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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1900.
87 Kxcliuhe. Wire (rum Tlio Associated I'rcM,
Fncloryvlllo, pec. ID. News reached
hero ycHtorduy of tlio death of trio
oldest dnttghtcr, Thelinu, oC Mr. und
Mrs. It. 1). Cliuse, of debo, Montunn.
Aim. CIiosc and children loft hero two
weeks ngo liust Sunday night for the
nbovo-nunicd plnco to Join her hus
band, where they hud decided to mrtlte
their future homo. The next day, af
ter their nrrlvnl nt their destination
the daughter, Thelnut, was taken 111
with Bcnrlet fever, from which 8he
Itev. AV. M. Illllor was In Scranton
Monday on business.
Quarterly conference will bo held
thla afternoon at the Methodist Kplfl
...eopal church and Hov. L. C. Floyd will
deliver the sermon.
Prlzo sneaking tomorrow evening at
the Baptist church by the young men
of Keystone Academy. Nino or ten
young men will contest.
The two lower grades of the graded
school will have a Christmas tree at
the school building. A good pro
gramme will bo prepared and every
Ti. Byron Green, of Benton, for many
years a solicitor and collector for the
Scranton ltcpubllcan, bus severed his
connection with that paper.
The weather for the past week has
been making lee very fast and already
some of our local Ice men are start
ing to cut Ice. It Is ,from sis to eight
Mrs. Lcllluh Robinson, who has been
Roriously 111 for the past two weeks,
Is much better and her many frjonds
hope for her complete recovery.
Mr. and Mrs. V. IL Gardner, who
have been making a tour of the West
and South, are now on their way home
from Galveston, Texns, via New York
Miss Edith Davis was In Scranton
Wednesday attending the wedding of
Paulowna Rebekuh lodge met in
. regular session Tuesday night and
conferred the Bebekah degree on-Mine
Mrs. George Snyder, of Nicholson,
spent Wednesday here with relatives.
Mrs. N. A. Gardner and Mrs. Emery
Avery .wore in Wilkes-Burre today,
attending the wedding of their
Special to the Scranton Tilliune.
Hallstead, Dec. 10. II. 13. Perry, the
merchant, Is selling out his goods. Next
year air. Perry expects to devote his
entire time to the stone quarrying
James Snover Is suffering from an at
tack of the grip.
The Young Men's Christian associa
tion here recently purchased three pair
of tine new crutches, to be loaned out
to injured railroad men as they become
This week two large barrels of cloth
ing wpvo Rhlpi'etl tc North .Carolina,
'.where they are to be distributed among
the poor mountain whites.
The funeral of little Beglnu Hays,
who 'died Sunday from the effects of
tubercular meningitis, was held Tues
day afternoon at o o'clock. Interment
Cas made in St. Lawrence cemetery at
Great Bend. Out-or-toWn friends who
attended were A. F. Duffy, Miss Mar
garet Carrigg, Miss Maine Crowe, Miss
Kate Eustice, Mrs. Nellie Connelly,
Mrs. Edward Austin, Miss Nellie Cahlll
and P. H. Eustice, all of Blnghnmton,
and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Honkin.s,
Tames Long, Mrs. T. Kinney and Miss
Mary Fltsslmmons, all of Scranton.
Ira McLeod, n Lackawanna fireman,
while at "work on engine No. 352, seeing
that a collision was about to occur,
leaped from the cab window. A mo
ment later the engine collided with a
caboose. In jumping, McLeod sprained
his ankle by striking upon the frozen
' Reuben Barnes, of the Mount Ilor
nion school, is to return home to spend
his holiday acatlon.
B. F. Bernstein returned home from
a New York business trip Monday.
Page Lyman, of this place, a well
known blacksmth, has killed forty-onu
It is present-day conditions heaping
burdens of work upon the nervous system
that tells the story premature breaking up
It tells why so many men and women,
who so far as age in 'years is concerned,
should be in the prime of health, find them
selves letting go of the strength, the power,
the vitality they once possessed. It is be
cause that great motor power ot the body,
nerve force, is impaired. Ever)- organ de
pends upon its controlling power just as
much as the engine depends upon the steam
to put it into action. An engine won't go
without steam. Neither will the heart, the
brain, the liver, the kidneys, the stomach
act right without their proper nerve force
supply. Let any organ be lacking in this
essential and troubles begin some of them
Throbbing, palpitating heart.
Inability to work or think.
Exhaustion on exertion,
Flagging appetite. ,
Easily excited, nervous, Irritable,
Loss of flesh and muscular power.
A, picture, hideous, but easily changed to
ne of brightness by use of Dr. A. W.
Chase's Nerve Vills, They build up the
Mm and supply nerve force.
The above if the genuine package of Dr,
A. VV. Chase's Nerve Pills, are told by deal
K or Dr. A- W, Chase Medicioe Company.
jfte,N.Y. Price 50 cents,
coomb tills senson. He holds the belts
an proof of the claim.
Rev. J,. S. Fngan last Sunday an
nounced the coming marriage ot Miss
Mary Scnnton, the gifted daughter of
Mr. nud Mrs. Charles Scanlon, to John
A. Clune, ot Cnrbondnle, a promising
and well-known young man. The cere
mony will take place January 2.
Atlss Daisy Brown, the accomplished
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Brown,
and Charles Slsson, son of Mr. nnd Mrs.
Fred Slsson, will be married on Thurs
day at Blnghnmton. Miss Brown is a
popular young lady. Mr. Slsson Is a
rising, Industrious young railroad man.
They will commence housekeeping In
tho Van Ness block on Main Htreet,
where a furnished home awaits them.
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. S.
A. Hall will learn with much regret
that they have decided to move to
Scranton. Mr. Hall moves there to be
nenr his work.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Susquehanna, Dee. 19. Clark B.
Smith and Mls.? Myra McCannon, or
Onkland, were married In Blnghnmton
on Tuesday by Rev. Dr. Edward Tylor.
Tho Delaware and Hudson still has
a largo force at work on Its Nineveh
branch, straightening curves, reducing
grades, etc. Tho work progresses night
and day. It will bo completed In the
The several Sunday schools of this
place are preparing for Christmas ex
ercises. Several of the churches of this place
are preparing to hold extra meetings In
The funeral of. the lute Theodore
Whitney will occur on Thursday.
Mrs. Geonre Skinner is on the sick
Several foxes have been killed this
week near Red Rock.
It is generally believed that tho great
coal deal In Hip Lackawanna valley will
Increase the coal traffic on the Erie and
materially benefit Susquehanna.
