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Daily Star (Newspaper) - December 14, 1877, Marion, Ohio Friday nee 194 i TO YOU WHITE MACHINE Id the one be desired above and with this result in views we beg to call attention to a Tew of the many advantages combined in the is the lightest mg Machine has move and than any oilier family ing Machine It is not with nor large cams It is the and best counts IK ted machine working are cast listened iron or steel ft so aa that any ware can be taken up simply turn a screw 5 h Ins feed both B of the needle Tilt shuttle s made of steel 1 t rimes than iii any other family machine works are all ard trom dust and so arranged that ith M- the garment being sewed tue operator will come oiled a by which 1 in- c u be filled the ENTIRE machine it fiom for this pur the i of the removing e work or as The in nil other is linUhed the and tts cabinet Keefer Dealers in Choice family Flour and MiU Feed We have lately refitted our room purchased a full assortment of groceries and provisions which we will sell as cheap as the cheapest To satisfy yourselves give us a call and examine our goods Goods delivered free to all parts of the city We also keep a full line of the best brands of cigars and tobaccoes We would not for- get to tender our thanks to the cit of Marion and vicinity for your favors and would still be thankful for a share of your Remember our room ler's Block one door north of Kerr House Marion O s J C Waters Agt Jt T TIME TABLE GOING NORTH a rn Prospect Owens 11 31 Marion 41 11 57 Fowler 12 Oti is 20 o m 32 I- 56 11 08 57 6 14 p m G 43 6 56 7 07 7 25 7 35 7 SOL Til p in 9 05 9 20 9 9 9 57 3 20 41 OS 3 4 4 4 5 37 56 25 p m 20 35 1 43 1 59 10 2 20 10 07 sold and checked r to any putt of the 01 South A G i A May 13th TRAINS No 2 No 12 Nu 34 Urbana 1 1 Marrou ca No 1 No 3 No 35 Gallon 10 10 Marion Cincinnati A GOOD OUTFIT A containing 11 pair tides 1 minature locket 10 pair a fine lot of finger rings pencils About worth of goods in a retail be for Call H T VAN FLEET Attorney at Law Solicitor in Chancery and Real Estate Agent Wi 1 practice law in Marion and adjoining conn ties and in the State and United Slates courts cu ar attention to the ment of Estates sales of land bv Guardians Administrators Ex- and Assignees and will buy and sell la ads and town at reasonable rates OFFERS FOK 154 acre farm of James King Jr SO acie faun of George Seidle acres Union Pacific R R Innus Acres of Kansas Pacific Lauds acres Burlington souri R R acres St Joseph IX City R R lands acres of Land CVs 326 acus Win Close 75 acre farm of 125 acre farm of Samuel Lawience 80 acre I arm of James Smith 244 acres of the McDonald tract 63 acre farm of Antony 100 acre farm of B F at Bowling Green 10S acres Levi Marlow larm H T Van Fleet owner 80 acres of H T Van Fleet near New on 50 acres of H T Van Fleet and B F Stahl near Green Camp 20 acres of H T Van Fleet near Big Island 46 acres of H T Van Fleet at Wood county O 40 acres of H T Van Fleet in Carroll county Iowa Ten dwelling houses in Marion Also town property houses and lots saw mills ard a vast amount of property in this State and other States for sale or trade upon reasonable terms For further particulars call at my office in Marion Ohio and get maps circulars and more particular H T VAN FLEET Real Estate Agent I guess the plan worked by the Michigan Mutual insurance in ad- dition to the old plans of ing for what you get as you get mat the kind of insurance every HOTEL ARRIVALS KERR HOUSE G R Martin A H Tucker Pittsburg T K Work Columbus J H Prentice Saginaw Mich J D Poo ring Hamilton J Waddle city A H Hord do W Kinnamon Caledonia W G Church Toledo J C Coffman do L V Sheldon do James Storm Ft Wayne L D Sheldon city H H Mansfield S H Royce New York J A Strayer R do John Kern Mansfield R D McCarter Columbus Geo W Coleman do C B Durfee with Young city H K Chamberlain Cleveland F P Church do G A Bray t do F P Gordon St Louis F Buffalo Geo Fena Dayton Isaac Clark Scottown James Cochel Canton EXCHANGE C E Warwick Caledonia John G Gourd St Marys John H Newman Galion GUESS FOR THE MAID OF THE AMAZON A PRIEST HAVE BEEN KIDNAPPED From the Chicago Times JL Detroit Mick Dec evening papers give an account of the recent abduction of Father of Ont teen miles from Windsor Fisz patric lived next to Render son whom he became mate and by whom he was ted to Methodism On Friday Fitzpatric appeared at the ist Conference at Belle River and the faith an excited crowd of attending patric accompanied by Henderson started to return to and on the way stopped for supper at a house near Essex While waiting LOCAL NEWS The Star means business and de if his in doing good Boasting on genuine merit not require cheek Congress will take a recess morrow until the 15th of January The Society will meet at the Spiders Web this evening at 7 o'clock sharp Notwithstanding the fall of Plevna the Turks will still show determined resistance to the sia D forces Our Mayor accepted an tion to accompany the officers of tke C T Road to Toledo and return to-day A young thought he would get ib the show cheap last night by going through S rag sack but Sam knew his own rags and the boy didn't nee the show At the Returning Board Meeting last night the world-renowned sil W fi came within two rotes of being elected It begins to look as though the Captain might get his inaugural and pare to set up oysters The Board wont vote next week When in the course ol human events it becomes our duty to show our devotion to the glorious Re- publican party we will give them a weekly paper that not only Re- publicans but citizens of all parties will be pleased to take one that will be both a credit to the county and an honor to the party of gress A party of progress always progressive organs There in nothing su disgusting unbecoming or uncalled-for in town or city as to see a pack ot or bloods supposing selves smart intelligent young men on the street corners ing up church ces and stamping hawking X J II m l I IB tor upper was called and of vile by two men supposed to be mem and remarks hers of the Catholic Church who sail shey would like to talk with him concerning the step he had just taken The three strolled leisurely down the road until out of eight of the house and nothing has been seen of ric since An investigation is ip progress The Catholics in Can ad a as well as in Detroit are stirred up over Fitzpatrick's defection It is believed the kidnapped priest was kept at the house of the priest at Maidstone Cross that night and the day taken to a ton remarks Such conduct ought to be V ed and must be if von want and harmony It can be if we have the right kind of officers Marion has plenty of material for of the vigilant sort Star in sists and demands that this matter proper V1 J v f 1 rf would travel the over you would fail to find another blacksmith as expert in the art s mi our highly esteemed friend Mike Clary Mike is the famous shoer of the Sute Always take f y Jt your horses to him if you want
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