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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 24 February 1897

JV 5" s? .. ?T - x 41 - )Kv K if V ) ' T M 7 RAILROAD T1MK TA1II.KS. VMMVMI Niishvillo, ChaUnnoogii & St. Louis Railroad. ViUUOAH AWIIMtMrillH DIVISION. SOUTH nounn. t,T. radtioah .. 7 15.m 7 31 r Ar Pari . .. nm, (no pin Hollow Hock J unci. lo.tlara -it'll) in 10 1 lUslon ......,,, II.Mnni I In p id Lit, l.pilHKton ilHiam Ar. Jacksnn Hniim 7.(0 an, Ar. Memphis .-,...-. I St i,tn Id Dltin Nashville 8ion.m tllim ..,V40um Siiiin mouth nous II. t.r. Chatuinooita euiam l.so tiru Nashville .... ,, a 1 pin Hsujmt Memphis ..12 id urn 615 pm JackMin. ....... ' ,(.14iiira Blpn. Ar. trunnion ... ,, ,4 40pm oaipm LT. laxlnuton . 4IUpm MM imi Hollow hock junct B4Nitn oioain rrls "Minn 7 Ilk am IMducah WIS pin VlJam All train dally. Tbrouith ttaln and eir service) between and Jarkson, Mnmpblit, Nashville and ChatUmooict, Trnn Chwe connection for At lama, (Ja., Jacksonville, l'la, , ami he rant, and to Arkansas, Texan ami all (ailuu houthweat. Tor further information ca'l on or adilrxM. A.J W...

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. — 24 February 1897

$& J. D. Bacon & Co, PHARMACISTS. Prescriptions MJod at ail hours.- NlchtUoll alibi of door. Pharmacists, COK. Dry Goods Shoe; Carpets . A Novelty For the Children est New Shades in Tans and Ox Bloods! I Infants' and Children's. Infants' tan or ox blood turn 75c Children's sizes S 1-2 to 11, Si to Si. 50. Children's sizes 12 to 2, 1.25 to Si. 90. Full line of youth's and boys' black, brown or ox blood. 1 J Avay A 1 Spring Top I witn eacii sa c of cliildrens hhocs at $l'and Dp. Bring your repairs to us for quick work. ) -ELLIS, RUDY & PHILLIPS, 219-231 BROADWAY. 'OUK MOTTO. ffchavs ami 10 ew, rVrr.init urllh . ihaRlutTrrtcaxe, .. .L.,1 Kay shaves djUTialr cut i'll. Tom Mire llRht Kar.orn in onil out of slRlit. LaJlefLlialr cut ami drew" i.'hlldranl keiox.1; will .havBlhe llTlDR nl tbn ilejil. Anrt rail and hbave lhWCK lu lied. nur laundry U ontf boom. With clean pl5JMia coney rcom. Our price 1 !. It's only ten; ;..! i.Z..nnmCrn tti of men. Oriurfcwo uonirht H ccond.li.inJ...

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. — 25 February 1897

Vifo ,'Wr f ? vv A1 Our Successful Business Men. Official Newspaper All run odvortlnomonta tho ontlro p aducah Daily Sun thorn yonr. Hint Tholr ono timo oxporionco advertising toadies duoa g of the City. not pay. PADUOAH, KENTUCKY, TI1U11SDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1897. VOLUMK u TEN CENTS A WEEK WILD RUMORS With Jlcfercwo lo tho Cuban Situation. AMERICANS RUSHING HOME. Senate Kcsohitloiirt Heing Pressed I'or PaBmigo. THE SITUATION EXTRtMELY CRITICAL. Havana, Feb. '.. There is every Indication of n fast approaching orNIn In Cuban, nffnlr.s, nnd tlio gravest nnxiety is felt over tlio strained re-lotions existing between General Lee and the United States Govern- mniil nvnr the conllnement oi inc American Fcott. Americans arc mailing to tho city nml leaving by outgoing ships as last us they can get berths. The Spaniards ore growing Insolent, no longer attempting to hide their hatred of Americans. The worst is feared as a result ,of those things. Congratulations are' pouring in on General Leo fo...

