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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 5 May 1898

V ik 1ft. f hu & Mtt : ' " - -'. V 1 2THR0U5H VLSTIBUIEO ra&BurfET TRAJNSOAILY CARS FROM NASHVILLE IOTLEANS TJ CHICAGO f.P.JEFFRIES.G.P.A O.n.niLLHAN.03.A tVAHJVIULE.INO. NASttVllLE.TtNH. Illinois Central R.R. TO pALIFORNIA::: J VIA NEW ORLEANS In connection with the Southern l'acltlc Through Weekly Tourist Sleeping Oar tearing Cincinnati and Lotilvltl on Illinois OnlraiiUlIroail last "New Urlvaus Llmltwl" EVERY THURSDAY and Padach trcrr Friday morning, for Los AokH ana San rranclmi without rhanw. Tbe Ltrattml al.o rnnnrcu at Nrw Or If .nil dally with Kxrr Train for ih l'acltle rovit ami on TuwkIsiti and .Saturday ttlr IB) llb ths Sunset Limited Annex ol tbe Southern 1'aclflc, iiMne ttirotich wrrlcn to San KrancNrn, Particular))! aitrnla or tkt llllnoUOntral llallroad and omnecllUK linn. S. U. HATCH, DlrUlon I'asscaccr ab.ui, Cincinnati, JOHN A. SCOTT, Division I'lucngrr Air.ut Mniiphls. J.T. DONOVAN. Commercial Atrrnl. Poducab Kf. A. It. llarwoo. O ' A.. Chiraico W.A. lOUon...

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. — 5 May 1898

rprrtl i"imi ' f t ' - J r x-- &, l . i r. i n -' i t i tit V, K r i" r PRICES ARE CONVINCING FACTS That there's no getting around. This week's sale and prices are indisputable facts. That you can't duplicate our bargains is another fact. Kid Glove, -Ow hundred and fifty pairs vi ry line kid gloves, samples, all .shades, regular $1.00 quality, sires s'ti, 51t and 6, your choice of any in the lot, 59c Three hundred new silk ties, beautiful shades, samples, no two alike, just the tiling to wear with your new shirt waists. Regular price 50c; sale price 15c. Belts A large new line of jeweled belts, worth 50c, go in this sale for 50 Shirt Waists Five hundred new shirt waists, all styles and colors, regular prices 50c and 75c, sale price 39c. Don't handsome $5.00 Our motto : We sell cheap, we sell a heap, and we keep everlastingly at it. 215 BROADWAY.., THE BAZAAR ...215 BROADWAY DON'T MISTAKE THEilPLACE Monuments... n H.M.U'MTl Wo have in stock a line line of finished monuments which...

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. — 6 May 1898

I "J SS i &'.. ;iu? i T T i wpwMfiippr n-v 'wr - -" 'jry.? ..,. 'i',., Wii'H . hi - v.s Pitt 'H& v Tako Your Prescriptions to INELSON SOUIE'S DRUG STORE Up tojuatc in nil limn. The purest of liquors for inediciunl uo only ICEfvCREAM .Agcnt for lluylcr's. Goods delivered. Telephone 013. HEAVY FIRING HEARD. New York ant! Charleston Un- easy Over Cannonading at Oper a tors Refuse News. HAS A BATTLE TAKEN PLACE? Troops Hearty to Sail for Cuba. .MomiiiUo Fleet Ordered to Convey Troops for (lie On- ban Invasion. KNEBAL FITZHUGH .LCE OjES TO CUBA. New York, May (5. This city is excited over heavy Hring which took place at sea this forenoon. The cause is unknown. The operator at Sandy Hook refuses to give any information according to government orders. Charleston, S. C, Mnyti Hcavj Bring was heard off this port this forenoon. It lasted forty minute. What Is the cause ia only n matter of conjecture. Norfolk, Vn , May C The licet has received orders to sail tonight for Tampa, Kla., to...

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. — 6 May 1898

I f Good Ir It few- & 'V Br l "i "W. tScstS5 THE PADUCAH DAILY SUN. Published every afternoon, except Sunday, by lHt MJA iMIHL 5H RU UUMr'ANT. V IHOOnrOItATtD F af.FiP.nin lMir.siDENT K. W. ClXMIHTB VICE PRESIDENT John J. Dorian seciietahy w p.l'axton ....theasuiieh directors: r M. Msber, W. F.Paxton It.W.Clrarnts, J J Williamson John J. Dorian. Office, Standard street. Ulock. 115 North Fourth Daily, per annum in advance. $ 1.50 Daily, Six months " ' 2.25 Daily, One mouth, " " 10 Daily, per week IU Weekly, per annum in advance 1.00 Specimen copies free FRIDAY, MAY 0, 18'J8 WHAT OFTIIKFUTUKE? The rapidity of passing events has brought this couutry face to face with complications mat have been anticipated only by close students of the spirit of the times. The whole territorial expansion of this country, which in every case has been amply justified by surrounding events, has at tho time of its accomplishment been bitterly opposed iu many quarters and this opposition has be;n based ...

