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George R. Crook, "Nantan Lupan"
Birth: Sep 8 1828
Death: Mar 21 1890 - Chicago, Cook, IL, USA
Parents: Thomas Crook and Elizabeth Crook (born Mathews)
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Text:".... Maich GeorgeCrook died suddenly in bis parlor at the Grand Pacific hotel .shortly after 7 o'clock, but the officials were so paral- yzed by tho unexpected event and occu- pied in ministering to tho ... illicit stills iu opeiation, and are, producing thousands of barrels of whisky, on which no Uncle J5am is paid. GENEUAL CROOK DEAD. The IMstiuguishcd Soldier Sword to the lirlm Sudden Death :i( Chicago ... were sleeping on the upper floor. All of the occupants of tho house suc- ceeded in getting out sufoly, except the Hungarians. One of them was burned :o death, another was fatally injured by jumping from ... , northwesterly winds; colder Saturday. Mrs. Almena Dunton, wife of Mr. Horace Dunton, of Perry township, died yesterday of heart disease,..."
Date:Mar 21 1890
Publication:Fort Wayne, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...his word to a white man or rod GENERAL CROOKS FUNERAL of tho Commander to Hits LJMt CIJIOACO March funeral ceremonies over the remains ofGeneral GeorgeCrook occurred yesterday Tho conducted Dr ... boen in receipt of a good many letters from tho general since ho left mo hero in January last in which he has complained of a slight illness It started with tho grip from which ho soon recovered ... wore takon to Oakland for final interment Drowned at Sea DUMDEB March coasting steamer Kthel Gwendoline foundered oil Uattory Head Seven of tho crow were drowned General Schenck WASHINGTON March Robert C ... Sohonck diod at 5 oclock last night Tho cause of his demise was pneumonia 1 DESPERATE MILI I Jack McAuliffe Vanquishes Jimmj Carroll in FortySnven..."
Date:Mar 27 1890
Publication:Hawarden, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...maay foljowers One or two very promising young ladies have left their homes and gone to join Schweinfurths garden of Eden crowd at Eockford 111 death of Major General GeorgeCrook of the United States ... HowIatBrmarrUce rivesand Sncceu of Quakers It is quite true that many friends live long says the London Hospital It is equally true that certain circum stances in their history militate against long life Among ..."
Date:Apr 2 1890
Publication:Indiana, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"...it to cxpiws his at the death of his Md comrade in arma GeorgeCrook was always a roau oiwhom we could said he He waa the rnoef sucuesahil man in fiealiuj wiih the iniiaus the Uitd States ever had in its service ... with Gen Crook The last hunt was in 1889 and the party ot Hayea J S Collins of Omaha nnd Hurry H Weight of 8th U S cavalry Start was made from Frt tl binson The arty killed fife one hull elk and eerenty ..."
Date:Mar 22 1890
Publication:Laredo, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"...the money tounil on hie perion among which VM the hi He leavrs GeorgeCrook of Indian fighting fame died veiteidav lii Chicago When United States senator lorgeta his state or a congressman big dittrict ... earnestly i Tt i iv riori of a city hospital or I i This conimunicutinn should rece vt pacing not ce at I if the city Jailiorp Lurti is lust metropolitan Jt nrnved from PMH the nciveMM of ai m smtings at 1 j ..."
Date:Mar 22 1890
Publication:Laredo, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"...mediately Aflor Arlalne from lie IIin nn Attiiok nt Heart lilRenne and Diet In n Fuw Grief j of UU Ilrlef Sketch of Military March GeorgeCrook died suddenly in his parlor at Hie Grand Pa cific hotel shortly ... proof of death made by Barbara the petitions for letters of ad ministration for H D Wetzeh gran ted bond Riven in sum of ap Jacob Wm O Keown and August Qehrig appointed Emma it minor Rhoda A Judy presents ... bond in sum of as required Dominick insane Herman Dettmers presents bond to trustees of Illinois Central Hospital in sum of Sarah B deceased Jas M Hill presents bond as with will in eum of ap Robert D ... said minors petition the ap pointment of P E Jones as guardian he is appointed bond given in sum of John H deceased Amelia widow makes proof of death and petitions for..."
Date:Mar 27 1890
Publication:Alton, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:".... Chicago, March 21.-Gen. GeorgeCrook died suddenly in his parlor at the Grand Pacific Hotel shortly after 7 o'clock this morning, but the officials were so paralyzed by the unexpected event and so much ... . H. Wattles was arrested here yesterday General GeorgeCrook was born in Ohio in 1S2S, and was apnoiated from that State to the West Point Military Academy, and July 7, 1353, jvas made 2d ... BRADFORD, M'KEAN COUNTY, PA., SATUR DAY MORNING, MARCH 1880. CROOK DIED J RAILROAD WRECK. 15 CENTS A WEEK. Ssial With a fcadlv rata in uu Be Was Strides hm urt U 1 MIST ^EXPECTED SiSMR lit {fciug ... * bbl-la IfTtdiBg talk Seeie-I Brief tteicl of lit trilliatt lilitvj data. Five Persons Said to Have Been Killed en the Midland. Hancock, N. Y.,..."
Date:Mar 22 1890
Publication:Bradford, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"...*. OrMtk rstuea Avar, Speena to tbe Bnuv, Omcaoo, Moron 31.-Qen. GeorgeCrook died suddenly here this aaorntng of heart failure, _ BVSIO AN It DRUU. paper was made to say t "There need be demand no looger ... attended the deceased in her last Illness. Be stated tbat the sytoptoms wcretboseof arsen-leal poisoning, and gave It as bis opinion that her death resulted from that cause. He baaed this on the opinions �f ... died at my home *t Mingo, on Thursday, forget tbe date. She took sick on Sunday altera00:. I was at home. Sbo commenced by violent vomiting wbloh continued from iour to six hours. Dr. O'Connell at ... where It is. Mrs. Margaret Simpson-I am the mother of Belle Simpson. She was 28 years and some months old when she died.,..."
Date:Mar 28 1890
Publication:Steubenville, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"...for Oak- �if BEST. The Funeral of General GeorgeCrook. ABOUND THE BIBB OF THB OHBAT INDIAN FIQHTBB. The Oagket and the Dead Hero-Tho Bellvlous Service*-The Loyal Legion -Ex-Pr�sldnt Hayes' Bon Escorts Mrs ... . At the cemetery 'the exercises attending the burial were observed according to the programme. t_ The Lost of Bartb. BAt,T>>fOBFt, Marches-The Son's special from Oakland, Md., says: General GeorgeCrook, U. 8. A ... . The following biography of the docoasod was souured from tho otlice of the Adjutaut-(ieneral of Ohio; GeorgeCrook was born in Montgomery county near Bay tun, Ohio, Boptombar 8, lij'JS. Entci cd West Point ... of wlili'li ha..."
Date:Mar 28 1890
Publication:Steubenville, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:".... General W.' T. Sherman, when told of General Crook's death, by an Attxiatcd prtii "purler, (bowed-deep regret. "GeorgeCrook W'M a on whom we could depend." he. VHewtslbe post succeiitul rain In .dealing ... - alouooes the Event. JftcHsvnvllu jACKHONVtu.K; Kla.. Marrli SI yesterdays flro 17 blocks and houses YoitKT March 21. Jnrnes J innccd to death this morning for the mtirili'r of his wife. Orvbk March 21. Major ... summoned and Dr. ilurlberl was scut for. that could be was dune, but be failed to rally and. died >t 7.15 o'clock. I suppose bis death re- lulled from affection of the heart. For -totae fact ever return (d ... or five before'death fle was-suffering from lr- regular action of..."
Date:Mar 22 1890
Publication:Colorado Springs, Colorado, United States of America
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Text:"...in the Grave, at Oakland, mi. Baltimoue, March 24.-The Sun's special from Oakland, Md., says: Gen. GeorgeCrook, U. S. A., was buried here to-day. The arrangements for the funeral had been made by Mr. De ... attempted to arrest the leader of the gang, who pulled from his pocket a It-calibre Smith Wesson revolver and lired. The ball struck Smiles in the lower part of the abdomen, passing between the bowels ... of the Masonic fraternity, who attended his funeral on Sabbath in a body. A special train was run on the B.. R. P. from DuBois and many Masons from that place and Reynoldsville were present at the obsequies ... into their handsome new residence on Maia street. PROFITS OF TBE OFFICE A SOUTHERN TORNADO. One White Man and Several Colored People ..."
Date:Mar 25 1890
Publication:Bradford, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"...GeorgeCrook U a commanding the department of Missouri died at the Grand Pacific botel oclock tbis morning of heart disease Tbete had not been the eligbtest warning Gen Crook was not perfectly well He wee ... the of Secretary Proctor Washington March GeorgeCrook Graid Pacific Hotel join with the people of the country which General Crook served well in sorrow our common in sympathy with you in your KEDFIKLD PKOCTOK ... was of the opinion he would uot eare to have any particular pomp or cetemony at his funrral The de tails will be arranged however as soon as the wishes of the family are known Gtneral GeorgeCrook waa born near ... TUB state and Abstract Co A WARRIOR GONE ..."
Date:Mar 22 1890
Publication:Laredo, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"...'d Sold by A Moris, iov41nn UKATU Tkv Geaeral Muddeuljr Given March GeorgeCrook, United army, died suddenly at fata at the Grand Pacific Hotel this morning. death waa waa MO that for a long time his ... , but was difficult to fill, the oDice requiring an expert accountant and bookkeeper to keep an accurate record of moneys passing through the ofBce. Til AT tircii, so peculiar li> Kiifitiu, iuilli'iviei Jui ... Proctor. The cause of General Crook's death was heart failure, resulting from indi- gestion. He had been troubled in this way for many years. PEK80NAL George Woodward was over from Yolo to-day. Mr. Ben ... M. Young people cordially in- vited. The members of Woodland Lodge, So. 156, F. A. M., are requested to meet at Masonic Hall Sunday, March 23d, 1890, at o'clock p. M., to..."
