Clipped From The Courier-Journal
The first information received ia Louis I vllle of the terrible accident Jarousc little interest, as it was not known then that any one from Louisville was injured. but as eooa as the first informatioa waa received that Louisville people were injured injured there was the wildest excitement, at hundreds of people from this city are in and about Boston. - For hours the newspaper offices were called up by telephone, telephone, but they were not able to give much information until late in the night. As soon as the friends of Mr. Oscar Feuley heard of the telegrams, they went to the bank and offered to do all they could on snch a and occasion. When a Courier-Journal Courier-Journal Courier-Journal reporter called at the bank last nicht Mr. Osear Fenley and Ma brother were in the bank ia company with several friends. Mr. Osear Fenley was lying on desk, bnt he seemed calm and asked the reporter to read the tele grams received by the Courier -JournaL -JournaL Mr: Fenley and his brother, William, who is a "armer near Crescent HilL left on the Louisville and Nashville train at 3 :50 o'clock this morning for Quincy. where they expect' to arrive tonuorrow afternoon. The dead and wounded are expected to be brought back to Louis- Louis- villa Sunday. As yet no funeral ar rangements have been made. - The dead and Injured are among the beet people in the city ef Louisville. Mrs. Oscar Fenley was a daughter of Mr. Catherine Short, who lives on Fourth avenue. Reports are conflicting as ,to which of the children are killed. except that it is agreed that two have died. The Associated Press aavs that Catherine and Alice are dead, but an other telegram to Mr. Thompson says that Alice is alive. Judge Edwards, however, telegraphed that Catherine and the baby were dead, and he Is likely to be correct. The baby, Alice, was nearly two years of age. and Catherine was four years old. Eliabeth is six years old. The nurse. Lucy, a colored woman. is alive, but badly scalded. Mrs. Mary E. Fenley. who was kiKed, was about seventy years of age. Mrs. Capt. Abbots Is ber daughter, and Mr, Osear and w. Cv Fenley. her Miss Sue Fenlcr. injured, is ft beautiful young lady, the daughter of Mr. W, C Fcnlcv. ' I '