburgh to and Including
)ctober 31, 1898.
Solid Royal Blue Vestibuled Trains
un dally from New York. Philadelphia,
Vllmlngton, Baltimore,Wanhlngton nnd
ntermedlate points, elegantly equipped
rlth Pullman Sleeping Cars. Observalon
Parlor Cara and unexcelled Dining
;ar service.
For tickets and full Information, aptly
nearest Ticket Agent. Baltimore &
)h!o Railroad. _ P
TO rive you An opportunity of testng
the great merit of Ely's Cream
ialm, the most reliable cure for caarrh
and cold in the head, a generous
0 cent trial sl*e can be had of your
Iruggist or we mall it fos 10 cent* FuM
Ize GO cental.
3LT BROS.. 56 Warren St, S. T. City.
It la the medicine above all others for
atarrh. and la worth its weight In gold,
can use Ely's Cream Balm with safey
and it doon ail that la claimed for It.
-B. W. Spcrry. Hartford, Conn.
ca(Ulo* lltkMi to Pltlaburg Kxpo*|.
Th* Pennsylvania lines wlfl soli oxurslon
tlekpts to Pittsburgh Thursday
f each week until October 20. Tickets
ood returning three days, including
ate of ?aWv Rut*-. 12.25. Including admission
to exposition. tu&w
Itvllrf In H-x llonr*.
Distressing Kidney and Bladder dlsi
i.. alv hnura hv "V??ar flrvnt
outh American Kidney Cur*." 11 la a
rpa I iiurprlio on account o I Ita exceedir
prnmptneaa In relieving pain In blad?r.
kidneys and hack. In mala or fe.
lale. Relieve* retention of water nllost
Immediately. It you want quick
rtlef and cure thla la the rer-icdy. 80]J
y n. II. Llat, drufffflat. WbeellnK. W.
Wuliln|l?ii,Pii , Fair.
Snplnmbrr 20 to 23. Inclusive, the JU1Irnoro
A Ohio will nell excursion tickets
> Washington. Pi., and return, for
1 25. Inrlutllnx admission to the fair,
nod returning until September 24, Inluslv#.
Between Candidates Dovener and tl
Blair was Suggested *>1
Chairman 8. G. Smith, of the Repub- T
I lean congressional committee of the
First district, last night mailed to
Chairman if. D. Post of the r&mocraUc g(
committee, the following letter, which
explains itself: ? 'R
MelviSle D. Post chairman Democratic *r
congressiona. committee for First dJs- .
trict; Wheeling, W. Va. I
Dear Sir:?The Republican congres- j
sional committee for the First dictrict J
of West Virginia, on? behalf of our candidate,
Hon. B. R Dovener, hereby in?- F(
vlte your candidate, Hon. J. V. Bialr,
through your committee, to a Joint dis- ,n
cusaioa of the issues of this campaign la aT
each of the eleven counties of this district,
each meeting to be held at the
court house of the respective counties,
and the dates of such meetings to be ar- n
ranged by the chairmen; of the respective
committees. We are ready to meet
and arrange at once the dates and other
details for said meetings. in
The short time remaining before the. N:
election requires us to asJc that you give hi
this imitation your prompt attention
and an early reply. Very respectfully ?p
yours, S. O. SMITH. "J
Chairman Republican congressional (
committee, First district of W. Va.
Wheeling, Sept. 20, 1898.
Captain Dovener authorized this
communication yesterday and in a
statement made to an Intelligencer re- 1,11
porter last night said that he hoped the
offer would be accepted by his oppo- j
nent, Mr. Blair. He stated further that ftt
he thought now, before the campaign is
formally openea un euucr nuc, n*o ?u ..
opportune time to issue such & chal- Ul
lenge, since the Itinerary of neither can- 3
dldateh as been announced, and any or- a i
rangeraent made cannot interfere with <
an announced programme of either con- trj
cernlng future engagements, as might
be the case later on.
