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AN AWFUL ABYSS.
Made More Hideout by the Pres
ence of its Bruised and
A Blinding Snow-Storm, a Heav
. ily Loaded Train, a Rotten
Stringer, and a Mighty
Plunge Into Eter
nity. Followed bv Chaos. Shrieks of
Agony, and Dancing Flames
Disfiguring the Dead.
; T (.atSMSraabsr In Detail.
' ' (Special TeleRram,)
OBTAINED WITH UIFKICI LIV.
AsHlAHii.i, O., live. 30. The most
horrible railroad catastrophe Unit ever
happened in the United States, if not in
the whole world, occurred here last even
Traiu No. &, the PadAc'ex press, on the
Lake Shore and Michigan Southern rail
road, Conductor B. Heiin, of Buffalo, was
Oue here trom the east ut 5:15 p.m. on
yesterday. It consisted of two first-class
totches, oue .mokiojj car, one drawing
iooti oar, three sleeping cars, and tour
tip-ess and basrjrnge cars, drawn by two
loconotivet , the JSocrates and Cohnnblia
TUB Ft'RIOl'J SNOW 8T0UM
whlci raged all day and night made the
train vbout two hours late. The Lake
shores ilroad bridge over the Ashtabula
river," short distance east of the station,
was aron truss bridgo ol 155 teet span.
(10 feet ove the level of the water, and
built lnS64. The train came upon this
bridge about7:15 p.m., and as the foi
ward engi.e,th Socrates, was Hearing
TH WW-.K OAVK W AV
with an awful cr, which was heard by
many persons up mvn. a distance of
oue mile, though course, they did
Dot know what wa lie cause of the
sound they heard, e engineer ot the
Coward locomotive, niel McGreiu, lelt
the shock, and Imnau.is hrew open
the throttle to Us 1st extent, and so
ehot ahead on the Irtent iu safety,
brcadng the coupg''1 connecting
Ub. the engine Uitbla, which was
umedntely behind, nivhidi, with all
tie&W the traiu, :lrccipitcd Into
the abywlththo fall bridge. The
passengerswho escaiy the whole
was o sulden that? remembered
of C a ion? dis-
tauce before th-y stri ,
at tub n't
Mr. J. A. Manning'"''1'' of the
waterworks at the' was Rt 1,10
Lake street orossinf t,me' 8aw U"
train coming, and r"; H,e 8a'
the tbird car fr.ni 'ar fe" Bnd 8tood
went over intl,,e llre eeined to
break mjmW tr third car, spread
,n Wfy. He was the first
V, . hi fi, iu ltui.ll me
jgb the r2ttViuTWiTmllJutT
ou0 It wa?on the east siitf r.t
river, which ""ne M w WP Bn(1
Were -t,''cl almost instantly, but the
.,,- was drifted so deeply that it was
. some minutes be! ore even those w ho
lived nearest could reach the scene, and
then they could do nothing more than
help the surviving passengers to escape.
Lines of men were formed up the steep
banks, covered with deep snow, and thus
as quickly as possible the reseui'd persons
were brought up and taken to hotels and
private houses. The tire companies
urncd out and the engines were hauled
dow u through the drills, but lung before
they could arrive
THtKK W AS no itoi r.
Left of saving and lives. Tiny were
ready and anxious to throw water upon
the raging names, but were ordered not
to do so. It is but ju-t to uilj that some
w ho were iu the wreck fully believe that
more lives coulU nave been saveU it the
engines had played upon the Humes
when they were forbidden to do so, and
their belief is based upon what they
themselves saw and the cries of the
wounded which they themselves heard.
The scene was
awh i. bi.vovd ut.m i:ipi io.v.
iKiWit In the deep and narrow valley
raged the tierce flames like an opening
to the internal regions, while ever and
anon the shrieks of the pour mtli rers
could be heard by tho-e iirarvst to the
wm W and even the tonus of one or two
ot litem could be juite jiluinly seen,
though they were beyond the reach of
human aid. The most
are told. (Several persons lirmly wedged
U'tweeu heavy timbers, yet not mortally
hurt, were burned U death belure the
')wul helpless bystanders. A man, a
woman, and a child are now known to
have died in this wy. A man was
roasted for lull half an hour, uttering the
tuost pitiful cries for aid meanwhile be
lore death came. One of the most re
nin k able escapes recorded Is that of a
Keutlcinau, one of a party of four playing
whist In a double seat. Two of hi com
ji&ulotis were crushed and the third, was
mortally hurt, but he escaped uninjured.