Date:Mar 22 1890
Publication:Woodland, California, United States of America
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Text:".... THOMPSON. Manager SORROWFUL ANDSOLEMN FUNERAL PAfiEANT OP GENERAL GEORGECROOK. Chicago Turns Oat Honor Mead guiltier-The lU-mslns toT.'a-elr Last CHICAGO. 111., March By 3 o'clock to- day the body ... side of the Lake of tbo that were tbe silent and ghastly record of the horrible death of aome human being; The bones consisted of a human skeleton and the bones of seven wolves. A revolver nnd seven ... fallen o victim to tho wolves. Au Indian from Itat portacto is also inissing.and it may bo he who ha'i mot, such n horrible death, but thu revolver and remnants of clothiug, it in said, I'estMnblo those ... almoit orerpowered when Carter Miced a reTulTtr from one of toe oooetaMea and routed the womld-be itimlna. He ahot one tbrongh the nrittaad la gmc-ally anppoaeil tu bare killed..."
Date:Mar 24 1890
Publication:Galveston, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"...GeorgeCrook, ut, Chicago. Captam Crook is in a critical condition. rittftbttrg rim K. o. Trains Columbus daily fit and 11.30 D. m. PullmAB upace city office JHitrh street. The last Congress sac 411 day ... after o'clock. Dr. G. S. died. His end bad been looked for dunnff many days past, as ke was takta witfc la jrrinpe three months ago. It affected lungs and also brought on dropsy. His vital- ity tbbed away ... up a larare practice. Due notice of the funeral will be given. to balance. et vrith Tue Kationjil Educational tiem and Council of Education have de- Oided to hold their next Annual Con- at St. Pawl ... IN THE Capiain Walter Crook, of Tadtuor, who represented this district in the last General Assembly, is suffering from of the brain, which came up on him while atlendiue the funeral his brother, the late General ......"
Date:Mar 27 1890
Publication:Piqua, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"...of Missouri for years, succeeding Uoneral bcho- fleld. gonUOVf IS CINCINNATI. CINCINNATI, O., March SI.-The newso! the death of M.ijor-uensrul GeorgeCrook receives! here with profound sorrow by his many army ... SHERMAN. HIS OPINION OF TUB f NEW YORK, March A reporter was tbo first to convey the ot sudden death ot General GeorgeCrook to General v7m. X. Sbvrman. hale veteran was placidly enjoying inevitable cigar ... , but his hand shook removed it to reu deep concern and regret at the death of old comrade In "GeorgeCrook waa a man on whom we could zald he. "He most inooeuful man in dealing with tbe United ever bad la ... GALVRSI'ON DAILY N2W8, SATURDAY. HAIKM..."
Date:Mar 22 1890
Publication:Galveston, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"...:. Maj.-Gen, GeorgeCrook, United States ormy, in command of tho department of tho MiHSouri, died at the Grand Pacific, in Chicago, of heart failure. The news of tho death of Gen. Crook ... THE LEMiM?SSIT]S" LEMARS, IOWA. B. GOLDIE. PCBLISUEi;. IOWA ITEM.S OF LNTEKKST. neatn of � I'romliicnt Hopiibllciin. Hon. James T. Lane, of Dnvenport, died nt Denver, offer n j>njlouKC'^ illncKS ... reputation, ono Harty met and shot Tom Kirk, tho bullet entering his forehead and passing out at tho temple. Harty immediately gave himself up and is now in jail ponding tho recovery or otherwise of his victim ... , which bo now occupies. He was absent from tho cabin a few minutes and when he again entered an explosion took place, which knocked him sonseless, ..."
Date:Mar 27 1890
Publication:Lemars, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...ind William bullnan veie injuicd The cause of accident is u Burial of the Late Gan GeorgeCrook. BKIEF SERVICES AT iSE GRAVE. Funeral Irftln Anives nation OjOtlrtnd M uylaud Poiw Houra Proiuliiont PeopI ... depot ind Benjamin Daley both coloi ed were tilled and si vend othei colored persona wpre injured I he killed and ipjuied weie employed C b Bush tiauslpi man md ivere m loading a hoilea on Hat tars 'he ... uoa diapod in mouiii lag and UnkUnd poat pieauikij i handsome lloial tilbute The funeral tran did not amve uuli. Socloul m tho tour houib late-notvMlliitaudmg a dibpatch sent out from Baltimore cloiram ... Imc foi bereial dais a DESTRUCTIVE TORNADO levcrul P oplo Killed mid a Grtu Amount o! Dam ige lo Property CnABiisroN S f Maich 2 nolent..."
Date:Mar 25 1890
Publication:Lima, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"...of murder Ox the 03d the funeral of tho late MajorGeneral GeorgeCrook United Slates army took place in Chicago The remains were taken toOakland Mil for interment WILLIAM KISNEY Peter McGinncss axd John Rurke ... that sho has refused to have theso manuscripts put into print They will be published after her death TIIK oxsoldier John McKoough who was accustomed to stand guard over tho liurnside monument in Provi dence ... R I with a drawn saber saying every now and then I followed you at Nowberno and I will not desert you now was killed by a railroad traiu the other night Ho was perfectly aano with tho exception ... of snow foil while in March the fall was 1SK inches with good sleighing for several days Ou GAHUIEL tho mission Indian tho oldest man on tho Pacific coast prob ably the..."
Date:Apr 2 1890
Publication:Waterloo, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"....cavalry of the war on tlio side of ILo stales of tlie Union have nearly nil "join-id tlie majority." dan, Custer ami Eilpulricfc livu now only In history, and tlie raont demise of Gen. GeorgeCrook adds ... her subsequent acquainuuii'e with tbe great admiral barred hw from circles, and a few years after NOUOB'S death sli FOR FORTY YI-ARS A FIGHTER, LABT HAMILTON. terhaps the power of beauty was better ... in a tight and weret the toast of the town. More money was raised, and in 1750 they went to London. Society received the "wild Irish girJs" with arms. MHZ. JZHOME passed away Calais, to which town she fled ... Prince of Lemiugen. He died in 1814, and in JS1S his widow wedded the Duke of Kent, fourth son of George II] of England. The neit year Victoria, present..."
Date:Apr 4 1890
Publication:Hornellsville, New York, United States of America
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Text:"...ing machine which he had purchased a few months previous His family and relatives have not heard from him General GeorgeCrook commander of the department of the Missouri ex pired suddenly at the Grand ... GeorgeCrook the preat Bedford was wrought up to the high est pitch of excitement on the 17th by the arrest for murder of lieurv Lig gett familiarly Jcuown as Hank and also hiswife and daughter agtdtwelve ... of the best known editors and newspaper men in Iowa died si1 Davenport March 7th The Odd Fellows will hold a Stale rally at Des JMoines April 26tb the seventyfifth anniversary of the order Mrs iXancy AYilliarns ... widow of Judirc liobert Williams who to Museatine in the forties died in that city on the Goo lUills aged 25 years was drowned in Big Sioux river IS miles from tvoux..."
Date:Mar 27 1890
Publication:Oelwein, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...in ii Ohtuttgo Hotel CRICAUO I March GeorgeCrook U S A in command of tlie Department of the Missouri died at tbe Grand Pacific Hotel at oclock this morning of heart disease There had not been ... to the first sec WISCONSIN ITEMS A COMJIITTKI of the Ashland County Board ot Supervisors charges the oth cinls with miBimmagemout ol the coun tys aUaire Miciiri HEIS died at La Crosse at on the evening ... of imperial Joroign minister State Hospital for the insane PARIS March In an interview to Korthern Hospital for the Insane day Count Benedotli who won trench ambassador at Berlin at the outbreak of the reading ... and the House pro ceeded to tho comidernlion of resolu tions relative to the death of E J Gay late member from Louisiano EuloEistic..."
Date:Mar 29 1890
Publication:Centralia, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"...GeorgeCrook U S A in command of the Department of tlie Missouri died at the Grand Pacific hotel at this morn ing of heart disease There had uot been the slightest warning that General Crook ... Crook was as follows WASHINGTON D C March 21 Mrs GeorgeCrook Grand Pacific Hotel Chicago 111 Let me join with the people of the country which General Crook seived so well in sorrow for our common loss ... and a black tail deer CINCINNATI March news ol the denth of Major GeorgeCrook wos received here with profound sorrow by his hiiuy friends His home was in Ohio near Dayton and be was appointed to command ... t Jfctimij FIRST UA1JLY IN Tlifci OIL KKGUONS VOL XXV NO TITUSV1LLE PA SATURDAY MARCH 22 189O WHOJLE NO 7002 ..."
Date:Mar 22 1890
Publication:Titusville, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"...to the castle, and warmly cneered the Em- peror and the Prince.______ The iii a Cniuajco Motel. CHICAGO, IlL, March GeorgeCrook, U. S. A., in command of the Department of the Missouri, died at the Grand Pacinc ... repealing the umber culture law. At 2 o'clock public busi- ness was suspended and the House pro- ceeded to the confederation of reaolu- tions relative to the death of E. J. Gay, late member from Louisiano ... County Board ol Supervisors charges the om- with mismanagement of the coun- ty's auairg. MICH.EL HEISS died at La Crosse at on evening of the evening of the 2otLu He was conscious to the last breath ... , and knew he was about to die, but nothing ot espe- cial moment. THE expenses of the state institution for month of March were as follows: State Hospital for the..."
Date:Mar 29 1890
Publication:Centralia, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"..., a veteran of the Mexican war, died at Columbus, Ind., on the-19th, aged 108 years. Major General GeorgeCrook, of the United States army, died suddenly in Ch%;ago on the morning of the 21st of heart failure ... 27. The funeral of the late Major-Goneral GeorgeCrook, United Statos army, took place in Chicago on tho 23d. The remains were taken to Oakland, Md., for interment. STATE LEGISLATURE. Proceedings ... suffering among the Indians there. Hons Cloud, an Indian at the Standing Rock (N. D.) agency, killed a squaw named Julia on the 20th because she would not live with him, shot dead her father, known as Irish ... stills, had established a fortified camp in Franklin..."