It was hoped Chairman Post would 1,61
reply as soon as he ascertained the desires
of Mr. Blair in> the matter. As w<
stated in the above letter, the time Is ar
short and It was felt the Democratic
candidate would appreciate the request
for an early reply. The proposition is M
plainly for one discussion in each of the u
county seats, making eleven debates in '
. aJL nil
The Republican committee will be at w?
work within a day or so at the head- At
quarters which will be located In the <
CalJln building, 1413 Chapline street, ^
where all business will be conducted, as
announced yesterday. The secretary- /
treasurer of the committee is Mr. Hugo
Loos, whom everybody knows where to
And at 1220 Market street.
The supposition that Chairman Post
or me pemocrauc onmimvt: ?wmu <>!.->? t,u
communicate with Candidate Blair and .
learn bis wishes before replying to
Chairman Smlth'5 letter, was away off. ST
The Intelligencer heard through a pro- tic
mlneht Republican politician last night ae
that he declined to accept the chal- ed
leitge for a Joint debate on the Issues of co
the campaign by the two candidates. jf<]
Later It was ascertained that this decli- r'e
nation was In the shape of a letter to
Chairman Smith. C3
The Intelligencer asked the Rcgiwter 0#
for a copy of the Post letter, but the Dfl
member of the editorial staff of whom !r
the request was made denied any know- "
leuge of such a letter being In the handtt
of the paper. No doubt he win be surprised
when* he sees It spread to the
breeze this morning. jVj
The Intelligencer was determined to cd
learn whether or not Mr. Post had writ- tk
ten a letted in response to the Republl- |n
can challenge, and at 2 o'clock this iti
wmrniner a representative of this paper ar
called at the home of Chairman Post, yc
122 Fourteenth street. M!
Mr, Post came to the door wearing a
dressing gown and a bored expression, p,
The reporter apologized for routing jj
otit the object of his quest at such an ?
unearthly hour. Mr. Post received the
explanation with the suavity for which ^
he is Justly famed. 2?
"Have you decided to accept or decllne
the challenge Issued by Mr.
Smith?" was the opening wedge of a <
conversation that was entirely too one- ,
sided to suit the newsgatherer.
Mr. Post knitted his brow In reply.
"Have you written a letter In r.-ply to '
the challenge?" was the reporter's next <
essay at enlivening the occasion. ?
Mr. Post glanced up at the arc lamp
that was the sole Illumination of the '
scene. He also gently stroked his upper <
lip. <
"Can we have your order on the Reg- <
Ister for a copy of tho letter?" said the
reporter In growing desperation and '
fear that he was destined to be scooped. *
"I have nothing to say for publlca- <
tlon," answered the First district De- ,
mocracy's chalrmnn.
The Interrogator felt cncouraged. Mr. '
Post had actually said something, even <
if It was not for publication. <
In his eagerness and exulVitlon over ,
the remarkable progress he was makIng,
the Intelligencer man sprung sev- '
oral nupstions In a row. *
"Why you are cross-examining me,"
was the observation of Mr. Post. This
waft rare good humor, for Mr.. roat la
nome shucks himself. In the cross-examining
The "man who wanted to know" felt
encouraged again, but he was doomed
to disappointment. Mr. Post declined
to sny a word that would make of him
an Intelligencer news-producer.
' "It's politics, you know," be said, and
gently closed the door.
Mr. Post's next literary effort?after
the campaign, of course?may be entitled,
"How Not to be Interviewed."
However, Intelligencer renders will
not be dlsappolntetd. The Register, bo
It understood, Issue? a midnight edition,
and after experiencing some dlfflcultles,
the Intelligencer reporter secured
a copy. On the first page, under
the head, "A BLUFF," were printed the
letters of Chairman Smith, issuing the
challenge, and Mr. Post's, declining.
With profuse apologies to the esteemed
Register. Chairman Post's reply Is
printed In full below:
September 20, 1R9S.
S. G. Smith, Esq., chairman of the Republican
congressional committee of
the First district of West Virginia.
Sir:?I had the honor to receive your
note at 6 o'clock this evening. In reDlv
uermlt me to state th/it the Demo
cratlc congressional committee of this
district has arranged Its plans of campaign.
I shall not now interfere with
even the minor detail* <>f that plan.
I am. very respectfully, your obedient
servant, MELVILLE P. POST.
