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   Appleton Motor, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1866, Appleton, Wisconsin                               HTKRT TUTOSDAY, Keillor and F S300 avnY.a-i of AdrcriUIni SI" "In miITT-b UBKBTT-I. All People's 18.30. VOL. VII. CITY OF APPLETON, W1S., THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1866. City Store! NO. 13. C. L. FATf 18 NOTT SELLING OFF HlB ENTIRE BtoekofOl.l.l.f .1 .neutka.1 kt latfl- MIOTJ to tb. barer. III Ii. B> Inn, Wll 1 M I HCDD WIOMAit, AT LAW TO THE CITIZENS OF APPLETON AND OUTAGAMIE COUNTY OXXXTINO UlTl.g iMMd Ibe STOUE City and Country. ApflftM.____________ OFFICIAL H. W. B. R. Time Table. BB BOYD, ATto.-r, A.D Appl.l.., BUD M t-iooi vrcin EM B fAHl'Cl K.oiaioad'i BOVD. MASONIC BLOCK, and CARETOLT SELECTED STOCK Of DRY-GOODS YYIBOOMBIN D1TJSION Leave Ohlitaco Bay Paii.tg.r.........I 00 A M "Ighl Pauenger 4 10 P M Leave Appl.len Oelngl.utk, u ii Krenlng 4t87 ii ii Freight....... aalnf North, ii ii riomlng filmier. Arrlre 4 It p K I 00 IB 5iOO A H. Br88 F M AND Dress Goods, I ih.ll bih.ppj to lee l.l.oJl ibow IJ aioan founJ In the City OOODSIkM. PoBUOffl.ee Malli Qologle.tk-Way Mall...... ii 5I.JI...... Ool.g omcB HOTIII. A M to 8 r Iroml Mi H 7 30 A 3 ii r T to i f J M OflheBut Qlllltlel, Domestics, A Full .it.rlBi.t Shawls! "ATI All KI.O or oROCiKiKa, TEAS, STARCH, Sl'ICES, BLCKIMO AND BnHMaW, he., ail. I, IOAPS, Common CJouiiotl. Regular meeting D.xt Saturday The WimtUor. Hu boon very vrarm Snow malting rapidly. In ft" tbe iloigliing vtill be completely uetd up .Will W. T. OCBNII, will shortly remove his HarnMS Shop to corner of Col, ond Morrison St., opposite the Johnston House. The Blond he DOW oooupioi, door tost of the stone Block, bat rent- ed to Saloon keeper. Hark will aleo remore his Qua Shop Location not jet definitely determined. Ostll See. r. J. THEO. M. BBIGOH. bopl.tnb.ir31, 19M (t. I. UUKWITKB, .nd D.al.r 111 St...., llooul, Apjllelon, S. B. J. A. PAIGE, WHOLESALE GROCERS AND TEA DEALERS. 26 and 28 Ferry Strut, OSHKOSH, WIS. Our BTatanU Ally. WhBtBver may b. oplnl.nl abool Ing allla.ee. wltb otber Mationl .r O.I an.lety lo avoid all a.rh In to lh. pr.- capti of our reverW tWnk Inl.lllgent a.d th.aghlful Amwtean o.n fall U MI and neog.lai Ik. fkol that there li on. Ooon- Iry whoM hlilory deltlny mnBlb. united with out own, ao Kitnn mm to bavi .ipnulv dMlfmi4 for our alfrlicj Bodally vait eltBit of .oil li In f.HUlty, inoh, u jel undev.lopW H only FBrlially develep. ________ inlmral monrfl.., the ajsemnt and riobn.1. I in FOOk. A Soft rook had blln Struck a valeh ue probably In Ihe wh.l. vrfld and fron III rmtawr, variety ot oil ill .aUbrieul uflflmul In extreme o.pabllltlM prodnclng almo4t Bv.rytblng a peopl. uk lot, rllhln herieir, ill tJl.1 11 nM.llMf the miking Burned. Last Saturday night, 12 o'oloflk Mr. Roudebush awoke and found En- HOUM ooviring tha Kogin, for boring oil well, on his on flre. wai burnai and machinery damaged. The Company bave been epairing dftmagis all toll week, and will ready to eUrt up agtln, we lemra. Fri- ay or Balutday. The well down 