Samuel Lederer's 70th Birthday
OCTOBER J, 1894 ASSAULTED ] W6uld-be OUTRAGE Chases Women Evil That committed on by some one of habit of forcing young badly frightened a violent fit ol near having Walking down Albany Neilson would be master, tried to start a at the Insult pursued her and and began assailant .frightened Aa she was him when his Into the gutter, cnrb\ aroused the Greenewald who neighbors, lifted up was wildly hysterical Greenewald's every attention care soon A SEPTUAGENARIAN. Mr. Samaal Lederer Celebrate* Hi* 7Oth Birthday. Mr. Samuel Lederer, one of New B:ung- jrtck's best known bnslneu men, waft 70 years of ago yesterday and a most enjoyable family reunion was held in honor of tbe oc< carton. . The Lederer homestead at tbe corner of Nellson and ficbureman streets, was filled with a joyous assembly of the descendants of Mr. and Mrs. Lederer. The number; was a goodly one, for besides their sons and daughters were their grandchildren, 17; in all, ranging from the o'deat, a black eyed boy of 14, to a tiny babe who has beefl a resident of this world for only six month?. The reunion was a most delightful one. From half a, dozen dfflerjnJi^Btates the children children and grandchildren of Mr.~ Lederer as aembled to wish him joy and many happy returns of the day. He was the recipient of a large number of beautiful and valuable presents, chief among these being, a magnificent magnificent gold watch, presented to him by his six sons. On the case was engraved his name and age,' with the date of bis birth and the date, Sept. 30, 1894 Ihe day "was delightfully spent in conversation conversation by the older people and games and sports by the younger generation. In all 87 ! relatives were present at the reunion. ; Desp te his advanced age Mr. Lederer enjoys enjoys the best of health and bids fair to live many years to enjoy the autumn of a long and fruitful life. Among the immediate family who came from out-of town points yesterday to the reunion reunion weie the following : Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lederer and family, of St. Louis ; Mr. and Mrs. M. Baumann, and children, of New Haven ; Mr. and Mrs. Jotkis Lederer, and children, Nev Haven ; Mr. and Mrs. Bayer and family, Mr. and Mrs. David J. Lederer, George Lederer, and Henry Lederer, of Yonkers, N. T. ; Mr. and Mrs. Bardeck and family, of New York, Mr. and Mrs. Max Lederer and child, of this city. T. M. €. A. WORE.