At different times daring the past three or fonr years advertisements have appeared in the looal papers asking for iDformation as to the whereabuuts of oue Edward Kiuueally. At the present time a New York law firrn is reviving the searoh, and is looking for the the heirs of William Anbrey Kinneally, wbo died in Brooklyn 30 years ago, leaving an estáte amoanting to many thonsands of dollars. Edward Kinneally, bis brother, who has been the subjeot of former advertisements, is known to have worked oo the masonry of the Methodist chnroh in this oity when it was ereoted in 1869. Several Ann Arbor people rejueruber him, but do not know where be went when he left here. The executors of the estáte have engaged W. L. Klein, a law stadent, to searoh this connty for a trace of the heir.