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Hutchinson was one of the prominent business men of Southport arriving in the early forties. He had married the daughter of the Episcopal minister of the place and stood high in Southport society. It was in connection with this warehouse and the builder of it, C.
Hutchinson, that the most disgraceful event in the early history of Southport occurred. My father's account of it as recalled is this: Inwhen there was such a great yield of wheat, few of the farmers had granaries, and were, therefore, ready to accept Mr.
Hutchinson's proposition for storage in his new warehouse. Wagonload after wagonload was drawn to town; farmers from as far west as Walworth Country availed themselves of his offer. Receipts were given for the amount of grain delivered, and the pledge made that when navigation opened in the spring, the grain would be sold and the farmers paid the market price received.
From now on the name Kenosha will be used instead of Southport, for on January 26,a bill was passed by the legislature creating Kenosha County from a part of Racine County; and on February 7,another bill was passed changing the name of the place to Kenosha and incorporating it as a city.
There was great excitement over these events and much rejoicing. But Kenosha and all the near-by country was destined to become excited soon about another matter.
Farmers hastened to town to find the report true; their wheat was gone and gone also was Hutchinson with the money. Believing that the thief was secreted somewhere in Kenosha by his friends, it was with difficulty that a riot was averted.
When we think that the grain entrusted to this man was the first real promise of return for all the hard labor of these farmers, that upon it rested plans for improved homes and increased comforts, and, further, that it was a time of great money shortage with interest rates exhorbitantly high, it is not difficult to imagine the effect of this disaster not only upon the losers, but on the reputation of Kenosha.
Some of the farmers clung to the hope that although Hutchinson himself had fled to California, the Hutchinson firm could be held responsible for the money of which they had been defrauded, but after a lapse of time, the news came that this firm had failed, and then the storm really broke.
It seems that after the first emptying of the warehouse, there had been stored there a quantity of wheat that a certain buyer had purchased and paid for. This grain the desperate farmers determined to have and rushed to town armed major of Kenosha, and therefore, actively engaged in quieting the riot.
I quote again from the diary, under date of Saturday, April 6, A riotous disturbance at the ware house this morning. I was called upon to suppress it. Hutchinson, he having defrauded the farmer, etc.
There being a quantity of wheat new in the ware house, belonging to different individuals, those who have lost wheat claim to it by force Then follows an account in the diary of the events of that day, and of the following day, which was Sunday, April 7, A man from Ohio Court to take some 12, bu.
I found a crowd of some 2 or in front of the ware house It was this that farmers determined should not be done. It seems to me very probable that many of these thought that they were being deceived again, and disbelieved the statement of its ownership by others.
But things at the wharf didn't stop.
He was called from meeting, he says, and found the warehouse crowd doubled in number. The place was barricaded at his orders but it availed little.
The barricade was pulled down. The attackers were rendered still more desperate by the news that the United States marshal had sent to Milwaukee for a company of infantry to enforce the execution of the process. The streets were full of people earnestly discussing.
There was a great crowd of people The boat which had brought the soldiers on this unhappy errand and carried them back was commanded by Captain William Davison, of Buffalo, my uncle already mentioned.
He happened to be in the harbor at Milwaukee, and his vessel was requisitioned by the government to transport the soldiers. The questions very naturally suggested are:Show transcribed image text LO 2,3,4,5 Budgeting: comprehensive problem Judd's Reproductions makes reproduc- tions of antique tables and chairs and sells them through three sales outlets.
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