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Harriet Elizabeth Stowe (born Beecher)
Birth: June 14 1811 - Litchfield, Litchfield, Connecticut, United States
Death: July 1 1896 - Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, USA
Parents: Lyman "("the father of more brains than anyone in America")" Beecher and Roxana Beecher (born Foote)
Siblings: Catharine Esther, William Henry, Edward, Mary, George, Henry Ward, Charles, Frederick Porter, Isabella, Thomas Kinnicut, James Chaplin and Frederick William
Partner: Calvin Ellis Stowe, l
Children: Harriet Beecher, Eliza Tyler, Henry Ellis, Frederick William, Georgianna May, Samuel Charles, Charles Edward and Calvin
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Text:"...Authoress Passes Away at Her Home In July noon yester day HarrietBeecher the lamous passed away at her in this At her bedside three meruiiers of the Beeoher her and Harriet a daughter of the Throughput ... the forenoon the friends oj Stowe gathered the waiting for the Death eame withsut a struggle md tbo end merely appeared to be a aoQtiuutvncQ of the unconscious state iu to which Stowe lapsed ou ... and causes it to be honorec abroad that embodies the sympathy o the American people In the struggle of jtheir oppreaaed neighbors for liberty and seltgovemment and that jeulously resents any and all ... Is what you Then take no Insist upon loods and only This Is the medicine which has the largest sales In tue Hoods Sarsaparllla is the one true blood..."
Date:July 2 1896
Publication:Carroll, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...to go before the people A WOMAN OF ONE The summaries of HarrietBeecher Stowes ifework show that she was one of the most volu minous writers of her yet far as this eneration is concerned or as posterity ... of HarrietBeecher not having seen an account of a work In the list of books sheShas I wish to inform your readers that she also the author of a hook entitled Men of Our which was published In 1887 by a flrm ... sympathy nor aid from the mining camps or from the Republican States with which It s now joining It is pleasant to see these facts recognized and pungently stated in many Southern The Memphis Sclmetar says ... It would prob have exactly the contrary for reasons which we have repeatedly set forth In More Credit Due to TotSe Editor of TheWorld After having read the articles in the morning papers on the ..."
Date:July 3 1896
Publication:New York, New York, United States of America
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Text:"...to go in on iiii iJaj of change should be delivored at the SawrtM effioe before 10 a m othonriie it will So lay until aeit day EDITORIAL THE last thing written by Mrs HarrietBeecherStowe only a few days ... before her death was a loving acknowledgment to the public for fond remembrances and tokens and expressions of affectionate esteemon her 85th birthday which she sent to the Ladies Home Journal In the next ... issue of this magazine it will foe published in fac simile It re flects the beautiful nature of the gifted authoress and by her death has become her last message to the American public GAME ... shot and 250 ru pees for every other 50 rupees for the first two rhinoceroses and 150 rupees for all after them Monkeys beasts of prey boars and birds ex cept ostriches and secretary birds may be ..."
Date:July 10 1896
Publication:Logansport, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...and 3598 deaths flliS Stowes Funeral Hartford Conn Jiilj3 The funeral of Mrs HarrietBeecherStowe was held at her late home in this city at fiva oclock Thursday afternoon The ices were of the simplest ... at Paisley 111 at a depth of 540 feet William Hess a clerk in a store at Ivy 111 killed himself by takiug laudanum No cause assigned Forest fires inMariuette county Wis are becoming serious and will cause ... Oskaloosa la and who was quite wealthy killed himself with a revolver He was 50 years old and in bad health C L Lund died suddenly at Algona la and a coroners jury returned a ver dict of death from apoplexy ... foremost down a Hjran chute and was smothered to ..."
Date:July 3 1896
Publication:Logansport, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...As it withdrew HER NAME WILL LIVE Death Comes to the Venerable HarrietBeecherStowe PASSES AWAY AT HARTFORD COSH ilia UnlPbrotetl the Si III Anniversaryof ilor liirtli liut Two Weeks of tho Famous AuthoroKa ... or Uuclo Tulas Cubiu Hurtfuid Coim July Ear Jieecher Stowe the gifted author ess ot Uncle Toms Cnbin other works of worldwide repufntion died at her home No 73 Forest street dtiioou Wednesday ... Sehultz was instantly killed by n freight train two miles of Warren 111 Wilson Hathaway of Buchanan Mich was killed in the railroad yard at Knlamazoo He caught his foot in the dradly frog Iilainu ... the fouryearold son of Charles M n prominent travel ing salesman of Hillsboro 111 was drowned while playing in a pond Williuni Carey and team of..."
Date:July 2 1896
Publication:Logansport, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...is repotted a total Who is owned by a Scotch with headquarters at She Is valued at nearly and is nearly covered by Harriet Betichur Hiowe Harriet Bcocher Stowe died at noon July aged The members of the family ... itself in the breast of one o the strikers who was walking through a ulley with several Kettge was sent to the hospital where he died i a few Gront Crowd in Never before in moned from the village TRIAL LEU ... In immediate dangerof death or Wo are not asking said but humanitarian MEN WHO WORE THE National Reunion of Confederate Soldiers at The confederate reunion opened at on the 80th with charm ing An immense throng ... in The robbery was committed while trains were passing through the depot every..."
Date:July 9 1896
Publication:Anita, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...illness her constant attendants were her Harriet and Eliza Stowe mirl her Isabella Beecher who has always been her constant The surviving members of Stowes family are the Charles ot and Miss Harriet MRS ... Her Fpote died when HarrietBeecherStowe was live years her Henry Ward was three years At twplve years of nga HarrUt Beecher was sent Female Seminary foupded by her sister Cathe Her precocity ... that will mark HarrietBeecher Stowes grave the Author T of Toms HarrietStowe came of good She was born at Lucli June Her..."
Date:July 2 1896
Publication:New York, New York, United States of America
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Text:"...to the highways and byways of creation to find his Cabinet The death of HarrietBeecherStowe removes from the scene another of the gifted Baecher Her name will always be familiar to Eng lish speaking readers ..."
Date:July 2 1896
Publication:Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
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Text:"...sisterin HarrietBeecher said How sad I only heard from Harriet last and thenshe was doing so Ever since Beech ers death Stowe has not been her She loved Henry better than any one else in the and his death ... Harriet Beeche Stowe is dead yet she She live not only in the tearless an perfect life of a world unseen In mortal vision but on this bank and shoal of she and she can never She lives immortal ... of the silver delegates is in finding an Young Allen Thurman is in evidence at The Peacemaker of the New York Herald Henry Ward the venerable widow of the pastor of Plymouth when in formed of the death of her ... pospel Has never heard of Moses Full well the black hand we..."
Date:July 7 1896
Publication:Burlington, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...Services will bo held thla evening at S The funeral of Harriet Deocher Stowe took place yeoterduy In the seminary clinpol at An ft lifelong friend of and her and after a simple service the body woa taken ... of these papers and Life that Johnson came to this city eight years and his work since then is known the world Johnson married Miss of when he was nineteen years One child survives The funeral will be held Monday ... at 11 at the Calvary Baptist The burial will be in OBITUARY lefts died at his home In He was sixtysix years He hid served as Ropmnntarlve and Senator In the Bachusetts and was a member ot the Council ... or the lato The funeral of David Prince took place at 10 IB This Game the Trust Has Met..."
Date:July 4 1896
Publication:New York, New York, United States of America
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Text:"...STOWES lilHcoiml at the Hartford at Special to The July funeral of HarrietBeecherStowe was held at oclock this afternoon from the resi on Forrest The Francis service according to the Episcopal assisted ... howitzers oh the Lee monumen mds ttred a salute of thirteen Stephen Lee was introduced he orator of the and mad In which he spoke in par ollows Since the death of Napoleon there been ho career which ... other man in the his y of the If his enemies hac i speeded vln putting him to death h told have been the most consplcuou Ire in American When of passion and preju i have passed awaythecalm light o 1 flee ... Memorial Hall Associatlo L meeting1 designated Gen of Alabama o uoky of South Caro and of a null t tee to visit New York and con yith..."
Date:July 3 1896
Publication:New York, New York, United States of America
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Text:"...Havana says General Brad ley T Johnson commenting on the news of rhu death of HarrietBeecherStowe said lam glad of it Although there was some truth in what she wrote there was much that was false ... Only Relative and Close at the J uly oil the beauty of rhe full lipiscopal ritual the funeral services over the body of HarrietBeecher were solemnized at her late homs yesterday afternoon In accordance ... Suddenly ALGOXA July L Land died sud denly yesterday afternoon from apoplexy He was prominent in Democratic Charles D Gibson of St Louis who ar in this state ind was in the of flved yesterday sorunc a new ... alley with several companions Itettger was sent to a hospital..."