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. — 6 May 1898

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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. — 6 May 1898

l GREAT SALE OF MANUFACTURERS' SAMPLES KT THE BHZHKR Tliis '.1c begins Saturday mid coutinucs until all these goods arc sold. Oncliundivdnr.d fifty new ladies' , Don't forget A handsome $3.00 molinir skirts, taffeta lined, seven ; 30x60 Smyrna rug given with every gores. These skirts are well worth j $25.00 coupon ticket. $1.50, $1.75 and ?2.oo. The sale price is 5i.oo. J Millinery Five hundred new One hundred new gros grain silk spring and summer sailors, the very skirls, perfect fitting, extra width, latest effects in color and shape, 23c regular price SO.oo, $7.00 aim ?S.oo and upwards. sale price $4.oS. One lot of Very stylish, dressy One hundred new spring silk, walking hats, straw, regular price waists, regular price 5.00 ami ' i. 50, sale price 75c. $6.00, sale prices $i.qS and $2.98. Three hundred new stylish hundred new percale shirt med hats at $1.50, $2.00, $2.25 and waists, regular price 75c, sale price ! $2. 50, worth from S2.50 to $5.00. 30c. The most extensive line of...

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. — 7 May 1898

r , J"' v l t f ill ' The Paduc am Daily Sun. VOLUME 200 PADUCAH, KENTUCKY SCTHtDAY, MAY 7, 1!)0. TEN CENTS A WEfcJK. UM K. )Ihk i n i ,, 3iMHlMBi1rf H "Sir v & if tW . 1J i . ' k-v Take Your Prescriptions to NELSON SOULE'S DRUG STORE Up to tlnte in nil lines. Tho purest of liquors for medicinal use ouly. ICE CREAM SODA-PURE! Agent for Uuylcr's. Goodi delivered. Tdcpbono 313. 4 GENERAL CONFERENCE. The Venerable Hishop, John C. Keener, Resigns Caused a Sensation by His Unexpected Action InUsriMUeic Statistic of tho Growth, of This tlon rrocccdlngaof Iuk Scfluions of tho Hotly. Baltimore, Hy 7. A sensation was csum I Lore toward the close of the opening easloa of tho thirteenth general conference of tho M. h. Church, South, when Bishop John C. Keener, In faltering tones, announced ihU deslro to be lellcvcd of thu duties of his office He Is a, senior member of the Kplscopal board and Is in his 81st year. Ho has been an itinerant prcachv fifty-six years and was looked upon as the fa...

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. — 7 May 1898

H. '! I E B 7 fi High - Muslin Underwear - AT - Greatiy Reduced Prices Just an Item or Two K "0M3RELLE" J i A lot of gowns that have been selling readily at6g and 75c reduced to 50 and 59c this week These 98c gowns with fancy sailor collars, embroidered ruffles, 75c. a? fa Natty made, tucked muslin skirts 69c. This good chemise, 35 cents Good quality muslin chemise, with yoke of tucks and insertion, nainsook embroidery all round. We have cut the price of these elaborate lawn chemise, lace, ribbon and insertion trimming, to $1.50. Gentlemen Get good values here Shirts We are selling well-made real percale shirts, with laundered collars and cuffs at 50c. New Sailors and Bicycle Hats zn mc Our nrice for the new ladies and misses. $j ,00 Buys here the most stylish you H.35 eisewuere. Read This Carefully IN OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT 'Tis conceded if you can't find what you are hunting for you need not look elsewhere. Come in and get what you want. 60 CENTS BUYS A woman's grain house slipper, w...