13 fell from the i over 70 of which The cnrponlen commenced early Ihi wwk, .on Studman'a building. II fai wenther continues they will have it up in few diyi more. W. W WILLION his th ob. Mr J. C. Smith will aoon commence ..jo erection of one, Rnd poisibly two dwell ng houses on Edwards 8t North of Com- meroial Block. The materials nra all ready or one of them. Mr A. BLOOD will ooou- y it. PARISH, builder. Now fjipolm Ac Hub ITBotory. Mr. J. F JI-BARD has detarmiood lo TEAS, SUGARS, SYRUPS, TOBACCOS, CIGARS, PIPES, 80APS, CANDLES, SALERATU8, SPICES, NUTS, OANDIXS, FRUITS, RAISINS, APPLES, CRACKERS, SARDINES, OYSTBRS, FISH, YINBOAR, OILS C01WAQB, WOOD WARE, BASKETS, WRINGERS, MATS, BROOMS, MATCHES, TWINES, WICKINQ, BAGS, BRUSHES, BLACKING, INK, POWDER, SHOT, CAPS, LEAD, STARCH, RICE, SALT, KEROSENE, BASKETS, U BUMtJAKDLlB.Diu.DCHEBBtti M.. ULOflt, Slteel, I..-.-'" "i- ,hj loa'l MESS PORK, CARBON OIL LARD OIL DRIED APPLES, All .o.K Jon. on ihorl nollce "Vbop on >Sl An. ln Ib. bell of LI...J NEW FIGS, NKWMAOKBH'L DRIED BEEF, MACHINE OIL, WOOL TWINE UKliiLI arruB-af PEEL'D PEACHES, SMOK'D HALIBUT DRIED BLACKBERRIES, 8MOKKD HERRING, HAMBURG CHEESE, FACTORY CHEESE, COTTON CARPET TWINE, LINEN BROOM TWINES. BU.... _.i-eh.e> waigou nlnterln! Factory this pring, hnving already ooatraoUd for lh> Batorials. The factory building will bout the >ite of the one now owned by R L. Mnsnn. Il his intention to have il up about the hrsl of April It is to be lo- cated between Mr C Ketohum's Machine Shop ant! (lie Uridgc, taking water for mo- 'n power trom the Hoom ay or two the and but for Ihn mufortnne the Contractor eipioted to have had tho down 150 ft. thii weuk. Mr. J. II. Robinson, hue recently oonintoUd to ink the well 400 more for 93 per foot. of fladfeg oil in ftayiof qanntUiH grow more favorable if suck. Tin NorthwesUrn Pet o. is to thing to a sat- 'Well BortnB IrmtrumBnt. Our towninuin, Dr. 3. U WhitlliMy, invented, and received Patient fo? a Well Boring Instrument. It is iotcndud u an improvemint on the pres> ent churn drill and sand pump mode of drilling It also obviates the meosssity of a Sand Pump, and Reamer, nnd Ihe Drilling tube oan cheaply and rsadily used by screwing on R pump, for raising the water or eil from the well at any limi or pmnt where operator may desire t test tbe amount any show nay indicate. The fal- lowing la o description of Inntrumel, which wo find in Scimiifle Amtncan. WILL Bonmo okject of thll InVBDlInn U lo prnJuel an Inltrument by me.ni of wtlloh a well be bored a.ii reBmeJ rapidly, cheaply, ana efnolenlly without th. of Band pumpa or leelproeatlm drill. A lome thing of the cUaratler n! a brace and blt-lron ream er II clovldid with throe or mora carved euttlnf! fsoci pUood at squal dlslanous aTeunt 111 point, and 11 oonuected with tbo ball of a hollow cvllnderbr a Boekct Joint lla curn-J cutting laoea tnk. a iplral form, nnd ara oontlnucd up lo Iho ton i f the oylln dtr, theraby .rallel aplral po.Tea o. trm oiilalde tbarenf Ihe burr oulterl reduna thl rook below U and alooif lla aldm, while 111. edges or the iplrivl grcovea act aa reamerl.lhe groovel themlelvll