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Appleton Motor, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1864, Appleton, Wisconsin THE MOTOR Tilt MD AY HV K K TWO A YEAH IN ADVANCE or Un All CHARITY and Appleton County li 1 3 7 Sabbat School IJ D II i 1 12 9 Tin Tho frame lu tins n up work Unity It it n r un E intern well ru will be In- side and will bo in ik mul anil appropriate milliner and be iin manl to Iho City Wo cull iu tint H a ilir Inat meeting of linn ilion will KM the ihn mm u in It will bo inti nf it II ill we n fun no Mi Kun.inll lo like if i limy n jj n IIH lo value if luu 11 Imr ly A gno 1 fruit for jk i for bin ID ono it is n ni i In ond suon jun 1 I ut u fi w Dr bought flic Block Wo are glud lu tine ns III been running to ruin long enough The line ready repairs by the Humphrey winch is lo br net up led by J S Lester ns a Drug and Book Store More Since our Devil found lost r rivm n bottom for and a day or twu since two of Item found twu nr om eighty foil lung and worth n foot below where thi old snw mills at the Chute oni for iwu dollars and the lar They belong undoubtedly to old mill owners shoul 1 be ret tu Ilium Orent ol t Democrats art invoking in One denier In town lulls ui he ban Sold of the unco the for mm limn in a 3 before A Contribution Al lit meeting last Sabbath for thu benefit of sion twenty-five was contributed though there was but ft OD of of er has beon publish ing of tha formed by mcli of Oo E Keg is the of Itie iwu pent Cily in Lewis A 21 uf luc Kig 1 S Fur RUM 1 ita 21 nf tho Oci 14 luw wm J with Pirn Mus It m expected n will he held in town in R F ol nf N W nf DL n nte of this 0 10 ihu ami inn 11 in the will bn d ml many thrilling will bo TLo Inni of it will lie on ID nil Ch Tho mun nnd the Urn It Solicitor Whiting hns tha rotary of War concurring thul Any 100 the In lo tho ol Iho who tc in on Iho Ins Is drawn from Ihc bin by Inw lo fmm that draft if iui h exi Should thoy bo m 1 o it before of Sept they will liable tc Tho t Wo by n from n of by this I nf nhi nt fiel Js nn Iho m n t I by them nnd ho ii n nru gonu nl j rn uro t by on t nsr Dr h H in ly u nnd in fjr hii nf fn in our i M i lln r n ho luis i kur I veil i i li i n lio n i kl b tl u init low Imd ct 1 hu D H 01 i f n nid i i ut L in li run Mr C A WIH win our fore- CITY OF APPLETON THURSDAY AUGUST 1864 i WAR NEWS NO rot the Appleton Motor Ihou home In Ihn than vale In verdure The glitter and 0 er the train In a day we plant whatever we low le eure In out fertile land lo grow 1 know that my compare With thin agricultural lanil lo fair I that Ite doth hardly bring to meet the wante Bat that land halh many a chirm for me That I ne'er la mar lee Oh i home In the It he the thou belt The guidon hit are shed of In prairie bed and we aj we go and wild nil roun ui khay grow and e tbe Iwert wild flower 1 lief be to in guden or bower But tny Inn 1 hath iknd Sweet an 1 Anj Oh I d with there 1 lie lored and true aro where T The lored the are net there now ColJ Col I In a Anil afar Mko oln li li II and lea C i 1 Hint now molt tt y T win ll uk klie I ft ma of I nil iw at j Oo o UK tt ins ot my mill deep and pree al ihu itone tM V ung happy Out t 1 in my a tweet Runny Ohl can bo I The Fox Few of UN hero on tho banks of New Regimen Id under the OOB Tall The Governor hu received the following order from relating to under the call S 0 84 the of Sin The term of service of new regi menti of Volunteer under rim call uf the insl fur 500 men will for either one two pr three yearn an re- mny eloc regiments be in before 5th 1804 in order thut they may on tho ol tho thu tnd to organize within a reasonable lime will be sr na ti form nnd be in with complete be- fore that date I he recruitment organization and m us ere will be in conformity w ith the requirements the reg Mm H will be In with the of Ntw TOIK August 1 The says the received thera day The of tbe rery The enemy our serin