Clipped From The Courier-Journal
- ma CRvoRTcnara mrurs. The must unfortunate party was the family of Oscar Fenley, of Louisville, UCy. Ills wife, three children, mother and maid were in the party. His mother was killed outrLjht, two of his children have since died at the hospital, his wife U so seriously injured that she may die st any moment, and his other child snd the maid aro bot'u injured. The friends of Sirs. George C Hazel-ton, Hazel-ton, Hazel-ton, cf Washington, wife of Conro-s- Conro-s- Conro-s- Conro-s- man Hazclton, and her son John 11 ased nineteen, are anxious in regard to them, although indications are that they are safe. They were two of a party of tea stopping at the Springfield House, Kantucket, and trltd very hard to get the rest of the party to come with tlicm, but were the only ones who took the fated train. It is thought they took the Pullman and so escaped. xiors mesi thax wcve.v. It is noticeable that the dead number more men than women, and L'ut number will be about as many dead as seriouoly izJir;L Tvcjvn boi y ;ro tslca out.