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Pierre Gustave Toutant "Toutant Beauregard "Little Creole"" Beauregard
Birth: May 28 1818 - ner New Orleans
Death: Feb 20 1893 - New Orleans, LA, USA
Parents: Jacques Elie Toutant Beauregard and Hélène Judith Toutant-Beauregard (born de Reggio)
Siblings: Louis-Siriaque, Francois-Jacques, Marie-Louise Francoise Judith, Augustin-Frejus, Charles-Alfred, Charles-Fredric, Jacques-Marie Armand, Elodie-Marie-Louise, Pierre-Alfred, Pierre-Nicolas Armand and Angela-Emilie
Partners: Marie-Antoinette Laure Toutant Beauregard (born Villere) and Marguerite-Caroline Beauregard (born Deslondes)
Children: René, Henri, Laure and Laure
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Text:".... 21.—General Peter Gustavus ToutantBeauregard, the famous Confederate general, died at his home in this city last night. He had been ill for two weeks and was declared at the point of death ten days ... . Mea Killed Ht «be Mine« In MjrrlM. Vibitka, Feb. :21.—An explosion at the Sir alis mine, in Sfcyria, caused fifteen deaths, beaides twenty miners being more or lees seriously' icjured. Six p ersons were ... on this Important Measure. ■oine are In Favor or It. Some Oppose It and Others Believe In Allowine tbe Womrn to Do as They Please. OBITÜABY. Written in memory of Mrs. Frank Hermanhyser, who died January 17. at Toledo ... — This Keitper, sjmi and old. He hcedeth not our oilers t)f wine, and siiee, and gold, But withers in onr lovel ones To..."
Date:Feb 22 1893
Publication:Fort Wayne, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...be no more Bepublicans taken into the Cleve- land Cabinet, now that it is full and vranning over. Gen. Beauregard, the well--v known rebel general and manager of the Ijouisiana lottery, died in New Orleans ... Hatch, the once iamous | : street magnate, died on Thurs-' day.. ' —;- m»m- The President on Thursday nomi-Benton Hancbett, of Miohi-gan, to succeed Judge Howell E. Jackson. i. '.^There will probably ... the Australian ballot system was killed by the house on Thursday. A house bill amending the quail law passed the Senate Thursday. Uuder the existing law the quail season opens October 15 and closes December 20 ... in the Legislature, and thereby losing a Senator. An express train on the Pennsylvania railroad dashed into an accommodation on Wednesday morning and instantly killed four passengers and..."
Date:Feb 25 1893
Publication:Greensburg, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...weeks ago caused so much comment, has been acting as a domestic in a private family in Indianapolis EN. P. G. T. Beauhe(!aiu) died Mon. night about ten o'clocU. Gen. Beauregard was the commander ... surplus in the treasury. JUDGK Jajif.s S.FiiAZER.of Warsaw died last night. He was at one time a member of tlio supreme court of Indiana, and was appointed by president Grant as a member of the Alabama ... President Harrison's cabinet to assume charge of 1 he question of arbitration of the Behring sea fishery question. The comr sion meets in Paris shortly. Dii. C. E. WiuonT, superintend t of the Insane Hospital ... at Indi-apolis, mention of whose illness was made in the Herald j'esterdav, kied last night about ten o'clock. augurated pr Stated. of dei of tin UF.i'oKT comes tliat Lotran ( lisle, son of Secretary ot ..."
Date:Feb 24 1893
Publication:Columbus, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...in the house muddle, and therefore no right to decide as to the legality of the rival houses. Gen. Beauregard's funeral, which took place in New Orleans on the 2:3d, was one of the largest and most imposing ever ... of extraordinary wisdom when he announced that no man, however, secure he may be in mind as to his future life, ever died a triumphant death with disease below the diaphragm. The latest revolutionary movement ... of the 2.5-per-. cent, rule on the 2.5th. The Portuguese cortes has apn^ved the government proposaPtp jaaMfcKm^^ INDIANA S^TE NEWS. A few days ago a dispatch stated that a man named Culley had just died ... -inan in charge of u i-u itch en^r'nc at the east yards f)f tlio Pittsbu:-^li, Ft. \Vayne vt Chicago railroad. Ft Wayne, was run down by a loccinotive and instantly ..."
Date:Mar 4 1893
Publication:Boonville, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...marrid Mrs. Barnard, his third wife, ho had been a widower onlv a few montlis. Gen. G. T. - Beauregard, the ex-confederate commander, died Monda}' at New Orleans. Gen. Beauregard was graduated from West ... only ulie chain. ■'7; '' obligations. Gjv. McKinley warm sympatliizers, but doesn't go far in such matters. .Toseph E. McDonald was also pro-has many nouneed a forgery ■ by experts, and his sympathy ... '-ing re-Ci '^'e ] liie crder to close dow.i r.jilr'.v ■!. 1 FOLSOMVILLE. I). C. Sparks has returned from Boon-vilie where he attended the final illness of his brother. In tlio bi-monthly e ... last Sunday, enroute for Evansville. The funeral of T. Hart took place at Center Tuesday. Notwithstanding the inclement weather we are having good meetings here. Just how..."
Date:Feb 24 1893
Publication:Boonville, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...,000 to 160,000, that Corbett will knock Mitchell down and out in six rounds. Ni w ()p.LEAKs,Feb.21.—-Gen. Beauregard died Monday night. The funeral will occur Wednesday afternoon. He will be buried in the tomb ... at the first battle of Bull run, though superceded at the last moment by Gen. J. E. Johnston. When Gen. A. S. Johnston was killed at the battle of Shiloh Beauregard took command and nearly succeeded in routing ... )io cause.A BÜEST Of OEATOEY Pien-e Gustav ToutantBeauregard was torn near New Orleans May 38, 1818, graduated at West Point iu the class with Hardee and McDowell, was assigned first to the artillery service ... . Didn't Know That a Ca»al Corruption Fund Was Used and..."
Date:Feb 21 1893
Publication:Indianapolis, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...-plate fakir. W. N. Roache (Dem) was elected United States senator in North Dakota. Pittsburg, Pa., vrent Democraiic on Tuesday by 1,100 10 2,500 majority. Gen. Beauregard died at New Orleans, aged 75 years ... the Republicans to pas« it. Now the fight has become so Sulijidal that threats'of passing a Repub-Jican legislative gerrymander are made, but fortunately the senate majority has not yet lost its political sense ... inaaue-hospital in February, 1891. She had been disappointed in love and refused to eat or drink. She fell into a deep yleep, in which she has since remained, with her month tightly closed and her teeth ... a break until the middle of April. In 1S54-5 there was a colder winter, though not so protracted, when limber was killed by freezing. Mrs. A. D. Leach, of Sullivan, asked to be admitted to..."
Date:Feb 24 1893
Publication:New Harmony, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...at Veir Orleans. Gen. P. G. T. Byanrt /ird, died at New Orleans, Monday nlgiit Pierre Gustavo Foutant do Beauregard was born near Now Orleans, La., May as, 1818. lie graduated from thei U. S. military ... Brit-ian has taken advantage of the embarrassment of the government of France to break treaties with that country in relation to Egypt. Two deaths was the grand total of mortuary results from forty ... , and the.se tortoises died, and soon nothing ..\yas left but the carti leges and gristles of these creatures, which, tightened^ under the heat into musical strings ' that' when touched by the wind ... to tnrum the jubilanii pratses of the Lord and the pathetic strains of human condolence? But 1 find the climax of this conchology of the Bible in the pearl, which has this dia.tinctio:\..."
Date:Feb 24 1893
Publication:Richmond, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:".... T. Beauregard, the last of the five generals named by the Confederate congress, died at his home in New Orleans last Monday night. With the death of Gen. Beauregard but one full general, Kirby Smith ... ., where they went to attend the funeral of John M. Taylor ^ 'It is b' liov.'^d (hat Ihe Hawaiian Bert Lewis took a lay-oiTwill bo r»jected by the couple of days this wi'i^k and vjf. 1it irquiring a two ... has been tried four times, and the costs now amount to $81.25. Miss Fannie Edwards, the four-teen-years-old evangelist, died last Sunday evening at Indianapolis, of pneumonia. Miss Edwards conducted ... want any kind of job work \ -'nti and see us. ' 'i'orgs M. Albertson was called ^ iiesMoineg, la., last Saturday, ? . :i telegram announcing th« ii,:;erouB ..."
Date:Feb 23 1893
Publication:Orleans, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...before the Committc'^ at Washington had startled him.\1. StMHER-sTTOR NO MORE. . tJenth of Gci. 1*. G. T. Beaaregard st Xerr Orleans. Geii. P. G. T. Reauregard, died at Ne'v Orleans. Monday night. Pierre ... Gustave Foutant de Beauregard was bom near New Orleans, La., May 28, 1818. líe graduatí^d from the U. S. military academy in 1833 with the rank of secoa'i iieutonant. in the engineer corps and romaino ... to gather it; for we dared not openly ask, and the free-traders regarded me with enimity, if not with scorn. It was near six months before we even knew for certain that the man survived; and it was years ... recovery, all was changed, the past forgotten, the wife first and even single in his thoughts. He turned to her with all his emotions like a child to its mother, and seemed secure of ..."
Date:Feb 23 1893
Publication:Orleans, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...Who Began the Rebellion Goes to the Majority. New Orleans, Feb. 21.-Gen.G.T. Beauregard died last night of heart failure. PierreGustaveToutantBeauregard was born in New Orleans in 1818. He ... as it can be done Republictn oflBcers are being rs-moved and Populists appointed, so that within a mouth the men in command of the state troops will be in full sympathy with the Populist administration. All ... yesterday carpenters were at word making a new repr seutative hall for the Populist house out of a large corridor in the capitol building. _ GEN. BEAUREGARD DEAD.leu Id U orinjlliii? IN TUB LI*B OF The Man ..."
