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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - April 3, 1844, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaFoo if tout Palid within the year wednesday by 3. P. Printed and whole no. 294 no. 32. Poetry. To her dying hts shanty a.tooch1ko poem. Inked thee Sulby Beauty the in i now desert thee sorr a striven h oort hand Nave mine to wipe Damps Romany brow As thou Hast been to me 1 i Grill not leave thee now. I it. Friends and Boon 1 and the Gay 1 b beloved ones to i look Ruusu j of title appears o it thy death swimming eyes and be hem with her teats. Ind 1 alone return at last a Riehl in thee to claim my sad and broken heart try Hopes and name my love which Strong As death alike i pud Hul Clou Lee 8cotn shame Lineti Angl unchanging still. Gal 1 not to reproach thee would i came la but smooth the rugged Palm Tiit leads thee to thy grave bit sit lore vet at thy feet. Weeping in hopeless ill besi beloved would for thee mine own heart s blood might flow. Fath an is thou by 1 have to thy Beauty Hij thy Power and 1 trill "01 now desert they in Why sorrow stricken hour. Is no hand save mine to wipe the death Damps from thy of Dearest to my heart and soul i will not leave thee now. Introduction to an or poker doors is said my Uncle Rushing my room i m really said of knocking the off my la ird and last Cigar. Ruined irredeemably so spec ulalious bets and All have urn and Here i am at sixth h cleaned of a Jimiy must w into Shes my Orvn fair i m Ana Ecjpe Culins which were the Capi i traded in society my unde looked grave for the do 1 my on Fisl his philosophy being e Picu line i according to the practice nineteenth lived in the i sent moment enjoying life Al the the clubs and dabbing now and Iii King Solo speak red Pep in those successors of ii stocks. He Hac Nio flourished on them and i o i is Iii heir and favorite. After making his standing Ann silence of some he during which time i f smoking Anil my Uncle broke i Bob of Are thirty one years worse Hun that thirty lure Anil you have a glimmering too True Uncle must get married. I Lime la give up your Vagabond d Fine talk Uncle but who is port your wife marry an Heire that s just what i have Bee All my seeming indifference t sep ready to do. But an Hei to ghost or of but never seen 1 try try my boy our Afi desperate. The whole Pande of tradesmen will become be when they learn losses charac of Une Down with my purse s Wii Houi a moments delay Well Uncle i la try hat evening i dressed and vent to concert at the i Ull was attracting rapture from cat it and he was finishing first part i i n to change my Poai Tio get a nearer View of a h divinity outright in the whom should i Tolor to whom owed an of precisely six Hundred and Thi Bill of i could not Dodge him. Fas est n g to hos s Foceri which being Means it is wis of your tailor so going up i. Vuki a Ailt j of to him and extending my a id i this norwegian monster so said or. Mortinie really avy Ltd Tim Ischii thereupon we discussed the Tharri fiddle strings at length. Pray or. East i Ell me the name of to pointing at the same time 4 the Beauty. Carolina is her Street on Profe i could said. I per Garm Man. Or. And Hinte strange Here o get Aci mate Vas a action would bought will getes but appear ions to lorm t brunes o Myse up. T by me More to love an e in your no through my Glass the tip it of the Carolina gentle is blushed and at the great wealth of the a ties. We is some game afoot. How become fairly in in Liis Sweet reverie. I began to gel better. How could i help the Young lady was still soft spoken and sympathetic. I Tho t i had made an impression. At the end of the fifth Day i was sure i had and determined to speak if occasion offered with of Beer language than the Grale Ful glance fun invalid s exes. Being scam ugh recruited i expressed a wish to leave the House the next Day feeling that my claims on the hos Pilai Ity of my new friends could not he House of the Rich fair one longer be extended to meet my Emer qu4slion. A hum drum Intro gency. This being known the lather frigid Ordinary these of my beloved entered the i suit my necessities. A bold he apologised for not visiting me sex me i will carry it out. Planning the peremptory nature of the into the House not for min order to let no one enter or Days and nights. I will my room Long As Henc the most interesting of Posi was the least show of danger sympathetic woman. I will i murmured my