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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - November 1, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas 2 '���ICHISBOM l�AILY NEWS: THE CIRCOIT-RIDEE. mlnlfloonooB of a Mothodist Pm-iBldina: Eider. jA� TRt�r�ftMnff Typt� oT Cliarftctor ThM 1 Ma* AH Bat I'NMeil Awrt-Jajtr �nd Trial* or thn l>lii*f>inlij:ttnr of Kftllgmn IMrty T�nn� Air. "Tho Methodist, proaehor of m-day, *tandinfy in bin costly br-uudcloih 1" a 'Una church, pr-fuiohlng to a largo and fwoll-dressod congregation, ir. ft far dif-ioront personage from tho Methodist jGlrault-rldnro of forty years ago," su(d Rov. 0. G. Trusdnll, presiding elder of itbo Chicago district, as ho leaned hick bin coin f or tab] o nnrwbair and fell jlftto n reminiscent strain of vhought, to ft Chicago Evonlng Nows reporter. "When I look back to the old days," lOOntltiuod divine, "mini recall Ilia [Incidents that bo foil mo when, m; a iyoung mwi, 1 was a eirr.uH-rider, it iWsoma as If thoy wero :r>rriV>ly bard [tlmOH. Yot when I was a i:ir�:uit,-riili>r I jfiid not much mind it, and I suppose 1 lOndured as ma.ny hardship* as tho '..vevaso circuit-rider, looking Kick U> 'thoso days tlioy seem Mtrange enough, >and a listener hearing of the trial:* of a ;clratilt-rider would naturally say that !hls was a hard lot- Well, perhaps It twos; hut alter all they worn fulfilling ithcir duty und their aim was a Miliar cno tiian many who have e-.oder times. "A circuit-rider was distinguished ,froin a stationed prnaelier by having 'two or moro appointmenu to lill, v.-houi-�� tho regular preacher wa". . ta'aor.ed at somo t>Iho� where,there is a rjongrega-itiou Bufilcinntly larg-n to ..'qiiir' ali jh\6 t^mQ and Ouergles In Looking after Tit. But a circuit-ridor was ft Methe Wat ."preacher who, taking tho word >-.? Mod iunder bin arm, v.ould ti;:>u"L tan sly l*tood and ride from pb*_;; ;r. M.. ereuh, (preaching to t.!io farmoii vho ;ful'\ered to hoar hint. llo often preached every day in tho v/oeL, iwj porlisp . -.Iirca times on Sunday. It v.v.y v :i.ic :inmoi. thing for Methodist t-.kiors to havo a 200-mtlo olrcatt, with ; .v.haps a doien appointment*1 So you soo tboj jnovor had a momont'a leisure, but mado ilbolrhoraeH whoro l1 '., �Marshall and Story counties. 1 h:-d from iftlx to ton appointments, und yor. may Ireat assured I was he?  bu:�y. 17!yt'ry (Sunday in tho ^Ra>: ! j:ro-".ohc.' 'r.brr-.' tilmos-mornh:;*', aftoraoon ".:iu oycuiiiy J-and ofttimnn during ti-.j .vo1'- i would (^ot up e.'irly Sundr:y Tnurni.j' i.iu*, i�ftor oaUnK my ">rvakfaai ud soo-jlng that my hor^o v;ar-> propo;�];.� d::r'!u ilor, Btart off for n;- f'rsi ton or Uftoen. mUc; jtny Biblo with : u, imerrily along ovor .h;; v. Winging: ^o myscH .\n. iBalutation.-i with tv:t �root on th� i'uoaI. w'nuv1. I filrst appointment, *-vhioh jO'olook, 1 would KLnor.illy fund thon tn.k-� my dinnc:-:mor*3 Louao. And r-h, :.l would turn o-'i o.i U astray a., ttiough addressed to a city unprovided with directions as to street and number. At tho present, rimo fi.i'il persons Uvo in till;) iintoi*nh.iil.'Tin/r, ixil pay  i" ATI iLL W.N'J. ' P ane; .