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   Kenosha Telegraph, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1860, Kenosha, Wisconsin                             "Vol. [Tho lott'tr- would hnro boon moro wogk, but ouo to Into Tor lanor- BoBTOtf, Got. 81, 1800. S. WUVEGAR, r.OI-TOKH ANU PJtOI'lUIiXOIUI, Jt. ritAN do 10 10U of lu WlMoniln; vtttcB rnOtt II ft UA.TKK. f tulhc, u.uw. ntntti... f I UU .1 00 800 a oo six) w 0 CO 1 00 .la aoo ..1800 ..SO 00 ..13 Cfl ..vtta ..MM "cow 1'rlnting. f Bod lattoglu Business Hliwiorj; Word II. F. HCUOFF, u ijninHUvr at iau, JMMIvr In C'Ado. AMKS, door north Won J. J. PiTTTIT, tot CLOTH E8 C -'t IX TUE UKir uTTLX. ftl 'xr City H< Ut. _ Dmia co i wry County DICKHOCT, I, Mftlu old Huori iliariiriMd Vrattl fnrd'j unit JtatMat Hi- A smrr ntl'.'i'.t N. A. BKOWN, atu WftrrKDUI. Urtwrry few rw4l Vftlt o JON B. JIW1UW, U. JIUDD, rj. Itutr Utattvnt It strikes mo that it Will, not.bo whol- ly objootionublo for rao. to give 'you n fow of Athonian OH tbo has boou prolific iu ovonts worthy of record. Htornry tnarfcot-is.Jn a high state of the oxoiting ututo of politioal ulTuirtf'; tho pruasos of Cainbriclgo (whoro most of tho volumes which omnnato from Boston publishora are printed) havo for" several months boon 'ntrnined to their -ntmost oapaoity of to supply ttio.publio with in- tollootttal "foddor." .Among the prin- oipla works gbiug tho press, may bo mentioned a new. oditioa of Kout's "oommontarios "Es- in six volumes Dickons' Works, in forty-four volumes; Bacon's .works, in uftoca volumes; Hallara's "Middle Ages William's "History of Latin Christianity, besides a long list of mi- nor There n mark- ed ab'sonoo o'f oriylnality among 'thjo works in'o'ouruo of publibatipu. -Mr.' Raiph'Farnham, tlio last'sucvivpr 'of tho battle of Bunker Hill (aged; 105 haa boon on a. visit. 'to., our. -.city 'for a couple of weeks past, from his ru- ral homo in the Stato of Maine, roo'oivr, ing, iu a quiet way, tho' visits gratulationH of friends; On Monday evening of this week, a concert for his benefit was given in Trompnt Tomploi Tho vast Hall of the Tomplo.'was com-. pletoly filled, and tho popular band gayo some of their Thb was conducted to. his_ chair on tho platform, preceded by a 'fifor and drummer in -their --old ooutiiiontftl and furnishing auph music aa ohoorod .the. hosts freedom u the campaign 'of 'tho llirt' ohtranoo was pnthnaiastioaUy ohourod) althbagh tho old man could iiardly 'keep stop, to the music.., Ho was; introdiiebd ib tho audience, in a 'brief patriotic, spopbh. by Hoy.Danibl.G.i liddy.himBolf a man of fine pprspnalap-' pearaneb and oxbplle'nt qualitios'.and not without spmo-ooimootion with political history. 'It waa.quitb" proper for him to nay" that ho took moro pleas-' uro iu introducing this aged- veteran to tho audience; 'than priDOO.'-- ''-It is uo common 'sight to. BOO man M .who has paswd tho limits ,6'f .a btmdre'd was oil very inuch pleased with thp.-hbnorof.a visit from tho last survivor: of- Bunker I In' th'o vie we'd', tho troops o'n'thp'.oommotf; .and for brilliant: the probably Minever ''boon' equalled on Boston Immense, orbwd's ofppbpio sought tpjgOjt'a'giirnpspl, of tho Prinoo'as ho .pasBfld'around the: linos, which ho inuph at-r: tpntion'j .butliii) not', near that of English, who'rode and evidently-regarded thp-appparahop- of-our1 S.tato militia with a'ko'on and-prit-; ipai'oyp'.', After, the rpyal the. military imarohod.through1 several-.of the streets to'tho State House1 whorp'thi 'Prince w.as'thp special guest of Gbv.'Banks. The'stropts worolin.bd with.spectators, and at some .of the prin- cipal .tho crowd .was.: s'o donee that it'was-with'difficulty the mounted pplibpiiien, ,'whp PPrtb'gb, thrpugh.. the Prihop of Walps'' v.is- jromise. T Albany at eightVofeck' 'on Wodncsd'ay morning, for Bost.onjiha splhddly d ecor.a- ted got' j'asion'.'