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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 19 November 1897

ft fcv t B HHriffiWKHM0Mfffe02R9HH9MHMHMMEHBMHN I Wedding Presents ...AVc have hundreds of nice things suitable for presents anything; you want. Nice presents from $1.00 to $100. 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. A DALLE MEETING. 'lli City Council Meets in Ad- jotuni'il .Session. Dr. Mi-. Knonnous If ill lie-fusel rayiucnt. A'Ncu JetiviSQU Street luiproye mont Oulliiuiic; Paused. Adjourned to .Meet Itloiiflay Ni','lit. Tlio luct la.t night In ci n. ;i'ho inrmiNits prcjent wcro l'nilcy, Ituicklcff, Kamleitcr, Carter, Kirelioff. Hell, Williamson, btacki nod llauu. Mayor toadc n statement in ri'ifanl to tho Jefferson street improvement. Ho said that tlic e bpentle 1 that the new street ht..ild at Fountain park line, nml Uiat since he signed it, lie had learned Hint Fountain park line Hip other alilo of the ralnu upanncd by the car tiostlc. This uould leaven ...

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. — 19 November 1897

V f ,r '44 r" 1 V "" frv VF S ;. aNV V h r.c tfK'.V STORK Ladies Who Use... We are exclusive agents for this renowned instrument, from pocket size i;x2 to No. 4 Kodak, 4x5. Films for same in htock. -v 8 FOR BARGAIN SEEKERS FOR ONE WEEK ONLY THE BAZAAR . 215 BROADWAY ' Chafing -Dishes ISId Columbian Spirits It lias no disagreeable odor, and is equal to alcohol in every respect. Only 35c pint. Sold at 4 DRUG STORE T.H& Broad wav. Expert Biacksmithing And nil kinds of New Work Done 011 short notice and on reasonable terms. Satisfaction guaranteed. Greif & Christy 31D CoiKT Stkkbt. Eastroar? WILLIAM NAGEL Jeweler and Optician AND BROADWAY Docs your watch run correctly? If not, bring it to where you know it will be properly repaired. Special Sale. Grapes, per basket, 10c. 1 it cranberries, 10c. 1 qt. chow-chow, 20c. 1 gal. Dill pickles, 35c. Choice Northern l'otnlocs, 70e. New crop N. O. Molasses, 50c. Hi lbs. choice Hour, 55 c. J I lbs. best patent Hour, 75c. I. L. Randolph, . X...

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. — 20 November 1897

"14 i-. w w V llio Ijidlcii MUc Society Ituptbtt Church. Celebrates. The silver anniversary of the Mite Society, of Ihe First llapllst church, held at tho residence of Mrs. J. It. l'urvear yesterday afternoon, wns o most enjoyable event, end was at-tended by ti largo number of members, ex-members, and invited guekts. The society In honor of its anniversary, wan presented with p. (.liver coin of soma description by .h who attended, and nulto a neat .aum tvn in this manner netted. Ite- reshuitfuLs were served, and a that s'f mod to do all good was ithti principal fealuro of tho celebration. DOMING IN CAKLOAD3. lg 5hlpmt Kpcelycd by the .Kentucky Ulum mul Queens. ware Company, lvei.Mlcky G,n8a nml lbo vfarcCo.,ls,prw,,a,,,,KforfIl1,1,oho!il",y mule In Vat b ' U.ve carU)u;l of lampf a received a just Pd on Ibc carton.! ol quccnswnrd ,..n,i I n carload of I imp nd gob- .. TMannternrisinv (Inn is brt'uu to keep in front. They buy their coods by the carload and by means Mh..ir big purchase...

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. — 20 November 1897

i I., L- . r! Jf - I " COMING EVENT ! '& f"' ! , i'r. c $ 4R JP&'I I?! w com"' ij f T This is a great opportunity for Tf I P I 1 T PTl S housekeepers to buy fine table CX J1S J 'H AW XJ Uncis flt a grcat redllct Ioilt One piece all linen 46-inch red bordered table linen, well worth 45c, in this sale at 28c yard, In ready-made table cloths we offer seven strictly all linen, red, pink and blue bordered cloths, s'v yards long, for Si. 75 each. Fine damask hemstitched table cloths, 2' yards long, for 2.48; 4 yards long for $2,98, and 5 yards long for $3. 50, A lot of odds and ends in tabic sets, with napkins to match, at much less than the material costs by the yard. Towel Trade Winners We would like not priced that way. than money. , Twenty-five dozen strictly pure linen, hemmed buck towels, 20x40, at loc each. Fine quality linen, hemmed towels, 22x44, at I9C each. Genuine huckaback, plain and fancy bordered, hemstitched towels, the very best value ever offered at the price, 25...

