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   Marion Star, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1890, Marion, Ohio                               PUT YOUR DOLLARS -WHEKETHKY WILL- Bring You the Largest Returns. We jrive the limit in QUANTITY, QU AL- ITY and VALUE for them. You may choose from the LATEST STYLES, tne LARGEST VARIETY and the line possessing the MOST BEAUTY AND MERIT. Such is our grand stock of OLOTIEIIlTGr -----------AND---------- Gents' Furnishings! Every department is filled with the most tempting bargains and you cannot invest your money to better advantage than at the great, reliable store of FREELAND T1IK FINEST Holiday Goods This year. More books for Chil- dren. Blocks, Games, Toys, etc. Fine illustrated new books, Fine Albums, Toilet Cases, Cuff and Collar Boxes, Leather Goods. More fine pictures than ever. Imported studies in famous Stetl Engravings. Artotypes in Oak frames. 200 new 12 Mos. at 30 and 35 cents per volume. 200 beautiful novel- ties. Family Bibles, Pocketbooks, Teachers' Balls, Prayer Books, Rubber Balls, Dictionaries, Easels, Gold Pens, Fire Screens, Writing Desks, Artists' Materials, Fine Letter Paper and Boxes, Ioo kinds mouldings for frames, Portrait Frames all sizes. A better store than ever before. Freeland's new Wall Paper stock is Immense. 5000 fine, received Nov. 29, will surpass all previous in excellence, and cheaper than ever. Will have for '91, rolls New Wall Paper. FREELAND. 5 Doors East of Court House. FOK on east South street at S10.W per mouth. SMuitbl GEO. D. COPELAXD. F'OR room over STAB office, second floor. Inquire ot Dr. Harding. Holm FOR half of property, on North Main street, at per month to good paying tenant. 14-tf. GEO. IX COPEI.AXII t-OK of 5 rooms on north East street. per month. In- quire at Weiland Vanatta's livery. 11-tf. OR SALE or House of live rooms and two thirds of an acre of ground, situated on north Main street. In- quire of Mrs. M. K. Copelaud, 135 street. SALE OK LEASE-An eh-cant f house of eight rooms ou west Centtr street. 14t" C. C. FISHEK. Bennett Buildup. 75.UO TO 5250.00 A MONTH can made i Working for us. 1'ersons preferred Tho can furnish a horse and Rive tlicir hole time to the business. Spare moments may be profitably employed also. A lew acancies in towns and cities. IJ. F. Co.. 2BOO Main Street, Kiclnnond, Huber was in Cleveland oday on business. the jewler, just now is the man you want to see. as he can BOOT S SHOE HOUSE. We are showing some unusually desir- able footwear just now in L1K' AND MiSSES FINE SHOES! And New and Stylish Shoes for MEN AND YOUTHS. Ladies des-irin? extra warm footwear will be interested to look at our Felt and Beaver Shoes! They are cheap, too. BEING XZT IBS And see how cheaply we can supply them with neat and truly sub.tantial winter J. SrHXEIIiER SOX. North Main Street. IMPORTED! MUCH CHEAPER. WE hare just received a larg sh-.pinent of the best Cahform Wines and Brandies that are made and are prepared to retail them o: sei] :r. bott'.es !or hose service o: medic-.nai use The list includes PEACH BRANDY. BLACKBERRY BRANDY BHANDY. PORT PER J3OTTLE! buyers will find these goods to be of extra reccnimed their. to ail Fies BaUentine. 138 and 140 South Maw Street. ou more for your money than anybody Ise in Marion. H. F. Browning, one of the Ilu- ler's hustling agents, has been in the ity a couple days, and has gone to jolumbns to spend Sunday with his aniily. L. Sullivan "knocks his com- >etitors so iloes Ryder, the jew- ler, in his great closing out sale. if the big watch, north Main street, Marion, O. let the golden opportunity lip by, but go at once to Ryder's jew- elry store and buy all your holiday pres- ents, as you will lose money if you wait until your choice is sold. Sign of he big watch. first quarterly meeting of the M. E. church will be tomorrow at he City Hall. Love feast at m., Sabbath school at p. m.. Quarterly conference on Monday morning, at 8 a m., in the City Hall. Rev. L. M. Al- mght will officiate. trial of Mike Hagan" for pocket- licking is assigned for Tuesday next fhen court convenes. This case wil: inish up the criminal docket, which has been quite full, but has not