.' aopompiiiiied' as far 'as the'st'atis'lVhe' b'y' ''the' aid's ;6f gan.. At, b'o'aVd'th'o Thpmp'sou" and if.tb' Bostoi I am herb to'fujiSl'my, to ''th'o Princo, made an address, of w.elcpmp. common- T'he ,'Prinpo pdii ami made no'yerbal.rpply.. TJij trip.frbin '.'was made; in ''twenty, utog, ineUiding'.stpps, the-, distance, bp'j ing AfWoroestur tho of and from thpnce, thb train, {was.drawnby a splcn d- AftorTpar't'aking'pf'-.refreshments.at idly. tho State House, tho-'next thing in or- iiPrin'ce dor'was .ait the Music Hall.giv- on injipnpr o'f.His KoyatHighness, iby. dotaohmonts from tho school children1 of Boston.5' Thp'balconipg. of th'p'Hall had jL' TAM' !ltl fl .tlio 'lef tlie' named; -.the 'left boon', reserved the rush' arid prpwrd pt. fair got a- near the P'rinpo.was truly iculous.' Garments SyoroitorBj-bbnaPts lost their si-metrical sh'a'ppV hats'dpm'ol1 on all t'h'at'ppmparpd to a sight'of; a'Prinoppf tlio blood, and the heir to one of the first tlireihOB in pearanc'p' of the Prindp'was.'. for, la'hearty.'.1 outburst'. of to bowed his acknowl- edgements. The inside the hall was truly magnifioout; .J-Oybr incl ,ab o yo was. the ocou-. pied :by tho sehool children.. military, and eaoo.iited.them'.tO'the .city, -by.iKoxbury, Tho Prinoo and bin suit being in.opon barouchus, eaoortod by tho Light Dra goon's and the ;Rbver'e apartments we're -in readiness the he spent1 the remainder :of the' evening in :oompar- atiyo 'quiet, crowds. b'utsid were -so !clamoi'ous for-'- a 'sight 'of him that he went but upon' the''balc'ohy  ho-left mo -.t :Ir by vrtimiilnrtl -lii.l tlatc upvlicatuin lo tiUlltltll. I li-w which will tuthfc lotorost ul.llwhi. rcvJmul KUHKHUKHI 1 Lnvu ft.ioiunoutorihu. F..INEST tothlnuiniket, nud grr ticlJ fjr "-f, 'tu "M l. llultoiu, itJ Hiltir Wattk Knt dt'.i anil i rndlftt varitty 6f XA Ktr ouvua ornel Jlox In 1'culi Carnoo lur l.uo i Ofl.l Stona AJ1 Ootd So tU from Kino from ti.UO l'i f lO.o.i, .ci In Kar HloK" from 70 to i S1LL.VER li nil who umy v u.-'Ut-Uh. 1'LATJJD WAKE! 4co.. Most Cor. donblo plat- w'jr o- whfto wlilcb.I.wlU to war and uot'tAmiio. clcnuoJ ood ropalroJ, nJ warranted tu yivo twlttiictlou orioouoj- rofuned, All  auso ,nb on brought but the fact that .wit) had' ho lossi'distin- ;uiahod y.SHitbr than a ,'lybung .ca'rth-' shock .wasTelt f" various partv'of. Now England' and On. the following vtho Boll and Everett men grand ,by ijny moana equal to tho Ropublioan af- fnir, inpoiiit o'f it 'was all that could bOtWished in point. of, pnthusiasm and was 'fvitnoasb'd by. rmbp'b'f who liad 'arrived' during 'tho' 'aftbrjipon, at thbllovero .Hdii'sb.' An thicl prp'opssion passed" his ''.win'Ub'wJ the save tHo'Qub'p'hif.' and oaob. section pf th'o Hub loudly. Pheor; Thb.'