Clipped From The Sunday Herald
The, Late AV. W. Warden. Mr. William W. Warden, for many years a resident of Washington, died at Providonco Hospital, after a lingering illness., in his seventieth venr. The remains 'Were sent to' (Ji- cincatl for icxefiaent - They. wero occoirfpaiilcfl by his son, r. CHIT Warden, the well-known newspaper man and superintendent of the Press Gallery of the Seuate, and other members of the family. Mr. Warden was born at Bards-town, Bards-town, Ky., in 1821, his family removing to Cincinnati Cincinnati about eight years afterward. At twenty years of age he became Deputy Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas. During tho war Mr. Warden came to this city, and becamo correspondent of tho Cincinnati 'Enquirer, Baltimore Baltimore Sun, Boston Post, and several other leading journals. A warm personal regard sprang up between him aud President Johnson, to whom ho became confidential prlvato secretary. secretary. Later Mr. Warden took up tho practice of law. He had a very wide circlo of warm friends, by whom his death is deeply deplored.