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Appleton Motor, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1865, Appleton, Wisconsin THE APPLETON MOTOR. BTBftT IMCMDAY, xr. flMUi tt.tt fwrMa laf AalwaBaaV ESTITK Ja UBJEIBT Y Itf A U DOUBtE ID anolhCT wa publish final Apflaton of tha additional Hue 71 mil TraB alem sjdret Uiiauals mtit aat4 la KLAHK If fMYD, HO ii Ibi DUU or tbx Wla. ClaL _ for VaetatoD, Bounty. Pay proaeeulecl; Insurance enVHJ L'elleollons mails anil Taiss paW Owlea OB Collegi Avenue, IB Hammond's eeo.4 Front nacns. Mm. B. 81MOI1. A. MAMKR, or LiTtLa t or Deeds. Ifot.iv Fablle, Clsln rear, 'sHeda; MoHgagee, ele. AaaleMa. ,ic OIU.AN, ol WLMoilln. All biiluii piompllr M. at ODlr bllldfaf, App Wll. U. MYKKB, aai County JadM. cf taan, Aa., atttBdH lo. Oftlflt on llto of Mario om. M. an and Kurjioo. OBoi onr _WH. BYRON Surgeon a fujl u paly of all thlBgslu hie line of badness, and pays particular attention lo Ihe Insertion of Tselh, both ea f Ivol and Qold Hale, ____ ______8-l_ Dealer In Staple and fancy- Drj.Qoo.de, Ready Made OlclMa Hl'MELL, VYholeaalv and ralall dealersln Iroa Brass, PleulihsJ anil Brllanlk Ware, 'loves, Afl. also, A general assort men I ofJapauned Ware, very ahaap for cjffM. College Avenue. AppleloH. 0 ALLKN ss Drafffllsls Dealers In Books and Stationery, fitney Av'.lolvt, Paints, Olla, ie., al Ike (Illy D. noun, PublUher and Proprlete.ToriheApr.eton Motor, and Orui'menial Job Primer, Moior or lloopt, Q. I. BUKWSTKK, fir of iinH glifti, M. R. BAHTKAIJ, B AND 8POKK, COMPANY; Dtaliln Wood Slook, APPLMTON HUB MMiufallurtl Dtaliln oo oo, ll.rJ-.ood tumbtr, Wll. Offltt al MIIK __ _____ _ ___ _ __ T. W. Ma.uf.olui.r of Putnpi, llubi. Applilon, .Vli abroad lollelnd and promplly Cmpty, WUocnda C. W. B, vn BBU aim. amay IBIB. UBIU nnmr aollee, Tralas will hwvethe Papal U aa follows: Going Soalh, Golan Sorlh, Trrtibl.L.. Morales, PajKorer' friO'A'.'tt The Morning FfjMeBgr Narlb, and BvaialBf tat- anger loau.wtllnB 4 Im'lili IbM if. 0> olbM Ult ran urlrlBi at ObIMm liM inn' I li'l. Onnd ud Btoei Jib Aptslal.ie, ftataurelky, Jama) IT. hold alaladMartel and Bloat ____ llca, sale ar scehaase of Carui lloak aad Prodau, d Mrehaelaa-and Manofaela an foods and warti. Meaibevs af lha todety are ta have via of: Ibegroaads, aadall clhafs el naaalnal fee oaly. Persons willing lo avail tin lallvti of the opper- Inally la aihlhll Ihslr prodails trill' please lha Beerelarn.[ r i Tbera will be a good aiieuda laa of naraoBl wllh- lagiobaj. Therefore let Iht rangers, Mrtbaales and tfaBufulurara raaka a go d dliplay. Uuffklt Jlrmtmltr Ifii Jm B. DODOLAI, Lovn laaaoT, Prss'l. ObriatlBn, Oommlnion. hiito work for tha Soldlara, to whiob aapoeial attention ie in- nrrrcniM t> and Ma.Mnlsla, I.ead of All of Casing, and vrrouiltil Iron for JHlls. arailorxl O" ehotl notice and In aelyle lo pl.a.e AH.., nianur.on.rer of casl Hroa and steel flows, Cultivators and Kelllas. Uab- bllt Melal MKNItY TimNEtl. ioplelra Livery, Boaldlog, Sale and Hachange glable. John.on street, Ju.l IB of Poll OBc., Applelon, 0-1 MC !fEILL HOUSE. Cornerof Aoplelon and I.awrenoe from Ihe Wisconsin. Jo.aiu Me Propilslor. 