Farber, Fritz Child, It

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Farber, Fritz Child, It - Scalded to Death. Special DiqxUch to The Sunday...
Scalded to Death. Special DiqxUch to The Sunday Newt-Dealer. Newt-Dealer. Newt-Dealer. 8CRANT0S, July 23. Yesterday afternoon a woman living In a portion of the house of Fritz Farber, In Petersburg, Petersburg, c -yoked -yoked a ham In the garden. Whon the cooking was completed, she left the pot containing the boiling water on the walk In the yard. Mr. Farber's four-year-old four-year-old four-year-old four-year-old four-year-old child came along and fell into it. Its outcries attracted attracted the attention of tho people in tho house and they hurried to its assistance. It was taken Into the dwelling and was found to be badly scalded. Despite strenuous efforts that were made to alleviate its pain, It died. In the evening.

Clipped from Sunday News23 Jul 1882, SunPage 1

Sunday News (Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania)23 Jul 1882, SunPage 1
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