t twelve o'clock yesterday, a frightful accident occurred on Ninth street, north of Main.
A hack, in which were Mrs. Samuel D. Denoon and her son-in-law, Mr. George Crutchfield, who had been to the Capitol on business, left the Square, and on passing lown Ninth street, the driver pulled his horses to one side for the purpose of and throwing off the driver, whose right arm and leg were very badly cut and bruised.
In this condition the horses dragged the hack lown to Main street, while Mr. Crutchfield made an unsuccessful effort to get out, with the view, if possible, of stopping the infuriated animals.
Mean while some citizens managed to check and secure ntly restored, she was sent to her residence.
Her injuries are not necessarily dangerous, although to a person of her advanced age the shock was very great.
Mr. Crutchfield also received some slight injuries.
The horses attached to this hack were known to be high spirited, having run away on one or two previous occasions, and sh