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THE SCKANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1901.
NORTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA CHUECH RE-DEDICATED. The Methodist House of Worship nt Hawiey Consecrated Anew. Epfclal to tin Scranton Tribune. Hnwley, Jan. 1. The old Hnwley Methodist Kplscopul ehuich which has been a lundmark and such a blessing to this place for over fifty years, wns fominlly redodlcnted Sunday. The ex tensive repairs nnd iilteiationa which have been going on for the past two nnd a half months have chunged the old landmark fiom Its turtle appear uuce to n beautiful modem twentieth century structure, second to none In the HoncHdalo dlstiict. The untlrlnff eltorts of the. hustling pastor, the Itev. H. C. Slmpklns. w'th the henry co-oper-ntlon of the olllclal board, and congre gation bi ought nbout this change in so quiet and satisfactory a manner as to appear seemingly by magic. When It was nnnounced nt the morning sor- ' vice that the full debt was provided for Jt certulnly was u pleasing surprise as the tliiio-stnlned custom of building a church nnd paying for It by eloquent nppenls fimn. high otllclals was nban tlonod. The llev. J. T. Winner, pie. siding elder1, pieslded at both moinlng nnd evening services. He was assisted by the pastor and the venerable Bev. .T. V. Newell, a former pastor: ltev. J. 1'. Crane, of thu Piesbyterlan, and the llev. C. M. Mlnoh, of Chester, Pa., foimer pastor of the Baptist ehuich. The elder delivered two masterly sot mons to veiy large and Interested nu illences, but the climax was reached when tlio Keystone double quartette, of Peckvllle, Pa., composed of the Messis. G. 13. Shay, director; H. A. nnd Wllllnm Fienr, Thomus Llewellyn, James Cownns, John TItlcy, Stanley F.ynns, Mellaril Carvolth nnd K. Llew elryn, organist. This quaitette's par ticipation was due principally to their friendship townid their former pastor, the Itev. Mr, Slmpklns. They gave a delightful song service prior to the evening sermon, their chords und pa thos was beautiful nnd their songs seemed to stir the souls of the audience nnd lift them up and heaven seemed to open with reciprocated praise. The rogulnr choir also rondoied some veiy beautiful anthems nnd on a whole the complete exciclses was a success fiom even standpoint. The olllclal board deslies to give a public vote of thanks to the Keystone quartette and all other participants In this completely successful programme. HOISESDALE. Spensl t6 the Scranton Tribune. Honesdale, Jan. 1. A beautiful day for the llrst In the new century. Ninety-eight tickets weie sold at the union station for the lOrle excursion to New Yoik yesteiday. As the nineteenth century parsed out the booming of cannon, llnulng of bells and steam whistles filled the Honesdale valley with n deafening noise that made the hillside tremble. As a welcome to the twentieth cen tury the whole community was aroused tts necr befoio and a watch meeting hcld In every house. Last night tin a gentleman was go ing to his home up town, while the whistles weio sounding their loudest, ho met a business man running down Wvst stieet, gasping for breath, ask ing wheic the fire was. "What file?" said the gentleman. "Don't you hear the Hi e gong blow Ing?" said he. Upon being Infoimed that It was In honor of the twentieth century, he said words not often seen In print, censuring the town council. As he returned to his home he resolied to do so no more. The Central theutia was the scene of a happy ciowd of young people last night, who danced from the nine teenth to the twentieth century, the occasion being a masquerade given by Miss Florence Suydam Rnd -Mr. Char . les Dorlllnger. Abiut forty masked couples were present, some In goige ous robes and somo otherwise, lepre sentlng all nations, even the little Ger man band. The hall was tastefully arranged with scieens and evergreens. A large number of spectatois weie present to participate in the enjoy- ment. The music was furnished by Freeman's orchestra. Dodge Brothers wero the catereis. Among the out-of-town guesta wero Miss Sarah Burr and Mr. Silas McMullen, of Cnrbondnle; Mr. Dow and Miss Susie Walte, of Scranton; Mr. Stephen Day nnd Mr. Howard Chandler, of Orange, X. j.; Thomas Ham, of Buffalo, N. Y. SUSQUEHANNA. Ppeclal to the Scranlon Tribune. Susquehanna, Jan. L Tho annual ball of the Erie Hose company, No. 1, held in Hogan Opera House last even ing, was largely attended, and a very ( pleasant social event. Doran's or chestra furnished excellent music for ' tho occasion. The Erlo shops are closed today. It Is said that the Erie Ttallroad company will pay $700 toward sewer ing the streets of this borough. Tho funeral of the late William (Bice) Kavanaugh was attended this afternoon from the family residence, on East Main street, Itev. Charles Henry New Ing, pastor of tluk,Metho dlet Episcopal ehuich, ofllclatlng. The remains will be tnken to Bochester, i N. Y., on Wednesday morning for t,er vlces and Interment. Tho condition of Colonel William II. Heiford, who has been sei Jointly 111 for several months, Is not improved. A largely-attended midnight mass was held last night In St. John h Catholic- church. The Transcript was not Issued today. Mr. nnd Mrs. Clarencu E. Titswoith last evening entertained tho Men's - club, of Christ Episcopal church, In ' the Sunday sehopl loom of the chinch, The Susquehanna, Oakland nnd ' Lancsboro Methodist chuiches united In a Twentieth century watch nlfclu service last night In the Susquehannai Methodist church. It was latgely ut- . tended and very Interesting. It Is probablo that Bev. Edward 5 Bellly, of Mansfield, Pa., will be called to tho pastorato of tho Susquehnnna Presbyterian ehuich. Ho occupied the pulpit on Sunday Vast nnd made a very fnvorablo impression. , Waseca council, Drtughtcra of Poco hontas, this afternoon attended the fu neral of the late Wllllomi C. (Blco) Khvanaufih. 