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THE BCBANTCW TRIBUNE THURSDAY 1 MORNING. MAT 14, i89C.
Valuable Real Estate
SATCROAY. MAY Si. JbSMJ.
By virtu of sundry writs of Fieri Fa.
cia. Levari Facias and Venditioni Ex
ponas. Issued out of the court of com
mon pleas of Lackawanna county, to me
direvted. I will expose to public sale by
vendue or outcry, to the highest and best
bidders, for cash, at the court house, in
the city of Siranton. Lackawanna . coun
ty, on SATURDAY, the TWENTY'
THIRD DAY OF MAY. A. D. I-,
at 10 o'clock In the forenoon of said day.
all the right, title and interest of the de
fendants In and to the following described
lots, pieces or parcels of land, vii:
Xo. 1. All the right, title and interest of
the defendant, Lewis Fixer, in and to all
the surface or rlpht of soil to all thut cer
tain lots, pieces or parcels of land situate
in the borough of Jermyn. county of Lack
awanna, and Commonwealth of Pennsyl
vania, bounded and described as follows:
lieslnnliitr at a coiner on the east side or
the Providence and Carbondule turnpike,
the corner of Joseph Tennis' lot; thence
aloiiff said turnpike two hundred and
sixty-nine C'tity feet to a corner or lot or
grantor; theme south forty-nine degrees
thirty minutes east (s. 49 dK.20 m. east)
aJotiK Hue of said Jermyn's lot to the west
bank of the Lackawanna river: thence up
the west bank of said river the several
courses and distances thereof to a corner
In line of the Delaware and Hudson Canal
company; thence in a northerly direction
along line of said company's land to a
corner of M. E. church lot; thunce in the
sume direction along line of said church
lut to corner of the Thomas Hunter lot:
thunce along tho back line of the Thomas
Hunter lot, J. D. Stocker, 8. W. Cook u:;d
Thomas Hunter lots to the southwesterly
corner of last mentioned lot; thence In a
northwesterly direction along line of said
Tennis' lot to the place of beginning, coal
reserved, excepting and reserving there
from certain lot sold by Lewis Pixer, et ux,
to iV L. Hell, by deed dated Oct. 30, ISO
recorded In the olllce for recording deeds,
etc.. In and for the county of Lackawanna
In deed book Xo. 134, page 0, etc. 1m-
t roved with a two-story frame house,
am and other outbuildings thereon.
Ail that certain lot, piece, parcel or
tract of land situate and being In the
borough of Jerniyn, county of Lacka
wanna, and state of Pennsylvania, bound
ed and escribed as follows: beginning at
the southeast corner of lands of Joseph
Tennis on First avenue: thence running
at right angles to said First avenue east,
ISO feet, more or less, to the Lackawanna
river; thence running along said rlvor
south to a point ono hundred and
eight (10?) feet from last mentioned
comer; thence running nearly west
along other lands of the said Lewis
Plxer, one hundred and titty (150) feet,
more or less, to a point on First avenue
eighty-seven S7) feet south from the llrst
motioned point or place of beginning;
thence running alone said First avenue
north eiirhty-seven (S7) feet to the place
of beginning. Improved with three 2-story
frumu houses and other buildings thereon.
Being the same lund, Inter alia, conveyed
by John Jermyn, et. ux., to Lewis Plxer
by deed dated the day of , recorded
III the Keedrder's office In nnd for the
county of Lackawanna in deed book Xo,
131, page 21(7, etc.
Seized and taken in execution at the
FUit of John Jermyn vs. Lewis PIz.T.
Debt, $."i,ri(w. Judgment No. 401, May T.,
Fl. fa. to May T., 1SW.
S. 13. PRICE, Atty.
No. 2. All the right, title and Interest of
the defendant. Thomas P. Drown, In and
to all thut certain lot or purcel of land sit
uate in the city of Scranton, In the county
of Iaickawanna, ami stale of Pennsyl
vania, anil bounded and described as fol
lows, to wit: Pelng the front part of lot
number twenty-eight (28) In square or
block number ninety (9u) and fronting on
Stone avenue, as shown upon the Lm-k-uwannu
Iron and Coal company's plot
of the city of Scrunton, said part of lot
being seventy (70) feet in depth and forty
(10) feet In front on said Stone avenue
and Is rectangulur in shape. It being the
same property as was conveyed to said
Thomas P. Brown by deed from Washing
ton Frable and wife, dated June 14, 1SS2,
which deed Is recorded In the offleo for the
recording of deeds, etc.. In and for Lacka
wanna county, In deed book Xo. 35, page
to, etc. All Improved with u two-story
frame dwelling house, with kitchen addi
tion. The rear part of said house being
one and one-half stories high, with base
ment, cellar and outbuildings thereon.
Seized und taken In execution at the
suit of Commonwealth Building and Loan
Association vs. Thomas P. Brown. Debt,
$1,200. Judgment Xo. 018, Sept. T., 1893.
Fi. fa, to May T.. lSlfl.
Xo. 8. All the right, title and Interest of
the defendant, D. W. Thompson, adminis
trator of the estate of Eliza A. Thomp
son, deceased, In and to all that messuage
or rlty lot of lund in the city of Scrantun,
Luskawanna county, Pennsylvania,
bounded and described as follows: Com
mencing at u point on Sixth avenue or
Hampton street, now Luzerne street, on
Hue of lot of number two of the estate of
Sarah J. Davis, deceased, and running
northwesterly along said street si's feet
to line of Lackawanna und Hloomsbiug
Railroad company; tlicnce northerly along
said line thirteen feet to line of lot number
one of said estate; thence along snid line
72 feet to the place of beginning. Improved
with a two-story dwelling house nnd out
buildings thereon. Reserving the coul
und minerals beneath the surface of said
premises, together with the right to mine
and remove the same unto the legal own
ers thereof. Being part of same land de
scribed in deed of Joseph Fellows to Sarah
J. Davis, dated Kith April. 1867, recorded
In Luzerne county In deed book Xo. lis,
page 425, and hs part of the estate of Sai uh
J. Davis, deceased, aold at nn orphans'
court sale to Eliza Thompson In liT.'i.
Seized and taken In execution lit Hit
suit of Harry ;. Marcy. admlnlslrutor d.
b. n. of estato of Sarah J. Davis vs. Davis
vs. Thompson, et al., administrators of
Kllza A. Thompson, deceased. Debt, 11.
. Judgment Xo. 640, March T iSUC.
Al. lev. fa. to May Term, l!s9.
RHONE & CREVEHXU, Attys.
Xo. 4. All the right, title and Interest of
the defendant, Wendell Klotz, In und to
all that certain lot piece or parcel of laud
situate In the city of Scranton, und
known as lot number twenty-nine (29) In
block number five (5) on William Merri
lleld's plot of city lots in Keysor's Val
ley, bounded and described as follows, to
wit: Said lot is rectangular In shupo und
fronts on Jackson street or turnpike, be
ing fifty (60) feet in width thereon and
one hundred and seventy-rlve (17.ri) feet,
more or less, in depth, running through
to River streot. Coal and other miner
als reserved. Being the same premises
conveyed by Wendell Klotz and wife to
John It. (il l lllth. All imrpoved with a two
story frame dwelling house.
