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   Appleton Motor, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1864, Appleton, Wisconsin                               THE APPLPTON MOTOR. KMtHV Tilt MD AY, HV K. ItOMN. K TWO A YEAH, IN ADVANCE. or Un EwentlaU, UWITY-In Nen-Cwienttols, LIBERTY-In All CHARITY." CJlty and CJountvy Appleton, OuUgwnie County, Wixxauin C'hur rl a' ilir Inat meeting of linn ilion will founil KM the ihn mm !e u( in iliivs IIMIIU It will bo fuund inti reilinj; lit- ilpt.ri.Tic" nf it II in.I ill UlOluli we tllltik lllllt llll! n fun no d> Mi. Kun.inll lo like Diilkjlni if Uiilk. i linrj; limy n wroi jj n IIH lo value. Iru'.li if, luu Irev 11 Imr ly, A gno 1 butirur, fruit cxni IK-nl for jk i niul luli-rahls for cniing bin liulili ID ono jruiM it is n ni i In ond suon drjcuys, jun 1 I ut u fi w diiyi. Dr hru  Humphrey, winch is lo br net up led by J S. Lester ns a Drug and Book Store. More DUcovorloK. Since our Devil found tlia lost rlnppi r, bojii li'on icuruliinif llie rivm n bottom for Ironsiiro and a day or twu since, two of Item found twu Jnok ulia nr, om eifchiy, lliooilier eighty cnht foil lung, and worth n foot, jusl below where thi old snw mills at the Chute hurn- oni for iwu dollars and the olhur fivu dol- lar.. They belong undoubtedly to Ihe old mill owners shoul 1 be ret irncd tu Ilium Orent ol t'urpi t Democrats art invoking lurgulj in carptt IK.IIJI One denier In town lulls ui thiil he ban Sold inoro of the arlic'i1 unco the oil! for mm, limn in a 3 vnr before A. Contribution. Al (lit meeting last Sabbath eYOiuiitf, for thu benefit of llie freemen's Commis- sion, twenty-five klollnrn was contributed, though there was but ft mnnll sltcudanofl OD aocount of tlio itiolemonoy of ninth- er Tl.o Itnoortln. Lhe O'hkdnh Cnurier has beon publish ing OkmiploK rucorJ of tha p'r formed by mcli raenibi of Oo. E 2il Keg. lha is the rttord of Itie iwu bnjs whj pent fiopi Cily, in llml Compiiny Lewis A Fifir. Appninti''! 21 uf luc Kig 1, Ilirnm S Driimer Fur RUM 1  o x- Y CLOTHES-WASHERS ARE SrXPLK, DURA.DLF J. WASHWIG EASV, CLOTHES. 1864, 1864. wan at least good condition. In the battle of the 20lh tha rebel loss KlsT YoMMMlli r lk ,M j IrRiBND DOTI taut ImfJrotr-omot of rmr Our army i. right on and ,n j At II Is now all tlmt it IB mere cinTenionl, ard more clothni Ht onra tl.an the other A little illDJ girl o M kill >ears unef It, nuil nn lurali 1 !ad> whu htfl to lit dnw i lo work ranwauli with out fatigue i oik hart- won bltiiiilngi a I the wokuou about thiB UOUBI bi. kha oil, ItuBINJuS After long use In Iin fsiuilr the Ret Wm V V A Treasonable Organisation In Indiana. INDUNAPOLIS, July 30 Mortun haa thfrpnb- lication of an officml report made to him by General Currmgton, Military Commander Circular No. 27, current .erfei from thii ot thli district, cuntuiDinu u full eipo.ition of a secret pohticnl orJer untngnnieiio to the Government, onlled Sons of of winch H. II. Dodd, ia Grand Commander uf this Slnte, Horace Htiifren, Deputy 1 am, sir, vory respeiitfiillj, Your (ib't "pfvnnt, 8 FRT, Mnrnhii General. From Grant. Saturday nifrht a mine wm czplnil e 1 under A rebel fort in the deforces nf PP Cummnnder, and W. M Harrison, Secre tnry The officers of tlie United Slatei C. L. Vallnndigham, Supremo