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PRAYER AND SERVICE.
Tho two Principles of the St. Androw's Brotherhood. A SECOND CHAPTER IN WHEELING raf Cf Mattlintva Phnxnh lnct Evening, after an Addresa by tlio Founder of tlio Order, Mr. Houghtellug, of Chicago?Tlio Society's Good Work Illuatratcd. Tlio lecturo room Id the basement of St. Matthew's Kpiscopnl church was comfortably filled last night with men, chiefly young, but including some that ivere old, who had como to hear Mr. James L. Houahteling, of Chicago, explain the workinga of the Brotherhood of St. Andrew. Mr. Houghteling is the founder of the order and organized the first chapter in Chicago on November 30, 18S3, with twclvo young men. Throe years afterwards tho first convention of the brotherhood was held in Chicago, and dole gaici irora twenty cnupturs uuuuuuu. At present thore aro seven hundred chapter* in tho United States, aggregating a membership of eight thousand. The object of the brotherhood, as Mr. Hougntellng explained it, is the enread of Christ s Kingdom among men. Jt is composed of young men who are pledged to devote their lives to that work. Tho two principles of thu brotherhood aro prayer and service. Mr.Houghtelingexplainodthempthort of work of the Chicago chanter, of which ho is a member. Four men aro cent overy Sunday lo Iho hotels, iidu diatributo cards with a mup of the hotels, churches and Btreet car lines printed thereon. Men are encouraged to attend church, and Mr. Hougliteling related the instanco of tho members of n Cincinnati chapter who had induced liundredH of young men to attend Sunday services. Other members look after the ?iek. Frequently tho chapter sunports a room in tho hospital. Bible - class meetings are hold weekly, and ovcrybody is cncouraged to attend. Mr. Houghtnling gave a plain, pructi... cal talk, and his esumples of occasions ylhero tlio work of the brotnernoou nau liecn most efl'ecQTO, were plentiful. At tlio conclusion of his discourse Iiov. Jacob Brittinghara, rector of. St Luko's church, endorsed Mr. Hoiighteling's account of the good work of tho brotherhood, having n chapter in his own church. There are two other chapters iu tho State, one at Weston and one at Parkcrsburg, with good prospects of another soon being organized at Huntin?rton After a general discussion had been hold, sorao of tho young men expressing their willingness to help organize a chapter. Tho meeting adjourned and immediately, nearly everybody remaining, steps were taken to form a chapter. In less than hour a temporary organization was formed and the St. Matthew's chapter born. FAREWELL TO THEIR PASTOR. Iter. D. L. Aili Plensuutly Surprised ln#t Evening. Tho official' Board of the Wesley SI. E. church met in regular session last night to closo up its affairs for the conforence year of 1801. After transacting some necessary business it adjourned and repaired to tho Sunday school room, wliero an informal! though very enjoyable, reception was tonilercd tho retiring pastor, Kev. D. L. Ash, by tho membors of tho church, Sunday school ""J T7n?t?Artf? T/inmin During the progress of tho recoption Rev. Mr. Ash and his estimable wife were very pleasantly surprised by being prcsontecl with a very handsome clock us a slight token of tho esteem in which ho is hold by all who know him. The Jrosentation speech was made by Mr. ohn Walford, tho superintondont of tho Sunday school. Mr. Ash was very much taken by surprise, but quickly recovered himself and made answer in a vory fitting manner. The members were very much attached to Mr. Ash, and one and all express thoir sorrow at parting with him, out ho has