Shirley, in 1884 or 1885, there was no Slovakia!There was no Slovakia until after World War I.When it comes to the time period you're talking about, you're actually referring to the region of northern HUNGARY known as ARVA in Hungarian, ORAVA in Slovak, and ORAWA in Polish.
Following World War I, Hungary was forced to relinquish its northern part, known as Upper Hungary, which included the Arva/Orava/Orawa region, to form the Slovakia half of the newly created country of Czechoslovakia. A dispute then arose between the re-established independent Poland and the newly created country of Czechoslovakia over the formerly Hungarian Orava/Orawa region, both countries laying claim to it because it was inhabited by both Slovaks and Poles. In 1920, the Orava/Orawa region was divided between Poland and Slovakia, and that is still the situation today.And I will mention here that PODWILK (in Slovak: Podvlk) is in the POLISH portion, not the Slovakian portion!
The formerly Hungarian SPIS was similarly divided between Poland and Slovakia in 1920.
The following webpage won't tell you much, but it's a little information at least: