carriage accident involving isaac trinder and family.
And Tartan Other lUinis l Mow and HoMlpi of Mora or lM IntartMl Plcfcarttpfcf "The Snn'r" Kiurttrf. '' A Frightful Runaway Araltlent. One of the most serious runaway ac cldenU that liait happened lu Parsons for a long time occurred at noon yesterday. I. W. Trlnilor, formerly of tli is city, but now living at Clianute, wait driving west on Corning avenue with his wife and baVy with Judge lilt. Webb's team and surrey, and when in front of the National Mills the horses became frightened at tliu in-coining passenger train from Coffcy-vllle. Trinder got out of the surrey and went to their heads to quiet them, when they made a midden turn, lifting him from his feet and started on the run eatit on Corning avenue with Trin-dei' hanging to their bits. x The team kept in thu middle of the street, dragging Trimler along at a break-neck speed, and a number of people who witnessed the awful posi-tion of the unfortunate man were powerless to aid him. When the horses readied the residence of J. S. Pfelffer, Trlnder's strength was exhausted and he dropped to the ground. Heeing her husband ou the ground Mrs. Trinder at once jumped from the carriage with the baby in her arms anil was rendered unconscious by the full, but the baby was only slightly bruised. Dr. Rock hold hud just reached his home, which is across the street from Pfelffer's, and hurriedly went to their assistance as did a number of other neighbors. Mrs, Trinder was carried to the porcli of .1. H, I'feilfer'a residence, as was also her husband, and all the help possible given them. Until Trinder and his wife were badly in j 11 rod on the back of the head, but tiie injuries, while serious, are not cousid ered dangerous, irinders face was also badly bruised and his right eye hurt. The horses run to the east end of Corning avenue, thuuee into the park to the north feuue, where they ran Into a tree and stopped uninjured. J broken pole was about the extent of the damage to the surrey, which was not overturned during tiie runaway.