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THE TIMES NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., DECEMDEll 27, 1881.
It Ho a Husband?
Mm. Anna B. Homlley GrlIUbs, of
Norwalk, Conn., tltiugliter of Judge Car
ter of that I'lnce, Iihs Itruii a Bult for
limited divorce, lu the Brooklyn City
Court, andAt Thomas W. GrlflUlm, a
merchant of Sixth avenue, Brooklyn, iu
which she avers that she was married to
the defendant on Jan, 12, 1881 , and that
Mibsequently, ou Oct. 24, a child was
horn, which has been named Marie
. Louise, She alleges that at the Instance
of the defendant, she kept the marriage
a secret and lived apart from him until
about the lime of tho birth of her child.
Since the child's birth she says that she
has offered to live with the defendant,
and has demanded of him that be should
support the child, but he has refused.
Hbe prays for a limited divorce. aud for
the support of herself aud child, aud
asks for the custody of the child.
- The defendant denies that he was ever
married to the plaintiff. The latter was
a widow when he met her, her name
being Anoa B. Hoadley. Bhe is now
about 25 years old, and her sprlg'utllness
- and gayety when she was visiting in
Brooklyn about a year ago attracted Mr.
OiifiUliH, although he was then engaged
to marry a young woman living In
Hanson place. He spent the summer In
Europe, but he found on his return that
Mrs. Hoadley claimed to be his wife and
that the following marriage notice had
appeared iu a Norwalk paper.
(jim I'lTHB Cahteii. In Now York city, on .Inn.
IS, liv tlw Hcv. Tliomtts Held, TIhhiihh Wat kin
ttimtlli (if Brooklyn, N. Yolk, to Anna H. Hundley,
clttiiKliler ol juiIkc curtcr of Norwalk, Conn.
Borne marked copies of the paper con
taining this notice were sent to the
friends of Mr. Griffiths, and the an
nouncement led to the breaking of the
engagement between him and the young
lady in Hanson place. Mr. Qrlfllths
caused a contradiction of the marriage
notice to be printed lu the Korwalk
paper in November. Although appeal
ed to, it is alleged, by relatives of Mrs.
Hoadley he refused to make any ac
knowledgement of the marriage. He
denied that any ceremony had been
performed or that he had promised to
marry the plaintiff.
Terrible Mine Explosion.
London, Deo. 19. An explosion oc
curred in the Orrel pit, belonging to the
Arahm Mining Company at Bolton this
morning. The pit was considered one of
the safest in Lancashire, as neither
gunpowder was used for blasting nor
furnaces for ventilation, the whole sys
tem of working the mino being purely
mechanical. The Arley pit, which la
adjacent was affected by the explosion In
the Orrel pit. Over 20i persons entered
the mine this morning of whom it Is
thought few will be brought out by the
rescue party alive. It is believed that
the explosion was caused by the fall of a
portion of the roof, which liberated a
quantity of gas. It Is now believed that
only 40 persons were killed. The Orrel
mine Is 1!50 yard9 above the Arley mine,
and the effect of the explosion in the
former imprisoned 150 miners In the
lower mine. These were subsequently
rescued. Those rescued from the upper
seam were seriously burned.
Thieves' Plunder Disclosed by a Cat.
A Chicago exchange says: Last Mon
day night the store of the Berlin Suit
Company, at No. 250 State street, was
entered by burglars who got away with
$?00 worth of dry goods. The case was
reported at police headquarters, but all
efforts to find the perpetrators of the
crime proved fruitless. It so happened,
Wednesday-, that a man, accompanied
by a bulldog, was walking along Fourth
avenue in the vicinity of Jackson street.
The dog gave chase to a pat, which
promptly took refuge under the sidewalk.
As the canine followed it and did not
return, its owner proceeded to make an
investigation. He found his animal
snuftlng about a large heap of silks and
other like material. When the discov
ery was communicated to the police,
Detectives Elliott, Ryan and Wiley sta
tioned themselves in the neighborhood
aud waited for the thieves to claim their
plunder. Last evening a negro with a
wooden leg hobbled to the place and
begau gathering up the stuff. He was
at once arrested and taken to the Harri
son street station, but resolutely refused
The Story of an Egg.
A Kalamazoo woman found that
skunks were robbing her hens' nests,
and she put arsenic in an egg and laid it
way for future use, intending to make
it a present to the skunks. Bhe forgot
about it, however, and did not again
bring the egg to mind until it had been
used to settle the family coffee next
morning. The family were all poisoned
but without serious results. .
