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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - April 3, 1850, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaA Fruto get Otto. Tit Tualua county Pennsylvania at Yea 33. Morning april 3, isso. Whole no. Eoa t us m sketches a Srok of Vienna. U is a known tact that like Haroun Ai of men Emory Joseph ii of aus try Nuht cd to i Light and a Connito i ins Cip Ilal which though Tiomi ally led to results not Only Dis Ceib l but c in other times amply re Crai j it r Aid the nope air to Elmer. K and f Ili gut by their originality l Hull into species of National in tent of thought and motive from which Are necessarily shut out in l in r d ii Moons and crowded anteroom j i i Hov Eicr unlike his Eastern prototype run u Ved n in these Nanct Ernil Uffert n grand Aesir to follow to to ii or to share his perils but i v d used and ulv armed sallied i i l n ill to Ted to the influx Nee of his i mime s Ion i the declaration r 11 liberate Hull from any tin i i 11 in which i Chance toll n. T the mini Tible if not useless t i. Us Rhu made acquainted n i nor during Las strolls through s in j lie Foi and h melt compelled to ran i i in Radii he the surrender of his purse e i his Nonte and even ins arms to the it lingered Gentry whom he encountered up in h Pali but these Little adventures peril they were or the moment so far from us inf ins a Sion for thu mysterious pastime i v or Ted it u Ith an additional Rost which n to t invitingly with the daily Mon i m t l re Mill and etiquette i u Nind we will Rel Etc at least a ventures is it was told to Ourse hcs i nil Lirl i d Stormy mtg it when at r i Dii get in it w is the v ill i in 11 Closel folded in a heavy i Al sufficed coupled with the of r Montc Corner in Wleh he hid aspect of this place of temporary Refuge the the emperor hastily mounted half a dozen Stone which led to a covered doorway where he found himself in a slight degree sheltered from the pelting of the pitiless and his discovery being a Large Iron Knocker he applied it so vigorously to the solid Oak of which the door was composed that he heard the Long Dull echoes reverberate for several seconds along the Interior passages of the dwelling. Nevertheless not a sound bespoke the existence of any one within and Agim and again did the heavy Hammer resound upon the Oaken panels with the same want of Success. Joseph ii. Began to lose at once his patience and his temper and As if to irritate him still further the wind suddenly veered round and drove the ram into the deep est recesses of the partial shelter he had gained unfortunately kaisers become wet through As soon the meanest subjects and when the exasperated emperor seized the Knocker for the last tune he presented a pitiable spectacle on this occasion to was however spared the necessity of Putty Forth his strength for he had scarcely clutched it erf the door opened smooth 1 and noiselessly As though it fell Back upon velvet and a Young Man of apparently or of Ven and Twenty jeers of holding m his hand a lamp Vav High Burnt with extraordinary steadiness and brilliancy stood be flip him who Are you what do you seek at so asked firmly but Cour 1 untimely an hour 1" i i am one of the emperor s officers and i have been robbed i seek shelter his Imperial and Royal majesty a would scarcely care to own you in such a trim my said the Young Man As his Eye wandered with a smile of doubt Over the dripping stranger How a in you convince me that Jou Ore not yourself a robber1" if i look so Little like one of Joseph s wis the retort surely i Bear no More reset Bunce to a Knight of the Road a coat and cloak too Zimny might Well Mike you suspicious but As you see i am without either As he spoke he emperor looked full into the the eyes of the Youngm in and having Adas he was about to speak permit me to offer to you a few drops of a precious elixir which will at once restore your and taking from the table a curiously twisted phial covered All Over with strange mystical characters he dropped into a tall stalked Venice Glass a email Quantity of its contents which he him self swallowed and then rinsing the Glass with Tokayer which he Flung into the Blaze of the fire whence it streamed upward like a Pyramid of liquid Topaz he once m Ore let fall a similar Quantity into the Goblet and reverently bending his knee presented it to fhe emperor upon a Small Salver of chased Gold. By St Stephen our Patron my Good smiled Joseph ii As he returned the Glass your elixir 13 As agreeable As your Wel come like the Man in the thousand and one nights i feel inclined to Pinch myself in order to ascertain whether i be really awake who Are you and what is Tho meaning of All this1" your Imperial majesty shall Ere Long know was the reply