Hutchinson News, December 14, 1890, Page 8

Hutchinson News

December 14, 1890

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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - December 14, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas r 8 AFIIAIU civ A SPt.l r. �_HUTCH1NS"N DAIL1 NiJWS: SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBEB 14* 1890. Why Houtuern Alliance Met* am Opposed tu a ll;l�a Purl j. , .Iaoksosviu.k, Pla,, J.i.,;. 1H-The Timtt-Unitm to-morrow �ri>it � special from St. Auguntine, V . n which the charge la made that it Uv.i ;^.>a dU covered that there exists n >. � j>!-)! to una the Kutionnl Farmers' Ai iitu-� means fur promoting the u�im \ms we bill, hul voted for it In order to split the democracy of the anutb, whlnh iu well known to oppoee it. If the farmers of the south, most of whom are Democrats, could un kept to the support of tho bill, � then the desired split could bo produced, and thru was what woe done. Tho weBt orn and northwestern delegates who are oppoBel to i.ti* bill novartuolass vnMd for it in the hope of dividing the bourbon Democracy and will account to their constituents f'.T hnvitg oo voted by refer)lag to s divided Democracy in the south. Several (if these plotters have been plaoBd on record. For instance, President MtO.-atb, of the K'ins 13 AUIiauce, said in th'i presence of witnessed j eater-day: "We did not vtito forthn sub treasury bill b.icnuB'i v,'rt believed In it. The fact in, we are opposed to it, but wbbsw that by making it an inane in the Bouth we could break up the Democratic, party. This 1b the explanatlou we will give our oonsttuents when we get home," J. F. Willlts of Kansas, said: "We never did like the sub treasury bill, and have no confidence in it now, but we supported It at Ocalo, so as to divide the south and break up the bourbon Democracy. It appeiTB also that these sentiments have entrapped other delegates than those from the ultra-Republican west. With the southern Democracy divided the third party would have good chances for their national ticket in 1892. In this connection it is learned that ' the Reform Press Association proposes : to mould public opinion in every state toward the third party movement, A COSTLY IH.&ZK, Ttio Wholesale Clothing Homo or Hamoby & Co , Providence, Bnrned, PnoviDKscG, Dec. 18.-Fire broke out in tho wholesale olothlng store of the J. B� Bsirnnby company this afternoon. The company occupied tho Dorrance build inR, a four story structure. In spite of the efforts of the Are department the fire made rapid progress. The company employed 100 hands, many of them women, employed on the second and fourth floors. Fire escapes had been put on the building the early part of the week, and had it not been for them' there would doubtless have been groat loss of life. A3 it was some of the women were taken out in a fainting condition. One of the work women made a inistep and fell from the fire escape. Her clothing caught ou an iron projection which bruko her fall and Bhe dropped unhurt into the arras of a fire, man, who happened to be beneath. The west wall of tho building fell on the roof of an adjoining building and wrecked the workshop of tho Plymouth Rock Pants company, located in Its upper story. The east wall foil soon afterward and crashed down upon tho hook and lsdder truck Ho. 2. All but two of the company which manned the truck escaped. Onin Mowry had his right leg broken, and another fireman received a BBVero scalp wound. Th� following losses were mjatly insured to their full amount: Loss on buildinp, $75,000; J. B. Barnnby & Co, $400,000; (}. H. Taylor & Co, jeweler?, $10,000. Tho H. �T.Boot building was damaged $5,000 by falling walls, mea- hvbuavd v?a� j:sai,ov? Therefore Air*. l'leU a�j* Stic l>td Vlitnga (or Spite. Kansas City, Dec. ill.-Mrs, HeUle Flan, the wife of .j, P. Fiab, a miller at OttawB, Kan., who recently figured in a scajadal in which the Rev. je. O. Bosz of the First Methodist church was involved, appealed to the police this morning for protection, She pointed to an old man iu the union depot and told a policeman that he had uneu following her for two days, and that she wanted him arrested. The policeman questioned the Htranger abjut his oonduct He B�id he had been employed by Mr. Fish, the husband of the woman, to follow her. He was not arresteo, but advised not to bothor Mrs. Fieh. Speaking to a reporter, Mra. Fish said: "I believe Mr. Bosz ie a godly man, and I know that I have always lived true to my husband." The trial of Mr. Bosk by the First Methodist church acquitted and exonerated him of the charges preferred agatnat him, and of big own free will he resigned the pastorate and left the city, for I don't know where. My husband was jealous and probably I did things for spite that I would not have done had he not showed such a disposition." (Toar Peranne Killed by the ears. PniiADBU-uiA, Deo. 18.-The Timet' special from Bryant, Pa., says: Four parsons were killed and one fatally in. j ured to-day at the railway crossing here. A freight train had just passed and a atumbsr, of persona started to cross the track, when the New York express thun ' tiered down upon them. The following persouB were struck by the train and billed: Meal Mcllvane. Joseph Huesey. Hugh Dove. Joseph Johnston. John Mollrane was fatally injured, The guard at the crossing has been arrested fur careluesnesB for leaving the geteopen.____ Alula �u Assignment. MiNNvufOi.iB, Dec. IK.-A dispatch from Luverne sayti that the Iowa, Dakota and Minnesota Elevator company, operating a line of warehouses on the B, O. & N. railway, has assigned. The as-gala are not known; liabilities, $160,000. LHkri Vp In Default of Ball. PniWDawHU, Dec^ Ifc-^atOM 8, Damson, cashier of the broken Bank ot America, ugainst whom a yrairaot was  *ura ...|(tA Don't mils this elegant Sixteenth Century fjablnet Book Case for $14,00, $21.00 and$20.00 each. , V ' / ,'j An elegant Sixteenth Century Bedroom Sulte;<^r!ench Plate Mirror, size S0xB4,1 worth $55.00, for $R0.OO. V ; A 9-piece Bedroom Suite for $23 00. ! Pine Sixteenth Century Oak Side Board for $10x00. Oak Dining Table for $10.00. ( Large Rockers from 00c up. \ Call and see my New goods and get prices, and if you don't thinkl my prices are Lower than any other house ia th\e city jl wilj give you the best Parlor uite in ray stote free of charge. DcW't forget,the place. 315 N.Main. MRS,\ J KING. ;

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