Being the same premises conveyed by
John Jt. C.rillllh and wife to Wendell
Klotz, by deed tinted the 3rd day of April.
1083. recorded In Lackawanna county In
deed book Xo. Ill, page 107, etc.
AXD SECOND ALSO.
All the following described tract of land
situate In the township of Xewton, county
of Lackawanna, and state of Pennsyl-A-onla,
being the tract of land surveyed to
John King, containing four hundred und
nineteen 4I) acres, und being the sume
tract that was sold for taxes In T.acku.
waunii county to the county commls
Binners on the 17th of October, A. D. l.W,
und sold by the commissioners to the llrst
named pnrtles thereto, on the 20th day of
October, 1SK7, Intended to be duly re
corded. Said tract was sold as the 'prop
riety of John King as unseated land. Be
ing the sume premises conveyed by Mor
gan M. Williams nnd wife, und Michael
Hannlck to Wendell Klotz, bv deed dated
the 1st day of February, IStiS. Recorded
In deed book Xo. 4S. page 410. excepting u
part thereof, which was conveyed bv
Wendell Klotz to James F. Green", us re
corded In Lackawanna county In deed
liook No. 10, page 122, and described as fol
lows, to wit, viz.: All that certain piece or
parcel of land, beginning ut a point In the
southerly corner of John King's tract
In the line of the George Klpplcr and John
Stunnnrd tracts; thence by land of John
Staiinurd north seventy (70) degrees west
one hundred und llfty-Ilve 053) perches,
more or less, to line of land claimed by
one Flnkler; thence north twenty (20) de
grees east thirty (30) perches to a corner;
thenco south seventy (70) degrees east
one hundred and sixty-three (163) perches,
more or less, to a point In the southerly
boundary line of said John King tract;
thenoe along said line and the said Kip
pler tract south thirty-live and three
fourths (Soft) degrees west to the place of
beginning. Containing twenty-eight and
thirteen one hundredths (28 13-10O) acres,
mora or less. All Improved with one
frame barn, outbuildings, etc., thereon.
Rolled- and taken In execution at tho
on uoiveposew Saipiinn uuuo jo )!n
v. Wendell Klotx. Debt. M. Judg
ment No. 137, Nov. Term. 189&. Fl. fa, to
May Term, M96.
Xo. 5. All the right, title and Interest of
the defendant. Benjamin S. Lewis, in and
to all the following described lut, piece
or parcel of laud, situate, being and lying
on the southeasterly corner of Adams
avenue and Marlon street in the borough
of Dunmore, county of Lackawanna, and
state of Pennsylvania, bounded and de
scribed as follows, to wit: BeyBjimg at
the southeasterly corner of- Ma-.n street
and Adams avenue, and thence In a south
westerly direction along said Adams ave
nue, 90 feet to tho northwesterly, corner
of lot number 8, In block 318; thence in a
southeasterly direction along the division
line between lots number 8 and 9 in said
block, 107 feet to tho common corner of
lots number 8, . 18 and 10 In said block:
thence In a northeasterly direction along
the division line between lota number
und ISt In said block 40 feet to the common
corner of lots number 9, 10, lit and 20 In said
block; thence In a northwesterly direction
along the division line between lots num
ber 9 and 10, 84 feet to a corner; thence In a
northeusterly direction on a line parallel
to Adams avenue, 60 feet to Marlon street;
thence In a northwesterly direction along
said Marion street !l feet to the pluce of
Being all of lot Iiumbnr 9 and the front
half of lot number 10, In square or block
number 318, on the plot of Meylert's addi
tion to the city of .Scrunton, known as
"liron Ridge," which suid plot Is recorded
In the Recorder's oftlce of Luzerne county
In deed book Xo. 146, ut page 100..
Said lot number 9 being the same prem
ises which Charles Tropp, et al., executors,
f ranted and conveyed to the said B. S.
.ewis by deed dated the 6th day of De
cember, A. D. 18S0, and recorded in the Re
corder's office of Lackawanna county In
deed book No. 79, page 44, etc.
Said part of lot number Hi being the
same premises whlchStephen F.Gavin and
wife granted and conveyed to said B. S.
IrfWls by deed dated the 23rd day of Jan
uary, 1S0I, and recorded In tho Recorder's
olllce of Lackawanna county In deed book
Xo. 80, page 87, etc.
Coal and minerals excepted as In said
last above mentioned deed.
All Improved with one double frame
dwelling nouse, two single frame dwelling
houses, barn and other outhouses.
Seized and taken In execution at the
suit of Mary L. Lewis vs. Benjamin S
Lewis. Debt, ?4.CKio. Judgment No. 573,
January Term, 1&0S. Fl. fa. to May T..
WATSOX & ZIMMERMAN, Attys.
Xo. G. All the right, title and Interest of
the defendant, Reese B. Jones, In and to
all that messuage or city lot of land, in
the city of Scran-ton, Lackawanna coun
ty, Pennsylvania, bounded and described
as follows, to wit: Commencing nt the
northern owner of said lot and on lino
of Railroad avenue and running thence
southwesterly along said avenue 'Ifty
feet; thence northwesterly along line of
lots Nos. 2 and 3 of the estate of Small J.
Davis, deceased, 128 feet to Hue of land
of Lackawanna und Bloomsburg Rail
road company; thence along said lino
northeasterly forty-four feet to a line at
right angles with said Railroad avenue;
thence along said line 128 feet to the place
of beginning. Improved with a two-story
frame dwelling house and outbuildings
thereon. Reserving the coal nnd minerals
beneath the surface of said premises, to
gether with the right to mine and remove
the same unto the legal owners thereof.
Being part of same land described In
deed of Joseph Fellows to Sarah J. Davis,
dated 16th April, 1S67, recorded In Luzerne
county In deed book US, page 43.1, and as
part of the estate of said Sarah J. Davis,
sold at an orphans' court sale to Reese B.
Jones In 187.1. '
Seized and taken In .execution at the
suit of H. G. Marcy. -administrator d. b. n.
vs. Keeso B. Jones. Debt, $300.00. Judgment
No. 111, .March Term, JSlHi. Al. II. fa. to
May Term. 1MM.
RHONE & CHEVELLXO, Attys.
Xo. 7. All the right, title and Interest of
the i Iff on 1 1 u n t, Reese B. Jones, In und to
all that messttaue or lot of land situate In
tho city of Scrunton, Lackawanna coun
ty, Pennsylvania, commencing on Rail
road avenuein llneof lot number one of the
estate of .Sarah J. Davis, deceased, and
running thence southwesterly ulong said
avenue 110 feet to line of Luzerne street;
thence northwesterly along suid Luzerne
street 814 feet to line of lot number three
of said estate; thence along said lino
northeasterly 72 feet to line of lot number
one; thence along said line southeasterly
39 feet to the place of beginning. I'nim
proved. Reserving the coal and minerals
beneath the surface of said promises, to
gether with the right to mine and re
move the same unto the legul owners
Being putt of same land described in
deed of Joseph Fellows to Sarah J. Pa via,
dated 16th April, 18i, recorded In Luzerne
county In deed book 118. page 430, and as
part of tho estate of said Sarah J. Davis,
deceased. Sold at an orphans' court sale
to Reese it. Jones In 1873.