Albert Falkenbury, -of the First Na
tional bank, left this morning to visit
relatives n Washington, D. C.
Congressman Wright and family will
return home from Washington on Sat
urday, to remain until after the holi
days. Canawacta chapter, Order of the
Eastern Star, will elect officers this
The High School Record, a very cred
itable production, has appeared.
Conductor Decker has been appoint
ed conductor of Erie trains No. 1 and 8,
to succeed the late Conductor Hepburn.
Rev. William M. Bouton, pastor of
the Avenue Methodist church, is this
week assisting Pastor Newing in the
extra meetings in the Susquehanna
Susauehanna talent will give an cn
tertainment in the Methodist church at
Jackson, on Friday evening, Decem
Erie Conductor William Carter con-
tnues to Improve.
The Delaware and Hudson paid its
Nineveh branch employes on Monday.
Colonel William H. Telford is still ill
at his home on Broad street.
SpMidl to the Scranton Tribune.
New Milford, Dec. 18. Miss Lizzie
Johnson, of Blnghamton, is a guest
at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert
Jlrs. F. G. Inderllcd spent a few
days with relatives In Blnghamton
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Tiffany called
on Hallstead friends Tuesday.
Twenty of our jolly young people
enjoyed a skating party at Page's
pond. Lakeside, on Monday evening.
Upon their return, a bounteous sup
per WU3 served them at II. J. Brown's
restaurant. It was a beautiful even
ing, and fine skating, and all reported
having a fine time. Those who went
were: Misses Kate Qulnn, Ina Aid
rich, Henrietta Hnyden, Mnggle Hay
don, I'eatrice Howell, Noll Qulnn,
Julia Dearborn, Maud Brown, Mabel
Elbretch and Helen Hutchlngs;
Messrs. Hoy Hawley, Arthur Hawley,
Thomas Brick, Leo Swackhammer,
George McConnell, Charles Benjamin,
Bert VanBusklrk, Clyde Pratt, Ray
Aldrlch and Theron Shuy.
Tho members of tho Presbyterian
church choir will bo entertained nt
tlio home o Mrs. M. O. Bradley
Mrs. Albert Helt::mau is seriously
ill with rheumatism.
School will close on Friday for a two
Mrs. File and daughter, Gertrude, ot
Calllcon, nro guests nt tho home of
F. G. Indorlied.
Airs. Stella Hamilton entertained a
number of her friends at her homo on
Church street last Saturday evening.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Gibson, Dec. 19. E. A. Sweet and
wife, wore in Blnghamton one day last
Walter Lewis visited friends in
KIngsley one evening recently.
W J, Lamb and family expect to
move in town in the spring.
B. W. Suiter visited in Cavbondale
Carl Wheaton, of Jackson, assisted
Walter Lewis In hl blacksmith shop
Simon nicker and family moved In
P. J, Bonner's house last week,
II, C, Scott, of Scranton, is hero help
ing enro for his mother, Mrs. R. s.
Scott, who Is very sick,
O, G. Gelatt nnd .son E. T of Gelatt,
were in town on business last Satur
day. FOREST CITY.
Epeclil to the Scranton Tribune.
Forest City, Dec, 19. It is .pocted
that Herbert E. Reynolds, who has
been In the hospital at Curbondulp
for the past month and a half, will bo
allowed to sit up for tho first time on
Christmas. This treat will probably
bo tho most welcome ono that ho will
receive end betokens a condition that
will bring rapid recovery, His friends
will lie greatly pleased to hear ot tho
improvement in ills condition.
Fred Reynolds has been usslgned to
rne of the collieries of the Hillside
company in T-iucrnp county.
George AV, Hughes, of Carbondale,
wus in town yesterday,
J. D. Nealwi, of tho Anthracite
City, was h business visitor hero to-
W. J. Morgan, the Tribune represent
latlve, vns in town yesterday, gather
ing In the shekels' nnd iicntterlng
untiles among The Tribune readers.
A large number of people from For
est City attended the performance ot
tho Olcott company In Cavbondalo
W. H, Bates and wife nltendod the
funeral of Mrs. Milton Lawrence at
Bothnny today. Deceased Svna a nls-tor-ln-law
of Mrs. Bates.
F. P. McLaughlin, of Rock Lake, Is
visiting In town.
James AIcAndrcw, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Terrence McAndrow, of the
North End, was killed on Tuesday
afternoon In tho mines nt Beaver
Meadow colliery, near Hazlcton. The
circumstances surrounding his death
could not be learned. He left here
a few years ago to work with htn
cousin, Charles Merrick, foreman of
the colliery. He was employed as over
seer of the timber men. The remains
arrived here at about 9 o'clock last
evening. Besides his purents, he Is
survived by live brothers. The funeral
arrangements are not yet completed.
Thomas McGlynn Is a candidate for
school director in tho First ward. Other
aspirants are: Attorney M. J. Dixon,
James vMcGlynn, Michael Brehony and
Another mound was made In Lnng
cllffe cemetery yesterday, when Mar
garet, the six-year-old daughter ot
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Atwell, was laid
to rest beside those of her mother,
who died six years ago. Services at
the P. M. church were conducted by
Rev. T. E. Wilson, assisted by the
choir. The floral offerings were very
beautiful. They were given by the
grandparents, Airs. R'.dgtelly, Mrs.
Jeffries, Airs. Rowe, Jane Atwell, Jen
nie Atwell, !Mrs. Hughes, Wllkes
Barre; Airs. J. P. Alltcholl, Airs. Hal
bright, Sunday school class, Joseph
Taylor, Airs. Evans and daughter
Alaude, Airs. Hateman. The pall-bearers
were: Viola Smith, Stella Zengle,
AInttle 'Deeble and Bessie Williams.
The piano to be paid for irom tho
school entertainment -will be used to
morrow afternoon and evening. Since
the programme Is quite lengthy, the
curtain will raise at 2 o'clock and S
A number of places were opened In
the Hillside colliery yesterday. The
colliery will be In full operation be
fore New Year's day.
Airs. Eugene AIcLaughlin will leave
tomorrow for her home in New York
city after several months' residence
The finance committee and Airs.
Ford's Bible class -will conduct a ba
r.nar In tho P. AI. church on Saturday
afternoon and evening. Admission will
be free until 7 o'clock, when r cents
will be charged.
The Best Cold Cure
If one yon can take without interrup
tion to business. One that does not
effect the head or hearing-like tho con
tinued use of quinine. One that cures
speedily and leaves you feeling fresh
and clear-headed. Such a one .is
Krause's Cold Cure. Price 25c. Sold
by Afatthews Bros.
