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Reporter, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1892, Perry, Iowa L The Best i Advertising Medium In the City THE REPORTER THE PERRY IN PARTICULAR VOL i PERRY IOWA THURSDAY NOVEMBER 17 1892 NO One in a e 100 t Months 500 rates gh en upon application R B Time Tables ROCK PACIFIC South 950 a 5 P p 20 D 111 RAILROAD RACKET Track and Train Topics Told on Time To Interest You I 25 1 HI 12 p 11 y 50 a I GILL Agent CHICAGO MILWAUKEE ST Trains East 10 way freight 7 oc a m passenger 4 7 p m S stock 8 30 p m 4 ii ju p 111 Trains Going est 65 freight 2 -o a m i 5 o a m Q 6.40 i in pav jiger 12 r m L H ORE n Churches M E CHURCH Meeting tug Sabbath school at o League at 6 o'clock f S Pastor PRESBYTERIAN at 10.45 a in and Sp m even sabbath school at 12 m Y P C E at p m A G At Pastor BAPTIST CHURCH at 1045 a m at S p m Sunday school at 12 m Y P C E at 4 30 p m R VESTING Pastor CONGREGATIONAL sen at 1030 a and S p m Sabbath school at 12 m Y P C E at 6 30 p m All made welcome at these ices A D Pastor CHURCH OF each Lord's dap at a m and p in S school at 10 a m Y P C 7 p in C H STE Pastor CHURCH Hall Sunday school every 12 day at ni Club ei alternate Rock Island has given notice hereafter positively no privileges will be allowed on that road All passengers are advised to buy tickets to their first stopping place rather than clear through to their final destination and assurance is given that the new der w ill be enforced to the Harlan can a party of railroad surveyors said to be in the employ of the Nebraska Central Company been working in the territory east of Harlan for some time past and more recently it was ed that they had reached Atlantic Just what they have been doing no one seems to know but the quietness would seem to indicate that a railroad is to be built port in grain or flour while the crop is approximately one-third of the quantity required for the year's con- sumption iu the British islands first patent in the United States was issued July 31 1790 to Samuel kins for making pot and pearl ashes Four hundred and thirty-three thousand four hundred and thirty-six issued the first 100 years of the patent office Democrat 333 s that it is more than likely that the ern v ill start in on the work of ening the road betu een Boone and clen next summer It will be utterly impossible to do the work in one year and some competent to judge question if it can be done in two As the western it done some time they probably start work soon It takes four s at to man the switch engines an expense that will be done a way with when the road is ened la The Press guesses we are gone up nationally and will have to take Grover and Alkali for better or worse for four years but we're darned if we like it But whom the Lord loveth has chasteneth and eth everyone he receiveth or words to that effect and we bend to the rod with all the humanity we can command which is thunderin little Civic OTLEY LODGE A F A M 299 on nights before full moon S C V M Palmyra Chapter Xo meets before full moon H H P Gerard Command ry Xo 56 meets second oJ each month w H CHANDLER K C C TV EST K o- P ATKiNS Xo every Thursday e- J R C- C R K of R H Tjf Tu T F- L MORGAN A O H the first P Tuesday evening I O O F J X G DIV LOCOMOTIVE 03 meets every first and third of each Chief Engineer BES MOORE A O U Lodge Xo oS every third of each month B A HALE Master JE A Recorder Post No Saturday night aRer full moon and two weeks thereafter C r B Com A Adjutant- NATIONAL GUARD Co B Regiment meets Tuesday in their S 1 O R M- No 35 meets Friday evening j Doss Sachem CROSS M W A- Camp Xo Sist Monday of each month B A V C E A FAKKS Clerk J K OLDS Heal Estate Broker locomotives of the nia railroad each of a different style in construction were measured mile on the on October r The purpose of the novel race was o which style of machine could o the best work in order that it might duplicated for use in hauling the fast rains to the world's fair next trains ere drawn up on parallel tracks The engines had been brought from different parts of the system be- tween Xew York and Pittsburg In the cars the leading working officials of the road including the general super- and civil engineers General Manager was at tke head and among the general superintendents were Jackson Shepard and who were on their usual tour of tion object of the test of the en- gines was also the testing of the track The engines selected for the race were the Baldwin compound engine Xo 1510 with 6 feet 6 inches the English engine Xo 1320 familiarly known on the line as Johnny with drivers 6 feet 3 inches the engine j Xo with drivers 6 feet 6 inches road engine Xo 3.10 drivers 6 feet 6 inches Each engine two cars They started from the terminal station at Jersey City As each sped up track the roar of the engines could be heard far ahead The Baldwin and the Bull bad demonstrated their utility as of trains but didn't show up so well on speed for a mile as they covered the distance in 63 and 65 respectively The Schenectady en- gine did the mile in just 53 seconds which is equal to 72 miles an This was considered good time but the sylvania's own Xo 340 made in her own shops did better doing the mile in 47 seconds The officials were well pleased with the test but it was said that an- other of the company's own engines had knocked off two seconds from that time having gone over the same course on a previous occasion 45 seconds Omaha Shortly before the Kinley went into effect the eyed merchant warned the people to buy and store goods away for future use as prices were bound to advance when the new tariff law became nei Now the eastern brokers are advising their patrons to buy liberally because of an inevitable in prices incident to a reduction of toms duties With the keen-eyed broker it is heads I win tails you lose nol and is the stallion record ol the world for horses of that age He was driven by Charles It is believed he can go a mile in Semicolon by Simmons a chestnut stallion with a record of went in TV of Beatrice and the owner of Lobasco was considerably