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   Marion Star, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1890, Marion, Ohio                               TO MAKE ROOM FOR OITR LARGE DISPLAY OF Holiday Goods! WE WILL CLOSE OUT AND A LARGE LOT OF GLASSWARE and LAMPS At Greatly Reduced Prices. Call Early and Secure the Best Bargains at the Fine Christmas Linens! Customers will find at our linen Novelties and Fine Linens tl..f> they pleasure of looking at. the finest line of have ever had the Tli Fiiisl Gules firfc Fin Wall Tnli Are Our Specialties Choice Holiday Linens, Ifeautiful Silk Embroidered ToweU, Fine Scotch Towels, in entirely new designs. Half Bleached Damasks and Napkras, Lunch Sets in pure white and gold horders, Hemmed Stitched Lunch Sets, 1 ra> Cloths, Towels and Napkins, Dining Table Center Pieces, Dresser Scarfs, Splashers, Doylies, Tidies etc. L. DEN1SON CO.'S HOLIDAY GOODS! Albums of All Kinds. Manicure Sets. Hand Mirrors, Perfumeries, Juvenile Books, Toilet Sets. Collar and Cuff Boxes, Triple Mirrors, Perfumeries, Full Line Novelties, BOOKS AND BOOKLETS! In All the Cluistmas Styles. Y roll should see our stock of Ladies Underwear in the White. Red Nat- ural Wool and the Black. We have as fine a line oi these- goods as was ever put on the market. In CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR our Natural Wool can not be beat. A NICE NEW LINE OF Just received in All the Colors and Black. COAL! AT LOW PEICES LB.GURLEY'S. OF-P1CK, NORTH OF JAIL. TBLBPHOHS, NO. 07. THE LITTLE GIRLS' -AT- FLOCKEN'SIX> V 1 BOARD OF TRADE r Held Friday Membership Itrpurteil Bjr- Adapted. The directors of the Citizens Board of Trade of .Marion met at the court house Friday evening, all members he- present with the exception of Kd- Hulier and Julius Strelitz. S. Kleinmaier and Ilarvy Wilson, tho committee appointed at the last meeting to solicit memberships, made tlieir report, having secured mem- bers, w hich makes the total member- ship at present This is quite a strong army of business men, capable of doing considerable good, but the number is not as yet what it is desirous of making it. The by-laws governing the board of directors was adopted at the meeting, and arrangements made for having them published. It is made as a spec- ial request that all business men desir- ing to become member hand in their names anil the admission fee at once, so that the membership can be pub- lished next week with the by-laws. AMUSEMENT NOTES. Pnwpeet Frum the Advance. I F.llis Miller, the I'nion county crim- inal, was executed at the Ohio peniten- tiary Tuesday morning for the crime of murdering Mrs. F.inma Johnson, near Marysville, last January. His remains were brought to this place Tuesday and placed in the vault of the Prospect cemetery. A number of farmers from Delaware county. Ind.. were here Monday look- ing "p the whereabouts of horses they had stolen from them by Marvin the Fostoria murderer, a few weeks ago. We understand that they identified four horses as their property, also a carriage and harness, all of which had traded or sold to the Ferguson livery. The Fergusons in turn had disposed of the horses to other parties time. the plumber. invoice of those finest in the world coffees. MOORE PEBIIK K. children's hooks, at prices to suit the purchasers, at AV. A. Co.'s. the children to see the dolls at AV. A. Sellers Co.'s, Union Block, south Main street. Have you seen those tight rolling, English umbrellas for holiday presents. at Warner '-13 the nice line of pictures and easels at AV. A. Sellers Co.'s, south Main street, before buying. of fresh oysters received daily. Both can and bulk. MooiiEifc DEHUH-K. miss the holiday opening at the Marion on next Saturday, secure a free ticket on the doll. U f goods ol all kinds at bot- tom prices at AV A. tellers I'o.'s south Main street. Heath has resigned posi- tion at the Four here. Brio's, of Forest, O.. has ac- cepted a position in W. II. Moore's art galery. Naylor is about the streets again after a couple weeks' conlint'inont at home with sickness. Merrill, of the (J. and K., Superintendent of the were here this morning inspeoting'lhose Krie. anil other officials of these conies from Greenfield, Ind., of a daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hume. The proud father has many Marion friends to express con- gratulation. C. llooveu, general traveling freight agent of the liig Four, was in the city Kriday, looking after the trans- portation of freight from this place over that line. boys have been li.-u ins a high time in ice skating in east Marion. The tile yard excavations have made nice There will be no further enter- tainments in the lecture course until next February, when the Lotus mile. He approched the fellow and a-ketl him what he thought of iheshow. "It is out of he replied, and Harry didn't find out until afterward that the man was blind. w. nTc. The followingoilicers of the Woman's Kelief Corps were duly elected at their regular meeting Wednesday after- noon President, Margaret Senior ice President. F.Inora Matthews. Vice President. P.ella Roalt. Trea-isrer. Mrs. Henry Hoi-ermnn Carrie Winnek Mr-. John King. Mr-. Harvey Lucy Ilnrb.