peTformlnB the olflae of olovatorK and ralelnl the ailt or reJoceil rotk near lo the top nf tbe cylinder, where thegrcovol aro later aocled by opening! which admit the (tnd rfdmed rock tn tho jnaidc of the cyllDjfr, from whloh they are dlicharncJ, when It li full, by ratlin? the InnCrumsnt from the will and re- aoviogtuebpror Ihe hoi loiv cylinder may he made long enough to hold all tha illt that w 11 accumulate while Iho burr la kelcg wnrn dull n ordinary roek The burr .Qd oyllaidor Ihoald fee road, of a oimbln' ol Nailon ani mull eTinlneilJ beooOBi n. of Ihe gTMl .OW.M of JUrlh Lying .lo.g our louthern b.rferl, toonil to UB by Bimll.illy of luicitaUMi.bj HU traillloni of by f from, the Londe of and oonB'llution modeled after oul own, Ihe D. A. SIRODOB, Gof't Auelion- MT for the 5th Dislriet, will in a few days wrth Mr. who will brini; worth of Dry OooUe, to bej aold at Auotino. notict) will by ToAteM, of time and pluor of ale. 12 m_ RID JACSIT BitUn IB no wortbleaa arllcla, but ii what it elainii to be, real, nnuini, medical of altrlin( taM. Tho name "BitUra" too often d to flOf a Tillaloou) compound of poor whiiky and lome bitter drug Do not con- found Red Jacket with th'u olaai. M ARRIE D. thr ol thl Brld.'i February. J Oowili, Ciiii W B to BI1 CUSTOM CLOTHING T wife AMERICAN, OERMAN and FRENCH CiSSIMERES ul B80ADCLOTH8, Whlet they .111! Maja.fMKr. In Ik. BMrt thw- acl worknanllk. manner. TO TUB BNTIBI SAT1S7AOTION Of ALL OCSTOMIU, Hi .1 tkat Cannot rail let Hlixmp your n he burr, in aa to clufcr It of Reoumulntlona of reJueed roolt Thu prcaaureof will otkHBe It to nlaend around the cyllndrr, and tbyuoe to tile top of the wuil, tba heavier portion Belnff received 'nln Ibe In- t or lor of the cvlln.nr through Iti lateral opoolujcl, and the ruildue being oarrleil with tbe current of walor lo tbo lurfnce of tbo greuod Samuel li. adoption of whloh wai lecurwl by the Llbiraii, un- ilei the lead of that Slaleiman, Juarei, iftlr yawl o! IKalnet thl .v.r faction Ciuroh parly tlilB future treat power should be .ul dear- ell .1 It li our ceareit, national friend During tho lime when we werl lorn bv Inlemal dllienelonl and enRlgBil lulh.nrwt.lt elvll WBJ known lo hlitory, wh.n It aaui.d t. him, that Ihe Sl.tli, whoia eumpletb. BepMbllcaul and lovsrl of freedom everywhere thronlho.t the wor'4 bud l.nn looked .1 and ihlnlnf light" which WBB lobe "holr tenon oul of bondage, WIB to be e.tlrgulihed, er I. link, at least, into lonli Napaleon, repreae.llnl all tbe princlpln of sffete delpotlaa, icncalTed the Idea ol upon our bordera, In Mlilco, an Fui plre to tPiroragali Ihoie prlnelpl.i, and which .houlJ as Inimical lo our Intaraitl, In every waj M mvioh .ul eaiiuy al thl Bipublll of Maiiie wan our friend Ue Ina.Bureted Ihll Rmplie there, jnd It haa been on a. far, through oulragB ana oold bl.odid murd.r of enemlei rlioneri In blttl., lo whloh modem hlltarj .ffordi but, by lh. of Ood, w. h.v. B.oeeeded In orinhlng oni nnBelurai Belllon, and lo day the UnltbdSlalee forth, a great nMl.n, riady lo do tattle f.i her ilgbti, lo inert and milnttln her awn honor and illgrjltj, lo rehabilitate ker long oberllhed Monroe Doctrine, Bccfully If lan, fortlkly If Ihe thi time hal now come when, i. to thlB, prompt, energetic, and decisive action la required. Th. great nuefltlou now before tbe AaieTlean pBopl., and whlob they are looking to their aoVBtrnm-nl Ie cKo BieeJIly Mid in fiver ol free governntwit er.ry- where, 1> whalher we will hav.ln Miiico, an lea. plro, onniunlly endeavoring to thwart our alplr.