-vied and v.-i it:-;; ro.. ..' �ehan'* i,;.'-)pU; I ! rbo.i ;.ob". liootoii Oraffelltn Uall th� lt��p- j |iaarai;cu of thw Grip with I>elletit. j ' iV! on thr- i::hjtlutantP. I Whtiu this I-. (.!�:� , v miu'i;; GM-i/.^ 1 Jo:;.rn:*l ijorrt.. ,jO,- lout, I I-i*�-� .'.iseov-ere'l that at least two olassej: lo not feel real over '.ho anno?uiQ0r:ent recently made !n h.auiu^ medio..! journals that tho "grip"' :ft Aiinost cortoVn '.j r^'..^:r: ;,hin �?oui:ti,y *Li make uvrelies f\nv. l./iprovo cti r^rnodit �..h:-:i: e-iU po-c- r.ieoid in �'jei.ieai 'i.ur'ra, betioni'? :i blessing1 '0 people in ui'to" y.ars." My druggist was visited. Ac r dd: "Oh, I cm not sur-pri: 2'\.' ''TJ.>i. iiotbii:^ vory sorioub fibou. ir :.:;,�'*.,-ay. And!:, 1; hnlp-: bu-dne." � '-.o.-idnrf.ilij." "t'liii las*, ox- Onl. ion Vii..; ;k doutot' vouh 1 1 J-JOTliO .r i 1 ' �- .;id -ho man, welcome that " iscomtorts of (�nd gave him a rou.inr ihoJt did away with 'he ono'e lonj? journoy. "Aftor a ;;ood auhsl ;;;.L j% *omo farmer's I woulu nnt: jj:. . ;;ah) n:.^ Side to my next plaoe, I '�-ould nru^eh hero in tho aftov\oo:', i1. iiiazi vide t.. jtho next place ut:u p^eacl: ^heui ..'in'. 'Jiight. TliQii I'd i-.Uy -J� jaomo farmorV. aii'l thn �omplole my �-.irouit Too :wayB uacd mc, -.voU-3 "nulio' iways did -'.so^: jivherovor I stopped T wa-jgotting tho best tho hou | ad^u^j-h't Sliicai th.; ( l3rii-;ied l." u ilmi^ir l n:e-, 'Ivin; vi-i. of four nioi'.i bt:lld bu i st:e i: i: -�doa �a:;o o: had a . - . ki'as !i:jhin(,* lav. [ eoratruo tho rotuui "'jle,,;inr;," ^nd o: lv , !'. "iiclps b-iriiiess." ... � loati' ued I \Vsido v/horo 11 ":.ufrincF^ wliic:. g'-it at ?orning lo al- o- . a- 1 .veli, .aid '\\ays suro cT could ailorj.. , f-: ro/r.-J .ow, ^urlr.p; t'.ie l,|,-'l."' '-t- C''j.lca�i.\ L to aup,_'c j -v*. -..vit!: a.iotlior i. ti-.u -;e�hy ^.".gv.-,. vh:^ "buitl-TifS'-"-:jvi:-f; i*. u,?1vlLJf, II Iif^ Ih r.-o:'t-gag':, a*.i' ';*iy .inoth :r r.orTiyr I :t, (�� t.iu: "You h1 jusi yi'.; uj Vi'lii;;^Vi.i ,v:;s oruevod, and charge what you wished, and there \va8 no kicking.: iUVENIL. QtJNnt->-Mt-N. [It was thoso littlo things 'hat mado Tie 'forget tho hard and uisagroablo part c! jmy work. Pi�r it way bard :;r.d d!3agroo-ftblo, there ir, no uao in doayini, that. I (Would liko to ueo uorac of tho i.-inls* ctn I -Of to-day riding ovor all kind;.' ot : oads, ' ilu all ktnd.'i rf weat^e:-. r.voH;.;; SfchrougL rain, mow and ::'.0f.:: ...rhaps iwith garmeuta .soaked ..oae.i; li.vitj.-jznlng oroukn and putting up with hard faro; preaching in a misoraMo little .BObool-house. >r ir. thv. (\:m :.\;- c: :i. 'somo farmer*!' dv/olUufi. > ,,AclriiuitrvldovdUn*,J .. ;vL\� HullalaK Nonr Vleuui* t* Will oh S.lta I'nupla I.lvn. Every American, European and Oriental country baa iUssoorosoT public and private mansions, yot Vienna, Austria, bftB tho giant of thorn all. Tho l�>oi-baus (troo houso), situated In Wiodon, a �uburb of tho city jimt mentioned, is the moat spacioua building on tho g-Iobo. Within its walla a wbolo city of human �"beluga livo and work, sleep and oat. It ieontains in .all between 1L200 and 1.690 A r-t^gejd Htd ur.