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Hobart herald. (Geneva, N.Y.) 1879-1942, February 01, 1898, Image 19

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FROM THE BOOK OF CTHE DREAMER. 1 59 ADDENDUM. That the whole team, was supported, Built and formed for wondrous valor, By the great Co-ach-i-at-ld,— One among a thousand warriors— Mighty in his skill and valor Know ye all ye sons of Hobart.— Ed. ^ r o m flje £ o o l i o f th e D r e a i n e r . 0 all men, before they go down to the Great Quietness, thoughts com e: and to most men t hese thoughts are, perchance, well nigh of a kind. But to him who, fortunate in snaring therm first utters them and unfolds their inner strangenesses to the gaping world and gratifies the hankering of the world for some new thing— to him is given the glory of them. Ancl herein is the great value of speech in the view of one sort of men. But again, the beauty of his thoughts and not the renown of them may be to him, who has uttered them not, the greater solace. * * ^ Whence thoughts come we know n o t ; w e would we knew whither they go. W hen first we a re aware of them they are with us ; when we strive after them to grasp them, to take them, into our minds wholly and make them a part of ourselves, they are gon&. A.s I said, we would we knew whither they go ; for these flitting and intangible creations of our fancy are beautiful and pure and fair above all tilings to look upon. “They are like the cool morning mist which the sun o f summer dissipates. * * £ ♦ The story of the second vision o f Sametzu, son of Vitocris. “ I, Sametzu, the high priest of the L,ord Osiris, the king of light, being an old man and full of cares speak unto the perople strange mysteries. For behold X have dreamed impossible things beside the Valley of Vision ; and yet have I not dreamed, but seen; I have not imagined, but I have touched with mine hands the starry realms, the infinite abodes, and mine ears have

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