result- ed in much punishment. The jury lias certainly been quite lenient. Rosa Earnest, on Monday next, will resume her place in Ryder's ewelry store, to assist him in his great closing out sale, where she will dis- pense smiles, interspersed with great Bargains, to all of her many friends First come, first served, gentlemen. Leffler, of the sewer committee, reports that the sewer con struction has now reached the line o the C. and E. railroad. Hereafter a night force of workmen will be put on n addition to the day force and th work will be hurried on to completion Manufacturing C  VM-S, ami m to I'l.arVj Ueiwrt- urv ftoiti There cousideral-le rumor atloat in certain town that Charley Uerriu-rer. late and for a time driver of theeitv team, has eloped with a. youni: lady, l.-avini; a wife and two bright little Tiiere are not many obtainable iu regard t-> the matter, but suppoM- tioiis are rise. The .-tvu, with a hope of getting at the true story, called on Mrs. llerrin-rer. at her roouis over iiur- ley A Monroe's, feed ?tore. 15er- rinjrer has no tiou than some of the stories afloat, ut she is iu of sutli- ent to make plausible deductions, he woman was found cosily enscoiuvtl t her home with her two interesting ttlt? girls about her. and it did not -eeni that a man could desert that ouie for the transitory i a brief sinful existence. Mrs. Uerringer stated that her hus- and had left two weeks Friday veiling ostensibly for Cincinnati, and teuce intending to go to l.ouUville, .y., where he hopeil to secure a posi- iou at railroading. His wife accouv- anied him to the depot at about mid- when he took the l-'rie train, but iie learned from friends that her lius- and got off the train at the junction, here he was seen the nevt morning, hese and other things lead the wife to elieve that he had not left with a pure lotive, and she was ready to partially that her had gone ith the intention of remaining, al- lough she still exhibits ?ume conii- ence iu the man, notwithstanding she aware of bis liaison with a girl al an Wert. This is the girl witli whom is thought Derringer has eloped. Irs. lierringer had opened on different ccasions two letters from this woman, ho signed herself "Addie." The and was confronted with these and ttempted to explain their existence, ut made a notable failure, and it aturally supposed that he has gone to icet and not at Cincinnati, s he would have the wife believe. Charley gave bis wife a -mall loney when be left, and tried to make er believe that he had only about eft with which to defray the expenses f the trip. Tbis glie did not believe, nd while be was asleep, waiting for lie train, bbe made an nd found over in bis clothes. Mrs. Derringer lias a number of rieiids who have heartfelt sympathy or the lady, and .are attempting to sift lie matter so that some definite con- tusion can be readied. Mie lias not iad a line from the husband, although ie has been gone two weeks, and ibis dds to the other suspicions. The girl with whom lierrhiger is al- eged to be fascinated formerly worked t Hotel Marion, about two years ,nd here is vvbere the twu became ac- uainted. WILL NOT BE ED. FOR THREE DAYS ONLY, Saturday, Monday and Tuesday, December 6. 8 and 9. During this Special Sale we will give 25 PER CENT. OFF ON ALL PURCHASES Of Colored Worsted Dress tioovis and Coloieil Silks. amounting to aiivi over, on cash sales only. hail I.I-K, the Chinaman. Will Not he Sacrificed at Altar. It was stated in Friday's STM: that ;liaii l.ee, proprietor of the laundry on ortli Main street, bad secured a li ense to marry Signe Hanson, a red- aired. I'J-year-old Dane who i-oubl make love in several languages. ar the announcement was incorrect, jut it now transpires that Chan will not marry the girl, from the reason that lev. Thomas, who had been prev ailed upon to tie the nuptial knot, perernt- Tily refused to otliciate, and further- more threatened to prosecute the par- ies if they were married. The reason or this is that Chan has a wife ainl hree children in China, unless the wife s dead. It seems that the fellow, who in many respects is a rather intelligent Mon olian, is quite ignorant of the marriage aws of this country, and he