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Palo Alto Pilot, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1877, Emmetsburg, Iowa VOL III. EM.MET3RURG, PALO ALTO CO., MARCH 1, 1S77 NO. 35 GEN'EiJAL DIRECTORY. SOCIETIES. Catho'lc-Hev. J. J. Smith, Piistoi. fcnices three Suuciavs in the month :n d on all Holy JXxjs. J. A. Roblnsan. Pustor. Services everrSaMmb Bill A. II. and P M S-ibbarh Siliool at P. 1L Prayer Meeting each Thursday at P.M. p. 0. F.-A. L. t SOCIE n E S. II. Hawkins and Geo. E. ration. To bnild and equip :i standard Ciarke, 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 coun- J. II. Brayton, who, for the past six j tv au Of As soon months has been foreman of the PILOT M bnilfc Ijiis would bccomt. office, lelt last .Tuesday for the eaatein jtaxajjie for for all time toi part of the State. J. W. Cory, one of Dickinson's leadin XOTiCE. I FKKSU d Actable Ovi-1 ATTORNEYS Having ample for se-.t.e j y-. at :iil hours at ihc! iiu-at to those indebted to me t. r, of Churc'i A Atkinson. j E. J. HARTSHORN Iherc'.y r.oiin'ilH such ---------------__ j ATTOKSEY, Keal Collection Agent. ,hat not settled j Daniels Nolan wii; pay the Jngnest.' sis 1st will in; in the h.iiiilsof un At- urn-jv for collection. jcome and the greater the value of tux- .-jkii'ts at Cost. Felt prices i'or hides and fi'.r. ATTORNEY AT LAW. I i so Algnna, To the I vr.'.ers of Emmcl'sburg To-.vn-j GEO. IS. McCARTT Alto County, in the State! ATTORNEY AT L-VW, Vr. WELD, Drug Siorc. may act knowinalv and none-be dt-ceiv- Rev. '.T. A. Eobinson has disposed of his dwelling house to a Mr. Davis. W. H. Roper left for Wintersst the en first of the week. Nov.- our bankers are over worked and eoilicuun n.-'.d to r.iiiroad shall 1 ijecteu v i five cent, tax therefor. the h'Ca'.irv, and said vailvor.d con- Art Franklin returned from a short visit to Humboldt last Saturday. f AVe are informed that a large nurnV of "nogs upon the Blairgo wrie farm hiiv> 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 IsIsDoiineU. of thn place, returned his home in Chicago last week. I North and South road through our jt-he county work a great ehau-e? P. -Joyce departed a few days since county. Jyii -inber, and tax Dr. Q. 31. ELLIS, PIIYSf CIAX ASD SUltGKOX. and a.usfccioi, iuarattraj.- Good' 0fficeoDB US. JL-RANK DA VEY, PT. OF EM3IETT CO., L. P. WALL, MANUFACTURER AXD DEALEH Iu Milk Mills, Window BlinU (June -iih ucitncfs SJOU uortb UIB Luke Shuri; house, for Lansing to pass a lew with relatives and friends. Ho will return soon accompanied by his family. Clws. MoCorniick, of West bend is ounty. lie that tue railroad shall be fully! thosisands ctdoiiurs in your nnust. Iv.'cunie ilW. i-ollfct-U'i.'ine- ;hu con- AND JJSXVJiLEK, niiiwedaiKlo-peratsd beforejWo-.ild employment for ail ;'u'ni ie! A'T. s.iid elel-tion 'thi'idii'mns stipnl.stii'.iis in this noti'.-c the t.ix shall become diic, w-or'; "nd n ready irinrket ul.taxation si; ai b- su: to be paia in the raiirtiati and payable. Tins is a valid and vou have to .vhile '1 of the condition ana hencu vvu run no .risk buv be reduced iu price j if east a "i-'or! Uerordor deeds provided liy enap- AF.F. ProM-ietor, This ent Algona When. JTewbold was ushered into the office of Governor of Iowa lie said "I'll do the best I can." And for tlvse words lie is spoken of by a candidate for thai fall. menis used to the contrary are ii ably ignorant or v.