KThat wonderful remedy for rheu
matUm, Bt. Jacobs Oil has been used by
a large number of people in this city and'
with effect truly marvelous. Frequent
reports are made where sufferers have
been afforded relief, and the sale Is grow.
I ng largely. The fact that it is an exter.
nal remedy, commends it to many who
would not otherwise think of going out
of the beaten track to find a remedy.
In (he Court, rf Common Plens of Perry county,
notice h hereby Riven, that HU Application will lie
made to the nalM court, on 'l ocality. Mm until day
of December, IHSl. under the Act of Assembly of
tlm commonwealth of rVtinsylviiiiln, entitled, an
Act to provide for Incorporation anil regulation
fti certain corporation. npproviMi April Mi, 1R74,
And Hie supplement thereto, for t lie chartering
of an Intended corporation, to lie called "The
World' Marriage and lleneltcUl Association tor
unmarried persons." i lie character and object
of which I to Issue certllloatrs of membership In
certain specified amounts, ami to pay the panic
for whose Imnellt the certificate wa made, from
a fund to be raised In each cane of man lain lv
an assessment of the members. The principle
upon which me association is to lie conducted
being that of assessment upon Its members, and
for these purpose to have, posses and enjoy all
rights, benefits aud privileges contlued by said
Act of Assembly and Its supplement. "
. iiHWlO I U 1 1 ILK.
December 8, IBM. Boliclter.
TO 11 LA CK8M1TJI8.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
A VALUABLE BLACKSMITH PROPERTY,
Situated on the public road lending from New.
Port to Oermantnwn. In l.livlllnirAoi I4i-nen Purk.
The Improvements are all good and Hie property
Isslluuted In a good settlement, convenient to
Mills, Schools, Churches, to. A splendid loca
tion for a good Couch milker, the shop Is suitable
iui iiiKt uiinnies.
The above property will be sold or let on Itea-
sonauie terms ny applying soon.
Address or apply to
Oreeu Park, Pen Co., 1'a.
November 17, 18Sl.tr
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
Now open a full lino of tlio most stylish and de.
sltable goods In Heaver, Plush, aud all other
grades, from the best to the cheapest. No stock
In the comity will compare with mine. All orders
iiuieu on snort nonce, lor weddings or funerals.
Also a Blitendld line of woolen minds, coats. Ac.
Mr Branch Htohn AT EM.ioTTHmmit, In charge
oi suss uromgoiu, lias a lull assortment oiour
millinery, at same prices, cull at either place and
see stuck aud prices.
MRS. ANNIE IC'KES,
Near the depot.
4E 60 Newport.
INSTATE! NOTIOBl.-Notlce Is hereby given,
U that letters of administration on the estate
of Daniel A. Uarllu.late of Tyrone townshlp.Ferry
All persons Indebted to snld estate are request
ed to make Immediate payment and those having
claims will present them, wlthou delay, to
SARAH J. (lAltlJN.
Junkin, Attorney. Administratrix.
TIIR subscriber otters at Private Bale the fol
lowing desirable farms:
Is a farm situate In Whea. field twp., containing
having thereon erected a
GOOD DWELLING HOUSE,
with all required Out-bulldlngs, the Barn being
entirely new. This farm Is situate about sli miles
from Duncannon and four miles from Hloomtleld.
There Is good water near the door, plenty of
st reams on the land. A good A mile Orchard, and
other fruit, and will make a desirable home. Price
z.bdu. xerma easy,
Is a Farm situate in Carroll township, about two
nines i rum ouerinansuaie, containing auoiic
One Hundred Acres,
having thereon erected a
Good Dwelling, and other Out-biillilingR,
A well of good water at the house and another at
the Barn. There ts considerable fruit on the
premises, and the land Is good aud well watered.
Price, tfi.ouo, and payments can be arranged to
Is a FARM situate In Carroll township, about two
nines uuiii siieriiiaiisuaie, containing
of good land, and having thereon a GOOD
D WELLING , and other Out-buildings.
There Is a good spring near the house, and the
Farm is well watered. There Is also a flood Or.
chard in bearing condition; this will make a de-
siraoie nome. trice, f i,nuo.
For further information address the nnder
signed at Now Bloomtleld. Perry county, Pa., or
call at his residence three miles south of Bloom-
C. B. HARNI8H.
August 17, 1880.
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These Goods are worth nearly double
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