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. — 25 February 1897

I 11 4. If T 3 if f: i' f i George is not to be bluffed by the Ottoman empire, even with the powers behind it. A London newspaper man, in a book on America, describes a visit to some of the vessels of our navy, and gives it as his opinion that the United States will soon lead the nations of the world at sea. Our navyut present is small, but with time and tho help of American genius, there is no reason to doubt that it will equal all domands made upon f There seems to be a serious split among the Populist editors which would seem to promise a healthy fight of mammoth proportions within the ranks of that party. Tho Republican party is the only party ,in the county which has anything to fight over, and it Is tho only party that is not divided against itself. There is truly a bright outlook for the future of that party and hence of the country. It is perhaps not generally known that we are now, notwithstanding the low price of silver, importing it at the rate of more than $2,000,000 per...

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. — 25 February 1897

jC W: r . - '? . . w rr y IM -'I H4 ' l .- 4 o i - ok l s V. r t , V ' .vr - " . L: f . t rv RAILROAD TIME TAULKS. Nashvlllo, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railroad. PADWMll aMlMKMrilla DIVISION, oorn uoiTun JLv. Padtioah. 7 Inn.tn 2 3 1 r. Ar ran ., . . ; ; ,",:',,"'u' MOum llOllOWIWCX JUllCl. lu;. Jll 'iipu H.W m mpm Lt. Lexington ......11.08 m 6noaru Ar. Jtoxson '!!J,i,'m 7.TO a id Ar. Memphis.... .4 no lOiilnra Nashville VP.vm 9 2Jpm Chattanooga mop m S.51 u m WOHTIf IIOUMI. Lt. Chattanooga boo am 1.30 pm Nsshvllle ... ..a 35 pm H a) i!ii Memphis .,i urn in & IS pm Jark.on . , . , .nil l in H 15 pin Ar. Lexiuguiu. ... 4 4opm o 0 pm I.v. l.exlugton . .. 4 40pm owl lira Hollow Hock Junct 5 4s p m 6 mam Pari OMpm 7 lis am Paducah B 15 pm B (5 am Alltrslnsaaiiy. Through train ana cv service between Paducah and Jackson, Memphis, Nashville and Chattanooga, Tenn t'liuu. connection for At lauta.lla., Jacksonville, I'la . nndihnboith rial, ami to Arkansas, Texas and alt points Boutnwes...

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. — 25 February 1897

1 11 X' . . f Dry floods Sho Carpp A Novelty T7 Child. en New Shades in Tans and Ox Bloods. i HWT1 F f liBi Infants' and Children's. Infants' tan or ox blood turn 75c Children's sizes 8 1-2 to 11, $1 to Si. 50. Children's sizes 12 to 2, 1.25 to $1.90. Full line .of youth's and boys black, brown or ox blood. Given hAway A t Spring with each sale of childrens sthoes at $1 and Up. f Bring your repairs to us for quick work. "ELLIS, RUDY & PHILLIPS, 219-221 BROADWAY. w lire to Bbrfre aiA to iIe ane. And do It with the iieatrnt ease, in innHnrlnl art wexcel Eay "have and air ct well, Tim iiriv tnudues M&znra kefnnoIlt)f BlL'tit Ladle hair ctu W Cblldren like riJilace Mat, Will nhavo tboTlrlni? auh the dejwl. And call and ahave thftc In brd. Our laundry t on ton Wjoiii, With clean place and tmey room. Our price ! low, It's nly ten; Our patron are the Best ot men. or ciuriM) we bouunt It wromi.nand, lint have cleaned It up and made a tand. . , f member lha name and place. LITTLE TOM...

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. — 26 February 1897

V f' 5 v ?! na fcL V4 S i ? II? n. p ,-. " v V ! V '. "W ? ijfW' " u ). Our All run Successful ndvortlsomentfl Business tho Men. ontlro The Paducah Daily Sun. Official Newspaper year. Their oxporlonco tenches of the thorn not pay. that onu tlmu advertising (loos City. 1 KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1897. VOLUME 1 NUMBER Ml PADUOAH, 2G, TEN CENTS A WEEK CUBAN RESOLUTIONS. They Are Before llio Senate This Aflernoou. TWO AMERICAN CRUISERS, ISHiuvcd to lluvu Hen Ordered to lliivmm. general' lee stands firm. Washington, Kelt. 2C The resolutions are before the ScnMc this afternoon, lmvlnir been set for 1 o'clock p. in. Tho Foreign Affairs Coinmitteo has decided to press them to a passage as quickly as possible. Jt is believed the liveliest debate the Scuntc has seen for many days will result as there are n number of Senators, with Mr. Hale at their head, who oppose anything like advanced action. Washington, 1'cb. 20, 2:28 p. in. The Senate is comparatively quiet today, the announcement of t...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 26 February 1897

