April 17 1893 Wife flees from husband
FLED FROM HER HUSBAND. Ihe Wife of I J. Greenup Takes a Sodden Departure With Their Child. A DasdNBie' Hedlcal Stadent Blaaved By Grtcsnp For the Stautional Snpare af Family lies. . lite. J. J. Greenup, who lived at US West Gray etre.t, suddnnly lert bir home four wtvks uto, lorgotting to bid her hnslntnd Rood-bye Rood-bye Rood-bye and taking with her their only child, a girl ot nine years. Furthermore, Mrs. Greenup does not in tend to live any longer under the protec tion of her husband. A handsome young man, a recent graduate from tlie Louis ville Medical College, is said to be in the cas-. cas-. cas-. and Mr. Greonup thought he had milli i.-'it i.-'it i.-'it cru.uiKis to advertise in th- th- pa- pa- pie tl.at ho would uo longer ue resjtou- resjtou- Sll'10 lor 1.1S Wilts ncuour. Mr. Greenup it a wlesaian in the dreas-coods dreas-coods dreas-coods department of Kaufman, Straus V ti's drr-iruo-ls drr-iruo-ls drr-iruo-ls drr-iruo-ls drr-iruo-ls stic. He is about thirty years of age and ins wue is two.i vnia vcun-r-r.. vcun-r-r.. vcun-r-r.. vcun-r-r.. vcun-r-r.. inev uo&rucu at 110 Wist (irav street i:nd have been married trn vena, i ins winter a young meuivai siudent known as Dr. Vlcker caaie lure lrora Ptinnylvanin. He is aiiout twenty fi.ur veara of see. and oreenuD says lie visited Mrs. Gieenun almost every day.. wlien her husband was not at home. The others in tlie house began to notice his devotion to her. Tliey often went out together. About six wetks ago Mrs. Greenup was told that she must get rooms somewhere else if she persisted in li.vin. Ilr. tickers call on Her. Knur wecKs ago, aoout i:mt ociock . i . ..,. -? -? i . in tbe afternoon, Mrs. Greenup kft home with her child. Her husband knew nothing nothing of her depart ur; st the time. I wo wteks later slie returned to this city from Frankfort, wlicre frho had been at the home of her parent. The child was brought along, and Mr. t.reenup stele tier away from hi wife. The woman bad ..ben .noma on Walnut Streett. Mr. Ids danthter to the home of his parents in Frankfort. His wife followed in a day or two ami stole tlm chil I I sck' alter dark. Mr. Greenup had ntm to t his citv. but he is deter. mined te have his chill, and interesting developments are txpecttoasanj ume.