Local butcher Milton Pouder ambled a few blocks south to his butcher shop on East Washington every day from North East street, at the corner of New York. He lived in a house on the second lot south of New York street on the west side of North East Street from approximately 1858 until 1890. And the last dozen or so years there must have been stressful. It seems he may have rented, rather than owned the property, at least for some of those years, and ran into a particularly hardcore landlord.