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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 26 August 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. — 26 August 1898

lie It l I' I t I.i ,t w I f i ..LAST GRAND... CLEARING OF THE If you neglect this opportunity never in tue History ui liiwciiuuuiajii Read this protocol. No original edict has gone forth that no sumtner icsting pi are in our store. Three hundred fine shirt waists, will made, well worth 50c, grand clearing sale price 9c. Five hundred fine percale, madras and cheviot shirt waists, regular price 75c, grand clearing sale price 25c. All our fine white pique and Marseilles shirt waists, worth 1.25 to 2 00, grand clearing sale price Dress Skirts at a Fraction of Their Real Value. All our fine white shrunk pique andJMarsettles dress skirts, regular prices 1.50 and 2.50, grand clearing sale price 75c. All our very fine silk, satin and moire dress skirts that range in price at 6.00, 7.00, S.00 and 10.00 go in our grand clearing sale in two lots, 3.98 and 5.00. One hundred children's fine embroidered wash caps, regular prices 50 and 25c, go in this sale for 10 and 15c. Others, very fineregula...

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. — 27 August 1898

I ,'t Mr. Arthur ai. vtauacc, assisibuv Y .; iju. ;y IV ik V. 'sun THE IK-Ht Largest Telegraph Circulation Ncvm THE The Paducah aily Sun. TIIE WEATHER llcnt for Advertisers SUM Incrcnsjiij; cloudlncs.H tonight; . rain Sunday afternoon or night: continued cool weather. VOLUME 211(5 1KO,.KSTA1IL!.SIIK0....1M1U LOVELY Creams Mlces v AT V B0U1FS Drop in and try his elegant phosphates. I'honu 313 fur your druc wants. , T- ,V . IETTIIEM ALL-DAY SUCKERS. HiMli;r At Lexington Forh'tldon , To i:t Except At Lexington, KyM Aug. 27 At Camp Miles yesterday morning promulgated Gen. Sanger' order rmnluM uldler tni lnr edibles rpai iutknt,.rs whose good mo not inspected. 1 he General ha further oidercd thai no mliliura liu allowed ,to eat except at meal-lime. The lGOlh Indiana has thirty-one 'tick, one new case of measles iu four ft Tbtrd Kentucky has seventeen Fifth Illinois has seventy two iek. Tbeso are men who arrived l here tick or became ill noon after ar- mat. All are improving. TROUBLE For....

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. — 27 August 1898

I -- ajfeiti . V. me With The And Take Advantage of Prices Like These: Men's Shirts 39 cents A large assortment of white and colored shirts, laundered or negligee styles, well made, were 50c to 1.00, to be sold this week (or 39c. The best 10c black socks you ever saw arc here. Superior quality black or tan socks, 15c a pair. Organdies for Evening Dresses, Ten Cents a Yard. All our 19c and 25c solid colored organdies and Swisses, for pretty patty dresses, reduced to 10c. Pine, sheer white organdy, 25c a yard. Figured dimities and real French organdies only 10c this week. New Belts and Buckles. Stylish crush ribbon belts, in all the newest stripes, plaids and solid colors, with jewel and enameled buckles very lateit fashionable fad only 1.25. A handsome assortment of buckles at 25, 50 and 75c. New moire and taffeta ribbons, very wide, for belts and collars, only 25c a yard. Mew Carpets Our stock of fine velvet, moquet. Wilton and Axminster carpets is now comnlete with all the newest p...