Date:Feb 23 1893
Publication:North Manchester, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...iUtunt Beauregard, laffi «f the Ave QMiierais named by the Confedurale C mgreaa, and, with tho siiiL'io exoepiion of Klrby Smi'h, orSawanyc, Tenn., theiast full G«Mierai td Ihe C'nteder«ev, died at bia ... |ifinci»r, fx-i^enalor fioio A liihimri, M id H U ilaailngs, fX O'hn*' JoM'ic«' ol lo«v«a'd of Cmilfitr-nia, died SKinrday iighl. the former in VVKNuinK on a «d the at**r in fltn Fr mn SCO. Uo h -ane born^in Ji ... time in his library w ith his children and gratidchUdren. Shoitly after 10 o'clock a nurse chancnd to go to the Ofnarara room, and was horrified to find him In the death struggle. Before the family c ... tbean. Indeed,an axiom is iormulat ing itsell in tho minds of tbeairego era ihat the amount of advertising ra|)er putout bears an inverse ratio to tbe quality of the show. A show can be billed to ..."
Date:Feb 23 1893
Publication:Madison, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...from thom. wMmrÂtï^PW^®» Who.«wtearrom uaaiuac, Mich;, «i,«l W.«ouiii..*niL..qi,lot jorJeunlngs tbo other day. AM wo,o Gen. Beauregard Dead.~ Gen. P. G. T. Beauregard died at his residence in New Orleans ... from tho Dead. Peter Johnson, an aged colored man, died a few days ago at Elkton, Tenn. One of ihe women who were watching the corpse, procured a towel and some cold water and began to bathe the brow ... for a change, Siiicldo in Konian Stj-le. Victor Thourard, a Frenchman of a melancholy and nervous temperament killed himself at Brooklyn, N. Y., in a highly sensational manner. He pierced himself throuah ... on the point aitor the ancient Roman fashion of committing self sacrifice. Kufiis Halvli Dead. Rufus Hatch, formerly a prominent Wall street man and closely .connected with..."
Date:Mar 1 1893
Publication:Winchester, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...of General Beauregard leaves but one surviving full Ueneral named by tiie Confederate Cangress, and, with the exception of Kirby •Smith, the last full General of the Confederacy. HAWAII ... the fraudulent hitent of securing a pension upon the death of their husbands. Seventh—The application of such por-tifn of the saving made by those reforms as may be necessary to aiicrd them a reasonable competence ... .slar.ds. The death of th present (jiieeii. tlierefore. would virtnaily place an Englisli prince,-s on the Hawaiian throne, and put in the hau'U of tln^ ultra English the patron,ige and influence of the palace ... . William Raymond Currau died at his home here Monday afvernoon. He was born in All any, Feb. IS. isbi. and was a pioneer i' ''bv iT\ the Wi .st Generive has had t (¡rent day. From early morn..."
Date:Feb 22 1893
Publication:Madison, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...days. Charley Warner, thopihiton the ('ill-lie Brown, had a narrow escape from a bullet yesterday, and the niatter was reported to the United States commissioner. Funeral oi Gent rul Beauregard. New ... Orleans, Feb. 22.—The funeral of General Beauregard, who died Moti-day night, will take place this afternoon. He will bo buried in the tomb of the Army of the Tennessee in Metarie cemetery. His death ... after a dcsiieraio eneo inter j with (he police otiieers.,| During file light one of the robiiers shot and almost installi ly killed AVilliaiii j St liaefer. chief of police of the dwft. | A desi rijitiou ... .I THEY WILL FIGHT.iJUMPED^ TRACK. Express Train Wrecked..."
Date:Feb 22 1893
Publication:Madison, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...'d Confederate Officer Die» st His New Orieanfl Home. Nfav Orle.vns, Feb. '21.—General B. G. T. Beauregard died at his home here at 1::0 yesterday evening. GKN'. B. O. T. RFAr'TlKn \RD. General B. O. T. Beuareganl ... , was liy law th' heir. By Ivalakaua's death she came to the throne in February. IHíM. She LiK^n had the power to nominate her successor, sub.iecf to the rati-iiication of the house of noijles, which was dime ... . The girl was alone at the time, and it is thought attemjit-ed to extinguished a lamp by blowing down the chimney. Burning oil was thrown over her and death resulted before assistance could be summoned ... an interest .ind iri(iidn tlie country beyond that of tlie natives them-seives, and it is only the inexorable logic of events wiiich ha- forcd tlu-m to the actiun now taken. GENERAL ..."
Date:Feb 21 1893
Publication:Madison, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...will on February 28th to March 3rd, inclusive, sell tickets to Washington, D. C., with final return limit March 8,1893, at one lowest limited first-class fare for the round trip. / Gen. PierreGustave Toutont ... Beauregard, the famous confederate general, died at his home in New Orleans Monday night. He had been sick for two weeks an(f was declared at the point of death ten days ago but was recovering when a sudden ... ,500 insurance. XCharles A. Bollinger died on Thurs-lasi, of consumption, at the home or Eli Davis, his father-in-law. He was aged about 23 years, y Michael Iloutz, a brakemaa on the f Lake Shore road, had an arra ... and unexpected change carried him off. Now that the «luestion of street paving has been settled would it not be a good .scheme to discuss the..."
Date:Feb 22 1893
Publication:Goshen, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...ALLEM C. SHITH, iVe«., The Contaur Company, TT Murray Street, New York fHty. FUNERAL OF BEAUREGARD Tlie Keiiiaiiirt of the l.jite iii iieral L.iio fo Itest. NkwFeb. 24.—Yeit;',-. iay afiern(.)ein at o ... ;n and iii.'SÌi. Those who sent Ihwal emblt uis w-. r;': George She of New York, Mfs, A. L. /'iauis, Mr. and Mrs. John A. Mo •'is o; Louisiana, Verietie association, Confederate Memorial fissoei;i,iion. Arnsy ... (piickest from points iu Western Pennsy! .' . ! No, 16.: yania, (Hue, Indiana, Hlinois, Kentucky, exhaHsted Ireasury; a revenue ir-: rhe active pallbearers wore long arm West Viigiuiti; the train service ... of the New Orleans and Lake road, which was reserved for their use. The interment was at Mount .\iry cemetery, in the tomb of the Army of..."
Date:Feb 24 1893
Publication:Madison, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...lU o'clock a nurse chanced to go to tho General's room, and was horrified to find him In the death struggle. Before the family could reach the chamber he was dead. Qen Beauregard gave the order which ... on aceouut of the high water. The steamer Oarrotlton has enter ed the Cincinnati and N'empbiiiMRk-et trade and will leave Cincinnati tomorrow evei ini^ passing here Thürs day moruiog. Is Pittsburg, Feb. 21 ... by the Confederate Congress, and. with the sinffle exception of Kirby Smith, ofSewanee, Tenn., the last full Gentfral ot the Confederacy, died at his home. In New Orleans la.^t nighr. He was very ill about ten days ... ago, but recovered, and a few hours pnur to his death appeared In unusually good spirits, dining with his family and spending some time in his library with his children and grandchildren. Shortly..."
Date:Feb 21 1893
Publication:Madison, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...consults a physician; if conwtipated he uses the gentle family laxative Syrup of Figs. FRHSH NEWS NUOGBTS. Gen. Beauregard died last night in New Orleans of heart failure. The great Reading railroad and coal ... M. Martin, Lucy A.Task andElixaE. Trinkle, in equal shares. To his wife he bequeaths a tract of land known as the Home Farm. After her death this land is to be sold and the proceeds divided among ... It. Funoral Notice. The officers and members of New Albany Council No. 80,0. of C. F. are hereby notified to meet at the Main St. church Wednesday 2 p. m., Feb. 22ad, to attend the funeral of Friend ... repealed. The committee on organi/iti(jn of courts had a mooting last night find killed the judicial apportionment bill. That measure will not be heard of again this seasion. The bill authorizing ... »nburg left..."
Date:Feb 21 1893
Publication:New Albany, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...to become prominent, Pierre (instavi ToutantBeauregard, died suddenly last night at T o'clock at his home in New Orleans, He was a graduate of West Point, educated for military serTice at ihe expense ... is the vacancy en tbe Snpreme Bench ot the I nited States, caused by the death of Justice L. Q. C. Lamar. When Greeham declared for Cleveland last fall he did so in accordance with a bargain which bad been made ... election. It was expected that the first opening would be thmnirh tho r«lirriuent of .f ustlce Stephen i J. Field, but Lamar's death has presented an unexpected opportunity. It belongs to the Republicans ..."
Date:Feb 21 1893
Publication:New Albany, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"..., of tma,; as secretary of the navy, and i-cOlney, of Massachusetts, as Inojrgenera]. funeral of Gen. Beauregard, Ltobk place in New Orleans, on ' V.was one of tho largest and ^^injiming ever witnessed ... senator North Dakota, definitely fixes the of the next senate in democratic ^nds, and completes the November of the democnicy. l^-jOw the day of the death of Gen. B. P. btler, Oen. Heanregard, who died ... in ÜiBtf Orleans, on the 20th, when the was cotpmunicated to him, re-Another of us has gone; none of us will be loft «. J. OwRKS, a well-known Rcientist Lewisburg, Pa., died recently of npw fever in Honduras ... levied on Cana-di.m vessels and cnrgocs in the Sanlt Ste. Marie canal, in conscquence of the Dominion government adopting an order in council removing the discrimination against American vessels..."
Date:Mar 2 1893
Publication:Mount Vernon, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:".... T. Reauregard, died at New Orlean.s Monday night. PierreGustave Foutant de Beauregard was bom near riew Orlean«, La., May 29, lais. Ho gradnated from the U. 8. military academy iji 1S3S with the rank ... of the West tPoint ¿Military^Acadéñi'y. Re-iJgned this to join Confederatf« army in t8<5l. April 14,1861. afr^r a siege Ft. Sump-ter surre'idered to tlie forces under his toramand. After'.tíi? death of Albert ... , and It Is the understanding that It will be killed in that body. The first bye-election to be held since the' provisions of the bill were,tna(3e known took place at Hexham, l^ttirday. The Liberal candidate was successful ... that the man survived; and it was years beforn I learned from one of Crail's..."