Date:Mar 28 1890
Publication:Fayette, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...103 years. Major General GeorgeCrook, of the United States army, died suddenly in Chicago on the morning of the 21st of heart failure. He wai 61 years of age, and leaves a wifo. General Francis H ... in Washington on the evening of the 23d of pneumonia, in his 81st year. Illinois Prohibitionists will meet in State convention at Bloomington May 27., The funeral of the late Major-General GeorgeCrook, United ... report an alarming scarcity of food, and that there was great suf-fering among the Indians there. Horn Ci.oun, an Indian at tho Standing Eock (N. D.) agency, killed a squaw namod Julia on tho 30th because ... and killed Bertie Pollianius, aged 11 years, at Jollet, 111., on tho 20th during a quarrel over..."
Date:Mar 27 1890
Publication:Rolfe, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...Chicago says that General GeorgeCrook, Commander of the Department of Missouri, United States Army, died this morning of heart failure at the Grand Pacific._ The Home family numbers 37 children, who ... Sullivan died at Columbus, Ind., yesterday, aged 103 years. Dr. B. P. McDonald, the dentist over Chipman's drug store, east of the Court House.39tf Michael Skahen and I.ibbie Xeis-wender have been licensed ... and leading- to misery, decay and death. Premature Old Age, Barre mess, lioas of Power In either sex, InvoK ntary I/Oises and Spermatorrhoea caused by overexertion of the brain, self-abuse or c ... , fractional change. George W. Carter, the discoverer of natural gas in Indiana, died this week at Eaton. Wonder how much of Policy Starr's opposition to Mercer's railroad is policy..."
Date:Mar 27 1890
Publication:Goshen, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...at Washington Shocked. Chicago, March 21.-Major-General GeorgeCrook, United States Army, in command of the department of the Mis souri, died at the Grand Pacific Hotel, at 7:15 this morning, of heart disease ... CJiOOK's HOMK. Cincinnati, March 21.-The news of the death of Major-General GeorgeCrook was received here with profound sorrow by bis many army friends, ilia home was in Ohio, near Dayton ... from the cars, thereby preventing loss by melting, Bessie-M. Daugborty, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Daugherty died this morning at 4 o'clock of brain fever at the reel. denco of her parents, No, 543 ... South Fair-view street, aged 2 years, 2 months and 22 days. The time of the funeral will be given later...."
Date:Mar 22 1890
Publication:Lock Haven, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:".... By and by there will be music by. tlie full band in Congress. Sudden Dea:th of General Crook. Chicago, HI., March 23. — Major General GeorgeCrook, U. S. A;, in coniujand of the department, of the Missouri, died at tho Grand ... and they will bo ground out at his funeral. The evil that men do lives after them. The indictment against Johft L. Sullivan has been quashed. The state in which Sullivan trained exhibits line scorn at the state ... : Tho full text of the will of Gen. L. B. Faulkner all his property to Mrs. Brown and her two sons. He then had property but the time of his. death it was all tran.sferred to his legal Avife, so that his ... , Avas killed and several seriously injured. Tho jury in..."
Date:Mar 26 1890
Publication:Wellsville, New York, United States of America
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Text:"....000. 0,000. .15,980. Death of Gen. Crook. Chicago, March 2:.. - Gen. GeorgeCrook died suddenly in his parlor at the Grand Pacific hotel shortly after 7 o'clock a. m., of heart failure. Prairie flies ... , Jefferson, Montgomery and Sioux counties are free from debt. Tho 18-months-old child of R Downs of What Cheer choked to death on a graiu of corn. Council Blutt's has a female somnambulist who goes about ... the streets at night. An unknown man was run over and killed by a freight train at Kuoxville Junction Monday afternoon. It is said that "Burlington paid $y,000 for a writeup in Frank Leslie"s Illustrated ... . Contract has been let for the building of a county hospital for the inrane in..."
Date:Mar 29 1890
Publication:Alton, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"..., of was in the city Friday Bert Bagnali is in the funeral of a friend. New Wilmington, Mercer, attending In the death of General GeorgeCrook the United States loses a brave soldier muI n distinguished citizen ... for five months, will return home on Saturday. Miss Sadie Lehman, of Youngstown, is in tbe eitv and will attend the funeral of Mrs. Mackev. Stanley, is home from Har-visit to her mother, Miss May risburg ... . They are never ex-aaustod. They need no sleep, for they ire never tired. At God’s command they »mote with death, in oneniglit.. one hundred and eighty-five thousand of Sennacherib's host, but no fatality can smite ... of tho angels in tho nursery, angels in all tho rooms of your toiling, an gels about the Blck cradle, an 1 all in ..."
Date:Mar 26 1890
Publication:New Castle, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"...." "Indeed! How much did you lose?" "Five dollars," An Interesting Story or How He Obtained His Lovely Wise, That grizzled veteran, Major-Genoral GeorgeCrook, who has just died suddenly at Chicago, obtained ... substantial justice to all our great industrial interests is simply tremendous. 3fajor Mc Kin toy and bis associates have done their work so well as to deserve tbe thanks of the whole country. The sudden death ... " store be to Philipsburg what it was to Lock Haven, a store where you could feel confident of getting full value for your money. Funeral Notice. The funeral of Bessie Daugherty will take place to ... -morrow forenoon at 11 o'olock from the family residence 542, Fairview street. The funeral services..."
Date:Mar 24 1890
Publication:Lock Haven, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"...General GeorgeCrook, United Slates army, in command of the department of the Missouri, died at the Grand Pacific hotel at 7:13 o'clock this morning of heart disease. He seemed in perfect health, until ... National guard. The (commission dates back to the day John A. Logan, third, was born. This makes young i-ogan the youngest commissioned officer in the world. Death of General Crook. CniCAOO, March 21.-Major ... ; there wore l,!i80,000 surviving soldiers of the war; they must all be provided for. The service pension bill was what the old soldiers wanted, and It would come in the near future. He was not onlyJn favor ... while dressing this morning when bo suddenly said to bis wile, "I cannol breath," He was aided to a sofa and died at..."
Date:Mar 28 1890
Publication:Belleville, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:"...extraditable. STATE L\TELLlGEx\CE. tT^M'^läffi^oig^Tav PERSONAL AND POLITICAU Major General GeorgeCrook, of the United States army, died suddenly in Chicago on the morning of the 21st of heart failure. Ile ... of the late Major-General GeorgeCrook, United States army, took place in Chicago on the 23d. The ro-m;iin.5 were taken to Oakland, Md., for interment. J. S. Faiilow, pre?idenl of the Cincinnati, i^andasky C ... Dopreshion, Soft'-min^ 1)1 the Uraiu resulting in insanity and leadiiiii to misery, decay and death. Premature Old A^'e, JJari eune.sK, Losh of Power in either sex, Involuntary Losses and 8p iruiatorrhoea ... satisfuctory. Charles L. C:)i.by resigned on .the 31st as president of the Wisconsin Central road and was succeeded by..."
Date:Mar 29 1890
Publication:Logansport, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...in arms. "GeorgeCrook was always a man upon Losiwjr, March 2$,—The ' Salisbnrv moved. !n the «on^ Lords that the report of commission be approve" nellircs, he said. the Pariiell .1. '5*lie Par- . therm "w ... —Other Kewv from Fvrelsn »«nimi ïhttisday thö fUsen pfivate pension TCIrt news of his death nras a great sur-yiiae, as it was supposed that the gen-egrd was in the very best of Viealth. m« shock was all ... -Gcn. Williams, who assumed anamand immediately after Gen. Crook's •deaCh, lias charge of the arrangements Tor the funeral. He is in communica-itea with Secretary of War Proctor. It is fcs. Crook's desire ... that the body be •»afcw» to Oakland, Md., for burial and Jwr Teqnest has been forwarded to the 'Seeretary. Gen. Crook's..."
Date:Mar 22 1890
Publication:Goshen, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...prevail to-day. During prosperous times, and espe(^ial!y at tho commencement of i)rosperau8 tiliiei be- MAJOR-OEXERAL OEOUOE or loi: Major-Oeneral GeorgeCrook, United States army, in command of the D ... would not let him. Had h6 touched yon, Lenora, I would have killed him." "Oh, you are ao good to me, Gertana, I cannot thank you enough. I wish ha had kiUedwben_ ij wanted hiiri to, for he has made me so ... which would buy the comforts of lifo. Just as these thoughts were passing through las 'mind--he heard a -decp,-stern. ToiceJbehind-him:______________ . ............. Surrender, ,Tim, for you are my ... .'partmeul of the Missouri, died suddenly at the Clraud Pacific HotiU Chicago, at 7;!:» o'clock the other morning of heart disea-se. General Crook was born near Dayton, I Ohio, Heptembor S, and..."
Date:Mar 27 1890
Publication:Friendship, New York, United States of America
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Text:"...the selection of a committee to prepare for the proper rep-sentatlon of the state at the world's fair, and moved its adoption. Adopted Death of Gen. Crook. Chicago, March 2h, — Gen. GeorgeCrook died suddenly ... saturated with blood. He at first claimed that the blood came from a chicken which he had killed, but at the coroner's inquest he admitted that he committed the crime. He sa»d his mother laid her head down ... of the joint resolution favoring a deep water harbor at Galveston, Tex. Adjourned. The House Votes the Deep Harbor Memorial—'llie Senate Adjourns. Des Moines, la., March 21.—By the passage of a con current ... itself with its hands tied and adjourned. In the house the Lane ..."
Date:Mar 27 1890
Publication:Chariton, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...with pleasing anticipation. John Kidder fell from the Pennylvania Sketch of я Life Full of Honor and We-tlngtilshc«l hy Gallant »errteea to HUl Count ry. Chicago. March 22.—General GeorgeCrook died suddenly ... as though she had been shot. Mr. Nixon, with the aid of some persons who were passing, carried her into the bakery, where she lay unconscious for two hours, after which she was taken home. At present she ... but it melted very rapidly. Eliza McNutt, of State Line, was killed by a train on the Ft. Wayne road on XVednesday night, March Pith while walking on the track between Enon Valley and State Line. The funeral ... town last week to Pittsburg. Jaincs Robb is reported on the sick list. John C. XV’ilson, who has tieen ailing for some years with a..."