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. — 20 November 1897

y ff i A I m ".!l ,"3t SOGIEW WOMEN USE IT, Mrs. Kester Haines, Prominent New York Hostess, Relieved of Insomnia by Fame's Celery Compound. Bk y v if iti Them cvtots among women who are l To any one suffering from any ol inn. h In MciLly a form of weariness the ills attendant up u continual lo rpsnllii frmn overtaxed nerves, I of fkep 1 can and do heartily ititfu't' and duproHslngllinn any mind It. Very truly jours, l.nnnii to turd inuieles. ' Murine h. Ilainos. Tlu ,,vcicrovvdcd live of such no- ' Fn all case of nervous piostration. tun iniko them slao of anxieties ncrxous indigestion, ucnralgia, sleep-and atimivanco ' which tlmy eannol Inducts, hysteria fr incessant lieml ijjnote. ache, the objective point of a true The folio lug letter from one of remedy like l'ameM celery compound New York ImimcoI hontcsH sliis is to make mote blood, gathir Midi how luiplnily 1'aineV cilcr.v increase tlio number of ml. MMind is lelwd on m IU tint most health. yivh g coq uscles in the blood Intel...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 20 November 1897

( ?! I .- -$ kv J r. !' lent Prizes AT- fo empty packages. Everyone gels a prize. I II Onc ladies' leather FOR One Dr. Warner's legular price FIFTY One ladies muslin and tucks, CENTS One ladies' mice, 08c. loo new sample capes, ranging in price horn $1.00 to $5.00. liach and every one a decided bargain. All wool fur trimmed beaver capes, $2.00 Millinery Department. 100 ladies' new trimmed hats, all styles and colors, f Another lot of velvet hats, handsomely trimmed, well worth $3.00 aMd ol.aKern hatsorth $5.00. $6.00 and $7. Our price S4.50. WefiSValsoanewiot of French hair switches, regular price &i.5o.and $4.00, our price 2.50. Other switches at 75 cents and ?i.oo. THE BAZAAR, New mistake the place. 215 Broadway. Ladies Who Use... Chafing rDishes tnW Columbian Spirits It has no disagreeable odor, and is equal to alcohol in every respect. Only 35c pint. Sold at DRUG STORE & BROAnWAV. Expert Slacksmitiiing And all kind of New Work Done on abort notico and on reasonable terms...

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. — 22 November 1897

r sA SUFFERING ENDED. Mr. J. .1. Guthrio Died Lnst Is the Name of the Stranger who Fell Dead. Ills Heard Since he whm Kinbuliiicil Has Grown of an Inch. Coroner Nanco yesterday tho identity of tho man who dropped dead iu Cattish" Jones restaurant several da)s ago. 1 ho engineer of tho cnglno used at the trenching machine yesterday called nt the undertaking establishment, and after looking over tho papers found on tho dead man, declared him to bo James Sainmons, of Dixon, Webster county, Ky. This is tho namo contained In luc book fouud among the mau's scaiity possessions, but It was so illegible that those who saw it read it mory." , , Tho man belongs to largo and well known familv of that section, ami tho gentleman who gavo Coroner Nanco Information says that some of them reside near Pool's Mill. Tho countv Judge aud postmaster havo been written to. Tho body has been cnbalmcd and is still at tho establishment. Undertaker Nanco reports en unusual feature in the case. Since tho man's ...

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. — 22 November 1897

L 'ir F." m k'".. fHOAILY SUN. owry afternoon, except Sunday, by SUN PUBLISHING COMPANY, iNCoiii'otuiin y, M ..I'HIMlllRNT ANI MANAflKIl J. It SMITH .. VlfJKt'ltCSIUKNT john i I) irmu SKOHKTAHV TIIKAHtlUEK W. !' I'AVTJM ' IHIICCTOM! V M. II mlih.U.V.Clfincnts,J.K. Wlliuiiinon J J IMrtau. - I Hill in M - THE DAILY SUH Will Klvp Modal to AM. lornl not nwSleciInK urns, which will 1 bWpu m tiillyVi P-" will ptnH without re-gird to en THE WEEKLY SUN i Ceroid to tli Interests ot our country 'pv fonn. a"d will at all time bo newny anJ while kwplnff Us readers post on all political a.lalrs aul toplc8;whlli. II will t a toirlww ami tlrrtMn : oxtwnent of ilio due trluwi ami tchlnK ol the National party. CORRESPONDENCE. A pKll feature of the weUly edition of TaieCN will baits Correspondence Department, la which it hopes ably to reprt;nt ertry locality within the limits of Us circulation. ADVEKTISING. Kates of advertising will bo made known oo application. OMce, SUndard Block, US North Fourth s...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 22 November 1897

