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Manitowoc Weekly Tribune (Newspaper) - July 9, 1862, Manitowoc, Wisconsin LATEST NEWS GOOD OFFICIAL y T ii 717 in SUCCESSFULLY COM ff tUc of flw So ami lUc BUT ONE GANNON Terms always in Advance Eighth Street j TTT T l WEDNESDAY JULY 9 1862 VOK a NO 0 lorc ap I HIGHLY IMPORTANT BATTLES n cis or since of j seventy or BE 17 Stan Captain ul Htt INSUU ca o revi EIGHT Monday on cue i of Bays THE REBEL ATTACK ON EIGHT i 150.000 At on 15 ACK i cf osr Amy i AFFA IK HUNS CA I Five to to An of nnO A V -I MO op- j on lift and i to i AnV j-c in Reaching James j fnin j Aft or hard to tho Volunteer has ibo i dispatches contained loiter from a Our indicated a reverse to of j of our arms aud aud ruin a recent of this wUo wus j To Jay tllo looks Wo ly iu killed and but our in probably less thau thai of the my and only one gun wan captured lusted ot ten us reported Tho of Qun led at tha of Tair Oaks Mr II woo a limy 1 June j custody disbursement of fund and he nnd his sureties shall bo upon his official bond for the sate keeping and proper tho saine Sot 2 Each railroad corporation created by or organized under any legislative of his stale which has taken lor any portion or all of its capita stock or any person for tin use or in trust tor any such company shall have taken provided tbat lied shall not be for a greater amount tharf designated in the following CLASS Upon instruments described in section four of this as entitling iho holder thereof to liens upon said fund given to intrust for the use or in aid of the kee and Mississippi railroad company and Kenosha and road company bearing interest at tbo rate of ten per cent per annum the lien upon such fund shall to for ty per of tbe principal of instrument with interest at tho rate of six per cent per upon such ninety per cent ot said from the time the same shall become a such fund as provided this act except as ded CiASS soWr capture ot Oun Magrudor comrade passed with Others leaves tho balance i of lls from usto aul ofi f stock m notes or bonds secured bj from i m our aud thc mortgage upon real estate in this o brief to j holly contested a nig n and j of complete well iti aud which shall huyo been by such corporation sold or otherwise disposed of for the pur funds to abolition ritata privileges and franchises of railroad corporation by operating such rai road assenting to this act within iht limits of this state shall annually pay to the state treasurer for tine lisu said fund twelve per cent ot the c k i C rx manner d in section six ot to the I a fund ho of thn linN of or by upon real in lair which or to any railroad ny in I or to any or Til of any i i s In- j j ol anj w lar i i i I 1 in I manual cl and L i rhr nl fur np mi K-r u i lo Ihr rtv iv 1 l i i f r 11 i l i i i i i i i I- 11 t i i i i 11 of out n wtny as in ihu passim died company either absolutely or lor tho such company Hoc The amount by any railroad into such sinking fund in of this act bo applied 1.0 payment nnd of Mitch of itil in four of thin act an railroad cor- or by the railroad who and o In: railroad corporation uo paying into ouch lurid iii in lair portion lor in thu uf thai till uf ID anyone n in an I U.iH oi lav lann nnd nl 1 11 I lull I i II 1 i H i it i V i I i u r I I I i i i 11 I it i H i i i ii In ii i il i iti i lij U li I ul H lli n i I t i M Iu an- li jt II Ihi 4 Upon all instruments so said described in sec tour of this given in trust for tho use or in aid of the Milwaukee and Mississippi toad company bearing interest at the rate of eight per cent per all such instruments for thc use or in aid of thc La Crosso and railroad prior to issue of one million lars of the stock of said com- pany in trust to Garret Vliet and upon all such instruments given to in trust for Ihp or in aid pf the Milwaukee and railroad com- pany and tha and Wolf river railroad company secured by upon real Lato county nnd south of that in Fond du Lac and the lien upon such fund shall bo fur seventy per cent of principal of said instruments interest at the rate of six cent per annum on such seventy per of said principal from tho time tho same shall lien upon such lund as provided in this act as hereinafter CLASS Upon all birch instruments uo asr aforesaid described in section four of this act secured by mortgage upon real estate and not included ia er of the above classed tlie fund shall be for lifty per cent of the principal ot said with six per cent per annum upon such fifty per cent ol said principal Voin the time the same shall become i lien upon such fund as n this act except as hereinafter vided Sec 7 Every holder and owner noto or bond and of lie kind and description mention Ar section four of this act and of a bond to which if any as col- security or ind had been hall upon with the visions of this act become entitled to out of tin paid into said railroad bond and mortgage sinking fund by tha railroad ty or its proper representatives or the person or persons controlling or managing its property to r to agents or trustees of company such note or bond aud were made jilted and delivered annually a pro share to be by the board if commissioners until the amount noto or as prescribed in or liis fully paid he first made shall bo Applied to the arrearages of tit no compound interest shall be Sec S after ny have accepted hid act tu ho a fur iu in tho city of ia one cr published in city of Milwaukee in one newspaper in tho city of York anit in in direct 10 holder and of a noto or bond and of tho kind any mentioned n section four of act who fail or oct to with tho if net within six of not by tho railroad r person ur for thu samo to r in aid of which noto or bond was wu given or by ih u to tho benefits thereof and aor by iny ahall iu tho Manic manner iu tha saaw is net Sec SI holder and owner of a nots r and as uiny t any time after thu dny of tho net nnd at nny limo within sis liio of thu act by such company for unto or bond and viu deliver and lo the saul of at l heir office ia tha ity of nolo or ai to the emus were to him or deliver to said u ion piuco ol executed aod in orin of law in each us to cancel and such of und proof us timu when nnd porson from whom note or bund nnd tho amount for thu r with the ol uod if u not tlm then hu rove to the u anid board how o thereof And it it mil and tat note or and hy thu holder uny ID board ol tu proof in tlm muy ol Ibe iil in u itm tiling no at tlm time Tin upon the of Imt lilt tO nl nru to i to j iu oiul aud fund a in bj lliu und liy in fin Od In nc w nl any p OF I1 WHIl Ml Kt Iti jf PW M tf Ml rt IH H lli titi iiii lit ft
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