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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - November 1, 1843, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaMiscellaneous. Skit Tarof 4 Atlin Glenand lord by or. Duke of jul Gaff by r. Wellington talked of the people being 0 Bat was he not at the head of the w Badajoz and St. Sebastian 1 there 1 he went of us. My As to a3 the wend of the Spanish but do he the Friend of the inhabitants of Tho Sif de r emes 1 of continued the of women and children were in with the details of i not Shock their ears. Plunderers he first threatened to Fig Izui an end to and reduced to the Altein alive of s in there never be an end of laughter w hat an a std thing it t Kab one of the statesmen of a great natio Ucb Ihms were of frequent Britain from being a mighty Empire become a ridiculous byword. The1 which claimed a Lew words had refer i that miserable Rotten remnant of an old j Ham. Moch laughter the or dicta Diveler got up in the House of lords am he said he the Revenue from Ireland to Bill to England which had the effect then of country and that he was the who would a the present crisis Bung d liar result. But How did he act 1 started up one night and moved that be read a first and followed it up by nonce that it be read a second Lime. To night came and with it poor old Broi 111 1 who 1 find such a Law As this a Pessary because there is one identical already on the Irish Laluo to old Roan a laugh really something to be done to the House of lord his Folly. Suppose they were to add the House a respectful petition no of them not to let turn speak or vote until gone to father match exp and taken the h to knows hut he might then be cd lot five Days of even spend an eur of will out Conga dicing himself la 1 he had possessed some Talent that now r a named was the Imp dem u powerful mind i Trout us reality. He concluded by moving u be to the Cor Omillee 10 inquire whether 1 Gal Means could be employed to add ass the House of lords to apply to lord Brougham to Lake the the motion Shaviri r seconded was earned amid Long and c oed laughter. S 1lect tales. Ich t is old a to ii Oulu topic e to old talk tin a u let arson stay he Bill i veg next Ham Unne poor ought from Ess to of Indi Ruder. Ward the vase Ric i had Edge. Siste it week Ghatei but All of a Heers slurred Une leed an Ting a lation at the audacity of the in the stranger then turned to j altar on which in a Golden july studded with jewels Burn been noun the Talal Yankee o d Maxim it is impossible to make a whistle of a Pic s has been Laid at rest by a Yankee who procured one stripped off the skin dried it Aid having fitted a Moith piece Tow dig courses most eloquent music upon it. The Neit thing will be to accomplish the it other proverbial impossibility to make a milk purse out of a sow s Kol very Yong ship gentle men once asked a lady if he could Dave the pleasure of wailing on her to w Nch she Duniy answered "1 Don t thank you for you company id i Lex pm any thanks and so i la just go Ong an a careless Barbek trimming a customer s its put him to great pain and uneasiness. Are you trimming my left ear Newt said the Man. No sir not till i be done to of Only i thought by hat i Fel that you pacing through to the left i without going Foll i i Don t go to bed they retire. No body eats heir dinner people take some Tefre Ihm ent. Nobody to Church but people attend due service. There in do sunday ii is Sab Tab. No one got Bis tooth polled or he has extracted. Smoking is offensive immediately dozen the Jinoji liter again placing his Sogar Between his lips i and puffing away As if for dear life tit to Tome a Tuff Bird Bronte Vas buried in May 1681, Martha Brewit who was the the text at her funeral mormon of woman died also. He that makes Lauell in _ pc it ill if men Rido him. Xiv Hie in a Unco Awe Unk Doul can him Tho ii u some of unit not not die v u Ria from to e Southron literary messenger. Jig Ricca a the roman slave. A scene in bomb. The Ais e of the Chapel lately Thron ged with the sounds of prayer which had echoed throng i the grained hushed. Th6 Assembly which had Knelt in solemn Devotion had disappeared and the Stone senseless object of their grimly in the gloomy Nel iness As its chiselled Fea Tures displayed themselves in the tem ple erected by Supe spilious wealth to his 96pv cd. But on j individual remained a Long Robe of sombre Hue concealed his per son warm leaned As if in deep thought against the Pedestal on which stood deity. I he was the deity. A Shadow was cast on the floor and injun try afterwards a tall gaunt figure appeared at the door a Mantle of spotless White overhung his Shoul Ders scarcely concealing his Broad and ample driest. The erect Ness of his car nage the s dignity of his Attrude. The fire of ii t Eye the boldness of his step and Ihen proud curl upon his lip pro claimed my to be a Man of rank and ambition. A sneer played upon his club he cast his Eye about the san c uary he glanced towards the Stern de by itself As its deformed Fea Tures be med to assume an expression More Ian girl sky we and his manner became impressive his voice More Melo that Friend alas loved ital and Lovely As the soft pure f cd Arches her native y w ii i a thou Start St again did i not Lell thee i would make thee tremble yes he loved the girl not with the vile feeling which tempted thee to gaze upon