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VUTS SCEAKTON TKlBTWE-SATimDAT HOKNIN&,' SEPTEMBER 1. 189.
RISE OF WELSH
NATIONALITY
BrcWjIshop Howell, of Wrexham, Contributes
as Eloquent Communication.
INTELLECTUAL LIFE OF WALES
It Has Been Greatly Stimulated During
Recent Years by the Development
of a Sentiment Favorable to a Strong
National Individuality But This
Sentiment Is Not Hostile to the ln
tcgrity of the British Empire.
For Vie Saturday Tribune.
Among the influences which have
contributed to the revival of national
feoling in Wales may bo mentioned
the natural reaction from the long and
persistent repression of the patriotic
instincts of the Welsh people, on the
part of the "powers that tie" in church
and state. A spring cannot for ever bo
kept under, and the longer it is sup
pressed the more copious and irresist
ible will its outllow become. Ho it has
been in Wales. Something may also
be said for tho fact that meu of char
acter, intelligence and position, such
as the late Henry Richard, the late
Dean of Bangor aud others, becamo
the champions of the Welsh national
ism, and by them the cause was lifted
Up to a higher level aud made to com
mand the candid consideration of our
public men. Moreover, a practical di
rection was civen to the feeling of
nationality by Bettiug before it objects
of great utility, such as the closing of
fmblio houses on Sunday, tho estab
ishment of the University Colleges of
Xvorth ana boutu Wales, ami latterly
the promotion of intermediate educa
tion in Wales.
But far more than any of the influ
ences combined must be ascribed to
the extension of political privileges to
the great mass of the people of Wales.
With the passing of the act of 18(16,
there came as great a change in the at
titude of the Welsh people as had al
most ever been known in the history
of any nation of modern times. Tho
nation rose in its might, as "a giant
refreshed with wine," and asserted its
rights with au energy that astonished
none more than those who were lead
ers on the popular side. I simply
mention the fact historically, without,
of course, any opinion as to the result s.
But beyond anything and everything
else, is tlie revival ot national leeling
in Wales due to the power of the
Welsh press. The population of Wales
and Monmouthshire is estimated at
1,570,000. Of this it may certainly be
saiu man tuny one-tnira speait weisii
only as the language of daily lite. An
other third may be said to sneak
Welsh and English indiscriminately
in social and commercial intercourse,
but who use Welsh only for devotional
fiurposes, and for the discharge of re
igi,eus duties in the house hold and on
the .Lord's Day.
THE WELSH NEWSPAPEHS.
The Bishop of St. Asanh. in a caleu
lation made some time ago, estimated
that only 88 per cent, of the inhabit
ants of Wales and Monmouthshire
worship in English, leaving tho re-
maing 62 per cent, to bo worshippers
in weisn. auq wunt is the mental
food provided in the vernacular for
tnose whose reading is Welsh? With
out wearying you with statistics I
may say that there are seventeen
weekly newspapers published in the
vemaeumriu wuies, wuu a circula
tion of fully 120,000 a week. There arc
twenty monthly and quarterly publi-
J e l : ,
vuuuiio, uuo ui muni uuviiig u circula
tion of 37,700 a month, and tho eircu-
lation of the magazines published in
me vernacular is saia to amout to lot),.
000 a month. A Arm of Welsh pub
lishers, some years ago, laid out no less
than $00,000 in the production of a
single Welsh work, and with such sat
isfactory results that they are now
. bringing out a second edition. A
Welsh-English dictionary, now in
course of publication, lias taken a lmlf
guinea quarto volume of 400 pages to
reacn me ena or me urst letter in the
alphabet. Three leading lirms of
Scotch publishers have taken to pub
lish Welsh works, and one has already
sold to the amount of S181 ,2."0.
On a fair computation the Welsh
reading public, in and out of Wales.
spend $1,000,000 a year on Welsh liter
ature published in tho Welsh ton cue.
A firm of publishers in mv lato narisli
of Wrexham send some hundreds of
pounds worth of Welsh books to the
Colonies every year. In the United
btatea there are twelve Welsh newsr
pers published every week, and tho
sale of Welsh books iu America is
steadily on the increase.
THE WELSH AS KEAUEHS.
A year ago, Principal Edwards, then
of Aberystwith, was induced to write
his commentary on the Hebrews in
Welsh. An edition of C.000 was an
nounced, every copy of which was
sola wHum tive flays or its publication.
A second edition of 5,000 was put into
the press, 8,000 copies of which had
already been paid for 13,000 of a work
or turn description in three months,
All this affords ample proof of the
vitality of the Welsh language, of tho
extent to which it is cultivated, and
the undying attachment of the Welsh
people to their ancient mother tongue
even wncn scattered over the world
and dwelling in foreign lands.
Such, then, have been the influen
ces at work in producing such a aulck
enlng of patrlotio enthusiasm as has
rarely, if ever, been known in the his
tory of any nation In m -Iflrn times.
Looking at the past it would have
been no wonder if the very last spark
of national life had died out from tho
hearts of the Welsh people. It is hard
to conceive how more 'determined
efforts could have been made than
were made during several centuries to
crush out the characteristics of tho
Welsh people to exterminate their
language, to root up their patriotic in
stincts and to blot out their existence
as a nation from among tho national!
ties of the civilized world,
WELSH A RICH LANQUAafe
For a nation to lose its lancruacro is
to lose that which is an importont part
of . itself. Not only so, but it must
never be forgotten that the Welsh Ian-
guage is admittedly one of the richest
or an the ancient languages of the
world. It claims close afllnity with
banscrit, ureek ana .Latin. It is pre-
eminently rich in root-words. Dr,
Owen Pughe's Welsh-English diction
ary is said to contain 80,000 words; aud
the dlotlonary of tanon silvan Evans,
now in course or puoutation, will con
tain 10,000 more, This speaks highly
of the resources of our language, when
I remind you that Webster's English
dictionary contains only some 43,500
words. Nor 1b this all, for while two
fifths of the English language la made
up of foreign elements, the Welsh dic
tionary is almost wholly made up o:
native words. And, surely, such a
language is worth cultivating, and it
would be a loss to the world ir it was
relegated to the limbo of dead lan
guages.
