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THE SCRANTON TRIBUTE- TUESDAY,, OCTOUER 1000. - .
EBIE ENTERS HONESDAIiE.
Trains Run io tho New Station In
the Maple City.
Special to tho Scranton Tribune.
. lionesdalo, Out. 1. What Is known as
tho lionesdalo branch of the Brio rail
road was completed In July, 1M5S, but,
strange to bay, the flrst pustonRcr train
on tho above branch rcuchod Honcs
tlulo today. All of thoHo Inlorvonlns
years, at Now York anl other points,
the Erie company has Hold tickets to
Honesdalo and landed the liasscngois
at a station ono mile out from Hones
dale. Passengers were obliged to llnlsh
tho Journey by stage or on foot at
their own expense, but happily for
lionesdalo and tho traveling public, tho
.days of tho omnibus are over, and
what has so anxiously been looked for
has arrived and there Is rejoicing In
Honcsdale today. Tho following an-
' nounccment was circulated In Hones
, dale on Saturday by the Erie com
Commencing Monday. Oct. J, 1000, pawner
trains ot tho lliie lallroiil will (irrlvc sit and
depart from the new station of Ilia Pelawaic
and Hudson railroad, lionesdalo.
The presont station of tho Erie railroad will
be dcsiRnatcd on time tables thereafter at Kait
Honctdale. 1'. I. KoliprH,
General l'Mscngcr Agent.
New York, Sept. 27, 1C.
This morning a large crowd asscm-
bled at the Delaware and Hudson sta
tion to witness tho departure of the
flrst train at S.'IO, which was In charge
of tho veteran engineer, Benjamin
Gardner, and Conductor Knapp. A
largo number went to East lionesdalo
and as far as Huwley by this train
and returned by tho first Incoming
train, which reached here at 10.37 a. m.
This train was In charge o Conductor
J. G. Hornbeck and Engineer W. B. J.
Allwood. The Maple City band and
about 500 men, women and chlldrnn
were at tho station to welcome tho
first Erie train to reach Honcbdale, and
a royal welcome It was. The railroads
entering Honesdalo now land all nas
sengers In tho heart of Maple City, and
all the passenger business will bo con
ducted at ono station. The celebration
of the event will bo continued this
evening, with a dinner at the Allen
house to Benjamin Gardner, who has
served as engineer on tho Honcsdale
branch nearly thirty years.
Special to tho Scrar.ton Tribune.
Pittston, Oct. 1. Floyd Richards, the
Upper Pittston meat dealer, has dis
posed of his business to D. W. & K. I.
Richards, of Duryea.
The Susquehanna river is five inches
lower than at tho low water mark of
A large number of the different local
unions of United Mine Workers will
participate in the parade at Wilkes
Barro Tuesday. Arrangements have
been made for tho transportation of
1,700 on the Delaware and Hudson
railroad. The train willi leave Cork
Lane at 12 o'clock.
Twelve cases of diphtheria were re
ported to the Pittston board of health
Upon the application of Thomas Mit
chell, an injunction has been granted
to prevent the fulfillment of a contract
mnde by the Pittston township school
board with the American Book com
pany for a supply of Brook's arithme
tics and copies of the vertical system
of writing, aggregating $1,200. The pe
titioner contends that the contract was
Illegally made, as tho teachers had
not been consulted by the board.
Anouncement has been made of the
engagement of Edon W. Brown, of the
iirm of Brown & Co., of this city, and
MlbS Bene Burgunder, of Wllkes
Barre. The Pittston Beds and the Wilkes
Barre Amateurs, two of the strongest
amateur base ball aggregations In the
county, will crois bats at the Young
Men's Christian association grounds,
Wilkes-Barre, Tuesday and Wednes
Michael Kcainey, of Mill Hill, Pitts
ton, has been engaged as a song and
danee artist with the Barlow and Wil
son Minstrel company.
Tho regular meeting of the Women's
Foreign Mlssionaiy society will bo held
this afternoon at 3 o'clock at the home
of Mis. M. A. Flock.