ATTRACTIONS THIS WEEK.
Academy of Music.
I.AVf TimiX DAYS "Slbeiii."
l'ilt.ST Tiinia: DAYS-ltoso Hill KuglMi l'ully
LAST TlirtKK DAYS Victoria Ilurlesquers.
"Mavourneen" at Lyceum.
11 anything was needed to prove that L'liaun
ce.v Oleott is a gicat favorite in this city it
was furnished last ninlit by the great audience
that thronged the Lyceum to see liim in "Ala
vouineen," a iiluv that lias been one of his
btandbjw for many seasons. Although tlio week
pircciiliig the holidays is usually one. of the dull
est of tlio theatrical season the audience last
night found that tlio theater wjs far too small.
Several hundred persons had to bo turned away.
Olcott was in good voice and sane "Plain
Molly O," "The Aula Countree," ".Mavourneen,"
"The Little Cluistnias Tire" and "She and f
Together," in a way that quite captivated the
Tho company suppoiling the hamUonic Mucins?
comedian is very evenly balancid and the per
formance asa whole was very pltaiing;.
.Mr. Olcott nnd his rompany ipluureed at the
Lyceum iu the afternoon the new play which he
will present in Philadelphia Xrw Year's week.
Tho title .if it is "Gairett 0'M.irIi." and it was
written for Olcott by his manager, Augustus
1'ltoii. It Is a higher made of comedy, it is
taid, than Jlr. Olcott bus heretofore attempted.
Xo melodrama produced in years has produced
so forcible a lesson as ".Siberia," Hartley Camp
bell's greatest play, which will be rIu-u a
sumptuous revival at the Academy this week,
Thursday, 1'rlday and Satuiday, under tho di-'
leclion of V. J. Fielding, The incidents upon
which tho story Is founded appeal to everyone
in tlds country whcie the grcatut freedom is
enjoyed, and the' sorrow, suffering and slavery
that are depleted meet with the waune.it sym
A carload of special scen'eiy und effects is car
ried and new and beautiful costumes will bo dis
played. In tho first act a picturesque view of
Moscow is piCf-enlcd, A second eccno shows tho
same at nijcht with tlio Ioiil- bridge and the
city in the distauco brilliantly illuminated. This
is followed by a view of the governor-general's
palace a particularly handsome and effective set.
Tho sceiio representing tho mines of Sibrla is
In keeping with tho excellence of the other
Weok of Bepejtoire.
Chester DcVonde, suppotted by an excellent
company, and under tho diicelion ol Chailca
Ih Walters, will begin a week's engagement nt
the Academy ot Music Monday ccnlnjr, Dec. 24,
Matinees will bo given dally commencing Tues
day. Mr, l)e Voudo spent part of the summer in
New York selecting the vciy bet talent. Ha has
a company now second to none, Messrs,. Walters
and DcVonde aro carrilng this season tho larg
est amount of scenery carried by any stock com
pany, The repertoirn will include all new plays with
tho singlo exception of that phenomenal sue.
ce&) "Ten Ton Door," which went Into New
York city and plajcd to high prices and received
tho very highest mention fiom tlio critics of
any inelo-chuma teen there last season,
High-class specialties will bo Introduced. For
Saturday matinee an elaborate production of
"llobimon Crusoe" will be glicn.
for three days, opening with inatlncc this af.
to noon, tho famous Victoria lluilesqueis uppear
at tho ever popular Gaiety.
An excellent peiformaiue Is gimautied when
ever this attiaetlon Is announced.
Some of the Newest Applications of
the Mysterious Fluid.
Fiom (ho New York Sun.
The electrlo railroad, equipped down
to tho minutest detail, is ono of tho
feutures of this yeur's playthings for
boys. Tho owner may get electricity
from an ordinary -wot hattery or may
generate It from a dynamo driven by
a turbine connected with a running
water faucet n tho house. Ho mav
lay as many steel rails around the
DON T WAIT.
Take Advantage of Scran
ton Citizen's Experience
Before It Is Too Late,
When the back begins to ache
Don't wait till bnckaeho' becomes
Till serious kidney (troubles develop,
Till urinary troubles destroy night's
Profit by a Scranton citizen's ex
perience. Airs. Ti Davis, ot !)1S Hampton
street, says: "My kidneys troubled
mo for three years, more or less, with
shurp shooting pain In the small of
my back, less during tho day than
nt night, unless I lifted anything or
strnlned my back or overtaxed my
self doing my housework. Ati night I
turned from side to side trying to
find n comfortable position, nnd It kept
me awake for hours. There was also
a kldnov weakness which wns very
nnnoylng nnd distressing; at all times.
I became so bad that I wus comlned
to my bed for over n week nnd had
to have n. doctor. It was then that I
saw Doan's Kidney Pills ndvcrtlsed
and ho highly recommended by Scran
ton testimony that I wa3 induced to
set them from Alntthews Bros.' drug
store. They proved to be just what
I n.oded nnd helped me right away.
Aly back was better and stronger than
It had been for a long time and the
kidney weakness completely disap
peared." For sale by nil dealers. Price BO
cents. Foster-Jrilburn Co., Buffalo.
N. Y,, sole agents for tho United
Hemember the name, Doan's, and
take no substitute.
room as he pleases. The electricity
is let Into the rail by n. tiny wire from
the battery or dynamo and Is picked
up by a motor concealed in the boiler
of tho engine. He can back the engine
by a reverse lever or he can' start nnd
stop It at will. II can run It at a
speed of ISO or 200 feet a minute, or
he can Just make It crawl. There are
passenger cars nnd freight cars;.swltch
es and signal towers; stations and
If tho boy wants to be la the coal
business there is a complete reproduc
tion of tlio engine and curs used in the
coal mines. He must lenrn nil about
positive currents and negative currents
that is, in their practical slarnlllcanee
as to machinery, and iifncing his
.storage batteries for there a
batteries in the equipment he muT
learn how to 'do it and what will nnd
what -will not kill his dynamo. Then
if he chooses to string electric lights
at the crossings or all along the line,
there are the' lights to string and he
must' learn how to connect and discon
nect them. It is fairly bewildering what
fun boys may have and are having
with the electric, railroads that are now
made for them. Of course they are get
ting useful information all the time,
and useful information in collection
with i'un on general principles would
revolt tho soul of any well organized
boy. But he doesn't know he is set
ting it. in this case, and even if he
does why, of course there are offsets
of some kind to pretty much every
thing in this- world.
Valuable Real Estate
FRIDAY, JAXPAHV, 11, 1000.