England's glory is our heritage nnd
our birthright, as much at least as that
of any other national clement of which
our empire Is made up. We do not
mean to renounce our share iu that
heritage; wo do not mean to surrender
our claims to a portion of that glory.
it lias been a saying in W ales, tiiat, me
Cymro would light for the Crown of
Britain even if worn by a gate post.
This is our strong way of expressing
our loyalty to the constitution under
which we live. We have buried old
ealousies and old antipathies iu a
grave out of which there is no resur
rection. We are true as steel to what
now an old alliance; but we have
not lost our national individuality,
and we do not mean to lose it. lis
cultivation is not aiitngonistic to that
union of hearts between the dillerent
races of tho empire which is essential
llio peace and prosperity oi an.
'here is no antagonism between true
patriotism and that feeling of friendli
ness and good will which we should
feel and cultivalo toward men of other
nations. There is no conflict of inter
ests between tho Welshman's love of
his beloved Wales, and his loyalty to
tho institutions of that greater Britain
of which he forms tho base. Any other
feeling would be but a spurious pa
triotism, a contentious, suicidal sel
fishness, which every true Cymro will
be the first to denounce.
David Howei.ls,
Archdeacon, Wrexham Deanery, Can
on ol St. Asaph Cathedral, Aug. zi.
Stock! and Bonds.
New Yoiik. Abu. 31. Speculation nt tho
Stock exchange was quiet nnd except for
the dealings iu Amoricun Sugar tlio trade
would have been absolutoly without ten
ure. Tlio fotol sales were only lu.MI
shnres against 207.7U0 shares yestordny,
and "1I,T0U ou Wednesday. Net chuugos
show losses oil Val per coat., Aniorican
Sugar leading.
The rnnu'o of yesterday's Driers for the ac-
tivo stocks of tln'Mow York stuck market aro
Klvon Mow. The quetntkms aro furnished
Tub Tiiiiu'NK ly H. tin H. Diminirk. mannaer
ol William Linn Alien A (A.., stock brokers,
41. spruco street, ccrautuii.
Open- hUh-ina.
Am. Pot. Oil. 8;i?fi 114
Am Sueur. 107 101 M
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Cbioaro Grata and Provisions.
Tbo raniio of TeBterday's prices (or tho ac
tive sto( k of tbn Now York atoek market aro
im-nn below. 1 he iniotations ar furnished
niK Tiiiiu'NK oy I, uu li. inniinicK, mana
ger or William Linn. Allen to., bioch uroK
ers, 412 Syruco atrost, Scranton:
Open- Hifjli- Low- Clos
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flcranton Wholasala Markat
PCHANTON. AUK- 31. FllUlT AND PltODUCB
Urlod apples per pound, uaia: evap
orated apples, i laiio. per pounu; u urKisa
prunes, 5a5Jo.: English currants, SaiiJcj
layer rnmins, m.idhi.oiv, lnusuaieia, si.w
1.40 per box; new Vnlencins, bate, per
ponnd.
Beans Marrow-fats, f3.40aa.50 per
bushel; mediums, ? J.00al.U.
f s urean, Sl.loal.idO per bniutl; put.
ta.fiOaa.BO; lentels, 5. to Ho. per poind.
Potatokb New, 75 to 80c. por bushel.
Onions I'.UHhel, 70 to 7Bc.
Bottkr 17c. to SSe. per lb,
Chfuse yalOMc. par ib.
Eoas Fresh. KalSo.
llEATn-Ilams, 12 Uc.; snmll hams, 13s,;
skinned hnms. lie: California bains,
9c; shoulders, hc; bellies, BJo,; smoked
DrenKiaHt tiacoii, i.'c.
Kmoked Bkkf Outsides. laKc: sots,
lHc: in sides nnd knuckles, 10';o, Acme
sliced smukod beef, 1 liouud cans, $'XH
aozen.
Pouk Moss nt $10: short cut, f 17.
Lard Leaf In tierc at D'-i's.: in tabs.
v;i.s in lU-ponna palls, 10Vo. por ponnd
6-ponnd pails, H)c. per pound; 8-ponnd
palla. lue. per ponnd; compound lard
tier'ios, 7c; tubs, Ytfc; lU-ponna pans,
7o. per ponnd; B-pound pails, 7o. per
pound; o-noundpails, be. per pound.
Flock Minnesota paUnt, per barral.
W.OOa4.20; Ohio and Indiana ambar, at
ti.a: uranam at - rya Hoar, at
3.00.
Fun-Mixed, vn cwt. at SL2".
GitAiri-KT. (15a.: corn. C4toC7o. oata.
43 to 550. par busheu
ivTB faTHAW 1'or ton, 5i3ftlu,
llAY-$14.50alO.
Nw York Froduca Markat
New Youk. Aue, 01. Flour About
Steady.
W heat Dull, Xc hicbar. firm, wo,
red store 'and elevator. fiSo.; nfloat. CSa
W'c.if. o. b., o84a50c; nnttraded rod, C2a
68c. j No. 1 northern, 65a05c; options
closod stoady at unohancred prices to o,
advance witn trading actlvo; December
and September most active; September,
nec.; uctoDer, wa; uocemDor, ic.
May. COVc.
cobn Dull, firm; No. 2, 03Jc; elevator,
o3Xc afloat; options modarately active,
strong aiui aic. cicner. Aiay most ac
tive; Septamber, fi2Jio.; October, C2c; De-
cemner, ao-; aiay, mo.
Oats Fairly active, firmer; Septem
ber, 84c; October, 85c; November,
aio; Decambor, 87c; No. 2 white,
uotoDer, B7 wo.; tpot prices, .No S3. B3!i
84c; No. 2, whlto, 30ku3fiic; No. 2 Chi
cago, 84a35&; No. 8, !!3o. No. 8 white,
anc; ;mixeu wesiorn, S4ajuc.; waits uo.
oua4ic; wnitn state, ena4ic.
Brev Dull, steady; family, 10.00a
I'J.ikw; extra mess, I8.(i0ns..w.
Bkkf Hams Quiet, steady; $22.00.
Tierced Bkf.k Dull; firm; city extra
inula mesa, h.iiu.
CuTMEATU-Quietsteadyrpickled bellies.