Date:Feb 25 1893
Publication:Royal Center, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...killed and 200 were wounded. As the mails left, hostilities were renewed. GENERAL’ BEAUREGARD DEAD. New Orleans, Feb. 20.—General G. T. Beauregard died at his residence in this city at 10:30 tonight. A DAY ... . Green lias just telegraphed Ins willingness, an.l will post a forfeit to weigh iu at 3 o’clock, the day of the contest. Ron Roy. MITCHELL NEARLY KILLED. Nkw York, Feb. 20.—Charley Mitchell, tbe pugilist ... FOR THE CHIIDREN. Washington’s Birthday is looked forward to with much enthusiasm by the children at the Barnard Memorial, formerly the Warren Street Chapel. Arrangements have been made for their enjoyment all ... , Baltimore, and for twenty years proprietor of the Continental Hotel, Philadelphia, dropped dead th s morning on tho street. ..."
Date:Feb 21 1893
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"...,000 bail. The veteran Confederate soldier,Gen. G. T. Beauregard, died of heart disease at his homo in New Orleans on the ni /lit of the 20th, aged 75 years. The government of the republic of Colombia has ... ’s. The president has approved the quarantine bill, officially known as “an act granting additional quarantine power and imposing additional duties upon the marine hospital service.” The president has issued ... of the difficulty or until the courts could decide it. John Ewing and Sclieeler Quillan railroad laborers, fought with pistols over a girl near Catlettsburg, Ky., and both were killed. Flames ruined Buckstaff ... 's vitrified paving brick works at Lincoln, Neb. The plant was valued at $200,000. The death of Miss Elizabeth Apple-mau, familiarly known as “Aunt Betsy,” who..."
Date:Feb 23 1893
Publication:New Philadelphia, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"...DEAD. On* of the 1 ending Generals of the Confederacy Causes A wav at New Orleans. New Orleans, Feb. 21.—Gen. G. T. Beauregard died last night of heart failure. Pierre Gustav ToutantBeauregard was bori ... OFFICE LATEST NEWS ITEMS. Gathered by Telegraph From all Farta et the Karth. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 31. Jose M. Rasaon, Mexican minister tc Japan, died at San Francisco, CaL, re oently, from dropsy ... an intermediary between Zerebi and the bank. The death of Zerebi removes not only the chief among the accused parties, but also deprives the government of a valuable source of evidence. _ Fire Island Case Decided ... died shortly after birth. Bs k Closes Its Doors. Harrisburg, Pa, Feb. 2L—The..."
Date:Feb 21 1893
Publication:Norwalk, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:".... General Beauregard, one of the famous Confederate genttals, died at New Orleans, Mo lday at 10 30 o’clock, aged 75 years. lie Served in the M xi can war and was an able military man. He commanded at Bull ... TIMES &FARMERS FRIEND ,.lfhis Date in History—Feb, 22* 1371-David II, king of Scotland, died. 1609- Frederick II of Tuscany died. ir.iJ- -George Washington born; died 1799. 1806— James Barry, famous ... Irish painter, died; born 1741. 1810-Sir Adam Ferguson, British historian, died. 1819— James Russell Lowell, poet and minister to England, born in Cambridge, Mass.; died 1891. 1845—Rev. Sydney Smith ... , English wit and essayist, ..."
Date:Feb 23 1893
Publication:New Philadelphia, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:".... ! And this is the how and wherefore, it is I said, why Hokey Smith got Od. M^rr’son’s situation. I mighty grip of the government’s hand to choke to death. Personally Gen. t Beauregard was a typioal southern gentleman ... that the main figures of the civil war are passing away. The latest lingering of these characters died Monday night when Gen. Beauregard passed away. Away down among the third and fourth dais generals ... in the governmental machinery, and there oan hardly be imagined a plaoe where a statesman’s abilities oonld be more certainly buried, so far as cffioial exercise is oonoerned, than in this plaoe. For a time after ... be credited the first order g.ven in the south to fire upon the stara and stripes, au..."
Date:Feb 23 1893
Publication:Bloomington, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:".... Beauregard had led a life of considerable activity within the last few years. Biographical. fPierro Gustavo ToutantBeauregard was born near Now Orleans May 2th tel*, lie graduated second in his class from ... Figures of the Urcat Rebellion. Nr.w Om.fans, Feb. 20.—Gen. P. G. T Beaiiroffarfl, oneof tho last of the generals of the confederate military service, died to* night.. The first symptoms of the fetal ... :30. Fra went to sleep easy and seemed resting well. One of his nurses want to his bedside a few minutes after iO o'clock and was horrified to find him in a death struggle. Tho members of his family ... were summoned at once but, befofe theyru ached the chamber, the end had como. The direct cause was heart failure. The funeral wilt ba held Woducstlay. Despite his..."
Date:Feb 24 1893
Publication:Bloomington, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:".... Funeral of Gen. Beauregard. New Orleans, Feb. 24.—The funeral of Gen. Beauregard was one of the largest and most imposing ever witnessed in this city. The exchanges closed yesterday as a mark of respect ... AND ALL POINTS EAST AND WE81 CHEAP G H. MIL-LERiUCKETAQ'l, SI. CHARLES Seven bodies are lyiDg in waitiDg in the public vault at Wood lawn cemetery. Art Sidnall and Clare Abbott went over to Bellevue last ... published a few days ago in one of the other papers of this city, that Mrs. John Rieg, formerly of this city, ht>d died a short time ago, is utterly ulfounded, as the following letter will prove: Wyandott ... cent of hia constituents on the free coinage of ailver. ” “The populists.” said Mr. Peffer, “regard Mr. Cleveland as being in ..."
Date:Feb 24 1893
Publication:Norwalk, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"...Confederate Moldier I’m**©* Awny at New Orleans. New Orleans, Feb. 22. --Gen. Pierre Gustavo Toutont Beauregard, the famous confederate general, died at liis home in this city Monday night. He luid been sick ... for two weeks and was declared at the point of death ten days ago, but was recovering when a sudden ami unexpected change carried Iii rn off. [(ten. Beauregard was born at New Orleans In 1818. He ... to investigate the recent dis* aster at Wann, 111., by which twen-ty-eight persons were killed and thirty-two others injured, made its report. It holds the Rig Four road responsible for the horror, saying ... iou to a California University. Bloomington, 111., Feb. 22.—George W. Lichtenthaler, who died in San Francisco Monday,..."
Date:Feb 22 1893
Publication:Defiance, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"...of Leavenworth, Kan., committed suicide by in a well. John W. Mackey, the millionaire, was that by’ a man named Rippe at San Francisco. The man then shot himself through the heart and died instantly. Mackey ... will recover. The shooting was on account of an old grievance against Mackey. Near Grenada, Miss., a party went to i the house of T. A. Anderson to white- ; cap bim. He shot and killed James McMahon, one ... Routt was shot and kilted by Will Carlisle at Chappell Hill, Tex. LiLje Langtry, a 5-year-old child was I burnejl to death at Fort Worth, Tex.; She wjas playing around a burning trash I pile, when her ... . Riley, the entomolo- His Funeral Ranks with Jefferson Davis' for Maim I fiance of Display and Kamber of Participants-His Wish Disregarded as to Private Ceremonies. New Orleans, Feb. 25.—The ..."
Date:Mar 2 1893
Publication:McKinney, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"...to the John Ii Hood camp of lh. nfederate veterans fur their memorial exercises in memory of the late, General P. G. T. Beauregard. Senator Simpson offered a resolution of regret on the death of General ... joint committee to consider the supreme judicial district bill was reconsidered, and the resolution was adopted bv a vote of 16 to IO. The senate concurrent resolution providing for the interment ... bill fishing a bureau of labor,! 11 amendments tbs bin MSM tortrix oat the K*g»lci*tl Life lo it C«.fHn. Clarksville, Teun., Feb. 2.7—Peter Johnson, an aged colored man, died a few day# ago near Elkton ... . The Corpne was shrouded and friends watched over it for 16 hours. Tbe next day, just prior to the time for the funeral service, one of tbe negro women watchers..."
Date:Mar 2 1893
Publication:McKinney, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"...'ork for abducting 15- year-old Ivy Roche Funeral of General Beauregard at New Orleans The pope expresses himself in favor of homerule--- Electric linemen to the number of 22 at the World’s fair struck for higher ... with newspapers crushed so as to form elastic bunches. * NEWS OF THE WEEK. Wednesday, Feb. 2‘i. A West Shore train is wrecked near Palmyra, N. Y., by a broken rail and two German emigrants and a child are killed ... civil appropriation bill Fifteen miners are killed at the Skalis mine in Styria by an explosion of firedamp J. B. Rhodes begins criminal proceedings against Banker Rockefellow, who recently went ... into bankruptcy at Wilkes-Barre, Pa.-- In a stocktrain wreck on the Illinois Cen tral railroad 25 valuable horses are killed and others seriously injured Fire destroys the headquarters of..."
Date:Mar 1 1893
Publication:Warren, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:".... Beauregard. New Orleans, Feb. ‘25.—Thursday afternoon at 3 o’clock the remains of Gen. PierreGustaveToutantBeauregard were borne to their last resting place. The removal of the body from the parlors ... and her 1-year-old babe had perished in the burning domicile. People extended their sympathy to the man, who has seemed to be of very industrious habits and very provident, but later in the day ugly rumors ... to leave the children there. His appearance was suspicious, for while his wife and child were burning to death in the cottage he was at a neighbor’s house and he had on his pantaloons, overcoat and his feet ... first wife was sick about eighteen months ago he sent for this Martha Volz to come and nurse her. The..."
Date:Feb 25 1893
Publication:Defiance, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"...over for two weeks. THLY LOVED THEIR DEAD. The Funeral of Gen. P. G. T. Beauregard at New Orleans a Most Impressive JCvent. New Orleans, Fob. 23.—The funeral of Gen. P. G. T. Beauregard ranked ... hospital for the insane at Elgin—John D. Donovan, of Woodstock; John Newman, of Elgin, and V. A. Dieber, of Naperville. Trustees of the Illinois central hospital for the insane at Jacksonville—Owen P ... . Thompson, Jacksonville; Delos P. Phelps, Monmouth, and Joseph M. Page, Jersey-ville. Trustees of the Illinois Ssuthern Hospital for the Insane at Anna—Alva Blanchard, of Tamaroa; Albert Smith, of Cairo ... an attempt to get his bill for the repeal of the *5,000 limit In cases of death at tho..."