Grand Com- miinder, Ilullowuy, Dcruiy, Dr Mas man h-.t ia n nsoner of War, in- Fnx what a mighty channel ciiruiMiitiil in hut jilaoe, Libty of tummerte ll is desiined tu iJc, and even I'riHi r, nt Hu lininn I He uns enpturod nclv WMIO Iho hloumerji dully rounil on ihu h n. ut J mi with some eltvcn to nt llio ilockn, nn even if "top to i thcrs Ik i ul HI undid Ilo tho ihu nloii'i uf Irtiglil thoy oiintH n imniHii frum n ihe nrnij, "clLr u( c UP tlie nfsregilt thikt Is new in thi 'inn or tin i mmy Mtotor'ej Tioll tcrabnrg It was demolished, tin wmK the 8ei dirt 300 feet m tho air, bury.k aiiuen guns and aluioat annihilating a regiment Seorelnry W. A Bowlee, L Andrw Ilumphrey, nnd occupying it. YORK, lug. 1. B. Wnlker are Mitjcr-Qonorals for Indiana Rumors that General Kelly Imd routed n foree of rebUs near 'Jumborlond on II lj" lhc tllrt Tho Cnptnin of the sleiimor Citf of Hud- ij are fully ounfirmed Ihe cnemj son, who luft Fortieaa Monroo ccnterduy commanded bj Mo T., llf whnle WCBt w, '1 hu Credent of the 2 Jtlult lahun hard, fluw It, bink, II be strewn by drawing r itt i iiml being a good Ooul, to mnko thu publii Inhi've llml leu printer! I not lufl our employ lo ervo Ihi'ir country in tho But tlmt vt'iainn it known vnry little nhoul in anuie roxpucts, i utlierp. Tho fuclt lire p prerariLalPi in us we slut- to fivo having Olllbll Mrul villiigi's and miiniilni.tni ii'i, itlun unn- n in shot of cauh other f oni it> "ource to its mouth, nnd will bk> the iibmle of millions of Its waters will bear steumurs by scores upon then bosom, will Snht to nmrkit the wrnlth of tlie soil of IM! mam, town, Minnnota, arid Stntks afternoon, that PresuJent Liluoln ond n r> were CiiUHlond, after n .evere fight of u niuh the vory life bio id of IIIL- Siato, n iv n r> i i hours' duruion, were comf letoly vimquish obb Rnj I were oonwlunon at that ed] ,n our hnnj8 ul unplug nnvihing winch inn bo pluo nuniborof wngonn, and it vn.t amount plunder whiob they hud neiicd in Pccn njlvnnln They t retreats) in tho direo Inkei llinseaie not 9th corf" a otdtrti. and th did a day's work on thu Cruet nl Must uf tho olliern wi. nnmftl Imd, Bt conic tu.." n, fcr 1 nn I r, tl IILI Its Stippi A gentleman who ipent yesterjny with n i noy t.nrn retreats i in tna uireo Gen Grunt, represents him ttif ha m good of Qlcituwn, and General K.llay vigor ['irits and oonflJenl of ultimfttc succcne NBJV YoiK, Aug 1 Ihe Post's WuithinKlon upeonil snys da- tiiln of Saturday's oporutions hi fore Pe- tersburg hnve been They may bo summud up AH fo lows After tho mine exploded in front of ihe nualy punned theol. I lie who were recently infesting Before country, ure suppoied to have jur.o t'ovrirda iluncock. turn ilia'- it Kynn, I tin m W nnmeJ A 1 ai on 'In pitrl lie tu- k, i Ilw up. culrili If not resized in our run nil rtmLMiibcr the thrill of pkiia ure which ue felt, niiout yciim ngn, nn 1 ihi. nl tbe uncouth einrn whpel "tenmi r mimedmtely opened a ternfio fir. jt imtjosiible for our troopa to with r stand such gkllmg fire, and they (VI' back in good order, bringing with them nl ihe lime u in tie> 1 Iml hn did bi.ar in ihr acrviur, sml rt prvivnt- id ihe Mutnr iha lieud nf it, in THCI tu ad Anilnilint litter frnm linn in week's Mutnr in pronfof llm do chum llmt CJ D Elliot, not wilhstnndinK