- for greatncis and freedom, inraatiral and l.varlllMo enemy whenever we need a friend er whether we will ham there, a Republic, bound t. ua by iiveiy" lie of gratitude, rrtendlhlp almllal. Itf oflnelllalloni, to BloTe 07 aide wltL O.la DB. M. JT. E. H.Tlng peimejienllj localrd In thl. Oltf, will Tole hlB entire time end Mtrntlou to trralment of all UMBBSB, lo Ihc true and lenllHc prtnolLlenof rntlnnal Mrdlelne Lnxo or OHIIOKIC Arv.rrioNa, pnrtleul.rljr of Uie and Li i.as, BiiJ Air ,to altentlou Auilalro IBoots cfc OF ALL LAD1H 0IM1t, Well lha kert of prl..B tb.t 4ery eotmu.UlliM I.etiumenle, etr miner operative mil mod unlcal Surgery, InoludlnK th. treatment of Vraolvirra and Dlalocitl.rjB, OIHHBOH HATS and AmputatlooB, operations Throat, Lithotomy Ac throughout the County Offlce andUeddonrcal the hnure of D the Rye, Bar and promptly attended le AVWBLL, oppollle Odd Hall, College Avenue, Ion, Wla_________________ The Mason 4 Hamlin Cabinet SlyleB, .Jap'ed to 8aerol Biid Saou ar Murie, lo eaok FIFTY ONF SOLD or 8ILVKB MUDALS, or other Flril Pr.ml uml awarded thnai Illustrated fruc Addreel MASON i HAMLIN, Bo.TOH, or (BMpOlOy) MMJON MIHO'S, last weok, notifying parlies who had neg- lected to riffit a two cent stomp to their re- oelpti for packages at tho Exproai Office, that the stamps must be put on, not only on all hereafter, but on those already given, Prosecution of tboee who nsglect this is sure to follow. II. lUkiKit i BUN have roently put out a very conspicuous Sign of a Urge Boot, very cenlly lettered with Gold Leaf "Boot rtnd Shoe Shop, by H. ROSMKR So> From a small beginning, ROEMEB has built up Ihe largest trade In home mnde Boots nnd in tho City They do good work nnd let Ihe people knuw it. They out Sign at their door, nnd from to olher smaller, Ihough noting important singe in tbo advertising JOINER SHOP. UNPERSIONKD HAVING OPENED 1 Joiner nnil OS lltOH "OTIC. W A LtKH MA-NM TlfmS. rowJer., llyaon., Younn llfioBi, J.paoa, Ao Our .in win M II alwaji hu bun, tobft columns of home papers. Tho one is as necessary tho if a mnn sipeols the trade of Iho public. understand that G W. STXWAai, tha Manufacturer ef Woolen Cloth, ot Beaver Dam, hai his Interest in that place, and is looking around for a place to ilart the same business on a Inrger soale. He some idea of trying Fond du Luc Such men, with such un ontcrprue, would be wnrmly welcomed, and ought to be in a substantial wny by not grently taxing him for an clig ible site Commonwealth. Stewart had better coma to Apple- Ion, to do his manufacturing where wu bave an abundance of water power. We already best Woolen Factory in State, and its oapaoity is loon lobe more than doubled Nevertheless, we do not doubl but there is