Date:July 3 1896
Publication:Logansport, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...but Her Memory Will Live for All Life and Its Work HARTFORD Conn July noon yesterday ilrs HarrietBeecherStowe the famous authoress passed away at her residence in this city At her bedside were three ... life work and tho intellect that wrought out the glow ing lines of Uncle Toms Cabin has passed under the cloud HarrietElizabethBeecherStowe the woman was subject to What Wai Said of It by the Writeri ... members of the Isabella Beecher Hooker and her husband Dr Hooker and HarrietStowe a daugh ter of the authoress Throughout the fore tma were ntwcKaa at oace ancrsav agely slavery and the divinity of Christ ... in heir to at 25c 20c..."
Date:July 2 1896
Publication:Logansport, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...magazines. Mrt. Fontral. Hnrtfotrl. Conn., July funeral of Mrs. Harriet Beecner Stowe was heW at late home in thJs city at fhe o'clock Thursday afternoon. The serv- ices were of the simplest charactei ... and Sunday Mrs. Stowe was about the house, but MRS HARRIETBEECHERSTOWE. suffering very much. Since Monday morning she has been confined to her bed, Tuesday afternoon became un- conscious. Mrs. Stowe, until ... Memory. Richmond, Va., July three- days' meeting of over confeder- ates ended yesterday in the laying vif the corner stone of the Jefferson Dai is memorial monument. It will cost and will be one ... . Hob- the republican nominee for vice visited Mhj. kit Death at Hartford, Conn, of Har- riet Boeoher..."
Date:July 9 1896
Publication:Marble Rock, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...BeecherStowe, Well Known and Piflnea From Lubor Unto .tiily BeecherStowe died at nobri. 'mem- bers of her family were at the bedside A -brief illness was sufficient to snap the fragile1 thread of life ... : at Berea stone quarries. No one was killed o far as known, but many have sore heads as a result -of the hand-to-hanci conflict. The strikers approached the quarry with the intention of driving- out the non ... self. But to many.'this notice .of death of the gentle authoress of "Uncle Tom's Cabin" will'come as a personal loss. Metz, July in the arsenal near Fort.MoseJle caused a partial explosion', which killed ... 's ..."
Date:July 1 1896
Publication:Cedar Rapids, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:".... Asper Co. L. W. Childs, Arthur Lyon, II. B. ncd Frank Xies attended the bicjule r.iees at Cedar Rapids last Saturday. Mrs. Harriet Beecber Stowe, immor- talized by the writing of "Uncle Tom's Cabin" died ..."
Date:July 9 1896
Publication:Marble Rock, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...be no unless there is a living senior of the same JMuAJMUMat 19 26 J3 20 27 2J 28 8 22 29 16 23 30 10 J7 24 25 WITH the death of HarrietBeecherStowe there passes from lifes stage one of its most conspicuous ... nothing to show for her sacrifice but humbled SOME of the newspapers speak of William This is all The should be dropped after a mans name when his father McKinleys father died several years There can ... mischief in the We may expect troubles to befall the government and and death will lay its hand on one prominent We shall also witness many accidents of an appalling nature and attended with a heavy loss ... by the Carnegie Steel A LETTER received by Superintendent Wishon of the county infirmary at on the from an Ohio man in the Cuban stated that Ralph was ..."
Date:July 9 1896
Publication:Troy, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"...Beeeher Stowe, author of "Uncle Tom's died today etnooa, aged 85. The people of Bruatwlck atd v'clclly aresaakijsg eiabcia'e prepanfloes fora pairioiic at that place oa Saturday atxi, J nit 4 a ... Monday last for Indianapolis, where he expects to secure a position. THE WUKk Uif DEATH. o JBESB J. HUHT. One by one the old families and repre sentative citizens of this community are passing ... to their long home; and ever and anon there comes note of the death in other lands of some one Intimately connected with the earlier history of Frederick. Many old Frederlcktonfaas well remember David and Jesse ... , since passed over the river, and but a few months .ago his estimable wife was laid to rest in Mi Olivet Ceme- tery here. -Now comes the news of the demise of the brother, Hunt,..."
Date:July 1 1896
Publication:Frederick, Maryland, United States of America
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Text:"...of HarrietBeecher Stpwe; She wrote "Uncle Tom's Cabin" here. also spent her early, life.here, when her: father was president of the Lane Theo- logical seminary, and was married here, Prof. Stowe being ... of "Vive republicjue" and simi- lar cries to ex-press the sympathy and congratulation of the multitude. President Faure maintained his calm and self-possessed demeanor and after he had itaken his place ... 'machine there is no doubt'that it would have been blown inito atoms and the men at work near it would have been instantly killed. Mr. Glass is at a loss -to account for the presence ol the dynamite .in the as'he had none ... .the Adams is the American IQU.IO and the 'United States Thny Kemember JHnrrlet Beecher-Stowe Cincinnati, Ohio, July people at the Union Baptist church last night held a large ..."
Date:July 15 1896
Publication:Cedar Rapids, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:".... Harriet Beecber Stowe there has passed Ja rreaerva- oftsn de- that party ties anil notLlng when 5 credit of our conntry tbreat- money o'. the United States, and _ fffffft O DTT D of the most celeirswu ot 1 ... tho U. SI dollar. Tbla ihowi th result of a fifty-four cent dollar and calling tt 100 centi. AlUioufju (or R while Mrs. Chatles J. I'ateriou had lived mticb aloof from soelotv, tho news of lies death ... , displacements and horrors caunut exist iu with Lydla K, 1'iukliam'j Vcgctnbli Compouud. PEATl! OP MHS. STOWB, Tlirce Vnmljllo Nliocki llmtened the Knit ot the Autllar. Hartfonl, July Stowc died at] roon yeaterday ... for and alot wltafroot tie western part of Morton Park and "waVSa Jfcst wnaed ui iinbe relied upon to snaidlt by land of saifl Miller, the tola' area V .____a._ mnA Vi belnf; feet. uon With the ..."
Date:July 4 1896
Publication:Newport, Rhode Island, United States of America
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Text:"...for president and vice presi dent The last thing written by Mrs Harriet Boecher Stowe only a few days before her death was a loving acknowledgment to the public for fond remembrances and tokens and expressions ... and by her death has be come her last message to the Ameri can public DUE BIETHS AND DEATHS The Keoord Which Greene County Made Last Year The report of the Probate Judge of Greene county for the past year ... curred in any one month was in February when 88 persons died May seems to be the healthiest month of the year having a record of only eighteen deaths The number of births outnumber the deaths considerably ... on Only three persons were naturalized two German and one English Three persons were sent to the Reform farm 21 to the State Hospital for insane and one to Galli..."
Date:July 14 1896
Publication:Xenia, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"...Uncle Corns Cir culation of the Book We have already made mention of the death of that wonderful woman HarrietBeecherStowe at her home at Hartford on Wednesday Mrs Stowe was 84years old Sho ... of Plymouth Church when informed of the death of her sisterinlaw Mrs HarrietBeecherStowe said How sad I only heard from Harriet lost and then she was doing so well physically Bjer aince Mr death Stowo has ... everything else she did TIER FAMI3 She shared the greatness of the great family of which she was a member but HarrietBeecher was the only one of that brilliant tamily that leaves an imperishable..."
Date:July 3 1896
Publication:Xenia, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"...Stowe died at HARRIET DEECIIKE STOWE. today. Mombors of the fam- ily wero at her bedside.' GEORGETOWN BOOMLETS. An Alligator Hain Last Night. Georgetown, Tex., July morning Jeff Ake, a color- ed man, who ... Firearms. WESTVIEW, Ohio, July one hundred shots were exchanged by depnties sherlft and strikers this morning the Bore a stone qnarriea, but 110 one was killed. finest and cooleot barber shops ... by sending forS.vmp- t. No 1 for men, No. 2 for women, for akin diKeasea, No. 4 Tor catarrh. Omoe 9tol2, 2 to 6. and 7to9. San- 10 (o 1 Oslsbiated Authoress Dead. BARTPOUD, Conn., Jnly 1. Mrs. Harriet Boechor ..."
Date:July 1 1896
Publication:San Antonio, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"...- >tl A GRAND WOMAN GONE 9trn. HarrietBeecherStowe Author of "Uncle Tom'g Cabin" Died at Noon Today. Hartford, Oonn., July Beecher Stowe, the author of "Uncle Tom's who was stricken with congestion ... of the brain and paralysis last Friday, died at noon today. THEMILITIA WANDERJNG WILLIE Called .Out to Hold ln ctieclc- at By Telegraph to THK 'Chicago, 111., J Gov, Stone, and several of the leading Democrats ... to Cuba. Wandering Willie Goff, the chap who came to town the other day all bruised up and was sent to the city hospital for treatment, was discharged Tuesday as able to travel. H6 immedi- ately struck out ... to Be on Fire. An Immense Amount of Explosives in Danger of Ignition. A Small Explosion in Which Seven Men Are ..."