her charms and Admire her for them alone his fondness was for herself her Rich angelic mind More than Ever her dazzling Beauty. Treacherously thou Stro Veat to supplant him in her affections by the splendor of military rank know i por ing As he had confided to thee their vows had been exchanged. Ali our found St thy arts useless and did St change thy love to hatred. The girl became thy Friend s wife Hen thou. Falsely accusing him of crime did at use thy Dower to tear him from her sell him into Cate his property and Sluke his name from the list of citizens. His wife survived her miseries but a while thou did St return to the Capitol loaded with the spoils of the enemy. Yet with the red hut hand of guilt grasping thy conscience and even now proud and ostentatious before the world the god tells me in thy chamber thou re a startling in alarm it the least noise beaks on the Midnight 7 Felting of frankincense Emit ij2 Blue smoke which Rose and festooned from Piller to Piller to perfume through the Adja cent spice. None of these Hower seemed of produce either Awe or respect in he mind of the roman Tor striding past the shrine he cried dose the individual whom he addressed slowly turned his head and Mirtte red tis he then drawing his Robe More Clos Enyi about him answered no i sleep not. The priest of this deity is not As Oiher men he needs no Celie this cried the senator in patiently Well i know All tricks Juggler of thy Craft save thy precious trash u dose the thy lecture for the fools who Kneel to this Liing o Stone beware rash returned the priest How in the Sanctuary of this you Brave his vengence a that Hou to incest Stone May possess Power to s Nike terror to even thy stubborn Icard Bear this Idle exclaimed the o her. Idle talk repeated the deep Sale unit of manner obdurate As Thoi Art this deity through me Cir. Disco e thai which would make thee would Fain witness the skill of thou said the senator Ore serious manner for he was a piously imbibing a portion pervaded the place Lou shall be gratified returned inst. What i now Tell thou who Art thou that Dost know All the roman in evident a Larm. J i am the other of the deity who can unnerve even the roman senator a paleness overspread the face of armenious As he looked first on the Graven image and then on his Oracle but by a violent exertion resuming his wonted carelessness of demean i he said Well if it is so. Let it tis All false As thou Hast said yet Heie is a purse i present it to thy god of thee i suppose us the same will to Morrow add another. He May be All thou so represented i be Lieve neither in stocks nor in however i have an object hut first priest can St thou keep a secret Why ask have i not formerly done so for thee tis True but this is of More irn Potance so shill my lips he surer guarded. Priest i am Rich thy gifts to me have proved it i am Beautiful yonder Ems attest it stealing noiselessly into the deeper Shade of an adjacent Wall they were concealed from every Eye save that of All was Sil him who cannot look upon such love his heart so pure so fervid and so disinterested but with pity on the sad Fate which separated them. Whispered the maid have l lingered too Long from thee thou Wilt forgive me it was to avoid detection that i tarried the youth seized her tapering Fin Gers in his own and pressed them to his bosom. Her hand to his lips and bathing them in the sea of agony which Xmas Rushing from his eyes. No alas than Hast not lingered Long enough would that thou bad St never come say not so a Nicola. Wherefore Dost thou she inquired soothingly. He replied this is the last time that we meet. Maria and May i not consecrate it by a tear As one of fond remembrance the last sobbed the tender of name it not ave never will part again what a would St thou live with Maria be thy wife no exclaimed the youth As a i ii. La ii fully aware of the reality. He keeled and placed his ear on the stones but All was silent save the Short healings of heart. The immovable features of the Pagan idol were dimly visible in the breaking Day that stole through the Leo of his Temple while equally in flexible the priest sat on his Leet his hid in the ample folds of ins Man presenting Only the undefined out Ros face Lle lines of a Man. S Grey Haze of morning yielded to the strengthening Dawn the senator with Frowin settled on his brow walked in and saluted the to receive him. Why Here and so Early Derrian the latter. Could effect nothing the Thini 3t buried in thine own bosom in by others if i disclose to thee not that he a who presides Here Jad the hearts of All who approach whether to worship or to scoff. Proceed said the other impatiently. Went year since Armenius Wert a general the commander of ale Groh done for the omniscience of cried the roman jeering by my Many triumphs have chronicled the t uth of thy remark in the archives of the Republic. In this thy wonder no erupt me answered the priest calmly when i finish speak wha words thou St then Lis ten. Twenty years since when thou w or a general thou had to a a Start St thou now Twenty years sine i too had a Friend. Thy Friend loved thee and shared his with thee. Through his High in flue ice when accused before the sen saved thy name thy Honor Well Chw i will Trust thee serve me Well and will erect a Sanctuary to thy deity the proudest in Rome my Eais Aie open and my heart prepared to meet thy said