Were taken from the wreck alive and not
fatally Injured. There was no one to
AU the witnesses so far agree to the
uiala facts ot the acrldeut. It was about
6 oYlock, and the traiu was moving along
lit a moderate rate of speed, the Ashta
bula station being )ut this si J of the
ravine. Suddenly, and without warning,
the tram plunged Iu the abyss, the fur
ward locomotive alone getting across iu
safety. Almost lusUntly the lamps and
eiovee set fife to the cars, nud many w ho
were doubtless ouly stunned, and who
culgbt otherwise have Urn sived, tell
ink rrkvor iu riAur .
Oa tb arrival of the Cu veland train
the surgeon of the road organized bis
torps of assistants and made atour ot the
Various hotel, where the wounded w as
attended to, such help being Riven to
taeh as was possible. The people of
Aslhnbula lent a willing hand, and all
that human skill ami money could do to
save life or ease pnln was done. The
train w hich come from Cleveland for, the
purpose was Immediately backed into
position, and bng before daylight the
wounded were bring preimrfd for trans
portation to Cleveland, to lie sent to hos
pitals or their homes. The scenes amonfi
the wounded were as suggestive, almost,
as the wreck in the valley.
THKTW'OHOTKI.S f ' ' ; j
nearest to the station contained the ma-
ioritv ot these, as tliey wen- scaiiereu
about on temporary beds on the tlooi s of
the dining-rooms, parlors and otl'ut.
In one place a man with a broken kg
w ould be under the hand? of the surgeon,
who rapidly and skillfully went at his
work. Iu nnotker, a mnn covered with
bruises and spotted over with pieces ol
plaster, would look ns though he had
been snowed upon, except when the dark
lines of blood across his face or limbs
told a different story. Iu some other
corner a poor woman moaned from the
pain which sho could not conceal, while
over all there brooded that bushed feel
lug of aw e which always accompanies ca
lamities of this character. Toward morn-
Inj the cold Increased ami the wind blew
A FICAIU I t. DALE,
Which, with the snow that had drilled
waistdeep at points along the line, mad
all work extremely difficult. At 0 o'clock
the beds In the sleeping car of the special
train were made up and such of the
wounded as could be moved were trans
ferred there. From an interview with
Mr. Charles Collins, the chief civil engi
neer of the road, I loam that the bridge
was a Howe truss, built entirely of iron
and eleven years old. It was 0! lect above
the water, and had an arch 150 feet long
in the clear, the whole length' of the
bridge being 157 feet. It has lieen te.-ted
with six locomotives, and at the time of
the disaster was considered as being in
a perfect condition. It was built In the
Cumberland shops. Mr. Collins gives no
opinion as to the cause of the itent.
expressing himself c tx-tnir utterly una
ble o to do. He estimates t:ie loss in the
bridge alone as being near $75,kiO, but
has no opinion as to the total lo-s l the,
TliKurl Sew Worker.
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lice. ' w-3l
litres, Charles l. Al ter uud Liua At.
Arter, his wife, by their eeituiu sale inorl
gae'e, executed aiiil ilcli rre.l to the unJi i
igueil, ou the until iiay ol I lecemher, A.
It. 1875, diil, lur the purpue ol M-euriiif,' u
certain promisor)' note tin-rein mentioned,
morlae. to the uudereiueU the loiloint'
dNcribed piemlais, to-MU: Lot nuiu
hersJ thirty (M) and tinny oue ( ilj, Iu
block numbered lilt) -one (51), In tin' city
ot Cairo, liliuoix ; mid wherea-, ileluult lias
been limde iu the payuti-ul ol i-aiil note ;
now, tuerttore, in pur-uaucent the anllioi
ity couferred liy said sale iiK.rtruk'e, I will
ncII the above dest ribe reiuics,' at ru'"
lie vendue, to the liifUext bidder, lor ai-h
iu hand, at l tie dour ot the Court House,
In the lit)' of Cairo, Illinois, on aturdnv,
February A, A. I, ls;;; at the hour ol 'i
o'clock p.iu. of Kitid day, .nd rale to lie
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Ureen A . ill.ert, Attorneys,
January :i. Ib77 d 'M d
WM. TKl(i(i & CO
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B. T. Blake
r?aiuts, Oils, Varuishes,
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?h OMmt F.sUUULed Anoy In SoutrJ
- rn Illinois, revreaeutmir ovr
fas ooo ooo
MT. OARBON(Blg Muddy)
Orders for Coal by the car-load
t,on, or in hogsheads, for dhipment
arouiptlv attended to.
$&To large oonsumets and all
nanufacturerB, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by tho
uonth or year, at uniform rates.
CAIKO CITY UOAL COMPANY.
I f-llalliday Bro
a 'iflBce, Vi). 7i)lilo I.evee.
