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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 8 June 1898

rW "tfl t w. i Vtt ' ! V hfrn ., -' r 117 J J- S (L- Is 9i C V I 1 rt Ll 2THR0UQH VISTIBUtED TRAtKSDAILY HASHVIllE T CHICAGO THfiOOHMt PlNGSBUffET CARS FROM NEWORlDUfi r.P JEFFRIE5.G.P.A O.nillLLMAN.05.A tVAHJVU.LE.INO. NASflVlllE.UNrl. Illinois Central R.R. TO PALIFORNIA::: VIA NEW ORLEANS inronnrctlon with lb lUclIlc Through Weekly Tourist Sleeping Car feavlnir Cincinnati ami IxiuIitIIIk on llllnula ivutrai idllroad rut "Now Urlratu I.lmluxl EVERY THURSDAY ami TitJucsh Trry Friday rooming, for a AnK'lr Mul San without rhDCf. Tbn L.lrolU1 aliu roonrcUi at N'rw Orlr.ni Hlly with lUprnul Train fur ttut l'arlllc roatt uu on i urwmjrt and Mtunlnjrs larur Jtuu uarr , IS") M lib Iho Sunsot Limited Annex of thoSouttiMn Pitlne, tflvlnciipwtilttiriiiiKh MTrlcrli.S4ii Kranclut). rarilciilanof of lbs llllnoliLVuiral IUIIrn.il and mnurctlDtf Hot. s. U. HATCH. Dlvlnlon I'tutngrr I'lnrlnnall, JOHN A SCOTT. IMrUlon I'aMrDRir Aunii, MmupoI. J T. DONOVAN. Coimiirrcltl Uj, A. II lUrnon.U I A.. Calra...

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. — 8 June 1898

K' A. i ;lt C. R. Tro!, M a m. :. 0 p m MM a in T. G. inRr. . uj n.i L&uyii . w. 'Pl'HUj i i'H l "t. lil In onler to make room for our now mid-summer stock wo will In.iugurnto our great Juno clearing salo. ilna in every department l"ivo hunilrcil flno pimplo consisting of flno percales, Madras cloth nnd French dimities. These samples rano In price from "fie to 81.50, Juno clearing salo prico 3!te. Shirtwaists in every conceivable stylo and shade Alto beautiful white piquctp, tho loveliest waist of the season. Regular prico $1.50, Juno clonring salo price, 31.00. lleautifnl white duck nnd plue Milts, r Riilar price, 91.00 and 81.60, Juno clearing salo price SIMS. All our hnnddomo extra width silk and satin sklrt9, regular; prico 0.00 and 87 00, June clearing sale prico Monuments,.. IH fiHIH I W'c have in stock a line line of fiuished monument! which Must ba Sold For thirty days wo will sell for Cash anything in the stock at REMARKABLY. LOW PRICES... Call and see our stock and pri...

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 June 1898

i a r -. "& w. - K BT4 : n Hfe;C k J 1 u v . M THE NEWS SUN'S IS WAR THE BEST. The aducah Daily Su N. WEATHER Partly cloudy Friday REPORT. weather generally to-nffrlu: fair VOLUME 2M i'ADUCAU, KENTUCKY THURSDAY. JUNE !l, 1898. TEN CEKT3 A WEEK CHOCOLATE SPAIN' S TROUBLES COM E THICK AND FAST The Says Uobel it OF Will Election "Consider" COURSE. Commission Herniations From All Par ties. ICG CREA!Preat Britain Offended Over Insult TODAY AT SOULE'S STRAWBERRY ICE CREAM VANILLA ICE CREAM ORANGE ICE WALLACE TOO OLD. Washington, Juno II. Friends of (Ion. Lew Wallace, who have been urccntly ttrcicntlnir his name for n inijur generalship of volunteer will lj3 sorry to Irani that the president lias about decided thai lie can not make the, appointment, the ;olu reason being Gen. Wallace's nge. The president and Gen. Wallace are the warmest of friend, and the president Is a great admirer of the brilliant Indianian, but ho some time ago decided that he would make no Appointments of men abov...