John Wallace will remove his family
from Scranton to Grove street this
Miss Sablna Moore, of Wilkes-Barre,
is the guest of Misses O'Boyle, of Main
Frank Heston bus returned home
Tho funeral of Mrs. Mary Heap took
pla& on Sunday afternoon from the
family residence on Hill street. Sur
vives were conducted In St. Maiy's
fiurch by Itev. M, F. Crane. Inter
ment was made In St. Mary's ceme
tery. Tile pall-bearers were Mai tin
Mullln, Patrick Bairett, Thomas Mee
lian, Patrick Naughton and Patrick
Tho Ladles' Mibslonary society ot tho
Langcliffe church will meet at tho
home of Mrs. Thomas Borthwlck on
Mrs. F. A. Ammerman, of Caibon
tiale, Is tho guest of her sister, Miss
Charles Davis, of Jermyn, spent a
tew days last week at th? Ellis resi
dence. Robert Oliver, through tho Interna
tional Correspondence Schools, has ob
tained a position ns civil engineer at
Funxsutawney, Jefferson county.
Misses Mary Alkninn, Mary Sanders,
John Davis and James Allen spent
Sunday at Bear Creek.
The miners' unions of this vicinity
will bo largely represented In tho
parade at Wllkes-Darro today.
i SOREST CITY,
Bpeclal to the Scranton Tribune,
Forest City, Oct. l.-iThe distiict
deputy grand master of the Odd Fel
lows will be here (lib evening to ln
atall the oillcers of Clifford lodge, Tho
candidates are B, A. Randall, noble
grand; A. J, Lowrle, vice-grand; W.
U. Styles, assistant socrstary; W. Gum
jnae, treasurer, and John -Armstrong,
representative to the Grand lodge.
Miss Leah Weed Is visiting her sis
ter In Port Jervls.
Poor Director F, P,. Holmes is again
able to be out. He visited his daugh
ter in Archbald the latter part of last
week. Mr, Holmes has moved from
NtU Main strest to Delaware street.
Henry Box, of Carbondale, spent
Sutulny In town.
J. It. Iludd was a business caller at
Orson and Poyntello yesterday.
Much adverse crltlplsm of County
Commissioner Tlngley Is being heard
In town, due to tho report that he has
told tho Wayne county viewers that
this county will .have nothing to do
with tho building of a bridge across the
river at this pluce. '
Tho new breaker Is now under roof.
Very little attention Is being given to
matters political. The strike situation
seems to occupy all minds.
iSpeelul to tho Scranton Tribune.
Montrose, Oct. 1. The coal famine
from which tho people of this place
have been suffering for several weeks,
was temporarily relieved today, when
several carloads of coal received by
our dealers Saturday nlghb was quick
ly distributed among their customers.
Several hundred orders yet remain to
be filled, but it is believed that little
trouble wilt be experienced hereafter
in obtaining a supply.
George Mack and Maurice O'Brien
visited friends at Forest Lake and St.
Joseph on Sunday.
Chestnuts are a scare article here
about this year. They usually bring
about $1.50 a bushel In this market,
but our dealers are glad to get t-hem
now at $6.
Representatives of tho Rex Acety
lene Generator company, of Blngham
ton, were In town on Saturday com
pleting arrangements for the erection
of acetylene gas plant In this borough
for tho puipose of lighting streets, bus
iness houses and private residences.
Wo understand that an option was se
cured on u suitable site for the build
ing and It Is probable that the con
struction of tho works will be com
menced In a few weeks.
On Saturday evening a stranger
rolled into town on the Lackawanna
and Montrose train and proceeded to
the Montrose House, where he regis
tered as "Mr. Veeder, Newark, N. J.,"
and was assigned a room for the night.
The man was of good address and ap
peared to be full of business. He in
formed Mr. Guy, the landlord, that he
wished to drive to a neighboring town
on tho morrow and asked to have a
livery rig ordered for his use in the
mornlns. This was agreed t'o and Mr.
