Clipped From The Brooklyn Daily Eagle
TUSEKWKECKKES AM K9BBEUS. Three men, bolie.ved to bo tramps, aro bent on wrecking railroad trains and holding up podes - trians at a point botwoeu Amityville and Massa - pequa. They woro dcteotod Friday night placing obstructions on tho track whero tho Unqua station station UBed to be. When disturbed they disappeared disappeared in tho wood, leaving a lot of old iron loose between the rails. Tho man who saw it told of it ip Amityville, andB. S. Carpenter, Clinton Ingteo and Ira Parkinson went out and removed it. On another occasion Clinton Ingleo found a lump of iron strapped to the rail by wire in such a way as might have run tho engine into the ditch. William Birch, jr., says he was waylaid by three men near whore tho attempt was made to wreck tho train. Ho was stripped of his coat and vest. Tho garments would not fit the tramp who wanted them and they were given baok to Mr. Birch.