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Palo Alto Pilot, The (Newspaper) - December 31, 1874, Emmetsburg, Iowa VOL. 1. EMMKTSBURG, PALO ALTO CO., IOWA, THURSDAY, DEC- 31, 1874 PurtfoUed Weekly by llie Palo Allo Prluliug Cumpauy. J. L. Marliu, Edit. Year in Advance. TIME. [One cf our juvenile perpe- trated the following which he hands tin for publication. We ask our lit erary to be lenient with it and remember the of their first ef- Tlie uusy diyi or Anumn are very near gone, And ths old Winter comes trudging along; The birds are all gone to a warmer climate I PICK up my pen a few moments to rhyme it. And now Mutiny Frost, who the coun- try haj crossed, Steps up to the door ot the rich and the poor; Or he'll coin through your ceilings To eater your Or, unless n't air proof, He'll come through ihe roof, And it in he can gul He will hurt you can bet. But should he come in, Out some wood Irom J. N. Make a good olaimg lire Sitting close by your sire. But the sweetest ot pleasures that can be bestowed Are enjoyed while Jack Frost makes wuh us his abode And 'twill add to the comfort vre find in our iiomus To catch at tin: lie brings as lie roams. And chief among these are the long evening hours Much sweeter to us than the perfume ot flowers To enjoy social glee on ihe cold win- night, Or read by the fire that is blazing so bright. And the cheapest ot reading 'mong all that I know Is that Irom the PILOT i.f Palo Alto It will only cost you two dullars a year And if you'll but try it, you won't think it dear, Lei us also have books, the best that we can, everV reader may be.a wise man, For I firmly believe both now and lor- ever That the gaining of knowledge is worth cur endeavor. AniJ I hope you'll remember dear readers and friends That our country's prosperity on it de pends And that culture ot mind snd a education the respect ot both friend and relation. J. W. OCU'FORT. 1'UEOUANT OF GALE3A. The Humble and AKNOCialfoiis ol'Ulysses ill Ills IlliuulM Home. An accurate account of the inci- dents connected with President Grant's sojom n in Galena, I believe, has never been furnished the press, and thinking that a brief letter in reference thereto would not prove uninteresting, I respectfully submit the claiming for it tte merit, if it p ssesses none other, of plain unadulterated truth. Ulysos S. Grant came to. Galena from St. Louis in September, 1859, and immediately entered the service of J. R. Grant, Ins lather, leather dealer, whose btisim ss at that time ed by alime-buriiur named Robinson to whom a monthly rental of ten ting .shoemakers wax on the leaeli- ers chair, got three demerit, marks Plot. Kates ot'AdverUsiiig lollars was paid. The furniture em- j for di awing picture of her with red______________________ braced a limited number of plain cha'k on the back of an atlas, been j Splco I. lw. j !ra. 3m. era. I i yr shaken for putting a bent pin in pieces, together with a few reli s from thiir St. Louis home. Mrs. Giant another boys chair, scolded coming as she did from the wealthy; whistling out lo'.i.l, sentenced to slay j'LcJJ and aristocratic Dunl family, felt her I after school for drawing ink humbled circumsfinees I-cenly, nnd Us on his face and blacking the cared for but little society. The few of another boy's nose, nnd soundly BUSINESS GAUDS. 111 I !i Column i 2 0.1 I 5 00 i Ml i in W) j 1500 <-.iV Column 7 00 10 00 1.1 (W 5300, 1'. Ciilunin I 5
'i1M that left no possible doubt of his if tl-ction. Ten minutes alter lliiil had been stood on the floor for pul- most in; onvenicnt habits mat they p "vr T p "D T p can carry along with them in XI. 1> J. Vy J. JA i life. When they come :o leave you j they will not hall'tin) time fmd any-j thing they can ilms you! ,wilf prepare them to go ch-ling and I gruinbling lliHiiigh life, the vu.icsli wanitd in come when C5 slaws iiimiist in ihe world. Mothers, listen and HENRY WIGHT Has made ample arrangements for the- (spring iraili-wilh a line assoriment of lloiisi-liold Furniture, and i-s prepared My stock is carefully sel'icted, ant, tnstumers with everything io jliis line ol business. HI: will also '.'Dtitract to erect School llotisfs anil private residences. Collins made in the bw. of sivle and tnrnished on short notice. Repairing I ot the best qualitv in the.market I GIVE ME A CALL time, for the lime you will ri'pi-mj sei-ng your sons and dauylili.-rs make tla-i- homes mis-jra- i'le by complaint, and raising their j hj-in K elsewhere. children up in the same Yorker. 1 EnimuisbufK, June 20. And I'xamine my slock before pur- lurnium: made a speciality and laciion guaranteed. :i5tt A DAT GUARANTEED winito-r WELL AUCER AND rr.nit oovr.r.N'OBt or
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