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 June 1898

ff CN w is ) Ji '. v An Offer The recent sale of carpets by the manufac turers has enabled us to offer: Smith's best quality velvet carpets, worth $1 yard, for 75c yard. Smith's Axminster carpets, worth $J yard, for 75c yard. Smith's moquette carpets, worth $J yard, for 75c yard. Best quality of tapestry Brussels carpets, worth 90c yard, for 55c yard. Niiie pieces one of the best makes strictly all wool two-ply carpets, in latest- style pat terns and colors (not Lowell s), worth 65c yard, for 49c a yard. Two pieces heavy two-ply carpets, pretty bright colors, worth 25c yard, for 19c yard. These prices do not include making and laying. It will pay you to come down now, buy these carpets and have them put down later, as these prices apply to stock on hand only. Big lot of short ends of two-ply carpets suitable for druggets and rugs at half price. Special prices on Smyrna and moquette rugs this week. " Modes and Fabrics " for June, the best fashion magazine, free for the asking, now re...

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 June 1898

rMl i & L a as If Li O, s 7 i u W 5 I f fe r 2THR0UDH VUTIBUIEO TRAINSDAllY NASHVIUI T CHICAGO PlNGflBUFfET 1 1 '' KUUbh CARS FROM NEWOMEANS r.P JEFF RIE5.G.P.A D.nniLLMAN.&.S.A tVANSVILLE.INO NASftVlUCTtKN. Illinois Central R.R. TO PALIFORNIA::: VIA NEW ORLEANS tn connection with Ilia houlbrrn lUcltlc Through Weekly-Tourist Sleeping Car Lvarlni; Cincinnati and Loularllle on Illinois Control lUllroxl fast ".Now Orlrana IJmllrd" EVERY THURSDAY atwl 1'aitucah very CrIJay morning, for d Angrlra and San Francisco without rbanirr. Tub Lltnlml alixj couurcl at New Orlrant dally with Kxprnui Train lor Hie l'arlnc coast anil on Tocwiri atiil Saturdays iatur Jsnu uary 4, lw) with the Sunset Limited Annex of tlipHouihiru rclltc bIvIuk. prcl.il through arrrlcoiosatt 1'arilculara nfacmu ;f Ihs IlllnoliOutral IUtlro.il and ronurctlog Hat. S. (i HATCH. Division Passenger A unit, Cincinnati, IUtUIob 1'awcDgrr Afrrni, M.tnpoU. J.T. IIUN'OV AM. CotDiiicrcUl Aitrni, l'aducah Kf. A II llatiMin...

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 June 1898

:s i& W H t fffr AKItESTLI) AGAIN. I - AFRIVALAHD DEPARTURE OF Loni.syille and Laht. JiiKirEr.o. unuiiTP.o jJKOara 7 Wa m 12 M a 111 Mciuplilh mid South. . m. 1 up m - Ol'ni U.jo.am St. Luins and WYht. J "" II Warn huiiM lllo and Ohio Points. 10 il 1 m (lUllr rxcui'l Sunday 1 hiciinui.ti in- 10. Via ui and H. ('.it St. L. South. 10 r in e'eum Incandfbccntlaiup globes suitable for system for sauT 'at McPhcnon' Drugstore. ' if Telephone 20 for n load 1 lib kot f " WCJOtl. 1 'V. GREAT JUNE CLEARSN AT THE In order to make room (or our now mid-summer Block wo will inaugurate our groat Juno clearing ealo. In every department Flvo hundred flno sample shirtwaists, consisting of lino percales, Madras cloth and French dimities Theso samples range in prico from 7Se to $1.60, .June clearing ealo price 3c' , . . Shirtwaists In every concolvaiilo Blylo and shado. Also beautiful white piquets, the lovoliest waist of the season. Itegulnr prico 1.60, Juno clearing salo price, 81.00. Ueautlful wh...

