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Cincinnati Israelite (Newspaper) - September 19, 1862, Cincinnati, Ohio I a i. A a a w. In. A i of i a a f a meekly periodic Al a devoted. To the religion history and literates of the israelite. Vol . Is a a Cincinnati lilo Friday september 19 34>22, a1 m.,j 1862, a. C. Whole Kumler 427. A i f a psalm 139. I i min a a thou lord i Hast searched to thro1 and thro and All that in within know th7 Worthing owed. Observing View up and filleting Down. Tho Tho is hts that. In mind ari6u, thy foresight from afar describes. My path by Day Couch by night poet thou Eti Truall co in puss round Atid wholly Ope ii in thy sight. Are Aud wanderings found j a or fails there from Tongue a word t. Cut what thou listening teared lord i whether i lie , or stand. I a a a behind before on either Side Hast thou beset Aud thy hand a or Floon to All Frame applied. Knowledge too Jav audrous this for to it is High How High i can no see. Thy spirit where shall i elude ?. A a a a thy presence where Hull i evade ? into the heavens could i intrude. There should i Sec full displayed j Yea Vero i Down in hell to lie a a a i there should meet thy . A the wings of morning could i take. Earth a utmost limit to explore habitation make Llyon the seats remotest Thuro Eye there thy hand would guide Way faltering thy right hand would stay. 1 .1. A 17�?�?o the darkness sure will throw 1 a covering Over a Idle thought even night would obvious round glow from thee her darkness covers thee us noon the Midnight beams Aud Clear us Light the darkness aeolus. My every inward vital part. Was in toy keeping from of old t Aly Frame thou with consomme ate Art a a a a f in t a a Ltd didst in in holes womb a r thee. Will i Praise for fearfully a a Quot Aud won Dorsally made am i. A. A i a a a a a a a a a a thy works How marvellous Well knows. My soul for net concealed from thee the Avins which Frame compose when mad-., where Nous but thou could to a with curious Art it natures birth. Wrought to the bowels of Tho thou lord didst on tissues look while yet they All in embryo Lay and written were they in thy books a a Al registered the wry Day each to perfection should be brought when none of them a yet were wrought. A. A thy thoughts of Mon Bow precious they How god is their amount to reckon them should i essay Tho soar Aud might i sooner count. Each morning i awake i find i still am with thee father kind Tho thou surely slay a a a a in i Dignat on just o god i depart from away i away be Mon of treachery strife and blood against thee speak they to their shame and daringly blaspheme thy name. A a a t j # a a 1 a 7>o hate for All who against the hatred Bear Ani not i grieved o lore with those who to Robol against thee dare ? x a i Row them with dislike supremo a thine out Mica mine own i deem. It it search to god i observe Hearth. Try to and All motives View Aud see if in inward Pirec 4 Thoro Fork aught evil or untrue anti in Tho everlasting Way conduct safely lord j i pray.,- a a. 0 a to Ndon a Eich chromite. Manlius Newton in repeated a a a a and i hastened after you Quot hut Alai in i have come too late a \ a a a a a a a then you know something of it a said Manlius in a Quick eager excited i tone. U As i said before i feared it or. New Quot a a a a a a a though very life depended on taking a Long time without Avail. A was sent a to is lie name i ii till a your counsel i would. Ouake a single step. Ire All haste for the Village physician . A a. # a 1 a t v i a j # f 1 a i a % in. Ii. A i ton. A j ,. I. a 14 then you a five suspicion of who has done in ? a cried Manlius Quot a a a More than suspicion/7 said Thompson pointedly. A speak Quick who and la but shudder. 441 have no heed to name a him while tie All it be his decree Liat i shall wrong i a i i i carries such Datum a evidence of his a in suffer so be it i can die like a Manf a a a Ai a a crime replied Thompson a pointing to the Strong in mine own innocence. A j others hands. A a a a a but Only think of your friends Manli Manlius looked Down,1 Wickli an air of sur us. / a a. / 41 no More or. Manlius i know you mean Noel. Come there a is no Trine for delay. J 14 you Are a Noble fellow replied Thomp i Soh a and it grieves to think of Therou. Hie that has come upon Yoti. Come since you Are resolved let us go a a a a the two accordingly started and when he came opposite his fathers House Manlius spoke for the first time since quitting the presence of the dead. A a a. 541 by your leave or. Thompson i will be news to a your Story but than is Neces is judge and als i Hope for mercy / Shry. Say that i Ain Here and voluntarily j in another world p