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. — 7 May 1898

u s, I' ,ij 'V ', J ui : f V F7 i s? n ,.v y V r I"! 'THROUGH ''NASHVILLE IV. -I X ,v- eW PINGfiBUffET CARS FROM NtWORLEANS y CHICAGO f.P.JEFFRIES.O.P.A O.n HILL.MAN.&.S.A ' MN6VIIIE.IND NAinVILLE.TCNN. Illinois Central R.R. TO CALIFORNIA::: J VIA NEW ORLEANS In connection with tba , Southern 1'acIBc Through Weekly Tourist Sleeping Oar reaving Cincinnati and. !iilarlll on Illinois Central ltallroad fall "New Orleans Limited" EVERY THURSDAY and Paducab etrery Friday morning, lor Ixnt AnglM and San Franclwo without change. The LtmllM lo connect al New Orleans dally with Kiprrwi 1 rain tor the Pacific roast and on Tawday. and H.turd.iya i after WM) with lUa Sunset Limited Annex cf the Southern I'acinc, giving iUI thnmgb aeTYlcti to San Hraiidwn. Particulars of am nu if tba llllnoli Central ltallroad and connntlng lion. S. tl. HATCH, DlrUInn Passenger Agmt. Cincinnati, JOHN A SCOTT. DltUlon PaaMngrr Agent, Memphis. J T DONOVAN Commercial Agent, Paducah Ky. A. II Hanson. t P. A-Chica...

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. — 7 May 1898

U.M.U'.M.M and fifty new im- Work on the sewerage was resumed this morning, a lnrge force being put to work on tho main sewer. The operations of the ditching machines never fail to attract large crowds of people, especially on Saturday, when no many strangers are in town. PAINFULLY HURT. Geo. Simpson, of the Ohio Spoko and Rim Co., was painfully hurt at the factory yesterday. A spoke strucK him under the right eye, and will lay him up for several days. Dr. Edwards, Ear, Eye, Nose and fhroo. Specialist, Faducah, tf. For plants that your orders with o m 3 C. L. will bloom, leave RltUNSOS & Co. GUN CLUB SHOOT. Thc regular shot of thc Padticali Gun Club which was postponed from yesterday, will lake place Monday afternoon at La Belle park, and a silver can of powder and thc regular trophy medal will be shot for. Thc ladies are especially invited to attend, and assured a pleasant afternoon. Telephone 29 for torewood. a load of hickory tf Clicnp Groceries. 3 Crown Raisins per lb bo See...

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. — 7 May 1898

f cv , :.u r i.-i Hi bbb .Hsi Work on the sewerage was resumed this morning, a large force being put to work on the main sewer. The operations of the ditching machines never fail to attract large crowds of people, especially on Saturday, when so many strangers are in town. PAINFULLY HURT. Geo. Simpson, of the Ohio Spoke and Rim Co., was painfully hurt at the factory yesterday. A spoke struck him under the right eye, and will lay him up for several days. Dr. Edwards, Ear, Eye, Nose and Specialist, Paducah, tf. For plants that will bloom, leave your orders with 5 m 3 C. L. Biiunso.v & Co. GUN CLUB SHOOT. The regular shot of tho Paducah Gun Club which was postponed from yesterday, will iake place Monday afternoon at La Belle park, and a sliver can of powder and the regular trophy medal will he shot for. The ladies are especially invited to attend, and assured a pleasant afternoon. Telephone 29 for a load of hickory torewood. tf Clienn GrocencH. 3 Crown Raisins per lb Co Seedless Ra...

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. — 9 May 1898

NSEr hf v I '-. K&- . fife- PADUdAM ; few Daily Sun. tfl VOLUME 201 PADUCAH, KENTUCKY MONDAY. MAY W, 1808. TENCENT8 A YVEtiK Take Your Prescriptions to NELSON SOULE'S ,. DRUG STORE it Up to date ta nil lines. The purest of liquors for medicinal use only, ICE CREAM SODA-PURE I Agent for Huylcr's. Goods delivered. Telephono 313, HOW THE POWERS FEEL. EiiRtaml Will Not II rook Interference Till it In All Over. London, Hay 9. Now that Dewey liu been heard from additional Inter est la taken in the internal affairs of Spain. Many believe tbut the war -will Ira brought to an end within a few weeks, hut they do not think Spain can bow to the inevitable without sacrificing tho government and dynasty. Many stories nro afloat as to tho proposed attitude of the powers when the crisis reaches tho stage winch will demand interference to preserve intact the concert of Kurope. Tho Arena claims that the (towers bad concluded to intervene after the first battle, but that tho scheme was epoltcd by ...