Literally this statement la true. It l?
learnrd that at the outset of the campaign.
in* fact at the time of the meeting
of the Democratic congressional
committee here recently, H was derided
that under no clrcumstanees v mid the
committee aUow Its candidate to take
the stump against Captain Dovener.
Last night's declination m?*an* that the
Democrats will make the "still hunt"
campaign, which they have b^.-n credited
by the Intelligencer with the intention
of making
MR. ABHBAUaH. The Fur Mnn. will
he st the Windsor Hotel, Hept'Mnber 21, <
22 and 23. (Jive your order now for new ^
Seal Jacket now, //
Bmmht at Taluw BtewMlr rtm?t
Ik* Llllii; Mtaivn.
Librarian WIUonreKerdar 8**? 001
e folio trior llat of new volume* Ju?c
laced upon the ihelve* at the public 11rary:
A rear. A. C.-BWI of the United State*.
Buoxa. J. K.?Ohoata I Have Met and
>nie Other*.
BnUit, T-Gliw BlOTrinx and Working.
Clarke. H. B.?The CId Campeador.
Davt-y. R.?Cuba. Pait and Present.
Dor. Mr*. J. a R.-1H Kill**' Houae*.
uu tion, 11. r.?ran unwaba ui
houfrhtu of Women.
Field. E.?Lullaby Land. ?
Oeorge .H.-Science of Political SconGould.
B. B.?Btadyi of the Steirponey.
Haaaall. A.?Louie XIV and the Zenith
' the French Monarchy.
Henry, Stu?rt-Ho?n with Famoua
Kaler, J. O.-Slgnal Boys of *T5.
Keats. Gwendolyn^Llfe U Life, and
ther Stories. ? ,
King, E. F.?Ten Thousand Wonderful
Le Queuz. W.?Whoso Findeth a Wife.
Lockyer. N.-The Sun's Place In Nature.
Lys. Christian?The Hepworth Millions.
Ollphsnt, Mrs. M. O. W.-History of
rotlsnd for the Younir.
Personal Recollections of the War of the
Redding, M. W.?Antiquities of the Oriit
Russell. T. O.?Beauties and Antiquities
1 Ireland.
Sergeant. A.?The Lady Charlotte.
Smith, R. H.?The Calculus.
Btimson. F. J.?Mrs. Knolly*.
Stuart. R. Mc. R.?Moriah'n Mourning,
riernan. Mm.?The Chase of an Heiress.
IM re buck, W. K.-Meff of tha 8carlet
Tweedle, Mrs. W. E.?Through Finland
Cart*. ^ ,
Woodbury. W. E.?Cyclopaedic Diction- |
y of Photography.
atlcraof Minor Nemrnl la and About
th? City.
P. F. Haberstlck has a neat pen and
k original sketch, on exhibition at
lithnli' art it<vA on Vnrlrnf nnrl
8 work attracts universal praise.
The Orpheus Msle Chorus held its
cond rehearsal of <he season l$st
enlnff. and there was an encouraging
tendance of the members.
raupn In lb* Citjr anil Whctllsf Pit1
pl? AbiM<l.
E. H. RusselF is a Mannington citizen
the Stamm.
Jacob Koontz and wife, of New Marisville,
are at the Howell.
[saac Loewenstein, of Charleston, wjns
guest of the Windsor yesterday.
3eorge Lingaman has returned from a
p <o Buffalo and Niagara Palls.
4 TT..U.V. tUrn. Clnhth nanl
nuuj nuciatuci u> mc "???
turned yesterday from Cincinnati.
John Tonkin, of Oil City, an oil man
HI known In this state, was a McLure
rival last night.
Miss Catherine Flood, the South Side
Central," has returned from her vacain,
spent at Pittsburgh.
Captain R. S. Irwlt> returned last
?ht from New York, after spending a
?ek there and two preceding weeks at
lantlc City.
Charles' Sims, of Company K, First
est Virginia Volunteers,left last night
r the camp at Knoxville. Tenn., after
siting relatives here for a few days.