times and were as often Our total lost VIM men and ten gang Known IOM of tho enemy killed more than and we captured over elto 18 of and stands of arms Total loos of tbe enemy in killed and wounded and mining cannot fall short of from to Call and See their I o Y ARE J CLOTHES 1864 1864 wan at least good condition In the battle of the tha rebel loss r lk M j DOTI taut of rmr Our army i right on and n j At II Is now all it IB mere ard more Ht the other A little girl o M kill It nn lurali 1 whu to lit dnw i lo work with out fatigue i oik won a I the about thiB bi kha oil After long use In Iin the Ret Wm V V A Treasonable Organisation In Indiana July 30 haa of an report made to him by General Military Commander Circular No 27 current from ot thli district u full of a secret to the Government Sons of of winch H II Dodd ia Grand Commander uf this Horace Deputy 1 am sir vory Your 8 FRT General From Grant Saturday a mine wm e 1 under A rebel fort in the deforces nf PP and W M Harrison Secre The officers of tlie United C L Supremo Grand Com- Dr Mas man ia n of War in- Fnx what a mighty channel in hut of ll is tu iJc and even r nt Hu I He uns Iho dully on ihu h n ut J mi with some to nt nn even if top to i Ik i ul HI undid Ilo tho ihu uf thoy n frum n clLr u c UP tlie Is new in thi inn or tin i mmy It was demolished tin wmK the dirt 300 feet m tho air guns and annihilating a regiment W A Bowlee L Andrw nnd occupying it YORK lug 1 B are for Indiana Rumors that General Kelly Imd routed n foree of rebUs near on II lj lhc Tho of the of ij are fully son who luft commanded bj Mo T llf w 1 hu Credent of the 2 lahun hard It bink II be strewn by drawing r itt i being a good to thu leu I not lufl our employ lo ervo country in tho But it known little in i Tho lire p in us we to fivo having and n in shot of other f oni to its mouth nnd will the of millions of Its waters will bear by scores upon then bosom will to the of tlie soil of mam town arid afternoon that ond n were after n evere fight of u the vory life bio id of Siato n iv n i i hours were comf obb I were at that n our ul unplug winch inn bo and it amount plunder they hud in They t retreats in tho Inkei not 9th corf a and th did a day's work on thu Cruet nl Must uf tho wi Imd Bt conic tu n fcr 1 nn I r tl Its A gentleman who with n i noy retreats i in tna Gen Grunt represents him ha m good of and General vigor and of YoiK Aug 1 Post's snys of Saturday's hi fore been They may bo up AH fo lows After tho mine exploded in front of punned theol I lie who were recently infesting Before country ure to have turn it Kynn I tin m W A 1 ai on In lie k i Ilw up If not resized in our run nil the thrill of ure which ue felt ngn nn 1 ihi nl tbe uncouth r opened a fir jt for our to with r stand such fire and they VI back in good order bringing with them nl lime u in 1 Iml hn did in ihr sml rt id iha nf it in tu ad litter linn in week's in llm do chum CJ D Elliot not in Iho P lift our to jinn thu he more i d un Motor For tu lufi 10 lie lib had not work ed on During Dec and Jan in linn In Fi h 1801 In ID llu I in M iy dr June n m r i River wn Iho of colored troops wore thin greeted at our docks by the of cannon and the grei ting of our people and if we louk upon which have hince parsed and pee the annual ratio of in- eri of on the F i the in crease of population c f the Fox Vnl ley we w k 11 discover tnw e e limn d me not UB lar off as might be 1 A f w days unce R cargo of flour fiom McGn nor Ihinuxh tor ordered to charge SIT piecen of Ml mlo our bands but it win to them from the by the explosion The loss of tbe is very severe A South regiment wai blown into the nir and large killed Bartlett and Wild were captured by the robele on the Motor nn 1 ui d HI moril to the oust It plun until ihu of C m ts puny bo went in If join lU mint 1st j H Vi as our in thu it if it Im I by mil will surely i And if lie hid Im n n more it Tho ment of Airg 3 Three