The Coroner's Jury, in the case of the Providence and Worcester Railroad collision, noticed by us last week, have brought in a verdict thus : " the said accident was the immediate result of culpable carelessness, inexperience, and want of judgment of F. W. Putnam, the conductor of the Uxbridge train." This man is quite young, had a poor borrowed watch, and had only $30 per month of wages. The Company showing,by their liberality, the care they had for passengers' lives. The jury also decided that " the whole management of the trains on said road was bad, and that there was no necessity for one crowding upon the time of another." We hope the managers of this railroad will be made to pay for their mis management