Wilkes Barre record Extracts Jan 1886
Wilkes-Barre Record, Sat, Jan 2, 1886
There was nothing new in the situation at the blocked mine in Nanticoke yesterday. The work in the slope was steadily pressed forward, the debris being excavaed at the rate of 10 car loads a day.
The wills of the following testators were filed in the office of Register of Wills Boyd during December:
WILLIAM BESTFORD, HENRY JOPLING and BENJAMIN HARDING executors.
LEWIS BELLAS, SIMON BELLAS executor
WILLIAM KOONS, B D KOONS and JAMES POST executors
JOHN LINTERN, HARRIET LINTERN and BENJAMIN HARDING executors
KATE F O'MALLEY, Dr A P O'MALLEY executor
BALZER SCHEIDE, JOHN JOSEPH SCHEIDE executor
JANE TRACY, PATRICE AND STEPHEN TRACY executors
JACOB SNYDER, CAROLINE SNYDER executrix
WILLIAM WRIGHT, MARGARET WRIGHT executrix
LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION:
Register of Wills Boyd during December issued letters of administration in the following estates:
STEWART BENNET, C B PRICE administrator
CHARLES H BALZER, THEODORE BAKER adminstrator
IDA E ENKE, A A ENKE administrator
LEWIS B HARRIS, LEVI HOWELL administrator
ABRAHAM LONG, W W SMITH administrator
HUGO MILLS, LOUISA MILLS administrator
JACOB SCHWAB, MARGARET SCHWAB administrator
MARGARET WILLIAMS, JAMES MCMILLAN administrator
HANNAH WENTZ, CAROLINE WENTZ administrator
Wilkes-Barre Record, Mon, Jan 4, 1886
In Wilkes-Barre Dec 24, 1885 by Rev George W Miller, LEWIS P KNIFFEN and Miss KATE G REICK, both of Wilkes-Barre
In Nescopek Dec 31, 1885 by Rev W T Galloway, of Berwick, HARRY W PETTIT, of Hazleton, and Mis MAMIE HUGHES , of Nescopeck
In Wilkes-Barre Jan 1, 1886 by Rev J G Lewis, ROBERT PUGH and Miss MAGGIE JANE DAVIS, daughter of JOSEPH DAVIS, all of Wilkes-Barre
In Wilkes-Barre Jan 1, 1886 by Rev J G Lewis, HENRY COX, son of JOHN J COX of Hillside St, and Miss SARAH GRIFFITH, all of Wilkes-Barre
In Wilkes-Barre Dec 24, 1885 by Rev J W Woehrle, WILLIAM H SHULER and Miss MAGGIE C SEYBERT, all of Wilkes-Barre
In Plainsville Dec 31, 1885, ALEXANDER MAUN and JANE HARRISON, both of Plains
In Upper Lehigh Dec 24, 1885 by Rev J W Mahlon, I MOWREY of Upper Lehigh, and Miss SADIE E BEST of Drifton
In Upper Lehigh Dec 24, 1885 by Rev J W Bischoff, THOMAS A BRIGGS and Miss SARAH J KLOSE, both of Upper Lehigh
In Bridgeport Dec 24, 1885 by Rev F V Krug, AMBROSE HATMAKER of White Haven, and Miss CASSIE KRUMANOCKER, of Bridgeport
In West Pittston Dec 31, 1885 by Rev A J Furman, BRYDES WILLIAMS and Miss SARAH MAHON, both of West Pittston
In Wilkes-Barre Jan 2, THOMAS D SAX died at his residence at 290 South Franklin St. He was best know for his laundry business. He had been for some time past a sufferer from consumption. He was a member of the Gohonto Lodge I. O. O. F., of Pittston, and the funeral, which will be held on Tuesday, at 11 a.m., will be under the auspices of the order. The interment will be made in Old Forge Cemetary. He leaves a wife and six chiildren.
In Wilkes-Barre Jan 3: WILLIAM K PHILLIPS, for the past 30 years a resident of this city or vicinity, died at his home, 141 North River St yesterday morning at the age of 63, after a brief illness of inflammation of the bowels. A former boat builder, he lately has given attention to repairing carriages. He was a native of Wheeling, W. Va. He is survived by a wife and six children, the youngest 10 years or age, and one of whom is the wife of Baggage-Master MCCLENTHAN, of the L. V. station. He also was a brother of OLIVER P PHILLIPS, whose son ALEXANDER K., is an employee in the Record job rooms. The funeral will take place Tuesday at 2 pm from his late residence, interment being made in the City Cemetary.
In Pittston Jan 1, MARY, wife of JOHN MCCLAIN, aged 45 years
In Pittston Jan 1, BRIDGET, daughter of Mrs CATHERINE LANGAN, aged 17 years and 9 months
In Wilkes-Barre Jan 2, JOSEPH THOMAS LEWIS, son of DANIEL LEWIS, aged 3 years. Funeral Monday at 2 pm, interment in City Cemetary.
BURIAL PERMITS LAST WEEK:
EVAN R WILLIAMS, 35 years, typhoid pneumonia
AUGUSTUS WALTERSPIEL, 51 years
ROSANNA REESE, 10 months, inflammation lungs
CAROLINE DAVEY, 37 years, confinement
ADDISON MITCHELL, 34 years, Bright's disease
ANNA ELIZA SCOTT, 5 months, spasms
ANNA OLIVICH, 4 years, croup
JOSEPH THOMAS LEWIS, 3 years, croup
WILLIAM WRIGHT, 61 years, consumption
St Mary's Cemetary:
ANN BRISKI, 6 years
JOHN MCDONALD, 42 years
MARTIN WILCHIK, 1 year
THOMAS CARNEY, 19 years
EDWARD RILEY, 1 year
Mrs ESTER COFFEE, 33 years
DANIEL DUGAN, 14 years
JAMES SWEENEY, 24 years
PETER MCFAFLAND, 4 years
Mrs THOMAS KANE, 33 years
St Nicholas' Cemetary:
HENRY WOLFSEIFER, 4 years
Wilkes-Barre Record, Tue, Jan 5, 1886
In Scranton Dec 29, 1885 by the Rev Father McAndrew, J J GAUGHAN of Port
Griffith, and Miss TERESA LAHEY of Scranton
At Port Griffith Jan 3, JOHN NOON, aged 54 years. Funeral Tuesday at 9 am.
NANTICOKE DISASTER: (no mention)
E J PHILLIPS, funeral director and furniture dealer, 103 South Main Street
Wilkes-Barre Record, Wed, Jan 6, 1886
At Plains Dec 31, 1885 by the Rev A C Smith of Kingston, ALEXANDER MAN, son of WILLIAM MAN, and Miss JENNIE HARRISON.
All the works of this company are again in full operation. The excitement over the Slope 1 disaster is fast dying out, and all the men have returned to their usual avocations.