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 June 1898

tm ; M V THE SUN'S WAR WEATUEK JtEPORT. NEWS IS THE BEST. The PADUCAff Daily Sun. Fair fall. ton iff 1h; Sal unlay probably VOLUME 11 NUMUKIt 2110 IPADUCA1I, KENTUCKY FJtlDAY. .FUNK 10, 189H. TEN CENTS A WElSK CHOCOLATE ICE CREAM TODAY AT SOULE'S STRAWBERRY ICE CREAM VANILLA ICE CREAM ORANGE ICE A REBUKE TO PERKINS. 'I hoy Dicliiiii In Protot AiiiiIiim Itciiiowil of the Monterey. San Francisco, Jtini' 10 Senator Perkins tclctirnphcd fiom Washington to President Craig, o( the ehninlirrnf commerce, im follow-: "I think tin- people o( California ahould protent against I ho nailing away from the Pacific of the anil all oilier m1 wnr 'ia.ftt. ' To thl Mr. Craig sent tliv following reply: "We proteeleil on the 12lli of April. In the meantime Dowry lias acquired for California a new outlet for our energiin, employ iiietil for our Mhippiug, piiiicti fur our merchant, and tins opened a colonizing; future far beyond our most ardent expectations. Wo of San Kraueico will hold nothing hack which...

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 June 1898

An Extra Ordinary Offer The recent sale of carpets by the manufacturers has enabled us to offfr. Smith's best quality velvet carpets, worth $J yard, for 75c yard. Smith's Axminster carpets, worth $J yard, for 75c vard. Smith's moquette carpets, worth $J yard, for 75c yard. Best quality of tapestry Brussels carpets worth 90c vard, for 55c yard. Niiie pieces one of the best makes strictly all wool two-ply carpets, in latest style pat terns and colors (not Lowell s), worth fobc a yard, for 49c a yard. Two pieces heavy two-ply carpets, pretty bright colors, worth 25c vard. tor 19c yard. These prices do not include making and laying. It will pay you to come down now, buy these carpets and have them put down later, as these prices apply to stock on hand only. Big lot of short ends of two-ply carpets suitable for druggets and rugs at half price. Special prices on Smyrna and moquette rugs this week. "Modes and Fabrics" for June, the best fashion magazine, free for the asking, now ready. Gil...

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 June 1898

P, r. ' pi r 2THR0UQH VIST1BULE0 PHISfiWIFH TRAlHSDAliy CARS FROM NASHVILLE NtWORLEANS CHICAGO r.P.JEFFR!E5.0.P,A O.HHILLMiM.05.4 tVA.NiVILLE.INO. NASrlVllLE.l'lNrl. Illinois Central R.R. TO fALIFORNIA::: via iticw unkCAns tn connection with Iba HoutQcrn 1'aolnc Through Weekly Tourist Sleeping Oar Cincinnati ami (.oulivllli on Illinois Central Uallroad Orlrana Limited' EVERY THURSDAY and Paducah prrrr Friday morning, for Ioi Angclr and San rraiiclwo miiImiui chant;. Ihr aim, roonrcu at Nr Orlrtnn dally wl'h Kx;rriw Train for tlin I'arino roaal anil on Tudr and Saturday iuftr Janu uarr 4, Itvii) with the Sunset Limited Annex of tb. Southern I'arinc Rlvln(icUlthroiiKb arnrliw to San Kranclwo, I'anliulaniof ntfrnui of the Illlnolt Central ltal!rod and nmnrctlnu liar. h. U HATCH, DlrUlna lanoi;rr Air'M, Clnrlnnatl, JOlIN A. SO ITT, Dtrlilon PaJownurr A Kent, J T. IMNOVAN, CornnirrcHI AkmiI. Padurab Kjr. A. II. llanaon.U I' A. Chicago W.A. Krllund, A. U 1. A UiuUtIIIo. ILLINOIS CENTRAL H...

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. — 10 June 1898

I I k lu f m a l. fir if. I K S-' fe R h'TVK .W?r GIGANTIC SALE OF MUSLIN UNDERWEAR! Two tliousaml pieces of muslin under-1 wenrnt less tlinn com 01 sewing aione. jot i Perfect fitting corset covers, children's waists and drawers in this ail fnr o rents. One hundred and twenty-five dozen fine cambric drawers, umbrella style, positively worth 50 cents, sale price i$. L. ,, Gowns Seventy-five dozen fine Dollar musu gowns, in all Fifty Cents f the newest Umpire, round nnd square shaped jokes, handsomely trimmed, worth jfi.oo, in this great sale 50 cents. Twenty-five dozen other gowns at 39 cents. Twenty-five dozen embroidered umbrella skirts, worth jfl.oo, iu this sale 50 cents. Two dollar and 52.50 skirts go for 11S l'ive hundred new light percale shirt waists at the unheard 01 prire 01 15 cents 215 BROADWAY... THE BAZAAR ...215 BROADWAY iiri),rTirg7;Bl"Ti" Vf t"lTTO3Q you are through with them. We have fitted many Paducah people, and are proud to refer you to them tegards our ability...

