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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1900.
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IpccUt to the Bcratilon Tribune.
susnuehanna, Oct. 17. Edward Proo
tor Id eictitlriB n residence on Bast
Tho forty hours' devotion In St.
John's Catholic church ended this
Gibson nnd Now Mllfoid nre to ho
connected by telephone.
Moody post, No. 53, Grand Army of
the Republic, was this evening inspect
ed by Assistant Inspector C. V. Wash
hum, of Jackson.
There Is a rush of work In the Erie
shops. Republican times.
Tho Avenue Methodist church, In
Oakland, Is preparing: for Its re-dcdl-eutlon
exercises, soon to bo held.
Susquehanna has had a very percept
ible building nnd Improvement boom
this season. " ('
Tho funeral, of Lloyd Austin, an ased
resident, of Oakland township, took
place this afternoon from the Avonuo
Methodist church. Tho remains were
interred In McKune cemetery.
There are several cases of typhoid
fever in town.
Miss Agnes Blake, of New York city,
Is the guest of her- sister, Mrs. M. A.
Klttcll, on Main street.
Tho county teachers' institute will
close on Friday.
Tho Susquehanna Klectrlc Light,
Heat and Power company will elect
officers on Tuesday, November 20.
Miss Nellie Keene, of Montrose, has
returned home from a visit with Sus
Keystone Hook nnd Ladder company,
No. 1, will hold its annual ball in
Hogan opera house, on Monday even
ing, December 31.
Co-operative creamery associations
are being organized by Susquehanna
county milk producers.
Profs. Flood and Pierce, of Bingham
ton, held a third dancing lesson and
after hop this evening In Hogan opera
house. The attendance was large.
IV. S. Mulford, of Montrose, Is in
town on business.
Quite a, large number of Susque
hanna railroad men, who are employed
on the Jefferson division, are Idle on
account of the miners' strike.
Aaron Depew, a, former Susquehanna
division conductor, and later a train
man, is seriously ill at his home in Hor
nellsville. William F. Lyon, of Jackson street,
was called to New York city last even
ing by the sudden death of his father.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Forest City, Oct. 18. Yesterday was
a big day in labor circles in. Forest City
and Vandling. A big parade, with
nearly two thousand men In line,
marched from Forest City to Vandling
and back again in the early afternoon.
The Forest City and Vandling bands
and Star Brum corps -were in line.
Organizer Fred Dllcher, District Secre
tary John Dempsey, Committeeman
Henry Collins and the Forest City
town officials rode in carriages. At
3.30 the parade disbanded ami the
crowd went to the Davis opera house,
filling it to overflowing. Speeches were
made by Messrs. Collins, Dempsey and
Mr. Collins urged the men not to go
to work until orders came from the
union, and said that "every man will
get his old place back or the entire or
ganization will again be called out, If
Mr. Dempsey reviewed the strike at
length, and urged upon his hearers to
allow no efforts to remain undone that
will strengthen tho union. This is not
the end of the question between labor
and capital, he said, and the miner?'
only salvation is in remaining united.
Otherwise, all that they have accom
plished will soon be undone, and any
hope of future advantage will he vain.
Mr. Dllcher, whose voice was very
hoarse from constant use, spoke hut
liriefiy. Ho congratulated the men on
the bright outlook for an early settle
ment, but he said nothing otllcial had
yet materialized, and urged the men to
stand firm until ordered to go back by
All three men mentioned tho fact
that the agreement will expire on April
1, when the agreement in the soft coal
region comes to an end, and said that
all possible means should be used to
solidify tho union before that time, so
that they will he In a position to en
force further concessions if necessary.
REV. S. A. DONAHOE
Testifies to the Good Qualities of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
On 'the 10th of December, 1S97, Uev.
S. A, Donahoe, pastor M, E. church,
South, Pt. Pleasant1, AV. Va., contract
ed a severe cold which was attended
from tho beginning hy violent cough
ing. He says: "After resorting to a
number of so-called '.specifics' usually
Uept In tho house, to no purpose. I pur
chased n bottle of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy, which acted like a
charm. I uipsu cheerfully recommend
It to the public, For sale by all drug
Rlsts, 'Matthew Bros,, wholesale and
mall agetttSi, ,i ,.,."
Special to the Scranton Tribune,
J'Hopbottom, Oqtj lSt Mrs. N, M.
fjlnn, whoso Illness, has" been freiiuent
ly noted during the p:3t eight weeks,
died at her home ifQ Tuesday morn
ing. Her funeral was .ioriduoted from
the Metljodlst church, of which she
j'vus a member,- Thursday at 2.30 p,
m, How G, E. VanWoort, of Brook
Jyn, assisted by llov, Romans, pastor
Of the church,, oinolntoil. Interment
was mado In the Hopbottom cemetery.
Mrs. Finn, whose maiden name was
Jiyra Green, was born near Fleet
J3lle, sixty-one- years ago, She was
the youngest of a family of seven, of
whom one sister only, Mrs. l,. c,
Corey, survives her. In 186'.' she be
pame the wife of N, M, Finn and for
'thirty years they have been residents
of this place, Iurlng these years
she has endeared herself to those
'fibou; hernias ""few have over done. Of
nature, loving, patient, helpful,
r INia nil Throat nti I.untr Affections
' Cures all Throat and Luua Affections.
k..m. & ak afe m4r ha Hfe.
'.-I OtUbegeuuiue. Rcfuseanbatltuttt. M
ymiauM Rhwitlim. l A .
kind, she was the cherished friend of
nil, from the lltllo children of tho
Sabbath rtehool to tho aged and dis
tressed. She was a senlourj worker In
tho church, whero her service?) will
bo greatly missed. She leaves one
son, a. C. Finn, of Klngsloy; a
daughter, Aim, and her husband, N.
M. Finn, besides the sister, Mrs.
Corey. Whllo these and many more
must deeply mourn her losa, It Is a
comfort, to feel that It Is of such as
she that, tho Master will surely say,
"Well done, thou good and faithful
servnnt, enter thou Into the rest
which I have prepared for thee."
Special to Ilia Scranton Tribune.
Tunkhannock, Oct. 18. Borough
Treasurer S. W. Eysenbach has re
ceived from tho state the annual pay
men of money due the borough on ac
count of the tax on foreign insurance
companies doing business in this state,
a certain proportion of which tax is
payable to tho different cities and
boroughs in tho state, to bo used as
a fund for tho relief of llrcmen who
may be injured while doing fire duty.
The fund in the treasurer's hands now
amounts to about $500, and has never
been drawn on. The money Is tied up
and cannot be got at for any other
purpose than the one mentioned in the
Mr. and Mrs. Lathan Hall, of Ro
sarlo, Argentine Republic, are visiting
Mrs. Catherine Townsend this week.
A. delegation from tho local chap
ter of Daughters of he Revolution Is
at Wllkes-Barre this week In at
tendance on the state convention of
that order now being held there.
Dr. C. II. Dana, who Uvea on a
farm just across the river from thin
place, advertises his farming Imple
ments for sale. Ho has rented his
farm and will spend the winter in
Florida, being unnble to stand the cli
Olln Potter, of the United States re
ceiving ship Saratoga, is home on a
Some time ago the Lehigh Valley
raihoad, looking for something new,
reversed the order of things which
had existed on the branch between
here and Montrose ever pinoe tho
road was built, and instead of keeping
tho train here over night and letting
them make two trips from here every
day, they laid the train over night at
Montrose. The result is that people
from here going to Montrose, cannot
do business in that place and get back
the same night. The train crews nlso
were forced to move to Montrose. The
Valley has found so much opposition
to the new order of things that they
are seriously contemplating a return
to the old schedule, and in all prob
ability they will do so in a short time.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Stuart Stark, of
Scranton, were in town over Sunday.
