SPECIAL NOTICES. Advertisements under this heading, not rz-eeedinj Fine Lines. 25 Cents for first insertion and 15 Cents for eacK additional insertion, in-variably cash in adeanoe. FOB SALE Soma good building lota. Inquire of, Terrence or Walter PrendergMt B RENT. A dwelling house with seven room, sitoate on Silver street. Inquire of Fahey. " KLEINMAIEE BROS.. ARE SELLING Their Entire Stock OF Heavy Suits, Overcoats, Underwear, Etc., Regardless of Value. LOCAL tfZXTXOtf. Cranberries at H. S. Lucas'. Choice hams at H. S. Lucas'. Overalls of all kinds and descriptions for sale very low at the New York Cheap store. All coal screened at Prendergasts coal yard. French soup at the Club Room Res taurant to-night. The best place to get your oysters is at the English Jutcnen Good roller flour $1.25 at Coffee & Stone's. Fresh Oysters can always be secured at the first-class grocery store of Moore Bros. Overalls and working shirts sold per cent, cheaper at the New York Cheap Store than any where else in town For the finest Tom and Jerry in this city go to the English Kitchen Choice grape fruit direct from Florida for sale at H. s. Lucas' Mush and milk at the Club Room Restaurant to-night. French soup at the Club Room Res taurant to-night. A good, many go to Coffee & Stone's and get 'M pounos oi sugar lor i Now is the time to buy dry goods cheap at II. S. Lucas . Dry goods are being sold below cost at II. 8. Lucas. Saxony and Germantown yarns cheap at the .New xork uneap sstore. Chocolatina Chocolatina Chocolatina at Moore Brothers Try Linsley's cigars ; best in the mar ket, septiau Choice honey in one pound sections for 18 cents per pound at (jonee fctone s. Mush and milk at the Club Room Restaurant to-night. Butterrick's Reliable Patterns are for sale at the People's Store. Fashion sheets Free. A few dozen underwear remain at the New York Cheap Store that most be closed out regardless of cost. Florida oranges 25 cents per dozen at II. s. Lucas . - Go to the English Kitchen for the best meal in the State for 25 cents. The People s btore have on sale an immense stock of woolen yarns, war ranted of the very best quality and fast colors. A colored bed blanket weighing 6 lbs., full size, for $2.60 per pair at the People's store. Best value for the money in this market. The largest and best assortment of la dies' and children's hosiery can he found at The' People's btore. JDTLeave your orders for COAL with A. L. CLARK, and every order will receive Prompt Attention. A complete stock of underwear for ladies, gents and children, in white and scarlet, have been placed in stock and marked at extremely low figures at The People s btore. A Business Plan. Mabion, Ohio, January 1st, 1885. On account of the present close times, and the undersigned desiring to continue their business with a view to subserving the best interests of themselves and their patrons, by selling goods at the smallest profits consistent with such view and a wholesome competition, and deeming that a strictly cash basis of doing business will most certainly accomplish this end, we hereby announce to our numerous customers, that from and after the 1st day of January, 1885, we will sell no more goods except for cash on delivery of same. Thanking you for your past favors, bv way of our patronage, and believing that this mode of doing business Mill prove most beneficial to us both, we solicit a continuance of the same on this plan. Respectfully, Tebpany & Rboads. llaxkei Down! The entire stock of Clothing at Eck-hart's has been marked down full fifty percent. This is no humbug. Every price is marked in plain figures. The entire stock MUST BE SOLD. . Notice. In consequence of a sale of the Art Studio Property, Prentice Sc. Vail request all having accounts to call and settle immediately. TS3 LATEST STYLES -IN-GLASS & QUEENSWARE, LAMPS, HANGING! LAMPS AND TEA SETS, At prioea that will nrprise you, at THKW4g03'B. LOCAL GOSSIP. Hearts of Oak January 26th. The Citizens' Band at the rink tonight. The Citizens' Band at the rink tonight. Not a single marriage has occurred in the county this week. The Bee-Line pay car is announced for the 29th of this month. More snow but weather predictions are too uncertain to publish. The good roads brought a large nnm her of farmers to town to-day. Trade ought to have been good. Some people only advertise for short time as the seasons change. Do these merchants want to sell goods only at those times ? WARNER &' EDWARDS. BLANKETS, COMFORTS, HOODS, LADIES