Seized and taken In execution at the
suit of H. a. Marcy, administrator d. b.
n. vs. Reese B. Jones. Debt, (5,500. Judg
ment No. 110. March T., 1896. Al. II. fa.
to May T., 1896.
RHONE & CREVELING, Attys.
Xo. 8. All the right, title and interest of
the defendant, Philiph Bartron, in and to
all that certain lot of land with the build
ings and Improvements thereon erected.
Hi t mi to In tho Fourteenth ward of the city
of Hcrantou, county of Lackawanna, and
state of Pennsylvania, described accord
ing to a survey thereof made by A. B.
Dunning, Jr., surveyor, dated Nov. 1st,
1894. as follows, to wit.: Beginning at a
point on the northeast side of West Lack
uwauna avenue ut a distance of 25 feet
southeastward from the southeast side of
Eighth street, containing in front on the
said Wust Lackawanna avenue 2j feet,
and extending of that breadth In length
or depth northeastward 1,0 feet to nn ul
Icy. Being the same premises which Allen
Rusenkrnus und wife by tin indenture
dated the 1st day of July, 189:1, and record
ed In deed book No. 103, page 102, etc.,
grunted and conveyed unto Uio Bald Philip
Bartron, his heirs und assigns, for such es
tate und for the remainder of such term
of years as veyted Pi the said Allen Roseu
krans, under and by virtue of the deed
from the Scrunton Stove Works to the
said Allen Rosciikrans, dated the 12th day
of February, A. D. 1SS4. and recorded In
deed book Xo. 21, page 522. Excepting and
lesi-rvlng all the coal and mineruls be
neath the surface of said lot as men
tioned In the above recited Indenture,
And the trustees of the Proprietors' School
Fund of Providence by an Indenture dated
the 71 li day of July, 1893, and recorded in
deed book No. 103, page 99, etc., granted,
remised, released and qult-clnlmed unto
the said Philip Bartron and his heirs and
assigns, the above described lot of land,
subject to the leasehold Interest therein
of Joseph Fellows, his heirs und assigns
All Improved with two-story wagon shop
with tenements above, and one frame two
story tenement in rear, with outbuildings,
Seized nnd taken In execution at the
suit of tho United Security Life Insur
ance and Trust Company of Pennsylvania
vs. Philip Kurtron. Debt, $5,545. Judg
ment No. 690. Nov. Term, ISOr.. I,ev. fu. to
May Term, ISM.
Xo. 9. All the right, title and Interest of
the defendant, Maria Mullander, execu
trix of John Mallander, deceased. In and
to all the following described lot of land,
together with tho Improvements thereon,
situate In tho city of Scrunton, county
of Lacknwunna, und stae of Pennsylvania,
and being lot No. 8. in block 52, upon
that plot of lots made by H. Colt as part
of the city of Scrunton. Said lot being
the northeast corner of South Washing
ton avenue and Elm street, measuring In
front 40 feet on said Washington avenue
nnd 100 feet, more or less, In depth to the
railroad track. Being the sumo lot of land
as conveyed on the 7th day of November,
1883, by George Mallander. as recorded In
the olllce for recording deeds In and for
the county of Lackawanna, subject to res
ervations made in former conveyances.
Improved with a two-story framw build
ing 36x29 feet, used us a hotel and a small
building nttuched to the rem- of suid ho
tel, a small ham and outbulldlnus thereon.
Seized and taken In execution nt the
suit of assigned to Mlna Robinson vs.
Maria Mailandcr, executrix of John Mall
ander, deceased. Debt, $184.108.40.206. Judg
ment No. 86S. March T., lS!i. Lev. Fu.
to May T 1896.
CH AS. H. WELLES, Atty.
Xo. 10. All tho light, title nnd Interest of
tho defendant, Arthur Frothlngham, In
und to all those certain lots, pieces or par
cels of land, situate In the city of Ser.in
ton, county of Luckawunns, and state of
Pennsylvania, bounded and described ns
follows: All the surface or right of soil
of those certain lots of land, being lot.
Nos. 40 nnd 41, In block "B" on plot of
Frothlngham addition to the city of Scran
ton, bounded and described us follows:
Bald lots lying on the northerly side of Col
umbia avenue and being each forty (40)
feet In width In front on said avenue, the
same In rear, rectangular In shape, and
ono hundred and forty (140) feet Ifi depth
to a'publlo alley, .-,'
Seized and taken in execution at the
stilt of assigned to James J. Healoy vs. A.
Frothlngham. Debt, $350. Judgment No.
(23, May T 1895. Pluries flv fa. to May T
189i Also at the suit of assigned to James
J. Healey vs. A. Frothlngham. Debt, $350.
Judgment Xo. 524. May T 1895. Pluries
U. fa. to May T.. 1896.
No. II. All the right, title and Interest of
the defendant, James Guriell. In and to
all that certain lot of land, with the im
provements thereon, situate In the rlty
of Scranton, county of Lackawanna, and
state ot Pennsylvania, bounded and de
scribed as follows to wit: Being- lot No.
5, In block No. 23, upon city assessment
maps of said city. Said lot Is situated on
the west side of Capouse avenue and Ash
streets adjoining lands of George F. Mc
Carthy on the south: by lands of A. B.
Scanlon one the north, and Is 30 4-10 feet
in width In front, about the same In the
rear, and 103 feet, more or less, in depth
to the right of way of the Delaware. Lack
awanna unfl Western Railroad company's
land. All Improved with a two-story frame
dwelling house and outbuildings thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the
suit of City of Scranton vs. James Gur
rell. Debt. $t:w.30. Judgment Xo. 812.
Sept. T., 1894. Lev. fa. to May Term. 1W..
Xo. 12. All the light, title and Interest of
the defendant, William Hall, in and to all
that certain lot of lund with the Improve
ments thereon, situate In llm Hfiri.ui;h of
Dunmore, County of Lackawanna und i
Statu of Pennsylvania, said lot Is deslg-
i.,.i-u uu uiuii or pioi ot iois owneu oy
S. Johnson, bting a portion of the lands
formerly known us the Hollcnback truct,
said lot being 33 feet, more or less, In
front and 18 foet lu rear, more or less, lie
tween Lot 10 and the Pennsylvania Coal
t ompary'a land, and 130 feet in depth.
hald lot Is designated as Xo. 9 (frac
tional) In square or block Xo. 4 on Qulncy
avenue. Improved with a two-story frame
dwelling house and outbuildings thereon.
Seized and taken In execution at the suit
of D. K. oakly, vs. William Hull. Debt.
$NW.U0. Judgment Xo. 182. May Term, 1S90,
Fl. Fu. lo May Term. 1896.