Snit Home Comlue for Oiif,
BETHLEHEM, Pa., Sept. 20.-Com,ny
K, of the Ninth regiment, arrived
Bethlehem early to-day, and was
eeted by thirty thousand enthusias;
citizens. Captain Adams and his
veniy-Koven soiaier poya were escorit>y
six bands of mupic.as many drum
rps and twenty civic societies and
100 firemen to Municipal ttall. where^i
eeptlon was held. In the Jam at the
pot as the train bearing the Midlers
me in Mrs. M. Talbot, sixty-live years
age, whose son is a private In Cominy
K, was pushed under an engine
d ground to pieces.
"How to Car* All Skin Dltruct."
Bimplr apply "SWAYNE'S OINTEST."
No Internal medicine requir.
Cures tetter, eczema, itch, all erup>n>
on the face, hands, nose, etc., leavg
the skin clear, white and healthy,
i great healing and curative powers
e possessed by no other remedy. Ask
ur druggist for SWAYNE'S OINTBNT.
Avoid substitutes. ttbs&w
. Ml lc6'I\jf??Ffna are guaranteed to irtop I
rada**? j3 3> a!=5toa. "One cent a do?a?_
If We Giv<
ft Credi
1 We Do Not Sell Thai
||In other wor
f !;! for credit, i
1 furnishings.
' ;!; credit and till
? is no extra c
^ o paie uicoc pi
2 j; you'll find tl
|t >! than can be
I promise to ]
J v; once a week
8 ?
> > Our Carpet
1 o stock is simc
f > J; scoured the
Li ?! latest patter
M; isn't a "chea
><! g yard to the
| begin at 35c
L | that will be
r! this house is
y > c> tiii
Good Dressers of W
Our past reputation has est:
this vicinity for stylish, goc
. season finds us with the bes
Clothing and
We ever had, and this mean
It sometimes pays to look an
and it is always with pleasu
through our stock, for it is s
timer when you are ready to
Strictly One Price.
To' Clothe Boys Pn
at minimum cost is a problen
scratch his bead and many a wi
We, too, have bent muqh effort t
succeeded. It will be surprising to
velous qualities and "stunning" sty
arc showing at little cost.
All-wool fancy cheviot, prettily br
Suits for little boys of the ages thrc
Plain suits of same quality fabric
coats made simply double breastec
Fine black, worsted Diagonal or
to sixteen,
These are scarcely representative
Children's and Boys' Suits, our elej
deserve your careful attention, and,
back for the asking.
D. Gundlin
34 and 36 Twelftl
funeral Director and T
Arterial Embalmer. Telei
1117 Slain Street, WeetSlda. fJjJJ
Calls by Telephone Answered Day
or NlfhL Store Telephone 6S&
Keatdence, 606. Asalaunt'ft Tele Telei
phone. 695.
i You the Ki
t That Is a H
t Which We Consider Only an
ds we do not charge an extra
Here is a magnificent stock of
We do not ask you if yo
len make prices to correspond,
harge under any circumstances.
*ices with those of cash house
lat ours are as low and often
found elsewhere. We only as
Day as you are able?a little
or once a month.
Department is a store in itscll
ily pcrfect in ever)' detail. W
factories and wholesale houses
ns and the richest colorings,
p" quality, fro'm the Brussels ai
: most expensive Velvets. I
a yard, and \vc can guarantee
satisfactory. Every Carpet boi
Made, Lined and Laid Free.
3 bomb pnoviDsns.
heeling: |
iblished for us a future in tjj
?d fitting garments. This
t lines of - fii
s Jhe best line in the state.
Du'nd before you purchase,
re that we will show you y. ,
iure to make you our cus- ' |
i buy.
1319 Market Street.
i which has nude many am
MDaa wrinkle her brow ii thoigkL
0 its solution, and have
1 you to see what marloc
iii Wjvg* clothes we *5
aided Reefer and Vestee r
e to eight, at
~ 4
in different patterns, the
I, sizes eight to fifteen,
blue Tricot suits, four
of the entire stock. Out
rant line of Top Coats,
_l -11 ?'J
aoovc an, vuui ihuhcj, jm
g & Co., |
li Street.
ral Director and Embaimer,
1208 MAIN ST.
Jnder Competent Management. .
phonee?Store, 229: Rcaldence, 788. a
Comer Market end 226 Streets
phone 297. Open Day and Nl*h?
ind of 1
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"grains 8 ;
service x * *1
lght ill
X f"

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