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Appleton Motor, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1865, Appleton, Wisconsin 1 THE APPLETON MOTOR BY XB far Iss i j I All VOL VI CITY OF APPLETON THURSDAY JUNE 8 1865 not lie Pali transient must be psM fur in At Bounty null nnd full H Hammonds rir Vital KJI B Boto A of i MC of County nt Wll Wisconsin All attended to al tin Ani OCO M Attorney nl Law if IMM attended to on i of AND LOAN 4 cahl titles examined anj a Of to all tin lal in i Hal prlo tunned of nil untold anj Appleton Bank H B WILLIAMS life anil an I Irian lo 1 r anil Surgeon roster City and Country County C W W R R Table On anil Mar farther will Have the la as fellows A M ii M ii ii North Honing n n P H The aid Pas will rut dally Included Train couth on dayi no farther dn Lao thai On aU other dayi Tnln al at with Titles fast anj South ITis II Day In A IT The tn hold and Valrs for Ihp lion nale or of srm I Mil and Produce anil fowls and warts of Ids Society are lo have free use of ih and all charted a nominal m Law Reporter Maj 3 1865 Reporter Before completing my report of be Con- at Washington D V waa received of in extraordinary suit ing in the Superior Court of Shire In the Province of to which place I at by thi route through Baltimore New Portland and Tht cur in ia entitled Snap Jonathan franklin ted Ii expected to take a prominent place in Yanke Jurisprudence not unlike that of vs among thi English to lo 1 of er will will rood of lit and Mr B Loun fill I his lint of lo Ihp both ou Gold PUH c J mil f rAY h In linn Moon Shod An I Hubbar ii Blook U-l fc n Ir n Brill ft at of r H Property Both in the City ind County art of frt Two hare come under our recently Dr M F Page hna bought lot recently occupied by HOD P H Smith's former residence Mene of fire for Benj W lin has sold hit farm in the town of dom for The action in brought under is called a Code of Procedure in thai province which all in as si between law and equity and he Civil and The De- of Counts the of a few of which ire with the of the subsequent relating ALLEK at }r null In Hooks anU i Ml iif II HOM the City a-i t f Ihp o ton intal Mnl r Of 0 1 Mending H nun KAA n n ANT r w nr COMPANY WH and 1 i IB of Po I 6 1 r unit anil lo II II lo K H Murmurs m of and Morrison AY L Till house In 111 nli ir one n II It II 1 HUB AMD SPOKE it I ft Co of Hubs Spokes Wor nd Worn to r Wr no I 1 UNION MARKET 8 STEADMAN Tho Old hM mot til loth ih Th M lih Ids lust or Bwf and of all kindi nnd Street ie doing n much work in putting down new Walks of pine four inches thick imbedded inlo earth with the Street They will not A number of new Side are being constructed Sec new New building tlir Apple ton nnd cnm He will plum for Booi Shoe Shop nf ths next tn m the Wont raining the up tn nnd if imp to tlir It that distance upon Mr lot Mr A hns bin lore building on dido nf it Ho also brought nn ft of and will engage in that neH Hli new ii a good one ot ita class ia light and Hope prosper in hli an Indebted lo Hon S Jr our for ft copy of tho Adjutant and other We nre in receipt ol HIP Report of the at Milwaukee n pamphlet of 32 of 0 P Hewitt Jr President Mre A J Mn D A Olin Com Ob the for the year among which we see from twenty different the tiei of Home The number uf nt the Home for waa I Thi Report ulw alls of lo worthy object and much other mutter The Home ii to be i institution nnd to help il funds Homo ii to bsj held in Milwaukee commencing June anj continuing un il after July 4 of all M at May 1st H HOMER'S NKW BOOT AND SHOE ESTABLISHMENT 14 IN MASONIC HLOCK BOOTS Shoe Boots ud nd lor I nil on n beit of 111 y ol Store nr A of l-K -I HM fMl II to IN OF APPLETON BY THE i lots of nnl nli Jin Churns O Pills s We of the Lawi ol week 4th At n muling of the of Applelon 1868 to for a Fourth of July M culled lo tho chair S Ja On motion That Fourth of July with thereto for your columns The first are in for as At and