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Daily Star (Newspaper) - November 24, 1877, Marion, Ohio Saturday JVov. ir T rl- i FLEET, T Solicitor in j in Marion .and ce State atu- ies and paid the tt.e- sales ot bv and JMI. ainiseU.iaKl ml will proper- Keefer 'jio-.v OKFKKS 000.000 lores R. SALE: Dealers in Choice Family Hour and MiUPeed. We have lately refitted our room aad purchased a full assortment of; groceries "and provisions, which we will sell as cheap as the cheapest; To saiUfy yourselves give us a call examine our goods. delivered free to all parts of the We also keep a full, line ot the best brands of cigars afd t ibaccnes. We would not-for- get to 'tender our thanks to the cit izens of Marion and vicinity for pnst t'avore, and would still be a share of your pat- ronage. Remember our room, Mil- ler's Block, one Hoor north of Kerr House, Marion, O. Pacific acres St. Joseph
yonrs PHYSICIAN! In the STATES, Offers her .services to tlie izcns oi Marion county, in the prjictice ol her profession. Diseases peculiar to .women trcaied successfulv.TrVats ali Chroujc dis- v eases, y fesidetice' at the'C. T. C BOOtll. I T. Eepot Hotel Machinery is being made in :New Or leans to be'u.pe'l in maDiifactuf- intj hats i'roni the fibre of palmetto ry Jeaves at -Qraanuirp Park3 Fia> Womaa are coining to the aspedostriiins. Miss Lee Ffane has iust wallsed miks iu 'twelve V _ hours, iiv North Adams, Mass, .A geotlerD an stepped inio Pet tit's Oyster Bay .last nigiit and called foi a peck of spoil.-doysters-. in- formed him that he did not that kind but to .acccinocUte lnru went lo another oyster dealer and got them. The man sat down and devoured the whole of thorn, and i hen''called tor ablate of good oysters. Co-y being somwhat a stop- ishcd :vivd having his curiosity, aroused'ventured to inquire why he o-ot-so spoiled ones first when O m.7. i his customers.replisecl that he lisd a. nud it took a peck lo rill it, and he thought spoiled oys- ters were good enough for the worm, and he wanted the good oysters for himself. business at Iumb0rv> and .produce Wallace and Charles have started for Nebraska With their Moilies. Little Game A farmer was asked wiry he -r i V t ...-.-_ _ 7 not .take Star.; said when he died, left me a good many newspapers, an d I li a Ve ii ot read t ft em th rbjigh yet." GUESS The prisoners in the Jariesville. f.- .t'.. Wis., il run a of K t Their last issue contains urgent au i i i peals to the Couity clean .out the rats which are %ccoinifg so t; numerous that jail life ceases to be a ni'e'aftpre. Miss F; E. preach-ng at the Baptist Churcli to; large .and 'attentive Subjest of discourse; Sabbaithrmorn- ing: fGodiiwlth: Sabbath: evening. Gulf -v The an exchange. "A, y -M the 'favorite lifllaby in maybe -'Mary had iamb." Guy Webber, "he.. is a very unassurning young still deserTes more credit from the pco- of Marion than he has-received. He has increased the ealary of our Post Master: has aided in building up pur town to a exteDt, 'antd is now furnishing many people employiDent as any one man in liiet credit credit js (lue. FOR hall i at 's Bank.
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