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Alfred Howe Terry
Birth: Nov 10 1827 - Hartford, Connecticut
Death: Dec 16 1890 - New Haven, Connecticut
Parents: Alfred Terry and Clarissa Terry (born Howe)
Brother: Adrian
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Text:"...,000. The death of ^Major-General Alfred H.Terry, of the United States army, occurred at New Haven, Conn., age 03 years. In the mines near Hazelton, Pa., four Hungarians were killed by a fall of coal. At Pittsburgh ... persons, were, present. general terry. Una, in 1865. HeGENERAL TERRY DEAD. H* Succumbs to Bright's Disease and. Heart Trouble at New Haven, Coim. New Haven, Conn., Dec.-17.—Alfred H. Terry, Major ... for about •SI,000,000. Ne.\ii ^McGee's IMills, Pa., twelve horses were burned to death. FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. In Ireland the political campaign resulted in a free fight at Ballinakill on the 16th between ... . I., an aged couple by the name of Higgins were frozen to death. Water covered..."
Date:Dec 19 1890
Publication:Rochester, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:".... and Mrs. Spearman. The sher-ill is in charge ot the premi.se.«.Doings at the Capitol and Wasii-Ington Items in G-eneral. Demise of General Terry. Jfajor General AlfredHoweTerry died at his residence ... was arrested but soon fell into unconsciousness, having apparently taken poison. In a freight wreck on the Louisville and Kashvillo road near Memphis Junction, Tenn., a fireman named West %vas killed ... was convicted of eight murders and sentenced to death. Three armed men entered the Chicago and Erie ticket office at Kemp, O., and, after coverins the aptent, Will jam Scherbor-dér, with their revolvers, went ... , §S0,000; partly insured. Dr. jMcJIaster jumped from a second story window,..."
Date:Dec 27 1890
Publication:Osgood, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...DEAD. He Snccuiuhs to Irit;Iit'a Di-iease and Heart Trouble at New Haven, (,'nnn. New Haven, Conn., 1 ec. 17.—Alfred H. Terry, brigadier-general. United States army, died here this morning of Bright ... SolrsKil STARTLING NEWS FROM THE SEAT OF THE INDIAN WAR. Bloody Battle Between the Troops and the Enemy. TWO OFFICERS KILLED. The ]Siiml)pr of íiüllans Slain is Not Yet Kiiowìì. But Their Loss !s ... ready to lead In his ulace. Ther»! may bo less ciiiinin;; shown in his absence, but if the Sloiix lealiiT go on tie war path tiio rouMilnrs will find iheir lis'.c none the easier bo ause of Hull s death ... will take his di'aili cannot be estimated. Tlie other iisuiers u ho hated him will surely not seek to avenge his death. .Still he had gained considerable..."
Date:Dec 17 1890
Publication:Goshen, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...Bread, CAKES. ETC. bus (O.) penitentiary on the 19th. Maj. Gon. Alfred H. Terry, of the army, Cook'« predecessor in the command oi the West, died at New Haven, Conn., on the ■eth. Tho presiding judge ha ... , on the ISth, and fell thirty four feet into the Tuis. casawa river. Four persons wero killed and eight badly injured. Arthur Hoyt Day, who murdered his wife Dy pushing her over a cU5 at Niagara Falls in July ... last, was banged at S:30 Thursday morning. The condemned man walked to the scaffold %vith b firm step and a smile on his face. His death was easy, Tn joint session of tbo legislature of Idaho, Thursday ... Caven, Indianapolis, domestic water purl» iier. Peter Massman, Brazil, aged forty-l3vo years, Avas crushed to death by a heavy fall of slate ia..."
Date:Dec 25 1890
Publication:Westville, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...^en on all the roads center-ittabur^ is threatened. Isaac Smith, Earner Sharkey and Henry murderers, vwero hung in the Colum bns (O.) penitentiary on the 19th. Maj. Gen. Alfred H. Terry, of the army, Cook ... 's predecessor in the command of the West, died at New Haven, Conn., on theleth. The presiding judge has refused to quash the indictment agamst ex-State Treasurer Noland, oi Missouri, charged with embez« zlement ... Erie road near Canton, Chic, on the ISth, and fell thirty four feet into the Tus casawa river. Four persons wore killed and eight badly injured, Arthur Hoyt Day, who murdered bis wife by pu.shing- her ... over a cliff at Niagara Falls in July last, -vvas banged at 8:30 Thursday morning. The condemned man walked to the scaffold with a firm step and n smile on his face. His death was ea?y. I:i joint..."
Date:Dec 26 1890
Publication:Loogootee, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"..., by a fast express train. Chicago breweries announce that they will quit paying license for saloonkeepers, and as a result 1,000 saloons will close Jan. 1. , Maj. Gen. Alfred H. Terry, of tho army. Cook ... Sharkey and Henry Popp, murderers, were hung in the Col urn bus (O.) penitentiary on the l»th. F^our person- were killed, one fatally and another seriously injured, at o orossinp a Br stol. Pa., on the 13th ... 's predecessor In tho command of the West, died at New Hoven, Conn., on the ICth. The presiding judge has refused to quash the Indictment agatnst ex-Sute Treasurer Noland, of Missouri, charged with embez ... ^anton, Chio. on tho i nth. and fell tliirly four feet Into the Tus. rasawa river, h'oiir persons wore killed and eight badly injured. Arthur Hoyt Da., who murdered his wife by pushing her over a ciifT..."
Date:Dec 24 1890
Publication:Brazil, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...HoweTerry died at bis residence in New Haven, Conn., of heart disease, at the age of t3 years. He was born at Hartford Nov. 10, 1827. He graduated from Yale College and afterward studied law ... bloodstains. The deed must have be^Mi done several days ago. I^yiUiave gnawed at the lingers of Mr. and Mi-s. Spearman. The sher-iiris in charge of the premises. nemUe of General Terry. 3Ia]or General Alfred ... acquaintances he is apt to be wearisome. The bonda^ of the opium habit is as hopeless as the bondage of death. The professionul man who carelessly leads a patient into this bondage is as much a destroyer as if he ... into nuconseiousness, having apparently taken poison. In a freight wreck on tbe l^uisville .ind Nashville road near Memphis Junction, Tenn., a tireman named West was..."
Date:Dec 24 1890
Publication:Albion, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...TEBRY PEAD, Connefticut's Brave Soldier Peacefully Pas.scs Away. Major-General Alfred H. Terry, United States Arn)y, retired, died at his residenc« in New Haven. Conn., at 4 o'clock on a re cent pvi ... , they fall off, and are blown away.Death pays respect neither to youth nor usefulness, but mows down together the tender herb, the fragrant flower,and the noxious weed.The seeming shipwrecks we meet ... all comcES for a run with hcv hounds.—Seic Ymk Journal. __'.A. Ciivalar liainbiiv. corre.-;poulent of the'L';:|adoa Timti Edv^ix Val\;h\, Probate Judgo and late Consul to Canada, died suddenly ¡it dure ... mont, N. H. May and Mauia Mobrisox, sisters, aged twenty-two and twenty-seven, whoso ¡lar-eniS UVUm »M-. JOnn?,ruuncnajia, Tieiu mstahlly killed while..."