but since i May never again have the Honor to receive you beneath my Humble roof i would crave permission to present to Vou one who is Verv dear to me and and who although she May be for the moment unconscious of so High a penile or will nevertheless cherish the memory of it to the and of her lift. And she commenced the emperor Here Jour and the Young Man Drew toward him a thick rope of Gold which when forcibly pulled swung Back a hanging drapery that veiled the upper end of the room and revealed the space beyond it. As the heavy curtain rolled aside Joseph ii forgot Hie Imperial dignity and started from Hia seat he saw before him a miniature Forest with training plants linking the Trees together and Gar Landing their very summits with Gorge Ous blossoms while Birds of Bright plumage were flitting from Bough to Bough or Lumino had once had the Honor of being for an instant in the presence of her emperor. A slight Nar Cotic sufficed to reconcile my fears with my indulgence for i love her said the Voi inc Man energetically i love her As those Only can love who have but one sole object upon which to pour out the full tide of their affection we Are alone in the world save that we make our House the Home of the poor for even to the very Gates of the Palace of the Caesars which nothing should approach save what is Joyful and glorious poverty will creep and it a Happy privilege to be permuted to Beckon it away rite Mynheer said the emperor give me truth and fear nothing. I value truth More than he was obeyed. And now this affluence Thig splendor persisted Joseph ii this lavish magnificence when not Only my wealthiest Nobles but even myself am impoverished by a Long and expensive War How can you account for this1" simply and sire i have told your majesty that i am the grand Nephew of Faust but few Are Alvare that before his death he had discovered that mystery of mysteries the Art of producing Gold a secret which he. Was no longer audible then and not till then Gottlieb Faust withdrew from the Gate with a heavy closed the Oaken door behind him and retired to his own chamber. On Day All was commotion in the Imperial Palace and the state Ante chamber like the de at Versailles under Louis Xiv was crowded with a throng of Idle Cour tiers a few lounging listlessly against the wide casements opening upon the Joseph Platz apparently watch filing for some anticipated event others shedding around them an Enven Omed of Shower of that courtly Small which is Gener ally As wicked As it is flood of Brilliant epigrams and rounded period which engulf a reputation in a repartee or sacrifices the feel Ings of a Friend to a rhetorical flourish. Others again More ambitious and less vain sauntered near the door of the emperor s reception room keeping their eyes steadfastly upon the usher on duty and calculating amount of their present favor by the length of the period which elapsed before they w Ere admitted to fhe pre sence never perhaps since the gorgeous but frivolous court to which we have already alluded filled the gardens and saloons of Versailles with Only divulged and then under the most solemn 1 1 Galaxy of splendor Lias the Palace of any euro oaths of inviolable silence to his next of pm i Pean Sovereign afforded so Bill not a spectacle Rny father who was neither to profit by jus As that of the the blending of so Many knowledge until he had attained the age of sixty years nor to communicate it except upon Iris death bed and still under the same to his immediate descendant. See a Lorn be fore you sire my father thanks to a constant use of that elixir of which your Imperial majesty has partaken lived to the age of seventy not Only Hale but even vigorous As in his first Man Hood and during the ten years which were granted to him after he had unrolled the mysterious scroll which taught him How to transmute the Wisest metals into Stirling Ore he spent every Day and almost every hour in enriching themselves upon the branches but that which More especially riveted the attention of the emperor was the figure of a Young girl apparent asked the emperor eagerly by buried in a profound sleep and lying with Kent the secret i me his Only son and the child of his old age and should Jou die before the allotted 1 who would in hand beneath her head and the other grasp i Ini in u Luis u m i i Duruin the Ceram on to con a tace or two owned him the Glare of my a Garland of wild Flowers upon a Green i i from pious crowd about "1c lamp to ills in an instant Bank Over canopied by a Tulip tree nothing a n t i r 1 1" in issued irom the Cathedral i i c m s cola t 1 1 o Tho gloom of the j a licit i mind within still r in of t t in Igi mat the o inc scr us i Iliff he buffered All tid p r i wort he uhf input i t Pur i 1 Vij t ice e lest n j