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THE ORANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1900.
Fpeot.il In Hip Srrnnloti Trtliuiip.
Monlroso, Deo. 23. The Rnpllst Sun
tiny school enjoyed an nld-fnshlonod
Chrlstintts tree, with literary unci ihttM
leal iweninpunlnionts. The Chrlstmni
festivities nt the Presbyterian, Meth
ocllst unil Episcopal churches wore
The HIJoii Comedy company, under
tin munagomont of K. A. Maine, of
this pliice, left Monday morning for
TunkluinnocU to llll a three-days' en
gagement. The pnth of th uverni-M
thcntrlenl company In not one of rosc3,
hut nmny friends In this place will
hope for Mr. Maine's enterprise ex
Misses. Ornce Tltmiin and Annie
Tvriell, students nt the State Normal
school at Munslleld, nro spending the
holiday vacation at their homos In
Fnyette Sprout and Hurry KihiU,
who attend business college at Scrnn
ton, tire visiting tit the homes of their
parents In this place. '
Bert Decker and Arthur Cirllils nro
home from Lestershlre, N. V., where
they hold positions In the bit? shoe
The kindergarten school conducted In
this place by Mrs. Clnra Miller, has
closed for the holidays, but will bo
jeoponcd early In .Tnnuary. The re
port In one of the local papers that
Mrs. Miller was about to remove to
New Mllfon! wns groundless.
Ralph If. Northrop, nsslstant secre
tary of the Y. M. C. A. nt Hnzleton,
is the guest of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. S. .1. Northrop, at their homo
on Church street.
Miss Kva Heckmnn, an Instructor In
tbe Correspondence school at Scrnn
ton, Is visiting at the homo of J. V.
tfpence, on Locust street.
Mrs. W. "P. Bast and cbildien will
spend Christmas with relatives In
Fred S. Birchard is home from Phil
adelphia, where he is attending medi
fi. Frank Halpln, of Lcstcrshlrq, N.
Y., is the guest of his father at the
Mrs. I-.. A. Taylor and children, of
Seward, N. Y., are guests of Montrose
Arthur B. Fancher and Pliilip T.
I.onergnn, who are members of the
freshmen class at Dickinson College,
Carlisle, are at home for the mid
Dr. J. D. Kelly, of Susquehanna:
-William Kelly, jr., of Philadelphia,
and Joseph H. Kelly, of F.lmirn, are
visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Lena Hnlpin, a student In St.
Joseph's Academy at Binghamton, Is
spending a vacation at her homo In
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Stewart and
little son, of Wllkes-Borre, are visit
ing relatives in Montrose.
Miss Delia O'Neill and Miss Mur
taugb, of New York city, are the
guests of Miss O'Neill's sisters and
brothers at their home on Post street.
The marriage of Miss Elizabeth
Maud Perlgo, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Perlgo. of this pltfce, to
Mr. J. Comer Jones, of Scranton, was
solemnized In the Paptist church to
day at -1 o0 p. m., Rev. E. K. Thomas
officiating. The ceremony was follow
ed by a large reception at the home
uf the bride's parents on Chestnut
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
New Mllford, Dec. 25. MIsm Kuth
MacConnell, of Harford, Is spending a
few dnys with her sister, Mrs. C. II.
Mr. 13. F. Johnson left Sunday to
join his family in Jersey City, N. J.
Several of the young people at
tended the dance at Foster Friday
Mrs. H. K. Wilklns called on friends
In Scranton Friday.
Rev. L. K. Sanford has been holding
meetings at Olenwood for the past
Misses Carrie and Cora Stevens are
homo on their holiday vacation.
Mrs. Llewellyn Shields spent Friday
Mrs. J. W. Vull, of Surunton. called
on her sister, Mrs, Fred Colvin, one'
day Inst week.
D. "W. Titus has been renovating his
homo on State street by putting In
A fishing party, consisting of Mr. C.
M. MacDonald, T. H. Cooney, F. C.
Diiggs and Arthur Smith, went to
Long Pond one day last week and
brought home .!5G llsh.
Special to tlic Scranton Tribune.
Thompson, Dec. 23. Allen D. Miller
Is home from Wyoming seminary;
Jerome Pllklntnn Is here from Forest
City, and Harry P.. Searles from Syra
cuse university. Each of them seems
to ho doing well, ,.
.Miss Grace Olver, only daughter of
Rev. A, C. Olver, who was pastor of
tho Methodist Episcopal church hero a
few years ago, was married at Como
Cleorgo Wallace, one of Thompson's
older men, has been seriously sick for
a fow days, but Is Improving.
Tho usual Christmas treo for tho
town shed its fruit In tho Free Bap
tist church, Monday evening.
Mrs. Ida Tin-roll spent her Christmas
with relatives in Lunesboio,
Miss Cora Lnymun, teacher In tho
The Want of Working People.
When the working man or woman feels sick liver, stomach or kidneys
,arc out of gear then Dr. A. W. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills do a
world of good acting directly on these organs and the bowels.
Mr, I If. Mads, 1301 Columbus Avenuw, Cay
City, Mich., by overwork ami too assiduous utton.
tlm (a bis. business, brought on an attack of
ktliiey trouble, which ma-Jo it necessary for blui
to leave oft working nt times. Ho states :
"On the nn.,nuiieiidutlou of Sir, Oeo. Leyer,
druggist, of thi.-. place, I purchased a box of Dr,
A. W, Chase's Kldney.Llvcr Pills for my kidney
trouble. Tlicy Acted w well in relieviug rny pula
Mid backarbo that I pertlsted iu the use of them
unul perfectly cured of my
trouble. I am a well man uow,
(banks to the use of Dr. A. VT,
Chase's KI4ucyUver Pills."
A. W. CHASE'S
prlmury department In our school, Is
spending the holidays with her par
ents In Jormyn.
Bay Oelntt nnd bride, of Scranton,
are with his pnrentH, Mr. and Mrs, E.
10. Oelntt, on Jefferson street.
Aretus Yules, of North Jackson,
popped through town yesterday morn
ing on his way to tho wilds of Sullivan
county, N. Y., for wild game.
Word 1ms come that Miss Kate Lv
don, of this place, who has been with
H. S. Hubbard at Unlondale as stenog
rapher, nnd Emll Koehler, of Star
rucen, were married at Hancock, N.
Y last 'Wodnosday,
Mr. and Mrs. Miles Konyon, of Leou
ardsvllie, N. Y are spending the
Christmas tide with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas AVnlker, on Jackson
Everett Payne,, of Bethel hill, burled
his only child Monday at North Jack
son. Charles P. Lyden, station agent at
derrick Centre, with his wife took din
ner Monday with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. P. Lyden.
Special to the Scranton Tilbunr.
