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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 11 July 1898

t L- .: f r r ?-' ; ; A IW Qttft CrtiM of Tr w rwr t4! YEARS.THR STANDARD 1 caya was blown up by tier own mrneours. OCCURS THIS AFTERNOON. bombardment ol Santiago was begun . - Linares Having laucu 10 arrange tor a terms Shaftcr offered which wens uu. arrangements tho army's siege the city. The beginning of the rain interfering with signal telephones. estimate the results. Our loss is slight, for today. Service. Washington dispatch says General Shall cr the bombardment ol Santiago Scrilce. 10 o'clock this mornir.g it was said at from General Shatter was received at 1 to resume opctnuous againsi aauiiago THIS AFTERNOON. SKIIMC'K Shaftcr today at noon reported this morning was confined to tjtcnavy bring on n general engagement by both Santiago would be subjected to a hot capitulates. tho following rejwrt of the casualties Second infalry; l'rivato PclcrsonJ Infantry; Privates Jancli ana Lentki, Twcuty - lirst infantry. (Signed) hllAlTKE. TODAY'S FIGHTING. Service war department ollicia...

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 July 1898

,..-- L J J f " 1 F I Ik tt I nr r' THE PADUCAH DAILY SUN Published every afternoon, except Sunday, by THE SUN PUBLISHING COMPANY. INOOHrOHA.TID C "C'KMSMn VICIPRMIDIKT I'MaiDMTT w r.iuxros triasurkr DIREOTORS: r M. rish jr. W. P. Puton K.W.Clements, J K Williamson John J. Dorian. Olllco: No. iill Broadway. Dally, per annum in advance. $ 4.50 Daily, Sis months " ' 2.26 Daily, One month, ' 40 Dally, per week 10 cents Weekly, per annum in ad- vanco 1.00 Specimen copies free MONDAY, JULY 11, 1898. THE a UN'S WAR S12UVICE. The tuperior excellence of the Sl'.n's war news report, as furnished by tho Service, is a matter of daily demonstration. The news of the offer of General Linares to surrender Santiago Saturday, and the terms that the President cabled in reply were published exclusively by the Sux on Saturday. The ncwa of Sl)ain'S first llinfn tnVrnrl nstnriAmM.lA indirectly through the British uiatle service, was published exclusively on Friday. Also on the same day was given the Pres...

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 July 1898

If fr t SJX I JT r.Jt J l. ft f" 4w li ' - vp. , . , w nT" r mM fvl llnlrl'lrr ETHROUGn mwm VEST!3UtE0 PiN5aeUFFET TRAIKSBAIUr If 1 ii IiEaUhI CARS FROM HASHVIM IJ2m'JmB NEKOaiEANS T CHICAGO .1iWJ,AL f P JEFFRIE5.G.P.A O.n.niLLHAN.0.5.& tVANiVUE.INO. HASHVIILE.UHN. Illinois Central R.R. TO PALIFORNIA::: j VIA NEW ORLEANS In connection Willi lb tfouibcra rciac Through Weekly Tourist Sleeping Car t.tlnir Cincinnati and LonlnvlIIe on Illinois Central Railroad Luf'New Orltxna Limited" EVERY THURSDAY and 1'aJucab rrery FrMy rocirnlnir, fur Lo Ansrlm nnd San without rluiinr. lbs Limited 10 cnnnvct at Nw Orif.m Oally trim Kiirx Train (or tha riml and on TuraOari and Siturdaja caiur I) vi Hit tha Sunset Limited Annex ot tbf Southern l'ad3o,plvlnKiUltliroUKh uininrrBuviicu. aRrnu of tb H11ih.Ii Central lUllrtuul and mnnrcilne Ubm. . li. HATCH, DlTlilon I'awanjrcr Annt, Llnrliin.tl. John a. sanr, DUItton AirrlU MrraphU), J.T.HO.VOVAN, CiimniirtUl Akpqi, I'lducab Kr. A. II llatn,0 I. W-A. ...