Date:July 4 1896
Publication:Portsmouth, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"...committee which ad the appointmentof the temporary HarrietBeecherStowe died at noon Terrible July explosion of ammun ition during a fire in the arsenal near Fort Moselle in the province of last proves ... the storm on the the steamer Kawanoura Maru collided with and sank the Hoshi Maru off Hiroshima and 178 lives were llnrrtet llreohcr Stowe Dflilcl July HarrietBeecherStowe lies unconscious at her home ... to have been more disastrous than first report It is now learned that 42 men were killed instead of and too others were badly Killed on the July Chamber a passenger on the Los Angeles express which arrived ..."
Date:July 1 1896
Publication:Bakersfield, California, United States of America
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Text:"...sold to Lewis of Funeral of Harriet needier July all the beauty of the full Episcopal the funeral services over the body of HarrietBeecher Stowo were at her late In accordance with the ex pressed wish ... nnd operated by tho United and by the purchase of tho Danish islands we should secure tho proper and much noadod naval station In tho West The massncroo in Armenia have aroused the deep sympathy nnd ... successful having been longer in hospital practice than any other physftian in America or Europe president and founder of three medical and surgical established in New York City iSjo established in 1871 ... themselves why they are dying by Take one candid thought before it is everlast ingly too Come at once and Crider will tell your disease and..."
Date:July 8 1896
Publication:Atlantic, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...that such an element can acquire any standing in a great national party HarrietBeecherStowe The death of this gifted and ex- woman is worthy of more than passing mention Although the great work of her life was done ... wonderful power Truth is stranger and more than fiction The natural magnet posses a permanent attraction and the chords of human sympathy brate to the cry that is born in man agony as they never can to any ..."
Date:July 9 1896
Publication:Fort Wayne, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...while teething with perfect It soothes the chili softens the allays au ema wind and it the nt naaif ta UlMtAArU DEATH OF BEECHEB HarrietBeecher authoress of Tlncle Toms died at noon on Wednesday at her ... home in in her 85th She had had three successive attacks of paralysis since was quite HarrietElizabethBeecher was born at on June She was a daughter of the Lymao and one of family of of whom the Henry ... the present forces arrayed against them much He added the belief that the rebellion would be subdued within a short The bodies of Henry Montgomery and of the Afrikander killed while on picket duty on April 19 ... to reach the Ecene of the Drummond Castle have had copies printed of Queen Victorias..."
Date:July 5 1896
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"...BeecherStowe, author of Uncle Tom's Cabin, died in Hartford, Conn, yesterday, aged 84 years. For Sale. On easy terms, the desirable three story brick business stand, situate Nos. 457-459 Mill Strett ... on Friday morn- ing last, by John Wells, near Tullytown. The Corunor held an inquest and a verdict of accidental drowning was rendered. Tho remains were taken to ou last Saturday, for interment. June 27th ... a commodity of the recent discovery. Notice of Removal. Dr. J. D. Thomas, specialist in the pain- less extraction of teeth with nitrous oxide gas, has removed from 912 to 1122 Walnut St., Philadelphia. Harriet ..."
Date:July 2 1896
Publication:Bristol, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"...VOL. XII. NO. 223. THE Af.'GEL OF DEATH Mrs. Harriet Beecber Stowe From Earth. FITFOL DSEAM O'ER- by JLoirJ lUr XoWd r'rom Frail Karthly Habitation. HAHTFORD. July noon Mrs. Jlurru t Ik-echer Stowe ... , the famou.- an- passed away at her residence in this itT A1 nf'r bedside Wi-rv tiirrv nipuibt'rs of the family; Mrs. Uabrlla B.-f-rher Hooker, her husband. Dr. HOOKO.I, and HarrietStowe, a daughter of tin ... into which Mrs. Stowe lapsed on Monday. The arruuge- muits for the funeral have beta Sat partially completed. The son-ices in Hartford will u private and intermem >vi'.l rake place at Andover, Mass. Her Life ... in of the city, and while one of thiun guarded th" ticker agent with u revolver the curried off all the m.in.-'y in sight..."
Date:July 2 1896
Publication:Lima, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"...as "The Chris- ian Slave." Mrs Stowe wrote many other BOOKS, many of which were Just published as serials in the leading magazines. Mrs. Funeral. Hartford, Conn., July funeral of Mrs. HarrietBeecherStowe ... platform In 13 planks, which may be summarized MRS. HARRIET BEKCHER STOWE. suffering much. Since Monday morning she "has been confined to her bed, and Tuesday afternoon became un- conscious. Mrs. Stowe ... DEAtER, Store closes at 7.30 standard time on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday evenings. 116 E. High St., New Philadelphia, O. A FAMOUS LIFE ENDS. Death at Hartford, Conn., of Har- riet Beecher Stowe ... works of world-wide reputation, died at her..."
Date:July 9 1896
Publication:New Philadelphia, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"...with headquarters at Harriet Slowc HarrietBeecherStowe July aged The me died at noon three eral There row escapes from a number of other So He Itoimni preacher I K ins Cubiu i Worth v York Cr Oklahoma lie his ... him on the head and knocked him off his Kising to his knees he drew his revolver and The ball missed liis assailants and sped across a vacant lot and buried itself in Ihe breast of one of the strikers ... who was walking through an alley with several Kettger was sent to the hospital where be died in o few Great Crowd in Never before in iti iy has Hjoliinond such a crowd Ts that assembled on the 2nd ... guarded the ticket agent with a revolver the others carried off all the money In The robbery was..."
Date:July 9 1896
Publication:Anita, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...be in the penitenti- ary. There is no other change in the provision of the law relating to death sentences. Mrs. HarrietBeecherStowe died at her home in Hartford, Connecti- cut, July ist. The death of Mrs. Stowe ... with an airbrake is about but with the patent coupler, grabirons and handholds the cost for each car will be _______ On July i the execution of the death penalty by hanging in Ohio became a thing of the past ... , and the Buckeye state, following the lead of New York will substitute electrocution, excepting as far as relates to persons under sentence of death by the noose. The change in the law provides that all mur- derers ... convicted after July sentenced to the ..."
Date:July 8 1896
Publication:Humeston, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...or no hope for her recovery. p. Mrs. HarrietBeecherStowe died at noon. H. Chirk. Attend- it it K 0 2 1 U 1U 3 SI24 .TC.T; T.-nny Attomluiife, H H 3 U> 40 groat pow wow near his farm on July 4 gathorinsr ... the imprisoned miners is gloomy. More falls are looked lor during the day. ort'erect Conn., July i By Asso- ciated Press 1 -Mrs. HarrietBeecher Scowe is scill unconscious, and her phy- sicians announce little ... . CiiKT.KViu.E. O., July village Of Tarlton is in a state of excitement caused by tho report that Sebastian iSowards, an old veteran, had been buried alive. The reported started from the statement ... .............................1.SSH in by t absent on uecounl of 511 every hull diiy.............. 471 eiil of halt day IfJ tardy..."
Date:July 2 1896
Publication:Massillon, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"...Beecher Stow died at noon. The members of the family were at her bedside. TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES. Bar silver Heilbaeb, Icbelbelmer Co. will ship in gold to to- morrow. The steam yacht Ooelda with Presi- dent ... of the Charleston Nivy yard, waa stricken with appo- jrieiy while on duty to-day and died a (ew later. Many Miner- Kntumbrd. By AMocUted Preu.l Wii.KKitHAitKie, June The excitement at the twin ghaft in Pitlston ... Scruntun and Wilkeslmrro. Thu wives and childran stunt! nuar the opening of the death chamber urging the rescuers to greater efforts. Piacti- Ciliy nothing line been accomplished towanlti the recovery of men ... , or if the place wbnte they were wns left clear gue ma? have ac- cumulated and exploded which would f course have burned the men to loath. H is not likely it will be mown how men died until the..."
Date:July 2 1896
Publication:Reno, Nevada, United States of America
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Text:"...-oslajr a week asd a year Siay pork- May i ear ago.....ILSTVi fi.35 closing: "Pork ST-SO, Imrd ribs S3.50. Author of the Famous Book Tom's Cabin." Passes Away Af- ter Two Days' Illness. Mrs- HarrietStowe ... shot. Ke is the most butcher in com-. Oae Million. Sevea Haadred Spinaies to Prodaetioa for Two MoatiiS. Warned That Dynamite Will s Soon Be Used and to Get Out of tfee Way, Thousand Were Killed In tile ..."
Date:July 3 1896
Publication:Des Moines, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...Stowe. The death of this gifted and ex- cellent woman is worthy of more than passing mention. Although the great work of her life was done half a century ago, it was a work that lias left its impress ... probabilty that the declarations and candidates of that convention will be endorsed by the people, yet it seems alarming that such an element can acquire any standing in a great national party. HarrietBeecher ... a permanent attraction and the chords of human sympathy vi- brate to the cry that is born in hu- man agony as they never can to any other influence. Mrs. Stowe wrote other works, that are deserving of high ..."