.Prihcp madp fullVnquiriea.aS; .to of "the oaro Guurd thou bur kingdom') heir, Quido oil Ilia wnyo j Tlilno arm his nholcor bo From by Inud nnd uea, Bid B'.orun nnd dungorti Quo, [Prolong Ills days ;i .lot war'e totnpoiits coats, Fold. tho wliolo In -ponco Haled oH'tby n'utiouo OHO, .lyui) 'Jt'H liodrta bonbMU tho sun, TiU'Thou shnlt rolgn nlono, bun. Grant King of Kings 1 when the'. children rose ''''to' the'dpiivpry. of this ode wa.s indescriba- bly grand, and the whole audience rose with" them, 'an It .was "given with fine 'effect, and at ita cbnolusiou, the Prinoo led with'hoarty-'applau'B'o. tlib'Bbstou1' Theatre in" of, the iP.rinop, .but my .description ;bo brief. a -blaze 'ol-glory, and-the suc- cessful. Thp company! was! largo the withstanding' that .the ".The'rp'.1 wibr'e prbsont'mPrp'than :thrbp thousand pd the receipts ampuixtcd .1. .thb 'the 'favprecV'fow' whom' 'After a'fb'w moments con1-1 aiid -visiting' rooms in.'the Stato the party iinouutod cpmpar 'isoncd to their posi- 'tion; on 'FlagstuirHill; iti front'of w'hi'ch was' the-'' prin'oipaV' mili't'a'ry 'a! guests, among who'nv'i '.Wiiitliro'p'y Gorhm'odoro'-Hu'dson-an'd others.'' The Governor and'-'th'e Prihoo'-'ariii'suit'tlibn f the1 I'm their placo at tlio head of the lino, t lie tmilitary Y-IV-I... Prince the Lancers am f 'niaVclil'tlirough' tlio. princip.a 'streets to we.fd .and .-'the pr'lAco'aiid party 'partook !6f 'a cbliation   ing the somc'for.tune hunter, and iwhen you, on'your arrival) mistook her tfor tho not resist tho face I the win'-hho tho impoa- ture. In ihbibit ptaftconfmb wo had that of governess The next morning I. was; awake at an arly glancing out, sa.w Mar- u'eritp 'gliding' across' tho.lawn. I n'asr !eiied''to join her her cheeks wore a ioh her dark, lustrous eyos: were .her lips ..'tremulous .with miles her white apron was .full of liowy blossoms, and she bad-wreathed spray of jagsimiup'amid the blackness .f her began to -talk-''! carc.-.ly know, but ained by any ..woman, as .by. her. ould touch upon no subject of litera> ure' br art, with which' she .was amiliar; and Madame de' Stael '-might lave coveted hor'convorsational power. On tho.lawn we separated, and at breakfast in the presenoo of lie Cuthberts and tlio supbrcillibus leiressj I saw the old look iad- come, back to 'her she_was moro reticent than CTer. My: iriend n'oposcd a horseback ..excursion, to, a in th'o neighborhood, and when the party assembled bri the veran- da. I noticed with the keenest' disap- >ointmont, that the governess had. been I can. Th 'Irode at the bridle the .fair looked very pretty in the blue habit, and widi hervelvot cap set cbqiietishly .above her-: golden Itreuses, but I found >t an cfiprt; to interest; my- self in her common chit chat. .1 felt a sense'of relief we dismounted at tho as I had "led-in my partner, bounded up the On the way tp iny oliauiber.; I passed an open door and through it I caught a glimpse'of Marguerite., The.two .chil- dren were busy at their, tasks, and; she. sat patiently correcting a- sketch'' which one of them had made.'; 'Aportfolio lay beside her which Ldoubted not was fill- ed with drawings..- She heard my step, and looking up, saw me on the sho exclaimed, "have you returned go I not .-expect you foivan hour or Uvo. hope-you 'Iwas'rcally dis- appointed because- you 'did- not can't un- governess isfto bo.made an "1'felt j There are many false notions in- so- am ess is 'thb eaual oiiauv one here, .and as with her in the she begged as not to and humorher whim. j staying with us the part of the J heiress, aud.aaishp the chil- drcn their French j governess; they.were riot likely to tray her secret. herp'and confess! Dear, dear T know trust you." Blanche is over my shoulder at my manuscript, she bids me tell tho.world she.never repent- ed the strategem that Tlie Modern Spec- i Uxciilav BramainjOne.Scciio. he curtain'raiitiand hit ?at 'and tody in 1 to .know fi-r, Of the firee'battlo.in tivp K'i? j JV licked mighty sir i so, you may take t f-r [Aside] If this abliprrcd crew is 'not laid dead 'By' noble may headt' said my; liiitloi iGiant: j -.A-mero About my .ji ..I [Aside] ,He smoke i Thatr spld'f'em to-the Wide J If ho .should', find, that .put! oh, _ mercv sakes! Democrats, whoso love for.'place', i Has bronght-.theblush.pfbrandy   KidToulpusl.., .Hbwwpuldihat cure, th'o1-'azure''': By an (As.none oftfiem.