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Marion Star, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1890, Marion, Ohio The Marion Daily Star Ftilishei Sretf EIGHT PAGES Llltlr "I fT-.- ui'ti- 1 f r-ln u "I In n I. in lime j to hit a farm d'-serf'-i ;-y in tl-'- Kan-a- I f" -l a! fniiii'i li.i- a h.n.. had c..i.- -trujrali-. warm rly Jit out. SATUUDAY. K.M.M the tra.i.v In i- crop by s-. MB. I'AISSEM. is attracting a i deal of notice a dead THE national Fanner-1 Alliance! should hmve resolved in favor of protect the wheat. THERE are more than an hundred names on the board of trade roll. Tin- number should be swelled to hun- dred. A fall of snow and a fine season of would strike the business men just and it would please the people generally. THE hour of conflict between the farmer and hunter on the ijuail tion about over. The farmer is play- ing a winning card on everything now- adays. EVEKV man interested in should manifest that interest and con- tribute to the success of the hoard of trade. Then let the hoard do some- thing for Marion. THE story is out that Senator Sher- man will not consent toa re-election to that It will he a cold day when the Senator retires, and we do not re- fer to the frigidity urtally attributed to him. either. WE have the sea- son when there need be no worry about the streets. The average can spend the winter in anticipation of modern improvements next year. Anticipation, by the way, is about all we get in this liue._________ THE LaKue News comes out this week an entirely home-print paper, and its appearance is much improved, though it was always neat. Mr. Wor- den is publishing a paper that deserves LaU lie's most cordial support, ami it is the best paper in the county outside of Marion. un-ais-. probaMi al rain-, is a full i "f that rejfioi: art- t.v-ir in thf at iirly dollars am-, and farm i- thereab. hi-ld at hiirh with sales. Wahftftfti When the Kri- a- it v: tli- irai-ks lion and of a wilh thf ar. The Waba-h wa- ioii- vacate on ;i la-t -Aas The Wabash ijiincf ion in tl. that l! on of endant are This is the tin.- h-tigs to bint? wilh '.f year ihe p.--: Who M fttfUi.-l H-.Tull of th'Mi.-h cheap, ar- still one dollar twenty-live a twelve. My p.x-ket book -jiiaiU and so we pa.-s by without speaking. lealh on her halter strap one night last week. John valued her very highly and he is incon- solable over his loss. The Yoiiiijj-I'eiiny wedding. Wasn't that nice? The lily fair bride, and the line looking groom encircled by their handsome friends. The altar, the quiet light, and gathered there; it was a picture fair to look upon and remem- ber. Speaking of Indians. Col. Uowe was for a long time a chief of Indian scouts. lleing quite deaf he was ac- customed to sleep between two Indians when scouting. hand pressure 1 could be communicated with in tin darkest night, and in moving upoi renegade Indians the sign language was used. -r- In Kremont lilee Club was a line one. Mary It. AVilliams. .loin Stokes, Anna Anderson. Clay Andersoi and others formed the club. The; sang deliciously, "We'l give em Jessie.1 A poor little I'ernocrai boy was accustomed to hang on the fence it front of the Williams residence wish his pa was a republican. I'.ut h C to statistics there were copies of magazines, pa- pers and periodicals issued in the I'ni- ted States last year. There is no state- ment as to how many fellows wanted to whip the editor. Uhio stands first as to number of journals, of which there are nearly in the country. quit even when were elected. old Iluck and llrecl A. fair. I v [i'ireha-e at i Wabash n-j .lunc- c.lies by vir- ..rd-n-d off. and p'-n'iiiptory suln- i- .oth of St-ptem- !f "ii appli'-d f'-r an U abash circuit court, in rela- landlord with thi- de- The by in Judge of the federal oiirt for a so-called writ of assistance. nd Thursday the writ was granted. off thf Wabash at once. Judge Woods holds that under the ndiana law railroads th'-re can n- no relation as landlord and enant. There is a bare possibility an ippcal may eventually be taken to the npreme court. The decision the A'abash out of its Cbieagoconnections, mid until it can build a line across In- iiana the company can only reach that via I'ecatur, Illinois, a round- bout way, which virtually wipes it nit as a competitor for Chicago busi- n.-ss. there ever a time before when of Marion had an opportunity >f buying their holiday goods, from a irst-class jewelry stock, at rnanufac- urers' prices'.' We think not; but ilydt-r now (rives you the chance of a ifi-lime. Ynu want to see him, and him -luick. No. opposite Kerr House. and people are generally it i.s rare to finil oni- that cannot ay the symbols-, says the Uei'iiiiilicau. IN Given Great Prize Gift of the Year. 875.OO FIRST PRIZE. 