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. — 9 May 1898

t I -Mm & 'n "j?i . Tako Your Prescriptions to NELSON SOULE'S DRUG STORE Up to dale In nil lines. The purest o( liquors for medicinal use only, ICE CREAM SODA-PURE! If Agent for Uuylcr's. Goods tldivcrcd. Telephono 313, MOW THE POWERS FEEL to England Will Not Hrook Interference Till 11 In All Over. London, May 9. Now that Dewey lias been heard (nun additional Inter-cat ia taken in the internal affairs of Spain. Many believe that the war -will 1ms brought to an end within a few weeks, but they do not think Spain can bow to the inevitable with-out sacrificing the government and dynasty. Many stories are afloat as to the proposed attitude of the powers when the crisis reaches ttio stage winch wilt demand interference to preserve intact the concert of Kurope. The Arena claims that the powers liad concluded to intervene after the first battlo, but that tho scheme was spoiled by the refusal of Kussia to agree at the list moment, Austria also holding out against the plan, liolh these c...

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. — 9 May 1898

II ., f I I The United States is now shipping sted rails to Russia as well as to Australia. A recent announcement from Australia shows that American bidders were successful in obtoining a contract for the delivering of a large lot of steel rails for use in that country even against bids coming from England and Germany, and now come reports that the new Sine rian railroad is to be metalled with American steel. Wiienkveu news is scarce, which oomelimes happens even in Paducah, the local papers can rely on an item from the chaingang. Not that a prisoner escapes every day. It is not that frequent ; but the escapes are altogether too frequent for the good of the city. Perhaps the matter might bo investigated, or better still, the prisoners be not allowed to take leg bail whenever they have a mind to. Tiik strength and permanence of the business improvement which followed tho rejection of free coinage and tho enactment of tho Dingley law, are shown by the fact that in the important lines ...

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. — 9 May 1898

t?v 'k V I. u .a 3 .j . ,? ,,fV "if l"'i A Ki , 'Vr'?tBMBBBBBBBMaBaWaWaaaaaWal If It falls to cure gro to your merchant liH MOTHBALLS! E Si 1 Wg ufl u ra m wmem qui iB mM lllH .& imi u t tt h&j&wa AND GET YOUR MONEY BACK. 3 1 i' rw We will refund to him. Price 50 cts. 41 mm PiB ini lii pi Wm ftim i! u N ; K- SS C-S La Ri W hi m Hi I am amH II I " bbbM n i VAN DRUG CO., m .. --, rFvttz .v:-" .'-'! - lrwvAVjHi mm KBSSii TV. '.M-. ? Sole Proprietors, MEMPHIS, TENIM. .) iinKuubn MOiroHflft VtSTlBUirO PINSfiBMET TDmucnMiv ll'AUlLyJpW CARS FROM fNALHVIIir HtWOBLEANS V TlVutr.VV? I" llllUtUU. r.P.JEFFRIE5.G.P.A 0.HJ1ILLM4N.D.5JI tVANJVItLE.INO NASnvilLE.TCNN. Illinois Central R.R. 2 TO CALIFORNIA::: VIA NEW ORLEANS In connection with the Southern l'acinc Through Weekly Tourist Sleeping: Car Leafing Cincinnati and LouIhtIIIa on Illinois Ctntral Itallroad luf'Nm Orleans Limited" EVERY THURSDAY and Padncah eTery Friday morning, for Los Angeles and San Francisco without change. Thi...

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. — 9 May 1898

4 f 1 ' GREAT SALE OF MANUFACTURERS' SAMPLES j 7T THE BKZHKR This sale Uins Saturday and goods are One hundred and fifty new ladies' mohair skirts, taffeta lined, seven cores. These skirts are well worth $1.50, $1.75 ami $ 2.00. 1 he sale price is $1.00. . 1 -., new cros cram silk skirts, perfect fitting, extra width, regular price $6.00, $7.00 and fcS.oo sale price $4.98- One hundred new spring silk waists, regular price ?5'o a" a on snip nrices Si. 08 and 52. 98. v ' - . . -1 t.:.4 Five hundreu new pcreaicsiim waists, regular price 75c, sale price 39c . . . l im-1 One nuiulreu uul fifty new ported jeweled belts, no two alike, Ibbi prices. ? if reKular price Si.oo, sale price whiUjf Dollar and a-half hair switches, thev last. 10c. . Others worth 50c goor25C. Five hundred paT very heavy 1.1 1 ..,1 Iodine' ..,..... llfYl .. , riuucu tiiiuj n u regular pjfice 10c, sale price 5c, 2I5UR0ADWAY... THE BAZAAR ...215 BROADWAY Monuments... We have in stock a fine line of finished monuments w...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 9 May 1898