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. — 11 July 1898

m i r ft . I! ?! ii r k t r fe 'ft -Sr w 'V 7. -'! lZ y.. .V TWys ,.,, v jt i yrHr . jv;: . " i , . t ygwin'"'T;iyytWHHJTCT"i( yiW ...' ";,' 'vVi "ww .,- MmmmmMm V 1 - T 'mjiam J. Jf V T,- MAMMOTH MID-SUMMER CLEARING SALE. In order to diminish our Immense Summer Stock, a Reduction of 50 per cent. J LL bo made on EVERY ARTICLE of Summer Goods in our tf.mbli3liniiiit. A Red Letter Week for Bargain Seekers. All our $1 50 liucn crash skirts go in tlm salo for 75c. All our 5- ycry line liucn, denim, duck nml Silccia skirts go in thissalc for !8e. 000 fine lonsdnlc musliu gowns, regular tries 75c, go in this salo for 2Uu. J00 flue cambric embroidered trimmed corset covers go iu this sale for 15c. One lot of sample silk and satin drees skirts, n selection of 200 skirts, no two alike, and none worth less than 87. S8 and $9, eo in this salo for $4.18. A S3, 30x(!0, Smyrna rug wi.b every $2.50 coupon ticket. 215 BROADWAY,., THE LA BELLE PHRK has. T. Taylor, R. Q. Bostwick, ; Proprietor. Manag...

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. — 12 July 1898

r , tt & Lk V at'" lfS'a"r, t9BQRri" Jjp? fcmr' t HEWSPAPEH Una Always ADVERTISING Uccn The Paduc am Daily Sun. THE WEATHBK Fair I FOUND TO BE THE BEST. Tonight hikI I Warmer t" Wednesday. I VOLUME 250 PADUCAH, KENTUCKY TUESDAY, JULY 12, 1898. TEN CENTS A WEEK. IWU ...USTAIILISIMH) m NELSON SOULE'S AFIOMATIC GINGER ALE Is more popular than ever. A perfect ginger driuk. Delicious lemon- nilcs, ices nnd cream. Ilia fountain I oeicrngcs ore superb. 313 BROADWAY A TREAT F0Rz THE BOYS IN CAMP PADUCAII Is when they get "that blessed pic from mother," or a bottle of our l'uro Urook Hill Whiskey from any of their brothers or friends who aluc their health. No ouo should travel away from homo without a bottle of our l'uro Hrook Hill Whiskey, or our Clipiot Hrandy. Oti n vacation trip it is essential. EOZEO'S PLACE (RICHMOND HOUSE HAR) A popular resort for gentlemen who appreclato an up-to-date establish uient iu all its appointments, and Meets all the requirements OF THE PEOPLE Finest I.U...

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. — 12 July 1898

r f I A WEEK Devoted To Wash Goods linormous purchases just made for this weeks successful sale. Our first floor is crowded with wash fabiics, but such good thiugs can't stay with us long. ....See the point and come early.... m. -Tr t jV . -A M I cents a yard. Special price . ouality lawns, will cost you Klr ifi vmmtw Mimmntfi ,A & JMJ k"MyaJFIIWMEjMi - 4VM on 4000 yards fast colored, good IT cents n yard. 2000 yards sheer and pretty dimnities in new signs. 50 pieces extra quamy coiton stripes anu ciiccks lor sniris, boys waists and childrens dresses, regular 7'sc values. I2 cents a yard. A large lot of stylish white and dark ground muslins worth 10 cents. 10 15 cents a yard. Fine Grenadine Organdies in all the newest colors. 25 pieces lace stripe Batiste in light and dark colors, intended to sell for 25 cents a yard. Dainty printed dimities, absolutely fast colors, one of the prettiest dress fabrics made. cents a yard. Our price French Organdies. Just Tailor Made Skirts Take el...