Date:Dec 25 1890
Publication:Friendship, New York, United States of America
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Text:"...as estimated by tho assigneo foots up a total of 8497,500. The liabilities are figured at $1,500,008. DEATH OF GEN. TERRY. Tha Old Soldier Passes Away at New Haven. Major Gen. AlfredHoweTerry died on Tuesday ... morning at four o'clock • at his residence, No. UO Hlllbouse avenue, New Haven, Conn. His death bad been expected, but not so suddenly as it came. It was due to heart disease, combined with BrighVs disoaso ... of the kidneys. Gen. Terry's illness datss back to Monument Day, June 17, 1887, when he participated in the dedication of the soldiers and sallow* monument. Among .the other Union Oeoerals present were Gen ... weeks before ho died. Poisoned Her Four..."
Date:Dec 25 1890
Publication:Chariton, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...Hla Laiit In the Homo olHls NEW Alfred on the retired list of tho died this AlfredHoweTerry was born In lie was educated In school of Now Haven and at tho Yule aw having been already ad mitted ... that they will take the United States as their where all standing equal In tho sight of aro equal before the Funeral of NEW re mains of AlfredHoweTerry were placed in their last resting place yesterday At 1 oclock ... at about 1 and was claimed tbat the death of Jcorgo was foul murder by unknown The officers forced their way to Georges room In the second story of a low whore he Had spent nost of tho only to bo horrified ... by a His..."
Date:Dec 25 1890
Publication:West Bend, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...career, has evoked much sympathy with his family. General AlfredTerry, who earned distinction on the Federal side in the Civil War, died December 16 at New York. AMERICAN HUMOUR. The ghost dance ... been given secretly to the relatives, after having been buried as a matter of form in the jail yard. But the statement should be received with much reserve. The study of the Spanish language ... , including his private account books, letters, and various personal effects, has just been held at Philadelphia by order of his surviving relatives. The total sum realized by the sale amounts to $14 ... . Captain John Anderson, who was buried early this month in Brooklyn, was the master during the war of the well-known clipper, " Davy Crockett." It..."
Date:Dec 19 1890
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"...adopted will bo entirely successful, ' I and will result in groat advantages to the railways and the public. llow Was tlie Fatal Blow Deatl New- Hatijx, Conn,, Deo. XG.-Gen.. Alfred H. Terry died of heart ... of tlio Mis.souvi. He lield this po.sltion until his Voluntary retirement from tlie army m l,SR8, In the death of Gcii. Terry tho country has lost another of those fearless soldiers who, by their bravery ... g rl into whose individuality her own had neon transferred,, for she was that other girl. Tho Mary EofC whom sho became and remained for nearly 12 months, had died several years bo-foro. Yet where her ... life had been broken by death Mary Vennum took it up, continued its interrupted duties, went to live in her old home, and could not be dragged away. She sti'ongly resembled..."
Date:Dec 16 1890
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"...of the will of his father, Howard B. Allen, who- died in January, 1889, leaving an estate worth a,bout $300,000. Allen was for years senior member of the large wholesale house of Allen, Slade Co., and was a man ... AUen conthmed to reside here, but no demand was made upon him, and he left no evidence of any claim of Davis. Five days after Allen's death his son was notliled that Davis claimed SCOOO on the score ... . 10,-A very singular fate was that of Thomas Carroll and Martin Dacoy who wore killed at George E. Diclc-crnian's paper mill in this city this afternoon. Dacoy was a hod carrier in the employ of Baker ... at his homo on Central av. this morning, For CO years he had resided in a j)arl of the town known as Gioenville, and had been janitor of the school there for a quarter of a cen-turs'. His death ... , and striking a rock the barge S!ink. The..."
Date:Dec 17 1890
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"...hoard. Funeral of Maj.-Gen. Terry Today. Nev.' Haven, Conn., Doc, 17.-The arrangements for the funeral of Maj.-fion. Alfred H. Terry have been completed. The funeral will take place tomorrowaftcnioon ... ivero captured iioar Dungo-ncss yesterday while trying to smuggle their w.iy into the United States, They resisted urrost, and one of them wns killed by Inspector Feiin. Chinamen hero say they will call ... in Haverhill. N. H. Haverhill, N. B.., Deo. 18.-Hon. Na-thanial V/. AVostgato, the oldest and one of the be.st known lawyers iu Grattou county, died at his liomo in Haverhill,. N, H., yesterday. Judge Westgate ... . At 12 o'clock a service will be held at tho houso, at which only relatives and tho ..."
Date:Dec 19 1890
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"...statute. It would he proved that Johnson, the second husband of tins woman, who had fouglit in the war, died in 1863, and in Novemberi 1887, a certificate was issued from the pension office to the defendant ... , and contracted fever and ague while iu tlio service. .She stated that her husband died on the 10th of.March, 1884; tliat she had married her husband luider tlio name of Carrie E. Eing on the 28th day of November ... , 1868, at Nashua, N. H., ceremony by � Rev. E. R. Wilkms. Mr. Allen went on to read the record of . the death of Johnson, as alsn^thB record ef the mairiage of Edgar 0. Johnson and Carrie en the reading ... , was assaulted yesterday, it is alleged, by Frank James. James is charged with having looked tho little girl in the barn, and kept her (luiet by throats of instant death until he hoard tho child's mother coming ... and 40..."
Date:Dec 18 1890
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"...#s he vrhl have possession of the property soon, and hold It If he Is compelled to maintain a military company. DEATH OF GEN. TERRT. The Old SoliOior PaHsesfiAway at New Haven. Major (Jen. AlfredHowe ... Terry died on Tuesday morning at four o'clock at his residence, No. 30 Hillhouse avenue, New Haven, Conn. His death had been expected, but not so suddenly as it came. It was due to heart disease, combined ... the worst at Kilkenny. The result there, he says, must determine the life or death of home rule in his day. He deplores the lact that this question should be decided by such a petty contest. But ' a victory ... with Bright's disease ot ithe kidneys. Gen. Terry's Illness dates back to Monument Day, June..."
Date:Dec 25 1890
Publication:Abbeville, Alabama, United States of America
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Text:"...Sections. Gton. AlfredTerry Dead. Bpeeua to the TrlbanA. Nkw Haven, Dec. 16.—Gen. AlfredTerry died this morning after a short illness. He was sixty-three years of age. Byrand Trial Special to The Tribune ... it is sold.HEDZm.FBELPS & C0MPAIT7. BUFFALO BILL TALKS thinks sitting bull's dbath m£AN8 pbaob. The French Criminal Eyrand's Trial Was Called This Morning. Death of Oen. Terry—Important Wireleta Prom Various ... plants at the I ^^^ after her her father's death did she make up her mind to renounce the world. Her lather bequeathed her $2,000,000, all safely Invested in real estate. Rumor has it that she intends ... , the Indians have quieted down,..."