room for Mr. Stewart, espeomlly no mi" rt's tirely on the home market for its supply of wool or for We would re- joice to see about B half down euoli monu ments of industry and enterprise, as is tho Appleton Weolen Factory, on our water Country Lumber men ___ 7 BOOTS AND SHOES M -111 did II lo thilr lo o lei It BaotbiB l in ni Blfoie pur- NONET, TIME AND TROUBLE. ahlpp'oii tha lamo in Lbs Now York Slate Prulory 1U.UUU utri Criia wa.lnH. 40ENTS for rtnownd H M Ojlleri, .In lh. e.lehr.led D H Oyllerl Beal.rr, Deuatloo 1'atlllB, ani OI'll Heoletlll fufnlihel'al whole..Ie prleel Puraionnl. Lait Saturday wo wore favored with n anil from B. F. DAVIS, of the IforlTiicutem Book Binding and Printing establishment, Oshkoih. Hi wan here soliciting work for their Bindery. We were pleated to receive a call yester- day forenoon, from Liout. T. W. MORS-, of thi 115th U S Colored Infantry. Mr. Mosul Oist entered the service u a private iu Co. D, Regiment, from Slate; WM si ok and in hospital a long time, but wai finally oommisBioned a Lieut, in a Reg. of Colored Infantry. Ha comes direct from Texns, via New Orleans, and We aro indebted to him for N 0. Dailies of toe 10th ult., ingluding tho Tmu, Seirfflem Sltr and Crtnent; for a Dally Memphie Bullthn of tho 24th, and for a Vioksburg Journal of the 21st. Ilo ur march of profrell toward nnlvarial fre.dom, our great natural ally, our firm and faithful frl.ud Notice to Teachera and School District Offlcenu I ihall attend lo Ibe examination of eandi- for teachers' m County, as 1st In Icapection District No 1, Includ- ing Ihe towns ef Kaukauna and Buchanan, on Tuesday, the 10th day of April next, in lha school bouse at Little Chute 2ti In Inapiotion DIB I No 3 Including the towel of Orand Chute and Greenville, on Thursday, the 12th of April next, in lh. 2d Ward school house m thi City of Appleton 3d Inspection No 3, Including the towns of Freedom, Osborn, Center and Black Creek, on Saturday, the 14lh day of April next, in tho school house In sehool District No 2, in the town of Freedom 4th In Inspection Dial No. 4, including the towns of Ellington und Bovma, on Mon- day, the 16lh Jay of April next, in the school house in StephensvllU 5th In Inspection Dist Mo 5, including the towns of Dale aad Hcrtoaia, en Wednes- day thi 18th day of April neil, in the school house in Hortonville 6th In Inspection District No 8, includ- ing thi towns ef Liberty Maple Cruk, on Vnday, the 30th day of April ID the lohool hiusein sehool District No 2, ID the town of Maple Creik Tbe JEiamination lo comment, at 9 o'clock A M of eanh of uaid days The teachers who do not arrive ia timi Will be the loosira An impression aeoms to have gone abrond that I intend lo be rigid and exacting in tb.ne .laminations. I demn it proper, to say that I do not intend n course, Ihe effaot of which will bo to shut Ihe school houses for want of teachers I will say, however, and that emphatically OF HWA5IP I.AMDS. Oy.ic. 07 or BtlHOO! A.KD TJxtV.a.lTV LAMD., Wli feb ISth, ISB8 J NOTICE 18 HEREB1. GIVEN, THAT .11 the SWBBBP Lundii In Oulagaml" County fcelonglnj lo Ihe Bt.te of Wlio.naln, which