Xo. 13. All the right, title and Interest ct
the defendant, Ellen Doherty. in and to
all tho following described pieces or lots
of land situate in the Borough of Dlin
inore, Lackawnna County, Pa., being parts
of lots numbered One und Two In block
316 of John Walsh plot : id conveyed by
Marshal T. J. Walsh to hcranton Savings
Bank and aslsgned to Nathaniel Halste.ul
and conveyed to D. und D. K. Oakley,
Nov. 13. 1874, and deeded to Ellen Dohertv,
Jun., 1N90. bounded and described as fol
lows: The llrst piece situated on the cor
ner of Jefferson avenue and Lnrch street,
bounded on the one side by Jefferson ave
nue, extending from Lurch street to the
line of Erie and Wyoming Valley Rail
road Company, and right of way about
63 feet: thence along right of way of said
Erie and Wyoming Railroad Company lo
said company's land purchased by said
company of John Taylor; thence along
said line to Lurch street, about forty-six
(46) feet; thence along Larch street to
place of beginning, be the same more or
less. Also, a fraction of land about 40
feet from the above described lot, adjoin
ing the lot purchased by the Erie ind
Wyoming; Railroad Company of John
Taylor, on the Southeast side being a
three-cornered piece of land about 30 feet
on Larch street und 20 feet on said Erie
and Wyoming Railroad Company's land,
be the same more or less. Coal und min
Seized and taken In execution at the suit
of D. K. Oakley vs. Ellen Doherty. Debt,
83.0OO.OO. Judgment No. 183, May Term,
1890, Fl. Fa. to May Term, 189S.
Xo. 14. All tho right, title and interest of
the defendant. William J. SnllTcr. In and
to all that certain messuage, piece or par
cel of land with the improvements there
on, situate In the City of Scranton, County
of Lackawnna and State of Pennsylvania,
being half of lot Xo. Ono (1) in Blo:lt
twenty-eight (28) nnd situate upon street
called and named Mllftln avenue; said lot
being thirty-seven and one-half (37H) feet
In front and ninety-two (92) feet in depth.
This lot Is rectangulur and Is bounded on
the Northward by lund formerly known
as tho Welsh Church lot, on the Eastward
by land late the property of George Coray,
on the Southward by lots formerly owned
by James Tuttle und J. H. Campbell, und
on the Westward by said Mllttin avenue.
Being the same land conveyed by William
Scliull and wife to William J. Shiffer by
deed dated 14th July, 1880, and recorded lu
Lackawanna County Deed Book Xo. 4,
page 444 etc. Excepting and reserving tho
coal and other minerals as In said recited
deed. All improved with a two-story
frame, slate roofed dwelling house und
udditlons attached thereto, with brick
stable In thu rear. t
Seized and taken In execution at the suit
of Keystone Academy vs. William J. Shif
fer. Debt. $1,500. Judgment No. 296, Jan
uary Term, 1896, Lev. Fa. to May Term,
1896. H. M. STRBETER, Atty.
Xo. 15. All the right, title and Interest of
the defendant, Henry Volker, in and to
all the following described piece, purcel
or lot of lund. with the messuages and
tenements thereon erected or to be erect
ed, situate, being and lying In the ICty of
Scranton,. County of Lackawanna and
State of Pennsylvania, known, designated
und described as lots number 23 an. I 24, In
square or block number 93, and situate
upon street called and known us BlqOher
avenue, upon the Pawnee Coal Company's
plot of the said City of Scranton. Sail
lots being each forty feet in width in
front, 40 fee in reur, and 140 feet In depth
Being the same premises which Fred.
Miller, et al., granted and conveyed to
Henry Volker by deed dated May 6th, 1890.
and recorded In the Recorder's Office of
Lackawannn County In Deed Book Num
ber 75. ut page 314, etc. Coal und minerals
excepted as In said last above mentioned
deed. All Improved with a. two-story
single frame dwelling houso and out
houses. Seized and taken In execution at the suit
of Citizens' Building and Loan Associa
tion vs. Henry Volker. Debt, $750.89.
Judgment Xo. 258, May Term, 1896, Fi. Fa.
lo .May Term. 1896.
WATSON & ZIMMERMAN', Attys.
Xo. 16. All the right, title and Interest of
the defendants, Lottie Fuess and Chris
topher George Fuess. in and to all that
certain lot, piece or parcel of land, situate
In the City of Scranton, County of Lacka
wanna and State of Pennsylvania, bound
ed und described as follows, to wit: Being
lot number 9 in block number 31, and situ
ate upon Elm street, on the Town plot i t
the city of Scranton, intended to be duly
registered and recorded. Said lot being
40 feet In width and 140 feet In depth.
. Being the same premises which Jacob
Schwinn und wife granted and conveyed
to the snld Lottie Fuess by deed dated the
13th day of August. 188'i, and recorded In
the Recorder's Office of Lackawanna
County, in Deed Book 36. page 377, etc.
Coal and minerals excepted as in said lust
above mentioned deed. All improved with
a two-story frame single dwelling houso
Seized and taken in execution at the suit
of Anthracite Building and Loan Associa
tion vs. Lottie Fuess und Christopher
George Fuess. Debt, 8D0 DO. Judgment
No. 220. March Term. 1896, Fl. Fa. to May
WAU'SON & ZIMMERMAN. Attys.
Xo. 17. All the light, title nnd Interest of
the defendants, Winifred Reap and Put-1
rick Heap, her husounu, in and to an mat
certain lot, piece or parcel of land situ
ate In the City or Si-ranlon, Couitty of
Lackawanna, und Saito of Pennsylvania,
being lot Xo. seventeen (17) In square or
block Xo. twenty-three (23), and situate
upon a street called und known us Palm
street, upon the Town Plot of the City of
Scrunton, Intended to bo duly registered
and recorded; said lot being forty (401 feet
In front; forty (40) feet in rear, and one
hundred and fifty (150) feet in depth. Ex
cepting and reserving therefrom nil coal
and niTiieruls us fully as the same are ex
cepted and reserved in the deed for said
premises from George F. Fuller and Isa
bella l Fuller, his wife, to the said Wini
fred Heap, bearing date the KUh day of
September, 187, and recorded In the oltli-e
for the recording of deeds In Lackawanna
County, In Deed. Book No. 44, at page D9S,
All improved with u lurge two-story frame
Seized nnd taken In execution ut the suit
of the Security lliiilillng und Savins
I'nlon against Winifred Renp and Putrl-i
Reup. Debt, $951.82. Judgment Xo. 112,
March Term, 1S96, Lev. Fa. to .May Term,
WM' JAS. J. HAMILTON. Atty.
So. 18. All the right, title and Interest
of the defendants, Bridget Ryan und Jere
miah Ryan. In and to all the following de
scribed piece and parcel of land situate
In the Seventh ward of the city of Scran
ton, county of Lackawanna, und state of
Pennsylvania, ond described as follows,
to wit: Beginning at a corner on the side
of the rood lending from Scranton to Prov.
