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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 30 March 1898

'WW m i. fs& & n i 3 A 48 I Ik CK p i JH A n a m wm U imnHnwi jmmmm iU 2THR0UDH VLSTIBULED PING&BUffET TRAINSDAILT 1 I ' llUtHflH CARS FROM NASHVILLE NEKORLLANS T CHICAGO r.P.JEFFRIES.O.P.A O.H.HILLHAN.0.5JI tVANiVILU.INQ NASnVltlE.TlNN. Illinois Central R.R. TO PALIFORNIA::: J VIA NEW ORLEANS In connection with the Southern IMcltlc Through Weekly Tourist Sleeping Car tearing Cincinnati ami I.ouLvllI on llltnol Central Itallroid fa.t 'New Orleana Limited ' EVERY THURSDAY nnd rducah rerr Friday innrfiTui, for Ij Anirelm and Sn Franclco without rhanite. The Limited alto connect at New Orleans dally Willi Uxpreaa Iraln lur th Pacific roant ami no Tuesday, and halurda) after Janu uarr . U() with the Sunset Limited Annex of th Southern I'iClllc KlvliiKBliecmihrouKh aerTlertiihan t'ranctwn, Particular of atteula fit lb IllliKili Central Uallriiad ami connecting lint. " h. tl. HATCH. DlvWlon I'aaMnifer Aurnt, JOHN A. SCUTT, DlTlslon rawntrer Miiipul, J T ilNO AN. Commercial Aii...

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. — 30 March 1898

r s i f P i Tft' k if r H ' " ! - We;Sell Cheapo We Sell a Heap AND WE'KEEP EVERLASTIH6LY AT IT Look here for separate skirts if you want htvle, quality and low-price. We will not disappoint you in any particular. livery skirt is made from late and durable fabrics, whether wool or silk, and according to the latest cut. The ladies express surprise that we are able to furnish such handsome garments at such prices. A large lot of ladies' figured mohair dress skirts, splendid values, go on sale Saturday tor $1.00. ' One hundred dozen large fringed buck towels go ou sale Saturday for 6 cents. Gardner Bros. & Co, 203-205 South Third street. Telephone 390. Leading Upholsterers of the city. Farmers' James SpenJ H rujuiciur. Kestaurant.... 212 s. second si. The best meal in town for the money.... Open day and night Short Orders JOHN G. MILLER, ATTORNEY AT LAW... 4J9 Broadway. Cheap Groceries. 3 Crown Raisens per lb Tic Seedless Raisens, per lb 7'j Choice Prunes, per lb fie Hominy uud Gri...

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. — 31 March 1898

L V" i: OUR STRICTLY ALL-WOOL SUITS AT we O mm N Baseball Outfit FREE give the bojs jg409 BROADWAY "Holf-n Can Tailor 333 $ $ BROADWAY 5-i" VT m 7 1 The Paducah Daily Sun. VOLUMK Kill PADUCAH, KENTUCKY THURSDAY, MARCH 81, 1898. TEN CENTS A WEEK v MOTH BALLS FOR EVERYBODY ! A full stouk of everything you require for house cleaning. Ring Nelson Soule for your drug wants. We are selling i Sarsaparilla... At 60 cents Bottle Our own make. J. D. BACON & CO. DRUGGISTS... GOLD FISH AGENTS MEXICANS TO MEET. ltcunion of Vets to Ho Held at m Soptenibcr. Harrodsburg, Ky., March 31. At the reunion at Grcensburg Inst year, ii was decided that the Mexican vet erans should meet at this place this voir. Jn accordance with the above, the local committee met yesterday and selected Tuesday, September L'u, a the tlav. Great preparations will be mado to entertain the old soldiers, and it is the wfah of the committee that every Mexican retcrau in tho state attend Mf posslbleT; '' Colson nml Horry Wunt...

