16 November 1888
Another Victim and Blood Hounds Used to Trace the Murderer
The body of a woman was found murdered and mutilated in a house in Dorset near Panbury (sic) street, London. The murder was committed in the woman's own room and the body cut up in a horrible manner. This is undoubtedly a repetition of the previous series of murders in White Chapel. Blood hounds are being used by the police to trace the murderers.
The victim of the Spitalfields murder was like the rest of the White Chapel victims, an abandoned woman. She had a husband who was a porter, but she lived with him only at times. Her name is believed to be Lizzie Fisher. As she entered the house where she lodged by means of a latch key, probably no one saw the man who accompanied her. The physicians who viewed the corpse reserve their statement for the coroner's inquest.
The city is fearfully excited and extra editions of the daily papers illustrating the scene of the murder are selling like wild fire.