DISASTERS TO LIFE AND LIMB IN THE MINES IN THE THIRD DISTRICT, 1885:
The year just closed has been one of singular fatality in the mines in this section. Especially is this the case in the latter half of the year.
Between Aug 11 and Dec 19 there were four accidents which alone hurled 46 souls into eternity, besides many smaller ones. The four accidents were the suffocation of 10 men at Mocanaqua on Aug 11, the killing of four men by rock falling down the shaft at the Oakwood Shaft of the Prospect colliery on Sep 1, the fatal burning of six men by an explosion of gas at Shaft 1 Plymouth on Oct 21, and the terrible disaster at Nanticoke on Dec 18, by which 26 men lost their lives. The total number of fatalities in this district for the past year reaches 115. The following is a list of the fatal accidents, though in many cases the person injured did not die for several days after the date of the accident.
Jan 3- GEORGE WOODYAT, fall of rock, Harry E colliery; DAVID ROBERTS, explosion of gas, MIDVALE
Jan 8- FRANK SKIVETSKY, run over by cars, Slope 1 Nanticoke
Jan 9- LEWIS DEN, fall of coal, Nottingham
Jan 16- PAUL POLINSKY, crushed by runaway car, Shaft 2 Nanticoke
Jan 20- THOMAS SMITH, drowned in shaft, Stanton
Jan 26- DANIEL EAGAN, fell down shaft, Woodward
Feb 3- ENOCH JONES, caught between cars, Lance
Feb 7- JOHN HENESSEY, kicked by mule, Avondale
Feb 17- JAMES SOLOMON and JOHN D JONES, explosion of gas, Hillman Vein
Feb 28- GEORGE STONYENKE, jammed between cars outside Shaft 5, Nanticoke
Mar 5- JOHN DUFFY, caught between cars, Bennett
Mar 7- DAVID R JONES, struck by runaway car, Prospect
Mar 20- MICHAEL HALLEY, premature blast, Gaylord
Apr 6- VINCENT FOLLIESKY, fall of coal, Shaft 2, Nanticoke
Apr 13- MICHAEL ST JOHN, fell down shaft, Woodward
Apr 15- FRANK DEVANY, fell down shaft, Nottinghon
Apr 18- WILLIAM COOPER, fall of rock, Bennett
Apr 23- GEORGE WILLIAMS, fall of stone down shaft, South Wilkes-Barre Shaft
Apr 23- JOHN WILLIAMS, fall of coal, Lance
Apr 30- WILLIAM LINKEN, premature blast, Harry E
May 26- JOHN TABOSKEY, fall of coal, Nottingham
June 4- FRANK FARTKOFSKY, JOSEPH GRUDOFSKY, and CHRISTOPHER POWELL, explosion of gas, Slope 4, Nanticoke
June 8- JOHN KUNTLETZ, fall of rock, Black Diamond
June 11- JOHN LYNOT, fall of rock, Henry
June 17- DAVID HARRIS, fell under moving car, Schooley
June 18- MICHAEL SWEENEY, fall of rock, Alden
June 22- THOMAS HUGHES, fell under moving car outside Breaker 5, Nanticoke
June 22- RICHARD EMMETT, premature blast, Hollenback
June 23- THOMAS THOMAS, fall of slate, Slope 4, Nanticoke
June 27- THOMAS HATCHWELL, fall of coal, Boston
July 3- PATRICK GALLAGHER, run over by cars, Warrior Run
July 6- MICHAEL FURTIE, blast, Reynolds
July 6- DAVID DONNELLY, premature blast, Hillman Vein
July 7- DAVID KNARR, fall of coal, Raubville
July 8- LLEWELLYN DANIELS, premature blast, Slope 2, Nanticoke
July 10- JOHN SMITH, run over by cars, Alden
July18- JOHN WALSH, premature blast, Oakwood Prospect
July 25- WILLIAM PRYFILER, fall of rock, Prospect
July 27- JOHN ADOMZACK, run over by cars, Shaft 2, Nanticoke
Aug 5- THOMAS HENNERLY, fall of bony coal, Hollenback
Aug 8- JAMES BROMAGE and JOHN J BARRETT, explosion of gas, Black Diamond
Aug 11- WILSON RYMER, JOHN BILBY, NICHOLAS BERTELS, JAMES FRY, HIRAM O MEADE, JOHN WINSKOSKI, PETER BOROUZKI, ANTHONY BOROUZKI, JAMES WHELAN, WILLIAM ZIENTY, , suffocated by gas, West End
Aug 21- JOHN M SMITH, fall of rock, Slope 4, Nanticoke
Sept 1- WILLIAM KENNEY, fell under moving cars outside Laurel Run Breaker
Sept 2- JOHN J MARTIN, JAMES KEARNEY, THOMAS JENKINS, and JOHN PETERSON, fall of rock down shaft, Oakwood Prospect
Sept 4- DUGALD BURT, fall of coal, Bennett
Sept 15- WILLIAM B JONES, fall of rock, Shaft 2, Nanticoke
Sept 19- JAMES MCCUE, fall of coal, Shaft 2, Plymouth
Sept 21- ANTHONY RENOSOS, fall of slate, Clear Spring
Sept 24- GEORGE SHINER, fall of rock, Alden
Sept 26- WILLIAM WAUGH, fall of rock, Newport Tunnel
Sept 28- JAMES MCANDREWS, fall of rock, Maffitt
Oct 7- GEORGE COOPER, struck by descending cage, Shaft 2, Nanticoke
Oct 15- MARTIN JOHNSON, fall of coal, Clear Spring
Oct 15- IVOR WILLIAMS, fell down shaft, Dodson
Oct 18- MICHAEL GALLAGHER, struck by runaway car, Mill Creek Slope
Oct 21- THOMAS SPELLMAN, blast, Henry
Oct 21- FRANK LAMERAUX, JOHN KERST, FRANK SPINETTE, ANTHONY SPINNETTE, THOMAS COLLINS, and DEMIS TITUS, explosion of gas, Shaft 2 Plymouth
Oct 26- JOHN BALLOCK, run over by cars, Forty Fort
Oct 31- RICHARD JENNINGS, fall of coal, Shaft 2, Nanticoke
Nov 9- MICHAEL STRADINSKY, fell under moving car outside Newport
Nov 16- HENRY MCCLOSKEY, exposion of powder, Maffit
Nov 17- DAVID SHIPPS, fall of rock, Boston
Nov 30- JACOB SCHWAB, fell under moving cars outside Stanton
Dec 3- HUGO MILLS, fall of rock, No. 1 Slope, Nanticoke
Dec 5- JOHN LYNOTT, premature blast, Empire
Dec 10- CHARLES DWYER, run over by cars, No. 5 breaker, Nanticoke
Dec 18- THOMAS CLIFFORD, WILLIAM ELKIE, WILLIAM DEHANEY, MARX LONGUSKI, OLIVER KIVLER, WILLIAM KIVLER, FRANK KIVLER, THOMAS WILLIAMS, EDWARD HARGAVES, ABRAM LEWIS, EDWARD MATTHEWS, JOSEPH MCCARTY, AUGUST MATULE, ADAM RUBINSKI, ISAAC SARVER, JOHN SARVER, ANDREW LOW, JOHN SHUTT, VINCENT LUKE, JOHN HAWK, JOHN NOWACH, WADISLAW JELGOHINSKI, PETER MONTELEWICZ, J ADOMOSCHICK, JOHN DRAJNA, JOHN SLOFT, fall of sand and culm, Slope 1 Nanticoke.