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. — 31 March 1898

r r s . s - ' "v j?7"".'; vv ' w I. lv"i. V --." V ''.v. ' J ;.:ffc , OUR SECOND Millinery Opening Thursday, Friday, - - 219 BROADWAY THE PADUCAH DAILY IL THE SUN PUBLISHING COMPANY. DWtCTOns: . M. W. F. Paxtun K.W.Clcinents, i K, Williamson JohuJ. Dorian OfBce, Standard street Mock, 116 North Kourtb Daily, per annum in advance. 8 l.f)0 Dally, Six months " " '2.25 Daily, One mouth, ' ' 10 Daily, per week 10 cents Weekly, per annum in ad- j I ' vance 1.00 Specimen copies free j I THURSDAY, MAK. SI, 18KS PKACEOU WAII. The tension of the relations between this country and Spam has almost reached the breaking point. The excitement in the two Houses of Congress is evidence that that body has reached the point where it will admit of no more delay. In the March 31 pri! , Wb ' The sprinir ami summer hats me here in all their lientity prepared a display for the.se days that will make us more than ever as , We ha ve pioiuincnl The Millinery Leaders of Paducah Showing all the latest inipottati...

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. — 31 March 1898

Tus y . st. . k k- IK. C JiT - gP - frvrs' IP set rr , W r 1 P ViO,Vww - -. ---- 'i.--:i. -"V v- 2THR0UDH iVLSTIBUlfO PIHSfiWHtT 1RAIN5 DAILY IiiiiImIJI CARS FROM NASHVILLE NEWQRIIANS I CHICAGO xtiiRte r.P JEFFRIE5.0 P A O.n.niLLMAN.0.5.A tVAHJVILLt.INI) KASnVllLtjeNH Illinois Central R.R. PALlTORNIA::: J VIA NEW' ORLEANS lo connection with lfa Southern J'acltl'' Through Weekly-Tourist Sleeping Oar Levlwreinelnntlnd IxiuUvllle on lllluol. OutrU IUIIro4 um "Ntw Orleans I.linl:I EVERY THURSPV and lJaeh avoir KrWy roornliltt, for Ixw Anttl Sn Frctco without cliijniir. 1 bm LlmlfO Uo t New Orln Jllr wllh Kiprrwi Train lor tbe I'arlllc ro.in ml cm Twuy nd slunlar nr . l) w"h Sunset Limited Annex of the Southern 1'acinc, gt vlnz nrwcUl through HrtvUwtoSin KranclAoo, I'artlcuUraolaKetiU if the lllluol.Ontral llallrod andconnrcttcir Unto H. I'. HATCH. DlvUIOn lMlnger Ai'M, Mi-input. J TTDOSOVAN, Commercial ABrnt, Kf. A.lt.llanwn.U I'. A Chicago W. A Kellond. A. CI, J. A., Loulivllio. ILLINO...

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. — 31 March 1898

We Sell Cheap '-We Sell a Heap SO I . JAJD.WEKEEE EVERLASTINGLY AT IT Look Jicre for separate skirts if you want style, quality and low rtyivc. we Win noiuisappuiiit yuu in ntiv uarticuiar. uvery skiii is made from late and durable fabrics, whether wool or silk, and to the latest cut. The -FOR- OE WEEK Our special cut price safe of Book Cases and bmyrna Kugs will continue until March 17th as we still have several in stock that must be sold to make room for our spring stock. We will also add to our special cut price sale (until the J 7th) "sideboards and Lenter Tables. ,AHlthe above - mentioned goods will be sold for LESS than actual cost, as we have to make room. Solid Oak Sideboards, from $7.50 to $20 Solid Oak and Imitation Mahogany Center Tables, from 53c to $3.50. Call and see our line of Baby Carriages before you buy elsewhere. Gardner Bros, & Go. 203-20.'i South Third street. Telephone 390. Leading Upholsterers of the city Farmers' James Spence" ATTORNEY AT LAW... 419 Broa...

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. — 1 April 1898

pP &,- fc u r. - uti4 ,,' ;..' j" -.. v f . vr .-e The Paducah I 1 A 1 1 V Sun. $ UATIllWAR INI IB 1 H BALLS FOR EVERYBODY ! A full stock of everything you require for house cleaning-. Ring-Nolson Soulo for your drug wants. Wo are selling Sarsaparilla... At DO cento Bottle-Ou" own make. J. D. OACQN & GO. DRUGGISTS... GOLD FISH AGENTS PRESS BOATS INTO SERVICE IJeport Current 'Unit I lie Unilt'tl States Will Uu That. Think I be .Matter Pi e- mature'. 'Ihotiuli the incnt llui '1 but Klirht. It Is reported that the United States government has made prepara tion to tnko ot crrjy fitcamboat nnd lug in the Ohio river. It is also reported that the authorities have telegraphed to nil the Important llour mills in thr Ohio valley asking if in eae of war they could turn over their entire output. Thero Is a number of big steamers plyieg the Ohio jitcr Hint could easily be utilized as freight carriers in ease of wtr, but the steaniboatnirn hero claim to have received no notification from ...

