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 Evening Bulletin Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 5,543 items from Daily Evening Bulletin, 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.
5,543 results
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 16 December 1881

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN HEW TO THE LINE LET THE CHIPS FALL WHERE THEY MAY B823i5J1Sgbm MAYSVILLE FRIDAY EVENING DECEMBER 16 1881 Vol 1 No 22 CHRISTMAS AND KEW YEAR PRESENTS BLUEGRASS KOUTE Kentucky Central R R THE MOST DESIRABLE ROUTE TO CINCINNATI ONL Y LINE R UN NIX U FEEE PARLOR CARS BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI Time table iu effect March 31 1881 Leave Lexington 730 a m 215 p m Leave Maysville 545 a m 1230 p m Leave Paris 820 a m 305 p m Leave Cyrtthlana 8o5 a m 340 p m Leave Falmouth 1000 a m 440 p m Arr Cincinnati 1145 a in 630 p m Leave Lexington 435 p m Arrive iMaysville 815 p m Free Parlor Car leave Lexington at215 p m Free Parlor Car leave Cincinnati at200 p in Close connection made In Cincinnati for all points North East and West Special rates to emigrants Ask the agent at the above named laces for h time folder of Blue Grass Route g ound trip tickets from Maysville and Lex ington to Cincinnati sold at reduced rates For rates dn household goods and Western tickets addre...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 16 December 1881

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN ne FIJI DAY EVENING DEC 13 1831 The steamship Bath City is reported i ci m i r 1X mil WNBHHl MHH1 DMM MBbHMM Colimibn and Maysville OVER THE DAM rV Columbus Ohio December 14 Presi dent Bell and Chief Engineer Pieard of the Columbus and Maysville road came up from Hillsboro to day and are feeling icu esmieaimm Liverpool aoy j about hero for a sydieato to take their and has not since Jiennl from sorurities and put their ron d in operation Biaini will now place his pickets pre paratory to the battle of 18S4 Arthur will fortily the position now occupied by him - The telegrams report heavy rains with rising river at headwaters and the in dications are favorable for another big coal run Thk following nominations for Ken tucky postoflices are promised David A Murphy at Danville Alford at Sanford Ballard at Shelby ville Reed at Newport and Temple at Covington It is believed that Frelinghuysen will prove to be a more cautious and prudent nan than Blaine He is more of a...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 16 December 1881

I T IR I SI O O JIsTID SEBHIM DAILY EVENING BULLETIN FRIDAY EVENING DEClG 188l7 Tiik busy steamers tireless plying Within our recollection Have very rarelyjumped the truck Or failed to make connection They keep their ronil In good repair Ami put tlje business through Though it takes a Johnnie boat On a heavy dew Gkorok Collier expects to build him- aol a residence at Paris in the spring The rotomac after a thorough over hauling will resume her place in the Pomeroy and Cincinnati tradcto morrow - - T K Ball Soy a few days ago sold at Kansas City tho right of the state of Missouri for the I X L pumpfor 12000 Thr coal fleet left Pittsburg on Thurs day with six million bushels of coal Other shipments will be made if the water holds out The statement that Mr William Hunt has withdrawn 11 s a candidatofor council man in the third ward was an error He is still on the track FrANK li Phistkk cordially invites every person in the city to come to his store to morrow Satuaday and examine his el...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 16 December 1881

ClevelnndJUirls Who Gamble Cleveland Leader Talk about gambling said a young man well known in society The girls of this city are coming right along I know five young ladies three of thera live on Pros pect one onHEuclid and the last on Clin ton streetvho can piny just as hnrd games of poker exercise as good judgment in betting cards and understand the rela tive value of hands precisely as well as any live youngmen I could name 11 Are those the only ones you know of who wrestle with fortune No I know hundreds replied the ex travagant young man the ones I men tioned are the best the most scientific players The reporter made inquiry and found that gambling is more or less cultivated and practiced by the fair ones The man ner and freedom with which one beauti ful little creatuie reeled off column after column of the grilles and laws of poker and the values of pairs triplets flushes a full house four of a kind and catching her breath vouchsafed the statement that straights dont count wo...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 17 December 1881

