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|Johnstown Tribune, 19 Jul 1875, Contributed by Lynne Canterbury|
At Gallitzin, this morning, the Pittsburgh Express west struck a tramp names Charles Stabler, and injured him in such a manner as to product his death shortly afterward. The deceased was a native of Holland, and aged about thirty-five years. He was walking on the track at the time the fatal accident occurred, and stepped to the south track to avoid a freight train, when the Pittsburgh Express came along and inflicted the wounds from which he died.