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Charles Alfred Pillsbury
Birth: Dec 3 1842 - Warner, Merrimack County, New Hampshire, United States
Death: Sep 17 1899 - Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minnesota, United States
Parents: George Alfred Pillsbury and Margaret Sprague Pillsbury (born Carleton)
Siblings: Mary Addie and Frederick Carleton
Partners: Helen Pendleton Pillsbury (born Winston), Mary Ann Pillsbury (born Stinson) and Mary Ann Pillsbury (born Stinson)
Children: George Alfred Alfred, Margaret Carleton, Charles Stinson Stinson and John Sargent
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Text:"..., Minn., Sept. 23.—Charles A. Pillsbury left no will. At least none-, has been found. His nearest kin were his wife, Mary A. Pillsbury, and his sons, John S. and Charles S. Pillsburyi They petition ... a new friend." I bowed and extended my hand, and St. Armande placed his within mine. It was small and delicate as a woman's, and as I clasped it for a moment it felt as chill and cold as death ... . They are this way, excellency, if you will but accompany me."^ I I readily assented, and, passing by the barbs, whose slight, delicate frames belied their powers of speed and endurance, we came to a couple of stalls ... to Arise on the Performance Julia Morrison Unrders Frank Lei den —The Cause. Chattanooga, Tenn., Sept. 23.—Julia Morrison, leading lady of the Mr. Plaster of Paris farce comedy, shot and ..."
Date:Sep 27 1899
Publication:Goshen, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...as cruel as the Apaches C A PILLSBURY DEAD Milling King of Northwest Succumbs to Heart Disease MINNEAPOLIS Minn Sept Charles A Pillsbury the well known miller died in this city yesterday after- noon at 5 o ... were in the room Mr Pillsbury leaves besides his widow twin sons who will reach their majority in January CharlesAlfredPillsbury was born at Warner county New shire Oct 3 1842 He graduated from ... A his uncle John S Pillsbury and nis brother F C Pillsbury were ad- mitted to the firm which continued as Charles A Pillsbury Co until the acquisition of the property by the lish syndicate in 1890 In Mr ... to have information that President ley has intervened between Great Britain and the Transvaal Alfred..."
Date:Sep 18 1899
Publication:Fort Wayne, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...-Known Miller Expirss. CharlesAlfredPillsbury, one of the loading men of the Northwest and conspicuous as one of the founders of the flouring mills center in Minneapolis, ia dead of enlargement of the stomach ... .IL S. M. S. R. R. (SOSHEN MICHIGAN BRANCH. Kijiht Persons Killed. An adobe housi; li\ e miles from Mora, N. M., collapsed, killing Manuel Cordova and his wife and six children. It had been raining ... will be furnished with 1,000 mules for South Africa. Two Farmers Killed. Martin Coons and his nephew, Maynard Coons, farmers of Stuyvesant, N. Y., were killed by the Empire State express. DEMAND FOR WOOLEN GOODS ÎS ... , but that the report probably grows out of the work of colonization societies in Brazil, some of which are conducted iu Germany and are distinctly..."
Date:Sep 22 1899
Publication:Middlebury, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...there will be no permanent quiet until the negro nonunion miners leave. CharlesAlfredPillsbury, the millionaire miller of Minneapo-polis, more commonly called the flour king, died unexpectedly Sunday after a brief illness ... Gov. Tanner withdrew the State troops which had been sent there to protect negro non union miners, occurred Stin day. Six negroes were shot to death, and a seventh so badly wounded that he will probably ... coach horse •*Cleve, owned by a company and valued attl.eOO, and T. W. Box's knpe actor horse Dewey, valued at $500, were both in the stable which first caught fire, and were burned to death before ... of the city in passing through town to reach the freight depot at Ohio and..."
Date:Sep 22 1899
Publication:Bedford, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...Intestate. Mtx.NKAroLis, Minn., Sent. 33.— Charles A. Pillsbury left no will, at ioust none has been found. His nearest of kin are his wife. .M;iry A. Pills-bury and iii.s sous, John S. :ind CharlesPillsbury ... tow's Kid-ne oide are used daily by »any Indiana citiz^s. and theyslj testify without any hMitancya^ut Ij^^y ^^ Ibe^t good tbey have^^ Paris Farce Comedy Co.. shot and killed Frank Leiden, stage manag ... , died Friday of yellow fever. Capt. Coghlan. commandant of the Port Orchard dry dock, near Seattle, Wa.sh., was Friday ordered east to attend the Dewey reception. He was in command of the Raleigh during ... .—Private Hol-j land, of the 9th cavalry, at Fort Duchesne, had his horse fall on him, re-I «eiving injuries from which he ..."
Date:Sep 23 1899
Publication:Portland, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...at Minneapolis. Minneapolis, Sept. 18.—Charles A. Pillsbury, Che well known miller, died in this city last evening. On account of poor health Mr. Pillsbury went to Europe Deo. 1, 1898 and returned Ue middle ... not yesterday in which wren negroes were killed. Tronble has been hoTering erer since the mUitia was recalled by Got-emor Tanner a week ago. The white miners of this |daoe have refosed to allow the neirro miners ... railroad wa»' fired into and one negr« woman killed. These negroesi were on their way lu the mines, having come from Pana. A short time afterward i pitchsd iMittle ensued between the union and nonunion ... of sympathy abroad as might be used against him by his adversaries at home.FRENCH FREE MASONS Declai-e the Anti-Semite Movement Criminal uiid..."