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. — 1 April 1898

.y- V. w. fc SECOND Millinery Opening Thursday, March Friday, April Dftilv. Sit mnntlis ' , . ....... , . Opening Sale Organdies First mentioned because our line of these beautiful goods will Mir 219 BROADWAY THE PADUCAH DAILY SUN. Published ever' afternoon, except Sunday, by THE SUN-PUBLISHING COMPANY. 4 IhUuHfOIIATrb F. M. KlMIXH..., II W.ClXUENTS, John J. Dorian . W. IM'Ai.TOH .. . . I'HKKlnKNT .VlCtPKRSIIJEST .... SECIUTAHY THEASCKKII DIIIEOTORS: P. M. Fisher, W. K Pa Hon Jt.W.Clenienw. J K Williamson John J. Dorian. OSce, Standard street. Mock, 116 North Fonrth Daily, per annum in advance. 8 4.60 Daily, One month, " 40 Daily, per week 10 cents Weekly, per annum in advance 1,00 Specimen copies free FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 181)8 To make popular 111 this country Spain should send Weyler to Cuba. Wiikn McKinley said "I pray God for peace," he spoke as a Christian and a patriot, and that is why borne people cannot understand him. Evks CoDgress itself subsided yesterday while waitingiior Sp...

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. — 1 April 1898

If.,.- Jj, y HHMHRIHHH GO PHI ICflDMI A ! sT7 Z7 ti.c public iw not' forCCt the CJ ft H L "fc 1 IJ ?. 2THR0UGH VKTIBUIEO TRAINSOAIIY CARS FROM NASHVILLE HEHORIEAHS 1 CHICAGO r.P JEFFRIE5.0 P,A Dn.niLLrlAN.&.S.A (VAM6VILLE.IND NAStlVllLEJtNN. USinois Centra! R. R. TO fALIPORNIA::: VJ VIA NEW ORLEANS In connection Willi tlio hylllhtin I'acli Through Wookly Tourist Slooping Car Cincinnati nn.1 I.onliTlll on Illinois ciuirai itaiiruaa fast '.New tirioaiiii i.iinmi EVERY THURSDAY anil Pailurah trtrr Friday mornlm. for and tiii i wntwiii iiangi Jin Mroluil also ul tirvr Jatljrwlth Uxvriiu Train for Uis I'm ltl ruant ami on luwain ana aiuwuin (aiwr Janu uarr 4, IW) i(ix llio Sunsot Limited Annex of ilia Southern I'aclflc ilvlatclallt)ruimh o Sao I'ranctx lar iculitra of of la llUnuliLVutral llallroail an.1 lri. . . HATt'll. DItMou Pasicticcr llminnalt, john a lVNM!neT Alfllt, J T )N() V Corrni.rclil Aiirm. l',tJiK.ili Ky. A It. V A. CUwinn W A. ItrlljUil. A. (J 1 A., trfMlliylll. ILLIN...

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. — 1 April 1898

ft ,. WONDERFUL -PRICE INDUCEMENTS THIS WEEK f Skirts and Waists.... I Millinery Department The largest stock, the butt productions of the leading of the country, now open for your inspection, a line well worthy the attention of all interested in refreshing styles at extremely low prices Sto.oo. co for $4.98 Ladies' extra heavy plain or satin skirts, worth f 12.00, go for Figured mohair skirts, odd sizes, $1.00. Wonders in "Waists Silk waists in extremely handsome styles, the newest and largest stock in the city. Five dollar silk waists go for Jz.oJ; i 7. 50 silk waists go for $3.98. Just received 500 new jeweled and fancy novelty belts. Prices from 25c to 9SC, worth double. - v We will also add to our special cut price sale (until the 1 7th) Sideboards and Center Tables. All the above - mentioned goods will be sold for LESS than actual cost, as we have to make room. Solid Oak Sideboards, from $7.50 to $20 Solid Oak and Imita tion Mahogany Center Tables, from 53c to $3.50. Call and ...