I'l liiirnml triule in Iho Crercinl UI5' P, lift our ruiplov to jinn thu llrinj llml he more tliun poianly i inplnyi d un tlic> Motor. For tu iiiunlli. lufi 10 lie enlipled lib had not work ed on llie Cii'ftii'nl. During Dec IMjO, and Jan wns emjlojid in linn In Fi h 1801, In ID Slmwnno llu retnrni I in M iy, dr June n Aquills, m. r, i nrinonerH. ihe Mmnniippi River, wn. Iho bngaie of colored troops wore thin greeted at our docks by the voiue of cannon and the heiirly grei ting of our people, and if we louk bai.k upon theypnis which have hince parsed, and pee the annual ratio of in- eri of boaiiieMB on the F ;i an] the in crease of population c f the Fox Puver Vnl ley, we w k 11 discover tnw tiniei' e e pnij limn d me not UB lar off as might be 1 A f w days unce R cargo of flour fiom McGn nor, Inwn cnmu Ihinuxh tor ship- ordered to charge SIT piecen of Ml mlo our bands but it win iraposulle to eztricnte them from the ruirm onuaed by the explosion The loss of tbe cnmij is very severe A South Caiolira regiment wai blown into the nir, and large tuinibers killed. Oena Bartlett and Wild were captured by the robele. OmplnyiHl on the Motor, nn 1 iniiln ui d HI moril Qrton to the oust It plun until nbunt ihu 2Jd of Jii.n C. m ,hl} rollle ,ts deetuatiur puny bo went in ularlud If join lU mint Jnl> 1st, IhGl ucvor ohiiniLd lHirilon j H Vi as our in thu it tliiin if it Im I by mil, will surely i And if lie hid Im n n Crenuunt more ufler it Tho enliug! ment of WAKHINOTOV, Airg 3 Three hundred rebel cmalry viaited Ha gentown, Irint Friday, burning a tram nnd Nome fi eight E u 1 v ci ossed tbe river the same rfiTOniy'li 2 7- rncr He now holds Martinsburg and BUT- rounduding countrj The Atlanta Appeal of the 24th admits ol Six thousand in the buttle nf the 20'h nnd siiyn at llie rate of fighting ainod II tod took command. the rebel army can be annihilated in tbrio weeks A foroign arrival reports peace ncgotia- t ona as probably commenced botvrren tho Danea and Tho rebel army is now in front of Peters- burg. Mabon ID view of the great Of doll en ae wrll the Tbui kbau tlio IUAL! >nw fAMILl HAVt UNA FKWH H4MFAITOK1! profilf yf X >f DOTY 19 Borkmnn P. Jau Alio for aalu Drjrpre, kc. tic and will (1 at added ri' I lib V lu bin 1 i tiae CLOTHING! THE 1, HERALD. TUP lil> THE AND COMPRFHENb- ITU raciln.i-9 In Us H aae-ixlon cDftblci the I'ro prict rot Ihc W i Y Hi it i LO to gun ran ret thi le-lcst und moil rt IB ItiforinRli n po-'iblT to t obtalrrd, not oulv frmi all oT I ui td Stt. i, but frc m fc I purfB of tb worlj and n' w UHTH! u lltrv LXprdltirn of tl r> povt.rntiuot, rnvo it. [a t r mi tied to rio Bpot uncoVornl br If i ot i I tloni, aiid no cnu ouiu r that ulis 1 i o find report In i tM i.c niins It llii ro prlcnr i >ortuu hu ilrcd M rujmj I li tf1 tna ntnfn It" ol corrunp nJetits In tllp I t ha II HA I D Jiai, Tor yean li< Id H liluli o'lt.uii, aril t m i ti Jen.ru In th fati r the. 1 i 1 MO C L O T H S TK M.trkc  citnfl ntly rts tli it Ji hn hlitukcy wns I'rt'Hnnmn on tho CrcMtrnt. Iho WLiiL in lilt? I'u 21-t John ShoLkij wan only m ii Ti Hi Mriirk fur un muMt nf thu tune, nml t intiiiui il t" nt'ur he enlisted, inn ivi'iiihK l'rt'' tho pr.rif.fui thn CrurtLt-nlnn twtcr regret it. Oh.mn ijr El. Stoi-f, in tin hr-t Ciirnlrjr One diw hint viuok olt'ven roosi He wHiiin iipprnnuct m thi-i rffi.e, hud IcaJing ut the milln, were m lha. workml h ihun n vnur Hi with liny I ton IK. Aneffiiit in bemp mmle to u itulgQ of Good in thi.t VillHgB. Shuultl it tiLicet. 