Court adjourned finally this morn
ing, after a short session. C. O. Der
shimer, as attorney for James B.
Leighfon, presented a "petition setting
forth that his client had!, taken the
benelit of tho bankruptcy, act and
asked the court to stay the executions
now in the sheriff's hands and make
and order authorising Mr. Lelghton
to gather what remains of the rops
and care for them until they could be
disposed or to the host advantage of
the creditors. The court made such
an order, after a consideration of the
petition. Mr. Lelghton is the owner
of a fine farm, just outside the bor
ough limits, but in the Tunkhannock
borough school district, which he pur
chased for $8,000. The dry weather of
the past few years had made it impos
sible to keep up with his matters, and
he takes this step in order that all
his creditors may be protected as far
as possible. There is a chance for
someone to bup a fine country seat for
a reasonable price.
Mrs. Stanley W. Little, of Towanda,
is In town tills week, visiting with
Mr. and .Mrs. S. J, Stark.
Special tu the Seranlon Tribune.
Montrose, Oct. 17. The sessions of
the teachers' institute continue with
unabated interest and a dally Increase
in attendance. Tho presence of so
many Susriuehnnna county school
ma'ams, whoso perttlness Is proverbial,
makes the social side of llfu a very
lively and attractive one in Montrose
this week, and many a love-sick swain
will mourn when on Friday the Insti
tute closes and tho fair object of his
adoration will return to the nobk,
though somewhat prosaic, work of thn
school room, carrying with her, doubt
less, a measure of regrot nlnglud wl.h
many pleasant memories.
Yesterday morning's session opened
with devotional exercises, conducted bv
Professor Larrabee gave his closlns
address, outside of sectional work,
taking as his subject, "The Golden
Mean," Ho warned tho teachers of the
dancer of becoming fanatics and en
thusiasts along special lines of work
nnd told them how to avoid It: While
being enthusiastic, he, nlso, conserva
tive. Following Prof, Larrabeu's admir
able address, Elizabeth do Harre Gill
favored tho toacheis with several vocal
selections, which show her rank as a
vocalist to eciual her high standing as
an elocutionist. Her voice showed line
cultivation, and her enunciation was
Tho Institute again divided into sec
tions. In the first section Dr, Ferris
talked on mathematics and urged that
to successfully teach this branch, one
must bo thoroughly conversant with
business usages and customs, as ho de
clared that the one. great -principle in
arithmetic Is business, Ho was fol
lowed by Dr. Davis, who .described the
functions of plant and animal life, and
urged that teachers take pains to bring
out the perfection of nature before
their students. In the second section,
Prof, Larrabee gave an entertaining
ami instructive talk on "Odds and
Ends," and Dr, Ferris guve nnother of
his Inspiring talks on mathematics, in
tho third section, Doctors Davis and
Voder divided tlmo between "Relation
of Plants and Animals" and "Child
At thoafternoon session, Rev, W. C,
Tilden, u former county superintend
ent, made a splendid address, which
was rich In advice and practical sug
gestlons. Mrs. GUI again entertained the Insti
tute, and then the Institute took up
sectional work, the Instructors dealing
mostly whit the subjects of the morn
Last evening William Hawlcy Smith,
of Indiana, delivered his famous lec
ture, "We, the People," at the armory,
before a largo and appreciative audi
ence. It Is generally conceded to have
been the best number of the Institute
course thus far.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Klngtfcy, Oct, IS. Fred Moore mi In Jttity
City last weelt on liuslneis.
MIm Alma Goodrich ll visiting relatives at
M', N, Whitney spent last week In New York
Miss Mie Tin-ley, 0 trtUtcad, Is a guest
at the home of her uncle, V. V. Tlngley,
.Ma and Sirs. II. II. Carpenter and son, Claude,
returned Monday from a few days' tlt tltli
relatives nt filntthnmton,
0. S. Alexander, wife mil daughter, William
nibbs, wife nnd oon, of Wllkccllaire, arc gncM
at A. J, Adams',
llov. 1. W. Tower, of Tiiotmuon, will she n
Tempcranca lecture In the Methodist Episcopal
church next Tmuday evening, Oct. 23. All ure
cordially Invited to attend.
On account of the stotm last Sunday rally day
sendees In tho Methodist Sunday school were
postponed until next Sunday at 1.30 p. in. All
Invitations hold good. Let cveiy one lie present,
Preaching at 7.30 p. in. All cordially Invited.
.Mr. nnd Mrs. S. II. Oakley left Thnr.sday to
visit relatives at J.csterdilic.
Mr. Onkley has sold Ids farm nnd stock to
PKETTY GIRL HIGHWAYMAN.
Held a Pistol to a Younrr Man's
Head, and Got His Wntch.
By Exclusive Wire from The Associated Press.
Louisville, Ky., Oct. 18. A handsome black
haired girl hailed V. S. Burch last night as ho
was returning to his home in East Walnut btrcet.
Being of a gallant niture, Ilurch nsked If ho
might not protect her on the way home. Sho
readily consented. Under an overhanging awn
Ing Burch put his arm around her. She nestled
up to him and then ho felt cold steel nrcs'cd
against Ids head,
"I'll take your watch, if tou nlease." she
whispered. The girl was holding a pistol against
his head. Burch handed over the watch.
Stops the Cough
and works off the Cold.
Laxative Bromo-Qulnlne Tablets
cure a cold In one day. No Cure, No
Pay. Price 25 cents.
Wall Street Review.
New York, Oct. 38. The price of itooks be
came exceedingly vailed and irregular todav un
der the operations of conflicting speculative
fo:ces. Those forces were lnrgelv nrofesslonal
tmders in stock, and they conducted "thrlr oiivr
ations with a him hand nnd on a large scale,
So far ns the surface of events showed, n Urge
and influential hear party inaugurated the cam
paign tor u decline today. On the otlv.T hand,
there was resistance ollered to the decline by
the manipulation of various special stocks Willi
resulting sharp advances. Total sales, 431,100
The bond niaiket continued irregular on a
fair volume of business. Total sales, par value,
$1 ,715,000. U. S. new 4s advanced i p.-r cent,
on the last call.
The following quotations are furnished The
Tribune by M. S. Jmdan k Co.. rooms 705-700
aiears uuiiuing, Scranton, Pa; Telcphon 5003:
Open- High- Low- Olos.
ing. est. ct. ing.
American Sugar 110)4 12051 US'.S 120
American Tobacco ttl',4 03Vi !)2',i 03H
Ain. Steel & Wire .... an'R S4fi S3 S198
Atchison 20 4 20 !) -2!l',s
Atchison, l'r. 72 T2V4 VI 54 7i'i
Brooklyn Traction 61 r ."1?i 5ji
llalto. & Ohio 731i 7.1?i 72"i V:!4
font. Tobacco 27 2SU 27 2"Ts
flics, .t Ohio S0V& M', 2fl?i :U)
Chic. & Gt. Wc-t 1074 Uti 10', 11U
Chic, 11. & q. .., 12fli,4 120 12814 12UT6
St. IMul ' n.ii naat-iisu HSi
Itnck Island t07ij 107i M7',i 107m
..icl:av.niiia 11. K 17!) 170 17SH 17U
Federal Steel ;il5 :)it .T.4 aiiif,
IVd. Steel, l'r or, CO " (!.-, fir,
Kan. & Tc.v., l'r 2'JU SO 20 !!'S
1 011K k Nashville .... 73'i 71 VS'.-i V.154
M.in. Klevatcd " iijii mi !i.j',i
Mel. Traction TU V,tfi i:, ri(.
