The Washington Standard, 07/08/1892

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The 10-year-old son of Steward Slaughter, of the steamer Evangel, died in great agony at Port Townsend. It was thought that his death was caused by being hit in the stomach by a stone while out playing, but upon post mortem examination the fact that was developed that death occurred from inflammation of the intestines caused by swallowing a pin.