-r- iii this locality. It now appears that Kuhns has got beyond reach of the authorities. A young man by the name of Chas. Packman, who has been employed during the past few months by J. F. Decker as a farm hand, forged the name of his employer to acheck on the Citizens' bank for last Thursday and has skipped the country. He hir- ed a livery rig of Allen Ferguson Thursday of last week to attend a dance at Waldo, but did not return it. On Friday the liverymen became sus- picious and investigated, finding their property at Delaware. When the check was presented for payment the bank pronounced it a forgery. The Fergusons are out of pocket and the use of the rig. At KURT Kre Dining Hall You can get Cake, Fine Pound Cake, Fine Citron Cake, Fine Lady Cake. Sponge Lady Fingers, Popular Fruit Cake, Uenuine English Plum Pudding. Parties wishing cakes for banquets can be supplied on one day's no- tice. [131-4 Worth Rending. The east window at Wiant's contains the leading new juvenile publications for the year, like Pansy, Chatterbox, Wide Awake and Nursery, with a num- ber of the late successes in fiction, while the west window shows a very handsome display of rich silk plush goods, which with their artistic trim- mings, and rich colorings combining harmonious effects, form a very pleasing combination. Feather KenorntiDg. Xow is the time to get your feathers renovated and save sickness. The un- dersigned is prepared to do it for you in a good, workmanlike manner. AH orders left at Felty's meat market, east Center street, Marion, will receive prompt attention. G. FEITY. O.K. of A.. Attention! Every member of W. C. No. 4-. P. O. S. of A., is requested to at lodge 1 room next Tuesday night. Dec. An interesting time will be had. FRANK L. Saturday, December 6th, And centinuing on Monday and Tuesday following, we propose to sell a few goods at that are "imply amazing- We shall actually give, on all purchases exceeJmg one dollar 25 Per Cent Off on All Sales! In Colored Dress Goods Not a colored piece reserved in the store. A mammoth stock to select from -every desirable color and every piece in the house except our Hlaek Goods, which, by the way, are selling regu- larly at less than anywhere else in Marion. Mind you. tlie regular price on these colored goods arc the same low figures that have made our house the reputation of the Notwithstanding this we propose to give cheapest in Marion. A Dollar Value for Seventy-Five Cts. It is the Saving Sale of the season, one that defies competition ami saves dollars to the people. ONLY THREE DAYS REMEMBER! OUR TABLE LINEN SALE IS BTILL ON! The choice bargains making enormous sales. Wednesday was :v banner day an.l hundreds can bear testimony to the harvest of Rargains at our store J. B. SARGENT, MANAGER. Return Engagement of the Marion Favorites, HOWAKD WALL'S Model Comedy COMPANY Will be at Music Hall. One Night Only. THURSDAY, DEC. 11TH, In the Romantic Comedy Drama entitled Thcrc are many white soaps, each represented to be "just as good as the Ivory." They are not, hut like all counterfeits, they lack the peculiar and remarkable qualities of the genuine. Ask for Ivory Soap and upon having it. "TU -fid viTA'xvhere. Exactly the Same Strong Com- pany that was here Fair week. PRICES. 25 and 35c. tar-No extra charge for reserved seats Tris- tram Young's. Knr JtputM Seedf, Kev sutuvy, Kev Axt Ooodt, Ke-w Stamped tlmut, BOOKS GIVEN AWAY -AT- XIRHOADS' SHOE STORED AT TFIE1 Pleasant Hours, The Home Instructor, Encyclopedia, Stanley in Africa, Rise and Fall of Anarchy, Ladies' Manual of Art, Kings of Fortune, Life of Great Grant And His Tour Around the World. give to every customer a free ticket, on the amount of their Cash Purchases are kept. When the total cash pur- chases reach the sum of yon get your choice of these splen- did Books, any of which retail for more than and some for The BOOKS ARE ABSOLUTELY FREE, for the prices on goods are no. higher but the same low figures that none can undersell in Marion. J-. Cash Boot and Shoe House. South Main Street. CUNNINGHAM STOWE, SSe aSua.S'T ST1. CHANDELIERS! uar.i. Mr  itoi.'t SlHMIMlim-Hl All kinds of Needle Art Work started or done to order toy Miss Sher- brooke, of Columbus, O. All at at reasonable prices all came alHMit. remedy Il has rurod msny. REDUCED PRICES! The display of Frames show are offered a: en re- duced b.v. gains. VAIL, THE PHOTOGRAPHERJ LANDON'S, West Center Street, Fisher Bkxk Of everv description and style. New designs of Lights, Cut Glass and Etched Globes. Hall Student Safety Lamps! Brackets and Argand Burners. Colored Globes and Shades. The newest and cheapest display of Gas Fixtures in the State! Sanitary Plumbing. Steam and Gas Fitting. Inspect our line before purchasing elsewhere. Cunningham Stowe, !226 EAST CENTER STREET. lEWSPAPERr VSPAPERI   

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