Clipped From The Courier-Journal
DEATH OF CAPT. SAMUEL PEPPER . ... - .v.'. - i. q A Former Kentacklan PaMestwarJa Paalat aa Advanced Ae.via , St. Paul, Minn., Dee. 2. Capt. Samuel Pepper died at his residence, corner of Ashland and Western avenues, yesterf day. lie had been a resident of St. Paul for six yeans but not in a civil' business, business, beim; retired with a competency It eBfy - tnree jewrs widV - aad - waV Thnr'n'1 si iUysrille. Ky in 1820. He studi d law and located at Leavenwortli, lop., where be was married to Helen Loavoa worth, whose father had laid out an 1 named the town. In 1857 he went ts St. Louis, where he became - part owne r in a steamboat line running to New Oi - leans, and so continued until tho do. ot tle war. After the war lie started - private bank. He was City Controller e t St. Louis for eight years, and also Preai - dent of the Water Board and of tM Oily Council. His son, Kllis S. Feppes), is teller of the Third National Bank, JML Lours. Ihe funeral took place from tho residence at 3 p. 111. to - duy. aud tlie ref - I mains were taken to St. Louis on the evening train, wnere wiey wiu ue iniem 1 in fttw. full 11 1 V vmilt. r in tho family vault.