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Reporter, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1893, Perry, Iowa fl 4 a- il The Best In the City E R Time Tables CHICAGO ROCK ISLAND PACIFIC RY South a- p in in North a m p m p in a- L Agent CHICAGO MILWAUKEE ST PAUL RY Trains Going East 10 way 2 8 stock 4 passenger Trains Going West 65 time a m ij passenger a- 9 wav a ni 3 a m L H GREBS Agent a m p m p lit p m MOINES Tinie of Trains at id 53 ara 9 u am JWail and 5 i oo pra loopm M E CHURCH every Sabbath Sabbath school at 12 League at 6 o'clock j S Pastor jag at a and S p ni every Sabbath Sabbath school at 12 ia Y p C E at 7 p m 1 A G Pastor at a ja and at S p iii school at 12 ui SJ C 13 at 4 go p iu Pastor at a and S p m SaBbath at 12 xu Y C E at p m All these services A CHURCH OF rices each Lord's clap at l a m and S p m school at Y F C E at 7 o'clock p 111 C H Civic OTLEY LODGE A F A M 239 Saturday before faU moon E G Palmyra Chapter 86 meets oil nights before full 1 Serard 56 second Thursday of Av H C B C WEST K er P LODGE -Ko every Thursday evening C C Of E S LODGE 100 every evening A S- Hoj-itES G Rcc O U Wr Dallas Lodge -o every third of each month Master Recorder UNiTY ally at Town Sunday school every 12 day sit in Unity Club every alternate IL cr last of cadi mouth M President F L A O H first Sunday -a each month J LOCOMOTIVE o 03 meets Srst aad third Mondays of each month Chic E Secretary GAR fall moon and weeks C Com A TV Adjutant IOWA NATIONAL Co 35 Tuesday iag ia their V Captain I O R SS 15 every r riday J Boss ROSS fS W A- Xo iSo meets every first B A V C E A PARKS J K OLDS Keal Estate Broker Wild and Improved Lands lic Collections We wiJl INny or fof j Tirrit of city n of JOWA REPORTER THE PERRY IN PARTICULAR VOL I PERRY JANUARY 26 NO 47 OCHT Job Printing Office Is Complete THIS THE R Sack of fop AND WARRANTED We are recognized as THE REGULATORS OF PRICES In This and Surrounding Towns Don't Fail to some New Bargains Arriving Your fife will k Pleased tell her you have ordered one of those excellent Refrigerators for heir icli are for sale by tj GILBERT be- cause she un- that they are the best to be obtained and at such reasonable prices A Complete line of Gasoline Stoves and Plumbing Goods See them SECOND IOWA Wimmer Rouse HEAL ESTATE to and Insurance Apats NEW BLOCK Street PERRY IOWA sell Estate Negotiate s on or Vic sent One largest 333 i Com- panies 133 State or Foreign Scissors kind Pen little tot in a neighboring town created a sensation the other day The pastor had called arid the mother ing to show the accomplishments of the child asked her to show the minister how she could count The little one commenced One two three four six seven eight nine ten The mother ed her up and carried her into another room then she returned and explained to the pastor the children nest door were very low and played cards The Good Road Problem Solved The good road to patronize both in traveling and shipping of freight is the Des Moines Northern Western way It is strictly an Iowa road being the only railroad in the state built with Iowa money owned and operated by Iowa men The time of its trains both passenger and freight is such as to give universal satisfaction to the people ing along its line and its close traffic arrangements with the Chicago waukee Si St Paul Railway makes it advantageous to shippers to patronize it if it were a part of the great system See time table in another column For all information as to rates etc etc ply to nearest Des Moines Northern Western Station Agent or address F M President Des Moines M MARTIN General Manager Des Moines highest average speed attained by railway trains in England is fifty-one miles an hour The board of trade has officially ascertained the averages ed on the various principal roads and tabulates them thus: Midland fifty-one miles an hour Great Northern fifty-one London and Northwestern Great western forty-five London on and South Coast forty-three Great Eastern and London and Southwestern thirty-seven running legs and a in its flight through the skies have been photographed but six score cabinet booms have winged their flight and disappeared too idly to be taken serious notice of since the fateful day of Grover's triumph It is indeed tough to be a sooner in the great Democratic scramble