WRAPS. MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S COATS, AT PRICES TO CLOSE THEM OUT. Hearts of Oak January 2Cth. Mother James returned homo from We solicit a portion of your job work We are prepared to do it as cheaply and as well as any office in the county Bring your orders in. C. M. Detrich, traveling salesman for Smith, Simmons & Peabody, was in town to-day, dealing with our boot and shoe men. Mr. Detrich has many friends. About twenty of our young people took advantage of the fine roads last evening and drove to Bucyrus and spent the evening at the skating rink. It is said a delightful time was had. A man recently had his wife arrested for pouring a gallon of molasses on his head. If that's the kind of a woman his wife is, it is to be presumed that he does not want any mo' lasses of that sort. The weather for the past week has been terrible on sheep and all other live stock. Where sheep have not proper shelter they arc completely coated with ice, and many have perished from cold and exposure. Something dropped at the rink re cently and a dozen young ladies imme diately circled around the center attrac tion. No spectator new what the diffi culty was, but a small boy, unseen by the sheltering party, whispered 'Unl3' a skirt pin lost," and all caught on. The household effects of R. Wissler were shipped to Tiffin to-day, where Mr. Wissler and family will reside, he having accepted a permanent position with a band in that place. Dick's removal will probably cause some changes in his band and orchestra of this place. Last night at six o'clock occurred the death of Emma J., wife of II. W. Nail, at their residence on north Main street, be tween the railroads. Mrs. Nail has suf fered with cancer continually since last September, a long and painful illness. She had reached the thirty-eighth year of her age. The funeral will occur to-morrow at 2 :30 p. m., at the house. Services will be conducted by Rev. S. D. Bates. "Hearts of Oak," as given by Mr. Jas. A. Heme's company, was accorded hearty reception last evening by a large audience at Colonel Sinn's Brooklyn Park Theater. The picturesque drama, which was handsomely mounted, was artistic ally rendered by Mr. Heme and the other members. Since the presentation of the ''Hearts of Oak" in that city last season, several novel effects have been introduced in the stage machinery, New York Herald. The roller skate dates its origin from 1861, when a New York furniture dealer named Plympton invented it and secured patent on it for seventeen years. The skating mania has reached nearly every town in the United States. Boston heads the list with 24, and New York has nine. Two years ago last May the patent on the first roller skate expired and since then manufactories have been started up in every part of the Union, Richmond, Ind, alone having thirteen. The best fancy skater in the United States is Levisy, who wears the champion belt. John Jacob, one of the crew of the wide-awake and fun-loving baggage-masters on the C&A, has taken unto himself a bride, and now smiles in matrimonial bliss. The lucky young lady is from Washington D. C, where the mar riage occurred at the home of her parents on Tuesday evening of this week. The happy couple have been visiting John's parents in Rochester,Ind., and will arrive in this city this evening, when, of course, the baggageman's grip will be given him. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob will reside in this city, occupying a dwelling on north West street with A. C. Smith. The Star joins the groom's many Marion friends in wishing them a happy union. Urbana to-day. J. W. Scott left for his home in Un-ion county tin's afternoon. Remember Jas. A. Heme in Hearts of Oak at Music Hall January 26th. The NYPitO employes are all wealthy now. The pay oar was here this morning. Let the man stand forth who predicted a mild writer. He will be shot at sunrise with an icicle nine feet long. A couple of Marion's midnight bums have fallen into the excrusiatingly fun- nv habit of getting in late at the Hotel Marion and registering as "W. II. Van derbilt;" "Russel Sage," and the like We have not learned the names of these midnight prowlers but we presume they are ashamed of them and register as they do to appear unusually brilliant. Parties from town resort to Kelly's stone quarry and spend pleasant even ings gliding over the ice in the most ap proved style. One might suggest the weather too cold, but not so. They ap propriate coal belonging to the propric