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bland Daily Argu
VOL. XXXIX. NO. 139
LAW IX 3LVHYLAND. j
A Case of Eviction According
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and will have a great surprise for all to commemorate the occasion. Call and
learn particulars. Remember the date, SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1891.
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The long looked for and anxiously expected
LONDON CLOTHING COMPANY.
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lULTMiocc. SIX, April 1. No sadder
erictioa ever occurred la Ireland tLaa
tbe one tbat stirred up tbe iad gnatioa of
the bouse-keeper on Nelma Place ber
Tuesday. In a pouring rain aa unfortu
nate young woman waa turned out into
the street, holding to ber breast a i-raontba-old
infant, while tbe coaetablea
were trowing ber acanty furniture from
tbe windowa and bundling It into wag
on. TLia ii dose at tbe instance of
Cbarles J. Bonaparte, a grand nephew of
Napoleon L, and one of tb wealthiest
men in tbe city. Mr. I loo a parte ia tbe
owner of I be ground rent of tba lot on
which ia Ibe dwelling occupied by Mra.
College, an honest washerwoman, and Ler
son-in-law and bit wife.
Aa Oalri(rM hiatal.
Accordiug to the law tba owner of av
ground re ut need not proceed agaioat bia
lease, tba owner of tbe boua?, for arreara,
but may distrain immediately upon LLe
effect tf tbe tenants, bo, whether they
are in arrears r not for tbeir rent, tnaM.
lli for tbeir recourse to tbeir Landlord.
It happened tbat in this case. Mr. Pbilbln,
tbe bou-e owner, m in nrrear for one
year's sit jund rent, amounting to Hi Mra.
College owed Mr. I'b 1 1 bin but one month'
tvnt. wLirh wa awaiting bie coming.
Tui-vlajr afternoon, while Mra. College
an i ber son-iu law were at work, Constable
UooJal arrived with a distrain warrant.
Am iBMliswaait Xlgkbrt4l.
No one was at Lome but tbe young wife
and her babe, aud tbe constable be
gan taking up the rarpeta aud pulling out
the furniture, which two colored men
quickly etowed away in tbeir wagon.
Her prajera for indulgence failing, tbe
young mother began, to scream and aoon
tbe bouse was aurrounded with enraged
and indignant men and women, who
shouted lor; U imprecatiooa upon the
bead of all connected with tbe affair.
One of tbe women ran into tbe kitchen
and gave tbe atore a good raking, which
aoon brought it up to a red beat. Tbe
csnatable made several effort to take it,
bnt finally gave it up. Another woman
threw hen If upon tbe featherbed and
dared tbe constable to touch ber. lie de
sisted, and tbe cook atore and the feather
bed were all tbat w at left in the hoove.
Cave lb Coaatafcl a attack tye.
In tbe meanwhile Mra. College returned
an ICnding all hertbinga on tbe street
went at tbe constable with ber fist and
gave him a black eye before abe could be
pullei off. The two w agons not being
sufficient for tbe furniture, a third was
called. This was driven Ira hit man
who, non ar-eing tbe young woman
standing in tbe ram and crying
a thouzb ber bran would break,
cracked his whip and drore off, say.ng:
This is tio job lor m. I've got a vriie
and children tuywlf." Tbe crowd gar
bint three c beer. Tbe mayr. to whom
the tuattrr was prrwtited. declared that
be wttuld dismiss the constable if the story
told to hlttl coved to be true.
A rrrristiMi lr Ik Criav.
CurcAoo, April r Sir MortioMT Craa
Tille, a fliunguiab4 rglth pbyaidan,
and an authority on la grippe, yesterday
cabled to tbe health authoritiea ia this
city the following from Loodoo: "Dr.
Mortimer GranrUU begt Chicago ftbyai
ciana to try ore grains of camphor in
twenty minima tincture of Iodine ia a
drachm each of glycerine and arm p.
Gire frequently for in fluent a with alrocg
meat J aloe and use no aatiprrina The
Chicago health authoriuesi give the pre
acription for publication wiutout fadora
rifwU mt la)sis) Aecla.
Wisuixomv Cnr. April J By aa
order isaued by tiru. Noble yesterday, be
ginning July I neat pension paymeata at
ageocy cities will ba mad as folio wa:
July 4. Ore 4. Jan. 4. and April 4 Chi
cago, lies Mune, liuffalo. Conoord. Mil
waukee, and 1'ittaburg. Aug. 4. Nor. 4.
I th. i. aud May 4 ladiaaanolia. Louis
ville, Toprka, rhiladelphla, KnogTille,
and New York. Seju 4, Dec. 4. March 4,
and Jane Columbus. Washington City,
Ilostou. Detroit, Augusta (Ma i. and San
Kager Urss Two Cwte a Tawast.
NEW VoCkU ADrllt Tka bsr lnffl.-
which went lala ffM. miMili, MnMa
considerable agitation among wholesale
grocera. rmgar went down two centa on
account of the new law, bnt the great dif
flmlt T now srltk sKnlo.il , ... i- -
States custom authoritiea not detailing- a
sufficient number of clerk a to get the
angar ia bond ready for dehrery.
tlarald la HU Own Defaaae.
WaJJlIStiToa CtTT. April Defendaet
Klncaid yesterday teetlfled ta bia own de
fense. He gave a detailed account of the
Inanlle and assault be had reoeired from -Taulbee.
Ilia account of the ahootlag
did cot differ materially from that girea
ny prenona wuntssaa. and be eisi
that be tboutht Taulbee waa inteadiar to
aboot bim and fired becanaa be thought at
waa sua iiie or i tuow a
arlatatiM ta aticaiia-ae.
Laaatac. Mich.. April X The aacau
yesterday paeeed tba Saarpe bill, which
doea away with the apeci&c Uzatioo of
Iron and copper mine and reqnlree thai
tney aaau ne taxaa ta tne a acne aMatanr aa
other property; alao tbe bill proMUUng
tg it wrs, juugea ana saave otafiee trom
tuing railway paaaea. Tba bouee paaaed tU
bill proTidiag for tba lactioa of lectors
Psalk C n le.OOO Hi
ROCKTILLS. Ind.. Anril
0"""ed by S. D. IWt, died Monday nigU
v Hnrs uuan m waa Taiaed at fu 1
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