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. — 12 July 1898

flIK f a Pi 4 MM Vl -' S1 " '' j, E 1 I- - '- f -2 THROUGH wmm VESTIBULED mmi IRA1HSDAIIY 1 1 V1 IlEImh wrs ruort NASHVILLE NHOBiEua T CHICAGO r p jEfrmEs.G.p.A 0.n.niLLHAN.G5Jl lVAiVlLUE,INO. HAJhVlUE.TtHN. Illinois Central R.R. TO fAUFORNIA::: J VIA NEW ORLEANS In connection with the Kouthcrn raclflc Through Weekly 'Tourist Sleeping Car LniTinenncliiutl and Louisville on Illinois Central iUUroad Suit ".New Orlc4&n Limited" EVERY THURSDAY And Paducah every Friday mornlmr. for Los BKles and San without chance. Tbe Limited alo connects at New Orleans llly Ith Kxprraa Train for the l'aetflc rout uSSr"iSn: A? i),u,,r, ",ur Sunset; Limited Annex of theSottj,frn I'aelfle.alvlnn neclalthroueh CT1',':' Kraiiobvo. l'urllci of agent of the IT D(,ii Crutral llallroad I and rnnnecllDS 11 SM, n. it, iia ll li, Dlvlftim I'auencer Airenl, Cincinnati, DlTlaloa I'axeenBer Acrnt. MenipnU, J.T.llONOVAN. CommercUl Airent, l'a.lucb Ky, .N.Il IUlion.tl 1. Am ClilraKO W.A. Kellond. A. li. 1'. A., Lou...

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. — 12 July 1898

has. T. Taylor, proprietor. $$$ R. a. Bostwick, Manager. ALL OF THIS WEEK TIIE ROSARS. LA PETITE EILEEN I KEID AND GILBERT. TIIE VERNOX3. EntiroNew Company Sunday Afternoon. PERFORMANCE EVERY NIGHT SHORT LOCALS. SHOT IN THE LEG. A young man named Ross, while gathering berries out on the Benton rood a day or two ago, was shot in the leg by a farmer, according to reports. He lives iu Mcchanicsburg, and was not seriously hurt. wanted to rent Port of a store on a main street for a professional man. Show win-do facing street preferred. Address Prof. G. II. Eason, Mayflcld, Ky. 7J1. 3IAYC11 WON THE MEDAL, The Gun club held its regular shoot yesterday afternoon at La Belle park, nod there was a good crowd present. Mayor Lan.Ainn Ihc medal by a bcovCoi 22 out of 25, with Dr. "Hansbro a close second, losing by one score. Tho mayor says he can always win with such easy victims to compete with. Mr. Saunders Fowler had been wearing the medal. FOR RENT. Cool, pleasantly situated furnished room. ...

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 July 1898

" -. -S' U' ri mi T .ff. w ,Mt " '.. Tf j t NEWSPAPER litis Alvnyn,Ikcn ADVERTISING The PaducaM Daily Sun. THE WEATHER FOUND TO DE THE' BEST. Tonight, Jlain Friday Cooler. VOLUME 251 PADUCAD, KENTUCKY THUfiSDAY, JULY 18, 1898. TEN CENTS A WEEK. s u wz rj f.y. ' r& , I W I. 00,...KJTA1IUSJIKO....IMO NELSON SOOLE'S AROMATIC GINGER ALE , Is moro popular than ever. A ,$ 'cot ginger drink. Delicious lemon- " rules, lues and crcauu. Ills fountain beverages nro superb. 313 BROADWAY TjjjT A r -k TREAT POR TliE BOYS IN CAMP PROM PADUCAIf - - Is when tlioy gel "that blessed pie from mother," or a bottte of our Pure Brook Hill Whiskey rum any of their brothers or friends who value their health. No ouo should travel away from homo without a bottle of our J'ure Hrook Hill Whiskey, or our Ciquot Hrandy. On a vacation trip it is csucutfal. BOZEO'S PLACE (RICHMOND 1IOUSB 1IAK) A popular resort for gentlemen who appreciate an establish ment in all its appointments, and Meets all the requirements...

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 July 1898

r 4 31. Stt V -. A WEEK evoted To Wash Goods Knormous purchases just made for this weeks successful sale. Our first floor is crowded with wash fabtics, but such good things can't stay with us long. .See the point and come early,... 2'- cents a yard. Special price on 4000 yards fast colored, good quality lawns, will cost you 5c elsewhere. cent 1 a yard. 2000 yards sheer and pretty diumitles in new designs. 5 50 pieces extra quality cotton stripes and checks for shirts, boys waists and childrens dresses, regular values. cents a yard. A large lot of stylish white and dark ground 71-2 muslins worth 10 cents. 1 f cents a var1, 1?'"e Grenadine Organdies in nil the newest J ors. 25 pieces lace stripe Baciste in light and dark colors, intended to sell for 25 cents a yard. Dainty printed dimities, absolutely fast colors, one of the prettiest dress fabrics made. cents a yard. Our price for a handsome assortment of real Ijg O French Organdies. Just received. Tailor Made Skirts Take elevator to...