Sturrucea, Dec. 2."). Miss Cnndace
Stoddard Is visiting friends in Bing
hamton. Miss Georgia Stoddard attended the
wedding of Miss Grace Oliver, at Lake
Mr. Clinton Lcet, of Binghamton, Is
visiting his parents during vacation.
Mr. Emll Koehler, of this place, and
Miss Katie Lydon, of Thompson, were
married nt Hancock last week.
Mrs. D. B. Reynolds and Miss Min
nie Mumford, tit Snyre, and Mr. Harry
Mumford aio guests at the home of
W. W. Mumford. Mr. Harry Mumford
expects to return to Brown university
after the holidays to complete his
course of study.
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Tompkins and
son. of Binghamton, spent Christmas
at the home of Andrew Koehler.
Mrs. Strong entertained friends on
Christmas from Jackson, Thompson,
and Albany, N. Y. After a sumptu
ous repast, the company was enter
tained by excellent music rendered by
Mrs. W. F. Fout and Miss Louise
Mr. and Mrs. Fout and son, Wilson,
will spend the holidays with friends In
Miss Julia Burns, of Binghamton,
spent Christmas with Iter father, Mr.
A. W. Larrnbee and family spent lite
day at Mrs. Larrabee's home at
Mrs. Nicholas Wurd, of Binghamton,
called on her mother, Mrs. Dalton, on
Monday. Mrs. Dalton returned with
her daughter to spend Christmas in
Early yestreday morning the man
gled body of Edward FUzpatrick,
aged 22 years, was found on the L
hlgh Valley tracks near No. 2 switch.
About midnight he left the homo of
his uncle, Edward Murphy, and it Is
supposed that he was struck by the
Buffalo express that passes shortly
after. As the place Avhere the body
was found is not directly on his way
home, an inquest was ordered. The
jurors were: M. J. O'.Ualloy, Thomas
Cosgrove, James Wilson, James Ry
an, John Collins and Frank Parks.
The remains were removed to the
home of bis mother, from which place
the funeral will take pluce on Thurs
day afternoon. Besides his mother, he
is survived by four brothers and four
sisters. He Wills a. member of St.
Mary's choir niid tho United Mine
James Slattery, a resident of this
town for more than twenty-five years,
died at the family residence yester
day morning after suffering several
years of asthma. Deceased is sur
vived by a wife and twelve children.
Tho funeral will take place on Thurs
day afternoon. Interment will be In
St. Mary's cemetery.
Patijck O'Sulllvan, a resident of this
town since last March, died at the
home of his son John on Monday
morning after a week's Illness. D
ceased is survived by one son nnd
two daughters. Tho funeral will take
pluce this afternoon. Interment will
bo in St. Mary's cemetery.
The marriage of Miss Sadie, daugh
ter of Mrs. Sarah Oliver, of the North
End, and William Mulr, of Moosle,
was solmonlued on Monday evening
by now D. T. Smythe. The bride and
groniu entered theparlor to the strains
of n wedding march played by Robert
Webber. Tho bride was charmingly
attired in a handsome dove colored
cloth gcvrs with nppllquo and qhlffon
trimmings. After the ceremony a re
ception was tendered u fow of their
most Intimate friends. Mr. and Mrs.
Mulr will reside in a prettily furnish
ed homo In tho North End.
J. J. O'Malley, Anthony Early, Pat
rick .Mo ran and Miss Murguret Hous
ton, of Newport News, are spending
the holidays with their parents here.
How Thomas Burns, of Lafayette
College, is spending His vacation at
tho family residence on York ave
nue. The funeral of Thomas Cummlngs
took place on Monday morning, a re
quiem niaqs wuis celebrated In. St
Mary's church. Interment wns mada
In St. Mary's cemetery.
Miss Bridget Meade has returned
home after trending a lew weeks In
Falrmount, W. Va.
Mr, Levi F.lsey, 805 McDotigal Avenue, Detroit,
lived for years expecting death from heart fail,
ure and llrlght's disease, but was cured by a few
boxes of Dr. A. W, Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills. He
writes t "For years I lived In constaut fear that I
should meet death through kidney trouble, I was
troubled terribly by palua Iu my back and about
the heart. My troubles nro uow over, for Dr. A. W,
Chase's Kldney.Llver Pills have made me well
agalu. J will gladly answer any letters about this
i cts. a box. All dealers,
or Dr. A. W. Chase Medicine
Co., Huffulo, N, y,
FIFTY TONS OF CANDY,
Havo Seen Sent to Our Soldiers In
the Philippine- Islands by tho
Fifty tons of candy have been Hent
to tlto soldiers In tho Philippine Islands
by tho commissary department of tho
nrmy during- tho last three months nnd
largo amounts to tho soldiers In Cuba,
and Puerto nico.
This Is done upon advice of tho medi
cal officers of tho army, because It Is
iv physiological fact that a. moderate
consumption of confectionery promotes
health nnd satisfies u nnlimtl crnvlnr?
of tho stomach.
Candy was never furnished to tho
United States army before, although It
has been commonly used ns a rntion
by tho French and Urltlsh troops In
This explodes another old-fashioned
theory thnt sweets were Injurious to
the digestive organs, while a moder
ate use of sweets Is actually beneficial.
Very few things arc Injurious and
the food cranks who advocate the use
of a few grains and vegetables and de
cry the use of sweets and ments are
In error, ns a wholesome variety of
meat and vegetable food Is absolutely
necessary for tho maintenance of the
highest condition of health.
Tho best rule to follow is to cat what
tho appetite craves, nnd If there is any
discomfort or trouble in digesting meat
and sweets, the dllllculty can bo read
ily overcome by the regular use after
meals of some saTe digestive composed
of pepsin and diastase which will as
sist the stomach by increasing the
How of gastric juice and furnish the
natural peptone lucking In weak stom
achs. Tho best preparation of this kind Is
probably Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets,
which may bo found at nil drug stores.
Years of use have demonstrated the
value and effectiveness of Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablets In all cases of Im
ATTRACTIONS THIS WEEK.
Tliuicday mill l'i idaj- Hml;e & Chase Vaiul"
ill roiupjiiv, atterimoni nnd iiIkMs.
S.iluril.i.v field's MiiiMii'Is, nltrmoon and
Academy of Music.
.Ml wwlt f l.wwc DeVomle rniupjiiy.
l'irt three d.ijs 'Mcfiint the Spoil."
I..i4t lluve d.ijs "Mls Xcv Vnik, .Ir."
"The Rounders" at the Lyceum.