By virtue ot sundry writs of Fieri Fa
cias, Levari Facias and Venditioni Kx
ponas. issued out of the Court of Com
mon Pleas of Lackawanna County, to me
uirucieu, i will expose to puuuu haiu uy
vendue or outcry, to the highest and best
bidder, for cash, at tlio Court House, in
the City of Scranton, Lacknwanna Coun
ty, on FRIDAY, tho KLEV13NTII DAY
OF JANUARY, A. D., 11W0, at lu o'clock in
the li renoon of said day, alt tho right,
title and Interest of tliu defendants in
and to tlio following described lots, plecus
or parcels of land, viz:
Xo. 1. All the right, tile und lultie.st of
the defendant, Catharine Hylaiul, in and
to nil that certnln lot or parcel of laud
r.lluato in tho Borough of Alayvlllo (now
Alayfleld), County of Lackawanna and
State of Pennsylvania, and bounded und
described as follows: Being Lot No. 12
In Block No. :i on the property of the mil.
muu coal nud iron company in tne saia
Borough of Alayvlllo (now Alayfleld), as
described and designated In tlio survey
of the sumo accompanied by it map
thereof, being in front sixty (00) feet, in
rear sixty (CO) fo?t and ono hundred nnd
lift j- (15U) feet deep, bounded on the
south by Lackawanna avenue, on tli
west by Lot No. 11, on tho north by
kind bolonglng to the Hillside Coal nnd
Iron company und on tho east by Lot
No. IS. Coal and minerals excepted und
reserved. All Improved with two two
story frame dwelling houses and out
buildings. Seized and taken hi execution at the
suit of William R. Lewis vs. Catherine
Hyland. DMt, $:)00. Judgment No. LI'S,
Aiay Term, 159S. Fl. fa. to January Term,
11)01. H. L. TAYLOR, Atl'y.
No. 2.-AU tho right, title nnd luteiest
of tho defendants, P. J. Timlin nnd M,
L. Lnngan, In and to nil Dint certain lot,
piece or parcel of land situate, lying und
being in tho Borough of Dunmoro. County
of Lackawanna, and Stnto of Pennsyl
vania, bounded nnd described ns follows:
Beginning at a corner on Jackson (now
Taylor) avenue: thence northwest aloiiM
Philip Ooft'nian's lot ono hundred and
fifty (ISO) feet to an alley: thenco south
west ono hundred (100) feet to Patrick
Barrett's lot; -thouco southeast along said
Patrick Barrett's lot ono hundred nnd
tlfty (150) feet to said Jackson (now Tny
lor) uvonuu; thenco northeast allmg said
Jackson (now Tny lor) acnue ono hun
dred (100) feet to tho place of beginning.
Containing about onchalf of an ncie,
bo tho samo more or less. Coal and
mineral excepted and reserved. All Im
proved with ono two-story double framo
dwelling hoiiso und ono two-story framo
Hluglu dwelling houso, and outbuildings
Seized and taken In execution nt tho
suit of Michael Ilannlck vs. P. J.
Timlin. Debt, $300. Judgment No. 6T'.,
March Term, 1S9S. Plurles II. fa. to Jan
uary Term, 1001. TAYLORi Ai LKW1S,
No. K. All the light, title und Interest
of tlio defendants, Mnry T, Reynolds and
Fred Reynolds, In and to nil that cer
tain lot or parcel of laud situate, lying
und being lu tho Township of Lnrknwuii.
im, County of Lackawanna nud Btnte of
1'euusylvuuiu, designated pud ' described
ns follows, to wit: Being Lot No. 10 lu
Block No. it, upon the southerly side of
Stratford uvcutiu; said lot being forty
(10) -foot In front on said Stratford ave
nue und one hundred forty-six til'i) foot
deep, more or less, to a court for public
use, fourteen (it) fcut wide: said lot be
ing rectangular In shnpe, as designated
and laid out on tho plot or map of the
said "Tho Keystone Lund Company,"
which mini is of record in tho proper of
fice for tho recording of deeds, etp., In
and for tho said County of Luckuwaunn,
In Deed Book No. Ill, pngo 262. Im
proved wllh (i two-story frame dwelling
hoiiHO and outbuildings thereon.
Seized and taken In execution nt the
ult of Henry W. Northup vs. Mary
T, Reynolds and Fred Reynolds. Debt,
S2,ofl",20. Judgment No. 122,, January
Term, 1M1, Fl. fa. to Jnnunry Term, looi.
No. 4. All tho rlRhl, title nnd Intercut
of tho defendant, Jacob Fox, In und to
nil Hint certain lot, nlcco or parcel ot
Irtnd situate In the City ot Scranton,
County of Lacknwnnna nnd Btnte of
l'cniisylvnnla, bounded and described as
follows, to wit! Known nnd designated
on .1. 1 lermnn's map of South Hyde Park
ns tho northeasterly onc-lmlf of Lot No.
Hi, In Block No. B4, being forty-nine (4)
feet In wlrtth on nn alley nnd seventy
ilvo ("CO feet In depth. Improved with n
two-siory frame dwelling house, out
buildings und other Improvements there--on.
Hoisted nnd taken In execution nt the
suit ot Taylorvllle Dtllldlng nnd Loan us
soclatlon vs. Jncob Fox. Debt, $1,372.00.
Judgment No. 1210, September Term, 1900.
Lev. fa, to January Term, 1901,
CHARLES 10. OLVUR, Att'y.
No. 5. All 'the right title nnd Interest
ot the defendant, Thomas Collins, In und
tn till those certuln lots, pieces or parcels
of land In tho Old Borough of Hyde
Park (now City ot Scranton), Lackawan
na County, Pennsylvania, known ns Lots
Nos. IS nnd 19, In Square or Block No.
19 nnd fronting on Fillmore avenue; be
ing each twenty-live (2."i) feet in front by
one hundred nnd eighty-seven and one
luilf (IST'S) feet In Ucpth, according to a
plan or mnp entitled "Price and Pancoast
Addition to City of Scranton," recorded
in Luzorno County, Pennsylvania, in
Deed Book No. 121, page 312, tho twenti
eth, day of October, A. D 1807. Being
the samo piece or parcel of land con
veyed to Anthony Dtiggan by fill K.
