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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - September 5, 1849, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania,3 Lamilia a Yeak. Morning september Stosie seated pistol while the other approached the coach window and said we v apr h k so a i Huuki room s probation. N. From naming love affairs we Are adventurers and request you in give us the portion of the the Clenel and his son in Law swore and a ranted but the robber c00ny insisted upon his his demand. After some Parl eying however uie tint i could Valcu. Horseman Bent towards the Young Man and whispered in his ear that you May see we Are most reasonable men we leave you the Choice of two one so to father hereditary portion Ienir or bar of his lift Guinea. He As returning Homo from one of Trio Scimio of . Which he habitually Fremo in mind and for for us either the Bride or her portion inc first in casing a inn look upon i certain. Reasons it is quite immaterial to us and rum of his lie Zaulil not Well deter moreover no one shall know your decision us Glicr lie end his troubles by a Trig ten pcs. Eur by throwing himself into a ii c lie if us wavered Between fire and Iva sri to very profound idea occurred to him the bridegroom did not think Long about the matter for he whispered take he cried the robber to his accomplice we shall take the Litls Tipon himself but to in the twinkling of an Eye the Soldier seized a out of the his gentle son in Law by the neck Shook him of by tiie hand of a wealthy exclaimed in a Thunder voice thought he went a villain so my. Conjecture was not in j ill rely in his nocturnal visions the j founded that you cared riot for my daughter but few girls frisked around merely for her Fortune god be Happy in thinking my child and my Money Are not yet irrevocable Llo a on ii in future upon the dowry morning he reflected anew your clutches. Know then Knave the Man who married you was no Clergyman he a s a brother Soldier in priest s attire and these am it in j Are not highwaymen but friends who Civ pit big a Cir can. Have done me the service of proving you. Since Fri or he was then you have Laid open your vileness we shall Hiross he wanted. Nil re girded not Toce the la he must throw his nets else in London j have no More connection. I shall return Home Rcd him As a spend i with my daughter and my Money and you May k thought of. He saw go to London or to the and searching he at upon in uld Rich colonel living upon his stir a Niit a Vonty Miles from the i in in London fan Only daughter. Ibis gentleman by Means promised half the Booty and received. The in of til. I or ,.tiiib a Cut. You you Row Side. Guru tie parties you can serve impartially and will see a specimen of our Stern five or six officers came into the tent and a w of benches for. The court were ranged out it yet wanted a Quarter of an hour of Sunset. It was a strange wild place to decide upon the life or death of a fellow mortal. The prisoner was brought in the front of the court his hands pinioned behind him. In truth his face bore the Brand of bloated swollen one marked with severity and cruelty in every Lineament. John said a tone and with a look of disgust what have Yvo to say for yourself i Hope be my singular existence i did not know what i was where i was. Or where i Carno from. I opened Niy eyes a div my Serosa tums the Light the vault of heaven to Tiff venture of t. The Earth the Crystal of the very thierr Nuch fatigued by interested me animated me and gave me an i of my mind my Knees Bent and inexpressible sentiment of pleasure i thought a pos tin tji if gave new vigor to Iii Iier the of tree Imi if i i red c Dowie in clusters a Smirk a Nch. If my i Frfd. I touched them from the Branch it has i thought i had made i the in of Reat change when suddenly i heard sounds i ii0 d 10 an0lher the singing of the Birds t. A air formed a concert the Sweet influence seemed to me which touched my very soul i Ikens a for Al ammatpl1 which i Felt pleasure in. F vanquishing. I had put this fruit near my eyes its form and Colot. Its Deli at first that All these objects were in and. Made Parji of myself i was confirming in , when i turned my Sun its brilliancy distressed me warily closed my eyelids a a a i full a sen sati on of grief. In this moment of t , and j soon Harmony was myself. Intent upon and entirely occupied with this new part of my existence i had already forgotten Light that other portion of my being the first with which i had become acquainted when i re opened my eyes. What happiness to possess once More so Many Brilli ant objects my pleasure surpassed what i a d Felt the first time and for awhile suspended the charming effect of sound. I fixed my eyes on a thousand different objects i soon discovered that i might lose and recover these objects and Llinat i had at my will .1____ 1 it. Ing room and groped about until he found knife and Tjie bodies. He had just applied. Iii former to the neck of the latter when from the sepulchral voice let my head i replied jake6 i aint particular head -11 do jes As he accordingly put the knife to the neck the other equally unearthly in its tone shrieked j let my head alone to me immense in its grandeur from the Quality of the rays of Light and from the variety of the i that it was i was beginning to hear without agitation when a slight Breeze whose freshness i Felt brought to me perfumes gave me pleasure and caused a fee in., of love for in Seif. If Tiit cd by ail Linese sensations and oppressed by the pleasures of i in Beautiful and existence i suddenly Rose and i Felt myself it nearer it was the. Novelty of made me motionless my