13 lbs, B"ic; pickled shoulders, 7c; pickled
nams, iiaiviu; miuuies nominal.
Lard Quiet, higher; western steam
closod at IS. 73- asked; city, Sag'i'c.j tep-
tomoer ciosoa reunea nrnier: couti
nent, ti).00 Kouth Amorica, 'J.25; com.
pound, (lc.
Pork Fair flemand; firmi snleB 400 bar-
rolls; most ?15,25alfi.S0; extra prime, $13.50,
an.i.
Butter Quiet,nasy; state aairy,14a23c
uo. creamery, lsa'J4e.;i Pennsylvania, do.
18a24c; western dairy, 13Wnl7c, do,
creamery, 16a21o.; do. factory, 18nt0a;
elirins, 24c; imitation creamery. 15al8c
CuiKWt Moderate demand, easier; state
large, eaiuio.; innoy, loo,; do. small,
Xaiu?io. part minis, 4aBHc; lull aklms,
oanHc.
Eoos Onfet: fancy steady; ice home.
14Jalfiat western- fwh,. 10al7&; do., per
ease i.ioao,w.
GENERAL HEWS
OF INDUSTRIES
One featura of the prevalent im-
provemeut in business is the fact that
the increase is not all confined to grain.
Shipments of lumber, live stook, frnits
nd Tezetablag are very large with
many of the roads. Coal is also mov-
ng in considerable quantities, und
now that paoplo iknow more about the
tariff, wut bound business is improv-
ng. Another result brought about
through the improvement in business
ia that hundreds of train crews who
are been idle since lust January are
back at work and the number is daily
ncreasing. Engineers of maintenance
f way are being given more rope in
the matter of m iking improvement! to
roadbeds, and all along the line there
is a better feoling us the number of
freight trains inorames and side
tracks are cleared of all idle cars.
The nnthrncito conl sales agents, at
their meeting iu New York this week.
greed to restrict the September pro-
uction to 'J.&UU.imu tons, the same as
for the present month. The meeting
was short and, apparently, har
monious, and the question of prices was
ot even considered. In this connec
tion it is asserted tbnt prises on certain
grades of coal have been ent within
he past ten days no less than !f 1.15
per ton. while tho coal was not ot the
best quality, the cireular price is, nev
ertheless, $4.15 per ton, and it has been
selling at :!.
A dispatch from Cleveland says that
during the past week there has been a
marked improvement in the lake car
rying trade. Within a few days ore
rates from tho upper lakes have been
advanced 20 cents per ton, with a very
light offering of tonnage. Three weeks
ago many Heats, or portions of them,
were laid up awaiting charters. Today
everything that will carry a cargo is in
service. The vessel owners have agreed
araoug themselves not to oarry a ponnd
of coal from the lower lake ports to the
upper lakes at less than 50 cents per
ton, and there is every indication that
this lignre will be freely paid and even
raised within a few days. Marine men
generally believe that businees will be
very brisk, with good rates from now
on till tho olose of navigation.
...
The Pennsylvania railroad, for the
week ended Augunt 18, moved an un
usually large quantity of coal and coke,
howlng a ievival in manufacturing
industries, especially iron, along the
line of its railroad system. The total
tonnage of anthracite, bituminous and
coke carried over the lines of the renn
vlvania railroad east of Pittabnrg and
Erie for that weak exoeed 400,000 tons.
The figures of the year 1801 to Augnst
11 showed that the Pennsylvania rail
road's total tonnage of coal and coke had
fallen off 3,070,185 tons, as compared
with the corresponding period of last
year, bnt tbo gain for the week ended
Augnst 18 has reduced this loss of ton
nage about 150,000 tons, the increased
movement ot coal being nearly 100,000
tons, while that of coke exceeded 00,000
tons. Latest advices are that the
Pennsylvania railroad's coal and coke
tonnage also made still further increase
last week.
. .
The Wilkes-Barrre Eecord leartis
that an important ch antra will be an
nounced on the Lebigh Valley railroad
in a few weeks, it having been decided
upon several dnys ago. At present
Superintendent ksser, of Wilkes-liarre,
bae oharge ol the North Branch Ul
vision, running from Coxton to Sayre,
but he is to be given charge of the
Seneca division also, which runs from
Sayre to Manchester, N. Y., giving him
the sucerintendency of the two at
visions. The Seneca division is now in
oharge ef J. C. King, who will resign.
Mr. Laser will nave jurisdiction over
the important terminals at Sayre and
the shops at that place. It is possible
that his oflice will be moved from
Wilkes-Bnrre to Sayre.
.
Minor Industrial Notesi
The froicht officials of the Big Four say
tho troight tonnage with thorn Is now only
limited by the cars which can be com
manded.
Tho tonnage of tho Tittsburg, Fort
Wayne and Chicnco and of the Pennsyl
vanla lines east nnd west for tbe last ten
days has excoedod all formor records.
West bound travol is now so heavy, on
account of neonle returning from the sea
board pleasure resorts, that on nearly all
turotigu trains extra Bleeping coacnes are
being hauled.
Johu Lar.arns, of the Indianapolis, De
catur nnd Westnrn, with headquarters at
Indianapolis, but formerly of lJlttston,
says his road is doing a splendid business
aud would do more had it enougn cars.
The merchants of Pittsburg have sent a
longtby petition to tho general passenger
agents of the trunk linos, praying that they
make a uniform rata of I cent a milo to the
Grand Army of the Republic encampment,
Tho coll for the regular bi-monthly meet
ing of the pnsBengar department ot tufl
Central Trafllo association has been issued
for Sopt. S. Tbe principal matter on the
docket is the proposed abolition oi stop
overs on all tickots.
The colliory of tho Dolawaro. Lacka
wnnna and Western company at Avoudale
will resume work on Monday, alter a sus
pension of ono month for repairs. This
will givo employment to a large number
of men and ooys who nave Deon idle.
The work of re-cribbing the Notting
ham shaft at Wilkes-Barre. which lias not
beeu timbered for twenty years, will be
begun at once. It is expected that it will
take about thirty days to complete this
work. The mine will be idle during this
time.
