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&, Northwestern company docs not intend to go into fanning. RUNNING WILD. HOW KX-OKKICKU FRANK HIJU1IAKHU "l!AU,Kl> TlMl'l" ON A 15AM .MAN CUlN- NKCTKU WITH TIIK INDIAN SI1OAV. Frank J. King, an attache of the Indian show, was locked up by Ollieer Slrohacker at an early hour this morning. King allempted to "do up" Kx- olllcer Frank Brubaker, and received what he richly meriled - -a good thrashing. He was with a party that had been out during the night, and at about live o'clock this morning he made himself very numerous in the otlice of the Brcwster house. lie frightened a parly of traveling men out of lite place, and when he started to go up stairs. Clerk Jim Baird asked him what Ivo was up to; he answered it was none of his d d business. King had left his coat, hat and vest in front of the Pacilic rcslaur- anl, and laid oul one man connected with the show, and then tackled everybody he came in contact with. One traveler, who was on his way to the train, was hustled olT the sidewalk and hastened down the street rapidly. When Brubaker came along, the clerk asked him where a policeman could be found. 1 le was instructed to telephone, but started for Ihe station. In the meantime Brubaker was approached by King, who said: "Hollo, stranger. 1'ixcuse me. They are trying lo gel, a man to do me up, bill yon ain't big enough to do it." "That's all right," said Frank, and when he started up street, he was struck a powerful blow- on the temple, King at the same jumping on his back, and effort to CIOUUK ONE <>!'' I"* KVKS. Brnbakor, who was considerably stunned by the blow, struck back. A sctillle ensued, and both rolled off the walk inlo the street, Brnbaker underneath. But Frank worked himself tin top, and he proceeded to pound King. Ollieer Strohaker came up, and made the arrest, King walking to the .station very peaceably. The traveling fraternity wore very brave when Brubaker had the. best of King, but they proved themselves the worst kind of cowards before. King was lined £5 and c.tsts. lie is a general hustler for the mcdie-int pany, and richly deserved ccivi'd. J. Dr. tied the large went to return remain will Wentworth At at Joseph marriage groom ger, Miss of a ^thirty to her, Mattie and she one. At at C. in assemblage bangh, march, bride her reside! time making ;in com- what he re- A (IN Two cuttle to em the broke collided, and cars large! A not taken his office a greal TIIK

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  1. Freeport Journal-Standard,
  2. 10 Sep 1886, Fri,
  3. Page 4

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