Prlco pt nl., by Indenture dated Oct. 1,
A. D 1S74, nnd recorded In the office for
recording of deeds In Lackawanna Coun
ty In Deed Book No. 2, page 272, nnd
devised and bequeathed to Alary Dllggun
by Anthony Duggan by will probuted
June CO. 1S83. nnd registered In ofllce for
registering wills In Lackawanna County
lu Will Book No. 3. Improved with a
two-story framo dwelling und outhouses
Seized and taken in execution at the
suit of Winifred Collins vs. Thomas Col
lins. Debt, $600. Judgment No. 81, Jail
uury Term, 1901. Fi. fu. to January
i-erm, Ji. HANT13S, Atfy.
No. C All the right, title end Interest
of the defendant, Robert A. Lindsay, iu
and to nil that certain lot, piece or parcel
of land situate in (the Thirteenth ward of
the City of Scranton, Lackawanna Coun
ty, Pennsylvania, commencing at a
point on the division line between the
properties known as the "Von Storch"
property and lands now or late of the
Thomas Dickson Kstate. et a point fifty
(HO) feet north from Capouse avenue:
thence In a northerly direction along said
division line one hundred (100) feet to a
corner: thence in a southwesterly direc
tion, at light angles to tho last-mentioned
line, to n point ninety (90) feet from tha
dlvslon line between Lots Nos. 4t and 46
of the Thomas Dickson Kstnte; thenco
nt right angles to the last-mentioned line
nnd parallel to the .division line between
lands of the Dickson and Von Storch Es
tates, In u. southeasterly direction one
hundred (100) feet to a point fifty (30i
;'eet distant from Capouse avenue; thenca
Tit rlcht ancles to the last-mnntlonpd lino.
In a northeasterly direction, to the place
Seized and taken in execution at the
Milt of Theodore O. AVolf and Everett
Warren, surviving executors and trustees
under the last will and testament of Ben
jamln H. Throop. deceased. Debt, $1,273.73.
Judgment No. 022, September Torni, 1900.
Alias 11. fa. to January Term, 1501.
W1LLARD, WA9RUEN & JCNAPP.
No. 7. All the right, title and interest
of the defendants. Henry Reynolds, Eu
gene B. Steele. William J. Douglas, own
ers, and Edwin Houok and Eugene E.
Steele, doing business as Houck & Steele,
contractors, in and to all that certain lot,
Piece or parcel of land situate In the
Township of Lackawanna. County ot
j.ncitawanna and state or Pennsylvania,
and benlg Lot No. S, in Block No. 2, as
designated and laid out on the plot or
mnp of "The Keyston Land Company,"
known and described as Lincoln Heights
Annex, which said plot or map is record
ed in the ofllce for the recording of deeds
hi und for Lackawanna County; said lot
being forty (40) feet In front on South
Alain avenue and extending on its north
erly side one hundred and sixty-one and
elghty-flvo one-hundredths (101.85) feet
deep to nn alley, fourteen (14) feet wide,
and on southerly side one hundred and
sixty four and seventy-nine one-hun-dredths
(1C4.79) feet deep to the alley
aforesaid, and being forty-one and one
one-hundredths (41.1) feet wide in the
rear, as shown on said map. Being tho
same premises which "Tho Keystone
Land Company" conveyed to Henry
Reynolds by deed duly recorded in Lack
awanna County In Deed Book No. 179,
pngo 90, etc., and by him to Eugene ,
Steele, -which deed was duly recorded in
said Lacicawnnnn county and later con
veyed by the said Eugene E. Steele and
wife to William J. Douglas by deed
dated Aiay 21. 1900, which deed has never
been recorded. Excepting nnd reserving
the coal and minerals as the samu are
heretofore reserved. All improved with
a large two-story frame dwelling house
with basement. Said dwelling house Is
forty-four (11) feet by twenty-six and
one-half (2oi) feet, with shingle roof.
Seized and taken In execution at the
suit of Hower & Stemler vs. Henry Rey
nolds. Eugene E. Steele und William J.
Douglas, owners, and Houck & Steele,
contractors. Debt, $782,7(1. Judgment
No. 127.". September Term, 1000. Lev. fa.
to January Term, 1901.
No. S. All the right, title and interest
of the defendant. James Sheridan, In nnd
to ull that lot of hind in Old Forgo Bor
ough, Lackawanna County, Pa. Begin
ning at a corner of a tract of land late of
AVlllIam Beesecker, being a part of a lot
of land deeded to said Beesecker by
F.rastus Smith, the twenty-second day
of February. 1SC9, recorded Iu Luzerne
County, In Deed Book No. 131, page 4;12,
on the north side of the main road from
Pittston to Scranton; thencn by same
north forty-two and one-fourth (I2',J) de
grees west twelve nnd sixty-five one-hundredths
(12.ii.-i) perches to a post cornor;
thenco by lnnd of Erastus Smith south
forty-two and one-fourth (42M) degrees
east three and thirteen thirty-thirds
(.'! 13-33) perches to a post corner; thence
by land of said Smith south forty-two
nnd one-fourth C.42',4) degrees east twelve
und sixty-five one-hundredths (12.Ci)
perches to a corner in the nnnii.
westerly sldo or suid road; thence
along said road south forty-two
and one-fourth (42ii) degrees west three
and thirteen thirty-thirds (313-33) porch
es to the begnlnlng. Containing eleven
thousand six hundred und eighty-eight
und live-tenths (11.0SS.5) feet of land,
more or less. Improved with cellar and
lounuuiions lor uouso itiercon.
Seized nnd tuken ,ln execution nt the
suit of Alulhcrln & Judgo vs. James
Sheridan, Dobt, 2,300. Judgment No,
KSl, Afnrch Term, 1900. Fl. fa. tn Jan
nary Term, 1901. DEAN, Att'y.
No. 9.-A1I the right, title and interest
of tho defendant. Georgo Huntley, in and
to ull that certain lot, piece or parcel of
land sltunto In the Boroughs of Olyphuut
and Throop in tlio Cqunty of Lncknwanna
and State of Pennsylvania, and bounded
and described as follows, Containing u
front of sixty (CO) feet southwestward
on Oak street, bounded northwestward at
light angles to said street one hundred
nnd elghy-feot by Lot No. 8 on said
street; northeastward parallel with said
street sixty (00) feet by Lot No, C on
Lino street, nnd southeastward at right
angles tn said Oak street one hundred
und eighty (180) feet by Lot No, 4, on
said street. Comprising Lot No. 0, pu
Oak street, ns the same is represented
and designated nn imp or plot of build
ing lots lu tho Boroughs of Olyphant anil
Throop made by tho Delaware und Hud
son Canal company. Being tho same
lot of land conveyed to said defendant
by thf snld company In deed dated
Alnich 29. ISM. All Improved with u two.
story framo dwelling with nn ell. und
Seized und taken In execution at the
suit of Dcrman Building association o.