b 1 A r w DAILY EVENING BULLETIN Freight received on Mc Coys wharfboat foot Main st at all hours J Shearer 215 p m 2C0 p in Close connection made in Cincinnati for all points North East and West Special rates to emigrants Ask the agent at the above named laces for a time folder of Blue Grass Route S ound trip tickets from Maysville and Lex ington to Cincinnati sold at reduced rates For rates on household goods and Western tickets address CHAS H HASLETT Genl Emigration Agt Covington Ky JAMES C 10RNST Genl Pass and Ticket Agt UPPER OHIO Cincinnati Wheeling and LiKslmrtr DAILY 5 P M PACKET LINE J N Williamson Supt Office 4 Pub Lang Monday SCOTIA F Marat ta Tuesday St LAWltENCE Wm List Wedy KAT IE STOCKDALE Calhoon Thursday IIUDSON Santord Friday ANDES C Muhleman Saty EMMA GRAHAM H Knowles CoRoase Mosset Agents Cincinnati lori mn n tli lUg Sandy fc Pomcroy Packet Company John Kyle Pres H E Ghkknk Sec L Glenn Treag W P Walker Jr Agent C and O R R Packet fok Huntington FLEETWOOD Daily 4 P...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 17 December 1881

1111117 mMmm J iiiddi i i mImI gJwTSllyM mJLmJ mJLm vJLm I i mil jlnw aaJLe i W I mLmJ DAILY EVENING BULLETIN s atu r ta y v v rc x i yg dec 17 issi TiiKsinnll pox is spreading at Cincin nati Mks Hopkins died at Mnncliesier on the 12th inst A bill has passed the State Sermteestab lishing the county seat of Kenton county at Covington At Washington it is believed that Speaker Keifer will be put forward by the stalwarts in Ohio against governor Foster PiuvSident Aktuuk has sent the names of two more ladies to the senate to be c jiifirmed as postmistresses The ladies are picking up courage again It is now said the reason why Attorney General McYegh would not remain in the Cabinet was because he had no faith in the matter of the prosecution of the Star Route conspirators The London Standard attacks the Mon medoctrine and Mr Blaines instructions to the American Minister at Lima The Pall Mall Gazette thinks the American people will not concern themselves about the South American republics ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 17 December 1881

JEjL c fc3 ISv Jal jezl te5 L jL DAILY EVENING BULLETIN SATUED A Y EVENINGrSKbri 7 1881 - in Now Peunywltt may sound bis couch And crawl from under kiver For lo a mighty oolored King Is coming down the river So lay aside the prejudlco Of every single soul And give a royal welcome To the world renowned King Coal Boys Wanted Four active and intelligent boys can procure employment by applying at this office immediately One of them should he from Chester one from East Maysville and the other two from either of the other wards of the city - -T The river is still rising here and at headwaters also Two more weddings are expected to take place here soon Tiiere will be services morning and evening as usual at the Baptist church to morrow The new Maysville packet Morning Mail is expected to take her place in the trade on next Tuesday or Wednesday Three of the five Kentucky Central cars who left the track at Johnsons Junc tion Thursday are completely wrecked There will be services at the Churc...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 17 December 1881

n jjvBt ADJACENT COUNTIES Items From Onr Exchange nnt Other Sources fliming county The mule trade is looking up Cattle sold at 5 cent a pound The circuit court docket is a small one Jack Dale keeper of the tollgate on the F lemingsburg turnpike in shooting at a hog the other day accidentally shot his son Dennis in the cheek The ball glanced NICHOLAS COUNTY J H Hollidap is a candidate for County Judge at the primary election A child of Frank Victor colored was burned to death recently at J L Gal braiths farm UKACKEK COUNTY Henry Conrad of Bropksville died of Cancer The Chroniclers confident the C S E R K hastnotbeen sold A suburb has been added to Augusta to be known as West End Lots are already in demand J D Willis brother of Judge Ben G Willis died at Lawrenceburg Ind re cently S W Bradford of Augusta lost fifty four turkeys out of one hundred and twenty-five white transporting them in a wagon over which was thrown a tarpaulin LEWIS COUNTY Walter Davis died at Stouts Bottom Born to...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 20 December 1881

