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 - To-day To-day To-day a poel-mortem poel-mortem...
To-day To-day To-day a poel-mortem poel-mortem poel-mortem examlnati6n will tie ir.adeon the body of Patrol Officer JoeSturm, who was killed In front of tbe Jail about two o'clock yesterday morning. Hia wagon, No. 4, was In the street almot opposite the .lall entrance, and he was standing up In it. when suddenly there cume a voiley from the militia and be fell with two bullets in his groin. An other ball struck tho scat of the wacon. The wounded nan was driven quickly to the Hospital, Hospital, but. life was extinct upon the arrival there. The 'ody wa then taken to the late home of the deceased, on Court street, between Kuce and Elm. Sturm whs about forty-live forty-live forty-live ' year. of age. lie leaves a wife and several children. He was appointed on the police force under Means, and hns been running on the patrol wagon ver since it started. He was a good officer and well liked by his comrades. The" Directors of the Police Relief Association met yesterday afternoon ami passed appropriate appropriate resolutions on his death, and set the funeral for half-past half-past half-past nine o'clock to-morrow to-morrow to-morrow morning at St. Xavier's Church. Sturm was a brother-in-law brother-in-law brother-in-law brother-in-law brother-in-law of Albert Sprlnrjer, tbe saloon-keeper saloon-keeper saloon-keeper at Sixth and Sycamore streets. One of tbe bullet that entered hia body broke pieces off every key la a bunch of eight In hia pants pocket. Coroner Maacroft will set no time for the inquests until the present excitement Is over.

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  1. The Cincinnati Enquirer,
  2. 30 Mar 1884, Sun,
  3. Page 12

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