1 Tho Combination Social club will en tertain their lady friends with a social hop. to be held In Hogan Opera House on Tlifsdny evening. . , Messrs. B. H, Hall and Thomas H. Lannlng uio In Harrlsburg, t the Baptist parsonage last even- Ing, the Young People's society lield a social, followed by a piayer seivlce, continuing until the Twentieth cen tuiy. John U. McMnhon. of Erie avenue, Is recovotlng from his recent Illness. Congiessmun C. Fred Wright Ih In Hnrrlsburg, witnessing the opening of the Legislature. The Susquehanna Athletic club will hold nn nnnlvoisaiy reception In .Ho Kin Opern House, Jan. SO. "A Homespun Henit" Is the Opera House attraction for January U. Mrs. Frances Longford, an old nnd respected resident, dld on Sunday morning nt the residence of u daugh ter, Mrs. William Ives, on Prospect street. nged SI years. She Is survived by bIx chlldic, Mcssts. William H., Edward, Fioderlck tuid Charles LntiK. foul, and Mis. Frank Sklllman and jt,s William Ives. The funeral will tnke place fiom the family residence ut 2 o'clock on Wednesday after- noon, Ilnv. J. u Williams, pastor or th Baptist church, olllclatlng. Homer, son of Mr. nnd Mis. Har vey Blgart, of Thompson township, Is suffering aberration of mind. Itecently he become violent, and, tit the In stance of his pnient", was arrested In this place on Monday and placed 'In the borough lockup. After a medical examination, ho will piobably be sent to tho state asylum for tho Insane, nt Danville. Ho Is about 23 years old and uninatrlcd. NEW ffllLFORD. Special to IIjc Scranton Tribune, New Mllford, Jan. 1. The annual meeting of the Presbyteilan church and society, which was to have been hold on Jan. 7, has been postponed until Jan, 14. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Fanchur, of Scinnton, are guests it the home of Albert Blsley. Miss Jennie Bojle returned fiom Carbondnle Inst evening, after n few days' visit with lel.atlvejs In that place. E. W. Moig.ui Is eiitei tulnlng his f i lend, Archie Stratton, of Scranton. Miss Mae Bojle will visit friend in Wllkes-Barr'1 this week. Leon Mill , of Klngsley. Is spend lug a week iilth his patents, Mr. and Mis. H. M let. Willie Travis, of Blnghamton, Is u guest of his uncle, L. M. Bradley. Mrs. Laura Badger visited fi lends and lelatlves In Scranton leeently. Miss Zua McConncll will leave Wed nesday for Stroudsburg, wheio she will attend school the test of tho win ter. Mr. and Mrs. Chailcs Tucker nra guests of Blnghntnton loltitlves this week. The Ladles' Woiking Guild will meet at the home of Mis. C. S. Vail on Thuisday at 2.30 o'clock, to elect new otllcers for the coming year. Miss Bachel Bi lindane gave a party to n nnmbei of her friends New Ye.ii's eve. Miss Sadie Quhiii Ik. spending the winter with her aunt, Mi a J. Golden, at Cohocton. Miss May Bose Is In Gieat Bend a few days this week. Bev. and Mrs. B. N. Ives ate at Corbetsvllle. visiting relatives. Bev. I. D. Mallerv has been quttJ 111 the past wek. Mrs. E. M. Wall Is recoveiing from a recent Illness. Mrs. Aco Luce is enteitnlnlng her bister, Miss Maud Travis, of Upson . Ille. Miss Beua McConncll, of Hniford, Is cailng for her aunt, Mrs. J. C. Mc Connell, who has been suffering' with a severe attack of congestion of the lung". HALLSTEAD. Special to tlio hcranton Tribune Hallstead, Jan. 1. It Is said that Mr. and Mrs. George Ward and family will In the spring remove to Buffalo, where Mr. Ward has secured a responsible position. They nie well liked and popu lar hero and the people l egret their going awny. Miss Minnie Smith spent Clnlstims with her mother In Scranton. Misses Genevieve and Loietta Mc Cormaclc, students at a prominent Scranton school, spent their holiday vacation with their patents, Mr. and Mrs. C. T. McCoimack, here. N. T. Mitchell wus last week leport ed to have had a relapse In health. Ho Is Htlll visiting at the old homestead in Wayne county. Mr. nnd Mis. F. H. Belden and chll dicn returned last Filday fiom visit ing relatives In Cortland. Joseph Hays leturned Monday tiom visiting lelatlves at Scinnton. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Chichester Init Saturday moved to Blnghnmton, vvheio they will leslde in the future. Mr. Chichester has recently been promoted to a brakeman on a passenger tr.Wn on the Lackawanna. They will ba much missed from Hallstead. John Hnys Is In Scranton, the guerit or bis uncle. Mrs. A. G. Sneak and daughter, Maiv ami Louise, weie bote to SDenti Sunday ns the guests of lelatlves. Janlus Young and biother, of Milan illle, weie In town last week, looking after tho Intetests of the Homer Young estate. Miss Ellen O'Neill spent New Year's day as the guest of Scranton lelative.t. Thieves made a haul at Summeis vllle, about tlnee miles above Hall stead, Saturday night. Tho proprietor of the cieameiy at Summersvllle had a large, fut pig In a pen near tho eteumery. The thieves stole the pig, butchered nnd dressed it and enrted It to Susquehanna, wheie they sold It to a local butcher early Sunday morning. The thieves have been traced and tho at i est of several well-known fnnneis Is expected to follow. The giand juiy Is In session nt Mont lose this week. Dr. I. B. Schoonmuker, n well-known and expeilenced physician, of Provi dence, B. I., has put chased the good will and olllce fixtures of Dr. C. N. Van Ness and will commence practice here Immediately. Tho letlrement of Dr. A'nn Ness Is viewed with sorrow by his f i lends. A meeting of the citizens of Hall stead hus been called for Thursday evening in the Young Men's Christian association hall. Tho object of the meeting Ih to oppose the fopening of new saloons In Hallstead. Bepalrs nnd Improvements aro be ing made on the property occupied by Mr. and Mis. John Tyler. While he was driving a team of horses upon the river, scraping snow from the Ice, last Hntuiday, H. H. B. A SOUR STOMACH Is Often tho Real Cause of a Sour Tompor. That the condition of the dlgcstlvo organs has a marked effect upon the character or disposition Is a truUm na old ns the hills. Old Ben Johnson wisely Fald "tho pleasure of living de pends upon tho liver" nnd It la n. fact which none mny dispute that a sunny disposition more often results from n healthy digestion than from any other cause. Acid dyspepsia, commonly called sour stomnch or heartburn, Is caused by slow digestion of food: Instead of being piomptly digested and converted Into blood, bono nnd muscle, It lies In the stomach for hours, fermenting nnd decaying, creating gases which cause piessuio on the lungs nnd heart, shoit bicnth and general dlscomfott nnd Ir l ltatlon. Such hnlf digested food Is Indent poor nourishment for the body, brain and nerves