Date:Mar 26 1890
Publication:New Castle, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"..., and m pzodaoiikg tbouiwidBof GENERAL CROOK DEAD. The Histinffuished Soldier I^ays Dotvn His Sword to the rini Reaper—His Sudden Heatli at Chicago. Chicago, March 21.—General GeorgeCrook died suddenly ... troubled him. The news creates a profound sensation in the city, and the rotunda of the hotel is crowded with friends and intimates of the deceased general. Gen. GeorgeCrook was born near Dayton, Ohio ... sleeping on the upper floor. All of the occupants of the house succeeded in getting out safely, except the Hungarians. One of them was burned to death, another W£is fatally injured by jumping from ... and Hoes His Work By Hand. St. Joseph, Mo., March 21.—Fred Jones, a nineteen-year-old boy, was arrested at the city ..."
Date:Mar 21 1890
Publication:Fort Wayne, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...been taken to aid them. Death of General Crook. CincAfiO, March 22.—Major-Gencral GeorgeCrook, U. S. A., in command of the Department of the Missouri, died at the Grand Pacific Hotel at 7:15 o ... on the charge of embezzlement. A SOIiDIER'S BIEB. Departure of General Crook'^ Bemalna From Chicago to Oakland, Md. Chicago, March 34.—The closing chapter of the record of Major-General GeorgeCrook's connection ... is * large and successful Investor in Florida orange groves. Recetw homicides have caused an agi-tion for a re-establishment of the death penalty in Michigan. Neab the town of Snyder, N. Y., there is a gander ... Americans the most interesting foreigners who visit P.iris. Thhbk are now five..."
Date:Mar 27 1890
Publication:Brownstown, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...engineers in the north of England have been granted. The Death Eoll. Gen. Robert C. Schenck died in Washington of pneumonia, Sunday, aged 81. Gen. GeorgeCrook died suddenly in Chicago, Friday morning ... , Monday, which wiU probably result in the death of his 8-year-old son. In the yard stood a kettle of boiling sugar water, around which the boy was playing, when he suddenly stumbled and fell head fii ... stick. As he was stooping over it, an explosion occurred, which blew out his eyes and tore off both arms, and otherwise horribly mangled him so that he died within a few minutes. Clarence Moore, a boy who ... was passing, was struck by a flyinpc stone and seriously hurt. Speece, who was standing at some..."
Date:Mar 28 1890
Publication:Bloomfield, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...by IG D M The Death of General Crook. THE VALIANT WAltHIOn EM IRK1? VEHY Ih C1IICAG 3 j General GeorgeCrook ISA in command of the Department of (jbe mn, died at the Grand Pacific Hotel at Chicago last ... Hill was killed m the Home of CoramoDf al O tawa a few days ago onmoticnofSr obn Macdonalfl The trial oT SArah Althea Tt -ry, in gin co aj charge of conlenpl result s hill crlo mi the titlt ..."
Date:Mar 25 1890
Publication:Wellsboro, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"...or Mnjor-Cen-oral George Crooks, Commandor of the Department of tho Missouri—Sketch of Hta Brilliant Military Career. Chicago, March 23.—Major-General GeorgeCrook, AN ASSASSIN'S BULLET. the United States ... . April 6,1888, President Cleveland nominated Brlgadler-Goneral GeorgeCrook to bo Mt*Jor; General, vice Terry, retired. His headquarters were established In the Pullman building, in Chicago, and his time ... of Marshal MacMalion, late President of the French ropublic. His fathor was a brave soldier and bis grandfather was killed in the battle of Leipsic. Tho now Chancellor was born in February, 1831, at Berlin ... Army, died vory suddenly at 7:10 o'clock a. m. yesterday in his apartments at tho Pacific Hotel, whore he has lived for two years. Ho has not been in..."
Date:Mar 27 1890
Publication:Rolfe, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"....Jj., March 21.—General GeorgeCrook, commander o( the division of the Southwest, with headquarters in Chicago, died very suddenly in bed this morning of heart disease, aged sixty-two years. General Crook ... . The last one to be admitted was Ciara Foltz, of San Diego, California.HORRIBLE DEATH!Ground to Pieces Under the Wheels of a Freight Train. Harry Van A-usdol the Latest Victim—The Body Presents a Terrible ... and United States Senator. In forty years of public life he has had only one defeat. Another railroad horror has been added to the long list, the victim of Which was literally ground to pieces» and death must ... . Thomas, the undertaker, this morning, and sent to bis home in Hamilton for interment at 12:25 to-day. Coroner H. H. Moore, of Union county held..."
Date:Mar 21 1890
Publication:Connersville, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...22.—(Jien. GeorgeCrook, died suddenly in his parlor at the Grand Pacific hotel shortly after 7 o'clock Friday morninij. but tlie oificials were so paralyzed by the unexpected event and occupied ... . Hurlburt, whose office is a block away. The physician quickly responded, but on his arrival expresse^iv the opinion that the patient was beyond relief. Mxe^*,J»iiiutes latgr Gen. Crpqk ; passed away ... the protection of the la w by a body of lawless men and shot to death. Such a cold blooded butchery is without precedent in the history of this country. If tlie perpetrators of so foul a murder can be discovered ... to death, they inflict a frightful blow on their state and community. Such lawle.^isness should be deprecated, should be checked, and I hope there is sufficient..."
Date:Mar 22 1890
Publication:Connersville, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...Traliod. Ciiii-.\Go, March 21.—Major-General GeorgeCrook, in comma.nl of the Department of the Missouri, died at tho Gr.ind Pacific Hotel at 7:15 o'clock this morning of heart failure. Thoro had not been ... yesterday evening to the entire Batisfaction of one man at lea.st. It oppears that John was passing along Main street, between Third and Fourth. Ho thought he heard a bystacder call him a name reflecting ... llll|iluilli 1 the nei I need help. 1 sistance was at llurliairt was t could be was ,lly and died at lied from li' tliii bear.. Fur some weeks, r .'linci! hl! returned from his .1 tbe Northwest, he has ... been iig oí a bearing down sensalion ghburhood of the heart. ]ir Wll.lT THE nOCTOB s.vvs. lluilhnri, the physician sum- 1. said: I arrived at the bedside five miiiiites before ..."
Date:Mar 27 1890
Publication:Santa Ana, California, United States of America
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Text:".... Hider Haggard, the famous novelist, has been offered $1,000 a week for a forty weeks' lecture tour in this country. Majoi; General GeorgeCrook, U. S. A., in command of the department of the Missouri ... , died at the Grand Pacific Hotel In Chicago, Friday morning, of heart disease, lliere had not been the slightest warning that Gen. Crook was not perfectly well. The General has l)een in command ... damage was done. (ien. Robert C. Schenck, United States minister to England under General (irant, and a prominent Republican leader for some years after the war, died of pneumonia Saturday evening, at his ..."
Date:Mar 27 1890
Publication:Bar Harbor, Maine, United States of America
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Text:"....court-martial. The casket is covered with the regulation army blue broadcloth. Th« handles and trimmings are of gold snd oxidized. silver. The plate beass this inscription: : maj.-GEN. GEORGECROOK, V. S. A., 5 ;DIED MARCH ... to increased exertions. The Indians became sell-supporting within three yaars. April S, 1888, President Cleveland nominated Brigadier-General GeorgeCrook to be Major-Oenaral,-vice Terry, retired. His ... LAID DOWN HIS ARMS The Victor of Many a Bloody Field Vanquished by Deatli. SÜDDEN DEMISE OF GENERAL CROOK. BU Brilliant Military Career landed bj an Attack of Heart Disease at Chi ... .of his death was undoubtedly failure of the heart. Mr. J. B. Drake immediately notified the officials at the army healquarters...."
Date:Mar 22 1890
Publication:Elkhart, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...refuse. It is understood upon good authority that the burial of Gen. GeorgeCrook's remains at Oakland, Md., is but transient, and that in the fall they will be removed to the National cemetery ... S-) ■ ~ = ' ■ \ IÎ ■ > Jl GHT UÏÏS LÖST By an Explosion in a Chicago Sugar Refinery. Thirty Men Caught in the Ruins Which Take Fire. TElglit Arc KitUer Crushed to Death by the Fallijig iiiiildiiiK ... of the immense buildings of the Chicago Suj^ar Reiinin:^ company, at Taylor and Beech streets, killed at Jeast eight persons and injured sixteen more, perhaps fatally. The explosion, which was heard a mile away ... «•ountry as far south as La Conia Circle IS appalling. The devastation and suffering is incalculable to both stock and human..."
Date:Mar 29 1890
Publication:Connersville, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...to governor Toole, of Montana, is announced. General GeorgeCrook died sud- denly at Chicago, Friday. At Carroll, John Vogbtdied from blood poisoning, caused by the bite of a rat. Heidelberg college, at Tiffin ... jurisdiction; to author- ize guardians to lease real estate of wrrds for oil or gas; permitting order of partition within a year after death, unless personal es- tate is sufficient to pay In the introduced ... , will hereafter be a university. I On a Louisville and Nashville I train, last Thursday, a negro was shot and killed by the conductor. The negro refused to pay the fare demanded by the conductor. The negro shot ... the conductor first, but be was not killed. Wilkesbarre, Pa., has refused offers to help in relieving the dis- tress of the mining population, say- ing..."