Date:Feb 24 1893
Publication:Bloomington, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"...the strik ers. That is what the officers of the asso ciation say. ____ Burial of Gen. Beauregard. NEW Orleans, Feb. 23.—Yesterday af ernoon the remains of General Beauregard were buried. There were wagon ... street man, expresident of the Pacific Mail and closely connected with the Panama Railway company, died at his home in Spuyten Duyvil yesterday afternoon. He was a prominent figure on the street ... society to make an exhibit at the World’s fair; to prevent the prac tice of treating and providing a penalty therefor; a capital punishment and an electric death hill. Union Telegraphers Discharged. ST ... . Theo. Borup is the assignee. She Disturbed the Clarksville. iVnn., Johnson, an aged coioivd days ago at Klkton. Out* (’(trp.Hf. Feb. 24.—Peter man, ..."
Date:Feb 24 1893
Publication:Bloomington, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"....10 miles. The number of persons injured by ' the railroads in Minnesota in 1892 was 920, of whom 120 were killed and 800 injured. Of the killed, 14 were passengers, and gf. ¿he injured 84. BEAUREGARD 18 DEAD ... . The Famous Confederal© General Passes Away at New Orleans. New Orleans, Feix 21.-—General G. T. Beauregard died at 10 o’clock p. m. For some time past he had been idling with infiuenaa, but improved greatly ... could be summoned. ' A Public Funeral. * ' New Orleans, Feb. 21.—Tbs famih ] of General Beauregard has yielded to ! the general request of the public not to hurry the funeral of the dead soldier ... , ; and was up anti about. He dined wit.h j his family at 6..."
Date:Feb 22 1893
Publication:Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"...Dakota over the election of a senator was ended by the election of IV. N. Itoaeh, democrat. Gen. P. G. T. Beauregard died at New Orleans on the 20th of heart failure. Senator Gorman is very much exercised ... . Funeral services over the body of the late Gen. Beauregard were held at New Orleans on the 23d, II. W. Duff, liberal member of parliament fox’ Banffshire, Scotland, has been appointed governor of New South ... , and some of these are occupied by descendants of those who built the houses many generations ago. The consequence' is tlTUt the old furniture at Perth Amboy is never sold save at the death of some venerable ... of the protector was in the possession of Dr. Wilkinson, a medical man living at Sandgate, Kent, who was wont to exhibit it with pride to his contemporaries. Dr. «Wilkinson ..."
Date:Mar 2 1893
Publication:Belleville, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:"...* Grover Cleveland will be inaugerated. There has been an extra session of | the senate called for the 4th. Gen. Beauregard, a great confederate general, died in New Orleans last week. The Democrats in our ..."
Date:Mar 3 1893
Publication:Belleville, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:"...been introduced in the Texas legislature to enforce Gov. Hogg’s auti-lynch law ideas. Funeral services over the body of the late Gen. Beauregard were held at New Orleans on the 23d. Frank Holland -was ... of having the Olympia assigned to the Asiatic station instead of the l\icific station. The ship is now’ at San FraucLsco. THE WEST. Geor«e W. Lechtenthaeer, of Bloomington. 111., a noted conchologist, died ... , and three persons were killed. George A. Jenks has been named by President-elect Cleveland as his attor-ney-gencral Tlie appointment was unexpected. liiESIDENT-KLECT CLEVELAND has signified his desire ... to be eonve3’'ed to the inaugural ceremonies in the carriage of President Harrison J HiEVi^s detected in the act of trying to rob a bank at Leechbnrg, Pa., shot and killed Councilman..."
Date:Mar 3 1893
Publication:Belleville, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:"..., are to the effect that the fueds of the natives at Breck ton cuiimated Jan. 26 in a battle, in which 40 were killed and 200 wounded As the mails left hostilities were re ne wed. GEN. G. T. BEAUREGARD IS DEAD. ONB ... Commander Expires ut Hi* New Orleans Home. New Orleans, Lu., Feb. 21.—Gen. G T. Beauregard died at his residence in this city at 10:30 last night. Gen. Beauregard was born at New Orleans in 1818. He graduated ... a day to whatever sum he chooses to fix for anything he may be able to give them. BOTH WERE KILLED. A Man in Texas Resists a Sheriff and Two Pistol Shots End the Skirmish. Houston, Te^ as, Feb. 21.—News ... has reached here of a double tragedy at Fulshear. Deputy Sheriff Hoffman attempted to arrest Joe Wade for firmg in the street. Wade resisted,..."
Date:Feb 21 1893
Publication:Burlington, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...brave since the lion is dead. General Beauregard died at his home in New Orleans on Monday (‘veiling. Ile was born in ISIS, graduated from West Point in 1H3S. Ile was in command at the bombardment of Ft ... to society. Neither Emerson nor Byron had the weighty brain of Webster, yet note the difference in the influence of these men. Webster is but a name. Ambition killed his conscience, and finally killed his fame ... . with a feeling that human affection Fourth of July, Christmas and the fast never struggled more adently, passionately and triumphantly against the oblivion of death. There is one sustained, harmonious, majestic ... : and ; it lifts its golden pinnacle 244 feet into | the sky. From a distance, this lovely land aerial dome sits therefore above : the horizon like a rounded cloud. You enter reverently the..."
Date:Feb 23 1893
Publication:Monmouth, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:".... Carpenter, News Michigan City, Ind.; F. R. Gilson, Palla dium, Benton Harbor, Mich. Alternates C. H. Chase, Review, Elkhart, Ind., and W. M. Narvis, Journal, Muscatine, Iowa. PUBLIC FUNERAL FOR BEAUREGARD ... It Ex-Confederates Will Slake the Occasion Notable. NEW Oleans, Feb. 22.—The family of General Beauregard has yielded to the gen eral request of the public not to hurry tb° funeral of the dead soldier ... , and now at 49 years of age he must begin the battle of life anew. In his misfortune great sympathy has been expressed for him, and his bitterest political enemies are as strong in their denunciation ... by the death of Judge Scholfield. Burroughs will be the Madison county candidate, all others having with drawn in’his favor. INLAND DAILY PRESS..."
Date:Feb 22 1893
Publication:Bloomington, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"...that the main figures of tbe oivil war are passing away. Tbe latest lingering of these characters died Monday night when Gen. Beauregard passed away. Away down among tbe third and fourth class generals on tbe ... lottery, a gigantio octopus which it required the mighty grip of tbe government’s hand to oboke to death. Personally Gan. »Beauregard was s typioaf southern gentleman, but his eareer ebows a laxity ... the will of Ethan Stone, who died forty years ago. The will devised certain property in trust, one-half for the support of the Protestant religion and one-half for a Protestant school in Stoors township ... has had a life and death struggle to keep its head above water, but the odds it had to..."
Date:Feb 21 1893
Publication:Bloomington, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"...of the legislature. GEN. BEAUREGARD DEAD. The Man Who Regan the Rebellion Goes to the Majority. New Orleans, Feb. 21.-Gen.G.T. Beauregard died last night of heart failure. PierreGustaveToutantBeauregard was born ... of the Seventh regi ment of New York. Burned to Deatli iu Her Bed. Kankakee, Ills., Feb. 21.—Mrs. John McConnell, an old resident of Clifton, was burned to death in her home Sunday night. She had drawn her bed ... -and-out free coinage men an nounce that they will tight the proposition to the death. Pierce of Tennessee said “The silver men at that conference will find that they cannot speak for the fiee silver men ... .000; damage by water is..."
Date:Feb 21 1893
Publication:Bloomington, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"...resort. One day it was thrown open to the public, and next morning it was found in a state of ruin. CROSSED THE RIVER. New Ori.eans, Feb. 21.—PierreGustaveToutantBeauregard, the last survivor ... ' THE REPUBLICAN I gen. beaoregard. ATLAS-ADV ^vTSICBJ Death What the Florist Sees. t “Flowers to the sick,” is a recognized department of a florist's business. So ciety, which would be burdened ... of the confederate military leaders who attained the full rank of general, died at 10:10 o’clock Monday night of heart failure. His condition about three weeks ago was deemed serious and his absent sons were summoned ... -nurses, who have been kept within call since the commencement of his illness. He dropped quietly off to sleep and..."
Date:Feb 24 1893
Publication:Monmouth, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"...on the 'Mth at Atlanta, (¡a. lie refused to talk and iiad no fnoney witn iiiin. Tiik funeral of (ien. Beauregard, held nt New Orleans on the 2:;d, was one of the largest and most imposing ever witnessed ... 'he silver men then resorted to filibustering tai tics aiul the bill went over uithoui iiction. At Tarentum, Pa., on the 25th uli S. üleitz and wife attended the funeral of a friend, leaving their two children ... at their liome near Holly, Mich., on the 2.'jth ult They lived entirely alone, and the cause of death is not known. The strike at Centralia, 111., which has aflfected 400 miners for twelve weeks, has been declared ... ., for attorney general, thus completing the cabinet ]\Ii,ss IXA vS. Taber, engrossing clerk of the Ohio senate, died at Bowling Green, O., on the 24th from peritonitis after four..."
Date:Mar 3 1893
Publication:Farmland, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:".... Beauregard died of heart failure after an illness of 10 da'ys. Peter Giistave 'I'ontant Beauregard was the Confederate general who, above all others, figured prominently in the earlier days of the War of tbe ... Beauregard died with the cause he bravely fought for, his fame would have been brighter. . CLEVELAITD NAMES FIVK. The Presideht-Elect Announces That Gresham, Carlisle. Lsmont, BisseU and Hoke Smith are Cabinet ... .—Mary A. Whiteiy, a widow'ft years old, was frozen to death in a blizzard the other night. She was returning home from vespers at St. Bridget's churctj, this city, when she got lost in a vacant lot and ner ... are budUing. liiS': ir. lf Two Three Killed in a Wreck, express trains..."