Summarizing the results for this district, we have for the year just ended:
481 accidents, (172 slight, 196 serious, 115 fatal), with 66 widow, and 190 orphans.
Wilkes-Barre Record, Fri, Jan 8, 1886
In Parsons Dec 22, 1885 by Rev J Jones, JOHN FLOYD and Miss JENNIE DINGWALL, both of Plains
In Scranton Jan 4, 1886 by Rev George E Guild, EDWARD R BALDWIN and Miss ANNIE PLOTZ
In Plains Jan 5, by Rev A C Smith, ALEXANDER MANN and Miss JENNIE HARRISON, of Plains
In Wilkes-Barre Jan 5, LETICIA, wife of JOHN CRAIG
In Hamtown, Jan 4, JOHN MORAN, aged 87 years
In Upper Pittston, Jan 5, JOHN JOHNSON, aged 40 years
WATKIN W POWELL, of Franklin Street, Plymouth, while at work at the Avondale mines on Thursday, had his foot crushed so badly by a mule stepping on it that he is unable to work.
CORONER INQUESTS DURING 1885:
Coroner O'Malley conducted 119 inquests. In addition to the inquests held by the coroner, 32 were held by justices of the peace or aldermen. Names of those not a result of mine accidents include:
Jan 8 CHARLES ABLE, killed on railroad tracks, South Wilkes-Barre
Jan 25 ANDREW MALONEY, killed on railroad tracks, Plymouth
Feb 17 LEMUEL BARBER, killed on railroad tracks, Wilkes-Barre
Feb 27 JOHN LOVE, heart disease, Plymouth
Feb 23 male child of EVA HARTMAN, exposure and poison, Wilkes-Barre
Mar 2 JOSEPH SLONSKI, killed on railroad tracks, Nanticoke
Mar 9 MORRIS RIDGEWAY, killed on railroad track, Coxton
Mar 20 JOHN BOWERS, starvation and alcohol, Newport Twp
Mar 10 JOHN HOLLISTER, accidental death
Apr 4 male child of CHARLES FAUX, natural causes, Wilkes-Barre
Apr 5 MARY MCCARTHY, exposure and alcohol, Forty Fort
Apr 6 PATRICK LAUGHLIN, killed on railroad track, Sugar Notch
Apr 6 JAMES SAMPSON, heart disease, Wilkes-Barre
Apr 13 ANDREW MACKNACK, murder, Plains twp
Apr 17 JOHN BAINBRIDGE, drowning, Morgantown
Apr 19 JOHN GUIDON, acohol, Edwardsville
Apr 19 Dr DAVID STERN, Wilkes-Barre
Apr 23 CHARLES GAVA, Wilkes-Barre
Apr 27 CHARLES HOWARTH, murder, Nanticoke
Apr 28 ELIZABETH WILLIAMS, alcohol, Nanticoke
Apr 28 JOHN CLAYWELL, Nanticoke
May 4 CECILIA RICHARDS, Wilkes-Barre
May 11 THEODORE SMITH, alcohol, PleasantValley
May 29 JOHN RAWLINGS, heart disease, Wilkes-Barre
May 28 ADAM BRUM, Hanover Twp
May 31 MARTIN GILROY, murder, Pittston
Jun 6 CHARLES O'BOYLE, hemorrhage, Pittston
Jun 6 JAMES SHOVLIN, alcohol, Plymouth
Jun 8 B F WILLIAMS, alcohol, Plymouth twp
Jun 23 THOMAS HUGHES, killed on railroad track, Nanticoke
Jun 25 JOHN REYNOLDS, drowning, Plymouth
Jun 25 WILLIAM MECKENNY, drowning, Pittston
Jul 2 FRANK STEELE, drowning, Pittston
Jul 6 JAMES TERRY, drowning, Wilkes-Barre
Jul 16 ROBERT GREEN, alcohol, Wilkes-Barre
Jul 19 JOHN LAVAN, killed on railroad track, Pittston
Jul 21 JOHN MURPHY, killed on railroad track, Wilkes-Barre
Jul 24 WILLIAM SANDERS and JOHN SOMMERS, drowning, Plymouth
Aug 3 HUGH CANNON and KATIE MCDONALD, drowning, Wilkes-Barre
Aug 14 CHARLES RODGERS, fall from building, Pittston
Aug 17 ANDREW UNDO, Nanticoke
Aug 8 THOMAS JONES, drowning Forty Fort
Aug 14 JOHN HENRY, killed on railroad track
Aug 4 Mrs CORA FELL, alcohol, Wilkes-Barre
Aug 22 CHARLES DEITRICK, drowning, Wilkes-Barre
Aug 22 JAMES WALDRON, suffocated by gas, Wilkes-Barre
Sep 4 JOHN EVANS, killed on railroad tracks, Edwardsville
Sep 14 PETER THOMAS, drowning, Plymouth
Sep 14 CORA MCAFEY, drowning, Plymouth
Sep 17 ANN HAGGERTY, Plains
Sep 29 JOHN TISCHER, murder, Wilkes-Barre
Oct 1 HENRY CLARK, Wilkes-Barre
Oct 3 ELLA GILROY, suffocated by gas, Wilkes-Barre
Oct 6 JOHN THOMAS, alcohol, Plymouth
Oct 8 JOSEPH KLING, killed on railroad tracks, Wilkes-Barre
Oct 8 MARY MCCORMICK, heart disease, Pittston
Oct 15 WILLIAM ELGERS, killed on railroad tracks, Wilkes-Barre
Oct 15 RICHARD PERRY, killed on railroad tracks, Wilkes-Barre
Oct 20 ANN SHIVERS, killed on railroad tracks, Plymouth
Oct 22 JOHN O'BRIEN, killed on railroad tracks, Pittston
Oct 25 CHRISTOPHER HUCKLE, accidently shot, Nanticoke
Oct 31 THOMAS MARTIN, killed on railroad tracks, Plymouth
Nov 2 KATE PYNE, heart disease, Wilkes-Barre
Nov 7 ANTHONY CARDON, epilectic fit, Pleasant Valley
Nov 8 PETER DURB, heart disease, Wilkes-Barre
Nov 10 CATHERINE HUGHES, killed on railroad track, Mill Creek
Nov 10 MICHAEL KEHOE, suffocation by coal gas, Pittston
Nov 16 MARGARET MCFADDEN, heart disease, Pittston
Nov 17 ANN JONES, alcohol, Wilkes-Barre