tlio best wishes of his host of friends for his future welfare and happiness. Tho Board of Stewards adopted resolutions of regret at the departure of their pastor, ami of gratitude for his earnest and faithful labors for tho congregation, and assuring him of thoir affection and osteem. John Walford, R. A. Lewis and H. 8. Cunningham composed tho committee on resolutions. THE COMING REUNION. The First West Virginia Cnvnlry asked to Join. Mr. F. C. Robinson, of Bridgoport, has issuod tho following, addressed to all ex-members of tho First West Virginia Volunteer Cavalry; it is self explanatory: Cor.iradci QftU First Wftf Virginia Camlry: 1 *1.- T?t H. 1.H.I Will 111Hb nuuainn ui uiu Ilia* iiuii Twelfth Wc?t Virginia Infantry nnd Cnrlin's battory kindly invito us to "rolino'' with them at Martin's Ferry, 0., October 0 and 7, IS')I. Thero is no reunion liko that of mooting laco to faco with the boys you stood nhoulder to shoulder with in lino of hattlo. These greeting times aro passing away, nnd like our numbers, nro growing less nnd loss. Coino! and let us join with our comrades, and keep alive nnd strong the sacred bonds that wero formed "wheu wo drank from tho sumo cantccn." Come, and we'll have a good dinnor, good apecrhes and a good time. This rounion, from all indications, bids fair to be n big tiling. A rEIlILOUS MISSION Anlgnod by Uio Uoitou Nihilist* to n hloindor^au iin|iunuiH >uut?( Bosto.v, Sept. 28.?At a meeting of tho Boston branch of tlio Russian Nihilist Society last evening the member chosen to bo the secret bearer of dispatchoa to the headquarters of Nhilism in St Petersburg was given his final instructions and was chargod to bring bock complete details of tho political situation in Russia, as it is believed tho timo is nearly ripe for events of groat moment in the history of the empire. Tho agent who will depart on his periIons errand this week was formerly an exile in Siberia. He escaped to the United Slates about four years ago. Broke JalL Vjsalm, Cku, Sept 28.?Gratton Dal?-J 'lutm tka AAtinfv IOI1 DlilUO IllB cni;aj<o iivhu ?mv w?mv jail last night. He was to bo sentencod Monday next on conviction of tho Aliln train robbory. John Beck, awaiting trial for horso stoaling, and A1 Smith for burglary alio escaped. Tho mon ecru red keys to unlock their colls, after which the door* were again lockod and * nothing was knows of the escapo until this morning. Homos and a bujtzy which wero hitched to a post in the court bouse plaza are missing, anil are supposed to havo bcon taken by the prisoners. Hheriff Kay and deputies are in pursuit MONDAY'S IIABB BALU Longuo mid Ainuuliition Ganioi Played Yesterday. Pittsburgh, Sept 28.?Tlio bad work of Miller behind the bat was responsible for the home team's defeat this afternoon. Score: Pltiatiiinrh a 00210020?.') Cincffii?uV/.~?0211 '2 00*?7 Hits, 11 and 8; orrors, 4 and 6; earned, 1 and 1'; pitchers, King and Mullane; umpire, Hurst. Cleveland, Sept 28.?Tho came today was desperately contested and tho home team won it because it got its liits at just tlio right time.Scofo" Cleveland 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0-4 Chlcaxo 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 U 0? 