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. — 2 April 1898

yn ,"J. Ji J " ( V1M 1 The PaducaIh Daily Sun. . w - HV - VOLUME 170 PADUCAH, KENTUCKY SATUUAY. APKIL 2, 1898. 5& TEN CENTS A WEEK I. I 4 tr" " -TV 1 f Er' IV- FRESH HUYLEFS In this afternoon : Chocolates, Fralinis Taffy (new), Etc., at SOULE'S 313 Broadway Phone 313 Up-to-date stock patent medicines. Prescriptions solicited. We are selling: Sarsaparilla... At 60 cents Bottle Our own make. J. D. BACON & CO. DRUGGISTS... GOLD FISH AGENTS REED ON CUBAN INDEPENDENCE. WarnJ Ills I.iuutcnnnU to Look nt the Question Philosophically. Washington, April 2. Speaker Heed a day or two ngo warned his lieutenants to look nl the question of Cuban independence philosophically, , and to explain the situation to their colleagues. He said. "Recognition of independence Is equivalent to a declaration of war. When the Cubans say tint they want nothing but a recognition of their independence, they know that it would mean war between this country and Spain. If wo recognize Cuban Independence vvc mu...

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. — 2 April 1898

lift C- ftjwisipiuuii'mfli wW'itf K5 '"' y(y .- .-e- -iv KiJ Correct Things to Buy For Easter Novelties that are absolutely complete appearance Parasols for Easter The most stylish color combinations in rich plaids, checks and col ored borders, gauzy chiffons and white silk parasols, from 1.50 to $3.00, Costumes Ready to Wear For Easter Separate skirts and coat suits latest styles. Black and fancy taffeta silk waists, prettier and much cheaper.than you can have them made, only $4.80 and $5.40. Stylish Easter Neckwear Twenty-five cents buys a new net orJFrenchlawn scarf, daintily trimmed, two yards long. Thirty-five cents, 50c and 60c buy some wonderfully pretty scarfs in black or white that cannot be made up at these prices. Beautiful white embroidered yokes, collars and dress fronts, with shoulder straps and belt pieces, at 50c, 69c and oSc. Fringed ribbon ties at 39c, 50c and 75c. Handsome moire, satin and taffeta sashes, with heavy knotted fringe ends, at $ 1.50, $2.50 and $3.50....

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. — 2 April 1898

- ' i'5rt - I w - pr.v i 2IHR0U0H VESTIBULED TRA1NSDA1LT CARS FBGtt NASHVILLE HEHORLCANS T CHICAGO f.P.JEFFRIES.G.P.A O.nillLLHAH.05.1 tViNiVILL.IND NA5HVILUEJJHN. Illinois Central R. R. TO PALIFORNIA::: J VIA NEW ORLEANS In connection with tbe boulbrrn l'acltlc Through Weekly Tourist Sleeping Car tM Inir Cincinnati and l.oulvlIl on Illlnol Cju. rat IUllrod last' New Orleai.ii I.tmlUtl" EVERY THURSDAY nnd laducli ercrr Friday lunrntnir, for Imi Atx'in'n ami San rraucliK'o without ftaiuim'. Tim I.lmluxl also conurcU at Niw Orlen dally with KxrT' Train lor Hie t'winc roa.i anu fm TumuRfi aim aiuru..j.i tunc, with tb Sunset Limited Annex of lh SouHirrn Tactile, KlvtaK P"l'H thriX'Kh arrvlrftitSan I'rancLvo, r.nlcuUrs ol ait' nw or the llll nnl Central Itallnmd ami ronurclloil linn. h. 0. HATCH, DlrUion I'anMncrr Acnl. Cincinnati, JOHN A. SCOTT, DItUIob raMcngrr Agmt, Meiiiiittla. J T DONOVAN. UoinwrrcUl KJ-A.M. llaniuin.O P A Cblcaitn W.A. Krllood A.O V A., I.oulivl!le. ILLINOIS CENTRA...

