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James Philip Eagle
Birth: Aug 10 1837 - Maury County, TN, USA
Death: Dec 20 1904 - Little Rock, Pulaski, AR, USA
Parents: James Eagle and Charity Swain
Partner: Mary Kavanaugh Oldham
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Text:"...in this He entered the army as a Since the war Bashford had been a resident of New LITTLE JamesEagle died after an illness of three for orty years grain died here of eart Lyons was 75 years of go and one ... of n highgrade THE RIDGWAYTHAYER Union New m fjri m ExOfficer Is Now a Was Threatening a Woman When Taken Into in Falling Brick Crashed 7 lo Death Another Disaster Follows That of Big Last Week in Min ... in charge at San when In a insanity he killed a He was then takento but his malady was pronounced cured after a and he was He was a deputy again under exSheriff He broke but again and spent another term ... that the King would another to the French DEATHS OF ONE Rich ard bishop of the Roman Catholic diocese of ..."
Date:Dec 21 1904
Publication:Salt Lake City, Utah, United States of America
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Text:".... He serxed three terms as member ol the Illinois legislature. Ex-Goy. James P. Eagle is dead at ' Mie Rock, Ark., after an illness ol iliree weeks. He was governor of Ar-kansas from 1SK9 to ISO". He had ... .'ie pretences. It wa.s a]iege
Date:Dec 23 1904
Publication:Farmland, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...on his arrival in New York from Paris. Friends of the physician are trying to find bondsmen. James P. Eagle died at Uttle Rock, Ark., after an illness of three weeks. He was governor of Arkansas fsom 1889 ... confidently expected to secure a unanimous verdict of acquittal, fainted on tearing the result It is possible she may not be tried again. The Pulajanes have ambushed and killed at Dolores, on the island of Sa ... -mar, a lieutenant and 37 enlisted men of the Thirty-eighth company of native SCOUtSw , Boss Garrett shot and killed Special Officer Gideon Matthews, at Sanders-yille, Ga., while resisting arrest because of a refusal ... of the press in Servia. Sam Briggs, founder of the Mystic Shriners, and one of the best known masons in the country, ..."
Date:Dec 31 1904
Publication:Goodland, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:".... A disastrous storm which suddenly ^ _________________________________James P. Eagle died at Little Rock, buret^in the Northern coast of Portugal I Ark., after an illness of three week He^ „ . has caused great ... had con-fidentlv expected to secure a unanimous Verdict of acquittal, tainted on tearing the re.sult. It is possible she mav not be tried again. The Puiajanes have ambushed and killed at Dolores ... , on the island of Sa-niar, a li'Uienant and 37 enlisted men of the Thirty-eighth company of native scouts.. Boss Garrett shot and killed Special Officer Gideon Matthews, at Sanders-vilie, Ga., while resistinj ... abolished freedom of the press in Servia. Sam Briggs, founder of the Mystic Bhriners, and one of the best known masons in the country, ..."
Date:Dec 31 1904
Publication:Goodland, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...-control, and the prosecution failed to confuse her. Gen. Leonard Wood, in a report to the war department, says that the Mo-ros are generally peaceful, and their power in the Philippines broken. Former Co v. James P. Eagle ... Herald, died in Los Angeles, Cal., on the 18th. Senator Berry presented in the senate, on the 15th, a memorial from the Cherokee nation asking that Indian territory be allowed a delegate in con ... authorizing Senor Ojeda, the Spanish minister at Washington, to sign an arbitration treaty with the United States. Three persons are known to have been killed'-^nd five others seriously injured, on the 15th ... . by the collapse jof a^uspension bridge across the Elk river at Charleston, W. Va. Mrs. Mary Andrews Clark, mother of Senator William A. Clark, of Montana, ..."
Date:Dec 23 1904
Publication:Winslow, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...the mine acted as a sort of flue and drew into the drift the heat and smoke from the thus suffocating the whose escape was shut off by the fire at the ExGovernor Little JamesEagle died here Tuesday after ... in Connecticut for President Robbers Get Sioux a miniug town in Adams two men blew tie safe in the store of Marlette and got away with which had been deposited tnere for safety by stock Death of Woman Mary Ann one ... of the bestknown temperance workers and woman suf Iragiits in is dead at her home She was born Warren la Memorial Chapel Hay memorial given to Westminster school by Secretary in memory 01 his Afielbert was burned ... study of the precedents in such cases led to the conclusion that the plan decided on would be entirely Souvenir Proves Thomas Barnes was ..."