nnd the result Is shown lit lirltable tempers, unnccountablu headaches and that depiesslng condi tion called tho "blues" but how quick ly all these disappear when nppctlto nnd dlgsetlon niu lestoied. Laxative medicines only lnltate the already Irritated stomach and bowels nnd have no effect upon nrtunl diges tion of food. The sensible touise to follow Is to make uo of simple natuial digestive like Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets after meals until the stomach has u chance to recuperate. The natural digestives which every healthy stomach contains uie pop tones, diastase nnd Hydiochlotic and lactic acids, nnd when any of them nre laclnkg the trouble begins; the icason Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets nre so valuable and successful In curing stomach troubles Is because they con tain, In a pleasant concentrated tablet form till these absolutely necessary essentials for perfect digestion and as similation of food. Heniy Klikpntilck, of Lnwionce, Miisf., sajs: "Men and women whoo occupation precludes an active out door life should make It a dally practice- to use Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets nfter ineiil, 1 have done so myelf and I know positively that I owe my pies cut health and vigor to their daily use. "Fiom the time I was 2J, when T Kudiiatod fiom school with broken health fiom overwoik. until 1 was '!1, I scarcely knew what It was to 1 free fiom stomach weakness; I hill no appetite whatever for breakfast and eiy little for any other meal. 1 hud acidity and henrlbuin ucnrly every da and xonietlmes w.is al.umed by Iricgularlty nnd palpitation of the heart, but all this giadually dtsap pouud nttr I began using Stuart' Dyspepsia Tablets and I can eat my meals with lellsh nnd atlfactlon which T hud not known since I was a glowing boy " The mcess and populailty of Stu ut's dspepsli Tablets Is enoimou, but It Is dceived, and eveiy diugglst In the I'lilted States, Canada and Client Rittnln lui3 a good woid for this met Itoi Inns piepaiatlou. Boosa was stuitled ut having bis team break through. The horses wers In the water foity minutes. One of the horses, In older to save Its life, had to be choked so that It would rle 1o tho surface of tho water. Whui the horse had been strangled by n lope mound Its neak It lose to the suifueo and was easily floated out upon solid lee. Miss Carile Sumnleiton, of Blng hnmton, spent the Chilstmas vacation nt her home lieie. Misses Sarah and Jennie Watklns leturned home Monday fiom a visit with fi lends at F.ictoiy vllle. Miss Bessie Marsh, of Blnghamton, last week visited her ginndpnrents.'Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Lowe, of this place. Mrs. M. S. Lowe was visiting her laughteis In Blnghamton New Year's day. Jeiome Slo.it Is hnpiovlug his house on DuBols street by building on a handsome poich. Charles Connots, of Blnghamton, an employe of a Blnghamton chair fac tory, Is home to spend a bilef vaca tion. Mr. raid Mis. John Crook will move Into the house occupied by Mr. nnd Mrs. Samuel Hall as .soon as the lat ter family moves to Scranton. HOPBOTTOM. Special to the Saantnn Iribune. Honbottom, Jnn. 1. Mis. O. M'. Simpler Is quite ill at piesent. Dr. D. C. Ainey, of New Mllfmd, Is attending; her. MKs Cnndace Blown te tinned todav to Contest Ille, Pa., nfter spending .i shoit vacation at her home heie. Bev. O. It. Beuulsley, of Scianton, wns a visitor In town Sunday evening, and assisted the pastor In tho sei vices .it the Vntveisallst church. Bev. Mr. Beurdsley was for seveial years pas tor of this chinch, and his face Is al ways u welcome one to all who know him. Miss Inola Dunbar, of New Yoik. who has been visiting filends In town for the past week, leturned home to day. Mis. Wllllum Ci anthill has been suf fering severely for a week past fiom nn Injuiy to her knee. She Is lmpiov Ing, although not yet able to walk. M. J. Hartley was In Monti oo on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. "W. K. Brown nnd Mr. nnd Mis. Delbeit AVilght were visitors in Scianton on Filday last. The settlement of the dltllculty be tween the Scranton Dairy company and milk producers Is still the subject of much Interest and comment. The checks for November milk were deliv ered through Lawyer Davis, attorney for the milk producers, on Saturday, but as some aie not willing to sign tho agreement telcaslng the company fiom the fulfillment of their conttacb ex tending to April 1, this prevents the checks from passing Into the hands of their rightful owneis. Tho fanners are holding meetings almost dally. Just at present, nnd It la hoped a satisfactory adjustment of the matter will soon b? leached. Brooklyn's Huge Hotel. 11) r.uhuha Wire from The Associated I'reiw IliOuLijn, Jan. 1. Ciouncl was biokeii today on the blret hotel In tho world, at the corner of Clark and Willow streets. It will cost f.'.WO.OOO, bo twenty-three stories hluli und con. tiln 250 families. Jatmu llnlln will bo man. ucsr. It will front IPO feet on Claik street and 200 feet on Willow ticet. Mrs. Winslow'a Soothing Syrup His ln used for oier FlFfY i i:lts hy MILLIONS of MOrilEltS lor their CIIIUHIFN WIIILK TFCTIIIKO, with 1'FKFLOT SUCCI.SS It hOOTlltS the CHILD, BOFILWS tho UUMS ALLAYS all PAIS; C'JIIKS UIM) COUO, ami Is tho best remedy for 1)1 VltKIIOKV. Sold by Drueelsts In eiery part of the world. Bo sure and ask for "Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothlnif t-)rup," and tske no other kind. Twenty fit (M1U a bottle. FOREST CITY. Special to the Scranton Tribune. Forest City, Jan, 1. Edam Frederlc 8.011, of Susquehanna, was a visitor In town Monday, F. B. Carpenter, esq., has moved his ofllce from the Brown building to handsome quarters In the new Ellis block, A. J. Lowrle, was In New Yorlt tho early part of tho week. Alfred Davla and Joseph Mayers aro In New York city. A masquerade ball was held In the Davis opera house this evening, which was largely attended nnd n success In every particular. The costumes were furnished by Dorn, of Honesdale, and the usual motley collcptlon of eighteenth and nineteenth century per sonoges wns added to by young peo ple who exploited their Ideas of what will be the mode of fashion In tho contuiy ahead of us. Tho young men who conducted thu affair came out considerably