Iilence; thence along said road north
thirty-three degrees oast sixty feet lo; a
corner In R line of lot formerly owned by
Mr. Carey; thence north lll'ty-two degrees
went twelve perches to a corner on or
uhotil the blink or the hill; then south
thirty-three deirccs west sixty feot to n
corner and thence .south fifty-two de
grees east twelve perchos to the place ot
beginning, routaining about forty-four
erches of land, be the same more or less.
Excepting and always reserving all the
coal and other minerals beneath the sur
face of and belonging to said premises
with the exclusive right to William R.
Call, his heirs and assigns, to mlue and re
move the same by any subterranean proc
ess incident to the bunsiness of mining
and also to pass through the said premises
lo mine and remove the coal from any ad
jacent lands without the right, however,
to enter upon the surface of said premises
for any purpose whatever. Being the
same land conveyed to said Bridget Ryaa
by Wiliam R. Call and wife, by deed dated
21st October. 1882 duly recorded in Lacka
wanna county. Improved with one two
story double frame dwelling, one two-story
frame building used as dwelling and store
with bam and outbuildings thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the
suit of Mary W. Squler. executrix, of R.
A. Squler, deceased, vs. Bridget Ryan and
Jeremiuh R yan. Debt, $1,177. Judg
ment Xo. 695, January Term, 1896. Lev. fa.
to May Term, 1896. .
Xo. 19. All the right, title and Interest
of the defendant, George W. Owens, In and
to ull those two contiguous lots or pieoes
of land, situate in the township of South
Ablngtiiu, county of Lackawanna, and
state of Pennsylvania, being lots num
bered 14 and 13 upon the southerly side of
"Highland uvrnue" upon "Highland
Park" plot, a map whereof is Intended lo
be duly recorded, u width or tlfty feet
each and being about feet in depth.
Xo. 2. All the following described plce
or purcel of lund. situated in the Second
ward of the city of Scranton, Luckawuiiua
county, state of Pennsylvania, bounded
und desert bed as follows, to wit:
Beginning at a slake corner In the south
west line of the Von Klorch farm, original
ly the Joshua Gritllu farm, on the west
side of Seventh street (How .Sanderson uve.
n uc), 70 feet from rhe west corner of lot
recently owned and occupied by Mahit
uhle Brown; thenco running north 51 de
glees 15 minutes west on aforesaid lino,
lilt feet to a corner; thence north JS de
grees 43 minutes east, 5 feet to corner:
Ihence south 51 degrees 15 minutes easi,
150 feet to street and corner; Ihence south
38 degrees 45 minutes west, 50 feet lo
stake, the pluce of beginning. Containi:is
7,500 square feet of land, be the same nior.i
or less. Coul und other minerals except
ed und reserved. Improved with u twu
story frame dwelling house, burn and out
Seized and taken In execution at the
stilt of Mary M. Owens vs. George W.
nwens. Debt. $1,151.71. Judgment Xo.
1334 Sept. T.. 1S95. Alias II. fa. to May
A.. D. DEAX, Atty.
Xo. 20. All tho right, title and Interest of
the defendant, E. D. Collins, administra
tor of Jacob A. Collins, deceased, B. D.
Collins. Charles R. Collins. Georglana.
Rees, Sybil S. Collins, In and to all the fol
lowing described pieces or parcels of land
situate in the township of Scott, county
of Lackawanna, and state of Pennsyl
vania, to wit:
Bounded on the west by lnnd of Wethcr
by, on tho northorly side by land of Na
thaniel Simrell, easterly by land of Val
entine Smith and southerly by land of Ell
White, containing about forty (40) acres.
Also all thnt certain piece of land situate
in said township of Scott, conty und stati
aforesaid, bounded as follows, to wit.:
Beginning at a dead hemlock the north
east corner of the Joseph Rudull tract;
thence south 45 deg, 20 min, west 70 perches
to a corner of land contracted with Gri I'
ll n Stevens; thenco South 44 deg. 40 lulu,
east KM peivheK to a corner; thenco nortn
45 deg. 40 min. east 70 perches to a corner
In the line of Henry Randall; thence south
44 deg. 40 min. east 25 perches to a chestnut
corner; thence. north 45 deg. 20 min. east 20
perches to a Corner; thence north 44 deg. 40
min. west' along lund contracted with
James Brown 120 perches to u corner;
thence south 43 deg. 20 mill, west 20 perch
es, and thence north 44 deg. 40 mill, west 9
perches to the place of beginning. Con
taining 56 acres and 90 perches of land,
more or less.
Also all that certain piece of land sit
uate In the suid township of Scott, county
of Lackawunnu, und state aforesaid,
bounded us follows: Beginning at a cor
ner of J. A. Collins, above described about
6 perches east of the Old Turnpike road;
thence southwesterly along said Collins"
line and line of lands of Henry F. Smith
about 37 perches lo a corner; thence along
Smith's line westerly 3 rods to a corner of
said road; thtnee along center of said
road northerly about 36'j perches to a cor
ner of Collins' land: thence easterly along
said Cvllins' land 6 rods to place of be,
ginning. Containing 3 acres of land, more
ar less. Excepting and reserving from said
tract a burial or cemetery lot about 25
rods from the road aforesaid to the east,
said lot being 50 fret wide from north to
south and parallel with said road and
about 70 feet long from east to west, con
taining about 3,500 square feet of laud
with the right of ingress and agress to end
from said lot these three tracts being de
scribed In deed from Philip H. Smith, et
al., to J. A. Collins, recorded -in Lacka
wanna county in deed book Xo. 33, p.uo
560, etc,, and forming a farm In said town
ship of Scott. All Improved with a two
story frame dwelling' house, barn unj
other outbuildings thereon.
Seized and taken In execution at the
suit of Philip H. Smith vs. E. D. Collins,
administrator or Jacob Collins, deceased.
Debt, $2,842.35. Judgment No. 406. Hept.
T., 1894. Lev. fa. to May T.. 1898.
CHAS. H. SOBER, Atty.
All of which will be sold for cash only.
FRANK H. CLEMONS, Sheriff.
Sheriff's olllce, Scranton, Pa., May 1, 1&)6.
WANT3 OF ALL KINDS COST THAT
MUCH. WHEN PAID FOR IN AD
VANCE. WHEN A BOOK ACCOUNT
IS MADE, NO CHARGE WILL BE LESS
THAN 25 CENTS. THIS RULE AP
PLIES TO SMALT. WANT ADS., EX
CEPT LOCAL SITUATIONS, WHICH
ARE INSERTED FREE.
Help Wanted Male.
Rl'O CLERK- VDDP.ES3 OR APPLY L.
D. P., 414 Cedar avenue, Scranton. Pa.
"ANTED-AN AUFNT IN EVERY SEC-
tion to canvass: $4.00 to (.VO0 a day made;
sells at sight; alson man t sell Maple Hoods
to dealers; best side lino (75.1(1 a month: snl
nry or lurire commission made; experience
nniieeessai y. ' Clifton oap and Manufactur
ing Co.. Cincinnati. O.