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. — 27 August 1898

W i it ' ', -"5 iSUlMffi 2THR0UQH VISTIBUIFO PIKSSBUFfET TEAIBMIIY 1 1 7' H UaAmbvI CARS FROM NASHVILLE &BX3icAiUhI 1 NEMRlWfi T CHICAGO fPJEFFRIES.G.P.A O.n.niLLMAN.05.A f '.VANOVlLLt,IN3 ,- flASMVIlLE.ltNN - r: ILLINOIS CENTRAL UAILROAD Tttna Tbt In tffact Jiilr 3. IKS. lOUISVlLLC AND MIIMI'IIIS DIVISION &ORIM IIOUMD Ko Ml bo tOI LaSTC Naw Orlans 7 M pm 0 00 am J'kaon. MlNki: 47 am I M lm Manipbla......7 W ia B W pin J'kaon Tenn.IO atu 10K pin ' Cairo, III... lOiSarn . .. No. 181 rnlloa IS ptn It 01 am Arrlro. i'aducah 7 0S pin 116 tin BOO am Lr&Ya, l'adacab S II pni 1 SO ain 7 4) am oopw rr ncaton.. 1 tapm 1 44am 9 3$ am soipm s.ranarUla..,.S 00 pin 8 M am llopklaiTlUa IWpra 7SJpm NortonYllla pm JMaia lOam OatralCUr. . pm 4 IDam II Warn Hon Hrancb A tt pm 5 01 am I 07 put Oarvaaboro I0 00 pm 1 00 am S o pm LoulsTllle.. ,10 00 pm 7.o am loOpza Cincinnati ... 7 10 am 11 4J am 8out Hoorr 101 203 711 JSI Ctnclnuatl J ID am & Optu tyOUlMll0 ., ,7 30 am ft ra 8 30 am Ow...

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. — 27 August 1898

P MIS All our finelwliite4shrunk. pique and Marseilles dress .skirts, regular prices 1.50 and 2.50, grand clearing sale price 75c. All our very fine silk, satin and moire dress skirts that range in price at 6.00, 7.00, 8.00 and 10.00 go in our grand clearing sale in two lots, 3.9S and 5.00. One hundred children's fine embroidered wash caps, regularprices 50 and 25c, go in this sale for 10 and 15c. Others, very fine, regular prices 1. 00 and 75c, go for 25c. One hundred infants' fine em TH Entire Change of Program 'J his week. KCRTZ Mexican Juggler, S BROUGHTON MARLOW In Operatic Selections. obTrii Colling Walker. COLE AMRETA Burloiquo Trapeze. CHANGE OF Hlhl, THURSDAY. I , iji i.m. -' "" w8K?"rq$n 'I BESSES oigwspwv 4r?" iwivwepc ...LAST GRAND... CLEARING OF THE SEKSON If vou nculcct this opportunity you will liavcilastiug regrets; for never in the history of merchandising was such radical pricing known. Head this protocol. Xo original writing can be more interesting. The edict has ...

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. — 29 August 1898

irt vV r U' v , 1. J " "." B v THE Heat Telegraph Circulation Ncvvh TUC Daily THE WEATHER The Paduca Sun. SUN UcNt for AdvertlNorH SUN Fntr Tuesday. tonight and '""$1 YOLUME 2B7 PADDCAH, KENTUCKY M0ND 'AY, AUGUST 29, 1898. TEN CENTS A WEEK. IMO....KSTAIIMhllK ...1800 LOVELY Creams ' T I 3.11(1 j I rQ! IvvJ -AT- SOULE'S Drop In and try his elegant phosphate). Phono 313 for 3 our drug wants. FRED LONG'S BOOM. Is h Possible Candidate for the Ki'publicnn Nomination in the Third District. li lrnhnhly tho Strongest .Man it That the Republicans Can Noiulunto There. Yesterday's Courier-Journal has the following to say ot YY. Fred Long who is so well and favorably known here In Fadacab: "Mr. W. Fred 7aag, of Uutlcr county, who was in the city yesterday announced lual lie would probably bo a candidate for the Republican nomination for Congress In tho Third district. IIo has been out ot the State for six weeks. To-day he will bold a consultation with Cspt. Nat Howard at Lexington. Cant. Howard...