-h'u hobbl'\l a^.Li^s City Uall Park yesterdayaftor,'.co;i with ono of hia toot rudely bandaged with B0ID9 dirty clotli cayQ tho Zt� -v York ViQr'.j., He /lu'1- bavc":/;.. h'o ill ju:-l.1 lot1, ih'jiiTound.ajid for t* crutch Lo lai. a i.-raom-:- tick. To Oi'Q on'1, of it ho h'if1. na*-.;d .� }.le �l ".!!.'� 1 '! j ;".t: elderly passing iwu' nsked Lor nies. x\\\-\ 'o/mfre tbo op'.Ol of ./.r b'Oi^.-. '^ir-Jt\ ::it tvris. ailoltod to for.? o* the Ohio :;o\- \ Tior;, Mar1 a fa.,t to tbo � rating outs'.',.o j tvoro a uit rf rope and ctrlj* of blankets, . along which to descend. Our room was j immediately over that, cf tho jailer } i: i iduepUv; ^itwily, ..ud beneath onr [ cnotiing a v/indo.v, .-hlch each man \ 'must ;>as i i'i hi.-, Accent At elovon I sV'Jck t!;0 'j:couus began. Tho first' maw was parsed through tho bars amid j upfA-O'se1. bur* \;uis,v*-i�.*.- OuuUo".:�, ilia boot:; . pro handed si vie- M... * bavci^: v\ j.1jo rot of us, pr^.iin-- our fn.coa to tr-.. i o ,ty ;;rntbi; , Jstoned breathlessly ic the success -M be move* v\o'.n v'o cou'.d ..o longer sec Suddenly lb*?:"v-..1 ;i crash, and ii, 'he ml.Si. of inrttei'ings of an^r w - isnatched ir. the i*ag* n;iL' resto: o \ '.'v.: nioc > jt -peting U its plr /j o.itsi1 tbe 0:-: j pione^i:: bed \-urt his han-.i against t,-j  r..:ig!: s:o:u r, ;.nd, ilDi::;do;ing Ir. i,jid-| ,ii:", bad dnshed h: 1-:^ tbro^^.!. n^1-. :i'.C\' ^ia;-:;' of *J;j wi:ido\v Lele;-". ( "At dayligl r v; , v,-naj r. \v;,*:onc". Vy [ .]��*:-\v' ;e o" *.Ti.Js idm -.^ tho '.iulv v- ' 'bo i.;.':. 'Who go ^ ut las. ...^ht; \ 'Wclty.' "-Veil, yon was locl.j you didn't Jill pap wouldn't 'a' z' opped you. T- , ou'll keen tl xncealed until it- light wo'l: �oi y-u -.11 o"t.' Tl-r-seorof, of tbo oxtrcuiL kindness � u? "�lo^pei 3 v.t.s explained. Tho jailer, a loj'iii'.st., : cti.i'.-j.i r.i;-t.3jiticn n=" a ei .'u dotr.i!, tVu.-; ,-rotc:tinf� himso'f rm�;�jii* Iro^r: cc:iHc:'intlor:. '.Vclty hat*, oeon tikon in t?r night bj;iore, hiii bruises bad fc^e-n anointed, atd :ir " ^22r\ :;1;ovisi^"iou fo" t!'-'1 jou-'D-^.. ( '".Vo ape.i- iQ'j cvy rcpuiL-I ^uv clothing *'.nd preparing lor thu road. My lon^-h: elod cow-hides, 'wifo's sbooa,' Zo: which .1 h".d oxchangod a uniform waistcoat v.-ith a cotton-woolcd old darky on the banks of the Saluda, woro about parting soles �:'�)m uppers, and L kept �*hi twain tcjo.he*- vv winding n.y foot tvith , ttt.t etcdo. At � upp^.' ;.u extra ratio-1 *vas Kjiven n aj tc^rjnsUwas d'irU tbo ild jailer ftppcr.rad r.mei.if a-iit�(1 zzw'i uh a irir-uto defiription cf the .MiTere:;- lur.ding wes' the -.uQuntainu, .vurning us of certain danger:-,. At eleven o'clock Miss Emma oarro v/.Uh thn great keys, and wo fol-lnv_d 'i,"!.- i : single Vq -'o vi 'itr.ira urd i-ut iv.K- th.i hr-i'.; ^a'.u ^ '^b-. vVom ,hu broken g.-atinga in front, tho bit 01 ropt and strips of blr.nke: v/cro '0: d:.n",Bn[: i:i tho -vin^.' 