-iiful fabrications, ,f The prc t is your Dosi't think thsii; on the part of the p.'oplu to.give in tiiia mnttpr. am eunrcsy nn I have a psr cent, tax to the first company that interest iu tlic gi-owth and devp'.op- i l.'s.'i.ip.iny as provided Jjy wiid ur county. Jly stake is plant- j D.tU-d February. 1S77. jdve'.s. a-; provided c'uaptcr li; oi' thei Acts of CM Gi-iieral 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 coining! will a Xorth Of our and paid f.-vcr to said railruatija LAKE SHORE HOUSE. S E. h. WAKD. tlie Tare and En-.inctbbnrg, Maniifiic.ture and Dealer in 5uth rail road our county.! ecl r to Jive and ifeCrrorty Ins been. I liave given my his question of aiding a pnuth Ix-causo I be- This could be done with lii irrcatost safety only by the of a j forthejiast week, suffering from an lil.lt imrjH.se. .Such tack of the measles. We. the r however that he is rapidly n-coverins'. the !t to llir tllc Ol scott is also quite niver Comjiany. ami feri We resi. inss. his prc: some of minus a repor lit of otheni, we're uotiiitort'sted. The Sae Sim says: '.oes Sliver t'lit'iitv of 11. Parlor, Chamber, Sitting-Room, Dining lioom, and FUR N I T U R 1WU8K. P. Proprietor, Kmmetisburir. TOWK fn- Iravclin" rail u square meal at uf the dar, U.nJU KtuMmtr J. LKOX CO., le of the to scuare such JLC31BEK MEKCIIANTS. JiCCIK. :mcl Eniinetslnia-, Miniir-ctnrcrs anil Denlcrs in Lumber. Latb, Sash. Kitnif. Cwlar I'o.tir, Fupur. Lime, Cement. Sincro. Coal and J. A, Asent. any road, while iu the mr-an time sonic; uuammous vot. 1 other responsible conip.sny ini'-ht build; jiheroadif tiir-y could .cet the tax Stiver onijiany, its. in tht cons; rue-- and U ND E RT 4 K 1'N G Promptly afa-nded to. and tjtvles of All sixes and us.ari honest man, .that )CnA The .Kcj vii. .i...t the W m e' unon saeh favorable terms for the }ieo; fraternity and from the SWSJ.L L- extended Ins Honor. .T. X. i'le- hllt "'iea 'uua Gorman (incrs. throushout the northern part of the I if possible, than now. if we get it at all j district, h: believe bench, of friends a enemif-s. OLD throu. passed making 'business n'ing new- AVe must say licrformed in pare favorably with any j thf> bi-st foan-lcries of the East. Good iilvc parnent larso donations be-j u k to Old Pi. jsiilcs: Emmut has already voted a five A. G-J.lhijv, of the Oal'iip is .purcent tax and will give the Doiislructi'-ii from the do kimW uur-.oin both iiii.-rth, and tlie v.'ork .sliiii! bo i S'tiGGCIi I N G S3 THE LATEST AND MOST AP- PROVED STYLE, es t'e -f the American Gnme to him s caij; N i; ointo.Tlratiru I linuorti kc L. I THE i'.'.ACEIX TOWN FOIl CHOICE CICAU.i j COMMISSION BB aa tia tsii'l AND PRODUCE DEALERS i will shin, buy and sell all kinds of farm I prodiiet-s an'rt make JJHEKAL AD- VAKCKMEXTS on goods, srain, hogs, 'butter, etc., sold on commission. Also i dealers is in all kinds of FARM AfACIIINERY, iTS aster also W. C. Henry's place for stipulations in thi.-j notice is to bargains in drurs io the Kailso ;u v. an copy d' !lic notice to Cows TO will furnish a few in thc ol-k-o of the recorder of! KiWe men for three orldw.K as of I Building in Xorthwesteru Iowa. A. D. GALLOP. Proprietor. railroad shail bn complotod and in ope
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