The groat Casino success, "The
Uounder.s," was the Christmas attrac
tion at tho Lyceum, and it packed the
house to the doors at the perform
ances afternoon and evening. "The
Itounders" is one of the bright, crea
tions that are written periodically for
tho Casino in New York, in which
mirth and melody are the ends aimed
In "The Ttounders" have appeared
at various times the cream of the Ca
sino talent, who have won fame both
In this country nnd in England. Among
them might be mentioned Phyllis nan
kin. Mabelle Oilman, Mnrie Oeorge and
Thomns Q. Seabrooke has seen tho
company reorganized a dozen times,
but still sticks manfully to the rolo
of Maginnis Pasha, which he enacts
In his ofn unapproachable way. The
last organization was a week ago
when several members of the company
retired, one of them the iiueenly Irene
Perry, who was succeeded In the rolo
of Prlscllla by Jeanette Lowrle, the
graceful young woman who appeared
in the role last, night.
Miss Lowrle Is bright, graceful and
what is equally important for a Casino
star, shapely, but, regrettable to sny.
her voice is not her fortune. The
same comment would apply to other
members of the company.
Sonbrooke won many laughs and un
stinted applause for bis work, and "Will
C, Mandevllle in the role of Duke D
Paly du Clam, created by Dan Daley,
did some very intelligent and pains
taking1 work. Other members of tho
company who distinguished themselves
were Bertha AValzinger, Xellie Lynch,
Mabel Blake, Harry C. Edwards and
At tho Academy.
Two enormously large audiences
greeted Chester Do Vonde at tho Acad
emy of Music yesterday. In tho after
noon a beautiful piece, entitled "Sins
and Sinners," was presented. Tho
scenery displayed was certainly mag
nificent, especially that used lit the
third act. The play itself is a melo
drama, with plenty of action, though
void of any inconsistencies which
usually e:Ist in tho average dramas
now before tho public. Mr. De Vondo
did soma excellent work. Ills acting
all through this play proves him an
actor of more than ordinary ability.
In tho evening a very sensational
military drama was produced, "Tho
Devil's Advocate." The applause from
ull sections of the 'house during the
action of tlie play was at times deaf
ening, nnd tho gallery contingent were
In their element and proved the fact
with many outbursts of enthusiasm
for Mr. Do Vonde and many hisses for
This afternoon "A Night In Now
York" Is tho play announced, and to
night tho big Chicago nnd New York
success, "Tho Ten-Ton Door," will bo
produced In its entirety. "Dr. Jekyl
und Mr. Hyde," Friday night.
Vaudeville This Week.
Thursday and Friday afternoons and
evenings tho iJurke & Chase Vaude
ville company will bo ot tho Lyceum,
Tho company Is headed by Mme. Herr
man, widow of Hermann tho Great,
and herself n. queen of magic, Her
act Is entitled n "Night In Japan," and
is provided with an oriental setting
and atmosphere. Mme, Herrmann am
ply proves her ability to win fume- on
her own account. She Introduces
many lunovutlms In an altogether
Tho Hussot Mnrchall quartette hus
heretofore won a place for Itself, the
children havo now songs, games und
dances, and ,new tricks to play on
tho Italian organ grinders. McMahnu
and King, the black-faco comedians,
in "Down at thu Itailroad Crossing,"
bring forth spontaneous and hearty
laughter, .Mr, and Mrs. Jlmmle Hurry
will glvo tholr sketch, "Mrs. Wilkin's
Hoy," which proved u big winner hero
as well us elsewhere. Mabel Muitluud
opens up u new Held of entertainment
with her negro dialect recitations.
Klmmer is one of the most remarkublo
jugglers of tho day. Droll and adapt,
he mukes a pleasing und diverting net.
Howard's comedy ponies appear in nn
act wholly Indifferent from anything
In thut Hue.
Al. O. Field's ttlg Minslrcl company,
will bo tho attraction at tho Lyceum
Saturday afternoon and evening, Tho
Hnrrlsbtirff Telegraph says ot the
"A unique nnd delightful perform
ance Was given last night In tho Acad
emy of Music by tho famous "Al. G.
Field's Greater Minstrels." 11. was
without doubt tho best ot that form
of entertainment hoard In this city
.''That part of Iho, performance wall
ed the vaudeville meant first-rate ar
tists in clover work. There you will
find "Tho Groat Fnscatol" ,ln his
aerial exhibition, Keys and McDonald,
comic athletes, and a bright musical
skit railed "Jilted," presented by
Weston, Grave nnd Stnnls.
"That inimitable artist, Al. O. Field
himself, gives nn excellent tasto of
his quality, hud humor Is as bright
as ever, Lqurilly enjoyable Is tho work
of Doc. Qulgley, wiio also rets the
house in a roar. Throughout tho fun
Is of the heartiest and many of tho
turns mo Irresistibly funny."
PLAYS AND PLAYERS.
ltcft'i'i'i- lllimioiillfl lllnl liU I (poll In Hie
supicme cuiut estei il.i y In (lie ilhurre suit
brouidit by Wlllidmlna M.irle M.udowell iigalnt
William Melbourne Mttrilnnrll, the actor, euro
the lni.b.ind ot Kaiiny Davenport, In which lie
IIihM that Mrs. fljcilowcll U i-Mllti-d to u tie
'the theatrical profession at laine, no lost
than tlic playgoliif; public, ale luol.ini; foiu.ml
with cumidd'ahlu Intiirt and ourioilty to the
Ilrit appearance of Henry Miller, under bis
new luauaKiis, Mcim. WuKjcnlkili nnd Kemper,
In Madeleine Iljlej's play, "llleliaid Savage."
With Mr. Millet's peiv-onal ambition nnd the well
known enterprise ot tbf-t llrm, bo U bound to
achleie distinction and power as he lias al
ready achieved siicccs. Those who have cleaned
any Inside infoiination rcg.inliiiy the play of
"llleliaid Parage" appear to be very enlhml-a.-dlc,
they nay the title lole it untipiely Milted
to lilm temperamentally and otherwise, and
predict for Mr. Miller just such another fiiciev)
aa lticli.it! Mantlleld made many jears ago In
"A Parisian Homancc."
Chatlcs .1. ttoM U out ot Weber fc 1'lelds'
Xew York company, liming resigned al mid
ntcdit Wednesday after a slight mkuiulrndnud.
lug with Weber tc MehN. A rehc.ual for the
new burlesque pioduced was called on that
night afler the regular performance and Jtuss
was told that he must be pieteut. lie in
foimcd Joe Weber that lie was tired and did
not rate to lemain Iu the theater after the
curtain dropped on the last burlcpir. Weber
told Itots that he would either lehearse bis
lines or not appear further with tho company
and Itovi said that would suit him exactly. Iu
ten minutes he was nut on llioadway no lunger
connected with the Weber-Fields management.