Date:Dec 16 1890
Publication:New Albany, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...Fisher Breeihes His Last at New Hevea, Coon. New Haven, Conn., Deo. 16.—Brevet Maj.-Gen. Alfred H Terry, of tbe United States army, died this morning. Gen. Terry, as colonel of the Seventh Connecticut ... to take out fraudulent cltt zenship papers lastOctober, was sentenced to five years In the Joliet penitentiary to day. Jouar, 111., Deo. 14.—The funeral of Miss Lottie Burlingame, Joliet’s lady lawyer ... . Physicians were summoned but abe never opened ber lips afterwards and kept sinking till death at 7 o’clock wafted ber spirit away. Tbla waa a very sudden and unexpected call and when ber sad summons was being ... will be pushed to the supreme oourt. Pontiac, Dec. 14.—Thomas H. Edwards, a prominent farmer, living about 4 miles southeast of here, died..."
Date:Dec 19 1890
Publication:Bloomington, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"...# *1 New If * v«u. Cuiui. New Have.v, Conn., Deceit.—Alfred II. Terry. Major-General, United States annv. died here of Bright’s disease of the kidneys and heart trouble, from which he had suffered since ... Ittu* Killed - The lutliaii* l>rt»«*n from thn Field with Heavy Lom Sort* of Nil* (iiiK Hull’* l>«*i*rh. GENERAL TERRY DEAD. A FIF.KCE F. NO A OF. ML NT. Rai*II» Citv. s. D., Dec. 17.—A rancher ... ' just arrived in great haste report** to j the commanding officer that a troop of cavalry has been attacked by Indians, and that two officers and fifty men have been killed, but that the Indians were ... repulsed with heavy losses. The number of Indians killed is not known. The soldiers were outnumbered by their dusky foes..."
Date:Dec 19 1890
Publication:Benton Harbor, Michigan, United States of America
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Text:"...-enforced, and that no desertions occurred except Two Strike and a few followers. DEATH OF GEN. TERRY. The OUI Soldier Passes Away at New Haven. Major Gen. AlfredHoweTerry died on Tuesday morning at four o’clock at his r« sidence ... her husband was on his dying bed and the ceremony was performed two weeks before he died. Poisoned Her Four Children. Near Brandenburg, Ivy., Mrs Jessio Higbee. whose home is near Brandenburg, was taken ... , No. 30 nuthouse avenue, New Haven, Conn. His death had been expected, but not so suddenly as it came. It was due to heart disease, combined with Bright’s disease of the kidneys. Gen. Terry’s illness ... . Gen...."
Date:Dec 25 1890
Publication:Monmouth, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"...of Major-General Alfred II. Terry, of the United States army, occurred at New Haven, Conn., age 63 years. In the mines near Hazelton, Pa., four Hungarians were killed by a fall of coal. At Pittsburgh, Pa ... of dissolution in case lie dies a natural death. It assures the timid that there is really no pain connected with the act of dying. Out of nine hundred foreign missionaries at present in India it is said ... , numbered 404 against 374 the preceding week and 342 the corresponding week last year. train went through R trestle near Boll var, O., and four persons were killed and eight injured. The banking house of S. A ... . Kean &Co., in Chicago, which had closed its doors, had liabilities of $1,300,000; assets, $497,000. Henry Popp and Elmer Sharkey were hanged in the Ohio penitentiary at Columbus. The latter..."
Date:Dec 25 1890
Publication:New Philadelphia, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"..................................... 1,000,000 or underwear go to Kellimi A Hull j s., they have an elegant line. 84t3 i It is a singular coincidence that Gen. Alfred H. Terry died at about the same time that the notorious Hitting Bull ... WMS killed. It will be remembered that Gen. Terry was in command of the troops at the battle in which Hitting Bull and his warriors fell upon and massacred Gen. Custer and his party. Inquire of Frazier ... . 86t8 Poses, Cut Flowers, Floral Designs for Funeral or Wedding purposes at Barton’s, 20 West Haiti Street. ii HEAT EXCITEMENT 1 Special Telegram to Barton troin One of the Magnates of New York! Mr. Cm ... —ayes, my friend, tlmt may soon las closed forever in death, and of the great and intense delight felt wheu a wonderiul tree is..."
Date:Dec 18 1890
Publication:Norwalk, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"...Terry, of the U. S. Army, died at his home in New Haven, Dec. 15, aged 64 years. He was a gallant soldier in the war for the Union and afterwards commanded the Department of Dakota and the division ... ring, the yule-log blaze and crackle on the hearth, and the holly glean on the wall. Weary centuries have come and gone since the star looked down on the plains of Bethlehem, empires have passed away ... General Laurent, a prominent Roman Catholic ecclesiastic of Toronto, Canada, died suddenly the other night of heart failure. The business portion of Millard, Mo., consisting of four stores, the post ... -office, town hall and three dwellings was destroyed by fire recently. Eyraud, the Paris murderer, has appealed to the Court of Cassation against the sentence of death pronounced upon him for the murder of Gouffe ... was in..."
Date:Dec 24 1890
Publication:Warren, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"...necessary for its complete success are assured. General Terry Buried. New Haven, Conn., Dec. 20.-—Th* funeral of the late Major-General Alfred H. Terry occurred here. The services were simple, but impressive ... Men Chasing the Hostiles, DIED HY THE RUHE. Four Indian Murderers Hanged at Missoula, Mont. A Double Execution at Columbus, O. —A Tragedy Attends a Hanging in Canada. MET A JUST FATE. Columbus, O., Dee ... . The other men were executed. They were Elmer Sharkey, who killed his r ither near Eaton, Preble County, January 12, 1889, crushing her skull while she was sleeping, and Henry Popp, a German, who killed Morris ... , the murderer of Napoleon Michel, his brother-in-law, was hanged in the..."
Date:Dec 20 1890
Publication:Defiance, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"...satisfactory to hij many friends in this part of the State. * * * * * Major-Gen. Alfred 11. Terry, 011 the retired list of the United States Army, died at his home 111 New Haven, Conn,, last Friday. He had ... in the killingofthe chief, his son, Crow Foot and six other hostiles. Five of the Indian police, in trusted with the mission of arresting Bull were also killed, and several others wounded. The entire force of Indian ... a brilliant army record during the war of the rebellion, his latest achievements being the capture of Fort Fisher, N. C., after Gen. Butler had declared it impregnable. * * * * * The death of В. B. Scott ... . The action, which is for the recovery of $20,000 from Mr. Riley, will be tried at Indianapolis * * * * * I11 the death of Gen. E. H. Broad-head,..."
