ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Daily Pantagraph Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 4,645 items from Daily Pantagraph, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
4,645 results
WILL CLOSE THE DEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901

WILL CLOSE THE DEAL. Aid. Morrison stntud that theie had boon a hitch In thu deal for thu lot ou Euset Front strcec 'or the new fiio engine houso because the owner refused to allow tho tu\es, which amounted to about 5100. Ha asked for Instructions. 1 lie mayor stated that inasmuch as tho contract had been drawn up before tho tuxes acciued that In his opinion to pay them was all right. Aid. .Morrison mo\od that (ho deal bo closed. Tho motion prevailed. Aid. Bowman asked the city attorney in what shape tho soutli slough sowor extension was in and was told that tho commissioueis wero at work upon It.

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
BILLS ALLOWED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901

BILLS ALLOWED. The following pay rolls and bills wore, allowed; y McLean County Coal Co., coal $88s" 19 Stand. Carbon Co., supplies ol It.. 105 10 Union Gas aud El, Co., gns 63 40,' 11. S. MrCurdy, supplies vailoua depailntents 66 14 Juuu Uuiy, labor Franklin park "40 oil Tho l'untagrnph, printing.. 31 00 Mrs. v. l'eteiuon, meuls foi prison- ' ors 32 as I'riinnry election expenses 2S 00 Cieed & Douilnnd, printing 19 10 Clias. 11. Gmehlln, rop. police dopt 14 85 B.R Uatllngton, supplies city eng.. 13 60 A. 11. Hell, two maps for city eng.. 975 Hoi aid, pilntlng tinsh ordinance.. 840 L W. Melloch. labor paik s (jy Special pay 101 l supt. strcts 0 50 C. F. .Muirlman, sunplliH elty eng «40 Czntrnl Union Tel Co., tolls 0 61 V. H. 13aker, rep. police dopt 6 211 Head & White, supplies 4 70 Eiricksou & Waldo, horseshoeing.. 1 01) H. Gerllng bain rent for boxtou 3 00 Slirevo & Co., pilntlng 2 7li Evans Bros., supplies various dopt 240 Arj( *iol...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901

Scrdfula js a disease as old as antiquity, and si \ oimj,' as the newest born infant. - It has infested tlie blood of humanity from ancient times down to ,the present minute. " " ' ~ It is hereditary or may bo acquired. It appears in swollen glands, scrofulous sores, hip disease, boils, pimples, PI options, and, as believed by high authorities, even in the forms of catarrh and rheumatism. <-- It oan be cured by taking llood'i Sai «»parilla faithfully and persistently. •u/e know tin's,' .because Hood - * Sarsaparilla lias'dono it. - It will euro you if yougive ita trial. You should-begin'.to take it today. Hip Disease—"l suffered from hip disease; had 5 running aorcs; used crutches end each winter I was confined to my bed [or weeks nt.n time. Hood's Sarsaparilla lias accomplished a perfect cure—saved my life, I liavo a food appetite and feel strong and well." Annie Kobeht, 49 Fourth St., rail lUver, Mass. „ ' In Hor Eyes -" My little girl had scrofula and sores appeared in...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901

GAS OUT. Rlßtit r<io<l (Urniw-Xutti) Doch Not Genet' nle It. School ma'ams have troubles of their own. Their work Is of u ncrvu desti eying cbnrartvi and frequently the qui'stlon of food Is a serious one with them. The right selection of food Hill euio dyspepsia and many other disorders or the body. Sadie Cromer, -1111 Olncy a\«nue, Marlon, 0., says that after fcho.bad Buffeted from stomach ttoublc for years and without being able to find food tlmt Would asicc with her, she finally v,ne-induced to ti} Grape-Nuts. Tho trouble ,'v f itu pas and nervousness coming fioui Indigestion dlsapeparcd, and hor'own testlmcnj «ii>s: "1 sained In llesh.pn much that now 1 am heavier and*better thnn 1 have ever been durlntt the eight jeai". I lime taught school Lcre. "My sluinvb doc* loi rause me the least trouble. I cm en: anything 1 vbh, but still continue lo eat Urapc-Xuts fooJ, fur 1 like it n:a Know of Its \nluo "

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901

> The" Fffiel£f' *\ Modern Suits '/ at unusual ••'* :"IfiL\ j., —', low prices.^'.;-"'.-,,,,;: 4< ; f |||f The surplus spring s'lock of the celeßfted' Roch-t | ester firm of Garson, Meyer & Co . bought by us for cash at much less than early season prices."'' '""''' ' The lines consist of the exlr'ems and conservatives fashions for men In imported vicunas, worsteds arid tweeds—and were designed to sell at $2O andMS 1 / We have placed them on <j» rtj'^V—^V? - sale for the low figures of «PIS, a "7,> For men of more limited means there are jr«A . •'■,',,„-, , some elegant dress and business suits at.. •PO.OO., ant) -'4>10.00Boys' Clothing Department, ff^^rExtra specials tomorrow and all next week:— •"" ►>; ■■ ' Boys' sailor, Russian blouse and Norfolk suits <i» a» ' • " from ip2.75'/TO $5.0,0, Washab e Suits that are washable. Come and £ *"* r> """' see the many pretty styles from " P l ...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
FUNERAL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901

FUNERAL NOTICE. Tho funeral services of Mi& Elizahoth Durham will be told this afternoon at the Christian church »t 2:30 o'clooU.-.Tho casUet will bo open to friends,»t_tbe rcbUlencc, 1017 West Taylor strest.'untllZp.'m: Friends invited.

