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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 15 November 1897

V iirms '' H i l IS Y. '-1&-. If it's True -THE advertisers arel You'll Find it in 1 he bun The PADUCAfi Daily Sun. the Sun is the. best mi by which to reach the peopf VOLUME 55 THE LOCAL WORLD. Nothing Sensational Marks the Advent of Another Week.-Notes of General Interest. The School Hoard and Constabulary Matters of Minor Import. S0II00I. IKMIIM I'ltKMDKNCT. Thcro promises to be an interesting contest in the board of education over tho presidency when tho lime for electing n successor to Dr. James Li up; arrives. This election is to be held net month, and the friends of Trustee C. SI. Leake, immediately after it be successor. Dr. J. T. Itcddick, however, hni imauy friends In the board nho desire to ecu him president, and it now seems probable that either Mr. Lcako or Dr. Itcddick will be the next president. Mr. I .calm has been in the board stneo tho death of tho late itiem iiaiiarcl a couple of years aco 4iud Dr. Itcddick has served one term ns a member a couple of years ago...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 15 November 1897

...; F, ir i V- fy fc, "V- f N u kv t vr -. i -K. ,.k cij r. w r r a: ,.- DAILY SUN. tied every afternoon, oxcept Suaday, by THE SUH PUBLISHING COMPANY. IKOOKTOIUTIB F. M riKHtR.. ....PlIMIDEIfT AMU MU.AOB.I J. K ft KITH ... VlCaPBMIDMI John J. Dorian 8BCHTAnT W. f. I'AXTO TnBAlOHBIt DIEaCTOM! p. at. riikr,J.R.HmMh,U.vr.Clraaiu, i.B. WUllamaon J.J.DorllU). THE DAILY SUV Will (It apaclal atVanUon to AM. local offataratt In Padaeaa and Tlclnltr. ol nalacilna Itanaral nawa, wnlea will b tlran m rallr aa apaca will iwrraK without ra to axpanaf THE WEEKLY SUN ladaTOlaA inlhalnMrs.Uof our conntrr p treoa, aid will at all tlmaa tx uawajr na an tartaininc. wbim kaaplag im raiMara pnatd ovall poUiteal aSatra aed toptuiwhUa It will M a taariaaa aaa tlralaaa azponaat ot th ana Uachlnn ot tha National part. CORRESPONDENCE. A. ipacUl f aatara of tna weaklr adlUon of 1HMS0BW1UIMIU CorraaDondance tut. In which it hons ablr to raurmrnt ararr looalllt wltkln the llmiu ot im ADVERTISING. . Btteaot ad...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 15 November 1897

WE Fr .. -VC f -i ItZi k 'm h V. ft aifcH I 12m !t V M. r r S " T r r T There's a Hot Time in the Old Town Kipccially down at (iardncr llros.' Furnlluro Storo, whcro thoy aro continuing tho special saloon ItocKcra till week. Just think of it solid oak end imitation mahogany, leather and upholstered scat ROCKERS With arms, from tjl.50 to $3.fi0. Solid leather, upholstered scat, tufted leather back Hookers for $5.50. I 'member, no can furnish your house from cellar to garret, cheap for cash or on easy weekly or monthly payments. GARDNER BEOS. & CO. Telephone 396 WRITTEN AT RANDOM. A ntUonnl league meeting, Just concluded in Philadelphia, determined several important features of next year's base bnll games, which will bo read with interest with hluomatlug "fans" iu Taducah. Tho double umpire system was adopted, it was decided that a regular schedule fur umpires should be prepared, provision was made for the suppression of rowdyism on the ball Held, and It was decided to Imro four t...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 15 November 1897