MIo. Pacillc 52 fl2-74, 5tv4 fr2''i
People's CU 04U 0l4i U21Si 01
N. J. Central Li."- l:n l.'l.V, 18574
Southern Pacific :Hi .ll'.J SSV. :!l
Norfolk k Wet .".7 S7?i SCji S7U
Noithcin Pacific .rl4 52Vi 51V'- M'4
Noith. Pacific. IV 7Hk 71',A 71 ',4 71i
N. Y. Cvutr.il lXO'i l.ttVi 1"0 1.121
Ontario & West 2t,& 21 21 2IVi
l'cnna. 1t. 1! ISi'.i 1SWI 1:1154 1.12'f.
Pacific Mail KiM .1111 iiSH .ll'i
HcidliiR lly 17' 17U 17 17
Heading lly., l'r .r7? ftS .":!i .""a
Southern 11. It 12"i 12! 1-lVj 12?i
Southern It. It.. Pr 51'i M 37,14 :,:,
Tenn. Coal & lion r,7 libVi .Vi ."Ti
II. S. Leather 1054 lli, 104 lia;
If. S. Leather, l'r 70 70'..-. 70 70.
Ir. S. nuhhi'i- MIS .119 "0 31"A
I'nion P.icldo fiOi. rtO'i i!0',A nflS
I'nion I'.iiilic, l'r. 7.V1 VS'.i 74'A 7.1
Wabash, l'r 18vl 1sl ihVi ISU-
Western I'liicn 7094 7Ui 70 79
nt.w yoriK pnouL'cn iixciianoi: rmcr.s.
Open- His l.inv- floj,
WIIBAT. ine. e-t, e-l Irnr.
llecembir 70'4 70!i 7S'4 70
-May f-2 S2"", SJ14 S2'i
Decciuber 12'.4 4214 4 1 ;i Wi
May iVi V.s ll',l 414
Scranton Board of Trade Exchange
Quotations All Quotations Based
on Par of 100.
Firt National Hank
Scranton Savins," DjiiI;
Scranton Packing Co
Third National Hank
Dime I)epo.slt and DNeoimt Dank ,.
Kconomy Light. II. k V. Co
Liicka, 'fiust S.ifo Deposit Co
irramon i-ainc uo
fl.nU k Snuvcr Co,, l'r.
si-, nlon Iron Fence k Jlfg, Co, ,,.
S'l.iruon Avlc Works
I . !.!.. iwaiina Paliy Co., l'r
I'nitiiiy savincj Hank k Tiust Co,,.
I'uvi National Dank (farbouilale),,
ftaiidard Dillllnir Co
Tiadcrs' National Hani;
Scranton Bolt and Nut (.'0
Scranton Pa.vicnsi'r Hallway, first
Mortgage, due 1020
People's Slicet Railway, firat rnoit-
gage, due 1U1K
Pcople'i' Street Hallway, tleneral
uioitirarre, due 1021
Oliksnu .Maniifactutius; Co. ,
I-arka. TowiKhlp School 5 per rent,
City of Sci.inton St, Imp. (I per
Sciuuton Traction 0 per cent
Scranton Wholesale Market.
(Collected by II, 0, Dale, 27 Lackawanna Ave.)
Huttei fieameiy, 2.iu2lc. j dairy tubs, 2.1c.
Krai Select ntslcin, 17c. i neatby atatc, I0c.
Cheese Full crrain, new, WjV.
Heanit Per bu., choice marrow, t2.40j medium,
fci.SOi pea, if2.80.
Oniom POc. per bu.
Klour Ilcat patent, iLCO.
New York Grain nnd Produce.
New Votk, Ocl, IS. Flour Weak ami S In If.
ccnu lower without attracting buyer nhu held
olf c.icctlni; fmther dccilucs In wheat. Wintei
KtialtthU. !-'l,Ja:l.(,(i, Minn, patents, ijl.10.il.4D.
t heat Spot weakj ,Nii. $ led, VS9jc. f, 0. b.
nfoat, end 0o. elevator; No. 1 uoithcru lint
uth, 6 I'll', L o, I), utloal, Options vvpetlciifcd a
day of heaviness and closed weak ut .4a?ii-,
ne( decline. .March closed iie. Miij', R2jc-.,
Oct,, 77c i IKc c. Com Spot weuki No. ,
43?ic. elevator, and 4l)!jo, f, o. b. afloat, Op
tioiu weak and lower, clowd weak nt ijale. tut
ilecllue. May closed lia;c,j Oct., 4i'n'.j Dec,
llTie, O its Spot iiulct; No. 3, 2.V. j No. ,
2l91c,i Xo. S while, -.'JUe.j No. I! white, SOUi.l
track tuUed westciii, 'lU.rifiVjc: tuck white,
wcterii ami slate, 2iu:!c Options dull and
weak. Duller Sinn,:; cieaiuiiy. KU'iio,; fav
toiy, 13al0o,; Juie iieamcry, lfc'a2le, liulta.
lion cuameiy, IHj.ilrV. j tatu dairy, I3a2lc
Chersii FI1111I I.iiko uhlle. 10?4c; largo o.
oicd, lie; small while uml colon d, lie, l:
Firm; (tats ami I'liuu., 20a2lc; western,
retjular picking;, HMVJc. ; icstctn, los oil, 21c,
Chicago Live Stock Market.
Chlcaito, Oct. 1'. Wheat declined he.nlly ear
ly today on weal; cables, hut steadied on the
iccclpls this tnornliii,, export buylnjr, December
closliu? ?ia?ic. under ycoterdaj-. Corn closed He.
nnd oatr a shade down. Provisions closed a
Bluets to 50.
lower. Cash nuutatlont wcru u, I
-Flow Dull, easy Ko, ft spring whrst, 09a
MHe.J Ko. 2 red, TtVje.l Ko. S corn, tOKallcl
No. 2 yellow, MtialO'Sl'.l No. 2 svhlte, 24a
2IWC! No. B while, 2.IU'JlUc.t No. 1 barley,
iffe.l flax, t.80 No. 1 northwest, Sl.Blal.Bl'.J:
timothy, fl.inai,i.it pork, nominal! lard, $U7!i
MI.82UI rllu, $(U0atU3j shoulders, OUaOlic.i
Whiskey, $1.27, ,
Nw York Live Stock Market.
New York, Oct. Is. Beeves, very llttlo trade (
ftcllng, weak. Calves flood vcl, steady! nth
em, weak! Wats. !I.G0a8.23! gravers, S2.S0a3.
Sheep slow, weak to 1.1e. lower! lambs,
steady! prime, linn. Rhcep, $2.7&il.25 few
unsold; sheen, sagas' .2.1 ( tew choice wethers,
SUiO culls, i.6 lamlw, $1.50:10.23; .one deck,
50.35 Canada lambs, S1.i0.3j.
Hog; Market weak ul SS,2Sa.1.S0 tow fancy
state hogs, 5.C0.