the priest. Tis continued armenious this proud Augustus Oor new censor about to make himself Prince of the Senate and i would thwart him. I have no Noble ancestors on whom to base my claims it is superstition that must Aid me that thou can t coins tid. This Temple is the resort of he the High the Low by thy Aid and that of yonder Stone my desires May be accomplished if thou Wilt and i succeed in my designs i swear to keep my Promise the priest consented when the two having consulted measures for the fur therance of their scheme the aspiring senator withdrew while the priest drawing aside a veil entered an apart ment and the shades of night enveloped the capital of the world. The Multi Dingus noises of the Gay Metropolis had subsided the Twilight had passed away and the Moon shone brightly in the cloudless firmament it Xmas Midnight. Each pillar reared its Graceful Capi Tal distinct in the Silvery flood which Pang of grief Dat Ted through his soul no Maria it May not be said she reproving by thou Dost not love me or thou would St not cast me of love cried it is that i love Well then Why not listen to my prayer alas it is that i love Loo deeply cried the girl no agn cola did St thou love me like me adore thou would St cast aside these fears be asap replied the his hand and flashing a file from his Eye which illuminated the space around them fears Maria thou Dost not me to me fear is a tis not that which influences me but recollect is a slave the momentary sternness which lie had not however Damp the ardor of the girl. It seemed to tender him still dearer to her. S in placed her fragile Arm around his Manly neck and in a tone of gentle reproach re Buke me not my she said thou know est agn cola is a slave Cynthia would share his bondage with her love should make his sweeter far than Freedom desist i pm responded the youth Hencir Clogher Waist wit i his Arm in he Short period since we parted Ter Jay tis not for that i sought re plied the Isiler. For vengeance a thou shall have re Pfiel the priest gathering his Robe about him. 4 thou know est not what i mean foolish priest still thou Shalt have a dry cough like a death rattle sounded in the Throat of the might have been a laugh. Said the senator sternly laying his clenched hand upon the the now made Laws have deprived us of our innate right to punish our answered1 the Young Roan Despon ugly. Say the priest his yes brighter no with Delight shall the thy 1 my repeated agn cola re tiring a few paces regarding the other with and i a slave fear not it thou would it be Hap obey me. At Midnight Fly hither thy Bride and i vill unite Bee but said the ured with Many conflicting emotions the populace will slay the if thou Dost unite a slave to a free born Gin. Leave that to me. Obey my in Surj actions. Now away i return at mid 3hl- at the same hour As on the previous morning Artemus repeated his visit Bull the priest met him at the altar and As he was about to speak said in a Bol c or tone than he had hitherto used the deity has again spoken of Hast thou punished the demanded Artemus eagerly. First must i relate the of the god i serve then Tif be question be speedy with thy said Artemus haughtily weighty business to Day and few moments to spare last said the priest ther god spoke to his Friend at Ticus whom Armenius lives. Start not senator of i slaves with death yet i have a slave who must die an involuntary shudder passed Over the Heathen priest but he pulled his Robe More closely about him and the Start passed unobserved. Armenius con yet lives and in disguise had returned to Rome found proof of thy baseness and received honors from he has Learned too that before her death his Wile was Delix ered offa child that thou did St seize the infant and with respectful tenderness and soften father is illumined the Earth with nearly the brilliancy of Sunshine save where its rays Yvere caught and reflected Back the Pale Marble which Rose in tasteful around the princely mansions of Armenius. One object Only gave animation to the scene and even he appeared scarcely living for in the a Shadow he stood As if transfixed and made no now and then the hand which was Laid upon his breast would contract As with nervous action f another figure is added to the scene thy life. Although the Best him for advice and using it at bind thy brow with laurels of Ory. When surrounded by Barba and the Plum taken from one e own band was hurled at thee his i she glides on lip toe and rapidly flies to meet the youth she throws herself into his has meet sudden transport of Delight the iming his tone remember your a roman i i know if Well she answered eager yet still i love thee 1 i Knox it Maria alas too Well but Yvere 1 to wed thee it would drat his indignation on us both. For myself i care nol but for gods know sooner would i give my head to the sex those Bright eyes should lower before the flown of an angry father Maria it must not be and Clas Ping his hands in agony he me remain a slave though i love the worthy daughter of a roman 1 cruel As thou Art t still vill love she whimpered through his ears none but thee i lox e or care for. My father s a Wrath i heed not so that i possess thee i said the Lover As he carefully leaned toward the spot they had just quilted when last we met i heard a noise like that which just struck upon mine away the filled with love s desperation and clinging More