John Roebling will
The Will o tho liuto Mv. Hooblinir. Tho will of the lato John A. Eoebling was admitted ta probate in the Surrogate's Offlce, Trenton, N. J., yeBterday. Tho executors aro Washington A. Rosbllng, Charles Swan, and Freaorlck MoiBsnor, of Now York, nophow oi'deccBBid. Tbo following aro the bequosts: To his eoub, Washington A. Eoebling, Fordlpand Roebling, Charles Roobling and Edward Roebling, to bold in common all tbe factory buildings aud tho ground wbich Ihey occupy in Hamilton township, N. J., together also with all the fixtures, machinery, &r. In case Charles or Edward should dio boforo the age of twenty - one years, tbo propoity shall revert to their survivors. To Charles Swan, the business manager of the deceased, 820,000; to Mrs. Wilhelmiua Warreck, of Laxaburg, Butior county, Pa., 5,000; to Mrp. 'Eleonora Reiael, of the same placo, 810,000; to Mrs. Felicia Overman, of Camden, N. J., 85,000; to tho Union Industrial Homo Association for destitute children children of Trenton, 830,000; to Rov. William A. Pas3avant, Mr. William HolmoB and Mr. John Harper, to hold in trust for tho oqual benefit of the Pittsburg Infirmary, tho Orphans' Farm bchool at Tehouople, Butler couuty, Pa., and the Marlbury Orphans' Farm School, near Mount Vernon, ao,000; to tho Widows' and Single Women's Homo of Trenton, 530,000. The remainder of tho eBtato is bequeathed in equal proportions hetwpon iho widow and bovo i children. The eBtato iu estimated to bo worth $1,250,000.