wwrri M I LIB 1 THE JOB WOEK N Published every afternoon and delivered in this city the sub urbs and Aberdeen by our car riers at 6 CENTS a week It is welcomed in the house holds of men of both political parties for the reason that it is more of a newspaper than a po litical journal Its wide circulation therefore makes it a valuable vehicle for business announcements which we respectfully invite to our columns Advertising Rates Low Liberal discount where adver tisers use both the daily and weekly For rates apply to rosser McCarthy Publishers -v Of alL kinds neatly promptly and cheaply done t the office jof the Daily Bulletin- DAILY EVENIM BULLETIN HEW TO THE LINE LET THE CHIPS FALL WHERE THEY MAY i l i i i r i i i i i i i 9 sin2jSSku SScent MAYSVILLE TUESDAY EVENING DECEMBER 20 1881 Vol 1 No 25 CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR PRESENTS AT H G SMOOTS Toilet dressing coses hand mirrors jewel cases handkerchief and glovo boxec fancy plush card cases portemonales writing desks aumori teres shoppi...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 20 December 1881

F IR A JST 3SI R PHISTER DAILY EVENING BULLETIN TUESDAY EVENING DEC 20 1881 Thk stute senate has passed the House bill calling for a popular vote at 1883 npon the question of calling a convention to amend the constitution of Kentucky The Louisville Post says The Ken tucky Plow handle Company located at Mt Sterling recently sold to Thos Meikle Co of Louisville 20000 four foot han dles they also have a contract to furnish Maysville parties with 40000 five foot handles and 100000 handle rounds The Cleveland Leader a Republican or gan of the straightest sect gravely declares that the Republican party is now responsi ble for the legislation of congress and care should be taken to prevent the country from drifting into an unsound financial condi tion This is tantamount to an admis sion that the Democratic party during the six years of responsibility for the legisla tion of congress succeeded in restoring the onntry to a sound financial condition and that there is danger that the Republi c...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 20 December 1881

1 H 1 r I t HAS ST TVT A g nf R T ST DAILY EVENING BULLETIN TUESDAY EVENING DEO 20 1881 Wkve listened to apologies For late arriving trains Until we think the waste of breath Is hardly worth the pains The trains are late and late theyll be Splto of all the fussin So nothing now remains except To take It out in cussin The river is falling Coal sells at twelve cents a bushel de livered Jonathan Hines of Manchester has received a pension The holiday trade so far has been very satisfactory to our merchants The Strodes Run turnpike is about fin ished and will be received by the direc tors this week The coal shipments from Pittstmrg on the present rise in the river amounted to six million bushels Baldwin the Cincinnati music dealer has purchased one hundred pianos of the Eipley Manufacturing Co The Limestone Distillery Messrs T W Wheatley Co proprietors is making three hundred barrels of whisky a month The new packet Morning Mail made a satisfactory trial of her machinery at Cin cinnati o...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 20 December 1881

The Names of the States New Hampshire gets its name from Hampshire England Massachusetts is derived from an Indian name first given to the bay signifying near the great hills Rhode Island has an obscure origin the Island of Rhodes the Island of Roads and a Dutch origin Red Island -were mentioned the first seeming to have the best historical support Connecticut is an Indian name signifying land on a long tidal river Virginia the Carolinas and Georgia have a royal origin Maine was named from the fact that it was supposed to contain the mayne portion of New England Vermont has no especial ques tion except that it is claimed to have first been an alias New Connecticut alias Vermont Kentucky popularly signifies cither a dark and bloody ground or a bloody river but its origin signifies the head of a river or the long river Ten nessee comes from its river the namo be ing derived from the name of an Indian village on the river Tanasee Ohio is named after an Indian name signifving something ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 21 December 1881

