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PRICE TWO CENTS. wss Virginia, won a iu- the the war. when as uu- sent full waxed were musketry night and bu-y ann- mutilated the guns w«re infantry ia monument the an M of ap- b« ap- shear. ot to a that grade ar» very iu both pn not be giving KILLED BY A KICK. Fatal End of a Brutal Fight Irt Washington. WASUIKGTOH, March 22. -- Job* Bruebaker, a oanul boatnao, died early yesterday morning in his bo*t, which was moortd at M unuaater'a wharf. Weet Washington, from the effects of a kick received in a fight Saturday afternoon with George Seaman. Bruebaker'g wife left t'e boat Saturday afternoon to go home witk a friend. Mrs. Mary Epps, who complained of being ill. Mrs. Epp» lodged in George Seaman's koDM, 5 Water street. When she reached Mrs. Eppe* rom the latter, it ia stated, fell in a fainting 5t aud Mrs. Bruebaker called for assistance. Seaman, who occupied a room below, at once responded. While he was im the room Bruebaker, who was under the influence of liquor and had followed his wife from the boat, staggered into the room and began ta tbuse and beat his wife for having left the boat. Seaman remonstrated with him and then, it appears, left the room and started down stairs. Bruebaker upon that shouted a defiance after him. Seaman returned at oi!re and the two men, both of whom were powerful, engaged in a brutal fight. Mrs. Bruebaker sought in vain to separate the combatants. Seaman, it appears, inflicted a kick ia Bruebaker'« abdomen, which ended the fight Bruebaker fell to the floor. He was taken to his boat, where h* died about six o'clock yesterday morning. The autopsy made yesterday showed that death resulted from rupture of 'he mesentery and internal hemorrhage. Seaman was* arrested yesteraay. The inquest waa held this afternoon at one o'clock at the third police precinct. The following composed the jury: Messrs. Samuel Howard, E. Al. P. Harris, James S. Hayes, William H. Haycock, John IP Darne and James P. Wallace. Dr. D. J. Hartigan testified as to the injuries and that the death resulted from them. Dr. SheckeH corroborated his testimony. Mary Springstill, or May Epps, as she is known, who resides at 8315 Water street, testified as to Mrs. Brnebaker accompanying her home on account of her being sick. After hearing the prisoner's statement, the jury returned a verdict "that the said John Bruebaker came to his death from * shock and hemorrhage, caused by a kick in the abdomen, inflicted by George Seaman." The prisoner waa committed to jail. Dakota Farms Flooded. Sioux CITY, March 22.--An ice

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  2. 23 Mar 1886, Tue,
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