Oil City, Oct. IS. Credit balances, 110) cer
tificates, no hlil. Shipments, 71.75.) i average,
ttWM. Huns, 93,778; urcragc, 01,178,
Valuable Real Estate
FR1DAY, NOVEMBER 0, MOO.
By vlrtuo of sundry writs of Fieri Fa
cias, Levari Facias and Venditioni Ex
puiui.i, Issued out of tho Court of Com
mon Picas of Lackawanna County, to mo
directed. I. will rynnnn tn nubile Fnln bv
ycmluo or outcry, to tho highest nnd bent
uuiuer, ior caisn, nt tlie Court nmssi
thn City of Scranton, Lackawanna d
ty, on FIUDAY, tho NINTH DAY
NOVEMBER, A. D 1000, Ut 10 o'cloc
umucr, lor caBn, nt tno court nm.se, in
the fcrenoon of said day, all tho right,
title and Interest of thn cltfeiulnntH In
and to tho following described lots, pieces
or parcels of land, viz:
No. 1. All tho rlRlit, title nnd Interest
of the defendant, Mary Bailey, adminis
tratrix of James Donnelly, deceased, in
and to all that certain piece or parcel of
land situate In Prlcohurtr, Lackawanna
county, Pa., known as Lot No. 7 In Block
No. 15, ntul fronting on Albert street; bc
inrr fifty (B0 feet In front by one hundred
and slxty-flvo (1CT) foct in depth, accord
ing to a plun or map entitled Moore's
Map of Prlcebure;. Coal and minerals
reserved. All Improved with ono two
story wood two-house block and out
Seized and taken in execution ut the
suit of Johanna Donnelly vs. Mary Bai
ley, administratrix or James Donnelly,
deceased. Debt, $312. Judgment No. 21.1,
November Term, 1000. I'L fit. to Nov.
Term, 1000. WOODRUFF, Att'y.
No. 2. All the right, title and interest
of the defendants, Merrltt Scott. Merritt
Scott. Jr., Andrew Scott, Zlba Scott and
David Scott, In and to nil that certain
piece or parcel of laud situate In the
township of Spring Brook, described as
follows: Beginning at a beech stump
the southwest corner of William Bene
dict warrant; thence south eighty-eight
and one-half (SS'S) degrees east one hun
dred and thirty-three (133) perches;
thence north one and one-fourth (ltt) de
grees east one hundred and thirty-three
(1S3) parches to the southwest corner of
No. 0: thence north thirty-eight and
three-fourths (,18'Ti) degrees west one
hundred and thirty-throe (133) porches to
warrant line; thence along warrant line
south ono and three-fourths (l?i) degrees
west ono hundred and thirty-two and
one-fourth (32W) perches to road to the
place of beginning. Containing one hun
dred and ton (110) acres, bo the same
more or less. Being No. 4 of M. Mey
Icrt's allotment of Spring Brook; being
part of the William Benedict warrant.
and being that certain lot of land which
was contracted by Michael Mcylert, at
torney for tho estate of Samuel W.
Fisher, deceased, to Merrltt Scott, of
Spring Brook, by urticles dated April
27th. A, D.. 1S!!, nnd afterward assigned
to Julia Ann Scott on April 27, A. D.,
ur.3. and subsequently devised by said
Julia Ann Scott to defendant, JMcrrlt
Scott, sr., as will more fully appear by
reference to will of said Julia Ann Scott
In register of wills' office, ' in and for
Lackawanna county. Improved with
a two-story frame dwelling house, two
frame barns, and fruit trees thereon.
Seized and taken In execution ut tho
suit of Assigned to Oeorgo M. Okell vs.
Merrltt Scott. Debt, tU2.ni. Judgment
No. 131. September Turin, 1S0G. Fi. fa. to
November Term. 1000. Also nt the suit
of Assigned to George M. Okell vs. Mer
ritt Scott, jr., Andrew Scott. ZIba Scott
and David Scott. Debt, t3S7.30. Judg
ment No. u02, January Term, 1000. Fi.
fa. to November Term, 1300.
No, 3. All the right, title and Interest
of the defendant, Edward Miles, In and to
nil those two eertaln pieces, parrels or
lots of laud, situate, lying and being In
the village of Dalton, township of North
Ablngtnn, county or Lnckawanna and
state of Pennsvlvunln. being a part of
Coray's Addition to tho Village of Dal
ton, bounded and described as follows,
to wit: The llrst thereof beginning at
the southeasterly corner of lands late
of Niran Brown, deceased, and on tho
easterly side of Wetherby street; thence
south six and ihree-lourths 0."i) de
grees west two hundred and fifty (250)
feet to 11 corner of Ives' lot; thence along
the northerly boundary lino of said Ives'
lot, south eighty-three and one-fourth
b:;U) degrees east two hundred and llfty
(L'GO) foot to 11 corner in the westeily
boundary lino of the Dclaware.Laclttiwau
11a and Western Railroad company's right
of way: thence along last mentioned lino
north six and three-fourths ((i-"4) degrees
east two hundred and fifty 2.'.0) feet to
a corner In lino of lands Into of Niran
Brown, deceased: thence along the south
erly boundary lino of lust mentioned
lands north eighty-three nnd one-fourth
(s:i'4) degrees west two hundred and fifty
(2."i0) feet to a corner, the place of begin
ning. Containing sixty-two thousand
(02,000) Mitutre feet of land, bo the same
more or h'ss. Improved with a largo
two-story frame dwelling house, outbuild
luss, fruit and shade trees thereon,
Tito second thereof beginning til thn
northwesterly corner of Thompson and
Klin streets; thence on tho northerly side
of Kim street: north eighty-three and
ono-fouth (SSVi) degrees west two hun
dred (200) foot to a corner of Miles and
Kim streets; tiifnco along nto easterly
sld of Miles street, north six und three
fourths (0?4) degrees east fifty (do) feet
to a earner: thonco south eighty-throe
and one-fourth (S3li) degrees emit two
hundred (200) feet to a corner on west
erly side of Thompson street: thence
south six nnd three-fourths (till) de
grees west llfty (K0 feet to a corner, the
place of beginning. Containing ten
thousand (10,000) stiuaro foot of land, be
tho pomo moro or less. Improved with
tho same moro or less,
Seized and tnken In execution at tho
suit of Jiunes Fitch and Myron Knsson,
executors nnd trustees of (he estalo of
o. ir, Lioomls, iiet'Paseu. vs. Kdword
Miles, Debt, $.1,31.13. Judgment No. .133,
Noovmber Term, 13il, FI. fa. to Novem
ber Tcim, 100O, STARK. Att'y,
Also at the suit of Oeorgo M, Okoll vs.