Surprise was extreme 1 thought Jake was puzzled at Firsti but an severed tai5en. By an Power. A he a Muster Toliver says i must bring one Ohde Heads and you in t l Vine to in y existence was flying fro " move fool me no and Jake hacked Sway until j ment i Mafie do jets around me i h a separated the head from the . There disordered. Upon half a dozen voices screamed bring it Back bring it Back i put my hand to my head i touched my Ibi e and eyes i Felt All Over my my j v air Jar Mil that Hoy would u As possible As it was his married couple should Al afternoon for and that Luj Rhein was confounded and began excuses about travelling oct Tho of iii3 Soldier it were futile assuring him run sons for proceeding Forth capital Ami that his matrimonial j Boas Well in Alired in London a in by what was to be done Why 7 immediately undertaken. The ecu Rcd in a Arnall casket before the "1c Iii portion of the Bride w Bank notes took it 9 placed himself by Tho bide of couple in Carriage. R01 through r scarcely tie Hirly entered it when two horsemen wind the Carriage. One of the postillion with a pre their drink was a Small flask of whisky mixed with the Cool Spring water. They had nearly finished their meal when a Fine looking officer entered the tent. A Justin pot Luck time Middleton. Draw up your Stool lad there is plenty left. Major Castleton Lieut. Middleton my officer of All work Secretary and the lieutenant bowed took his seat at the Board and ate with an appetite that denoted a Long fast. Having satisfied his inner Man he turned to Marion and said thank god we have got the thank god indeed where is the tory under guard with hands and feet in half an hours cried Marion grind ing his Teeth there will be one less murderer in Ca Rolina. Call All the officers in Camp Toge ther and bring out the prisoner. Summon the he shall have a fair Marion paces Forward his dark Eye lit up with usual fire. He stopped abrupt major i request you to act How was a correspondent of the new York spirit gets off the following. No comment is necessary it will speak for itself you have doubtless heard the Story of the professor in some College who being known for the Gravity of his department was never known to indulge in jokes or frivolity of any kind but was one Day highly amused with the reply of a Young student to whom he had have a very Nice new coat sir but i think it too said the youngster it will be Long enough sir before i get the professor you remember laughed heart ily at the Pun and could think of nothing the Day. Night at the Weting of the faculty of the the of the evening had been transacted and the solemn old. Fellows were engaged in desultory conversation our professor to the great sur prise of his colleagues Young said a Good thing this morning and then burst into a very laugh. What was it 7" began the professor he came into my room hers he laughed immoderate and indeed got throw ill with great difficulty and i remarked to him that he had a very handsome new coat Only i thought it rather Short and he sir but it will be a before i get of course every body looked very grave and began to Cudgel their brains to discover the Point of the Story. The narrator was very much taken Aback and after scratching his Headia moment said very the fact the thing in t near so funny As Ujj Vas this i have Only repeated the above for the giving you a twin brother to it in the shape of a scene that took place in our town some Days after the Hite presidential election. Friend Horatio who in a Pun meets Squire Gaines one of the Best old Fellows extant in the Street and hails him Hallow Squire can you Tell me. Why you Are like All these whig that Are coming give it replies the Squire. Jake had reached the door but on hearing hand then appeared to me the principal Organ this turned Roux to and i of my existence. What i Felt Vas so distinct see Yah. Jes you keep quiet to Complete the enjoyment of it appeared you fool and Don t Wake up the women folks. So perfect compared with the pleasure that master s Only Gwine to look at lha j Light and sound had caused me that i gave my bring Back my head at cried the Felt up1 entirely to. This subs Taisiia of my " tend you right away Juke As being and-1 Felt that Ity and every my body that i touched seemed to give Back to my hand feeling for feeling and each Louch produced a until re idea in my mind. I was not Long in discover ring Llinat Thi s faculty of feeling was spread Over every part of my body i soon found out the limits 06 Tynce which had at first seemed Tome immense in extent. I had cast Over i Ippu Juht t of enormous dimensions us Large that All the objects that so Rock my Eye appeared to me in comparison Mere Luminous Points. I he marched off will the head and thu next min Ute deposited it before the doctor. So you be got said his master a yes replied the unmoved Jake but be done look vat him soon Kase the German told me to fetch Hun Buck right sketch of Kossuth the Ilunga Rizii he looked paler and More suffering than us Ual. A Glass of Medicine blood at his Side from which he tailed from Lime to Lime us ii k the Means of teen Iii up his physical existence. Indeed though Al have often worked Nhis Side Ron Early in the morning till Lute at night Ido close to my lips with Long respiration i Jrew in the perfume and i enjoyed in Long the pleasures of smell. I filled with this perfumed air. My Mouth opened to exhale Iolj it opened again to inhale it. I that i1 possessed an internal sense of smell purer and More delicate than the first. At last i tasted. What a flavor what a novel until then i had o Only experienced taste gave me the feeling of . The j nearness of the enjoyment to