Palo Alto Reporter, August 7, 1875

Palo Alto Reporter

August 07, 1875

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Palo Alto Reporter (Newspaper) - August 7, 1875, Emmetsburg, Iowa PALO ALTO REPORTER. 1 ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY; Tefms, a Year, in Advance. CHURCH a- Sundays and all Holy Days, from it to 4 otlock P. REV. 1. E. BOWES, Sabbath morning and School at 2 1-2 P.M. Prayer y evening ut7 :30. StmnBer8 cordially invited to attend. KKV. W. K. COX.BSAS, Pas- tot Stoovtw fourt Sabbath inorntag and BliSIXESS ABOUT 1'OWN AT THE POST OFFICE AUGUST 7, 1.75. CIVIC SOCIETY. aro in-rited to attend, WHITE, K. G. JOIEt C. BESSETT, Ecc. Sec._____________ COUNTS OFFICERS. Treasurer. ___Auditor. ___ Clerk ol Courts. DAVIS STIMPSON OFFEB SALE AS A SPECIALTY, A I-KB OT1 STATIONERY! AND ALSO KEEP OS HAND Fndfs, Tobacco, Cigars, Musical Instruments Musical Supplies ASK AN ASSORTMENT OF IXBOV GKOOT.......... SUPERVISORS. C C. GIBBS, Cll'n...... I A.AKTHOSY, p. SANFOUB........ Vernon. ___lostlslana Bu'sh Ijake, Froedom. :6tBond. MEAT MARKET IK All FACILITIES. at 6 Saturdays SOKTHEllS. Daily. Arrives at EnrniotslmrS from Esther- a. villeatl2M. Departs at 1 30 p. H. EASTEEX. Arrives from Algoua at 12 S. Ji. WESTERS. Drily. Arrives from Spccuer at 12 at. Departs Departs Kt P.M. BtrSIKESS DIRECTORY. _.__________________----- .I. LAW AND at Law, Algontt Kos- County HAS LOCATED AT HIS OLD STAND SOCTH OFTHE'EMEETSBrRO HOUSE, ASD IS SPW PREPARED TO KUMISS AH Or FRESHJMEAT. At all Times -will be Paid the HIGHEST JMBEET PRICE- FAT CATTLE, SHEEP, HOGS POULTRY, HIDES, PELTS AND FURS. stock of Remington Brcech- loading shot guns with supplies just received at Williamson's. They keep the best of everything in their line at Davenport's. Sportsmen vrill find a supply of pow- der, lead, shot, wada, flasks, fishing tackle, etc., at Eoper's. See the New Bukeye before yon buy a Eeaper or Mower. SIckinley will show it to you. A choice variety of canned fruits kept constantly on hand, for sale at the Post Ofllice. Ice cream, soda water, tobacco, cigars canned of the best quality are kept constantly on hand at Davenport's, Main street, oppo site the bank. Accidents happen every haying and harvest 011 rear cut machines. Tin Buckeye, at McKinley's, is a safe an< AWD COU3VTB1T The sills are laid on the foundation to Shea's new residence building- Jesse Coverdole; Becorder of Emmet county, was in town Wednesday. W. H. Eoper will continue his busi- ness at the old stand, he having leased it for a term of five years. H. W. Halverson, one of the live business men of Emmet county, was in town Thursday, and called, of course. The church key was found recently in a locality that leads some of the in- quisitive to we aBeecher among us Mrs J. P. White has removed her stock of Slillenery and Dressmakini goods into her new building on Broad- Mr. Daniels and Mr. Lamb, two Black Hill Miners arrived in town last night, nterference by Govt troops made then- stay in that region unprofitable. Tney report gold in paying quantities, and say the pine forests on the uplands and rich grasses in the valleys will ultemate- y prove a.great source of wealth. Mrs. W. J. Tyson, the landlady of the Lake Shore House, discovered one day this week that a ring valued at had been stolen from her room, and the most searching investigation has thus far failed to discover the thief. Suspi- cion points strongly to a lady who stopped at the house on her way from Spirit Lake to Madison AViseonsin In view of the tremendous loss to the subscription list of the 'I'tlol, since their farcical efforts at dictating what should be the political course of the NUMIttill 10, Estbcrvillc Ed. the recent past we were treated to of Palo Alto orthography and' chirography in the indicator, which was qnite a curiosity in its way. Now, had our friend of the Vindicator taken pains to seek news of that character for the amusement of his readers, he need not travel beyond his own bailiwick to find one of the grand- est efforts we Imve lately seen. Were it the production of an ordinary being it would create noimnsual comment, but coming, as it does, from a man who is supposed to have been the chief arclu- tect of the solar system, it is worth pc- rnriiig with care. Here it