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Cincinnati Israelite (Newspaper) - January 27, 1860, Cincinnati, Ohio Periodical vol. . 30. In _ a in a a a a the israelite printed eve try Friday at Cincinnati Ohio by Bloch amp co., to 3$ West sixth st., Between main amp Walnut for Isaac or Wise editor to proprietor. Teems Throe dollars Par annul in Advance. The Deborah i3publih�?d week Yin German at amino Ottke and by the Dame publisher. Teems one Dollar Aud fifty centum Advance. For Tho two Publ Ai Iod taken by Tho Dame Perron our dullard Peran num in Nova no. Preachers Are charged but Bulf Tho above prices. Teems of advertising in either weekly paper at do Are of twelve line of ibis sired Type or i month j. 3 month. 6 . A Cortis ment and paper one Butin Ess cards of five. To eight lines publish j in either paper one year,.vv"vit. It to both papers double those prices with to per . Book printing la English German and to Emcy Quot is p ton o f Job p Rint Ngy in end Tibah or Surman or both thankfully received an executed with infect Nesb nearness and dispatch. La. Maclane . P s a a a i Xxxi. Cincinnati Ohio january 27, 5620, a. Hi., 1860, a. C i a whole number 290. In thee eternal i confide from shame thy servant free and lot thy provide. Deliverance for me. Incline to me thy gracious ear to by ichor me with Speed draw near to thou my Rock of Refuge it rung by Safe Retreat my a Creek from wrong. For my embattled Rock Ort thou where i should ref Ope take conduct and guide my thither now i lord for thy Naovie c Sake. Withdraw me safely from the net. Which of ii in i ii Jed men have a with secret malice in my Way for thou lord i in my Strung the and stay. Into thy hand t now resign my air or Yea to thee lord god of troth love benign. Has saved und set moire. A 1 a a bile sonic Del Asiona vain esteem i View them with contempt Supito a the eternal Hvid my desire a a in him i Tribit to Rio Umpire. Thy mercy lord Shalt make me glad my trouble boat thou weighed r in ibid in of Ray distress to sad my bosom All surveyed. Enslaved Hast thou not left my mind by the adversary a Power it Ion tined bul Dis enthralled to by thy Grace and Given my footsteps am clo space. Mercy to me eternal i show for troubles o Ermo full mine Eye i solves with heavy woe a with grief my in Moat Eon i. My ufos is spent in sledding Lear in heaving sighs i paso my Vloto through sin my health Aud strength decay my very Bone consume away. My Loob reproached me neighbors railed a and mine Acono Illance spurned while thy who saw my thus Ursa Lej a. A la let far from me humid. Like the forgotten dead Ain i unheeded and unknown i lit or like a Jar it Brittle a in 9 shivered and Worth ass of repair. 1 a of slanders tangles i heard Tho sound fear was on of Ory Hun in secret Council Mon wore found a to Tuko my Iii they planned. But in thy love Ai my , o lord i i placed tuy con tide net. Thee Only a my god i own my times Arain thy hand alone a from malice Aud hostility. Deliver thou my soul from persecution set to free from wicked in ooh a Centro. Upon thy Eer Vaut cause ,. A. A he Bra gut Ness of thy face Ben leu beneath thy care my spirit take a a j ave to for thy mercy a Sake. 1 a Aud save to for thy mercy1. On do not shrine Jne for to thee a a a i r. I cried for help Toj eave the a cos do they ashamed Sli Oll be a Aud silent in the grave. A. To file Cee also-8bal\.bo brought. The Gullo Lul i psf with malice fraught that contumely proudly spook. Again is the till piteous Aud the Meek. 1 s. A 1 1. A. ?.How great the goodness thou Hast stored to All who fear thy Lucae 1 at a wrought for those Whin thy word i their Faith to men proclaim. 1 a these in thy present Wilt Thun bide. Surely screened from human Pride a Aud curtained secretly from Strile of angry tongues preserve their life. 9,4 a a. %. A. The Oxford above to Kliors to up Vura wrong a sea Ora in his amazing love As in a City Strong a a to rust am i com before thine eyes a a. I grieving so with Luwie unit Quot a Delej Idest thou my voice to hear a in complaint attained thine ear. 9.a a t Allye Ria saints the lord ador.1,. For to the faithful eaves and Rich Reward has he. Inshore a for him that danger Brave. Take con Rug and tie will impart Mew strength and boldness to your heart with All your foes in might to Cope a be u to to la Etc Epa i of toe maccabees. I. A a by Tho author of a tie Lait str Jyle of Ile Satin a a Ivie combat Nfn Dit people Quot a tine so female e family Quot tic., fie., Ole. Copy right secured according to Law chapter Xii. The plot. Apollonius having come from Samaria was the guest of the High priest still he met with no Success in behalf of his daughter. The Laws of Syria Are supreme every other person or thing is secondary was the principle of Apollonius and he swore if up Hewiue was Quot his own child she would receive the same treatment from his hands. Of the Laws of Syria condemned her to die he said he would be the executioner of his own child. Controlled As he was by Aspasia and a thorough hatred against the hebrew people