2 Hits, 7 and 9; errors, 1 each; earned, 2 each; pitchers, Young and Hutchinson; umpire, Emslie. Milwaukee, Wis. Sept. 28.?Strnttou I was pounded hard in tiie latter part of today's game. Scoro: MUtvaukcc 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 5?8 LoilflVlllc JJ 0DOLUU1? is Hits, 14 and 0; errors, 8 and 1; earned, Milwaukee 7; pitchers, Divyor and titration; umpire, McLaughlin. Bhooklyx, N, Y., Sept. 28.?The Quaker City men evinced little interest in to-day's game and Ward's men won easily. Scoro: Brooklyn .4 1000210&?8 PhlludtlpUln 110000111-3 Hits, 11 and 13; errors, 1 and 2: earned, 4 nnd 3; pitchers, Foutz and Uleason; umpire, JJavid Orr. 1'niLAOKM'nu, Pa., Sept 28.?Boston ltn.1 llin Itlilnfin aPANtfn (llA nilltll itl* ning to-duy anil the guino won called on account of darkness. Win. Barnie, manager of tho lialtimore club, to-day tendered his resignation and has signed with the Athletics. Ho will take cliurge of the team to-morrow. Score: Athletics.. - 1 00010400-G Iioiitoil ?01000U014-9 Hits, 10 and 8. Errors, S and 2. Earned, 3 and 1. Pitchers, Bowman and O'Brien. Empire, Ferguson. Boston, Mass., Sept. 2S.?The home team hiul no trouble in beating the alleged giants to-day. Score: Dosloii ....... 1 1 1 5 5 0 1 0 0-11 Sew York .0 1001000 1-a Earned runq.Bgtjton New York 3; Eitehers, Nichols and'Coughlin; umpire, ynch; errors, 2 and 8. Washington, I). C., Sept. 28.?The Senators had little trouble in taking a bull from the visitors to-day. Score: Wn.?hit)Kton 2 0 2 1 0 0 0?5 Baltimore - 0 1 0 0 0 0 0?1 Earned runs, Washington 2; pitchers, Foreman and McMachon; umpire, Kerins; errors, 3 and 2. I.utonia Raced. Cincinnati, Sept 28.?A fair crowd witnessed the sport at Latonia this afternoon. First race?One mile, Brutus won; time, 1:45. Second race?One mile and twenty vards, Prince of Darkness won; time, 1:44$. Third race?One mile and seventy yards, Eli Kendjg won; time, 1:4tty. Fourth race?Four and one-half furlongs, K K won; time, .50}. Fifth race?Five furlongs, Alary won; time, 1:03}. Sixth race?One mile, Bon Air won; time, 1:42). Checker Tuiirunment Eucls. Chicago, Sopt 28.?The checker championship games, twenty-live in all, woro concluded this evening. Two games were played during: tlio day. The first was drawn and Barker won tlio second. The final score was Darker five, lleed nono, drawn twenty-one. Charles F. Barker, of Boston, the winner of the tournament, defeats J. 1*. Heed, of this city tor a purso of $1,000. A YOUNG LADY PROPHET Who Predicted the Earthquake nt St. LouIh by Looking nt the Sun. St. Louis, Sept. 28.?Tlio enrtliquako hero Saturday night was predicted by a young woman, Miss Jennie, tho blind daughter of Councilman John A. Sloan. Miss Sloan can only discern tho difference between light and darkness. Last Thursday she looked up at the sun and remarked: "Thero will be an earthquake soon." Again Saturdnv sho declared Uintaa earthquake wpuld doubtless occur Wat night. When her prediction was verified by actual events she looked upon it as a innttor of course. Sho could givo no reason for her prediction oxcept that the weather and the appearance of tho sun impressed her with the beiiet tnat an eannquuKe would soon occur. WcKt.yir^lnm Petition*^ V Sprclat Dlipatch InteUiQcnur. W.isniNOTON, 1). C., Sept. 28.?Wost Virginiji pensions: Additional?Thos. Rigby. Increaso?Hobort Amos. Reissue?William H. Hill. Original widows, etc.?Sophia Andre (mothor), Lucrotia J. Gibson, Martha Garrison, Mary J. Hamilton, Helen Nustan. rofttranstor* Appointed. Special Dltpatch to Pie IiiUUtqaiccr. Washi.nuton, 1). C., Sept 28.?Postmasters appointed to-day: A. Henry, vico 0. Davis resigned, Brookville, Mnrion county; E. Pitchford, vice J. C. Tftlomax removed, Kedhouse Shoals, Putnam county. . . It is a education that makes all the difference) between tlio men who die >n tho ditch nnd tho man who bosses tlio job. It is tho superior qualities of Ayer's Parsaparilla that give it its acknowledged pre-emlucnco over all other blood purifiers. daw CAMPBELL AT 8TEUBENVILLE. Ono Faro for Bonuil Trip Via