81 THIS House has I alely been refitted and opened lo the aubllo. II Ii noneenlrnl lo H. Deuol, awil a pleasant and ajleeabls Butisefor passengers. Ooinir of Oolltgt and Morrlaon. Slrotl, jr. M.. Thlt honit li In Iht bBtlnlii einlirof IkaCllr, lo IhiDtpol, ihr Colligt, and !bo Port OB.o. ll ha. n.wly Ihiouatioul, and pioprl.lor II dllltmlnid II lh.ll lank a flrll olailholtl. __ HUB AND SPOKE FACTORY toBailian, Ilialh of Hubi, Spokti, JYl Btnt Work and Wagon Wood Work 117. Ordtri tollDllid and proapilj allindtU to. Wo EBapUy TJ8-OPE.SED. UNION MARKET. S. STEADMAN, iolb. iiandoppo.llf ih. Bank, and ra-tllid lo ntaln.M, and ionf.nl. not. Tn. pJCIIl, .111 bo loptll.d with Ibo T.TJ bolt l olfrtoh Beef, oli PMltrjt SmolnH Mtali of all Mudf, OId TrWaat aad Maw, and "VOUK MKA.T kl Ibo attif. H. HOMERS MBW BOOT AND SHOE ESTABLISHMENT IB 1.1 JIABONIC BLOCK. WBBTt BVOBB. GBNT'8 fAHHlONABLB CALF BOOTS IkwM LwBti' BMIa ud Oall.rl; KooU and (of Oblldr.D'i aad all lo ordor, on ftaxiRablj ab nolloo. nnm ibabtilofHUak. Pair of Gallon-Mad. Botli will any nil If BitnlMtod WOTIMIB A Fill Aatortmtal of KKABT-MABll AND of out own Mil. Ohaffol BtaMnablo. G1VM OCM WOMK A TMIAL, Apelr.on, April ISM. (M) H. TCtiliaionN Quarlarly Mwting will ba bald ID lha M. E. Church of ihla plaaa naxl Juna 18ih, ai frjlowi i Lora at D A. M.; Priaob- al A. M.; Ooninanloo, 3 P. M. Priaohing In tha The funoral of Mr. children will be hild Julj 2J. 0. A. XNOLAKD, Patter. Tlntn Rnln I Lait Friday wa had a eaapla light iliowpra but not auHoiinl lo thirit; earth, and Monday and Tueadaj U waa u dry and parohid 11 Bui jrntcrday morning wa wwa farotwd by a ooplnua ahnwtr, and In tho afternoon with a rtfular thunder norm. Tha waUr fell In iheitta and run down lha alrarla nnd in turanli, Nalura waara a. Bountiful eiopa will bVaia the labora of the huahandrnan. Let all iiBiun ..jurv.r tTroiyhaJlarujabT'--------- t'l'operly MnluB. HOD, P, H. bmilh hu iold block in lha Ward, to Capt. H. Turner, Cunt. J, H. Mormon, nn.l Aid. S. R. Willy, for The blnak ia to be divided into three equal vnrta of 80 feel hunt enoh, and Ihe pur chiueri will oraol mald'e'noca on their rea- pcolive porlione. Wo bellefa Capt Mui- Ion haa nlreody oamuenced to build on hla lot. Prof. Kollogg hai bouijhl Mr. Ohildi' Rdidinsi) In Laweiburgh, Wa hare not lonrntd the price. Mr. D. Dlish haa an eligible lite for a reiiJenoo in lha 2d Ward, nnd will inmadiately oomminee Mr. Reader Smllb hat tuld aetiral lota 'n the block upon which tha 2d Ward school houie ia located. Andwthaarofa number of other aklaa. During tho pail iirao yiara of onr reel- denca in thcie parti no iuch aeliTity in tba tranifir of Real for unmwdlaUa eupallon and uie, haa occurred. Wa are glad to tea It. It Ii ac augury of a new ora in Ilia hutory of our Woodland Home. Where andfioio ihall wi aeoura a location upon which wa may place a lowly thii young Oily wa hate by etroomiUnoaa adopted HI our homi, and in whlofa, by In- duitrjr and frugality wa to gain u baneit and hoaonbU wharowa may ba teoura from Iba peremptory da- mandi of landlord! for rant IN where wa may dwill in our declining yaara, by tha blaaiinga of a A OHM t Shall wa erer reaJita Ihe full hnport of thoae worrla t Dollaquanti, look wall Ihal you do not Interpoee any obitaolM It ere to. Death