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Appleton Motor, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1861, Appleton, Wisconsin MAGAZINE s WEEKLY the of announcing s for the will tn liv rui tut n rf FOl II DOLLARS to IP both virto himself with the hem in H beautiful TV small sum cf money sent gratuitously to any who of Hit win Magazine ir 00 HIT 5 00 tor One each 2 00 til -i EM SI 00 2 50 4 00 00 20 00 rOii Year 40 00 M Square New York TIC MONTHLY the Atlantic 111 thai thn i the number for of remarkable in- Among may of of Christie etc 1 the mid t i by Henry rn Oliver I- v i II Tuylor it lirr T i Norton J T K M S or J prr r T t will u f i -t J u nitU 1 j to for Kivo ivin tho terms to the Jt TIME TO GKT L thc as it is con ul most XII Jan ISM LI Y L is most popular tural df day ui mat of Cir it M n ind n neap it M 10 Linl ot all hv hoth l u lor UK e tic of t and xj in tended fur i in and i- I vVc in n ti r in tu of its -t- lowest outlay thau any i various it most nut ri FOR ulc and Contents fn i and other im- tnd a 1 in hn In I in both Matter worthy n il thf Kural s good Terms comprises Double An Index if fiali 52 a Year 3 for 55 for Now is in 01 u The most aCADY SOLD i S T A W Y E R in A II F I A IHR o up rnl fur o up and of Attorney lit t- nnd for tlic of I iu o i Stair and 1 Ti i Libel is I'll and the and the mv for with obtaining one Inter- ind of n ninke vonr IVill nnc i the In r in every State of the of out of Law by lir legally tin and c scut by d i or in U 111 very he or for nation apply to or Publisher PHE LETO VOL II TRUTHS XQ MOTOR THE APPLETON MOTOR V By KOSS Editors and A E- D- BOSS MASONIC BLOCK Three Hy Caruer extra APPLETON WIS One Vuur ci nn au Saw and Planing Mills NOW ed to do au extensive business with his TWO SAW RATES OF la 9 a 2 51 10 la 10 3 i 12 IS 2 is a i 12 18 11 15 i f -n rn 7 80 io 13 1 50 4 5 50 7 10 L so S 60 4 50 7 O DRESSED FLOORING AND SIDING furnished at short notice tuus saving iho builder l B U hls n moving his lumber Iron prepared Irom place to place to get it Mis in Thin Ward of Appluton June E ODD LOW'S o'clock on at C T Appleton Paper Mills BEST IS ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST C P BROTHER AND Folio Post Wrapping Manilla Letter Idle Book and The All day lite some woet In Us small cage she and And ever and anon To her from lUe musical melody of pleasant thought Light household duties With placid fancies of one trusting heart lives but in her smiles aud turns oold ho that heavenward ever yearns ft bo whore one pure alter Shut out from hence the mockery of life she fond Smith The moment the General a fn he will in Wo find the following from tho of tho New Orleans Picayune in last number of the Louisville Courier gives some new ideas the strength of Junction Vu place still continues the f r hat of tho L i river sides and Day nnc ji at Lmv Volli JK V I U all at tho fur or Every variety of Plain ami llu RAGS Cay Paper lowest living rates rS iho hung about our mom posi in to room for argument but as hero other u a t in ilio lint just at t id nP is c Hio Ward Applet JAS mid Third RORK of dry II aii nnd at the evt door to to liu had at nl and M 3 GROVES NOISELESS SEWING MACHINES Hommer fj SI I S S KELLOGG and All on for M IN I i u-t vi lunu ul h in Hid WOOL ami A n T it v c r l Y ill th Ian ni nlm i i i ID ij Re K s Attorney at Law an me and ol real ol onice T 1 T L Deeds Odle country the 0 uy IHQ you read a country so tay nnd The when I first heard the 0 or A T and to oi J unfortunate first n n men could there hold JJ nature herself succession of rtu perhaps tlir end more triable nnd ACT or the Me f respect to my J in d the ot to u leiirorSiuilh'o Store i WOOL Tli done o Public l ct A i i v oo shares to suit hi notice for or the nuj of the by Or wi UH in- utn beauregard to of nature it in not proper for mo to speak The in fact will luu A 81 IV i to Cleared convulsed about mid my tittered bv platoons whenever my back was timed it wis nil a to inn laid off my the and I had been parading nil the ning labeled The above is one of the thousand to 1 am and nothing but my could ever induce mo to to it I at thu afd out ti Commercial of Thursday are COL JS evening ro of the Buffalo tt a K to the navigator you Tl which left Erie Con be taken to Elmir persisted iu by tlic Eri Coming to iht this refusal A in a ot out ifS wc over Rome r and V t tion of were Iv pot n to any adequate for and t titles Ac erand Notary At nlv ice til s July K 1 f II T s I If u -j lv irl ft l i ly S S b rW had bad a i j conceiving a ot lorts two miles in extent form with nml f this 101 at nro much increased by the fact that fourteen returned by I whisper met mat fourteen miles further on is country between is to the oops in bayonet have been published in re Iho making will jot to the JJl responsible bidder I are ordered to take tl n case the li a course fair that h fl i the train The CROSS from the v co l ird S n and he City M and Plain Moron Mac COOK M It IVis s and finish nlv I on hand Ik Tailor