Date:July 9 1896
Publication:Fort Wayne, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:".... The funeral of Mrs. HarrietBeecherStowe was- held at her late residence on Forest street in this city at 5 o'clock yesterday after- noon. The services-were of the simp- lest character. Scripture selections ... .509 Lv'ille.. 11 44 .200 Minor Leagtte Wilkesbarre. 5. Provi- 5. 14. 0. Exhibition Game. Baltimore Or- N. Athletic s. Mwnber of the Mob at Shot Down. KILLED BY A SCIENTIFIC STUDENT The Wha- Cram tha ... she signed her directing the city chamberlain to pay over to her the balance of the fund in his hands which fell to Mrs. Fleming by the death of her Mrs. Evelina Bliss. The balance of the fund amounts ... del Bio. AUSTIN CORBIN'S WILL. Hll Talned at Several Million Dob Goefl to Relatives. New July will of Aus- tin the late president of tha Long Island who was acci- dentally..."
Date:July 3 1896
Publication:North Adams, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:".... For full large fall col- 6 late common to Brief Slntek ef the Author of Tom's the MMt Fromluat IB fVnU. July funeral of Mrs. HarrietBeecher whose death occurred yesterday the result tit a paralytic stroke ... - vocates. In 1850 the passing of the fugitive law -worked so on HarrietBeecher sym- pathy that she resolved to expose in a book seme of the horrors of slavery. Her main idea for thr book was gathered from ... . HarrietBeecherStowe was born at on June 1813. Her father was Rev. Lyman a New England Presbyterian and rabid abolitionist. Mrs. Stowe passed her first as a scholar and afterwards as school teacher until ... . Hill..."
Date:July 2 1896
Publication:North Adams, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"..., buying a dozen or more ts, aggregating something like 10.- Republican convention to the The cause of Mrs. Stowe's illness'was the purchasing [congestlon o{ the brain wlth partlal paralysis HarrietBeecher ... CAVF.S IN. HARRIETBEECHERSTOWE. and other -works tif world-wide 000 acres. This he-bought wlth-a. view, reputation, died at her home, 73 Forest of the cultivation of beets. It could street, at noon ... , who was also her medical at- tendant, and other relatives. Her illness was the culmination of a mental derangement from which Mrs. Stowe has suffered for years, tenderly cared for by her two daughters ... . There will be another big celebration July 4th. prevails..."
Date:July 10 1896
Publication:Honolulu, Hawaii, United States of America
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Text:"...for the funeral have been but partially com The services in Hartford will be private and interment will take place in July English papers this morning all have a kindly comment on the death of Harriet Beechor Stowe ... noon yester day Harriot Bencher the famous passed away at her residence in this At her bedside wore throe members of tho Isabollo Boocher her and Harriet a daughter of the Throughout the forenoon ... the friends of Stowe gathered in the waiting for the Death came without a struggle and tho end merely appeared to be a final continuance of the unconscious state into which Stowe lapsed on The arrangements ... Ho will in no case ac cept money where lie cannot..."
Date:July 3 1896
Publication:Atlantic, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...of the national committee who are being talked about In a WbJslJ Indicates their retirement IR favor of the ruling element are of Illinois of Indiana of and of HER NAME WILL LIVE Death Comes to the HarrietBeecher ... of worldwide died at her 73 Forest at noon Wednesday without regaining She passed peacefully nway as though into a deep By her bedside nt the time were her her two her married sister and her husband and Edward ... to The burial will be in the cemetery connected with the Andover theological where Stowes Cal vin and her son Henry aro Short Biography of Stowe was the third daughter and nixth child of Lyman Sho was born ... along a devious line of finally passing in review before the grand stand erected in front of the Brown Palace The..."
Date:July 2 1896
Publication:Oskaloosa, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...will take place in July English papers this morning all have a kindly comment on the death of HarrietBeecherStowe at Hartford Scheduling Sugar Bounty July commis sioner of internal revenue began sched uling ... in the shape of a larger for less than was ever before DEATH OF Famous Authoress Pastes Away at Her Home In July noon yester day HarrietBeecher the famous passed away at her residence in this At her bedside ... were three members of the Isabelle Beecher her and Harriet a daughter of the Throughout the forenoon the friends of Stowe gathered in the waiting for the Death came without a..."
Date:July 8 1896
Publication:Atlantic, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...HarrietBeecherStowe (ions was heralded throughout the world, j acter the news was not received with the j have a Rood many unpleasant tasks ta- usiial indifference that meets the death, ken from his ... the story in hand, and before the opening of the civil war thousands of volumes had been sold. To the publisher it was a book that met the demand resulting from the anti-slavery excitement. To HarrietBeecher ... -p peacefulness as nothing when compared lo the hor rors now being h> ails tocratli capitalistic cos sacks tutting out their nous periodicals. In match fac tones and weaving, sheds. connected men sweated to death ... upon the division is the question.. The nations ear war, but if war is ever excusable, a war that would wipe out..."
Date:July 14 1896
Publication:Honolulu, Hawaii, United States of America
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Text:"...States com- rinercial agent, died the other day at St. Christupher, West Indies. Mi's. HarrietBeecherStowe celebrated ,her 85th birthday at her home in Hart- fojrd, Conn.Va few days ago. Senator John ... -alling, who was found gnilty of the murder of Pearl Bryani fe'as been sentenced to death at It is believed that tbe Marquis de Mores and a large number of his party have been murdered tribes- men. l The Supreme ... advices saj that in a recent bat- tie between the Cubans nnder Gomez and the Spaniards under Castellanos, in the Najasser mountains, 1.300 Spanish troops were killed, wounded and missing, and the column ... Amsterdam Bank in New York city, several days ago, and demand- ed from President Wyckoff. Up- on being refused, he shot Mr. Wyckofl and then shoe himself. Semple..."
Date:July 1 1896
Publication:Wellsboro, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"...at are planning to have him nom- inated for congress should they fail at the national convention. STOWE'S Dispatch to the July burial services over the body of HarrietBeecherStowe will be conducted by Professor ... Smith tomorrow afternoon in the senior chapel ofAndover her .husband was a professor for twelve years The Interment will be in tbe private burying ground of Phillips academy where her body will rest ... decided upon. John Bayley. John Bayley died this afternoon at three aged eighty years. Mr. Bayley was born in R. July and was the son of Edward Bayley. He moved to when a young man and for a numbar of years ... and was known by many in this city as a man of genial disposition and kindly nature. Tbe ..."
Date:July 2 1896
Publication:North Adams, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"....) HARTFORD, July condition of Mrs. Harriet Beeoher Stowe the author- ess, concerning whose recovery from a critical illness great anxiety was felt yes- terday, apparently remained about the same this morning ... possibility that the men are alive but that is all" HARRIETBEECHERSTOWE, The Author of "Dncle Tom's Cabin" and one of America's Host Dis- tinguished Women Passes Away. (Special Dispatch to the Transcript ... Indies say serious fighting has been renewed between the Dutch and the Achinese at the fort- ress of Anakgaloeng. The Achinese lost 112 killed while of the Dutch nine were killed and 89 woanded. SUICIDE ... was broken in two places. None were ..."
Date:July 1 1896
Publication:North Adams, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"...the Epis- copal ritual the funeral services over the body of HarrietBeecherStowe were solemnized. In accordance with the wish of Mrs. Stowe everything in connection with the funeral was devoid of ostenta ... his revolver and fired. The ball missed his assailants, sped acrost a vacant lot and buried itself in the breast of William Rettger, one of the strikers, who was walking through an alley with several ... companions. Eettger was sent to a hospital, where he died in a few minutes. He was a single naan, V5, boarding on Hoadley street, and was a brother of Pitcher Ee_ttger of the Milwaukee baseball club. Patrolman ... received to the Amalgamated scalo Detroit Sted Spring..."
Date:July 4 1896
Publication:Steubenville, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"...in this city oil July HARRIETBEECHERSTOWE The Author of Incle Tom's Cabin Near Death's Door. Conn July 1 Beecher Stovre an urconcions con- dition and may not live U Hours, fc-he is said to be suffering from ... meeting, his purpose had b( en to, if possible, secure instructions for Mr Eland DEPUTY He Death of a Statohouse Clerk. Cot L Mtt O July l Charles H Moore, rlit, well known statistician in the r ..."
