Departure of Mr. P. C. Murphy, Station Agent, Bloomfield 1890

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From the Daily Examiner, Sept. 16, 1890.

Departure of Mr. P. C. Murphy, Station Agent, Bloomfield.

"Mr P. C. Murphy, Station Agent, Bloomfield, has resigned his position on the [rail]road to enter the University College, New York City, for the study of medicine.....During the past eighteen months, Mr. Murphy has acquired a splendid knowledge of Greek, french and Latin Classics, as well as making primary studies in medicine with Dr. McLaughlin of O'Leary

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