Date:Sep 21 1899
Publication:Decatur, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"..., died in this city Sunday afternoon at five o'clock. [CharlesAlfredPillsbury was born at Warner, Merrimac county. New Hampshire, October 3, 1842. He graduated from Dartmouth college at the age of 21 ... the lives of his men against great odds. He also ordered company F, of Mount Vernon, to leave by the quickest route for Carterville. Minneapolis, Minn., Sept. 18.—Charles A. Pillsbury, the well-known miller ... at Carterville, IlLSEVEN OF THE BLACKS ARE KILLED. Gov. Tanner Sends a Force of State Troops to tlie Scene—The Xegroes Said to Have Keen First to Open Fire. INDIANA NEWS NOTES tems oí Interest From Over The State ... for the erection of the thirty-five thousand dollar memorial hall,..."
Date:Sep 18 1899
Publication:Goshen, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...there this But Ihc polo lias been waiting there so long that it will nut mind In the obituary notice of CharlesPillsbury dress is laid on the fact that lie was never ashamed of the fact that while iif was a boy ... The emergency hospital will not be open till It seems considerably more than evi dent that Jllrs Jewelt did not do Mrs Baker and her children a real kindness when she brought thorn Tho news that moro than 100 ... of the Ulanrl monument which in cnlleotlng funds to erect a monument at Lebanon ill honor of the congress man who liin entire public life In the reanratlon uf the free coinage or Ihc silver and died without ... ciivid today add G to Ihe death roll re miltnif Thursdays The Hchoonor Angler went down in Iiacrntiu hay with men the schooner Lilly May wns driven ashore..."
Date:Sep 19 1899
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"...-known miller, died in this city Sunday afternoon at five o'clock. [CharlesAlfredPill.sbury was born at Warner, Merrimac county, New Hampshire, October 3, lS-12. He grraduated from Dartmouth college at the age ... In lUinncaiioIis. THE DEFENSES OF PRETORIA, Stiowing the Recently Constructed Earthworks on Hospital Hill. the British government which they Minneapolis, I^iinn., Sept. IS.—Charles A. Pillsbury, the well ... as steei encased in iron, but with a large and generou.s response to affection and sympathy whicii 'Perhaps no oiher European folk gives. They may ea.siiy be deceived once; but never twice. Under ... of the . state senate from Johnson county. It is well known that the senator or member..."
Date:Sep 22 1899
Publication:Logansport, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...that none of the families are (insured, and the loss of part of their property will be heavily felt. Mu h sympathy is felt for these poor people, as there will be much difficulty in obtaining suitable ... , jumped from the viaduct in Rosebery-avenue, London, into Berners-road, a fall of abcut 30ft. He alighted on fys head, and was removed to the hospital, but was found to be dead when examined by the house ... of the Congress.: “Th - President, Members and Associates of the British Association, meeting in the Town Hill, Dover, are in hearty sympathy with you in 'celebrating the centenary of tiie scientific work of Volta ... : “For God’s sake,, take me to the hospital; I’ve broken both my legs. Greenwood ana George conveyed him to St. Bartholomew’s Hospital, anu when they handed him over to..."
Date:Sep 23 1899
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"..., doing just enough exercise to keep his muscles pliant. D E A T H O F C. A. P I L L S B U R Y . ruinous MiiitionpoliH Miller . Succumbs to Heart Trouble. Minneapolis: CharlesAlfredPillsbury ... of the most dangerous confidence men and s w i n d l e r s in the country. SEVEN MEN KILLED. M I L I T I A C A L L E D O U T A T , C A R - T E R V I L L E , I L L. T H R E E B U R N E D T O D E A T H ... . : Cartervillo was the scone of a bloody riot about noon Sunday, in which seven negroes were killed and The M A R K H A N N A H A S C O M E H O ME TigtitimsH ol' Money Market Itesponsible for the l.' ltirry ... ,. S, " Blackburn Wife/ of the ex- senator, died horo Sunday ulgbt of hbarl disease, age^ d 00. ' Coopors' New Wago S c a le ^ Minneapolis, Minn,: Tlio..."
Date:Sep 19 1899
Publication:Lemars, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...of Congregational Churches met In Boston. Charles A. Pillsbury, the Minneapolis miller, died of heart failure, aged 57. Charles Crandall, Dwight, 111., a pioneer and leading citizen, dropped dead. A. L. Robinson ... . Lieutenant-Colonel John D. Miley, inspector-general, United States volunteers, died at .Manila of cerebral meningitis. The Chinese government has protested at Washington against Gen. Otis's order excluding ... selling the Philippines to Japan as the best remedy for what he regards as the mistake of acquiring them. General Brooke reports the death of Private Bob Roberts, Company M, tenth cavalry, who was killed ... imperialism and monopoly as the main issues. A decision in favor of manufacturers of oleomargarine was rendered by the..."
Date:Sep 29 1899
Publication:Postville, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"..., Pillsbury, the well-known miller, died in this city yesterday afternoon at five o'clock. On account of poor health Mr. Pillsbury went to Europe December 1, 1898, and returned the middle of June. Since ... ::st night. Fred Spicer pame up trom Chanute this afternopnl Called by the death i of his grandfather, George Brown. Kex Dyspepsia Tabieta are eo teed C6 cure Indieeatioa ana Heart burn. 25 oente. C. B ... are imported from the United States. .\n extraordinary occurrence happened the other day in Brussels. A millovoman with her cart, drawn by two dogs, was passing through a street in the center of the city, when ... . Details of a revolting crime per-petrr.tt'd by the keeper of the public cemetery of a small Bohemian town, near Prague, have just been discovered. This official conceived the idea of excavating the..."