An ex-rallwav official alleges that some
ot tho roads which have been paying re
bates to shipners have not been even
fnuare" in transcressine the law. It ia
claimed that the shippors received only
part of the amount of the rebate, the man
who secured the rebate setting a certain
amount and the railway oQlcials the bal
ance. lie thinks that within a short time
some ugly phases ot the rebate system will
come to toe surface.
14th.SBWBR DISTRICT.
In he: Ai,iioiufimut of viewers to ascertain costs, damages and expenses andassoss the
bouoflta for the Fourteenth llistrirt Main sower of tho Thirteenth ward of the city of
Scrautou. No. Mil. Man term 1M14, common ploas, Lackawanna county.
Notice ia hi-roby ffiven that our report as viewers in the abovo case has bien filed In tho
pruthonotury'a ollico of tho county of Lackawanna,
Tbo following is a schedule of benefits found by us as is shown in said roport:
Buoklen's Arnloa Salve.
Tl, hoaf. anlvn In thn world for Chita
Bruises, Bores, Ulcers, Salt Kheum. Fever
Dores, letter, nappeu xiauus, iuuumiuh,
('nrnn and all fckiu Emotions, and DOii-
tivelv cures Plies, or no pay reauired. It
1 miRrmntl to irive perfect satiaf aotloa
or money rofnnded. Price US centa per
box. Por sale by Matthews tiros.
Stand at the Head.
For thirty years
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every prominent dca
lcrinthoUnltcdStatcs.
in Duobcr trade
mark In tills country,
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-MulHKiin, 1'.
Olivor, David...
Wc-bi.r, A
Wilbur, Dr
Culninan. 11
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Street
or
Aveuuo.
Penn avenue
Penii avenue
Penn avenue
Penn avenue
Penn avenue
lVnu avenue
lVnu avenu.
l'eun avenue.
dill), David
Hell-tiny, c. T
Vnrliis, Mrs. Ada
Tulii-v, C. I.
Thti'l Citthurina
JiurnH, Jame.s
Hntdy, 3. K
Prink, William
Dulluy, Frank estate,
Lewis, John F ,
Cniirad, K. S
Conrad, E. H
Conrad, K. 8
Colli ml, E. S
Conrad, E. H
Frederic! F. C
Conrad, Andrew
Wehliiu, Dr. L
JIul loon, James
Aluldoon, Jaini H
Vvaylntid, Waltor
re nn avenne
Capo tiso avonu-i
CitpottNO aveuue, .....
Capouse aveuuo
Capoustt and Cherry,
Cherry Lane
cherry Litno
Larch street
Lari-h street
Larch Htreet
Laich street..
-Mousey aveuuo
Moiisoy aveuuo
Mousey aveuuo 411x1110
Jlnnsey avennu.
Cherry aveuue. ,
Mousey aveuuo
Mousey avenue,
Ponu aVDiiuu.,,,
Punn ave mo...,
...Puiin aveuuo.
Uibbn. Alfred Point avenue
Smith, L. H New York street.,.
Mone, John ow orkstreet.
TouMiml. A. li.
lloujamiu, 8. (J
Kelly, T. J ,
Kelly, T. J
Townsend, B
Ayleswnrth Bros
Jones, Byron
UadiKitn. Kiehard
Curr and C'omp
litlli,;au, liicliard
Webster, D, W
Oakley, D. K
C'r.ine, J.'.mes
Oakley, D. K ,
Holiau, P.. A ,
Oakley. D. K
O'Malley, Kato
llobau, B. A
Maloney. Peter
Kelley, Mrs. Ann
Dippro, Mrs
liat'ter, John F
Loftus, Charlos
Lutz, George
K- arnoy, James estuto.
llenore, Johu
JlcNally, Mrs. E. J
Stowart. Charles
Me Hush, Mrs. C...
Jlclluxh, Mrs. 0...
HeanianH, C. 8
Ilaslor, D. M
..Now York street
....New York stroiit
Capousu avenue
Capouse avenue
CnpouRo avenue.
....Capouau avenue
....Capouse avuuuo
....Capouse avenue
....Capouse avenuo.
Capouo u ven ue.
Capouso aveuuo
.....Capouvo avenuo.
Cipunso avenue.,,..,.
('apouse avenuo
Chiiouho avenue
CapouBO avenuo
Capouso avenuo
Capouso avenuo ,.
Capouso avenue ,
Capouse avenue
apouse avenue
Wyoming avenue
Wy. niing avenue
Wyoniintf avonue.....
Peun avenue
Penn avenuo
,. l'eun avenuo
Penn avenuo, ,;s
........Penn avenuo
Penn avenue
Penn avouuo
Ponn avenue
Stewart, Mrabarah Penn avenuo
Lrock.Dimmick & lioyuolds.New Yorkatront
B.dksy, Mrs. M. A
Harvey, Alrrea
llanloy, Anthony
Hmalliidi;e, Mrs, Eliza...
Illuloliey, Peter
lloban.R A
Walsh, Mrs. Bridget
Dougher, P. F
Uilpallon, P. 11
Cuiininghain, John
Conroy, JiiineH
Conroy, T homas ,,
Merryweather, John
Muldoon, James
Kuapp, Mrs. Eliza
Kearney, Mrs
Conrad, William...,.
Ooldon& Walsh.,,.;
Lioldon x vv alsh.
.. Now York street..
...New Yorkstroet
...Penn avenuo
...Penn avenuo ,
...Penn avenue
...Ponn aveuue ,
,,.Poiiu aveuuo ,
...Ponn avenue
...Ponu avenuo
...Penn aveuuo ,
...P -nn aveuuo
...Penn avonuo
...Penn avenuo
...Ponu avenue
...l-aiidorson avenue...,
... Sanderson avonuo.,.,
...Larch streot
... Sanderson avenuo,..
..Sanderson avenuo.
Uoldon it Walsh Sandorson avenue....
Golden it Width Sanderson avenuo....
Gihnore & Meylert estate. ..Sanderson avenue....
HarkwortHf B. M Sauderson aveuuo...,
GilmoreM& Muylert estate... Dickson avenuo
Gilmoro & Sleylert estate... Dickson. avenue
Browning, M Capouse avouuo
lirowninn, H Capouso avenue
American Safety Lamp Co. .Capouso avenue
American Safety Lamp Co.. Capouso avenue
Serautou Fence Mftf Co Capouso aveuue
Scranton Fence Mfg Co Capouso avenuo
DoWitt, M. il Capouso avenue
jvocn )oiin i. apouse avenuo. ,
Koch, John ,
Koch, Johu , ,
Koch, John
Weichel.Phillii... ......
