Disaster Clipping from Boston Sunday Post, Sun, Sep 26, 1897.

Clipped from US, Massachusetts, Boston, Boston Sunday Post, September 26, 1897

NO CHANGE AT MOBILE.MOBILE, Ala., Sept. 25.—The week closes without any material change in the situation in Mobile. There were five new cases of yellow fever today, all in the original district, as follows: FlorenceBarlow, E. H. Kinslow, Lulu Kurn, Adolph Muntz, Joseph Mangold. The total cases have been 46; total deaths officially announced, 7; discharged as recovered, 23; remaining under treatment, 18.150 WERE KILLED.SHOT BY STRAY BULLET.LYNN, Sept. 25.—George Reardon, 10 years old, while walking alone in Lynn woods this afternoon, was struck in the right arm by a stray bullet fired probably by some gunner. The wound was such a severe one that young Reardonfainted, but recovered and managed to ;nreach the city, where his condition was seen by a policeman, who sent him to the hospital. It is thought that he will recover.lt;tBOMBAY, Sept. 25.—Recent advices from the scene of the wreck of the bridge of the Bangalore-Mysore railroad near Maddur indicate that 150 persons were killed and fourteen injured. Seven- ! lt;ty persons escaped. Most of those killed , ] and injured were natives. The train, which was crossing the bridge at a considerable rate of speed, was entirely submerged by the'waters of the river.