7 vs. Qeorgo Huntley. Debt JG11.60,
Judgment No, 590, September Term, 1900.
Lev. fa. to Junuury Term. 1901.
No. 10. All tho light title nnd Interest
of the defendant, Ben. Arunvltz, iu and
to all that certain lot. piece or parcel of
laud ultuuto In tho Eighteenth ward of
tho City of Scranton, iu the County of
Lackawanna, and bounded and described
ns follows, tr wit: Being the easterly
pnrt of Lot No. .1, in Bquaro or Block No.
IS, as mnikcd and designated on J. Hctr
ninn'B map or South Hyde Park, being
thlrty-sovcn nnd one-hair (37',4) feet In
front on Scrnntnn street, and ono hun
dred and fifty (150) feet In depth to Lot
No. fi. Being tho- same lot of land con
voyed, to, the said defendant In deed dnted
Jan. 21, 1897. and recorded In tho ofllce
of tho recorder of deeds In nnd for Lack
uwunnn County In Deed Book Nn, 145,
page, 467, etc. All Improved with, a
three story double building, brick In
front and frame lu tha rear, used nn a
saloon, a store and dwellings, with out
buildings. Seized and tnkon In 'execution nt the
suit of German Building hssocl.ttlon No. 9
vs. Ben. Arnovltsi. Debt, J4.000. Judgment
No. 200, January Term, 1901. Fl. fa. to
January Term, 1901,
No. 11. All the right, title and Interest
of the defendants, Martini A. Bono and
Francis A. Bone, hi nnd to nil that cer
tain piece or parcel of laud situate lu
the City of Scranton, in tho County ot
Lackawanna und State ot Pennsylvania,
being pnrt of Lots Nos. 11 and 12, lu
Square or Block No. 126, upon the plot
of Scranton. Said pleco of lund hereby
conveyed commences at a point on Vine
street twenty-two (22) feet southeasterly
from the Intersection of said Vino street
with the linn of the alley ot aforesaid
block; thence southensterly nlong Vino
street twenty-nlno (39), feet; thence ut
right angles with last line across Lots
Nod. 11 and 12, of aforesaid block eighty
(80) feet; thence nt right angles with
last line northwesterly twenty-nlno (29)
feet; thenco at right angles with last lino
ncross aforesaid Lots Nos. 11 und 12
eighty (80) feet to tho place of begin
ning; the measurement or the depth to
commence ten (10) feet inside of the side
walk, with the right to enclose, occupy
und use ten (10) feet In front of said
piece of land on Vino street for cellur
way, porches, portico, bay-window, .or
shrubbery, but not tho right to erect uny
building thereon. Excepting and re
serving to the Lackawanna Iron und
Coal company, Its successors and assigns,
nil coal and minerals beneath said lot.
Being tho same premises conveyed by
Charles Schluger, and wife to the said
Alnrtha A. Bone, by deed dated April 27,
1890, and recorded In the recorder's oiliee
or Lackawanna County. In Deed Boou,
No. 137, page. 142, etc. Improved with a
two-story frame dwelling house and
Seized and taken lu execution at the
suit of William Conuell et nl., ex
ecutors and trustees of Alexander
Connell, deceased, vs. Martha A. Bone
and Francis A. Bone. Debt, !,:I2I. Judg
ment No. 29, November Term, I90n. Lev.
fa. to January Term, 1901.
WELLES & TORREY, Att'y.s
No.' 12. All the right, title nnd Interest
of the defendant, J. Reliulniun, uil
mlnsltrntor of A. Li Compton( deceased,
In and' to all those parcels of laud situate
In Jefferson Township, Lackawanna
County, described us follows:
First A lot of land beginning nt a stone
corner on public road: thence south llfty
(50) degrees east on line and stone wall
of Oliver Osftood thirty and one-half (SW
rods to a stake or post corner; thence
smith forty (40) degrees west twenty CM)
rods to said public road to a stone corner;
thenco northwardly in the middle of Bald
road to the plucu of beglnuing. Contain
ing one and one-half (1V9 actes. more or
less.' Being the same land conveyed by
E. S. H. Cobb and wife to A. Campion,
by deed dated Sept. 22, 1875, and record
ed in the recorder's 'otflce of Luzerne
County in Deed Book No. 199, page 42,
Second Beginning at a post and Stones
corner of land of John Atltchell, in line
of Bcdclla Compton land; thenco south
fifty (50) degrees east on line of snld
John Mitchell, eighty-nine (S9) rods to
black birch corner; thence north twenty
live (25) degrees east eighteen rods to a
corner; thence north sixty-five (05) de
grees east fourteen (14) rods to a stake
and stones corner: thence south seventy
1701 degrees east eight and three-fourths
(S?4) rods to end of a stone wall: thence
south eighty (SO) degrees ensl eight (8)
rods; thence north twenty (20) degrees
east eight (h) rods to line of John P.
Mitchell's land; thence north tlfty (50)
degrees west on said Hue ninety-seven
(97) rods to a stake and stones corner of
Bedella Compton, and thence south forty
(40) degrees Meat forty-four (14) rods to
the place of 'beginning. Cotitiilulns
twenty-four (24) acres and seventy-six
(70) perches, more or leas. Being the
same land conveyed by J. M. Alitehell to
A. Compton, by deed dated Aiay 1, 1875,
and recorded In Luzerne County In IJee.l
Book No. 169, page 41, etc.
Third A lot of land bounded on the
north by land of J. D. Compton. and on
the east, south and west by lands of Be
della Compton and the estate of'i Aduni
rum Chase. Being tho same land con
veyed by H. D. Spangenberg nnd .wife to
A. Compton by deed dated Nov. 15, 1S73,
and recorded In Luzerne County In Deed
Book No. 174, page 217, etc. Improved
with a two-story frame dwelling house,
two framo barns and outbuildings.
Seized and taken In execution nt the
suit of Assigned to' Richmond Compton
vs. W. J. Rennlman, udmlnstrator of A.
L. Compton, deceased. Debt, $0,"5.72.
Judgment No. S93, January Term, 1SS.
Fi. fn. to January Term. 1901.