Veeder letired to his loom, after leav
ing instructions that he should be
called at a certain hour. Sunday
morning Mr. Veeder was called as ho
had requested, but made no response;
the call was repeated several times
but the only answer was ominous si
lence. At last the livery ig that had
been ordered arrived and a final effort
to rouse Mr. Veeder was decided on.
Lusty shouts and vigorous pounding on
the door proved fruitless and with the
awful suspicion that- the man had taken
suddenly ill and expired in the night,
the door was forced open. Sure enough,
Mr. Veeder had peacefully passed away
out of his room, out of the hotel and
out of town; leaving nothing behind
save tho well chewed stump of a cigar
and a half eaten peach, and these Mr.
Guy Is preserving ns souvenirs of Mr.
Veeder's brief sojourn nt? his hostelry.
Not only did the landlord receive noth
ing for the accommodations furnished
the man, but he also had to settle for
the livery rig, which was held in readi
ness all day.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. Tits
worth, of Susquehanna, are the guests
of relatives In this place.
A .number of Montrose people took In
the excursion to Shawanese Lake yes
terday. Fred S. Amsbry, of Port Dickinson,
N. Y is the guest of relatives in town.
The death of Mrs. Orvllle Hancock,
an old and respected resident, occurred
at her home in the township on Fri
day, September 28, after a long and
painful illness of cancer. Her hus
band and a daughter, Mrs. Aaron Ar
nolds, of this place, survive her. The
funeral was attended yesterday after
Charles H. Alney, esq., census super
visor of this district, left on a business
tiip to Scranton and Wilkes-Barre to
duy. Chairman Ralph B. Little, of the
county Republican committee, ad
dressed a political meeting at Stevens'
Point on Saturday night.
Arthur Le Couver, of Oxford, N. Y.,
is visiting atthe home of hla mother
In this place!
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Nicholson, Oct. 1. Mr. B. B. Blakes
lee icturned home Monday morning,
after spending two weeks at Lake
Miss Cora Greene, of Fleetvllle, after
spending a few duys with her friend,
Miss Ruth Johnson, icturned to her
home Filduy morning.
The funeral of Mr. Gilbert Brown,
who died Snturduy morning, will take
place from his late residence on Tues
day at 11 o'clock. Tho lematns will bo
convoyed to the Stark cemetery for
Mrs, Edward Raymond and her
f i lend, Mrs. Parsons, of Blnghamton,
spent Sunday with Mrs. Sarah Will
iams. Quinine for Colds,
Many people who use quinine for tho
cure of colds say that the effect of this
drug in more disagreeable than the
disease, Krause's Cold Cure Is pre
pared In a convenient capsule form,
and will cure tho most deeply seated
cold In 24 houis without nay interrup
tion to business, They aro pleasant to
take and give you a clear, fresh sensa
tion while operating, Price Jifje, Sold
by Matthews Bros.
Special to the Scranton Tiihune.
Honesdnle, Oct, 1. Miss Harriet E,
Rockwell has gone to New York city,
wheio she will enter upon u course of
study In Columbia unlveislty,
Miss Elizabeth W, Bently Is In Rah
way, N, J to put tho "Brownies" on
Mr, and Mrs. Edwin F, Torry left
today for a stay of two weeks at; At
Mr. nnd Mrs. John E. Richmond will
rpturn this week from the White
mountains, where they spent the sum
mer. The grand jury lust week ignored
the bill of young Al,ton Sisco, of South
Canaaun, who shot his father In de
fenso of his mother.
Remember the Maple City band so-
cliil at Hie Armory this Tuesday even
ing. Murray nnd Mnck will bo tho at
traction at tho Honcsdale Opera House
this (Tuesday) evening. They bring n
company of twenty-live people, and
will represent their famous success,
the hurrah comedy, "Flnncgan's 400."
Yesterday wns Rally Day nt the
Presbyterian Sunday school. The reg
ular class exorcises wore omitted. Miss
Mattle Colum read a paper on "Why
Children Should Attend .Sunday
School": Miss Edith Swift read a pa
per on "Why Older People Should At
tend Sunday School," nnd Mr. W. B.