Date:Feb 25 1893
Publication:Cynthiana, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:".... The moon has joined the Murphy League, and will not be full this mouth. It takes these spells, as some others do, once in every ten or eleven 3-ears. Gen. Beauregard died at New Orleans, Monday. One by one ... the old land marks of the rebellion are passing away. Only seven more days of Congress. How time drags along. Monday was a day off with the factory hands. It was boiler day. Less than two weeks time remains ..."
Date:Feb 22 1893
Publication:Vevay, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...of the Confederacy save one—Longstreet—died at New Orleans Tuesday. 'I'he war in ivansas has lieen adjusted. The courts will settle the diller- A. C. ISeekwilh, the wealthie.sl I l.'nited Snles .'-■enator l.y (i ... , will be C'leveiami'» private secretary. The JIcHugh oüieers extension law docs not aiiply to town.s, only cities organized under the law of tiie Htate. (ieneral Beauregard, the last of tile full generals ..."
Date:Feb 25 1893
Publication:Cambridge City, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...SURGEON, LeMars, Iowa, 43-Offico on main street, 'wo doors north of the Normal school. Diseases of women a specialty. GEN. BEAUREGARD. Death of the Last Confederate Military Leader. He Pusses Away Quite ... of the confederate military leaders who attained the full rank of pen-eral, died at 10:10 o'clock Monday nipht of heart failure- He bade his son {rood-night and vtTis left with the sick-nurses, who have been kept ... within call since the commencement of his illness, lie dropped quietly off to sleep and seemed to be resting- well. A few moments after 10 o'clock one of the nurses went to look at him and was startled ... to hoar the noise of the death rattle in his throat. The members of the family were quickly summoned, but before they reached the bedside the general had ..."
Date:Feb 25 1893
Publication:Alton, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...will consent to such a course. GEai. G. T. Beauregard, who died at New Orleans last Monday night, was one of the leaders in the late rebellion, and commanded the confederate forces at the first Bull Run. Hislife ... of the town, Barney Wilson by name, fell ill. Now illness is a common thing, but not so that of Mr. Wilson, as he says himself, now that the danger is all over. "1 cannot describe how I felt or what I suffered ... terribly. Why, I could scarcely eat anything from one day to another. "I could not sleep nights, and woke mornings feeling weak, tired and dragged out. It came near being my death stroke, I tell you, and we ... reported to be tuli sympathy with the position of nmpaqt soMtherners on this In view of the intimations ^lUMre frequently come from that of lète, the old soldiers will ^Itfcoljr..."
Date:Feb 23 1893
Publication:Fort Wayne, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...Orleans, Feb. 21.—PierreGustaveToutantBeauregard, the last sur-; vivor of the confederate military lead-j ers who attained the full rank of gen-; eral, died at 10:10 o'clock Monday ■ night of heart ... of the family were quickly summoned, but before they reached the bedside the general had passed away. The funeral will be held ^Vednesday. [Gen. Beauregard was bom at New Orleans in 18ia He was graduated from ... martial proceedings against other oflicers for refusal to report to Topeka for duty upon the instructions oi the governor will be instituted. The present trouble will no dotibt be a death blow to the Kansas ... garrison-"T'lie situation briefly..."
Date:Feb 23 1893
Publication:Elkhart, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:".... T. Beauregard, died ut his home in New Orleans the evening of the 20tb of pf heart failure. He was born In .JBMV educated at West Point, and. tagmffbtV. cl?}l' war by .'the bombardment of ^Ifajrt,1 ... felt At Portland, Ore., .1. O. Dennis, aged 70: Ucrtritm Dennis, his son, aged 8, and J. T. .lohnson wcro instantly killed nnd .Tames McFco was fatally injured and twenty-five others were seriously hurt ... by the wrecking of un electric car. Coai. gas exploded in a mine at Cedar, la., causing the death of .loseph Gallagher nnd the revere injury of twenty-four other men. Thk execution of William McCoy, a negro who ... ., and both were killed. Fi.amks ruined Buckstaff's vitrified i paving brick works at Lincoln, Neb. i The plant wus valued at $200,000. | Tin: denth of Miss Elizabeth Apple-! man, familiarly known as..."
Date:Feb 23 1893
Publication:Postville, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...the gold cure. The funeral of Ueu. .Beauregard took place on tho afternoon of the liilrd Many viewed the remains while |y lug lu state iu the City Hall, Now Or leans. Plre destroyed tho National Wall Paper ... the repast, and calls all her young to partake I am in sympathy with the unpretentious, old-fashioned hen, because, like most of us, she has to scratch for a living. She knows at the start the lesson which ... work of death, and others agonize the mind and body for years, and some like the living blood of great souls, und others prefer those already gangrened. Hut for every style of youth there is a swooping ... watched I her under the pelting ruin. I have j seen her in the plnchrog frosts. Almost frozen to death, or almost strangled in ; the waters, and what a fight she I makes for the young under wing If a| dog..."
Date:Mar 4 1893
Publication:Postville, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...-lam's benediction. Tho other day the press ol the country announced the death ot Beauregard. Why. to you and I, comrades, Beaureirard died loner athink you will agree with me when I say that he died in April. '01 ... , I want to thank you lor publishing B. O. I'Tower's letter in refe: ence to the Phillips Brooks memorial fund bucb an appropriation would be tho most enuurlnit monument. Emma Miner, FiiOHTKD ... and spent the next hour disBintc my way throueh. When I got there I. met my landlord, coins up to tell me that my rent would bo raised the next month if 1 did not keep my sidewalk shovelled. I killed him ... . Newton's Chestnut st, by the river is buried in good-sized drifts. Wellington dwellers have bad to use snowshoos or smother in..."
Date:Feb 25 1893
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"...lost much of his hold upon the public, it was a pleasure to hear the great composer interpreted by a great player. Herr Seharwenka's execution is all that could be desired. BEAUREGARD BURIED. Dead Leader ... sacrilice. J he most ipt"re-tni^ st','ht in Prague is ibe old Hebrew cemetery. It is in ihe centre of the city, surruuirJuc, by thick walls There hit: thousands of ancient inos.-, cuvered slabs, some nearing ... iiisciipiKiits of gre:..i an-ti'iuity which oiilv llehrc'A' scholars can decipher. The cemetery jh unused, but no other Hebrew burial ground in Europe ran compare wiih it lor age or general interest ... cost many slpopless days. (Laughter.) "1 shall tell you what 1 would have spoken about. I should have said, in the iirst place, that 1 have groat sympathy with..."
Date:Feb 24 1893
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"...at the point of death 10 days ago, but was seemingly recovering when a sudden and uuoxpoctod change tonight carried hiin off. _ Gen. Beauregard was born near Now Orleans, La,, May 28, 1818. His ancestry ... west of hero, and anchored. This afternoon she buried in tho heavy sea so completely as to part from both her miction) Sho was driving rapidly toward tho reef nnd cortaiu destruction, when some one ... , a seaman on the Daylight, received a fractured thigh yesterday afternoon by an anchor falling on him. Ho was removed to the emergency hospital. PLAIN COMMUNICATION. FLEET .TANGLED UP. Tugboats in Gloucester ... for 04 by 04s. New Orleans, La.. Feb. 20.-Gen. Pierre Gnstave Toutont Beanrogard, the famous Confederate general, died at his homo in this city tonight. Ho had boon ill for two weeks and was declared ......"
Date:Feb 21 1893
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"...the first Itm at Fort Sumpter, is still living- at Erie. Pa. He was a soldier in the L'nited States service for many years. The death of Gen. Beauregard leaves Jen. Kirby Smith the only full general af ... the company at Spring City, were rid inz cm the shifting- engine on their wtt home to Norristown and were instantly killed. 1 he n*-�nrec�ril Funeral. Xniv Or.rtAxs. �b. U.-Thron^hout the forenoorj a steady ... stream of people poured through the council chamber in the city ball, where lay the remains of Gen. Beauregard. The family of the dead freneral arrived at the hall early in the morainff and remained ..."
Date:Mar 3 1893
Publication:Iola, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:"...takes action on tho annexation treaty now pending. General Beauregard's funeral occurred in Xew Orleans Thursday. The ceremonies wei-e elaborate in character, and the obsequies partook of the nature ... . _ The bill to abolish capital punishment ought not to pass. Pass it, and lynchings will become more frequent. [ple will have an excuse to take the into their- own hands. Bather Id the death penalty be extended ... Master's work, and was ever ready to perform it. His gentle speech expressing tender sympathy was a balm to everj' wounded heart; his hand ever extended in charitj- was a sujiport to every weak ... appropriation. Jessie Friend, a 11-j-ear-oki girl, was given a ten-ytiir sentence at Fort Wayne for passing counterfeit uioney. Governor McKinley of Ohio has made an assignment. He has turned over every dollar ... of..."
Date:Mar 2 1893
Publication:Danville, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...Tuesday and Wednesday. No flowers were placed about the bier, in obedience to the general's own urgent request in a letter written before his death. GKN. BEAUREGARD. The family of Gen. Beauregard turned ... procure. We have five complete and really ma jnificent traini running daily between Cjncin-na ti and St Augustine, passing through Chattanooga, Atlanta and Jacksonville. These train» are the only Completa ... or hear an approaching en{floo by reason of the snow-storm, and waa run down ar 1 killed. ~ IN' STATEmcribe for tfle elffllr. Li« the Keniuins of Umm. £«aar«carI— J'uneral Thursday. New Op.lkaxs, Feb. 23 ... associations escorted the remains to the city ball, which was magnificently decorated. The funeral takes place at 3 o'clock Thursday, and..."
Date:Feb 23 1893
Publication:Connersville, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...to andtwenty acres of land removed Gleaned By Telegraph and Mail ASD FUNERAL services over the body of the late Beauregard were held at New Orleans on the R liberal member of par liament for has been appointed ... that it is the sense of this house that as soon as prac lawful steps be taken by which the state capital can be moved in a law ful and constitutional manner tothe city of Leland Webb died in his office in Topeka ... the for years a famous operator on Wall died recently at his home in Spuyten SPEAKER has been flooded with messages about the strip and these may induce him to give it a of has ap pointed a wealthy as much ... decided to report in favor of resubmissiou of the prohibitory ALLEN president of the Santa died at San on the 24th from Brights PRESIDENTELECT CLEVELAND has ap pointed Henry of as his private..."