nil etude to fortress t will retrieve my fear that i could never re so i murmured confidently j pay the unremitting and invaluable at Tention of is daughter. My you mean in no in the pre races then r to fund High him Gont Fem Hagger be that lad coach t Leiwe they Arlo be gently the i sees Damag be be on i he w or you inn were did m or Alij the m Becam ran a the Ca and in throw Stone so we. Skin blood even to lha Unee Lia hed Rah Grey full be o sup with m a is is i and irs Are opium More he full be Beer will to in or w Beau boxes but my in by a her h sense hat that sever the h drive conv upon Tor a seen Cal o cide hum you and Cal s de 1 the my con was her Hei i aft he ios ext s literally to ask i morning by the Aid of my servants i was ready o receive Hairis of Niy Beautiful nurse. All sympathy. Her coi Taratula were so gentle at my escape from Al Trust 50 an to toned that i would gradually get sex can lady in cd Wellsborough w e d n e s b aet april 3, 1844. W Well. It is "miss1------ol and i had the dear Delight of the old gentleman with her seeing her alone. Sev Etol passed they live in Walnut d occasion to visit him Nal business last week As much or. Shears i the concert was breaking charming southerner passed aging on her father s Arm Ely from a close look. My ambition were alike fired. The n want a said Jimmy my Good fellow. Do you see and gentleman galling Inlo a it before us to be sure drive after them and just As set Down Al their door i wish Down too but not quite so Long Side of them. Jon Leman wishes to be Upsel it All but there will be done to the cab i i la give you Len dollars r can your senseless Rick pavement i take it now. Drive quickly i your Mark few minutes hip Carriage we lowing slopped before a spleen the lady and her fall led and just As they were on ble Steps my Cabman s horse suddenly restive. The wheel not a convenient Lamppost and was thrown against the coach attempting to get out i was with my head against the curb in truth Jimmy had managed that my fall was no trifle the my forehead was Cut and the which the erect Tennent of the r Hati driven an a extra Quantity Region flowed a Fth decent pro a shriek of Tesitor in the Sweet Binal be Pue came from the la she was standing on the Steps of use and she turned round on r the noise occasioned by my i became As in duty bound ibs but contrived to unders aug e fair one was much or father instantly assembling servants had me Boine into use not forget Tii g to curse my who was All contrition. I was Yed to a chamber and Laid gently velvet Couch. Very a Doc at this announcement i fell like a Man reviving in a family vault where he etc.? Hai been put prematurely by mistake i awoke to death in life. What a hideous disappointment for Are whal a terrible mistake of mine and Mortimer shears i Al picture of Home influence. By lbs Folles. V dear said his wife you have fio Methins on your mint your brow looks troubled whal is it Only anxiety about business Amy How often have i wished i had not been bred a merchant Bui my Mother said it was a favorite wish of my father that i should be an accomplished merchant. 1 have sometimes wished so answered his wife and then again i remembered Hal the very evil which belong 16 your profession May be into Good. He that has it in his Power to do Wron he gains by what i the Mailer said his wife. Are you ill 0 nothing nothing of said Edward i happened to think of something unpleasant then. It is late now and my head ache they retired for the next Day Edward looked depressed and thoughtful and As if he had passed a sleepless night. Amy was troubled by his silence. This was the first Cloud that had rested on her husband s brow since they were he she said to herself he always confided everything to he will Tell me what it is Hal Bangs to heavily upon his spirits. He Wil never shut me Oul from his sorrows any More than his Joys she thought when he returned from the counting House for the Day that he looked More Iree and Happy though he was still silent and thoughtful. Come and sit by me said Edward to her when they were alone in evening. Amy Saf Down by her husband. Do you not enjoy Amy our hand some House and pictures and Carriage count i Hafed to tix Unes. Yoli Knight i see you do with Money never again e injustice to Suppo estimate of said marrying a sure. When world i was just like a passenger. Paid More to do with care no b s posing the of i walks off and 1 up the pieces. Here was some conflicting testimony