ahead financially. The midnight New Yeai's services at St. Agnes, Christ and tho M. E. chuiches wore all laigely attended. A laigc number of people attended the play, "Jack and the Bcanrtnlk," at the Caibondale opeta house last night, land other delegations went to thu matinee und evening performnncss at the same place today. F. M. Gardner, esq., bus gone to Montrose to spend New Year's. The check welghmen begin their duties tomonow. Scranton Board of Trade Exchange Quotations All Quotations Based on Par of 100. STOCKS. Hid. Aikcil. I'h si N'.itli'nal Hank mi ,,, S.Htitou MUniri II ink ajo 'llilnl Nation d llmk ivi 1)1 mi' Deposit and Discount Dank., jjm ,,, Pconomv l.lcht. II. & 1'. Co j,i backa. Tnwt jfc Dcpolt Co. .., Clark A. Snovrr Co, JT , hcranton Iron Fence t Sltg. Co. . Scranton Axle Worki , Lackawanna Hilr Co, I'r , County SailiiKS Unk A: T nut Co l'lrjt National Bank (Carbomlalc) Miindanl DilUInc Co Trailers' National Hani. Viantoii Dolt arJ Nut Co 1W ino ... Vj :o HON US. 'ennton i'auiBfr l'.illwj), first MortRJge, tluc l'CO 11 j I'cople'd bticct Uilli), IVrft mort- Cjav, dm- 1918 113 lVcple'n Stuct ltalluaj, Otncnl niortgai-, ilnc 1W1 Ill Dickson .Manufacturing Cu Laclu, TownMiip Scliool 5 per enr. ... tit j o( cranton 't Imp o pr cent .. Scranton Traction C per unt in 10(1 lft! 10-J Scinnton Wholesale IMaikct. (Corrected by II 0. Jlc. 27 Lackawanna Ave ) lluttcr Creamer, 2la3c. 1 KB' Select wrtrni, 21c ; nearby state, 31c. I liecM1 Full cream, new, 12c. Hcnn Per bu , choice nniiuw, $2 50. Onlona Cuj. per bu. 1 lout- Unit pttcnt, 4 L0. Deafness Cannot Be Cured ! local application.. a tlnj tntuiot reach the diseased pottlun ot Ihe eu. Ihirc U only one? a to mre tlrilnc, ind tint ! by contltu tloml icmedlci- Dralncv. , lamcd'b; an In ILuiii d lomlltiim o( the inuooin lining u( the lilMl'hlHI Tubf Uhlll thU tube it lilfl lined ion bate J itimhUmr toiiinl in iinimfpit hiarlin;, and when it U cnthelj clni-d, IHafnes l thi n suit, nnd unliii the Inll.nnniJtlon can bu takui uut and this tubi retoid to ita normal condi tion, hearing will be dctrojed foietcr, nine r.ics out ot ten arc utcil bv Cataiih, whlclt i notliinR bul an intlanitd londltlnn of the lninoai surface" We will tibf" One Hundred Dollari for any case of Deifnes (caiwd by catarib) that tatuiot bu cund by II ill' Catarrh Cute Semi for rircuhin, fice F 1. CIIKNKV fctti, Toledo, O ."old bv Dnurffi'.tti, "JC. Unll Famllj 1'ilU -ire tho btst " SHERIFF'S SALES. UIIEItlKF'S KAI.hS OF Valuable Real Estate -ON rmUAV, JANl'ABY 11, lrK)l By virtue of sundry writs of rierl Ta clas, Lev nil Facias and Venditioni Ex ponas. Issued out of tho Coutt of Com mon Pleas of Lackawanna County, to mo tlliected, I will expose to public sale by vendue or outcry, to the highest and best bidder, for cash, at the Court House, In tho City of Scranton, Lnckawanni Coun ty, on FHTDAY. the KL-BVBNTH DAY OF JANl'AUY, A. D. JMH. ul 10 o'clock In the fcrcnoon of said Say, all tho light, title and Interest of tho defendants In and to the following described lots, pieces or parcels of land, viz: No. 1. All tho right, tile nnd Intciest of the defendant, Cathatlno Hj land, In and to all that certain lot or parcel of land tltudto la the liorougli of Mayvlllo (now Maj field). County of Luckuvvaiina and Stats of Pennsylvania, nnd bounded and described ns follows: Being Lot No. 32 in niccls No. 3 on tho property ot tho Hill, btdo Coal and Iron company In the said Borough of Mui vllle (now Mui field), as described nnd designated In tho survey of tho tamo accompanied by a map thereof, being In front sixty (Co) feet, la rear sixty (CO) fe?t nnd ono hundred and fifty (100) feet deen, bounded on th-s south by Lackawanna avenue, on the west by Lot No 11, on the noith by hind belonging to tho Hillside Coal and Iron company and on tho cast by Lot No, 13. Coal and minerals excepted nnd reserved. All Improved with two two stoiy frame dwelling houses and out' buildings. Seized nnd taken In execution at the suit of 'William It. Lewis vs. Catherine 11 land. Debt, $300 Judgment No 2S3, May Toim, l'PS FI. fa, to Jnnuaiy Term. 1901. H. L TAYLOH, Atl'y ALSO No. 2. All the light, title and Intel est of tho defendant's, P. J Timlin nnd M. L. Langan, In and to nil that certain lot, pleco or parcel of land cltuate, lying una being In tho Borough of Duumoic. County of Lackawanna, nnd State of Pennsyl vania, bounded nnd described ns follows: Beginning at a corner on JackBon (now Tailor) avenue; thence noithwcKt nlonp I'hlllp Coftmnn'a lot ono hundred nnd fiftv (1W) feet to an alley: thence south west ono hundred (100) feet to Patilck Bnnett's lot: thence southeast along tuld Patrick Bnnett's lot ono hundred and fifty (ICO) feot to said Jackson (now Tny. lor) avenue; thence northeast along said Jnckson (now Taylor) avenue ono hun dred (100) feet to tho place ot beginning. Containing about onchulf of nn acre, bo the fsume moro or less. Coal und mineral excepted nnd reserved. All Im proved with ono two-story double frame dwelling houso and one two-story frumo single dwelling house, and outbuildings tbeicon. Seized and taken In execution at the suit of Michael Hunulck vs. P. J. Timlin. Debt, S300. Judgment No, C7. March Teim. 1S88. Plurlcs fl. fa. to Jan uuiy Term, 1W1. TAYLOB & LBW1S, - Att'js. ALSO No. 3. All the light, title and Inteiest of the defendants, Mary T. Beyuolds and Fred Bojnolds, la and to nil that cer tain lot or paicel or land situate, lying and being In the Township of Lackawan na, County of Lackawanna and State of Pennsylvania, designated and described ns follows, to wit: Being Lot No. 10 In Block No. 3. upon tho southerly sldo of Stratfoid nvenuu; said lot being forty (40) Rot In front on said Stratford ave nue and ono hundred lorty-slx U16) feet deep, moro or less, to a court for public use, fourteon (14) feot wide; said lot b. Ing rectangular In shape, ns designated nnd laid out on tho plot or map of tlio said "The Keystono Land Company," which map Is of record In tho proper of. flee for the recoidlng of deeds, oto., in and for tho said County of Lackawanna, In Deed Book No. Ill, pngo :t,Z. Ini jnovrd with n two-story frnmo dwelling house nnd outbuildings theieon. Seized and taken In execution at tho suit of Henry 'VV. Nntthup vs. Mury SHERIFF'S SALES. niinsn'tMs'(iNNis'l1NsW('i'isN'a T. Beynold and Fred Boynolds. Debt, J2.D07 2O. Judgment No. 122. January Term, 1901, FL fn, to January Term. 1901, C'AlU'BNTEn, Att'y. ALSO No. 4. All the right, title nnd Interest of the defendant, Jacob Fox, In nnd to all that certain lot, pleco or parcel of land situate in the City ot Scranton, County of Lackawanna and Stnto of Pennsylvania, bounded and described n follows, to wit: Known nnd designated on J. Herman's mnp of South llvde Park ns tho northeasterly one-hair of Lot No. 11, In Block No. 61, being forty-nine (40) feot In width on nn alley and sevonty flvo (70) feet In depth. Improved with n two-s.ory frame dwelling house, out buildings and other Improvements there on. Seized nnd taken la execution at tho suit of Toylorvllle Building nnd Loan ns soclatlon vs. Jacob Fox. Debt, $1,372 GO. Judgment No. 1240, September Term, 1900. Lev. fn. to Jnnunrv Term, 1901, CHABLBS B. OLVBU, Att'y. ALSO No. n.