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John Keiger (search for this): article 8
A serious joke --The inmates of the New York Hospital were thrown into a great state of excitement on Monday, by a rumor of an attempt to poison some of the patients. It appears that one of the patients tasted something peculiar in his food, and partook of but a small quantity. A short time after he was taken violently ill, and declared that he had been poisoned, and several other inmates made complaints of a similar character. Upon investigating the matter, a man named Jenkins confessed that he had poured rotor oil in the food, at the suggestion of others, but that he only did it for a joke, and did not intend to kill any person. Jenkins and his advisers Charles Brown and John Keiger, have been arrested, and the case will be fully investigated.
Charles Brown (search for this): article 8
A serious joke --The inmates of the New York Hospital were thrown into a great state of excitement on Monday, by a rumor of an attempt to poison some of the patients. It appears that one of the patients tasted something peculiar in his food, and partook of but a small quantity. A short time after he was taken violently ill, and declared that he had been poisoned, and several other inmates made complaints of a similar character. Upon investigating the matter, a man named Jenkins confessed that he had poured rotor oil in the food, at the suggestion of others, but that he only did it for a joke, and did not intend to kill any person. Jenkins and his advisers Charles Brown and John Keiger, have been arrested, and the case will be fully investigated.
his food, and partook of but a small quantity. A short time after he was taken violently ill, and declared that he had been poisoned, and several other inmates made complaints of a similar character. Upon investigating the matter, a man named Jenkins confessed that he had poured rotor oil in the food, at the suggestion of others, but that he only did it for a joke, and did not intend to kill any person. Jenkins and his advisers Charles Brown and John Keiger, have been arrested, and the casea small quantity. A short time after he was taken violently ill, and declared that he had been poisoned, and several other inmates made complaints of a similar character. Upon investigating the matter, a man named Jenkins confessed that he had poured rotor oil in the food, at the suggestion of others, but that he only did it for a joke, and did not intend to kill any person. Jenkins and his advisers Charles Brown and John Keiger, have been arrested, and the case will be fully investigated.