Ponmyl. Tanln Linen, Octobar, 1. For tho big Democratic demonstration nt Stoubenville, ohTliureday, October 1, excursion tickots at ono faro for tho round trip will bo sold via Pennsylvania lines from all-ticket stations on tho Cleveland A Pittsburgh division between IMlaire and East Liverpool, and Salinavillo. and on tho Pittsburgh divi nion between Wheeling and Now Cumberland, and Uowerston. Tickets will be good returning until October 2. SPECIAL KATES TO PITTSBURGH. Exposition Xxonrtlon via the Pennsylvania Lino* on October 1, 3 anil 8. Special lew excursion rates to Pittsburgh, including admission to the Exposition, will be in elTect via the Pennsylvania Lines on Thursday, October I, Saturday, October 3, and Thursday, October S. Tickets will be good returning two days frlim dato of salo. Handbills giro full particulars. r.hiMrnn Cre for Pitcher's Castoria. I L.6,Good eel^a dry gooda the choapcst?> A TEIHII11LK ACCIDENT. Lntllei Uilloil In n Uuaawny While liotarniiiy from Churcli. Marietta, Ga., Sept 23.?Yesterday evoning, Mrs. F. P. Keynolds, her sister, Mrs. Mcrritt, Miss Mattio Reynolds and Miss Alma Kohl, u cousin, started from charch in tho family carriage drawn by tiro spirited liorscs, nud driven by a negro coachman. At a point just at tho corporation limits tho hones becaino unmanageable. Tho driver was dragged over the dash-board. Mrs. Itoynolds jumped out, but the others remained in the carriage. Miss -Mattie, who was on the front seat, endeavored to control the running horses. Half way down the hill tho carriage struck a stump und was demolished, the occupants being thrown out. Miss Reynolds was thrown against the stump and her neck was broken. Mrs. Mcrritt received injuries upon the head from which she died in four houii. Miss Kohl rocoived internal injuries ana ai urn reports was uow uxijcviuu w aurvivo but a few hours. A YOUNG FJEXD Coolly Con rented, to, tli e Murder of nil Mother, nnil His Father Goes Iiittane. Duiunoo, Col., Sept. 28.?Ralph Kay, tlio 20-year-old murderer of his mother, was captured Saturday evening in Canon Largo, X. 21., by Sheriff Longnecker, and returned to this city to-day. Iio inado a confession to the sheriff last night. Pie said lie wanted to go to Farinington, X. M., to attend the fair. Mrs. Kay remonstrated. This angered liiin, anil as his mother passed him, ho plunged his hunting knife into her breast three tipios. The murderer was arraigned this morning, and without a tremor, Dleadod guilty. Mr. Hoy, the grav-headed father of the young murderer,' has gone insane over the terrible ailair, and his life is despaired of. Heirs to Unudred* of Sllllioni. Elleximlb, N. D., Sopt 28.?Editor Van Metre, a son of tho Annako Jans', heirs to an estate of $300,000,000, has callod a mooting of the North Dakota heirs at Ellenuale, Friday, October 2, 1891, to orgauizo a State association and bo represented at the general meeting of the heirs at Kansas City, October 0. Hanged for Child Murder. Richmond, Va., Soot. 2s,?Henrietta Murrell (colored) was hanged to-day at Sraithvillo, Charlotte county, this State, for the murder by drowning 01 nor eight-year-old child. She confessed the crime, her defense being that she could not obtain work and support herself. ItKMARXKD by R C. Joiner, of Allen P. 0., Hillsdale countv, Mich.: "NothipK guve my rheumatism such quick relief as Dr. Thomas's cElectric Oil?believe it infalliblo for rheumatics." daw Excursions to'Flttuburgh Kxpoiltlon via li> &0.,ttept. 84, SO, nud Oct. 1,8,10 unil lath. 