Holmes, who at present Is tho oldest
teacher In the school, gave a very
Interesting talk on tho Bible as lliu
text book of the Sunday school.
Mrs. William H. Swift and daugh
ter, Miss Kate, will return tomor
row from a visit of two weeks at
Special (o the Scranton Tribune.
Susquehannu, Oct. 1. Tho advertised
game of ball, to be played In Beebo
park on Saturday afternoon, between
the Susquehanna and Great Bend clubs,
was postponed on account of the un
favorable weather. A game will prob
ably be played on Wednesday after
noon. John W. Osborn, of Blnghamton, is
In town today, on business.
By the will of the late George L.
Tiffany, esq., his widow will come Into
possession of his entire property, esti
mated at $20,000.
Charles Brown, of the Oakland sldo,
this morning caught two pike in the
river near Huldrldge's mill. The lurgest
weighed ten and one-fourth pounds.
The funeral of the late Edward Da
vis, of Oakland township, occurred this
morning from St. John's Catholic
church, where a requiem high muss
was celebrated, nterment was made
In Laurel Hill cemeter: .
The Oakland Congregational society
will erect a parsonage early in the
Mrs. Henry Mctzger, an esteemed
resident, died on Sunday. The funeral
will take place on Tuesday afternoon.
The Oakland Congregational society
Is preparing to erect an uplto-date edi
fice, with a seating capacity of three
hundred. The society is In a flourish
Several more merchants ihave joined
the early-closing movement.
The marriage of Harry Gilbert Pride
and Miss Lena Belle Eastabrook, es
timable Susquehanna young people,
will occur in the Presbyterian church
on Tuesday, October 9, Rev. David I.
Dr. H. P. McGrath, of Scranton, has
purchased the dental business and ef
fects of Dr. William R. Heskett. It is
said that Dr. Heskett will remove to
Canawacta chapter, No. 5, Order of
the Eastern Star-, last evening attended
the Presbyterian church in a body.
The Christian and Missionary alli
ance will hold an all-day meetine in
the Universallst church on Wednesday.
Blnghamton and Corning speakers are
Rev. David I. Sutherland preached
his farewell sermon last evening as
pastor of the Presbyterian church. The
excellent sermon was listened to with
deep interest by a very large congre
gation. The Erie on Sunday ran its last ex
cursion of the season from Blnghamton
Profs. Flood and Pierce, of Blngham
ton, opened a dancing school in Hogan
opera house this evening.
There was a Republican rally and
banner-raising at Stevens' Point on
Saturday. County Chairman Ralph B.
Little, of Montrose, delivered the ad
dress. Meetings will be held this week
as follows: Hallstead, Wednesday;
Sprlngville, Friday; Rush, Saturday.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Hopbottom, Oct. 1. Mrs. Will Betts,
of Scranton, is visiting her sister, Mrs.
M. J. Hettis.
Miss Elizabeth Bertch is visiting her
aunt, Mis. Ralph Case, at Alford.
A large part of the milk from this
section goes into the hands of the
Scranton Dairy Co, to-duv. For the
present they will haul it In wagons to
the La Plume condensary. Mr. Will
Fitzslmmons is looking after the milk
handled by the company here now.
Mr. Bert Bertholf was In town to
attend the meeting of tje school board
held on Thursday evening.
The board is making several changes
In the books to be used this year.
Mrs. Elzina Corey has added the
Improvement of a fine stone walk to
her place. For a town of Its size, Hop
bottom Is becoming well provided with
Tho Universallst Ladies' Aid will
meet with Mrs. Bert Bertholf Wednes
day, for tea.
It is probable that quite a num
ber from here will nttend the Y. P. C.
U. convention, which meets at Gib
son next Saturday nnd Sunday.
Wo understand that tho hotel owned
by Mr. Tenant and occupied by Mr.
Tlngley Is to be moved into a more
desirable location, just ubove the cross
ing. It will then be more convenient
for the traveling public to reach.
Dr. Schoonmaker, of New York, vis
ited at N. M. Finn's on Saturday.
