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

J ..., f r 1 r kMMiaa lS. Incorporated im Johnson Foundrv and Machine Go. MtauUclureriknd Dtklers In Steam Engines. Boilers. -9 HiMsrFronts, Mill Machinery AYid Tobacco Surows, llrass and Iron Fttings. Castings of all kinds. V- Paduoah, Kkntdckt. E. THALMUELLER, Fine Boots and Shoes M tn ClrArr. v vrr pairing of 'all kinds BilTrttneat Hc. jiottoin jnei. uiTe iirm s itui. 404 Wroawny fcBrinton B. Davis, ARCHITECT. Ofllco Nat. Hank. Whon in Metropolis nop i i no STATE HOTEL. J1.60 day. Btieclal rates by the rook. u, a. jiaii.ky, rronr. between 4th and 6th on Ferry it. ST. JAMES HOTEL LOUIS Bates, $2.00 Per Day. Room and Brcaklait, $1.00. European Plan, $1.00 Per Day. Oood Koous. Good Mkalh. Oood Hkkvick. Wbeo rou Tl.lt SI. Lonls stop tl 8T. JAMES HOTEL IlHCUUWAT AMI WaLKCT Slrret rr direct to Hotel HARRY F. WILLIAMSON, M.D. Physician and Surgeon Offlc llonrst T to I s.bi., llolp. m. Olllce, No. 419K Urortdway. Horao Shoeing a Specialty. All kinds ot Imperfection in a horse's travel co...

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 August 1897

.5" & Y Hi 'i tpr Jilfet Received... New Store. HERE ARE A FEW OF THE GOOD THINGS IN blOdlV.,.. i V, .- -,7' In our Shoe Depart ment we knock the bottom off our prices. 20 per ct. Discount Given on any and all low shoes (no jobs), for men, women, misses and children. -J and 75c buys I Oxford Ties that sold rat $2.00 to $3.00. et benefit of these must be fitted and before leaving store. Ellis, Rudy & Phillips PERSONAL, Elf suffering from early is or later excesses, power and nljty gone, we nre just the par- i you are looking lor. we nave remedy which we guarantee to mpt worlc ana give periect tion a reuieoy very power rin its action - bsolutely Kesults 1. Lost nd im- t when One r 55 O by Iress box streets. Use no other starch the bst made. Use no other starch the best made. , pX. Wonmn'H Missionary Society. All the members of the Woman's Missionary society are requested to cut , meet at the church Wednesday even- iii4 ui 1 u I'luvn, iu uini.c unai arrangements for the ice cre...

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 August 1897

. aiiintcrltes In the, r.hrhlh .Indlelul District Want UN Scalp. ljjwlluif Green, Ky., Aug. 25. A bitter llgut js being waged by the Hunter faction tu Hie I'.ightli Judicial district in the attempt to depose. Dr. William Turner, . district thairman tl.....l.llsiAn rill"- -..!. .a 1 MrmlCV JvC 1IHUIH..1U. ' ... i... mii.lislied a denunciation 111:1 iii" if ' - Jus enemies nml proposes n .imiir the hrw 1 tvtfclal u lllllllll says. A ... . ' .r,n WUlUk i-' ' " of to light may be brought before the State coiuuiUtce. ;jj.(J CKN IS Tho matter Vlue l the Sll Was vcr In a StniulaidloJlar. New York, Aug. 3 1 At today's AvYorkprVwor 1ms tho value AuOio silver dollars isJUUiC cents. ,Win:ikT"uraniubi3K oounty. ,,,,, Ht.ldU.jr 'Hiolr Crops Still Iil" 1'rlces. ,.,.,... Kv.. Am.'. 2i. A llnrni M --,, limiai.. to . Hie -on"... il... Miln.it -"-- Inn. J nquiry"" '-,'"",' i.w - -- reeais -1 .. itriin il i. ....J x,,r'ri' ' &s'-,, "; srsvasH - rims Hie llllfr The l.iirK'M I'autant In tho History ...