have no haretoforf bctn offered fc r aale, will TJ. oB.red fe eale at puhllo anetlon.el the oBoeof the Hf.ov.tar ntSl'ate, at th. C.jltol In Melleon, on tlie lOlh d- of May A D at ten o'clock A U and i period claiming the right of Dn-emiill.iii to aiJd ue hetebr eleJDB mult be proven and proof depoaltcd with tht "aer. of State, the laud paid for al Iha rntoof oDe dollar and twanly.flv. eenta p.r aore, al Iraal ten Jaye prior I. the time Bled lor the Bale of Bald lands, BB above BBaelfled Trt03 S ALIKN, 1 Commlialenerl of WM K PMltir, Jfohool and Unl 18-8W OHAB U QILL, v.nUy Landa --BEH. mHTnt nd many olher llf Ul ef H.M, DM aor. ilapl. iiyl.1, alwajao. a.au.1 runmsHmc GOODS: A FDU, 1TOCK. Hosiery and Gloves! Fall will >4e the .inking tkti ConuBMlty far -VM V.a-jr of Ilk wv> an ff mined tBtmt mo .rltort on omr pairt ff aluUl C. Iu. FAY. IM, Grocery and Crockery Oil SlOflll'l mm W A lull AMorlment of (_, p _ Appleton Saw Mills itv ulinaCKlBMO HAVIWO A" "IT ot" .1. t. de .11 Kite if ailaltialM TM I at Ihe leilowlai ell PISS, OAK, WHITE A8H, MAPL1, DAS9WOOO, 1UCKORT, BCT- and I'UKRRY. dl uii the R A W 4 J WllomtON i ot t iBle an4 4elU STOCK OP OENT'S VHTTIBOHII GREAT REDUCTION TN PRICES OF 8TAPLB ARlIOtBB OF 1 Tanilly Oroceri.i, al G ODD RIO T power. MILWAUKEE ST. PAUL CUANGI or Tim from Mil- wautee, for lin, Omro, Stevsns Point, Fend du Lae, Oshkosh, Neenah, AppleUn and Green Bay, by Inking the 1 45 p M. Iram, al -ay, however, and that anp bridge, Soulh side make olow with tho Cbioago 4 Northwestern Railway at Watertowo, for all abovt named pomte, orriviog at Burnett, al 8-00 p M.; Waupun, r M Ripon, 7 40 p. M.; Berlin, 8.30i- u Fond du LM, 7 30 r. u Oshkosh, r M Appleton, f. M., aad Green Bay, I Ituro n ul il it iM r r' rv tliug.llni ijnair nr pint uiiliii mil n ken kml [nltc itl t MTlo MOUTH" cont.inia Aranontan It Ike Brit oJ a lerlri, Bud IB written by MM AgBilll, wlm Prof Axatlll nn i. mastered oat ot th. W. hop. Lieut. Moasi may oonnlude torefflam in our Woodland Home. Th. Nvrthwttitrn ccrtained Ibe LAMPS! LAMPS! ANEW STOCK OF PARLOR AND It.nJ also Barter Hair AroJT, iillonenfS In, i.loon, ov.r S rtll ilwiyi to on He ol if.tnn a.tl.r..llon la .11 IB. Call fMl briDiBi Vilidiotorw of Mr. Oio. GARY, for a long time tbe icnior Editor of that exoollant paper. Mr. CnAS. 0. FIKNIT, forra.rly Editor of the Oihkoih Dimocrat, prior to ill MDiolidakioD with the Nerihiccittrn, ii mceemoT. Mr. FIKHET an and able oditot to tho Norihvtittrn. Lait Saturday's Jadaen Co. Aannsr of Mr F. 0. BRAINABD, Minor Kditor, from liibBetit. Iriend WATIOUS airride op, and now untor, with Mr. G. W. BUOWH, junior. Tho new EdltOfi an4 unremitting wertion; to give good paper, They boond lo With entbailalm a iKelcl! of Iha of the Am.ton, I6a lumrlaal vifgetnHon, Ihe Brllllacl.pl ninai-ed blrla, almoll oountlcll ipuoiol .f Bahel, b.lnr. Bnown to Science, hut now BBBuuilD! rarUlj proper inltntlflo p'acel nnl Darnel u.der the lalll Ihi Imeh of Pr.f Agaasli, and tnorlb.i th. In- haLi.aDII UiaJr mod" of Ufa The rrMbDMB el the l.hjoot, 
                            

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