,, r 1 ? j. u V THE PADUCAH DAILY SUN, Published every nftcrnoon, oxcpt Sunday, by 1HE SUN PUBLISHING COMPANY. IHOOTirORATID. J It MITII ....... ..... V1CK mtSIUriT J J l0rln . . .. . hCHTAUY J.P.lIODoi...I. MAMAOIHO K1HTOII DIRSCTOHS! r.M. Fisher, J H Smith, II. W.Cleraents, J.K. Williamson J J Dorian. THE DAILY SUN Will frtve ipeclal attention to am. local otlnterrst In I'aducah and vicinity, ot nrKlMtlng general news, which will be tlTen aa fully a.1 spice will permit wlthont regard to expense. I HE WEEKLY SUN U dero'ed to the lnterents of our country pit-tons, and will at all times bo new y and entertaining, while keeplnc lis readers posted on all political affairs and toplcs;wblle It nil) be a fearless and tlrelem exponent of the and teachings of the National party. CORRESPONDENCE. A special featnre of the weekly edition of Til won will be Its Correspondence Depart ment, in waicn it nope amy to represent every locality within the limits of Us ADVEKTISING. Rates of advertising 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. — 26 February 1897

Vl V f. r Hioiilor ml J lramt t rW m inln,I nr at T'HTS7';3'T.'5 '-;' hOA'dTIMK TA11LKS. J souin onn Lr. nulucab - 7.15 ro ilOII'lwl S! JUiiVh iw - luxlnmon ....... . . II.M m Ar. Jackson., .... l.bopni Ar. Memphis .a NMhYltle BIO pill Chattanooga , ,. ...VIOpni MOUTH IIOCNI. Lr. Coauanooga alio am Nashville 3pm Memphis ..Uioain ,, Jkckion . J Mum - Ar. Ixlnlon .. P-'n St, IVtDRlon ... I to 1 III Hollow ltK K junct 5 p in Paris fPn Paducah .... V 15 pill AM iralns uny . ... Tbrou&htaln and ' servlc between Pa duetto and Jackson, Memphis, Nashville ind rM.m.,innga. TlMI I 'I. connentlnn for At "lULSrOi., Jacksnoniln, II , ami ! N' 'it. aZrand to Arkansas, Texas ami ull mlnt jptllhwest. For lutiner information ran on ai! Wslcb. l l'. A..Mmn'iU Tsnn W i aiil. 0 1 anil T A Tenu. T twooran, ' 1 nnA V . I Imr tl mm ttnesh Kt, K S. lluniham. deit ticket Blr auci"''"T ThU U lh l"t r I Tn lay and Krldjv , n nrfaranlinniitl. I w Orleans rvrryT r ilk rry f "i';i, J II AhllCKAVT. I'ailufati...

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 February 1897

I ( "V- I - i X .T n Bafcon & Co.U. D. Bacon & Co. T TT u.fO TVT VnTfVPR jr , ryivnv r irim i all hours.- CnVpreparc famllyor private IOIJBiiuuu uv nil iiuuidi - i'-i"v your " v" - at vicffit noli l repfpes, from a liniment tajcorn '!(" --- .....ii eldo of door. paro, ntut ao it ngiu A Novelty For the Children... NT r' New Shades in ,1 Tans and' Ox Bloods. ISIiSiiiBSf Infants' and Children's. Infants tan or ox blood turn 75c Children's to Si. 50. Children's Si. 90. Full black, sizes 8 1-2 to 11, S sizes 12 to 2, 1.25 to Ine oil youtn s aim town or i I 7 1 ... ox oioou. Given Away Spring Td&l ) K with each w hhoes 1 e of childrens boys' 1 and I In. Bring your repairs to us for quick work. ELLIS, RUDY & PHILLIPS, 219-221 BROADWAY. OUK MOTTO. We live to Bbv and to (ilcasc, And do It with the ease. In tonHorlal an e excel Eajr Bbaves anJ haircut xteil. Tom Kurely touchM llifbt Hamrs keen and out or xlKtit. Ladlm hair cut auu drensed Children like my placo best. Will ihar...