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. — 2 April 1898

f v rU V. I I n jt t pi it tion. Kicked by a llor.se. Mr. John Madden, the cigar maker, was kicked on the hand hy a horse while out driving yesterday afternoon. He bad stopped to adjust eomu harness when the animal kicked him. Painters nnd l'nper Hangers. The paper hangers and painters are requested to meet at the city hall tomorrow morning to complete arrangements for organization. The charter for the union will arrive next time week some. Funeral of Mrs. Wngoner. The funeral of the late Mrs. Elizabeth Wagoner took place at 10 o'clock this forenoon, Ilev. M, E. Chappell otilciating. The Interment occurred at St. lionifacc cemetery. He Moved to Metropolis. Will Scott, who has for some time been connected with the Uaiicr pot tery in Paducah, has taken charge of the Metropolis pottery. He will soon remove his family there. Incandescent lamp globes suitable for system for sale at McPhcrson's Drag store. tf Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair. DIt tiUCFt CREA...

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. — 4 April 1898

I a "V j I . , v if'- m The Paducah Daily Sun a VOLUME 171. FRESH HUM In this afternoon : 'Chocolates, Pralinis ' Taffy (now), Etc., at SQULE'S 313 Broadway Phone 313 UctOMlKtd Btock patent medicines, Prescriptions solicited. We aro soiling At Sarsaparilla... DO cents Bottle ( Our own make. J. D, DRUGGISTS... BACON & CO. GOLD FISH AGENTS . FXA1T0S ...AND ORGANS,, Will be placed on special sale for Uie next TEN DHYS t AT T1IJ. HARDING & MILLER MUSIC HOUSE Tin: nicest line pianos and organs vcr offered in Paducah, at the iowot prices and on easiest terms. in cmakgk oi' JI. D. MAYPIELD, OENEMTOENT Live Iiustlcin wanted. ZOLA FREE. No. 1 35 South Third St. Court Quashes Sentence and Hemits Fines Against Him. Paris, April 1. The court of cessation ou Saturday quashed the tcneo of oue year's imprisonment and three thousand francs line imposed upon Kmilc Zola on February 23, a result of the collapse of the charges made by him in the Aurorc against the conduct of the Kslcrha.y court...

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. — 4 April 1898

1 !. V "Us y:.t??2zs2tt?xzHTinas!EZ!rs3ritKru RACKET STORE 407 BROADWAY Wc are showing the prettiest line of novelty dress goods in Paducah. Another new lot came in Saturday. The, prices are 25c, 35c, 40c, 45c, 48c, 49c, 50c, 59c and 69c. We fuvite you to call and look the stock over. WASH GOODS Forty patterns of a special bargain in a fine sheer wash fabric, in rich colorings, at 9c a yard. This goods has always commanded uJtfc and 15c. See the fine madras cloths at isJtc a yard. ' FOR SUITS . . . AND SKIRTS . . . Princess ducks in fifteen pretty patterns, only 10c a yard. Cotton coverts, five colorings, i2,Sc a yard. The above two fabrics are fast sellers for suits and separate skirts. DRESS SKIRTS Figured etamiueskirts a big bargain (black only), $1.39. Figured brilliantine skirts our big seller, $1.98. Big line dress skirts, $2.69, $2.98 and $3.50. Big values in the hosiery department, ladles', men's and children's seamless hose, 10c, ia,Vc, 15c. Complete new line of Easter ribb...

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. — 4 April 1898

li . if 3 fe '- ' I I f I BBBI1G0 YflTidnlr99 T0 ElJillllli iVjJ&iiji ?uJSirsiiif!22255uiawi 2TJ1R0U in aaratr TWDniiMUirr VEJTIBUl raiSHTrtU H!l! PINGfiMfffT 1RJUHSCA LV CARS FROM NASHVIL .L HEWORLEANS W CHICAGO tV&a&y f.PJEFFRIES.G.P A O.n.niLLHAM.0.5.1 tvANaviu.,lND NASnVlllE.UNri. Illinois Central R.R. TO fALIFORNIA::: J VIA NEW ORLENs nitii ib' Southern lUclllv. Through vookly Tourist Sleeping Car ivSi,fiT''lftaMl1 ni I'OUlrllli. on Illinois lniran jiiroa.HttSt "New Orleans Ultima EVERY THURSDAY nd I'ailurah cwry KrlJay morning lor I.os Angrtra ami Han I'min Inco mKIhiiu chant,'!' 'lliy I.lmltcJ also connect at New Orleana tUlly with i:xprra Train for tln Tarliic coait and on Turmly anJ sjiurdata latter ISA) nlttj the Sunset Limitod Annex of Oin Southern ratine, cIvlnitMioclalthroUKh in San l'rancl. I'artlcul.iraut ak'ruui of the IUlouLCrntr.il Itallrnad ami 1 iiiirtltUK J In tit. s. I,. 1 1 ATi II. IllrlMon Airmt, uu. Innall. JOHN' A MirTT, IMvlilon I'awenK'T Akhii...

