Clipped From The Weekly Wisconsin
of a BrooMeld Farmer Gets in Front of a Wisconsin Central Train, SUFFERED INTERNAL INJURIES, Henry Borriheimer Narrowly Escapes a Fatal Accident at Arcadian Avenue Crossing. Wnukeshft. Wis., Oct. 27.—[Special. ] — While on his Way to tovvu this muruiug 'Hcni.7 Bornheimer, who lives in the town pf Xtn Berlin, about oue mile from the Village of Braokfield, was fit ruck by n southbound Wisconsin Central train which reaches here r.t 10:13 n. m. He was driving and the engine struck his wagun. Completely demolishing it uud throwinc lim to. the ground ivith pi-rut vinli'iin-. Tlu> accidfiit ocfiirrctl uwir the Ar»nliuu avenue croKsing, where thy vir\v of the trapk coiuiiiK i-ast is jinrtiiilly ijbstrurtct] by the Arcadian SpraiKS liuiWinp. BomheHiicr'8 hip .was i-ruslu'd mid he feri'lvid faturnal iujiirles froin \vhieh }\K may nol n-cnvor. Hi- WHS imai••dialolr Jliokpu up nnii tiikeii lu the Modi 1 Ijal,. r.v, •tt'llifli is iiwnc'd liy his son. \Villiniii. Shortly after he was tuUeu to his home lienr Brookliuld. Bornhi'inii'r is tin old settler in tin COUuty. He iias u \\llv and two children. (me of whom is proprietor of the Model bakery in this city.