WILLARD, WARREN & KXAPP,
No. 13. All the right, title and Interest
of the defndaut. Al. B. Simrell, executor
of tho Estnte of John Ilugnes, deceased,
in and to nil that certain piece, parrel or
lot of land situate In the Township of
Clifton. County of Lackawanna and
Stnte ot Pennsylvania, bounded at tho
northeast corner of said lot: thenco
bounded on tho north by tho public mad;
on the west by laud late owned by John
Shaw, now by J. L. Simons; on the
south by land late owned by Theodore
Rlf-ler and others, now by Tra C. Ilnrvey
und others, nnd on the east by lands of
tho Reading Lumber compnny. Contain
lug fifty (CO) acres, more or less. Being
tho same premises that Daniel Slglan nnd
Almlrn, his wife, by Indenture dated the
fifteen day of Septombor, ISO), nud re
corded lu tho ofllce for the recording of
deeds, etc., lu and for Luzerne County, iu
Deed Book No. 11C, page 23". etc. Grant
ed and conveyed to Samuel Hufford In
fee, und the sumo property which the
said Samuel lluft'ord conveyed to John
Hughes by deed dated tlio fourth day of
May, 1SCS, and recorded lu Luzerne
County in Deed Book, No. 130. page SSS.
Improved with a two-story frame dwell
ing house, hnrn nnd outhouses theron,
Seized nud taken in execution ut the
suit of Henry A. Knnpp nd EllzabPth D.
Doud, executors of the Kstnte of Jleroy F.
Fuller, decensjd. vs, AL B. Simrell. ex
pcutor of John Hughes, dpcenspd. Debt,
$100. Judgment No. 72, November -.Term,
1900. Lev. fu, to Jnminry Term, 1901,
WILLARD, WARREN ft KNAl'P.
No. II. All the right, title and interna
of the defendant. AL W. Guernsey, in and
to nil thnt certain lot, piece or parcel ot
land commencing nt a point on the west
erly sido of Capouse avenue, nt tho
southerly corner of lot of I. If, Burns, lu
the Thirteenth ward of the City of Scran
ton, Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania:
thenco along tho southerly line of snld
I, II. Burns' land In n westerly direction
ono hundred nnd elghty-ono and mu.-hulf
(1SU?,) feet: thenco nt right aiiRles In a
southerly direction along lines of land
of Baptist church and W. W. Luthrnp
llfty (50) foot; thence nt right angles hum
hundred nnd elghty-ono and one. hair
(ISl'.i) feet nlong lnnd ot Valentino Blli3
to Cupouse avenue: thence along Capnuso
avenue northerly tlfty (50) feet to place
of beglnnnlg, All Improved with n two
story dwelling house and burn, used ns a
livery stable thereon; ten (10) feet of the
depth of snld lot next to Capouso avenue
mny bo used for yard, cellurway, porch
or piazza, but not for the erection of
Seized nnd tuken (u execution nt the
suit of E. B. Decker vs. AI. AV. Guernsey,
Debt. $0,030. is; Judgment No. 325, Novum,
her Term. 117. Alias II. fa. to January
Term. 1901. I. H. BURNS, Att'y,
No. 15.-All the right, title and interest
of tho defendants. O. F, Wfdeman nnd
Irene Wedemnn, In nnd to ull that ccr.
tain. piece of laud, in LuPlumo Borough-,
Lackuwanua County, Pennsylvania. Be
ginning nt a corner of lot of Airs. S, U.
Wage; thenco along lands of It, Seamans
60utli forty und three-fourths (40:h) de
grees cast ninety-six and eight-tenths
(9ii.8) porcliea to a corner; thenco nlong
lunds lato ot N. K. Chaso north foi(y
eight and one-half (4St) degrees cast
llfty-slx (50) . perches to land of E. C.
Hanson: thenco north thirty-eight (38)
degrees w-st .thirteen , und onu-tenths
(13.1)' perches Id U corner; thenco north
forty-eight and one-halt (45H) decreoj
SHERIFF'S'SALES; ? X
east to n corner, In middle 6t IrniAurn
pike; thenco north fifty-two (52) atee
west fourteen and" flva-tinthsV U,B)
perches; thence-morthtlilrty 0) dcgroi
west twenty-three and. one-tenth (23.1)
pc.r.!?,h?. .,0 l,,ml ' Tllllnghnut! thenco
south thirty (30) degrees went twelve nnd
Hlxty-nve oiie-lutndredlliM (12.66) perche to
a corner; thehcenerth sixty (60) deitree
,'., twelve und slxty-ltve one-hun-dredths
02.Cj) perches to a corner; thence
north thirty (30) degrees cant twelvi and
sixty-five one-hundredth (12.05) perches
to middle of turnpike; thence north mxty
(CO) degrees west two (2) perchci to a
corner; thenco south thirty () decree
VesJ;...lw.llvo ana sixty-five one-hundredths
(12.05) porches to a corner; thence
north sixty (00) degrees west twolve anil
slxtyflvo ono-liundrpdths (12.65) perches
to lands of Ellas Reynolds; thence eouth
thirty (30) degrees west one and fifteen
one-hundredths (15.1) perches; thence
north sixty (00) degrees west twenty-flve
and seven-tenthfl (23.7) porches; thenct
north forty-six and one-half (46',4) de
grees east thirteen and five-tenths (13.5)
porches to middle ot said turnpike;
thenco north elghty-ono (81) degrees west
ono nnd three-tenths (1.3) perches; thenc
nlong lnnd of Airs. S. B. Wngo south
fifty-one (51) degrees west thirty-nine nnd
two-tenths (.19.2) porches to beginning.
Containing thirty (30) acres and elghty
llvo (83) perches ot land, partially lm- .
proved and part woodland. '
Seized and tuken In execution nt the
suit of A. D. Colvln ,vs. O, F. Wedemnn
nnd Irono Wedemnn. Debt, $500. Jtldg
ment No. 1237, September Term, 1900. Lev.
fu. to Jnnunry Term, 1901.
No. 1; All the right, tllle nud Inlerent
ot the defendant, James F. Uallufiher. In
nnd to ull those certain lots, pieces or
parcels of land sltunte, lying nnd being
In the Twenty-first wnrd ot the City or
Scranton, County of Lncknwanna nnd
State of Pennsylvania, In a Inno or nlley
running In un easterly direction from
Providence road. Being Lots Nos. fi, 7
nnd 8, In mnp or plan laid out by J. 11.
Campbell In his uddlllon to Purk Place.
Intended to bn duly registered. Said lots
being each thirty (30) feet lu front anil
rear and ono hundred and twenty (120)
feet In depth. Improved with a double
two-story frame dwelling lioiihe. occu
pied by teuunts, nnd outbuildings thereon.
' Seized nnd taken In execution at the
suit of The Artesian Building and Loan
association vs. J times F. Gallagher. Debt,
J1.20O. Judgment No. 712. Aiay Term.
