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   Appleton Motor, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1865, Appleton, Wisconsin                               1 THE APPLETON MOTOR. XUCBIDAY, BY XB. a.M tl.M far Iss i j ki_.oo I "1m OUTY-In Non-EMtentlaU, LIBERTY-In All CHAKITT." VOL. VI. CITY OF APPLETON, W1S., THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1865. CaiJe not lie ailillilnntl llnr 7ft (Pali transient MfevlUlmpnu must be psM fur in aa- tul BrlUBln ,'lotpl. Aluo, ft Atiyrluif at of JkpHlihtd Wftrv, r) H GollPK. Atunui'. Property Both in the City ind County, art of frt qurrrt ocmirrenot. Two hare come under our notloe recently. Dr. M. F. Page hna bought ttie lot recently occupied by HOD. P. H. Smith's former residence, tlio Mene of thelnte fire, for Benj. W. Ham- lin, has sold hit farm in the town of Free- dom, for The action in brought under wliat is called a Code of Ncv> Procedure, in thai province, which Hliolmhea all lech- niciklltins in as vrel si diilioation between law and equity, and he Civil and Criminikl Cuee. The De- claration eoriiiti of eefcntv-nini Counts, the aubilanoe of a few of which ire bere- lubmitted, 'ogeiher with the iub- Hfinoe of the subsequent plendingi relating ALLEK at JAUKMOiK, }r null In Hooks anU i I'alntii, (Ml., iif Al'l Wl> II. HOM, the City a-i t, nnil Ornr trtr "f Ihp o ton intal 1'rliili'r, Mnl r Of 0 1 Mending, 0-1 .H. nun BAR! KAA, n n ANT Lumfjiir, ___. r. w. inrur nr 1'iimi'p, COMPANY, Wnunti Wnn.1 Klorll, WH and pfoinplly .1, i our1' mnniifniMircror l..lofi.uJ K.lll.i. nasl nab- 9-1 IICNHV Ifrrr Ju.l IB r..r of Po I OrDce 6 1 iiniiHC. r unit iSnulh VoNlll-i. I'roprlilor Ul.i. anil lo II II onuVpnlmt lo Ihe K H i.nt auil (.Murmurs. .m of UolkJJ AT.nuu and Morrison AY. L. Till, house l nd Aclii.n t.o M >nd at May 1st, tiOi. H. 8.8TKDMAN HOMER'S NKW BOOT AND SHOE ESTABLISHMENT 14 IN MASONIC HLOCK. WKSf GKNT'8 PASH10NAULE CAI.F BOOTS Shoe.. Lnillp.' Boots .ud O.ltin; .nd Sho.s lor UhlWr.n'p rvn I nil on ruainn.oljr n ti-H frntn beit ofSlOflll of aailom-MiKlp Bo.ls .111 oul-we.r y ol Store "nr Hn.WnrHli'lnnphJ KlBtrtineed Worscssn A Apporlmtnl of Ch.rxis l-K -I TKUL HM. fMl II to IM1 IN OF APPLETON. OW.NKI) BY THE i.'" f.r leaJMllB lots of nnl lilkln. "nli JSJTO.VE Jin. Churns. O Pills s. Uenernl We publlih Ihilail of the Seiiion Lawi ol Qineral Ictirvit thii week. 4th Julj At n muling of the oi.iiene of Applelon lieiil 27tb, 1868, to prrnan for a Fourth of July M. Sic- GR.TH culled lo tho chair S. Rr.N, Ja., ehoien Seenlary. On motion, Keialeed, That Ihe Fourth of July ApplMon with thereto, for your columns. The first flre counla are in unsumpsK gunnrally, for eerviros as At t'irney and Counsellor at Law, Solicitor in Chancery, Prufllor in Admiralty, Juatice of Master in Star Chamber, Krai Eltalc, Claim, Bounty, Pension, Expre-a, Kl'Veniie nnd (ienernl Agent, nnd tlitt ilnin igCH are vnnmiily itt tu (2 in 20 I'lni ntoilniK.) Dul't pl-iula, 1st Asntmpiit infra in uiiHtfi 2d, 'I'bat a1 the paid time when, ic., thp pl'ff did not prrlvnd tube on Alturnsy, Ctninnellori ur any of the other tliingi nnnieil in si.id si'Vcrnl Oountu bnt noly onrni'd nn ihu of u curn- er Ornri-rynirin, 'and ivapeiinlile Wrrokcr Buss witlinut tlnn, llntl Hiniii' nftiT the 'niil 'imt' MIIid pi ff I'luimi'd (o bu n Juiilui uf AI-IZPM; nut that hi' nt'Ver inniiiilii'd Bull pl'ff pro- txMlHUJsli> JU fiislMtii-e when n nlrnnger In tlir cniinlry, nnd living n, xt npijrhlior to piiid pl'ff inquired of hmv confining the nwnrrahip ot n vicious whirh wan niihtly tiii'nking intu ituf 'I's thnt def'l could nut grl 111" dvxired infnrmiuinn; lint wap iiuVped lo employ pl'ff'B watoh- dog lu proicct said gnrden. 