apparently had been urged to the step by those directly interested. So Chan returned the license t Judge Criswell Friday evening and rt marked that "Me no want marry. wife in Chima, Melican irirl no goo nohow; big feetee, dressee gay, m workee, cost heepee." A Pleasant Affair at H. II. On last Friday evening, two miles west of the village of Claridon, at the cosy little home of H. H. Irey abou :orty of their relatives, neighbors am most intimate friend? gathered toge r and spent the evening in a most en joyable manner. Mrs. bavini. iieard of her friends coming, had pre pared a bountiful amount of ?mi which posired forth and made every one feel that their presence wa- truly welcome. Among thoi-e prp-ent Mr. a'nd Mrs. K. Morrow, Mr. am Will Holverstott, (T. How-.or and sister, Wm. and lady. I .7. Mnith and la'ly. ISryant an. two lady friend-'. Willia'n -mitli at.' lady, Will and lady. F rai. Haley, brother Kmerron an.l How-er. si-ter and Mi- Merchant. Allison Milligram! Ira. (i. and ladj. K. .1. HMW-.-I lady and -sisters, K. Holver-tott m> lady. Will Taiener l.r'.ther Frarit After spending a time in social cba and indulging in aniu-eme a late hour, all Mr. a Mr. ami Mrs. Ireyalons life yt live. with pro- parity, wi.en all home i-tln ibat it wa? {iitni to be then T 1 i SPECIAL SACRIFICE SALE -OF- 8 f ER LING! Ou Fine Black Wool Goods and Black Silks. SEFFNER BROS. MASONIC BLOCK, EAST CENTER STREET. A Currvcllou that the Daily STUS, issued ast Tuesday, Dec. 2, 1 tiud, to my snr- in an article iu regard to the iroposition to admit women as dele- ates to conference in our beloved hurch, the statement: funny tliinu is Meth- Hlists have voted stri'iittly apunst Hie vvo- len. and threaten to withdraw in the event liat women delesiatcs are admitted. The ieruisns are evidently far from favoring rights." In response to the above statement would say that the most of the lier- nan Methodists voted on the above mentioned church question with a lear understanding of the scripture ind Uod's design as to a woman's voea- ion. and therefore itjis true, accord- ant" the latest report, voted for admission and iH'1" asainst admission. Uit, alas; As to the statement that the ierman Methodists threaten to with- Iraw if women should be admitted, bat. however, needs altogether the of truth. This statement is evi leiitly far from the right of truth of itirlierman society in the M. K.chureh. lopinj; coniidently that it will be to you, Mr. I'.ditor, to correct anil help readers in the way >f honest truth, I would say. having ull know ledge in this case: Know all men by these presents, that ve, a> Herman Methodists, are ul to Ijod for this blessed privilege, as i members, and further, that vie j tand united as loyal members to the church, notwithstanding whatever the lecir-ion may be ou the vote as to vvo- iian delegates. I speak in the name -if (ierman Methodists, and I vhat I -ay. The amount of our church collections last year was In- stead of withdrawing we shall try, by the help of yr-ip Company. TV A full of Guitars, Jfeojws Vi-lins Mn-i- llarj-s and f." tl-e Or'Mii- --nj taken in oschanff'-. H. ACKERMAN, Old 132 SOUTH MAIN STREE. MARIOS' o VAIL PHOTOGRAPHS AND FRAMES! i 218 East Center Street. 1 corner lot on cast Center street large old i'asliion Home on Gospel Hill, 7 good rooms hall above and below, f 200 cash; per year. Is that easy enough? No. will buy Rev. Vale's property College Hill; fl rooms all complete. Xo. 3-1 acres at Caledonia to exchange for Marion property._______ _______ LOOK OI-T or you it A MfYM FY I OAN Lot, al on MON tT tO J-UAN woith on time.A On Farm and City Property by No Fintriots southfc the "Perpetual Saving and Windsor street, and Kuildintf Association, on first nite neitfhlwrliood. K mortgayc, at low rates of inter- No. proporty oU est. Loan can be paid at option of borrower, in short or long 1 No. 10 5 room 'time. No life insurance requir- j west side Houk-vard, with Apply to Chase Hunter, stable, Marion, Ohio. UEAL ESTATE DEALERS, Up Stairs at 123 W. Center Street. For have a special low offer to make on residence and business property. See us at once. CHASE HUNTER.   

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