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Wan X MU j / ? ryu 1111', . v ITJ'.V STATES ARMV.obIt-Wl,M. .4, men, between the age* of 11 and ? yours pay.mlom, clothing ami medical MtondaS? AMdlcanw imwt be prepared io faruhb factory evidence ai to arc. character and ha\I f Apply at 11J1 Main street, WlifoUnc, v Vil jvlvi\v.n FOR RENT. ^011 RENT. ~ A largo store room row bclti* built on Main Tenth and Market ?tn-ct<. Will buw a tidxlrlh ofoveraqo int. a umiu UiiiioiillSS1: [bei whottof Ii profemd, bin u nensiwrr n S J bo divided luto etoro 10 mil. luquiwii JAMES L 1IAWI.KV, 'Cl N't. ll.U M;ini STOCKHOLDE RS'~M~E~ET \ N Gi~" QTOOKHOLDEKS' MEBTING ~ KJ Tim nockholderi of lb) Whwllni li tiiji,,. AMocmuoii win moi't in room No. j m y0 i v; Market stroll, CrauKle'a block, on Tuidw evening October l.J. [Mil, at 7 o'clock, to a.ly,,; by-law*, olcot n board of ?llrwtor* and ttaiuact Mich othw: bmlnOM iu? may come le lore th.^, Due* will o? rewired at thu m?v tlmeffi took or Information ai>r?ly todtberof the un designed: Tbotnn*O'lmcn, Jurae* II. Jouti K, Clator, John T. Cowl, \V. a. Hulw James McAdaiiH. li. E. Adama, O. W. Atklmon J. C. Hrady, N. W. Hook. W. II. Aiubr-o., ? l"' GENERAL NOTICES. VT0T1CE. ? The undersigned, having boon appointed nd. mJuistrntor or the estate of (ieorge ?i. Kumiaa deoenfcd, heroby notitles u!l peraons indebted to wild estato to call and make payments. and u!l who have claims against the satue will i.rescut theui to me, properly certified. for pavraerit. THOMAS O'iklEN*. Administrator of thocatate of Uco. u. llaanan deceased. k. m ' QITY TAX NOTICE. Office of the Cm* Gollzttob. 1 Public Bvilmno, 1 Whkelino, September it. ism. J Notice Is hereby given thai the City Taxes for J8U1 will bo din* and payable tit the offieo ? ( the City Collector, Public UuildiiK', Thursday, <v tolk-r 1,18-J1. ' ^ Porlon* paying nil of their 'axes on or belort the 1st day of November, 1801, will be entitled to a dUcouut of two per cent on >' ty tmes. The taxes on real catntc will bear Intern? from November 1, laid, ut the ratu of lu per lid; per annum uutil puld. JOHN A. WHITE. se!7 flty Co!h'<"or. FOR SALE. ~ gTOOKS FOR SALE. JO shores Bellnlrc Nail Mill. 10 fharcs Wheeling Urldce Co. 'jOfihnreM /Etna Iron and stool Co. 20 shares Wheeling left and Storago Co. 11'shares Fire and Murine Insurance Co. 16 shares l'eabody Insurance Co. 1 Hlmnt Fort Hfmrv Clnli. It S. IRWIN*, ao26 Broker. No. 24 Tirol it h ' trecL Stocks, bonds and heal TATE FOTT1SALE. 26 shares Street Knlhrny Co. 60 shares Wheeling Pottery Co. lOnhatesCojuucrclal Ban*. 25 shares Jciluram liwurnuceCa iO shares Warwick China Co. A ih roe-story Brick Building, 1207 and 128) Main itrco& THOMAS O'BRIEN. Broker. Tolophooo 4?19. N'o. 1H7# Main Street galoon rok salli Owing to tho death of iny Into partner. Wm. jiimiMiu, nccvasou, uio wiiooii is tor sate. ApI'V to iliu unaorslgued at 11& Murkct street SAMUEL LARNllAKT. Whecunq. AUOCTT 59. 38'R. uu.'j LARGE LOT. eorncr Market nnd Twonty-fourtli "trectt; d> slrablofor manufacturing sito. SEVEN ACRES near Elm Grove; desirable for gardenia;. w. v. liouK ^ into.. deB 13W Market urect QLD AND KA1US VIOLDte FOR S75LB. Trof. Yaw bus left two very fluo old vlollai with us to dlspoffo of. One a copy of tho Strullvarins model, the other u Steiner inodol. Also u silver plated K Hut Cornel. iuade iiy II. Le^ nert. Tucso instruments are offered at bargains. jel F. W. UA U M KK .v U>. SALE OF VAUUABLE CITY l'KOF*. EKTV. I will wU at privuto *ile tho follow, lug property belonging to the cstute of K?wrt Campbell, deeeawa. to-wit: The Robert (junp* bell homestead, No. 11 Eolith Penn street; twj property occupied by Mr. J. R. Mol?