Date:Dec 19 1890
Publication:Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"...in Arcauum JLiali. BURIAL OF MA.J.-GEN. TERRY. No Pomp, Military or Civic, Connected With the Funeral Procession. New Haven, Conn., Dec. 19.—Tho remains of Major-General AlfredHoweTerry, tho taker of Fort ... us a rest!_ NOT WILLIAM H. CLARKE. The man who was killed by a railroad train at New Brunswick, N. J., was J. E. Clark, a travelling salesman of this city. When in Boston lie boarded at the Park Square ... to enjoy looking at articles which one would think would bo a.source of tantalizing discomfort to them. Doubtless the average shopper cannot get up much sympathy lor a tramp's interest in Christmas presents ... Boston, in which a man deliberately shot and killed a neighbor’s dog that st..."
Date:Dec 20 1890
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"...is threatened. Isaac Smith, Elmer Sharkey and Henry PAlfred H. Terry, of the army, Cook's predecessor in the command of the West ... Bulls death to have been a good thing. Signer Succi, an Italian, completed a fast of forty-five days at Kew York on the 20th. Oswald Ottendorfer has sold the New York Staats Zeit-ung to Herjcaa Eodden ... , died at New Haven, Conn., on the 10th. Christ Kneillng, a tailor of Dayton, O., who put $3iCOO in a cigar box and buried it for safety, has been robbed of the whole amount. The presiding Judge has ... at Augusta, Me., is from 6 toSiQches thick. A gang of men on a new railroad in Wayne county, West Va., attempted to thjoiv out frozen dynainite on the 21st Two of them were ..."
Date:Dec 26 1890
Publication:Brownsburg, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...:■'—Puck. HIS BATTLES NOW ARE O'ER. 6«n. Terry Th« Becord of the lAte MisJ as • Soldier. Maj. Gen. AlfredHoweTerry (retired), whose death is announced, will doubtlesá go into history as the true "Hero of Fórt ... was transferred to the Army of the Potomac and bore an active part to the close. His subsequent career as an Indian fighter is well known. He died at the residence of his sister in New Haven. rieasantcr Perhaps ... shov.- in the attic; they made acquaintance with the oiFxce .sotker» uud became the hot champiom of the di^itrcs-sed. William sickened and died ia February, 18i2. His fiither was profoundly moved by his ... death, though he gave no outward..."
Date:Dec 29 1890
Publication:New Albany, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"....ind Frank M^-yers. A full set of burglar's totls was found on them. I he funeral of the late Maj. Gen. Alfred H. Terry occurred at New Haven, Conn., PViday. The .services were simpie, but im ... the events that had just (K;cum9d at Ballinskill, and •»-éerting tiiat Parnell bad brought a mob of hirelings to attack them. Parnell'» carnage, while passing, was hooted, and Davitt seut woni to Parnell tliat ... and discu.ssed at length. An agreement was had that a vote on it «hall be taken after two hour« debate to-day. Washington' City, Dec. 18.—After passing a bill for the wtle of the old customs building at Erie ... Bull, the great Sioux chief audth* most deadly foe of the whites, was killed yesterday morning. Orders had been re-csived from Gen...."
Date:Dec 25 1890
Publication:Wabash, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"..., murderers, wera hung In the Colum bus (Ü.) penitentiary on tho 19lh. MaJ. Gen. Alfred H. Terry, of iho amy, Cook's predecessor In tho command of the Wast, died at New Haven, Conn., on the leth. Christ ... of mon on a new railroad in Wayne county. West Va., attempted to throtv out frozen dynamite on the Slst Two of them wore killed and ton permanently crippled. Mrs. Washington Anderson, over ninety years old ... , was buried at Dubuque, la., on the 20th. It is claimed that she was the last living repi-oientativo of the family of George Washington. There is a proposition before the Ken tucky constitutional convention ... was shot and killed and Cadwallder, failing to escape the pur suing crowd, shot himself through ths bead. The State Farmers' Aj^iiinco of llaras-ka closed its..."
Date:Dec 26 1890
Publication:Richmond, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...that of State and federal elections, and if they would support a bill dratva to carry out that principle. GENERAL ALFRED H, TERRY. Major-General Allred ilowe Terry died yesterday morning at 4 o’clock at bis ... I am lioine loniglit, 1 shall bo home liy that time.” and drove out of the stable toA\aird.s Railroad avenue, which leads to Tlie depot. ox THE HUAI) TO IUKAM’S DEATH. Tliere Hiram got into tho buggy ... and started on tlie road which brought him to his death. I'hey started out on I’ortlaiid street, Avliicli leads to Hast Kocliester. It isa straight road to Hast Kocliester. As they drove along on tliis road ... to Kocliester, and Huat Isaac tliere took lum on this ride, and that lie sliot and killed his brotlier..."
Date:Dec 17 1890
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"...in Dover, N. 11. Page 1 Death 0! General Alfred H. Terry at New Haven. 2 Congress-Senator Pasco oilers an amendment to 1 lie force bill, comon.sing two additional sections. The House takes up th o apportion ... to appeal to the people. [Mr Redmond- We will fight for you till death.’] Ij tne people were slack and cowardly, if they failed tocoino to a just, true and patriotic decision. Ireland s cause was lost ..."
Date:Dec 17 1890
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"...the burial expenses by the county will be and It is likely that the niggardly rela tives will be dragged out into tho Funeral of NEW re mains of AlfredHoweTerry were placed Inheir last resting place ... miles northwest of the this morning at His fol owers attempted a and fighting commenced Four policemen were killed Eight Indians wero tilled Including son Wdft eOrBrW others lyJCOnrtedStates troops who ... effect of the death of Sitting Bull is He was not a chief in the sense of being a leader in and never had been addressed as the ambitious old the politician in him credited to the the death cannot be havo ... wrought up over the express fears for the They think the followers that ho had at the time of his..."
Date:Dec 25 1890
Publication:Anita, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...must have be .mi done several days ago. Rats have gnawed at the fingers of Mr. and Mrs. Spearman. Tho shei-' iff is in chargo of the premises. lemise of CJeiierat Terry. Major General Alfred HcAve Terry ... into xinconsciousness, having apparently taken poison. In a freight wreck on the Louisville and Xasbville road near Memphis Junction, Tenn., aiireuian named West was killed and Engineer Coleman fatally injured ... and sentenced to death. Three armed men entered the Chicago and Erie ticket office at Kemp, O., and, after covering the agcu!, William Scherboi-der, with their revolvers, went through the Bafe and took about ©30 ... . Hannah JS'el^on of Clilcago drank a dose of carbolic acid and died *in a .short time. A laborer named Ilass, working for E. J. Armory on street..."
