SERIOUS RUNAWAY. Mrs. J. . Finney Thrown From a Baggy anil Badly nurt. About 11 o'clock on Monday a serious runaway accident occurred at the corner of Market and Washington streets, by which Mrs. J. M. Finney was badly injured, as briefly noted in Monday evening's ItEPfn- L1C. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Finney, who reside two miles east of Clifton, were driving north on Market street, when their horse became frightened at a passing Pan Handle train. Mr. Finney succeeded In controlling the horse until the train had passed, but was unable to hold biui longer. The frightened animal whirled suddenly from Market Into Washington street among the side tracks of the Pan Handle. The buggy was overturned a d its occupants dashed violently out. Mrs. Finney was badly bruised and had her left ami broken, and Mr. Finney was bruised considerably about the head. The buggy was badly demolished. demolished. Drs. A. and Charle Dunlap dressed the Injuries of Mr. and Mrs. Fin ney.