ofO. T.Boynton. Mr. Obwd Thanlon Uoynton, of tha Town of Grand Obute, died in Swifwiek Hoapiul, N. 0., April 6lb, of a wound recited ID tha abonlder, Marsh 27lh, al Mobile, aged tf yttrt. Ha WM draflad rail winter, aid WM Wthfully perfcrtmlng hla dutiat M a toldltr of'tba'Colon, whan woundtd. Mr. BojnWn waa one of tha pioneer of Graad aonde- taul and MtiTt of III aniferaalry by hla neighbora tod WM aa He a family ud relatlraa IB Grand Ohote, to moan hii Ion. 7he> JMeH TtaaB. ConmtnB Tha 91il rVajt al Mllwiakaa afuroeon, oatvrly three) linadrad aiMDff, ia with 236 of Uva Tal 3d Reg., all of wham aw to U out. Tba 91 tt it quvttnd al Camp Waebburn, and will aoon ba aaoaaeiad baobwerrad that the otganlta- ooi dlloand but oonttnnea Ita labora wUhaot ebange of name, In behalf Of needy and Freedmen." Thlg waj ratoUed upon al a buil- Ma. meeting, wrly thia month, whereupon the fffldaat Swretarj Mra. prom'p'tlj', notified' the1 O'er. Fraedmen'a Aid Cam., of Ohloa- go, of Iha, ebaaga, for iba pnipoaa oLba- oomJug an' anjdlWy to tba parent, organi- aatleD.; In rtpljto tbe letter of the Rat. Mr. 8. acknowledged ita reoapl in a langthy and Tery inUreatlng letter, In1 whleh tha following paragraph oconra "Tour very pliaiaol latter of tha 7th Inil., la jlrtt formal recognition of thii natural tramfer, allhnogh ao hundred fleet- ing "atrawa" hate indicated tha Te-f-ring of tha vane bnt lo the lame mail came a leoond communication of thi ai yonr own." The entire latter boa been furnSibed ui for publication, and will appear next weai. Tha ladiaa of the Commission have juet to be proud of the work acoompliih- ad lor the "old I ore, ai indicated In their Re- pork, nod again, that ihe is generally faremoit In erery good word and the van in the naturil tranefer of ill phllnnthropic labori for the gallant boyi in blue thai the fighting ii la Ihe relief of tbe needy Freedman. _ OnCHKsaniie IVIllls. Mr. M, R. Barteau, Proprietor's Agetit of tbe Oulagamie Mills, teoured tho eervloea of Mr. Albert Millar, an experi- enced and Bompilent miller, nnd ioitalled him head Itilltr of the Outagamie Mills, tho Interior Arrangements of which, unfler Mr. MVhnndi, reoeived n thorough to IN TNI CITY OF APPLETON. >HK 10 ACRE TRACT OWtUD BY THI tbe very belt order for Custom Work, which intend to make a speoinlity, as they claim to hare better facilities for thnt purpoie than nny other mill in town. That tbe mill ii onpnble of doing good ork, and In fact making a auperfine X1' quality of flour, we hnve had the Mel of evidence. Il ma; be true that thia mill haa, under direction of inexpert- 'need operntore, produced tin inferior qual- ty of what mill would not iul since ila overhauling by Mr. M., m ine a quality of flour aa We ever BOW, haa produued there, which, bereafter ia o ba the rule with them. In proof of ita inaliU wa will state a lent a sample of the flour in n letter, to baker of a neighboring city, and asked if 10 ehould not (end him a few barrels that ha might teal quality. The bakir did not wail to aaod an order by mail; but tele- [raphtd lo Mr. B. to eend him tea barrel) mmediatfly. Wa might repeat other oir- oumataneaa where the flour hai been test- ed but tha above Ii sufficient. To farm- era, theae milli