Mrs. Finn, who has been HI for sev
eral weeks, Is convalescing, but very
Mr. Perry Chamberlain Is ill with ty
On account of the Illness of his wife,
Mr. Homans will discontinue for the
time his services us pastor, and with'
his wtfo will accompany his daughter
to her homo in Carbondale,
.Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Ariel, Pa., Oct. 1. Rev. Rawllngs, of
Wayniarl, preached in tho Union
Mr.JIovace BidwelJ, who has been at
Cortes, Jefferson county, Pa,, during
tho month of September, returned
homo )ast Saturday afternoon.
Mrs, Jones, of Salem, is spending a
few days with her son, Mr, Asa Jones,
Mr, and Mm. Clemens, of Scranton,
spent Sunday at tho home of Mr, and
Mrs. P. T, Howe.
Mr. Amy Polly and Mr, Charles Bid
well, both of this place, who have been
working at Scranton for the pust three
weeks returned home Sunday,
Mrs. Doud, of Now York city, Is
spending a few weeks at the homo of
Mr. and Mrs, Alvla Keyes, of this
Mrs. WInslow's Soothing Syrup
Has been used for over FIFTY YEARS by
il ths best remedy lor DIAltWIOEA. Sold by
DrutfsUU in every part of thev world. nQ ,ur,
tad ak for "Mra. wlmlow'n Soothln? Syrup,')
and take no other kind. Twenty-aye untj
WlllbU 'lECTIHNO. with I'lUIPKUT SUlX'ls
It SOOTHES the UHII.U. SOmsXS the GUU3
ALLAYS oil PAIN: CUltKS WIND COLICJ. nl
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Tunkhannoek, Oct. 1. With the an
roach of thu October term of the courts
of quarter sessions and of common
pleas, legal matteis begin to be more
lively. The quarter sessions open on
Monday, October 8, and the most im
portant case sot down for trial at that
time Is the homicide case In which
James Terry, of Falls township, is the
defendant. The crime for which Torry
will be tried was the murder of his
brother at White's Feny, some three
months ago. The killing was done
while both men weie more or less
under the iniluence of liquor and con
sequently quarrelsome. District Attor
ney Klnner will be assisted in the
prosecution by Asa S. Keeler, esq., and
tho defendant will be leprcsented by
James W. Piatt. The trial will occupy
most of tho week.
The court house here Is being wired
for electric lights this week, Paul Bill
ings & Sons having the contract. The
lights will bo in in time for use at the
October term of court in the court
rooms at least. The Presbyterian
church is also to be wired as soon as
possible, and several private parties
are also going on the line. Mr. Lewis,
of the firm of Hessel & Lewis, of
Wilkes-Barre, Is in town this week and
will wiie several houses while here.
Clarence I. Asheld, of this place,
leaves today for ISlmlra, where he will
Uike a course in the Elmira Business
John Townsend has moved his tailor
ing establishment from the rooms on
Wan en street to rooms over the Siek-
ler drug store on Tioga street.
Ex-Sheriff D. J. Sweet, of Townnda,
was in town today looking up evidence
in behalf of Mr. Edmlston, of Bradford
county, to be used at the hearing In
Seated and Unseated Lands
THE COMMISSIONERS OF LACKAWANNA COUNTY
Thursday, Cctobar 11, 1900, at 10 o'clock a. m.
Notice is hereby given in pursuance of the general Act of Assembly
of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, directing the mode of selling
Seated and Unseated Lands that have been in the possession of the
County Commissioners and remaining unredeemed for two years and
upwards, there will be exposed to public sale on the nth. day of
October A. D 1900 at 10 o'clock a. m. at the arbitration room in the
court house in the city of Scranton, the following properties unless the
same are redeemed previous to that time, to wit:
,. 1 Amt. of
Owner or Interest
Reputed Owner. Description of Property and Costs,
Smith and Wllllams.Jonathan Dllley, Jr., tract,,..., J 93 53
Elizabeth Branham tract (or
W, W. Mills ., Elizabeth Conrad) ; 23 9.