Hairiday llro 'n whurt boat.
t t'tr iiIihii Mil il. or
Ij-At tliv Coal Duiiiji, foot of TlilitV KIkIiHj
tJ-l'ont Oiltw Oriiwer. ."Srt.
JOHN H. MDLKEY,
4tforiicy at Law.
OITKlcK : At n-nidrne on Ninth Mii'H, ltwn
W uslniitoa mVi-iiuc und Walnut sliw-l.
"Thu KiiiK of all Vublioationa Inn und
for tho Youuk on Kitbor Side of tha
Atlantic." Soiiiliaiiqilon (KiUn.l) OI.;nvir,
The tbird Vcluoie oftbi ineouiparublo
Mat'aiue Is now completed. With its
elfiht hundred royal octavo r, W.Su.WilH
ilii, "its shorter Htnrierf, poems, amt sketches,
etc pt n lt" -.i oiooiui; ol led
and V"ld,' it is the imwt splendid eitt boiik
for boys and cirls ter lued trom the
press. ' I'riee, : in full jrilf, .
"ivr. Nicholas n lull ol the rhoiee-t
things. Tho piililieation is, iu all respect,
ttie lust of its kind. We h:ie never yet
seen a nuiuber thai was led nrpiiliit'iy
good." 'I he Chuiebiiiau, llirtlord, C'ouu.
St. Nicholas for 1877,
Which opens with Smcinber, l.'.i!, begins
A hliort uiol h i y eiituriuiiiiin; serial from
the French, "I lie Kiocdom ot the lruely,"
a story adapted to the Thanksgiving seu,on.
Aiiother aerial, ol ali"or)diiv interest lo lo
"HIS OWN .MAslKK.'
Hy J. T. Trowbridire,
author of Dm "Jaek ilaird Stories," be.
gins in the t liiiMuias Holiday Nuuil.i r.
liehiiles serlid -lories, fhriHtnibt siiuii-s
lively sketches, poems and pictures lor the
holidiya, and some :itoiiiKliinir illiKtrutton
ol iri.'iitalport.w itn draw in(s l. Siamese
Tli 9 Chvibtiuau Holiday Number of
su-il,ly i il 11 t i4l .-' I . loiituirjs tin) iiitir
'THK li:YS (iK MY UOWUm.i1, '
I'.y William ulleii liiyalit ;
'The Uoi Hotel," u liely ailnle, by"
( liar li t. A. HiiiiaiU, splendidly illu-traied ;
"Tli oek iii tho cky." by l!i hard A.
I'roetor; "A ('liii-lriiaa I'lay "for llouiei or
Sunday-seliocU,'- by )r. K-itfleton ; The
I'eterkiua' hristiua Tree," by l.ueietia
l. Hale; "I'oi try and 1,'uroU of Winter,"
by l.ucj l.ari uiii, with picture,.
Do Not Fall to Buy St. Nirholaa fur thu
ChrUtmaa Holtduya. Price iib eta.
During thu year there will l.e iiilere-tiug
papers lor lo, by Wiliitm cull, n liryuiil,
loholi. Wblttier, Thorns Hughes, William
Howilt, Dr. HoiSaud, lieore .MarDoBuld,
S:iulord It. Hunt, KruiiU It.' Stockton, and
There mII be stories, sketches, und
poems, of special interest to rirl, by liar
riel Tresiiolt spotlurd, mikhii t'oolidce,
Sarah Winter ivellot?e, liiiatieth Siumt
I'helpi, Louisa Alfidtt, I.U. retia J. Hale,
t'elia i haxter, Mary .Manes Dodi'O, aad
Uiauy others, 'I here w ill be abo
"TWKI.VE SK I'D 1 1 ItKS.'
By 1'rofesaor I'rodor, the Astrocomer,
with maps, showing "The stars ol ha. h
Month," w iileh will he likely I) aurpans iu
liitcri i-t any seriei. on popular . u u e re
cenUy given to the public.
Auiuaemeot and liiKtruetlou, with Fun
and I'rollo, and Wit and Wisdom, will tie
winkled aa heretofore, and M'. Nu ilul is
will continue to delight the Jmu and (five
pleaxiire to tliu old.
TDK LONDON J.ll Kit A ItY WOl'.l D
" There Is no uiai:sine tor the youn tbut
imu be aid to equal thl choica projuutioo
of S Ml utilCH't ires. All the articles,
whether In prose or rhyme, are throbbing
with vit titty. ' " ' 1 he literature und
urtutic IllUktraliona are botb Niiperb "
1 he London Daily Neaa aay : "We Wl.h
we ruiihj point out iu iqual in our own
GOOD NKWS Kult HOYS AND ilKI.
