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Cincinnati Israelite (Newspaper) - October 5, 1860, Cincinnati, Ohio A weekly periodicals devoted to the religion history and literature. Vol. . 14. The israelite printed every Friday at 32 sixth sired a tween main and Walnut Cincinnati Ohio by Bloch amp co., or Isaac i. Wise editor a proprietor terms three dollars per annul in Advance. Tho Deborah i published weekly in Cernan at the Nim o Flo Aud by the same publisher at one Dollar and fifty cents in Advance. For Tho two publications taken by Tho same person. Four dollars per annul in a Vanco. Preachers arc charged but half those prices. Term of in either paper per Square of twelve lines of this size Type aet up solid on loser lion 7j Cen la two insertion for i Mouth i 3 months i 50 i a 4 of Cincinnati Ohio october 5, 9621, a. Iu., 1860, a. A whole number 326. $1 three in Bort ions is 4 6 months i 12 months 6 of to of without Chanco and paper year $12. Rui Iniss , not exceeding six lines solid so pub liable in either p Iper if published in both papers the Charco will to double with to per cent off. Book printing in English German and hebrew sex routed promptly and every description of Job printing in English or Gorman or both thankfully received and executed with correctness neatness and dispatch. Ii. Maclane books books books original american literature. American writers on Israella Lusbi subjects support your own authors ready for Sale at this office Momm a or the Pope and Hie inquisitors a drama together with Choice poems. By h. M. Moos. Price $1 of novels by Isaac m. Wise. 1. The first of the maccabees the great hanukah Story. Of 2. The combat of the people or Hillel and Herod. 50 3. Der Mas Kirte Liebhaber. 25 4. Die Fruchti inc in Boehme Walde 25 5. Jocha Swiberg odor Der Mensch in Walde. 25 novels by Kathan Mayer Al d. 1. The fatal secret or plots and counter plots. 50 2. The last of the Asmo neans of sgt All of the above books will be sent prepaid to any part of the u. States for $3 j is Post Stamps will be received in payment. A Genth Cor the israelite and Deborah t a following gentlemen have kindly consented to act w oar agents s. To nov Albany n. Y. Martin Beir Rochester n. V. A. Herman of Herman urn new York. Moses or loss of Silken bros.,j new York. M. Ezekiel Cleveland. Ohio. Mancos child Columbus. Ohio. N. D. Gold Otma Chicago Illinois. Rev. Ii. Kutner St. Louis to. We. Loco. Leavenworth City. Kansas. M. I s. Or Cun a hug a . A Rev. E. Oppenheimer Danville a. Henry a Strath to. Wilker Barre a. Hess and Bloom Baltimore 511. Solomon Goodman to. L. Z. Stern ii Eimer Columbus Georgia. 31. And of. Marx Mobile Aln Kiruna. Adolphu most Clin Tun. Louisiana. B. Or. Sola new Orleans. Lewi Stern do. Nicholas soil Are a Raymond mias. L. Kiefer port Gibson Atn it Taij it i h. Straps Jackson do More so Reg uc., san Francisco California. Joseph Bloch Oroville do Greenhood amp nov Phoeb Sacramento City Cal. Inn is s. Bauman Marysville Cal. E. , Sonora Cal. The hebrew Mother a i _ by Richard Thevenin French. Her was a Mother , that poor egyptian when a he Drew apart Becciu a olm to ild not Eoo her child beloved in its last agony a w Hen her sad Load she Laid in Lierd pair beneath the scanty Shade in the wild Pete and stepped. And of and past Ion july wept. Yet higher More Sublime How Many a Mother since that ancient Limo has shown Tho mighty Pov Rel Levo divine in such another hour 0 higher love to wait fast by the sufferer in his worst estate nor from the eyes to hide one Pang Bat Aye Iii courage to abide. And ton a no Angel bring in that dark hour unto a liking Spring Bijj it i and Ness a As was sent bulling her voice of turbulent i Ime it a of higher Faith to show out of what Depths of anguish Anil of woe the heart was Strong to raise to an father hymns of . Is the general hebrew Relief Assoc a who Vin a to provide for several orphan Cai i Aren wish to bind Over to respectable a j. Be respectively 4, 7, and 9 years old in a sm0r Surls respectively 3 and 4 years a. Aho charitable Are requested to and Drc amp i Jacob in Miller care of Friedman amp Alroy a Romance of the twelfth Century. A by Benjamin do Israk Llopart y ii continued from no. 13. 