Date:Mar 2 1893
Publication:Lawrence, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:"...of a senator was ended by the election of demo BEAUREGARD died at New Orleans on the 20th of heart SENATOR GORMAN is very much exer cised over the serious financial condi tion which he says is now confronting ... for tearing a fence of the baseball PEKSONJLL AND CHARLES the well known Chicago board of trade died recently of congressmen have intro duced a bill in the house for the pay ment of all pensions in legal tender ... of who always hoisted the American flag over the old block I house in park on evacuation j died at Now York suffrage oclock on the morning j TlIK Wyoming legislature of the i indorses vho was appointed ... but the sheriff tele graphed to Garden City to have the train men Names of the killed and injured were riot The Richardson general merchandise which was being sold at Newton under was nearly all con..."
Date:Feb 23 1893
Publication:Lawrence, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:"...LEGISLATION. FUNERAL OF BEAUREGARD. The Kemains of the Late General Laid to Rest. NEW ORLEANS, Feb. afternoon at 3 o'clock the remains of jreneral Pierce Gu'stave Loutant Beaureguard were borne to their last ... s PAGES THE DAILY ADVOCATE. 8 PAGES YOLUME XXXIT.. NEWABK, OHIO, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24 1893 FIRE IN_TDRKEY. Five Hundred Houses Burned in Kadikey. TWOTTQ A WT) j.j- w U NUMBER 17 DEATH OF A Bemarkable ... with the Panama Railroad company, died at hia home in Spuyten Duyvil yesterday afternoon. He was a prominent figure on tne street lor 15 years. Mr. Hatch has for a long time suf- fered from a complication of kidney ... there is a feeling of alarm. The moneyed class is nervous, and the result is de- pression of stocks in the Great North- ern lone Bank of Ireland. RUFUS HATCH. The death of Rufus Hatch removes Civil..."
Date:Feb 24 1893
Publication:Newark, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"...BEAUREGARD'ti FUNERAL. Mtignifircnt tn Iloncr of the flcro. nf IV T. RcnnrpKniil T'.-inked with (hai oj .li-ff.-rs.ui for vniticcni-e nnd ll.e nn'tiher of 'Jln> evi.lein-os of IJliillni- ilti; weiv so ceiiernl ... wns placed .n n nn.l unipped in nn Anifi-ii'aii Him. Tlio miliHit headed the funeral under the eonimnnd of (ieijenil Fin-lid Ilnrhind, every coin- jiany in the city lin-ninp onl. a full quota ot men ... parlies from near Lnltnjr swore Ihat IJakor was very yoiing no In- es- caped heitif- fentonif'd in death, sis Hol- land was. Baker is s-aid to hu ribniit and Holla ml -M yearn old. Hmuch both men seem l ... -ro lunliilif; up Hie (hinps nnd Imrninir the wtiKnii. I chopped (he bodies up. Wi. then diem. Kid- died up nnd struck for huue. We tuM them nl home wt- had (raded (hi. men out of the WM-K hid the mr-ney..."
Date:Feb 24 1893
Publication:San Antonio, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"...nothing was BEAUREQARD The Famous Confederate General Passes Away From Heart NEW Beauregard died last heart TouWnt Beauregard was born in New Orleans in He graduated from West Point in was assigned ... and pervert the public When the worlds civilization becomes pet feet tlie police will suppress people who issue the day of the funeral and puff their wares by de scribing themselves as the deceased victims ... once delighted to heap upon The sympathy of the world goes out to poor old De He was at the worst but a a weak old helpless in the grasp of a crowd of unscrupu lous message of President Harrison ... of heaviest war ship afloat would be totally demolished if it should happen along under one of these death In every re spect the United States navy is push ing1 to the aration of the..."
Date:Feb 24 1893
Publication:Scandia, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:"...as the; could be chronicled GEN. BEAUREGARO IS DEAD. FSVMIU ConfMBfata Mtftor Away at UrlMM. NKW Bleb, 33. PierreGustave Tontont Beauregard, the famous confederate general, died at his home in this city ... Monday night. lie hail been for two weeks and was dfclittvd at the point of death ten but recovering when a itml unexpected change carried him oft- [GeKlie.iiiieg.iniu.us bornat New Orleans m 1818. He ... in Styria caused fifteen deaths, besides twenty miners more or less seriously injured. Six persons wen drowned by the flooding of the Rudolf mine at Carls- bad, Bohemia. Death of a Sr, Louis, Feb. Dr. William ... Raymond Curran died ai hia borne here Monday afternoon. He waa born in Albaiyv Tebrnary 18, 1818, and was a pioneer In homeopathy..."
Date:Feb 22 1893
Publication:Iowa City, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...« Coniederatc General Passes A.way at His Hcimo in New trleaiis. New Ol^I.EA^'S, Feb. 21.—Gen. Peter Gustavus Totitant Beauregard, the famous confederate general, died at his home in this city ^Monday night. lie ... and grandchildren until 0:30, when his son, Henrj' Beauregard, escorted him to his apartments and left him with his nurses, who have been in attendance since the commencement of his illnes.s. He dropped off to sleep ... to him: Governor, if you withhold your signature from the paper there will be 1,000 killed within tv.ontj- minutes and you will be one of th.?m. The house is ready to fight for its rights. It will tolerate ... Killer. liRiSTOi,, Tenn., Feb. 21.—Jim Scott, colored, shot and killed Sara Redman, a Negro woman. The killing was supposed to be..."
Date:Feb 21 1893
Publication:Connersville, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:".... with that of Jt nificence of th' of the partici] of xnourning -v sons found in having disrego father, who re> with little ceri ;aureff!ird lîurle'l. >fS, Feb. 24.—Tne funeral T. Beauregard, ranked fEerson Davis ... in the mag-! display and the number )ants, and the evidences vere "so general that Eis the fact consolation for rded the wishes of their luestM a private funeral, ;mony. The Naval Display. NoBFOT.K,Feb. 34 ... the letters of .sympathy and oifei-s of help received from those of my countrymen who have little but what t'ney earn. Please convey to the friends my heart's best thanks. Willia.m McKixi.ey, .Jr. The money has ... to partake. I am in sympathy with the unpretentious, old-fashioned hen, because, like most of us, she has to scratch for a living. She knows at the start the lesson..."
Date:Mar 3 1893
Publication:Brownstown, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...hour. A little be rax put in water in which scarlet napkins and red-bordered towels are to be ■5\Mshed will prevent them from fading. A NERVY correspondent of the Boston Pilot tried to work The Burial ... ? which seemed to be the more accurate, is that Mr. Cleveland had, in a roundabout wy, let it be known that he wa's opposed to the measure.IN STATE Xile tbe iicinairis of Goii. Heauregard— Funeral Tliursday ... of distingiiished visitors called Tuesday and Wednesday. No flowers were placed about the bier, in obedience to the general's own urgent request in a letter written before his death. gen. bfjauregak». The family ... tlie different confederate associations escorted the remains to the cih*. hall, which was magnificently decorated. The funeral takes place at 3 o'clock Thursday', and the affair will be attended by all ... over and being..."
Date:Mar 3 1893
Publication:Brownstown, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...of Georgia should unite in fighiing Hawley's bill. It provides for three years enlistment of state iroops and certain other ex« actions repugnant to a volunteer soldiery^ Genera' Beauregard died in New Orleans ... a Tnan from the Erie railroad bridge at Patterson, N. j., into the Paesaic river and he was drowned. Unroofing' and par tial demolition of buildings are comí mon incidents. Several cases of death from ..."
Date:Feb 22 1893
Publication:Thomasville, Georgia, United States of America
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Text:"...Oni.EAvs, Lu., Fob. 20.-Gen. Piovro Gustavo Toil tout Beauregard, the famous Confederate gonoral, died at his homo in this city tonight. Ho had been ill for two weeks and was declared at tho point ot ... copy, i Bt'ItKE.-In East Boston, Feb. 21, Ontharlne > BurKo, 00 yra. Funeral from her late residence, 545 Sumner St., Thursday, Feb. 23. at 7.45 ft. m. and church of tho Assumption 3 ... .30. lielatives and friends invited. COX.-At Soldiers' Homo, Chelsea, Feb. 19, ThoruaB H. Cox, late of Company O, 09th New York Volunteers, 50 yre. 7 nios. 13 ds. Funeral Wednesday at 1.30 o'clock p. m., from ... his late residence, 140 Columbia Bt,, Cambrtdgeport, llel-atives aud friends are invitotl to attend. HAMBLK-NT.-ru this city, Feb. 21, Benjamin B. Hamblen, 73 yrs. U mos. 11 ds. Funeral from his late ... -ley, 52..."
Date:Feb 21 1893
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"...by the sea. Beauregard buriod with many honors. Death of George C. Lord of Nowton, I*aKe fl. Annual report of the Boston fish bureau Afternoon tea and reception by Woman's Rest Association. i*HK� lO. Death ... , while in the event of his death his wife can have a lite interest in one-third only of his real estate? Why is it that a wife oan not deprive her husband by will of more than one-half of her personal ... of Miss Amelia Fisher, the "dear old lady" of actors and actresses. Coming festival of the Boston Art Students' Association. Death of Rul'us Hatch. l'roposod new Kssox club liouSe. the weather. Great ... leading Republican orRa nation of Jefferson county, tonight started to raise a fund to be given Gov. McKiuley of Ohio as a testimonial for past services to tho Republican party, as an expression..."
Date:Feb 24 1893
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"...'iS.„.Ai .AA^éi iikÉi^ttiái He Pnsses Away Kather Suddenly at New «»rieaus—He Wait th4 Lust of tho Full- Kanlc Cei»federate Generals. New Okleaxs, Feb. 31.—Pierre Gus-taveToutantBeauregard, the last survivor ... purple should ! be put to death. Then, as if to punish the world tor that outrage of ex-clusiveness, God obliterated the color from the earth, as much as to say: If all can not have it, none shall have it ... that in Egypt the Nile overflowed its banks, and when the waters retreated tortoises were loft by the million on all the lands, and those tortoises died, and soon nothing i was left l)ut the cartilages ... condolence.| But I find the climax of this con- ' chology of the Bible in the pearl, ' which has this distinction..."
