Clipped From The Courier-Journal
than an hour sfter the sc ct orcurre I, all tliat human ski'.l coull aecomplish whs done to soothe the last hours of the djing and quiet the pain of those suffering suffering from burns and wounds. CROWDING AROl'XD TBK WRECK., Up to the time the S5rial train ar rived not fifteen people in Quin-y Quin-y Quin-y had heard of the accident, but soon after peo ple began to arrive from all directions, and at about 5 o'clock, when a gans of Boston policemen arrived under clmrpo of Sergeant Thomas, of Station .4, they found an enormous crowd about the wreck, tearing the remnants of the ears to pieces and securing mementoes. The officers drove the entire mob beyond the fences above the rQbankment end kept them there with ropes snd guards. This patrol remained. on duty till 8 p. mA when Maj. Porter, of Quijcy, announced Hint ne bad suuicient men to taite omrgc. thanked the Boston contingent, served them with coffee and sent them home.