OBITUARY NOTES General Ferris Jacobs, Jr., of Delhi, N.Y., died on Monday evening at White Plains, where he had been under treatment for some time for paresis. He was born in Delhi on March 20, 1836. He was graduated at Williams College in 1856, in the same class with President James A. Garfield. He practiced law in Delhi until the war of the rebellion began, when he enlisted in the Third New-York Cavalry. He was elected Captain of Company E. He served through the war, and was successively promoted until he was made a Brevet Brigadier-General. When the war was ended he returned to Delhi and resumed the practice of the law. He was twice made District Attorney of Delaware County on the Republican ticket. He served as a member of the Forty-seventh Congress. The interment will be at Delhi.