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 August 1897

S THE PADUCAH DAILY SUN. atj.i jl Ji- Published Bverr except Sunday, by 1HE SUN PUBLISHING COMPANY. noonroiUTED P. J, It. .. j. J, Dorian IV. K.l'AVTON gard to expnr Ponulisl's ideal. ...rHMiiiKUT sn MAior.n VICK I'llUIUkM SICHITAMV , THKASUKKIl OIHEOTOB9! r. M. Plshrr. J.It. Smltu, K.W.ClenicnM, J K Vllllaui5on J.J. Dorian. THE DAILY SUN (Till elve atrial attention to all i unci local hai ninir nf Imim em In I'aducah and vicinity, nt nntnllnir irrnprl nftWH. VrhlCh Will b Riven as f ullr aa apace will prmU without re I HE WEEKLY SUN i. rt.rt tn the interests of our country pat tons, aid will at all times be newy and entertaining while keeping its reader pouted on all political aflalr and toplcniwhlle It will WH. i ...Ailul. ovrunnant rf lh nnfm utM and tucfalags of the Rational Ktpubll can party. . CORRESPONDENCE. . ..wi.l feature of the weekly of Tiik wcn will be IM Correspondence Department. In which it hopes ably to represent Tery locality within the llinlta of Its circu lation ...

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 August 1897

m y KsUbllsued ISM. Incorporated W Johnson Founds and Machine Go. Manufacturers Aud Dealers id Steam Engines, Boilers, HouseTronts, Mill Machinery Auil Tobacco Screws, Jlraas niicl Iron Filings. Citstiun of nil kinds. Paducah, Kkntuckt. E. THALMUELLEK, Fine Boots and Shoes Made to Order. 'repairing ot ll Vludu neatly doneal Hoc IlottoM pries. UIto lllm a Trial, 404 llrowT Brinton B. Davis, ARCHITECT. Olllco Not. Hank, Whon In Metropolis stop at tho STATE HOTEL. f 1.60 a day. Special rates by tliu vrook. D. A. Uailkv, l'ropr. Ilotwoon 1 tit and 6th on Forry st. STJAMES HOTEL 8T. LOUIS. Rates, $2.00 Per Day. Room and Breakfast, SI. 00. European Plan, $1.00 Per Day. Good Rooms. Good Meals. Good Skiivick. Wlitu roll Tltlt St Louis stop at ST. JAMES HOTEL IIH04UWAV AMD WaUII'T. Hlreet cars ill reel to llulrl HARRY F. WILMMSON, M.D. Physician and Surgeon unco llocrsi 7 to 9 a. uiH I to I p m. Olllco, No. 419 tf Broadway. Horse Shoeing a Specialty. All kinds of imtcrfcction In a homo's tra...

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 August 1897

fc ' New Store. ' '""TenHS' k. Bsid U V11 v1 N In out Shoe Depart- 1 1 A. I -merit we khock me bottom off our prices. 20 per ct. Discount FOR FIFTY Of all seasons of tho year this Is tho one most heavily CENTS ed with malaria. Wo all know tho cause of chills. OhillTonio is tho best anti-malarial tonio known. If you having chills it will cure WE'LL TAKE you. Takon in limo it will prevent them. It is sold under a poBitivo guarantee Inov refunded ff you do-sire i(. YOUR CHILLS. Given on any and all low shoes (no jobs), for men, women, misses and children. 50c and 75c buys Oxford Ties that sold at $2.00 to $3.00. , To get benefit of these -cut prices goods must be fitted and paid for before leaving store. Ellis, Rudy & Phillips PERSONHL, If suffering from early indiscretions or later excesses, power and i.hnlitv trnne. we are iust the par ties you are looking for. We have a remedy which we guarantee to do prompt work and give perfect satisfaction a remedy very powerful in its action...

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 August 1897

r? S I ij. IV It t i - ,y ! h I X. f f ' , TOLUME MO LIKE AJOCKEL U (Goes Wheat Again, Clear Above tlio Dollar Mark. .TOSS OF GOLD FROM ALASKA, Terrible f In tlio lLelnuton InHnno Aajltini, 1MB UTF. TELE6RAPH1C NEWS. .iJlf5"1!110' AuK' afi' Scptomlicr WIICH ghat llll Ill, n N,nV.I 11.1. ---- -- - " "" um muni' A opening nt $1.03. ANOTIIEK MOIl 1h After the Nero Aflnullunt of a Little Girl. Glasgow, Ivy., Aug. 20. A negro jMt night attempted to assault l,uc Hcttlo Uwln. He climbed int0 ,Cr room and choko.1 !,,v. jIo waH nrrtfh today, TONS OF GOLD. iMer t Arrival From the Lund AN ASSASSIN Cuts. Short the Life of Uruguay's President. Killed by a Youiifr Man. Third Tims an Attempt Ilutt liccn .Muile. I'rcNiimubly by An- iirclilstH. Montevideo, Aug. 26. During a natioual fete which was held here today, President J. Idiarto llorda was shot and killed by au assassin. The weapon used by the assassin was a revolver. President llorda died almost immediately after he was shot. Senor Ciicstns, ...