is. verbatim: "Nctace. Esthervill jiil 28 75 Is here by given thftt sealed Prspcsles j will be resolved niltill the 14 day of August AD 1875 at Non [noon] of said I want to cull new patent is warranted IIAKIIISOif, Emmet, Dickinson. Clay, and' i Counties. Stedmnn Bros' SHOP! reliable machine. Everybody that raises stock should have one of Foust's Hay Loaders at McKinley's. The Champion Self Dumping is the best thing boy can run one. Sold by McKinley. McKinley sells the celebrated Buck- eye Eeaper, with Miller's improved fable Bake. Nobody ever "went back" on McMur- trie after getting a taste of his delicious cooling, refreshing soda water. Fonst's Hoy Loader is capable of elevating a ton of hay in five minutes way. Mrs. P. H. Stedmau came down from Estherrille last Thursday where she has been visiting for a time with friends and relatives. ________i_ Fairmonb, Miun., is in about the t boat" with Emuietshurg in regard to railroads. They sire on the ragged- edge, not knowing whether they ore going to see the dirt fly this fall or not. Yesterday afternoon for a short time grasshoppers could be seen, flying very high and going rapidly towards the southwest. That they may meet with the same fate as did Donelson and his bi" balloon is our best wish. KICK Minnesota; will .also liraotico in tho VU. S. (Courts. BASK ASD REAL ESTATE. OIWISBV infoni the people of Emmotsbura and vicinity that they have purchased tho HARNESS Snor, Recently conducted by Church Smith, On Mttin Street, ftnd aro Noiv Prepared To do Work in their line, on short Notice, -with NEATNESS AND DISPATCH. and takes il clean as a fork. McKiuley. Sold by HOWARD CIIAVES, Banker, Dealer in Ertuto and Paying und. Collcctiou Aijciit, E Kminct Co., lowu. MEDICAL. jr. jr. WHITNEY, U. Kurgeon fur Northwestorn Iowa. E. U. "ss-iffiS Drugstore! The lies, to the cll'ect that wo have but two paying subscribers in Emmet county, only proves the old saying that "desperate cases require desperate reme- dies." What will the baffled journn- bind after the Buckeye as I lists resort to next. Our three months of probation arc :umost up. Mr. Dennis Maiming, of Eoscville HI., who, it will be remembered, pur- chased a short time since of T. W. Harrison a half section of land, in Great Oali township, has returned, and is making preparations for improving the same, preparatory to occupancy early in the spring. M.P.COONAN CO., DB.ILEKS IK HOTELS. IIOt'SE, J Ploprictor, EminctKliurg Town. ccatid to too iwirtion nf town, und trnvclerh will nun rtowing Hospitable lord Kiail menls, elraui ami comfortable -beds, and 'eSent .tables. First class and sonsbla ____ "a DRUGS, MEDICINES, BOOKS, PAINTS, OILS, ETC. Physicians' Prescriptions Com- pounded with the greatest care. CBANBAI. O Crandal Proprietor, Spirit Lake, Iowa. Good Stabling attached. ______________ HOUSE, SI HiLskins Proprietor, Esthorville Enunot County IOW.L. Tho House is cnminod.o..s and the Stables tho best in tho country. fi Fortnorrvgr'setor, Eathcrville F.inmot Coun- travolera and boardurs. MISCELLANEOCS. "MATT KEAIV, County Superiutamlent ot Schools Oountv Iowa. V- ill be in tun tion of other official bu-Lucss, the luat Saturday iu each month. REFRESHMENT I Fierce Sliortall, SOUTH SIDE OF WHITE'S LUMBER OX MAIN STREET, HAS A PIGEON-HOLE TAME milch as four after the reel rakes. Sold by McKinley. L. C. Church will pay the highest market price for fat cattle. Best quality of Syrup at the Post Of- fice. Try it. One of Fonst's Hay Loaders is doing splendid work at Kivcrdalo Farm. Go and see it pick up tho Cans for putting up Tomatoes and other fruits, for per dozen at AVilliarason's. Get your Vinegar of Davis Stimp- son. They sell a good article, cheap. ATTENTION- you want a good fence call and sec AV. A. TV ilUauison. Church wants to exchange green- backs for fat cattle. Stitch, stitch, stitch. That everlast- ing stitching will tuke the roses from the cheeks healthiest woman alive. Throw away your needles, and go to Hoffman and get a Singer Sowing-Ma- beat in the market. AVilliumson keeps an excellent quality of powder and shot. DOWN" TO THE BOTTOM. Hoffman sells the best quality of machine oil at S1.10 per gullon. BELOW THE has i large quntity of machine oil on hand which he offers for per gallon. That car loud of La Belle wagons that arrived'at McKinley's the first of the week are nearly all gone. If you want one you will have to speak quick. 