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 - , AEEESTEO AT QUIiiCy. Tb Seetlen 3ms tVh...
, AEEESTEO AT QUIiiCy. Tb Seetlen 3ms tVh Caased tbe Old tlay ITreck Armted Fr Xardtr. Captala Aabtt and Uttla nixabetk Fsalej Oa tb Ksd Ta Qoinry. Mass- Mass- Aag. ! tSpeeiaL) Tb aaUtoribe bav locatd .h blame for th lata cUaastrr bera, by t-iht t-iht t-iht arresting oa a warrant issued by Jadg ltumphreya at th InAU.-sOogi InAU.-sOogi InAU.-sOogi of th State's Attorney. .Wia k. -Vglek, -Vglek, tb seetloa bos la there f the back rt palling here, who' gang pkteed the fatal track jack ta M.Uia whlca U-i U-i U-i railed th -Cnin. -Cnin. . - - '-. '-. '-. J. M By law. all Inquest 4 are seeeeV and J nags llamphrrys, whs cid ta aeasins. concluded his labors Thursday. 11 de cided aner bearing the irsumoay that it was against th rule of th eompaay to plaee Jacks between rails, aad that In th ease tn trial th fatal Jask which should bar been an the utoide of tb ralL was, by Welohs direst orders. nhkoed In the uafurtunaM position when it eaused the disaster. It waa originally originally Utt InV ntlos t bar Wekb lndlcicd. but "he offense wa considered of sack tm porta bos that a warrant was baued and Welch taken lata custody to-night to-night to-night whL' be was anting with bla family at Ida home bore, eeUnd supper. lie took th saatter ooully, although bis wife and ahildren cried bitter. Be was tucked op without ball. lie it charg ed with ft-luoioualy ft-luoioualy ft-luoioualy causing Um doatb of on Mary Fcnlcy, ot LnutoviUe, aad th penalty, la ease of Us conviction, meuns twenty years la th penitentiary. Welch it thirty -five -five rears old add baa been la ! employ of the Old Colony road for only a abort time. lie bad often ex pressed bis belief -that -that n Jack-could Jack-could Jack-could be wuked better inside than outside the rails, and the first time be attempted tbe plan H canted th terrible eakunlty . The victim, here are getting along nicely I that la, those of the Louis vills party ar. There ar three other la ths hosnitsL who will die. bat both Can tain Abbott and Utile Lhxabeth IVnlry. their physicians state. 1 sve started in the eon-vthaeent eon-vthaeent eon-vthaeent period, which, however tioes not tske tliera out '...mt danger. tit a reutpe ts name at any monacal. Tho nurse is doinu well. The ehlki'iias much improved during tlie put thme daya but it will be weeks before she can bo moved. - Her fathers devot on to her to meat pALh-tio. pALh-tio. pALh-tio. ihiy ar night be never leaves her Bight. Tbe terrible strait! to Showing - oa htm. lie nya next to the great loss which has befaliea Mm, th next most Impress ve thing is tlie overwhelming kindness of the peopkt of QuincT. eepeeiaily the - famdy who have so elteerulty fci ven ap their beau tiful bom In tbe height ef the season for a hospital, and entirely eschewed all parries in ooniideratioa for their sick: guests. -J -J ad go Edwards left for boms Friday, sod his sbaence is greatly felt, ea penally by Capt. Abbott, wlio was greatly cheer ed by his preeenee ana now lee is our- our- respondlngiy aepreseea. - .

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  1. The Courier-Journal,
  2. 01 Sep 1890, Mon,
  3. Page 2

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