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bland Daily Arg-tj.
VOL. XXXIX, NO. 139
KOCK ISLAND, THURSDAY, APIUL 2 1S91.
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LAW IN MARYLAND.
A Case of Eviction According
This being our first Spring Opening, we will offer a new and novel inducement
and will have a great surprise for all to commemorate the occasion. Call and
learn particulars. Remember the date, SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1891.
The long looked for and anxiously expected
LONDON CLOTHING COMPANY.
TOSSED OUT 15 A POUEISO RAM.
la llatttasar f IT Mr Ik Crui
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V A Warea-Hearled Kifrw
saae C er4 The Cm .labia Catc
It All M4r.
IUtTtnoun, ill, April 1 No tadJer
friction ever occurred in Ireland than
tbe one that stirred up tbe indignation of
tbe house-keepers on Srlnia Plao ber
Tuesday, la a pouring rain an unfortu
nate young woman waa turned out Into
Ibe street, holding to ber breast a J-montha-cld
infant, while lb constable!
vera trowing ber scanty f urniiur from
tie windowa and buodLng it Into wag
on. TLia was doae at lb instance of
Charles J. Be a a parte, a grand nephew of
Napoleon L, and oa of tL wealthiest
men in I he cur. Mr. Itoospart ia tb
owner of Ibe ground rent of tbe lot on
which U (be dwelling occupied ty Mrs.
College, an Lonest washerwoman, and ber
soo-in-law and Lis wife.
Aa Oatrageaae hi at at.
According to t !e law tbe owner of a
ground rent nee J not proceed against bis
lessee, tbe owner of tbe bousr. for arrears,
but may distrain immediately upon lLa
effect of tbe tenants who, briber they
are in arrears .r not for their rent, tnut
Lk for tbeir recourse to their Landlord.
It happens! tbat in this case Mr. Philbia,
tbe Luu-e cwner, was in arrears for oos
year' cr und rent, amount :ng to Mi. Mrs.
College owed Mr. I'bilbin but on month's
f-ux, which was awaiting bis cotutng.
Tut-dsjr afternoon, while Mrs. College
an i ber Mn-iu la w were at work. Constable
W ooi.nl arrived with a distrain warrant.
Aa lajlgaaat ri(feb.rlia.
No one was at Lome but the young wile '
anl her babe, and the constable be
gan taking up tbe carets and pulling out
the furniture, which two colored men
quickly atowed away in their wagons.
Htr prayers for indulgence falling, tbe
young mother tiegan to acream and aooa
tbe boue was aurrounded with enraged
and indignant men and women, who
shouted fonh imprecations upon tbe
Leal of all connected with the affair.
One of, tbe women ran into tbe kitchen
and gave tbe stove a good raking, which
aooa brought it up to a red beat. The
constable made several efforts to take it,
but finally gave it up. Another woman
threw herself upon the feather bed and
dared the constable to touch Ler. II de
fritted, and tbe cook store and the feather
bed were all that was left in tbe bouse.
Cave the stable a attack Ere.
In tbe meanwhile Mrs. College returned
an lending all berthings on tbe street
went at tbe constable w nh ber fists and
gire him a black eye before she could be
pulled off. Tbe to w agons not being
sufficient for tbe furniture. third was
called. This was driven Irs bite man
who, upon arcing the young woman
standing iu tLe rain and cry lag
a though brr be art would break,
cracked Lis whip and drove off. saying:
This i uo j .b lur me. I've got a wile
and children myself." Tbe crowd gave
Lim three cheer. Tbe mayor, to whom
the matter waa presented, declared that'
lie would dismiss tbe constable if the story
tol l to Lim proved to be true.
A I'rrscr ipHmm far the Cirisv.
Chicago, Aprils. Sir Mortimer Gran
ville, a distinguished Eoglisb physician,
and an authority on La grippe, yesterday
cabled to the health authorities in il.u
city the following from London: "Dr.
Mortimer uranville bea-i Chicajro t.h val
ebant to try fir grains of camphor in
twenty minims tincture of iodine ia a
drachm each of glycerine and arm p.
Give frequently for influenaa with alroog
meat juice ana use no antiprrtne." The
Chicago health authorities gire tbe pre
acription for publication witaout iodor.
rayiaewla at rrstws AgearJa.
Wakuisctos Crrr. Apnl 2 By an
order isaued by fien. Noble yea'.erday, be
ginning July I neat pension payment at
airencr cities will ba made u fJInn.
Julr 4. Oct. 4. Jan. 4. and Ar.nl 4r-hl-
cago, Ies Moines. Buffalo. Coocord. Mil
waukee, ana l-ituourg. Aug. 4. Nor. ,
Vih. i, and May Indiaaapolia, Louia
Ville. Tonrka. Philadelphia KbathIU
and New York. Sepc 4. Dec. 4, March I,
ana June li urn bus. Washington City,
jMstou. Lieiroii, Augusta (Me.), and San
Kagar Drop. Two Coats a "-ill
New York. AorilS. Tka tHri.
which went into a-ffM. rHiili,
considerable agitation among wholesale
grocers. Sugar went down two ccata on
K .. . 1 ll . . ... . ...
Avuui w u new taw, dqs ioe great cil
flculty now with wholeaal grocers i to
obtain a aupply. on accouat of tb Unite!
State custom authorities not detailing a
sufficient number of clerk to get the
eugar ia bond ready for delivery.
ailacald ta Hie Owa Defaaae.
Waajiisctom CtTT. April S.-Defendaat
Kincaid vesterdav teatifled in bia ova Am-
fenaa. II gave a detailed accouat of tba
lata Its and assault ba had rrivA rmn
Tanlbee. Ilia account of the aborting
did not differ material y front that given
ny previous witness, and na eiaiwf
that be thouf htTanlhe was intending to
shoot him and fifvd bacaaaa ba UimrVi t
was bia life or Taulbaa'a.
tgt ltl la aticaitgaa,
LAkAlaC, Mich.. April X Tba nanata
yesUrday faasad lb Sharp bill, wbick
doe away snt tb a pacific taxation of
iron and coooer mine and rsseiM iv.
they ahall ba tazad In lb aam wiannrr na
otuer property; aUao tla bill prohiUUng
wBiatavwra, jougve Sua SUA Ot2Urs from
Using railway paaaoa. Tb bona paaasd tb
bill providlag for Lb aUction of aiectors
nocKTiLLC. lad. April S-Weyaaarc.
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