8-1 W. U. HOBIKX- and Watches. on short notice. IIKNBY JTEJiKIA'S, Has choice piccos of Heal in Emmet County, Iowa, which cau roasouablo terms. Oysters, Cigars, Nuts, Candy, Lemonade, SAKMSES ETC. FOK EEFRESHJIEXTS. "Best of harvest is the exclamation of everyone. We arc exceedingly fortunate in that respect, for while we have boen blessed irith such lovely weather, in many portions of the East and South they nave been visited with violcrt storms, flooding and completely destroying the grain in large suctions of couutry. C. K. Schmied, soKuitor for Perkins Bro. of Sioux City, with a view to ex- tension of tho tcvrit.iry of that house, j was in town last Wednesday and'i'hurs- I day taking orders hum the county j officials and others. The figures he gave and the specimens of work will compare with a majority of the hovisos .vith which we havi- had experience. Mr. A. A. Price, recently of the Minne AVaukou House, Spirit Lake, sold his furniture and interest in the house, last his affaire in such a shape that it would be useless for the Sheriff to follow him, and "lit out." ATouder if he paid the Pilot for that complimentary puff? v You editor has an excellent appetite while abroad. Mr. D. B. Rockwell, the attorney who was here not long since and made pnr- KEPORTF.R, they this week place at half j mast the.-names of the nominees of the State Democratic, Liberal and Anti Monopoly Convention. They will find it mighty inconvenient to ride mon- while they have a side-saddle to do it on. Half mast denotes sorrow ;0r the departed, and the most plausi- jlc interpretation of thc present evi- lence of grief is that the editor is monming over his departure from the independence of which he boasted so While ruralizing at Est-hcrvillc, thc first of the week, Dr. Bollard drove round his prancing creams and extend- ed to us an invitation to accompany liim on a professional call, which we because we were anxious to display our knowledge of therapeutics, but because of the novelty of a ride after the fastest nag at the lumivcreury races. During the ride we looked upon one of the largest and best conducted farms in the of Charles .Tan-is, of Emmet. Mr. J. was just organizing for an attack upon his field of nearly 200 acres of growing grain. The oats were heavy and considerably lodged, and the wheat, in places, slight- ly touched with rust, lint both are pro- mising a heavy yield. Thc corn is just magnificent to look upon, and have not seen its equal outside the limits of Palo Alto county. (Of course we can beat it here.) The impressions formed while looking over the country wore that the crops will be lurgc enough this year, to make up for all deficiencies and losses by grasshoppers Iwt. Transfers of Kcal Estate. By----- (comity on Eoads and Bridges of Township Trustese) To construct Two Bridges To be located it thc Eavcinse on the Town Line Eoad cast of the comer near Kitlesons house and west of Knnnett Espcrsctts [Knuet Espeset] Farm House Plans and spcsi- ficat to be scne at the Township clerks office in Estherrille Beserving the right to Keject any or all Bidds Dated Esthervillc July 28 175. dm. Tow Trust" Come, Palo Alto, beat that. Yours, The stirring plow made by Hapgood j lias returned rather sooner 'than Was expected. This time he brings his family and baggage and has already ta- ken possession of the house purchased of AV. H. Eoper, on his former trip, and Co. is one of the best in the market. Hoffman sells it. Sportsmen's material cheap for cash at AVilliamson's. Hoffman is agent for the celebrated J. I. Case Thrasher. Call at the Wig- ram if you want to get a good, reliable I will soon be settled down to AATe understand he has made nrrange- an office buikl- FOR TUB WEEK ESIJJKO JfLV 31, 1875. A. C. Buniham to Freeumn; Lots 1-2-3-lin Block I, in Burnham's ad- dition to Emmctsburij. A. C. Call to AV. H. Ko.icr; 32 square rods in block 53 Calls addition to Em- mctsbnrg. T. Cummins to N. Slead; Lots 1-2-0-10 blk 55 in Corbin Lawler's uddi-- tion to Erametsburg. AV. K. Shea to M. .T. Lindloy; Lots 1-2 3-4 in blk 32 in Call's addition toEm- metsburg. M. J. Lindlcy to B. F. Liudley; Lots 1-2-3-4 in blk 32 Cull's