25 September 1889
MURDERER AND VICTIM IN THE LAST WHITE CHAPEL TRAGEDY
Are Alike Unknown to the Coroner's Jury, and the Same Old Verdict is Brought In as Resulted in the Other Cases
London, Sept. 25.
The coroner's jury, after waiting two weeks for some light to be thrown on the White Chapel murder, met again today and were obliged to bring in a verdict that the victim whose mutilated body was found September 10th came to her death by the hands of some person unknown. The identity of the woman still remains unestablished and this murder is even more of a mystery than its predecessors.
Chicago, Sept. 25.
The mutilated body of a man was found lying on the prairie near the suburb of Clyde. The body was in sections, and not all of it was there. The head was neatly severed from the body and lay beside the trunk, from which all the vital organs had been removed. Portions of the limbs were scattered about. It is possible that the fragments have come from a dissecting table. The coroner will investigate.