Clipped From The Courier-Journal
CupU w. u. ad Dots, injured, is one of the best known citirena of Louisville, He was once Prosecuting Attorney of the City Court, and be is now ft member of the law firm of Abbott & Eutledge. Ilia home is at 1342 New Broadway. Mrs. Fenley resided with her daughter. Mrs. Abbott Jud L W. Edwards telegraphed to his wile last nisht that Le was all right snd would be home soon. He is th Chancellor of the Louisville Chancery eoiirv The party left here on August 8 for a trip to Boston and the watering places of the East, nnd were -to -to have returned Lome in few days. Mrs. Andrew Kar- Kar- net t waa to have gone with the. party; but on expres.-nin expres.-nin expres.-nin carried the trunk to the -wronc -wronc depot anl alio staved at home, thus providentially escaping death or injury. During, Mr. OBear Frnley's absence Col. Ihi'inas J. ood will set as caahier of the Citizens National i'-anic. i'-anic. i'-anic. llelore leaving last rii;ht Mr. Oicar Fenley trle:raol.ed to the rxilrnad au thorn ies to have the bodies of t! dead emimlmcd and sLi?.pcd to Louiville ty ef rc.