Leer, Edward
Leer, Sarah
Mat how. Siduuy
Kluitt, Fred
Gilmore. Mrs. Laura..
Gilinoro, Mrs, Laura..
Gilmore, Mrs. Laura. Penn avenuo.
llobau, B. A
llolian, B. A.
Sanborn, T. M ,
Kelley, Edward
Mellody, Patrick
Burnett, James ostnto.
Evans, F. M ,
Fairfield, Mary
Faiilielil, William ,
Gray, Aaron..
.Capouse avenue 411x167
. .capouse avenue.
..Capouso avenuo ,
..Capouse avenue
..Capouse avenue
..Capouso aveuuo
..New York avenue....
..Now York aveuuo..,,
..Ponn avenue
.Penn avenue
.Penn avenue.
....Ponn avenuo
....Penn avenuo
....Penn avenuo
....Penn aveuuo
. ...Penn avonuo
....l'eun avonuu
....Penn avonuo
....Ponn aveuuo
.Penn aveuuo
Gray, Aaron Penn avenuo.
Gray, Aaron
Cleveland, F. E
Clevelimd, F. E
Cleveland, F. K
Buttorman, A
Spencer, Keymoud
Stone, N. E
Koiper, Charles
Koipcr, Charles. ........
Howlov, James, jr
McCalVrey, P. J ,
Cnroll, John
Barber, H. E
Hight, Mr
Jackson, T. B
Brockiiway, K. B ,
HrocUaway, li. It
l uust, Michael ,. ...
Faust, Michael
Scranton Fence Mfg Co
feet'. 1
reet
reet )
Larch street
Larch street.
Larch street.
Larch street..
Larch street..
Larnh street
Now Yorkstreet
Wyoming avenuo
Wyoming avenue
Wyoming avonuo
Wyoming avenuo
, Wyoming avenuo
Wyoming avonuo
New York avonuo...,
Now York avonuo,,.,
Mousey aveuue
Mousey avenue
Mouse v aveuue
Monsoy aveuuo
..aionsey avenue.,
37Kx 50
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III i.l Ml
41 'x ISO
411x180
40xis0
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40xlK5
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4!lxlil0
40x107
4Uxlli7
40x150
40x130
40x GO
Scranton Fence Mfg Co Monsey aveuuo 40x 40
llobau. T. I1
Holian, B. A.
Hobitn, 11. A
Holmn. B. A
Walker, William
.Monsey avonue...
, Mousey avenue...,
,. Monsey avenue...
..Monsey avonue...
.Monsoj- avenuo...
38 x Ml
OOx 00
40x1110
40x1101
40x100
40x100
Jordan, .lames Mouse v avenue.
Jordan, James Monsey avonuo 40x100
llobnn, B. A Mousey avenuo 4Hxll,l
Schellhaae. Henry Mousey avenuo.
llobau, U. A
llolian, 11. A
Fischer, George.
Fischer. George
Hoche, F. M
UiK-hu, F. M ,
Steavans, E. G..
Steavans, K, G.,
Steavans. E. (..
Christmann It Becker,
Holmn, B. A....
Mousev avenue..
..Monsey avenue..
..Monsey avuuuo...
00x100
30x235
8l'x
3Ux
.Monsey avenuo, 30x
....Capauso aveiino..
(lxl07
. Capouso avenue 40x107
Motcalf. Alfr. cstato.
Maus, Jacob,
llolian, ii
Capouse avonuo
Capouso avenuo.,,
(.apouse aveuuo..,
Capouso avenuo. . .
w yonnng avonuo.
llobau, B.
llobau, B,
llobau.
A
B. A
Nordhaiker,
Storms, Lc-wib.,
CM '
40x1 Oi
40x107
40x107
40x107
40xls5
40x185
40x185
40x185
40x185
40x185
Wyoming av nuo 40x185
Wyoming avonuo...,, 40x185
Wyoming aaonue Onxlso
Wyoming avenue...., 20x180
Wyoming avenue 40x180
Wyoming avenue 4Uxl0
.Wyoming avenuo....
Wyoming avenuo..
....Wyoming avenuo 40x180
Bloir, Christopher Wyoming aveuuo.,.
Gavin. Patrick,
Boog, Charles ,,,,
Hartwick, Henry
Murkle, Charles ,
Murkle, Lawronco,..,
Stein mttz, Charles...
Bteinmetz, Charles,,.,
Saylor, Ella ,
Furgerson, Martin.,,,
McDonnell, Miles.
Norton, John
Gilinoro, Mrs. Laura.,
Gilmore, Mrs. Laura.,
Haycock, Georgo
Mcllallo, Bridget
Watson, W. W ,
Kurtz, Charlos
Worlott, Goorgo ,
Wilson, Claio ,
Durham, Chsrles
Krossler, William
True, Mrs
Jenkins. W. O
Lutz, Honry, jr.,
..Wvomiug avenue..
Wyoming avenue
New York street
Now York street
Now York street
Nuw York streot
Now York street
Now York street ,
Penn avenuo ,
Ponu avenuo ,
Penn avenuo
Penn avenue
Penn avenuo
, Monsey avonuo ,
Mousey aveuue ,
Monsey avenue
Now York avenuo.,.,
.......Now York avouuo...,
Mousey avenue
Monsey avonuo
Mousey avenuo
Sanderson avenue,..,
Monsey avenue..,.,,,
Monsey avenue
.Mousey avenue. ,
Lutz. Henry, jr.
lloban, is. A Monsey aveuuo....
Holmn, B. A Monsey avenuo.,,,
lloban, B. A Monsey avenue..,,
Hobau, B. A Monsey avenuo..,.
lloban, B. A Mousoy avenuo...
Connors, Jamos ostato Moiisoy avonuo...
Compton, Peter Monsey avouuo...
Peck, J. W Mousey avonue.,.
Hummlcr, Jnnn Monsey avenuo
Deltzel, oust
Heniuish, F. A ,
Lisk, John W
Laring, J. W
Brown, F. W
lloltham, Thomas,
Cleveland, V. E...