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN PKU WEKK SIX CENTS SINGLE NlLHHKlt OAE CENT OXL Y L IXE 11 UXN1NG FREE PARLOE CARS BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI Cincinnati Wheeling awl Piltsburg DAILY 5 P M PACKET LINE J N WiiiirAMSoN Supt Ofllce 4 Pub Lang Monday SCOTIA F Maratta Tuesday St LAWRENCE -Wm List Wedy KATIR STOCKDALE Calhoon Thursday HUDSON San lord Friday ANDLS C MuhlerrKin Saty EMMA ORAIIAM HKnowles freight received on Mc Coys wharf boat foot Main St at all hours J Shearon CoRoase Mosset Agents Cincinnati INtrinm ntli IJIyr Sandy fc lomerjy Packet Company Joitn Ivviu res 31 E Ghkkne Sec L GiiKNN Treas W P Walkeh Jr Agent C and O It R Packet kok Huntington FLEET W 00 13- Dally 4 P M BOSTON A For Pomeroy and All Way Landings OHIO Mondays Thursdays 5 P M TELEGRAPH Tuesdays Fiidays 5 P M POTOMAC Wednesdays Saturdays 5 P M Portsmouth all Mail and Way Landings BONANZA Tnesys Thursys Saturvs 12 M Maysviile All Mail and Way Landings CITY OF PORTSMOUTH Monday iiivntifl RHrlnv nt 19 M -- I T- i reig...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 21 December 1881

if r a 3sr is r fhisteir DAILY EVENING BULLETIN WEDNESDAY KVKJJINW IiC2L 1881 The victims of the Vienna cftieiallv stated at 794 disaster are The new Branch Kentucky penitentiary 1 as been located at Kddvsville Thk report of an imniense foreign wheat p led to a depression of the Chicago arket Sixteen new cases of small pox were 7 -ported to the Board of Health at Cin cinnati Monday Thk firm of J T Warren Co whole sale dealers in foreign fruits fancy groce ros and tobacco at Cincinnati made an o signinent on Monday The Western Tobacco Journal says Trie prevalence of the symptoms charac teristic of the tobacco trade ai this season coes not afford conclusive evidence of a dull market for the coming year On the contrary according to past experience reaction will ensue with the resumption cf business in other relations and it may Iq safelv predicated that despite high I rices the tobacco trade for the coming year oiler ample scope for business tact JthKEitixG to the tariff discussiou in ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 21 December 1881

i j JUL S3 cSwJLVLL 3LSD JTvj JL DAILY EVENING BULLETIN WEDNESDAY EVENING DEO 211881 A hold young fellow from tho west Has beon to us most cruel He pounced upon us unawares And robbed us of a jewel He came he said to ring a belle This most Ingenious pleader And ore we know his true intent He carried off our Reedor o YounK welcome Mistress Morning Mail Were very glad to know you And prny accept the compliments We do confess we owe you Youre pretty ns the morning star That sparkles in the dome Now come and take your bonnet off And make yourself at home Remember Howarths Hibernica at the Opera House December 30th and 31st and Nick Roberts Humpty Dumpty Troupe January 14th Paddy Parks charged with petty lar ceny was tried before Judge Wall Tuesday morning He was found guilty and sent to the county jail for forty days The protracted meeting at the old stone church on Lawrence Creek closed Mon day night During the meeting eighteen persons united with the church TnE members of the Building...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 21 December 1881

JHU1AUV ItUJLJrJliS The Kingf ami Queens oi KnylniMl lcugtli OS thv Itelgnn of the So 4il IQOIINI The Norman line begnn ivitli William the Conqueror then came in succession the houses of Flantngenet Lnnenster York Tiulor Stuart the Commonwealth Stuart Orange Stuart and Hanover William the Conqueror was the sixth sovereign of Normandy Henry II the lirst of the Plautngenets was the son of Matilda of Scotland a direct descendant of Edmund II sur named Ironside who was the son and successor of Ethelred II born in 989 and King of the Anglo Saxons in 1016 Henry IV as the last of the Plantage nets Richard IT left no children was the eldest son of John of Gaunt Duke of Lancaster fourth son of Edward III and of Blanche daughter and heiress of Henry Plan tagenefc Duke of Lancaster great graudson of Henry III Edward IV the first of the House of York was descended irom the fifth son of Edward III as the Lancastrian Kings had de scended from the fourth son of the same sovereign Henry VII the fir...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 22 December 1881