closely to him never till thou St promised. I will die with thee agn cola but will not lose a faint noise resembling a foot fall broke on the Agricola strove to disengage himself from the Virgin who twined her arms wildly about his neck. Begone Maria i beseech you Promise never she a choked with emotion. Again the noise was heard. If they were discovered ruin would befall the idol of his heart and he be degraded by the lash. A moment More it would be too late he put his lips to her i Promise in the next instant the Hight form of the maid was loft among the columns tinted i have a Niece my brother s Daugh Ter. She lives Vith me my adopted child. This slave has dared to love her. I could let that pass but she the daughter of a Freeborn son of Rome forgetting her1 Buth returns the Pas Sion. I heard her swear it to him at the last Midnight. That seals his doom and the slave shall die were it not suspicion resting on me might blight my Brilliant Hopes this hand had done the deed but i am unused to tricks i leave it to thee thy craftiness and thou can St Lull suspicion. Thai s but my he said easting a bag o Gold upon the altar my Reward Shal make the Rich tis muttered the tallest thou the said the other. The sudden Start and Hall word Lii cd escaped the priest caught the other s attention. Why smartest thou he demanded i started answered the priest re covering himself and stretching Forth an Arm much Wilh eted and shrunken because this hand was dipped in blood a Vise scornfully said the i see the object Well be it and he threw another purse up thy words must be my a the priest in a Low but away the people come to Worsh a the senator cast a searching Glam on the muffled face of the priest fee Drew his Robe about him and a disdainful look on the throng who h now commenced kneeling about image left the Chapel. When the worshippers had Conclo ded their Devotion they , the and soon the priest was loft alone Vilh o in person who still Knelt at the . The priest having carefully fastened the doors the devotee Rose and Era Ling aside the Mantle which disguised him exhibited the Fine form of a cola the slave. Said he crave thy by sing thou Hast Ever been kind he is poor and All Llinat Jehs can return he now presents to the the love that Springs from his heart. Tis All i cried the priest Cis Ting aside his Mantle and embracing him the love of the Good is the Gre at est treasure. But my son thou j Hast failed in Confidence to me and dangers beset thy path ranged thicker than p Kes of the macedonian. Agricola blushed and Hung his h Uon his breast. The a Sua Oen transport i of Passione embrace declares them to be and her Lover looking hastily about saw the Shadow evidently that of a Man cast on the pavement near him but so instantaneous the appear Ance had vanished Ere he was it is i he that i h the not told thee Bart mind it i know South glanced incredulously into fice when the priest taking his hand continued yes thou Lovest thy Nasser s daughter and she returns thy love. Is it not so alas rightly thou did St bring him up As thy Lave that thou lightest feast thy bullish Hale m seeing the son of thy rival eat with thy Bondsmen Hast Hail asked the auditor. I ans Vered the priest. Then know Why Godor thou speak est false for of a surety i Knox that Atticus is Long since dead. Nov answer me Hast thou slain the to satisfy thy self How faithfully i have executed thy said the priest raise yonder veil and be hold his body the senator strode in the direction pointed out and drawing aside the curtain beheld Agricola Maria in his arms. He recoiled Al first but in an wretch thou Hast deceived me i a sheathing a jewelled halted Dagger from beneath his Robe and was bound i ing Forward when the priest caught his Arm hold he cried nor dare to shed a Freeman s blood he is not free he is my slave cried the senator striving to free himself from the priest who held him Vilh an Iron grasp a while he exclaimed Lis u my casting aside his Robe he discovered his person decked in full senatorial costume while he added and i am Ancus a roman the wresting the Dagger from his band he threw him from him with Gigantic strength crying thy treason has reached the eats of guards seize the traitor As if by magic the Chapel filled with legionaries who tearing the Robes from the Crest fallen Armenius conducted him to a neighbouring prison while the new senator restored to All his Power and estate with Agricola and his Lovely Bride were escorted triumphantly to the place of Armenius. Witty following capital Story is told of elder Ray a travelling Prea Cher in Ohio and withal a very eccentric Man. The elder in his travels always Rode on horseback and was remarkable for having the Best piece of noise flesh in the neighbor priding himself for his taste in this matter. One Day while going the rounds of his Parish he was met by a lax yer who accosted him this manner elder Ray you minis ters do not follow a the example of your master he waa Content ride upon a the elder with a ready wit replied the fact is the whole country has been scoured for jackasses to make lawyers of so that there is not one left for poor the effect of this rejoinder upon the lawyer can easily be imagined. He was never known after that to question the t Aste of the elder in Riding it r Good counsel Mokes a proud Man and angry. Ive

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