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Appleton Motor, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1861, Appleton, Wisconsin THE MOTOR f A i K D AND the now ment order for receiving volunteers any man in whom eighty or a hundred men have confidence that he is to lead them may at once take up his line of march waiting for the inspection of militia stuff officers the details of saries or the stealings of Quartermasters j Indeed he can come to Washington with j his company without so much as the j tion of Ilia Excellency the Governor and I without oven paying tribute to uny tween THS OP JUSTICE OS MAT BE ARE TIIK VICTORIES OK THE WHOLE Appleton Thursday August 29 1861 Republican Convention A Mato Convention will be at to at 12 o'clock M I latter streets on tho ol next for from the tho of nominating for FIRE AT NEW disastrous Crc by which five buildings were totally and nine partially destroyed forty j persons houseless and i worth of property lost occurred last j day morning in Delancy street between j Orchard und Ludlow New York city ex- the of the two Several casualties occurred walls burns ick U Lee President of the Stuyvesant In- Assembly District under tbf new a i suvance Company was badly bruised and meut will entitled to two I tlint tbe primary s m the Con- burned For the Mr Hand bills were posted all over town last Saturday morning inviting ALL to visit Adkins Hall that for the pu of considering the fice question I didn't know exactly wiat that meant further than I had heard a dozen or more patriotic individuals had striving to get into a position to serve their country by delivering out letters by authority of a gen living somewhere on the Potomac knoun by the soubriquet of Uncle and that while they were lighting each other with paper bullets posed to be lodged in holes at ington Mr G M ROBINSON not knoun as tin applicant had quietly stole the and walked the included in the went In the first place the meeting was opened by several trumpet blush upon a tinhorn whereupon the people gan gather iu great numbers choke full ut patriotism for the occasion I waited pome none of the disappointed applicants took -In i front seats or made foro tun day of September ami tile Dis- Commit ties curly calU for such that tho may In- mid who lairly wishes Chairman Republican state Central Cora j 12 toga for the selection of laid on or be- S chairman of Pioneer Democrat Col Robertson and W W being a majority of the Central Committee of that State have resigned giving as their reasons that there can be no issue between the ic and Republican parties in the coming election except upon the question of the war and on that they are with the grief looking demonstration of one another with 1011 A Republic in Con v at ton fur ty Assembly District will held at tho National Hotel in of on Jay of September at 2 o'clock I M lor the of two to tho Convention and of trammeling buoh dullness as may bi- Town and will bo lj three del l By order of the County A B Chairman Appleton 1301 Advices from the slate that i in i i r the whole Col forces were surrounded THE PRESIDENT carries the great burden of this war without bending Ilia health is perfect His courage is perfect To the discharge of his onerous as Magistrate he adds tho labors of supervising the national military movement From to Potomac the are un- der his eye His euro and vigilance com- 111 badly defeated by the rebels under Floyd at PRACTICAL St Louis Nro particulars Democrat says that on A rebels are under arms in 1 Kaq of Minnesota formerly of see Detroit placed in the hands of Gen pickets aru nearer I munt for the use of the Government ton Rights than ever before i six thousand dollars The loan was Richard Wallack is appointed Mayor of ly spontaneous on Mr part Washington vice Barrett removed for son Secretary Soward has gone to Now York to arrange a passport system Kentucky is on the verge of civil war Green tho rebel General is retreating out of Northeastern Missouri M of Milwaukee has finally of his wounds A great big Ingin score has boen ing at Horicon Nobody hurt out suggestion from any one and great credit upon his patriotism Tnt OFFICERS of the Fourth hove published a card warmly commending the policy of the Governor in appointing agents to look after the sick of the and commending the fulness capacity and economy of Kufus Cheney the agent belonging to that ment TIJE KENTUCKY no ot lie Kentucky election biding all commercial intercourse with the for of Ulo Legislature rebel States and declaring the forfeiture of j completed md all property which is attempted to be resuit ed and of all vessels belonging to rebel j ors a vigorous and timely exertion of ex- Senate Houso Union 28 75 Rebel 10 25 MILITARY following persons been commissioned us Captains in tho authority It is a strong evidence that the President feels the of ing with the utmost energy nnd decision We trust thai the officers on whom the President relies to enforce tho Militia to raise companies to serve course commanded in tho proclamation will i rough tho prove by