Gesheidlu, Louis..
Mylert estate
Mylort cstato. ...
Mylert ostato
Schwartzkopf, M,
Mvlert est a to
Mylert estate.
Monsey avenue
Mousey avenue
Sandoison avinuo.,,,
Sanderson avonue,,.,
Sanderson avenue..,,
Sanderson vonue. ..,
Wyoming avenue
Larch streot
Washington avenue,,
Washington avenue.,
Washington avonuo:
K., Washington avenue.,
Washington avonuo.,
Washington avenuo..
Gu lister, Petor Washington avenue,,
Schimplf & Lang Washington avenue.,
Schimiift & Lang Washington avenue..
Seliinijiff & Lang..,. Washington avenue.,
40x180
40x188
40x186
37x130
87x130 .
37x1:10
37x130
37x130
60x 10
40x127 H
40xlH0
40x186
40x180
40x180
40x107
411x107
40x107
00x130
00x130
70x 47!
70Z 47
60x150
40x 80
40x 80
40x100
40x 100
40x1113
4llx2VO
411x225
40x250
50x200
4(1x140
40x140
40x140
15x100
15x100
70x 80
fKlx200
40x220
40x235
50x280
50x210
50x105
00x212
40x212
40x212
4,xil2
40x212
40x212
40x212
40x212
40x212
64x212
O'Malley, Michael .Wyoming avenue 40x132
Lohmann, John Wyoming avenue 40x182
Zurlluh, Paul Wyoming avenue 32x100
Schadt, Charlos estato Wyoming avonue 40x132
Roche, Mrs Wyoming avenue ' 60x132
Schadt, Charlos estate Wyoming avenue,,.,, 40x180
Briegol, John ,,,,, .Wyoming avenue,,,,, iOzlW
Lot Block.
Name of Owner,
Amount Total
of Amount
Land. of Coat.
00x107 g;4 53
40x107 21 55
40x107 itOBO
411x107 111 00
411x107 24 55
40x107 21 55
411x107 24 55
40x107 21 G5
40x1117 18 40
(tlx 1)17 II 3
0x 87 31 55
4(1 x 00 40 00
40x 111 23 00
35x118 13 00
05x118 11 fill
05x118 28 35
4'.xl4l) 23 40
311x145 23 40
3nxl.,0 13 40
311x155 13 40
50x 100 23 40
40x1 (il) 2.) 40
411x1110 23 10
4Sxllii) 17 05
0x I 18 28 :
01x103 23 40
01x103 23 40
30x107 23 40
40x107 23 40
40x107 23 40
40x107 23 40
38x180 10 40
38x130 10 40
40x107 28 35
40x107 23 40
50x157 " 28.il'.
40x107 23 40
40x107 28 40
40x107 23 40
40x1117 21 40
27x107 lu 70
53x107 81 30
40x107 23 4(1
40x1(17 SI 40
25x107 40 80
40x1(17 05 00
40x107 05 Ml
40x10 23 40
40x107 23 40
40x107 23 40
40x107 23 40
40x107 23 10
40x107 23 40
60x107 28 83
4Hxl80 35 05
40x18(1 23 40
00x180 23 40
100x180 23 40
40x180 23 10
40x180 23 40
40x180 23 40
40x180 23 40
30x 180 23 40
10x180 35 05
40x180 17 70
1110x111 8 41
100X 0) 8 40
40x105 18 31
35x105 20 75
fmxKKI 20 75
40x100 25 75
40x100 20 (.0
40x10(1 20 25
40x100 20 00
40x101) 28 35
40x100 23 40
40x100 23 40
30x100 20 75
60x100 30 75
41x100 48 84
411x107 48 84
130x140 21 55
270x100 24 55
60x101) 24 55
42x 00 24 55
4-'x IK) 21 65
42x 00 24 65
OOx m 24 65
138x200 24 55
5(1x200 24 65
fc0 21 65
380 24 oft
40x100 24 65
40x115 21 55
40x135 21 00
40x145 13 00
55x107
411x107 33 40
40x107
4(1x107 . 8 00
411x107 13 75
40x107 30 80
40x107 24 55
40x107 24 65
40x107 24 55
60x107 24 55
311x130 24 65
ItOxliiO 24 55
40x180 01 0J
40x180 102 75
40x180 20 40
40x180 12 70
4 'xl8 12 70
40x180 12 70
40x18(1 18 75
40x180 72 00
411x10 41 IK)
40x180 102 00
40x180 102 00
40x180 15 30
40x180 15 70
60x113 20 00
60x 70 61 00
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Street Amonnt
or of
Ivnniu T I
Tlilmpney, Patrick Wyoming avonuo 4oxl8(i
O Mslley. James Wyoming avenuo 40x186
m X,...,'mS?"V- Wyoming avonue iuhIkh
Mcwittln. Mortiinnra.. . w,-..ln , ....?;
n-r imw i or uveuuo.,.,,
1 jianhiiUBor. 8 Now York avenue
L owellyn, Hopkin Wyoming avouuo
Warman, Mary i: Wyoming avenue
Iloltlmm. Thomas Sauderson avenue,.,,
Mulim, Goorgo Sanderson avouuo.,.,
Mohm, Jacob Sandorson avenue.,.,
Lee, Charles Sauderson avenue...,
Jordan, James , San lorsou avenue...,
Jordan, James Sanderson avenue,,,,
welts, Edward Snndorson avonue..,,
Kuple, J. 8. New York aveuuo....
Burst, W. B Now York avenuo....
Cobb, Sam Now York avenue....
j-ostur, josepu Nn York avenue
Pourer, Adam.,
merer, Adam
Jonos, Parsons
Fuller, M. D
Fasaold, Adam
Stevens, E. G
Stevens, E. G
Stevens, E. G
Hurus, I. H
Bra: (It, Elisabeth....
Brandt, Elizabeth,.,,
Karnes, F. V. e.tato..
Ilarbar, Thoresa
Kearney, D. F
Howe, J. B
Robinson, Oust
Heilly, David M
Widomanu, G. B
Lorenz, Carl
Ueik, Anthony
jiunioy, .lames
.Now York avenue..
