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Atlanta Constitution
Georgia, U.S.A.
3 February 1889

"Jack the Ripper" in Albany.

Albany, Ga., February 2.
Mayor McIntosh received a postal card today signed by "Jack the Ripper" in which he stated that he had been here two nights discovering the abode of his victims and would commence operations tonight. The negroes are panic stricken.