Date:Dec 24 1890
Publication:Winamac, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...- workers and those in the not them states General Alfred H. Terry. General Alfred H Terrv died the other day m New Haven just twen four hours after the dca h of bitting Bull, against whom lie led a column ... as in blue, always re sptcLeJi Ins manly qualities, and here m AtUnta, where lie was well known, hia death will be smcerelj regretted The York Democracy. The "New 1 ork Herald appears to be get- ting iraeasv ... is so A man who steals funeral orations i3 bound to keep before tlie public in some way Ir THE people had the money that the re- publican congress has wasted during the past three vears there would ... in Hrief Justice May now be vindicated, And a death blow may be dealt the Marietta blind tiger operators, who have fpr two jears..."
Date:Dec 19 1890
Publication:Atlanta, Georgia, United States of America
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Text:"...-i. There are some men in mine hut particu- lars cannot bo learned Brevet Major General Alfred H Terry, L nited States army retired, died, at New Haven yester- day morning A 10 000 gallon water tajik collapsed ... through thit body Last ses- e co najje bill passed the senate, and r d killed it in the house H do the thing thia season, and V niii the westerners fear Thns, as now view tho situation, they sf to make sort ... of a landlord who evicted two poor women you knew and kicked one to death HE EULOGIZED GLADSTONE Mr Davitt then eulogized Mr Gladstone, who, he said, worked for Ireland while Par- noll was inactive [Ones ... patient examining the little hoj he toid the parents there no possible ch nice for lecovery The child died in a few hours tint it maj be gi cratic btdcler, or..."
Date:Dec 17 1890
Publication:Atlanta, Georgia, United States of America
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Text:"...and assets at SOSOOOO THK death of MajorGeneral Alfred H Terry of the United States army oc curred at Xcw Haven Conn age 03 years INthe mines near TTazelton Pa four Hungarians were killed by a fall of coal ... Ind g two men who refused to support those de pendent on them were taken from sa loon midnight und Hogged by wliito caps KOKKIIT Konissox ngId 70 yearn liv ing near Morrison 111 shot and killed Hss Mary ... at tlarlfsyille Tenn for SISOOOO Ox the 15th Sitting Hull the Sioux chief Kliot and killed tit camp forty miles northwest of Standing Koclc Agency N by the liuliuu police wluKr restating arrest Seven other In dians ... including Sitting Hulls son Craw Foot Which Hear and Caleb Bird were fcluin and five of the Indian police were killed..."
Date:Dec 24 1890
Publication:Waterloo, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...The theorv of this ac tion is tnat the law and its interpreta tion are unconstitutional OM Warrior itt New XEV KAVEX Dec G 3en Alfred II Terry died this moni Oen Terry was born in Cczineoiicu ind entered ... precipitated to the bottom of the shaft Everv one of the of the case was killed ALMOST A RIOT Catholics of Keiv Uaven Bemantl Free Text Books for Their Iiixtlmtsoiis HAYES Dec freemen of this town held a special ... this morning iction will be taken by ihe department s soon as the wishes of the family in thn funeral in iPi POWDER MILLS BLOWN UP Explosion of the Ohio VTorts Slllins Fourteeii Uliles Dec af ter noon a terrible ... Wiil iam Clark an employe was killed out right and several others are probably fatally injured WORK OF A ROMAN FAKIR ..."
Date:Dec 20 1890
Publication:Ironwood, Michigan, United States of America
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Text:"...parties who are unknown have engaged Judge The defendants it is are considering the advisability of re course to a habeas corpus Terry NEW AlfredTerry died this morn Terrv was born in Connecticut ... HIS GORY WORK ENDED SITTING BULL KILLED DY THE INDIAN The Old Son mnd Serena Otbei ef Kotorlons 8lpnx Kcdl cine Han and ferAKBiKo BOCK attempt to arrest Sitting Bull yes resulted in the killing ... upon the appearance of the and three 01 the latter were killed outright and two wognded so seriously that they died beiore they could be and three others The police then opened fire upon the at the same ... at escaped up the Grand The point at which the battle occurred is Jortvtwo miles below the and information tonight is necessarily meager and With the..."
Date:Dec 20 1890
Publication:Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"...surprise for moments; "why. I don't believe any one ever thought of THE death of Major-Gcneral Alfred II. Terry, of the United Stales army, oc eurrcd at New Haven, Conn., age 03 years. IN the mines near ... of grain in store on the 15th was: Wheat, 23. ISO. ISO bushels; corn. 409 bushels; oats. bushels. THE EAST. AT a railway crossing in Bristol, Pa., five persons were struck by an express train and killed. TUB ... big clothing establishment of the S. B. Barnaby Company at Providence. R. L, was gutted by fire, causing a loss of One fireman was killed. Tun death of Mary Brown occurred in Providence, R. L ... for the Lorll- lard Brick-Works Company of New York. The liabilities were and assets THE death of the wife and daughter of tho late..."
Date:Dec 24 1890
Publication:Albert Lea, Minnesota, United States of America
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Text:"...about to use In lifting the submerged and that the monev is still coming Among his well wishers are the the Prince of Burial or NEW re mains of AlfredHoweTerry were placed in their last resting place ... was kflled in la Mari nette machine was a few years ago one of the prominent politicians of Den Be engaged in debate with tbe most eminent Danish At the time of his death Nilsen had been work ing on some ... of the was nearly choked to death another baa his nose battered out Then 20 or 800 boys and yonng men gathered on the sidewalk and crowded into the hall where they cursed and Cajit Gaunt one of his assistints made ... to the After theexeraieB the remains were transferred to the Grove Street where the interment In accordance with the wish 1..."
Date:Dec 27 1890
Publication:Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"...being whipped with a machine strap. The remains of Major General AlfredHoweTerry, the hero of Fort Fisher, were buried at New Haven, Conn. Services were held at the house and also at the United Church ... season of holiday and of gifts. We bav a tbe poor and the distressed in mind and body always with ns. There are many abundantly able to relieve the former, and'none need be so poor in sympathy ... that they may not, in some measure, alleviate the burdens of tbe latter. And tbis ia the most beantifnl featote of tbe Christmas tide Gifts of kindners and sympathy humanize those who bestow and those who receive ... Cecil county, accidentally killed his brother William, aged 21, while out gunning for ducks. Adam Strippy, a brakeman oil tbe Bal-..."
Date:Dec 25 1890
Publication:Hagerstown, Maryland, United States of America
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Text:"...-General Alfred II. Terry died Tuesday morning at New Haven, Conn He rendered distinguished services dur- ing the late war. His voluntary retire- ment from tbe army occurred in 1888, at which time he was in command ... 'I'K OF M It VI. A NO. E len Hennessy, of aged 19, died of burns received wbile making fire in a kitchen stove. Mies El'Zibeth Applemao, of Middle- town, celebrated tbe 99.h anniversary of "ier birth last ... Thursday. In a quarrel at Biltimore ou Saturday light John Robert Washipgton stabbed nd killed Jdmes Jobosof, both colored. A commodious Mflhodist Episcopal hnrcb, cf Qjthfc srohittcture, was dedicated oo ... Sunday at Mt. Carroll Bounty. Henry indicted for killing Secjimin Horntman, was acquitted in he Biltimore City Criminal Court on a lea of self-dtfense. Thomas Clam, aged 45, was ..."