Little could be expected of still my Claus hoped to succeed when the news of the successive defeats reached him and turned him is mad Doga furious tiper a ferocious and insatiable beast that kills to satisfy his destructive passions. There was no Hope for any one the least suspected of notional Trapl patriotic sentiments to escape the Salt re of a the infuriated executioner of la aug Antioch us. Alene Laus began seriously to fear the worst consequences for the life of his daughter and intended to speak again to Apollonius when the latter like a mad Man. With tile sword in his hand every hair of his head standing on end ids eyes veiling wildly in their sockets and darting Forth looks of wild fire roaring like an enraged rigor a a hither bring them hither a reeled into the official apartment of the High priest. Like Hie voice of madness it echoed throughout the Palace and the heavy Walls appeared to tremble. More like a fury than a Man to ran up and Down tile mum and moaning wild and sounds while he fought the Resistless air he received his two subordinate officers Phil Arches and Callis thones who brought him the tidings of their prostrated on their faces they waited for his orders. After his rage subsided so far that he could articulate lie cried a the valorous warriors of Syria the mighty champions of my glorious King Defeated by a horde of rebels. Curse on All who brought till shame on the arms of Syria. Curse and death to ail who disgraced the standards of King u my gracious lord a Phil Arches plead a it is not our fault. Our men fought heroically. All the corps in our rear and flanks gave Way to the different bands of rebels who then brought us midst of four different bodies of the enemy. Our men could not possibly stand the terrible current storming against them from All May All of them go to Pluto and his infernal daughters a Apollonius cursed a who thus disgraced the arms of Syria the standards of Syria in the hands of naked undisciplined rebels a serpents nod dragons there must have been treachery vile miserable treachery in our own a my lord not in our Camp,1. Said Callis throes a for our men fought Well to the last. I can not Tell How they succeeded to to i. A a Cut their Way through die corps in our rear and flanks but in our was no treachery commanders of the Defeated corps Are in custody and will receive their Pun is Brient Apollonius said. A a but they say. The hebrew help lists by the scores deserted and made common those visors Are unreliable. They creep in the dust and flatter with a smooth Tongue As Long As they must but their venom comes Forth when Tho oppressive hand is with a haying cursed again Aud anon and after running a few minutes about the room in sheer madness he turned again to the two Defeated officers where is the end f i j a a a a concentrated in the wilderness of Judah a said Philard hcs a a in High spirits and great #. A nah i believe Pabila Rencs weeps and trembles a Apollonius scorned a be Speaks of the High spirits and great Power of a handful of rebels. I will teach them very soon their own weakness and at the head of my army i will March against them and crush them at once and none of them shall escape. Death or slavery shall be thelo Rof the rebellious cowards. The child in its mothers womb and the boasting hero shall learn to none shall escape my hand shall destroy a a my lord if Loyal Phi arclies is permitted to speak a he said a if his voice in behalf of our glorious King is not too feeble to reach your ear let me advise nay entreat you not to attack the enemy before you have received considerable a sweep on cowardly woman a Apollonius cried furiously a to excuse your ignominious defeat to defeat a band of rebels no i need not All of my men to rout and kill them to the last How Mony syrian soldiers Are necessary to kill a few thousand rebellious cowards a cowards with lout us pm no my lord again i most solemnly assure you you Aire mistaken id file Quot character of the enemy a Phi Arches remonstrated. A a Host of Semi barbarous fanatics half Clad and poorly armed cunning fierce and furious such is Tho enemy concern rated in the desert where they know every spot and we Are strangers this is the True picture of the a a they shall tremble before Apollonius a he cried a and none shall contradict Rise Defeated syrian and hear my orders. I go instantly to meet the enemy and crush him. You shall cleanse the spot of shame upon your official garb by the blood of the rebels. Cal list hones governs Samaria and Lii Arches governs Jerusalem during my absence. The More you kill of those rebels lie faster you erase your shame from my memory. Whoever is suspected of disloyalty he must die without mercy. It is better one thousand die Thau one guilty Bead escape and croak rebellion against the whoever Speaks of the god the religion Laws rights customs or language of Israel be it Man or woman the hoary head or Hie suckling he must die and his carcass shall he thrown before Tho stubborn and rebellious people that they learn obedience. Terror and