4llx 1
62x11.0
60x 56
41 Ix 76
20x23(1
30x170
80x130
42x165
42x100
42x155
42x150
45x1110
45x100
311x110
30x100
40x100
.Mousey avenue 8nxl05
Mousev avenue. .
Mousey avenuo
Mousoy avenu -
Monsey avonue
Monsey avonuo.
, Monsey avenue
Mousey avenue
Monsey aveuuo
, Alb: iglit aveuue
Albright aveuuo
Albright aveuuo
Sanderson avouuo.,.,
, Sanderson avenue,,,,
Sanderson avenue,..,
Main stroet
, Main street
Main street
, Larch street ,
Washington avenue.
Manley, James Washington avenue .
" -"alloy, Mary n ashingtou avenue.,
Walton, Mrs. Lizzie Washington avenuo..
Sweeny, MU-haul Washington avenue;..
O Mou, Daniel Washington avenue..
Cemetery association Washington avenue..
Cemetery association Washington avenuo..
cemetery association Washington avenue..
.... Washington avenue.,
.... Washington avenue.,
....Washington avonue.,
....Wyoming avenue
....Wyoming avonuo
....Wyoming avenuo
....Wyoming avenue
....Wyoming avenue
Wyoming avenue
Wyi ming avonuo....,
Wyoming avenue
Wyoming avenue
Wyoming avenue
..Wyoming avenuo
..Sanders m aveuue
, . Saude rson avenue. ... ,
,. Sanderson avenue
..Sanderson avenue
..Sanderson avenue
, .Sanderson avenue
..Sanderson avenue
, .Sanderson avenue
, . Sanderson aveuue
..Sanderson avenue
..Sandorson aveuue
..Marion and Dickson,,
,. Dickson avenue
,.Di ksou avenue ,
..Dickson avonue
..Dickson avenuo
.Dickson aveuue
Ooinrtory association.
Cemotery association.
Cemetery association.
Schleining, Caspar....
Schleiulng. Caspar....
Silviua, C. E
Gallagher, Rlchjrd...
Gibson, Mary
rionan, li. A
lloban, B. A
Hobau, B. A
Hobau, B. A
Cleveland, J. E
Cleveland. J. E
Schadt, Charles estate.,,
S chadt, Charles estato. . ,
Moio, 11. A
Street, Mrs. P. A
Neald, Amanda
Neald. Amanda
Bunting, W, A
Smith, UniHtou
Puuli, P. 8
Sandoison & liobb
Muyor, John
MeCaun, I', ostato
Sandorson & Kobb
D L. & W. R. K. Co..,.
D-, L. 4b W. K. K. Co ....
D.. L. Ai W, H. R. Co
D.. L. & W. R. H. Co
Dolawaro and Hudson Co.. ..Dickson avonue
Delaware and Hudson Co.. ..Dickson avenuo....,
Dolawaro and Hudson Co.... Dickson avenu j
Delaware aud Hudson Co-. .Dickson avenue
Delawaioand Hudson Co... Von Storch avenue
D., L. & W. R. U. Co
Gillmoro, M. L
Gillmore, M. L
Sandorson AS Hobb
Gilbert Mrs. Mary A...
Thuax.Mrs. 8
Wint, Deniiison
W imams, W. R
Burns, 1. H
Morton. Charles
Kruegermann. Gust
Williams, J. E
Kruegermann, Gust
McDouough, Mrs. Ada,
Costello, Thomas
Morell, Lewis
Boland, P. G
McDoniuill, Patrick
Dickson avenuo..
Von Utorch avenue.,,
Dickson avenuo
Dickson avenuo
Dickson avenue ,
Larch street
Larch street
L irch street
Washington avenue.,.
.... Washington avenue,,
,,,, Washington avenue.,
....Washington avonuo..
....Washington avenue,,
....Washington avenue.,
,,,, Washington avenue,,
....Washington avenuo..
.... Washington avenue.,
....Washington avenue..
McDoimVll, Patrick Washington avenue.
Price. Thomas J Washington avenue..
Mill, (i. E. Dr Washington avenue..
Everharut, J. M. Dr New York aveuue...
Farley, Mrs. Edward Now York aveuuo...
Mylert estato Washington avonuo..
Mylort estato , Washington avonuo..
mylort ostate Washlugton avouuo.
Mvlert estuto.
Mylert estato
Mylert estato
Mylert estate
Laik, E viu
Killy, David M..
Jackson, ,1. A..
.Washington aveuuo..
... Washington avenue.,
... Washington avenue..
...W nhingtou avenuo.,
...Washington avenue..
...Washington avenue..
..DlcKson avenue.
OOxlUS
30x105
8iixl05
30x no
3 ix 110
2iix no
nix no
oox no
41x150
41x100
82x100
72x100
66x160
00x210
35x 04
3'ix 01
35x 114
50x105
40x210
40x210
40x210
40x210
10x210
411x210
411x210
40x210
4nx2!0
40x210
40x210
40x210
40x210
40x210 "
40x210
4"x2IO
40x21(1
40x210
40x210
40x210
40x210
411x210
40x310
(10x210
00x210
011x210
411x220
60x220
4!ix0
60x220
100x205
05x170
Wlx 137
SOx Ul
1IHIX200
711x110
30x110
80x110
31X110
35xlf0
81x110
OUxllO
30X114
85x180
i;ox
17IIX
37f.x
375x
70x181
60x181
mix no
3nx no
40r 70
OOx 53
40x210
40X111
40x100
40x210
40x 70
40x no
40x 70
40x no
40x210
40x210
4ixl00
50x100
68x 90
mix no
00x211
40x211
40x211
40x211
411X311
40x211
40x211
40x211
llKix m
00x11
Koch, John..,.
l'U'-lpa, J. P
PhelpK, J. P
Paie, Mrs. Hannah ....
Sanderson & Robb...
Sandorson & Robb...
Sauderson & Robb...
Sanderson Kobb...
Sanderson & Robb...
Sanderson &Robb..,
Sanderson & Robb.,
.Dickson avenue
.. , . Dickson avenue
Dickson avenue
., .Dickson avenuo
...Von Storch avenue,.,
,,,Von Storch avenuo...
...Von Storch avenuo...
...Von Storch Tntin,,--,.,.Von
Storch avenuo.,,
...Von Storch avenue...