their vigilance activity and James II Madison Philo II that they are lit for their places j Wm U And it is further to be hoped that no more j Also the following Philo feelings of tender conim After quite a breathing spell an aged and ble Witli nnd 11 lorl u u Vn 1 u n i mi arose and moved tint SAM RYAN of the take the chair lie than the motion and it was carried amid the applause of the tin horn and several other nun 1 understand the mover win a Democratic fiom lure near Mud Creek and of course like the cratic Chairman largely iu Ue publican appointments The Chairman for dome une to ex- plain the object of tin to v the response Better get a 8 cretary another blast on the hoin Mr was nominate 1 but i sensed himself by saying he was tho only m in tbe and the ly excused him accordingly Mr SON and several others were nominated the Chair finally concluded that he didn't need any Secretary and again wanted some one to state the object of the which request was listened to with profound attention but no response made Then the horn blew knees bout and several pairs of boots set up a clatter for the man to talk something er have to ask him twice to The Captain as you said he had seen the han hut that was all he knew about it he didn't know as it was any of his particular business who was Postmaster and he very euro that nil he or any other Democrat do or say in cue D amount to and he finally urged the disappointed cants who ho knew to se their country to come and in his Company for the war and he them in right then and It an eloquent and scene There vmi a no came Then That me Oilier Assurances have been received that there will he no difficulty whatever in negotiating the European loan of at a rate not to exceed 7 cent Official reports foot up the federal loss at the battle of Wilson's as Killed 223 wounded 721 missing 291 A large number of the missing were taken prisoners by the rebels and have since been released The regiments now going into camp and hereafter to be raised will be furnished with the regulation blue cloth uniform The Louisville Journal office waa robbed of in specie on Saturday morning The vault been left open Some years ago a southern editor in at- tempting to compliment as a battle was made by the types to call him a battle seared ran In the next the mistake was so corrected as to read bottle scarred ran The great mistake of the heading the Southern non All the regiments of that ar- rive at St arc armed ilh the ed On Fremont has taken with but We learn from reliable sources that the State of California has offered the ment troops and that the War De- has accepted them Gen Summer has been ordered to march a column from California into Texas and Arkansas The Seventh and Eighth Regiments are called to rendezvous at Camp Randall in Madison Three men were killed and one wounded near Mathias Point of a crew of the Resolute attempting to out a schooner tlie rebels firing upon them from bushes and ambuscaded They were however shelled out j The Banks of Boston York ami Philadelphia have agreed to loan the eminent one hundred lars This we believe to be the loan ever negotiated in any country at any time The Memphis Appeal recommends that lion A H be sent to the State Prison for ten years for the high nf a man arid in in column it mourns over the outrages ed upon the irt u-ill I e fill ti any throughout for in to all I cal JJSf CHICAGO trains leave Appleton at 2.00 V M and it A M Leave at P M Trains al A M V M Point dti at A M V M Arrive in A M ami M 1 O OF V 130 r t It L Kl i 1 ol In tl IV 0 T 01 TIIK li 1 1 i -In thi energetic to supply his men rate amis great and small His of rifled cannon are wild loses his through neglect or it is to its value his Lieut of Captain s Company of Calumet County A has resigned and t health w s the cause of the contest a nel ofj cavalry was knocked out of his by a i from one of our goes old of the ed one nf our hoys in healing of his lain queried the Col fi'iker of rhe rebel gone to his long Ah the i J quit tlv the I live the in- The ho Life XD in our their i- i Ud lj ml t will H sini s THL t tu tin r I IN j li s I have fault with tin the j scrutable acts Divine Houston is living IL retired life t 0 L Hi A K 1 H oon is viii e his plantation near he s of from i take no pan in the political of the kee MeGee county on the lav H U tint lo nor have within a lev fiu IIP his he to neutral The X Y Journal of Commerce ors to sneak he nf hv that they were in It is theie are now no less than hun Irel in in ihi that the supply of oil appears to be We have the highest for saving that not one Government in E has remonstrated the rebel ports The London Times can now suspend for a its solemn warnings to English capitalists against taking the American Loan They been asked tj do so yet The London Once a Week tlie States says There remains for them the painful that the world is learning to do without their ple readied county having t driven from their hi n hand ol Arkansas and the of one John a n tratler of in the nation some eight miles from llin south-eastern border