Date:July 1 1896
Publication:Steubenville, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"...Commissioner, breaks the list of State nominations and will ne- cessitate a nomination by the State Central Committee. No one suggest- ed yefc. Death, of HarrietBeecherStowe. Today at noon this eminent lady ... ending June 30, there was more of the white metal coined than in the year before, Death, of a Nominee. The deatn on Sunday evening, Patrick McKeown, of Cincinnati, Democratic nominee for Food and Dairy ... , world-wide in her reputatioD, died at her home in Hartford, Conn, aged about 85 years. Known and revered because of being the daugh- ter of Dr Lyman Beecher and sister of Henry Ward Beecher, she will ba ... impulses is placed in control the enterprise will become a precedent; but if a close-fisted fkinflint that had no sympathy for..."
Date:July 1 1896
Publication:Piqua, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"...-Governor "William E. Kussell, of Mas- sachusetts, Colonel John K. Fellows and State Committeeman Hinckley joined the party at Albany. Harriet Bcechcr Stowe's Funeral. HARTFORD, July all the beauty of the full ... Episcopal ritual, the funeral services over the body of Harriet. Bcecher Stowe were solemnized at her late home yesterday afternoon. In accordance with the oft expressed wishes of Mrs. Stowe. everything ... . in order to put at rest reports of a combination by which Governor Matthews would secun; thy vice presidency. Troops Called Out to Suppress Disorder iu Cleveland. ONE OF THE STSIKEES KILLED. Uc Mini by Nuu ... in connection with the funeral was devoid of ostentation, and instead of the..."
Date:July 3 1896
Publication:Frederick, Maryland, United States of America
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Text:"...By Associated Press.] HARTFORD July Harriet Beecber Stow died at noon. The members of the family were at ber bedside. TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES. Bar silver Heilbach, Ichelheimer Co. will ship in gold to Germany to ... , Julv 1. A special from Cairo says the Egyptian government packet liabmaniah from Soakin for Suez, broke a shaft and has been wrecked on a reef. It is feared sixty people are drowned. HarrietBeecher Mtow ... -day and died a few minutes later. many Entombed. By Associated Press.l WILKESBARRB, June The excitement at tbe twin shaft in Fittstoo, where nearly 100 miners am entombed, continues to-day. At the mouth ... the opening of tbe death chamber urging the rescuers to greater efforts. Piacti- cilly nothing has been accomplished towards the recovery of the men. There is..."
Date:July 2 1896
Publication:Reno, Nevada, United States of America
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Text:"...Into Every Language. HARTFORD, Conn., July noon Mrs. Harriet Reecher Stowe, the famous authoress, passed away at her residence in this city. At her bedside were three members of the family, Mrs. Isabella ... the sentiment of the ignited States is manifested in the com presidential election. HARRIET BEECHEK ?TOWE. Stowe were gathered in the room wait- ing for the end. Death came without a struggle and the end merely ... ; of "Uncle Tom's Cabin" has passed under the cloud. Harriet Becehcr Stowe wa? a member of the famous Beecher family, which stands in many re- spects without a rival in history. There were thirteen of IJr ... VO XL HURON, SOUTH DAKOTA, FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1896. NO. 156 has been held that..."
Date:July 3 1896
Publication:Huron, South Dakota, United States of America
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Text:"...Purman. The recent death of that noble wo- lan, Harriet Heochcr Stowe, recalls to mind a part oC a letter that her hus- band is said to have written to her dur- ing a visit Mrs. Stowe was making from home ... and so little of so many things." Mr. Plnwf. who died In Aupust. JSSB. on American educator and thvoloK- inal writer, who held a professorship In Dartmouth ColIecR. Lane Theological Seminary. Rowdiin llw ..."
Date:July 2 1896
Publication:Fort Wayne, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...funeral of Mrs. HarrietBeecherStowe, whose death occurred yesterday afternoon, as the result of a paralytic stroke and congestion of the brain -which oc- curred Sunday last, will be held in tiiis ... and interment will take place in Andover. where relatives of the late autnorress are buried- The services in this city will be private. Mrs. HarrietBeecherStowe was bora at LitchSeld, Conn., on June 14, Isl2 ... all the efforts of auadreds of other anti-slavery ad- vocates. In 1350 the passing oi fugitive law worked so on Mrs. Harriet ..."
Date:July 2 1896
Publication:Middletown, New York, United States of America
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Text:"...in the same manner. Mrs. HarrietBeecherStowe's funeral was held at her late home in Hartford, Conn., and the remains were taken to Andover, Mass., for burial. WEST AND SOUTH. David Meekeson, mayor of Xapolcon ... 30 years a trusted employ t of the import- ing firm of C. A. Auffroordt Co., of New York, said to have sailed for Glasgow with belonging to his employers. Mrs. HarrietBeecherStowe, the gift- ed ... of congress from California, died in Wash- ington. A Vienna professor contends that baldness is a mark of higher .evolution, and French scientist declares that the beels should be higher than the head to Teach ... at the funeral..."
Date:July 8 1896
Publication:Albert Lea, Minnesota, United States of America
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Text:"...Eckels Thinks the Complexion of Sentiment Will Change. McKinley and Hobart have gotten together. A good example for Grover and Adlai. The death of Mrs. HarrietBeecher removes one of the greatest women ... scandal is promised as a result. The ovation to Souator Teller planned by Colorado citizens, will take place at Denver July 4. Two men are reported killed on the Red Lake reservation in a row over a claim ... - illness' and many there are who fail into the abyss of chronic inval- ism, solely from the fact that they do not- know what to do to get well. .For so many-women suffering from diseases pe- cnlisrto ..."
Date:July 3 1896
Publication:Huron, South Dakota, United States of America
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Text:"...the body of HarrietBeecherStowe were solemnized at her late home during the afternoon. [n accordance with the oft expressed wishes of Mrs. Stowe everything in connection with the funeral was devoid ... of an additional paymaster is pensionable under Section 3, act of June 27, 1890. "Where shown that a soldier was sound at enlistment and died in regi- mental hospital, of disease, the exact character and nature ... of the disease not being shown, the testimony being con- flicting, it will be presumed in the ab- sence of evidence to the contrary, that he died of disease contracted iu the service and line of duty. Death ... from Ely of an accident at the Pioneer mine, whereby three men were ..."
Date:July 6 1896
Publication:Huron, South Dakota, United States of America
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Text:".... Harriet Beccher Stowe'Takc Place Tomorrow Andover, July funeral of Har- riot Beechcr SioTve will take place from the senior chapel here tomorrow. Prof. will oftitiate. The bearer? will bo Profs. Moore ... on the Democratic national on committee, chairman of the campaign j and tllc legislature met the fol- committce in tho ensuing national cr.m- I lowiug jnnualy ho was elected to the paigu and on the death of William H ... and Churchill, of the Andover' seminary, and Rev, Dr. Barnes and Dr. Leland ilcrrill. The ruruuiuB will be interred iu the private cemetery, where her husband and son are burlai. JTJEY DISAGREED On tho Question ... , the capital of Bolivia states that a revolution hag broken out at Sucre', a city formerly the capital. Killed by..."
Date:July 3 1896
Publication:Lowell, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"...death ot Mrs. HarrietBeecher BtoB-e rnmovea ono ot tbe Tjcishtest stars from tUe literary firmament of this coun- try.________________ President Ooinpera of the American Feduration of Labor gives Clio ..."
Date:July 2 1896
Publication:Lowell, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:".... Harriet Beocher Stowe was one of tk six children of the lato Lyman Beeche Stowe, who attained eniinenoe in th world letters, She wns born in Litch field, Conn, June. 1811. Her mothe died when she ... lication ever written, known by child for tbe past two generations an translated into several languages. This work was received with the plauc its of the literary world and tho imiE Harriet Beuher Stowe ... blaze in Otis Allen Sons' box shop yesterday, afternoon. It wns extinguished -by the engineer, James Merchant. DEATHS. Maude, aged 45 years, wife oE Frank.Claude, died this morning nt St. John's hospital ... . The funeral will lake place tomorrow afternoon from her nome on Summer street. MoCann, agsd 72..."
Date:July 1 1896
Publication:Lowell, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"...head. a fired the Fatal j; ru- coliecUoiis from spirits and alcohol i'or the .venr ii'uounteg to Mra. Funeral. Hartford, Conn., July a.-The funeral of Mrs. HarrietBeecher Stows was held at her late home ... to Andover, Mess., for interment, this morning. Buruod by Exploding Philadelphia, July the explo- sion of a g-nsoliue lamp in a poolroom at SOS Green street three people weru mirnerl. two of them fiuallv ... 's correspondentat Mctz telegraphs there were ten officers and more than 300 soldiers around the nrst-nnl when tho explosion occurred. Fffty of these were killed outright or fatally injured. There was also a crowd ... of civilians watching the flre at the time and of them vrere killed. DIamacre of Jewn. London. July Daily News publishes, a..."