Carlisle alone is preserved like the traditional bag in to be gazed upon and wondered at and he may still have sion he wasn't southerners had no love for Ben Butler and the Nashville American speaks thus of Old Ben Butler is Early yesterday morning the angel of death acting under the devil's orders took him froni earth and landed hini in hell In all this southern try there are no tears no sighs no re- grets He lived only too long We are glad he has at last been removed front earth and even pity the devil the session he has secured The Memphis He was the most cruel and vulgar beast in man figured in the history of the country His character was as vile as his features were hideous and re- pulsive He possessed a sort of brutal candor for his depravity was such that he could not pay to virtue age of He unable to understand an honest man's thoughts or a feelings and he therefore gloried ia his villainy boasted of his shame A man more utterly destitute of moral sense than Ben Butler probably never country been introduced in the Illinois legislature to limit the tages of married life to tias better classes It is proposed to lawful married life between all cannot read Americans ia tiie if foreigners in native Physical and moral is required Any one with inherited aliments or those quired by dissipated habits is lo re- single soTar as tlic law is ed aJJ his Hife long Sfor can the taale desiring lo wed be allowed to so foe Iras evidence of ability lo support a by wages some Try This It cost yew nothing and sorely flo you good if a Cold or with Throat Chest or Lungs King's Discovery for to give relief or money 13 back from Grippe found si the and Winder its rase laad a perfect recovery Try a al oar asad a thing it is free at Drug Store size Chicago packers are ing a desperate effort to break down hog values not and will not succeed for the good reason that shippers are now the principal purchasers in that market and taking the best and at top It is predicted will reach at Chicago before the close of a week the highest price for over ten years The aggregate packing since November I is only hogs against for same period last decrease Of hogs It is safe to say that hogs cannot be forced down and held down to lower values and that is that they will go higher but every er should sell or hold on own ions The editor of the Register is not an always certain but always speaks from sincere convictions Hogs will not go a great deal higher and ey in a good bank is safer than invested in hogs in a show drift How to Visit the World's Fair This the title of an illustrated er issued by the Chicago Milwaukee St Paul railway for the benefit of all Western people who intend to visit cago from May to 1893 It tells the getting how to It tells what to do about baggage about places to eat and sleep how to get to the Fair grounds arid it gives items of useful Send your address with a cent stamp and ask for a Fair Folder GEO II HEAFFORD Pass Agent Chicago Johnson the phenomenal rider is somewhat of a skater The other day at Minneapolis he skated a mile in an amateur contest in 2 minutes and 46 seconds the fastest time in the world The previous record is held by Joseph Donahue a New York professional Griswold sporting editor of the Omaha Bee gives speed attained by ducks and geese in their aerial The canvas back can fly at the rate of z miles a minute The mallard I mile a minute the black duck is slow compared with the canvas back and the pintail and wood but little faster The bine wing his pretty relative wing can fly side by side and make loo miles an hour without ruffling a feather The Canadian and Speckled front geese cut the ethereal at 100 miles per hour New Home and White sewing machines for arc sold by G W Worth Probate of Will State of ss to Hw Dallas To alJ Wit jS iSay A in ray and was by inc g and fixed as HUre Uhc ssnc wiM Before conrt at he to be for proof sw She tert s A at may saine A M Court U D CO Will sell you Furniture at Lower Figures tlian you can get specialty this r I keep first dass biat afford to guarantee and make no statements that I can riot substantiate t be Deal with reliable exchange goods or get In other words buy of Goods Get IPr iees West Side of Triangle Perry Iowa FOR THIRTY c n i Under Opero Sip Gold Stan W
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