tors of the quarry, and build up good warm fires that make the surroundings look cheerful- Recently Messrs S. R. Bullock and W. S. Mercer,of N.Y, stopped in tlus city while on their way to Lima where they have water works in the course of con struction. These gentlemen would like to put water works in Marion and agree to do it without expense to the corpora tion if the city will furnish a guarantee that no other works are built. They will construct the works entirely at their own expense and conduct them for five years and then sell to the city or retain the works at the option of the corpora tion. The plan seems a mont feasable one and should receive consideration by our city. These gentlemen will soon return to Marion to look the matter up and we hope to chronicle the consummation of some plan by which we are to have system of water works. Let the person whose A 15 1) JI P name vou wish to know tell C C E I R you in which of these upright E F F J S columns the first letter of his G G G K S name is to be found. If it be I J L L T found in but one column, it is K K M N Y the top letter; if it occurs in M N N N V more than one column, it is O O 0 O W found by adding the alpha- Q R T X X betical numbers of the top S S V S Y letters of these columns, and U V N Y Z the sum will be the letter WWW sought. By taking one letter Y Z at a time in this way, the whole name can be ascertained. For example, take the word Jane. J is found in 2 columns commencing with li and 11, which are the second and eighth letters down the alphabet; their sum is ten, and the tenth letter down the alphabet is J, the letter sought. The next letter, A, appears in but one column, where it stands at the top. N is seen in the columns headed, B, D and II ; these are the second, fourth and eighth letters of the alphabet, which added, gives the fourteenth, or N, and so on. I he use ot this table win excite no little curiosity among those unqaenainted with the foregoing explanation. Church Notices. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Subject of morning sermon: "The Wedding Garment." Evening : "God' iness Profitable." W. E. Thomas, Pastor. P u J3XJY YOUR 1 and n mi nnK LUiuioe AT IT. O. SIIARPLESS & CO. The firm has a SAW AND FLANIXG MILL and are fully prepared to do all kinds of work on short notice. W. B. FOYE, FBACTIGAL DRUGGIST ml CHEMIST jj HEADQUARTERS FOR Drugs, Medicines. Prescriptions a Specialty. OPPOSITE FOST OFFICE, MARION, 0. IF YOU IN Tants to Enow". Ebitors Stab: I wish to ask a ques tion through your columns if it is not out of order. Is there any law against school teachers striking scholars over the hands, head and face ? My little boy has been repeatedly struck across the face both with the teacher's hand and stick, once leaving a bloody mark. To-day a little boy carried welts across his hands from the same. Now,in the name of humanity is a teacher who probably could not get occupation in her own native town,to come here and use our children this way ? I do not think my children ought to be punished when they do wrong, but I wish them punished in a decent manner. This is only very little of the various brutal things this same teacher has done.but I do not care to go into details. Parent. Look Here! Try Italian Hie Remedy, for sale by W. B. Foye, druggist. Every box guaranteed to be satisfactory or money returned. Mil i sw -CALL ON- A9 they are compelled to close out their entire stock by April 1st, 18S5. BRYAN & PRENDEHGAST BROS., MANUFACTURERS OP Sash Doors and Blinds. MAKE A SPECIALTY OP FINE CASHES AID MOULDINGS made after the latest and neatest patterns and on short notice. All kinds of SIDING? AND FLOORINGS made to order at the lowest possible prices. LEAVE ORDERS AT THEIR MILL Northwest of Richer's Flouring Mill, Marion, Ohio. MOOIE BROTHERS HAVE THE GREAT HEADQUARTERS FOR FAMILY GROCERIES! They keep the largest and freshest stock ever offered in Marion and at They have in stock a line line of and Pictures. All the Daily, Weekly and Monthly Newspapers kept for Sale. MOORE BROS., Main St., Opposite 0. II. T0 MAKE MONEY BY BUYING -YOUR- 10 M Inl pi? pi AT THE GREAT (ill w -OF- B. THZSTAM & SO IT. A chaugc in the firm forces them to dispose of their stockby Feb. 1st, value or no value. TO REDUCE PREPARATORY FOR INVOICE, WE WILL SELL OUE- CARPETS &LAGE CURTAINS bediged r .fyUEoi Markert, Schoenlaub & Co., Proprietors of The Peoples' Store. Corner Main and South streets, Marion, 0.
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