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IUI. A, MILLER'S
if I A TALE The Fight n FOR THE WEEK ENDING FEB. 18, 1895, TO FEB. 23, 1895, AS FURNISHED BY REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS I HHI. CRESSNER & COMPANY, ABSTRACTORS OF TITLES. Owners of the only Abstract Hooks in the county. Abstracts of Titles to all prop erty in Marshall county compiled accurately and promptly, Geo. J. Kilmer et al sheriffs deed to Mary A. Shirley, out lot 2 Lowry's con. add. Argos, Jan. 2, 65MJ1. Krrilla and Isaac A. Xewhouse war ranty deed to Wm. Ji. Kyle, 21 acres in Polk township, Feb. 1, 13; 8C0O. AVm. Massey et al commissioner's deed to David Jamison, 27 acres in Polk township, Jan. 7, "1'5; to quiet title. Heirs of Peter Donahue deceased warranty deed to Leopold M. Lauer, trustee, lots 12 and 13 Hose's add. to Plymouth, March 11, '.1; ??1 11.07. Pinimore C. Casler warranty deed to Leopold M. Lauer, trustee, lots 12 and J3 Kose's add. Plymouth, March 10, 81. Leopold M. Lauer, trustee, quit claim deed to Pinimore C. and Anna Casper his wife, undivided lots 02 and t3 Rose's addition Plymouth, March 31, '01; 81. Joseph Gandy tax deed to Henry Lohr, 40 acres in Union township, Peb. 1993; 832.44. Heirs of Henry Hanes, deceased war ranty deed to Susan Hatfield, lot 33 Boley's 1st add. Bourbon, Dec. 20, '94; 8400. Elijah Boley and wife quit claim deed to Geo. W. Hatfield, lot 33 Boley's 1st add. to Bourbon, Dec. 31, 94; 81. Samuel Smallwood and wife quit claim deed to Geo. W. Hatfield, lot 33 Boley's 1st add. Bourbon, Dec. 1891; 81. Alexander Lippman and wife war ranty deed to Clinton C. and Laura E. Yockey, 40 acres in West township, Feb. 7, 95; 816O0. Jas. Tinney and wife warranty deed to Alginie Tinney, 1 acre in Green town ship, Nov. 11, ?82; 850. Sylvester Logan et al warranty deed to AVm. Wagner, lot CO Enterprise add. to Plymouth, Feb. 21, '93; 8350. Plymouth Wagon Co. warranty deed to Sylvester and Mede Logan,lot 10 En terprise add. to Plymouth, Feb. 1, 15; 8200. Cathern Karp and husband warranty deed to Mary E. Davenport, lot 32 Lo gan's add. LaPaz, Feb. 25, 1; S300. Cary Large deceased quit claim deed to Jackson Gout er, 40 acres North town ship, March 22, V4; :?270. Henry Hanes deceased by Ex. execu tive deed to Susan Hatfield, lot 33 Pol- ey's 1st add. Bourbon, Jan. 13, '95; 8100. Geo. y. Hatfield quit claim deed to Susan Hatfield, lot 33 Boley's 1st add. to Bourbon, Jan. 17, "93; 81. "Wm. StalTord tax deed to Addison D. Johnson, x2 acre in Walnut township, Feb. 22, "U5; 82.74. Almira llerron tax deed to Addison I). Johnson, 20 acres in Polk township, Feb. 22, ?93; 82.3t). Alvin White tax dee I to Addison 1). Johnson, lot 19 block 3 Thayer's add. La Paz, Feb. 22, '93; 85.93. Peter Schroeder and wife quitclaim deed to Jennie Kenkert, 29-53 acres in West township, Jan. 2), '93; 8100. John M. Cummins et al warranty deed to Trustees of Indiana Conference of Wesleyan Methodist church in trust for W. M. church at Plymouth, lot 3 and north i of lot 4, Cressner's sub-division of lots 119 and 79 of Wheeler's add. to Plymouth, Jan. 2, '93; 8100. "COIN'S FINANCIAL SCHOOL." Opinions Taken from Letters Concerning the Book. Jown W. Wright, Muskegon, Mich.: "The book is making a wonderful im pression on the people here." E. D. Carter, Humbird, Wis.: Every intelligent voter in the United States should read 'Coin's Financial School.' " L. F. Dow, Grand Forks, N. D.: " 'Coin's Financial School' is a wonder fully clear, clean statement of the caus es of our financial trouble and its rem edy. It is or will be a great educator of the great industrial, middle, and agri cultural class of our people." C. II. Burdick, Lake Geneva, Wis.: "I was a bimetallist before I read 'Coin's Financial School' and I am a Bimetall iet now with a big B." William J. Slack, La Grange, Ind.; " 'Coin's Financial School' will give en couragement to toiling millions." C. A. Mahoney, Dubuque, Iowa: "I have read 'Coin's Financial School,' and am still reading it. It is a great book, and ought to be in the hands of not only every voter, but of every school boy, to instill into his mind the patriot ism which it teaches." Erwin Ellis, Lebanon, Mo.: "Having read and re-read 'Coin's Financial School,' it has completely changed my ideas on the subject." Henry W. Coburn, Four ltiver, Mich.: "My original copy has passed far be yond its third reading, and is still mak ing converts." To Whom It May Concern. All persons of business or otherwise, are hereby notified that my wife has left my Ud and board, and that I will not pay any bills or debts that she may contract against me. WM. WORTIIINGTON, Argos, Ind. in n u Boarding by the Day or Week. Meals served at all hours, also warm and cold lunch. Lodging can be had on ap plication. A large line of Candies, Cigars and Tobacco con stantly on hand. L wants your ear