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Kenosha Telegraph, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1860, Kenosha, Wisconsin would boon moro but ouo to Into Tor 81, 1800. S. ANU ritAN do 10 10U of lu rnOtt II ft f f I UU 00 800 a oo w 0 CO 1 00 .la 00 Cfl 1'rlnting. f Bod Business Word F. u at In door north Won J. J. tot CLOTH C IX TUE UKir ftl City co i wry County old unit A smrr N. A. atu few o JON B. U. It strikes mo that it ly for to give n fow of OH tbo has prolific iu worthy of a high state of the of tho of most of tho volumes which from Boston are havo several months boon to their of to supply with in- the works tho may bo mentioned a of in six volumes in forty-four Bacon's in Ages William's of Latin besides a long list of mi- nor There n ed among works of tho battle of Bunker Hill 105 haa boon on a. a couple of weeks from his ral homo in the Stato of iu a quiet tho' visits of On Monday evening of this a concert for his benefit was given in Tho vast Hall of the and tho popular band gayo some of their Thb was conducted chair on tho preceded by a and drummer in and furnishing music aa hosts freedom u the campaign was tho old man could to the Ho ib tho in a by a man of fine and not without with political proper for him to that ho took moro uro iu introducing this veteran to tho is uo common BOO man M has paswd tho limits was oil very pleased with visit from tho last of- Bunker I vie tho troops for the probably equalled on Boston sought of tho ho which ho near that of and militia with the military the streets State special guest of and at some the cipal crowd donee that the mounted the of T Albany at for d ted as far and I am herb to made an of pdii ami made in ing tho of and from thb a d- tho State thing in the Music on from tho school of of had fl reserved the arid pt. fair got a- near the truly Garments lost their on all to a and the heir to one of the first in of the of to bowed his The inside the hall was truly incl o yo the pied tho and Tho and bin suit being by tho Light Dra and the apartments we're -in readiness the he the remainder evening in were a him that he went but iimes Ed ward Everett jri On th Prince kept only was Head Pi- He afterwards visited This morning 9 Portland and will havo 6f.'tho'mr-'m'pfe''th'an H fry In really lovely The boys number of ranged in woro about 700 'the young misses of our generally virgin of boll 'The children r tw t hud o worK to i H. our lor i to J our of t w t. icon of th. TEMPLE FANCY During Mr. Tho weak and impoverished country for which ho to tub first star of loon appeared long Mr. Parnham still a good good and it is hoped will Hvo many He several to perform his duty at tho lato Maine as a i evening the tad a mammoth second only to that which recently place in Now By safe woro the was at four miles Hampshire and Rhode delay in starting it was two o'clock the for AIll W. QOU TH ur in heart nnd 1m with our own I the wa evidently less by Tli Schools aud most of the HOBS woro b'y of s ed tho different collegiate t in After a drove not entertainment asto and certainly Expressed himself with iti i much his visit to this Hll country no one that dp aud met with in show respect people have for it com for Mother I little t new story beginning I can a brilliant an successful Of the the Uo hor bravo hor realms hor throne 1 It was faco as I largo looped ing 1 many more beautiful my winters in New nd at Cape besides was .to meet at a a ister in law friend who had only gave n assing at the pale and A he whom I in. with clinging She bade morning the thrill of Inte and said with some Mr. and Mrs. ort so ram was hot not I wrote that I should Mr. she one girl's ringlets about her fin began again once more she hesitated anc guessed the gov but the icr very I soliloquized this hoard tho and Cuthbert lis beautiful wife I eyes must night I retired to my not haunted after saw her talking to conferenc and anc me cordial i of tho had sifter in and I all you shall sec her at din be rang ancl tho host th mo by lo I which will 1 nud grr fjr l. Knt anil i 6f XA Ktr In 1'culi lur i Stona So tU from Kino from f .ci In Kar from 70 to i li nil who umy v 1'LATJJD 4co.. Most o- to war and ood nJ warranted tu All Wl ot I nr whether TUB LOCATION OH tbo City i before vast blago of torch spectators bad entirely broken was a liant the delay in paused Hon. Hannibal at a friend's was appeared on the balcony and was loudly It the it wao number of Southern who to bo in tho city at this Home of whom wore very much amused the u tho representing iho Democratic party divided by the of driven in ay standing on Chicago -a maul ug in and Abb us i 1 About next several woro a- by a rather vigorous on brought but the fact that ho than a shock various Now and the following Boll and Everett men grand moana equal to tho it all that could in and was who liad during at An his the save and section pf Hub .to of thou bur Quido oil Ilia j arm his bo From by Inud nnd Bid nnd Ills days tho In Haled tho rolgn Grant King of Kings 1 when children rose of this ode bly and the whole audience rose It with fine and at ita the led Theatre the my a Thp largo the that thousand pd the