Date:Sep 18 1899
Publication:Iola, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:"..., died in this city Sunday afternoon at five o'clock. [CharlesAlfredPillsbury was born at Warner. Merrimac county, New Hampshire, October 3, 1842. He graduated from Dartmouth college at the age of 21 ... . Louis, .560; Cincinnati, .553; Chicago, .511; Pittsburgh, .477; Louisville, .462; New York, .414; Washington, .375; Cleveland, .139. Charles A. Pillsbury, the well-known miller, died suddenly ... and the Pillsbury mills enjoyed great prosperity. His father, George A. Pillsbury; his uncle, John S. Pillsbury, and brother, F. C. Pillsbury, were admitted to the firm, which continued as Charles A. Pillsbury Co ... to the maiden of his choice, was rejected and at once..."
Date:Sep 21 1899
Publication:Albion, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...miners leave. CharlesAlfredPillsbury. the millionaire miller of Minneapo-polis, more commonly called • the Hour king. died unexpectedly Sunday after a brief illness. The shipments of iron from Alabama ... -expau sion platform. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. Under the operations of a law enacted by the last Legisla-tu'-e. and effective on and after October 1, no body shall be buried without a permit from a health officer ... since last Mon day, when Gov. Tanner withdrew the Slate troops which had been sent there lo protect negro non union miuer.s, occurred Sun day. Six negroes were bhot lo death, aud a seventh so badly ... -maViMu accompanied by lumbago. I ^ruiually became worse, nntil I lhoni;ht death would be wcli..."
Date:Sep 22 1899
Publication:Bedford, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...complained of is * eat pain and physicians were summoned. They remained with hint throng!, the flight and until a short rime before Mr. Pillsbury died. Ile was conscious to the end. CharlesAlfredPillsbury ... . Pillsbury, the well-known miller, died In tIlks cliv Sunday after meal! h rt tr nbi it*. < >u account j: poor health Mr. Pillsbury went to! ►cr, I-’••**. and re- ! of J line. VY iii ie w it ti eminent ... in America, died at Navesink Highlands, N. J.; Inurn in England in 1810. 1898— Mi *8 V arina A. J. Davis (Winnie^ daughter of Jefferson Dave, died at Xarracanset t Pi. r. Captain Allyn Capron, whose battery ... shelled..."
Date:Sep 18 1899
Publication:Norwalk, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"..., - The resignation of Capt. Nell P. Pavey of Company F, Fourth regiment. Illinois National Guard, has been accepted. Charles A. Pillsbury, the well-known flour king, died Sunday at Minneapolis from a complication ... . Thia friendship I can acknowledge with all propriety even In a letter to Republicans, for both they and you know that I have never trimmed a sail to catch a passing breeze or ever flown a doubtful flag ... this evening. Three men were burned to death. The accident occurred about two miles below Paul. Freight train No. 124 ran into a bridge which was on fire and it gave way. The engine, with Engineer Oilian and his ... from bubonic plague have occurred here the last week. Eighteen new cases are officially reported. Buennos Ayres, Sept. 18.—The bubonic plague has broken out at Assumption, the capital..."
Date:Sep 22 1899
Publication:Bloomington, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"...Sunday af five o’clock. . (CharlesAlfredPillsbury Warner, Merrlmac county, N*w shire. October 3. 1812. He graduate* taMB Dartmouth college at the age of 11, fcavtafl 1 partly supported himself ... is to he sent in all haste. DEATH CALLS HIM. Charlc* A. I* 111 * l»ii ry, (St Miller, l‘n**e* Away at Home in Mln*t*f*|IS> Minneapolis, Minn., Sept. It. A. Pillsbury, the well-knoWB died in this city ... organized in one state, that wants to do business outside of the state as may to congress seem necessary. Reference to the income tax law was applauded as well as a passing reference to the Philippine issue ... in their getting fat than they were; the sooner they got fat the sooner we killed..."
Date:Sep 18 1899
Publication:Defiance, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"...men of the Northwest nnd conspicuous as one of the founders of the flouring mills center In Minneapolis, died nt his residence In Minneapolis not long ago of heart disease. CharlesAlfredPillsbury ... court martial The chief fear is that Dreyfus may not 'ive to see his vindication. r CHARLES A. PILLSBURY. Career of On* of the Most Prominent Men of Minnesota. CharlesAlfredPillsbury, one of the leading ... ’s Falls. Ills father, George A. Pillsbury; bis uncle, John S. Pillsbury. and brother, F. C. Pillsbury, were ndniitted to the firm, which continued as Charles A. Pillsbury &Co...."
Date:Sep 29 1899
Publication:Delphos, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"...to be pleased if she is. ___ Work and Worry. Charles A. Pillsbury, the flour king of Minnesota, is dead. He would have reached his 57th year on the 3d of next month. Cornelius Vanderbilt died re cently. He would ... with an unpronouncable name with lots of fuss and ceremony, when there are a good many American men who are good enough to be her husband. Bat they haven’t a title, and it’s her “funeral,” and other people ought ... of these men had much more money than he needed, and yet both died from overwork. Work and worry are said to have killed Vanderbilt, and work and lack of exercise to have cut short the career of Pillsbury. Both ... her death for her children and grandchildren. Her stage reminiscences cover almost..."
Date:Sep 28 1899
Publication:Warren, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"..., Principally Caused by Overwork. Minneapolis, Minn., Sept. 18.—Charles A. Pillsbury, the well-known miller, died in this city yesterday afternoon at five o’clock. On account of poor health Mr. Pillsbury went ... the old gas company offers to lease the city plant and furnish gas for 70 cents. 1 A hospital in which consumptives alone will be treated is soon to he erected at Chicago by a number of philanthropic ... into the veins of its victims. The scientists are so fully persuaded that much disease and death is due to the work of this insect that they are ar ranging to exterminate it from the face of the earth ... to the press dispatches, had been condemned to death in the Philippines. A reply was received last night. It said there was a third soldier now about to he tried..."