Date:Dec 29 1904
Publication:Eldora, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...terms as member ol the Illinois legislature. Ex-Gov. James P. Eagle is dead at t ttle Rock, Ark., after an illness ol three weeks. He was governor of Arkansas from 1889 to 1892. He had been president ... , eastbound, on the Chicago, Burlington &Quincy railroad, was wrecked two miles west of Bristol, 111. Oscar Johnson, fireman, was killed and Engineer John Cowdrey was probably fatally injured. The grand ... that they organized fictitious corporations. E. E. Mangum was shot and killed by Prof. J. E. Woodward at Magee, Miss., where Woodward is principal of the high school. Mangum remonstrated with Woodward because ... an illness of four days with pneumonia. Three persons were killed and several injured, two fatally, in a fire in a..."
Date:Dec 22 1904
Publication:Warren, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"...by turning on all the gas jets. He served three terms as member of the Illinois legislature. Ex-Gov. James P. Eagle is dead at Little Rock, Ark., after an illness of three weeks. He was governor of Arkansas ... , a well known resident of Bellevue, died Monday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. J. J. Morgan at Peru. Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Gillett went to Peru a few weeks ago to spend the winter. The deceased formerly ... resided in Clyde and the remains will probably be interred there. A Kentucky man is reported to nave tired of his wife and traded her off for an accordion. The music of her voice could have not been very ... the recent accident on board that vessel in which the death of several men was caused by the blowing off of a gasket. Money enough to buy a box of Pills? Then be..."
Date:Dec 21 1904
Publication:Norwalk, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:".... 20.—Former Governor James P. Eagle died here to day. To Respect Ashley’s Memory. NEW YORK, Dec. 19.—President Ramsey * f the Wabash railroad to-day Issued an order that all work on the road be stopped ... aifvaya bern generous in giving her money. The witness said that the day before he died Young had told her that he was afraid his wife would either kill him or Miss Patterson, but furtnrr on she testified ... .—This wus the day before he died? A.—Yes; hi said she was armed. Q.—Did he say she would slay him put him out of th°! way? A.—No. ti.—Why did you tell the jury, then, that the day before he ried he said he ... LIKE EGG SHELL. Eight People Were Instantly Killed While a Number of Others Sustained Injuries. MINNEAPOLIS. Minn....."
Date:Dec 20 1904
Publication:Burlington, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...the gallins cn»ss-flre of the usistaDt district attorney. Iwt tHe aeoused actiMi provtft » SMrvd of ■»itHxatwi, mA On J'ormer Gov. James P. Eagle, of Arkansas, died on the 19th. The czar of Russia has ordered ... . Cassie L. Chadwick was brought into the bankruptcy court at Cleveland, O., on the 20th, in the bankruptcy proceedings against her, but was excused from testifying because of illness.CUERENT TOPICS.THE HEWS ... $1,000,000 less than the bill passed by the last congress, which carried $1,000,000 less than that of the preceding one. The death is announced, in Boston, of Henry O'Meara, for many years a Boston ... , and Mrs. Boland was burned to death, and her daughter, Nellie, so badly burned, in efforts to save her mother, that she may die.The faeulty of..."
Date:Dec 30 1904
Publication:English, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:".... Eagle, former governor of Arkansas, died at his home here, Tuesday, after a Ungering illtMss. PROF. CHA8 P. NEILU Who will aeon succeed Carroll D. Wright as United States commfsslonet of labor. He Is now ... not listen «0 ble wiie'e advice. "Up to the time my mother died," the erltneee said, "my father complained that hie home wee a hell. He said that he didn't like-my mother and that he wished ehe wee dead ... morning. Barclay became rational for a time and aald he bad been sent to an Insane hospital by Judge Mc-Cann. He remembered that his wife and daughter were killed fn Chicago ana said they were run over ... a young man in the *mouroful" business came down here with his employer to meet a funeral party and aa he entered the sheds a few steps (n the rear..."