To meet the dctuuud for a cheaper til.
Mit iiiitan Oilt-Hook, the price of vols. I
and II has beau reduced to v-l each. The
three volume, iu an clc-mit lihrary cae,
are sold tor 4 to (in full Ut. fl'n, so that ail
may gie Uielr ihililreu a rompleta set.
These vobiiue contain more attractive ma
terial than lift y dollar' worth ol the ordl fl
uty children' books.
suberlption price, f 1 a year. The three
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Lit I UN Kit A C
T rlroadwav. X. V.
When ScttmxEK Issued its (mnous Mid
summer llolldiiy Number in July, alriendly
criti j sid of It : "We are uol sura but that
Si itiuKCU baa touched hiL'li-water murk.
We d ) not ,ee w hut Worlds are left to it to
conquer. Kill, the iuhllshers do not con
sider tnat they hue rcar-hed the ultima
tbule of excellence they believe "there are
other worlds to conquer, ami they proo-e
to conquer ttielii."
I he urosiieetus l.r the lie volume gives
tha titles ol more thsn liitv i:.ners i mostly
or-tritedt, by writers ol the highest merit.
I nder the head of '
wo h:ie "A Winter on theiie,'? hyUeu.
Mi.Clellau; ".--aunleririgi. Ahuiil Coimtantl
notde," liv t'hiuie Dudley Wat iter; "Out
of .My Window at Moscow ,"' by LngeDe
Mhuyier: "An American in inrKisian,
etc. 'I'liree seiiul stories are unnuuueed: .
Ity Dr. Holland, the Kditor,
w linse story of "ScvenoaKs " tc tlia hltfjj
est sati-Ui tioil to the icideta ol the
The scene el this luted novel is lidd on
tlic banl.s of the HiuNon I tie hero is a
vouuu iiiau who has been always "tied to a
woman's ntroii strioys," but w ho, by the
deiith of Ids nmthef, is left alone in the
world to di in on the eiirreiitol lite with
a Inrttine. but without a liuroose.
Another eii:il. "His Inberilnee." by
.Miss Tralton. w ill lieitin on the roinplctiou
ol "That l.so t.owrie7s, by .Mrs. uoili?
son llurnett. Mrs. Burnett's iory, beimn
in Aui-'iist, hss a pathos und dmmatic power
w hich liavc been a stiri'ne toiuc iiuniii1
'1 here is to !e u ei ies of original and ex
quisitely illustrated paper ol "t'opuliil
en "e," liv lrs,
iileie In iin It,
Herii k, eah pai.er coin
There are tube, fiom v
riou- pens, papers
" Home Lite ami Travel
iiraeticul stiirsfestion-i as to town and
country life, village Improvement", etc., ly
.Mr. Mil liard's articles on various Indus'
tries ot (I rent Britain Include the history of
".some Lxrienmeuts in c:o-oier:tion.
Seotii-h Louf Kaetory" in the November
number, and "Toad Lane. Kocttdale," in
Decemhi.'r. Other papers arc, "The Itriti-h
Workinimian s Home, "A .atiouoi no
keeperi" "ila'ieuuy a Week for the Child,
A ri. hlv Illustrated Tories will tie given on
"Amerlean -noits by K lood and I- lelil. iy
Varioii" writers. uiol each ou aUlllereiit
llieuie. The siihjcel of
"Houaehold and Home Decoration"
will have a prominent place, whilst the
production" ot American hiiinorils will ap
pear from month to month. The li t of
idiorter stories, biographical and other
kketches, etc, is a Ioiil' one.
'1 he editorial department w ill continue to
t-liiploy the able-t pens both at home and
abroad. There w ill be a serie of letters on
literarv matters from London, by Mr. Wel-
The puijcs of the inaa.ine. w ill be open,
a hel'etiore, to lar a limited space will
permit, to the di.eii'slnn of all theme af
fe.i tiiij,r the social and religion hie ol the
world, audfpcciallv to the freshest thought
ol the hi'i-tian thinkels and scliul ir- ol
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and generous ju all it- utterances and itillu
eiit'ts, and a more welcome visitor than
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ANNOUNCEMENT FOR 1877
The number for Januaty begins the nine
teenth volume of the Magaine, and while
Its paat record will. It Is hoped, be ueemeil
a sutlielent KUarantee of future excellence,
no etlorts will be spared to diversity Its at
traction and to provide au liirreused sup
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THE HORRORS AN II alTALMNIi ACflhENTS
Duiiy tiabsplrinK In the use of the Oils now
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sulJ as Illuminators, which ars biide from
at the I'tttrburb FxpsMtbui ; sti I was
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TI.e T.liiuoi,j' i,l tbe W tole Woil l.