am not guilty of this a yield myself up to the Law. A a a i deed i1 n j 41 t will do As you desire a was Thi 441 would i could believe you Manlius and the two Newton returned the other with a Sor on reaching the House a Manlius met his Row Ful shake of the head. A father at the door. A Quot a a a a a a a a a a a 44 where is Mother a was Manlius Only remark. A a. A. A i. A. It % ,. Will be terrible blow for them and it he the Vacti rnai a they still were his Mother t 14 a t a 4 a a 4 a. A or guilty one would not now unable to endure any More uttered a like to see you arraigned before the. Bar of a deep groan a and fell. Senseless to the Justice . Understand a floor. A 5 a a i do not know that i dp/1. A j a see l it has already killed any Deara then in Plain language j would advise a Mother in t he. Cried you to Fly while the Opportunity presents aide. A a. A a j in All probability,.if you go now you will j servants were called and mrs. Newton escape i will not lift a hand to detain was borne in a state of unconsciousness to a Lier own Roora Abd Laid upon the bed where a a a you mistake said main liar proudly the used a1 restoratives were applied but for. _ a a a a a v a a a a d _ _ prise As if he did not understand what was meant but the moment firs eyes rested with Stern Resolution. I on his knife very bloody an expression of 1 bad com the most appalling horror swept Over his handsome countenance and letting the knife fall to. The ground to fairly shrieked a a Ohi what have i done i am lost tam Hist ruined forever ruined of a \ tiler Dir i outlier this tills will be a death blow to you both a a and lie leaned against a tree for support. But suddenly he started up again exclaiming wit i Energy 44no to Why should f ? they the reply a and do you not can you believe capable of so foul a crime a cried Manlius with passionate Energy. one is rage and a desire for revenge i believe one May be led i to do a deed which in his cooler moments lie would shrink from with terror a was the reply. 44 you say Manlius Newton against you and you say tru a a a # j a a in the Kitchen superintending the break fast. A it. A r a a a a a a Pra a Caliper into the parlor i have sad nows for you both a a j a i when.. And mrs. Newton entered the room they found Manlius pallets death his eyes fixed of the ceiling with an Abstractedly and whether i believe you guilty or in a gaze Aud apparently unconscious of every Nocent can in no manner past. J thing around him. His father spoke to him i the Man is dead that is certain killed a Quot i it a it he not heed him and advancing to stabbed in several places and i find you. Him or Newton took hold of his Arm Cay Quot Ere. Bending Over him in j inti i a tone of alarm i bloody knife. What must i infer ? a a Manlius Why Doyoung speak an original novel. A f0& the israelite a. By h. My Moos. Tho of author. Of the Mortara drama and of Many valuable poems or. H. M. Moos of Savannah Tenn. Has written an original and very interesting novel for the israelite which we Yville begin to. Publish next week. Gentlemen who wish to possess the whole novel should subscribe now for the israelite. A vim. R a Milton Newton a a modern tale of evidence in hate r v Liu i 41. X h Law up l deed a a a a a -.�?��?�ir. Condo aet from no. Toof i feared this/7 he said turning to Manlius,.who stood Las one bewildered hib convulsively with the hah die of a Largo clasp Knifer whose sanguine Blade too clearly proclaimed it. The instr non 6rwuhhichthe awful deed had Beekil performed. I4 of i heaven i feared this j More especially when it is Well known., j you and the deceased quarrelled yesterday a that you this morning and that on hearing you had followed him i r 9a of you both lest without the interference of a third party something like this should happen.�?�. /. 111 see i see a groaned Manlius wring ing his hands a a circumstances have . Of Fate thy work is done and Lam lost i but god who sits above the tribunals of Man and Readeth , know eth innocence. I did Fol Low English to chastise him for the blow he gave yesterday a that is True a but i a s a a i never contemplated a deed like this. I found him As you see Bim with the knife a a a a a a a a. A buried in his heart. I was shocked bowl a i 4 a a i in a a a dered horrified and scarcely knowing what i did i stooped Down to see if life. A j ,. A. A i a a were extinct. My Eye falling upon the. Knife i was struck with the resemblance to a one i. Had recently lost and instinctively As it were without a thought of. The cons i a a a a i Quence i drew1 it a Forth and to utter astonishment found that it was own. A in this manner hands became bloody arid1 t was examining it As you came up and Sif Pri de .