Date:Dec 21 1904
Publication:Indianapolis, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:".... FORMER GOVERNOR DEAD. Little Rock, Ark., Dec. Governor James P. Eagle died here to- day. THREE CHARGES AGAINST W. MAYS. Jury Hearing Case Before Justice of the Pence Kceler. William Mays is being tried ... , shot and instantly killed his foreman, Johnson Rushing, at the lat- ter's home, ten miles west of this city. Rushing had been in Currey's employ for several years, and they had always been the best ... company, and one of the wealth- iest men of Peoria, died last evening following a three weeks' illness due to a general breaking down. Besides being president of the Kins- man company, he was president ... of the Illinois National bank, the Peoria Cord- age company, and the National Hotel company. Mr Kinsman was largely re- sponsible for the industrial growth Peoria. He began with..."
Date:Dec 20 1904
Publication:Decatur, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"....-'The funeral place Friday morning at- 11 o'clock from the Unitarian _ehurch of Montclair. Obituary Notes. Ei-Gov. JAMES F.' EAGLE died in Little Rock, Ark., after an, Illness of three weeks. He was Governor ... of 64 West TTth Tork -Henry Lawrence Underbid or eon, N..T. DIED. nly to Chicago listeners 'vwere the Governing 1'Jth, ot M., and to bring with me my books. I appeared before the Govern- ing Committee ... . Since then, he has lived in the .Lawrence house, but no one knew of the wedoins until yesterday .afternoon. The bride's father, Joseph A. Lawrence, died several years ago. She haa two sisters :who ... are married. About a year ago her mother" died. After..."
Date:Dec 21 1904
Publication:New York, New York, United States of America
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Text:"...will be Inaugu ratedvice Four men were killed and their bodies terribly mangled as the result of a boiler explosion at the sawmill of Red line near JamesEagle died at Little af tsr an Illness of three He ... Lady which sailed from Tsiugtao with am munition and reached Port Arthur during a The Hay memorial chapel given to Westminster school at by Secretary in memory of his Adelbert was The estimated at John ... of the horticultural department at Iowa state agricultural and one of the most widelyknown poinologists In the died at San Officials of many Industrial concerns In and about Plttsburg are searching for they wish to put ... Alexander Dowie asserts he has in property at ZIon City and denies that he is in financial Warrenand his War and Edward..."
Date:Dec 30 1904
Publication:Humboldt, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...will be inaugtt-rated vice president. Four men were killed and their bodies terribly mangled as the result of a boHer explosion at the sawmill of B. F. Red-line near Rohrsburg, Pa. James P. Eagle died at Little ... ,078. Roosevelt received over all 1,71G,768 votes, and over Parker, 2,547,578. In 1900, McKinlay had 467,040 more than aill the other cf.ndidates, and 859.984 moi'e than Bryan. The death is announced of Henry ' O ... ., and was instantly killed. He ■was 60 years old. The United States snprjme court has adjourned until January 3 for the Chri¿t-mast holidays. President Harper, of ;be University of Chicago, angered by newspaper guesses ... and the ■world's silver. Nan Patterson, on the witness stand, denied that she killed..."
Date:Dec 29 1904
Publication:West Lebanon, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...will be inaugurated vice president. Four men were killed and their bodies terribly mangled as the result of a boiler explosion at the sawmill of B. F. Red-line near Rohrsburg, Pa. James P. Eagle died at Little Rock ... in the Indian ocean seems near at hand. MISCELLANEOUS. Mrs. Cassie L. Chad wick was brought Into court at Cleveland in the bankruptcy proceedings against her, but was excused from testifying because of illness ... . The steamer Lady Mitchell, which .sailed from Tsingtao with supplies, ammunition and dynamite, reached Port Arthur during a snowstorm. The Hay memorial chapel given to Westminster school at Slmsbury, Conn., 1>y ... were killed, and 15 persons were Injured. Fire in Columbus, O., destroyed prop arty and stocks valued at..."