Itoss s.'i. that he bad long ago decided In leave
the Weber k 1'iehls fhov iu older that he
might again go into aiideville. He has signed
a contract to play a twenty weel.V season In
II. 1'. .Keith's continuous performance houses
beginning Oct. 21, lMH. llos has been a member
uf the Wcbcr-riclcls company for several sea
onf, h.uing cnleied the employ of the comedian.-,
with his wife, Mabel Fenton.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local application? as they cannot leach the
disca-ed portion of the ear. There ii only one
way to cine deatness, and that la by constitu
tional remedies. Dcnfiic.vi ,'.-, caused by an in
ll.imcd condition of tbe mucous lining of the
Kustachiau Tube. When this tube is inllamcd
coil have u lumbling sound nr impeifect hearing,
and when It Is entirely closed, Deafness is the le
siilt, and unless the InlLimmatlon can be taken
out and ibis tubo re.'loicd to IU noimal condi
tion, healing will be destioyed foiever: nine
cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which is
nothing but an Inflamed condition of the mucous
We will give One Hundred Dollais for any cae
of Deafness (caused by calauh) that cannot be
fined by Hall's I'atanli One, .'end for circulars,
F. .1. Clir.NY.Y Jr CO., Toledo, O.
Fold br Humgists, Tjc
Halts family Pills are the best. "
EiTEltTJ' 'h sjai,L'i
FJttUAY, JANl'AHY 11, ll'Ul.
13y virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Fa
cias, Levari Facias and Venditioni K.
pcinus, Issued out of thp Court of. Com
mon Pleas of Lackawanna County, to mo
directed, I will expose to public sale by
vendue or outcry, to tho highest and best
bidder, for cusli, at the Court House, in
the City of Hcrunton, Lackawanna Coun
ty, on FWDAY, the MLI3VKNTII DAY
Uh" .lANl'AKY. A. U. JtKH, at 0 o'clock In
the forenoon of said day, all the right,
title and intorusl of the defendants In
and to tho following described lots, pieces
or parcels of land, via:
Xo. 1. All tho right, tile and Interest ot
thu defendant, Catharine llyland, In and
to ull that certain lot or parcel of liuui
sltuato In tho Horougb of llayvlllo (nuw
Muyflcld), County of Lackuwauiiu and
Statu of Pennsylvania, and bounded nml
described ns follows: lloing Lot No. 12
In lllcck No. 3 on tho property of tlto Mill,
sldo Coal and Iron company In the said
Uorougli of Muyvillu (now Mayfleld), us
described and designated in tho survey
of tho sumo accompanied by a map
thereof, being iu front sixty (On) feet, In
rear sixty (CO) foot and one hundred and
lll'ly (ISO) feet depn, bounded on Iho
south by LacKiiwanna avenue, on the
west uy i.ot io. ji, on tne norm uv
laud belonging to tho Ulllsldu Coal ami
' l..m. .im.in.Illtr fltwl rt n tltn i.n... 1... 1 ..
41 Ull l.lllt'.ll.J ...... Ull VIIW VLIOl Uf IIUl
No. 1,1, Coal nnd minerals excepted and
reserved. All Improved with two two
story framo dwelling houses and out
buildings. Seized und taken hi oxecutlon at the
suit of VIIIIam It. Lewis va. Catherine
llyland. Debt, $3U0. Judgment No. i.Wi.
.May Term, 1S3S. FI. fa. to January Term,
H'Ol. IT. U, TAYI.Olt, Atl'y.
No. 2. All tho light, lliln nnd interest
of tho defendants, i', J. Timlin and M.
L. Langan, In and to all that certain lot,
plcco or parrel of hind situate, lying ana
bUuif In tho Borough of Dumuoro. County
of Lackawanna, and .State of 1'ennsyi
vanla, bounded and described as follows:
Heglnulng' at a corner on Jackson (now
Taylor) avenue: thence northwest alum?
l'hlllp Goffnwn's lot one hundred and
fifty (KiO) foot to an nlley; thenco south
west ono hundred (100) feet to Putrlck
Uarrett's lot: thuueo southeast along stild
Patrick Uarrett's lot ono hundred and
tlfty (1W) feot to said Jackson (now Tay
lor) avenue; thence northeast along- said
Jackson (now Taylor) nvoiuio ono hull
dred (100) foot to tho place ot beginning.
Containing nbout one-hulf of an acre,
bo tho sumo moro or loss. Coal mid
mineral excepted and reserved, All Im
proved with ono two-story doublo frnmu
dwelling house and one two-story fruma
single dwelling house, and outbuildings
Seized and taken in oxecutlon at tho
suit of Michael llannlck vs. V, J.
Timlin. Pobt. TO). Judgment No, C7t.
March Term, HOS. Plurlos n. fa. to Jan
uary Tctlii, 1Mb TAYLOR & LEWIS.
No, 3.-A1I tho right, tltlo and interest
of tho. defendants, Mary T, Keynolds nnd
Fred Keynolds, in and to all that cer
tain lot or parcel of land situate, lylne
and being in tho Township of Lackawan.
nn, County of Lackawanna and State of
Pennsylvania, designated and described
as follows, to wit: Hclntr Lot No. 10 In
Hlock No. V, upon tho southerly side of
Stratford avenuu; said lot being forty
(10) feet In front on said Stratford ave
iiuo and ono hundred forty-six (HG) feet
deep, moro or less, to n court for public,
use, fourteen (11) feet wldo; said lot be
lug rectangular In shape, as designated
and laid out on thu plot or map of tho
bald "The Keystono Lnnd Company."
which map Is of record iu tho proper of.
llco for tho recording of deeds, etc., In
and for tho said County of Lackawanna,
in Deed Hook No. 141, putfo 2U2. Im
proved with it two-story framo dwelling
house nnd outbuildings thereon.
Poized and taken In execution at thu
suit of Henry W. Northup vs. Mary
T. Reynolds and Fred Reynolds. Debt,
?2,6(!7.20. Judgment No. 122. January
Term, 1M1, FI. fa, to Jnliunry Term, IfiUI.
No. 4. All tho light, tllln and Interest
of tho defendant, Jacob Fox, In and to
all thnt certain lot, piece or parcel of
land sltuato In tho City, of Scranton,
County of Lackawanna -nnd Bttile of
Poniisylvnhla, bounded and described ns
follows, to wit: Known and designated
on J. irermnn's map of South Hyde Park
its tho northenstcrly one-half ot Lot No.
13, In Hlock No. fil, being: forty-nlno (19)
feet In width on nn alloy and nevrnty
flvo (75) foot In depth. Improved with a
two-siory frame dwelling; house, out
buildings nnd other Improvements there
on. Seised nnd taken In execution at tliA
stilt of Tnylorvlllo Handing nnd Loan n-j-soclatlon
vs. Jacob Fox. Debt. Jl.aiS.fifl.
Judgment No. 1210, September Term, 1M0.
Lev. fa. to Jnnuarv Term, 1901, .