-All the right title nnd Interest of tho defendant, Thomas Collins, tu nnd to all thoso ccrtnln lots, pieces or parcels of land In tho Old Borough ot Hyde Park (now City of Scranton), Lackawan na County, Pennsylvania, known as Lots Nos. IS and 19, In Squaro or Block No. 19 and fronting pn Fillmore avenue; bo lag eiich twenty-live (25) feet In front by ono hundred and eighty-seven nnd one hnlf (1S714) foot In ilonth. according to a plan or mnp entitled "Price and Punconst Addition to City of Scranton," recorded In Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, In Deed Book No. 121, page 312, the twenti eth day of October, A. D, 1SC7. Being tho samo piece or parcel of land con veyed to Anthony Duggan by Bit 1C. Price et nh, by Indenture dated Oct. 1, A. D , 1S74, nnd recorded In the office for recording of deeds In Lackawanna Coun ty In Deed Book No. 2, pngo 372, and devised nnd bequeathed to Mnry DUKgan by Anthonv Buggan by will probated June 30. 18S5. nnd registered In office for icglsttiing wills in Lackawanna County In Will Book No. 3. Improved with n two-story frame dwelling and outhouses thereon. Seized and liikn hi execution nt the suit of Winifred Collins vs. Thomas Col- litis. Debt, JG00. Judgment No, 84. Jan unry Term, 1901. PL fn. to January Term, 1901. HANYBN, Att'y. ALSO No. C All the right, title and Interest of tho defendant, Bobert A. Lindsay, In and to nil that certnln lot, piece or pnrcel of land ltunto In the Thirteenth ward ot tho City of Scranton, Lackawanna Coun ty, Pennsylvania, commencing at a point on the division lino between the properties known ns tho "Von Storch" property nnd lands now or late of the Thomas Dickson Bstntc. at a point fifty (JO) feet north from Cnpouse avenue; thence In a northerly direction along said division line one hunched (100) feet to a corner; thence In a southwesterly direc tion, at right angles to the last-mentioned line, to a point ninety (90) feet from the dlvsiou line between Lots No. 41 nnd 4G of the Thomas Dickson Bstnte; thenco nt right angles to the lnt-mentloned line nnd parallel to tho dlvilon line between lands of the Dickson nnd Von Storch F.s. tato In ci southeasterly direction cfne hundted (I0U) ftet to a point fiftv (CO) feet distant from Cnpoime avenue; thenco nt right angles to the last-mentioned line. In a northennteily direction, to tho plaee oi ueginnmg. Seized nnd taken In execution nt the Hilt of Theodore Q. Wolf and Bvcrett Wan en, pui vlv Ing executors nnd trustee under the lnit will nnd test.imcnt of Ben 1amln H. Tirocp. deceased. Debt, $4,271.78, Judgment No. 022, September Term, 1000. Allns fl. fa. to January Toim. r01. WILLAKD WASItBBN .1 KNAPP. AtfS ALSO No 7 All the right, title nnd lnteiet of the defendants, llenrv Bevnnlds, Hu ge no B. Steele, William J. Dougln. own eis. and Edwin Houck nnd Eugene E. Steele, doing business ns ITouck & Steele, cnntractois. In and to all that certain lot, nlcco or parcel of land situate In the Townsmp oi Lacicawannn. county or Lackawanna and State of Pennsylvania, and benlg Lot No S, In Block No. 2. as designated and laid out on the plot or map of "Tho Kevston Land comnany," known nnd described as Lincoln Heights Annex, which said plot or mnp Is recoid ed In the otllco for the lecoidlng of deeds In nnd for Lnckn wanna County, nld lot being forty (40) feet In front on South Mnln avenue nnd extending on Its north eilv side ono hundrtd und sltv-one and elghty-llvo onc-hundredths (lol.SJ) feet deep to an nllev, lourteen (If) feet wide, and on southerly side one hundred nnd sixty four nnd seventy-nliio one-bun. diodt'is (.lCt.i'i) feet deep to tho allev aforesaid, and being forty-one and ono onc-hundredths (41.1) feet wide In the icnr. ns shown on said map. Being tho same premises which "The Kvtona Land Company" convejed to Henry Bej holds by deed duly recorded In Lack awanna County In Deed Book No 179. pnge 90, etc., and by hlni to Eugeno 13. Steele, which deed was duly recorded In said Lackawanna County and later con veed by tho said Eugene E. Steele and wlie to Wllllnm J. Douglas by died dated May 21, 1900. which deed has never been recorded. Excepting nnd reserving the coal and mlneiajs as tho samu nto heretofore tcscrved. All Improved with a largo two-stoiy frnmo duelling houe with basement. Said dwelling Iioujo Is forty-four (41) feet by twenty-six and onchiilf (2'i'v) feet, with shingle roof Seized nnd taken In execution at the suit ot How or & Stender vs. Henry Boy nolds, Eugeno E. Steele nnd William J. Douglas, owners, and ITouck & Steele, contractors. Debt, $782.7fi Judgment No. 1273, September Term, 1900. Lev. fa. to Januaiy Teim, 1901. GEABHABT, Att'y. At.SO No. 8 All the right, title and Interest of tho defendant, James Sheridan, In and in nil that lot of In nil In Obi TVirrrn Tlnr. niirrh. T.neltnunnnix CTountv. Pn. llptrln.! nlng nt a coiner of a tract of luud Into of William Beesecker, being a pnrt of a lot of lnnd deeded to said Beesccker by Ernstus Smith, tho ttventv-second day of February. 