W. W. Mills...
I LEHIGH TOWNSHIP,
t 310 William J. Hurke... William Mllnor tract ,,,,. 41 B5
J 100 Itev. 15. Iwanaskl, ,, James nurnsttlo tract ,,,.,,,,,, 1533
6 200 D.W.Powell , John Reese tract , 22 15
ROARING BROOK TOWNSHIP,
7 23 W,. W. Mills, ...,.,,,E. Guise tract $ j.5 j3
I SPRING BROOK TOWNSHIP.
8 012 John C. (or Jacob
Phelps Thomas Dundas tract J 112 as
John II. Jenkins.. ,,Jorem!ah Parker tract , 63 20
A. B. Dunning, Jr,.., Thomas Dundas tract ,.,,,,,,.. ji2 OS
C. S. Stark.,. ........ Jacob Presstngor tract ,.,,.,,, 133 42
Theodore Shultz ,.,.Rhoda Holcomb tract ..,,,,,..,. 4333
Stark Estate ,,H. Butcher tract ,,,,, HI 51
WINTON BOROUGH V
14 449 "W. Wt Mills ,,,!(John Stel.lteer tract , 487 64
ARCHBALD BOROUGH. ,N
1 lot.l house Michael Oboskey .,,
llot.l house John Roteskey ,,.,,
1 lot,l house George Noycott ....
1 lot.l house Stanlck Kunrla .,,.
1 lot.l house Michael Jontoskev..
Think of the most popular woman
you know. Why is she liked ? Is
it because of her wonderful beauty ?
Isn't it jolly good nature, affection
ate kindness, and a wholesome,
hearty health that make all hearts
turn to her?
A well woman must be a happy
woman and a happy woman never
lacks admirers. Alt women who
would have '
must take Pc-ru-na. This is a
tonic which acts directly upon the
sensitive membrane which lines the
entire body. Think a minute.
This delicate skin lines the lungs,
the throat, the head, the stomach,
the liver, the bladder, the kidneys
and the pelvic organs. Suppose it
becomes inflamed. You're sick and
you don't know what it is nothing
but inflammation or catarrh of the
Pe-ru-na does not disappoint. It
has cured more women of so-called
"womanly weakness" than may b?
'counted, simply because it went
right to the spot. So long as you
take the wrong medicine you can
not expect to be well. Take Pe-ru-na
just give it an honest trial and
you'll get well, no matter where the
tho matter of the senatorial nomina
tion for this district, which will be
heaid before Judge Weiss, of Dauphin
county, on Friday next.
Associated Judges Bardwell and
Vaughn held a short session of court
on Saturday afternoon for the purpose
of transfeiring tho license of the Shook
house, of Centermoreland, from Jacob
Shook, the ptescnt occupant of the
house, to Jacob Learch, who conies
there from Nanticoke.
The AVllson & Barlow minstrel troupo
showed to a fair house at Piatt's opera
house on Saturday evening.
The long drought which this vicinity
has been experiencing for the past
three or four months was effectively
broken on Satutdav, when about five
hours of good, hard rain fell. This
(Monday) morning we had another two
hours' rain and in consequence the
streets are muddy for the flrst time in
The senatorial contest at Hnrrisburg
on Friday next will take quite a dele
gation from this place to the state
capital. The old-time politicians will
have to go down to tell how the thing
used to be done and the younger gen
eration will be there to show how It is
There is more Catnirh in this section of the
country than all other diseases put together, and
until the List few jc.u-s vas supposed lo be
il.unaljc. For a stro.lL man.v jears (looters pro.
noiincpJ It a local disease, and prescribed local
umedirs, and by lonstantly failing tj cue with
loial ti raiment, pronounced it iucui.iiilc. Sci
ence his proen citanh to be a (Constitutional
di-case, anil therefore requires constitutional
tic.itUK'Ut. Hill's Citanh Cure, manufactured
by P. J. Cheney k Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only
cTistilutloTi.il euro on the market. It is UUn
internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoon
ful. It acts directly on the blood a'id mucous
Mirfaus of tho system. They oUtr one hundred
doll.us for any iase it Tails to cure. Send for
circulars und testimonials. Address,
1". J. (IlKNi:Y ,V CO.. Toledo, O.