receipts 'the moments rooms Stato the party to their on iti among The Governor f I'm their placo at head of the t lie Prince the Lancers am f to party 'a 1 U ii fl -iC by D' Bunker takes The Princo muat be pleased with the to him people of United it IB hoped havo a on the pp a had witnessed at him as his own Such tainly woro never given in j has for it being which After pai ty to visit a or I guests Tlie Prince party wit the differed hag i the Academy of a week of groat tar ends W. Break On bJ given is at Mobile to of moral condition of any people than tho character of tlie they Syracuse havo determined excursion to Now tho on real cape like tha re- with fu i only fully given to tho i d Cambr i i v Harvard greeted on his by 'A nt drove slowly At tho College building he wa Divinity bti ore of thb uw York tho in law has fear of ing the and mistook her tho not resist tho face I the tho In wo had that of governess The next morning I. awake at an arly glancing I join her her cheeks wore a ioh her lustrous were lips miles her white apron was of and she spray of the blackness her began to but by any as ould touch upon no subject of br with she and Madame de' Stael lave coveted On we and at breakfast in the of lie Cuthberts and I saw the old look back to moro reticent than iriend a horseback a in and when the party assembled bri the I noticed with the that the governess been I can. Th at the bridle the looked very pretty in the blue and widi cap set golden but I found an to self in her common chit felt a relief we dismounted at tho as I had my bounded up the On the way tp iny I passed an open door and through it I caught a dren were busy at sat patiently correcting a- which one of them had lay beside her which not was ed with She heard my and looking saw me on the sho you returned go I not you hour or dis- appointed you not can't un- governess an j There are many false notions in- am ess is one as with her in the she begged as not to and j staying with us the part of the J the their French j riot likely to tray her dear T know trust Blanche is over my shoulder at my she bids me tell ed the strategem that Tlie Modern i he hit tody in 1 to Of the j JV licked mighty sir i you may take t f-r If this crew is laid dead noble may said j About my smoke i Wide J If ho that whoso love i Has your T patriot I I is 'the equal one to find of ballet in which gyrations BO corps find movement of ballot of appears vitli worried her 6ho f words no oin hn that long us tho hor hut up aro ind 8hould. tho indeed iiio sex aud nnd haunts like aghos tho scone where shall last in to dining table; Guthbert seen .at the far from the governess a eyes at frills the Ivor necklace and and Up golden comb pyes wandered from hpi governess her groat a about icr allow me an beauty applauding Thought that tile following States in to tli 'S i it object WE How nun to give ho i lib would to THE FACE 18i ugo 515. chamber ni the i be yond LTh 'the Tho late K J NEW carud to Chicago in which built art American and the cor nto highly it bi 1 would tue of the dollars two and t i man who had at Maine Stato last by tl driving it homo ana gored to dentil and a was by lio hope and with these words to the table was portfolio belong to you article i She and I resumed I have the of grave when I drew forth thb pictures and be- gan to expatiate upon her Her eyes the lips it hors and she with the of sketches verb indued and I i as if she I Had pleasure of gbv went down him i dinner now began been assigned be tried to found wander girl tho meal was and the 1'adie wo at on j of my sister Sno very I in firs telli and then on great ami he was walking t aud fro on terrace apparently ab small tal my -th piano and playe v in nn moving to the The momon baine at 4s'.slio.-sat I the of her ur of her head fir I thoi liar Guthbert i she .sh sho I uttered no fulsome words of com a- were it not start comic By an a shame nius tor to drudge smile poor they not what I .At this moment were by asl was lounging on t sofa opened and Marguerite but at of me sho stay I did not dream you were here and came down for Come and With a copy of I glanced at it and do you read Then take a scat mb will a moment then very in. her and the with the had bound deepened passing A month night sat iu my my that I seen at face that seemed so so had I had come had haunted all thus a at Cuthbert ho penny your ram I what a mysterious thing love in Glad riot my heart has I thb do you mean to at her if sho accepts mo I shall jn the i may or you at me a rang through a mysterious rest of the passes on Pennsylvania's gone and done The Hurrah Old Buck's Being 7 I that thing to But If an I; feel all goose I thought your fusion would least confuse I'm rightly dread i For 1 Run a ol find fellows round At theri For of I should conclude that My dear ho are the victim of a My you i But let her i a i Yancey i Great J i should say J j in Excuse I that 1 none i i us J i j your party i Columbia's i j That j ing a and fishes i taken from point of fact you Salt river Jio of. to falls to groans s dare at feet of rope with chains from his aud baskets fastened bis j i
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