P! n vsj& There's a Hot Time in the Old Town Kspcclally down at (Jartlner Hron.' Purulluro Store, whcro tbey aro continuing tho special saloon Hooters this week. Just think of it solht oak t.ml imitation mahogany, loathcr and upholstered seat ROCKERS With arms, from $1.50. to $3. GO. Solid leather, upholstered scat, tufted leather back Kockcrs for $.'.G0. member, wo can furnish our house from cellar to garret, cheap for cash or on easy weekly or monthly payments. GARDNER BROS. & CO. Telephone 396 WRITTEN AT RANDOM. Dr. Holland, of Grahamvillc, tells this story on Jailer Joo Miller, lie-fore tho recent democratic primary, when all tho candidates were desperately stumping tho county, Jailer Miller stopped at Dr. Holland's to spend tho night. Ho realized that his opposition in the race wai strong, and was into the campaign with tooth and toe nail. The jailer's face on this occasion was long as n populist speech, and calling tho doctor out behind tho barn after suppur, he began,...

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. — 22 November 1897

Se4 tf I '. r. u . k i H1' ft V :r -'. il I x r ' . ' ' empty packages. ' Kvcryonc gels a pnze, FOR One One FIFTY One CENTS One f T r1 f ent Prices AT ladies leather shopping bag, worth $1.00. J)r. Warner's best corsets, white, drab or black regular price 75c and $1.00 ladies muslin gown, nicely trimmed, with lace and tucks, well worth 75c ladies' fleece-lined union suit, all sizes, regular price, oSc. loo new sample capes, ranging in price from ?t.oo to $5.00. Kach and every one a decided bargain. All wool fur trimmed beaver capes, $2.00 Millinery Department. 100 ladies new trimmed hats, all styles and colors, $1.00 Another lot of velvet hats, handsomely trimmed, well worth $3.00 and $3.50 our price, $2.00. . 150 new pattern hats, worth $5.00, $6.00 and J7 Our price ?4.50. We have also a new lot of French hair switches, regular price $3.50 and $4.00, our price $2.50. Other switches at 75 cents and $1.00. THE BAZAAR, New Store Don't mistake the place. 215 Broadway. Ladies Who Use......

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. — 23 November 1897

I: , Msk M S; a ' XV i ,?' : C' l AT" A - If it' TrUe THE advertisers are! Yqu'll Find it in 1 ne oun r The Paducaw Daily Sun. the Sun is the best nice by which to reach the peopli VOLUME 02 PADUOAII, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2:, 1897. TEN CENTS A WEEK V CONFERENCE APPOINTMENTS. JIcv. II. H. Johnson llio Only Minister lteasslgnctl to rmlucali. Many Changes Muile. Rev. V. A, l'reciiiim Appointed l'l'dliling Conference NoIcm of IiitcrcNt to Church People. Tho Memphis conference in ot Trenlon, Tcnn., reasscmbjed nt .'! o'clock yesterday afternoon and tlio following appointments wero an- nouueed by tho bishop for l'aducah district: W. A. Freeman, presiding elder, l'aducah. Uroadway, 11. II. Johnston. Trimblu street Mission, Jolui C. Wilson. Southeast Paducoh Mission, J. W. Waters. l'aducah circuit, H. C. Holilcr. Wood villa circuit, It. K. Milburu circuit, K. It. Graham. Uardwcll and Wickllffc. J. Il.IIar. Mln. Columbus Station, L. T. Ward. Water Valley circuit, It. M. Wnl. kcr. blat...

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. — 23 November 1897

;- --. A STOCK ns Is a great help to a proper selection. Large purchases by us mean better terms for our customers. Better ad vantages were never offered than wc offer you this season. Our stock Is large and new, our prices fair. i 9 cents Serviceable boucle cloth, with camel's bair stripes, lu dark blue, brown and black shades. 25 cents Strictly nil-wool check nnd novelty dress goods, 30 inche3 wide. 4? cents All-wool and silk-and-wool Scotch' mixtures, 40 inches wide, (or stylish costumes, 50 cents Fine ladies' cloth, in all the fashionable shades. 93 cents Handsome satiu finished broadcloths, in gray, castor shades nnd dark colors, 52 inches wide. $ J. 25 Two-toned effects in English corkscrews and cheviots, for tailor suits. Fur and Feather Boas. Are pronounced favorites with dressy people. Wc are showing them in all tho popular varieties. .Long black coquc feather boas from fiOc to 89c. Stylish gray feather boas a new idea at 81.60. All the fashionablo lengths in fine rich feat...