Dec 11 F E HALLBAUER, heart disease, Wilkes-Barre
Dec 11 JACOB GEYER, killed on railroad track, Wilkes-Barre
Dec 12 JAMES COLEMAN, killed on railroad track, Wilkes-Barre
Dec 25 ANTHONY SHOMAGLYS, heart disease, Nanticoke
Dec 27 AUGUSTUS WATERSPEIL, Plainsville
Dec 29 WILLIAM WRIGHT, heart disease, Plainsville
Dec 10 CHARLES DRYER, killed on railroad track, Nanticoke
COMMON PLEAS JURORS TO REPORT MONDAY, FEB 8:
PETER SMITH (bricklayer), M J STEPHENS (cutter), C PRICE (carpenter), BYRON
SHOEMAKER (bookkeeper), J M WHITE (painter), DENNIS WARD (merchant), PATRICK
LENAHAN (gentleman), EDWARD FARLEY (clerk), J D WOODWORTH (merchant)
Huntington: B H BOWMAN (farmer)
Pleasant Valley: G B SEAMANS (physician), GEORGE CROOP (laborer)
Kingston Twp: STEPHEN DODSON (miner), T H BURNS (bottler)
Hazleton: CONDY O'DONNELL (farmer), THOMAS HART (agent)
Newport: JOHN SORBER (farmer)
Hazle: RICHARD PETERS (miner), E B COXE (operator), JAMES HART (foreman)
Plymouth: W H LOWE (miner), SYLVESTER ALDEN (engineer)
Hollenback: AMOS SCHOBERT (merchant)
Shickshinny: P P COPELAND (merchant)
Pittston: WILLIAM JOYCE (miner), EDWIN SCHOOLEY (merchant)
Ross: J B MOSS (farmer)
Exeter: MATTHEW DOUGHER (hotel)
Black Creek: NATHAN MITCHAEL (farmer)
Fairmont: G M BRANDOW (carpenter)
Hughestown: JAMES MORAN (miner)
Plymouth Twp: JOHN BERRY (miner)
Parsons: CALVIN PARSONS (gentleman)
Lehman: T D MEKEEL (farmer)
Wilkes-Barre Record, Mon, Jan 11, 1886
In Town Hill Dec 24 by Rev T O Clees, F B SHEERER, to ALLIE SUTLIFF, both of Waterton
In Town Hill Dec 24 by Rev T O Clees, W R DODSON of Kingston, to Miss KATE E KAMERLEY, of Town Hill
In Nanticoke Jan5 by Rev G H Ingram, N O DEWITT and Miss LULU GRUVER, both of Nanticoke
In Nanticoke Dec 29 by Rev G C Lyman, JAMES STOCKER, and Miss MARY SMITH, both of Wanamie
In Mahanoy City Jan 1, JOHN J COYLE, of Drifton, and Miss MARY GROODY, of Mahanoy City
In Pittston Jan 7 by Rev J G Evans, WILLIAM B EVANS, and Miss CATHERINE A DANIELS, all of Pittston
In Warrior Run Jan --, Mrs FANNIE MERWINE KEISER, mother of our venerable friend, Mrs E TORBERT, aged 94 years and 5 months.
Near New Columbus Dec 31, of paralysis, Mrs MARGARET HEATH, aged 72 years
In West Pittston Jan 8, S B CLARKE, aged 72 years
In Ashley Jan 8, of consumption, Mrs HARRIET EVANS
In Kingston Jan 9, CHARLEY J GROVER, aged 14 years. Funeral Monday at 2 o'clock from the residence of PAUL GROVER
In Nanticoke, the little daughter of CECELIA MORGAN died of scarlet fever last Thursday morning, and was buried Saturday
In Nanticoke, a child of Rev ROWLAND THOMAS, died of scarlet fever, also last Thursday, and was also buried Saturday.
In Plains, Saturday, Rev Father JOHN DUNN, pastor of Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Plains, and formerly at St Mary's, Wilkes-Barre. He was born in Towanda, Bradford County 38 years ago.
In Wilkes-Barre Jan 10, GEORGE CAFFEY, due to a stroke of epilepsy, brother-in-law of WILLIAM TURNER, Wilkes-Barre.
VALENTINE SMITH, an engineer on the L & S road, died Saturday. He was on his engine, which was standing at Rockport, when his fireman saw him fall over, and when he raised him up he was dead. It is supposed that heart disease was the cause of the sudden death. He resides at Penabscot and has been in the employ of the company for 12 years. He was about 50 years of age and leaves a wife and four children.
BURIED IN CITY CEMETARIES LAST WEEK:
WILLIAM K PHILLIPS, 62 years and 6 months, inflammation of the bowels
LETITIA CRAIG, 25 years, rheumatism of the heart
ROBERT CAVIL, about 55 years, inflammation of the lungs
St Mary's Cemetary:
JANE MORROW, 10 years
ISAAC EDWARDS, wife and daughter, paid Nanticoke a visit a few days ago. Years ago he worked as a miner here. Now, he works a farm near Clark Summit, Lackawanna County
Dec 23, From the Cardiff Mail, Wales: an explosion killed 79 miners at Mardy, Ferndale Valley, Wales.
Wilkes-Barre Record, Tue, Jan 12, 1886
In Wilkes-Barre Jan 9 by Rev J Gwyrhyd Lewis, ROLAND W HILL, of Wilkes-Barre, and Miss Margaret Jones, late of Rowan, South Wales.
In Wilkes-Barre Jan 9 by Rev J Gwyrhyd Lewis, WILLIAM E JONES and Miss JENNIE DAVIS of Wilkes-Barre.
THE NANTICOKE FUND:
The subscriptions to the fund for the relief of the widows and families of the victims of the Nanticoke disaster has now swelled to over $3,000.