925.1 il SECOND PRIZE. Every Purchase of 25 Cents or Over! The name and yuess of the purchaser is then recorded with the date and hour, when Sheriff Kelly will Remember, no one the throng of December purchasers at our store will get This record will be kept until New Year's day, ill be announced. Some two of holiday season. Lilt I 1 43 4 consumpii'-n. u! -.-n Irary we may imi'i'. Ions: as we cho-.se. i but eminent are mer.ting in transifrring one animal t" another and elTecls. When the system oi transferring is the triumj march should Ivsrin. Hut on the sibilities a tbini: we s'f.all attempt to write. It is Ibeme. We shall only ero-y tieorge I'.right, of C.ilumbus, leadint. merchant, capitalist Hiid business man, whose name is frequently mentioned in connection with public movements, charities, etc., was a Marion boy in the old time. His mother was left a pen- niless widow here with a family of small children. (ieorne, a lad of four- teen, small ofstalure. but big in deter- mination, took care of his mother and the children. He often, during the sea- son, earned the family daily bread by- picking strawberries for a cent a quart. -i-. S. i'.arker. the Chicago lumber millionaire, when a lad was a member of n club of story telling boys, who narrated fearful things by the light of a tallow dip, upon a small platform built up against the then just complet- ed Episcopal church of Marion. "Hums" got in some very heavy work.his favor- ite being Adam and lligfoot. and the "Story of the forty from the Arabian Nights. Where are the story tellers of the long ago" is i: a j lost art. to X'lars.t Frnit Trees, Ornpe Vines, Evergreens or Shrubs of any variety next spring t If Von do. Toll should come sud see us at TRISTRAM YOUNG'S CHRISTMAS GIFT, MOLLIE WILKES! CJiH PER CCWT. On what yon buy, and give you better goods "The reason that we ask von to come and see us is the fact that we are too busy to come and yon all. out n list of Trees, Vines and Shrubbery that you want untl let us tell yon what we will furnish the bill for. have got everything that you need, and all we iisk of you is a chance to give von tf we have not got what you want then give your order to some one else, but come and sea ns before vou Rive vour order to nnybody. 1 The friends of Marion pi' uming iiat our joking reference to th rising. There is no occasion fear. 1'ine reservation is South Uakotn. about one hundred and lifty miles northeast of Poiiiilas. Wy- oming. The settlements of the Nii'hrara region of Nebraska, and mining camps of Ihe 1'Uii'k Hills be- tween. I'.esid.-s all liiis. Moore tatkar. liidi.in more than in hours by ihe watch. A siray man cantered into the small children in of the war.l school buildups the "ther day hear the exercises. There w.is a deal of reciting and little fellow, excite.! toenr.ihise x- It will be money saved to Ton. Don't let an agent tell you that we have not got what you want, but come and see for yonrsefvea. We will plant your trees for you. if yon want it done, and in the i way it should done. We have a splendid lot of Clematis of EiSarent Varieties, Sar- in j 47 Sydraafceas, Sweet Scentci alarnie.! at Altheas. Ivose Bushes. Weeping Indian up- j Mountain Ash and other Orna- for j Tnvs; Ornpe Vines of all kinds Apple. Tear. Cherry, rinm. Teach and other Frnit Trees in abundance; Green lloiise riants and Cut Flowers a Come and see iw. S. WILSON SON, CKNTEU STBEKT. MUIMN. OHIO' National Loan end Investment Co, hand piece." s! h.'ar i: j d" .-jw.r.i f. 't ;r :u I. 'i: i-f his classmates-, ra; teacher. 1 "Well, ilear." said iii- she my if :v .r word PETKOIT. MICHIGAN. under the 11 I. c-: ar.vi M- the and av.- F B. tie.- I? iiar Itijilr blessings of trar.sf.-rs of human but a g.xvd portion of can made brighter and better a! the of a lew mules ar.d ir.e. Mrmnrinl. Marion No P. 1'.. hold a memorial session I't-c. 7ih. al :1 p. in. All members are re- j-.iestoi to be r.y ,-rder. 1. M. VI" urrh. Sunday niomir.-.- ices, l.o'.y munioii at 1! n. m .with sermon, ing service and address at 7. All are welcome. UeotrT. .lav aT 5'..e hs- >o i r ;sy at his regular ile a! w.-rk 7.50 Monthly i i siooOiSa .11: Men a p.tn. The Handsome Mare Will Go to Some One of Our Customers. See our Complete Line of SLIPPERS FOR HOLIDAY TRADEI Beautiful Beaded Strap Sandals and Fine Oxford Ties. 103 North Main Street. BOOTS AND SHOES. Opposite Court House. H.M.AULTS y STE R S The rtint arly links Fire and Tornado m. ii.ii1 A n't an.l ;j 1.. pp Hiram M. OFFICE: Stairway East of Per Load! The leading Ovster IInr.se in Marion is THE ENGLISH KITCHEN. The svst brands on hand, frvsh, fcv can or to order. II MEWSPAPERI
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