Date:Mar 27 1890
Publication:New Philadelphia, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"...Arriinfje miMits CHICAGO March Maj Gen GeorgeCrook J S A in command of the department of the Missouri died at the Grand Pa iic hotel at oclock yes terday morning of heart disease There had not been th ... to oversee the work on my farm It is the finest medicine ever made Jesse Middlewart Decatur Ohio says Had it not been for Dr Kings New Discoverv for Consumption I would have died of Lung Troubles Was given up ... Oh Mary Mary 1 need some help I cant get my breath Assistance was at once summoned and r Uurlburt who lives near by was seni for Everything thit could be was done bill ht failed to rally and died ... at Mrs Crook and her sister Mrs teid were the only members of the family present at his when lie passed away He had no chi dren I suppose his ..."
Date:Mar 21 1890
Publication:Hamilton, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"...proving Wild's previous bad character can in no '.vise exonerate Lieutenant Steele. _______________ THE sudden death of Gen. GeorgeCrook at Chicago yesterday morning, iwill be regretted by thousands of ex ... and wear........The funeral of Mrs Anna Burns, a veteran lady of Clinton, took place from her residence this afternoon. The old lady had been a patient sufferer for years. She was much esteemed by her neigh ... -lienor la.-t .Monday nifjlitat liLs in t'lu eastern part of town. lit: was aliout 7uj-udi's of at-e and his Ion? heeii a of .Sullivan. His funeral discourse was delivei- ed by Elder 11 V Kc ... bright and beautiful the spell It throws o'er man or woman's face. Sister Benedicta was buried at Spring- field Wednesday. George Campbell, Hopkinsville, Ky says: Burdock Blood..."
Date:Mar 29 1890
Publication:Decatur, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"...prostrated since the sudden death of her husband, Gen. GeorgeCrook, is quietly residing at the Glides Hotel in this place. She has de- termined to make her permanent resi- dence in Oakland. Bert Heliey ... .supposed to lie dcail, previ ntcd itf. own interment by opening it.-. and cr> ing lu-tlly. The u! the tram wrecked at Huniliurg, X. V.im tlm L.ike Shore road, has ueen found criminally culpable. Resolutions ... . Fill, la. pn-si, lent oilh, .Uhletll- LIUII, suy, Ijt In V, Jut U-IKI u ill in, i t tin-re, ,ui' ill a Arrhlns-hup IK-I-S nl Milwaukee diuil In La CYii-se. uv.incs.l.ij iii.-Iij. death was not a- lie had ... -oil at (.ui-lph, oat to imprisonment for life the death ol hi, daugh- ter's illcgiumiui cnlld, ut Inch hu was the lutlier. Joseph tirecn, a fiinner, near Mattoon,..."
Date:Mar 29 1890
Publication:Decatur, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"...., phot and killed Delia Eddingfon, aged 17, and then committed suicide. The death of Gen. GeorgeCrook, other (2r.y, removes one of the bett oiii- ccrs of the army. Gen. Miles, another j great Indian ... CH RON ICl CKXTIUI.U, WASH., AI'JIU. 3, 1SSO. Congressman David Wilbcr, n repub- lican congressman from New York, died 1. Henry Sanders, nged 19, living on the .mountain eight miles from Dayton, Wnsh ... . They H-ere written to a first on tlio death of her, husband: "Dear Your devoted and the sec- ond on her remarriage: "Dear liravol Your devoted Francisco Argonaut .VHAT IT COST HER TO DRESS. The Xow Tariff ... . The four cost about Then I suppose 1 have about five other dresses, which COIUG cheap; perhaps about for each one." The young man ..."
Date:Apr 3 1890
Publication:Centralia, Washington, United States of America
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Text:"...-general GeorgeCrook who died in tho Grand Pacific hotel in Chicago on last Friday morning took place in Oakland this 2 o'clock Tho train bearing the corpse was detained two hoars war Benwood W Va ou account ... reported tho houso with favorable recommendations Tho these is tho Richardson granting pensions to survivors of Indian wars ami to the surviving widows ot these mow married previous to their discharge ... anil n conspiracy of tho press to buna him in evory other possible way Muroli oil public after in railroad Und grant till to tho ta by LAID AT REST The Kad IMId to Uio funeral of the late Major ... in ing tho hour of the funeral all places of business were closed in honor and reverence-of thedead chieftain Promptly at o'clock train No 0 on tbo Baltimore Ohio railroad pulled..."
Date:Mar 25 1890
Publication:Galveston, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"...March reporter was tho to convey nowa ot tho sudden death of General GeorgeCrook to General T Sherman The halo veteran was placidly enjoying his inevitable cigar but his baud as ho removed it to express ... his deep concern and regret at tho death of his old comrade iu arms GeorgeCrook was always a man on whom wo could he Ho wna the most successful man in dealing with the Indiana tho United States ever ... G ALT WON DAILY SATURDAY MARCH 38 DEATH'S MARK SUDDEN DEATH OF CROOK Oil IT L'L Ceo army t of at at o'clock thla had tin valuing that well He was at Ihu all n a hotel in heaith got up 7 o ... personal messages of condolence to Mrs Crook and Instructions for preparation..."
Date:Mar 22 1890
Publication:Galveston, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"...; date The premium on gold in Bolivia has declined to 158. Madden Deatli of fcem-ral Crook. By Associated Press.] CHICAGO, March GeorgeCrook, in command of' tbe De- partment of the Missouri, died ... of mourning for 30 days. NEW YORK, March W. T. Sherman, when told of Genera! Crook's death by an Associated Press representative, showed deep regret. GeorgeCrook was always a man on whom we could saic Sherman ... was sent for. Kvery- thing tliat could be was done, but he failed tc rally and died at I sup- pose ins death resulted from affection of tliu heart. Far some weeks, in fact ever mi.ce he returned from his ... was inarticulo..."
Date:Mar 27 1890
Publication:Reno, Nevada, United States of America
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Text:"...and re- port to the President. SM'AXE OF MA It K LAND. Gen. GeorgeCrook was buried on Monday at Oakland. The new Baltimore postoffice building was formally opened on Saturday. Mr. William M. Marine took ... reforms were necessary. Major-General GeorgeCrook, U. S. A., in command of tbe Department of the Missouri, died at the Grand Pacific Hotel, Chicago, lust Friday morning, of heart disease. There had ... six of these votes rejected because six other persona bad illegally voted on tbe true voters' cames. In passing I remark tbat with our Democratic election machinery, when- ever you are told that six ... at Gettysburg of a memorial to the Purncll Leglou. HOUSE OF DELEGATES Bills introduced. Providing for..."
Date:Mar 27 1890
Publication:Hagerstown, Maryland, United States of America
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Text:"...for an auociaced press reporter showed deep GeorgeCrook was always a maa on whom Ta could laid He was the most man la witli United States nad in its service Tbe ladianj aud trusted him and he could bring thftui ... built aud adapted to suit any ptrtioular case illustrated SPRINGFIELD OHIO or HO LIBERTY jy V lior Iclieral Geo Crook March iiori CriioX in command of of Missouri died hotel his uiihire There had ... Monad and Dr Hurlburt sent for KTerrtWioj that could be done was clona but he failed to rally and died at T 15 suppose that his death resulted ram an affectiau of heart For louia fact ever siacs he ... returned from hii last trip to uortti had been complaining of beariog down lemation in the neigh borhood of General Crook years old ia September NEW YOBK March W T Sherman when told ot General Crooks ..."
Date:Mar 22 1890
Publication:East Las Vegas, New Mexico, United States of America
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Text:"...I1L March I GeorgeCrook U a in cornea and of 1 the Department of the Missouri died I at the Grand Pacific Hotel at oclock this morning of heart disease There had cot been the slightest wara ing ... the timber culture At 2 oclock public busi ness was suspended and the House pro ceeded to the consideration of resolu tions relative to the death of E J Gay late member from Louisiano Eulogistic addresses were ... was principaiiy felt in Sucoter house shaken to its foundation roofs wei covered the fira He called the others JSJf fr trees uprootea killed bv and rushed trom the house In the excitement the youngest brother aged ... water The pro fessor is dead and Fretogeat will not live Gen Robert Gumming Schenck con gressman soldier and diplomat and a leader in public affairs a generation or so ago ..."
Date:Mar 29 1890
Publication:Ironwood, Michigan, United States of America
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Text:"...Major General GeorgeCrook, who died in Grand Pacific hotel in Chicago on last Friday morning, took place in Odd Fellow's cemetery at Oakland this afternoon at 2 o'clock. The service consisted ... to the stables and called attention to what he had done name is Cecil English He that Fitzgerald was too intimate with, his wife He was jailed, _ Burial off General Crook. CUXBKKI.AKD, March 24 funeral of the late ... it should he app'ied [Ministerial cheers Compulsion could not be one-wded If they compelled a landlord to sell, they must force the tenants to Several Killed and Buildings Lev- eled to tlte Grotmtl ... down, and satisfactory reports are not yet received The loss of hfe wag small, but sev- eral negroes..."
Date:Mar 25 1890
Publication:Atlanta, Georgia, United States of America
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Text:"...will be ar- however, aa soon as the of the family are known. _ At UenenU Croak'a Home. Jy Associated Press, CHICAGO, March GeorgeCrook, United States Army, in command of the Department of the Mis- souri, died ... was suffering from irrepular action of the heart, and his lungs or chest seemed to be- filled up." We did what andTjot CISOINNATI, March The rewa of tho death of Major-General GeorgeCrook was received here -witb ... ' husband, George died at the hos Jealaasy was the Spence waa this to await the action He showed no re and sullenly re she was bad when thought he migh r. at Rio. oh mai rom Rio Janerio >i-Amr quiet at Rio ... Immediately After Bed Ira tbo Department Officials at tVnsb- Imgton Shocked by tbo Neruro. v acquaintance..."
Date:Mar 22 1890
Publication:Williamsport, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"...haying he would not need it. DEATH OF GEN. CROOK. Heart, Disease Carries Oil One of the Ablest Soldiers of the United States A.nny. CHICAGO, March 21. Major-General GeorgeCrook, U.S. army ... will surely not curb with his juvenile despotism. YOUR, March 21. A reporter was the fiist to convey the news of the sudden death of Gen. GeorgeCrook to General William T. Sherman. The hale old veteran ... was placidly enjoying his inevitable cigar, but his hanc shook as he moved it to express his deep regret at the death of his old comrade iu arms "GeorgeCrook was always a man on whoir we could said he. "He ... with the Provincial it is important to have in naeh province..."