ORPHANS COURT: Estates of:
MARY ANN DAVIS: exceptions to report of audit dismissed; report confirmed absolutely
ASHBEL LEE: ut supra
LENA THOMAS: exceptions to report of audit filed
GEORGE BROWN: return of sale of real estate confirmed nisi
JOHN SPECHT: return of inquest confirmed nisi
JOHN TAYLOR: sale of real estate auathorized and bond approved
GEORGE SUTTON: inquest awarded as prayed for
JOHN S WAGNER: sale of real estate confirmed nisi
DANIEL R JONES: ut supra
JOHN P DAUM: HENRY PARRY approved guardian
MARY BOHANNON: NEAL P JOHNSON appointed guardian of ELLEN and FRANK JOHNSON, and bond approved
ELIZA PARK: first and final account of JOEL R SUTLIFF, guardian, approved
SAMUEL REESE: continued to Mon Jan 18
REUBEN D ARNOLD: sale of real estate authorized
DAVID LLEWELLYN: return of sale confirmed nisi
EMILY GERTRUDE LEE: refusal of JOHN R LEE to take under will of decedent
Filed N BARNEY: report of sale of real estate confirmed nisi
G B NICHOLSON: first partial account of administrators confirmed as per agreement Widows appraisement approved in each of the following estates:
CHARLES V STAIR, FRANK D SMITH, DAVID LIDNER, BARNEY STROUD, W W MORGAN,
JOHN KERN, ALFRED S DENNIS, WILLIAM RANDALL, O K ARNOLD, L L AYRES, HENRY LAUN, ABRAHAM LONG, LEWIS B HARRIS, FRED B PARISH, E A SPAULDING, ELDRIDGE GARMAN, MARTIN GILROY
Report of audit filed in each of the following estates:
THOMAS MONTGOMERY, MARY ANN HILL, OWEN DONOHUE, ELIZABETH POWELL, BENJAMIN J EVANS, HANNAH E MAUPIN, THOMAS BRENNAN, ELIZABETH WHITMORE, SAMUEL WHITEBREAD, EDWIN RINKER
Accounts of administrators, executors, or guardians confirmed nisi in the estates of:
OLIVER EATON, ISAAC B FRANCE, SARAH C WARNER, MICHAEL CULLEN, J M or M N SMITH, CHAS. NOELKE, THEODORE H BRYMER, JAMES RUSSELL, ROBERT MAJOR, THOMAS GILES, HENRY YOST, HARRIET CAFFREY, JAMES BOYD, LUCY PACKER, GEORGE W DAVENPORT
Adjourned to Tuesday at 10 am
Wilkes-Barre Record, Sat, Jan 16, 1886
In Wilkes-Barre Jan 15, of malaria, HARRY M, son of F J NIEMEYER, aged 3 years 5 months and 24 days. Funeral on Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock, from the house, 124 North Canal Street. Interment at Hollenback Cemetary.
ORPHANS COURT: Estates of:
JAMES MOTT: audit of 5th partiall account of D K MORSE partially heard and continued
BERNARD NEVIN: audit of final account of administrators heard and closed
CHARLES NOELKE: audit of trustees account partially heard and continued
ANTOINETTE BECK: audit of final account of CHARLES H COOKE, administrator partially heard and continued
JOEL SNYDER: HARRISON NESBITT appointed guardian of minor children and bond approved
Adjourned to Saturday
The ice on the first pond hole on the Kingston flats is said to be 11 inches thick, and work will be forthwith commenced in harvesting it.
DOUGLAS SMITH is confined to his house, suffering from the effects of a severe rush of blood to the head
Wilkes-Barre Record, Tue, Jan 19, 1886
JOSEPH H STABELL: the three year old child of the late JOSEPH STABELL died about midnight last night of diphtheria. Notice of the time of the funeral will be given later. Mrs STABELL is in needy circumstances and some charitably disposed persons would find this a deserving object of their beneficence.
On Sunday morning, JOHN C STRONG, a resident of Ashley, formerly of White Haven, died at the home of his son-in-law, SAMUEL B WATSON, on Ashley Street, after an illness of several months duration at the age of 66 years.
He was the father of A P STRONG of Philadelphia, GEORGE STRONG of Phillipsburg, N. J., Mrs SAMUEL WATSON of Ashley, and Mrs L E TENNANT. The funeral will be held tomorrow at 2 pm, with services at the house, and interment at the Ashley Cemetary.
LYMAN COVELL, who died on Friday evening in Elmira was 91 years of age. He was born in Wilkes-Barre on April 10, 1795, and was the son of Dr Matthew Covell, a leading physician of Glastenbury, Conn.
JOSEPH H CHAPMAN, a former resident of Wilkes-Barre, died in East Mauch Chunk. He was born in Mass. and was about 85 years of age. Mr CHAPMAN was a carpenter and a civil engineer. He was a pupil in the old Wilkes-Barre academy about 1813. Death was due to pheumonia. Mr CHAPMAN was a great uncle of Mrs T W BROWN. Mrs BROWN's father and he were cousins.
ORPHANS COURT: Estates of:
J B EDWARDS: report of examiner on petition of sale of real estate confirmed nisi
JOSEPH STABELL: widow's appraisement confirmed nisi
JESSE B SCHOOLEY: report of audit of first and final account of administrator filed
Adjourned to Tuesday at 10 am
This afternoon between 2 and 3 THOMAS BRENNAN, the well-known sprinter from Shenandoah, and WILLIAM LAWRENCE of Plymouth, will run a 120 yard race at the Wyoming race course for $150 side
INCREASE IN STEERAGE RATES:
The Northern Atlantic Conference, which consists of the Cunard, White Star, Inman, National , Monarch, Guion, and Anchor steamship lines all running to British ports, have raised their prepaid steerage rates from $15 to $20.
MONTANA WANTS TO GET INTO THE UNION:
The Hon. W F Saunders, of Helena Montana, said while in Minneapolis, that the residents of the Territory of Montana are enthusiastic over the prospects for its admission as a state.
Wilkes-Barre Record, Wed, Jan 20, 1886
In Audenreid Jan 16 by Rev W W McNair, WILLIAM MORTON and SARAH KRIEDER, both of Jeanesville.
In Wilkes-Barre Jan 19, of brain and kidney trouble, BELL FLORENCE, daughter of MICHAEL and CHRISTIANA HANNON. Notice of funeral hereafter
In West Pittston Jan 18, of typhoid pneumonia, JOHN BONSTEIN, Jr, aged 25 years
In Pittston Jan 19, Mrs MARGARET MCDONNELL, aged 52 years
In Hazleton Jan 17, of heart disease, JOSEPH R SAUNDERS, aged 25 years
JOHN GOSS, living at Monroe, died on Monday. The funeral will take place today with interment in the graveyard at Monroe. His wife died three weeks ago, and a son two months ago.
The Nanticoke Relief Committee for the widows and orphans of the recent disaster has so far raised $8,534.61 in cash and merchandise as of Jan 16.
