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 - HOPEFU'. TELEGRAMS. Little Elisabeth tea ley...
HOPEFU'. TELEGRAMS. Little Elisabeth tea ley aad CapU Abboir Htlil Improvlaav' 1 Mr. William Short received a telegram yesterday from Mr. Oscar Fenlcy, at (Joincy, Mag,, saying tnat his daughter. rduabeth was Improving slowly. Judfe L W. Edwards telegraphed the Courier- Courier- Journal yesterday as follows : " Capt. Abbott doing well : not oat of danger. However. Indications favorable. The following regarding the eonfiltioa of the Injured was received from1 Huston last night: The tdewsant weatlier mam'iii, haa had a most beneficial rfieot upon tl (juincy accident Uents. Tho nu:a Lucy Johnson, was Pronounced but of uauger ana, while the phrtlcans refuse-1 refuse-1 refuse-1 to say that UttK- UttK- l.ljiaVth Feniey is out of danger, still they freely aeknowt-ttim aeknowt-ttim aeknowt-ttim that her chance of recovery are now eiiiht out of ten. She is. rrrr brizht. and U steadily rr-ttuiir rr-ttuiir rr-ttuiir atroncir. ine result nas been Ojirerent with be. devoted I-itbcr. I-itbcr. I-itbcr. His siefpleas nights are telling on mm so seveiviy that ins physician physician has been compelkd to fiive hiia opiates, snd compelled Lira to take Some rest. - Capt. AdlMitt eontlnurs to ini- ini- irrove. He is still, of course, in dancer of a relapw. but to-uiaht to-uiaht to-uiaht ha la steaihlv Impmrinv - . .

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  1. The Courier-Journal,
  2. 25 Aug 1890, Mon,
  3. Page 2

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