WANTED - WELL-KNOWN MAN IN
every town to roliclt stock subscrip
tions; a monoiMily; big money for agents: no
cspitul required. EDWARD C. FISH CO.,
iiorden Block, L'hioairo. III.
Helo Wanted Female.
Vr ANTED HI RL OR MIDDLE-AI4ED
V woman to do general bous-work in
small family. Apply to D. B. KEPLOOLE,
512 Spruce street,
rANTED AT ONCE - NURSE OIRL:
must give good reference. Apply at 537
AIT ANTED EXPERIENCED BOOK-KEEP
rr: must bo woll recommended and
must be able to give bond. D. B. C, Tribe no
IADIES-I MAKE BIU WAGES DOING
J plraMint hi me work, and will gladly sond
full particulars to all sending '.' cent stamp.
MISS M. A. STEHBINS. Lawrence, Mich.
ANTED LADY AGENT IN SCRAN
V ten to sell and introduce Snyder's cake
Icing: experienced esnvBSser preferred ; work
rormnneiit and very profitable. Wrlto for
particulnrs at one and get benefit of holiday
trade. T H. SNYDER & CO . Cincinnati, O
W ANTED IMMEDIATELY TWO EN Ecl
ectic saleswomen to represent us.
Guaranteed (6 a dny without interfering with
other dntles. Healthful occupation. Writo
for particulars, inclosing stamp. Mango Chem
ical Company. No. 72 John street. New York.
f hnpit1onto i a'ce'adi?
X er.nt and self-reliant man In possession of
(sets which I can fnlly illustrate at personal
interview, that if taken advantage of Imnio
dlntoly will return large profits; a capital of
$1,000 will be required; a predt assured ot WXI
percent, ur .tune nth. fronts to be equally
Address W. H. L., care Tribune
CJinrilNVESTED NOW IN WHEAT OR
tJIUW sbx-ka under our snfe method will
inslto von hmdsonie profits, Send for particu
lars and book, free. JORDAN CO,, Colum
bis Building ffew. Yorkv
Call and see them. They're worth
more than we ask.
AN OLD ESTABLISHED UKOCtRY Kll
ness, sitnated on Hontn Main nreune, for
sale; an excellent r.pnortun'tv for a young
man with small capital. Address D, E. r.
Tribune oftic a
OH DESIRABLE BUILDING LOTS ON
JJ Summit Park, and Annex k'lot, t
Clark's Summit, for falo: pries $V) to $7
each; everv lot a bargain. H S. AL.WOK1H,
Attorney, Commonwealth liuilJmi;-
1X)R SALE-HORSE AO ED SIX YEARS.
V weight 1.100 pounds; can be aeon ut I-' I
VOX, SALE - MY COTTAGE AT ELM--T
hurxt and the tour lots nn which it
stands: alio the four lot adjoining; moat de
siralle location in Elrnhnntt: prices reasona
ble; terms e.-isv: posnesaion siven at once. E.
P. KINGSnCUY. Commonwealth Buil.linu'.
IOR SALE-TWO nORSES, J BUTCHER
wngons, 2buiri?Ies, 1 alfduli, harnesseaaud
all of butcher's outfit; alto uieit market for
rent; FoiDgontof business; muse lie sold by
April lat. Inquire of L E. ECHULLEK,
Blakely street, Dunmore.
I TOR KENT-NEW IIOL'SK, TEN ROOMS,
modern iuiprooomuiits, 004 Webster ave.
Inquire on premiios.
1 n"RoM FU R N 1811 E D H O t" S K. MOOE N
lv Improvements, bath, water, furnsre,
Dulton Broutfh. for summer season. ItOOO
per month. Apply. J. W. BUOWNINO, 414
I tor "rentsixIrooms" second"
floor. UIO Penn Avenue.
S 8C1TS OF ROOMS FOR KENT. 4 AND 5
rooms each. Inquire or Address J. W. Zur
fliou, 517 Lackawuuna avenuo.
A MCI". STORE FOR RENT. SUITABLE
for any kind of business, a nice rent entrance
from Spruce, WnHhinnton. and Adams avo.
Rent Cheap. Wjll sive possesion at once.
Address, J. w. Kurfllbb, or call up stairs of
same place, 517 Lackawanna aveuue.
FOR RENT-HOUSE CONTAINING 8
rooms, hot ami cold water, with bath,
apply on premises, 1530 Washburn Street,
TOUR KOOML. 723 Olive street, arraurod
F for Unlit housekeeping; newly painted
TOR KENT 8 HOOJI HOUSE AND BKN;
V nice yard, corner Vnnstorch and Marlon.
1TOR RENT-HALF OP DOUBLE HOUSE;
modern improvements; reut reasonable;
corner of Pino and Blaknly streets, Dunmort.
F 'OR RENTTENiOOiT-HOUSE; ALL
modern conveniences. Iuquira at 1223
FOB RENT NIC'Kl.1 FURNISHED MALL
suitable for lodge rooms. JOHN JER
MYN, 110 Wyoming ovenue.
Wanted To Rent.
'ANTliD FIJkNISHEI ROOMS P )K
hnuht Templars during Couclave May
25 and 20th. Address GEO.
Chairman. 110 Wyoming Ave.
Furnished Rooms for Rent
ITURNISHED ROOMS. WITH USEOFGAH.
hot and cold bath, sitting and reading
rooms. 'JI5 Lackawanna avenue.
rPHE SOLDIER IN OUR CIVIL WAR."
1 Yon want this relic. Contains all of
Frank Leslie's famous old War Plctures.show
ing the forces in actitnl battle, ake.tcuud on tlio
spot Two volumes, 2,(M) pictures. Bold on
easy monthly payment-". Delivered by ex
t reus complete, all charges prepaid. Address
P. O. MOODY. 022 Adams Ave., Scranton, Pa.
BLANK BOOKS. PAMPHLETS, MAOA
zinea, etc, bound or rebound at '1MB
TRmtiM office. Wukk work. Reasonable
USINESS PROPERTY FOR SALE ON
Penn aveuue, 8UJ bio -k . A nxious te sen.
COMEGYH, 400 Spruce.
V ANTED SINGLE DWELLING HOUS.-:
with 0 to 12 roomi: lawn shade. All
modern Improvements. II. N. PATRICK, J3l
STEAMSHIP TICKET AND DRAFTS AT
O J. A. BARRON'S, 15 Lackawanna ave
XEV YORK DRESSMAKING SCHOOL;
ll Freui-h tailor system tunubt. Ladies
learn to lie your own dressmaker. Privatj
lessons. Open day and tveuing. 417 Lack.
fl'O GO OUT WASHING. WASHINGS
J taken home also. Call or address L. B.,
3H4 Sunnier Ave., livdo Pars.
ITUATION WANTED -BY A RESI'F.C
table widow, as houseUeeticr with unsll
family. Can gi ve references. Address, House
keeperriluiiieJLiHice SITUATION AS BUTCHER GOOD MEAT
O Cutter, willing to peddle or tend Market.