41 there is nothing stronger than sympathy a Soliloquy sized the physician of the Caliph with a meditative air a fall resolves itself into this principle and i confess this Learned doctor treats it deeply and an erudite spirit truly and an eloquent pen yet he refines too much. It is too Scholastic. Observation will teach us More than Dogma. Meditating upon my passionate youth i gathered Wisdom. I have seen so much that i have ceased to wonder. However we doubt there is a mystery beyond our penetration. And yet a tis near our grasp. I sometimes deem a step a single step would launch us into Light. Here comes Ray patient. The Rose has left his Cheek and his deep brow is wan and melancholy. Yet tis a glorious visage meditations throne and passion lingers in that languid Eye. I know not Why a Strong attraction draws me to this Lone child. A a gentle stranger How fares it with thee a u very Well my lord. I come to thank thee for All thy goodness. My Only thanks Are words and i Hose too weak ones and yet the orphans Blessing is a 14 you Are an orphan then a a a i have no Parent but my fathers a and that god is a a a the god or a so i deemed. He is a deity we All must Honor if he be the great creator whom we All 44 he is what lie is and we arc what we Are a fallen people but faithful still a a Fidelity is 44 thy words Are truth and strength must 44 a prophecy a 44 Many a Prophet is Little honoured till die future proves his 44 you Are Young and 44 so was my ancestor within the Vale of Elal. But i speak unto a moslem in. And this is 44 i have read something and can take your Drift. As for my Faith i believe in truth and wish All men to do the by the by might i inquire the name of him who is the inmate of my House a a a they Call me 44 David you have a ring an Emerald Cut with curious characters hebrew i Quot tis 44 a Fine Stone and this inscription Means a 44 a simple legend parted but on a the kind memorial of a Brothers 44 your brother a a i never had a 141 have a silly fancy for this ring you hesitate. Search my Palace and choose the treasure that Yon deem its 44 Noble sir the Gem is Little Worth but were it such might deck a caliphs brow t were a poor recompense for All thy goodness. This ring is a Trust rather than a Possession and strange to say although i can not offer it to thee who May command As thou Hast saved the life of its unhappy wearer some stranger May Cross my path to Morrow and almost claim it As his own a a 4 and that stranger is a 44 the brother of the 44the brother of Sabaster a 44 Sabaster a a even so. I Aru than parted brother. 41 great is the god of Israel take the ring. Cut whet is this the brother of a inter a turbaned chieftain a a moslem in Lcuy of Blit say that thou Hast not assumed their base belief a say 0 but say that thou Hast not become a traitor to our covenant and i will bless the fortunes of this 441 Ara false to no god. Calm thyself Sweet youth. These Are higher questions than thy faint strength can master another time Well talk of this my at present of my brother and thyself. He lives and prospers a a the lives in Faith the pious Ever a glorious dreamer though our moods Are different i Ever loved him. And thyself thou Are not what thou Tell me All. Sabaster s Friend can be no common mind. Thy form Lins heralded thy Fame. Trust a i am Alroy Quot a a what the Prince of our Captivity a a even a a the Slayer of ass Chroch a a May a 44 Aly sympathy was prophetic. I loved thee from the first. And what Dost thou Here a Price is set upon thy head thou k no West it a 44 for the first time but i am neither ast fan tailed nor alarmed. I am upon the lords 4 what wouldst thou a 44 free his a the Pupil of a Sabaster i see another victim to his reveries. Ill save this boy. David for thy name must not be sounded within this Cit the Sun is dying. Let us to the Terrace and seek the Solace of the Twilight in. 44 what is the hour David a a near on Midnight. I Marvel if thy brother May read in the stars our Happy 44 men read that which they wish. He is a Learned 41 but what we wish comes from a of cd of they say. We make our fortunes and we Call them i a 44 yet the voice sounded the daughter of the voice that summoned 44 you have told me strange things i have heard stranger 44 my Faith is a 44 on which you May 44 Art thou a a adduced a 44 i am a Man who knows a a you arc Learned but different from Sabaster a 44 we Are the same though Day and night Are both portions of 44 and thy portion is a a that is Light 44 yes so dazzling that it sometimes seems 44 like thy 44 you Are 44 is youth a defect a no the reverse. Cut we can not eat the fruit while the tree is in 44 what fruit a 4 44 i in pc 44 what a a fall sacred things a a a How know you that they Are 44 they come from a a fro does Eilf Ywe icing. Is every thing sacred a a they Are the deep expression of his in according to Sabaster. Ask the Man who prays in yonder mosque and he will Roll you that Sabaster a 44 after All thou Art a moslem in a 44 a what then a a i have told you a 44 but what. Dost thou worship a a 41 what is worship a 44 adoration due from the creature to the 44 which is he a a a our god. Quot a the god of Israel a 41 even a a frail minority then Burn him in a a we Are the chosen people/1 a chosen for scoffs and scorns and cont Melies. Commend me to such w e forgot him before to chastened us.