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 July 1898

Bl i ' -i K - t A ft h n& S' t WpAwwm i!?uflK5l5ilJjEl3lH tinnsB 1 orpna ETHROUQit VEST1BUIEQ PW&&Bt!frCT TRAIHSDAIiy CARS FROM NASHVIUF NWORLEANS Tj CHICAGO. F P JEFFRIE5.G.P.A 0.t1J1ILLHAN.G.5.A. tVAHiVILLE.INO. NASMVllLE.ttNN. ILLINOIS CKNTKAL KAILKOAD Time Table la clct July 3. 1(96 LOUlSVJLLU AND UUMl'UIS DIVISION Nonin IIockd No 33 No &M Leave. ' Nw Orltana TWpmO 01 am J'kaon. MUm.lt 47 iu IMpm Uempbla TtOtuSMpia J'kaon Teun.lO Sain lOli vm Cairo, 111 ., 10 linn No. 181 rulton i: 86 run II 01 am Arriro, 1'aJucah. ,I06pni IIS am 9 0) am Leave. So ta n. sm l'adac&ti JUpmlWam TlJaro u)vun Arrive. I'rlnretou ... 3 IJpra J Mam S3)am 6 00 pm Kvanavllle , 8 (X) pm lUini llopklnnrlll I M pm T 9) pm NortouTlUo Upm JS)aml0 4lam Central City ixtpm MUamll )am Horse Ilmnch K pm 1 01 am I 07 pm Oweniboro I0 on pm M 0) am 3 W pm 1xu1jt!II. . . lOolrra 7,10am SOJptn ClncUnaU..,7Wam I HI am ' BOtTTH HOUND Jl) Ml 741 SI Lavr. Cincinnati...., 3 10 atn 5 i. pin LouUWllo 7)ampm...

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 July 1898

V v SHORT LOCALS. FEED HOUSli DAMAGED. Last night someone set fire to the fcjrt house at Mr. Pat Jelly's gro Today and tomorrow there will be an examination at Longfellow building of county teachers. There are 20 applicants for certificates. EXCURSION TO GOLCONDA. Tho steamer City of Clarksville will give an excursion to Goiconda Sunday morning, July 17. Boat leaves the wharf at 7 o'clock prompt, will land at Island creek 7 :U0. Fare for round trip 50 cents, meals extra. 13J1 A. Hi'iisok, Master. THE LAYTON CONTEST. Tbe mill between Hilly Layton and Jeromo Smith will take placo at La Belle park tomorrow night after tho regular performance. Ono-fourth of the proceeds will be given to the fund, and a large crowd should attend to help it along. DUNBAR KELEASISD. Her Owner Executed tho Required Kond This Morniiij;. The steamer Reuben Dunbar, tied "tip yesterday afternoon by Deputy unucu oiaics marsnai ua Kue, was this morning released, Capt. Ryman having given bond In tho two suits Died...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 16 July 1898

4t ; s l4l k f ' r ' iron krew Anew Perhaps you wil like It, ...Tiy it... Said to have merit 08 a touic at A SOULE'S i Fresh Hurler's juat in. Telephone 313 for your drug wants. tW0....i:STAIIUSIIKO .IM) RAISING THE ANTE on wines, beers and nlcs In ho war Ux will not affect our patrons In the 4riccs that wo are sclllnu at. We 'tav a large stoik of linn old nines, Hrook Hill and Moss Hoso Whiskies, ales, gins und hraudlcs of tbo best foreign and douicstlo production, mat c arc selling at, peace prices. ;0'S PLACE SPAIN SUPPRESSING THE NEWS. Service. MADHIO, July 10. Today's newspapers aro noticeable on account of blank spaces in the columns, Indicating news by tho government censor. PORTO RICAN INVASION. hcrirr! Mcltue SrTlc Washington, July 10. -General i lirookc, commanding tho First armyj. corps arrived mis morning from it Chiekamauga iu response to a summons from Secretary Alger. Ho is conferring with Gen. Corbin regard ing tho Porto HIcnn invasion. BELIEFAT WASHINGTON. Scrlpiw M...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 16 July 1898