Thoroughly understands the Imsinem. Ad
dress. Butcher. 8.1- Forest Colirt.
SITUATION WAN ' ED-BY A YOUNG
O ludy ss clerk or oftlce-UHSistntit, thorough
ly unnerstnnds book-keeping, etc.. Address,
"Competent." ast Sumner Avon n.
ITUATION WANTED A YOUNG MID
dle ncd man wants position as collector.
Speak Gsrnun and E-igiUti. W 11 f irnislia
siop.OJ security. Addres3, W. G Tribune
"cm A'l ION WANTED BY FIBST-CLASS
l? butchHi-; by ono thnt understands the
business thoroughly; wU mad to green
market and ovsters ami fish, or nrotitid
grocery department. BUTCHER, tu-.a office.
WANTED - POSITION AH HOU8E
kocper for a small family. Address
MRS. THOMPSON, Tribune olllce.
SITUATION WANTED AS A BAKER OR
any kind of work. Address E. A. B., No.
1007 Cedar avenue, city.
r ANTED-A POSITIONBY'A X F XPE
v V rienccd travol'ng salesman, acquainted
with Now York and Pennsylvania trade Ad
dress A., Trlbnneofflce,
SITUATION WANTKi) BY A BRIGHT
young lady as cashier or assistant book
keeper: writes a splendid band; anxlo'is to
secure a position; Can furnish references. Ad
dress TRUSTWORTHY, Times olllce, city.,
ANTEDASl7uATloN ' BY AN AMER
- lean as stable boss or charge of gents'
place; perfectly sober and reliable, Yi Trib
n n 7 rv
602-004 UCKL 1VL, COR. tDMl
11, ""ANTED SALESMAN: SALARY FROM
V itart; permanent place. BROWN
BROS. CO., Nurserymen, Rocaeater. N. Y.
GEN Tt4W AN TEDTO SELL CIGARS;
$74 per month salary and expense paid.
Address, with two-cent stamp, FIGARO CI
OAK CO.. Cuicago.
AGENTS-TO SELL OUR PRACTICAL
gold, stiver, nickal and copper electro
platers: price from fS upward; salary and ex.-
Senses paid; outfit free. Address, with stamp,
UCU1UAN WFG CO., Chlcagri
AGENTS TOSEI.L CIGARS TO DEALERS;
t'A weekly and expenses; experlenoe un
necessary. CONSOLIDATED MFG. CO., 43
Van Buren at., Chicago.
SALEBMAN TO CARRY SIDE LINE; V
per cent, rommisiion; sample boo'x
mailed free. Address L, N. CO., Citation L,
T ONCE AGENTS APPOINTED TO
I soil new lightning selling table cloth.mos
quito and house fly liquid at 10 cents and li
rents a tonic. Sample free. BOLGIANO
M'F'G Ce.. Baltimore, Md.
AGENTS HINDE'8 PATENT UNTVER
snl Hair Curlers and Wavers (rued with
out beat), and "Pyr Pointed" Hair Pins Lib
eral commissions. Free sample and fall par
ticulars. Address P. O. Box 460. New York.
SEALED PROPOSALS- WILL BE RE
eelved bv the Home Committee of the
Scranton Poor Board until Friday, May IS,
MU, at 2 p m.. for tho construction of a build
ing at Hillside Home, to be known as the
Chapel, according to plans and pacifications
to be seen st the office of Fred J. Amsdeo.
nrcnitect. Five per cent, of the contract price
in cash or cer tilled check must accompany
each proposal, to be forfeited upon refusal to
enter luto contract if awarded. The Board
reserves the right to reject any or all bids.
Bids must be marked "Proposals lor Chapel"
and addressed to
MRS. FRANCES B. 8 WAN,
Chairman lioma Committal,
Scranton, May 7, 106.
SEALED PROPOSAL8 WIL BE B
crived by rhe Chairman of the HOrse
Committee, of the Scranton Poor Board until
Friday. June S, lit for the furnishing and
putting in place of an electric lighting plant
at Hillside, Home, according to plans and spec
lUcatlona which may bs seen at the o$ce of
Director Frederick Fuller, Poraotoo, Pa.
Each proposal must be accompanied by-cash
or certified check to the amount of Bve per
cont. of the hid to be forfeited in eats at- re
fusal to make contract if swarded. The board
reserves th rlaht to reject any or all bids.
All proposals mnst be endorsed "Proposals
Electric Lighting." and addressed to
MRS. FRANCES R SWAN,
Chairman Home Committee.
Scranton, May 7, 1906.
OmcF. or this Boahd or Commissioners
or Public Grounds and Bcildikos.
Daniel H. Hastings, J. C. Uelaney,
Amos. H. Mylln, BenUimin J. Haywood,
Auditor General. State Tresiurer,
PROPOSALS FOR FURNISHING 8TA
L tlonery. Fuel and other Supplies.
In compliance with the Constitution and
laws of tbe Commonwealth of Pennsylvania,
we hereby invite sealed proposals, at prices
below maximum rates Hxoii in schedules, to
furnish stationary, furniture, fuel and other
supplies for the several departments of the
State Government, and for making repairs In
the several departments and for the distribu
tion of the public documents, for the yar
ending the llrst Tuesday of Juno, A D. 1SP7
Separate proposals will be received and ten
ors e contracts awarded as announced In said
schedules. Each p-oposal must 1st accom
panied by a bond, slth at least two surletiee
or o:ie society company, approved bv 11 Jud -e
of the Cou t of Common Hens of tho county
in which the person or persons may real Jo.
conditioned for tho faithful performance of
tho contract, and addreuud and delivered to
the Board of Commissioners of Public Grounds
and Buildings beforo twlvo o'clock M , of
I nesday the I'd day of June. A. D 1MS. ut
which time thu proposals will be opened and
published, in the Hecoptimi Room of the Ex
ecutive Department at Harrisburg. and con
tracts awarded as soon thereafter as prac
ticable. Blank bonds and ichrdtilfs containing all
necessary information can be obtained at this
J. C. DELANEY.
For the Board of Commissioner 1 of Public
Grounds and Buildings
ROEBLING'S CELEBRATED TANSY AND
Pennyroyal i-lil: imported: abiolntely
sate; harmless; superior to nil others: never
tails, anv stage: tlinusands of happy ladies: S3
bvmall. Sold only by Bt'TAMt AL SPECI
FIC CO.. 114 Filth Avenne, New York.
ROAD. Commencing Monday,
Bt .4TrkJlX3 r. JUiy i. an trains will
S3 B Vi nrnvo at new lacka
V W v wanna avenue station
KfW r ns follows:
Trains will leave Scran
ton station for Carbondnle and Interme
rtin's nolnts at 2.20. Mu, 7.00, H.1'5 and 10.lt
a! m I KM. 20. 3.53. 5.15. 8.15, 7.25. SU0 and
"ForFarvlew, Waymart and TTonesdals
at 7 00. 6.H5 and 10.10 a. m 12.00, 2.20 and 5.1S
P'For Albany, Saratoga, the Adlrondacki
and Montreal at 5.43 a, m. and 2.20 p, m.