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 February 1897

'$ 11 L'5S L 1 ) rAi w WONDERFUL DISCOVERY. Dr. J. D. Smith, ot llio City May Become Famous. HAS INVENTED A PANACEA, In ExpcrlmcntiiiK With a, l'limb gutor Ho lnvcntiiU oim Germicide. ENTIRELY NEW TO SCIENCE. It has fallen to the lot of a doctor to make one of tho most wonderful and auspicious discoveries of tho century. Dr. J. 1). Smith, of Ninth and Jcffcrsou streets, ono of I'nducah'a foremost physicians, lias iuvcntctl what is without a dissenting voice pronounced by every scientific man wlm has examined It, one of the most marvelous and potent germicidal, or destroyers of germs, Known to medical or sanitary science. It is said to liu an exterminator that destroys civcry vestige of disease germ, and if this be true, as u consequenco it will prove a panacea of Inestimable value to humanity, and n mint of money to the inventor. Tho familiar names of Koch, Pasteur and other Illustrious doctors llrst become known through discoveries which may prove of much less significance than Dr....

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 February 1897

mr m J tiik mnrnm: ia nc a n. Mr iiazcn m ov iml h inriiiiuujiii un lj gvin l'T., Published .en aflfyon, frjcn(J t Fu- Is fe 1HEJMBJNG COMITY. If, y0. If yx jTp. iu(WZ... r av ' K 4P' application. c Office, street. P1HECTOHS; H R n - la i i utinrvr VKFPiirsimNT ,, SM'HBTUIY , .. THEAHUHr.H MAMAGINO lUHtOH , Fisher, J It Smith, It.W.riemenU, J.K. Wllllanuoa J . J Dorian THE DAILY Will give npecl.il attention to ALT. tint local hip twnlnr if Inlor.'nt in l'ailitcah and lrlnllV ot noRlprtltiR (tener.il nv, which will In jlren an fully as space will permit without r Card to expense I HE WEEKLY it deTOted to the Interests of our country pat totn, ami will at all times beney and m irL.i1n!n?. whit kppnlna Un readers tvmNl on all political aRilrs and tople,whll II nil) po a leanest anu iireirw exiKiuriu in inr u trlnew and teachings of the National can party. CORRESPONDENCE. A special feature of the weekly edition ol TniMis will be Iti Correspondence Pepart ment, In which it hope ably to r...

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 February 1897

tufcrf SjM. ' T. m . a'. 1 . fc r vj . -.-- '-1 Ref gnu Hon: George V. ., n.:n9A nnln. ftnmnnnnJ S . ' ii .1 P"" MF,', iSj. P K ..'.'! :: J-VV,vi y ft ' ' -k- lilfflPlSSl .Willi I' 4 '&&'' A 'j' Aw'f' i ' i ieurvinny ' l'dinc, S e receuU.ybeuicnt to tlie proprietor capame ui .i" -" , ' ,, T, '"'"' of Pahfe'.s celery cdinpouncl, are of brain and nerve elements to lie or these peases allthere energy, simply an index of vlhat this most weakcf.ed parts, and is thus able Pained-celery coii.otind is used 'wonderful remedy doing into permanently ml the .body of bytie best physicis in their own r.v.'rv Stnte of the Union, and- fn sleeplessness, nervousness. netTrnlliouies, and prescribed to sufferers "" Igia and dysveysia. from all nervous diseases. It is verv citv villaee. It I M-' women who almost within the reach of everyone. MM,,,lMMi""IIMI'"'M"M""''W"""M I will on Moi.d'.v, Hi" St h day of, jll(Tt.rrto nnd Monroo p.miii'v Court day), at f.nn,,P. y..k. Ilunton :..'.. nUn 'ii.ins...