Counsellor at Law Solicitor in Chancery in Admiralty of Master in Star Chamber Krai Claim Bounty Pension nnd Agent nnd are itt tu 2 in 20 1st infra in 2d a1 the paid time when ic thp did not tube on ur any of the other in bnt nn ihu of u er and Buss the imt MIIid pi ff o bu n uf nut that hi Bull JU when n In tlir nnd living n xt to inquired of confining the ot n vicious wan intu I's could nut grl 111 lint wap iiuVped lo employ dog lu said 3d the never in any or tilings In nut tn MCI ai Mich under n recent law of tin wbn hnd held the nf if for nnl yenn tn in nny of the ur m ni out nr any of li arning nr and tlie in held n Court of by any rightful ly but usurped the office In an obscure when the inhabitant could not to hia pretensions demurs tu the third plea on the ground that the fact of hie holding paid Court ni in plea constituted snid an officer dt faito and that his right could nol be questioned in suit In the to thr 13th Counts inolusife the nF the Jef i fur council fee in milter of North Sea and Antarctic Con Life Fire and Marino Insurance fnr fnr dollars Insurance on defla life 40 fulina on um which oat by getting in- aured in another Co than tbe one win for far guarantee that tht Co would not fail during tlie ance nf the for amount K liloh would entitled tn on ol under and lo by fulling to insure in laid Co Deft pleads non api that wna Jor one f doing in nnd the eft to mure in whatever solvent Co would take il rilk nnd n sav vrhat be the cost in his nt a print d form in win written 20 uf tbe rink tn enable o give him eaid informal ion ai to rhe oil of That deft did he tad to in Another mid Jo That true il ie thai willing or a small In guarantee the Co but deft never asked or guaranty Tht 21 it to counts id for ol ng und or of dog through and fi r mid dug by Deft indignantly deniis that he ever red words SOlh Thit laid had falsely and maliciously of i hat seat Me noti am m thereby meanly in- Miat waa uniformly unhappy Deft demurs on tbe ground that laid words do not warrant tbi construction alleged by the deft and of thi that hi would not dare lo bring his 2 In a jury of the thereby baiely thai hie wax nol of damage to of more than wo shillings when deft well hip character had by a jury at sum and at iti juil value Deft De injuria That thi deft and laid that he would not dare tn bring nny Blunder mil in his own name for fear be would have tho cunts of the other to pny aa well maliciously ting Baid would hie a common informer thi Graud Jury of the realm the public ex- pense Deft culprit That the deft falsely and and concerning tho that his election to n court uf UBS Hn arid fraud on the people arid that at said election he diol nut receive a of votes fmm the in when the deft well knew inid was according to law and that ho did receive half a sooro of votes nn I in fanf received the vote of every elect or who knew of the Deft Whole amount uf claimed 000 From this meager report you can gel but an imperfect Jen of the whole caie tho of which in awaited with in- terest by the nation The would be tried nt the prevent tirm but the being Justice of nnd ex Master dt Star Chamber is tu have an order nil in the till there is time to the deft nnd hn criminally in- in the Court of Bench winch indictment ii to be Ui ruse nr PKI much thereof an to ot Have arranged to forward the of in this onie when it ie Yours T R P following are the relied upon in by the That there Ve and hereby is appropriated to E S Turner the sum of tu for for Council Chamber On motion to adopt the Yeai and Nays were called with the following result Jackion Proctor Hutchinson Willy more Barker Allen and Welt 8 voted ye in the negative none Petitions of R Z and others for side walki from John St to North side of College Avenue on the East side of Lawe St was presented and referred to Aid of 1st Ward The following accounts were and allowed M follows Ward fund A H Flart James N Heath eneral rand T W 1 Vases 101 W 8 