SELECTED. Killed for Insulting a Married Mar-ried Woman. Between the hours of two and three o'clock yesterday morn ing the fourth ward of this city was the scene of another tragedy. An unknown un-known man was knoc.ed down and almost instantly killed by a young man nauiud Thomas Crowley, in Iront of the saloon io. 22, Oliver street. The body was soon afterward conveyed to the station house, and an inquest held by Coroner Keeuan during the forenoon. fore-noon. Mrs. iVJaigaret Fagiin, of No. 79, same street, testified that at about two o'clock on Sunday morning she met Crowley on the street; he asked her where ehe was going, and she replied re-plied to look tor her husband, who had been out all night. He said he would go with her, and they proceeded together to-gether to the saloon No. 22 Oliver street. Just as she was entering the saloon to induce her husband to return home, the deceased, who was behind her, attempted to take improper liberties, liber-ties, fche immediately called Crovfley to protect her, and the latter responded by knocking the deceased down. He then struck him on the head twice. Death followed in a few minutes. Crowley was known to her previously; he leside i at jNo 5S JSew Chambers street. Officer Smith, of the Fourth Precinct, testified that he had seen deceased in the neighborhood a short time before he was killed. On hearing the scuffle he (the witness) approached the saioon named, and found deceased at full length on the sidewalk; he was then quite dead, and the woman and Crowley were standing over him; he asked who had struck the man, and Crowley answered that he had done it, because tne woman had been insulted; he then took Mrs. Pagan and Crowley to the Oak street station house. L'rs. Wooster Beach and Joseph Cushman testified that they had made a post mortem examination of the remains, and found that death had resulted from cerebal apoplexy. A verdict was returned in accordance with the doctors' doc-tors' testimony, and Crowley was discharged dis-charged by Coroner Kcenan, to the infinite delight of his friends, who had gathered in formidable numbers while the inquest was' progressing. The deceased seemed to be between thirty and thirty-five years of age: was five teet eight inches in height, had light brown hair, heavy sandy whiskers, blue eyes, and was attired in light pantaloons pan-taloons and vest, a black coat, blue uudershirt, and black felt hat. Upon the liitle finger of the left hand there were two gold rings, one an engraved keeper and the other a seal ring bearing bear-ing the initials ''J. T." The body has been sent to the morgue. 1. 1". Standard, Stand-ard, June 1.