London, June 27.
The foul crimes of "Jack the Ripper" are again called to mind with a murder that was committed at Rotherhithe, a suburb a short distance to the southeast of London. The victim, a woman belonging to the unfortunate class, was found with her throat cut, the wound showing that the knife had been used from left to right, as was the case in all the murders committed by the Ripper in the Whitechapel district of London. The police were quickly on the scene, having been attracted by the screaming, but the murderer had effected his escape, leaving not the slighest clue to his identity.
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