The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on May 12, 1892 · Page 3
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Hutchinson, Kansas
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Thursday, May 12, 1892
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HUTCHINSON DAILY NEWS, THURSDAY, MAY 12,1892. STERN FOES OF EVIL. well satisfied tl)&t C LAIR ETTE S OAP Is 1l ]e BEST LAUNORYSOAP iijtrje World &nd 1 use it in *JI my v/whiiEf a.ndclewiin^i* ^"oNLy^y ALL QR, - ANR ' EN * ,IKVMM N.K.FAIRBANK&CO. ST. LOJIS. ?0c ERS KEEP IT. 4 \/ERy /Qui? Hutchinson, Kansas, The only manufacturers of West of New York. Guaranteed not to Harden in any Climate. THE EIGHTEEN BISHOPS, OF THE METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. OUR \ WESTERN, xv JL v JiirttsujiLi, DIAMOND, NEW YORK. DAIRY SALT. We guarantee our Dairy Salt equal to either? the 'Ashton or Higgins Imported salt in every respect. Give it a trial and you i will ceretaiuly agree with us. HP S. V. P. TABLE SALT. ABk jour grocer for it. It will suit you, II «»C(lU *IHni !V .1THTHE0E0aBAPIHOrTHI30OUHTBywiLLOBT*» MUCH VALUABLE 1NF0RUATI0N FROM A 8TU0» OF THIS HAP OF THE P KIRK'S CMcap f Roct Islanfl & Pacific Ry. ( The Direct Bouto to and from CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND, DAVBNPOBT, DES MOINES, COUNCIL BLUFFS, OMAHA. 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Specially Adapted for Use in Hard Watt* Skultei Via The Albert Lea Route, Vrfimeawil Chair <rVs .press Ttalns dally between Chicago and lis and St Paul, with THROUGH Reclining • FREE, to and from thon points and Kani City.' Through Chair Car and Sleeper between Peoria, Spirit Lake and Sioux Pain via Rock Island. The Favorite Line to Watertown, Sloua Falls, the Summer Resorts aod Hunting and Fishing Ground! of the Northwest. For Tickets. Maps, Foldera. or desired Information apply to any Coupon Ticket Office, or addrau K. ST. JOHN,' JOHN SEBASTIAN, Owl Manager, Gen'lTkLdtPasa. Agt. > CURB , 'YOURSELF! _ rGleet .WhltoM.spcrmatorrhcBaS for nay mmatun.1 discharge aalt* fyour druggist (or a bottle ol JUIR O. H cures in a lew days •without tho nld or publicity of a • doctor. Ncn-polsonous and lpuurnntepd not to stricture. 1 Tho Universal American Cure. Manufactured by v The Evans Chemical 0o.| CINCINNATI, O. u. •.,». Bore, Prornpt, Feature Owe for Impotmot, Lott of Mm***, Stmlmal Emlulont, Spirmatarrt**, Nuumuuu, StlfDIttruit, Lou of Hemorg. Mo. Will rnako mm a 8RRMM, r7«i- eu, afu. Mae $1.00. • Soxtl, Is 00. a—1*1 Urjetkmt Huh* mltk lanWlMaMlOe., .. sttsuaaaAaa. •T.bQUM, nkN(t Skctcrir.* of t!ir. Who Have Cli.irjj;'.- of AsTalra In the Sonth nntl West—Men of Plc&y, Learning- ami Executive Ability. It ia something worthy of note in connection with tho history of the ilcthu- Aisfe church in America that no ureal li uf scrndal or suspicion haB ever tainted the good repute of any one of the eighteen living bishops who, personally or in spirit, take part in this year's quadrori- nial conference of the mighty organization which owes its origin to the Wes- leys. Of them it can well be said that they have fought the good fight and kept the faith. All lands and all sections of the United States know tho power and zeal with which these men have prosecuted the never ending fight against the Prince of the Powers of Darkness. Foster, Ani. d r e w s, Foss, % Hurst, Walden, Vincent and Joyce are names familiar to every observer of religious progress in America, and the BISHOP BOWMAN. D . AME3 ° F * H ° ' sionary bishops, Taylor and Thoburn, might almost bo termed household words in Asia and Africa. The other nine can bo distinctively called representatives of the west and south. In this latter list Thomas Bowman, of St. Louis, leads by reason of yeare and service. Born seventy-five years ago at Berwick, Pa., ho has spent his whole manhood life as a preacher of the Gospel or as a