\ ?"n"'r "J South 1'eim and Zane hired*: the \u>?t halt "f lot 40 In 1). Zanu's iiiblitiou on il?e north wdeol Virginia street, occupied by R. R. Hurt, <iriuci?t. South 1'eim street, occupied by Mr. Samuel Ulni; Iiouwj Nq. 'Js ou Niniu street. occupied by Mr. Charles J. Wulty, and Iioiiho No. ao on Kiwcstreol. occupied by Mr. John P. Smith. For price* mid terms apply at the oillec of Caldwell ?i Caldwell attorneys-at-law, over German Rank. Wheeling, W. Vft. ALFRED CALDWKIX. jylO Adminlstra:* ?r. BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE Forty-llvo BniMlnz Lots in Elckimtl Lijijiliurill's Addition to tJio I'ltjr uf Hurtln'i Ferry, Ohio. These loti aro part of twenty-one acres?on> half of the property known as tin.' old Xcwland estate?au<l aro plcAsuntlv situated on gently alopiuc ground: Rood natural drainaw; a commanding and pleasing view of tho city, its well as of Wheeling and tlie Ohio River. Tho location In cortninK* one of the choicest In tho city, not far from a large and eomiaodlotw school house, within a few minute.*' walk of tlie electric street car lino nearly completed, ami within tun minutes' walk of nostotllce. railroad station, ferry landing ami the Terminal Kailroad bridge and othor prominent points. These lots and building site* will resold on long and easy terms to Mill purchasers. For further particular* inquire ut otico of-J. T. HANI'S, or at ihe olflco of the UEL>IONT BREWING CO.. Martin'* Fern*, Ohio, or C. A. SCifAEFER ii CO.'S Real EoUtuOMce. Wheel I "3. W. Va. EXECUTOR'S SALE. EXECUTORS' SALE OF VALUABLE OIIIO COUNTY REAL ESTATE The tindersiuned cxeeutora of tho n?t?t?> KolxTfURRn, doceatcd, will oiler at pubiic sa.u, 011 the promises, on TUESDAY. OCTOBER 13. 1M1, commencing at 10 o'clock a. m.t the home farm of the said Kobert Olflln, Mtu-ited on the W'|?;ri uf Buttle Run. two mile* north of Point Milk on the Wheeling. Pittf-burgh A: Baltimore railroad, and ten milej>o<ot <?f Wheeling, In I!' ? r:y district. Ohio county, west > iixu?? ^ one hundred and seventy acres. moreor Huld farm will bo ?> a whole, or Htwo scparato tract*, of seventy nnu or.o ,l,lll ,ri1 acroi. an may l>e deemed fce.?t by thy oxei This is ouo of the nu?t productive farms n' neighborhood In which it l? iltustod. inon are two good frame houses on the Jarm. in haru.siatutM and other outbuilding. ~ apple orchard and other fruit-. I j c farta is wtu watered and about flftecu acres of tliuocr. Possession given April 1.K'-. TlWMS of Hai.k:?One-third of *ho purchnAJ monoy, mid a* much more as|h?Pu5T1J51^ elect to pay in cash on day of fan-, i n<-?11'' in two equal pavmentn of one and two >? with interest f>om April 1. i?tf. I'V'Snnd nuallv. The deferred payment! iole>ocurw by u deed of trust on tho property. , . Title to wild farm J* bal.oyi d to iV* For farther information, Ituj'ilro tors. At Valley Grove nnd Itonoy * ! ? nt- . V* ? * * DAM KL A. ?ir?N. wl7-inluw K??ut??. Executor's Sale. I will ofler for wlo at public n net I ?n. 011 ^ 5V '* nwwluy. the ;>oth day ot H'ptomt>er. lK)I,^^^ livery stable, corner Market and MM i ?u\ in tue city oi Wheeling- commend?w * j o'clock a. m.. H head of lumen,? cabs. I carriage, 2 buggies. 2 omnibus medloiw 1 large omnibus, 1 band or pl??lo *"gg 5 baggage wagnns, 2 large \r n,o??. i sleigh. several Jots of barncM. single ?nd?j and many other article* u?ua i> *yi,k llrcry a table. A1k> a lot o I furniture, iron ufeji, de?lu,be<l? and bedding. _ntIn? Terms or 8Ai.r.:-For oil pnrcbM** ?n??".iu< tofSO orli**ca*b. for all .purcha m ^ jfiO a credit o( three month* will bo gin? j purchaser giving negotiablejjjjjj*1$& *aeaity' Fxccutor of Thomas 1'. ?) n'1 #.JOB'WORK'* NEATLY AND PROMPTLY KXHClT-w AT TUIS INTELLIGENCES Wli IWO**