�?this, or. Thompson is the real truth but-1 comprehend snffi6ien try a a a a the position in which a Chain of car Ouslan a Des has placed i to. Deem it useless to to Peac Why tale. A. 44 you Are right or. Newton it Voulff be Little better than useless your to arousing he said �?~44�?~i have shocking news for you prepare for the worst a a a a a Goon a a almost gasped his father while his Mother Sank upon a seat and fairly held be breath a. A a a a Eugene English is murdered a a a said. Manlius Jun agitated tone. To n r j f j r a i la _ j . Exclaimed both with aeon Vul save gasp of horror. 4�?~ yes,.father�?yes, Mother murdered a and though innocent As either of you a Chain Quot of circumstances fix the most horrible crime. A a a a a i 11 a a a a upon . A r a upon you Manlius. Of this is indeed terrible hews but if you Are innocent Manlius you can prove yourself so i a 4talas buoy yourself up with no such Hope for it is better that you a be not deceit a a a 1. J i. J / a a 4 speak dear boy i Tell All-1 give All the Partiful a and theh can judge for a a �?�1 a a a a i. A but dear Mother i a fear a she Wilt not be Able to bears Chi ill views All at once Baid Manlius with emotion. A a see she faints already,.�?�. J to 44no, no go on Manlius j a put know alb i , Bear suspense. Murmured a a a a hib Mother faintly. A ? it o i Manlius Thea proceeded to relate in. A hurried excited tone much that is known to the Reader but when he came to speak of Howe had been discovered by .Thomp 8tory,for i fear your beat Fri phys would Mot .1 son beside the Corpse with his Ojo knifed believe it. I feel deeply for your family it 1 Hia hands and his hands red with the blood of son was gone. A. A of the arrival of or. Brown who reported the a stated the greatest excitement Manlius in a quiet j 4< i can no. Longer be of any use to dear. Mother therefore i will retire to Myown room. Said you father i will see no one till the officer comes to arrest . doom and shall try to meet it with for ? Titue relying solely upon mind innocence. And the mercy of a a Manlius had scarcely. Gained his own apartment and locked himself in when or. A Hamilton his wife and Julia arrived at the House of affliction to condole with i. R a44 alas we know not what an hour May bring were the and impressive words of or. Newton As. He seized the a band of his More than brother i44oae Houri a since Junius in was a Happy husband and father. Now look the partner of to Nom Amanias and he the off. Spring of., sunny Days a our hop.e.-?ri9 doomed to worse than death. Pity App is tam wretched.�?�. 441, do Walter a i do from heart. Surely you do not thin Manlius guilty,?�?�./ a a i Trust in god not but the evidence. Against him will convict him a of that i fee a certain. Of. A a / a it a ooh no no say not that i cried j Alia who 8toodby, arid Beard these words a say not that he must he swazi be saved/7a 11 blood for blood is the mosaic Lanai and to a. Ges is a great Lato give shrieked the maniac Mother starting up in bed. A an icy shudder pervaded the Frame of eve a Ery one who heard that awful and seem-4 singly prophetic denunciation a 41 of god i support a ton a a Quot a i a a a a a i must caution you to be careful of what is said in the presence of the patient admonished the doctor. A a r Hamilton a Newton and Julia now quilted the room leaving mrs Newton in charge a of the physician mrs. Hamilton and one or a two servants. A a -. Or. Newton now related his son�?Ts1 Story a to h is Friend and both agreed that there was a Little Hope of his being cleared by an intelligent jury Julia Only took exception. 4 i a 9 a in in a i know he is innocent she said. 441 would stake life on it. Would that i a a # a a could see him. I must see him if Only for a Fow a Quot a. A a a. A a a message was accordingly dispatched to Manlius to this effect but he returned for a a a a. A a a i t a a Amger that he did not wish to see any one Bisy Ather a a % t. \ ave a Sec now Over the eve. A rfcs of the Day. A Coroner was sent. For and a inquest held on the body of the murdered. English. -. Thompson gave in his testimony and the verdict of the jury. Iii accordance with the facts a that a a a a a. _ a. R. A a the deceased came to by Means of wounds inflicted by a knife have been in the hands of Manlius new ton. /. A a a a a warrant arrest of accordingly issued and the dread officer of was shown to the room a i. M 0 a a 1 a i t Manlius who , Saidt. A. A a a. A oui re come on an unw.elc6mo vi9iti.vir. Nowton/7 a j is r you must do Youj duty in Tobee Ploug expecting you/7 was Tho reply

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