On Monday William Keuhn who lives at ihe corner of Spring and High st, went to work lor M. Sraebler driying coal team and wagon. With the very first load of coa], he met a painful and serioug accident. In trying to get the wagon noarer to a house where he was to dump coal, be took hold near the horseg' heads and led them forward, he walking backward, not noticing the house at hia back. The house stopped his backing up, but the team and wagon kept right on, the tongue striking him below the abdomen, on the right side of the pelvis. He heard the crack of thebone as the pubij arch snapped, and was conscious that he was severely injured. He pluckily walked about five blocks to Mr. Staebler's office, where his strength gave oat. Dr. Kapp was called. So far as it is possible to learn at presen, there ís no injury to the internal organs.