teacher of tho religious doctrines which he advocates. Indeed, it may be said that his career has been one of varied activity and BISHOP MERRILL, uninterrupted usefulness. Outside of the pulpit he has displayed his splendid talents as professor of Dickinson seminary at Williamsport, Pa„ as president of Indiana Asbury university, as a delegate to the British Wesleyan conference in 1864 and as chaplain to the United States senate. He attained the episcopate in 1872, Next on the list in point of continuity of service comes Stephen M. Merrill, of Chicago, who was born at Mount Pleasant, O., in 1835. Like Bowman he entered tho ministry almost at tho time of reaching his majority. H-;, too, is an Indiana Asbury university man, and his labors as editor of The Western Christian Advocate have been highly commended. He became a bishop in 1872. Bishop John P. Newman, of Omaha, is known of nil men as tho friend and pastor of General Grant. Ho was born in New York city in 1820 and entered the ministry in 1848. After an exceedingly active career as a preacher, organizer of churches and editor of c religious paper he went to Wash ington in 1809, and there gained much fame as u pulpit orator. He Bishop William X. Ninde, of Topeka, eras born in Cortlandville, N. Y., sixty years ago, and completed his courso %t Wesleyan university in 1855. Since then his ministerial record has been one of constant progress, and prior to his elevation to tho episcopato ho gained fame, first as a professor and afterward president of the Garrett Biblical institute. BiBhop Charles Henry Fowler, whoso episcopal residonco is at San Francisco, may be numbered among what it is not Improper to term the yonng leaders o? Methodism. He has yet to see his fifty- fifth birthday, and is as active In all good workB as tho most vigorous and enthusiastic oi his col- locguos. Although a native of Canada, lie has spent nearly th# whole of his life in the United States. He received an excellent general education and intended to become BISHOP NINDE . a lawyer, but while arranging to enter that profession was converted, and thereafter turned his talents to the ministry. He is well remembered in Chicago as pastor of several prominent churches, as president of the Northwestern university at Evanston, and ns editor of The Christian Advocate. In the thirty odd years of his connection with Methodism ho has established a reputation for eloquence, ability and zeal that, to say the least, is enviable. Bishop James N. Fitzgerald, of Minneapolis, is now about fifty-five years of ago, and is a na ADVICE TO WOHEH If you would protect yourself from Painful, Profuse, Scanty, Suppressed or Irregular Menstruation you must use BRADFIELD'S FEMALE REGULATOR 1 „. ,„ Ca.RT»BSvn,i,it, April SO. 1888. TWewiU certify that two members of my immediate family, after havirut suffered for are from olenMrual Si-regularlsy. ling treated without benefit by physicians' were at length completely cured by one bottle of BriidBeid'. Female HoBiisatarTlti effect la truly wonderful. J. W. STBANOE. Book to •• W05IAN •• moiled FREE, which contains valuable Information on all femalo diseases. BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.. ATLANTA, OA. FOB SALE KIT jouvaaxaxa. MANHOOD RESTORED. •SANATIVO." the Wonderful Spanish Remedy, U sold with a Written guarantee to euro all Nervous Diseases, such as Weak Memory, Loss of Brain Power, Headache, Wakefulness, Lost Manhood, Nerrouroeas, Lassitude, all drains' and IOBS of power of the Generative Organs In either eez, caused by ire erer-eierUnn, youthful Indiscretions, or the era ase of tobacco, opium, or stimulants, which uKlmaloly lead to InSralty, Consumption and Insanity. Put up In convenient form to carry In the vest pocket. Price H a package, or< for tS. With every «5 order we giire- wrlttan auarentae) to cure or refund «h- E onei. ^ent by mall to any add toss. Circular