3d, Thnt the pol'ff never in any or Drofi'swiunul ncrine Adurney, otbcr tilings In puul Uotnts mentinhpn nut nspumed tn MCI ai Mich under n recent law of tin' nnthin izinp; ivny pprnuri wbn hnd held the nffli'K nf Juitiae if for nnl tlmn Iwn yenn tn prailii'e in nny of the cnpncilicn ur m' ni ioned, with- out exntninalion nr any p-utif of li arning nr ttlulity and llml tlie pl'n in fm-f, held n Court of Asuiie by any rightful nuihori- ly, but usurped the office In an obscure prucinct when the inhabitant) could not affunl to ri-isl hia pretensions. Fl'ff demurs tu the third plea on the ground that the fact of hie holding paid Court ni ftdmittoil in a.iid plea, constituted snid pl'ff an officer dt faito, and that his right could nol be questioned in suit. In the 9ih to thr 13th Counts inolusife, the pl'ff olivimi nF the Jef 'i fur council fee in milter of North Sea and Antarctic Con Life, Fire and Marino Insurance CtiOJpany, fnr drstting nppliimtion fnr thou-anii dollars Insurance on defla life, 40 fulina, oiimmimiinn on premi- um which pl'ff 'oat by dcf'l's getting in- aured in another Co. than tbe one pl'ff win agrnt for. far guarantee that tht Co. would not fail during tlie continu- ance nf the ri'k, for amount K liloh pl'ff would entitled tn rcceivr on arlj mtrnent ol under nuoh poliov, and nrbioh wns lo pl'ff by dei'l's fulling to insure in laid Co., Deft pleads non auumpiit nlno, api oinlly. "that J.l'ff wna aolioitor Jor one f aiveml rivnl Insnrnnce Oo.'n doing usineil in Ihe anoie Ic.i'dlily, nnd thnt the eft pl'ff Wfll nndentood. to mure in whatever solvent Co. would take il rilk nnd bfing unnble n sav vrhat wunld be the cost in his srviil 3o., Sef'l, nt pl'ffe requcel algned a print d form in wliloh win written abmil 20 ronla deiorip'ive uf tbe rink, tn enable pl'ff o give him Ihe eaid informal ion ai to rhe oil of iniurance That deft did, he tad rifht to, iniUre in Another wlilnh iffcred Mitir t'lan tlio mid Jo. That true il ie, thai pl'ff willing, or a small ouoiidero.linn, In guarantee the olvoney uf'naid Co.; but deft never asked or deeired euoli guaranty. Tht 21 it to 48th counts iooluiive, claim- id for eerviwia ol watoh dtni gnnrd- ng dpfl'egorden und 'or of dog through pl'ff's cnrcleeiineiii and neglecl, fi r nm'l thnt mid dug by Deft indignantly deniis that he ever ut- red aaid aapposjed words. SOlh. Thit laid i 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 Proclor on Eiut County line Road. Messri. Hntchinion, West and Barker, on new Road to Btookbndge, and Meisra. Willy and Allen on Greenville Roads. On motion, Council adjourned to Friday, May 12.h, 1865, at 7 I-. J. B. BOOK, Cl'k COCNCII. CUAMHKK, 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, Ail- Ion Ballard and 0 W Spaulding sureties. Bond of E H Graves, as City Marshi! 0. W Spaulding and Wm Rork as sureties Bond of K. H. Graves as Stieet Commis- sioner, W S. Warner and G. W Spaulding as sureties On motion the report of the Committee was adopted and Ihe same were approved. Committee on migcellsneona business, to whom was referred the petition of August Steffen, for Saloon license, reported the same back with a reccommendation that prayer of tht petition be refused, and the report was adopted On motion Council proceeded lo the elec- 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, 71-2P M. J. S. BUCK, Cl'k COUNCIL CHAMBER, j May loin, 1885, T.K r M Co'unoil met pursuant to adjournment Present, his iron the Mayor, Aid's Jack- son, Proctor, Hutchinson, Willy, Gilmore and Allen Kcioh'td, That the Bridge Committee, be and nre hereby instructed to finish the Ra- 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 lp.3_ ,i n Ollvpi Hanchett 9 00 On motion to appropriate the several amounts, the Yeas and Nays were called with the following result Aid's Jackson, Proctor, Hutchinson, Willy, Gilmore and Allen, 6 voted aye In the negative none. On motion Committee on Bridges were in- structed to close the bridges on Court and roerpert excepting for foot passengers First Ward Aid reported back petition for de walk from John St to North sido of Col- jo Avenue and rocommond that the prayer the petitioners be granted. Ktiolved; That there be and hereby is rdered ft side walk on the east side of Lnwo ,reet, from John St. to North aido of Col- ge Avenue, six wido, nnd according to necificatiuns in Ordmunce No 