addition to Emmetaburg. John Lawler to P. O'Connor; Lot 3 in blk 27 Corbin Lawler's addition to Emmetsburg. M. Loftis to Mary Loftis and others; N AAr i sec 10 tp 03 range S3. Clayton County Saviugs Bank to John A. Elliot; 3T AV i S W i sec 13 tp 97 range 31. Geo M. Berdine to J. B .Tones; S E i sec 28, and Si, and E i ot S E sec 33 all in tp 97 range I J- Barney to Mary Simerwein; about Esthcrvillc Sfotcs. The crop prospects were never known to be better than now. Harvesting commenced in a few licbls the 28th of July. Grain is very heavy r.nd in some places badly lodged by its own weight. The average yield will be immense. The school pic-nic season is upon in all its glory. The closing of nearly every school ushers to the pic-uic a brilliant gathering of children. The school of this place will hold theirs at Coverdide's grove Friday. Certain persons who always have the I blues have circulated the story that wheat will not "pan out" as well as has been represented, but after the thrasher has done its duty all such croakers will whistle a tune that's tilled with smiles. A fine bed of light colored clay has recently been found in the suburbs, and old brick makers say that it is just the material for first-class brick. Our boys find considerable amuse- ment on the commons watching a couple of half grown, tame sandhill cranes playing leap frog and spearing gophers -with their long, sharp bills. Sevcrul fossilized politicians who de- irc comity offices this full are already n the rural districts "button-holing" the armers. The Democratic party was organized ast Saturday, mid the delegates ap- pointed a committee with J. M. laskins, of Eslherville, chairman. Mrs. A. H. Ridley has just secured ler fourth husband in California, and Mre. Hamlin her fifth in Oregon. One is the owner of a gold mine, and the other of the "cattle of a thousand bills' and the hills they on. machine. acres in different parts of thc Comity. T.'C. Loring to-----Cunningham S E i sec 32. and N AV i sec 35, all in tp 94 range 34. Da-vis, the boot and shoe maker, has moved his shop to the first buildiu! south of the Emmet House. Messrs. Graves and Sopcr have re- cently repainted and made other tastj improvements on their dwellings. For a general variety of farm pro- ducts, all in the best condition imagina ble, we have to go to the of Nee. Mulroney, at High Lake. It is a sigh to make any farmer rejoice. The following lutU-r wus written by Thomas L. Wells, of Atlanta, licfor kil- ling "I want to die for tho reason that I urn worthless to myself) to society, aiul to the world generally. I dont believe there is any God. I will be sawd with all the rest." A negrf! mtack doctored two patients at East Point, KO badly that they died: Their took thc into the woods anil shipped him until he almost followed his vi-.-H-.ns. A Chicago poet npou ii-mring that Mile Nilssori wns ftb'iilt to erect 'cow shtids upon her Pcora lots; burst forth intotlm following Christine, thy milking do tlic feitiHt olltl eve between, and not by the dim re- ligious light of the fitful kerosene. For the cow may plunge, and tho lamp explode, and the fire fiend ride the gale, and shriek the knell of the town in the glow of the molten pail." In Detroit, recently, when a crowd had collected mound a boy who had been ran over aild badly hurt, a man arose and said: "I'm sorry enough to cry, but I haven't time, your attention to my clothes-wringer, which to-----" At this point he carno on thc pavement, several parties stepped on him, and as he was being sponged off ia a drug store he inquired, "Is this Texas or An Irish girl, employed in a Phila- delphia kitchen, received the following letter: "San Francisco, July 10, My Dear Sister: I have just received a let- ter from the parish priest of Saint Bridget's Abbey, who informs me that our uncle Patrick is dead, and has left an estate of We are his near- est of kin, an-1 consequently as rich :us blazes. I'l ye agin, llopiu' this finds you as it leaves roe, I remain you? darling brother, Timothy She said to her mistress: "Avc coorsu I'll finish the dinner I'm cookiu' ycz, but its purely a matter av accommoda- tion." 31. T. Bowden, a school teacher at St. James, La., filled a pocket with advertising imitations of greenbacks-, und when somebody at