ft f DAILY EVENING BULLETIN i i I I I I I I HEW TO THE LINE LET THE CHIPS FALL WHERE THEY MAY 2EJb3Erir MAYSYILLE THUSDAY EVENING DECEMBER 22 1881 Vol 1 No 27 Cincinnati Wheeling and Pittsburg i JJAUjY 0 if ftl lAUfA bl Ll IN K JN Williamson SupH Ofllce 4 Pub Afnnrinv SfOilA F Mnrnttfi Tuesday St LAWHENCE Wm List Wedy KATIE SrOCKDALE Calhoon Thursday HUDSON Sanlord Friday ANDES C Muhleman Saty EMMA GRAHAM H Knowles Freight received on Mc Coys wharlboat foot Main St at all hours J Shearer feCoRoaso feMosset Agents Ciiicliiiintf 1orlMin nth Big- Sandy loincroy iacltet Company John Kyle res L GIjBNN Treas H E Greene Sec W P WAiiKEit Jr Agent C and 0 R R Packet koii Huntington FLEETW00I Ially 4 P M BOSTONA For Pomeroy and All Way Landings OHIO Mondays Thursdays 5 P M TELEGRAPH Tuesdays Fildnys 5 P M POTOMAC Wednesdays Saturdays 5 PM Portsmouth all Mail and Way Landings BONANZA Tuesys Thuisys Saturys 12 M Maysville All Mail and Way Landings CITY OF PORTSMOUTH Monday Wednes day and Friday...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 22 December 1881

r phister DAILY EVENING BULLETIN THURSDAY EVENING DEO 22 18S1 H IF Riddirrkhokk luis been elected t i the United States Senate by the Vir ginia Legislature The president has nominated Timothy O Howe to be Postmaster General Ho is a Grant man and a stalwart of the most pronounced type Senvtob Williams for the prevention cf the Exportation of diseased cattle and the spread of infectious or contagious diseases among domostic animals meets with no opposition in congress and is like ly to become a law Skvkxtekn of tho twenty seven officers and crew of the steamship Bath City were picked up by a barque and have arrived at Liverpool The steamer sprang a leak and sunk off the coast of New Foundland The crew embarked in two boats one of which capsized drowning four men The captain and five others subsequently died cf cold Tho survivors were exposed three days and nights There is much opposition in Congress t the restriction of silver coinage and it is very probable that a movement to pro Tid...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 22 December 1881

J f f i IHAiS XMAS TRIX DAILY EVENING BULLETIN THURSDAY EVENING DEO 22 1881 Ol r pretty little Moruing Mail The neatest thing afloat Will carry many pounds of freight The railroad used to tote And Bryson Morgan and McCall The pleasant Major domos Will make the passengers at home And maybe add the chromos Begin- now to turn ovcrthat new leaf C W Lurtey raffled a revolver at his fathers store last night John L Bro shears of Charleston Bottom was the lucky man Sam Smith raffled a fine music box last night at the Central Hotol W W Ball was the successful man Bettor be born lucky than rich Wh are requested to announce that the School Board will meet Friday night at W S Franks law office Those having claims will please present them The alarm of fire this morning was caused by the burning out of a chimney at the residence of David Hechinger on Third street No damage was done The following marriage licenses were issued yesterday Mamie Biggersto John HWorthington both of this county Naomi J ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 22 December 1881

WHO BELIEVES THIS A Fifth Wltli Rnnke Sno wWhlte Black Slac Two Bleu Kill Eighty Seven sad He More Two farm laborers -wore sent to cufc poles for scaffolding near the foot of Snakes Hill on the eastern side of Sara toga Lake where they had a narrow es cape from being poisoned from the bites of black snakes As none of the parties wish to have their names brought to the notice of the public they will be omit ted and their adventures only will be told Wishing to get the best timber possi ble they sought the southern side of the hill at the waters edge where the poles could be found the straightest and tall est After felling a number of poles they proceeded to a pile of loose rocks and there sat down to eat their dinner The spot chosen was very much exposed to the sun and they were in the act of stepping down from the stones to seek a more shaded spot and while doing so some of the stones rattled from their resting place and rolled down the bank into the water Hardly a step had been tak...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
x
Loading...
x
x