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 February 1897

V .' J. D. Bacon &,Co. PHARMACISTS. Prescription fllletf nt nil hours. .5- KTchtBoll irae of door. Pharmacists, and Dry Goods Shoes) Carpets .. . i A Npvelty For the Children... New Shades in Tans and Ox Bloods. Infants' and Children's. Infants' tan or ox blood turn 75c Children's sizes S 1-2 to n, $1 to Si. 50. i Children's sizeWb to 2, 1.25 to $1.90. Full line of youth's and boys' black, brown or ox blood. Given Away a n : : Spring j Top j with each sale of hildrens shoes at $1 and Up. Bring your repairs to us for quick work. A ELLIS, RUDY & PHILLIPS, 219-221 BROADWAY. T A OUR MOTTO. We live ik ohtrJl and to nleAW. o ltVllu'lliaBl"tf' ' '' ...nili n w exel I EMJ? ! 2x1 Ulr cu eU. Tom nureiyVucbM "?bi; . Kamrs ut of aieH. Ladle hair it abJ n 11U WT Pa bw,t' Will shave lblltlnr and , the dejd. And call and afcate hj dcvlil bed. our laundry la on the boom. With clean pUcf and cooejf room. Our price ! lowilfa only Jen: Our putrona are t&e best of mtn. O e iin.r e bouaht II...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 1 March 1897

'v Strvi' v. ill . ." i"jrAF jr ' , rrF:'rr r Our Successful Business Men. yonr. All ntn Tholr ndvcrtlsonienia oxporlonco tho tcndics ontlro The Paducah Daily Sun Official Newspaper rt thorn that ono tlmo advertising doos not pay. of the City. krr S& M iV v LH" IU, k '!' M AJ if,' frr W 4- id i a r iJfc sr M lx- VOLUME 1 10 MURDER MOST FOUL. Lnddio Utile Killed Wiiilu Asleep Last Night. -TOM HODGES CONFESSES, lctulln tlio Awful lirloiu to .Mar nIi.iI Collin Toduy. THE MAM IS N) D3UBT CRAZY. Tho most cold blooded and remorseless iminlcr ever committed in Paducah vim brought to light this morning when sonic of tho hosllcrsnt Jerome Aden's Btnble nro?c about G o'clock to begin their clay's work. Tlie manleror, it half-witted, par tially deformed colored man, shortly Iwforo noon confessed to the crime and is now in jnil. Laddie Halo, a young colored hostler at Jerome Allen's livery stable on North Fifth street, was murdered while Ivlng on a couch lif a small room at the north-cast c...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 1 March 1897

!" o i A M' K- 7 PSf3RT "S T 9 j M THE PADUGAH DAILY SUN, Pdblithcd every afternoon, except Sunday, by 1HE SUN PUBLISHING COMPANY. isoonroiuTin. . M Kisiiru . j. It. aunti ... j. J. Dorian . j.r. nofCK uiRrcTonsi , PlIIWlDENT .. Vice 1'nrsiDiNt .. .. sicnrrAiiT . . THHAllUlir.il MAHAGIXQ EDtTOIt r. U.llsbrr.J H Smith. Il.W. Clements, J.K. Williamson J J. Dorian. (THE DAILY SUN 7I1I clre nterlal Attention to Al I. local of intercut In l'nducab and vicinity. otneKlectliiKKener.il news, which will be Clren as fully a since will crmlt without re gardtocxne. The weekly sun U devoted to the Interents of our country and will at all time boneniy and while lieeplnu Iw reader pmtnl nn all political affair and topics, while It will be a fekrlem and tlrUeiw exponent of thn doctrines and teachings of the National K publican party. CORRESPONDENCE. A special fetture of the netkly edition of Tltm BUN will be in Oorrepondence Department, In which H hoi ably to represent every locality within the lim...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 1 March 1897

1 w V " Hi - : a- s ' I ltrtMl . fc r i RAILROAD TIME TA1ILKS. Naalivlllo, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railroad. AWIlMKMPnU DIVISION. south r.ouin. tiT. Paduoab ... 7.1ft n.m Ar.l'arts . !tHm. 5 mi pro Hollowlloek Janet, lo.i.iam 5 4Spm 1exlnctoa 11. Ma in 7 15 p ID I.T. Lilnirlon UNtn m 0 ifl ir Ar. Jaokson 1 (Vi i m 7.00 am At, Mrmihl.......... .410 p.ni loodarr Niubrllls 2 ro i m i)pm Chattanooga, .... . 40 p in 3 5j a in NOIITII HOUND I.T. Chattanooga MO am I JO pm NithTlllii 3Mim a) pm Meinpnui.i M.ii.km 6 it pin Jack ion. .. . . . JKinra 8 lit pir. Ar. Islington. .. 4 40run aiptn Lv. Islington 4i)pm ft Wain Hollow Hock lunel fHSiim 8 10 am 1'arla owptn 7 is am t'aducah . l4piu 45 am All trains uaiii. Tbrouth train and car service between and Jackson, Memphis, Nashrilleand Chattanooga, Tenn. CUwm connection for At laula, Oa, Jacksonville, I'M , and 'ho Su.ilh oast, and to Arkansas, Tmm and all polnu tioulbweat. For fill ther Information call na or addresa, A.J. Welch, D. I. A.....

