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food poisoning - Greensboro Patriot: Mr. J. E. Taylor, president...
Greensboro Patriot: Mr. J. E. Taylor, president of the Taylor Mfg Co., Westminister, Md., on last Thursday was poisoued from eating some country cheese, and but for the immediate attention of a skilled phy sician it would have proved fatal. Mr. Taylor was travelling on business in Randolph county, and called at Sandy Creek to get a lnnch, which I II 1 1 ( 1 1 v I 1 1 i consisted of cheese and crackers; he t-."-" " ate but very little of tne cneese ana in about an hour and a half after he had finished his lunch he was taken violently sick and commenced to vomit, throwing up a quantity of blood, until a physician arrived, who crave mm opiates ana tnereoy renovea him. The driver ate some of the same cheese Rnd was affected in the same wav and has not entirely re covered vet. Two bovs also ate of the cheese the day before and we understand they were affected very much the same as Mr. Taylor. One of them was blind for three days from the effect of the poison. i

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  1. The Chatham Record,
  2. 01 Sep 1881, Thu,
  3. Page 2

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