1'J, tho imrtiupntore JL. Two of Dr Ad IT, in temp u MI; iu jnvo n yunng and bnlf broken horn', were run with on Tuemlny Ihn ilarted from Markut Slrcol und, tlirougli Morrison, Lawrence and Onejdi SlMtti and tturiof ono wlietl from ihu buggj, rivur down Itii long bul fortunntcly une and. .lopped him. Tbe Ihrawn Okit'anJ over, ihe fence, but vero very liltlt injiirtd, though it is wonder they won not killed. DopoaU. W. bate been ebawn by Dr. M. F. this Gill, a diplherilio vntte i from WiiMliington Kt [hu timi' n the lebel ruid moit tlirimting nnjii ut, he snid "I hups llioy (tlie will como on hern, in which cHse I hope to a nt them, nnd am refill y nnv innment to n miinkcl ilihl f't intu the works. I would in puviliigk' nf firing 50 or 100 nf unrtrulgi' nt ihn rebel tiaitors. I liupu they will OIUQU nuw, wo Hto fully prepnii il for nn ultnok on with nut cRlluiK K single ttuldiir nvray from Cirnnr, nnd I Imve n lunging desire to fii e n few titium at llie rebels betore leavirjg W. D. to the late PITER Winri, would rcspeolfkilly uiform ihu ciiiiuns of OuUigitmie County, that he IB m receipt of a well selected of Dnr GOODS, Lodie.' FRDOJ Guodn, Duals, lints, Cupat Qroaerie., Stone Ware, In reluming o'ur thank" lo tbone who heretofore liberally patronized Ibis Store, wo promJM la do our to please, in thu future. We are receiving additions to our Stock every Iwo weeks during the Spring and Summer MMWOD. 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 under-wld on GOOD Goodi by any store in tho County. w, p. Appl.l.n, April ttth, ISM 24 The TinmT city article inys there ie n OOD- liuued great dememd for Federal nl AHMV FoTOMiO, July JI, p m The exuot loss in the battle vesterdny is not offioHilly stated, but in believed to be uljuiil 2.5UO exolusire of mnaing. Lkirpe numbers uf wnunded are lying be- tween the linos, and cannot be yet re- muved. Gen. Butler sent a flftR of truce to-day, but wis pmrnrtonly refined by tbe rebel officers, wlio ulso refused to eichango news- pnpers. Many here believe tliit either their lines nru very weak, nr tlmt they have SDrm- ex tknsive move on foot nnd ore nfrnid of its being fuund out. Tlie rnid into Pennsyl- vania mny be tho renson A fliiR of truce 19 now prevailing, nnd n pnrty hnve pone out to bury Iho dead nnd j only objections to Hoop Skirts, vn the nn bring in the wounded The numbers aro I noynnce to the wenrer ns well ns the public, especially in crowded assemblies, o'irringeR, Kiulrond church pswa, or in any crowd od pluee, frnm tho difficulty of contrauting Tlio IVew ia A A'ew and Great [mention in Hoop J W Jiradley'i Duplex Elliptic (or double) Steel Spring Tina mvintion oonsibte of Duplex (or two) Elhplic Stoel Springs, mgeuiously braided tighlly firmly together edge lo eilgi, making tho toughest, most Elastic, Fh xillo and Durablo hpriog kisail, en- abling llie wenrer in consequence of its great elasticity and SexibleneHB, te place and fold it" when in use ns easily and with tho same convenience aa a Silk or Miu'in Dress It entirely obviates and nilenres the represented us being quite