.C y I X &- ft ,' il.'' ; Jv ,,$ PS RIZES FOR BARGAIN SEEKERS blioen All Kinds. FOR ONE WEEK ONLY Three hundred yards of beautiful taffeta silks, in lloman stripes nnd Persian effects, and 200 yards of elegant satin rhatlames, beautiful effects these goods would bo considered cheap at $1.00 and $1,60 our price for one week, only 60a and 76c. One hundred new samplo dress shirts, in all of the now Cone he o plaids and blaeke, well worth $2.60 and $3.00, our price 81.60. Another lot in i flie serges, crcpons and fancy figured silk, woith $5.00, $8 00 and $12 00, our price $2 60, $1.00 aid $G,00. Handsome silk waisU made to order, $2 00, $2.60 and SH.OO, vrurth double the price. , A mow lot of sample capes, nil styles nnd colors. MILLINERY DEPARTMENT A beautiful lot of black velvet pattern La's, prof trimmed with rich ostrich feathers, the most stylish hats of tho season. Tucso hats arc well worth $7.00 and $8.00 our prices $3.50 nnd $4 00. Another lot of haidsomcly trimmed hats, di...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 16 November 1897

l& ur I 17 'i u - 0 1 Their Annual Stato Convention Began Its Sessions Hero This Morning Election of Officers. Will llolcllhclr Alerting. In Howling Urcoii Mxt Vcni lessor Lloyd to Glvo Hcnulnjr Tonight. THE COURTS. u Tlio slate convention ot tho Medical association began nt Klks' ball, Leech building, this forenoon, with n small attendance, but with prospects for a big iucrcasc, Most of tho visitors arrived last night, and thoso wb retried at the forenoon meeting were: I'rofcssora John A. Lloyd and L. K. Russell, Cincinnati ; l'rof. V. J Locko and Dr. U. W. llrown, Newport; Dm. K L. Hcnuett, Ky. 5 Itcubcn llurrows, Massac; U. Flint, Folsomdalc; .1. L Taylor, West IMalns ; It S. Klllogh, nndJ. A. l'arabough, llugg; G. T. Fuller, Lowe; A A, Hi,'. Glenn vllle, and W. It. Kuble, May field. In addition several l'aducah doctors were In attendance. The address of welcome was delivered by Dr. Kubanks, of thlo eity, nnd was rcstionilctl to by Dr. Lock, of KewHrt, Ky. Tho President, Dr. ...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 16 November 1897

V ." 7 v 5 r r X L- & A. ,-.' t I II A LARfiE STOCK 'It a gret help to a proper selection. Large purchases by "us mean better terms for our customers. Better advantages were never offered than .we offer you this season.' Our stock Is large and new, our prices fair. 19 cents ScrTiccablc boucle cloth, ' with camel's hair stripes, in dark blue, brown and black shades. 23 cents Strictly all-wool check and norelty dress goods, SC inches wids. 49 cents All-wool and cotch, mixturos, 40 inches wide, for stylish costumes. 50 cents Fine ladies' cloth, in all the fashionable shades. 98 cents Handsome satin finished broadcloths, in gray, castor shades and dark colors, 52 inches wide. $1.25 Two-toned effects in English corkscrews and cheviots, for stil ish tailor suits. Fur and Feather Boas re pronounced faroritcs with dressy people. We are showiug them in all the popular varieties. Long black coquo feather boas from fiOo to 89c. Stylish gray feather boas a new Idas at 9160. All the fashiona...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 16 November 1897

s li a o tv s There's the Especially down al Gardner llros.' l . week. Just think of It "ROCKERS Willi arms, from $1.00 to 13.50. Solid leather, upholstered teat, tufted leather ltsck Kockors for 5.60. member, wo can furnish your houso from cellar to garret, cheap for cash or on easy weekly or monthly payments. St. i GARDNER Telephone 396 parlors o. n. . Society ar Gossip. Invitations have been Issued to .lends In this city for the marriage Mits IJo;lciuo Funstcn and Mr. Arthur Henry Forbes, at St. Louis, Nov. 21. Miss Funstcn has been the fiicst of the Misses Heed several ? wl Is well known in society cika re. Miss Ann Heed, who iu4 r maid of honor, Is now in isitlng Miss Funstcn. . .. vo arv - mi Is Irwin aiiiircsscu me MagnssKn Jub this afternoon iii the fames Campbell, on Nnrlli SJA ktll i ktriit. .Mr. w is Irwin rank) J with the best versatile artists on the stage, and whether iti a child's story or a psychological study or only n bit of local characterization ho is hard to equ...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 16 November 1897