Date:Mar 22 1890
Publication:Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
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Text:"...libel. WEST AND SOUTH. FIAMI.S destroyed tho main business portion of Hamilton, 111...on tho 23d. ON tho 23d tho funeral of the lato Major-Gencr.il GeorgeCrook, United States army, took place in Chicago ... annoyed at tho criticismb of her published works that she has refused to thcso manuscripts put into print They will be published after her death. THE ex-soldier, John McKeough, who was accustomed to stand ... guard over tho Iturnsido monument in Provi- dence, R. L, with a drawn saber, saying every now and then: "I followed you at Nowbcrne and I will not desert you was killed by a railroad train tho other night ... on the Pacific coast, prob- ably tho oldest in the world, died tho other day in tho nlmshouse at Salinas, Monterey. Ho Is said to have attained the remarkable age..."
Date:Apr 3 1890
Publication:Albert Lea, Minnesota, United States of America
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Text:"...'ATMtlVH'H f till SI. The Commander of llin JNlHMOurl ut Ycaterday ttnt Ho In Mnddealy Taken Off Today. CHICAGO, March GeorgeCrook, U. 8. A. in command of the department of Missouri, died at the Grand Pacific ... breath.' "Assistance was at once summoned and Dr. Hurlburt, who lives near by, was sent for. Everything that could be done was done, but he failed to rally and died at Mrs. Crooks and her sister, Mrs. Reid ... , were the only members of the family present at his bedside when he passed away. He had no children. I suppose his death resulted from an affection of the heart. For some weeks, in fact ever since his ... 's bed- side only four or five minutes before death supervened. He was suffering from irregular action of the heart and..."
Date:Mar 21 1890
Publication:Oshkosh, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:".... 1 Associated Pre_ss dispatches from Chicago, March 21st, state: Major General GeorgeCrook, U. S. A., in command of the department of the Missouri, died at the Grand Pa- cific Hotel at o ... , thinks to thia valuable reraedy." Ho is that it saved him a long seige the rheumatism and was so'' much he filled the traveling man's with his beet cigars. tt.Kon Pharmacy, For sale at DEATH OP GEN. CROOK ... fearful devas- tatiou. So far several person are re- ported killed and a number wounded. Laurent Meaux, a deputy sheriff of Stj Landry parish, n most worthy nnd highly esteemed citizen, was ac- cidentally ... shot and killed while hunt- ing near Palmetto, in that garish. He years of ager moved to St. Landry several yeara ago from Abbeville,..."
Date:Mar 29 1890
Publication:Lafayette, Louisiana, United States of America
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Text:"...Crook in command of the Depart ment of tho Missouri died at the Grand Pacific Hotel at this moiningof heart failure There had not been tho slightest warning that the General was not perfectly well lie ... by an Associated Press reporter showed deep regret GeorgeCrook was u wnys a man on whom wo could depend saidhu Ho was the most successful in dealing with tho Indians the United States had in Its service The Indians ... for Mio purple f in the n t 1 Sll DEATH OF A SOLDIER HERO or General Crook is Smitten by the Dread Messenger A DISTINGUISHEDCAREERCUT SHORT Action of the War Tributes From General Sherman and BxPresident ... done was done but ho failed to rally and died at 715 I suppose his death resulted from an affection of the heart bor some..."
Date:Mar 22 1890
Publication:Salt Lake City, Utah, United States of America
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Text:"...-General GeorgeCrook. HEART-TROUBLE CARRIES HIM OFF, EC QIC CORRESPONDENT 324 and 33 High St., OHIO. The Kvttitt Creates Deep Sorrow in Army ami Other of a Sol- dier Who Was Always at the Ifroiit ... self-supporting within three years. April 6, 1KSS, President Cleveland nominated Brigadier-General GeorgeCrook to be Major General, vice Terry, retired. His headquarters were established in the Pullman ... not be published. All notices of pecuniary interest to those dealr- their publication, will be charged for at tht ratej and upon the terms stated above. A WARRIOR COM. Sudden Death at Chicago of Ma- jor ... 'ishcd. J. B. HEMSTEGER, PROP'R, LAID BY DKATII. CHICAGO, March Crook, of the United States Army, died very suddenly at o'clock a. m. yester- day in his apart- ments at the Pa-..."
Date:Mar 22 1890
Publication:Piqua, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:".... The Jatal Stroke Wliilo In II Koom ill the Grand Pnoific Hotel at Funeral Arrange- ments. CHIC.U.O. March GeorgeCrook, S. A. 22.- departimiit of the Plutte. In 1888, on the U'liieinent ot (ieu Terry, he ... Sunday a' 1 o'clock at the Grand Pacific hotel, after which the body wdl be escorted by tin militaiy to the depot, where it will bi placed "on the train for Oakland Maryland. Gen GeorgeCrook was bom near ... was made a major general and sent to Chi- cago in command ot the division of the Missouri. ________ BELLEVILLE KISS2 R CAUGHT. Gen. m command ot the clepaitment of the Missouri, died at the Grand Hitcilic ... summoned, and Dr. Hurlburt, who lives near by, was sent for. Everything that could be done was done, but he failed to rally and ..."
Date:Mar 22 1890
Publication:Newark, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:".... Attention of our readers is directed to the large advertisement of Nathacson's Novelty Store, on the third page of this paper. The remains of General GeorgeCrook together with the funeral party, passed ... , as they had committed no depredations. MJDDEIV DEATH or Mr. John O'Nell, the Well Known Railroad Watchman. Shortly before six o'clock last Saturday evening the people residing in the vicinity of the corner ... of life had fled. Mr. O'Neil was one ot the oldest and beat known residents of Newark. At the time of his death Mr. O'Neil was acting as watchman for the Pan Handle railroad company at Cedar street and had ... , survive to mourn his death. The funeral will take place from the St. Francis de Sales..."
Date:Mar 24 1890
Publication:Newark, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"...fifteen years observation of him, I found him a m.an be depended upon i.n 9 vejfy emergency." a Municipal Suffrage Kill. March legislative CHICAGO, March Gen. GeorgeCrook died suddenly in his parlor ... '.ord. Gen. GeorgeCrook'was born near Day- ton, Ohio. Sept. H, lie was gradu- ated at the United States military academy in and was on duty with the Fourth infantry in California from I'STJ to 1 He ... States and section 10 of the constitution of this state the legislative assembly i.s prohibited from passing any ex post facto law or laws impairing the obligations of contracts. It lias long been ... - lowers were killed, and the troops here have been instructed to be constantly on the lookout for an attempted massacre of isolated settlers...."
Date:Mar 23 1890
Publication:Mitchell, South Dakota, United States of America
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Text:"...northern states of tho Union havonearlj all "joined the majority." Sherl- dnn, Custcr and Kilpatrick live now only iu history, and tho recent demise of Geu. GeorgeCrook adds a fourth to the distinguished ... of which were species before unknown. Ho also killed more than animals, among them several go- rillas, a species probably never before seen by Europeans. The "Utopia of tho American It'eero. Dixie, a popular ... you expect.me to send you orders when I am the.only man within a thousand miles of this place who ever wore Herald William L. Hilton, of Franklin, Ky., when on his death bed last -Turin, threw a package ... morlpm nt the London hos- pital recently gave ample cause for astonish- ment. The "subject'' had died of phthisis. On opening the head the brain..."
Date:Mar 31 1890
Publication:Sandusky, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"..., and the sacrament of baptism will be admin istered to infants. NEWS OF A DAY- The Latest Telegraphic Points. Death of Gen. GeorgeCrook, the "Indian Fighter." How the News was Received Throughout the Country. IN ITS ... Indian Fighter Snccumba to Heart CHICAGO, March General GeorgeCrook, United States army, in command of the department of tne Missouri, died at the Grand Pacific hotel, at this morning, of heart disease ... . GeorgeCrook to Gen. William 'J'. Sherman. The hale old veteran was placidly enjoying his inevitable cigar, but his hand shook as he removed it to express his deep sorrow and regret at the death of his old ... National ..."
Date:Mar 22 1890
Publication:Sandusky, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:".... GeorgeCrook. BRIEF SERVICES AT THE GRAVE Ml-st.vkeu lor a Tramp. SBUiw. Intl., March Ex- Judge Kendall M. Horcl, of Shelbyville, brother ot Attoiney General Hord, of Columbus, went hslimg a few days ago ... or collected upon any passing through the canal of which the government is to have full charge. The canals furnish water com- munication across Keweenaw Point, Lake Superior, from. Keweenaw Bay to Lake Supenoi ... street and into the waiting room of Lincks depot Alexander Stevenson and Benjamin Daley, both colored, were killed and several other colored persons were injured. The killtd and injured were employed by C ... for the tram. Foitunately not a person m the buildii'g was hurt, notwithstand- ing the floor of the room was covered with brick and plaster. The caunoa ball tiain was. not badly damaged. Burial of the..."
Date:Mar 25 1890
Publication:Newark, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"...Indian frighted la Galled ComttKM Viet of oh Many ttafrd fraught JrloldnSketch of Lire iJlatlnguUhod bt Gallant Service to Mis GeorgeCrook died suddenly in his parlor at the Grand Pacific Hotel ... members of the famll present at bedside when ho passec He had no Death re sulted from anaffection of the heart For some in fact ever elnco h returned from his last trip to tho Nbrth hehas been complaining ... and several cars on the ico Tho wreck took fire and burned for several Charles a was badly William was seriously was buried in tho but escaped with slight Tho other train men escaped by EIGHT STRONG ... of tho Sandusky Cleveland rail died suddenly at his residence in tho other Campbell wholesale dry goods dealers of Now havo Liabilities estimated at 000 assets nominally tho It Is..."