Date:Feb 22 1893
Publication:Nappanee, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...cause. FUNERAL OF BEAUREGARD. The Komuln* uf the Late General Laid to Itest. Ni;w Orleans, Feb. 24.—Yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock the remains of General Pierce Gustave Loutant Beanreguard were borne ... of Louisiana, Verietie association. Confederate Memorial association, Army of Virginia and Army of Tennessee. The flag with which General Beaare-gard was presented by Mrs. Carey in mltimore at the opening ... of Brigadier General Euclid Boreland, himself a veteran of the Army of Northern Virginia. The veterans were in charge of Colonel A. A. MaGinnis. The active pallbearers were General George Moorman, adjutant ... Joseph Denionrelle, commander of camp No. 16. The active pallbearers wore long arm badges of English ciepe, trimmed with black silk ribbon. The honorary pallbearers..."
Date:Feb 24 1893
Publication:Connersville, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...day by a THK ILI.IXOIS STATE Bl'lLDlXG. Gen. Beauregard Dead. Gen. P, G. T. Beauregard died at his residence in New Orleans of heart failure. For some time past the General has been ailing with the grip ... will make reduced rates and ample accommodations will be made for hundreds of thousands ot visitors. He Kose Iroiii the Dead. Peter Johnson, an aged colored man, died a few days ago at Elkton, Tonn. One ... of a melancholy and nervous temperament killed himself at Brooklyn, N. Y., in a highly sensational manner. He pierced himself through the heart with an old army sword. From the position of the body it was evident ... Dead. Rufus Hatch, formerly a promineuf Wall street man and closeb conneetcd with the Panama Railroad Company, died at his home in New Yor;r Hatch failed twice,..."
Date:Mar 2 1893
Publication:Worthington, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...regulating number of days for county assessors passed. Senate bill fixing price of convict ^ labor at 95 cents per day was engrossed Gen. T'. G. T. Beauregard, died at New Orleans, Me,-ibiy night. Pierre ... ¡rTHE NEWPORT HOOSIER STATE VOLXXXYIll.NEWPORT, INDIANA. WKDNESDAY. MAKGH 1. 1893. NO. 48. THEMWSOFTBEWEEK Mr^. Ck'vclaud i? opposed to crinoline j Foiir iiilucrs were killed by a cave-in at j ... Jojjlin. Mo., Tuesday.| In a i rc-Miii,' co¡li^ion at IMiiladelphia, ! \VeiJiifsday. !ivp pcrsons were killed.¡ 50far liard from, Charips Hrown, a Loiüsviüf barbor. has only four wives. • Keiviblicaiis have ... and fully de-velop(.'d, and arranged as though two calves were standing side by sid', which were born on his place last week. The freak lived until accidentally ..."
Date:Mar 1 1893
Publication:Newport, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...married there. Then they returned home, parental blessings •were bestowed, the fatted calf killed and a grand reception given them at the home of the bride's parents. There was no objection ... have acciden-lally been shot and killed while playing with revolvers. They " did not know it was loaded." If the boys will remember the old saying, that guns are dangerous things, " without lock, cock ... (mg that wood yoa promised xu.—Tf ia m. iMMtltm anhaerintioii. Baking Pomier AB50IJÜTEiy PURE PERSONAL PENCILINGS. Mrs. Mary Duncan, nee McCliKre, died at her home in Victoria, Texas, on Monday last, of lung ... lived many years, and .they will be sorry to hear of her death. Brother Moudy, recently of the Mooresville Guide, has purchased and taken possession of the Sheridan Standard, at .Sheridan, Hamilton county ... -member of the..."
Date:Feb 25 1893
Publication:Martinsville, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"..., Shortly after 10 o'clock • nurse chanced to go to the General's room, and was horrified to find him in the death struggle. Before the family could reach him he was dead. Gen. Beauregard gave the order which ... ,last of the five gentrals named by the Confederate Congress,and with the single exception of Kirby Smith, of Sewanee, Tenn., the last full general of the Confederacy,died at his home in New Orleans Monday night ... asked those to^ Loss by FIRE, LIGHTNING, TORNADOES, WINDSTORMS, Breakage of Plate Glass, Live Stock Against Death. Cement War Ended. The six cement corporatioas known u Belknap's, Ohio Valley, Charlestown ... working majority for iI)mocrat8 in the next Senate. Judge Jamos S. Frazi«r, uf Warsaw, Ind„ died at bia home Mon» day, ageda09 years. He had been on the Supreme Bench, and..."
Date:Feb 22 1893
Publication:New Albany, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:".... p. G. T. Reauregard, died at New Orleans, IMonday night. PierreGustave Foutant de Beauregard was born near New Orleans, La., May '^8. ISIS. He graduated from the U. S. military academy in 1S33 ... superintendent of the West Point Military Academy. Re-♦Igned tills to .ioin Confederate army in iS()l. April 14. ISOl, after a siege Ft.Sump-ter surre'iderrfi to the forc-^^; under his tornuand. After the death ... materially strengthened the Liberal ■party In England. The bill will be in the hands of the House of Lords in June, and It Is the understanding that it will be killed in that body. The first bye ... Thursday. Four miners were klllcS by a care-iri at Joplin, Mo., Tuesday. One was killed and five badly hiu't by an engine explosion..."
Date:Feb 24 1893
Publication:Loogootee, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:".... PierreGustave Toutont Beauregard, t?ie famous confederate general, died at his home in this city Monday night. He had been sick for two weeks and was declared at the point of death ten days ago ... appointed to inyestigate the recent disaster at Wann, IlL, by which t^ven-ty-elght persons were killed and thirty-two others injured, made its report. It holds the Big Pour road responsible for horror, sayinj ... to a California University. BLooMiNGTOiT, 111., Feb. 33.—George \V. Lichtenthaler, who died in San Francisco Mondayj was for forty years a resident of liloomington. During war times he made a fortune in the drug ... fifteen deaths, beside%twenty miners more or less seriously injured. Six persons were drowned by the flooding of the..."
Date:Feb 22 1893
Publication:Columbus, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...dollars surplus in the treasury. Gen. p. G. T. Beauregard died last night about ten o'clock. Gen. Beauregard was the commander of the c'!i.p.iny of i.v.,nie-.;craL' who fired on Ft. S'.imter on tlie morning ... -class matter. A Horrible Wreck. Telegraphic advices received here to day ¡state that a horrible wreck took place on the West Shore road in New York to-day, in which fifteen were killed outrii^bt. OFFICE ... tob« published gratis. But f jr notices adverrisir.s soe-al« or en-tertaiiimetits pivon for profit; meetiriirsof ¡odtresatid secret s-.cietie®; card.s of thiinKs: resolutions of respect; obituaries ... —aud, no doubt, very often does—work out its own fultilnient, ua in the case of the widow who promised hor husband on his death-bed that..."
Date:Feb 21 1893
Publication:Columbus, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:".... XEwOin.KANs, Fel). 21.-Gen.G.T. Beauregard died la-i^t night of heart failure. Pierre Gustare ToutantBeauregard was born in New Orleans In 1818. He was graduated from West Point in ItvJS and was as ... . Burroughs, of Edwardsville, of the circuit bench. Las announced his candidacy for the vacancy in the sujireme bench of Illinois caused by the death of Judge Scholfield. Burroughs will be the Madison county ... ( life anew. In his misfortune great sympathy has been exjire.ssed for him, and his biiterest political enemies are as strong in their denunciation ot the fals« friend as his warmest ailherents ... . Hamilton was sent here by relatives to attend Mhool •nd was a leader among his classmates. ..."
Date:Feb 24 1893
Publication:Bloomfield, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:".... BKAimEGARn. was apparently all right, but before 10 o'clock the crisis came and he died before medical assistance could; be summoned. Brilliant Career of the Soldier. General PierreGustaveToutantBeauregard ... —He Personally Fired the First Shell in the Late Unpleasantness at Fort Sumter. New Okleaxs, Feb. 22.—General G. T. Beauregard died at 10 o'clock Monday evening of heart failure. For some time past the general has ... DEATThe Famous Confederate General Is No More. STRICKEN DOWN VERY SUDDENLY. Although He Had Been Ailing Somewhat His Death Was Entirely Unexpected, as He Retired an Hoar Before in Seeming Good Health ... by General Joseph E. Johnston. He was ordered to Tennessee in the..."
Date:Feb 23 1893
Publication:Brazil, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...Hurled. NEW OKLEAXS, Feb. funeral of Uen. P. G. T. Beauregard, ranked with that of Jefferson Davis in the mag- nificence of the display and the number of the participants, and the evidences of mourning ... Pasehall was convicted was the killing of Arthur Berry at Krebs, I. T. Several boys were passing the home of the prisoner and threw rocks at him. This so in- censed the little fellow that he fbok his father ... 's gun and fired at them, result- ing in the death of one of the number. Gold Recovered. NEWARK, N. J.. Feb. Engaged in building a furnace in the Balbach smelting works, a few days ago, discovered ... Catise. ATLANTA, Ga., Feb. Cobl. Jackson, son of Capt. Harry Jackson, and grandbcn of Gen. Henry R. Jack- son, shot and killed himself Thursday night in front of his father's house. The young man had had ... that..."
Date:Feb 24 1893
Publication:Hamilton, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"...._Cien. Beaareg:ard Dead. Gen. P. G. T. Beauregard died at his residence in New Orleans of heart failure. For some time past the General has been ailing with the grip, but recently he improved greatly, and was up ... DIRECTORS OF THE READING ROAD ASK FOR A RECEIVER.Mordi Daltot» Chooses a Denaocratlo Seaator—Death of Gen. Beaurcgara — Ban jlhtwn and Killed—Two FauiiUos Badly Fn»£«n in jnicbig*iu COAI^ COMBINK CRUSHKD OVTi ... and Killed, •n attemptiiig to drivo across tho track of the Ohio Southern railroad,near Fruitdale, Ohio, Capt. James C. Craw-iord and his son, .William, aged 17, wero run down and instantly killed. Tho horse ... was also killed and the bvggy demolished. Caot Crawford was a..."