ORPHANS COURT: Estates of:
JOHN MOSS: rule granted to show cause
GEORGE CORAY: return of sale filed and Feb 1 fixed for confirmation nisi
Adjourned to Wednesday at 10 am
SPECIAL COMMON PLEAS JURORS to report Feb 23:
Wilkes-Barre: E D THORNTON (roofer), ISAAC LONG (merchant), WILLIAM OBERRENDER (deputy sheriff), C L BRASTOW (superintendent), SIMON LONG (merchant), W F DODGE (civil engineer), JOHN I LABAUGH (agent), JOHN FLANNERY (laborer), A.S. ORR (gentleman)
Pittston: THOMAS HINES (miner), FRANK DONLEY (saloon), DANIEL JENKINS (miner)
Plains: JOHN C WILLIAMS (farmer ), WILLIAM FOOTE (superintendent), JOHN MCCALLY (miner), THOMAS W LEWIS (miner)
Hazle: RICHARD DUNN (engineer), RICHARD MORRIS (coal shipper), FRANK EVANS (miner)
Plymouth: ZIBA VAN LOON (merchant), F H ARMSTRONG (clerk)
Plymouth Twp: OWEN MCDONALD (miner), MERRITT FREDERICK (boss)
Ashley: M A MCARTY (hotel)
Kingston Twp: PETER HENDERSON (miner)
Nanticoke: FRANK PITER (miner), C B EDDER (hotel)
Ross: H WILLIAMS (carpenter), JOSIAH POST (farmer)
Hazleton: C R BOMBOY (miller), JOHN GOVAN (machinist)
Laurel Run: P A OLIVER (manufacturer)
Hanover: JAMES FERRY (miner)
Jenkins: EVERETT GOODRICH (farmer)
Huntington: J W CHAPIN (farmer)
Wilkes-Barre Record, Thu, Jan 21, 1886
In Seybertsville Jan 16 by Rev J J Kuntz, PETER BOHLANDER and Miss RETTIE T GEARHART, both of Seybertsville
In Derringer Jan 19 by J Wagner, S W SNYDER and Miss EMMA M HARTER, both of Nescopeck
In Pittston Jan 19, BLANCHE, daughter of JAMES and MARY E COULTER, aged 10 years
In Honesdale Jan 17, of malignant scarlet fever, GRACE, youngest child of Rev and Mrs W H SWIFT, aged 2 years, 4 months, and 7 days
CORNELIUS O'BRIEN, a runner aged 16 years, employed at the Prospect colliery, met with a terrible death on Tuesday evening. He was engaged at the head of the slope unhitching the cars from the cable as they were drawn to the surface. As a trip came to the head he jumped on the car for the purpose of unfastening the cable. The engineer usually slackens up his engines so that the cable can be unhooked, but in this instance, for some reason which does not as yet appear, failed to do this, and the trip of cars was drawn at rapid speed into the woodwork of the hoisting house. The unfortunate boy was struck on the head by one of the timbers, and the whole top part of his head crushed. His death was instantaneous. The remains was removed to his residence at Miner's Mills.
JOHN TORRIGAN, of Pringle Hill, went into slope 4 of the D & H Coal Co, at Plymouth, yesterday afternoon, for the purpose of looking for work. While in the mines he failed to notice a trip of cars coming up behind him and was run down. One leg was cut off and he was otherwise badly mangled. He was removed to the residence of WILLIAM CLEARY, on Church St, where he expired two hours after his arrival. He was aged 58 years, and leaves a wife and four children, the latter all adults.
ORPHANS COURT: Estates of:
JOHN I WAGNER: rule granted on HANNAH WAGNER, administratrix, to show cause ANNIE HARRISON: administrator discharged
HELEN M STARK: rule granted to reopen audit
JULIA ANN STROH: bond of executor approved
A Wilkes-Barre RECORD representative yesterday conversed over the telephone with Williamsport, a distance of about 100 miles. The conversation was as satisfactory as for short distances.
Wilkes-Barre Record, Fri, Jan 22, 1886
In Wilkes-Barre Jan 20 by Rev R B Webster, WALTER S HIBBS, and Miss LIZZIE T WEHNER, all of Wilkes-Barre
In Parsons Jan 20, of pneumonia, JOHN FILAN, aged 30 years
In South Herberton Jan 20, EDWARD MCHUGH, aged 52 years
In Philadelphia Jan 18, of tumor, Mrs ANNIE HALEY, of Hazleton, aged 26 years
In West Hazleton Jan 20, Mrs ANNA STOOKEY, aged 89 years
Hazleton, Jan 21: WILLIAM MCGEE, a miner, was crushed to death last night in the Beaver Meadow mine by the falling of a heavy mass of roof rock. His body was horribly mangled.
Mrs GABRIEL, mother of ABNER GABRIEL, the blacksmith, was buried on Thursday. She is said to have been the oldest lady in Plymouth, having attained the age of nearly 90 years.
In Galveston, Jan 21: A party of nine cowboys visited the town of Burlington, several miles north of here last night. After becoming crazed with liquor, they terrorized the population, firing into windows and acting like savages. Deputy sheriff Cooke, with a posse, about daylight, ran the ruffians out of town, killing four of them and five horses in a running fight.
Wilkes-Barre Record, Sat, Jan 23, 1886
In Hazleton Jan 21 by Rev E A Bauer, GEORGE BAKER and Miss LIZZIE DIES, all of Hazleton
In Fairmont Springs Dec 31 1885 by Rev J F Kerlin, CHARLES SHULTZ and Miss EVA HARRISON, both of Fairmont
In Wilkes-Barre Jan 20 by Rev J Gwrhyd Lewis, SAMUEL COLE and Miss MARGARET THOMAS, both of Wilkes-Barre
In Wilkes-Barre Jan 18 by Rev J W Woehrle, AUSTIN W WENNER and Miss ELSIE F BELTZ, both of Wilkes-Barre.
In Browntown Jan 20, PATRICK LAFFEY, aged 71 years
In West Pittston Jan 21, ELIZABETH, wife of JAMES H TOMPKINS, aged 63 years
In Beaver Meadow Jan 21, of cancer, Mrs HENRIETTA STACKHOUSE, aged 64 years
In Plymouth Jan 22, JACOB BURKE died at his home on Pierce's Hill of neuralgia of the heart. He was an expert accountant and for many years was in the employ of H H Ashley & Co., but lately was employed by the Howell Mining Drill Co. He leaves a wife and four children. The funeral will take place Sunday at 2 pm from his late residence.
In Plymouth Jan 20, ELIZABETH, daughter of O P CLARK, aged 19 years and 7 months. The funeral took place Friday with interment in Shupp's graveyard, Rev Dr Brown officiated.
In Salem Township Jan 20, JOHN RABERT, Sr, age 80 years
In Larksville Jan 22, Mrs THOMAS KELLEY, died at her residence at the age of 74 years. She leaves one son, GEORGE KELLEY, besides her husband. The funeral will take place Sunday at 2 pm with interment at Forty Fort cemetary.
In Lehman Centre Jan 22, DANIEL J WHITEMAN, died of apparent erysipelas at the residence of his son, R A WHITEMAN. He was the son of JOHN WHITEMAN and was born at Fishing Creek, 11/12/1797. He was of German stock, the family having come to Luzerne County from Berks, though originally from Germany.
The family settled in Lehman when he was a lad about a dozen years old. He was a carpenter by trade, but when about 30 years of age engaged in farming on an extensive scale. He was twice married, first to REBECCA DEREEMER, to whom one son was born, MILO J WHITEMAN, who lives in Iowa. His second wife, ELLEN DEREEMER, a cousin of the first, died last summer. By this union there were four children, all of whom survive - R A WHITEMAN, county treasurer, ANNIE B WHITEMAN, MARGARET A., wife of GEORGE J MAJOR, and S J WHITEMAN, of the firm Whiteman and Peterson.