free plain envelope. Mention this paper. Address. MADRID OHEHMML CO., Branch OBce tor U. S. A. K» TMrboraBtreet. CHICAGO. ILL. FOR SALR IN HUTCHINSON KAS B V A. ]. Baomhardt, I>ru|gUt, one door north of Saota Fa HotaT a BISHOP NEWMAN. was three times elected chaplain of the senate, and in the closing days of 1878 was appointed inspector of United States consulates by President Grant. This gave him an opportunity to visit the principal civilized countries of the world, and he has embodied the results of his travels in a book entitled "Thrones and Palaces of Babylon and Nineveh." BiBhop Newman has a com inanding presence. He iv over six feet tall, enjoys perfect health, and can look back upon his forty-five years of ministerial activity as a time during which he has experienced much good, fortune and few disappointments. BiBhop Francis Willard Mallalien, of New Orleans, was born at Sutton, Mass., in 1828, and entered the ministry somewhat later in life than did his colleagues, receiving his first appointment from the New England, conference whei thirty years of' age. He has wide repute as an eloquent divine, and exercises a large BISHOP MALLAX.IEU. influence at conferences because of his persuasiveness, eloquence and general knowledge of ohurch laws and discipline. Henry White Warren, of Denver, like the bishop of »New Orleans, is a nativ of Massachusetts, where he first saw the light in 1831, He is a man of imposing pres ence and great ability. After graduating at Wesleyan uni versity, in 1853, he did some ex cellent work as teacher of natur al science and an cient languages, and in 1 83o attained to the rank of bishop. He has visited the orient, and in addition to a book of travels has pub- Ushed a standard work on astronomy, BISHOP WAHKEN. tive of Nowark, N. J. He studied at Princeton, and decided upon the law as his calling for life, but, like Bishop Fowler, upon conversion he abandoned the courtroom for the pulpit. In 1804 he was ordained deacon, soon afterward rose to the position of BISHOP FOWLEB. presiding elder of tho Newark district, later on was honored with appointment to tho secretaryship of the General Missionary society, and finally attained the place he now adorns. Bishop Daniel A. Goodsell, of Fort Worth, Tex., was born at Newburg, N. y., in 1840, and became a Methodist preacher at the remarkably early age of ninoteen. Much of his work has been of a literary order, and he has been editor of Tho Christian Advocate and of Tho Zion Herald. He the son of that famous minister, Rev. Buel Goodsell, and is very popular both in and out of the pulpit. A story is told to tho effect that when he held a Connecticut pastorate he was also a member of tho Stamford Bluofish club. Tho club spent many days during tho Bummer time angling on the sound, and Dr. Goodsell was annually honored with election to the post of foghorn blower. It was his duty during thick weather to stand on tho bow of the vessel and toot a big tin horn to warn away any craft that came dangerously near, It is a notable fact that all the living bishops of the Methodist church, with here and there an exception, began their ministerial activity early in life. Of tho nine more particularly mentioned in this article, Goodsell was the youngest to enter tho pulpit, being, as before noted, but nineteen years of age when he preached his first sermon. Merrill twenty-one, HUTCHINSON STOCK YARDS CO., Are Doing a General Yard-Business. Ample accommodation for cattle, hogs and sheep. This company's yatds have direct connection with all railroads running into Hutchinson — five roads. AS A STOCKER AND FEEDER MARKET theBO yards offer superior inducements. Best distributing point in the west. All parties wanting stackers and feeders should try this market. Information furnished upon Application. BENJ, W. LAPP, General Manager, BISHOP FITZQERALD. BISHOP GOODSELL. and Bowman and Newman