r I v 'I i "-in ri u 1 1 JP V " f 8P & 11 A- - ra ?:, .,- rs -? LARGE STOCK ..ow Prices ..oro flllod with fresh roll- .chandlso, bought to lit your . io your entire satisfaction. Not -ashy makeshift in the stock. Tho jooda were bought right, aud you cau depend upon it will bo Bold right. We're making dry goods history by selling reliable goods at honestly low prices. Thero's manv a helpful hint awaiting yon horo now. Choice Dress Goods. inch wide all wool. In hnnntlfnl nnw combinations 35c is their regular valuo you can have vhem for only 25c a yard this week. Thirty-six inch all-wool dress la in a.l desirable fall colors, should tiring 40o: como and get them for only 2Sc a yard. Tho price may bo higher later. inch ladles' cloths at 50e mud broadcloths for 85o Chat aro very much below value that merit your early inspection. Ulack dress goods at prices astounding y low. Come finger and price them. Jackets Capes. Karo novelties and great values Await you In our cloak room. A great...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 17 November 1897

fcWx l. Ml I W 0" Y . r r. L-V - w V. r fA r V. I EXPIATE THEIR MES, .xwo xnijcsjc,. Mtudcrcis Pay ' Tho Full l'l'imUy of thn Liuv.Mct, Death Today. Torrlb'e Moods In Kiiitlii, 'I Ihum infl. Killed. I bo Indiana Crocked liiinUs Will I'.iy IMiosllors In I nil. t . . coim. "Old (Jlory" llutlcrs In tho bree.o from the Government building today, nnd beneath Judge llurr and n corps of Federal nusistants are Molding court. It is tho regular Kou'iuhcr term of the railed States circuit nnd district courts, and a largo array of legal talent from surrounding counties is iu attendance. present were, Judge J no. W. llarr, U. S. Attorney W. M. Smith, Deputy Ally., Arthur Wallace. I'. S. Marshall A. I). James, Deputy Uarshall l.a Kue. The grand jurors were: J. II. Pairs, D. V. Hrockiir.ui, II. ... . ..Ml!!.. .1 I. l !.., an, . J. muingiiai", . . nell, D. . Ferguson, C. O. Wilson, ,1. H. Foy, W. !:. llnrues, J. S. White, J. II. oyd, A. K. Houghtcr, C. C. Cummins, K. H. Dancy, K. Jlubbiird, A. Ii. ...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 17 November 1897

r ii ssssssssss i fir' Wi v. v ' IPS RB Cw. F. M. KiittR... i. H. SMITH .... Vnhn . I) rln W. t'Axrai .. iltTl rUY !UN. every afternoon, except ,T Sunday, by THE SUN PUBLISHING COMPANY. IHOORfOnATED ...PHMIIIRSTAMi MAKACWl , ii ihiihi , , . , r.unitTAnT 'lllkAlCREK ntntCTOns! T.U. nhr,J R, Smith, B.W.Cleuienu.J.K. Williamson J.J Dorlin. THE DAILY SUP Will Rive special Munition to all local hap runlmrsOt interest In I'aducaU and vlc;nlly, no neglecting KnerI news, hlcn will be Blrec as fully aa space will wlthott regard to ex nr. THE WEEKLY SUN U devote to the Intf reu of our country will at all times be newsy and en .in(. wMl knlllf tl fl"iUlCrB JB,r4 oa all political aBMra and toplcn;wblle ii vi 111 m learieaa ana tirviera ininruv i ln w trlaa and uacningaoi me national ems party CORRESPONDENCE. AaicUl feature of the vrerkly edition of TMUS will belts Correspondence in wkirh it borwa ablr to rrprrixnt ... " - - w - . J.-.W .,-,. rsry locality vritnin ina iimiw m iv Utloa. AOVEKTISI...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 17 November 1897