g Good real Good Dward me the that i prefer the lower virtue of or Arity to the higher one of and be hanged to All v to Well Tor a while but pet omnibus Low much inn plague an what did i gel by it Why a sawing old toil Gln impunity it he chooses pearled who pronounced the Case the swoon so continued a Erith a and thereupon my chatter de up give me her Best Rity being Siro ogly appealed to dangerous situation d of love i mean the ancient r gentlemen who wore no clothes Bow and quiver whal Elesli i Ocks of and Delight thrill Ough every Fibre Niy Frame As tar soft hand of my beloved one off the Gore and gently bathed funds what ecstacy of Joy ass Nesa was returning. How i tiered when she remarked to her. On my classic profile and ared my looks to the wounded Cpl by fils and starts that night. 1 had made some sort of a toilet the right by which he is the most Elo quent preacher of righteousness True Amy but sometimes this is indeed cutting off the right hand and plucking out the right Eye and then thinking always about Money and bargains has such a counteracting in fluence upon one s mind but How often Edward have i you say that no Man has such wide and various Connexions with the hum in race As a Well educated upright and Active . Every part of j the world him. Its tribute of i Well As of riches. Men under All Asriee to and while j he May with Ceil a in degree o Security it indulge in be an j enemy i his i l no Man can to True and suit san filing and efficient a philanthropist As a Christian merchant 4 it is not always so easy As you May imagine for a merchant to act As remembering thai he is under his great task master s Eye Noi for All or some men but for you Edward the difficulty would be o act otherwise. When think of surely Edward i take great pleas ure in these things. But Why do you and you love to have Money enough to give to those who want it Why what a question Edward you know that i value this Power More than i can Tell and can you voluntarily resign Al these luxuries Why should i voluntarily resign them Edward what makes you so enigmatic Al Tel i me what you suppose that All the Money that Ena Bles us to indulge in these luxuries is not our own what would you have me to do is it you Edward Hal asks me whether i would he but suppose according to the Law of the land and the customs of society and the tacit consent of those most interested this properly was secured to you when i am said Amy that i can Law of the land the customs of society and the opinion of the world before the judgment Seal of god As an excuse for violating that higher he which he has written on my Hearl when i have placed the opinion of the world in the Scales against my own self respect and find it weight est then might Hesi Talp. Why ask me such questions w woman and three mighty different from yes my like what it was in courting ci___1 to time it s a Reg and cold potato cloths badly off ing and mending and nothing even f. 1. .11___t i courting. Instead of no my As you and when you like Lar Row. Sour looks and table or soap always learn darned or mend am particularly to drink. My d. If it was t t Hal i sober i d be inclined Louse Ain t my own i belong to four people besides myself the old woman Aid three children t in partnership concern and so have got their up. I la break to Vou. T ingers in i must burst ind sign Over the Trade r j. C. Neal. A passe Albany evening j amusing a Well Best and the wors byrons is actual dear sir i read last and having a of general Sessio indictments for ii and other Lasca Iii but o your profession Edward it Gies me Lea sure to notice that merchants in Toni you not speak plainly will answered her Hus band. When i filed 10 business be fore our Marr Irige 1 made a settlement who my creditors by which i paid seventy five cents on a then knew that paid them All i had acid Jingiu d a release from All future of Lale my mind has been troubled about these debts or such As i consider therry a few u ays ago one of my creditors brought his son to me and asked me to take him into my store. He mentioned in course of conversation that he had intended to Send his son to College for the boy had a thirst i or learning thai he was in fact fitted to enter but that found he was Loo poor. Said the father denying myself everything but the necessaries of life i could feed my to me that i have t worthy an inset it Jasue trial do that it was Man could Detec supposed be was buying Good Silver Money at fifty cents on Dollar but that it was by some persons at Kingston while a i of his who was present at a convere Atio Twisden Underwood and Thorington testified that Thorington represented it As bade of get Man Silver and of other materials not m reason of wh.6h cow Fae Fioldo about Well enough. Runs Man of 25 and has an Eye and omnibus. 