1S97. Fl. fa. to Jnnunry Term. 1901.
No. 17. All the right, tllle and Interest
ol the defendant, N. E. Collins, mlinlnis
.Irator or administratrix or Frank or
Francis Collins, deceased, lu and to ull
that certanl messuage tenement lot or
parcel of land sltunlp lit the City nt
Scranton, late Borough of Providence, in
the County ot Lnckuwanna and Stnte of
Pennsylvania, known as Lot No. 1, and
the westerly half ot Lot No. 7, In Squnro
or Block No. (!, and fronting on Afulu
and Throop streets. Being seventy (70)
feet lu front on AInlr. street by ono hun
dred and seventy-eight (1781- feet in depth
)on Throop street, according to a plan or
map untitled Parker's Addition to the
Old Borough of Provldenco of the , Spen
cer Farm. Being the same 'premises con
veyed by und subject to the same pxcep
tlnns and reservations mentioned and
contained lu deed from Willard Parker,
Al. D et ux., et al., to Francis Collins,
duted Oct. 1, 1S74: recorded iu Luzerne
County in Deed Book No. 183, page 201.
Improved with two two-story frame dwelling-
houses nnd outbulldings'thereon.
Selzedj and taken In execution at the
suit of George AL Okell. trustee, v.). N.
E. Collins, admlnstratrlx, of Frank or
Frannjs Collins, deceused. Debt, J512.73.
Judgment No. 41S, January Term, 1901.
Lev. fa. to January Term. 1901.
No. IS. All the right, title and Interest
of the defendant, Henry L. Hartranft, in
nnd to all those certain lots, pieces or
parcels of land sltunto in the City of
Scranton, County of Lackawanna. State
ot Pennsylvania, being part of Lots Nos.
10 and 17, In Block J., ,ln Williams' Ad
dition to the City of Scranton, Pennsyl
vania, and situate on the easterly side of
Dean street, i,n the First wnrd of said
City of Scranton. Paid lots being each
thirty-two nnd one-half (3219 feet in front
on Dean street, and same width in rear
and eighty (SO) feet in depth, und being
Lots Nos. 9S and 99, lu Block J., ns laid
out by D. L. Flckls, map of which was
recorded In said county in Amp Book No.
1, page 73, on the twenty-seventh day of
June, 1S99. Coal and minerals excepted
and reserved. Improved with a two
story frame dwelling, blacksmith shop
and outbuildings thereon.
Seized and taken iu execution at the
suit of Security Building nnd Savings
I'nlon vA Henry L. Hartrnnft. Debt,
$870.40. Judgment No. 398, January Term.
1901. Fl. fa. to Jununry Term. 1901. Also
Same vs. Same. Debt. $1,241.23, Judg
ment No. 299. January Term, 1901. Fl. fa
to Jiimiriiy Term, 1901.
H. C. REYNOLDS, AWy.
No. 19. All the right, title and interest
ot the defendants, James Palmer, Rppsh
T. Jones, George Edwards anr 'David
P. Thomas. In and to all that
piece or parcel of land situate In tha
Fourth ward, City of Scranton. .In the
County ot Lackawanna and State of
Pennslyvanla. Iioumli-d and described as
follows, to wit: liegliiniug a,t n- point on
the southeasterly side of Hverett nvcuup,
on the division line between Lots Nos.
21 and 22, In Block Nn. 21.' (in the second
map of the eslnte of William Swetlnud,
In Hyde Park; thence along said division
'Ino south fifty und three-fourths (50i)
V 'green east ono hundred nnd elgluy
t. ')) feet to an alley; thence along snld
al. 'y north thlrty-nliip and one-fourth
(39'.i) degrees past fifty (50) feet to
Lot Nn. 2i); thencp 'along said lot north
llfty and three-fourths 50',') degrees
west one hundred and eighty (IM)) feet
to Rverett avenue uforcMild: theiit'M
along said avenue south tlilrty-nliii ami
one-fourth (3(i'4) degrees west llfty (50)
feet to the place of beginning. Being tlm
laud conveyed by Caroline Al. I'etteboinr
id ah, lo James Palmer, by deed dated
the twenly-tlrst day of Alaivh, 1MU: ih.
cotded lu Deed Book Nn, 75, page 190, lu
Lncknwanna county. ll huiunved with
two two-story frame dwelling houses and
other outbuildings thi'ieim.
Seized und token in exieullun at tliu
suit af New Schiller Miiihliug and Loan
in-fnclutloii vs. Juiium I'.ilmer, defendant,
and Reese T. Junes nud George Edwards
and David .1. Tlumms, leiro tenants.
Judgement No. 100, September Term, V.hm,
Lev, fu. to January Term, nijl.
No, 20. All the right, title and Interest
of the defendant, Charles It. Kiiupp, A'.
D.. In nnd' to nil the. surface or right of
soil or ull that certain lot, piece or parcel
nf land sltunto lu tho Borough of Vim
dllng, Lnckuwunnn county. Pennsylvania,
bounded and described as follows, tonvll:
iContnlning lufiont of llfty (50) feet toiiih
.eastward on Alufii street; bounded, sciutli
wostward ot right angles to said street
oiiu iiuiiuieii uw; leet oy uhk street:
northwestward parallel with Alain aire, t
lirty (50) feet by )he northwestern linn
'of laud of the Northern Cnnl and Iron
icmnpnuy, nud northeastward at right an
gles to .Main streot one hundred (loo) reet '
by Lot No. 99, on snld street. Comprising
Lot No. 101, mi Amln street, ns tho sam
Is represented nud designated on a map
of building lots of tho Northern Coal and
Iron company In snld Borough,
Seized nnd taken In execution at the
"htilt of Assigned to William Tinker vs,
Chnrleh- R. Kimpp. M. D. Debt, I5.V.
Judgment No. 185, November Term, 1900,
Fl. fa. to January Term, 1901.
' WATROUS AU'yj
TERMS OF Sae.'
FIFTY DOLLARS CASH WHEN PROP
'ERTV IS STRUCK OFP, AND BALANCIi
IN CASH IMMEDIATELY' AFTUR SAI.P
IS CONCLUDED. WHEN SOLD P0i
COSTS, COSTS MUST BB PAID WIIM
i ALL PROPBRTIBS ON WHICH AliOVV.
TERMS MAVB NOT BEEN COMPLIED
WITH WILL BB RESOLD BEPORB AD-
CLARENCE E, PRYOR, Sheriff,
i.SlwrhrsQfHcenS(.Van'tbh,- Pa., bVcfttu,.
oer 13, 1900.
v iinsf r . rf