Date:Sep 21 1899
Publication:Belleville, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:"...suffocated as the result of an explosion which occurred in a coal mine at Eedan, Frussia, Saturday. Fumons miller Dend. Minneapolis, Minn,, Sept. le.-Charles A. Pillsbury, the well-known miller, died ... .tpected it and the decision met with no opposition. A Stranse Coincidence. There is mueli remark here on the strange coincidence of the death of M. Scheurer-Kestncr, the first champion oi Dreyfus and to whom Dreyfus ... will virtually owe his freedom, on the very day the cabinet decided to pardon the pris oner. M. Scheurer-Kestner's death wa sudden. He had been ill during th past few days, but it was not thought that his Illness ... of trustees, announces that Edward Tuck, of York and Paris, of the closs of 1802, has transferred to the trustees of the col lege $300,000, This gift is..."
Date:Sep 22 1899
Publication:Salem, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...character, attempted to strike Volker with an iron bar and Volker shot in self-defense. The authorities refused to hold Volker. Death of Charles A. PtlUhary. Mikneapous, Minn., Sept. 18,— Charles A.-Pillsbury ... the Ninth district (lierks and Lehigh countie.s), died at his home here Sunday. He was 02 years of age. On Thursday last, while at dinner, a piece of meat lodged in his throat and a physician had to be called ... to save him from strangulation. Piiralysis of the parts aft'ected followed, but his death was unexpected.THE SECOND DEGREE. Kitas Hatfield t.ullty of the Marder of H. E. Kills — Indictments Ke.urued Againxt ... when the accident occurred.ARÜNNINGFIGHT.Carterville, 111., the Scene of a Bloody Riot Between Black and White Miners.MANY SDOTS FIRED ON..."
Date:Sep 18 1899
Publication:Columbus, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:".... CharlesAlfredPillsbury, the millionaire miller of Minneapo polis, more commonly called ''the flour king, died unexpectedly yesterday after a brief illness. The Hon. Thos. B. Reed issued an address ... . A telegram from Health Officer Porter states that the physicians have no time to make reports. Tbe only in formation obtainable yesterday was that there were a number of new cases and one death. No new cases ... . Box's knee actor horse Dewey, valued at $500, were both in the stable which first caught fire, and were burned to death before they could be gotten out. The bars across their stalls had been nailed ... . While a game of craps was in progress there was a fight in which a negro named Williamson, of Tennessee, was shot through tbe heart..."
Date:Sep 18 1899
Publication:Bedford, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...., Sept. 23.— Charles A. Pillsbury left no wiil. at least none has been found. Llis nearest of kin are his wife, Mary A. Pills-bury and his sons, John S. and CharlesPillsbury. They petition the probate ... of attack by the Tapais will assist in supporting- tlte atitiiority of tlie United Stater^ and nuiKe it impossible for tho foliowers of A
Date:Sep 23 1899
Publication:Columbus, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...in Minneapolis, died at his residence in Minneapolis not long ago of heart disease. CharlesAlfredPillsbury was born at Warner, Merrlmac County, N. H., Oct. 3, 1842. He graduated from Dartmouth College at the age ... to play longer. Career of One of the Most Prominent iMen of Minnesota. CharlesAlfredPillsbury, one of tie leading men of the Northwest and conspicuous as one of the founders of the flouring mills center ... a cuckoo is reared at the exi)ens(^ of the family of its foster parents.-London 'hronicle. VIOLA OLERICH. CHARLES A. PILLSBURY. and, indeed, her face is the face of a mature, intellectual woman. Viola, bj ... to the firm, which continued as ..."
Date:Sep 29 1899
Publication:Princeton, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...Pillsbury. the wt^i-l.now n milter, died suiidenly in Mir:;ea[ oils, a^ 'd .'.7 \ears. Marcus llanna. republican I'riti d States senator for Oliio an.i eli.-i'.rman of the rejuibiieaii n.iti»i:.i! e i ... prople were killed and injured in u ecillision on the Southern I'a-cifi«' road at Famosa, (^d. Col. Charles Denby and Prof. Dean Worcester, members of tlie Philippine comn!Ìsion. lui ve Iweii re«) nested I ... *re:ji(ìent .M K'it.hy to return from Manila as soon as ¡)(isible. IM ivate Thomas MeW i^h. of the First ■Wycniiiig^ \o!unle-rs. ser.ti'need to death for .tttciafiti1 kill an oliieer. lias h:ul tlie ])'iialty ... il'.at to do so would undoubtedly be otTensjve to France. Mrs. Catherine Kennedy was burned to death in a lire which invaded a five-story tenement in Atlantic avenue,..."
Date:Sep 21 1899
Publication:Millersburg, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...The followingare to-day’s stock qnot«tionf. : T*-day*i Y’rday* Frieti. Prlow. MOSBT AUD KXCHANGK. [LONDON OLOBK.J Nbw Yokk, September 18th. The death is announced of Mr. CharlesAlfredPillsbury, of Minneapolis ... of the outbreak there have been 862 cases And deaths. One fresh case has been reported at New Orleans. Nouth Easton, Mass., September 19ih. Mr, Oakes A. Ames, brother ef a former Governor of Massachusetts, died ..."
Date:Sep 23 1899
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"...ha;?te. Minneapolis, Minn., Sept. 18.—Charles A. Pillsbury, the well-known miller, died in this city Sunday afternoon at five o'clock. [CharlesAlfredPillsbury was born at Warner, Merrlmac county, New ... , and brother, F. C. Pillsbury, were admitted to the firm, which continued as Charles A. Pillsbury Co. until the acquisition of the property by the English syndicate in 1S90. Pi'.isbury B, Anchor, Empire ... of Michigan was chosen as chairman and E^ph M. Easley secre tary,t MUCH BLOOD IS SHED BatÜe Between White and Colored Miners at Carterville, IlL SEVEN OF TEE BLáCKS áRE KILLED. Gov. Tanner Sends a Force o ... about noon Sunday, in which four..."
