Madison, FL Passenger Train Wreck, Dec 1898

CATTLE ON THE TRACK.

SIX PERSONS KILLED BY THE WRECKING OF A PASSENGER TRAIN IN FLORIDA.

Jacksonville, Fla., Dec. 15. -- A passenger train on the Florida Central & Peninsular railroad was wrecked this afternoon near Madison, caused by a collision with cattle on the track. Six persons were killed as follows:
F. H. CHANDLER, engineer.
JAMES EVANS, colored, fireman.
JOHN T. SULLIVAN, of St. Augustine, attache of the army.
REV. MR. S. H. COLEMAN, a colored preacher of Jacksonville.
JOHN A. RHOADES, colored, of Pensacola.
ALFRED AUSTIN, colored, of Charles.

Kansas City Journal Missouri 1898-12-16