Edward Miles. Debt, $137.40, Judgment
No. 438, Match Torn), 1300. FI, fa. tu
November Term, WOO,
No, 4.-A11 the lleht. title rind Interest
of tho defuitdaut, C. 10. Sllvlus, In and to
all that two-story frumo tenement and
the folowlng described lot of land, situate
In tho Thirteenth ward of tho City of
Scranton. county of Lnckawanna and
stato of Pomwylvnala, on Walsh and Ho
ban's Addition to said city being Lot No,
10 and 11 strip of laud between lot No,
10 and Lot No. 11 about four and three
tenths (4.3) feet wide nad two hundred
(300) feet deep, la Bauam or lock No, ;no,
and situate upon street called and known
as Woymlng avenue, Bald Lot No. 10
being forty (10) foot In front on W.vn
inlmf avenue and two humlrril (200) font
In depths, and tho lot and strip together
being forty-four and threctenths (41.3)
foot In width and two hundred (200) feet
In depth and is rectangular In shape,
With thn rlttht to enclose nad use ten
(10) feat In front or snltl lot on said ave
nuu for yard, vault, porch, piamt, buy
window or shrubbery. Iwi for no other
purpose. Kxccptltig and reserving' coal
and minerals, improved with a two.
story frame dwelling1 and other nut-build,
lugs. Being tlni same laud and prcmlssou
fully described in Mortgage Book No. JO,
nnge KG, holnir tho mortgage accompany
Insr tho bond 011 which this Judgment
Seized und taken In execution nt the
suit of Xdlna Robinson vs. Charles E.
Sllvlus. Debt, $1,151. Judgment No.
no7. oiuy wnn, jpoo. 1. fa- 10 rsovonv
bcr Term, 1000.
wkli.8 & Tonnnr, Att'y
No. 4.-A1I the right, title nnd Interest
ot tho , defendant, Alux, A, Btcn
nan, and. Nora V. Broitnan, In and
to all that certain piece or parcel
of land, situate, lying and being In the
Mfth ward. of the City of Carbondiile.
county of Lackawanna and state of
Pennsylvania, bounded nnd described as
follows, to wit: Beginning nt u corner
ot lands ot Alexander Cluno, on the
southerly sldo of Canaan street! thenco
south thirty-six (30) degrees east along
tho lino of lands of said Alexander Cluno
ninety (90) foot to, n stnko comer in lino
ot lnutls of said Alexander ciuiipi thenco
south fifty and throe-fourths (60) de
grees west along lands of Patrick Shan
non forty (10). feet to a stnko corner!
thenco .north thirty-six (30) degrees west
along lands ot Patrick Shannon ninety
(30) feet to a corner on tho southerly sldo
of Canaan street: tltencu north fifty and
thrco-fourths (50)J) degrees east along
Canaan Btreet forty (40) feet to the piuco
of beginning. Containing three thousand
six iniimrcii (.i.ooo) square feet, Being
the same lot of land which Patrick Shan
non and wlfo by deed dated the twenty
first day of September, A. D., 1832, und
recorded In tho olllco of tho recorder of
deeds In Lackawanna county In Deed
Book No. 37, page 2C7, granted and con
veyed to said Alcxnndor A. Brennan and
Nora V. Brennan, his wire. Improved
with a two-story frumo dwelling Iiouho
Seized nnd taken In execution ut the
suit ot Patrick Shannon vs. Alex. A.
Brennan ot til. Debt, tSOI.23, Judgment No.
572, Muy Term, lbSS. FI. fa. to Novom
ber Term, 1900. O'NEILL, Att'y.
No. (', All'tho right, title and Interest
of tho defendants, Patrick Lnrktn and
Bridget Larkln und Mary A, Larkln, In
nnd to all that certain piece or parcel
of land sltuato In tho borough of Dun
more, county of Luckuwanna, slalo of
Pennsylvania, bounded und described us
follows, to wit! Being tho front part
of Lot No. 15 in Sqtiuro or Block No. 3,
and fronting upon tho Drinker turnpike,
and being nbout sixty-eight (C8) feet in
width and on tho easterly side two hun
dred nnd eighteen (218) feet in depth,
and on tho westerly sldo two hundred
and forty-seven (217) feet In depth, ac
cording to a plan or map entitled "Par
ker & Throop's Allotment of the Sher
wood Farm." All coal and minerals re
ferred. Improved with a stono cellar
foutitlutlon wall, fruit trees and grape
Seized nnd taken In execution at the
suit of Stowors' Pork Packing and
Provision Company vs. Patrick Lar
kln and Bridget Larkln. Debt, $180.57.
Judgment No. 25?, November Term,
IK'S. Allns Vend. Kx. to Novem
ber Term, 1900. Also at tho suit nf Same
v. Mary A. Larkln. Debt, $202.38. Judg
ment No. 119, November Term, 1808. Alias
Vend. Kx. to November Term. 1900.
WILLARD, WARREN & KNAPP,
No. 7.-A11 the right, title and Interest
ot the defendant, Charles M. Lancaster,
In and to all that certain lot, piece or
parcel of land situate, lying and being in
tho village of Moscow, township of Madi
son, county of Lackawanna nnd state of
Pennsylvania, bounded and described as
follow.", to wit: Beginning nt the cor
ner of street called and known as Church
street and running thence north eight (8)
degrees east along Maple street two
huulrcd feet; thenco north eighty-two (82)
degrees west ono hundred and llfty (150)
teet to an alley; thence sonin live (5) de
grees west two hundred (200) feet to cor
ner of Church street: ther.co easterly
along Church street about one hundred
nnd forty-thrco (143) foot to the place
ot uegmmng; ueing i,ot ko. 1 anu part
of Lot No. 2, on Block B, on J. E. Love
land's addition to the village of Moscow,
Intended to be duly recorded. Improved
with a two-story dwelling house and
Seized and taken In execution at the
suit of Mnry Augusta Gardner vs. Charles
M. Lancaster. Debt, $1,110. Judgment
No. 203. November Term, 1300. FI. la. 10
November Term, 1900.
M. J. MARTIN, Att'y.
No. S. Alt tho right, title and interest
of the defendant, John II. Jordan, admin
istrator of Richard Jordan, deceased. In
and to all that certain piece or parcel
of land, situate in the borough of Arch
bard, county of Lackawanna and stnte
of Pennsylvania, bounded and described
as follbws; to wit: Containing a front
of sixty (00) feet northwestward on Pino
street, bounded northeastward at right
angles to said street ono hundred (100)
feet by Lot No. 13 on safd street: south
eastward parallel with said street sixty
(fiO) feet by Lot No. l(i, onCherr y street,
and southwestward at right angles to
said Pino street one hundred (100) feet
b ythe northeast line of Wayne street.
Being designated as Lot No. 15 on Pino
street, as per map of the Delaware nnd
Hudson Canal company In the borough
nf Arohbald. Coal reserved. All Im
proved with a two-stor yframe dwelling
house and outbuildings thereon.
Seized and taken In execution at the
suit of Assigned to M. J. Klntz vs. John
H. Jordan, administrator of Richard Jor
dan, deceased. Debt, $1,000. Judgment
No. 315. November Term, 1900. Lev. fa.
to November Term. 1900.
