NP, ASCY 3/30/1862

From the Southern Confederacy (Atlanta, Ga.)
March 30, 1862
   The {Savannah} Republican also reports that a gravel train on the {Savannah, Albany &} Gulf Road, about 145 miles from Savannah, on Wednesday morning early, ran over two men named Wm. R. and Thomas Keen, brothers, and furloughed soldiers, who were both intoxicated and lying on the track. The train carried them to the hospital at Savannah, where one of the soon died. The other is dreadfully mangled and can hardly recover.