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
FUNERAL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901

FUNERAL NOTICE. The funeral of Mrs. Mary Lunney will bo held tomorrow at .10 o'elock at Holy Trinity church, leaving the residence, 5U South E\ans street, at 0:30 o'clock. Friends lnvitod.

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
FUNERAL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901

FUNERAL NOTICE. The ninernl of .Mrs. 1.0u K hlun Lonnoy will take place [rout Die family residence, Oil South Kians Mnet, Suncljy morning ut 0:30. From Holy Trinity church at 10 o'clock. Triimls united.

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
ONLY TRIFLES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901

ONLY TRIFLES. —A very brave man is that one who Is writing articles In favor of prunes, right' in the midst of the strawberry season. —According to a witness or two in the recent ,\rlal, Y Mrs. Baker Eddy ,1s not only a Christian Scientist but she Is a scientific Christian. —Out'ln Kansas City they are paintlug the telegraph poles olive green where tho foliigo Is abundant, thus making them inconspicuous. —A McLean county girl whoso avoirdupois 'ls charitably estimated at 195 pounds, has the winsome name of "Dot." Our Willie vanished from our sight, Went north and south and east and west— Ho found a stick of dynamite, And curiosity did the rest. i —Denver Post. —Ono of the charges made against, a Jersey school superintendent is "that ho has made so many conflicting statements upon the same subjects as to'make tho inference Inesistible that he is not a man of scrupulous voracity." And the Denver Post remarks that out in ,tbat country the school hoard would simply have announced that t...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
STERNUOUS DAYS AHEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901

STERNUOUS DAYS AHEAD. I am the hammock. Say, •" Nobody has been trying to string mo Lntely. l)ut 1 suppose Jil have to pay For all this later on. Whee! How I dread , ." < The hot days Just ahead— Yet let us be glad , For the blessings we've had, ' And hope for tho best in the end; ■\Vhuto\or tho weight I must bear later on They can never bring back the May 'days that are gone— , .- The weather man's been my friend. —Chicago Record-Herald.

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
OUT IN ALL THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901

OUT IN ALL THE WEATHER. Ont'ln all the weather— Skies are bending blue, ' Trees, pink-robed with blossoms, • Bowing "Howdy-do!" Out in all the weather— > Flowering Holds and dells; Bees the winds are blowing , To the honey-cells. Out In all tho weatherIn the bloom and bright; Earth and heaven are "singing, And Hto is love and light! —Atlanta Constitution., i —"Listen to the first messnge of the prophet. You must pay your' tithes and offerings into the store bouse of God"— Elijah Dow to. Step up nil converts and believers and contilbuto liberally, The new l Elijah needs many* things. —A Lawrence, Kansas, man corrects the quotation attributed to Mrs. Nation. She Oidn't point inside the prison bars and say, "Sue what rum did." What she saia was, "See what rum done."

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
CHRIST'S SECOND COMING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901

CHRIST'S SECOND COMING. i:\aiiKi-llst.Sco\lllu rrra<ilHiil u l'nuurful .' Sermou on l.urth's Last Day— lime '• -"*,„ . lieen 180 Additions. •p-As usual, the Christian church was woll* filled last evening and the soimon by' Evangelist Charles Scovllle was given tho undivided attention'of tho congregation. It was an, able and Interesting diecourse on an important and timely re-* ligious topic.- The singing by >the audience was most Inspiring. Mr. Smith rendered a solo. Thursday, night there were nine conversions, and with" several addirtloneJast night the number of accessions during the seventeen meetings since tlio series, began, made a total of about 150 > 1 ! ( ' ' , Hev. Mr. Scovllle took for his subject "Earth's Last and Greatest Day, or the Second Coming of Christ." He began by paying: "There is no subject In all the thoughts of men that is so inspiring or so endearing as the glorious hope that remains 'or the-children of God when Jcbus shnll com...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
BY ANGELS' VOICES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901

BY ANGELS' VOICES. . "Angels first bioko the news to tho 'Marys, 'He is risen,' and on that trium'phal morn of his ascension, angilis again declared, 'This same Jesus who, is taken up from you into heaven shall so likewise cqm'e again as ye have seen him go.' If {thei e Is ono here whose heart trembles at tho thought of judgment, remember it Is the s>ame Jesus who rejoices with the rejoicing and weeps with the Sorrowful, who Is - coming again. There have-been many different theories advanced as to the time of< his coming, but all these are of no avail. Miller in 1848 said he was to come that year. A lady in. Akron, 0., put on her ascension lobe and went to tho top of thc'JilU to be received and then went home again. A man in Missouri wrote tho governor of lowa a few years ago stating that,there would be a. wonderful straight-- ■ enlng.,up of affairs in many American cities and hamlets'today If Christ was to come-within a week, and-even yet for hundredn their ti...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
NO MAN KNOWETH. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901