No. 9. All the right, title and Intercut
of the defendant, Fred Oumaer, lu and
to all that certain farm, consisting- of two
adjoining pieces of land sltuato In the
townsntp or tsonton. county of Lncka
wanna and State of Pennsylvania, bound
ed and described as follows: Beginning
ut a post in tho center of the old Klkwood
road, corner of land surveyed to tho wlfo
of Carlton D. Farnum, daughter of Isaac
Doud: tlieneo south eighty-two and ouo
luilf (S2U0 degrees east one hundred and
fourteen and live-tenths (114.5) perches
along said road to np ost corner of Milan
Kvnrts' land; thenco north along said Ev
arts' lino one hundred and fifteen and
five-tenths (115.5) perches to post and
stones whero the beech stood, another
corner of said Kvarts'; thence north
forty-six (40) degrees east along said Kv
rats" line thlrty-llvo and five-tenths (25,5)
perches to post and stones in Hue be
tween the counties ut Susquehanna and
Luzerne; thence north eighty-seven and
one-half (ST'i) degres wst along said
county line one hundred and eighteen (US)
perches to post and stones corner of land
sold by Isaac Doud to Alva Cook: thenco
south thirteen and ono-fourth (1J',,) de
grees west along said Cook's line ninety
one and five tenths (91.5) perches to post
In line ot said .Mrs. Farnum's land:
thence south eighty-two unci one-half
(S2'ii) degrees oast along the lino of the
same four (I) porches to corner of tho
sanio: thence south twenty-three (2.1)
perches to tho place of beginning, Con
talnlng eighty-seven S7) acres and olgh-ty-two
(82) perches, more or lees, and be
ing same premises which Kzoklel Oumaer
by his last will nnd testament devised to
said Frederick Oumner, and nlso ono ad-
Joining pleoo or land bounded and de
scribed us folows: Bounded easterly by
lands nbovo described; southerly by lauds
of K, Quick and Jaman Brundugu: west
orly by binds nf Jaman Brundago and R.
M. Phillips, and northerly by the dividing
Unci between the. counties of Lackawanna
and Susquehanna, Containing fifty (50)
ncros. moro or less, belnu tho same land
which J, ti, Williams et ul, sold and con-veyc-d
to wild Frederick Outnuor bv deed
dated April 17, ISVi, and recorded tu Lack,
awnrna county In Deed 00k No. 41, page
55S, etc. Excepting and reserving from
said farm consisting of tho above-described
pieces of land about ten (10) acres
which the said Fredeilek attmaer said
and conveyed to John II. BrunluB by
deed dated Feb, !, 189S, and recorded in
Lackawanna county In Deed Book No,
183, pago 279, reference being thereunto
bad tin- sumo will more fully and at
largo appear. The said farm consisting
of tho uliovo described lots or pieces of
Iriul Is Improved with ono two-story
frame dwelling house, two barns, one
cierniity. other outbuildings and apple
Seized and taken In execution at tho
suit of Freeman Leach, assigned to Silas
llartly vs. Fred Oumaer. Debt. $1,02.1.29,
Judgment No, 230, May Term. 1S90. Alias
0. fa, tu November Term, lOOu.
No. 10.-AH tha light, llllo and Interest
of tho defendant, 11. K. Van Kleeek. In
nnd to all that eertutn ploco or parcel of
land sltuato In tin borough of Jermyn,
Lackawanna county, bounded and de
scribed us folows: Beginning at tho
routherly comer of the intersection of
Third avenue and O street; lliepco along
tho southerly sldo of flstreet In a south
easterly (Unction sixty (iJO) feet, to a cor
ner; thenco In a southwesterly and paral.
lei with said Third avenue, llfty (50) feet
more or less, to n cornor In Hue of lot
now or lalo of James ShlehLi and known
as Lot No. 27.lt) Block No. 32: thenco In
a northwesterly direction along tho lino
of said Lot No. 27 and nt right' ansles to
said Third avenue, sixty (CO) feet, inai'o
or less to said Third avenue; thenco
northeasterly direction along southwest-
crly side of Third avenue, fifty, (50) feet,
moro or less, to place of beginning, bclns
part of Lot No. 20 In said Block No. SS.
improved with a. two-story frame dwell
ing nnd outbuilding, Coat and minerals
Also, all that lot or pnrcel ot land In
tho aforesaid borough of Jermyn, Lacku
wanna county, Pa bounded and de
scribed as rollows, to. will Beginning nt
ti point on tho labsonburg ntul Hubbard's
Comers turnpike nt a corner of lands of
tho Rush Urook lodge. No. 5S, of the in
dependent Order of Odd Fellows) thence
In a westerly direction and alone said
turnpllto fifty-eight (63) feet to a corner:
thenco In a northerly direction and at
right angles to said turnpike fifty, (GO) foot
to a corner! tnence in nn easterly infec
tion parallel to said turnpike nftyetght
(58) feet to a corner! thenco In n south
crl ydlrectlon nt right nngles to snld turn
plko fifty (50) feat to placo of boglnnlnt?.
Being a part of Lot No, 1, In Block No.
28, according to tho maps ot tho to.wn
plot of tho village of Olbsonburg. 1m
proved with a small barn and blacksmith
shop. Coal and mineral reserved.
Seized and taken In cxcittlon nt the
suit of Blttenbcnder & Co. vs. II. K. Van
Kleck, Debt, $755.87. Judgment No.
1271, September Term, 189S. FI. fa. to
November Term, 1900.
No. 11.-A11 the right, title nnd Interest
of tho defendant, Joseph A. Gould, In
and to all those certain lots, pieces or
parcels of land situate In thn First ward
of tho City of Scrnnton, County of Lack
awanna nnd stato of Pennsylvania,
bounded nnd described ns follows, viz:
Beginning nt a stake tho northwesterly
corner of Robert Rolnc's lot on the
northerly lino of Ralno street; thence
along snld northerly lino of Ralno street
north forty nnd one-half (40H) degrees
west scventy-ono (71) feet to 11 gas pipe
stako corner; thenco north forty-sovon
and one-half (4',fe) degrees cast two hun
dred and ten (210) feet along lands of
Jacob K. Johlcr to a gas plop stako cor
ner on southerly lino of Parker struct;
thenco along said southerly lino of Par
ker street south elghty-Blx (86) degrees
east ninety-five (95) feet to a corner of
said Robert Ralno's lot; thenco lorty-slx
and one-half (46',i) feet along said Robert
Ralno's land to the placo of beginning.
Containing sixteen thousand four hun
dred and fifty (16,450) square feet of land
moro or less, and being Lots Nos. 9 and
10 on the map of Jollier's addition to the
city of Scranton, recorded or Intended to
be recorded In tho office for recording of
deeds In the county of Lackawanna, be
ing tho same piece of land conveyed to
the said Joseph A. Gould by Jacob K.
.Tohler and wife by deed dated Dec. 17,
1S95. recorded in Lacknwanua county In
Deed Book 134, page 170, etc.
Seized and taken In oxcutlon at the
suit of Assigned to Charles S. Scamans
or Joseph A. Gould. Debt, $1,10). Judg
ment No. 240, November Term, 1900. Fi.
fa. to November Term, 1900.
COMBO YS, Att'y.
No. 12. All the right, title and Interest
of the defendants, Margaret Muck and
James Mack, In and to all that certain
lot, piece or parcel of land sltuato in tho
borough of Mayflcld, Lackawanna county,
Pennsylvania, bounded and described ns
follows, to wit: Being all that portion
of Lot No. 22. In Block No. ,1. that lies
easterly of a line drawn parallel with
and thirty (30) feet distant easterly mcas
upred at right angles from the located
center line of the Ontario, Carbondale
nnd Scranton railway. Excepting and
reserving the coal and minerals thereon.
Being part cf the same premises con
voyed by Patrick Meehnn and wife to R.
U. Sturges, by deed dated Nov. 5, 188H.
and recorded In Deed Book No. 65, page
4S8, etc.. In the office for recording deeds
etc., In and for Lackawanna county, Pn.