�?�. A Why did we a thou know est the records of Dur holy race. Yes i know them Lical records annals of a a a a a annals of Victory that will Dawn a Elf redemption be but another name for carnage i envy no 44 Art thou jabnster�?T8 brother a a so our Kotlier was wont to say a Merck and blessed 44 lord i to Cain thou Art Rich and Wise and powerful. Thy fellow men speak of thee Only with Praise or fear and both Are cheering. Thou Hast quilted our antique Ark Why no matter. Well not discuss or. A tis something if a stranger a least thou Art not a renegade. The world goes Well with thee my lord Honan. But if instead of bows and blessings thou like thy Brethren Wert greeted Only with the cuff and curse if thou didst Rise each morning Only to feel existence was Dishonour and to find thyself marked out among surrounding Merf As something foul and fatal if it were thy lot like theirs at Best to drag on a mean and Dull career hopeless and aimless or with no other Hope or am but that which is degrading and All this too with a keen sense of thy intrinsic Worth and deep conviction of Superior race Why then perchance Honan might even discover a few arc Worth a struggle to be free and 441 Pray your Pardon sir. I thought you were a Baster a Pupil a dreaming student. I Sec you have a sleep a i am a Prince and i Fain would be a Prince without my 44 listen to me Alroy a said Honan in a it Low voice and he placed Bis Arm round Birt Waist 44 i Ara your Friend. Our acquaintance is very Brief no matter i love you i rescued you in injury i tended you in sickness even now your life is in my Power i would protect it with my own. You can not doubt me. Our affections Are not under our own control and mine Are yours. The sympathy Between us is entire. You Sec me you see what i am a hebrew though unknown one of that despised rejected persecuted people of whom you Are the chief. I too would be free and Freedom and Honor Are mine but i was my own Messiah. I quilted in Good time our desperate cause but i gave it a trial. Ask Sabaster How i fought. Youth coaids be my Only excuse for such indiscretion. I left this country i studied and resided among tile greeks. I returned from constantinople i with All their learning some of their Craft. No one knew me. I assumed their turban and i am the lord Honan. Take my experience child and save yourself much sorrow. Turn your late adventure to Good account. No one can recognize you Here. I will introduce you among the highest As Ray child by some fair greek. The world id before you. You May fight you May love you luny revel War and women and luxury Are All at your command. With your person and talents you May be grand vizier. Clear your head of nonsense. In the present disordered state of the Empire you May even carve yourself out at a kingdom infinitely More delightful than the Barren land of milk and Honey. J have seen it child a Rocky wilderness where i would not let my Courser he Bent Down and fixed his eyes upon his companion with a scrutinizing glance. The Moonlight fell upon the resolved visage of the Prince of the Captivity. �?~4 Honan a he replied pressing Bis hand a i thank thee. Thou know est not me but still i thank you Are resolved then on on glory eternal is it possible to succeed Quot is it possible to fail a 11 you arc mad a 44 i am a 44 enough. Not another word. You have yet one Chance. My brother has saddled your Enterprise with a condition and an impossible one. Gain the sceptre of Solomon and i will agree to be your subject. You will waste a year in this frolic. You Are Young and can afford it j Trust you will experience nothing worse than a Joss of time which is however very valuable. My duty will be after All your sufferings to Send you Forth on your adventures in Good Condi ii ii i i

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