15C9. recorded In Luzerne County, In Deed Book No, 131, page 412. on tho north sldo of the mnln road from PIttston to Scranton; thenco by samo noith forty-two and one-fourth (42'4) de gices west tvvelvo nnd tlxty-flvo one-lum. diedths (12ii) perches to a post comer; Ounce by land of Ernstus Smith south forty-two and one-fourth (12V1) degrees cast three und thirteen thirty-thirds (313-33) perches to a post corner; thence bj land of suld Smith south forty-two and one-fourth t42tf) degrees east tvvelvo nnd slxty-flvo one-hundiodths (12 CJ) perches to a corner In thn north westerly side of bald road: thenco along sntd road south lorty-two und one-fourth (12Vs degrees west three and thlitcen thlity-thlrds (J 13-3J) perch es to the bcgninliig. Containing eleven thousand six hundred nnd eighty-tight nnd live-tenths (ll,t&b.5) feet of lnnd, more or less. Improved with cellar and foundations for houso thereon. SeUed and taken In execution ut the suit of Mulheiiu & Judge vs. James Shcrldun. Debt, 2,300, Judgment No Oul, Miucli Ttrm, 1M. Fl fa. to Jun nary Term, 1901. DEAN. Att's ALSO No 9. All tho light, title and Intel est of the defendant. Ueoige Huntley, in und tn nil that certain lot, piece or pat eel of land situate in tho Boroughs of Olyphuut and Throop In tho County of Lackawanna and Stato of Peimslvunia, und bounded nnd described us follows, Containing a front of sixty (CO) foot southwcstwuid on Oak street, bounded northwestward at right angles to said stieet ono hundred nnd clghy-feet by Lot No. 8 on wild street; uoitheastwnid parullol with suld street sixty (GO) feet by Lot No. 0 on Line stieet, and southeastward nt light angles to said Oak stieet ono bundled and eighty (ISO) feet by Lot No, 4, on said street. ComprUnlg Lot No. u, on Oak stieet, as the same Is lepresentcd and designated on imp or plot nt build ing lots in tho Boroughs of Olyphant nnd Throop made by tho Delawmo and Hud son Canal company. Being thu samo lot of land conveyed to said defendant by tho said company in deed dated March 29, P93. All Improved with a two. sloiy frnmo dwelling with an ell, and outbuildings. Seized nnd tuken in execution ut tho suit ot German Building association No 7 vs. (Joorgo Huntley, Debt $oll.80. Judgment No, 090, September Term, 19u0. Lev. fa, to January Teim, l'01. HANNAH, Att'y. ALSO No. 10 -All tho right title and Interest of tho defendant, Ben, Arnovitz, In and to all that certain lot. piece or parcel ot land situate In the Eighteenth waid of the City of Scranton, Tn tho County of SHERIFF'S SALES. Lackawanna, and bounded and described ps follows, to wlti Heine tho easterly part of Lot No. 3, In Squaro or Block No, IS, as matked and designated on J. Ilecr man's map of South Hyde Park, being thirty-seven nnd onchalf (37'b) feet In front on Scranton street, nnd ono hun dred and fifty (1W) feot tn depth to Lot No. B. Being the same lot of land con voyed to the said defendant In deed dated Jnn. 21, 1S97, and recorded In tho ofllce of tho recorder of deeds In nnd tor Lack nwnntia County In Deed Book No. Hj, page 107. etc. AH Improved with h three Vtory double bultdlng, brick In front and frame, in the rear, uned as a saloon, n store nnd dwelling!), with out buildings. Seized nnd taken In execution nt the suit of airman Building association No. 9 vs. Ben. Arnovitz Debt, $I,0o0. Judgment No. 2CC, January Term, 1901. IT. fa. to Juuuaty Term, 1901. HANNAH, Att'y. ALSO No. 11. All ihe tight, title and Interest of tho defendants. Maltha A. Bone and Fiancls A. Bone, In and to nil that cer tuln piece or parcel of lund sltuuto In the City of Scranton, in tho Countv of Lackawanna and Stato of Fcnnsvlvuulu, being part of LotH Nos. 11 and 12, In Square or Block No, 120, upon tho plot of Scranton. Said piece of land hereby conveyed commences at a point on Vine street twenty-two (22) feet southcusterlj fiom the lntervectlou of said Vino street with tho lino of tho alley of aforesaid block; thence southeasterly along Vine street twenty-nine (39) feot; mence in right angles with last line across Lots Nos. U and 12, of nforesuld block eighty (k0) feet; thenco ut right angles with last lino northwcsteily tvvenly-nlno 129) feet; thence at right uncles with Inst line across aforesaid Lots Nos. 11 and 12 eighty (SO) feet to tho place of begin ning; tho measurement of the depth to comtnenco ten (10) feet lnsldo of the slde vvulk, with tho light to eiulojc, occupv und uso ten (10) feet In fiont of said piece of land on Vine street for cellar way, porches, portico, bay-window, or slnubbery, but not tho right to erect any building therecn, Excepting and re serving to tho Lackawanna Iron and Col company, Its successors nnd assigns, nil coal and minerals beneath said lot. Being tho same memlses convoyed bv Chniles Schlager and wife to tho s.tbl Martha A. Bone, by deed dated Apiil 27, 1890. and recorded in tho lecorder'H office of Lncknwanna County, la Deed Book, No, 137, pugo 112, etc. Improved with a two-story frnmo dwelling houso and outbuildings thereon. Seized and taken In execution nt the suit of William Council et al , ex ecutors and trustees of Alexander Council, deceased, vs. Mai thu A. Bono and Francis A. Bone. Debt, $1,121. Jad. ment No. 39, November Term, 19W. 1 ev. fa. to Jnmiuiy Teim, 1901. WELLES & TOHK13Y, Att'y s ALSO No. 12 All the rlgat, title jind Intciest of the defendant, W. J. Bciiiilmuii, ad mlnsltrator of A, L. Conipton, deceased. In and to all those parcels of land situate In Jefferson Township, Lackawanna County, described as follows: First A lot nf land beginning nt a stone coiner on public toad; thence south fifty (50) degtees last on lino und stono wall of Oliver Osgood thirty und one-half ('n'.i' i oils tn n stako or post coiner; thence south fotty 1.40) degrets west twenty (20) rods to said public load to a stone coiner; thenco northwardly In the middle ot said road to tho place of beginning. Contain ing one and one-half (IH) acics, mure or less. Being the sumo lund conveyed bv 13. S. II. Cobb and wife to A. Coinpton, bv deed dated Sept. 22, 1S7.1, and lecord ed In the lccoulet's ofllce t Luna no County In Deed Bonk No. 19. pnge 41., etc. Second Beginning ut a post und stones comer of land of John Mitchell, In line of Btdelln Conipton land; thenco south fifty (M) degiots cast on lino of said .loan .vutcncii. uguiy-nino ,yj reus to black blitii coiner; thenco north tvventj llve (2J) de-glees cast eighteen rods to a corner; theme nottli sity-hvo (u3) de grei s tnst louiteen (It) rods to u stake and stones coinci: thence couth seventy (70) dcgices cast clgnt and three-fourths (8si) luds to ml of .i stone wall: thence south tlfehlv ISO) dcgices east eight (S) lods; theneo noith tweno (20) degtees east t lt,ht (S) rods to line ut John i. Mitchell's bind, thenco noith titty (.! digioes West on said line uliietv -seven (97) lods to a stnl.c and stones coiner of Bedella Conipton, and thence south forty (U) dcgiees west foity-four (II) iods to tho pluco of beginning Containing twenty-four (21) acres und seventy-six (7d) peiehes, mote or less Being tlio same land conveyed by J, M, Mitchell lo A, Coinpton, by deed il ited May 1, 1S7'.. and lecoided 111 Luzerne County In Deed Book No. ivi, page II, etc Thlid A lot of lund bounded on the noith by laud of J. 1) Complou. and on the east, south und west by lands uf Be della Conipton and the estate of Admit ram Chase. Being tho samo land con vejed by II D. Spangenberg and wife to A, Coinpton bv deed dated Nov 13, li'S, und teem tied In Lumiie County In Deed Bool; No. 174. page 217, etc linpioved with a two-stoi.v f i ,uno dwelling house, two ft ame banes und outbuildings, Seized and taken in execution ut the suit of Assigned lo lilchmoud Compto'i vs. W. J, Bennltnan, admlustintor of A. Ii. Conipton, deceased. Debt, 5iw".72 Judgment No. SOS, Jumiary Term, 1S93. Fl fu. to Jnnuaiv Teim, 1901. W1I.LABD, WABR13N a KNAPP, Att'ys. ALSO No 13 All the tight, title and luteiest of tho iWmlant. M. B. Slmieil, executor of the Estate of John Ilugno', deceased. In nnd to all that cettaln pleee, parcel or lot of laud situate In the Township of Clifton, County of Lackawanna nnd Stato of Pennsylvania, bounded nt the northeast coiner of said lot: thenco bounded on tho noith bf the public toad; on the west by land lato owned by John Shaw, now by J, L Simons; on the south by land late owned by Thoodoto Blslcr and oihcis, now by Ira C Harvev und others and on the oust hy lands of the Beading Lumber compnnv Contain ing fifty (CO) acics, moro or less. Being tho same premises that Daniel Slglau nnd Almlia, his wife, by Indenture dated the fifteen da of September, ISOJ, and re coieled In tho otllco foi thn lecoidlng of deeds, etc., In and for Luzerne County, in Deed Book No. 110, p igo 2J3, etc. Gl ant ed and convejeJ to Samuel Hufford In fee. nnd the samo pioperty whith tho said Samuel lluftoid conveyed to Jofin Hughes b deed dulcd tho louith dnj of "Muy, HCb, und recoided In I.iuetno County In Deed Book, No 130, page 2S3. Improved with u two-slot y finme dwell ing home, barn nnd outhouses thereon. Seized and taken In execution nt the suit of Hem v A. Knapp nil Elizabeth D Doud, executors of tho Estate of Mt.ru v F. Fuller, deceasjd, v. M. B. Sinn ell ex eeutoi of John Hughes, deceased. Debt, $40i) Judgment No. 72, November Teim, 1900. Lev. fa. to Januaiy Term. 1901. WILLAKD, WAKKI3N .t KNAPP, Atfvs. ALSO No. II -All the light, title and Inlerfst of the defendant, M. W Giicrnso In und tu all that cot tnln lot, pleco or parcel of lund commenting at u point on 'ho west erly side of Capouso avenue, ,u the southerly corner of lot of 1 U. Burns, In tho Thhtecnth waul of iho City of Sciuii ton, Lackawrnna County, Peni'sjl.-aniu; thenco along tho somberly line of said I, H. Bums' land In a westerly dliectlon ono lu'itdritl nn I clghty-uuo und uuchnlf (1S1H) feet; thence nt iltiht angles in n uoutheily direction along lines of lund ot Baptist chinch and W. W Lathrop fifty (CO) feet, thenco at light ungles one hundred and eighty-ono und one-lmli (lSHj) leet along land of Valentine Blls. to Capouso avenue, thenco along Capouso avenue noitherlv fifty (CO) feet to pluco of beglnnnlg, All linpioved with u two. stoiy dwelling liuiipo und bam. used ns n livery stable thereon, ten (10) f.et of tlio depth ot suld lot next to Cupotiso aveuuo muy be used tor ard, cullaiwuy, porch or piazza, but not fur tho election of buildings thereon. Seized and taken In execution nt the suit of 13. B. Decker vs. M W. Guernsey Debt, $0,O'SO.!&. Judgment No, :'25, Nov cm. her Term. Is97. Allns fl. tu. tn Jununiy Term, 1901 I. H. BUKNS, Att ALSO No. 15 -All the light, title und Interest of tho defendants, O, F. Wedcmun und Bene Wodemuu, In und to all that cer tain pleco ot laud In 1 aliunui Untouch, Lackawanna County. Pennsylvania, lb. ginning at n comer of lot of Mrs, S. B, Wage; thenco along lands of II, SuninaiiH south forty nnd thieo-fourths (40ls) d piecs cast ninety-six and clght'ienths (90,8) pciches tu a corner; thenco along lands Into of N, K. Chase north lorty elght nnd one-half (IS'i) degrees east fifty-six (ffi) perches to land of E. C. Hanson; theneo north thlrty-clglit Cli) degrees wist thirteen and one-tenths (13.1) percheB to a comer; thenco north foity-clght nnd one-half (4b',j) douiues cast to a corner In middle of the turn- SHERIFF'S SALES. pike j thenco north fifty-two (52) decreet west fourteen and five-tenths" (14.6) perches; thenco horth thirty (!0) decrees west tvventv-throo nnd one-lenth (23.1) perches to land Of Tllllnxhnkt: thenco south thirty (20) degrees west twolvo and slxty-flvo one-hundrcdthH(12.W) perches to n corner; thenco north sixty (Wl degrqas west twelve und sixty-live ono-hun dredths (12 03) perches to a confer; thancu north thirty (30) degrccs'east twelve and slxty-flvo one-hundredth (12.63) perches to middle of turnpike; thenco north sixty ItO) UOGiee.4 west two (2) perches to u corner; thenco south thirty (30) degrees vv est tvvelvo and sixty-five ono-huu-dredths (12.C3) perches to a corner: thenco north sixty (Cu degrees west tvvelvo and slxty-flvo ono-hundredths (12 65) perches to lands of Ellas Beyuolds; thenco south thirty (30) degrees west ono nnd fifteen onc-hundredths (15 1) perches; thence north sixty (U) degrees west twcnty-llvo und seven-tenths (23.7) perches; thenco north forty-six and one-halt (46H) de grees cast thirteen and five-tenths (13.5) perches to middle of said turnpike: thence north clglity-ouo (SI) degrees west one and three-tenths (1.3) perches; thenco along land of Mrs. S. B. Wage south Ilfty-ono (51) dPKiees west thirty-nine and two-tenths (.T)2) peichcs to beginning. Containing thirty (30) ucres and elghty tlvo (S3) peichrs of land, partially Im proved nnd part woodland. Seized nnd tnken In execution nt tho suit of A. D. Colvin vs. O. F. Wcdomnn and lieno Wedemnn. Debt, $300. Judg ment No. 1237, September Term, 1900. Lev. fa. lo January Term, 1901. DEAN, Atl'y. ALSO No, 1C All the light, tltlo and Interest of tho defendant, James