1892 Charles Sites
Fireman Charles Sites, of W. M. R. R. locomotive, No. 41, while leaning out of tho cab window was struck on the head at . Horst's bridge Wednesday evening. A gash was cut on his head from above the right eye to the top of the head. He is now at his home in Williamsport, Md. Edward Fahnestock, an employe of the wood department at the C.V. R. R. shops, in Chambersburg, died yesterday. It is said that Conductor Ed. Burns, of the C. V. R. R., will be made general traveling aent for the road.