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Daily Star (Newspaper) - December 15, 1877, Marion, Ohio co >urnm V- i t above 13 the -0ue v -A r H in; ,-_ -itifl.fi-v, advantages to rtVi! few.-: WHITE, viz: shuttle itiiar the garment oiled- in Ohoice PamilyTlour and j i pure based a full assortment which, we Goods of the city. We also keep i a-, full line of thre best brands -of ocigars We would iibt s, and W thankful for plf Tonage. oar -fe'r's Blbck; Ong door north' of Kerr dition.Vto al! -j.i.! for- ,-_- i iS-" i i i f s just pfniaisurance'feyefy bolly Look out for; the fiuest me'iit of in PeititV ,i-n A Locthe .nfiiq 6ne? of tfoniblc -3 Aj-a. -Ij. iu rders ,i ctlender of Darlicutars dlcj man tfofieb y- his daughter, aged .ij .fi. aad taking a uatcaeL.pQuraerea, her pv-'-irfj CiJ, I 'W bib'odl the ing the -f jail, where -lie intf for "the i J, .UU; iffg- --.v, ;.--A1- and found, ;him and" -J r, htifli thr hetaadi f-'fl VJV .feeld' lands land is at i- reasonable Joe to sbe bur folks are get- ting better as well.as the Jsick i.j always on the road. Maggie wkd Smcf eon'f icled in the .xU --j. mon BJeas Court, M', J-A, phis week. '.a -s-ii; .af doing ft splendid r oilmen w h ere J on es Jiacllmi'ec ted :m 1M' O'w-oijs.. .11 41 "'7 OT Fowler ...-12 06" 20- ISO; SOUTH.-.-j av tn. p. m of Ka n fie _, rl ingjtnii ;iF Mis sonn i. ;o 1 acres of Land Go's- Lrnds. 26 ..acres Wra. acre farm. o'iNewn' _ i 125 acre farnijOf Lawreuce U Sttudusky4 32 V-9 05 1 20! 80 acreiarm .4 56 9-20 11 Clarion 38 1 43 1 59 2 10 10 07 aad-baggage checked to any part of tKe'State-r-Korth ui Souih. A (fc G. W? R. B. i Adopted May 13tb, 18n. TRAIHS. JCASTWAaD., Stations. No. 2. No. 11 No. 34 Cincinnati Urbana.... Marion... 9.00aa lion..... TKA11T1 CaHod... 244 acres of the McDonald tract. 63 actefarm of Antony Parish. 10Q >rm: of B. F. Stahi, at '_" 108 f arm, H. Tv r Fleet, owner. 80 acres vt HvT; Van Fleet, Issar.- TNew Bloom ing ton. 50 acres of H. T. Van Fleet and B. hear Green Camp. 20 acres of H.T. Van nJBar Big Island, 40 acres of H. T. Van Flefet, at Hoitsville, Wood O. -L 40 acres of H. T. Van Fleet, in Carroll county, Iowa. Tea dwelliag hoo0M ia Marion. Alao, town profierty, bourn and aaw mills, arda iwroat proptrty ia For i -V -H -l i, i of the neighoors for bunal- -j1' Conlniiuiiiiiatedv STOO light JD Marion j.extendi itor .founds in towiis ip''cl inline h hy e: 1 e ft! Maribn w h o; know the Star is the only medium' through, i A they get the earliest; :and best neVs in and ;late home of such the y fe w% si a quant put of, h is u se and the. bones .i i ._ i j j. T fbnn rn the Star, ,of all others be' It is true the.' -.v ..V proprietor' is a Jhia Oppor- best, but One -.if '-f On e box if ood1 Stejn r and neverllieless his articles possess back. Caii arabe I i ordinary common sense examine.them. wtsdoni, and a'generous pub- lic vrill excuse etrqw nritil the uful- ness of time shall kave come" when bis facilities will be increased and bis long buried spring to note. The SUrii all It is tageriy for. It's a to Mariop. The M in the world tUd Witt Baal KaUte Aftnt _ i n The largest maes of gold yet die- 1 J J. f i covered iir Nerada was fou nd r near Osceoia. It weighed, twenty-tour pounds and fifteen ounces, mud, itcoDtftiBed tery Hktle quwtat, iU coio ymlue WM far from Wkik Comf Hood witt U OM ia _ _ -j dp to
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