Date:Dec 29 1904
Publication:Fayette, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...in and Cleveland of ficers have arranged to arrest him on his arrival in New York from Friends of the physician Lre trying to find JamesEagle died at Little after an illness of three He was governor of Arkansas ... broken plomatic The situation is a prominent business manof killed hfmself in a New York city hotel as the result of The little opendecked gasoline launch started on her voyage of miles across the gulf ... killed by a railroad detective during a fight near the Curry The Currys have been terrorizing the men who were operating a new rail The steamer Lady which sailed from Tsingtao with am munition and reached ... Port Arthur during a The Hay memorial chapel given to Westminster school by Secretary in memory of his Adelbert was The..."
Date:Dec 29 1904
Publication:Monticello, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...vice president. Four men were killed and their bodies terribly mangled as the result of a boiler explosion at the sawmill of B. F. Red-line near Rohrsburg, Pa. James P. Eagle died at Little Rock, Ark ... , 2,547,578. In 1900, McKinley had 467,046 niore than all the other candidates, and 859,984 moi e than Bryan. The death is announced of Henry O'Meara, for many years aBoston newspaper man and writer ... of poetry. For some time he was a coworker with John JBoyle O'Reilly. Jacob Kuhn, a traveling man, fell irom a fourth story window at Evans-.Ville, Ind., and was instantly killed. He yíSiñ 60 yeiirs old ... was killed in her home at Detroit. Mich., by the explosion" of a "one-pounder" rapid fire gun cartridge, which it is..."
Date:Dec 29 1904
Publication:Westville, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...Will rest in the hanis of thé jury. Ex-Govemor ^ DeaiL. tittle Rock, Ark;, Dec. 2i.—Former Gov. James P. Eagle died here Tuesday aftec^m iUnes3 of three weeks. He was goVpBi^rjl^ ^.rkanaas from 1889 to 1893 ... of his tragic death. No detail-was,too triyial to escape the attenr tion;,sj;ate.'s. attorney, but, with ecarc^y, .. an,/-exception, the accused actress_jL^: ■ o gre^if. ¿Inigoingover the conversation l ... ^'B'mësséniger, showing ihe death BOene^iU the cab. Seated side by side on » tófttfQfip/fiacin^ court and the jury, thé-mésBêngér, under the tutelage of t he iomer show, girl, grasped her wrists, Rná^thieiy swáyéd back ... beside him, and to th|...'J^.hfn^v gathering-.up her her aged father, Who sat by her counsel's table, and ..."
Date:Dec 23 1904
Publication:Logansport, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...of self-control, and the proa-'ecutlon failed to confuse ier. PERSONAL AND GENERAL. Former Gov. James P. Eagle, of Arkansas. died on the 19th. The czar of Russia has ordered a mobilization of 200,000 more ... -om testifying because of illness.CÜBBENT TOPICS.THE HEWS US BEIEP. FIFTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS. (Second Session.) - SENATE—The senate held only a short session, on the ISth. and adjourned until Wednesday... .HOUSE ... ,000,000 less than that of the preceding one. The death is announced, in Boston, of Henry O'Meara, for many years a Boston newspaper man and writer of poetry. He was born in Newfoundland 54 years ago. house ... , on the evening of the 22d, Mrs. Mathilde Boland attempted to Stan up her fire oy the use of coal oil. An explosion resulted, and Mrs. Boland was burned to ..."
Date:Dec 30 1904
Publication:Petersburg, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:".... Four men were killed and their bodies terribly mangled as the result of a boiler explosion at the sawmill of B. F. Red-line near Rohrsburg, Pa. James P. Eagle died at Little Rock, Ark., after an illness ... because of illness. The steamer Lady Mitchell, which Bailed from Tf-Ingtao with supplies, ammunition and dynamite, reached Port Arthur during a snowstorm. The Hay memorial chapel given to Westminster ... Martin Gavan and Fireman Louis Miller were killed, and 15 persons were injured. Fire in Columbus, O., destroyed property and stocks valued at between $150,-000 and $160.000, in the center of the business ... at the ■head of the horticultural department at Iowa state ajjricultural college, and one of..."
Date:Dec 29 1904
Publication:Milford, Indiana, United States of America
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