Date:July 3 1896
Publication:Decatur, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"...and the intellect that Brought out the glow ing lines of Uncle Toms Cabin has pksseii under the cloud HarrietElizabethBeecherStowe the woman was subject to the ills incident to mortality but the genius ... Harriet Beech er Stowe died at noon yesterday Mem bers of the family were at her bedside Mrs Stowe had an attack of congestion tho brain Fridayand Monday she suffered stroke ofparalysis She failed rapidly J ... AngloSaxon blood and there is a vague tradition that they were always is of the class opposed to the Norman ecclesiastics and BESIDEJfCE AT HARTFORD Mrs Stowo Died in favor of an independent church Bo ... judgment as he showed by marrying n talented wom an To whom was born Lyman Beecher at New..."
Date:July 8 1896
Publication:Waterloo, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...national could be above or beyond this usefulness to mankind The death of HarrietBeecherStowe will be mourned by the race for which she did so much and will cause a feel ing of almost personal bereavement ... in republic was sounded Upon this one work the fame of HarrietBeecherStowe rests and it is enough She herself did not regard it as her worthiest literary effort but measured by its effects whoever produced ... Sept 4 to 11 struck a tree in J O Blougeers front yard at Perry last week and killed 62 English sparrows which were roosting in its branches at Dubuque a starving dog was taken from under one ..."
Date:July 3 1896
Publication:Waterloo, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...the Si Perkins There is no monopoly shout this A good meal at Hotel Tibbitts for 25 This rate is intended for home HarrietBeecherStowe who gained immortal fame as the author of Uncle Toms Uabin died July ... of Cole of and Gutherie of operated on his which they found to be depressing the but despite all they could do for the unfortunate he passed away at 1 oclock Sunday July Benaiab Farnum was born in Cayuaga ... be hind the right Death must have been almost although she bled most At about this time she went up to her room her little a bright and winsome child eight years to dress her for the of July she having been ... and the last sad burial rites of a loved husband and father of this af flicted and bereaved Ringlings circus at West Union..."
Date:July 9 1896
Publication:Sumner, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...the names ol Mrs. HarrietBeecherStowe, the writer ol Cnclc Tom's Cabin; Rear- :mni. "THE MOTHER OF MEN" Photograph of Mrs. Kexeth by Colonel Knn VICE-ADMIRAL I .OR I) WALTER KERR Emm ... a photograph by Window and Grove THE LATE MAJOR BERRYM AN From a photograph by Lafayette THE LATE MRS. HARRIETBEECHERSTOWE THE LATE MR. JAMES BROWN ... a photograph l.y Walery Mrs. Keveth, and she has expressed a desire to have poi trails ol the sons as well. Viee-Admiral Lord Walter Kerr takes the omiinand in the N'aval M anu'iivres. On the death roll appear ..."
Date:July 11 1896
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:".... HA.RTFOKD, July With the Epis- copal ritual the funeral services over the body of HarrietBeecher solemnized. In accordance with the wish of Mrs. Stowe everything in- connection with the funeral ... the police and soldiers. The feeling againsr Mayor McKissou and his cabinet is bitter. The body of William Rettgar, who was killed, was removed to his father's home on Hoadlay street and many of his old fellow ... -workmen came to view the remains. Many shed tears, but when the men left the house and saw the bluecoafcn they cursed and many a threatening remark was passed. The funeral of Rettgar will take place from ... reiterated his oft repeat- ed statement that Mrs. Pollard was murdered by a white man. Death..."
Date:July 4 1896
Publication:Piqua, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"...of Harriet Beech- er Stowe. VRTFOKD, CONN., July "frs HarrietBeecherStowe died at COMING VICE PRESIDENT Visits His Chief at His Home. CANTON, July ernor MeKinley drove to the station today to personally meet ... , has a compound fracture of the leg by fall- ing from his bicycle. Weather Report slightly warmer to- night; Thursday partly cloudy, pos- sibly showers in the northern por- tion afternoon or night. Death ... stay at Battle Creek. The funeral of Lieut Commander Eugene B Thomas was largely at- tended this morning. The remains were laid to rest at Riverside ceme- tery. The little son of Mr and Mrs David Ziegler ... of South Mulberry street died last night aged..."
Date:July 1 1896
Publication:Piqua, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"...was said to have sailed for Glasgow with belonging to his HarrietBeecher the gift ed authoress of Uncle Toms Cabin and other works of worldwide reputa died at her homo in aged 84 At Niagara Falls E a high ... himself in the same HarrietBeecher Stowes funeral was held at her late home in and the remains were taken to for On a bicycle Arthur Smith rode from Chicago to New York in 142 hours and breaking the record ... of the value of us fol lows Gold of the value of pieces of the value of minor pieces of the value of a former member of congress from died in Wash The new national party executive committee announces that its ... nominated John Me and adopted a platform indorsing the work of the national In Cleveland one was ..."
Date:July 9 1896
Publication:Monticello, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...published as Murdered nt a I the leading July j stoweH I a wealthy stockman of this atj funeral of 148 hours and 15 between j temled u clanoe at upside Saturday of Harriet lieecher Stowe was held JOHN New ... John vice chairman secretary treasurer Hel en John Lloyd Thomas and i Over Persons Attend the Exercise In July the funeral of William the striker killed at the Brown hoisting who it is thought ... have rights under the AGREE Men ON A A FAMOUS LIFE MLNOR JMEWS Death at of Har riet Beeoher A Brief Synopsis of the Life of the Gifted Woman Who Gave to the World the Great Novel Uncle Toms July Har riet ... Beecher the gifted author ess of Uncle Toms Dred and other works of worldwide died at her 73 Forest at noon Wednesday without regaining She..."
Date:July 8 1896
Publication:Marion, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...produced has finished her life work and the intellect that wrought out the glow ing lines of Uncle Toms Cabin has passed under the cloud HarrietElizabethBeecherStowe the woman was subject to the ills ... Their Duty as They Saw of Years and Well Beloved She la no More but Her Memory Will Live for All Life and Itu Work HARTFORD July Harriet Beech er Stowe died at noon yesterday Mem bers of the family were at her ... AT HAKTFORD Where Mrs Stowe Died in favor of an independent church Be that as it may the ancestor of our Beech ers left England among tho flrst and lo cated at New Haven in 1038 The fourth in descent from him ... was David Beecher a blacksmith and man of good judgment as lie showed by marrying a..."
Date:July 2 1896
Publication:Waterloo, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...to maintain order HarrietBeecherStowe well known as the author of who was stricken with congestion of the brain and paralysis on the died at her home in Hartford Conn on the 1st When Senator Teller returned ... was reached on the east Ira living in township near Sweetland creek in county found a cow and three heifers lying dead in his stock yard near a wire fence they having been killed by lightning during the storm ... with a revolver a few days ago and then killed herself When the door of her room was broken open she was found to be dead but the tle girl was alive but unconscious and the attending physicians think ... that with careful treatment the child will recover Mrs husband died about three years ago and since time she had been..."
Date:July 9 1896
Publication:Perry, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...Beecher Stowewere solemnized. In accordance with the wish of Mrs. Stowe everything in connection with the funeral was devoid of ostenta- tion, and instead of the customary crepe on the door was a wreath ... and the Atlanta Steel and Tin Plate company. FUNERAL OF MRS. STOWE. A Number of Colored People Are Among Those Who View Remains. HARTFORD, July the Epis- copal ritual the funeral services over the body of Harriet ... ' I'm gittin all Five minutes later, just as the young man seemed on the point of leaving, Sue kindly inquired: "Killed any possums lately, "Nary he replied as he stared ai his boots. "I can't abide ... of colored people being among them. Burial services will be held at An- dover..."
Date:July 3 1896
Publication:Newark, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"...ai, During Early Womanhood. HARTFOKD, July noon Mrs. HarrietBeecherStowe, the famous au- thoress, passed away at her residence in this city. At her bedside, were three REVENUE COLLECTOR CAUGHT. Ten ... Hooker, her husband, Dr. Hooker, and HarrietStowe, a daughter of the authoress. Throughout the forenoon friends of Mrs. Stowe were gathered in a room waiting for the end. Death came with- out a struggle ... the last fiscal year. Mrs. HarrietStowe, author of Uncle Tom's Cabin, died at Hartford. James Eobinson, a pearl diver, found an pearl in Stoner creek near Pans. Ky. Mrs. Elizabeth Taylor of Providence ... OF ..."
Date:July 2 1896
Publication:Newark, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"...BeecherStowe died at noon July aged; 64. The members of the family were at her bedside. Her death not unexpected, as she had been gradually failing for a long time. She was the author of Uncle Tom's Cabin ... , Ohio, accepted the proposition of therail- companies to construct, elevated tracks through the city, also to build a nnvm railroad station at a cost of not less than HarrietBeecher Stowc Dead. Harriet ... per cent, ad valorem as special tax. Planted His Farm Money. Hobert Harvey, one of the oldest citi- zens of Hendrieks County, Indiana, died last Friday night. Just before his death he muttered something ... about his buried..."