Pic i in ins us Tii t a i but Liny hid1 no sooner Iti r i Enrile Lubi it ions a capt could be More faultlessly Beautiful than both the door flew Back and the had of his Host was reverently Bent i rec Gnue your ii said hum Bly but not nov Wrev enter without fear you possess not throughout your Empire subjects Morr devoted than me and mine and snitching to a Mantle of dark velvet fling Down upon a carved Chest in the spacious Lull he adjusted it respectfully Marble and As White while her parted lips no on on this said Tho Young Nian almost despond Gly for the scroll is written in hic Rog a plus so difficult to decipher that it requires Yea id to comprehend them Learnt us her form and face her Long and hair of they must be without the Aid of written charac that Rich purple Black which takes a Golden ters and the task is rendered doubly onerous gleam in the Light was confined round her by the fact that the Leeson thus acquired is com brow by a circlet of halt Brown Lotus blossoms Plit aled by the introduction of a Host of figures and then fell Over her Throat and shoulders in signs and of time which ultimately provide us profusion Tho Long lashes of her Perero Atory ind Are Only invented to Check Clos fid eyes rested upon a Cheek As fair As parian impious of those destined to succeed to Hufi 1 1 rat i us in to 1 Corners idl yrs i ii us the fire _ used to i in i i ing Roun the sever if t thin he Drew h Bro ii i Al i Ned in i or i i n i securing his Man a i lit Orth in his Lur i i n Oceisa Nyji Kijik Iti in lit Ben his step i Alt whih it Hiigli it tint i i i in i r nit n in in t of in City had 1 i Inco w Lieh it after i Neil Poh i s i re More thinly upon the of the shivering emperor he than rapidly the door and Ith a Ges Ture Cli in Gill have made the Mobil dished courtier turn pile with envy prepared to Lead the Vav in for his Imperial guest were of the richest tint that Ever nestled in the bosom of a sea ii once More sex churned hip emperor Asho Sank Back in his chair when his entertainer having relaxed his hold of the Golden rope the Rel r Lei d r i my re i succeeded f is it id without Rotole station and i ill i ill i nil k i i lit d to Hud tint Confidence pc r h n no Cut Midway Between 1 i i my the tub Irb he was attack Timi to Vlam Nufler a Brief i in ,1 in i to deliver not Only n o m lip session and the cloak i in Lush to sheltered him fro a the 1 n i of b ack velvet that he b plight ship Reg under the 1 q Jit wind and becoming rapidly 1 vim a pursued ins Vevay More Hur 0 or to Occure a shelter however bit ill a adult Nijs a p erect every door was and every window careful not a found broke upon Bis t i do 1 moan of the River As it Gnu it invisible Banks the de 11 hrs began to with himself wet and weary As he was however Joseph dark curtain Agim shut out Telb fairy vision once More who Are you1 do not fear to con fide in me hive i not shown that i have Trust in yourself Tell me All at once you could not do so at a More favourable moment i am your guest and will not repay your hospitality by harshness speak again the Young Man Bent his knew sire i have Faith in Jour Imperial word and Jou Are right who Are you1" i am the grand Nephew of Faust Jow Jude the emperor once More Start ing from Hil scat and gazing Down upon him half in half in amazement you Are Gottheb faust1 and Jou dare to own this to me " fearlessly said the Young Man firmly for you will not falsify your pledge Gottlieb Faust to repeated Joseph ii Una ble to conquer his Surprise can you be Gott Lieb Faust the initiated the rosicrucian the atheist Tho sorcerer1 Are you Alvare that i have been a thousand times solicited to arrest you and to put you upon your trial 1" Lam not ignorant of the fact that i have been entreated to take your if about him with astonishment the Walls of the magnificent Hall m Winch he stood were of a flute Marble panelled with Black the first decorated with the most costly pictures and the list throwing into broader Relief the sex qty site production of the sculptor s chisel the tie non spans lonely floor overlaid with Rich persian carpets ind Mure once How the lome roof we Targ 111 bewildered by so unexpected a display of Splon Der he moved slowly but when he reached the v either on tins garlic lir threshold of the first apartment he be an to be Conli Lence Lucve himself the sport of a dream velvet with their Rich Crimson folds held irn in f i is Picc but to had wander Tor an 10 in still deliberating in his own 1 w Hild Sci of moment suf in c h in to iad it detect gleam of a lamp through cheaper had apparently 5 v r Ilsc 1 and he no longer hesitated step to be taken. The House 0 in next Lawce frendly i so had emanated gloomy ancient in its Structure for m which it stood and was to tally isolated being surrounded