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 August 1897

K it ft W5 U t CORRESPONDENCE. Specimen copies free J.) , l -,- : THE PADUCAH DAILY M, Published svcry afternoon, except Sunday, by THE SUN PUBLISHING COMPANY. IWOORrOHATED. K. M. FlKMIB. J. K. smith .. J. J. Dorian . W". r.l'AlTOR I'rmdkht Ann Manaotr VIOItPllMIBW . , . SICBKTAHT ,'... .... TBKASCnEH DIBBOTOR1II V M.Fbtafr.J K Sinltb.K.W.ClemenU.J.K Williamson J J Dorian. THE DAILY SUN BlveicUl attention to all local hp-" n of In I'adncah and Tlclnily. not n 'electing Kene ral news, which will b Sfrenai fully as pace will twrmlt without re-Bard to nr aw I HE WEEKLY SUN la de?oleJ to the lnureu of our country p-ton aid will at all t Intra benewnyand en lerta nine, while keeplnB 1U readers PO'U'd iS, .11 , i?lrl aSalri and tonlc;whll9 It will be a fesrleaa and tlreleso exponent of the and tcctlngs of the National can party. ril feature of the weekly edition of m. na rin tiA ita Correspondence Depart ment. In which it hopes, ubly to repwent every locality within me nmiis oi iw circu l...

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 August 1897

7 ft- ?, 'k r 3 V . . ,. ' - ft I f f. jcttbtuhe4 tew. Incorporated 184 Johnson Foundry and Machine Go. Manufacturers nd Dealers In Sfeam Engines, Boilers, Mill Machinery Ami Tobacco Screws, Hrass and Iron Fttings. Coatings of nil kinds. l'AIlUCAIl, Kkntcokt. .E. THALMUELLER, Fine Boots and Shoo Made to Order. 'repairing ot all Vlnda neatly Joneat Hock Iljitom prlea. UIt lllm a Trial. MS llroaway ; IBrinton B. Davist ARCHITECT. Olllco Am. -German Nat. Hank. When In Metropolis etop al tho STATE HOTEL. 11.60 a day. Hnocial raloa by the ,Wn0lf ... n- A- MAituv, rropp. Itotwcon 4th nnd 6th on Forry st. SI. JAMES HOTEL ST. I.OUI8 ."Rates, $2.00 Per Day. Room and Breakfast, $1.00. European Plan, $1.00 Per Day. dooo Roous. good Mkalh. Good Bkrvick. Wh.n jou villi St. Loula.top.t ST. JAMES HOTEL AX AM Slrm car. H.reci to HARRY F. WILLIAMSON. M.D. Physician and Surgeon Offlc llourai T to 9 a. m, I lo 1 p. m. OlUcc, No. 419,S' Broadway. Horse Shoeing a Specialty. Al' kinds of imperfection in ...

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 1897

u t r Just Received... Another Big Lot of Those Dollar Black Skirts, at The Bazaar, The demand for these skirts is so great that we are unable to get enough of them. So in order that no one will be disappointed, we will sell only one to a customer. Vor next week only tc will sell the renowned R. G. corset, the most perfect fitting corset in theworld, at the ridiculously low price of 75c. These corsets are made in black only, and have never been sold under Si. 50. Only one corset to a customer. 500 beautiful all-silk plaid children's ties, regular price 25c, go this week lor 15 cents. In millinery we will sell all our summer hats below cost. A good straw sailor for 25c. $2 trimmed hats for 65 cents. In order to fully introduce our hair department, we will shampoo the hair for 25 cents, and manicure finger nails for 25 cents. This offer for one week only, Tuesday, Aug. 24, we will curl bangs free. THE BAZAAR, New Store. 215 Broadway. In our Shoe Department we knock the bottom off our ...

