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 - II!; Fi.tST SL.ii. iu.l S F.iTL.... Jud;s I. W....
II!; Fi.tST SL.ii. iu.l S F.iTL.... Jud;s I. W. Cdwards Ccts Lack From Qaincy, Mas3a-Chusett3. Mas3a-Chusett3. Mas3a-Chusett3. Cap t Abbott snd Llf.le Ellrabeta Fen- Fen- If 7 W 111 Get Well Klndneii Miowa Item. JUlT;e L VT". EJwards returned home lat rlht. Judse Edwards Is rot a we J man. snd his arm is still in splinters ana tied In a aline. iie was cheery, how ever, snd glad to get back, thouCh st-Il st-Il st-Il oppressed with Els drtadlai experience in the Old Colony wreck. Although tired when he alighted f run. the train, nnn,.,,). K. r. t n.i.li.t ht Jud-S Jud-S Jud-S it " ww.. I Wnsrdji, when spiiroachcd by a Courier- Courier- I Journal reporter, seated bimelt on basgtige-truck, basgtige-truck, basgtige-truck, and suiicuirted to an interview. interview. He said: I to doing well, and feel in the best of spirits, so far ss I myself am concerned. My wounds are healing tlcely, and there is nothing much the maUer with me bow. Capt. Abbott was doing well when X left, last Friday, but 1 see by this morning's Courier- Courier- Journal that yon have s btcr disputca to the same effect. lie will cot be able to be out for several weeks yet but ho ha recovered Lis voice, his puh-e puh-e puh-e is besting regularly, and his temperature temperature is normal. He will pull through all right. . "Little Hlxabcth lenity Is doing splendidly, snd X have no doubt at all that she will recover. The nur, Lucy, will also get well. ', Mr. Oscar Fen ley Is doicg ss wt-1 wt-1 wt-1 as a man could undi-r undi-r undi-r the circunistuuoes. at was a tern hie blow to him. He has crest iirnineaa. which IS irrrat'v in bis favor. He aUys by his child ell the time, and will hardly leave her tur a reuirstl rest. Mr. Williaw Fcniey is w.th Capt. Abbott; had he not been, 1 shou.d not have come nome. it wui oe two or tore weeks before tho others can be brouzht to Louisvillo. 'a ne Louisville party, and. in fact. all of the victuu coiud not have re ceived better treatment than they did at tho hands of Uie good people of I Qolncy. They did everything in. their power for us from the time tu calamity occurred until the convalescents were able to be about. They were on hand within a few minute after the crash occurred and stayed by u until the last. The Qulncy lire Deportment was on the scene immediately alter tne wrecic happened, rescuing these imprisoned be r.eawi the debris. X was helped out through a ear window by some one sad taken directly to the hospital. Hi people people were a good to us as though we were members ot their own nmiues. snd our every wish was gratiiied. lhere are many beautiful road about Quincy. and aa tbe injured Lm prove! carriages were brought around every day to take us rutin g. livery day one was sent for me. snd it wss at my diapo&el any time I felt like going out. I don't know what we should have done cad it not been for tbe good people." Judfft Ld wards was too tired' from the e fleets or his trio to talk much. nd after the hurried interview was assisted assisted into a waiting carriers and driven to hi home on i'irnt street, rear lireck- lireck- Iniidge, where an anxious family awaited mm. . : i ! I t I (

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  1. The Courier-Journal,
  2. 02 Sep 1890, Tue,
  3. Page 7

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