William Steininger death article
Will G. Steiningcr, son of Capt. Jacob Steiningcr, met with an accident accident last Saturday, the 27th, which resulted in his death a few hours after the accident. Ip tho afternoon of the 25th Capt. Jacob Steininger received the following telegram : "Tulare, Cal., A merry Christmas and a happy Now Year to all at i home." Signed Ed and Will. Another telegram received on the mqniing of tho 27tu from Fresno, Cal., said: William seriously injured in railroad accident, am witli him,'' signed K. A. Steiningcr. On the same date another message was received from Edward saying, William was badly hurt and died at 2:80 p. in. that day and would be buried at Tulare. The following following special to the Globe-Democrat explains tho accident: "Fresno, Cal., Dec. 27, A collision occurred last night three miles north of this city between a freight train ami two wild engines. Brakeman Lafferty was instantly instantly killed. Engineer John Moore and Fireman Steiningcr jumped. The latter was terribly mashed and cannot live.1' William was a native of this ilty, was well and favorably known, and the news of his sudden death was received witli sadness. The family family have the deepest sympathy of this community.