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. — 11 June 1898

w r it" v ij ? FN wt I THE SUN'S WAR o WEATHER IlEi'OItT. NEWS IS THE BEST. The ADUCAH ly Sun. Sunday- Showers tonight anil VOLUME I 2KI PADUCAIi, KENTUCKY SATURDAY. JUNK 11, I8. , TEN CENTS A WEfclK 'VWfc'Vfc'Vfc' RASPBERRY CREAM TODAY AT WILL hi: ACQUIT I'M). The Prolmbln Outcome of Hie Dcndiimti 1'rlol nnl'rt Story. Tho case ap;aiint '1'hos. Deadinoin, colored, charged willi niMauUiiij; AIm I.cc Stanley two weoki ne,o, wan still ou trial in the circuit court ul II o'clock, nml Mill probably not lie II n Isliu.l toiUy. At prets time there were almul eight or tn witnessci el to hear. Dcadinou, the defendant, was placed on the xtaml this innnifiij; nml told n straight ator lie claimed lie wM ptulnc, tobacco at the Wali llerrmi place in liallard county on the lu in ipicition, nml I. ml been since the first Sunda in Ma. He was subjected to a riid eroi i aim-nation, Imt could not lie hIiAcii There were seoral other wilneC" who fully corroborated him, mid swore positively that ho wai in...

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. — 11 June 1898

V I ?ARivI 1 Wash hats at one-half their present price. Sailor Hat Specials. fc . $ ""- 1- Better Buy Now... You'll Need Them The wcnlher will drive you to it. can't buv such values as these, whenever you wish. 27-inch printed dimities, pretty plaids and .stupes, 5 cents a yard. Stylish designs in white ground muslins, worth 10 cents tor 7 s V Navy blue, black and light colored figtued yard. New White Goods. New dotted and striped white Swisses, for JO cents. Sheer white linon, 40 inches wide. JO and 15 cents. Stylish whita corded pipue (or J2' and J5 cents. New Ribbons and Neckwear. Tmrorl Vnffptn . rilihnii. Nos. ao ' v - .- 1 -,- cents. Kit-cinch dnuhlc face satin ribbons, all colors, 45 cents. New line of stripe moire antique sashes with fringed ends. Fashionable Roman stripe and plaid taffeta, fringed neck ties, 25, 50 and 75 cents. Satin puff ties, light and dark colors, for 50 cents. Figured pique puff ties 25 cents. Jeweled Shirt Waist Sets. Pnnaistincr of studs, collar butt...

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. — 11 June 1898

I A. they need it? Oh, yes, you can't get Hfi out of that, and we always hate toseeL'Ul i in Its n wall in need of nttistio decoration. Hare walls denote a bare pockelbook or little consideration of the beautiful. But your pockelbook is all right and you know a good thing when you see it. W. S. GREIF. Everythin Season UR stock of staple 0 complete and up - to of canned roods. Prune a3 pv CUT HMLF IN TWO Wall Paper, per roll 3Jc Fifty-cent Window Shades for 30 c Hand-made shinies In nny size. paper hanging done in NORTH STRMJT 118' I'OURTII G, G. Look for the nig Sign when OLD GLORY FOREVER! 1 In Humanity's Cause Our Flag is Unfurled ! 'The eonlliet dcepons. On! ye brine, Now rush to glory" Culm save. Hravo patriots, nil "oiir liaiimrH ave, Ami charge with nil jour chivalry." O'er Atlantic'! vrave McKinlcy bravo Sends on r noble stamen, undaunted, true, A fair isle to save or Mini a grave, Ami plant n new "red, white and blue." "What higher aim can paliiot know? What destiny more gra...