Date:Feb 25 1893
Publication:Martinsville, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...night. He had been ill for two w^eks and. was declared at tbo point of death 10 days ago, but was recovering, when an unexpected change carried him off. Gen. PierreGustaveToutantBeauregard was best ... at a twenty yearis'1 purchase valaatioa.—Cfticaj» HernM.. 0 Tho Southern Veteran Passes Away at New Orleans, Aged 75. New oblieans, Fob. 21.—Goneral, P. G. T. Beauregard died suddenly at 10.20 o'clock last ... . Rev. Dr. H. M. Wharton, the distinguished Baptist revivalist, is said to have made the following remarks in a recent sermon: Mrs. Secretary Whitney died In Now York some days ago. What did tho ... at Chapultepec, and was rewarded for bravery with the rank of major.. He was stationed..."
Date:Feb 24 1893
Publication:Harrisonburg, Virginia, United States of America
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Text:"...at was a soldier in the United States service for many The death of Beauregard leaves Kirby Smith the only full general of the confederate army Kirby Smith is now a professor in the uni versity of the Grant ... nations and tribes which to us are for tl After passing through Algiers and along the cast of Africa to Egypt where we make a stop at and look at the mode of its streets which are on exhibition we continue ... The worlds fair bill was killed and tho name ol Qcury county changed backjto In the afternoon the worlds fair BIT was reconsidered and passed alsotho stamp tax which seeks to hive mortgages and Other interest ... a wei Free issued from quickly The machinery and Heintz Was found at the of the vjit with his head crushed andmangled and his neck i She Died a Feb liucy who was once engaged to Chief Justice Chase..."
Date:Mar 3 1893
Publication:Cuba, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:"...tho death of Gen, Beauregard, Gaii. Kirby Smith is tho only surviving otiioer ot tho Confederate army who attaiucd the full rank of general. ,Hon. Harrison Hume, past commander of Gettysburg Post, lUl ... -ine in the capture of a whale. About tho time that the vessel I'sturnod, bringing the information of Griffin's death, Margaret's parents, who were well along in years, died, and wltli a broken heart the eirl sold ... they cannot read her writing.' � Her sympathy has been Iior guide, and slie is treated with au adoration by tliese people tliivt approaches'worship. Scarlet fever has been a scourge among tlie Jews in (lie ... of one cow, a horse and half a dozen slieep. These ani. mals are p^^tH and show the deepest alTec-tion for the woman. This strange vroman has made..."
Date:Mar 5 1893
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"...boys now, a chnpiain's welcome, a chaplain's bussing, mid I might say a chaplain's benediction. Tho otnor day the press ot tho country announced tne death ot Beauregard. Why, to >ou aud I, comrades ... .oightcm and Albion Brown ably seconded him. The following woro present: LOWELL. Mrs. Ruth H.. Durkoe died Thursday at her home in Pawtuckotvillo, aged 80 years. Stephen A. Dobbins, through Charles Cowley, has brought ... an action rgaiust tho Hamilton company to recover uaniaces for injuries alleged to have been sustained by an explosion. \ Mrs. Catherine Tilton, wife of John W. Tillouofthe police department, died yesterday ... at her home, 10 Whipplo st., aged 40 years. , Thomas C. Holinos, for many years in the p'oriodicar" business in Lowell, died yesterday at C East Merrimac st., aged 42 years. Tho Dracut..."
Date:Feb 25 1893
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"...should uniie in fighting Hawley'd bill. It provides: for three years enlistment state troops ; and certain other exactions repugnant to a volunteer soldiery. -Î-M».0» ----- Genera! Beauregard died in New ... railroad bridge at Patterson, !î. J., into thé Passaic river and he was drowned- Unroofing and pariai deniòliiion of buildings are com'« mon incidents. Several cases of death irom exposure are reported ... of Ijor; ^hi died about ribliy disgusti eh are utterl SÊivç in| the minds of the be devils tilie Ì ! writ nàiiëslof womei'j, good and pure, are in connection with □ g scandals, most of without ioundation ... will be buried with public honors in New Orleans, his afternoon. He has gone to join ;o silent majority, gone to join Lee, ohnson, Hood, Forrest,..."
Date:Feb 25 1893
Publication:Thomasville, Georgia, United States of America
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Text:"....s the intention of the family of Gen. Beauregard to have a private funeral to-morrow, but there was a general objection and the wishe« of the family-have been overruled. Gov. Foster has telegraphed an order ... -maat, and the mourning is general. The body will be interred in the tomb of the Veteran Association, Army of Tennessee, of which Gen. Beauregard was the President. M'KINLEY WILL BE PENNILESS. The Walker Failure WiU Sweep ... . Great Traveler—The Cb inese make it an invariable rule to sc ttle all their debts on New Year's day. American Host—Y-e-s, but the Chinese don't have a Christmas the wmIc beiora. , the hospital and cared ... for by the Sisters of St. Francis and Drs. Kogers and Holdtr. His feet were amputated but he did not survive the shock and died on..."
Date:Feb 23 1893
Publication:Goshen, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...by his death. Just thirty-two years after Gen. Beauregard resigned his position ds Superintendent of the United States Military Academy and plunged into the uncertainties , of the Civil War, he resigned ... . Whan can the gentleman mean by comparing President Harrison to a "cold storage" ware-room? Those who read of the awful savagery at Paris, Texas, the torturing to death of the negro Smith, can scarce ... suppress a shudder. It is true, Smith's crime was fiendishly brutal, and he fully deserved death; but the method of administering the punishment was hardly worthy of Fegee Islanders, let alone inhabitants ... The bill compelling all drug stores and holders of Government license to take out State License, was killed in the House last week, and the druggists of the State are again breating easy, while less ......"
Date:Feb 24 1893
Publication:Decatur, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...of Australia^EX-SECRZTARY R. W. THOMPSONGEN. BEAUREGARD DEAD. The Vanioiin Coiilctlerate General I'nBses -A M«y ut Ills Home lu New Orleans. Nkw ORI.eax.s, Feb. 21.—Gen. Poter Gustavus ToutantBeauregard, tho ... famous confederate general, died at hia home in this city Monday night Ho had been ill two weeks, and wna declared at the point of death ten days ago, but was recovering, when a sudden and uuo ... been in attendance since the eommencemont of his illness. Ho dropped oft to sloop easily and seemed to bo resting well. One of the nurses went to his bedside a few 7ninHtes after 10 o ... 'clock and was horrified to find him in tho death struggle. The members of the family were summoned at once, but before they reached the chamber the..."
Date:Feb 22 1893
Publication:Vevay, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:".... lioaurefiarrt Oea«!. Gen. P. G. T. Beauregard died at his residence in New Orleans of heart failure. For some time past the Gen-oral has been ailing with the grip, but recently he improved greatly, ana v.'as «D ... had been torn up by tho explosion, they wore obliged to run the whole length of tho blazing room to escape. Ten persons fell through to the cellar and were burned to death. Seven more, whose clothes had ... caught lire, died shortly after reaching the open air. Three were trampled into unconscious-lioss in the panic and were burned as they lay on the floor. Five men ami seven women whoso clothes were lialf ... by the iegislative committee copied, and may this v.eek iro befoi-e the Legislature with a l eijuest for an ai)propriation to pay an assistant in the prosecution of tho case. iiiin »own iintl ..."
Date:Feb 23 1893
Publication:Milford, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:".... Gen- P. G. T, Beauregard died at his residence in New Orleans of heart failure. For some time past the Gen eral has been ailing with the grip, but recently be improved greatly, and wa?! up and about ... COAL COMBINE CRUSHED DIRECTORS OF THE READING ROAD ASK FOR A RECEIVER. North Dakota Chooses a Democratic Senator—Death of ^en. Bcaurcjfartl— Run Down and KIIIc>d—Tno FauilUc» Badly Frozen in Michigan ... dropped a lighted taper through the bung-hole of a cask of petroleum. Tbe cask exploded, killed tbe child, tore up the dance floor, and scattered the burning petroleum among the dancers. A dozen persons ... on the side near the windows had been torn up by the explosion, they wen; obliged to run the whole length of the blazing room to escape. Ten persons fell through to the cellar and wore bnrnod to ..."
Date:Feb 24 1893
Publication:Decatur, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...the general had passed away. The funeral will be held Wednesday. [Gen. Beauregard was bora at New Orleans In 1818. He was graduated from West Point military academy m IW nnd wns at first assigned ... The proposition was promptly accepted. WeLLO, ÜSTROÍTI He Passes Away Kather Suddenly mt New OrlMna—Ha Waa tka La«* «1 tha Vo»- Bank Coofederat» Oanarals. New Orleans, FeV. »1.—Pierre Ons-tave ToutantBeauregard ... . My death was daily ex-pected and my recovery has been •'a great surprise to my friends and the doctor. There can be no doubt f about the .eflfect of German Syrup, I" as I had an attack just previous ... in passing the doorkeepers after a brief struggle and getting into the hall,..."
Date:Feb 24 1893
Publication:Goshen, Indiana, United States of America
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Birth:May 28 1818 - Saint Bernard, St. Bernard, Louisiana, United States
Death:Feb 20 1893 - New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana, United States
Parents:Jacques Elias Toutant Beauregard, Marie Judith Heleine Antonia De Reggio
Spouses:Laure Marie Antoinette Villere, Caroline Deslonde
Children:Henry Toutant deBeauregard, Gabrielle Toutant Beauregard, Laure Toutant Bauregard, Jacques Rene Toutant Beauregard
Siblings:Jacques Marie Alrmand Toutant Beauregard, Augustin Frejus Toutant Beauregard, Marie Louise Francoise Beauregard, Charles Alfred Toutant Beauregard, Judith Helena Toutant Beauregard, Pierre Nicolas Armand T. Beauregard, Flodie Marie Toutant Beauregard, and names of 6 more siblings
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