J M JACKSON received news yesterday from DeLeon Texas that his brother-in-law LEONARD COOLBAUGH, died at that place on the 7th inst. He formerly lived in Exeter, Wyoming County, and later in Moosic. His wife was a Pittston lady, formerly LIZZIE STOCKBRIDGE. She died some three years ago.
JACOB BRANDAN, aged 18, of West Hazleton, was killed in the Cranberry mines Thursday afternoon, by being struck by a runaway car.
SADIE, the two year old daughter of W T CLOSE, who died in Plymouth Wednesday evening of croup, was buried today at the new cemetary, Rev T J Phillips officiating
The family of Mrs ELIZABETH BEAUMONT COLLINS has postponed her funeral a day until the arrival of her daughter, Mrs JULIA STEEVER, who is now on the road, enroute from a military post on the western border of Texas, where her husband has been stationed for some time.
ORPHANS COURTS: Estates of
JAMES MOTT: audit of fifth partial account of executor continues
JOHN M REICHARD: examiner's report on guardian's petition for increases allowanc approved
J B EDWARDS: sale of real estate authorized
G M MILES:
HELEN M STARK: rule to open audit withdrawn
Accounts of executors, administrators or trustees approved absolutely in estates of:
HENRY YOST, JAMES BOYLE Jr, HARRIET CAFFREY, LUCY PACKER, MICHAEL CULLEN, OLIVER EATON, J B FRACE, J M SMITH, ROBERT MAJOR, JAMES RUSSELL, T H BRYMER, and CHARLES NOELKE
Distribution ordered in the estates of:
B J EVANS, OWEN DONAHUE, ELIZABETH POWELL, MARY ANN HILL, THOMAS BRENNAN,HANNAH E MAUPIN, THOMAS MONTGOMER, SAMUEL WHITEBREAD, ELIZABETH WHITMORE, and EDWARD RINKER
Wilkes-Barre Record, Mon, Jan 25, 1886
In Phillipsburg Dec 19, by Rev J R Bigon, J HARVEY PALMER, and Miss GEORGIA R HIBBS, both of Wilkes-Barre
In Plymouth Jan 23, EMANUEL JENKINS, high constable, died after a brief illness
In Edwardsville Jan 22, JOHN GIBBONS, aged 54, died of pneumonia. He had resided in the town about 21 years. He leaves a widow and one son. The funeral took place yesterday, with interment in St Mary's Catholic cemetary.
In Ashley Jan 17, JOHN C STRONG, aged 66 years, one of the pioneer settlers of White Haven, at the residence of his son-in-law, SAMUEL WATSON. Mr ATRONG was born in Sullivan Co. New York April 2, 1819. He came to White Haven in 1840, and resided here until 1885. He married JULIA CHILDS, April 17, 1841, who, with three sons and two daughters - all married - survive him. His was the first death in the family. At his request he was buried in Ashley Cemetary.
In Butler Twp Jan 9, SIMON ROTH, aged 80 years
In Grand Tunnel Jan 23, of diphtheria, MAY, daughter of WORTHY CARBER, aged 5 years. Funeral Tuesday; interment in Hyde Park Cemetary
In Pleasant Mount, Wayne Co., Jan 23, LUCY HOWE BROWN, aged 85 years. She was born Jan 15, 1801. She was married Sep 23, 1822, to THOMAS H BROWN, at Pleasant Mount, where she passed the remainder of her days. She and her husband lived happily together for 56 years, he dying Mar 23, 1878. Three sons survive her: HENRY W, of St Paul, Minn, W. WALLACE, with whom she made her home, and S. L., of this city.
BURIAL PERMITS LAST WEEK:
ELIZA FROLICH, 3 years, whooping cough
GARFIELD A MORGAN, 4 years, convulsions
ALBERT DEITRICK, 28 years, consumption
BELLA FLORENCE HANNON, 3 years, kidney disease and dropsy of the brain Hollenback Cemetary:
JOSEPH H STABELL, 3 years, diphtheria
LEONA NICHOLS, 4 years, diphtheria
Unnamed child of THOMAS COOK
Mrs ELIZABETH COLLINGS, 70 years
St Mary's Cemetary:
CORNELIUS O'BRIEN, 17 years, Miner's Mills
Mrs BRIDGET JENNINGS, 30 years, Plainsville
JOHN CORRIGAN, 60 years, Kingston
JOHN R FILAN, 31 years, Parsons
JAMES MORAN, 60 years, Kingston
JOHN GIBBONS, 55 years, Kingston
St Nicholas Cemetary:
HENRY WOLSIEFFER, 1 year, croup
Wilkes-Barre Record, Tue, Jan 26, 1886
In Parsons Jan 21 by Rev J Jones, HARRY FORSEY and Miss GEORGIA ANNA SMITH, both of Mill Creek
In Harrisburg Jan 24 by Rev Father McBride, CHARLES H HIGGINS, a one-time resident of Wilkes-Barre but now a resident of Austin, Texas, and Miss JENNIE BAKER, of Harisburg
In Wilkes-Barre Jan 25 by Alderman Wesley Johnson, JOHN W RAYNEER, and Mrs MARY E ANGLE, both of West Nanticoke
In Wilkes-Barre Jan 25, WILLIAM H TENNANT, died at his residence at 31 South Street of consumption, at the age of 48 years. He leaves a wife and 2 children, EMMA J, wife of FREDERICK H PRICE, and JULIA E, aged 16 years.
The funeral will be held from his late residence on Wednesday at 2 pm, with services in the Central M E Church, interment in the Hollenback Cemetary.
In Wilkes-Barre Jan 24 of scarlet fever, EMMA L HAND, daughter of ALEXANDER HAND, aged 2 years and 7 months
FATAL RAIL ACCIDENT:
A peculiarly sad and fatal accident by which JOHN MULLIGAN, of White Haven, an employee of the Lehigh Valley RR, was instantly killed at tem o'clock yesterday morning. Deceased was a brakeman on a gravel train, which at the time of the accident was side tracked between Port Blanchard and Plains.
MULLIGAN stepped out on to the main track to flag the south bound local accomodation, but was unfortunately struck by the engine and hurled some distance from the track with fatal results. The deceased was unmarried, aged 25, and boarded at Five Points.
NOTHING NEW AT NANTICOKE:
The work of clearing up the blocked gangways at Slope 1, Nanticoke, is being carried on slowly, and nothing whatever has been discovered tending to throw any light on the fate of the entombed men.
Surgical skill has now progressed to the point of taking out a man's kidney, cleaning it, and putting it back in again.
