Reading Times 2 April 1895

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Reading Times 2 April 1895 - Ievles Made by the Sheriff. Deputy Sheriff...
Ievles Made by the Sheriff. Deputy Sheriff George W. Fahrenbach levied and closed the millinery store of Lena Sch ul man, 714 Penn street, on an execution for $880, issued at the instance of H. Sorkin. Goods in the store were replevined at the instance of Sullivan, Drew & Co. Deputy Sheriff Fahrenbach levied on the stock and fixtures of Joseph H. Hassler's cafe, 837 Penn street, but did not close the place. George W. Wagner is the execution creditor - in trust for abont fifty persons, who claim various sums aggregating $1,382 66.

Clipped from Reading Times02 Apr 1895, TuePage 4

Reading Times (Reading, Pennsylvania)02 Apr 1895, TuePage 4
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