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 1897

! ASSASSINATED. Alleged Negro Ausuiliuit Killed by Homo Unknown Person. OTHER UTE TEIE6RAPHIC NEWS. Glasgow, Ky., Aug. 27. Newt Wilcox, the negro who was attested yesterday for assaulting a little girl, ws assassinated last night at hit home in tlio country. The assassin is unknown. Wilcox was arrested but was released, as the evidence against blm was insufllcient. A FATAL RIOT. llilrly Killed ut tlio Palace of tlto Coventor of Yucatan. Madena, Yucatan, Aug. 27. At n riot tills morning around the palace of the goternor, thirty persons were killed and over Ilfty were wounded. Wheat Fluctuating. Chicago, Aug. 'J7. Wheat, nroke over live cents on opening. September Is down to OS ccnU. " Disastrous Flrn. llciUortl, Jnd., Aug. 27. l'our residences and ouu store were destroyed by fire here this morning Loss $16,000. MOUK I'UEE TUICMMhEM Two Uouds Leased lly the Fiscal Court o! Hcott County, Georgetown, Ky., Aug. SC The Georgetown ami Parts turnpike was this evening made free and the gaits...

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 1897

I 1 iV f ' B tr THE MDUMH DAILY SUN. - g g11"'' imm lima Published vory afternoon, except Sunday, by THE SUN PUBLISHING COMPANY. IROOIirORATID. P M FlSItlll 1'lirSICIKTANI' MAKAOWI J. K. sunn Vro rnaaiDwa plm.J, Dorian ... ... .uiliaui f JTT. l'AXTO.t TBIA.SCJIKH DIREOTOBSI F U FMht.J.R. Smith, R.W. Omenta, J.K Williamson J J. Dorian. THE DAILY SUN Will give upeclal attention to 1U. local of Interest In Paducah and Tlclnlly, not neirlectln(j general newa, which will be Klren aa fully as space will twimlt without THE WEEKLY SUN Is deTOted to the lntereata ot our teonntrr pa trnrrn. and will at all times be newnr and en unilninir. while liwntna Its readers Doxtpd nn'ill Tmlltlril atlalrn and tonlci.whlle It will be a fearless and tireless exponent of the doc trines and teachings ot the National ltepubll oan party. CORRESPONDENCE. A special feature ot the weekly edition of Tbk bet) will be Its Correspondence Department, in which it hopes ably to represent rery locauiy wiinin me limits ...

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 1897

L rtau ullft4 iru. Incorporated m lolmson Foundrv and Machine Co. Manufacturers and Dealers In wi Engines, Boilers. JUse:Fronts, Mill Machinery And Tobacco Screws, Hraa ami Iron FRlnga. Costlncs b of nil kinds. uwn, Kkntucicv. E. THALMUELLER, Fine Boots And Shoes Made to Order. FK'.mlf."1."..0' J'lj'ltt'' Neatly doneat KWk -. uun mm h Trial, i'M Ilronwiy tBrinton B. Davis, ARCHITECT. OlhV0 Nat. Hank. AVlmn In Metropolis stop at tho -STATE HOTEL. llM a day. Hpoclal rntos by tho rook. I) A. n v ....... i,-.'. "otwocn 4th and 6th on Ferry at.' ST. JAMES HOTEL ST. LOUIS. Bates, $2.00 Per Day. Room find Breakfast, $1.00. European Plan, S1.00 Per Day. Iood Rooms. Good Mkalo. (loon Rkrvick. When you Tl.Ii bt IxjuU slop .1 ' 8T.TAMP.fl w w t m, xv JL JLJ JLJ Street cars dtretlloli t.l LARRY F, WILLIAMSON, M.D. 'Physician and Surgeon OftJc llourm T io. mnliolp, m. OUlco, No. 410X Hroadway. Horae Shoeing a Specialty. All kinds of imjicrfectlon in b horiHj'a travel corrected. y 1 Do Repair Wor...