dismay shall reign none shall dare speak think or feel contrary to the will of our King. I will count your merits by the Heads of the men. You Lave slain for your King. Believe none Trust in none suspect every one whatever his pretensions May be. This is a nation of dogs and serpents it lout be a such however Are not the orders and instructions by our illustrious King a Menc Laus objected. A you dare not rage against his Loyal a never mind what the priest says a Apollonius continued to rage a a let him bring sacrifices and incense to the gods and not meddle in our business. Do him no harm he is our Kings favorite priest. The orders arc unconditional submission or a i a death. There is no other a a my lord Little a do i care for the rebellious hebrews a said Phi arclies a yet must beseech you to defer this operation til re enforcement arrives. You underrate the strength and fury of the enemy a a Apollonius. Was never Defeated a he cried proudly a a i will teach them this a a Ita a a a a icy bios , the spy we have seen with Mata thin to the notice of Apollo Nius who without speaking to Clio who Knelt before him said to a Cymes 1 your request is granted you go with head of Jonathan the Asna Hcan is tie you understand me i Promise you another High Reward for every Asmo Nean Bead a Alc mos bowed profoundly and pointed to Clio. A what Lins the spy to report a he asked hastily. A a despondency and despair in the Camp of the rebels a was the answer. A a speak a All exclaimed at once. A matathia died suddenly they have no a a m Leader and despair seized on them a said the spy. A a a this is the proper moment a Apollonius voc iterated. A a ale mos convey my orders to my captains. Forthwith every Jota there a a of must be carried out. The spy goes with me. Cali Stenos goes to Samaria to his Post. Pabila Rencs remains in when i return you shall Sec that you Are cowards. The two priestesses of Venus a Paia and in Hegmoe must be closely watched. One has betrayed us and the other appears to intend it. Unconditional submission or death is the quintessence of my a Apollonius with his train left the apartment Only Menelaus remaining. Overcome with grief and mortification he exclaimed a a did i abjure my god and apostate be my people to be an automaton without the Power to protect my friends my own child against the rage of a bloody despot hold on madman i have a remedy for this evil. I am the favorite priest of Antiochus and shall fest cd thee to tremble before an out in sctt i Riestr highly agitated he walked the room in rapid strides undecided what a a course to adopt. On a sudden to cried a a my child my beloved child must t not attempt ter Rescue mph Cine from the satanic grasp of Aspasia a he unrolled the Parchment grasped the Peu but it fell from his hands. A if he is victorious i am lot a he voc iterated a if j write Coe word against. In m a Why Ain i weaker than my child who threw off the Sacerdotal Robe and Girdle Why can not i follow her example a a he Soliloquy sized a a and and be the playbill of my enemies the laughingstock of Ray opponents the poor contemptible Menelaus who abjured his god and apostate sized his people to Pine away his last Mays in remorse and obscurity no a he cried violently a not this Victory to my enemies i must be High priest the mighty favorite of ammelin., the lord of this country. I must first wait for the result of this Pabila Rencs returned to the High prism and finding him to in agitated state of mind he at once addressed him a you Teel the insult which that haughty Man throws on the friends of the King therefore i came to consult with you my divine a a Phi arclies is Welcome to me a said the High priest a a but what eau i do against the King s governor a a the haughty Man underrated the strength of tile enemy a said Phi arclies a a and thought to out off the different bands of rebels from their main body by a handful of lieu and thus exposed the Kings army to peril and ignominious defeat. This the King should know. Now after the enemy Lias gained in courage positions and numbers after Nearl Olio half of our army Discon fitted he exposes the rest without a reasonable Hope of Success to a fierce enemy just to satisfy his ambition. Also this the King should a a Why do you not inform him thereof a the Kigh priest asked. A because he would suspect my words being intended Only to excuse my defeat a said Phil Arches and so i would Only expose myself to his anger. A a you my divine lord you being charged with the duty to retain this province for Tho King you May nay you must complain of this Blunder of a haughty Man who defies your rank and dignity and burls insult at the Kings most of Loyal a a a and if Apollonius returns victorious from the desert a Menelaus asked. A a then he will accuse you before the King of having been auxiliary in the escape of Jose Ben Koczer through your daughter said he to the astonished a a then ale mos who 5s promised your office will testify against you before the King

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