Mrs. D. Bader; 18 Nov 1885

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Mrs. D. Bader; 18 Nov 1885 - -to A Narrbw Escape. 'What. might ciflent this...
-to A Narrbw Escape. 'What. might ciflent this morning, "was prevented" by tb5e Jterfnc 'ccindxict.Qf a railroad; brakeman. ;r : It »seems that Mrs.;!).: Bader, accompanied by .'her twelve-* yea£-61d son, Joseph, were-driving. fibni the Bader! farm, :two miles ; s6uth of.' ( tjfi§ city, · and;a,sthe;y'; were ·{ " over the Fifth street cros " taclied; ^hat' had been off, stru;pk;, ^h'e^buggy, The 'horse, vehicle vehicle and' occu pants were dragged in brakemaV;Sprang;to thp rescue/'By'.' rakm f streiiglk'lae :: threw 'the :buggy'_ fi : c-m the track, and the awtul that seemed toimminent, was averted, the...occupants escaping uninjured, although although the brakeman received operation." Dr.. is sprained arm in the Larimore- attended t^ - Qtlll if". 1 '-'of and to the brave fellow's fellow's hurt. 1 ?, and it is hoped that will not .experience much inconvenience inconvenience ffqm'ttie sprain. The 0,11^^is at Foo$'jfc B^ad^ock's underg6ing:r^- paii-s. ·'·· A narrow: escape indeed. .·.'·'· · " ' ···'·' : ..-; .- ····-.··» : .'··::'": : '.

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  1. The Newark Advocate,
  2. 18 Nov 1882, Sat,
  3. Page 4

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