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. — 11 June 1898

V c m : r t ' '. Up il: r . u tii K?. 1 GIGANTIC SALE OF MUSLIN UNDERWEAR! Two pieces of muslin under-v carat Ic than cost of sewing alone. Lot : 1'crfcct fitting corset covers, children's waists and drawers in this sale for 9 cents. One hundred nnd twenty-five dozen fine cambric drawers, umbrella style, positively worth 50 cents, sale price 35. dozen fine Dollar Gowns Seventy-five K0W11S in an Fifty Cents of the newest Umpire, rmi ml mill smmre sbancd voices, hand- enniKlf triiiimpil. worth 1.00, ill this nrpnt u.il e.n cents. " -. r , .t t n iiozcn inner j;"""3 "" oy cents. . , Twenty-five dozen embroidered skirts, worth $1.00, in this sale 50 cents. Two-dollar mid J2.50 skirts go for 98 cents. Five hundred new light percale sliirt waists at the unheard-of price of 25 cents. 215 BROADWAY... THE BAZAAR ...215 BROADWAY you are through with them. We ple, and are proud to refer you properly adjusting lenses to the JEWELER AND No. 40S Broadway. Monuments... We have in stock .1 fine lin...

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. — 13 June 1898

. YIUWlTHRSTANDAivti' ..-. .t. ft GOES TO JAIL. script Stvlivl Sherman, Texas, June I'l Assessor Frand Simons, on trial here and who pleaded guilty to mis appropriation of city funds while in olllcti has been sentenced to ten years iu thu penitentiary. WAS HE AN ENEMY? rtpi MHi Kitlery Point, Me , Juno 13 The ssntrics at 1-ort Miliary hist niglil llred upon a suspicious character vvho was discovered prowling about the fort about midnight. The mau caiied unharmed. The well about the fort will be tosted for poison. THE CADIZ FLEET. Hrrlpix Htrvln' Washington, Juno 13 Naval eitils here have reliable informal Ion which leads them to believe the Cadiz ttpiadron will surely sail the latter part of the week. AFTER MORE FUNDS. Sink. Washington, June 13 Today Scnor l'alma, of the Cuban junta, issued a proclamation asking Cuban sympathizers in this country for funds to support the Cuban cause. STEAMER ASHORE. Scivtca. Highland Lights, Mass., June 13 The cruiser San Francisco was driven ashore...

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. — 13 June 1898

s s n RACKET 407 BROADWAY OF INTEREST NOW Crash for dress skirts, per yard 8c, ioc and i2c A bargain in white P. K. at I28C White organdie, per yard '5C SUMMER UNDEP.WEAR Ladies' summer vests 2,'c, 5c, S 'ac, ioc, 12 lic and 15c 5c, 7'c and ioc Children's summer vests Roys' Balbriggan shirts and drawers, each 25c Men's fine Balbriggan shirts and drawers, each 25c, 35c, 39C and 50c DRESS SKIRTS Crash dress skirts 8c ail(I 95C Novelty dress skills, all wool ?2-5 Novelty dress skitt.s, green and black, and brown and ... S2.0S black The best fitting shirt waists arc 9Sc LACE CURTAINS We offer special bargains in new lace curtains at 98c, 99c, Si. 5. '-4. -89. -95. i-9. 2.25 a'"! 1 to 4.95 a pair. New lappet drapery (white), per yard, only 8 ( c Extension rods (brass), each isc, 24c and 25c ...PURCELL & THE PADUCAH DAILY SUN. Published every afternoon, except Sunday, by THE SUN PUBLISHING COMPANY. IM0O1IF0IU.TED p. M. Ftsintn II. W. CLIUKK1S. VIOSPBISIDBKT jouti j. uorisn .SICllETAHT...

