Munley, Denis 1891 Killed in mine
FATAL MINE ACCIDENT. MB. IIKNNIS MUX LEY'S FKIGHTFUL FLUNGEUOWN A SHAFT. Ha is the Man who 'Was Recently Under Arrest for Mauslnuthter John Barry Instantly Killed. Denis Munley, of West Market - street, who was recently indicted for the killing ot the into Patrick Barrett, of McDonough - avonuo, tell down the shaft known as the second opening of the Cayuga mine yester day morning, and was instantly killed. The man was engaged with others in timbering the new shaft and while thus em - ployed ths fatal aooident occurred. He fell a distance of about 2'iO feet, dropping on his bead. The skull Was fractured and the neck brokon. The shalt is a new one belonging to the )., L. W. Co., and will be operated about the oegiuuing of next month. It connects connects with the Cayuga and Is known by no other name at present than tnat given above. Munley leaves a wits and one child. He is thirty - ilve yoars of age. His wife says that ne only returned from Schuylkill oouuty whither he went after his release from the county jail a few days ago. He was noticed of late to be uuum illy morose, and retioent. MlKDICTED IHS DEATH. He predicted to his wile before going to work in the morning that something unusual unusual was going to huppen to him. She tried to dispel his fears and ohe.r him,but in vain. His actions were indicative of a munwno be lieved he wus going to his doom. Three hours later he was brought home dead. Munley's companions cannot account for his latal fail, They allege it to be one thut he could have eusily avoided. His death puts an end to the Barrett tragedy case. His guilt or Innocence cun now never be established, established, li is funeral will take place to - morrow morrow morrow afternoon. Iuterment will be made at Hyde Park. A3? AltCBBALD MAN KILLED. a B. ex C.