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Marion Daily Star
Ohio, USA
28 December 1888

Jack the Ripper

London, Dec. 28.
Brussels has been thrown into a ferment of excitement by the reception by prominent people of cards and telegrams announcing the advent in the quaint old city of the famous "Jack the Ripper" of Whitechapel notoriety. King Leopold, the prefect of police and the court ministers are among the recipients of this mysterious being's delicate attentions.