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 1 March 1897

u $ w m i. in St F r.f l.-K - A INpVelty .For the Children New Shades in TansUnd Ox Bloods. Infants' and Children's. Infants' tan or ox blood turn 75c Children's sizes S 1-2 to 11, Si u$i.50. Children's sizes 12 to 2, 1.25 to Full line of youth's and boys' black, brown or ax blood. "k r " Given Spring Aw&y V with each sale ofchildrcn.s shoes at $Land Up. L Rnng your repairs to us for quick work. ELLIS RUDY & f: PHILLIPS, 219.231 BROADWAY. OUK .MOTTO. Tom Mire ly touclirn Ucbf; We llvp to Bh.Tfi and to iVn, And do It wltli the Kto.iti'nt'caio, In UiiiMjrUI art ve excel- Kav shave and hilr cut,cll. itarorn 1 ren " l)11 n ';. L.1.1 Ich batr cut anu Colldrrn like my tvin kti,r. ttiM und lUe del) And call and sUave th flc Iu !. Our Utindry Hon tlitMptn, Wltli clean plact aud ro4ey roow. Our price l low, ll' only ten. Our patrona are tun U'M of meu. Of court vo ixiimht It fcccomUmnd, Hut hae cleaned It up aud mado u tlriitilasa Htand. . ,' Keineitlwr ttte name and place LITTLE TOM...

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. — 1 March 1897

K V .31 i.-'n Tv .- J. D. Bacon & Co. PHARMACISTS. Prescription filled nt nil hours- NIphtHoll side of door. Pharmacists, Druggists and jpothecaries, Cou. Skvkxtii and Jackson StiikhTS, Paducah, Kv. Dry Goods Shoes Carpets y k Npvelty s For the Childfeim New Shades in Tansand Ox Bloods. oiHifiiiiy ' lullliHf Infants' and Children's. Infants' tan or ox blood turn 75c Children's sizes S 1-2 to 11, Si 101.50. Children's sizes 12 to 2, 1.25 to Q. Kull line of voutlrs and boys' black, brown oyric blood. r b. " Given Away A Spring with each sale ' shoes' at $Land Up. L Hring your repairs tons for quick work, ELLIS -RUDY & 1 PHILLIPS, 219-221 BROADWAY. OUK .MO'ITO. Wn llvx in 6l)Te and to Awl do It Willi th I H L' fl Hit. Inton.orui an nm7 Kay sharri and hulr cul.farll. Tom mreiy toucbri Usbi, . if;inr f en unu dui ik'. Ladles lialr tin nnu Children like my l'lacn .t. in khafA Him llvtnt? :ind llli dl And call and bav ihf lo In bed. OiirUnndrylnon tlilufu. Wllb dean plc and croey r...

Publication Title: Paducah Daily Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah daily sun. — 2 March 1897

T' CAUSE OV Till: HITCH. In Propose J Concerted Action of Iho Powers. London, March 2. Tlio Daily "Chronicle" says there islittlodoulit that the serious hitch in the concert of the Power is due, first, lothelack of wisdom on tho part of the government, and secondly, to the wrath of Kmpcror William who, the "Chronicle" sajs, deeply resents the form of Lord Salisbury's announcement of tho policy of Great Itntnin toward Crete, especially the suggestion that GreAt llrltaln has taken tho lead In the concert. Continuing, the Chronicle says: "This indiscretion was enhanced by Mr. Clinton's most unfortunate Becch, in which he said that the solution was mainly due to Ixird Salisbury. It is understood that the Kmporor, in retaliation, made himself responsible for the olllclal from St. Petersburg, on Thursday lost, In which ltussia threatened the Immediate coercion of (J recce, failing her instant compliance. "There is reason to believe that tho attitude of the has been influenced by the serio...

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