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. — 29 August 1898

t fel ft ; 4 h tv THE PAOUl'AH DAILY SUN Published every afternoon, except Sunday, by THE SUM PUBLISHING COMPANY. ifOoiiruiiAjlD p i PfvilfH .,-. . ... . I'lirMtlT.NT It W, I'l J.MKMT.S VlOf.PBSll)MT hn J.Dtumh Ennr.TART W r.l'ATUN , TnA8Bll!t tllHKCTORJt T M. Vufcer, - V. l Pnxton UW.riemsnU, j.k John J. Dorian. Olllcei No. till HrtiHilwny. Daily, per annum in advance $ 4.50 Daily, Six months " 2.25 Daily, One month, " 40 Dally , per week 10 cents Wiekly, ler annum in vancu 1.00 vii'elmcn copies free MONDAY, AUGUSTS!). 1808. I.liV TIIK INVESTIGATION UKUIX. The war for Cuban f rccduni is over. With Its close has como numberless clisre.es of iniiconduct, malfeasance of ami of criminal carelessness in sonic of the departments of the military scivke. Many of tho charges thai are made arc of tho most serious character and demand an at once, litit these investigations should not be made iu a partisan manner. It is very probable that the president will himself order a thorough investigati...

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. — 29 August 1898

lrt! m - v k . ; M f 2 .7 v .r fc J i El H illiMEilwir ZTHRQUGH VHTIBUIFO WNGoBUffET TRAINSOAIIT CARS FROM NASHVILLE HEWORIEANS T CHICAGO rpJEFFRIE5.0.P.A O.f1.fllLLHAN.05.A t '. VANJVlLLt.INQ NA5rlVllLE.TlNrl. ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD Tims, Table In 3it J.ilf 3, 18tt, X.OUISVltXK AND MKMI'llIS DIVISION NOMTIt UODUD No BJI Nol Leave. Nw Orleans 7 M pm oo am J'kaon, lls.i347ara I M pm Memphis... .-7 to am to put J'kaon Tenn.lO is am 10 tt pui Cairo, 111... lOOani " Follon .IJBpmltOlaru Arm, radacah. ... 04ptn I I5aui lam LraTf. Vrt v., nj I'vlueah ....; it pm I toam Tam iwpni ni ihp. Tt nceton.... ltpm twam Pttam eoupm r.Taoaruie BwpmOMam IlopklasTlile IMpm TtOpm NortonttlW 4 (Spin li am 10 nam Ootralcitr Mnpm4 mam u ani Horae llranch 6 t3 pm t 01 am I o; pm Owrnaboro 10 00 pint (Warn 3 lb pm lxioUTllle.. ,1000pm 7;io am tuopm ClnelHDail. TlOaa 11 4 am ' Sooth 3)1 au ii i Clorlnnatl , . . x in utu t pm LoulsMlla . . .7 .) am v pw eaoam Owenat.im , . UMltl) OntralCti .IIUJ.iu lSkSiin...

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. — 29 August 1898

!t w. M ? if . NO BELLS! Fresh Jersey Milk DELIVERED TO YOUR SIDE DOOR BY : THE AFTON HEIGHTS DAIRY Which will open for business September 1st. Any one wishing to take from this dairy may address Box F. BREftD is the STArr or LirE CONSEQUENTLY HAVE IT PURE Biploma IS ABSOLUTELY FLOUR PURE Every barrel, half barrel, sack or nnoknco Gii.irontoento bo mudo from l'l'RB SOFT RED WINTER WHEAT tiono Ilnor. All retail grocers soil it. Host families buy It. YOUR MONEY BACK it not nsrep resented. ..J.-533 " I'KW I'l.OPLE HAVE KYliS ALIKE. Fully of those wearing classes have different vision in each eye. Sometimes it'n a decided dif ference, in othcrsja slight variation. A careless examination will fail to brine out this defect and as a conse quence the same lenses will be ad justed to both eves, causing head' aches and severe strains, which medi cines fail to relieve. I Test Your Eyes Irce Of Charge. When I say Test I mean Teat I don't hang a card on the wall, and guess, or let you guess, at ...