just a minute on the Tobacco Question. .lust arrived, a new sup ply of .Briar Pipe, Com fort and the cheaper grades of smoking. Green Turtle Plug will be in this week, it is an elegant plug and with every ten tags you get a good Pipe Free. Sweet Cuba and Hia watha always on hand and when you see the 25 cent Fine Cut, you will smile. IF YOU WANT a 10 cent cigar for 5 cents, try the Cuban Peer, and if you want a good, cheap smoke, buy our 2 for 5 cents cigar and be happy. Yours to please, GEO. VINALL. P U SAYS, I) !Q Sell cheap and the peo ple will buy. Fine Syr up, 24 cents per gallon. Best Uncolored Japan Tea, 35 cents, and every thing you need at bot tom Free Trade Prices. AND, SAY, Don't fail to ask to see the Magical La m p Chimney, never smokes and saves oil and is fire proof. If you ever try one you will not take the old kind as a gift. Simple but Wonderful. SOMETHING ULI If I. " " Call and be Convinced. Round Steak 10 Cts. Per Pound. Loin " 10 " " " Porter House Steak... 10 " " Short Steak 10 " " " Shoulder Steak 10 44 44 44 Chuck Steak 10 44 4 4 44 Boilsandlloasts.6,7& 8 44 44 Pork Steak 10 44 44 Pork Loins 10 44 44 44 Side Pork 8 44 44 Shoulder 8 44 44 44 Spare Ribs 8 44 44 Pork Sausage, cased or bulk 10 44 44 Veal Steak 10 44 44 44 Veal lioils and Roasts, 8 and 10 44 " Mutton Steak 10 " 44 Mutton Roils and Roasts 8 and 10 44 44 44 Frankfort 10 44 44 44 Rest quality Breakfast Bacon 12 44 44 Smoked Ham, sliced. . 16 4 4 44 44 Dried Beef 16 44 44 Home Made Mince Meat .. 10 44 44 44 Home Rendered Lard, 10 44 44 44 Dressed Poultry 10 44 44 44 P.S. We pay the Highest Market Price for all kinds of Poultry. THE OLD RELIABLE STAND, Eait Side Mkbf(80 St., under Miller's Restannnt. JOHN S. BENDER, Attorney at Law, PLYMOUTH, IND. Ofllco over Shoemaker's Kestaurant. Will oromptlyjittend to all business Intrusted to him lu the line of his profession. TWOI is On. f NAT! 0NS x m (VW 1 V' ,Vv .. tA.L Jr. V .-- VV- .. -- '7 ft T. V. I In order to fully understand the situation, Read a THE SEQUAL IS NOW BEING ENACTED IN i;;e National Capitol and Wall Street. A TALE OF TWO NATIONS, substantially bound, for 30 cents. Sent to any address, postage paid, on re ceipt of price. Address this paper. riarshall County Independent. Read and Reflect. 1 M iL fciSfek When the World Wants Wisdom Genius generally provides a generous supply. The Failures of Financiers Have been due to the Practice of Pernicious Principles. Coin's Financial School lias had a most auspicious opening and is daily turning out thousands of Sensible and Satisfied Scholars. Are You In It? By all means take the course and be Converted to Common Sense. The Bell is Kinging. Come In and Study. The handsome 50 cents edition is A -f q offered to our friends and readers for dJ wwll io oU cents to any address, or we will' give you the cheaper cover for 25 cents. Bemember, we will send this book postpaid to any part of the United States. Coin's Financial School or A Tail of Two Nations and The Independent, ONE YICAR KOR $1.50. -i i And not find such, a stock of Fresh, Clean, New Spring Dress Goods as you will find in our store this spring. YOU MAY TRAVEL THE TOWN OVER And not find such low prices as we are prepared to name you now. YOU MAY TRAVEL ALL AROUND And not find such an assortment of Ladies' Muslin Underwear as we can show you. This is the first time we have these goods in stock and prices are so very low that you can not afford to make them yourselves. We also have our New Carpets and Oil Cloths in, at the lowest prices you ever heard of. "We also show a great assortment of Ready Made Percale Wrappers, all sizes, at from 75c to $1.25 each. You can't afibrd to make them. You can save work by buying our Ready Made Sheets and Pillow Cases. In fact YOU CAN JOURNEY A LONG DISTANCE Before you find such a stock of Dry G-oods at such low prices as you can find them by dropping in on us at any suitable time. THOSE HOLDING TICKETS FOR TABLES Promised in 1894, are informed that we have received a lot of them from the factory and are ready to distribute them now. L. A, Kloepfer, Dollar. Dollar. Dollar. Dollar. Dollar. Dollar. Dollar. Dollar. Dollar. ULL, Plymouth, Ind. Save you dimes and dollars by purchasing your goods at the following prices : 30 Pounds C Suar SI. CM 25 " A " 1.00 23 " (Iranulated Sugar... 1.00 33 " English Currents... IS) 30 " Crapes 1.00 14 Cans liest Corn 1.00 12 Cans Fancy Apples 1.00 Be Pöce is FOhff Respectfully yours, W. H. ALBERT, Agent. Dollar. Dollar. Dollar. Dollar. Dollar. Dollar. Dollar. Dollar. Dollar. CHAS HARRIS IMiOIMtllCTOtt HACK AND BAGGAGE LINE. PÄSSEKGERS .yl""n Vll M AMI BAGGAGE to anl from lt'lHts Hotel or any part of the City oti Miort notice. Hajijrajre free with Hack. U'ave orders at Rossllouse. THE MOST RELIABLE SMOKE, STATE SEAL CIGAR, 5 CTS. MANUFACTUKKI) MY C. W. CHAPMAN, - WARSAW, IND.