THOMAS J. GALLAGHER. An Esteemed Resident Passed Away Last Evening. Thomas J. Gallagher, a highly esteemed esteemed resident of the city, died suddenly, suddenly, at 6 o'clock last night at his home, 16 Salem avenue. He expired while sitting in a chair, waiting for supper. He had suffered from asthma for some time but while in poor health, was able to be about and his death was not expected at this time. ' The deceased was a native of Carbondale, Carbondale, and about 50 years of age. For many years' he resided in Wilkes - Barre, where he conducted the Electric hotel. About nine years ago he removed removed to a farm near Crystal lake, owned by him, and five years ago returned returned to Carbondale, where he resided resided since. The deceased was a man of excellent excellent characteristics. " Aman of highest integrity, affable and genial in disposition, he readily won the steadfast friendship, confidence and esteem of a very wide circle of acquaintances, acquaintances, who sincerely deplore his demise. Mr. Gallagher is survived by his wife, three sons, Thomas, James and Lawrence Gallagher, of this city; one daughter, Mrs. Thomas Boles, of Scranton; one brother, Michael Gallagher, Gallagher, and three sisters, Mrs. Frederick Frederick Packer, Mrs. Winifred Langan and Mrs. Anna Hayes, all of Wilkes - Barre. The funeral arrangements have not been completed. (Wilkes - Barre papers papers please copy).