the village store offered to bet on something he drew out a handful, saying, ''Make, it and I'll take you." The most of tho bystanders saw the character of tho supposed money, and laughed at the joke. Not so Karl Ahlberg, an igno- rant Swede, who regarded thc bills as genuine and the amount as a fortune-. Ahlberg enticed Bowden into a stable, murdered him with a shovel-, secured the worthless roll of paper, buried tho body, and tied. A man in Medina. Ohio, while rid- ing in procession behind his wife's re- mains the other day had sufficient strength to stop the procession and jump out of the carnage to pick up :t knife which he detected in the DAILY AND WEEKLY FOE 1875: The approach of the Presidential election gives unusual importance t6 thc events and developments of 1875: We shall endeavor to describe them fully, faithfully, and fearlessly. THE WEEKLY SUN as now attained a circulation of over seventy thousand copies. Its readers are found in even- state and its qiislity ,s well known to thc public. We shall not only endeavor to keep it fully up to the old standard, but to improve and add to its variety and power. The Weekly Sun will continue to bo a thorough newspaper. All the news of the will be found in it, con- densed wlieil full length when of moment, arill always, we ttast, treated in a clear, interesting and structive manner.) It is our aim to make the AYcfckly Sun the best family newspaper in RESTAURANT! W. W. JOHNSON, Dealer in Lumber, I-iitb, Shingles, floors, Win- Grain oud Salt Yurcls at Aleoim ami Elumotsburg. C. A. Hofluuui, Agont T. J. I'ltOt'TY, Clerk of Courts tor Palo Alto County. promiitly to any business cnirnsfcd to bin ciiro. W. collections, IXIVB Uixc-s, and f.mushcs information to Elthervillo FRANK U. Iowa. Atulitor <.f Kmmol Coimly. OFFERS TO THE PUBLIC AT HIS ESTAB- LISHMENT.' OX MAfX ST. A CHOICE SELECTION OF Oysters, Cigars, Canned Fruits, and Legal Beverages. HE SOLICITS THE GENEKAL PATRONAGE. Builders' Harare always on hand j United States to Teppa J Skov; S ,n large quantities and for sale cheap at fte fim of j. B; N E x E r of s E t, sec 30 tp Ford Co. his publishers, failed last AVillinmsou's. week. Bnt Plymouth Church, plucky comes forward and proposes If you want to turn your ground over in a hurry, and at the same time do a good job, go to Hoffman's and get a Hapgood Co. gang plow. Thc Norwegian Plows take thc lead in thc market and does better work in the difficult; soil of this section than any other. Go to Hoffman's and get one. Thc Old Reliable Sweepstake thrash- er and Corey horse power, made by, Aultman Co, Canton, Ohio, for j "-on- uc.' is too well Iowcl Agncultural A Nevada journalist who is on a tou of inspection in the Eastern states, writes home a glowing account of the sights of Long Barnch. "I have he writes, "the government quite well established in the summer litiJ. Secretary Eobeson had the J..J. WII.SOX ,V 00. lMnJncturcrs of, ami De.ilers in Liiniljor, Tatlh, Alcons and j. A. Agent. MBS. JAMES WHITE, Winhea to inform tho public sho has op-modo. Milling and nronmoWting establish- mont osdt si.lo Broiwlway, near the Bakery in Eui- motiiliurs, and solicits tho patronage of all who dCiire articles in her line. Th.e I-atest Styles couiuntly arriving (ronPfto Emporiums of Fwhion in tho East, and tho 4 but comploto sat- iiftctiou iniurcrt by a 8rst class Millinor and an llpcricnceil DrcitmaliGr. Ij' New Mill! BARKXAX, SMITH CO., ABE SOW PREPARED TO DO Merchant Custom MILLING. MILL ONE MILE SOUTHWEST OF MTT.T.FOHP.TOWA. which McKiuley is agent, known to need any complimentary notices. If anyone wants a thrashing machine that will do good work under all circumstances they had belter call on Me at once. STAB ilonr, Hour. I am now sending to town two brands of flour. Thc XXX family Hour I war- rant. The XXX custom ground flour I do not warrant. Parties purchasing will find it to their advantage to buy the XXX family flour. I keep mill feed constantly on hand, cheap for cash. E. G. POND. Axle Grease at Dans Stimpson's. A new stock of fine Calf Boots have just arrived at Ko.tchum's, from the well known house of Bradley Mctcnlf.