i i: I 51 ii II ft f V f i fl m M E NOW is the Outing and Traveling Costumes Absolutely essential 60c f Pretty lawn and percale I Shirt waists, black and lawn, dimity fancy colors, with detachable lin well collars. I perfect in 76c waists of flue and made and fit. You Will Need These Accessories to the toilet while away from home. Colgate's violet water, 35c bottle. Pure caatile soap, two cakes for 5c. Linen collars, and cuffs, 10 and 15 cents. Fancy silk parasols 1.50. Handsome Dresden handle, changeable taffeta umbrellas, 2.S0. Pique puff ties, 25c. Jap fans, 9 inches long, for 3, 5 and 10c. Genuinelisle thread vests, silk taped, fast black, only 25c. Fall Carpets Arriving It will pay you to come early BAREFOOTED! pMWPV $53 mssmm For the July Vacation Trip. We Have an Endless Assortment of Tailor-Made Skirts and Suits I'rcsh from the fashionable makers, every one correct in style the price being the smallest item. - Linen crash hkirts, 3 'a yards wide, 35 cents. vStylis.li wash co...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 16 July 1898

J J. r if- .H . tRJ 2TI1R0UQH ffSOlWHUD VKTI3UIE0 PlNSSEUPfET 1RA1NSDA11Y CARS TROtt IIASHVIILE HEWORLTAHS T CHICAGO FPJEFFRIES.G.P.A O.rtiiiLLHaH.O.A. tVAHaVILU.INO NASMVIU.E.TENN. ILLINOIS CENTRAL HAILKOAD flat Tibia la r3rct July 3. HM. OOUtSVIM.K AND MKMl'UIS DIVISION . Hoimi hound No an iso an Npw Orlrans 7 ) pin t 00 am J'kaon. MU9.12 47m IMpm - Mempbla 7 Warn SMpm r; J'knonTitnn.lOetRni lO&pin r Cairo, HI . tOUfttu No. Ill Is.ralton.... 11 pin It 01 am V Atrlrr. rJvftti ...I wpm 1 I5m wiu No in No 34 Taducah. ... Slipm I SO am T41m uil4n Arriie, Princeton ... S pin ttlim 8 3) am CO) put ,. KratMTllle ,t W pm 6 JO am fc lloyklu.rlllo 1 W pm 7 M pm - NortonTllla Mt pm Jra 10 (Sara Central City h pm 4 10 am tl 40 am . Home llrancfa u pm 6 01 am I iff pm . OwcniUiro .Wo) jmi'SiO) am lUJpm Ijouttrlll. . .lfloopm 7,44am SO) pin Cincinnati, 710 am 1141 am Houri' iioDxu 9H xa tu at Lm. Cincinnati...,, .1 lOamkttpra Loulstllle timiapn BSdaui Oirvnitmrn . ... ..Sin am OniralCUr ......

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 16 July 1898

f I " j8r I H a i 1 M GREAT SLASHING Begins Saturday morning, July 16th, and lasts until Friday, July 22d. bargains in every department. Slashing Skirt Sale All our 1.50 and 2.00 fine wash duck and linen hkirts, slashing sale price 75c. All our 2.00 and 2.50 very fine quality white duck, linen and denim bkirts, slashing sale price l.oo. All our 6.00, 7.00 and S.00 very fine silk and satin skirts, slashing sale price 4.4S. Slashing. Silk Sale h'ive hundred yards handsome China silk, light shades, just the thing for silk shirt waists, slashing sale price 10c yard. Slashing Waist Sale Ladies' fancy percale waists that sold for 50c, slashing sale price 19c. Ladies' very fine percale and Madras cloth waists that sold for 75c, slashing sale price 25c. Ladies' fins white lawn waists that sold for 1.00, slashing sale price 50c. This grand scenic production will be given in complete detail just as produced in all of the large cities of the country, and will be under the personal supervision ...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 18 July 1898