All improved with a two-storv frame
dwelling, with basement and ont-bulld-ings
Seized and tnken In excntlon at tho
suit of DoRoy M. Schoonovcr, assignee of
Thomas P. Fowler nad John B. Kerr, vs.
Margaret Mack and James Mark. Debt,
$7S4. Judgment No. 1435, September
Term, 1900. Lev. fa. to November Term,
1900. BURR, Att'y.
No. 13.-All the right, title and Interest
of the defendants, Mary E: Dougherty
nnd Patrick J. Dougherty, In and to all
the following described piece or onrccl of
land situate lu tho borough of Dunmore,
county of Lackawanna and stato of Penn
sylvania, bounded and described as fol
lows: Commencing at a point, being the
southerly corner of Center and Hill
streets and running in a westerly direc
tion along the line of said Center street,
ninety (90) feet to a corner upon John
Marlon's land; thence In a southerly di
rection along tho land of snld John Ma
rlon one hundred and seventy-five (175)
feet to n corner on the land of James
Dougherty; thence in an easterly direc
tion ninety (30) feet along tho lino of
land of James Dougherty to Hill street;
thence nlong said Hill street In an north
erly direction one hundred and seventy
tlve (175) feet to tho place of beginning.
Containing fifteen thousand seven hun
dred and llfty (15.750) souare feet of land.
be the same more or less. Improved
with foundations and outhouses.
Seized and taken In exctttlnn at tho
suit of the Cosmopolitan Building and
Loan association vs. Mary E. Dougherty
and Patrick J. Dougherty. Debt, $015.70.
Judgment No. 341, November Term, 1900.
Lev, fa. to November Term. 1900.
No. 14. All the right, title nnd Interest
of the defendant. Jennie K. Grover, ad
ministratrix of tho Estate of Frank J.
Grover, deceased. In and to all that cer
tain piece, parcel or tract of land sltuute
In the village of Mooslc, county of Lack
awanna aad state of Pennsylvania, but
ted, bounded and described as follows, to
wit: Beginning at a point on the north
erly side of Mlnooka avenue at a dis
tance) of lift y(50) feet from the Inter
section of Fourth street with snld Mlnoo
ka avenue; tlieneo In a westerly direc
tion nlong said Mlnooka avenue n dis
tance of twenty-tlvo (25) feet to u cor
ner; thenco in a northerly direction In
lino parallel to said Fourth street a dis
tance of 130 feet to Lackawanna avenue;
thenco In an easterl ydlrectlon along said
Lackawanna avenue, about twenty-five
feet to a corner, nnd thenco In a south
erly direction in line parallel with snld
Fourth street a distance of ono hundred
and thirty (130) feel to tho place of ho
ginning. Containing about three thou
sand two hundred nnd fifty (3,250) square
feet of land, ho thn siiuni more or Ions',
It being a part of Lot No. 30, lu Block
No. I, fronting cm Mlnooka avenue, as
will appear by reference to a village
map or plot made by It. P, Rockwell,
osc,. civil engineer. Being the same
land conveyed by John Thomas and
Catherine, Ills wife, to Frank J, Grovnr
by deed dated tho second day of August,
1SS. und recorded In the recorder's office
In Lackawanna county In Deed Book No,
Gi, page 49, etc, Improved with a two
story framo dwelling house and out
Seized nnd taken in oxcutlon at tho
suit of Henry D. Brewster vs. Jennie E,
Orovnr, administratrix of Frank J. Gro
ver, deceased. Itebt, $580,47. Judgment
ko. i2uu, Meptomner Term, jshhi, low ia,
to November Term. 1900,
VOSHimO & DAWSON, Att'ys,
No. 15. All tho tight, litis and Interest
of the defendant, Grant J. Koodoo. In
nnd to all that tract or parcel of land
sltulao lu "Lackawanna Park" In tho
First ward of tho City of Scrunton. in
tho easterly angle formed by the Junction
of Dotty street and Ruth street. Being
Lo No. 4, In Block No. a, lu said Porlt,
bounded nnd described ns follows: Bo.
ginning at the easterly anglo of said
streets; thenco along thn southerly sldo
of said Ruth street north thlrty.nlne (33)
degrees and twenty-ono (21) minutes eust
slxty.two and twenty-ono one-liunilredths
(01.21) feet! thence north slxty-threo and
llfly-elght ono-hundredths (63.5S) degrees
oast eight and forty-one one-hundredths
(8.11) feet to the corner of Lot No. :i. In
said plot; thence nlong said Lot No. 3
south fifty W) degrees and tltlrty-nlno
(39) minutes east twenty-six and llvo
tenths (2il.5) feet to a corner of Lot No.
fi. In said plot; thenco south thlrty-nlno
(30) degrees and twenty-ono (21) minutes
west seventy (10) foot to the eastern side
Hun or said Dtty street: thonco nlong
mid Dotty streot north fifty (50) degrees
and thirty-nine (39) minutes west thirty
(30) fee to the placo of beginning. Doing
tho b.inia land conveyed by James Nich
ols to the .laid Grant J. KecBlnr by deed
dated the sixth day of June.A, P.. 1S93.
and recorded In tho recorder's olllco lu
und forl.uckuw anna county In Deed
Book No. 162, image .HI, etc.
Seized and taken In oxcutlon at tho
suit of tho Middle States Loan. Build
ing und Coiistiucllon company vs. Giant
J. Keosler. Debt, $4.85. Judgment No,
SSI. November Term. 1900.. FI. fa. to
November Term, 1300.
I No. JO. AH the right, title und interest
of the defendant, Everett V. MerrlanO,
In and to all that certain piece or parcel
of land sltuato In tho borough of Dun
more, county, of Lnckawanita nnd .state,
of Pennsylvania, and described as followe,
to wit: Beginning at the northeasterly
corner of Clay nvcnuo.nnd Green ltldfo
street! thence running In a northeasterly
direction nlong Clay avenue fifty-two (52)
feet to a corner! thenco at right angles
to ciny avenue In a southeasterly direc
tion llfty-nlno (69) feet to a corner; thonou
In ti northeasterly direction und parallel
with Clay avonuo eighteen (18) feet and
four (4) inches to a corner; thence In a
southeasterly direction and at right an
gles with tho last lino ninety-one (01)
fcot to a corner! thence nt right angles
In a southwesterly direction elghy (801
feet and four (4) Inches to tho line of
Green Illdgo stroots thenco In a north
castcrl direction nlyong Green nidge
street ono hundred and fifty (150) feet
to the placo of beginning. Being parts
,f. L,0,S, Nns " n"d 14. in Square of
Block No. 43, .on tho plot of Banderson's
Addition to Scranton nnd Green Ridge.
No building to bo erected within ton (10)
feet of tho inside lino or the sidewalk on
Clay avenue and Green Rldgo slroot. Ini
proved wlthetwo-story framo 8-tenemcnt
house and outbuildings.
Seized and taken lu execution at thn
suit of Leonard D. Hnnford vs. Everett
F. Merrlnno. Debt, $3,218.50. Judgment
u. .in,, novemuer term, juw. jj 1. ia to
November Term, 1300.
No. 17. All tho right, tltlo and Interest
of tho defendants, Luke Hnrran and P.
F. Harrnn, In nnd to nil tho following
described lot of land situate In the west
erly sldo of Monscy avenue, In tho Thir
teenth ward of tho city of Scranton,
Lnckawanna county and state of Penn
sylvania, as follows, viz: Being Lot No.