Date:Sep 20 1899
Publication:Goshen, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...at Hlfl Home. Minneapolis, Minn., .Sept. .Charles A. .Pillsbury, the well-known, miller, died suddenly1 at: bis home in this city .Sunday, from chronic heart' .trouble, due to overwork.and insuffi- cient ... sec- 1 tion, and containing-! 1-S acres. Dated September lltli. 1899. v, -W.-H. APPLEBY, Sheriff of Rock County. L. attorney. moseplldGw.- CHARLES A. .PILLSBURY, DEAD. Noted Minneapolis Dies Suddenly ..."
Date:Sep 18 1899
Publication:Janesville, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"...are made to up the and auy Jt will undoubtedly It Is Inferred that reference ft made to the death of Charles A Pillsbury CAPTAIN CARTER'S CASK Ho liy a From A special to Tho Herald from ington yesterday ... the United States Flour Milling com- common preferred stock has duo primarily to the death of a largo mill who was fit work on n deal to the United Flour Milling company Hla a of which was for sate Efforts ... with Clinton died January 12th 27 The other tins died r 72 things are eleven hey tiro nil very old people in the peculiar of There Is a box with om etc Among m n MK A rab- a vulcanite a af the of bits ..."
Date:Sep 21 1899
Publication:Syracuse, New York, United States of America
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Text:"...- of ilis- A BIG MttLBR'S DEATH.' Charles A. Pillsbury of Minneapolis Dead at -That City. Minneapolis, Mliw.. Sept. A. Pillsbury, the well known miilsr, tlltd in this city this afternoon at f. Mr. Plllsfcury ... -prh-lns the intended to replace the majority of the high officials, notably the district presi- dents, by men In open sympathy with this organization, thirteen ouf-ot thirty- five such posts being retired. The tone ... was the reading of the declaration -of Independence by official. This mornlntK the theater was tion to the modern architecture of the NEWS OP TAMPICO. Death Of An Express a Hot Seller. Taoipleo. Mex., Sept. at ... -, tsrnoon at o'clock, young VInas committed suicide by blowing a through his head near the temple.. News has been received here. of the death of..."
Date:Sep 18 1899
Publication:San Antonio, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"...Into Town They Opened Called Out CIlAnLES ALFRED PILJ.SBURY, th-3 Flour King -VlnnpBOta, whc j of Heart DSseastf. Died FLOUR KING DEAD Charles A, Pil.lsbury the Gel- 'DIED VERY SUDDENLY OF HEART DISEASE ... and friends who were In the.room. CharlesAlfredPillsbury was born In "Warner. N. H.. In 18-12. He attended school In that village until he was 12. His father, George A. Pillsbury, who attained honor and faint ... flour king, died at his home at 5 to- night, of heart disease. Oh account of poor health, JEr, Pills- bury went to. Europe Dec. 1, 1S9S and returned the" middle of June. While abroad he consulted ... the night he complained of pain and physicians were summoned. They remained with him..."
Date:Sep 18 1899
Publication:Lowell, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"...timore, .583; St. Louis, .500; Cincinnati .553; Chicago, .511; Pittsburgh, .477 Louisville, .402; New York, .414; Wash ington, .375; Cleveland, .139. Charles A. Pillsbury, the well-known miller, died ... killed in a runaway accident. Three persons were asphyxiated in Cincinnati, two firemen losing their lives in attempting to save a child that had fallen into a vat. In a battle between American cowboys ... and a band of Mexican guards at Naco, A. T., one American was killed and several wounded; and a Mexican guard was slain. The old Hatfield' fort near Wharn-cliffe, W. Va., famous as the stronghold ... in a race at Zanesville, O. John King and wife, an aged couple, of Fiskdale, Mass., were killed by their insane son. non. John Hay, secretary of state, emphatically denies that there..."
Date:Sep 21 1899
Publication:Fayette, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...odds He also ordered company F of Vernon to ieaveby thequickest route for Carterville Minneapolis Minn Sept A tiilsbury the wellknown miller died in this city Sunday afternoon at five oclock Charles ... AlfredPillsbury wan born at Warner Merrimac county New Hamp shire October 3 1S42 He graduated from Dartmouth colics at the ase of 21 havens panly supported himself by teaching For six years later ... luiiiid li one stito that to do business of the stale us may to con grSH luetssary lUfcronci lo the tueoinc tyictaw was ap ydaudecl as xvoli as passing veforoncc to riiitijipini1 issutcontuintd in state ... Include only members the temporary organization but nil iosfi in sympathy wMih the movement executive committee chosen nt the heimnn house cnueun is composed of M ockwood Pnnnsylvania..."
Date:Sep 18 1899
Publication:Logansport, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...Very Umtx pectiMllyOath Thought to llnvo liven CuuBinl by A the well known miller an business died ut his home In thi city at 5 oclock yesterday CharlesAlfredPillsbury was born i Until 1 years of age ... in Porto Luis envoy extraordi nary and minister plenipotentiary of presented his credentials to President James a wellknown Presbyterian minister in was instantly killed in a runaway acci Three persons were ... asphyxiated in two firemen losing their lives in attempting to save a child that hnd fallen into a In a battle between American cow boys and n band of Mexican guards at one American was killed and several ... bars in a race at John King and an aged of were killed by their insane John secretary of emphatically denies that there is a se..."