Urge. NEH- YORK, August 2. Tbe Commercial s Washington dispntoh "ftjn Gen. Grant regnrdw the nttnck on Po tersburgas demonstrntinir the fncl that Lee bus lent no considerable force to invudo Pennsylvania. From Army. August 2. A special from Naihville to the Mnjor-Genernl oommnnding in ft circular congrnlulntes troops upon the brilliant nueceBSes 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 bkirt tho usual fjll un 1 symmftrical form, and the must stylists and- gmcefu! nppearanm for the etroet ir bouse dress, i'his, together with nn endless variety ol ntber kinds of Misses' and Chil dren's Skirts, for Sale al WRITES Go lo Wnirt's for yohr Drens Qoods, Summer Shuwls, Bonnets, Bonnet Ribbons, Rouclies, French B'lowers, Unts, 50th oorps, one divi.ion of the 4th corps, j Bra.d. 'Oimps, and pnrt of the corps were Bugle Trlmniing.Fliitcd Ribbon.Rid Gloyes, the total Uuion IOSB was In front of the 20th corps there were put out of the fight rebels rebels were buri- ed by our troops, and the wero per- milld to bury 260 Tlfe 2d diviaioa of the 4kb repuiaed "even a.- Bsultjand oaptuicd soven smnd of colors. In the of the 22d the total Union loee was and 10 pieces of artillery. rebel [oas was 18 colors, and imt.ll 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 28Hv Ibe enomy nwfc >u itMok on topui's oorps but Gen. Hooker been retired from eom- taand of the 20th corps bis own requott, nd gone n  B T.TniLL.St D prepaid by laBST MJIL, M' AdJreW FOWtEK tt 3W firoaaw.y, N. T. all the- puUlieUlenl wblofc have luch wjde poL'ularltj-, aj iegueJ by Fofrisneiid WHI.U, nfcnr mare adapted to general utlilij Chan riL1! ramprchtnilvr, HIDES! HAVING UIDtb TO b-hLL 1 JL. cun ob tali; the HIGHEST KAKKET I'hiri. by calling at tne APPLETON TANNERY. OctoBur il, 'B3 fll y H. RGMER'S NKW BOOT AND SHOE ESTABLISHMENT IS I> MASOMC III.IKK, Ml'Sr SIOKC UOOIh r.rnvht m KKRClfTEFS r VflKK Cf.crHf.Vt: HATS AND CAPS, Al thu NoTrltlm a< an Ih. "lepl. BOOTS .k SHOES, GENT S FASHIO.N UU.K oU.f UO Hookn aDj J idioa llnotB Boots diid c s ir Id -en wi and (ill tn order notice, from tin- bi-oi t. f n- ftbl) 1 nir of Pintn 1 lion GAITERS 8LVBALMORALS, Kill, IKI'ttT A Mt 'fH.f, KK f Our Work i  I s n nAPl'T.Eyp i y MCSMTI 12 1184 Jr 3 I to J ID 6 il Ki- ll na or Jl III i of' II O! I r >r hr a tlir 1 1 Ifi U l A l'J 111 I. O 1 K Our Kiit ire H to fit jnrrhM.'iJ Gondu wrre it Uant n ft CITY OF APPLETOIsJ. THE 20 ACRE TRXrT OWVEI) BY TITf Lawrence Lntferpit) lu on ArrnUFj 1ft nnw pinttrJ knlviLl 1-i leHft-iiu ill for term of yra- rt i ovi rai of ren winhlnt. I Jco tj i f II I] Wn JAMS, hl% iffcr AJkini'H rjtnrt, -rl.n will to tht btiti klndi t curt ur'np Endowment J La Ur Llpi, 1 a HE HUMAN FATE cm of PhjfltoKnomy, -A npir Nose, prifft fo ourB'tock, unrl wf afv flaTT lllnir thr Goodi Vrlow th. Skin, CompU-xtOn, with How to In At Churnctt-r, THE PHRENOLOGICAL JOTRNAL AWC LtPS iLLCITHaVTSD V R t Natural illHorv of Man na ud rf iticB, wittt li ry 'ht Tfini Mwn'n infd nd N tu ifr. vlth the of Hyitem Pbrrnol PllHtoyi toj or hcience ol Ihe Vwlfclfonr -n If and the lift to A Vrtlowii "with (ft Joly nutahcr Read) PublliliMl mobtMy', j ip TUMID fprm.it 12 a yen first prut, nnntp ft Wjsr i s N1 VAlIbKS, stid FAY .t r i WSPAPitk   

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