I 4 fc I ."- fc. . . 44 ORE AT SALE OF MANUFACTURERS' SAMPLES 7TT THE BHZHKR This sale 1.ks Saturday and continues until nil these goous arc One hundred and fifty new ladies' mohair skirts, taffeta lined, seven Kores. These skirts are well worth $1.50, Sr.75 and $2.00. The sale price is .Si.oo. . ... One nunureu new bi fei.n. o.. skirts, perfect fitting, extra width, regular price ?6.oo, $ 7.00 and $8.00 sale price $4.98- One hundred, new spring silk waists, regular price $5.00 and $6 00, sale prices Si.oS and $2.98. Five nunareti new percaie snin nUt. retrular nrice 7.SC sale price 3qCi One hundred and fifty new norted jeweled belts, no two alike, . ..-1.. ....:. ...l.ii.f regular price ?i.ou,san; iiitc vmie they last, 59c. .r"" Others worth 50c go for25c. Five hundredrymS very heavy ribbed children's and ladies' hose, regular price 10c, sale price 5c. 215fcROADWAY,.. THE BAZAAR ...215 BROADWAY Monuments... We have in stock a Hue lino of finished monuments H;H: which Must be Sold F...

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. — 10 May 1898

. rut J,- ... The Paducah Daily Sun 1 il y -. " , r i u.l V t ;- OLUMI IITNUMBEH 202 r K- Take Your i Prescriptions to IELS0N SOULE'S DRUG STORE 'Aft Up tofela in nil lines. Tho purest "w" luuiiwnai use only. ICECREAM 'Agent for Iluyler'a. Good 4aMvrc& Telephone 31 3, J t SITUATION AT MANILA, A war correspondent 8um$ u,, lhc situ.llon Inthe puillpplncs m Foot! Bur.pUc, (n Maul. have run short lvuly. a Js estimated that the to-i u onjy cnough lo jut two "".. o rnoro can be brought iu. CMiodorc Dewey's licet has invested the city In the water, ad the Insurgents control all laud ipproaclres. It Impossible for the Inhabitants to M to the present supply of fold wHhout the consent of the American 'commodore He Is in absolute Tho forts at Manila uro not strong enough to coi with his guns. The licet would have no trouble In raxing tae city's defenses and in utterly destroying tho residence and business quarters. Not only the govornor general, but me pcopic as well, realize that If Dewey...

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. — 10 May 1898

- & f it ' t . EU ".C .a1 All the American consuls in tho West Indies have been wired to report immediately any news of tho fleets. Severe storms have been raging during tho past few days, and this fact doubtless adds to thc feeling of GEN. MILES GOES TO TAMPA. May 10 Gen. Miles, accompanied by his staff, will leave for Tampa tonight to lead the first expedition to Cuba. This Is considered very significant) and it is believed that thc and long-expected invasion of Cuba will begin at once, under the personal direction and leadership of Gen. Milos. Orders have been issued by tbo war department for thc rapid mo New York, May 10 It is believed here and also in Washington that the Urazilian cable has been cut by order of thc Spanish government, In order that they may get their fleet to Manila with thc hope of ambushin" Dewey. ADMIRAL MONTIJO KILLED; iff'. London, May 10 A Hong Kong" special aaya it ifl reported that Admiral Montijo has been massacrccd by tho insurgcnU, whilo attempti...

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. — 10 May 1898

Mi&lia L c ' 1 - ... t ml ' ' y -, I- I. te Wf . : T& . ..in 1 High-Grade p SSi A iTT just an. Item or Two From the;Bjg:8tok t r ..i . r ;! : .0. i . .. , , , i iL k teiiiiiiiii THI-; PJDUCAH DAILY SUN, Published in. 1 1, OB1M,' sunaard treeu, , I.-. rs IllocV. lib Nortn Fourth Daily, per annum in advance. 0 4.50 Daily,-Six months Daily, One month, " " 10 Daily, per week 10 cents Weekly, per annum in ad- .anco .................. 1.00 Specimen copies free TUESDAY, MAI' 10, 18U8. 7T Vi iiln tho expenses of jtho ment during the civil war amounted to $1,000,000 a day, it was thought the climax of expenditure In thai line, hpd been reached sition was false. Tl The hc cost of the war Spain lias already' passed round"iiumbtrs Sampson's squadron has n displacement of -10,-000 tfln3,jindarN tjirow. 20,000 poundSyf uio'tal atouc discharge while the Spanish Capo Verde squadron has a displacement of 211,000 tons and a discharge of 10,000 pounds, ltrjiig on that other Armada I Tiik Omaha...

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