ClfARLKfl K, OLVRR. Att'y.
No. C All tho rlitht title nnd Interest
of the defendant, Thomas Collins, In and
to nil thoso certain lots, pieces or parcels
ot land In tho Old norougb ot Hyde
Park (now City of Scranton), Lackawan
na County, Pennsylvania, Jcnowu os Lots
Nos. IS and 15, in Square or Uloclc No.
ID and fronting on Fillmore avoutio; be
ing each twenty-live (25) feet In front by
ono hundred and eighty-seven nnd one
hnlf (lbT'.fj) feet In depth, according to a
plan or map entitled "Price and Pancoast
Addition to City of Scranton," recorded
In Luzcrno County, Pennsylvania, In
Deed Book No. 121, page 312, the twenti
eth day of October, A. D 1S07. Being
tho samo plcco or parcel of land con
veyed to Anthony Dtiggnn by Kll K,
Price ot nl by Indenture dated. Oct. 1,
A. D 1S74, nnd recorded In the olllco for
recording of deeds In Lackawanna Coun
ty In Deed Book No. 2, pago 372, and
devised and bequeathed to Mnry Duggnn
by Anthony Duggan by will probated
Juno 30, 1S8.1, nnd registered In ofllcc for
registering wills In Lackawanna County
In Will Book No. 3. Improved with a
two-story framo dwelling und outhouses
Seized nnd taken in execution at the
suit of Winifred Collins vs. Thomas Col
llns. Debt, $fiOO. Judgment No. St. Jan
uory Term, 1MI. FI. fa. to Jaiiunry
Term, iflOl. 1TANYKN, Atl'y.
No. C All the right, title nnd interest
of the defendant, Robert A. Lindsay, In
and to nil that certain lot, piece or parcel
of land sltuato in the Thirteenth ward of
the City of Scranton, Lnckawanna Coun
ty, Pennsylvania, commencing at a
point on tho division line between the
properties known ns the "Von Storch"
properly nnd lands now or Into of the
Thomas Dickson Fstnte, at a point tlfty
(E0) feot north from Capouso avenue:
tbenco in a northerly direction alone said
division line ono hundred (100) feet to a
corner; tnence In a southwesterly atrec
tlon, nt right angles to tho last-mentioned
Hue, to a point ninety (00) feet from tbe
divslon lino between Lots No. 44 and 4G
of the Thomas Dickson Estntc: thence
nt right angles to the last-mentioned line
nnd parallel to tho division line between
lands of tho Dickson and Von Storch Es
tates, In u. southeasterly direction one
hundred (100) feet to a point fifty CO)
feet distant from Capouse avenue; thenco
at right angles to the last-mentioned line,
in a northeasterly direction, to the place
Seized and taken in execution at the
Milt of Theodore O. Wolf nnd F.verett
Warren, surviving executors and trustees
under the last will and testament of Tlen
Jnmln II. Throop. deceased. Debt, $4,273.73.
Judgment No. 'J22, September Term, 1000.
Alias n. fa. to January Term. 1001.
WILLARD, WA9RRKN & KNAPP.
No. 7. All the right, title and interest
of the defendants. Henry Reynolds, Ku
geno E. Steele. William J. Douglas, own
ers, and Edwin Ilouck and Eugono E.
Steele, doing business as Ilouck & Steele,
contractors, In and to nil that certain lot,
piece or parcel of land situate in the
Township of Lackawanna. County ot
Lackawanna and State of Pennsylvania,
und benig Lot No. S, In Block No. 2, us
designated and laid out on the plot or
map of "The Koystnn 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
in and for Lackawanna County: said lot
being forty (10) reet in front on South
Main avenue and extending on its north
erly side ono hundred nnd hlxty-one und
elghty-flvo one-hundredths (lGl.Sri) feet
deep to an alley, fourteen (11) foot wide,
and on southerly side one hundred and
sixty four and suventy-nlne one-hundredths
(1A4.7!)) feet deep to tho alley
aforesaid, and being forty-one and one
onc-lnindredths (11,1) feot widw in the
rear, as shown on said map. Being the
same premises which "The Keystone
Land Company" conveyed to Henry
Reynolds by deed duly recorded in Lnck
awanna County hi Deed Book No. 17!i,
page 90, etc., and by him to Eugene E.
Steele, which deed was duly recorded in
said Lackawanna County and Inter con
veyed by tho said Eugene E. Steele and
wlfo to William J. Douglas by deed
dated May 21. ll00, which deed has never
been recorded. Excepting and reserving
the coal nnd minerals as the samo are
heretofore reserved. All Improved with
a large two-story frame dwelling house,
with basement. Said dwelling hoiis,o Is
forty-four (11) feet by twenty-six and
one-half (2t!(;) feot, Willi shingle roof.
Seized nnd taken In execution at the
suit of Hower & Slender vs. Henry Rey
nolds, Eugene E. Steele and AVilllam J.
Douglas, owners, and Ilouck & Steele,
contractors. Debt, 57S2.7C. Judgment
No. 127,'i. September Term, 1000. Lev. fa.
to January Term, 1001.
No. S. All the right, title and Interest
of tho defendant. James Sheridan, in nnd
to till thnt lot of land In Old Forgo Bor
ough, Lackawanna County, Pa. Begin
ning at a corner of n tract of land late ot
William Beosockor. being a part of a lot
of lnnd deeded to said Beesecker by
Ernst us Smith, tho twenty-second day
of February, ISC!), recorded in Luzerno
County, in Deed Book No. 131. tiace 432.
on tlif north sldo of the mnln road from
Pittston to Scranton; thenoo by same
north forty-two and one-fourth (42!5)'dn
juees west twelve and slxty-flvo one-hundredths
(12.Ci) perches to a post corner;
theuco by hind of Erastus Smith south
forty-two and one-fourth (42U) degrees
east thrco and thirteen thirty-thirds
(313-33) perches to a post corner; thenco
by land of said Smith south forty-two
and one-fourth (I2U) degrees east twelve
and sixty-flvo ono-hundtedths (12.Cj)
perches to a corner in tho north
westerly sldo of satd road: thence
along snld road south forty-two
nml one-fourth (42!J) degrees west three
und thirteen thirty-thirds (3 13-33) perch
es to thu beginning. Containing uluvou
thousand six hundred and eighty-eight
and live-tenths ill.UbS.a) feet of land,
more or loss. Improved with cellar und
foundations for housu theieou.
Seized und taken In oxecutlon at tho
suit of Mulhurln & J ml go vs. James
Shcrldun. Debt, L'.SCo, Judgment No.
li.'il, March Term, 1!A). F. fu, t jnn.
nary Term, I'M. DEAN, Att'y.
