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Daily Star (Newspaper) - December 14, 1877, Marion, Ohio Ofeio, Friday nee. 194 ,i TO YOU PERSONLY. WHITE SEVVlXtf MACHINE Id the one U> be desired above _ ethers: and with this result in views we beg to call >our attention to a Tew of the many advantages combined in the is the lightest Sew- mg Machine. has move eap-xHly and than any oilier family Sew- ing Machine. It is not eompHc-uel with cog- nor large cams." It is the simp'est and best counts IK ted machine, working paits are cast listened iron or steel, ft so aa. MMged 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 i-1 1 t rimes aia'irer hohiu than al- iii any other family machine. >th works are all encae'l ard IK- trom dust and so arranged that ith M- the garment being sewed, tue operator will come oiled a div.ee by which 1 in- c u be filled whhoin run- the ENTIRE machine, the.eby it fiom wuie for this pur issp.an alwats reii-iveing the :m i of the nece-Bity removing e work or Hltuchments, as The in nt-a-ly nil other is or..araented nsid 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 izens of .Marion and vicinity for your favors, and would still be thankful for a share of your pat- ronage. Remember our room, Mil- ler's Block, one door north of Kerr House. Marion, O. 136m3 s J. C Waters, Agt. Jt T. TIME TABLE. GOING NORTH. a. rn.. Prospect 11-21 Owens. 11 31 Marion !1 41 Morral.- 11 57 Fowler .12 Oti is JuskvlS 20 o. m. ky4 32 I- ,wltr......'4 56 .M.irrai 11 Manou.......5 08 Owem........5 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 2'J 9 4K 9 57 fl.ra. 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 Tk-kfti sold and checked r" to any putt of the 01 South. A. G. wTjTlirTiME 'i A Adop'ed May 13th, TRAINS Siailons. No. 2. No. 12. Nu. 34 (Jinciunati Urbana.... 1 :o9pm 1 :40am 4.25am Marrou... 9.00am Galion....: ca 2.40pm TKA1SS WKSTWAIIO. No. 1. No. 3. No. 35 Gallon.... 10 :05am 10 :05pm 6.40pn Marion. Cincinnati i.OOm A GOOD OUTFIT. A sacbftl containing 11 pair spec- tides, 1 minature locket, 10 pair, cuff-buttons, a fine lot of finger rings, stationry, pencils About worth of goods in a retail c-an be boughr 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. Parti- cu ar attention to the settle- ment of Estates aucl sales of land bv Guardians Administrators, Ex- ecutors, and Assignees, and will buy and sell la ads and town proper- at reasonable rates. OFFERS FOK SALE: 154 acre farm of James King Jr. SO acie faun of George Seidle. acres Union Pacific R. R. Innus. Acres of Kansas Pacific Kailrond Lauds. acres Burlington Mis- souri R. R. acres St. Joseph IX City R. R. lands, acres of Kan.-as Land CVs Lrnds. 326 acus farm-of Win. Close. 75 acre farm of Newt'u Aies-senger. 125 acre farm of Samuel Lawience. 80 acre I arm of James Smith. 244 acres of the McDonald tract. 63 acre farm of Antony Pfirish. 100 acre farm of B. F. Stah1, at Bowling Green. 10S acres, Levi Marlow larm, H. T. Van Fleet, owner. 80 acres of H. T. Van Fleet, near New Blooming! 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 Hoitsville, 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, gristmills, 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 des- criptions. H. T. VAN FLEET, 129-4ra Real Estate Agent. I guess the plan worked by the Michigan Mutual insurance, in ad- dition to .a.11 the old plans, of pay- 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 Ditinler Mansfield S H Royce New York J A Strayer Ashlaud R Suttoh 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 Hnbbard Buffalo Geo Fena Dayton Isaac Clark Scottown James Cochel Canton EXCHANGE TaOTKL-' C E Warwick Caledonia John G Gourd St Marys John H Newman Galion GUESS FOR THE MAID OF THE AMAZON. A PRIEST "iSAID-TO HAVE BEEN KIDNAPPED. From the Chicago Times, JL Detroit, Mick, Dec. evening papers give an account of the recent abduction of Father Fitzpattick of Kingville, Ont., six- teen miles from .Windsor. Fisz patric lived next to Render son, wiih whom he became inti- mate, and by whom he was conver- ted to Methodism. On Friday Fitzpatric appeared at the Method- ist Conference at Belle River, and embiaced the faith, an excited crowd of Catholies attending. Fitz- patric, accompanied by Henderson, started to return to Kingville, 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 Censorian 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 Rus- sia D forces. Our Mayor accepted an invita- tion to accompany the officers of tke C,
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