- Call and see them. 97 range 33. United States to Olc Helgramscn X sec 10 tp 97 range 33. to carry them through their difficulty, j United States to A. Nic.kolos S J of K What with the salary recently j AV and N i of S AV i sec 8 tp 9o voted him, and assistance rendered his j range S3. friends to sustain his popularity, old United States to John Cruikshank AA i Plymouth bids fair to have its hands j of S E i E i of S E i, sec oO full even though its exchequer is empty.' GOOD call spe- ial attention to the advertisement of Barbara Mrcr, lots 78 the refreshment ot the inner man AY. llMMtt acent for thc addition i President appeared as usvml, tough and grim, full of cigars and ice water, and tp 07 range 33. United States to K E i sec li 94 32. Birnbaumcr S enpi navy out iu the offiing catching fish, and Secretary Belknap had the army drawn up on the beach shooting at a target. The various cabinet officers live in sung style, and most usually are found loafing around tho Department of the Interior, where the Secretary, by way of a necessary adjunct iu this hot season, keeps a little cellar open for thc refreshment of the inner riiah. The the world. It will be full of entertaining and appropriate reading of every sorl but will print nothing that will offenil tho most scrupulous tiustc The Agricultural Department is prominent feature in the cckly Su and its articles will always be fount fresh and useful to thc fanner. The number of men independent o politics is increasing ami the AVookl; is their paper esi'.erinHy. It b, longs to no party and obey us no dicta tion, contending far principle and fo the election of the best men. It scs the corruption that -disgraces th country and threatens the overthrow i: republican iirstitutions. It has no of knaves sud seeks no favors froi lion. Oeo. These lands are many of them situated in this coun- ty, and from personal knowledge wo know them to be not inferior in quality to the average lands of the county. The terms upon which they arc offered by thc agent makes it an object for any man to take them in preference to high priced lands, especially, where time is required to make payment. On the College Lauds the lessee is not required to pay taxes, but only tho interest on tho purchase money for a term of ten years, whereas, with other purchases he is obliged to pay both taxes and inte- rest. The prices at whitch they arc offered are reasonably low, and tin terms of payment within the reach of j even a laboring man, and thc great wonder to us is that they were not all i taken long ago. blk 20; Corbin Lawler's addition the :r, 32 square I seemed to fancy presiding to A. L. Ormsby lot scorching rays which how strike thc I til their supporters. The1 markets of every kind anil fash-oils are regularly reported m columns. The price of the New A one Sun is one dollar a year, for a slux-s any discount or allow frscmls who may make- H- extend its circulation. I'.uurn efforts 21 blk 24; Corbin Lawler's plat of Emmetsburg. A. C. Bunilram to Emma C. Williamson lot 13 blk 2; Buniham's addition to Emmetsburg. Austin Corbin to E. .T. Hart-shorn, lot 2 blk 25; Corbin Lawless addition to Emmetsburg. Austin Corbin to AV. H. fiopor, lot 21 surface of the beach." NOTICE TO Under the new law which roqi payment of postage in mV-T.uw, dollar a your, with twenty cents t. cost of pivpjii.l jKWlago added, is tl rate of subscription. It is not sary to get a eK.'n in order to. ha tho AVevkly Sun at this rate. Anyoi The 3rd j or.e dollar and twenty et'l Annual Meeting of tho Stockholders of will gut tho paper postpaid IhcIIccnan Yacht Club will be held at j the parlor of thc Lake Shore House THE the 10th day of August 1875. All arc. fifty-six columns. Only u earnestly requested to be present, as postage prepaid, business of the utmost uuportaaeowil, j No dis fo, Corbin to w. 11. .u, hc brought before the mooUng. Um- twer.ty.uiget c blk 25; Corbin Lawlcrs addition I he sharehold- lmnns, daily circulation pi over 120 to Kmmfitsbiirg. A. C. Unnilmm to AV. IT. ors will bring their of stock lot 12 i wjll) C0np0ns attached. blk 1;'s iiddition. j jjy of JJoanl of Directors. I. L. Brown, Treas. Palo Alto county, i flEO_ ,j to estate of Jai. I'. AA'hito, S K J N' E j fr.-.i.i.." Scciv.lary. 4 sec M 01 coi'-ies. All the news for two CPU Subscription postage prejxod a mouth or a youv. TD clubs 10 or over a rif 20 per i-t-nt. Address, THE Si N-.-.w Y--III: Crrv ;