Date:July 10 1896
Publication:Renwick, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:".... Her "Uncle Tom's Cabin" Gave Her Lasting Fame. REMARKABLE WOMAN Sister of Henry Ward Beecher, the Great Preacher. HABTFORD, Conn., July HarrietBeecherStowe died at noon to-day at her home on Forest ... . 32 Bast Berry Street. No Plaet No Membership Pee. Call at office for particulars of oor HAKTUETT BEECHEE STOWE. Harriett ElizabethBeecher was born at Litchfield, June 14th, 1812. She was a member ... street. To the surprise of her physicians, she rallied a little during the night and at 10 o'clock this morning her condition was slightly improved. Soon after, she began sinking, and died as above stated ... ., July S. Merola, who shot and ..."
Date:July 1 1896
Publication:Fort Wayne, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...Officer William Allingham atNeW York City Thegold reserve now stands at General Lawton of died at Clifton of paralysis The remains of HarrietBeecher taken tb for the Yale crew defeated four of the Boat ... rounds to a ttt Cleveland Charles Thomas and Johnson Mofcfeill quarreled over 3 cents at aud Thomas shot and killed the othoi4 Jim while abused his wife at and she killed hinrwith nn ax Avhile ho slept ... unknown men stole a locomotive of the Ohootaw road at L and ran It to Chootaw making their escape from there into the July Nebraska Republicans nominated John MacColl for governor Harriet BeeoherStowe died ... Cramer were killed in tho Pioneer mine at being crushed under a owing to tho tim ber support giving wnytA bntUe be bween strikers and..."
Date:July 9 1896
Publication:Malvern, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...their enthusiasm, cometimesj car- ries theni too far. In the Internal use of water ho prohibits all alcholic drinks. Dealli of u Famous AVomnn. The death of HarrietBeecher 'i announced by telegraph today.' The rr ... were not prominent, Repiiblicons could count on a rousing majority in Novem- ber. The woods are full of protection- ists- Free trade 'has just now very little place in the- sympathy of those who ..."
Date:July 1 1896
Publication:Oakland, California, United States of America
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Text:"...of the full Episcopal ritual the funeral services over the body of HarrietBeecher Stowo were solemnized at her late home during the In accordance with the oft expressed wishes of Stowe everything in connection ... As a result of Saturdays cabinet meeting the Second battalion of the Kings Royal now at has been ordered to the Cape of Good July is troubled by horse Five men were killed and 14 injured by an explosion ... social He attacks the theory that crime is a disease in a medi cal claiming that 82 per cent of criminals are in good FUNERAL OF Services Very Simple In Accordance With Her DCS July all the beauty ... with the funeral was devoid of Only relatives and close friends of the distinguished authoress were Burial services will be held at An..."
Date:July 8 1896
Publication:Algona, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...have it this morning that Harriet Betcher Stowe died at her home in Her age was 84 years Robinson died at bis homo in the west part of town Wednesday night at about twelve Funeral at 2 WilliJ of Oregon ..."
Date:July 2 1896
Publication:Humboldt, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...aged waa hardware mer Tbe funeral of HarrietBeecherStowe occurred at the The service were There were six heat prostrations at the one ot that of Frederick an old The Mercury was 89 The match race ... knocked aside and the only Injury was a slight scalp HarrietBeecher the gift The 8trike at the Brown Hoisting Uncle Toms Cabin Bt National Convention To be selected ai their presidential candidate ... Jes sie fcelso and Sadie Seese and John Samson were drowned In the Missis sippi river at George Victor Erlckson and Frank Cramer were killed by the cavlngln ot a mine at Flames destroyed Ryans packing ... THE aged and killed wife end then committed sul cide at New Unfaith fulness on the part of the wife was given..."
Date:July 9 1896
Publication:Humboldt, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...SUMMARY Death of Mrs Harriet Boccher Stowe iLltlitninifstarts forest flrea near Helena Fatal stabbing affray at a church in In diana Labor riot at Cleveland and West view O Great demonstration at Denver ... Starving1 to Death New York July cllspatah to the Hwnia from Athuns says Deputy Scou loiull a friend of the and of Marino under Triemipis has t it yi to express tho wish of nil GreoUs K 1 Mould The last ... these people are AvinK or are In immediate danger oi death or mAsaacro are not askingmoney said he but hunmnitarlau The Peruvian Revolution New York July dispatch to the Herald from Buenos Ayres says A cor ..."
Date:July 2 1896
Publication:Salt Lake City, Utah, United States of America
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Text:"...permit them to But tho World ought to be published in Hong Kong There is cheapness labor from lour to twelve centw a day all kinds of food Just after passing the eightyfifth milestone of life Harriet ... BeecherStowe yesterday folded htr bonds and fell into her final sleep She ivas born June 11 The chief public interest in Mrs Stowe came through her receiving one great inspiration and having the ability ... the number of dead below and only saying that those men died as brave soldiers of the republic EDITORIAL PITH To say we will hav silver there is m international Is Kko we have prohibition the salooii imn ... MENTION The death of who oiurts defoatod Lincoln for tno United remiixls us how rapidly liistory hivs bftn in this country in a single grejwation Abraham Liinooln would lx no..."
Date:July 2 1896
Publication:Salt Lake City, Utah, United States of America
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Text:"....SUIVILIJj. Sraothport, 1'n.. April IMli. MRS. HARRIET BBECHEK STOWE died at her homo in Hartford, Conn., on Wednesday, at the ad- vanced ago of SO years. EVEN the" corn has heard of the of McKinlay and is It appears ... a majority is 45, and of tho can be dug up. If this man had been hungry or cold and had stolen a meal, or a coat, ho might have _ died in prison before the pardon rigid Like I860, if the truth must be told ... shouting to the people, "We will re- onact the McKinley Bill. We will restore the duty on wool. We will secure prosperity to the country by maintaining tbe gold standard and by passing high tariff laws ... explosions, and nbout six- ty men were buried behind a wall of fin- and earth or crushed beneath tons of rnck. Rescue was impossi- ble, although..."
Date:July 3 1896
Publication:Smethport, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:".... HarrietBeecherStowe died at noon to-day at her home on .Forest street. To the surprise of her physicians, she rallied a little during the night and at 10 o'clock this morning her condition waa slightly ... improved. Soon after, she began sinking, and died as above stated. The members of her family were by her bedside. JIAJIUIETT BEEOHER STOTTE. Harriett ElizabethBeecher was bom at Lttobfleld, Oonn., June 14th ... learned, that forty-two men were killed instead of seven as reported hist night and that lOf others were badly of Henry Ward Beecher, the Great Justice of tho Peace Arrested-Dilksis Not Conn., July lire ... conductors would take up tickets tut not punch them...."
Date:July 1 1896
Publication:Fort Wayne, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...- gage in Conflict in Ohio. Death of Mrs. HarrietBeecherStowe at Hertford Today. Reunited Sections. July 1 Gen. Gordon called the convention of United Con- federate veterans to order this morning ... of the resolutions committee indicates that the St. Louis platform be adopted without dissent. Mrs. Beecher Stowe Dead. July Beecher Stowe died at noon. The mem- bers of the family were at the bedside. Cleveland ... -10 of one per cent. An Explosion. Metz. July -were killed and 14 injured by an explosion in the arsenal near Fort Moselle WHAT'S THE The Leader Makes Answer to Thin Uni- versal Question. Tbe status ... stone quarries. No one was killed as far as known. Many have sore heads as a result of a hand-to- hand conflict. The strikers approach-..."
Date:July 1 1896
Publication:Davenport, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...The death of Harriet Heccher Stowe removes one of the best known ladies of this Hut Undo Toms Cabin did more to educate the world to the wrongs of human slavery than anything Sho was one of the greatest nnd ..."
Date:July 10 1896
Publication:Greenville, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"...WAS THEIR FRIEHI. Colored Polk in Cincinnati do Honor to Harriet Beecber Stowe's Memory. j By Associated Press to The Tribune. CINCINNATI, July 15 col, red people at Union Baptist Cnurch he d a large memorial ... meeting in honoi of HarrietBeecher Stone She wrote Uncle Tom's Cabin here, spent her early life whpn her father was President of the Lane he- ologteil Seminary and was mar -ied here, Professor Stowe being ... 'a Funeral. Maaiy of thf late Mrs. EBI her M. Klefer gathered thus morwlng at the residence of her son-in-law, John W, de, IHOneV-Dack tea. to pair ttoeb- teat tribute to the dt ad. j Rev. Dr. Payne ... ad is unpardonable to that's why we do riot do it "We merely want to ze the -xcellence of solicit your patr mage The Whitney Transfer Co 972 1 [roadway1. Telephone..."