w I k m FASCINATING CALVE. 'The Greatest Singer of itia Day Acknowledges Her Indebtedness to Paine's Celery Compound, V uSfi(liSSV 5&f . -;-' .U& k.7. . . o'M'Z&'kAs. I r .,.-.. ..-.. 'xrr..i5w;'.j7?j M ; Ktimm v iiie htw aUniiml n sue-""i iiYrwi' leiitod in- llio aiinnli of iu tipcat the story uf bur triumph U ucudluM. llorfctiHsrl volte, her fascinating hutMlneiiUd dmics, her tatojsiiig tilurii, tor black eytv irroiisliblc iniilh IImmc, nud the in iloiciiliuMe more, make up the "IfiVin tirointion by (lie mint htn tMintu tier iiauiu (anion-ii) cvory put uf the world. Mir artist Iim nude lior n pre it rttiH, lui' tliti Initio !t cwu prlie, tinil rcn know hvaK. grout tcm KTtiieiiti kimw ncrvou ttjin . viiMtuoiiily llioc arc periods 01 notions prt ration and unfulfilled when impatieal ntu opt to fui (rl tliwu tiling v. Uuho'b ntMoluto reliance on 0'et cowiiiu,I nl nil micli timoi of In rccvoih energj apH'nt in the following letter "H111U111, Ma., March, 1M'7. I niu convinc...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 17 November 1897

1 ' I T- I) - I '.M h , y v. 7. . ? ?rs i --a. i lltHks" . . THE BAZAAR . 215 BROADWAY S.-'.W STORE HARBOUR'S Tlie Birthplaceof Low Prices Here's a store filled with fresh mcrcnandiso, bought to fit your j.'ils to your entire satisfaction. Not rashy makeshift in tho stock. The mods were bought richt, and you nil depend upon it will bo sold right. We're making dry goods history by piling reliable goods at honestly low prices. There's many a helpful hint malting you here now. Choice Dress Goods. inch wide all wool, In beautiful new combinations 35c is heir regular valuo you can have i ..e-ii for only 25o a yard this week. inch all-wool dress flan-n.-la in all desirablo fall colors, should yrlng 40c: come and get them for only Wc a yard. The price may bo higher ler. I'lltytwo inch ladies' cloths at 50c !id broadcloths tor 85c that aro very r. ich below yaluo that merit your ' varly Inspection. Black dress goods at prices astounding y low. Gome flngerand price them. Jackets Capes. Rare ...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 18 November 1897

or three birds and Ilalcni brtke his gun, reloaded it and wan in tho act of raising the hammer, but his thumb slipped nnd the gun was diiehargid. Tho load took effeet In Willie's chin, nnd tore the whole left side of his face mid a portion of his neck coin plotcly off, Killing him instantly. Tho sad aeeideut occured not far from Highland, Tho deceased was n grandson of tho lato I). .1. Cooper, of Woodvillc, who was killed by a fall from ti wagon not long since, n nephew of Mrs. J. J. Crawford, of l'aducah, aud a near relative of Win. Spenee, of near Woo Iwilie. Of 51r. SAD DEATH V. E. Meyers Forenoon. This Hlrt Wife Dangerously III, Also. A Dciuli From Dlptlierln. Mr. Win. E. Mycrs,the well known and popular freight clcik at Nashville, Chattanooga nnd St. Louis do' pot, died this morning shortly before noon of typhoid fever at his homo on Adam3 street. His death will prove a sad blow.ns well as u great surprise, to a host of friends throughout the city. A week ago ho was convalescen...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 18 November 1897