9 Bank Now Fov the an hospitable jailer. Stirring Adventure of a X*arty of Co.too., rrliiuuera la tha Sntitli. From a stirring article of adventure, "A Hard Road to Travel out of Dixie,*1' by Lieutenant W. 11. Sheltou in the Century, wo quote tho following: "At Qreeuvillo wo woro lodged In the' county jail to await tho roconstruotlon of railway bridgeT, �*hon wo wero to bo transported to Columbia. Tho jail waa a Btono Hlructuro, two stories in height, with halls tfirough the ooutor on both floors and square rooms on ouch aide. The loek was turned on our littlo party of six in ono of theao upper rooms, having two grated windows looking down on tho walk. Through tho door which opened on tho hall a squaro hole was cut- 11a high us one's faco and largo onou;?h to admit tho passago of a plato. Asido from tho rigor of our oonfinornonfc wo wero treated with marked kindnosa. Wo. bad scarcely walked about our dun-ffoon. before tho jallor'fideuj:htors wore to Hid Cotitrudc- Diring the revolutionary war la America, t'.vo i-oldiers of th'"1 array Lord CornwalHs wont into n house and troat-td tho Jmnates in a most shameful manner. A third Boldior mot them coming out and recognized them. Ho was in no way to blame, hut slnoo ho de-olinodtogivo up tho names of his comrades, ho waa sentenced to tbo punishment tboy had Incurred. Lord Cora-wallls rode up to him when on tbo gallows. "Campbell," he said, "what a fool you aro to die thnal Give up their namoai'1 "You aro in an enemy's country, my Lord," was tftie find reply, "and you can bettersparo one man than two." And he was hanged. -A young woman of Paris has Invented a now method of robbery, which sho has carried on with a good deal of success for several wooks past Wearing a traveling dross, with a traveling bag in her ^tand, sho waited about the Btationa, na if sho wore qu to new to Paris and did not know whore to go. It constantly happened that gentlemen took pity on hor and proposed to take her to a hotel. On arrivingattho hotel, tbo gontleruan, of course, demanded to bo shown rooms. Tho young woman stopped down stairs, and before he returned had jumped into tho cab vvith thogontloman's 1 uggago and driven away. _ Thn Chuinplmi Oflloo-llonlnr. James Lawronson, of Baltimore, who died a short time since, had a phenomenal rocord aa an employe of tho United K tales Govern mon t Kor Bevonty-one years, with hardly a break, he was in tho postal Hurviuo, und lor fifty-acvoa yours he held the same pomtion. He administered tho 0.1th of oilloo to every FostmasloiMieneral smeo tho administration of President Andrew Jackson. "Judge" Lawronson waa eight)*-sovon yenra of age, having entered the service when a buy of sixteen, lie cont nue-d to reside In Baltimore notwithstanding his employment in Washington, and made the journey of eighty miles to and fro for fifty years. Notwithstanding bis ago ho kopt actively at work, and made thoao trips dally until prostrated by sickness last February. - Meohanloai, News. We. M Nev ill 1 L udii ur n ;