0 in Square or Block No. 21. upon tho
plot of Sanderson's Addition in said city
called Green Ridge. Said lot contain
In front on snld Monsey avenue sixty (60)
feet and extends of that width In length
or depth .ono hundred and seventy-one
nnd one-half (171V4) fcot. The measure
ment of the depth tn commence ton GO)
feet from the inside of tho sldowallt,
with tho right to enclose, occupy nnd uso
tho said ten (10) feet for cellar-way,
porch, steps, vernndtiR or shrubbery, but
not to erect any buildings thereon. Re
serving, ns they have heretofore been re
served, all coal and minerals beneath trio
surface of snld 1nt, with tho eamo rights
as to mining and removal of same. Im
proved with a two-story frame dwelling
house, barn, fruit trees, grape vines and
Seized nnd taken in execution at the
suit of Edward Loughlln vs. Luke Hnr
ran and P. F. Harran. Debt, $100. Judg
ment No. 397, November Term, 1000. FI.
fu. to November Term, 1900.
No. 1S.-AU the right, title and Interest
of tho defendant, Georgo Concry, in audi
to all tho folowltig described piece or
parcel of land sltuato In the Fourth
ward of the city of Scranton, county' of
Lnckawanna nud stato of Pennsylvania,
bounded and described ns follows: Be
ginning at a corner on VnnBuren avenue
thirty-seven and one-half (3714) feet
northeasterly from the corner of Lot No.
28, now of James Cuslck, It being thn
northeasterly corner of said Lot No. 28;
thence northerly along said Van Buren
nvenue thirty-seven and one-half (37'4)
feet to a corner: thence westerly on 1
lino parallel with Lafayette street to
Lot ..o. 44 ono hundred (100) feet: thenco
southerly along division line between
Lots Nos. 44 and 45 thirty-seven and one
half (37Vi) feet to ft corner thirty-seven
and one-half (37'i) feet from Lot No. 28:
thence In a southeasterly direction and,
Earallel with tho division lino between
.ot No. 28 and Lots Nos. 45, 46, 47 and 48
ono hundred (100) foot to Van Buren ave
nue, tho placo of- beginning. Coal and
minerals reserved. Improved with a ,two
story frame dwelling and outbuilding.
Seized and taken In execution at thn
suit of the New York Mutual Savings
and Loan association vs. George C011
nery. Debt, $1,247.82. Judgment No. 331,
November Term, 1900. Lev. fa. to Novem
ber Term, 1900. STARK, Att'y.
No. 19. All the right, title and Interest
of tho defendant, Frank Bnronke, In and
to all that certain lot, piece or parcel
of land situate in the borough of Blakelj'.
county of Lackawanna and state of
Pennsylvania, bounded and described ns
follows, to wit: Being Lot No. 4, in
Block No. 2, on plot of land formerly
owned by John C. Langan, said lot is
forty-feet wide int front on Chcstnti
street, nnd one hundred nad forty (110)
feet in depth, and is the land conveyed
by Michael Green aud wife to Frank
Baronko by deed date the fourteenth
day of August, 1S9.1, recorded In Deed
Book No. 101, page 485, etc. All im
proved with a two-story framo dwelling
house and other outbuildings thereon.
Seized nnd taken In execution at tho
suit of New Schiller Building and Loan
association vs. Frank Baronko. Debt,
$1,125. Judgment No. 409. FI. fa. to Novem
ber Term, 1900. STOKES, Att'y.
No. 20. All the right, title and Interest
of tho defendants. Horatio N. Patrick
and Harry Smith, and Elizabeth E.
Belles, terra tenants, in and to all those,
two several adjoining lots or pieces of
land situate In the First ward of tho
city of Scrnnton, county of Lnckawanna.
and state of Pennsylvania, bounded and
described as follows, to wit:
First Beginning at a stake in the rear
of Lot No. 6, In tho partition of the es- '
tate of Philip Swartz, deceased; thenco
by said lots south fifty-three (53) degrees
east forty-two (42) perches to a corner
In the Lackawanna river; thenco In and
along said river north twenty-two (22)
degrees west ton nnd six-tenths (10.6)
perches to a stake and stones in the
Lackawunna river: thence north twenty
five and one-half (25Vj) degrees west eight
nnd five-tenths (8.5) perches to a birth
tree; thence north twenty-seven and one
half (271,!-) degrees west in and along said
river twenty-two nnd five-tenths (22.5)
perchos, moro or less, to a plno tree, now
dead; thcuco south sixty (00) degrees
west along lands of "Sllkman Plot" fir
ten and two-tenths (15.2) perches to a
corner; thonco south htirty-nlne (39) de
grees west llvo and three-tenths (5.3)
perches to the place of beginning, con
taining two (two) ucres and nlnoty-threa
and five-tenths (93.3) perches of land,
moro or less.
Second A strip of land fifteen (15) feet
in width throughout, hounded on thn
southwesterly sldo by Deacon street; on
the souhteastcrly side by tho lino of tho
southeasterly side of the "Homestead
lot." on tho northeasterly side by Inad
described above, and on tho northwest
erly sldo b ythe southeasterly "Cottagu
lot," so called, In thn partition of tho
real estae of Eunhomla Wint. deceased,
now owned of Theodore J. Wint, under
tho partition proceedings lu sulci Euplio
mla Wint estato; said strip of land be
ing about two hundred nnd soventy-flvq
(275) feet In length or depth, being tho
mirnort or share of the said Louis H.
Wint, set out nnd partitioned to him In
tho estnto of tho said Euphemla. Wlnt,r
deceased, In 1893.
Excepting and reserving therefrom the
fnloiwlng doscrlbed lots, from which tho
Hen or sain mnrtgngo uas neon roioasen,
Viz; Lot No. il, In Block No. 3. on Betty
street; Lot No. 9. In Block No. 3, on
Dotty street! Lots Nos. 10 nnd 11. In
Block No. 3. on Dotty street; Lots Nos,
7 nud S, lu Block No. 3, on Dotty street:
Lot No. 4, In Block No. 3, on Dotty Httrl
Ruth streets; Lot No. 3, in Block No. 1,
on Tiogast root: Lot No. 2, In Block No,
2. on Tioga street: Lot No. It. In Block
No. 2, on Dotty street; Lots Nos. 9 and
10, In Block No. 22. Said lots being morn
full described In the map of sild plot
known as "Lnckawanna Park." Im
proved with three single two-story framo
dwellings aud outbuildings, and ono don.
ble two-story frame dwelling house and
Selred and taken In execution nt the
suit of Louis II. Wint vs. Horatio N. Pat
rick. Debt, $3,163,45. Judgment No. ,
Ley, fa, to November Term. 1900.
TERMS OF SALE.
FIFTV DOLLARS CASH WHEN PROP.
ERTV IS STRUCK OFF, AND BALANCfl
IN CASH IMMEDIATELY AFTER SALE
IS CONCLUDED, WHEN SOLD FOIt
COSTS, IOSTS MUST BE PAID WHEN
ALL PROPERTIES ON WHICH ABOVE
TERMS HAVE NOT BEEN COMPLIED
WITH WILL BE RESOLD BEFORE AD.
CLARENCE E, PRYOR, Sfisrlff,
Sheriff's Office, Scranton,
ber IS. 100O.