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Search America's historic newspaper s from or use the U. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between present. Chronicling America is sponsored tly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more. Special t'o the Scranton Tribune. April 9. The death of Charles Albright, nn ased resident of Coxton, occuiiTed at the latter plane ttita morning at J.
He has for the pat fifteen ye. The deceased is sur vived by six children. The daughters are, Mrs. Benjamin liosworth. Henry Tlnluate, of Sheridan, Wash. John CnrlillnRton, of Fayre; the sons are, Chr. Services at New ton Center Presbyterian church, at 12 noon.
Interment at Newton cemetery. Board of Trade Officer. At the annual meeting of the board of trade held this evening ullieers wi-'o elected as follows: President, lienj. Hanker; treasurer. Thomas Lanpan; trustees, J. Koss and Lr. Kelly, two years; V. Thomas and Myer Schlos ser, one year. A Surfeit of Hater. The water of the Susquehanna, river nt this point has been rapidly raising for the- past few days.
It has now reached a height of fifteen -feet above low water mark and is nearly as hljrh as when the river was filled wWh Ice this spring. Other Items of Interest. The hospital association this evening selected officers as follows: Trustees, three years, Alex Tirydcn, John A.
Col1 Her, 3. Fenn, XV. The association was orsanlzed by the elec tion of John P. Collier, vice president; XV. Kut'ede, secretary; W. Watson, treasurer. Superintendent, XV. Gibson; matron Mrs. Jennie Gibson; executive commit tee, S. Uennett and K. Perrltfo Is able to attend to his duties ufraln after a few days' illness. Y who have been guests of the family of C, Donnelly for the past few weeks, re turned to their home this morning. The first thunder shower of the season occurred this afternoon. According to old traditions this is a sure Indlcaton that thejlong looked for spring time is here.
Thomas F. Cody has been confined to hs home since Saturday last with the grip. Michael Kane will open his new hotel on North Main tomorrow, Wednesday, for business. The new hotel will be known as the "Pittston City House. Iirothers', thw enterprising cigar merchants, made lis appearance on ouretreets this morn ing. The wagon, will be used for the delivery of their wholesale department.
It Is of the most modern pattern and the only one of the style In this city. Sumner left this after noon for Carbondale to attend the con ference of the Methodist Episcopal church, which le held at that place. Itev, S. Ross, McClements, formerly of the Oak Lane Presbyterian church of Philadelphia, has accepted the pas torate of the First Presbyterian church of this oity.
Miss Laura Davenport was a visitor at Wllkes-Barre this afternoon. They returned with some very rar specimens of moss, also a speci men of under-growth pines which is somewhat related to the coal plant. The rehearsal of the company com posed of home, talent uml conducted under the management of Kranlt Fer guson for tho benefit of the Leek Cor net band surpassed the expectations of their most confident friends.
It is ul ready assured that the funny society drama, entitled "Tho Millionaire Tramp," will be a grand success. The fountain is of the most modern im proved paten and U made of onyx, lits weight complete l 1. It surpasses anything- of the kind in the city. Boore 10 to 3. Pittston' club was weak owing to the illness of one of their best players. Xo definite news as t tlie where abouts of Wlndish, the wife murderer, has been received. The county detec tive has been following up olues and has reason to b Ileve that VIndi;:h is still In this vicinity.
Smith spent Sunday with relatives in Maueh Chunk. Harry Masters is very ill at his home on Mill street. Wilson Decker is visiting in Havvky. Fred Dreyer and Mrs. Henry Hrennlng are goim: to Europe. They will leavff for New York tomorrow and from there take the st.
James Collins, of Curbundule. Is visiting relatives In town. The school board hi Id an Interesting meeting -Monday evening which w. The member present were Messrs. Sweeney, Vounff, Horan, Burl. Several Improvements will be mad on Fchoid property. New Iron fences will bo built around buildings Nua. A maple sugar social will be held at the home of Stephen Kich. Admission 10 cents. Proceeds will go to the Epworth league fund. The Dunmore high school base ball club will cross bats with Nu.
I'ayton, catch er; I. Miller, pitcher; J. I':iyton, short stop; C. Do Itow, first bane; J. Colmnn, second base; T. Harjx'r, ri;ht field: A. Stevens, left field.Nude women Scranton
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