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 - re- sccuatom-ed THE OLD COLCM VICTIMS. Captain...
re- sccuatom-ed THE OLD COLCM VICTIMS. Captain Abbott's Conditio. Take a Change For the Better and Ills Recovery Looked For, - Little Elizabeth Fealey Still Ia Dan ger, Bat Her Father and Physl-. Physl-. Physl-. clan .Not without Uope. Boston. Aug. 58. iSpeciaL) This has been a week of continual ordeal for the friends .of tlie Louisville victims at Cjuincy. Now that the excitement. which in tlie days Immediately following following the accident, supported the strength of patient and nurse has died away, and the BuHercr and watcher has had a weary bat tle to dam up the slowly - ebbing x ituhty at the hospital. . Capt. Abbott's ease ha remained the same, : bat for four days there was no signs of Improve ment, which worried the doctors. Ia the same ward lie the three other x ictims, Mrs. Bailey. Miss Haile and Mr. Dimick. all ot whom have no hope. This morning there was' a turn for the better in the Captain, and it occasioned such delight in Judge Edwards, who has been unremitting in his attention to Ris sick friend, that he shed tears of f ratitudo and joy when he heard of it. It was in the Carr cottage that the graves: apprehensions occurred. Up to Tuesday last, little Elizabeth Fenley did splendidly; so rapidly did she im prove that It was hoped that she Won Id be able in a week to be removed, but yesterday the sufferer had a relapse. and to-day to-day to-day her case seemed hopeless, so rapidly did her vitality sink. The ef fect of her condition npon her father was pitiful. He grew nearly wild when l.e saw the change creeping over this darliug, alter ' hu long hours of sus pense, and it was only by tb exercise of the greatest of will power that he prevented himself succumbing to the terrible strain. The physicians worked hke trojsna with their little patent, and to-night to-night to-night the prayed for alteration la her condition occurred, and at niid- niid- higUt the Courier J ournal currespobd-er.t currespobd-er.t currespobd-er.t was . lniormed by telephone that she was improving, and was then sleeping sleeping with LiTwatchial parent at her aide, the post no nas never quitted since he arrived here. His friends now fear that a fatal termination of hi child's case would end Lim. The nurse is getting well rapidly. AYictim of the Old Colon f Disaster. Boston, Aug. S3. air. Benjamin Max. well, who Was Injured In tho Old Colony railroad disaster at Quincy, died In this city hist night.

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  1. The Courier-Journal,
  2. 29 Aug 1890, Fri,
  3. Page 6

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