For Wllkes-Barr ond Intermediate
DOlnts at 7.45. 8.45, .!8 and 10.45 a. m., 12.05,
120 2 38, 4.00. 6.10, 0,03, 8.16 and 11.31 p, m.
'Trains will arrive at Scrunton station
from Carbondale and Intermediate point
at 7.40, 8.40. 9.34 and 10.40 a. m 12.00, 1.17.
i!.S4. 8.40. 4.54. 6.55, 7.45, 9.11 and 11.83 p. m.
From Honesdalo, Waymart nnif Far.
view at 9.34 a. m.. 12.00, 1.17, 3.40. 5.53 and
7.45 p. ni.
From Monlrcnl, Saratoga, Albany, etc..
at 4.64 and 11.33 p. m. 1
From WIIkes-Ttarre and Intermedial
Eolnts at 1.16, 1.04, 10.05 and 11.66 a. m., l.lfj
li 1.3). 6.10. 6.08. 7.20, 9.03 and 11. It p. m.
209 Washington Avenue,
Opp. Court House.
UPHOLSTER FURNITURE :
flAMi Tarnfik. tf
yavww VW4 J VWaJ
Hake Over Mattresses,
Hake and Repair Sprlnjv
Sell Iron Beds,
Hake Fine Mattresses.
Schedule Is Effect May 19, 1S03.
Trains Leave Wilket-Barre ai Follows
725 a. m., week days, fop Sunbury
Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington, and for Pitts
burg and the West.
10.16 a m., week days, for Hazleton.
Pottsville, Reading;, Norristown
and Philadelphia; and for Sun
bury, Harrisburg, Philadelphia,
Baltimore. Washington, and Pitts
burg and the West.
3.17 p. m., week days, for Sunbury,
Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Balti
more Washington and Pittsburg
and the West.
4.40 p. m., Sundays only, for Sun
bury, Harrisburg, Philadelphia,
Baltimore, Washington and Pitts
burg and the West.
0.00 p. m., week days, for Hazletpn
J. R. WOOD, Oen'l Pass. Agent.
S. M. PREVOST, rjenerel Manager.
Central Railroad ot New Jersey.
(Lehigh and Susquehanna Division.)
Anthracite coal used exclusively, lnsun
ing cleanliness and comfort.
TIME TABLE IN EFFJCT MCH. 15, UM
Trains leave Scranton for Pltuton.
Wllkea-Barre. ete at ttO, 9.1V U.80 a. m ,
11.46, 2.00. 3.05. D.60,7.10 p. m. Sundays, 9.W
a. m 1.00, iU6, T.W p. m.
For AtlAhtlo City, 9.20 a. m.
For .New Ydk, Newark and EHiabsth.
tM (efcpiwss) a. m-.12.4o (.express with Buf
fet parlor car), t (express) p. m. Sun.
day, 2.16 p. ro. Train leaving; 12.45 p, n,
arrives at BWladSlphla, Reading- Term.'
insL 0.22 P. m.,and New York 9.00 p. m.
Tor Msuch Chunk, Allentown. Bethle
hem, Bastyn and Philadelphia, 9.20 a. m
12.46, 3.06, 5.00 (except Philadelphia) p. tn.
Sunday. 2.15 p. m.
For Long Branch, Ocean Qrove, etc.. at
S.20 a. m.. 12.45 p. m.
For Reading, Lebanon and Harrisburg.
via Allentown, 8.20 a. m 12.45. 6.00 p. ni
Sueday, 2.16 P. m.
Vor Pottsville. 8.20 a., 12.45, p. m. '
R.turnlng, leave New York, foot of Lib
erty street. North River, at 9.10 (express)
a. m., LUT 1.30. 4.15 (express with Buffet
parWr,can p. m. Sunday. 4.80 a. m.
Leave Philadelphia, Reading Terminal.
9.00 a. m., 2.00 and 4.30 p. in. Sunday 8.37
Through tickets to all points at lowest
rates may be had on application in ad
vance to the ticket agent at the station.
H. P. BALDWIN,
Gen. Pais. Agent.
J. H. OLHAUSEN. Gen. 8upt.
Nov. 17. 1895.
Train leaves Scranton tor Philadelphia
sad New York via D. H. R. ,R. st 7.41
s. m.. 11.05, 1.20, 2.18 and 11.39 p. m vis .,
U W. H. R 8.00. 8.04V 11.20 a. m.. add LM
Leave Scranton forlttston and Wilkes
Barre, vii D.. L. XT. R, 1 CUO, 8.09. 11.29,
s. m 3.40. 9.07. 9.62 p. m. '
Leave Scranton for White Haven, Ha.
sleton, Pottsville and all points on the
Beaver Meadow and Pottsville breaches,;
J S ?' H- B. ut 7.45 a. m 11.08, .1.20.'
2.18. 4.00 p. in., via D. L., W. R, R. 6 00,
8 0S, 11.20 a. m 1.30. 3.40 p. m.
Leave Scranton for Bethlehem. Easton.
Reading, Harrisburg-and all Intermediate
fo'nlf. via D. A H.Tl. R. 7.45 a. p.. 1105,
1.20, 2.38. .00, 11.38 p. m.. Via D...U 4sW,'
R. R.. S.00. 8.08, 11.20a. m!, lS a. M . .
Leave Scranton for TunkhlhpBdlc, Tp
wanda, Elmlra, Ithaca, Geneva and. 11
Intermediate points via D ft EL R.
r h- inJ UK vlzp-i eVw;.
K. R.. 8.08, .65.a- m 1.30 p. ni.
Leave Soranton for Rochester, Buff!.
Niagara Falls. Detroit, Chftsgdsknd IR
12.05. 9.16, ll.tR p. m.. via D t. W. B. R,
and Pittston Junction, 8.03. 8.56 -si u.,.ut.
so p. m.
For Elmlra and tie west via SalUBalus,
via D. & h. R. R., 8.46 a: m. f. K$nTj
vlaD., L. & W, R. R 9.01. IK-artd tlBp
Pulman parlor and sleeping; or. X ' vj
chr.lr cars on all trains between, ti,B
Junction or Wllkes-Barr and frwfVatkt
Philadelphia, Buffalo, And SuspstnleJ
A. W. N0NNEMACHE8. A&COen,
Pass. Agt., South Bethlehem. Vs. '
' Erie anil Wyoming Valley.
EFFECTIVE MAR(jH-'18, lfci
Trains, leave Scranton for New Terk
snd intermediate points on the Brie sail
road, also for Honesdale. Haw ley and
local points at 8.36 a. m. and 3.29 p. n. and
arrive at Scranton from above pelnts as
1.23 a. m. and 3.67 p. m.
Broad and Locuit Streets, Philadelphia.
One of the moat maitnlficent hotels lathe
world. Palatial in every detail.
Absolutely Fireproof. American and
Situated near all the leadiug theatrei and
rallrsad nations. .
STAFFORD, WHITAKER & KEECH