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. — 30 August 1898

t ., -AT- SOULE'S Drop lu and try his elegant phosphates. Phone 313 for 3 our drug wants. APPOINTED. The Committee Selected to Consider the Matter of Fic Kei riituc. It In Ihouuht tic Project Will Ho Fought liy Ij Op. pocr to It. Ma or I.aug this morniug appoint ed the conuuiltec that Is to act in conjunction with the public Improve-meat committee of the council in Investigating the matter of free fcrringu the resident of Illini 1b. as re. r quested in the petition tiled with the council last night at the called meet-In?. Messrs. Kd P. Xolilc, G. 7. nod Hen Wellle, were ed on the committee. The ferrv boat men do not seem to be worried. Ihcysaylt would uol pay the city to adopt free ferriage, as few men it any object ts paying a tvoalnal amount to bring their goods til Faducah, the belt market for miles around. No one, the' argue, stays away from I'aducah because of the ferriage and no ono would come here siaply because It would cost him nothing to cross the river. ' Tho Nettie Owen'...

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. — 30 August 1898

itri i Kil rP ome With The Crowd Aud Take Advantage of Prices Like These: Men's Shirts 39 cents a in,,,M finrtiuiMit of white and colored shirts, laundered or ft gee stylos, well made, were 50c to Tlie nest 10c macK .socks you Superior quality black or tan I Organdies for Evening Dresses, Ten Cents a Yard. All our ioc and 2sc solid colored organdies and Swisses, for pretty party dresses, reduced to ioc. M 1 1.2. n nvIVHMrllf f f r rule, sneer wimi: uigjmij, o- .ijit.it. Figured dimities and real French organdies only ioc this week. New Belts and Buckles. Stvlish crush ribbon belts, in all the newest stripes, plaids and solid colors, with jewel and enameled fad only 1.25. A handsome assortment of buckles at 25, 50 aim 75c. New moire and taffeta ribbons, very wide, for belts and collars. pTnly 25c a yard. n 1 fi ' ) k Mew Carpets Our stock of fine velvet, moquet. Wilton and Axminstcr carpets is enninlete with all the newest natterns. MOW We make and lay these carpets, every customer. ...

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. — 30 August 1898

Vi t' ,- Agent. inW. v7 .V"-- r? ;v ,. ,.'-"- ---I "V '' mwsm piNfifteurrET CARS FROM NBORIBNS IES.0.P.A D.njtlLLMAN.O.S. LE.iND NASdVllLLieNM. h CENTRAL RAILROAD lln3St JalrS, IS39. I,S AHI MEMPHIS DIVISION 10DD No SOt No SUI !rV LTV) tm BOOatn ,11 s j ro i no riu i,n)amio pia Ko.ltt l.USopmUOiam ',.3 W pa 116 am 800am No 53 No. 131 .ill pa I Warn Tin .lWin I, S U rm t f am liiim 0 00 tun F...l)pa etoam m I Bt 1'Ui I -U I'M! Ml J AluMtMinilOMim nf..,liia mam II w am pal vi am I vi nu ,.10 COpra'S 00 am JUipm lOOUpm T.IOam tWpm iv am uaiu norma 301 903 211 SI -. CuMul ....1 IOnraS4Scm Lafjlllg .7 ) aui 9 S pin 8 sum km,. Hinara 'lit iiuiiii i:u,iiii i4opn ... IS am S0 nui 1'riK UWpiuHJS am 8 3) 3 15pm o 1'K .,..-,...: 10 pm SMtm II oOskiOiini '. .-U 131 fcrfc ..8 ti pm 3 W am 4 10 p ro W nraSW m Jul u .-. JJfOinn TVon. 0iin rrltt U. - 8 31 MB It II SIM nt" a M'm t II am I piu UUt Ittl'ii A .'..,30)am I t vui ...... ...6 so am B 3 JO am 7 Upifl ST. U)UIS MVlblO.f. s v 0b"d 11 ' HWMHt...

