GRIEB MURDERED, SAYS JURY.
But Police Have Found No Trace of Contractor's Slayers.
A coroner's jury yesterday afternoon decided that Louis Grieb, a contractor, was murdered on the night of March 25, and his body carried to the Terminal tracks under the Campbell street viaduct.
The contractor's body was found early Sunday morning, March 26, by an engine crew. Many theories were advanced by the police regarding his death, but no trace of his assailants have been found. Grieb left his home, 2222 Charlotte street, at 5 o'clock in the afternoon, and was last seen alive at 8 o'clock in a saloon at Ninth street and Broadway.