ront of the boiler, tearing away the smoke-stack, and otherwise damaging the engine.
The first car of the rear train was forced into the third.
So complete was the wreck of this car that it seems miraculous that any one of its occupants escaped death or serious wounds.
One man was instantly killed in this car. Many of our citizens repaired to the scene of disaster and rendered all the aid in their power.
The following are the names of the sufferers:
Harvey Givins, scalded; and since dead.
Samuel P. Heath, slight concussion.
Samuel Jones, severe concussion about back.
Edwin Robinson, severely injured about chest.
Robert Waters, leg slightly bruised.
William Leathers, face burnt.
F. M. Koss, slight wound.
S. F. Phillips, back, hip, and left shoulder.
A. D. Cassay, left leg slightly bruised.
Frederick Brown, concussion of chest, (serious.)
Bernard Partridge, slightly hurt.
George W. Kent, compou