hand to tlic most east Tin Shop leton A fit warranted every Appleton o troops in numbers na large ns they ean easily be nm on thc real battle Held THE BOMB bomb u probably the most fearful missile to 5 id UNION AT MB OFFICE KINDS np ENVELOPES pouring in molted Cull ami Sec he MORE On last drill night an Ho in to see us drill tool ancient said I sn L shell iTn lfc but if you go to you will want them For I considerably a CM to drato nie u delicate nre J n 01 n I oi the with thc rank o and the pay Blow jer 1 was about to return thanks in neat and appropriate speech when a who was present assured me it was no us had got the whole thing in speech and all and 1 could read it in the evening paper lie said they kept a nea and appropriate in continually I got his views held un pence Yours for thc Union including the Stars also thu Stripes FAT PRENTICE ox THE oi Louisville Journal says of thc battle at and thc stampede which It is useless to speculate is to tho which this conflict so C SMITH AS SECEDED FROM THE Js Appleton May j c PAY man to him people are V tl 1 he trailed H tll then told the railroad men much r conductors nml b e soldiers to Voik T sub- to ii i tno that 1 ad tii 7 would his retreat toward ere t K bt Tli nnu h liu will rn roin s unr and ten older lit lul months n receive no nn mm T Ail of S h l Iml Ins IKU l o he inquiry nin ecu Has Pw or two on his old 1 a picket and 1 Je more than men e the rebels at I it is Had he GO and hits he C Inve rumors of f a lik ml that been is of the paid lo so to thc United States will have upon L HOTEL Appleton in m TON Proprietor takes pride In community that no THE Hotel t n and n 11 fil Copper Sheet Stoves Chicago and ONLY DIRECT ROUTE TO CHICAGO AND THE pl a s f of Ware CO s in nr quantities i h Wojt at priced must Blank and In in School Union dual Louro Leave Fond dn Ijn Arrive nt Chicago p M A M r M A M P JI A M P TO ALL POINTS AS LOW AS 111 OTHER ROUTE that ventured to and the the war China Earthen purchasing GEO L T F STRONG E DEWITT ROBINSON Ticket A 0 Agent Appleton exclaimed tho veteran Pi he affairs of thc country Certainly it vill create immense joy throughout the Confederacy and carry deep gloon o all hearts in the United States but we see no reason to believe that it will tend i thc slightest degree to hasten thc end of the war On the contrary it will we have no doubt create a war spirit throughout thc States far deeper and integer and sterner than that which hitherto pre- there Beyond all question the States now battling in the port of the U S Government will if essary contribute every man they have and every do lar whether of money or credit JO 1.1 i 7 J hou will be tho events of to-morrow and r J ices but at this no means money or cret defense of the cause in which they e D O Agent it Appleton tf I Milwaukee Iu lave taken up arms AVc do not sav that hey can conquer and we all know they r n the probability is tha Dr a most bloody and terrific war of years is us Troy Whig nnd ther journals havo put General pon the track for President in 1804 Kather premature that Mr Lincoln ia umes ln t oing well where he is a id so is Gen ha keep on track of the rebels till wo fire 1 your means sur hero s not well grounded o tha he of our friends Jo i Hie ablest amon the rebel Generals has not deceived 1 cr on military reputation is none of tno highest nnd draw McDowell into scrape But tbe result will tell OF THE will soon know whether the K on the South than the fc One thing at least is The at tho call of patriotism hesitate not renounce the South ern Tt The world already 11 Jf e ou It hesitates not to erect a a in a Gen Bragg defeated by district of should sighs for a to States that's one of the places not down on the map t the Dinner i Lc An act to provide additional re- for the eip of public crodil y the assessment and collection of a direct and internal duties Uy the act a direct tax probably of mt nf linn J Punch asks the following cockner nnn a tue lale Sultan Abdul Medjid Abdul Medjid is the is Abdul Aziz on cracK ot trie we are through with them and then see about the other thing We would rather like to see Mr Lincoln re-elected just to let know that we approve his policy H e can at least afford to adjourn the fion for a couple of s Georgia and South Carolina Thn effectually dispels one of the m s e have tyrann d over the Southern mind mA V 01 of annually will The tax is to be laid upon all lands and oh of ground their improvements bouses and ington Cor DEATH OF AN Honce Tor a of 1778 died in Adrian ine Southern mind It is Ur i UI 8 lcd A fully apparent to the w rf traitors that the UL C orn iu M i in iis born in traitors that the server rather than fan U i nTP lived tons to vindicate t N Y force the laws than to keep up the price of stocks or to n lt to Boston Commercial Bulletin for dry i On on- N Y He first enlisted and again in 1778 to on Mohawk river but after arriving jn the expedition hc w f at Point It is a curious fact that Robert I
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