Date:July 15 1896
Publication:Oakland, California, United States of America
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Text:"...in saying is that Hurley will not pay her half toward the completion of the bridge We had expected as much from Hurley Kirs HarrietBeecherStowe author df Uncle Toms Cabin died at her residence at Hartford ..."
Date:July 4 1896
Publication:Ironwood, Michigan, United States of America
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Text:"...to Jttrs. Stone's Funeral. Hartford, Conn., July funeral of Mrs. HarrietBeecherStowe was held at her late home in this city at five o'clock Thursday afternoon. The serv- ices uere of the simplest character ... of tlic Jefferson Davis memorial monument. Immediately upon the adjournment of tlie conven- tion hint die the line of procession (o Monroe park, where the monument will be creeled, was formed. There we ... -v men in line and witnessed the parade, which washeade'i by (ien. Gordon, and had in its ranks hcu-ral u ell-Known surviving heroes of the C. S. A. column included even branch of the military service ... by consulta- tions with inioming delegates, upon whom this lilna Is Impicssutl. I'lii-ce Men ..."
Date:July 3 1896
Publication:Stevens Point, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"...think of our prlcat: A fiiil Biiliiii Suit, T01E! Flint REST, Funeral of the T.nte Mrg. Harriet lieeclio Stowe Yesterday. Hartford, July 3. The funeral o Mrs. Harriet lieecher Stowe was heli at her late ..."
Date:July 3 1896
Publication:Trenton, New Jersey, United States of America
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Text:"...Sketch at the Author of lorn'i Cabin" At One Time Molt Prominent Woman in the World. "Uucle the Hartford, -Fiily 9 The funeral Mrs. Harriet Keecher Stowe, whose diath occurred yesterday afternhon ... - worked so on Mrs. HarrietBeecher Btpwe's .sym- pathy that sheNresolved to in a book some oi the horrors of slavery. Her main idea for the book was gathered from .a magazine ac- count of the escape ... the bladder, kidnevs, back and every part ol the urinary pas- in male or female. It relieves retention of water and pain In passing it almost immediately. If you want quick relief and cure this is your remedy ... , as the result of a paraflytic stroke and congestion of the brain which oc- (.111 red Sunday last, will be held in this city and ..."
Date:July 2 1896
Publication:Trenton, New Jersey, United States of America
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Text:"...larnet ElizabethBeecherStowe died at noon today Mia Stowe was the daughter of the Beecher and wife of Prof ialvin She waa born at LitcJi- icld, Conn June 15, 1812 In eirly life she na1) a teacher. SJifl ... day of the trial of Patrick J Claucj for_ charged with the death of William Flan- nery, on St. Patrick's day, In Clancy's Montgomery street saloon, commenced in lleicer Court ut ten o'clock this moin ... which death came Counsel for defense wanted to know the theory of the State. Whether Clancy had anything In his hand at the time, or whether he simply hit the man with his list. Prosecutor Stockton re ... doubt leis sorry he killed the man. HH anger was rased at the awakening of tnt Ijaby and the refusal of Flannery to leave the ialoon..."
Date:July 1 1896
Publication:Trenton, New Jersey, United States of America
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Text:"..., be tho monetary plank in the platform what it may. Mrs. Harriet Beeeher Stowe died at her home in Hartford, Conn., on Tuesday lust. She was the ntithur of many books, but gained fame 1 principally through ... . UNDERTARERSEMBALMERS AND FUNERAL DIRECTORS, SPECIAL CLUU 11ATKS. TUB TwiCK-A-WEKK AMEUICAX, Wltll any of thu following iiameil jourimls, will be sen: one venr, lo sepaiate :ul- if desireil, at the prices givuu iu ..."
Date:July 4 1896
Publication:Denton, Maryland, United States of America
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Text:"...ever since to write the message so as to make it the full ten words." IIAIUUET STOWE'S UKTTEB. The last thing written by Mrs. HarrietBeecherStowe, only a lew days before her death, was a loving ... it will be pub- .ished in fiic simile.. It reflects the beauti- ful nature of the gifted authoress, and by ler death has become her last message to ,he American public. THE NEW SCJHOOI, IHJJLDINO. Some Irish Bulls ... alarmed, came to the margin of the hole and called out, "Arab, 1'at, are ye killed entirely II ye're dead, spake." Pat reassured him from tho bottom by saying in answer, "No, Tim, I'm not dead, but I ... to another. his companion, "a great many have died this year that never..."
Date:July 14 1896
Publication:Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:".... SAEEIET BEBOHEE STUWE the Famous Authored Whose IMteoun Story Has Cauned Thousands to Weep Passes Peacefully Surrounded by Her Iler Lire at Cincinnati During Early Womanhood. July noon. Mrs. HarrietBeecher ... IforKiie'nCanibridee.Oliio.bv.lOilN M.OCil'.H.'Mid THAT WORKS WCPKS CLEAN HOUSE WITH SAPOLIO HARRIET BECCHER STOWE. members of the Mrs. Isabella Boocher her Dr. anil Harriot a daughter of the authoress ... PASSING SHOW Come to It. See Every purchase made of us is a stepping stone nearer the goal Every transaction is a bargain therefore a jnoney saving ment. Low coupled with big is the combination ... satisfaction We don't want it. We try to make Fair and square deals that brings you back to us. W. H. H. McHyar Old Red Tlie Cyclist's Necessity. POND'S CURE BEPOSE OF DEATH. The..."
Date:July 9 1896
Publication:Cambridge, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"...corren- secretary, Rev. Mr. RWVCB; Attorney for order, C.H. Woods; R N. E. S. Willet. The name of the order was changed to the Afro-American league. A resolution was passed on the death of Mrs. Harriet ... BeecherStowe, author of "Uncle Tom's Cabin." The other features of the program were car- ried out. Arnold detectives on Sunday arrested Harry Arnold, of Steamboat Rock, Iowa, charged with robbery ... they will spend a, month. Frank Anshutz has returned to his home in Shenandoah, having been called here by the death of his mother. Mrs W T Clark expects to leave this week for' Lake Okoboji where she will spend ... , death ana en-j lowrnent benefits. Address Be- nevolent Association, St. Louis, Mo. SPRATT'S DOG CAKE and medicine at Livingstone' s_Seedj3tore.________U-oO-lm..."
Date:July 6 1896
Publication:Des Moines, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...could be above or beyond this usefulness to mankind The death of HarrietBeecherStowe will be mourned by the race for which she did so much and will cause a feel ing of almost personal bereavement ... and to the northerner those deeds are involved in obloquy HARRIETBEECHERSTOWE Ripe tu years and rich in fame Har riet Beecher passed from this life in which she had played u and most useful part says the Omaha Among ... was sounded Upon this one work the fame of HarrietBeecherStowe rests and it is enough She herself did not regard it as her worthiest literary effort but measured by its effects who ever produced anything ... toached..."
Date:July 8 1896
Publication:Waterloo, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...they go.________ Mrs. HarrietBeecherStowe.the author of '-Uncle Tom's Cabin" and many other good works, died at her home in Hart- ford, Conn., last Monday, She was born June 14, 1811, The State Journal ... of Sherry, one nf the oldest settlers In thv.t ttwn, died Tuesdav evening of dropsy. __EYiii houses on 4th street, known as the Bass cottages. Kn- quire r.t the First Nat.ioiml 29lf interested ... Ron of Fred A. Cook, of Unity was buried at his fathers honiv lust Saturday. Deceased was n k.bright young man of summers and Uked by all who knew him. His death is a sad blow to his parents and family ... was suddenly stricken with paralysis early las! week and died on Friday. He wos foundjy- ing upon the..."
Date:July 3 1896
Publication:Marshfield, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"...of HarrietBeecherStowe marks the passing- away of one of the grandest characters in American his- tory. She was a daughter of Rev. Ly- ra an Beecher and a sister to Henry Ward Beecher. She was born June 14 ... proportions altogether, to Inquire into the market price of gold 1n the several with which we shall be principally in com- merce, and to an average from There is no occasion, so far as Wells DEATH OF KENDALL ... selected him for rency r.ot kept at the standard, but every word supplies to a depreciated coin currency, and every word snritea the declaration that ''any; that vention. to nwre wlthotxt at same Th-3 death ... , 3S12. Her mother died when she was 4 years old. Her home was thereafter ait Guilford, Conn., with her errand- mother...."
Date:July 2 1896
Publication:Des Moines, Iowa, United States of America
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Birth:June 14 1811 - Litchfield, Connecticut, USA
Death:July 1 1896 - Hartford, Connecticut, USA
Parents:Lyman Beecher, Roxanna Foote
Husband:Calvin Ellis Stowe
Children:Charles Edward Stowe, Eliza Tyler Stowe, Frederick William Stowe, Georgianna May Stowe, Harriet Isabelle Stowe, Henry Ellis Stowe, Samuel Charles Stowe
Siblings:Henry Ward Beecher, Isabella Beecher
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