Date:Mar 28 1890
Publication:Greenville, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"...General GeorgeCrook was born ton O 1828 at the United States Military Aca 1862 and was on duty with the California 1KB to 1361 H expedition in tire Pitt River expedition i r Academy n rth In wu In 185 In i ... 1 1 r 'M i t i to i n 1 t r l and heard I e i r f i- i Mm tan tit nt fr i i i- Election of O L At on of til Ii Cemetery tiny afternoon at Iho i entire w i- it eh lohn 1! pree dent U and 1 1'nrrtw ... by the though the details of the arrangements were noS completed ol B Wreck Pa March reaches here from N of occurring on tie Midland road aad five people killed No partic ulars FOREIGN FLASHES on C tne new German ... yesterday sentenced to death for tho of their father at England remarkable feature of the crisis In Is that there hat been effort of public opinion to Induce Bismarck to stay in office a comprehensive ......"
Date:Mar 22 1890
Publication:Decatur, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"...ISrllllant Military Career Ended bj nil Attack of Heart Disease lit Chi for the Record A BtiAVE SOLDIER GONE CHICAGO March GeorgeCrook of the United States Army died very stiddenly at oclock a m yester day ... afford to miss the profit to be derived from a perusal of this Wonderful Story READ IT LAID DOWN HIS ARMS Tho Victor of Many a Bloody FialrJ Vanquished by Death SUDDEN DEMISE OF GENERAL CROOK His ... The cause o his death was undoubtedly failure of the heart Mr J B Drake immediately notified the officials at the army headquarters Arrangements wore then mado to pre pare the remains for the casket Mrs ... Crooks sister Mrs Heed acted for the widow who was nearly distracted with grief The following army officers and members of General Crooks staff arrived at the 357 superintended..."
Date:Mar 22 1890
Publication:Logansport, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...While Drmulnc In HU h Or.ii.l Pacific Hotel FnnvrHl Arrange CHIC March 28 Maj Gen. GeorgeCrook U b A m command of the department of the died at the Grand Pacific hotel at 7 l5_o clock yes terday morning ... will take place Sunday at 1 o clock at the Gnnd Facilic hotel after wLich the body will be escorted by the miLasy to the depot where it will be placed oo the S 55 train for Oakland Mavjl.inil Gen GeorgeCrook ... place 'it Oakland Md the home of tiis wife H people though poa sthly it may be thought best to inter the remains in Arlington Natonal cemetery at Washington Gen yeare old in September last.' The funeral ... m Thursday, as one of tho most estimable young ladies of Belleville was passing tbe cor ner..."
Date:Mar 22 1890
Publication:Marion, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"...Tencent Daily in the State Late Telegrams Special to the Reporter CHICAGO IJL March General GeorgeCrook Comman der Department Missouri U S Army died this morning of heart failure at the Grand Pacific Hotel ... of the accident Thomas OanpbeJl died today about eleven oclock at his home on Thirteenth street between Broadway and North The deceased was an old soldier and served most of the war in 29th Indiana He was a brother ... of Geo W Campbell Mrs William Wilson and John McJohn ston The funeral will be held Sunday afternoon from the house at oclock Hoods Sarsaparilla possesses curative powers exclusively its own and which makes ... and Chas AV Graves for assistance in secur ing information concerning guests at the Watts banquet Lee the child of Mr and Mrs AVilliam McGrew died at the..."
Date:Mar 21 1890
Publication:Logansport, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...free BURIAL OF GEN CROOK His Remain Tniil in Mother Earth at Oakland Did BALTIMORE March Suns special from Oakland Md says Gen GeorgeCrook U S A was buried here yesterday The trains arriving irom east ... Satur day One of the Bettors Killed In a Quarrel with a Rival iu BnBiuess DetnlU of the Event YORK March 25 F Hyde a ticket speculator shot and fatally wounded another speculator named William Turn bull ... for some time but one day he came to sight again as the hero of a sensational gambling episode Talked of the Chances of Death Billy had broken the bank at Baccarat in a foreign gambling place His winnings ... and they talked freely By sume mental freak they began to debate the subject ot mans life and reckon the chances of death before a..."
Date:Mar 25 1890
Publication:Logansport, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...Death of Gen Crook CHICAOO lu Hur 31 1890 Special to the Phnros Gen GeorgeCrook commauclpr of the department oT the Missouri expired very suddenly at the Grand Pacific hotel at 7 oclock this morning ... L Warner of Beth lehem township are the proud parents of EI brand new girl baby Sir J H Cash was called here from Frankfort today on account of the dangerous illness of his wife An adjourttfd meeting ... out a gasoline cnn today and ould probably have died had it not been for the timely arrival of the pro prietor who dragged the boy from his dangerous position and applied the usual restoratives ... to call and inspect the picture Thomas Campbell died at eleven oclock today at his home on Thirteenth street between Broadway and Jforth The cause of..."
Date:Mar 21 1890
Publication:Logansport, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...will be officially MajoivXieneral GeorgeCrook of the tL Army died at Chicago March of heart General Sherman of him Crook was al wavsanmn upon whom I could de He was the most successful man in dealing with the Indians ... a noble representative in the death General Crook He was one of the bravest sol dieis during the He has been one of the most useful soldiers All of his old associates during the civil wai speak of him ..."
Date:Mar 28 1890
Publication:Estherville, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...da be blessed with Ayers In puryfylng the this powerful altera rive gives tone and strength to every f uuc and faculty of the GeorgeCrook died very sudden y in Chicago Friday morning last and wa ... connected with ie Chicago has the Ot umwa Ten quarter sections of land near Wichi were burned over with prairie res Sunday and much stock was to lie value of or General Robert Schenck died at his ome ... juried Monday at Maryland Since the civil war Crook has woi renown as a groat Indian fighter and nls as the best friend of the Indian who wlshei to be Bis death leaves onl two major generals in the field ..."
Date:Mar 28 1890
Publication:Carroll, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...piinle n d nth. The older appoal- td from sIionM b (Tl mnd GEN CROOK DEAD Plvocy Indian FJgliter Succumb, to Heart Disease. CHICAGO, March GeorgeCrook, the famous Indian fighter, died at the Grand Pacific ... VOT- VI IT. NO. TKKNTON, GATUKDAY AUTKKNOON. MARCH isoo. i'WO I UNUSUAL BUf NO I CRUEL Keuiiiiler's Death Knell Sound- ed in New York. ELECTROCUTION IS LAWFUU sue Conn llnMoiinlltv of State'. New ... counnel for the relator offered to prove that the infliction of the penalty named in the sentence name- ly, death by the application of electricity, a cruel and uuuiuul within meaning of the constitution ... the report of the referee tbe county judge the writ and remanded tbe to the uustody of tho respondent Death by Electricity. "When it..."
Date:Mar 22 1890
Publication:Trenton, New Jersey, United States of America
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Text:"...paying all Death of MajorGeneral GeorgeCrook at Chicago FROM SUDDEN HEART Ills End Follows His Isual Exorcise Weights iml Bio of His Burkett and j March Justice Keenans court yesterday Burkett and her ... of corrobo rated the made by Major Colonel Morrison then announced that the investigation would bo pushed no further at present and the hearing was adjourned sine riTPTv DIED k Officers March the preliminary ... The court room was crowded and great interest March George United States in of the department of the Mis died at Pacific Hotel oclock yesterday morning ot heart There had not been tho slightest warning ... a difficulty in A few moments later ho called out to his wife Mary I need some help I cant get my breath who lives near by was at once sent Every thing that could be done was but ho failed to rally and ..."
Date:Mar 22 1890
Publication:Lawrence, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:"...ad San Death Comes Suddenly to George AT KX He Flnrts Slifimlli to Inlntly Cull Hit ICviiiKx Sliiirllv The iors Tlic Demist of SutitlA Dukes Jhirnh GeorgeCrook died suddenly in his parlor at the Giand ... a block The physician quickly but on his arrival ex pressed the opinion that the patient wah beyond Five minutes latei Crook passed away as quietly us a sleeping Crook had not been in the best of health ... of his staff that his heart troubled The news cre ated a profound sensation in the city and the rotunda of the hotel is crowded with friends and intimates of the de ceased The funeral will take place ... of brigadier general Unite States army He wis promote to bemajor general April and too of liis that of the Mis willi headquarters at Secret nry Secretary o War Proctor sent the..."
Date:Mar 26 1890
Publication:Atlantic, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...STRICKEN WHILE AT He Finds Strcnetli to Faintly Call Hh and Kxpires Shortly The Late Warriors Demist of Dukes March GeorgeCrook died suddenly in his parlor at the Giand Pacific hotel shortly after 7 oclock ... out of Iowa when you can get ample in lemnity here Capital paid in full Losses paid OFFICERS 1 CUMMINS WEBJ EY Treasurer Insure Against CTCLOHES Row our ULBEICH or write Death Comes Suddenly to George ... dis patched for Hurl bur whose office is about a block The physician quickly but on his arrival ex pressed the opinion that the patient was beyond Five minutes latei Crook passed away as quietly ... of the de ceased The funeral will take place Sunday al 1 oclock at the Grand Pacific after which the body will be escorted by military to the were it will bt placed on the train..."
Date:Mar 22 1890
Publication:Atlantic, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...by ObmequieH of ticn Georjje Crook BALTIMORB Md March Suns special from Oakland Md says General GeorgeCrook U S A was buried here today The ar rangements for the funeral bad been by Mr D E Offut of Oakland who ... or operating charges cau be levitd or upon any vessel passing ihrough the canal of which the government is to have full charge The canals furnish water communi cation across Keweenaw Point Lake Superior from ... killed in Sunip ter county and a white man in Union county by falling houes The railroad bridge over Broad Ripple near Spartanburg was blown clear from its piers five minutes after a train had passed Many ... the transmission of Chaff through the mails DEATH Many Victims Through out the Land..."