Warner OB motion to appropriate the several amounts tho Yeas and Nays were culled with the following Jackson Proctor Willy ker Allen and West 8 Voted ayo in the negative none On motion the per diem of the Street Com- missioner was fixed at 00 per day when actually employed A Committee of the Cemetery made a al report to the Council and on motion the Mayor appointed tho following gentlemen iv Committee on grounds Messrs 00 5 3 00 8 M NO 27 We Believe in SECESSION PRICES To become more fully convinced of truth of statement call on White who hss Reduced Prices on Dren Goodi Woolen W D WHITI Fob 1st 1868 reaper faper A new and stock of Wall and Papers can be found nt Turner Bookstore People's Established SALUTE DOUBLE The Hardest Blows Yet C J PETTIBONE Having returned from New York NEW FAY HUMPHREY i 560 Wind Mill Co 3 Don M Quirk tt n At lit Warren ITT TP linn 4 03 Id TI 12 Common Council COUNCIL CHAMBER T 7 r I music cannon a procession and Fire Works The low ing Committee of A r men ti were appointed Capt J H Marston A L Smilh H U W M M D Maj G N Richmond J S Buck Henry Turner J W U A Albert Phillip Col H L H A S Ills E C Guff TAud Lieut J 0 M U E L K 0 I Went Aid Allen C mi Orator and 8 L Fuller T R timid S Ryan Jr Committee on Allen C Pfennig On Wednesday lasl met Capl in Chair and iht to bj we shall wit of natal treatment dn ing liii natural being only 5 old fur and of dog while Differing from def Def i ett factum Also thn mud was a cur being ol and and no teeth nnd that the bark of mid dag wni he for Hi intu def furden and there with impunity leg nnd dog wrrr nnd a tn ihr a bv ami without any uf ilic left inid in a dog teai not but that laid tta eret baa and if All tbe after the for tn been by The Count to the that said defl hud and ma of thai he Mid poor but thereby to by barely insinuating thai wai of limited means and when Mid def I thai WM tn affluent OM aod Had nry BMb men tbu Council met pursuant to Resolution HOD the Mayor Aids Jackson Willy Gilmore Barker and Allen Minutes of Preceding meeting read and approved The following were presented and Allowed No rued II B Williams DO Ward I 0 800 Word 00 Tune 114 76 j Bjan k Uro Ill 187 fund II n Williams 2 28 1 18 n R Z Mason On motion to appropriate the several amounts the and were called with the following result Jackson tor and Allen 6 Voted aye In the negative nono Bonds of E H Graves as Marshal and Street were presented and referred to on finance Committee on City Physician recommend to of Dr S L Fuller for ensuing year commencing May and tlie wis Committee on reported the em- ploying of Tho's to tend in 4th Wurd at 95 cts per day ring the season of navigation Report Fire department recommended the ing appointments D White lit An't Z Patton C J 3d J H Marston Wardin lit M Id Byron 11 3d Z Patton ii 4th John Brannan And tho same was confirmed by the Council On motion the Mayor appointed Messrs Gilmore Barker and Willy Committee on B U Aud Means Jackson Allen and on County line Road Messri West and Barker on new Road to and Willy and Allen on Greenville Roads On motion Council adjourned to Friday May 1865 at 7 I- J B BOOK Jackson Barker and Willy Committee on finance reported back the following Bonds and recommend that the tame be approved Bond of T W Briggs as Treasurer Ion Ballard and 0 W Spaulding sureties Bond of E H Graves as City 0 W Spaulding and Wm Rork as sureties Bond of K H Graves as Stieet W S Warner and G W Spaulding as sureties On motion the report of the Committee was adopted and same were approved Committee on business to whom was referred the petition of August Steffen for Saloon license reported the same back with a that prayer of tht petition be refused and the report was adopted On motion Council proceeded lo the tion of a Pound Master which resulted in j Mr Graves having taken tbe oath of office was instructed by the Council to provide a temporary Pound On motion Council adjourned to Tuesday May 16 