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 August 1898

El ! C prt; Jo, -"- " ...LAST GRAND... CLEARING OF THE SEHSON If you niglcct thH opportunity you will have lasting regrets; fcr never in tbc history ot merchandising was sucu radical pricing Known. Read this protocol. No original writing can be more interesting The edict has gone for h that no summer goods must after next week find a testing place in our store. Three hundred fine shirt waists, well jmade, well worth 50c, grand clearing sale price 9c. h'ive hundred line percale, madras and cheviot shirt waists, regular price 75c, grand clearing sale price 25c. All our fine white pique ' and Marseilles shirtwaists, worth 1.25 to 2 00, grand clearing sale price Dress Skirts at a Fraction of Their Real Value. All our fine white shrunk pique and Marseilles dress skirts, regular prices 1.50 and 2.50, grand clear; itig sale price 75c. All our very fine silk, satin and moire dress skirts that rnngfc in price at 6.00, 7.00, S.00 and 10.00 go in our grand clearing sale in two lots, 3.9S and 5...

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. — 30 August 1898

0 part; (." I ml H &M I '! ...LAST GRAND... CLEARING OF THE SEHSON "If you n:g1cct llii opportunity you will havelasting regrets; fcr never in tue nisiory 01 niercuaiiHising was sucu rnuicai pricing Known. Head this protocol. No oricinal writing can be more interesting. The edict has gone for li that uo bummer goods must after next week find a resting place m our store. Three hundred fine shirt waists, weUfmade, well worth 50c, grand clearingjsnle price 9c. hundred fine percale, madras and cheviot shirt waists, regular price 75c, grand clearing sale price 25c. All our fine white pique ' and Marseilles shirt waists, worth 1.25 to 2 00, grand clearing sale price 75C . Dress Skirts at a Fraction of Their Real Value. All our fine white shrunk pique and Maiseilles dress skirts, regular prices 1.50 and 2.50, grand clearing sale price 75c. All our very fine silk, satin and moire dress skirts that rang in price at 6.00, 7.00, .S.00 and 10.00 go in our grand clearing sale in two lots, 3....

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 August 1898

Ff Ay I fX ', " v r ' n rt, fj" 1 , -s--' .j - vTyjprPlw -'V f .' J J . W SUN TUC HchI Rem IJirpcst for Telegraph Advortbicrs Circulation Nevv'H SUN TUC qp HE PADUCAH! DAILY SUN. l'nrtly THE cloudy ntid Thursday. WEATHER weather tomirtit -4 TOLUMEII NUMUEU 211!) PADUCAH, KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 31, 1898. TEN CENTS A WEEK. 1WW UhTAIII.lMIKU 1WS0 LOVELY Creams Ices -AT- SOULE'S i 4 j Drop in anil try his oliynnt phos phates, l'lionc 313 forour ilrug wants. . h QllBERT'S MARCH? v J A I'utlucAli Hoy Winning l)is- A Unci ion us u Cnin poser. One or I'ntt. llitrrj CIHurfH to llu llcurd in St. l.unit. Prof. Harry (Gilbert, organist at llio First Baptist church, and one of l'ailucah's best known and tnojl promising musicians, lias written a now march, winch Is destined to become one of the most popular compositions of the day, if indications count for anything. The march will ho played at the opcuing of the Columbian theater at St. Louis, next neck, and is called Ibe "Columbian Theater 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. — 31 August 1898

I ' T-' . . v M f v J33 ' V 'I' ;T L'7 xt TllC largest Circulation TUC Bent Telegraph Neu'H Paducah! Daily Sun. THE WEATHER oUN Best for Advertisers OUu he Partly clouily anil Thursday. weather tonight VOLUME II NUBII1KH 211!) PADUCAH, KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 31, 1898. TEN CENTS A WEEK. UE, 100 rrt m 'XV V v tt J ' WO . .USTAIIMSIIKU 1W0 LOVELY Creams ilces -AT- SOULE'S Drop in and try his elegant phosphates. I'lionc 313 for jour drug wauls. GILBERT'S MARCH. A Taducah Boy Winning Distinction as a Ouc of ltit. Ili.ro Cillicrl'H .Miirrticn to llu Heard In St. I.ouls. l'rut. llnrry (lilbcrt, organist at the First Baptist church, aud one of Paducah's bust known and mujl promising musicians, lias written n now march, which H destined to become one of the most popular compositions of the day, it indications count for anything, The march will ho played at the opening of the Columbian theater at St. Louis, next week, and is called the "Columbian Theater March." In addition to the distinc...