-hijiye'fc a shame ior. you, withyoiirge- nius tor .paiiiting to drudge govern- s.'.1'; ..J Agaiu the'peculiar smile :ffltted.pyor she'murmured "iThe poor whati they 'can, not what I .At this moment .wi) were .interrupted by th'e'.'phildr.pn, diid I.le'ft lier.. liVthd'afterii'poii, asl was lounging on t luxuriban sofa iri'-tlie" opened and Marguerite but at of me sho .precipitately re-. iirofl. "'Stay stay her. "No, no, I did not dream tiiat you were here I-was'lonely and came down for Come and With s'o'me'rclucta'iic'p sho.: entered, aiid tobk a splendully; Wound- copy of Tass'6 t'roin'the I glanced at it and "Wliat, do you read Tassp." Then take a scat bosido mb and'we will Shoiheaitated a moment and. then consented., gu.igo.souiided very beautifully, in. her accents, and the 'spell' with 'which the governess' had bound deepened ,with-every passing moment.; A month wore: night I' sat iu my .holding .oommu- hicatiou .with my p'wh'Tieart.' The.fac'b that I lia'd seen at face that seemed so pale; so balm'anel "cold, had since.assumcd evcryrvariety.iof cx- I had come hither-itp; ,woo had Ye's.I'was'in'.lpVo last! ilargubrito haunted all .musing thus whenZhoard a tap, at my. Cuthbert entered. ho said, ".'.a penny your th'o ram I replied, what a mysterious thing love Yonlarc in Glad of..it. GJad .happy woman'." riot rstammerpd, my heart has chosen. I love, thb .governess .MThp said, Cuthbert, do you mean to day'liiid "and ibrtune at her feet; if sho accepts mo I shall jn the iwido -world'? i may or you Marguerite.' am." at me audj-laughod-ja a ,that rang along., through rhne'nt a mysterious 'ha rest of the body, passes on the-iaaUybny; Pennsylvania's and; gone and done The Curtinmby Hurrah 'for tlib'Wide Old Buck's -not-I Being wanted; .'ing. 7 mmiste rgracc dcfcnd.us, I that thing -thp'ro .meant to But since..' If an :I've I; feel all goose -so'than ''J I thought your fusion would ftt.j least confuse ..r.'i' I'm rightly .called.. Ifunkiiir m' dread i 'i'.j For 1 Run satraps'for a prophet'to cx-iU ol You'll, find fellows .hanging round -.f, At TanimahyV the'r Tribune'1 theri For by. your.jears, of ,1] I should conclude that 'you're -Assyrians (Ass thbhall. i" My dear ho are the victim of a UttlO ruae, My you iii'souVaiid body-r1 i But let her ripl-Svho'll jpi'n'mb'inv< i a o-i.j i [lie-enter Yancey Gfree- -i- i Great J i Bucn- --You should say pot-en J j vJio in Excuse :the. pun, I 'What? that 1 none Sviir laugh? 'You're-all-.as.'dismal. i ...-itaplll i Horace, tell, us [thatv scrawl's J i j your party isiplayed "out--3110 i Columbia's weighed- ih-jhef i scale, and; found: j O.ji That fish, Toufrc j ing worth' a loavbV and fishes i taken from o, point of fact you "must -'-suatult'-1' Salt river cK.' given, me; Jio -blackest ;Cj; .kind of. .But. I'll. to '-The'curtaiii' falls to -general groans 'i.) s dare dbvil'feats ly, at .Jones' .W. feet of rope with chains dangling' from his limbi, aud baskets fastened to" bis feet. j i   

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