Sir Andrew Chadwick
trials poire in the four four \rith of thrown main that CLAIMANTS TO A FORTUNE. Their Ancestor KnlffhtMl BeeauÂ« Queen AanD Tell Into His Anns. Samuel H. Chad wick. George Chadwick, SUhan Chadwick and Saren Chadwick are interested iu a fortune left in England by Sir Andrew Chadwick. This is a peculiar case and cue of standing The founder of the family fortune referred to above was a favorite soldier in the palace guard of Anne, and once had the food fortune catch, her majesty as she fell downstairs, thereby sa^ ing her, supposedly, from serious injury. This, at least, was the explanation that was given for knighting Chadwick. It used to be hinted pretty strongly, however, by his grandson, the fattwr of George Chadwick, who lives at Wilmington, DcJ., that there was another story it. The old man is, dead now, but are those living here who will that he used to express skepticism the manner of her majesty's getting into Chadwick's arms at the foot of stairs on the occasion referred to, intimating pret ty clearly his opinion it was not the resultof afall atall. The Chadvvicks who Ihe at Wilming-to, Del., have nc\er, so far as disturbed thcmsshcs much about the real or imaginary Kuglish estate. are quiet working people, and think their tradesmen's wagee are better than a chase after English A POT OF GOLD.