No, 9.-AII tho right, title and interest
of tho dofendnnt. Ocorso ifumloy, in mid
to all that certain lot, piece or parcel of
hind sltuato In iho Boroughs of Olyphaut
and Throop in tho County of Lackawauim
and Stato of Pennsylvania, und bounded
and described us follows. Containing a
front of sixty (CO) tout southwestwurd
on Oak street, bounded northwestward ut
light angles to said street one hundred
and cighy-fcet by Lot No. ,(j op Ba,
btieet; northeustwatd parallel with said
street sixty (CO) feet by Lot No. G on
Lino stroot, and southeastward ut right
angles to said Oak street one hundred
npd eighty (ISO) feot by Lot No, -1, on
snld street. Coinprlsnlg Lot No, ti, on
Ouk street, ns tho sunio is represented
and designated on map or plot of bulla,
log lots In tho Boroughs of Olyphaut and
Throop mado by tho Delaware und llud
son Canal compuny. Being tho sumo
lot of land convoyed to said defendant
by tho said company in deed dated
March 29, 1S9j. All improved with a iwo.
story fruino dwelling with mi oil, and
Seized and taken iu execution at the
suit of German Building association No.
7 vs. Oeorgo Huntley. Debt giill.ls)
Judgment No. D90, September Term, 1000.
Lev. fu. to January Term, 1901.
No. 10. All tho right tltlo and Interest
of tho defendant, Ben. Aruovltz, iu and
to nil thut certain lot. plcco or parcol of
land sltuuto in tho Eighteenth wurd of
tlto City of Scranton, In tho County of
Lackawanna, and bounded and described
as follows, to wit: Beltlg tho easterly
part of Lot No. 3. In Sqtmro or Block No.
18, us'iitntkcd nnd designated on Ji llccr
ninn's map ot South Hyde Park, being
thirty-seven and ono-hnlt (37',4) foot In
front on Scranton street, and ono hun
dred nnd titty cir.0) feet In depth to Lot
No, fi. Being tho snmo lot of land con
veyed to tho snld defendant In deed dated
Jan. 21, 1S97, and recorded In tho offlco
of the recorder of deeds In and for Lack
awanna County In Deed Book No. Ho,
pnl?o 407, etc. All Improved with ,a
thrco story doublo building, brick In
front and framo In tho rear, used na a
saloon, a stoio and dwellings, with out
buildings. Seized and taken In execution at tho
suit ot German Building twaocl.itlon No. 9
vs. Hen: Afnnult nnlil. st.nno .Tttdnmcnt
"No. G0, January 'Term, 3901. FI. fa. to
January jerm, iwj.
No. 11. All tho right, title und interest
of the defendants. Martha A. Bono and
Francis A. Bone, In and to all that cer
tain plcco or parcol of land sltuato Iu
the City of Scranton, in tho County ot
Lackawanna nnd State ot Pennsylvania,
being part of Lots Nos. 11 and 12, hi
Sciuaro or Block No. 120, upon tho plot
of Scranton. Said piece ot land hereby
conveyed commences at a point on vine
street twenty-two (22) feet soiltheastorly
from thu Intersection of said Vino street
with the line of the alley of uforesiild
block; thenco southeasterly ulong Vine
btreet twenty-ulna (39) feet; thenco ut
right angles with last line across Lots
Nos. H and 12, of aforesaid block eighty
(SO) feet; thenco ut right ungles with
last lino northwesterly twenty-nlno (29)
feet; thenco ut right angles with last line
across aforesaid Lots Nos. 11 and 12
eighty (SO) feot to thu placo of begin
ning; the measurement of the depth to
commence ten (10) feet Inside ot thu side
walk, with the light to enclose, occupy
and uso ten (10) feet in front ot said
piece of land on Vine street for cellar
way, porches, portico, bay-window, or
shrubbery, but not the right to urect any
building thcrecn. Excepting and re
serving to tho Lackawanna Iron and
Coal company, Its successors and assigns,
all coal and minerals beneath said lot.
Being the sumo premises conveyed by
Charles Schlugcr and wlto to tho said
Murtha A. Bone, by deed dated April 27,
IS90, und recorded In tho recorder's olllco
of Lackawanna County, In Deed Book,
No. 137, pago 112, etc. Improved with a
two-story frame dwelling house and
Seized and taken In execution tit tho
suit of William Council el ill., ex
ecutors and trustees of Alexander
Council, deceased, vs. Martha A. Hone
and Francis A. Bone. Debt, 51,321. Judg
ment No. 39, November Term, 1900. Lev.
fa. to January Term, 1901.
WELLES & TOR REV, Alt'y.s
No. 12. All tile light, title and Interest
of the defendant, W. J. Retiulniun, nil
nilnsitrator of A. L. Coinuton. deceased.
In and to nil thoso parcels of land sltuato
in Jefferson Township, Lackawanna
County, described as follows:
First A lot of land beginning at a stone
corner on public road: thence south fifty
(fiO) degrees east on line and stone wall
of Oliver Osgood thirty and one-half (3';
rods to a stake or post corner; thence
south forty (.401 degrees west twenty ('-')
rods to suid public roud to a stone corner;
thenoo northwnidly iu tbe middle of said
road to the place of beginning Contain
ing one and one-hulf (Hi) acres, more or
less. Being the same land convoyed bv
E. S. H. Cobb and wife to A. Compton,
by deed dated Sept. 22, 1ST.", and record
ed In the recorder's ollleo of Luzerno
County in Deed Book No. 199, puge 42,
Second Beginning ut a post and stones
corner of land of John -Mitchell, hi line
of Bedella Compton kind; tbenco south
tlfty (50) degrees cast on llnu of i-iild
John Mitchell, eighty-nine (S9) rods to
black birch corner; thence north twenty
llvo (2j) degrees eat eighteen rods to a
corner; thence north sixty-live (C5) de
grees east fourteen (II) rods to a stake
and stones corner: thence south seventy
(70) degrees east eight and three-fourths
(S;,l4) rods to end of a stone wall: thenco
south eighty (MJ) degrees east eight (S)
rods; thence north tweuiy (20) degrees
east eiciht (S) rods io Hue ot John P.
Mitchell's laud; thence north fifty (fiii.l
degrees west on said Hue ninety-seven
197) rods to a stake and stones corner of
Bedella Compton, and thence south forty
(10) degrees west forty-four (14) rods to
the place of beginning. Containing
twenty-four (21) acres and seventy-si'.
(7(i) perches, moro or less. Being the
snmo land conveyed by J. M. Mitchell to
A. Compton. by deed dated May 1, 1ST.",,
and leeoided In Luzerne County hi Deed
Book No. I'9, page II, etc.