F. Gallugher, In and to till thoso certain lots, pieces or parcels of land situate, llng und being in tho Twenty-first ward of the City of Soranton, County of Lackawanna and Stato of Pennsylvania, In a lano or alley running In an easterly direction from Fiovldence road. Being Lots Nos. 6, 7 nnd S, In map or plan laid out by J. II. Campbell In his nddltlou to Park Place, intended to be duly teglstered. Said lots being each thirty (30) feot In front nnd rear and ono hundred and twenty (120) feet In depth. Improved with a doublo two-story frnmo dwelling house, occu pied by tenants, and outbuildings thereon. Seized nnd taken In execution nt the suit of Iho Arttuti3 llutldlnff and Loin association vs. .lumen F. Gallagher. Debt, $1,200. Judgment No. 712. May Term, 1S97. ri. fa. to January Term, 1901. VAUOHAN, Att'y. ALSO No. 17. All the light, title and lnterst of tho defendant, x. E, Collins, adminis trator or administratrix ot Frank or Francis Collins, deceased, lit and to all that certanl messuage tenement lot or parcel ot lnnd situate In the City of Scianton, late Borough ot Providence, In tho County of Lackawanna and State of Pennsylvania, known as Lot No. 1, and tho westerly half of Lot No. 7, In Square or Block No. fi, nnd fronting on Mnln und Throop streets. Being seventy (70) feet In front on Mnln street by one hun dred nnd seventy-eight (178) feet In depth on Throop street, nccoidtng to a plan or map entitled Parker's Addition to thst Old Borough of Piovldeneo of the Spen cer Faun. Being the same premises con veyed by and subject to the samo excep tions and reservations montloned and contained In deed fiom Wlllard Parker. M, D , et ux , et al., to Francis Collins, dated Oct. 1, 1874; recorded In Luzerne County In Deed Book No. 1S3, pago 201. Impiovvdwllh two two-story frame dwell ing houses und outbuildings thereon. Seized and taken In execution at tho rult of Gcorgo M. Okell, trustee, vj. N. E. Collins, admlnstiatrlx, of Frank or Francis Collins, decetscd. Debt, $512.75. Judgment No. 4U. January Term, 1901. Lev. fa. lo Januaiy Term, lioi. OKELL, Att'y. ALSO No IS All the tight, title und Interest of thn defendant, Henry L. Ilartruuft, In and to all ir-ino teitulu lots, pieces or pat eels of lund situate In tho City ot Scranton, County of Lackawanna, Stato nf Pennslvunla, being part of Lots Nos, Ifi nnd 17, In Block J., ,ln Williams' Ad dition to tho City of Scranton, Pennsjl vnnla, und situate on the tusterly sldo of Denn street, l,u tho First ward of said City of Scranton. Said lots being each thlity-two nnd one-half (22',i) feet In tront on Lienn street, and samo width In tear and eighty (SO) feet In depth, and being Lots Nos. 93 und 9J, 111 Block J., as laid out by D. L, Fields, map of which was tecotded In suld county In Map Book No. 3. pago 73, on the twenty-seventh day of June, 1899. Coal and minerals excepted and reseived. Improved with a two story f i nnio dwelling, blacksmith shop and outbuildings thereon. SeUcd and taken In execution nt the suit of Security Building and Savings Union vs. Ilemy L. Hartranft. Debt, $S7C.I0. Judgment No. 393. January Teim, 1901. Fl. fa. to Januaiy Term, 1901. A1a Samo vs. Same Debt. $1,241.25. Judg ment No. 399. January Term, 1901. Fl. fa to Jnnutny Term. )901. 11. C. 1U3YNOLDS, Att'y. ALSO No 19. All the right, title and Interest uf the defendants, James Palmer, Beese T. Jones, (leoigo Edwards and David P, Thomns, In m.d to .all that piece ur parcel of land sltuqto In the Font th waul, City of Scranton, In tho County ot Lackawanna and State of I'enuslyvanlii, bounded and described as follows, to wit: Beginning at a point on tho southensteily side of Everett avenue, on tho division Hue between Lots Nos. 21 and 22, In liock No. 21, 'on tho second map of tho estnto of William Swotland, In Hyde Park; thenco along said division lino south fifty und tlireo-fourths (50si) degrees cast one hundred and elghtv (1M leet to nn alley; thence ulong said alley noith thirty-nine and one-fourth (29U) degrees east fifty (50) feet to Lot No. 20; thenco ulong said lot north fifty and three-fourths (30)4) degrees west one hundred nnd elghtv (ISO) feet to Eveiett avenue aforesaid; thenco along tnld uvenuo south thhty-nlno Hiid onc-fouith (39l) degrees west fifty (301 feet to tho place of beginning. Being thej land convejed by Carollno M. Pettcbone et nl . to James Palmer,, by deed dated tho twenty-lli st duv of March, 1S91: re corded In Deed Book No. 73, pago 490, In Lackawanna county. Ml linpioved with two two-sloiy frame dwelling houses and other outbuildings theieon. Seized anil taken in execution at tho suit of New Schiller Building nnd Lonn usroclatloii vs. James Palmer, defendant, nnd Beeso T. Jones and Georgo Edwards nnd Dnvld J. Thomas, terre tenants. Judgement No loo, September Term, PW0. Lev. fa to Jnnuaiy Toim. 1901. STOKES, Att'y. ALSO No. 20 All the right, till and Interest of tho defendant, Chailes B, Kunpp, M. D.. In mid to nil the suifueo of light of soil of all that certain lot, piece or parcel of laud sltuuto In tho Borough of Van dllng, Lackawanna County. Pennsylvania, bounded nnd described us follows, to wit: Containing a fiont of ilfty (30) feet south eastward on Mnln street; bounded south wcstwnid ut right angles to said street ono hundred U'jO) feet by Oak street; northwestward parallel with Main street Ilfty (CO) fact by tho northwestern lino of land of the Xoitheru Coal und-lroii company, nnd northeastward at rlgbt, an glen to Main street -ono hundred (100) feet by Lot No 59, on said street. Comprising Lot No. 101, on Main stieet, ns tho same is repiescnted and designated on a map of building lots of the Noithern Conl and Iron company In said Borough, Seized and tnken in ixocution nt tho suit of Assigned to William Tinker va Charles B. Kunpp. M. D. Debt, $3V. Judgment No JS3, November Torm, 1900 IT fn to Jsnuyiy Term, 1901. WATBOUS Att'y. TERMS OF SALE. FIFTV DOLLARS CASH WHEN PROP. P.RTV IS STRUCK OPF, AND BALANCP IN CASH IMMEDIATELY AFTER SALE IS CONCLUDED. WHEN SOLD FOR COSTS, COSTS MUST BE PAID WHErv STRUCK OFF. ALL PROPERTIES ON WHICH AHOVD TERMS HAVE NOT BEEN COMPiUEC WITH WILL 00 RESOLD BEFORB AD J0IIRNMENT. v s CLARENCE E. PRYOR, Sheriff. Shcilff's Ofllce, Scranton, Fa., Decent ber IS, 1900. . , 'U V vi , sst SJM V . -" Vi kXl V T frJU'Jfcfc8 y