Date:Dec 18 1890
Publication:Hagerstown, Maryland, United States of America
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Text:"..., a Lotvsvillo bank defaulter, turns out to be another man. Death of Muj. Tcrrr. RAVKN. Conn.. Doc. Brevet Major General Alfred H. Terry, on the retired list of the armv-. diod this morn- .VETT PORTUGUESE Z ... candidates for representatives, under like penalties. DIED Iff BROOKLYN. The Widow and Daughter of the Late GOT. Noble of Wisconsin. NEW YORK, Dec. S. No- ble and Mrs. Sarah Noble J-iderhill, widow ... and daughter respectively of ex-Lieutenant Governor B. G. Noble. of Wisconsin, who died from apoplexy less than two months ago, have died from pneumonia at their home in Brooklyn. Mrs. Noble was stricken rnonia ... a week ago. and Mrs. Under- hill cared for her until three days Ago when she herself was taken ill. four-year-old daughter of the lat- ter is also just recovering from..."
Date:Dec 16 1890
Publication:Oshkosh, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"...ail lie al once, proceeded to h Ilkeony where he- will Join Parnell Ho will ac company Paraell during the Kilkenny ftnj Wflrj In toe intcn.su of Hr fte Par Conn December Major Alfred "U Terry of ibc L b ... of Sitting Ball l death i known An enteufrltlog Bismarck mercl-nt iblt moralng offered for Sittlat; llull i head lloollBC Wolfs KtplolU. December 16 Howl nc Wolf ao Ottoc on way with aeveral -Indians of his ... A retired died this morn General Terry was W years of age and had beta a-suScrcr from Bright t offer of Two Strike atooped the move- of tke troopt for a while They ma meat are; to atari at a moment a notice ... which he re turned to New Haven He bat realded witb hit listen oa Hill avenue ever alnce Twenty before his death the near end waa apparent, and bit brother! alileri at Enclewaod Ilia. Knoxvtlle Teaa ..."
Date:Dec 17 1890
Publication:Colorado Springs, Colorado, United States of America
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Text:"...firmation ot hia conviction that the disease could bo combaltocl by his method which prevented weakness till nature threw oil NEW Conn Dec Maj don Alfred II Terry of llio United Slates army died hero today ... Jewelry Two Officers and Fifty Men Said to Have Been Killed iu the Fight DENVER Dec News courier from A camp near Dalys ranch has the following from Rapid City S D A rancher just arrived in great haste ... to our commanding oificar and reports a command of cavalry attacked and two officers and fifty men killed but the Indians wero repulsed with heavy losses The number of Indians killed is not known The Indi ... was merited is fully aU tested in the determined manner in which they carried out thefr instructions in the fearlessness with which they faced ..."
Date:Dec 17 1890
Publication:Waterloo, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"..._ Brevet Major-Gcneral Alfred H. Terry U I FALL AND WI ft) TEE? 1 AQ 1 the hero of Fort Fisher, on the retired j ._. _________ list of the United States nrtny, dictl' this morning. For three yours ... . XXX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY; NJEVADA, TUESDAY, DECEMBEK 16, SITTING BULL KILLED And the Settlers are Greatly Excited; AWTHEIt MXK FAIL'S THROUGH The Attack fV.cCarthyites. the The DlggerM Dancing. Special ... - pants dance. i "Warm Contest on Sen ators Expected. CAPT. O'SHEA TO THE FRONT. And Rocolvo the "Worst the Bargraiu. of Hitting Hull and Moil Killed. By Associated Press.1 Ciiii'.uio, Dec. o'clock to ... - night Assistant Adjutant General Cor- bin of General Miles' staff received an official dispatch from St. Paul saying that Sitting Hull mid five of his men, and i even ol tho Indian police had been killed ......"
Date:Dec 16 1890
Publication:Reno, Nevada, United States of America
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Text:"...Sioux Chieftain Shot Down While Attempting to Escipe From His Captors. war has A Minister Resigns. ROME, Dec. minister of resigned. General Terry Dead. NEW HAVEN, Conn., Dec. Maj AlfredTerry, on tbe ... retired lint of tbe United States army, died this morning. Deadly Coal Gas. PHILADELPHIA, Dec. Seneca Fell, and her grand-child Olive Terrene were fouDil dead lu lied la this morning. It le supposed ... they suffocated by coal A Fatal Explosion. ASHLAND, Wle., Dec. the eiploaloo oC a box of giant powder on Sunday lu Lake mine at Wakcfleld, Michigan, two men were killed and a cumber'of others were fatally In- jured ... , because of the latter's wicked ness. His Son and Several of His Followers and a Number of Police Killed in tbe Scrimmage. 'arnell Secures an Injunction Against tbe Suppressed United nell Endorsed ... '.n..."
Date:Dec 16 1890
Publication:Cedar Rapids, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...and brother G Ii died to-day Ht was a of Doc jor General Alfred Hi Terry United States army died thla morning SHERIFFS DEPARTMENT fKo for thla that jot signature pt a ur of County Tex Dec or One hands high star ... THE DAILY NEWS WEDNESDAY DECEMBER HOW TEE OLD MAN DIED A FULLER ACCOUNT OF THE KILLING OF SITTING DULL Ha Four Aim Went lation is ig Army ST PAUL Minn Doc Bunds at Hock hoard that Sitting Dull an bin ... for but a abort aod then returned to tool possession of tho bodies of Sitting Bull nm his BOO policemen wore killed nm altogether nnd It Is though that altogether eight of the won killed Crow Foot the sou of Bull ... and fears of Indians had gained whatever he has hail and Just how who survive him will take his ..."
Date:Dec 17 1890
Publication:Galveston, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"...Chicago Thursday night aftfiraflght in which one wan wounded by a detective are Charles Warhinger and Frank A jfull sot of burglars tools was found on The funeral of the late AlfredTerry occurred at New ... by on of tho work Edwin Holmfs nn Of tho firm of Bheldon of and a man that Citys died iu Now York 14 3rd Sitnltary steam and gM Contract work ft spec Estimotus promptly Ccniult this list for your dallj wants ... The services wore but im being unmarked by civic or mili tary The interment took place at the Grove Street RcmJ La Montagne was hanged at Sher for the murder of Napoleon Michel The died of heart brought ... separated from husband last The nnfortunaU woman died at Soclock Thursday after HIierllT WM the Icttera to Above were made public..."
