FUNERAL NOTICE July 24, 1888
C.IHL BJtH.y LK'S flAilUL The Remain to Be Placed Ia the Vnelt at 8u Lost, Cemetery at 4 O'clock This Afteraooa. Tbe funeral of Carl Christian Brenner will take place at 4 o'clock this afternoon from his family residence on Kentucky street, be- be- """ "eum ana acsson. The service ; will be-very be-very be-very brief, and only tba Immediate i friends and members of the family will attend. Uev. Mr. S. S. Waltz, of the First English Lutheran church, will officiate. The body will then be taken from the residence to St. Louis Cemetery, where it wul be placed ia toe vault. Tbe luu-riiieut luu-riiieut luu-riiieut will be delayed until Carl Christian brenner. Jr., the eldest son of the deceased, returns from Germany, where he baa been pursuing hia art studies. A canle- canle- araui as wm u mm Saturday aud be is ex pected to arrive ia Douisviiie il rvhua J-T- J-T- J-T- J-T- i weeks, when tu. u" 7" V - L . . ua inuer will be interred in tbe family buryiag-grouud buryiag-grouud buryiag-grouud ia St. Louis Cemetery.