Clipped From The Emporia Gazette
assemblage form of of re- in ¡n- af- or- fif- its LEAVES LEGACY TO HORSE. Money for Ginger's Oats and Care First Lien Against Dead Master's Estate. Pitlsburg, Aug. 18—In making his \ill the late Robeit D McGcmi! iglc id: not forget his favorite horse. The v'ill has been filed.>ind probated aí the ourt house. He left-ail estate worth ,}ocoo ii 1 personalty and rjnlj $300 m ealty. Among bis bequests, is a stun of noricy sufficient to maintain and care or his horse, Ginger, which he directs hall never be ridden or driven except or necessary exercise. The amount if money lo care for the horse as long s it lives is not metitioncd but is left o the executor of his estate to set side. . ' •"• It will be remembered that some veeks ago McGonnigle was found eád in a room at the fashionable -lotel Lincoln, under circumstances vhich led to the belief that he had aken his own life. An undertaker tcpped in and said that McGonnigle ad, sometime before, gone to him nd, learning the cost of u first class uneral, had paid the amount, 'telling iie undertaker it was a funeral he wed him, but that when he was final- y dead he wanted him to step in and ake charge. A few days later the un- crtaker called. Mr. McGonnigle gave out perhaps & nillion dollars to charity during his fe. His will apportioning the last )f his estate shows great interest in be welfare of friends. After attend- ng to the wants of'"Ginger" for life; lie testator gives. $5 to his brother, Villiam McGonnigle of Camden, and 50 to Marshall McGonnigle. The Children's Hospital of Pittsburg gets 2,000, the money to be used to main- ain a bed to be known as the Josehine b.e-d, in memory of his deceased vife. The Kingslcy Hems e of Pitts- urg is to get his library and book- ase. The Allegheny Cemetery re- eives :$r,ooo, the income of which is o perpetually take care of the graves f the testator and his wife.