Date:Dec 20 1890
Publication:Sterling, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"...DEATH OF The Old Soldier 1anxos Away at New Major AlfredHoweTerry died on Tuesday morning at four oclock at his 30 Hillhouso New His death had been ex but not so suddenly us it It was duo to heart ... preacher of hus buon found jullty of committing a criminal operation upon Annie and was sentencsod to a term of throe years In the State Ills a girl aged U died tho day before ho was sentenced to prls n anJ ... of tho outrage thus es caped A posso is now in Trimble endeavoring to llnd their Showed How to KM a Janies while showing a funeral party at how to kill a chicken broke the neck of Patrick a man 80 years ... registered at the Don Ison tho other night has Inherited by the ..."
Date:Dec 26 1890
Publication:Williamsburg, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...States army, died this morning. Alfred B.owe Terry was born in Hartford. Conn., Nov. 10, 1827. He was educated at New Haven and Yale and practised law from 1849. He was clerk ef the superior and supreme ... a meeting inside the hotel, while the Parnelhtes held a revival meeting outside. GElf. TEUBY. A Brevet major General of the Onllcd Armr Dead. NEW HAVEN, Deo. Major General Alfred H. Terry, of the United ... Chicago, 111 Jane JO. '87, Dea Hoi an Early Resident The Waco (Tex) Hay of Deo. C chonicled the death on Fnday, the 5cb of Mrs- Astnes Faircbild ia the 77tt year ot her age. Deceased was foi manyyears ... , Copyrights, etc. Special attention given to Patent taw Oases, Superior Street, CfevftlaDd, O., with associate MoelD Waahlnzton and to countries. ..."
Date:Dec 17 1890
Publication:Sandusky, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"...CENTRALU ENTERPRISE AND TRIBUNE WI8 BOSSIER BRUMUKK Proprietors ISLAND UNDER WATER GEN A H TERRY DEAD rhe Old Warrior Suddenly Hi New lluven NEW HAYEN Conn Dec Sen Alfred II Terry died IhU inoru Half ... and contents were nearly totally destroyed Ills wife and daughters es caped in their night clothes and did not save any thing The senator was not at home at the time SHAFT Eighteen Men Killed liy Die Fall oC ... into tho pit Suddenly and without vwrning the ropo connecting the cage with the drum broke and tho men were precipitated to the bottom of tho shaft Kvery oue of tho occupants of the cage was killed Jig Gen ... Conn thisinorninj Action will be taken by the departmoi s soon as tho wishes of tho family i to tbo funeral cnn bcncrerlaincd..."
Date:Dec 20 1890
Publication:Centralia, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"...: of are 1 1-.- i iiiid i.-ive tieen b'-lie- in N---.V York Ne-.vport. Mi.v Carley re :n wh Kword of tbo Miy. Gen. an a Sc.Mi.-r. Maj. 'U-n. AlfredHoweTerry whotti death is announced, will doubtless ... mind do many queer ihinys. Tlie other day Barney Krickers, an and wealthy resident of Alliance, II., death's iu a collin. A severe iluess and the lo.-s of his wife many years ago l.im. For two decodes ..."
Date:Dec 26 1890
Publication:Marion, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"...(colored) on May 31 last. He confessed his crime and sang a hymn on the gallows. PERSONAL AND POLITICAL. Major-General Alfred II. Terry, of the United States army, died at New Haven, Conn., aged 63 years ... and America. Four Hungarians were killed in the mines near llazelton, Pa., by a fall of coal. SULZIiECK, WeEIGE BOI.KEK, Silk manufacturers at College Point, L. I., failed for 150,000. The new silver ... exceeded the liabilities. Judge R. W. McUhide, of Elkhart, was appointed to the position on the Supreme Bench of Indiana made vacant by the death of Justice Mitchell. At Wichita, Kan., after the jury ... , were murdered by some person unknown. Heavy snow crushed in the roof of the Roanoke (Va.) machine works, causing 8100,000 damages. One man was killed and eight severely..."
Date:Dec 26 1890
Publication:Fayette, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...concern as thoy havo held in tho old. Funeral of Gen. Terry. Nkw Haven, Conn., Dec. 20.—Tho remains of MaJ.-Gen. Alfred Howo Terry were placed In their last resting placo yostorday afternoon. At 1 o ... position and caused the wreck. He is a notorious criminal. Some time ago he shot and killed a negro at CenterviUe, Miss., but was acquitted on the ground of insanity. A private telegram from Woodville ... and their band of outlaws beforo and after their raid upon tho Korthficld bank,' in 1880, in which six men were killed. Ono of tho Missouri banditti eviUcntly died here, as .bones were found. A party of young ... under a pile of partly decayed cornstalks. One of'the gang wounded in tho North« fltfd fight probably ..."
Date:Dec 25 1890
Publication:Rolfe, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...depredations GENERAL TERRY DEAD. II« Succumbs to llrlglit'n DIhouso and Heart Trouble nt Now Haven, Conn. Nbw Haven, Conn., I)ec.'i7.—Alfred H. Terry, Major-General, United States army, died here of Height ... . tl..11 ij:rini'/li the death of an unknown fi'ii:4 ho has come into poses-sioii of tor thousand dollars. 'Hero is a ehck fmr tin^ amotiut-f-l.ntt ymt inivst ftrit • menlion tyv iun;n [11 cuiiiuctiot ... .] FRIGHTFUL WRECKS. A Train In Canada Plunges Off A Bridge —lletween Fifteen and Twenty I'eople Killed, und Many Injured—A Trestle Gives Way In Ohio Carrylijg with It a Passenger Triiln—Tonr 1,1 vea J.ost, St ... of S0,000 of deposits. The bank officials declare Unit provision lias been made to pay every dollar due creditors and depositors. ..."
Date:Dec 20 1890
Publication:Austin, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"...the arrangements for the funeral of Major General AlfredTerry have been completed. The funeral will take place today Family services will be held- at the house, which will be strictly private ... a long discussion resulted over the bill grantinir a franchise for a street railroad to Arlington cemetery which went over . at 12:10. Mr. Coke began speaking in opposition to the election bill. The House ... at the Indian bureau over the impression which has been widely circulated through the press that the Indian police, who arrested Sitting Bull and wore with him when killed, were acting under orders from ... to be exe-: courier had to cuted at midnight, to March 20,1891, in ; order that further investigation can be made of his case. Arrangements Complete--List of the ..."
Date:Dec 19 1890
Publication:Connersville, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...of General AlfredTerry at the age of cays the Chicago recalls the fact that hardly any of the great Generals of the war passed the fatal age of 63 The years of their between 64 and 63 have proved fatal ... in ternational questions in which Secre tary of State Blaine had a Kean triumphed in the re covering most of the stolen and putting their former employe be hind the stone walls of The Fatal Age of The recent death ... white men had killed an Indian near the Pine Ridge In regard to the reported starving of the Indians by the government the General says It is the policy of the government to grad ually shut down ... and America is receiving the Read what the London Financial Times says on the The measure which has all but killed the pearl button industry in Austria has suddenly resusciuted it In the United Some years ago..."