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 August 1898

J . " n rrif :!-. i .?& . '! v n y fr ', v p,-, r , 2 V KWM IG A sale so far-reaching, so complete, so convincing in its money-saving" arguments, that it wi1! at once appeal to tlie economical instinct 01 every buyer of dry goods in this community. New Fall Calicoes The best Atucticati indigo blue cilicoos, fall btylwi, for only 330 a yard. The best black and white and mIvci gray calicoes for only 3 'sc. The b:st fancy print made, new fall styles, for only ac a yard. Why pay others ,sc for the same thing? Bargains New'nll wrapper goods for 7 'v c a yard that yon will have to pay others 10c for. Fall Percales The best percales ' made, fall styles, for 10c, that you'll have to pay others iaic for. Extraordinary Dress skirts 'made up free of charge from now until the 3d day of September for your choice of dress goods or silks from 50c per yard up. Domestic and Canton Flannels Prices always a little lower than the lowest. unbleached domestic, 3'a'c a yard. Heavy canton flannels for ...

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 August 1898

' t J' ? ' -" -: I ' ? i . IBmbbJ3P8m j3Sj(L Btfc3 ZltiRCUGH irTOlLlfllE WlilBUlED PlKQaEJFfET nUIHSBAIDf CARS FROM NASIVIllI NtWKLEAHS 6 OtlMGO f JJJEF FRIE5.G.P.A O.n IIILIHAN.O.S.A ,.-. NASHVIUE.UNN ILLINOIS CENTRAL ItAILROAD Tlina labia In etTtsci July 3, ISM. LOUISVILLE AND UKMl'iltS DIVISION NomnuoDKD No a .No aji Leare. New Orleana tWiinJ no am J'kson, UlMktt 4T ani 1 M pin Utraphta .....7Matn8 Wrmi J'kwra Tenn.lO Ti am lots pin Cairo, 111 .. I0 4S am No. Ill Fulton ItttpmltOl am Arm. raJocah totpm 115am 9 (Dam No S No CM TaJacah ....tltino I Warn 7 41 am icopiu Princeton,... XSpni t 4)atn 9 IS tin SOJpm KratuTllle ., 8 00 pin 6 Mam MopklniTlIU I M pm T 20 pbi Nartonrllle . 4 4J pm 1 am 10 4 am Canlral C1I7 S pm 4 li)am II 40 am Horns llrnncb f) U pm A 01 am I 07 nu Oweruboro 0 00 ptn 00 am 1 1 pm ibouUTttl.. ,1000 pm T,44am tooim Cloclanatl.. TlOam Il4tain "SOOTH ItODKO 301 SU 111 1 laT. Cincinnati 3 10 am 4 pm LoaUUIIe .. 7 JO iu S 36 pm PJOaui OwMnlwro r am OmralClit .lltJ...

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. — 31 August 1898

g'" . I .' SM Pfci -V r I. . t' ' -' o. ' J t9H&v , u NO BELLS! NO HORNS! Fresh Jersey Milk DELIVERED TO YOUK SIDE DOOR BY r THE AETON HEIGHTS DAIRY Which will opon for business September 1st. Any one wishing to take from tnls dairy may address Box F. '"LET US HAVE PEACE" "Peace hath lior victories no less renowned than war." To tho victors belong tho spoils." To our customers belong the profits this week. Wc have met the enemy And we've got 'em. WB 1IAVB THE FOKTS of liinli prices with 1J10 bur caius wo fsoid to tho trade. Our ' figures, iir all tfraca flic" -LOWEST, now knock all the rest in the shade. Froimour diess goods may yet be se lected . some choico thlnes "in Lot weather stuff, on which we won't quote any prices, though others do that for a bluff. These goods you can have as j'ou wish them ; yourself make the prices to suit. And when you.havo spentjw dollars you get V ,MU - uw- Jug the SruiiTS ever sold in this end of the stale ; for less than the goods can be bought ...

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