Sold liv Dniifnists, 75'.
Hall's Family Pills aro the best. '
.Robert- Irvlns tract
First ward ..,., , ,,..$ 13V18
First ward ,, is 20
First ward ..,.....,....,.., 1776
First ward ,,, ,..,.,..,.. 10 61
No. of Acres.
20 10 acres
Reputed Owner. Description of Property
Louisa McMillan . . Third ward, Scott road .
Owner unknown .... Hcnjamln Shove tract .,.,
Owner unknown .....Tcsso Shovo tract
23 465 acres
James Archbald ....
O. A. Bnlrd
John J. Cap well
Howell and Jones...
Mary A. Larney
Henry Messenger ...
owner unknown ..,.
Owner unknown ....
H. N. Patrick
W. F. Stlfan
cs Scranton Vitrified
Scranton Tile Co....
C. J. Wllber
James B. Watson...
96 7-10 acr
DICKSON CITY BOROUGH.
Walter Burden Second ward .
John Duggan, Sr.... First ward ...
William R. Davis... First ward ...
Amon Flnkus Third ward ..
William Hoffman ...Third ward ..
Pat Kelly Third ward ..
1 lot, 1 barn
Andrew Kamiskl ...Second ward .
Evan Lewis Third ward ..
William Lewis Third ward ..
Joe Mlklo Third ward ..
Thomas Patterson.. Second wtujd .
Thomas Rogers First war" . . .
Enoch Thomas Third ward ...
Stanislaus Zaryhtar.Third ward ...
Mike Jenocl Warren tract, lots' 4392-03-99 ..
John Brown Vandllng, lot 74
D. V. Buck Warren tract
Edwin Burnett Warren tract
Anthony Barber ....AVorren tract
J. H. Curran Warren tract
Hlndle Crandle Warren tract, lots 117-118
Pat Dovannay Vandllng, lot 102
George Davis Warren tract, lot 103
Thomas Davis Warren tract, lot 30
Patrick Dunn Warren tract
Harriet Dart Rlchmondale, adjoining Cohen
Elk Davis Co Warren tract
Mike Dudilk Warren tract
Philip Fives Vandllng
Charles Higglns ....Warren tract, lots 155-166
Henry Horton Warren tract, lot 160
Pat Higglns Vnndllng. lots 21-22
A. L. Kines Warren tract, lot 41
John Harris Vandllng, lot 29
James Krlzka Warren tract, lot 124
David Jones Warren tract, lot 34
David Granaway ....Warren tract, lot 10
Charles Grlswald ...Warren tract, lot 99
John Hendler Warren tract, lot3 4-3-12
R. W. Jones Warren tract
Philip Mears Warren tract 'i
Thomas Mullen Warren tract, lot 86
J. L. Morgan Warren tract, lot 96
A. D. Owens Warren tract, lots 153-154
Edward Owens Warren tract, lot 50
Eliza Owens Warren tract, lot 52
James Pallce Warren tract, lot 29
Mrs. A. J. Reed Warren tract, lot 62 ,...;
H. H. Ruas Warren tract, lot 21 ...I
G. Shuas Warren tract, lot 127
Anthony Thornton.. Warren tract, lot 4
Thomas Dutler Warren tract, lot 149
Philip Thomas Warren tract, lot 33
John and E Williams Warren tract, lot 106
David White Warren tract, lot 125
78 41 acres
1 lot.l house Kate Houston
5 lots, 2 shops Phoenix Casket Co.
110 acres Fremont Ferris J. Dllly, Jr., tract $ 3167
Ill 113 acres William Springer
James J. Lof tus
C. D. Daniels
Anna May Frederick
Maurice Walsh Jolin SKyron iracit
OLD FORGE TOWNSHIP.
Seog and Rice Austin Heights
James Brown Hill street, Fourth ward $
Stephen Harvey ....Dunmore street, Fourth ward..
