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Poisoned By A Woman Dentist

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Parent Issue
Day
3
Month
May
Year
1895
Copyright
Public Domain
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ÏOKT Scott, Ki,,, May 2. - At Hiattsville, a siniill víiííiííc near here, ovor half a dozen puoyle, inciuding iho Methodist minister, Imve buen poisuuud; soma of them porhaps fatally, by medicine administered by a travuling wornan dontist, who has skippotl towa since the condition of her p.'itients became known. Tha names of the victims as far as known are: Taylor Pa X ton, pasior of the Methodist church; Miss Myrtlu Wallace, Nora Burtwell, Mrs. Wtlliaiu Clark and Lizzie Liddell. The dentist travel ed under the name of Dr. Alberta Oborlin, clnimed to come from St. Louis, and isduscribud (is a "largo, reraaxknbly luiiulsornu unían, of stylish and prepoosossina appearanoe." She camo to town a few days ago, and stopping at a main hotel advertisod herself as a "painless tooth extmetur." Many of the most prominent pooplo of the town answered her alvf-rtUn-nent. She appliod to the gum of a numbor of her patients a liquid. tjoon after the operation the patients wer invariably taken 111, their faces and hands became discolored, their tonguBs swollen and their stomachs affected. Miss. LirtriVtl isdyine.

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Ann Arbor Argus
Old News