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Mitchell Daily Republican
South Dakota, USA
3 October 1890

The number of police in the Whitechapel district has been largely increased, owing to the threatened renewal of Jack the Ripper's operations. The officers are instructed to resume the extraordinary precautions which were thought to have caused the disappearance of the mysterious Ripper after his last horrible butchery, though they were not successful in leading to his detection.