nf Eighteen men are known to have been brutally dered SOMP time ago the surplus revenue ing from the sale of tho public lands wan States The of Virginia was believe about half a million of dollars For some or other and at th advice Mason and Hunter Virginia refused to accept her share and it remained in the Treasury He Last week the new State of Vii- as by the Wheeling jov j made a demand upon tbe nry for the pnm due Virginia and it wse j promptly in gold FROM nr rived in St Louis frim Utah to the Mnv Olli 1 N 1 in Mill i MI used i i Jd in ni t uil I l-t iur A In d It a I of mine led II to bi ic u t lu Jl i prot Ui u-r mil H It el t 17 isii f anil s f 111 ol I to Dr 1 it full li u nKt lolIN H FAI C NBH 1 III 11 HI till V Ill I L Mrs Fremont bus been that tho arc their l Alt 6 Oil ing as private to separate from the United Stalls and j ing busy day and night in writing letters i erect their into an The war b and Spain is at i ince They had a W Jones Dane county Artemas Adams Winnebago county Martin Throop to raine an Artillery company D E Hough Center Tho following commissions have also been Lucius Dixon of lato geon of Wisconsin 1st as Surgeon of thu 7th regiment Cooper of Green Bay a- assis tant Surgeon of 7th regiment William of Milwaukee as of regiment with rank of I Lieutenant The Stoughton Light Guard numbering men arrived at Camp property euch as tho President denounces will bo chartered or purchased by the officers of tho government as has been done for timo past against tne earnest protest of al citizens LAKE SUPERIOR THE GOITER trade of the Lake Superior region is being rapidly developed In about which time the first copper waa shipped from that region the whole shipment for the year amounted to In the reached To this trade may bo added for for iron ore for pig iron and for the total value of the exports of that region during 1860 350 In this carrying trade there was em- men 1 There are ployed seventy sail vessels and twelve now M four whole and two on With so important a trade and yet in Furts of its infancy this section cannot remain much longer without railway i The following patriotic letter from a 7 i member of the State o j for loarn from the late China papers that the WIS Aug 21 61 insurgents have taken an important city j received a no- four hundred miles Hce to meet the National State from Ningpo At which place was Committee at the New hull House in the conquered the carnage and Milwaukee on tho I de- 4 sire to say through paper that I have who were obliged to hide no heart lor a political contest in this State tho caves and rocks I at thia believing as 1 do that it is the Randall at Madison Saturday afternoon make a good looking company ami momentary pause the trumpet s time Ihi for the oc nut into an eloquent War Speech in the peroration of which he proposed to swear in the whole Republican party march them to Missouri and lead them valiantly forth to do or die But the meeting had convened itself on business nnd refused to think ol it until that was disposed of Finally the Chairman after having been interrupted by the meeting to the inexpressible relief of the musician Hon A B JACKSON was ly called for and came when he ealle I told how ho hadn't made the a ment how lie had just come from ton and had seen all our war boys iu good health and excellent and then ho made an eloquent War Speech an 1 then he stole all the by a motion for a Committee of Twelve to raise for the war which was carried with enthusiastic acclamation and then the chose the Committee and then adjourned die That is nil I know about the Post MAIL i THE DEAD AT Hi en would the rebel loss at Rich was really severe The Indianapolis nal from Major Shunk that up to the many dying of privation and starvation that love their country and j its Constitution to do everything in A SORRY Hon Thos L power to suppress th rebellion now man one of the United States Senators i in uur happy ami item North Carolina exceedingly regrets his hasty and committal to the Secession movement and would gladly re- the seat in the Senate to which he was only lust winter for nix years from the 4th of March last Tui RIGHT KIND OF mont telegraphed to Washington for powder recently antl was informed that obstacles were in tho way preventing its immediate The General replied that no matter what obstacles were iu the way the powder most ba chipped and that without TURNED M Doty who was for t time editor of the Badgar State Portage nnd somewhat conspicuous as a politician has turned up at eola ill the rebal army lie is writing tars as grossly abusive of north if a native-born iu i ui u I in u prosperity demand that the loyal portion of the Unite 1 States act as one man devoting all their means and men to speedy pression of this ungodly rebellion against the best Government that has ever existed Political divisions in tho loyal States at this time will only strengthen in arms against the government and very naturally weaken us if it does not result in the of the therefore I am willing and only willing to co-operate with all Union and