twenty-two. Warron, Ninde and Fowler began to display their powers at twenty-four. Fitzgerald was twenty-five when he assumed the sacred office, and Mallalien, although a devout follower of Wesley from his youth np.was thirty years of age when he preudied his first sermon as a regularly ordained minister. FRED C. DAYTON, CASTOR IA for Infants and Children. ikl aaenn adapted to cbMram thai 111 il iOf 11 a—d Its* superior to aay fawwmtome." H. A. Ancenra, a*. D„ ill a*. Oxford St, Eroektya, a T. "The rue of 'Caetotla'ta aeaareanMl aad tts merite so well known that It wean* a work of supererca^ctt toindotMls. raw are th*. Intelligent familiea who do arrt keep Caatoria withiceaey reach." New York City. , lata ra»a« MensnM*trials; Beformed Churok. OateriaeaaCMhhl _ BowBtoma^DiarrfcossvsVoctaktloa, KJUa Wortaa, firea atessa, aad praasa wilawStoJurlooat' "for aevM -al yeanII mar' Csurtoria,' and shall always oootinu do so as it jHsilBtarlabty produced baaeat naolta,* 1 Kownr.Paaaaa.ILaV, "The Wlnshrop, " ll»th 8 treat, Md »sa aVsay, •twTa *CBa> Tarn eamtm Oasrrasnr, Tf Mnamar enmm. GAMMON THE BABRER SALT BATHS. HOT OR COLD No. 20 North Main St. Open on Sunday 12 O'clock. COMPANY. Do all kinds of Transferring and Hauling. Especially Iron Safes and all kinds of machinery, being the oi " the necessary articles for the moving of heavy goods prepared only one in the city to move having Journalism In Japan. Constitutional government has had a remarkably beneficial effect on journal ism in Japan, for, while several years ago the papers there were few and far between, und very poor, it is a fact th: last year there were as many as 550 Japanese newspapers and other periodicals, and in the city of Tokio alone there were seventeen political dailies with a weekly circulation of over 1,000,000 copies, besides weekly and monthly publications devoted to progress, science, literature, the fine arts and social affairs. Japan, which is at once very ancient and ever youthful, has become ono of tho great newspaper reading countries of the world. We Pay Freight on Local or Car Lots and transfer it from any depot to any part of tho city at reasonable rates. YcarB of experience in boxing and moving enables us to move Pianos and Household Goods without the least injury. If you want to move your office or household goods we can do it better for you than anyone elsd and save you money. Storage Department. We hava the largest brick store room in the city for storing goods. Parties leaving the city can hajre their goods packed by us, stored away and shipped whenever desired. This is one of our specialties. We guarantee our work to be flrst-claBs in every respect and use tee utmost care. A reasonable price is all we ask and a trial will convince you that we are the best. Flour from Bananas. The cost of living ought to bo materially reduced in tropical countries by a recent discovery. A new use has been found for bananas, which will greatly add to the vulue of that fruit. In several places in Central American Hour is now being made from bananas, which under chemical analysis is found to contain more nutriment than rice, beans or corn. A manufactory on a large scale is being established at Port Iimon, Costa Rica, STOVE DEPARTMENT. We will take down your stoves, move thi:m and take all the nickel parts off, oil them, wrap them in paper, oil your pipe, wrap it in paper and store them for the Reason for the small sum of 82.50, the season ending December 1, 1892. This way of taking care of stoves makes them absolutely rust proof, and makes a small job for tho- man who cleans it. We do not polish Btoves, for that is out of our line of business. Hope you will give us a liberal patronage. Hutchinson Transfer and Storage Co., E. R. LOCK, MANAGER, Office and Barn, Second Ave, Ea t. Telephone No. 19. 0ZMANLIS] ORIENTAL SEXUAL PILLS

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