Clipped From Middletown Daily Argus
all of an nead in of the to phy- a restoration it ae- they and Emma PHYSICAL EXAMINATION BEFORE TRIAL. t!Â»ry 4 norrN, of Ilurir?vllltÂ», Platntlfl In a "Suit 4?;tlusr the O. aoa W , Be Kxamined Dy ^ wo Women PSiysl. ClnnÂ«. * A. V. N. Powelaop, Esq , aa Went to Hurieyville, to day, accompanied accompanied by Dr. Clara Barrue, of city, and Dr. Sarah A. Clark, of York city, and Lawyeis Wm. P. O'Neill and Thomaa Watts. Tae doctors Â»ill make a physical examination examination of Mary A. Morns, who 19 plaintiff io a suic against tbe N. O. and VV. R jail for damages for injuries claimed to have been sustained sustained at Fdtr Oiks, dcvaral years wben it is aliegea she was icjured while aligbting from a tra-o in tlon wbF-n a collisiofi was imminent. Toe ca-e w^.s tried in the Court and a j u j c m e n t for plaintiff wa-s obfiined, which the General Term affirmed. The company carried the case tbe Court of Appeals and a new waa ordered. Thia trial will probably probably take place in April. The company de-nanded th^t a nhvsioal examination of th3 plaintiff Â»bcutd made and tbe court anpuinted Powelaon referee to see tbat tne rigors of bo^h^atties were protected. Mr. O'Neill, 6t the flrrs of O'Neill Eoyce, is the plaintiff's attorney, and Mr. Watts is 'he representative of the firm of Vanamee, Wattt Vdll, attorneys f r the company. Tbe entire party was taken to Hurleyville on the O. and W. observation engine No. 26, Conductor Close in charge.