"I IiuJiio,h-UU- ; Hi.llowsy' Flllstsveiuea
S Lrmt) uut '
iitir Tills ute lutrvtlo.is."
I srit.l lt,r i,ull..-i lux, und w-u tlifUi lu Le
Ur. nttllowsy Us cuiej n,y liei ltt.t tut
"I kv tine ..I your I'ill to my ,Kbe iur rh(,:
rm iit.ii bus Ihe.Uur ItiUr ii. un ot hii iu
" My rntusul ttiuriiluM i. t'uitl "
M mirtu.i of H..lloj' umiiuei.1 c.tre.l me (
ol myelin tl.r hed l iulil.e.1 sinii. .if vmtr
Uiuuubut b. Imul the ear, ami the UOi eh un
fuiiiUy.'',4r,ob'',lr"i ' Wa'" "Uc ," 'jr
'1 enclose a .Ii.IUi ; your uri.e U i: tul. but
ll. Iiit.llilue ttiiue I Mtirtli s.loilai '
'heittl uie rlv lid rs of your I'ih '
"11 ute I. me tlnee bot of your Till l,y re
turn mail , l.tr I hill aud fever "
- I ttavrovt.r2Mi suota trstiHmoial as tU.t 1st
Want of spu r i oil ls iur to I'oiii liiiir.
For Cutaneous Disorders,'
And all fruptious of tits kiu, tlii ointmtut is
most iuvaluable. It U.h uot lual axuruaily
aloue, but iM-iit-tralea i tit Hit- liio.l n.rLluus
ruWu lo Ibt vry root ul tlw eril. O
Imuriul.iy cure tlie following di-.ra
Disorder of the Kidneys.
in ull disfait-s uff.TtluK tliese organ, bnl.r
tlifj. .Mnie tun mtirli or loo liui water; or
Mltellirr Ibry be alllintwl Hilli stouv tr Klatrl, or
Willi arlii d I pmu settltsl .ii Hit- loiu on i tl.e
region of Hit, kidney, lltete fills nbould b ta
keu aixiordiBK to Ilia irintrt dirts'lu.n, i..l tb
Uintineut Itoul.l be well rubbed luto ttie small oi
ll.t- Wk ai bed time, Tli. tmatiut-ut will nit
al iii.i.l iiuuiediale reiki' btti ull ollicf situaui
For Ftomachs Out of Order.
No metlicin will o eflectually Improve (be
l.uie ol'tlie atoiuacb a tlteae I'ill; they reiiMVe
all acidity oo:aioiied rillier by iutaiuurraui 1
improper diet. I bey reach tbe liver and rtJm
it to a Uealtl.y action; they are wontlerfully rrtit -loiia
in rase of atlu-lu faet Uiey never Uil iu
curing all dtanrdera of tlie liver and BtonuMi.
HuI.LoWAY'S I'll.LS are tlie beat known .u
tl.e world lor tha following tlisease i Afut.
Aslliiuu, lliliou t ofnplauiu, lllott'hca ou lite
sliu, Uowela, lonsuiuption, tttbilliv, lrop',
Dyseulery, klryaipela. feitule IrrrifUliti Hie
ever of all kind, fit, tioul, lleadiube, lu'li-m-ation,
iDflaiumaiiou, Jau..di.e, l.iver loiu
plainti, l.umbatfo, I'lle. JUteuiutiiu. Ktieu
lion ol uriue, .urofuU or hing's Kvtl. pie
'ibroats. htoue aiitl l.mv.. Tiivllouloureux.
Tuiuot, I Ivera, Woriuaof all kiuds, Weakun
I t utu any eaiie, ate.
None are genuine uul "ie altcnuture of J
Itayiliii'k, a aueat for the L ulled Mate, ur-
rouud eaeb box ot I'll!, aud illuluteiu. A
limi.Uume rewanl will be y in u Ki any one rsu
deriuv aufii iuforiuatiun as uiay lead Iu lb
dficcuou of auy party or parties t'otiuteiliiilug
the uiedb'ine or vvuJiug Ike aalue, kuuwiu
llietu lo lie spuriou.
iiiM at the nnuuUciory of rr.feiaor HL
Loiv at Co., Nr ut k, aud by all te.pectablu
(kUKKinU au.l dealer lu lued.ctue ibronttUont
the uinliied World, iu bose al ' cent,
iiils aud (I eaeit.
I r Tuere I colts id.'Mbk' saving by twins'
larger ie. ...
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In every disorder are adiied lu ea'b;bo
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