hundred rebel Ha Friday burning a tram nnd Nome fi eight E u 1 v ci tbe river the same 2 He now holds Martinsburg and The Atlanta Appeal of the 24th admits ol Six thousand in the buttle nf the nnd at rate of fighting II tod took command the rebel army can be annihilated in weeks A arrival reports peace t ona as probably commenced tho Danea and Tho rebel army is now in front of burg Mabon ID view of the great Of doll en ae the fAMILl UNA yf X DOTY 19 P Jau Alio for kc tic and will 1 at added ri I lib V lu bin 1 i tiae THE 1 HERALD TUP THE AND ITU In Us H the rot Ihc W i Y Hi it i LO to gun ran ret thi und moil rt IB n to t not all oT I ui td Stt i but frc m fc I of tb and n w u of tl it t r mi tied to rio br If i ot i I no cnu r that ulis 1 i o find report In i tM It ro i hu M rujmj I li tna It ol In I t ha II HA I D Jiai Tor yean Id H aril t m i ti In th fati r the 1 i 1 MO C L O T H S TK It r IV n J In of tLc Iti i xt I nf thr i d to tho wires Whm tl Ulun tlo lail Will Bd will from at well MM from I will Hit e week in f ttc a it 7 in re t} The In Literature on the Mechanic I ArtB dnd financial iris I 0 rural and of nil d to nn m BJ pi ole I graphic ol tha j all a ow prl e One Three Its Tan 16 Anj number to ol lub AD LUI jf Hill he lent to club of tun T wanly in In one ear f 25 and any larger number at An I lerted in thr Vi eckly Herald Tbp n thrie par ropy Ton dollars lor hundred aud A Which u m th pible and bio r MR re of our r FULL Tor UH ltL FIT it and conti ft rg for Tnr ri n IT and r of u mid N w CUy N agon's for tb COOBS tVn apparently well deserter i fiom that Tin only operating in the are those Of anj NEW YORK 3 the Tribune nnd the World a sn inti mate that Mill succeed Mende on IIH never nil in Our bn hi wnH IH UN until he un- on the route in cecity mm that the Government will heed thi voice uf the nnd liike the i Advocate tnl E litor lie hen K U I rts tli it Ji hn on tho Iho in John wan only m ii Ti Hi fur un nf thu tune nml t il t he enlisted inn tho thn regret it El in tin One diw hint roosi He m hud ut the milln were m h n Hi with liny I ton IK in bemp mmle to u of Good in it tho JL Two of Dr Ad IT in temp u MI iu n and broken horn were run with on Ihn from Markut und Morrison Lawrence and and ono from ihu down Itii long bul une and lopped him Tbe over fence but vero very though it is wonder they won not killed W bate been ebawn by Dr M F this Gill a torn the mouth of Mn A lion of the j nearly Irom a very with Th li two inch an of inoh whiu Mr l of Ibu detached from the und wp off m nial Imd worki I ii timi HIIN nil ihu Inni El I M kl MM III ill i dm Culo Fin k fi w Uya Iml in I a in lln El n m bf foro rk 1 I tic fo i In n f ir I I Ii s I mil J 11 his illn f In gu fin tli tu the I hi i k lie will to kis or at re thr tho in n uf wiir fir tho null il it inn I it nnd I IP il hns been in put p rt in its style It it Iia is too init In fur ihu uf thin word to the rnr ni tho red to the eye of ihu amid who delights in the family white ami u cun be produced bj life of this The CT who not this article ami puts inferior ono to little mon fit ii ot Poor MAN'S nt he con be cured of by tht uso of Dr D U Liquid Remedy Ordi cusei by nne known three bottles to be required in mutt onsei The Washington II li understood nn will bt lo the lo give Gen k to it without Mnj port nnd the Limit Jo ami ot thu neru by the on their way In n letter f nm II i from Kt timi n the lebel ruid moit ut he snid I hups tlie will como on hern in which cHse I hope to a nt them nnd am refill y to n intu the works I would in nf firing 50 or 100 nf nt ihn rebel I they will wo Hto fully il for nn on with nut K single from nnd I n lunging desire to fii e n few at rebels W D to the late PITER would ihu of County that he IB m receipt of a well selected of Dnr GOODS Lodie Duals lints Cupat Stone Ware In reluming thank lo tbone who heretofore liberally patronized Ibis Store wo la do our to please in