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Palo Alto Pilot, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1877, Emmetsburg, Iowa VOL III PALO ALTO CO MARCH 1 NO 35 DIRECTORY SOCIETIES J J Smith three in the month d on all Holy J A Services A II and P M at P 1L Prayer Meeting each Thursday at P.M p 0 L t SOCIE n E S II Hawkins and Geo E ration To and equip standard attorneys from Algona have I gauge road which we propose to have been in attendance the sitting of j would cost from ten to fifteen thousand the Circuit court this week i dollars per mile and through the J II Brayton who for the past six j tv au Of As soon months has been foreman of the PILOT M would office lelt last Tuesday for the for for all time toi part of the State J W Cory one of Dickinson's leadin I d Actable ATTORNEYS Having ample for j y- at hours at to those indebted to me t r of A Atkinson j E J HARTSHORN such j Keal Collection Agent hat not settled j Daniels Nolan wii pay the sis 1st will in in the un At- for collection and the greater the value of at Cost Felt prices hides and fi'.r ATTORNEY AT LAW I i so To the I of GEO IS McCARTT Alto County in the ATTORNEY AT Vr WELD Drug may act and Rev T A Eobinson has disposed of his dwelling house to a Mr Davis W H Roper left for the en first of the week our bankers are over worked and to shall 1 v i five cent tax therefor the and said con- Art Franklin returned from a short visit to Humboldt last Saturday f AVe are informed that a large of nogs upon the wrie farm died of hog cholera Pitt Cravath is supposed to be happy Nothing could be more explicit more A fourteen pound boy was added to his family a short time Michael brother of of thn place returned his home in Chicago last week I North and South road through our county work a great ehau-e? P departed a few days since county and tax Dr Q 31 ELLIS ASD and Good US DA VEY PT OF CO L P WALL MANUFACTURER Iu Milk Mills Window June UIB Luke Shuri house for Lansing to pass a lew with relatives and friends Ho will return soon accompanied by his family of West bend is lie that tue railroad shall be in your ilW hu con- AND employment for ail in this the shall become nd n ready si ai b- to be paia in the and payable Tins is a valid and vou have to vhile 1 of the condition ana run no risk buv be reduced iu price j if east a deeds provided liy This ent Algona When was ushered into the office of Governor of Iowa lie said I'll do the best I can And for words lie is spoken of by a candidate for thai fall menis used to the contrary are ii ably ignorant or fabrications f The prc t is your Dosi't think on the part of the in am nn I have a psr cent tax to the first company that interest iu tlic and i as provided wiid ur county Jly stake is j February a- provided li oi thei Acts of CM oi 8 f j 3 H Iowa tax be fe H gNM y the Republicans as psr cent tax to the first company that interest iu at office this will a Of our and paid to said LAKE SHORE HOUSE S E h tlie Tare and and Dealer in rail road our ecl r to Jive and Ins been I liave given my his question of aiding a I be- This could be done with lii safety only by the of a j week suffering from an Such tack of the measles We the r however that he is rapidly the to Ol scott is also quite niver ami feri We resi inss his some of minus a repor lit of we're The Sae Sim oes Sliver of 11 Parlor Chamber Dining lioom and FUR N I T U R P Proprietor TOWK rail u square meal at uf the dar J CO le of the to such anil in Lumber Sash Lime Cement Coal and J A Asent any road while iu the time sonic vot 1 other responsible build could cet the tax Stiver its in tht cons and U ND E RT 4 K G Promptly to and of All sixes and honest man that CnA The Kcj vii the W m e unon favorable terms for the fraternity and from the L- extended Ins Honor T X iea Gorman the northern part of the I if possible than now if we get it at all j district believe bench of friends a OLD throu passed making business AVe must say in pare favorably with any j of the East Good larso donations u k to Old Pi has already voted a five A of the is tax and will give the from the do both and tlie bo i I N G THE LATEST AND MOST PROVED STYLE es the American to him s N i I kc L I THE TOWN FOIl CHOICE j COMMISSION BB aa tia AND PRODUCE DEALERS i will shin buy and sell all kinds of farm I make AD- on goods srain hogs butter etc sold on commission Also i dealers is in all kinds of FARM iTS aster also W C Henry's place for stipulations in notice is to bargains in io the u v an copy d notice to Cows TO will furnish a few in thc of the recorder KiWe men for three as of I Building in Iowa A D GALLOP Proprietor railroad shail bn and in ope
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