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. — 4 April 1898

?.. Connoisseur's Cigar. WONDERFUL PRICE INDUCEMENTS THIS WEEK Skirts and Waists,,. Millinery Department The largest Mock, Hie pro- We can truthfully say we have (tactions of the lending th.i most beautiful and complete Hirers of the country, now open for line of millinery in l'aducali. your inspection, a line well worthy the attention of all interested in refreshing styles at extremely low prices. Ladies' rich brocaded silk skirts, extra heavy, very wide, worth $10.00, go for 4.08. Ladies' extra heavy plain or brocaded satin skirls, worth Si 2.00, go for $7.98. .... Figured mohair hkirlh, odd sizes, M.OO, LOCAL MENTION. Water Notice. Patrons of the Water Co. are reminded that their rents expired March 31. 7'hoso desiring to renew this quarter's rcDt should do so before it is forgotten, as all prcni'sos not paid for on or before April 10 wi.l off. tf ILL OF CONSUMPTION. The wife of Mr. J. T. Webb, at "Benton, is reported in a precarious condition from consumption. Oak Stoyo Wood. On...

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. — 5 April 1898

Ife 1 4 ! I t hf, ! ' K&", Pest v I ?, , '. f. ??, , ; V "" ,VV '- - ., - A M' Che Paduca Daily Sun. . , . 'Wt VOLUME 172 OILER'S : FRESH In this afternoon : Chocolates, Pralinis Taffy (new), Etc., at SOULE'S ' 313 Broadway Fhono 313 i Jp-to date stock patent medicines. ij.'jcseriptiona tolicitfd. tVb are sell Id: Sarsaparilla... At 50 cents Bottle-Our own make. -J. D. BACON & CO. DRUGGISTS... r:m r ci.u AnmiTe w w mil nwbii o JFIA2T0S . ...AND ORGANS.,, Will be placed on special sale for the next 1TEN DKYS at thi: HflK NN&.M IK III lllalllfl W W BlMtMiLali MUSIC HOUSE The nicest line pianos and organs ever olfercd in Paducah, at the lowest prices nnd on easiest terii'j. IN CH KGli OK 4D. 0. HIYFIELD, GEK.'KXL AGENT Live hustlers No. 125 South WMtciJ. Third St MORE SPANISH MINES. Forty Floating Submarine Terrors Hecrctj placed in Front and About Morro Castle. Havana, April ft. Forty Iloating submarine mines wero secretly planted in Havana harbor last Wednesday night by t...

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. — 5 April 1898

l-:- W f fc fc (.i j 0 Kid Gloves for Easter In all the up-to-date shades, to match the Easter dress, with patent clasp and button, for S1.00 and $1.50 a pair. This is the handsomest line of Cloves in the city. gifiwpgwpgg Correct Things to Buy For Easter y $& Novelties that are absolutely necessary to give a stylish complete appearance to your Easter costume. PADUCAH CYCLE WORKS 126 and 128 North Fifth street, near Palmer Honto. Dr. Albert Bernheim !M IIOUES Physician and Surgeon Fifth Stkkkt.O?'. Nkxt Door. Tuk 1'almkb 7:30- 0:00 a.m. 1:00 3 :00 p.m. f J I 7:00 8:80 p.m. Telephones SjJBj 361 eidonco, in and Parasols for Easter The most stylish color combinations in rich plaids, checks and colored borders, gauzy chiffons and white Mlk parasols, from $1.50 to S3.00. Costumes Ready to Wear For Easter Separate skirts and coat suits made by experienced tailors in the latest styles. Black and fancy taffeta silk waists, prettier and much cheaper than you can have them made, only 4.80...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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