fw V 1 IL Bl f LARGE STOCK I? a great help to a proper selection Larjc purchases by us mean better terms for our customers. Better ad-vantages were never offered than tts offer you thisseason.'Our stock It large and new, our prices fair. J 9 cents Serviceable bolide clotb, uith cam el' 8 hair 8tripc3, in dark l)Iae, brown and black shades. 23 cents Strictly all-wool check and noYelty dress goods, 3G inches v.ide. 4"? cents All-wool and Scotch mixtures, -10 inches wide, for tyli3h costumes. 5) ladies' cloth, in all the fashionable shades. 93 cents Handsome satin flniihed broadcloths, in gray, castor shades and dark colors, 62 inches wide. $1.25 Tiro-toned effects iu English corkscrews and cheviots, for stylish tailor suits. " Feather Boas, Ae pronounced fayorites with dressy ple. We aro showing them in all lie popular varieties. Long black eoquc feather boas from 60c to 89c. Stylish gray feather boas a new ilea at $1.60. All the fashionable lengths in fine oslrith feather boas. Servi...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 18 November 1897

tr & Wedding A t .. Presents ....Wc have hundreds of nice things suit-able for presents anything you want. Nice presents from $1.00 to $7.00. Ladies' Desks and Combination Cases... In mahogany, oak and bird's-eye maple. Beautiful styles and very cheap. You should sec them at once and make your selection. M i "tMUIMMMfhHIIIM1 M I ' II' ' f 'In tffl ) WRITTEN AT RANDOM, "Do you know," remarked n Vroiuinciit lawyer yesterday as lie sat oiforc his ollluc Arc, burning old letter one by one, 'that somu ot Hie liiegc.il fools fu existence are nmong Urn American people." 'Well, hero' a letter Iron) oue that doesn't lio in Amotion," lie ;p!i'iMicil. holding up n peculiar looking letter with a London postmark on tho envelope. The letter proved "to bo one conveying the startling intelligence that there was a 85,000,000 ostnto over therein Kugland nwnitlngn claimant, nn 1 some of the heirs are believed to l'c ii this fcction of the country. 'It's a fact," continued the "that this 'big wtate...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 18 November 1897

.- V J K- "- Vv h i I I I 'II M WSTOUE Sjld only at K I ixpert Oiacksmithing Jackets Capes. p :S FOR BARGAIN SEEKERS FOR ONi WEEK ONLY " Three hundred yardi ot lit:liful taffeta silks. In Roman stripes and iiau tlrecte, antJ 200 yn'tls of tilceant mtm rhatlamcs, beautiful clrocU . goods would 1m oonidr tl 1 licat at 81.00 and $1,50 our price for neck, onlv 60 i ami .t. Onu hundred new Bainpln dnHs s' Irts, in nil ot the now Conchco plaids macks, well wortu und 83.00, our prico $1.60. Another Kt in ergo., rrponi nnd fancy (1: rod sdk, woith 85.00, 58 00 and $12 00, iircK $2 50 $1 00 Mi.d $(5.00. Handsome s'.Ik wi'nts nudu lo order, $2.00, $2.60 and $3.00, worth li'iulilc the prico. A new lot ot sample capes, all styles and colors. MILLINERY DEPARTMENT A beautiful lot ot black velvet pattern hats, proftuolf trimmed with rich o-'. ic'i fcv'km, tno most stylish hats ot the season. Theso hats are well r h $7.00 and $8.00 our prices $3.50 and $4.00. Anotlur lot of handsomely trimmed hats,...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 18 November 1897