NO MAN KNOWETH. "All theories must explode upon this one rook. 'Christ said that the day and hour 'knoweth no man, not even the angels of Oodj' but the Father only. Men try to deceive themselves by eaylng that his coming is all figurative, but bis first coming was'not figurative. The bible frequently declares this same Jesus will come again and people who talk of allegory and as figureheads ,try to make everything figurative, better preach the word. I Baw a sign once with the&e woids over a cabin shop: "All kinds if twisting and turning dono here.' H seems to me this would he a good sign to put over home pulpitis when • mon are preaching on the second coming of Christ." f He next spoke of ,the mighty separation and quoted Harriet Boechor Store's work on tho great gulf that is fKed between ,the saint and sinner, tho sheep and goats and illutstrated by tho parable of the ton virgins. "His coming shall bo unexpected; In such a time as ye think not. Ho shall come suddenly in...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
W. C. T. U. Memorial Service. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901

W. C. T. U. Memorial Service. —A committee of ladles of the Bloomington W\ 'C. T. U. gathered at the home of Mrs. Plumley on South Main street. Friday afternoon, with Howois, which they made Into bouquets, with a bow of whllo'ilbbon on each, which they took to the cemetorles, and decorated the graves of the,departed sisters of the union. „* This.kindly deed has always been done heretofore the day \ before , Decoration .day,'' but owing to the scarcity of flowers this' yeur,« It was postponed" a' week. About twenty-five handsome bouquets were made nud distributed. The committee on soldiers and sailors work also placed a potted plant on tho grave of ench of tho soldiers who died in the Spanish-American war, five in all, with appropriate text cards, attached with a bow of white ribbon, the emblem of the W. C. T. U. Juno B being flower mission day, bouquets 'Will, today, ho distributed to the hospitals. Jail,, city hall, and to' all tho sick and "shut-ins" wherever they cau bo located. ...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
An Incipient Blaze. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901

An Incipient Blaze. —Last evening while the family of Mr. 'Frank Morrison, who resides "at the corner of Clinton and Front streets, was at supper, an odor of smoke was noticed and au investigation showed that the interior of one of the upstairs looms was ■ ablaze. The bed clothing, curtains and one chair Unit had been piled with clothing was on Are. Prompt work extinguished the'flames and the fire department was not called. A member of tho family had left a gas jet burning and the breeze from an open window blew a curtain into it. Had the fire happened at night it might have been of danger.

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Funeral of J. B. Story. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901

Funeral of J. B. Story. —The funeral of Judge B. Story was held yesterday morning at 11 o'clock, from his late residence, 302 South Prairie street. Rev. O. A. Scott officiated and the body was shipped to Lincoln for interment. The pallbearers were: M M - berly,. R. M. Prnst, J. M. Clnrey, W. Peasley, John Parmaleo and N. M. Campbell. The remains were accompanied to Lincoln by tho children, Mrs. Qulsenberry, their grandmother, and .n few friends.

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
A Visitor From the West. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901

A Visitor From the West. —Mr. Ed - Pierce was 'ln the' city lor a short time yesterday on loute to the home of his parents at Saybrook. Ho left here several yea's agoand has been located in Taos, Taos county, Now Mexico; whero he lias 1 been practicing la\\\ He expects to remain about a week and will then return to his home. Mr. Pierce went ~\\ est for the ■ benefit of bis health and his residence,ln that land of.sunshine has worked' -wonders for him. Ho gained upwards" of fifty pounds' since leaving here and the effects of the sun's rays are shown in his features. He' first located at Albuquerque, but only remained there for a short time,.proceeding to Santa "Fe, N. M. Prom there he, went to Taos, seventy miles frour Santa Fe. One has to ride part v of the distance on a branch of the* Hlo Grande through, the mountain and the -remainder of the' trip Is made .in a wagon, which moots the train every day. Mr. Pierce Is • one of two lawyers in Taos> and Is doing well there." ...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Clerks Will Ask More Leisure. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901

Clerks Will Ask More Leisure. —The clerk's union will next wcolt circulate a petition asking all merchants to close their stores at G o'clock ench ovenlug except Saturday anil A. pay dny, and at 12' o'clock noon on all legal hollda>s except Washington's and Lincoln's birthdays, and at noon on ouch special days," if any, In commemoration ot some e\ent advocated by the citizens.The clerks ~clalm that tho matter ot closing on'holldays is especially one which they desire to have < settled. Heretofore some stores close, and some romaiu open, and certnln 'stores close at some times and remain open at "others, <Thls made it impossible for clerks to make plans for their brief vacation seasons. If they arc sure In advance exactly what hours of leisure they are to have on certain days they cnu make plans accordingly. It is probabio many of tho merchants will sign the petition of the clerk's union without any urging. - i \

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
x
Loading...
x
x