myself produced the idea of Possession. I thought the substance of the fruit had become mine and that i had the Oiver of transforming beings. Flattered by this idea of Power and urged by the pleasure i had Felt i gathered a second and by degress took Possession of my senses weighed on my members and suspended the activity of my mind. I judged of my inactivity by the faintness of my thoughts senses blunted All the objects around which appear d feeble and indistinct. At this moment my now useless eyes closed and my head no longer kept up by the Power of my Muscles fell Back to seek support on the turf. Every thing became effaced everything disappeared. The course of my thoughts was lust the sensation of existence. Liis sleep profound but i do not know whether it was of Long duration not yet having an idea of and therefore unable to measure it. My waking was Only a Sec Ond birth and 1 merely Felt that i had ceased to exist. The annihilation i had just experienced caused Aien Satin of fear and made Ine feel that i could not exist forever. Another to Flag disquieted me. I did not know that i had not lost during my sleep some part of my being.-, i tried my senses. A endeavoured to know myself again. At this moment the Sun at of the to give Light. I scarcely perceived that i lost the sense of eight i existed too much to fear the cessation of my being and it was in vain that the obscurity recalled to me the idea of my first the omnipresence of god. Phou Art everywhere present o almighty god. Thou Art Here thou Art afr i lest the universe. Here a Flower enough to Young child from starving one might almost say that the physical part of Lim Han no longer an evidence of its own the Maii is nothing but spiritual Energy for if it were not so the perishing sickly Hull would Long since have dissolved in Spile of All the Wisdom of the physicians. He will not be sick and he is nut. Great As Are his bodily infirmities and suffering he is Strong and indefatigable his spiritual resources his will his enthusiasm endow him with the Powers of a giant although kind or fugitive existence Lar things i put my examined myself for a i looked5 Ai. There shines a Sun thou Art there thou Art not remember having him Stop to take any myself with pleasure. I followed my hand with i a Iso thou Art in tie a Reed and in the nourishment his mixture and though my and i observed allies movements. My j in the Light and in the darkness in sometimes eats i can assure you that the i filled . I an atom Ami Iri a world. Thou Art Here in this amount of food which is Narty movement off my Only a flowery Valley thou lend est thine ear to my cession of . J decant and Thoa Garest from the foot of near it i thy tirade Thyl Sublime songs which accompany my whole body and j the Haris of the Seraphim. Of thou who Art of objects fro i my the of the Serr Phim thou Art also , View. I thou Hearest also the Joyful notes which pervade Here was an illusion theairl Roji yonder Lark w the humming of in the my me expert Thea j Bee which flutters on the Rosie pm. Ladi distinctly my hand was being As Hou Hearest me deign like Only a Nail part of my find i could not a Wise to grail my request. J never Utset How it could increase so As to appear a moderate size. I then resolve Neil to Trust his physical strength is not More than that of a boy of six he bids death threatens him in Many different maladies his spirit keeps his body alive. How Long can this hero of the nineteenth Century this guide of our fatherland amid the foes that surround it How Long can his spirit sustain the contest that it Ever carries on with the Little of physical nature that is attached to it 1 my Friend if beyond the Ocean in the free and Happy America there Are men who feel sympathy for our Good cause who desire the Success of our efforts do not ask their prayer so much for the triumphs of tie magyars As for the life of Kossuth for Hungary cannot be conquered so Long As this incomprehensible being1, whose name is Kossuth is spared though russians and Austriana enter the country by myriads and though thousands of seemed to me larger it hid an infinite Wiber unde Only to touch which had not yet deep lived me and to be on my guard with respect to every Piher Way of feeling and being was useful to me. I put my self Ngann in motion and i walked Wilh my head High towards heaven. I struck Mysel Slig holy against Palm tree filled with fear i placed m f hand on this foreign substance for such i thou. Lit in because it did not give me Back feeling for feeling. I turned away with a sort of horror and then Ncnew for the first time that there was something distinct from myself. More this new discovery than i had been the others i had difficulty in reassuring Niy self and after having meditated upon this event i came to the conclusion that i ought to judge of external objects As i had judged of the parts of my own body that in thy sight May i always thingy and act As being in thy presence to the end that to appear at the tribunal of my judge with the whole world of spirits not be constrained to flee from before tie face of the holy Hohes. For the girls. _ How Many foolish girls have them selves by marrying Young men who had Noth ing to recommend them but riches. Is to has been the inquiry when a suitor Baa presented himself. Foolish girls rather ask is he intelligent 1 is he industrious is he virtuous ? let these be in the affirmative and if he has not second shirt to his Back we will Aris Wii for his wealth May be lost but the Good qualities of the heart will always remain like the to warm and bless. Remember this. E w safer

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