Date:Sep 21 1899
Publication:Humboldt, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...., Sept. Charles A. Pillsbury left no will at least none bas been found. His near- est of km are his wife. Maty A. Pills- bury and his sons, John S. and CharlesPillsbury. They petition the probate court ... on the Stage of a Chattanooga Theater. A QCIREL Wild BiDEB Di 1UMU. Leadine Man and SUiwferof the "Mr. Plaster of Paris" Farce Comedy Company Killed. A GOOD OFFER. Toroato WBBU Drejliw to Lee Year B MorrUoB ... . Cloe. JtBBfe JMI for CHATTASOOflA. Teon., Sept. Morrison, leading lady of the "Mr Plaster of Pans" Farce Comedy Co., and killed Frank Leiden, stage manager leading of the com- pany Friday at the City ... and rails leaving one small open- ing. A number of children were in- side when the straw was ignited by a match and tbe structure was con- sumed. Sir..."
Date:Sep 23 1899
Publication:Lima, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:".... PlUsbury, of this city, the well known miller, died about 6.30 thla evening of heart disea.se. Char.es AlfredPillsbury was born In New Hampshire In 1842, and was gradu- ated from Darthmouth college ... r j THE ATLANTA CONSTITUTION. VOL. XSXII ATLANTA, GA. MONDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBEK 18 1899-TEN PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS. SEVEN NEGROES ARE PUT TO DEATH BY ILLINOIS MINERS Bloody Running Fight Enacted ... - til Nine Men Are Shot Down. i Cartcrville. HI September bloody riot occurred about noon todny, in nhioh -i M n negroes were killed nn.l two others received slight injuries. The i deid are O T J FLOVD ... for a volley from the latter, which brought down four negroes All were instantly killed in the storm of bullets that followed the first shots from ths blacks. Tils terrible execution..."
Date:Sep 18 1899
Publication:Atlanta, Georgia, United States of America
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Text:"...A Pillsbury the well-known miller died suddenly in Minneapolis aged ears The trust conference in Chicago closed London Sept the dispatches from South Africa talk of the of hostilities and the tions for them ... of the Vanderbilt family nid with one or exceptions the man in the world died suddenly of lysis ut his home in New York Mary Russell who died in Cambridge Mnss at the age ot years lived in the of even president ... of the United At Mass King and wife an aged couple killed by their insane son In a fight near X Y Terry McGovem of Brooklyn N Y whipped Palmer of London winning the title of bantam of the world The Massachusetts ... by the publicans of the Sixteenth district Joseph Hammer killed and himself at Des la Whisky had made him insane FOREIGN Active operations in the..."
Date:Sep 23 1899
Publication:Stevens Point, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:".... A. CHARLES A. PILLSBURY DEAD. Noted Miller flaccuinbi lie Vhanced to (Jo Into the tflonr Charles A. Pillsbury, the well-known miller, died in Minneapolis Sunday afternoon at 5 o'clock. On account ... with heart trouble. In many ways Charles A. Pillsbury was the most important factor in the wheat industry of the northwest. In 1809 Minneapolis was little more than a Kcraggly village huddled about the falls ... Hud Something' to "Have you anything to say before the of death is asked tlic judge. "Yes, your replied the condemned murderer, "I de- sin: to relate tin incident which was not brought out on tho trial ... . On the day before I killed this man I was..."
Date:Sep 23 1899
Publication:Dubuque, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:".... Pillsbury of this city, the well known u'ller, has died ot heart disease caused by overwork. Mr. Pillgftury was boili at Vv artier, Mtrrimac tf. H., Oct. 3, He graduated; from Dartmonth college at the age ... hall whefre: was held. One ot the dcai men was a nogro After tho negroes had been killed anc the crowd -scattered it was. the intention of the infuriated miners to go to Green to thfrbig nonunion negro ... , but no fatalities occurred -unti JHHP SO, when a nniHiRncpr train on the Illinois Central was fired, mto and one negro was killed. These negroes were on their way to the" mines, having come froin Pana. A short time ... a memorial s'ervice in honor of the Colorado volunteers who died In the PMHpuluea, service wao Driven iindef the auspices of-the Colors do- society Sons..."
Date:Sep 18 1899
Publication:Trenton, New Jersey, United States of America
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Text:"...of the Dlacnond *Match company and widow of George Barber, inventor of the match which Is now in general use throusbout the world, died at Akron, aged 83 years. CharlesAlfredPillsbury, head of the milling system ... NEWS OF THE WORLD. WAR. A discharged Colorado volunteer charges the mala offlciaU at Manila •witii corrupt practices. General Brooke reports the death of John S. Love, civiliaji employe, of tetanus ... for highway robbery. Lake lumber rates reached the lilgh-«st point ever known. William McLean died at Chillicothe, 111., at the age of 83. Sycamore reports -the first frost for this season in Illinois ... . At Cleveland ex-Mayor Wm. G. Rose dleci of rheumatic gout. Iroquois, premier stallion of ihe Belle Mead (Ky.) stud, ..."
Date:Sep 28 1899
Publication:Waunakee, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"...the train reached the vi cinity of WELLKNOWH MILLER PASSES A WAT 1ST Heart Trouble the Cause of He Had Been in Poor Health for Some the wellknown died in this city this afternoon of heart CharlesAlfred ... as CharlesPillsbury the acquisition of the property by the En glish syndicate In In 1890 from the conduct of his vast milling He remained as the manager of the evening and will endeavor to pre serve Forty ... into an and with the Fact that the Train was Four Hours Late Passing the Point Where HoldUp was to Occur Just at Prevented their Plan from Being Carried Rabbi Lowenstein called by the BnaJ Heber Grant tellsof his goodness ... SIX NEGROES KILLED Company Fourth Reaches SITUATION A CRITICAL ONE Sheriff So Advises Sxiperintendent of the Brush..."