worked up over the great re- cent race at St Joe and it is quite able McHenry his old driver is due for theg b Job Printing Office Is Complete in Mexico Mo H P has put Forget-Me-Not a mare over 14 years old in the Her year-old record was and when Mr Jennings announced his intention of ing her a trial to beat this his friends gave hifti the laugh He turned the tables on them however when the old ady was given her head and reeled off the mile in L D GAMBLE Will sell you Furniture at Lower Figures than you can get anywhere UNDERTAKING a Specialty request of Gov Boies Adjutant General Greene's black list order has been revoked This was an order ing that all members of the I N G re- port the names of merchants who ed to permit members of the Iowa tional Guard in their employ to pate in the recent tour of duty at Sioux City and Chicago By request of his physician Greene has taken a six weeks vacation on account of nervous prostration which accounts for his many foolish order of late Field and Fast Flyers Forbes offers one-half to the owner and one-half to the driver for a mile in by ahorse eligible to the 2.05 class during the balance of 1892 and five years hence 1st that he himself is alive and 2d that the heat is accomplished on a National track east of the Mississippi and notice given him that an attempt will be made to win his money Resources The racing season of 1892 now in the sear and ow leaf has taught many valuable sons to those that can be taught and none of them are plainer it seems to Re- than the fact that be- tween associations as regards enormous purses should not prevail another season Ten dollar stakes are matters of extravagance too much so for many small breeders of a conservative turn of mind to make nominations in and what is still more important there is grave doubt of all such associations fering such purses and stakes of being able to pay out A parse is a nice thing to trot or pace for and to should attract the attention of the best horses in the country It would Resources thinks be better to bend all energies toward attracting large audi ences rather than to offer purses beyond a reasonable power to pay promptly an J dollar for dollar COUGH Ts My Stock of COFFEES Places for Young Men and Women Is not excelled in this or any other market I first class goods that I can afford to guarantee and make no statements that I can not substantiate Scissors And Pen temple at Salt Lake City be opened April 6 1893 It lias iai course of erection for forty years has cost and will be without doubt the biggest architectural in the country still holds the world's stallion record A few days since boal trotted a mile at Stockton Cal in dethroned Kremlin as king Saturday at Cumberland park ville Kremlin again lowered the colors and trotted the mile in being the time of five watches The fractional time driven by Ed Bither and was well handled He goes again soon against his own record Arion who holds the stallion record was sent against his mark and trotted the out in His ters were The j time equals the record of Every young man and women who ex- to do business and does should have a business education We call the attention of all such to the Capital City college and the Capital City school of Shorthand of Des Iowa These schools are conducted and taught fay experienced and capable teachers who will nothing undone to develop the capacity of pupils their utmost Every effort has been made to decrease the cost of attending school by securing board at the lowest rates possible The course of is full and complete and of a thoroughly practical character We have noticed for some years the careers of young men and women who have graduated from these schools and who are filling the places of profit and trust in banks iness establishments and wherever com- petent and throughly trained young men and women are needed For further particulars address J M Mehan Des Iowa for catalogue which bv the way is one of the most handsome and complete we have ever Iowa Homestead be Caught by Chaff Deal reliable home merchants and if you are not satisfied you can exchange goods or get your H H In other words buy E p DEALER IN d A Clari Get Our Prices West Side of Triangle Perry Iowa Wild and improved Lands Notary Collections fcf So real m part Che Co PERKY IOWA is the only country in world which makes a part of their military system la the 1729 Uae king pressed by enemies placed a of armed women among has These I acted with such bravery and snch and ferocity aaa the battles which victory to Dahomey that they were organized into crop cates itoc of j ci3 Ural estimates of j would mot ibe Iby facts The total of is a aMc reduction from wight corn crop is staled as In each as a decrease of 20 per cent from the crop of 5893 The production of wheat for consumption and for ex- The REPORTER will issue a handsome Christmas number in Magazine form finely illustrated with cuts of prominent business blocks residences school buildings etc portraits of prominent citizens pictures of prize babies portraits of six of the prettiest girls in Perry and other attractive features To the pupil in the Perry Schools writing the best Christmas poem for the Christmas number will give a handsome inas present costing not less tlian and print also the trait of the writer ist The selection wall be left to three competent 2d poem must contain the name of THE at least 3d The poem must contain not less than four verses of not less than four lines each and not more than six verses 4th All contestants must leave their poem at the REPORTER office before December 1st 1892 OFFERING r To the fanners of Dallas Boone Greene and Guthrie The Clothing House Will Give TWO HEAVY CORN r FIRST For the 12 Heaviest Ears Cora Owe Suit of worth SECOND For 12 sd Heaviest Eats Com One Overcoat worth Corn to be and prizes awarded ist 93 Com thus to be sold and money given to Charity HOE YE Our stock of Mens Boys aad Clothing is so and Complete and our Prices so Reasonable that we can you Don't until yon see MS W H you on ny un Star
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