24 On motion to the Yeas And Nfiys ere culled with the following result. Aid's nrkson, Proctor, Hutohmson, 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 flre purposes On motion A1J Proctor and Pound Mas- er were appointed Com in relation to site a pound and construction of same. 06 motion Council adjourned. J 8 BUCK, Cl'k AUK NOW SKI UNO OFF THMR tire or Clothmft ftt prio.9 that mu to the cloitit buyers IIILIK Ike DRY GOODS MARKET CUSTOM CLOTHING! IN APPLETON -V R-r AI3S2S T Is v.ll auppU.d with AMERICAN, GERMAN and FRENCH CiSSIMEKES and BROADCLOTHS, Which they ntlll Minufaclurt In tht thor- ough and ku niamnr. TO 1IIF, KVTIHK SM1SFAHTIOV OK ALL >nj >t Uuit L.uaot.F.tl to Boots db Slioes, ALL LADIES and from t e bed of that competition HATS and CAPS! GEN. anil many styles of Cnpf, HaU, DeliilM thi more staple styles, alwajs ou band GENT'S FURNlSHtNG GOODS! A FULL RTOCK. Hosiery and Gloves! FuLl lint that will pUaro tho moat XATISF iCTOllY SOME HARD BLOWS JUST NOW PRINTS Itnoclied. IJo-wnT Council met pureunnt to adjournment, not being u quorum adjourned lo Monday, May 15th, 11-3 Council met pnrwaaat lo a4journmeni preaent, his Hon the Mayor, Aid's Jackson Proofoc, Hulchinion, Gilmore, Bar kor Allen and Miiolftd, That int mm of one hundret dollar! be appropriated to pay tbe balanc due the City Phyeioiim for hit latory endin Hit. Taat be drawn for r uae, and paid bill ia pieeenled i ter maturity Kuolmd. That and hereby i appropriated to M. A. the anm uxi 15.100 doBkn for boarding Qavi April tfc wwfc thlii Community far 95T tlie Very Liberal Patronaigo of thr lait SIX Veara, WF art, defer- Otf mlnrd thHt no effort on onrpnrf 8hnll be TrniitliiK to merit a con- ilniiance nt tlie an MIC. SUGAR BOOTS Knocked PRICES CENEBAL1Y, Like Crockett's Coon, Oomioag; FAY A HIM PURE V. n, May 111, 1866 i Best Custom tnndr Kip j Boots, worth per pnir, marked down to STOKE 1XKW STORE I Splendid and i pair Warranted. Street Notice. 'o OWTUTI OF ocaupunti of Loti or psatoeli of land JoiutnR or ftbiitilnijon asy In the City thit hM been graded1 S. Steinhardt. Having thoroughly rcfltttd F. BERNARD'S OLD STAND, And op.ntd a STOCK of G-OOIDS, YOU are hereby notified to repair clean tbv HTDP In front of your prFmliei. o nf the within 20 dfcyl from date, or thi tmua will be at the BlpeBnii or thi otl K H QRvVKS, J title, R. ISftfi, CammlfliiouBr. StCOfiD WARD To ot (Xoupants of Lots or lands Join- Ing or abutting on South Bide or College ATtnue, from thpealt side tti Morrlnm street to the Wtil ild> of YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED TO and CompleU filde-Walk In front of reii ecllTa premtsil, aocordlBg to (he plann aod ppefllncaltoni on ID my office and to the or the Street Commissioner, on or be- fore Ihe Wth day or June, or tile will be dohe by the Street CommtninntTt at the expensp of Mid Dated. ApplitoB, lone 8, 1 27-3W. K H. OHriVM, St.Cora'r Best Prints worth 40 per yard, marked down to 2S and 31. Delaines in Dress Pat and beautiful worth 50 eta. per y'd. marked don to 37 wl-2. Public taiale. Commissioners Family Grockery, Stone Ware, Yankee NotionB, attention of the CUliens ol Appleton and Outagaroie Count) II relpectfully called tu the same we SHALL XKDfiroK TO MAKK IT TO ADYANTAGK TO HUT OF Iff 'IAlR DEALIMi" la oui Motto. BERNARD'S OLD STAND, oatk side of College ATCHM. S DTKINITARDf Ap.lelon, May lit, 1BS5. For the next Sixty days shall give our customers a GENERAL BENEFIT IN THB WAY or of BT authority of the i-theol and UnlTentty landu, tbe Clerk appointed by them for tbe purpose ot pro- taotlnff belonging to the State, buj SriieU, accordlox lo law, and vlll I'll at public auction, nn Friday, Jane SOth, m tb< Kabamm Rlur jnil tbe Bndfr, IB tbe County of Oula- (amle, ritiy-Two HoomSaolil, Bnaaurlnl abool 30 1IS3 T.OAV Smith, Me Neill Co., GENERALCOMMISSION MERCHANTS, CHICAGO. ILL. OBeeNo.J, Clark St 8. I, Cor. Water MADE OT- OHJITR SMITH, J r. MrWRILt., 3 BMtTH COME AND SEE 1 fc. ,71', EWSPAPERl   

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