Clipped From The Courier-Journal
the List being recovered at a:45; t';re have died since, and five more m;y die. making twenty provable detiis ss the result. There are about twenty-five twenty-five twenty-five on the lUt of injured, and Fome of whom are not serintifcly enough wounded to Vks at the hopitaL Electric lights and gasoline gasoline Limps were erected at the fcone as soon as it began to grow dark. The work men rapidly threw tlio switch track near the outward main track far enough out to allow train to p:iRs the wreck. At 10 p. m. this temporary track was com- com- plotcd, and after an hour outward trains wire sent by the main line. A telegraph operator was sent to tho scene of tbo sccident and the train dispatcher in Boston wao constantly informed of the condition of affairs, and his little round tent was eonspicuoua on the bank, and, lighted by a Caring gtusoline lamp, was sort of center of operations, the wreck ing train standing b,iilo it.