Third A lot of land bounded on tho
noith by land of J. U. Compton. and on
thu oust, south and west by hinds of Be
della Compton and the estate of Adorn
ram Chase. Being the same land con
veyed by H. D. Sp.ingenberg and wife to
A. Compton by deed dated Nov. Iu, ls73,
and recorded In Luzerne County in Deed
Book No. 171, pago 217, etc. Improved
with a two-story frame dwelling house,
two framo barns and outbuildings.
Seized and taken in execution ut the
suit of Assigned to Richmond Compton
vs. W. J. Renniniun, .idmlnstrator of A.
L. Compton. deceased. Debt, 50"i.72
Judgment No. SOS, January Term, 1S9S.
FI. fa. to January Term. 1901.
WILLAKD, WARREN & KNAPP,
No. 13. All the right, title nnd Interest
ot tho dpfiiitant. M. H. Simtvll, ::ccutor
of tho Estate of John Ungues, deceased,
In and to all that certain piece, parcel or
lot of laud sltuuto In the Township of
Clifton, County of Lackawanna and
State of Pennsylvania, bounded at the
northeast corner of said lot; thence
bounded on tho north b the public road;
on tho west by land Into owned by John
Shaw, now by J. L. Simons; on tho
south by land lalo owned by Theodore
Rls-ler and others, now by Ira C. Harvey
and others, ami on the east by lands of
the Reading Lumber company. Contain
ing fifty (CO) acres, moro or less. Being
tho samo premises thut Daniel Slglnn and
Almlrn, his wife, by Indenture dated the
fifteen day of September, ISM, and re
corded iu tho olllco for the recording of
deeds, etc., In and for Luzerne County, in
Deed Book No. 110, page 233, otc. drain
ed und convoyed to Samuel II afford in
fee, and the same property which the
Haul Samuel minora conveyed to John
Hughes by deed dalod tlm fourth day ot
May, IStIS, and leeoided in Luzerno
County In Deed Book, No, 3u, pago 2SS.
Improved with a two-sturv framo dwell
lug houn', barn and outhouses thereon.
Seized and taken In oxecutlon ut the
suit of Henry A, Kuapp nd Ellgabeih D.
Doud, executors of tho Estate of Mercy F,
Fuller, deceased, vs. M. 1). Shut ell. ex
ecutor of John Hughes, deceased. Debt.
$100. Judgment No, 72. November Turin,
1900. Lev. fu, to January Term, I'.'iil.
WILLARI), WAR RUN it KNAPP,
No. 14 All tb right, tltlo and Inleivst
of tlm defendant. M. V. (lderusey, In and
to nil thnt certain lot, plecu or parcol of
laud cnmuicmdug at a point on tho west
eily sldo of Capouse avenue, at tlm
southerly corner of lot of i. !f. Rurns, In
thu Thirteenth ward of tho city of Scran
ton, Lackuwi'iinu County. Pennsylvania;
thenco along tho southerly lino of taiil
I. H, Burns' hind In a westerly direction
ono hundred and elglity-uno und nm-half
(IblU'l feel: iheni'o al right angles in a
southerly direction along lines ot laud
of Baptist church and W. W, Ltithrop
llfty (60) feci: ilu-nce at right augles'oiiH
hundred and eighty-ope. and iniclialf
(ISlli) feet along land of Valentine Blis3
to Capoiiso avenue; thenco along Capouse
uvenuo northerly lll'ly cm feet to placo
ot beglnnnlg. All Improved with a two.
story dwelling house and barn, used as a
livery slablo thorcon; ten (10) feet of Iho
depth of suld lot next to Cupoiihu aveium
may bo used for yard, eellurwuy, porch
or piazza, but not for thu erection of
Solzed and taken In execution at tho
suit of I). H. Decker vs. M. W. Ouernsey
Debt. $G,030.IK. Judgment No. :v Novell),
her Term. 197. Allan II. fu. to January
Term. 1901, I. H. BURNS, Att'y,
No. 13.-All tho right, tltlo and Interest
of the defendants, O, F, Wcdemnn and
Irene Wedtuiuii, In and to all that cer
tain plecp of laud In l.aPlumo Borough,
I.uckawnuna County, Pennsylvania, Be
ginning at a coiner of lot of Mrs. S. 1).
Wage: tlfelieo along laifds, of II. Senmans
toiith forty and three-fourths (I0','4) do
grees cast ninety-six and eight-tenths
(93.S) porches to .t corner; thouco ulong
binds late of N. K. Chaso north forty
eight and ono-hnlf (tSl'j) degrees cast
fifty-six (M) perches to laud of E. C.
Hanson; theuco north thlrty-clght (M)
degrees w.st thliteen und ono-tcnlhs
(13.1) perches to a corner; thenco north
forty-eight and ouo-balf (4blj) decrucut
eusi -to u corner iu middle ot the turn-
pike tbenco north fifty-two (Si) degrnef
west fourteen and iivo-tentlm (14.B)
perches; thenco north thirty (30) deroe
west twenty-thrco and one-tenth (2J.1I
perches to land of Tllllnghast; theno
south thirty (30) degrees west twlve and'
Blsty-nvo one-hundredths (12.CB) pcrehei t
a corner; thenco north sixty (GO) dcgro
west twelvo und sixty-flvo one-liun
dredths (12.C5) perches to a corner; thenc
north thirty (30) degrees cast twelvo nnd
sixty-flvo one-hundredth (12.65) perchsi
to middle of turnpike; thenco north sixty
(CO) degrees west two (2) porches' to it
ccrnorj thenco south Ihlrty (30) degro
west twelvo and slxty-ilvo ono-nun-dredtbs
(12.05) perches to a corner: thencd
north sixty (On degrees west twelve and
Blxty-flvo onc-humircdthB (12.(15) perches
to lands of Ellas Reynolds; thence south
thirty (30) degrees west ono and fifteen
one-hundredths (13.1) perches; thtnaa
north sixty (GO) degrees west twenty-llvo
and seven-tenths (23.7) perches; thonca
north forty-six and one-halt (Ui) de
grees cast thirteen and five-tenths (13.5)
perches to middle or said turnptkn;
thenco north clghty-ono (81) degrees west
ono nnd three-tenths (1,3) perchos; thenco
along land of Mrs. S. B. Wngo south
llfly-ono (Dl) degrees west thlrty-nlno nnd
two-tenths (39.2) perches to beginning.
Containing thirty (30) acres nnd eighty
llvo (S3) perches of land, partially im
proved and part woodland.
Seized und taken In execution nt tha
suit ot A. D. Colvin vs. O. F. Wcdeman
und Ireno Wcdemnn. Debt, $300. Judg
ment No. 1237, September Term, 1900. Lev.
fu. to January Term, 1901. .
