Brooklyn Standard union obit of March 13, 1882. Scalding a Sick Man Dr. John S. WOODSIDE, Medical Superintendent at the Flatbush Hospital, to-day made a written report to Coroner KELLER in reference to the death in the Hospital for Incurables of Isaac ADLER, one of whose brothers had demanded an investigation as reported. Dr. WOODSIDE states that on the 2d. last, ADLER was scalded on the left leg and hip and a portion of the right foot, having been taken to a bath tub by a fellow patient, who was assisting the nurses, and put into scalding hot water. The nurses were engaged at the time in dressing other patients. ADLER was very feeble and was suffering from general paralysis. The doctor says that the scalding had little or nothing to do with ADLER's death, and was not thought of sufficient importance to be mentioned in the death certificate as one of the causes of his demise. I am not related 7 have no other info.