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. — 23 November 1897

J? I, t. 't ft 'J v W O ' ( i "1 1 1 1 f U L- I Nmil ' - There's a Hot Time in the Old Town Kancclally down nt (innlncr Hies.' Furniture Store, whore they nro continuing Uio special saloon Itockcrs llila week. Just think of it solid oak i.ml imitation mahogany, leather and upholstered ecat ROCKERS With arms, from Sl.fiO to 83.no. Solid leather, ii liolstcrcd scat, tufted leather back Itockcrs for $."..50. li member, wo can furnish jour house from cellar to garret, cheap for cash or on easy weekly or monthly payments, GARDNER BEOS. & CO. Telephone 396 WRITTEN AT RANDOM. Tho present council, which adopted the plans and specifications for the sewerage syem now being constructed, mid which authorized the commencement of work on it. will rs n parting act demonstintc the vlllca cy, practicability anil perfection of the system to the general public, or that portion of It who aro interested enough to attend, by a public Inspection. The fact that tho hucccss of tho system has been uc8lio...

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. — 23 November 1897

H R I cuipU packages. rI;vc:onc gets a prize. FOR FIFTY CENTS LadiesWho Use... Should Burn THlflPft0.r D jcs your wttch run correctly? If not, bring it to where yon know it will be properly repaired. fc'pcclul (Sale. Grapes, per basket, 10c. 1 qt. cranberries, 10c. 1 nt. chow-chow, 20c. 1 gal. Dill pickles, 35c. Choice Northern Potatoes, 70c. New crop N. O. Molasses, 50c. 2 1 lbs. choice Hour, 55c. !i 1 lhs. best patent Hour, 75c. I. L. Randolph, ent Prizes I . has no disagreeable odor, and is equal to alcohol iu every respect. Only 35c pint. Sold at 4 DRUG STORE T.H& Broadwav. Expert Blacksmithing And all kinds of New Work Done on abort notice and on rcasonablo terms. Satisfaction guaranteed. Greif & Christy 319 C'olut Stp.kkt. ictstroar? Tdlophono 89. 123 South Second St. DR. A, M. COVINGTON, OF METROPOLIS, ILL. Tender bl jirolemlonal service lo all from iIIm area ol tbe 12YE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT With wonderful alitll anl a wclal Kuaranloe lo tlio.a iinderlakrn. W- R. CLE...

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. — 24 November 1897

t If ?ft. f1. Vi s . k 1 N A DEADLY vr ro If it's You'll TrMe t c r The 'PaducaH Daily Sun. -THE the Sun advertise1 is the Find it in 1 he oun by which to reach the VOLUME Gil PADUCAH, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBEK 21, 1B97. TEN CENTS A WEEK HEATER. ATcniblo Explosion Occurs On tlm Illinois Cerirnl, Ev- . ansville Division, This Morning. Trnvollni; Freluht Au'iit WittkliiH lltlrt Wreck at Curboiidnlc, Ky This MornliiK"Nw Timo Curd. The bltf Hnkcr heater on coach No. G, train No. 1, Kvausvlllo dMsIon of tho Illlnoli Ceutral exploded about 8:30 o'clock this morning nl l)c Kovcn, Ky., a station n tho division about forty miles north of Princeton, with great violence, aud seriously if not dangerously injured Mr. It. C Watkius, of tho eltv. truvellnir freight agent of this division of tho I. C. Mr. C. C. Cameron, chief clerk to Mr. Harbut and Miss Iluee. of Petersburg, Ind. The passenger train wus In charge of Conductor N in. Cobcnecl, and just entering DcKovcn when the heater exploded w...

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. — 24 November 1897

'-( La' V m m m iff i wm .wn u I It A M I r I "" n . C s? 'If b, r " HL H. JB. j3&4 I L. a, a .J3fc..A.a Is a great help to a proper selection. Large purchases by us mean oilier terms for our customers. Better ad-vantages were never offered than we offer you this Our stock Is large and new, our prices fair. 19 cents Serviceable bouclc cloth, with camel's hair stripes, iu dark blue, browu and black shades. 25 cents Strictly all-wool check and novelty dress goods, 3G inches wide. 49 cents All-wool and silk-and-wool Scotchj mixtures, 40 inches wide, for stylish costumes. 50 cents Fine ladies' cloth, in nil the fashionable shades. 98 cents Handsome satin fluUhcd broadcloths, in gray, castor shades and dark colors, 52 inches wide. $1,25 Two-toned effects in English corkscrews and cheviots, for stylish tailor suits. Fur and Feather Boas Are pronounced favorites with dressy people. We arc showing tlicin in all the popular varieties. Long black coque feather boas from 50c to 89c. Stylis...