DEAN, Att'y. '
No. 1C All tho right, title and Interest
ot the defendant, James F. Gallagher, in
and to all those certain lots, pieces or
parcels of land situate, lying and being
In tho Twcnty-ilrst ward ot the. City of
Scranton, County of Lackawanna nnd
State of Pennsylvania, in a lane or alley
running in an easterly direction from
Providence road. Being Lots Nos. 0, 7
and S, in map or plan laid out by J. It.
Campbell In his addition to Park Place,
Intended to bo duly registered. Said lots
being each thirty (30)' feet in front and
rinr and one hundred and twenty (120)
feet iu depth. Improved with a doublo
two-story frnmo dwelling bouse, occu
pied by tenants, and outbuildings thereon.
Seized and taken In execution at tha
mil of The Ai lit.im llulhling and I.'iin
association vs. James F. Oallughcr. Debt,
$1,200. Judgment No. 712. May Term,
1S97. FI, fa. to January Term. 1901.
No. 17. AH the right, title and Interest
of tho defendant, N. E. Collins, adminis
trator or administratrix of Frank or
Francis Collins, deceased, in nnd to all
thut ccrtuui messuage tenement lot or
parcel of land situate in the City of
Scranton, late Borough of Providence, iu
the County of Lackawanna and State of
Pennsylvania, known as Lot No. 1, and
the westerly half of Lot No. 7, In Squaro
or Block No. li, and fronting on Mulu
and Throop streets. Being seventy (70)
feet In front on Main street bv one hun
dred und seventy-eight (17S) feot In depth
un Throop street, according to a plan or
map untitled Parker's Addition to tha
Old Borough of Providence of the Spen
cer Farm. Being tho same premises con
veyed by and subject to the same excep
tions and reservations mentioned and
contained In deed from Wllliird Parker.
M. D., et itx., el ul to Francis Collins,
dated Oct. 1, 1S74; recorded In Luzerno
County in Deed Book No. 183, puge 201.
Improved with two two-story 'frame dwell
ing houses and outbuildings thereon.
Seized und token In execution at tha
suit of Oeorge M. Okcll, trustee, vs. N,
13. Collins, ndmlnstrutrlx, of Frank ot?
Francis Collins, deceased. Debt, $512.73,
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, lit
and to ull thoso certain lots, pieces or
parcels of land sltunte In tho City of
Scranton, County of Lackawanna, Stata
of Pennsylvania, being part of Lots Nos,
Hi and 17, in Block J.. ,in Williams' Ad.
dltlon to the City of Scranton, Pennsyl
vania, and situate on tho easterly sldo of
Dean street, i,n the First ward of said
City of Scranton. Said lots being each
ibirty-two mid one-half (32',y feet In front
on Dean street, und same width in reap
and eighty (SO) feet in depth, and being
Lots Nos. 9S and 99, in Block J., as laid
out by D. L. Fields, mup of which was
recorded in said county In Map Book No,
1, page 73, on the twenty-seventh day of
June, 1S99. Coal and minerals excepted
and reserved, Improved with a two
story framo dwelling, blacksmith shop
and outbuildings thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at tha
suit uf Securliy Building and Savings
Union vs. Henry L. Hartranft. Debt,
$S7liV!0. Judgment No. 39S. January Term,
1901. Fi. fa. to January Term, 1901. Also
Same vs. Same. Debt. $1,241.23. Judg
ment No. 399, January Term, 1901. FI. fa.
to Januray Term, 1901.
II. C. REYNOLDS, Att'y.
No. ID. All the right, title and Interest
ot Hie defendants, James Palmer, Reesa
T. Jones, Oeorgo Edwards and David
P. Thomas, in and to all that
piece or parcel of land sltuato in tho
Fourth ward, City of Scranton, in tho
County of Lackawanna and State ot
Pcimslyvaiiiu. bounded and described as
follows, to wit: Heglnniiig at a point on.
tho southeasterly side of Everett avenue,
on the division line between Lots Nos.
21 and 22, iu Block No. 21. on tho second
map ot the estate of William Swotland,
in Hydo Park: theuco along said division
line south tlfty und tlireo-fourths (50?;)
degrees east ono hundred and eighty
(ISO) feet to an alley; thenco ulong said
nlley north thlrty-nlno and one-fourth
(39'i) degrees cast fltty (50) feet to
Lot No. 20; thenco along said lot north
fifty and three-fourths (3o?.j) degrees
west one hundred and eighty (ISO) feet
to Everett uvenuo aforesaid; theuco
along said avenuo south thlrty-nino and
ouo-1'ourth (39',4) degrees west llfty (.".0)
feet to tho place of beginning. Being tho
hind conveyed by Caroline M. Pettcbonn
et al., to James Palmer, by deed dated
tlic twenty-Urst day ot March, 1S91: ro
eoided In Deed Book No. 73, pago 490, In
Lackawanna county. All improved with
two two-story frame dwelling houses and
other outbuildings thereon,
Solzed and taken m execution at tha
suit of New Schiller Building and f.oun
itssoelatlou vs. James Palmer, defendant,
und Reese T, Jones nnd Oeorgo Edwards
and David J. Thomas, torro tenants.
Judgement No. Kin, September Term, 19).
Lev, fu, to January Term, I9nl.
No. 20. All tho liuliti title and Interest
of thu defendant, Charles It. Knapp, M.
li., iu und to ull tho MU'fuco of right of
soil of nil that certain lot, plcco or parcel
of hind sltuuto in tho Borough of Van
dling, i.uokuwuunu county,, Pennsylvania,
bounded nnd.descrlbed as follows, to wlti
Containing a Hunt of tlfty (50) foot south
east ward on Main street; bounded south
westward at light angles to snld street
ono hundred (1W) feck by Oak street;
northwestward parallel with Main street
tlfty l&i) foot by tho northwestern Una
of laud ot the Northern Coal and Iron
company, and northeastward at right an
gles to Mala street nno hundred (liKi) feet
by Lot No. til), on said utroet. Comprising
Lot No. ltd, on Main street, ns the samo
is represented and designated on a map
ot building lots of the Northern Coal and
Iron company in suld Borough.
Seized and .taken In execution nt tlo
suit of Assigned to William Tinker vs.
Charles It. Knapp. It, D. Debt, $35o.
Judgment No. li'5, November 'form, 1900.
FI. fa. to January Term, 1901.
TERMS OF SALE.
1'im V DOLLARS CASH WNBN PROP'
ERTY IS STRUCK OFF, AND BALANCE
IN CASH IMMEDIATELY AFTER SALE
IS CONCLUDED. WHEN SOLD FOR
COSTS, COSTS MUST BB PAID WHEN
ALL PROPERTIES ON WHICH ABOVE
TERMS HAVE NOT BEEN COMPLIED
WITH WILLBB RESOLD BBFORR AD.
CLARENCE E. PRYOR, Stiwlff.
Sheriff's Ofllcc, Scranton, Pa., Decern
bur IS, 1900. '
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