Von Storch avenuo,
Saudcrsou & Robb Von Storch avenuo.,,
Roilly, John , Von Storch avenue..,
Heilly, Jamos Nay Aug av, nuo
llylert estato Vou Storch avenue..
Mylert estato Von Storch avenue,.
Mylert estate V n Storch avenue..
jnyiert estate Vou storch avonue.
Mylert ostato,
Clark, John ,
Hughes, Michael
Kuezlesky, Albert
Keenauu, J. J
Gunsier, J. H. truBtco.
Jordan, Michael estato,
Q inn, James.
Qnlnn, James
Millor, : rs. Margaret ,
ID
11
12
13
11
1
2
3
4
6
0
7
8
0
10
11
12
13
14
6
0
0
0
II
0
9
II
V
u
0
9
tf
I)
12
12
12
13
12
12
67
67
68
68
68
68
68
68
68
58
58
68
58
58
6S
68
68
Gehen, Mrs, Cath..
Gohen, Mrs. Cath...,
Gehen, Mrs, Cath....
Gehen, Mrs. Cath....
Gehen, Mrs. Cath..,.
Ammann, Dr- J
Ainuinnn, Dr. J
Ammann, Dr. J
Williams, E
Williams, E
Martin, Willtm....
Martin, William
Ruddy. Patrick
Casoy Bros,
Muliloon, P..,
Muldoou, P
Maloy, P
Walsh. M
Sykes, James,,.
Sykes, James...
Von Storch avenuo...
..Von Storch avenue,.,
..Vou Storch aveuuo..,
..Von Storch avonuo.,,
..Von Storch avenuo,,,
..Von Storch avenue...
..Washing'on venue,.
..Washington avenue.,
..Washington avenue,.
Larch streot
Foote. Mrs. Maizorie Dickson avenue OOyImI
Ross, Clinton Dickson avenue 4iixlsl
4(1x181
OOXISI
tiOxlsl
00x181
110x181
00x181
00X181
OnxtSl
110x181
CllxlSl
00x181
70x181
150x112
11x118)
40x181
40x181
10x181
40x181
411x181
40x181
40x181
40x181
4lixl81
411x181
&"x
41 IX
iidx
40x
Six
81 x
Six
lllx
38x
40X
60x
BOx
05x
4( ix
4i ix
41 ix
50x
4IIX
40x
43x
43x
5lx
40x
4UX
40x
hOx
IMx
60x181
60x181
70x181
60x181
00x181
00x181
00x181
60x181
60x181
60x181
411x181
40x181
411x181
40X181
40X181
40x110
40x00
Total
Amount
of Gnat.
22 60
6 oa
6 00
16 40
81 05
26 1(1
26 70
84 00
11 75
11 75
11 75
10 (0
26 00
20 00
26 00
20 00
2.1 00
26 00
26 00
26 00
26 00
20 00
20 00
26 00
71 00
74 (X)
74 0J
74 00
74 00
20 00
26 00
28 00
26 00
20 00
20 00
6 75
17 75
15 15
24 00
) 40
23 40
22 00
17 40
17 40
12 05
12 115
IS 60
13 40
13 40
18 40
13 40
12 115
12 35
8 00
4 00
12 36
21 65
15 611
15 .50
29 41)
34 0)
38 75
11 70
14 70
12 35
1(1 00
26 00
10 00
15 30
26 00
11 30
12 00
11 30
12 00
20 IX)
20 00
15 80
111 80
24 00
12 (0
88 (0
20 10
28 10
28 10
26 10
211 11)
26 10
20 10
26 10
89 (0
89 00
81) 00
82 00
82 70
82 00
82 70
6T 80
45 ia
41 40
8 01)
80 2 2
33 40
10 39
16 30
16 80
23 40
16 30
16 80
17 50
23 40
209 00
75 00
609 60
101 15
35 23
31 00
25 80
20 00
19 30
20 80
10 60
16 80
17 U5
17 30
20 00
21 8J
13 81
14 0(1
3(1 00
23 30
21 01)
24
29 80
24 40
21 40
. 25 65
25 65
26 00
23 70
12 7(1
22 70
26 70
14 71)
K6 0i)
86 00
24 00
24 00
24 00
86 00
80 (10
80 00
80 00
86 (Ml
86 00
86 0(1
86 00
86 Ul
42 00
143 23
82 (X)
78 00
70 00
70 00
70 on
70 00
70 Oi)
0
71
Larch streot
Larch street
Larch street
Larch street
Larch street
Larch street
Lai ch street
Lurch street
..........Larch slreet
. . Larch street
Larch street
Larch streot
l'eun avenuo
Penn avenue
.......l'enn aveuuo
Penn avenue
Peun avenue
.........I'enn aveuuo
Peun avenuo
Peon avonue
Svkes. J allies... Penn avenuo
Sykes, Jamos Penn avonue
Thnax, Mrs. 8 Larch stroet
Gilmoro, Mrs. L Von Storch avenuo, .,
Gilmoro, Mrs. L Von Storch avonuo...
Sanderson (t Robb Von Storch avenuo. .,
Sanderson & Robb Von Storch avenue.,,
Sanderson & Robb Von Storch avonuo.,,
Sanderson & Robb. Von Storch avenuo.,,
Sandnrmm & Robb Von Storch aveuuo...
Sanderson & Robb Von Storch avonue. ,,
randorsou it Hobb Von Storch avenuo...
Sundorson & Robb, Von Storch avenuo,,,
' Shotka, Theodnro Von Storch avenuo...
Gilmoro, Mrs. L Von Storch avouuo...
Gilmoro, Mrs. L Von Storch avenuo...
Gilmoro, Mis. L Von Storch avenuo.,,
Gilinoro, Mrs. L Von Stored aveuuo...
Von Storch ave mo...
Vou Storch avenue...
Unless exceptions to tne report oi viewers snnn do mod in tho protnonoiary s omce v
thirty days from tho filing ot said roport, tho same will be confirmed absolutely.
C. 11. ROPER. 1 .
P. W. STOKES. Vlowors,
FRANK JUUcil-iLiEK, J
Doud. Thomas,,
Powell. CP
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FENCE.
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Successor to Floroy & Holt .
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