1882. Death of Capt. Joseph L. Ryder of Pittston.
amount larger worst ua ad- about our years U 1 ; wÂ»idÂ». The Belfast Journal says L. Rjder, of Plttston, died vc at lleburo. papt. Ryder bac ng with consumption for so lad got about, and was in Isldroroj his lather and relatives. On Saturday afternoon he went to the posti fflcejfor mail and remarked that he fei t better lor some time. After talkl ig with bis friends some time he start d to go up stairs over the postofllee, whe Ived. Upon reaching tbe top ie was seized with, a violent 1 'ng and the blood'flowed ton e his sister of cbe stairs Â· t of] cougb- Â· biaj mouth n jets. He was carried lo and expired about ten minutes* apt.I Joseph V suddenly beep sufler- e tline v but