Date:Sep 18 1899
Publication:Salt Lake City, Utah, United States of America
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Text:"...in the department of Sarthe. Manuel Cordova, wife and sis chil- dren were killed by the collapse of their adobe house near Mora, N. M. Charles A. Pillsbury, founder of the famous Pillsbury fiour mills in Minne ... pushing yourself over the precipice of disease -into the abyss of death. 4 i, f Don't forget n I) that your heaxf and lungs and brain CONGRESSMAN ERMENTROUT DEAD. French Council of Ministers Decides Upon ... . Paralysis of the parts offered follo-.v- ecl, but his derah was Sir. Krrnentro'jt is survived by a widow and tYi'o children, Fitz Daniel ErmeK- i, a member of the bar here, and iss Acle-aide Tonisa Ermenirout ... demonstrations. state senator from 1873 to In There is much remark here on the j Iie v-ras elected to congress was re- strange coincidence of the ..."
Date:Sep 22 1899
Publication:New Oxford, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:".... Pillsbury, the well-known miller, died in this city Sunday afternoon at five o'clock. [CharlesAlfredPillsbury was born at Warner, Merrimac county, New Hampshire, October 3, 1842. He graduated from Dartmouth ... as Charles A. Pillsbury Co. until the acquisition of the property by the English syndicate In 1890. Pillsbury "H," Anchor, Empire, Excelsior mills were added to the original. A system of elevators th ... outside of the state as may to congress seem necessary. Reference to the income tax law was applauded as well as a passing reference to the Philippine issue contained in the statement that "A government ... fat the sooner we killed them. The..."
Date:Sep 21 1899
Publication:Fayette, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"....-Charles A. Pillsbury, tho well-known miller, died in this city yesterday afternoon, Ho had been suffering from heart trou ble caused by an enlargement of the stomach which in turn was due to overwork ... the Ninth district (lierks and |jchinh counties) died at his home liere yesterdn.y. He was 02 years of ajji:. On Thursday last while at dinner a piece of meat lodged in his throat and a physician had ... to be called to save him from strangulation. Paralysis of the parts affected followed, but his death was unexpected. Mr. Ermen-tront is survived by a widow and a son and daughter. Xhlpp�(l Thxlr rinncl�r Ahead ... that the transport Tartar, carrying the Twentieth Kansas and discharged regulars, is not over crowded and has more facilities for saving life than could be..."
Date:Sep 19 1899
Publication:Hutchinson, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:"...and was cut to pieces by a train. The death is announced of Mr. CharlesAlfredPillsbury, of Minneapolis, the ".Flour King." Mr. Pillsbury .at one. time sat in the U.S. Senate as the representative ... RESULT DEPLORED BY SERIOUS PEOPLE. AMERICAN SYMPATHY. NEW YORKERS WILLING TO VOLUNTEER FOR ACTIVE SERVICE. BOYCOTT FEARED BY PARIS BUSINESS MEN. WHAT WE In the " ultimatum' ASKED. sent to the Transvaal ... of adventurous young Americans to volunteer as a practical expression of gratitude for English sympathy a year ago. To-day several New Yorkers who were rough-riders in Cuba discussed informally the idea of forming ... or partake of wines or any other commodity imported from France until Dbetfos is Liberated. I take this step as a protest! against injustice and as a..."
Date:Sep 19 1899
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"..., setting fir^to his clothes. TROUBLESOME INDIANS. Famous Minneapolis Miller enmbs to Heart Trouble. Minneapolis: CharlesAlfredPillsbury, the well known miller, died in this city Sunday afternoon ... the sentence of Dreyfus. Indignation prevails throughout the country. The students prepared a demonstration, but were stopped by the police. Numerous telegrams of sympathy have been sent to Dreyfus and Labori ... killed and two others received slight wound Tbe dead: REV. T. J. FLOYD. HUSE BRADLEY. JOHN* BLACK. HENRY BRANUM. SIM CUMMINS. JIM HAYES. ONE NEGRO, name unknown. Trouble has been hovering ever since ... the railroad track. Here the execution was done, all who went through town escaping. After the fight was over four dead bodies were picked up and another mortally wounded, who..."
Date:Sep 21 1899
Publication:Rolfe, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"..... MfiSS^ Charles A. Pillsbury, tho flour king. died atMltifl,ogpoll.i,'Mlnb„ .)ast Sunday. He wa: Insect Bites and Stirigff .Aw^Jjuipklx-Jwllflyed AUtUciired, bjy Comfori TPOWCi^r.~M'9Bq.liintMiSi: Stlira ... . PiEftCE. , Office Honrs, 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. mi Snndaya hy , appointment only. , ^ Telephone CallB:' Residekce, 120-2; Private Hospital, 58-8. • 163MAIN ST., GBEEN^LD, HASS. tf49 Wt^'ÍXÍ» ^Wtti ORAD U Art ... , Is be^ ing cared for at the Franklin county public hospital. Ho is very frail. Last Monday a home on Petty's plain was visited by death and life. ^ Sivastns Spencer. 50, died that day, and that day ... , only daughter of Farley S. Glazier - of North Leverett, died..."
Date:Sep 23 1899
Publication:Greenfield, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"...MiiiiienpoliN Miller Niic-imiiiiIin lo Heart Trouble. Minneapolis: Charles Aided Pillsbury. the well known miller, died in this city Sunday afleinoon. tin account of pom health Mr. Pillsbury went lo Knrupe ... , the hallle lo he decided within two months of (he October light.. Julian sals l'llzsimmoiis is taking life easy, deing jusl enough exercise to keep his muscles jiliant. DEATH OF C. A. PILLSBURY. Fiiiiioiik ... in the country. SEVEN MEN KILLED. militia called out at,car-terville, ill. THREE BURNED TO DEATH, on Union mid Non-Union Miners 1:11 -Bilge hi n Pitched Hut lie Sunday -Troulilo Brewing Kver Since ilic Soldiers ... , condemn the sentence Dreyfus. Indignation prevails throughout the country. The students prepared demonstration,..."
