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THE TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., FEffll UA1VX 15, 1881.
Shooklng Assault In his own House.
The CMiloiiRO Times of tho 4th lust, says :
(Jbailos Clarkson, the engineer of the Lake
Bhore dummy, was the victim of a shock
ing outrage on yesterday morning. He
lives near Colehour, on One-hundredth
street, nearly a block west of the traok.
About 4 o'clock on yesterday morning he
was awakened by his wile, who said she
heard a noise, and thought that burglars
were in the bouse. Clarksoo arose and
without dressing, seized It revolver from
undor his pillow and stepped Into the kitch
en which adjoins the bedroom occupied by.
As he opeued the door between the two
rooms be was struck in the face by a tin
cup the contents of which covered bis face,
breast, and arm. With a cry of pain be
staggered back, for the enp bad been fill
ed with vitriol, and the horrible liquid ate
into the parts touched. A portion reached
his left eye, but he caught a glimpse of
the dark forms of two men who hastily
boat a retreat. His cries brought his wife
to bis side. She at once alarmed the
neighbors who, arter making Clarkson as
easy ns possible under tho circumstances,
began searching for traces of the perpetra
tors of the deed. The tracks of two men
wearing heavy, coarse shoes were seen in
the snow and they led in the direction of
Irondalo. Tbey were followed fur some
distance and at last became lost iu the
On examination it was found that the
vitriol had oaten deeply into the flesh f
the unfortunate man, but by the assailants
having thrown the tin cup as well as the
contents but littlo roachod Clnrkson's eyes.
Tho left one is burned the worst, but tho
physicians say that neither will be deprived
of sight. The work of the assailauts bad
been deliberate, as it was found that they
'had coolly poured the vitriol from a bot
tlo, which they loft standing on the table,
into Clarksun's dinner pail. It Is clear
that they accomplished what they dosirod.
Tuoy did not come to rob the house, as
robbers come armed with something differ
ent than vitriol. Their object was to dis
llguro Clarkson and they succeeded, for
his face is marked for life
The cause of the outrage is shrouded in
mystery, but Clarkson intimated to a re
porter that bo knew who were the instiga
tors, but ho refused to give their names.
Clarknon has been twice married, as also
has his wife.
A Singular Accident.
Niagara Falls, Out., February 6. A
painful accident occurred here yesterday
afternoon to Joseph Kirkland, a haokmau,
employed iu cutting ice oil' one 6f tho bull
inga. A heavy piece of ico, sliding swift
ly, struck bim and broke his leg just
abovo tho aukle,and bad be not been secur
ed by a rope bo would have been dashed
to pieces. He was cared for by Dr. Mo
Garry, of Druramoudvillo. The mode of
cutting the ico is vory peculiar. The roofs
of tho buildings in the vicinity of the falls
are made very strong to support tbe heavy
weight, and steep to quickly carry off the
spray that at times falls upon them. The
ice is reached by a ladder raised up to the
eaves of the building. A man then as
cends with an axe and cuts footholds in
the ice on the roofs all the way up to tho
peak, the ladder is then shifted and anoth
nian ascends in a similar manner until as
many men as are required have secured po
sitions ou tbe roof. Then the work of
cutting the ice commences, and as it is cut
loose it slides and tumbles to the ground.
The task is a dangerous and laborious one.
When tho ice is in a thawing condition
ropes are fastened under the men's arms
and passed over the peak to the opposite
side of tho roof, and held there by stout
men to prevent tbe cutters from slipping
and sliding off tho building. The ice va
ries from two to four feet iu thickness in
severe winters, and frequently forms a
orushiog weight on tho building, and for
safety has to be removed.
y A Bnltimoreau named Mellon Mitch
ell, twenty-two years of age, has just been
divorced from bis wife, the decree forbid
ding the latter from marrying again dur
ing the life of the former husband. Tbe
cause for this decree was that the father
of the lady decoyed Mitohell into bis
daughter's room while the latter was in
ted, locked the door and then demanded
tuat he should marry ber then and there,
as he bad wronged her. The youth pro
tested and denied, but tbe father, with
blood iu bis eye and a huge revolver in bis
band, swore that Mitchell must marry the
jjirl or become without delay a subject for
the corouer. A Methodist minister was
sent for, aud after some demur, which .was
checked by the sight of the father's pi'gtol,
the marriage was performed. The unwil
ling groom escaped as soon after the cere
mouy as be could, and brought suit for di
vorce, with the result announced above,
the clergyman having been an important
witness in tbe oase.
EST The Indianapolis News says : Mrs.
Myer, wife of the proprietor of the Tivoli
Garden, Richmond, chloroformed ber hus
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out of the city on the first train, presuma
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left behind she accuses bim of trjing to
kill ber with a hatchet.
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sirable home. Price, tjl.CCO.
A TRACT OF LAND containing SIXTEEN
ACRES, (half cleared) having thereon erected a
GOOD TWO 8TOKY PLANK HOUSE, in good
order. - This property is located 2 miles south
of Bloomfleld. and has on it plenty of FRUIT of
all kinds, and will make a very desirable home
a party wanting a small tract ot land. There isa
running stream of water near the house and a
well of good water close to the door. Price $1000,
half to becash and the balance in two equal an
" For further information address the under
signed at New Bloomfleld. Perry count v. Pa., or
call at his residence three miles south of Bloom
fleld. C. B. HARNISH.
August 17, 1880.
For the Laundry, ! the best and moat economical tn
the wotld. Ia perfectly pure, free from Acids and
other foreign aubdtitnce that injure Linen. I
trooper than any other, requiring much leu quan
tity iu uainif. la uniform, titfns and finihhewort
slwnrflthesame. Klntrn ford's PulTeriaed Com Starch
foT Pirddinipt, Blanc-Manure, Cake. Ac. is pure ami
iehcato. PrpfernHle to Bermuda Arrowroot. When
you ask for Kinfpfnrd'a Osweyo Stnrrh, see that yoa
gtft it, ae inferior kind are anon siitwti luted.
SoiJ by all jlrtt-claM Grocers tvenftvhen,
T. KINGSFOKD 4 SON, Onweu, Now Tjrk.'
Junuary 4,1881 6ra
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1 f-OMIE Cloths aud other Dress Goods In va-
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