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 1897

K i3t Received... Another Big Lot of Those Dollar Black Skirts, at The Bazaar The demand for these skirts is so great that we are unable to get enough of them. So in order that no one will be disappointed, wc will sell only one to a customer. For next week only we will sell the renowned R. O. corset, the most perfect fitting corset in theworld, at the ridiculously low price of 75c. These corsets are made in black only, and have never been sold under $1.50. Only one corset to a customer. 500 beautiful all-silk plaid children's ties, regular price 25c., go this week for 15 cents. In millinery wc will sell all our summer hats below cost. A good straw sailor for 25c. $2 trimmed hats for 65 cents. In order to fully introduce our hair department, we will shampoo the hair for 25 cents, and manicure finger nails for 25 cents. This offer for one week only, Tuesday, Aug. 24, wc will curl bangs free. New Store. THE v, i y -' In our Shoe Department we knock the bottonof f our prices 20 per ct. ...

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. — 28 August 1897

m w V tilt ,UX1?V"I Ky. Af a.CTy,M1,, 4 ford county farmers ate pre.arlng to bow a largelv in reastsl acreage of wbiiiuihli ,f tU . ijupy. lnftW hW'xti iiowcfove llcKts for iliat . 0 A ' llr. " jji , . " ' '- ti r ..!, 1 ' B W, A BIG FIRE Destroys a Litrjje i'ai't' orWh glniu .Illinois;' M'MINLEY AND HANNA TOGETHER S.ild to be Ijiyhin Out tlio Qlilo Ciiiiiiiiiun. S OTHER. LATE. TCLEGRAPHIC NEWS. Virginia, 111., Aug. '-'8. Tlio south side o( the city Hcjunro titirucd this morning at a loss of over 8300,000. Mcltlnlcy nml llainm I'lnnnlnn. Clerelanil, O., Ant;. 28. MeKluley anil Senator llannn aro here together today, 'l l,re 8n'd to be planning tlio campaign in Ohio this fall. .SlOO.OOt) WOK Til Ol' HAII.S. Ilougbt lV tbc Promoter ltnllroiul in Noshvlllo, Aug. 28. Jere linxtor, president of the Tennessee Centennial Hallway Company, and W. J. Totten, representative of the Carnegie Coal Company, of Pittsburg, closed a contract yesterday for ? 100,-000 worth of steel rails and fillings ...

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. — 28 August 1897

IV jr It jL' n us ii "' " . -, KjrfP" 4 3? stir; j i v i i rUr - THE PADUCAH O.AILY SUN. Published everv except Sunday, by THE SUNrfUBLISHINB COMPAHy. IHOOMPOIUTID. T. M Fimibh., j, H Smith . J, J. U.rUn . w. r, I'AkxsM ffSji l'lttMUkNT AKD MANAbMt . .., VICl rilRSlUKm . vkcritaut THE WEEKLY SUN TniASUKCK i OlRrCTUUSt r M. nhcr, J It. Smlln, U.W. Clement, J. I" Williamson J J Dorian. THE DAILY SUN Will Rive special attention to all local hap- innings of Interest In l'uducah ana "cmity, , H.ctiuiiinn irnrnl news, which will tn Klven is fully as space will without re- tura toeipeuBe Is deTOled to the lntereits of onr tcounlry ons, aid will at all times be newsr "d f; -..-..... ,.hi. It readers lobd S. kit rxfitleal affairs and toplcs;wblle It will do a fearless and tireless exponent of the Cck. wines and teachings of the National can party. CORRESPONDENCE. a feature of the weekly edition of TilKBUKWlllbelts Correspondence in which It hopes, ably to represent Srery locality within the ...

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. — 28 August 1897

Bfr ?V- KstaMlsssd IK, Incorporatrrt l Johnson Foundry ami ' Machine Go. Manufacturers and Dtaleia In -Steam Engines, Boilers," House:Frontsf Mill Machinery And Tobacco Screws, Hrnas v and Iron Kttlngs. Castings of nil kinds. I'AUUCAII, Kentucky. E. THALMUELLEE Fine Boots and Shoes Made to Order. I'rtp&lrlnR n( .all kind neatly dona at lluk liotvoui prlea. UIto mm a Trial. 4M llroaway Brinton B. Davis, ARCHITECT. Olllto Am. -German Nat. Hank. Whon In Metropolis stop nt tho STATE HOTEL. f 1.60 a tiny. Special rates by tho wook. D. A. IIailrv, I'ropr. Ilotwcon 4th and 6th on Ferry st. ST. JAMES HOTEL ST. LOUIS. Rates, $2.00 Per Day. a Room and Breakfast, $1.00. European Plan, $1.00 Per Day. Good Rooms. Good Mkalh. a ooi) Skkvicr. When you Tl.lt St. Louis atop at ST. JAMES HOTEL HllOillWAT KD WaUHT Street cam direct to Hotel. HARRY F. WILLIAMSON, M.D, Physician and Surgeon Ufflra Hours! 7 loa.ui., MoJp. in. Offlce, No. -119.4 Hroadway. Horse Shoeing a Specialty. All kinds of Imperf...