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. — 13 June 1898

f IN L t it C. n jr 'f a I i . . ' .-. 2TJ1RDUOH VEST1BULED TRAINS DAIIY PINufiBUffET I I llUmmhI CARS PROM NASHVILLE HEWOUITANS & CHICAGO r.PJEFFRIES.O.PA' 0.n.f1ILLHAM.G.S.A (VAN5VILLE.IND IIAinvil.LC.7tNH. Illinois Central R.R. PALIFORNIA::: VIA NEW ORLEANS In connection with the Southern Pari lie Through Weekly Tourist Sleeping Car l..ivlniM'lnrniiatl and IiiiIj1Iih on Illlii.ib. Oulral lUIIIMml f.iM '.New I tinlled EVERY THURSDAY and I'adilcah KrMjv in.ri.i'n: ' r I..M AIikHhi illHl Sail r'nu iu wiah ml h .!. riiut. u at rii,tf daily wliti Utprmwlrjln lur ih l'.Kliii i.mm rut mi Tuiwty. uiitl Salunlty ,aftr J.mi uarjr 4. wild Hi.- Sunset Limited Annex of lh SiHiUi.ru I'.ulrir iMrltui pwlal through IV.utrln'.i I'.r'M w ui nt Ilia Illluolf (Vutral IUUhm.1 ami - tm.t ting tinea. S I) II ATI II. ' Dlrlxliitl l iu Inn. II. JOHN A llllo l'nwucr Ac III MrllllHila. J T. IIONHV AN COHWHHt 111 A tf i t'.nliit all 14 y A. II. llanH,ll I' A I'kkatin W A. KellaMal, A II I' A , Lmiuvllh....

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. — 13 June 1898

GIGANTIC SALE OF MUSLIN UNDERWEAR! Two tlioimml piece of muslin underwear at less than cost of sewing alone. l,ot i I'crfect fitting corset covers, children's waists and drawers in this sale for 9 cents. One hundred and twenty-five dozen fine cambric drawers, umbrella style, positively worth 50 cents, sale price 35. dozen fine rvtl,. r.c Seventy-five Dollar Gowns mnMt KOwnSt ,,, nU rifty Cents 0 the newest Umpire, round and square shaped jokes, handsomely trimmed, worth fi.oo, in this great sale 50 cents. dozen other gowns at 39 cents. Twenty-five dozen embroidered umbrella hkirts, worth Jl.oo, in this sale 50 cents. Two-dollar and $2.50 skirts go for 9S cents. 1'ive luimircu new item pcrcaie suin wa stsat -of price of accents. STOP -AND THINK! $$$ For n nico ride antl en iro to La Hollo Park th bochildroii'Htlay Char. T. Taylou, Lessee and Proprietor. R, joyable time is evening and hco tho bent show of tho season. HEAR MAY EVANS WHISTLE I SEE THE AUIIAUCO BROTHERSI HEAR WILD AND AD...

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. — 14 June 1898

FV t K& 1 H A t ? Kn : T& : w t f? Spanish fleet is in OPENS TONIGHT. The State Sunday School Con- vent ion Meets Tonight. Delegates Arriye. The. Program Will He nn Interest' j iiiK One Trains Met lly ' t (Committees. The delegates to the Sunday school convention began arriving last night, and today all the trains that came into tho Union depot were met by the reception committee. The delegates were assigned homes as fast as they arrived and by tonight most of ihcm will have arrived in tho city. Several hundred are expected, and the opening session will be held tonight. (. IJACH OTHER'S TRAIL. Last' night two prominent young politicians ot Mayflcld camo up to Paducah. They watched each other at the depot, and both went to the same hotel. One went into the writ- .'"S01" ami the other got with a frlcnil on Ins outside. After con versing with tho latter a brief pciiod, he said, "Say, 1 wish ou'u go in there and find out for mo where in the ii that fellow's going." Tlio mutual f...

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. — 14 June 1898

i I ft . WARM WEATHER Wash Stuffs Better Buy Now..: You'll Need Them The weather will drive you to it. You can buy at any Mine but you can't buy such values as these, whenever you wish. 27-inch printed dimities, pretty plaids and stripes, 5 cents a yard. Stylish designs in white ground muslins, worth 10 cents for 7'Gc a yard. Navy blue, black and light colored figured dimities for 10 cents a yard. New White Goods. New dotted and striped white Swisses, for shirt waists and dresses', ' JO cents. Sheer white linon, 40 inches wide, 10 and 15 cents. Stylish whita corded pipue for 12'. and 15 cents. New Ribbons and Neckwear. Moired Taffeta ribbon, Nov 40 and 60 for ?5 cents. No. So for 35 cents. Five-inch double face satin ribbons, all colors, 45 cents. New line of stripe moire antique sashes with fringed cuds. Fashionable Roman stripe and 25, 50 and 75 cents. Satin puff ties, light and dark colors, for 50 cents. Figured pirate puff ties 25 cents. Jeweled Shirt Waist Sets. ' Consisting of...

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