on will Only broken in one i of tall wrought Iron Gates cd the i emperor had been enabled to s a a Jbf Forti Doc i. By another Hance la Gatcu had been As care tuned w " c window and a very slight of exertion gift need to Al my one of them upon its hmm i. And to afford ingress to into a vast paved space n r Roomy As Tho Street from which "5 just escaped Long daunted however by the sepulchral spa Perl hanging Bick by binds and fringes of Gold sofas and divans embroidered with Flowers so vividly As to appear Strown but from the choicest Par Terres or Eden mirrors which supported the ceiling and reflected the feet vessels of Gold and Silver inlaid Voth jewelry toys from foreign funds without names or uses but All either Graceful or gorgeous a Bright fire of Cidar and Sandal Wood blazing upon a Hearth of red egyptian Marble beside which was placed a table of Marquelene covered with fruit and wine and goblets of Bohemian Glass and a Chur of inlaid Ivory arid Ebony with cushions of site damask As White As the of the Aigret was the spectacle which presented itself in one of Tho suburbs of his capital to the astonished and benighted emperor in his first Surprise he Imperial visitor had not remarked the disappearance of his Host but Ere Long he discovered that he was alone and throwing himself upon the snowy chair decidedly Little suited to Bear so dripping a Bur he stretching his ache Long legs closer to the genial and perfumed heat of the vast Chimney and pouring into one of the Bohemian goblets which resembled a Large Ruby veined with Gold a Stream of Amber coloured Tokayer Bright and Rich As though it had been ju3t crushed from the precious grape that yields it he Emp tied it at a draught when he again raised his head to look around him he found his Host at his Side nor did the costly garments with which he was now Laden and which he respectfully assisted his Royal guest to adjust astonish the Monarch less than All the other wonders by which he was surrounded his acknowledgements for this Well timed attention were Brief but sincere and when he had Possession of a second chair i which was wheeled Forward Lor his accommodation he pre pared to inquire into the mysteries about him your Imperial majesty must be said the firm but Sweet voice of ins entertainer the mysterious inheritance and can you reconcile yourself to thus use Lessly pm bit de Joseph ii Yms j our son in Jour turn1 ask gloomily National costumes All Aliko costly and picturesque Atung which that of the Noble ii ungarian guard alike in form hut Var veg in color and ornament is eminently conspicuous renders the select Circle of the emperors of Austria a human Kaleidoscope of which every successive move Only tends to enhance the attraction and thus it was on the morning of which we write can it be True my dear asked a tardy courtier As he made his Way from the gallery toward a member of the that our gracious emperor has at length consented to arrest that rascally Aldo Mist Gottleib faust1" nothing can to More certain count and moreover he is already in the Palace a ailing the pleasure of his Imperial majesty what is his crime 7" asked a tall and superbly mustachioed Bohemian Noble joining the group it must be something fearful to win him the Honor of so much exc tement his crimes you should say Biron for they legion Here Are we the faithful and honest servants of Joseph ii with All our Gold upon our that be the son of the alchemist of the Leopold stadt1 and admitted on the instant to the emperor while we have been so Long pshaw " exclaimed a no their our Good Ter is anxious to be rid of him. He u a danger Ous inmate of a they will surely not Accord to him the Honor of remarked a third he is of plebeian birth and should die by the patience Eaid the old minister we shall soon know All meanwhile the object of All these comments and speculations had Bent his knee upon the thresh of 1 of the Imperial apartment m which to Eph ii. Was seated before a table covered with pipers and entirely unattended. Come Forward mine Host come said the Ein Perot Good hum redly. I owe you a courteous Welcome for that which you bestowed upon myself last night. A and for More than that do you see these multiplied columns of figures which make the Eye dance that endeavours to rest on them Well my has Given me full Assurance that through your Means a sponge May be passed Over them All Aid this is no trifling obligation. I have Faith in All you have told me. I believe you to Tjo honest Man and a gentleman but this acknowledgement is insufficient to satisfy the Pride of an austrian Monarch. Yon have Laid to under a heavy debt count von Faustym Burg nay do not Kneel your new title will serve to tickle the ears of the courtiers so that it May be useful in its Way. But Here