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Frederick News
Maryland, U.S.A.
4 September 1889

A Jack the Ripper Scare

London, Sept. 4.
Intense excitement was caused in the central district of London by the announcement that an old man had stabbed two women who had declined his company. A Jack the Ripper scare was raised, and the scene of the affray was in a short time crowded by an immense throng of people.