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Mitchell Daily Republican
South Dakota, USA
15 February 1891

Jack the Ripper's Work

London, Feb. 14.
At an early hour the body of a young woman was discovered in a secluded locality in Chambers street. She had been horribly gashed with a sharp instrument. Nothing is yet known as to who she is or who her murderer was. That Jack the Ripper is the murderer is not doubted.