A company of children, mostly boys aged from seven to fifteen years, from the New York Juvenile Asylum, will arrive in Gilman, at the Redfield House, Wednesday, May 4th, at half past eleven o'clock a.m., and remain until evening. Homes are wanted for them with farmers where they will receive kind treatment and enjoy fair advantages. They may be taken on trail for several weeks, and afterwards, if all parties are suited, they will be indentured until of age. Persons desiring to take these children on trial are requested to meet them at the Redfield House Wednesday noon, May 4th. For further information inquire at your post office for a handbill giving full particulars. All expenses for transportation will be assumed by the Asylum, and the children will be placed on trail and indentured free of charge.
E Wright, Agent.
--Buckley Chronicle. 22 April 1898.