Annie Kaylor -assaulted by husband 13NOV1893
Dedicated by REGARDLESS RACE. TO ENDOW IT. the new Hlstors of East ICIghty- morning. The the last wing structure that New York In a solemn at 10 Institution was and a steady Catholic newly opened the Archbishop's acted us Archbishop Father P. \V. Church, pastor of the Kupllst. U' chanter, and CUT HIS WIFE'S THROAT. It Didn't Rill Her, and Kaylor Gets Off with Three Months on the Inland. Annie Knylor, her father nnd mother, nnd !u-r husbaiiil and live children Imvc lived :n^elher in a -sluinty near the corner of One Hundred und Ninth street, and Fifth avcnuo Tur years hi apparent comfort. At I A. M. u-itvi'iluy \\ie house lH-eame I'M) siiuill lor the liiishiind, and he threw mother-In-law, father- n.law, wife nml children out of doors. The husband is a bricklayer and a pretty utoarty Irlnkcr. He had drunk more than usunl Sat- unlay night. Mr*. Kaylor searched for a policeman unsuc- ccs.fully, umlnt last gathered her parents nnd children together and slartcd for tho door. Kuylnr had not locked It, and tin! little army •iressed In. The drunken futher Mining up rom the lied, seized his wife by the tfirout and threw her biickwards on the floor. '' I' 11 In-iilti with you," he cried, and produced n razor frcnfi his prN-kct. Holding her firmly, he passed HIM keen blade across thu womuu's'thrnat. just cutlliiK through tllu skin. Tile hlond streamed from the cut. and tho sijrht bruiiKlit counigc to the woman's old father. He pulled the drunken mimluc mvny (mm the prostrate form of his daughter and crii'd for help. The woman ran to ll'e street,und horscrcams nniKht I'nllceimm O'Crady. Thu hmhnnd sprain; up the l>ank lo the sidewalk, ami with- onl a wonl lifted Ids heavily chid foot and kicked his wife severely In tho stomach. Lertz Is Trust The utllcer acted n.s thoi Kiiylor iilmust c.seapcil frum his Mirpri«o. ' oiiKh lutmlyzed, and before he recovered A simple chargo of disorderly cimfluet was what Knylor had to answer for in Harlem ''uurt yesterday. He was sent up by Justice l-Yitm-v iur three 1 inonth.s. •EARS 1TE HAS Peter cobbler, was ic iiotUuil onllnury was nbout key in liln oguinxt tho "Nntlf ' ' What OTimn. "You :hc next iid. ' e.". The «td HUP." "Ynu'ro the wife, iii-ck. ' vc Kot 1 * lri> wniniin !"