Date:Mar 25 1890
Publication:Logansport, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...at Oaklnnd Md March funeral of the late MajorGeneral GeorgeCrook who died in tho Grand Paciflo Hotel in Chicago last Fridaymorning took place in Oakland Monday after noon at 2 oclock The train bearing ... the value Df his land Mr Sexton says tho bill is less favor ihlp to tho tenant than the Ashbourn nct ITnur Xnd4 ti Have Some Via a Can of XltroGlycerinp On Killed and theOthers Badly Hurt MAKIOX Ind March ... will be held per day in the House and vork will be rushed tho balance of thi lession WHO KILLED FOSDICK rarloui Theories Ailottt but KewOFliu Strangle Mystery KALAMAZOO Mich March nystery in the Fosdick case ... remain jnsolved During the preparation o she remains for burial Monday a thin ivound was found a bullet having passe ihroujjh the..."
Date:Mar 25 1890
Publication:Logansport, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...murdered their father at Crewe, have been sentenced to death. CHICAGO, March 21.-j-Miij.-aen. GeorgeCrook, U. S. A., in con maud of th'e De- partment of- the Misiourl, died at the Grand Pacific Hotel i.t o ... as an offioer and his1 modesty made him a universal favorite. NEW YOUK. March Sherman was deeply affected by the uews of Gen. Crook's death. Ho said: "GeorgeCrook was always a man on whom ws could de- pend. He ... and killed from tln time they come out until they lay un ngain for the winter. Hundreds of them arn shot for the mere Bport of shoot- ing, and no eOort is made to find they are shot. It is only in unfruqucniud ... will Mrobably have to go to England..."
Date:Mar 22 1890
Publication:Syracuse, New York, United States of America
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Text:"...AND SOUTH. destroyed the main business portion of Hamilton. 111.-on tho 2nd. Ox the 2T.J the> funeral of the GeorgeCrook. United States army, took place in Chicago. The n-mains nere taken to Oakland. Md ... by a train' at West Berkeley. CaL. on tbe SSth and all four were killed. PKOK. RICHAED DAIJB OWRX. well known In geological died on 23th at New Albany. Ind.. aged SO a result of drinking an embalming fluid ... never been published. They are volumes of travel, and recount manuscripts put into print. -They will be published after her death. THE John McKcough. who was accustomed to stand guard over the Burnside ... monument In Provi- dence. It- L, with a drawn saber, saying every now and then: followed you at Newbcrne and I will not desert you was ..."
Date:Apr 3 1890
Publication:Albert Lea, Minnesota, United States of America
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Text:"...-felt want. Mrs. Crook, who Is completely prostrated since the sudden death of her uusbaud, General GeorgeCrook, U quietly resting at Oakland, Md., sbe has determined to make her permanent :esi- dencc. Hen ... the publication of a notice of hor death. Subsequently he invited young men'of her acquaintance to act as pall-bearers at her funeral and engaged ministers to conduct her obsequies. Crape was from lime to time ... that it was not until after lier death that suspicion pointed toward her- ijelf as tbe anonymous tormentor whose persecutions had kept her name before the JrablicJoraolong. Her last use of the pen jras to wrltea not ... themselves psychologists are forced to retreat behind the simple word..."
Date:Apr 4 1890
Publication:Portland, Oregon, United States of America
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Text:"...With Some Derangement of the Heart End of an Illustrious and Use ful Career Telegrams of Sympathy to His Family By Telegraph to the Journal CHICAGO March tfen eral GeorgeCrook U 8 A in com mand ... Shooting Pa March A sad case of shooting occurred here at 11 oclock last night which resulted in the almost instant death of Miss Gertie Hiskey a handsome girl 16 years of age Webster Campbell of Weissport ... was hanged today for the murderous shooting of a young girl severa1 months asro Ha met death cooly and denied his guilt He asserted that tha crime was committed by his brother who disappeared soon after ... of the Department of the Missouri died at the Grand Pacific Hotel at this inorniog of heart dig ease There had not been the sight est warning that General Crook was not perfectly..."
Date:Mar 22 1890
Publication:Logansport, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...exterior with the inside richlv lined with cream while satin'. The Inscription upon .the plate was "Major-General GeorgeCrook, U. b. A., died March 21, 18W, aged 01 years. The body was clothed ... , Bad the Coimtrjr K gii lulled SNnrvanl. WASHINGTON, Starch Robert Cummins Schenck died at 5 o'clock this ertning of pneumonia at hia residence in Muswcbusctts avenue. It was not until yestcrd ... friend, and Miss Sedgwick were with Dim iit the time of bis death. Tlio interment will take place at Dayton, Oliio. In viow of the diphtberetic compli- cations in the case the funeral will be strictly ... attached to him, and sent an af- fectionate note to him yesterday when he iiu.ir.l of his illness. He was Kind..."
Date:Mar 24 1890
Publication:Syracuse, New York, United States of America
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Text:"...badge of mourning for thirty days NEW YORK March 21 W T Shernnn when told of General Crook 3 death by an Associated Press reporter, showed regret He said GeorgeCrook was always man on whom we could ... and Amoag the Bed Generil GeorgeCrook in com maud of tho Department of tlie Missouri ut the Giand Pacific hotel at 7 15 this mormnp of be irt failure There bad not beeu the warning that tbe general wis ... think that the beginning of the end. _ General GeorgeCrook was born near Daj ton O 8, 182S He graduated from tbe United States military academy in !S-j2 and served In California In 1862. He had become ... suppose his death resulted from affection of the heart, lorsomo..."
Date:Mar 22 1890
Publication:Portland, Oregon, United States of America
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Text:"....-, with Cry ly H on LIN Life of Active and Well-1'ousht CnmpalKuinR In an of Many I'.ut- and of Duty Well Uono, He from CHICAGO, March Gen. GeorgeCrook, of the U very sudJenly at States nrroy, died o ... OOINSS OF THE CONGRESSMEN. THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1S90. A SOLDIER'S DEATH. Suddenly as if In the Front of Battle Fore Bather Lively at Both Ends or CapltoL WASHIXCTOS Crrv, ilarch Cullom inrroducttl ... and olhnr friends, but he bai no: been con- fined to his room. His death was -o sudden that for a long time his friends ciaw officers of the army at the headquar- ters at tho Pullman liuiidin; could nor. real ... prisouers, among them ly- ing the lamous (joronimo. Tlu Trcuty with Coroolmo. Geu. Crook had always championed tho cause or tile rod '.nou who wur.; ,-inxiou? to live in jwuco, and his ..."
Date:Mar 27 1890
Publication:Waukesha, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"...of the Seminary delivered an able discourse at East Point The funeral of the late Major General GeorgeCrook took place at Oakland yesterday An eagle was killed near Wilkes barre yesterday while trying to steal ... IrtendHwhen a person Buflerefroio any the blood Mrs Belle Ellison nee Belle Harris formerly of this city was here to at tend the funeral of Mrs Mary Law rence Mrs Ellison is now a resident of Manchester Ohio ... south side All are invited The funeral services of Mrs Thorn will be conducted by her pastor Rev J W Smith at the 3rd U P church at 9 oclock tomorrow morning In terment in Woodland cemetery Smdii ... the BairdSpahr wedding was detained by sickness but her sister Miss Mary accompanied Miss Minnie Leas At Joliet Wineman 12 shot..."
Date:Mar 25 1890
Publication:Xenia, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"...from embolism of tbe brain which came upon him while at tending the funeral of his brother the late General GeorgeCrook at Chicago officer and should be elected as we I Captain Crook is in a critical ... but was not less than 000 The Lima Company has been paying twentyseven and a half cents for oil BEFOEE A LOOKESGGLAES WOUNDS FLY BLOWN Dr EuBsel After the Superintendent and Matron of the Springfield Hospital ... SPRINGFIELD March i LONDON March Garrard Hospital spectre will not down Dr wife of David Garrard aged about 48 Mrs ffarrard of London Fires a Bullet Into Her Brain L E Bussell former head surgeon ... of John Ogg a wealthy saloouist who re cently died at the Hospital Tbe case years and living on North Main street this city suicided this..."
Date:Mar 27 1890
Publication:Xenia, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"...convention at Bloomington May 27. THE funeral of the late Major-General GeorgeCrook, United States army, took place in Chicago on the 23d. The re- mains were taken io Oakland, lud., for interment. FOREIGN ... , was sold sn the 20th to Mrs. Peter A. Porter for FIVE persons were killed on the 21st in a collision on the Midland road near Hancock, N. Y. PKESIDEXT Conuix, of the Reading :oad, announced on the 21st ... among farm- j ers in Western JTebraska. j AT LEIOIITOX, Pa., on the 21st Web- ster Campbell accidentally shot and killed his sweetheart, Cornelia lliskey, aged 1C years. THE New York Court of Appeals de ... was hold near Rock- ford, 111., ou tlio 21st, and in his sermon Schweinfurth claimed that a 2-year-old boy bad died a short time ago..."
Date:Mar 27 1890
Publication:Oxford Junction, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...it will never do in the world and are resorting to legal objections The grippe has hardly done its full duty at Norfolk CHICAGO March General GeorgeCrook U S in command of the Department of the Missouri died ... SUDDEN DEMISE OF GENERAL CROOK He is Taken Off With Heart Disease at the Grand Pacific Hotel In Chicago THE SEMIWEEKLY GAZETTE Tue SemiWeekly edition of the QAIKTTS H published on vftch wook It is a largo ... but he failed to rally and died at Mrs Crook and her sis ter Mrs Reid were the only members of the family present at his bedside when he passed away He hud no children I suppose his death resulted from ... with the wishes oi Mrs Crook it was arranged this after noon that the funeral services..."
Date:Mar 22 1890
Publication:Xenia, Ohio, United States of America
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Birth:Sep 8 1828 - Taylorsville, Highland, Ohio, United States
Death:Mar 21 1890
Parents:Thomas Crook, Elizabeth B Matthews
Wife:Mary T. Dailey
Siblings:John Crook, Catherine Crook, Walter Crook, Maria Crook, Elizabeth Crook, Thomas Crook, Charles Crook, and names of 2 more siblings
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