Date:Sep 19 1899
Publication:Lemars, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...of the hand it was the belief of those experts that the boy would lose the use of it, or at least the thumb and perhaiJs a part of the lingers. MILLER PILLSBURY DEAD. CharlesAlfredPillsbury, tlie well known ... miUer, died in Minneaiiolis September 17. Mr. Pillsbury was born at Warner, Merrimac county. New Hampshire, October 3, 1843. After coming to Minneapolis in 1809, Mr. Pillsbury engaged in tlie milling ..."
Date:Sep 21 1899
Publication:Elgin, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...of the heterogeuity and mul tiplicity of the tribes he CharlesPillsbury of Minne apolis Passes LAST ILLNESS ONE OP FEW Congressman Ermentrout Daniel who was elected iii No vember last to his sixth term in congress ... the night and until a short time before Pills bury He was conscious to the end and talked to his wife and friends who wore in the CharlesAlfredPillsbury was born at Merrimac He graduated from Dartmouth ... con tinued as CharlesPillsbury until thoacquisition of the property by the English syndicate in Conn Crib Time Will soon be here and you are still putting Tcorn in that old that you have been kicking ... efficacious of purinef and but the purest and Bweot eit ot and buby Sold British dcnoti..."
Date:Sep 18 1899
Publication:Atlantic, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...Inspectors were put upon Halms track and aftor a search of sev eral mouths he was arrested in Repub lic FLOOR KINGJS CharlesPillsbury of Minne apolis Passes DRIVE OUT LAST ILLNESS ONE OF FEW UiK Cat lie ... the night and until a short time before Pills bury He was conscious to the end and talked to his wife and frieuds who were in tho CharlesAlfredPillsbury was born at Merrimac He graduated Dartmouth college ... as CharlesPillsbury until the acquisition of the property by the English syndicate in Second Itiiilrouil For rep resenting a Philadelphia is sliipping men and material to Alaska or the construction ... Krmeiitrotit Daniel j who was elected in No vember last to his sixth term iu congress from the..."
Date:Sep 20 1899
Publication:Atlantic, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:".... Boer troops now control the Beira ?.n the Newcastle Railways as they enter their territory. The death is announced of Mr. CharlesAlfredPillsbury, of Minneapolis, the "Flour King." The centenary ... 4 THE HACKJCEY EXPEESS AND SHOEEMTCH OBSERVER ETROPOLITAN NOTES. (By a Correspondent.) The Hyde Park demonstration in sympathy with Dreyfus was remarkable on account of the class of people ... regiments. It speakB well for their health that when they were medically examined only one man, who had recently left the hospital, was turned out. All the rest were perfectly fit. It is interesting to notice ... , the descendant of a Mingrelian princely family, with whom he fell deeply in love. The late Czar, before his death, gave his..."
Date:Sep 23 1899
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Text:"...la Minneapolis. Sept. A. the well-known died in this city Sunday afternoon at five o'clock. AlfredPillsbury was born at Merrimac New Hamp- October 1842. He graduated from Dartmouth coIJpgre at the age ... enjoyed great prosper- ity. His George A. his John S. and brother F C Pillsbury. were admitted to the which continued as Charles A. Pillsbury Co. until the acquisition of the property by the English ... to the income tax law was ap- plauded as well as a passing reference to the Philippine issue contained in the state- ment that derives its rights from the consent of the Mr. Bryan then produced a copy of a cir ... by the speaker to bring- trusts under federal and state control. Reference to the income- tax law was applauded as well as a passing..."
Date:Sep 18 1899
Publication:Iowa City, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:".... AlfredPillsbury. founder of the greatest milling system In tho world, died at his home In this city, Sunday afternoon, at five o'clock. Ho had been suffering for more than a year, but lately his condition ... and friends who were in tho room. >A few moments before death camo he com- plained of difficulty in breathing. Then with a'strugglo he .xplrcd. Mr. Pillsbury was born at Warner. N. H.. in 1SU. He leaves a widow ..."
Date:Sep 18 1899
Publication:Oshkosh, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"...Indians at Standing Rock res ervation Senator Ulaokburua Wife Dead Versailles J C S Black burn wife of the exsenator is ctead aged Pillibury Dead Charles A Pillsbury founder of the flour business died at Ms ... train of eighteen cars south bound on the St Louis San liYan cisoo collided half a mile south of the switch at Swopo park at oclock HVednesday morning Pour of tho trainmen woro killed and four woro ... but none was seriously hurt COLONEL MIUY DEAD SIX NEGROES KILLED Shot Down ly White Minors In Cartor vlllo 111 Carterville was the scene of a bloody riot about noon Sunday in which six negroes were instantly ... killed and one wounded unto death while two Others received slight wounds Trouble lias been hovering ever since the militia was..."
Date:Sep 22 1899
Publication:Gentry, Arkansas, United States of America
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Birth:Dec 3 1842 - Warner, Merrimack, New Hampshire, USA
Death:Sep 17 1899 - Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota, United States
Parents:George Alfred Pillsbury, Margaret Sprague Carleton
Wife:Mary Ann Stinson
Children:John Sargent Pillsbury, Margaret Carleton Pillsbury, George Alfred Pillsbury, Charles Stinson Pillsbury
Siblings:Minnie A. Chamberlain Pillsbury, Mary Adaha Pillsbury, Fred Carleton Pillsbury, Euce Carleton Pillsbury
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