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. — 28 August 1897

I w 1 V 1 jf 'L V 7 FSPBfAl r OAROAi W St c k tmtq M uuai ' buB Beautifully trimmed Chemise, "embroidered jokes, regular price 75 cents, go in thisjsale for 35 cents. rinecjnbroideftttliyhitopiHow r.?r; ffilScecuViains, regular price? i5jJjo for 75 cents. fine imported lace curtains," regular price $j.50, go in T "15op5ilS.tii "ioo'p'airs this sale for $2.19. 500 y Allou inelbficx siTks reguir price $i.oo, go 'for 4fl cents. jwvWi.oo natterii hats go in this-sale for $1.50. 2.00 and..ootfine th this sale for 75cts. .3.00 har switches .go n this wte for $200. l2iiUiWtchesguthis"ale'flor''Si:5C)u T , L m in this sale fofssccntsA' 1 in for one-week onlv. fee Wwsee them. V hi " n .1 IM ''- ' " '" E New Sfinre."5' mVj sr.s' 11 - V SbJCl a wJShocJEWMfr. knock- the boftom.pftoyr pricey , j 1 .a 1 a. .,,.. n..m iu ... ..U.w .ul .. -.(-. .A.S. 'Al ,. ,j...i.iu L uj 2 Discount , low shoes (no jobs .; for men; ,- woijieiv , 50c ndiSc iuys Qxford 00 to ?3;G0; U - v I t ia S mat o")1 1., . i iii...

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 1897

P fr t rt A TIDAL WAVE Onuses Ureal Loss of Life and Properly in .Jtiptiu. LATEST FROM THE STRIKERS, A l"or liplflcmlc Feared lnLev liiKlon Two DCIltllM. OTHER LATE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. London, Aug. HO. Information has reached here (if n tidal wave that lias Just devastated northern Japau. It swept over tho country and 800 pooplo and carried away COO houses. no ti:kms vi:t, Icllli'o Operator Say They win Start In September. Jollico, Tonn., Amis, at). Another fiultloss conference of tlu strikers and operators was hold today Tin operator now say they w start next inonlh anyway. 3IINF.US MOIULIZINC Will Use Forco to Prevent Scabs From WorKliiR. l'itUburg, !' 30. The imuera in tliu district of the Doannil iniutw are inuullUiuv ' prevont nonunion minors from iing. Serious trouble is ftmred. PliVliH kimdhmic loured In the City of l.ilngl'in. Two Ocatlis Alrcadv. U'xington, Ky., Aug. 30. The typhoid fever at the asylum has resulted already in two deaths and to dny four new ease have appeared....

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 1897

l'tlbl&licd THE 5 P M PlMIIH J, 11. SMITH .. t. J. Dirlin W. T I'AITON "! l$r gTSSZS"' )l$G$S& "fsr Hfm 7 X2 THE PADUCAIi DAILY SUH. swry ,n, except .Sunday, by UN PUBLISHING COMPAQ. IHOOHPORATID. I'llESIDEHT ADO MAAcril . viihiiiiftiDim firChtTAHV TRCASURKH DIHEOTORM F M.rUher.J It Smith, K.W.Clment, J Williamson J J Dorian. THE DAILY SUN Will elve special attention to all local with Mexican dollars only worth 40 cents ns compared with American Phoney, which is upon a gold bnsie, tho Mexican workingtnan is having a hnrd time. The report made from the Trade and Labor Assembly ( i Chicago, last fall, shows that the worldngmen got but about one-half ns much per day in Mexico in the silver coin of the country as tho working- men of tUe United States got in our currency upon the gold basis. When it is remembered that the dollar in ! which th to people nro paid is now rsworth ouly 40 cents as compared ' wjth our own 100-cent dollar, tlie;r condition will be seen to be What will t...

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