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Fryburg - expected Knusc - Ureakera nnd Their Winter...
expected Knusc - Ureakera nnd Their Winter Campaign First District Policeman - Fryburg saw a man scamper away from the front of the house 1254 South Twentieth street on Friday night and in a minute observed observed a pair of legs, followed by the owner, who had arms loaded with plunder, emerge from a parlor window. Fryburg pursued and captured the man, who calls himself Frank Wayne, of Wilmington, Del. The prisoner hud a card - receiver and an album, which had been stolen about an hour before from 7i6 South Twenty - first street. Both dwellings had been entered through the front windows. Wuyue was sent to prison. Pobert Evans' residence, 213t Park avenue, was robbed of articles worth S - iK 011 Friday afternoon, the household not being aware that the thieves were at work, so quietly did they operate. The baseni'Mit door of the morocco manufactory at 422aud 421 North '(bird street was jimmied on Friday night nnd skins wortii several hundred dollars were stolen.

Clipped from The Times03 Dec 1882, SunPage 5

The Times (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)03 Dec 1882, SunPage 5
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