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s O'Kieff and Tim Layne on the other. After it was in progress a few minutes the wives of Donohoe and O'Kieff, tiring of being quiet spectators of the fun, determined to take a hand in it; but the circumscribed limits afforded in the house rendering it necessary to have more room, the parties adjourned to the open air, and reaching the bridge crossing the Dock at the foot of 17th street, resumed their operations on a more extended scale. When a couple of rounds had passed between them, officer Morris arrived on the battle ground, and by lustily yelling and whooping and flourishing his official baton among the combatants, soon succeeded in bringing the engagement to a close, and escorted them to the watch-house, when they were bailed for their appearance at Court. Before His Honor on Saturday they presented a very ludicrous sight to look at. Donohoe's head and eyes were bandaged all over, while Mrs. Donohoe and Mrs. O'Kieff each sported bruised checks and bruised, distended eyes. At