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Delavan, WI Railroad Accident, Sept 1860

THE RAILROAD ACCIDENT.

The following list of the wounded at the railroad catastrophe at Delevan on the 14th inst., and the verdict of the coroner's jury in the case, is copied from the Delevan Journal: --

Badly Wounded:
DELOSS BECKER, Delavan.
MR. G. L. BAKER, boarding at the Exchange Hotel -- produce purchaser for eastern market -- supposed to be fatally injured; taken to the house of DR. HARRIS.
A son of JOHN MERRILL, State Line, back badly hurt.
JOHN SCHUYLER TOPPING, Darien -- leg broken.
WM. ZUILL, Johnstown -- badly hurt internally.
STICKLES, a deaf mute -- ankle broken.
GEO. PIERCE, brakeman.
MRS. ALBERT, of Darien.
MARY ANN SHANNON, Delavan, niece of MRS. SEAMAN.

Not Severely Wounded:
ISAAC FLANSBURGH, Sharon.
WM. KITELY, Sharon.
MRS. DR. GASTON, Delavan.
CAPT. R. N. WEED, Delavan.
MRS. REYNOLDS, Darien.
HENRY HUNT, Delavan.
A MR. SMITH, of Clinton.
Z. G. McCOY, deaf mute teacher, Delavan.
H. M. ROLFE, Delavan.
MRS. SMOTHERS, Darien.

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