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. — 24 November 1897

w Ji- m km iX !. m B :... ? t -T WRITTEN AT RANDOM. 'You'd better bo saving that wind," shouted a Democrat uay ai no passed a iccpumlcan olllclal pumping up his bicycle tire. "Why?" Inquired tho latter as he felt of tho pneumatic to sco it it was full enough. 'Cause it'll bo nil you'll have to livo on when tho new administration goes in" was tho retort, as tho Dcin ocrat moved ou and the Republican reached for a brick. Councilman T. 1 Carter says ho once hud a mosi amusing duel, nl though it was anything but funny to tho victim of the fray at tho time. It happened nway back before most of us wore even prospective, when ploi'urj resulu of various deccnpUong Hue I the river front. Capt. Carter and Col. Martin, who was editor of the "Kentueklau," n paper published about where Knlina whiskey Iijiho is now located, on liroidway near Pirl,wcrc engaged in it gamo oftocial poker, when the Captain' caglo eye detected the unwary JournrlUt with a pat hand up his sleeve, lie accusal tho latter ...

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. — 24 November 1897

f fm- :V 4 fhpty packages. fcryone gets a prize. FOR FIFTY CENTS to tncxo unaeriaKeu. ent Prices DRUG STORE T.H& Broadway. Eastroar? Kodaks We are exclusive agents for this renowned instrument, from pocket size i)ix2 to No. 4 Kodak, 4x5. Films for same in stock. WILLIAM NAGEL " Jeweled and Optician THIRD AND BROADWAY Docs your watch run correctly? If not, bring it to where you know it will be properly repaired. DR. A, M. COVINGTON, OF METROPOLIS, ILL, Tenders Md jirofesslaijal nervlcea to all suffering from dlarisea of the EYE, EAK, NOSE AND TIIKOAT With wonderful nUttl and a bjwclal guarantee W. R. GLEMENT, M.D. Ph. 6. Hours Hi) to 11:00 a.m. 2:0Uto .uotuu. 7:00 lo H.OUpm. To Kof.r. A storo house, 0:1 Iheci'ii.frof 7ih sd Jackson streets, suitab'c for gro t. it awl feed storo. tnrls AT- THE BAZAAR One ladies' leather shopping hag. worth $1.00. One Dr. Warner's best corsets, white, drab or black regular price 75c and Si. 00 One ladies muslin gown, nicely trimmed, with lace and t...

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. — 25 November 1897

J xJ w I "-S ) o THEY MAY FIGHT AGAIN, Ktiinom! TlmL Vitliin Ten Daj.s i New York, Nov. It is hero that Corbctt and will within ten dnj s sign articles for another light. Negotiations arc now progressing between them. A Slick One. Frankfort. Ky . Nov. 25. A slick stranger has been arrested in tills county accused of swiudlini; three hundred farmers on a loan scheme. (.Inlet On Tlio I'otoiiiuc. Washington, Nov. 25 All the departments arc closed totloj for Thanksgiving, nndnoollleinl business is being lone. ANOTllliK CIIAMJi: JJa? he Taken at I lie Proposed Constitutional Amendment. Frankfort, Nov. 25 The friends of the proposed constitutional amendment that was defeated at the recent election hac not hope of another voto next year. The constitution prohibits tlio submission of the same proposed amendment ofteucr than once in live jenrs. but it is claimed that the. recent voto was not in reality "a submission to the people," as contemplated by the constitution, because scleral countie...

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. — 25 November 1897

fc L-V S-- ARGE STOCK Is a great help to a proper selection. Cargc purchases by us mean better terms for our customers. Dettcr advantages were never offered than we offer you this season. Our stock is large and new, our prices fair. 1? cents Serviceable bouclo clotb, tvith camel's balr stripes, in dark blue, brown and black shades. 25 cents Strictly nil-wool check and novelty dress goods, 30 inches wide. 49 cents All-wool and Scotch, mixtures, 10 inches wide, for stylish costumes. 50 cents l'ine ladies' clotb, in all the fashionable shades. 93 cents Handsome satin finished broadcloths, in gray, castor shades and dark colors, 52 iuches wide. $1.25 elTects in English corkscrews and cheviots, for tailor suit?. Fur and Feather Boas,. Ato pronounced favorites with dressy people. We arc showing them in all the popular varieties. Long black coipie feather boas from 50c to 89c. Stylish gray feather boa3 a new idea at 51.60. vAll the fashionable lengths in line otrieh feStfccr bon. Serviceab...

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