Date:Dec 25 1890
Publication:Alton, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"...death of General AlfredTerry at the age of says the Chicago recalls the fact that hardly any of the great Generals of the war passed the fatal age of The years of their lives between 64 and 63 have ... riding out from a frontier town and attacking two Sioux A few days later I read a story to the effected that three white men had killed an Indian near the Pine Ridge In regard to the reported starving ... the Columbian Fair may be expected to Ready for Collins has recovered from his late illness and is now ready to attend to the large holiday that awaits Call early and leave your orders at his fine photograph ..."
Date:Dec 22 1890
Publication:Alton, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"...at Scvr liavcu. HAVEX, Conn., Dec. 3en- Alfred H. Terry died this Gen. Terry was born in Connecticut ind entered the military service as colonel of the Connecticut anteers in 1SU1. He was engaged ... Killed an The cavalrv had not vet reacned the Brace A camp when the police" arrested Sitting j ANGELES, Cal., Dec. At- 1 w. _ _ 1 1_ _ _ I_ __r.l. Injured in J Official Figures >n tbe Xamber of People back ... 1 regard to the fnnenil cnn a issued to-day, Supt. of several lited DEATH m A MINE SHAFT. lantie Pacific west-bound passenger Jaaies was inFtantly killed. Eighteen Men Killed by the Fan of in Belgium ... into the pit. Suddenly and without Teaming the rope connecting the cage with the-drum broke, and the men were precipitated to the..."
Date:Dec 20 1890
Publication:Centralia, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"...of are equal before the Funeral of NEW ro nalns of AlfredHoweTerry oro placed liv ytholr last resting place osterday At 1 oclock ser Ices were held at tho home of the do eased members Tho remains rero ... sion of the bodies oTT Sitting Bulfand his Four policemen wore killed and three and It It thought that altogether eight of tho hostlles wore Crow the 18yearold son of Sitting Bull and a number of others ... of the death of Sitting Bull 1s He was not a chief in the sense of being a leader in and never had been addressed as Ut the ambitions old of tho politician In him ly credited to the on the supersU death cannot ... the express fears for tho They think the followers that he had at the time of his death..."
Date:Dec 25 1890
Publication:Anita, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...the slightest DEATH OF The Old Soldier Away al Now Major AlfredHoweTerry died on Tuesday morning at four oclock at 30 Hlllhouse New His death had been ex but not so middenly as it It was due to heart combined ... but the Indians were re pulsed with heavy The number o Indians killed Is not The tn dlans were put to This report If It Is not known whose command it It is probably that of ofthe his troops of 140 men The command ... on the other side of the river has changed for the worse materi It Is everywhere known that Sitting Bull baa killed and t bat a large number of his followers are on the precisely In what direction nobody seems ... wltfc disease of the Terrys illness..."
Date:Dec 19 1890
Publication:Marshall, Michigan, United States of America
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Text:"...Tlie funeral of the late Mnj Gen Alfred I Terry occurred at New Haven Conn vriday Tlie services were simple but im being uuiiiarked by civic or mili pomp The took place he Grove Street cemetory Two ... LOGANSPOBT 16TH YEAR JOHN GRAYS HAS A BAD LOOK The Way Sudden Death Came to Sitting Bull Tis well known that MB beat tho world on ChristmasHand korchifjfs in quantity style nncJ prico So that our ... and Red Tomahawk jumped upon it aud lew to the troops with the news that Hitting Bull was killed Crow Foot the boy wns next killed acid he fell across the body of his father Cimlml Cluliliuil The combat vus ... robbed ruined aud persecuted by the white people who have driven us from the lands which were formerly ours and not content with the robbery they have now ..."
Date:Dec 20 1890
Publication:Logansport, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...practically de cide that a conservative course should be TERRY Tin Curoor of u of HID Milton NKW Alfred of tho United States died at his resi dence in this city at 4 oclock yesterday AlfredTerry was born ... youth only 12 years It is expected tho settlers will flock to Bismarck and Manclan by the hundreds aa soon us tho news of sitting Bulls death is Tltn Ghost Diinuu Indians on the ranches near hero havo ... general until breveted major general and DIED AT 104 ORGANIZING A TIMBER Dcmliis of Vonnsy 1 vnnin mid York IVuilUiK Imu lead hiinlicniuii of Western Pennsylvania anil Wistiru New York uro qniotly agi ... oxuhmifjo in this town and issue certificates for tim conducting tlio business on the lines as an oil Uuinurlniblo Career of Colored nt..."
Date:Dec 17 1890
Publication:Tyrone, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"...- cupto (or November over tlie same month Icil year Gen. Alfred Ji. Terry, major general li, 8. A., died Tuesday morning in New llu- vert, Ct., sged (J! yeare. Tbe liabilities o'f (Jregory, Ballon A Co ... . Tbciluruii (S. National bank us-' I on account of the withdrawal of fOO.OQO dejwtits. E- A. Mulford.of Chicago, ent on seoiint of prolooged illness, iltol kc-rseW and will die. The increase of revenue re ... .. New banters, are and stiual aKete at tlie Powder Co.'b works, Wilier, OIK.' death and U several people. J. K. Pfatlsu killed 1m wile .it Loulvilk, kccauK she would not lire with him again aftw ... , a ptamiaeal Keutncky democrat, oitlw natum- al democratic committee lilt, died White Buffalo Man, a ton of Sitting Bull, sayi the killing..."
Date:Dec 25 1890
Publication:Hamilton, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:".... Terry, United Steles army, died thia morning. SHERIFFS' DEPARTMENT. matter accepwd for this eolnnuthai osies uot bear tee elgaatare ef a meisiBer.et .Ue aaaeclaUeei ef Knaai COMtir- CAHIKOK, Tex.. Dee ... of the bodies of Sitting Bnll and hie SOD. Four policemen were killed and three wounded altogether, and it Is thought that altogether eight of ths hostiles wsre killed. Crow Foot, ths son ot Sitting Bu 11 ... a southern center. Fort Sally on the east and troops stationed along the vettera border of Bad lands; there Is no chance for the hoetllM long to withstand their pmrsners. The fact of Us death of Sitting :Bnll ... of a' politician In him than la credited tp a ssvssv. By vorklng os ths supscstltlons acd tsars of Indians, had gained whatever prestige he has had and just how those who survive him will take his ..."
Date:Dec 17 1890
Publication:Galveston, Texas, United States of America
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Birth:Nov 10 1827 - Hartford, Connecticut, USA
Death:1890
Parents:Alfred Terry, Clarissa Howe
Siblings:Frederic Terry, Robert Goldsborough Terry, Adrian Terry, Clara Howe Terry, Eliza Howe Terry, Harriet Wadsworth Terry, Jeremiah Wadsworth Terry, Frances Terry, Jane Russell Terry
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