Mothers, if you are failing, broken, worn out, and nervous, use "Wells
Health Renewal". $1.00. Druggists
Wilkes-Barre Record, Fri, Jan 27, 1886
In Wilkes-Barre Jan 26, of croup, FRANKLIN ALEXANDER GARRISON, aged 3 years 5 months and 2 days, oldest son of the late BENJAMIN GARRISON
In Wilkes-Barre Jan 26, of pulmonary phthisis, MARY ALICE, wife of CHRISTIAN WALTER
Mrs WALTER was the daughter of G H and MOLLY KNELLY and was born in Conyngham Dec 28, 1850. She was married thirteen years ago to Mr WALTER, and their union was blessed by two children, both of whom survive. Beside her husband and children, her parents and three brothers, and three sisters are left to mourn. The funeral will take place tomorrow at 3:30 pm, from the family residence, 57 Ross Street. [condensed]
In Toledo, Ohio, Jan 21, general congestion, caused by cancerous poisoning, Mrs FRANCIS A BARNES, wife of CHARLES T BARNES, aged 51 years and 4 months.
Most all of the private ice houses in this city are stocked for the summer.
The supply was gathered from the ponds in the suburbs.
Wilkes-Barre Record, Thurs, Jan 28, 1886
Total cash and donations to Jan 22 total $ 9, 288.26
[NOTE: After almost 3 months of these newspapers, I am happy to say I found an article about my mother's grandfather: Hugh McGarvey. It appears below. Ed, Phoenix]
A FAMILIAR FACE: Among the horny fisted sons of toil attending the labor meeting is HUGH McGARVEY of Beaver Meadow. Hugh is an old-timer, and it is just as natural for him to act as secretary of labor conventions as it is for a fish to swim. Of late years he has been dispensing justice with the impartiality of the blind goddess and has come to be regarded as a terror to evil doers of his native heath. Being a man of a great deal of practical and theoretical knowledge, his services have always been regarded as valuable to the workingman. In the past he has been regarded as an "agitator", but time has broadened him considerably, and now he sees things through the mellow spectacles of experience and age
Wilkes-Barre Record, Fri, Jan 29, 1886
In Wilkes-Barre Jan 28 at St Stephen's Episcopal Church by Rev H L Jones, assisted by Rev Duncan McCulloch, of Pleasant Valley, NY, JAMES WILLIAM MCCULLOCH, of New Brighton, NY, and Miss JANE, daughter of F J LEAVENWORTH, Esq, of Wilkes-Barre. Ushers included the bride's brother, FRANK, her cousin, WILLIAM W ARNETT of Philadelphia, the groom's brother, EDWARD of Idaho, and his cousin, RUSSELL HUBBARD of Philadelphia. Best man was ALLAN MCCULLOCH of NY, a cousin. Upon the return from the honeymoon, they will make residence in New York City. [condensed]
In Wilkes-Barre Jan 26 by Rev J T Mathews, THOMAS WILLIAMS and MAGGIE DAVIS, both of Wilkes-Barre
In Bear Creek Twp Jan 27, FREDERICK SEARFOSS, aged 36 years. The remains were taken to Monroe Co for interment
In Northmoreland, Wyoming Co., Jan 24, ALONZO JACKSON, aged 83 years
In Plains Jan 28, GERTRUDE, daughter of T M and AMANDA CONNIFF. Funeral Saturday at 2 pm
On Monday last, ALEXANDER HAND, of Georgetown, lost a little girl three years of age from scarlet fever. A younger daughter has since been taken down by the disease.
Jan 16 Hanover: TOM OPLINGER, an old time resident, has left this little village for the far West, to hut up untold riches.
Kingston: L GRIFFIN, son of Rev A GRIFFIN, has moved his family to Kingston from Plains and is employed at Edward's & Co store.
COMMON PLEAS JURORS to report Monday, Mar 8:
Wilkes-Barre: SAMUEL GOTTFRIED (merchant), JACOB ABRAMS (clerk), LORENZO
HALL Sr (brickmaker), A H VAN HORN (banker), H J DENNIN (hotel), C A
HARRISON (merchant), PATRICK MURRAY (editor), ANTHONY DURKIN (engineer)
Exeter Twp: JOHN WILSON (farmer)
Wilkes-Barre Twp: JOHN FLYNN (miner)
Upper Lehigh: PATRICK MULLIGAN (miner)
West Pittston: A H STANTON (butcher), JOHN H BROWN (merchant)
Plymouth: W G ENO (agent)
Nanticoke: DAVID JONES (engineer)
Plains: JOSEPH DAGGAN (miner), GREGORY FLYNN (miner), JOHN CORCORAN (miner)
Jackson: GEORGE JOHNSON (farmer)
Union: JACOB GLACE (agent)
Pleasant: Valley: THOMAS TIGUE (miner)
Hazleton: PHILLIP MCCUE (miner), TAAYLOR ANTWATER (machinist)
Wright: ANATHONY MCHALE (shoemaker)
Marcy: JAMES GILHOOLEY (miner)
New Columbus: D L CHAPIN (machinist)
Plymouth Twp: HUGH JONES (carpenter)
Miners Mills: M MAYCOCK (merchant)
Ashley: MICHAEL WARNER (laborer)
Jenkins: AUTHUR MALIA (miner)
Luzerne Boro: J L CRAWFORD (boss)
Denison: M MCDONALD Jr (brakeman)
Pittston: THOMAS WALSH (miner)
Sugar Notch: JOSEPH BRADSHAW (miner)
Hazle: WILLIAM RICHARDS (boiler-maker)
ON THE EDITORIAL PAGE:
Gen Crook and his 3,000 men are unable to put a quietus on the murderous Apaches. The death of Capt Crawford is particularly unfortunate, as he was known to be one of the best Indian fighters in the service
Wilkes-Barre Record, Sat, Jan 30, 1886
In Mauch Chunk Jan 28 by H E Sutherland, JOHN OUTCH of Hazleton and Miss M BELLE DENNISTON, of Tamaqua
In Wilkes-Barre Jan 26 by Rev J W Woehrle, THOMAS LEHR and Miss MARY MARSH, both of Wilkes-Barre
WALTER S CARPENTER has a new arrival in his home - a son
W W LATHROPE's boys are delighted over the advent of a dear little sister at their home, which they hope to take out on their sleds some fine winter day.
In Wilkes-Barre Jan 29, of diphtheritic croup, CARL, son of Mr and Mrs C P HUNT, aged 2 years and 5 months
In Wilkes-Barre Jan 28, JOHNNIE T MULLIGAN, son of FRANCIS and KATE MULLIGAN, aged 5 months anda 4 days
The party of Wilkes-Barre ladies who are about to take a trip to the Pacific coast will spend two months at Monterey, a delightful resort in California. They will start Feb 11 and will be part of the Raymond Excursion. The ladies are: Mrs E S LOOP, Miss MARTHA MAFFETT, Miss MARY HARVEY and her nieces, the Misses RIEMAN. On her return, Miss MAFFETT will stop in Colorado to visit her sister, Mrs LATHAN W JONES.
Taylor of the Montrose Republican is the handsomest newspaper man in the northern tier, but he will soon be compelled to wear a wig
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