offer important induce- maota, and aoliolt a ahare of their ouitom. They buy Wheat, Corn and other grain, at market rataa. To City cuitomera, Mr. B. >ropoiee lo deliver flour ut their reaideocei, 'rea of expense for that lervica. The out- door antangtntnts, around Ihe mill will aeon ba Improved, and the platform repair- ad. This mill an advantage of being very aeeaaslbla to leaune, which farmers appreciate. They aak to giro them ona trial, ud rely on their ability to give perhol aatlifaation to establish a riputa- Jon fur their mill. Bee Circulars. froB rtrefw, Ihal win to eilti. Brig-Gen. Hobart OMH with tha Rag. to Madiaoo. Tat. Btcralta of Slat, naabw iof 200, who raMlDrt htm locorporalaxl Into M Bog. with aa nnnber, whloh lion, and will be kspl ia ooaitawrd of Li. Col. Biaj look for of 11H Iw Olfw that, a warn MMkiwHk lut, BaW. oaawis.rpejr.Mli-1tiiinw.lkm Tlia AnntvitrMry tkw'rtnoa; OnlTeriitjr will begin and proceed, in the1 following f lit, Exhibition of. the Preparatory Cluaei, on Friday jeteoing, juol 2d. BaocJilRurtate pennon-, BO Sundaj, P. M.r in the 3d. Sermon, before the Young Men's Miwioniwy Society, Suadiy Mecing, by the Rev. M. Raymond, D. B.; 4th. Addrtu before the PhilalMhaart Society, 'on'-Mpndiiy bj the RaV.'W: MoKalgrofWDBWiia'tl: 8th. BxhibMoo, Tmedoy .ftcr- noon, the North-i waatern 'Said, Tnaaday iveniig. Single 25o, 7lb. Qpmmenoement Dinner will bt MiVed for all who.deiire il. Single one dollar. N. B. "PeraoBd pftyitjg full fare oonlng lo Appleton, on trie Ohlango N.W. Railwiiy, to nltend theio exeroisea allowod rnhlch wlllbo mid on theJnost reasonable Cerme AI.LEN ft JACKSON Appleton.3ept.lfi. 3utr J.'IT. HtrrOHiKSosi, Kms.O X. ManoiLr, Tnuirar, 'Itkl. rtBao.Bl BXiTH, Beeretarv. For Stt M Pagt. People's Estatolisheci FAY HUMPHREY ARE NOW 8ELUNO OFF THMR EN- Block ofClothlng at pnces that must bi latlafaotory to tae oloseat buyers. TH1IR CUSTOM CLOTHING Is wall supplied with AMEEICAN, GERMAN and FRENCH CASSIMERES BROADCLOTHS, Whloh they still Manufacture In the most thor- ough and workmanlike manner. TO TIIK KXTIBK BATlBfAOTION Of ALL OUSTOHKKS, and at that Cannot Fall toJBolt. IBoots cfc SHoes, OT ALL iAEIM andOBNTB; Well manufactured from t a' best of priose that defy competition., HATS and CAPS! "OKIt.OfUST, GEN. and many oth-r styles of Caps t natk, baaldes the Btora staple atylei, ou hand. GEIJTS C0003! A rcix Hosiery and" Gloves I lull llM thai will please Ua PMIOMS XT TtUsUalBt thla Caaaawmisltr tar aVtlea) Ukeral tSttramkaro tkei Jut Stk wn tn efatwf wan tin a; ta sakarrit M tko sasaM. FAT A BUMPHBET. Harist, net H ATS. (JAPB, SOOTS, BBQSB, BTTiU ttc .WMlTeVa The Hardest Blows Yet. C. J. Having juit Voii, a U giving the DRY-GOODS MARKET IN APPLETON SOME HARD BLOWS JIST linockeci SHEETUVGS SUGAR BOO T PRICES Like Crockett's Coon, oonaingr Best Custom made Kip Boots, worth per pair, marked down to Splendid Quality and every pair Warranted. Best Prints worth 40 eta. per yard, marked down to 26 and 31. Delaines in Dress Patterns and beautiful worth 60 cts. per y'd, marked don to 37 wl-2. For the next Sixty days we shall give onr customers a GENERAL BENEFIT or COME AND SEE! t. 4. INEWSPA'PERr
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