he continued with sudden dignity As he took from the table a Cross of the order of Maria Theresa Here is an Honor less empty and to which i am convinced Jou will not be insensible i bes Tow it freely for i know that the jewel will rest upon an honest heart your Imperial majesty beggars Stam mered the Joung Man overcome for the first time by his feelings and the emperor waving his hand As if to deprecate All further acknowledge ment on the part of the new made Noble and now count what Are future intentions surely cannot waste Jour life m Home which however splendid it May be is still Only a glided prison. You Are too Young to yield to so ignoble an indolence what silent1" i was thinking of my orphan sister nor have i eagerly replied doublets while he is flinging a pact lean Shower h Joseph ii she shall he cried for. We it ill about him which seems exhaust less no won Der that the imperil patience has Given Way at last if riches be a crime it is certain that a More righteous court than tins of Vienna does not sex Alpach her to the suite of one of the Arch Duch 11 not so sire if your Imperial majesty will Pardon me Young Man gloomily Ehe is a wild Bird fit Only for the free Avo of head i know both wherefore and by whom you know this and yet you venture to de liver yourself thus into my hands1 Why should i hesitate1" asked the Young mad with a proud smile your Imperial majesty is not to be duped by the Idle and empty superstitions of the ignorant. You have never a put Faith in these vulgar fallacies j no said the emperor with dignity and yet the outcry is loud against you. Live in regal splendor you dispense annually a Fortune in Chanty for which men Call me an inter posed Gottlieb with another of Hia beaming smiles. You Ara known to possess extraordinary talents which you disdain to pursued Joseph it., without heeding the interruption and marvelous secrets which you will not and thus men esteem me a sorcerer a by St Stephen t scarcely Marvel at their exclaimed the emperor although i do not share it but you owe me an explanation of All this mystery were it Only for my Faith in your innocence and first who is that magnificent Beauty who does not seem to be of this world or even conscious of her own existence 1 simply my sister sire who too timid to have sustained your gaze would still have chid Den me had i not enabled her to feel that she was the steady but sad reply i inv already told your up Errol majesty that i live Only in and for my sister i shall never press a child of my own again list my heart i will inflict no such bitter misery upon another human being As i have myself borne misery echoed the emperor Infra Allons misery Are Jou not surrounded Severy luxury by every splendor and assured of their Possession whatever May be the Fate of cities and of eilpires1" your majesty has been import Ned to take my life True but i hive protected it and your successor Imp it be less lenient believe me sire the Gold is hardly earned which must be bought by popular execration loud voiced suspicion and the constant perspective of a scaffold it to lose such n secret do you not feel that you owe something to the world1" atheist though i am deemed sire i feel that i owe More to my own soul what can i have in common with a world which hates and misjudged me1" i at least have done you a said the Young Man As he Bent Down until Hia lips came in Contact with the Imperial hand to you i own More than life for you have reconciled me with Niy kind and if i dare anything said the emperor inter ested even to fascination by this strange adventure. I f and i shall be forgiven then and Gottlieb Faust lifted from the Lotty mantel a piece of yellow Metal which had served to secure some withered blossoms that had been spread out to dry beneath it your Imperial majesty spoke a while Back of being impoverished by the War. It is an unworthy offering but it is humbly by St Stephen i accept it As frankly As it is said Joseph with flashing Eye. It will replenish my Treasury bravely i and shall be Well applied then rising and drawing Back the curtain from an uns uttered window we must part he said the Day is dawning but you shall still further make me your me a Mantle and a sword i must return to the Palace unrecognized. And remember not a word of this interview As you value you shall soon hear from me again the Young alchemist obeyed upon the instant. The emperor Girt on the weapon muffled him Selt in the cloak extended his hand which Gott Leib reverently pissed to his lips and in five minutes the sound of his retreating footsteps is at the present laughed the Light she would Pine and die m a gilded Cage hearted Young Bohemian As for me i Havo Only the memory of my inheritance and two mortgaged estates to exist non and the smiles