M J S BUCK COUNCIL CHAMBER j May loin 1885 r M met pursuant to adjournment Present his iron the Mayor son Proctor Hutchinson Willy Gilmore and Allen That the Bridge Committee be and nre hereby instructed to finish the vine Bridge on College Avenue according to the original contract or otherwise as they may deem best for the interests of the City subject to restrictions of the and the same was adopted The following accounts were presented and allowed as follows No 1st Ward fond S 18694 60 21 ii 61 10 i 1P7 General fund IL 39 88 i i n Hanchett 9 00 On motion to appropriate the several amounts the Yeas and Nays were called with the following result Jackson Proctor Hutchinson Willy Gilmore and Allen 6 voted aye In the negative none On motion Committee on Bridges were in- to close the bridges on Court and excepting for foot passengers First Ward Aid reported back petition for de walk from John St to North sido of Col- jo Avenue and that the prayer the petitioners be granted That there be and hereby is ft side walk on the east side of reet from John St to North aido of Col- ge Avenue six wido nnd according to in No 24 On motion to the Yeas And ere culled with the following result Proctor Gilmore and lien voted aye In the negative none On motion Mayor appointed Messrs Barker and Allen to examine nd report ways cost of furnishing water ir purposes On motion Proctor and Pound er were appointed Com in relation to site a pound and construction of same 06 motion Council adjourned J 8 BUCK AUK NOW SKI UNO OFF tire or ftt that mu to the buyers Ike DRY GOODS MARKET CUSTOM IN APPLETON R-r T Is with AMERICAN GERMAN and FRENCH and Which they In tht ough and ku TO OK ALL to Boots db ALL LADIES and from t e bed of that competition HATS and GEN anil many styles of Cnpf HaU thi more staple styles ou band GENT'S A FULL Hosiery and FuLl lint that will tho moat SOME HARD BLOWS JUST NOW PRINTS Council met to adjournment not being u quorum adjourned lo Monday May 15th Council met lo his Hon the Mayor Jackson Gilmore Bar kor Allen and That int mm of one hundret be appropriated to pay tbe balanc due the City for hit endin Hit Taat be drawn for r uae and paid ia i ter maturity That and hereby i appropriated to M A the anm uxi 15.100 for boarding April Community far tlie Very Liberal of thr lait SIX Veara WF art Otf no effort on be to merit a con- nt tlie an MIC SUGAR BOOTS Knocked PRICES Like Crockett's Coon FAY A HIM PURE V n May 111 1866 i Best Custom Kip j Boots worth per marked down to STOKE STORE I Splendid and i pair Warranted Street Notice o OF of Loti or of land or asy In the City thit hM been S Steinhardt Having thoroughly F BERNARD'S OLD STAND And a STOCK of YOU are hereby notified to repair clean tbv In front of your o nf the within 20 from date or thi will be at the or thi otl K H J title R WARD To ot of Lots or lands Ing or abutting on South Bide or College from side tti street to the of YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED TO and In front of reii to he aod on ID my office and to the or the Street Commissioner on or be- fore Wth day or June or tile will be dohe by the Street at the of Mid Dated lone 8 1 K H Best Prints worth 40 per yard marked down to and 31 Delaines in Dress Pat and beautiful worth 50 eta per marked don to 37 Public Commissioners Family Stone Ware Yankee attention of the ol Appleton and Count II relpectfully called tu the same we SHALL TO MAKK IT TO TO HUT OF Iff la oui Motto BERNARD'S OLD STAND side of College S May lit For the next Sixty days shall give our customers a GENERAL BENEFIT IN THB WAY or of BT authority of the and landu tbe Clerk appointed by them for tbe purpose ot belonging to the State buj lo law and vlll I'll at public auction nn Friday Jane SOth m tbe IB tbe County of amle abool 30 Smith Me Neill Co MERCHANTS CHICAGO ILL Clark St 8 I Cor Water MADE OT- SMITH J r 3 COME AND SEE 1 fc 71
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