Constitution loving men in conducting the financial affairs of the State than 231 dead bodied of 21st tilt no Ic rebels hud been found and buried magnitude of the engagement seems to have been but half even bv the diers The rebels must have suffered bly to have lost 231 killed out of about engaged in the fight MASSACHUSETTS the 12th Mass regiment a rumor was current that the rebels ha 1 opened an upon Washington Col called upon the eer of the locomotive to push ahead But he said his engine was out ot order and the best he do was five miles an Whereupon the Colonel called for a of machinists Fivo at once responded They examined the engine and declared it to bo in perfect order The engineer was thereupon placed under arrest and a private put in his place who made dor machine walk at the rate of thirty miles an hour an end the difficulties the two government and nnd countries being amicably adjusted Tbe carried them to Salt Lake City Spanish authorities declare Shu en forever j made so abundant that j abolished in tho Island am worth only half a cent per j are in earnest j oil do not resign voluntarily they will be shall pass through their Ten i- to tlo so Thirteen thousand stand of arms are in the of tho Kentucky and Tennessee fugitives who are in Kentucky When it to the commander that Andre had been taken he j Washington that if Andre hung he would on prisoners then I in custody The spy was hanged but the threat of retaliation was prudently At Cincinnati on Monday morning Mr Colby Lewis h le asleep on a in his was of and a natch The robbers entered the hutis keys Potter's reported twelve nnd not a officers To th Secretary of the al and ten li e Secretary of the Interior twenty dishful seven suspected Tbe lose by th Dean Smith's foundry and machine shop at Portage City recently was not less than Tl building was partially Hon T A H who was and held by the has re- on the order nf Jeif Davis As was elected to both Congresses that he has his loyalty for his iov will a calling for to aid the ment in ih of from the State It is that the number will at once respond Thirty three of Federal soldiers who w ere held as prisoners at Mantissas es a ft w days ago and reached Washington safely Further gold discoveries have been made in at Bay west of Halifax Advices from to the Sth resent a conspiracy to over- throw the Government by the five blacks hail been discovered anil arrests had been made The Stark County a secession sheet Canton Ohio was entirely destroyed bv at that place Cincinnati was united bv another terrific rain on by which ty to the amount of was destroy ed Maj left Chicago Thursday evening for Cincinnati in obedience to in- An I on i from the War Department i A quarrel has broken out among the j leading traitors of the Confederacy that promises to be disastrous The j rents are and the j North Carolinians on the one side and Wigfall and South Carolina on tbe other DO VOU VI ISli FOR CLOTHING CLOTHS in o York in lici tint to ii Jo N HUMPHREY 1 1 l WM U nt f M ti t 1 a uin LARGE AT Alii TO No CAPITAL AND SURPLUS nf thp and from flic Mis J H MA I The lust advices from Jefferson City re- j I port that place fully able to withstand an BATTLE is ST English attack m i will uh III lib and i-d filiar K Hank Mid Hunk Unit d and Until V N 1 t City II Co II II Co Tnt il In mill I till t government in tho prudent and eco- Fur i in tin nil -i t F irui i rn 1 r 1 1 I shall unite my political fortune with that party that ready and willing to give every portion of the country equal and Yours truly COTTON gained the victory with their London Times is particularly savage VIKI upon onr disaster and throws out all -J still declines to of intimations that both and England recognize the Kingdom of United Italy will at once recognise the Sonthern of Austria eracy I nil n-K HIT mi t I uo debts ner and Cn 2.1 ROBERT Ml MORE c Muni IMS n I K j in: on is i ol or tin MIV i Appleton 0 A H I C- II Arc Sul wilt 1111 that iy not to Oh UK LIU SK anJ NG rr t Tumi Hu 1 S I NORM the carefully prep pers nf the s be seen that i takes i wit High lull Spin Fond A rn Milton RiviT Tho next ti will open on tl is the of are no attr than those of Chicago from t ber The pren are the free to all T splendid exhib tional test of i outside of th grounds for tho will be quite a f merate much of Tlie agreed to take a at hall fai the prim AT has just the The San Adventure with of Sone per Un lor th Journal t Advantages of a Elizabeth Literary cations Tho A itself as the stand in the English la the Post X editor omits any speaks of things a If he glosses and rot If In calls things for position furnish his reader he does he is a rai If he condemns th low but und injuries go u ard If he to i to the outs he is i not his paper is d The pub Y Record has r costs over two hu who had long time boy who pulled t eider hail a good the thing now just how muc him GODEY KO is to the well eari magazine is the principal en plates ic Daguerreotypes at gentlemanly t at aa low that it tor blunder injured h
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