t " L? V j j y- . lours i or mieinoss, FOR ONi WEEK ONLY tfa&flflerAenk K A DRUG STORE HT-H& Rroahwav ixpert OlaGksmithing And all kinds of New Work one on short notice and on reasonable terms'. Satisfaction guaranteed. Greif & Christy 319 Count Stkkbc. HARBOUR'S Tne Birthplace of low Prices Hero's a store nllod with fresh 'io morcnandiso, bought to fit your j us 10 your enure Baustaction. .Not ! rashy makeshift In tho stock. The Uj)Us were bought right, and you 0 1 depend upon it will bo sold right. Wo'ro mnklng dry goods history by so ling roliablo goods at honestly low pr.ces. Thoro'a many a helpful hint awaiting you Hero now. Choice Dress Goods. Thirty-six inch wide all wool, In boiutiful new combinations 35c is uIr regular value you can have .cn for only 25o a yard this week. Inch all-wool dress flannels in a.I desirable fall colors, should rang 40c; como and get them for only i n yard. Tho prico may bo higher Jatr. inch ladies' cloths at 60c a ul broadcloths for Mo...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 19 November 1897

J . .1 r n P v, "I -A 7 l" V If it's Trde 'PHE advertisers arc i You'll o The ADUCAri Daily Sun. the Sun it the best nice Find it in 1 he bun by which to ach the people Volume li NUMBteit go PADUCA1I, KENTUCKY, NOv "wxtntMj u.1""" 1!), li)7. TEN CENTS A WEEK ,..-. HE MET HIS DOOM. "Devil" Winston Died Game in Expiation oi the Horrible Murder o! His Mistress, The Last Hours of the Wretch's Life, and tlio Tragic Dotails of His UntimoJyEnd. tIik ksm nio. Devil" Giorgc Wlnston.'iolorcd, Wis hanged in lliu south jail yatd at 7 sUD's llih inorniiiir. in tlio nresoneo of llfty spoctntrrs adinittcil to the en closure nmi scoria who. occupied seats in trios on house topi coil barns. His tuck was not broken, death resulting from strangulation in eleven minutes. Winston, as generally nnllelimlod. died game Ho iii'iuntcd tlio scaffold, null Mii'im iioiiauu on one side, nmi JJCpuly other, Slier ff Toho ltogcrs ou the with unfallciiug t;cA3Jut p'nccil lili (oat uti the steps, os nc however, his h...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 19 November 1897

u Iv h "Devil" Winston Died Game in Expiation of Murder of His Mistress. ald lie wanted to warn every bod)' to lake example from his file. Ih-. wonts nt II rat were scarcely nubble, but as he they became louder and ehapged into a sort of weird eliaut, something similar to that of some insane religious zealot an uncanny sound that sent n momentary dull of honor through thoc within reach of his voice. Once when aciund of boys on the outside began to laugh ami shout at something that had tr.iu'pirod without, ho pausod for n moment and gn,:ed out towards tlio street. Ho then told tlio olllrer Hint hu know they weto only doing their duty, nnd remarked to Iheciowd. -'J his is only justice, jiistleo!" lie. said he hope I Ills words would ring forever in the cars of Ins hearers. lie then calh'd for Dolla Allen, a colored trusty who has been in jail for some tunc on n charge of mall-. ions shooting nt a Christmas fodi vnl near Msxou's Mills two years ngo. Thero was a quick movement of th spe...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 19 November 1897

fcr 9 L!:. . . & M s ' - LARGE STOCK 1$ a great help to a proper selection. Lxtgt purchases by us mean better terms for our customers. Better advantages were never offered than xn offer you this season. Our stock 3$ large and new, our prices fair. J 9 cents Servicenblo bouclo cloth, with camel's hair stripes, in dark blue, brown and black shades. 23 cents Strictly all-wool check and norelty drcs3 goods, 30 inches wide. 49 cents All-wool and silk-and-wool Scotch mixtures, 40 iuchc3 -wide, l for stylish costumc3. 53 cents Fine ladies' cloth, in all the fashionable shades. fAS cents Handsomo satin finished broadcloths, in gray, castor shades and dark colors, 52 inches wide. $1.25 effects in English corkscrews and cheviots, for tailor suits. "V - onrt floifila Boas.. "'' Are pronounced favorites with dressy people. We are showing them' in all lac populu varieties. Long black coque feather boas from 50c to 89c. Stylish gray feather boas a new idta nt $1.60. All the fashionable length...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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