! r. H i , '" 1 "v t P u t . I- I , I- N 1 v IfsJ ht t '. r 'ft- f l'i A ,-i r r -J t.J . ,v i 4, "-. -"V- - -A j ,i . , NEWSPAPER. Has Always ADVERTISING Been The Paducau Daily Sun. Showers THE tonight; WEATIIEU probably FOUND TO DE THE BEST. Tuesday. High Temperature. Lv VOLUME! 201 PADUCAH, KENTUCKY MONDAY, JULY 18, 1898. TEN CENTS A WEfclK. -A . A new beverage, fr ' Perhaps you wil like it, t ...Tiy it,,. 1NH . Said to have" merit its n tonic nl KSOULFS Ficsli Iluylor's just in. Tclcphono !H3 for your drug wnuU. lMM...,i:STAllUMli:i.,, Iirrt) -RAISING THE ANTE- en wines, beers onil ales in Uic war tor will not affect our patrons in the prices that wo aro selling at. We have n large stock of fine old wines, Mrook Hill and Moas Iiosc Whiskies, ales, gins and brandies of the best foreign and domestic production, that we nro selling at peace prices. BOZEO'S PLACE (KICII.MOXD 1IOUSK ItAU) A popular resort for gentlemen who nii.ip.iilMtit mn A,i nalnlillalt. .r..V...VI MM meat iu an i...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 18 July 1898

r i t LI" i r .? THE PADUCAH DAILY SUN Published every nftcrnoon, except Sunday, by THE SUN PUBLISHING COMPANY. on the contract. This country can do the Queen of Spain no better turn than to send those captured Spanish soldiers home as soon as possible. The Queen will need them in nutting down the Car- lists and tlic Wcylcritcs. 15v tho fall of Santiago, General lllanco loses one-fourth of his whole army in Cuba ; he loses the only cable he now has by which be can reach Spain, and the Amcricau tlcct before Santiago will be released nnd tho blockade of Cuba will be made perfect. In 1855, in Galesburg, III., Gen. Shatter, who was then n checking clerk for the C. B. & Q railroad, carved his name on one end of the freight station. It is there yet, an object of admiration and curiositj. It is also carved on the end of Cuba in letters that can be read the world ever. Thk President has already been importuned to recognize the Cuban republic and to allow its headquarters to bo establish...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 18 July 1898

TJpld InP4ah by Yf. MoPImso J. A. YKIPKIt, ARt Our Velvet Brand prepared chalk is absolutely puro and harmless, It Is the most peifect toilet powder for hot weather; also the most economical -- 5 cents box. - OEHLSGHLAEGER & WALKER DRUGGISTS Fifth and Ilroadwny. INVESTIGATION HELD UiiilioiuIersMcet Here to Investigate the Uecent Wreck. I'liu Will Uo t Chicago. Other Knilroail Notes of Interest. - Assistant General Manager M. Gilleaso und Traiumaster Schuinr;, of the Illinois Central, met other at the union tlciiot here Saturday afternoon, and investigated the recent wreck at Vine Grove, Ky., lu which a passenger and freight had a head-on collision. Conductor O'Hryan, Engineer Mcrigold und tho llagman were present, but the other membcra of the crew made written statements. The evidence will be forwarded to Chica go and there bu passed upon by the higher oltlcmls. Repairs on the union depot roof have been finished. It is not yet known when work will begin on the plati'onn, which i...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 18 July 1898

Pit f , . J- M- - , K, i t ll' r V I Lt - GRAND REPRQDUCTIOH ....OF THE. BATTLE OF SANTIAGO On La Belle . Park Lake Monday Night JULY 15 This grand scenic production will be given in complete detail just as produced in all of the large cities of the country, and will b under the personal supervision of the representatives of DuPont Bros. vN: Co. See the Spanish fleet leaviug Santiago harbor. See the American fleet prepared for the encounter. See the Spanish dash for liberty. See the most resplendent reproduction of a naval battle of modern times. Sec the fierce attack, the sinking and burning of the Christobal Colon. See the capture of Cervera. Sec the sinking of the Vizcaya, Teresa, Oquendo and I'luton. See the exploding magazines. See the return, the destruction and capture of Santiago. Admission to the park for the above entertainment will be TEN CENTS and will be collected on the cars. Theater open after the battle. TONIGHT -AT- LA BELLE THE TWO FANTAS And Their Funny Pig. LARRY...

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