thu future We are receiving additions to our Stock every Iwo weeks during the Spring and Summer It ahull bo our chief aim to keep only the Brat quality of Goods Wve One Price and sell as cheaply as Iho times will permit In other words we will not ba on GOOD Goodi by any store in tho County w p April ISM 24 The city article there ie n great for Federal nl July JI p m The loss in the battle is not stated but in believed to be of numbers uf are lying be- tween the linos and cannot be yet re- Gen Butler sent a of truce to-day but wis refined by tbe rebel officers refused to Many here believe either their lines nru very weak nr they have ex move on foot nnd ore of its being out Tlie into vania mny be tho renson A of truce 19 now prevailing nnd n pone out to bury Iho dead nnd j only objections to Hoop Skirts vn the nn bring in the wounded The numbers aro I to the ns well ns the public especially in crowded assemblies church or in any crowd od tho difficulty of ia A and Great in Hoop J W Duplex Elliptic or double Steel Spring Tina of Duplex or two Stoel Springs braided firmly together edge lo making tho toughest most Elastic Fh and en- abling in consequence of its great elasticity and te place and fold it when in use ns easily and with tho same convenience aa a Silk or Dress It entirely obviates and the represented us being quite Urge YORK August 2 Tbe Commercial s Washington Gen Grant the on Po the fncl that Lee bus lent no considerable force to Pennsylvania From Army August 2 A special from to the in ft circular troops upon the brilliant attending the rinion armi in the late battlen In Iho buttle ot the 20th in winch tbe them and occupying 8 small apace This entirely removes the difficulty jiving tho usual un 1 form and the must stylists for the ir bouse dress together with nn endless variety ol kinds of Misses and Chil dren's Skirts for Sale al WRITES Go lo for yohr Drens Summer Bonnets Bonnet Ribbons French Unts one of the 4th corps j and of the corps were Bugle the total was In front of the 20th corps there were put out of the fight rebels rebels were ed by our troops and the wero milld to bury 260 2d of the even soven of colors In the of the the total Union loee was and 10 pieces of artillery rebel was 18 colors and arms Gen Garrard in his raid on thi Georgia R B railroad de- pots at Covington and Social Cir de and brought In 200 with a lots ol only two men On thr Ibe enomy on but Gen Hooker been retired from of the 20th corps bis own nd gone rth Silk Linle GloVes Tissue Vails Mourning Handkerchiefs Linen do White Buff do Ruffling Head Buttons Hosiery Silt Threads Dotted Muslin Bard Victoria Lawns Bishop Buck Balmorals Hoop Balmoral Gaiters Shakers The New i A item uf HyBlene my and of the Ha mac or Dietetic and Cookery and of Home meat Special auU knoWn Apul tatlo fat anl the f 000 B D prepaid by laBST M tt 3W N T all have luch aj by mare adapted to general Chan HAVING TO 1 JL cun ob tali the HIGHEST by calling at tne APPLETON TANNERY il B3 fll y H NKW BOOT AND SHOE ESTABLISHMENT IS m r HATS AND CAPS Al thu an Ih lepl BOOTS k SHOES GENT S UO aDj J Boots c s ir Id -en wi and ill tn order notice from t f 1 nir of 1 lion GAITERS Kill A Mt KK f Our Work Inn I j t I A L I of our own for wuK n AV ri HOJ II N B Rappleye Co GENERAL COMMISSION CHICAGO ILL anj N Michigan Avi nur I s n i y 12 1184 Jr 3 I to J ID 6 il Ki- ll na or Jl III i of II I r hr a tlir 1 1 Ifi U l A 111 I O 1 K Our ire H to fit Gondu it n ft CITY OF THE 20 ACRE BY Lawrence lu on nnw ill for term of rt i ovi rai of ren I tj i f II Wn JAMS will to tht t curt Endowment J La Ur 1 a HE HUMAN FATE cm of -A Nose fo wf flaTT thr Goodi th Skin with How to In At THE PHRENOLOGICAL AWC V R t Natural of Man na ud rf li ry ht infd nd N tu ifr the of toj or ol -n If and the lift to A with ft Joly Read PublliliMl j ip TUMID 12 a yen first prut ft i s stid FAY t r i
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