David Jenkins Hill street, Fourth ward
Mrs. Ann Reese Hill stieet, Fourth ward
116 1 lot
Mrs. A. W. Brown..
Henry T. Bell
Charles E. Bond
Kate Dank worth ...
Norma n Hannon ....
C. S. Kramer
John M. Olive
Turner nnd Hill
Alexnnder Tltman ..
David J. Thomas....
Samuel E. Waeck-
1 lot S. S. Mills
1 lot.l house John Schriskla
2 lots Amlson Vesters
1 lot John Bowans
1 lot.l house,
outhouse Charles D. Covlck
llot.l house Martin Ferrlm
llot.l house Mytok Farmlnsky
1 lot.l house Joe Godlnsky
a houses John Matldls
1 lot.l houso Joseph Matlbosl
1 lot.l house John Pedrlck ,
1 lot Andrew Slnetch
1 lot.l houso Joseph Wilder
1 lot uiemenia ouyi
Thomas and Jennie
Baco First ward, Race street, Lot 18,
' ' block 23' $
P, J, Cavanaugh Second ward, Breaker street,
lot 9, block 17 ,., ,,
T, F, Renman,..,..,. Second ward, Breaker street, lot
23, block 2 ,
Michael Flood ...... Third ward, Iron street, lot,
block 35 ..,,.,,,,.,,,
,Ann Leach ,,,,, Third ward, Iron street, lot,
154 1 lot
llot.l house Catharine McHugh.. Third ward, lot C, block 3
l lot Jennie Sant ,..,,.,, .Fourth ward, Price street, lot 19,
' block 20 ,...,....
1 lot M. B. May Fifth ward, Luzerne street, lot
12, block 30
llot.l houso Michael O'Nell est.. Fifth ward, Von Buren avenue,
. lot 3, block 45 , ,
1 lot "Richard Halllgan ,,. Thirteenth ward, Capouso avo-
nue, lot 39, block 19;,,,
Slots John J. Walsh,,,,,, .Thirteenth ward. Ryson street;
nlots 8-9, 4-5, block 29
Attest: W, G, DANIELS. Clerk.
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Sixth ward, Madison nvcnuo ..$
Sixth ward, Madison avenue ..
Fifth ward, Bunker Hill
Sixth word, Webster avenue ..
Sixth wnrd, Qulncy nvcnuo ....
Sixth ward, Fifteenth Rtreot .
Sixth ward, Qulncy nvcnuo ...
Second ward, Drinker street ...
Third ward, Fourth street ....
Third ward, Prpscolt avenue ..
Sixth ward, Madison avenue ..
Fourth ward, Drinker street ..
Sixth ward, Adams avenue lotM
10, 11, 12, 14, 16, I and 18 ....
Sixth ward, Adams avenue ....
Sixth ward, Monroe nvcnuo ...
Sixth ward, Pino street
First ward, Sherwood avenue ..
Sixth wnrd, Rlggs street
First ward, Throop street ....
Third word, Blakoly street ....
Third ward. Blnkely street ....
Sixth ward, Monroe avenue,
block 247, lots 1, 2
Third word, C street, Jermyn.. $
Third ward, D street, Jermyn..
.Part of William Ball, Black
Hall. John Brown and Wil
liam Wright, surface and
coal $2518 84
TOWNSHIP. ,' J
Eastern part of South Ablngton.
Plot 61 (Patk and Paul)
Lot 491, Summit Park
Part of 395-396, Summit Park...
Lot 119, annex to Summit Park.
Lot 304, annex to Summit Park.
Lot 18, annex to Summit -Park,.
Lot 220, annex to Summit Park.
Lot 623, annex to Summit Park.
Lot 68, annex to Summit Park..
Lot 115, annex to Summit Park.
Lot 312, annex to Summit Park.
Lot 609, annex to Summit Park.
Lot 202, annex to Summit Park.
Lot 131, annex to sumrau i-arK.
Lot 140, annex to Summit Park:
Lot 173, annex to Summit Park.
Lots 5S6-587, annex to Summit
B. H. Throop tract J
J, COURIER MORRIS,
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