of an murmured the younger of his two companions no scandal within the Walls of the was the merry reply. You know that it is As contraband As turkish tobacco and consequently As easy to enjoy. But As regards this Faust they say that he has not Only the Midas touch that turns All upon which he lays his hand into Gold but that he also deals in spells some of which Are not so innocent As to deny the i Cali believe observed a magnificent Hungar an carelessly adjusting the jewelled Belt which sustained Hiss Ord such practices Are Comton on the Banat and i could give you not now Erdodi not said the first speaker remember that Walls have ears and that Faust 13 not far off the hungarian was silenced he would not have turned his bad upon a Host in a fair Field so fear of that my persisted Joseph ii the will not keep her Long Rich and Beautiful she will soon become Noble in her urn the saints forbid was the emphatic re ply she must go to her grave As she cams from her Cradle unconscious of the penalty which is attached to the name she on what do you decide then1" demanded the emperor somewhat impatiently i will serve in your armies sire should you consider me worthy of such an Honor and Dur ing my absence from the capital my Suter shall seek Refuge in a Convent by St. Stephen it is a poor smiled the Monarch but be it As you will although it is certain that you must by such a. Measure mar her fortunes Tor should others Only feel As i do she were a Bride for whom the noblest m the Empire might not scorn to contend i know said the Young Man with a kindling Eye but is not a nature to con tend against proud mothers or insolent sister but he was not Superior to the superstition of i who might presume upon her meaner birth his age and country and thus the Blossom which i Hare reared suddenly a murmur was heard the state tenderly would be m its first Bloom. I gallery and an instant afterwards a stranger was have read her heart a like an open volume seen to enter the waiting room Between two officers of the Imperial guard in a moment Eufery voice was hushed and every Eye Turnell upon the new Comer. He was a tall and stately Man in the full vigor of life his eyes were Large dark and singularly Calm his Black hair was parted along the Centre of his finely moulded head and fell in heavy masses about his brow and Over his shoulders his nose perhaps a trifle too prominent but his outline was perfect while the firm and Graceful of his Mouth was rendered conspicuous by the jetty blackness of his Beard and Mustachio which contrary to the fashion then prevalent n Germany he wore full and smooth lie was richly habited m a pour Post of Black velvet embroidered Ith arabesques in Gold and in his hand he carried a Cap of the same material o which a Short red Feather was attached by n clasp of Large emeralds and he moved for Ward with a Graceful and dignified urine Strait Vlinch to had taken years to enable some of those and i feel sure that once our separation Over she will cling to the Refuge of a cloister. So let it be sire if you would indeed bind me to you forever so let it be. She is too pure for the Contact of the the Contact of a court so let it be and the doomed name of Faust will then perish upon Earth perish and be forgotten i you Are a poor courtier my i Small make the better Soldier sire. Trust i shall not l believe you count and now i will present you to a few of my private and As the emperor ceased speak ing he rang a Silver Bell beside him which was no sooner answered Tolian he rapidly ran Over a number of the noblest navies m Austria and desired that those who bore them might be introduced. Anxious and excited the courtiers lost not s. Moment in obeying the Imperial summons and great was their Surprise when upon entering the presence they saw the descendant of the his now about him to acquire the astonishment was costars standing within a Pace or two of the sup lip quivered has Eye j posed criminal whom they believed themselves to have been called upon to judge but upon whose breast each detected at a glance the Gilt Termini a Cross of Maria Theresa you Are Welcome Joseph ii As he slightly Bent his head in acknowledge ment of their salutations i have requested your presence in order to make known to you your new Comrade the count von Fau Stemburg upon whom i have just conferred the command Universal. Never Sank when As he was summoned mward by the sonorous voice of the usher he reversed the vast apartment on his Way toward he audience chamber his step was As free and irm As though no peril awaited him at the termination of his Progress. As the Tapat cd hanging of the Imperial Saloon fell behind Hup every Tongue was in posed. Can that be Gottleib Faust Tan

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