1 a features the Slu Ewd Yankee and y Levy and had a j no mistake _ it the u n to Sei Down j is not this a curious Man Euver to raise the Windl it is hardly Ciet Fibre yet Thia gauge been earned on to a great extent in Chenango Madison Otsego Copland and Thompkins counties. H is Liere known As the Sand in speaking of Lue they were characterized As the be sous ton i or bus got upset Well ayes the Man to pick then i takes a wife be in the life of Thomas bogus a Esq the following from a correspondent of the annal is a better and More in some pathetic Romance than any sve have lately read. The it is that this by True Corres Pum Eyce of the eve. Jour. Norwich feb. 25. 1844. Hed this place on thursday ensure Day or two on my hands i amused Rry self by attending the court s of Chenango. Then sitting in his Village. The customary Quantity of Arceny assault a and Battery occupied the time of the court and were deposed of pretty much As is usual with you in Albany. Butt hero was one Case so unique and so entirely Origi naut least supposed you might deem the journal. Of William b. Thorington for obtaining property by Means of false pretences. It appealed on the trial that this Thorington met a Man named Underwood Lon Cortland county in september last in the course of conversation informed the the enga Ted in the business of passing that the Coin was made by a company of men in Kingston in upper Cana and him Well counterfeited that no it the inside being German Stover but the Bitsuie pure Silver that this Quality of the a icle was Worth fifty cents on the Dollar of Copper measure to notice that merchants a w do As Joy my Nutku ii. t.1 t or e a a and her Light morning dress so Ming that she looked infinitely e Lovely than beforehand i inward blessed i or the Cabman and my hich gave me such Delight j the physician had Given to Keeja my chamber and Ueli dance of m j yeas Eye cheering to my spirits 1 was easily Are most this posed to spend it liberally said Edward As his Eye kind led at the Iho Bijj of our in Hui a eyes to the Blind and ears to the healt h to the sick and peace and Coin fort to the it needs and instructs in i Iii it poor a sends the glad tidings salvation to the Unbe Liever and let penitent it takes Lille children in its Arm and blesses them. But am this go Pujous Power supposes wealth Amy.1 and you dear Edward Are Rich enough to enjoy this highest of All privileges to be the dispenser of Good in others. You have cause Only for thankfulness but the poor the unsuccessful merchant who has not the Means of educating his children Thorington thei or six pieces of dollars which at lot and and pot Metal have been sold in this manner in these Conn ties alone within the last eighteen months there Are a Hundred different phrases to the game. Sometimes the Man who wishes to sell shows Fata different samples of what he terms counterfeit Coin but which Are in truth the genuine coins prepared to resemble the counterfeit. One Sample they say can for 2ft cents on the Dollar. This kind Hasa Brassy appearance Given to them by shaking them in a bag with brass filings. Another kind has a Leaden appearance occasioned by shaking them in a similar manner with Lead and is called Worth thirty cents on the Dollar. Another Sample has the Greasy oily appear Ance of bogus Money which j is Given by some chemical preparation which 1 have not Learned. This Lauer kind is Worth from 35 to 40 cents on the Dollar. But the Best kind and the kind they always sell has d slight cop per appearance which can Only be discovered by examining it by a Strong Light shining Hori. Zonally upon it. This color is imparted 19 it by boiling the pieces in wheat bran. The operator give to the person who wishes to Pur Chase a few pieces requesting him to pass them toil merchants and other Good judges of Money and Call their attention to them to eee if they will detect them. The merchant of course them and Calls them Good. He then concludes to buy j meets Tom As he is generally termed who is some accomplice in the Woods in the Highl pays Over the stipulated a count and receives in return a closed Box lakes it Home opens and like poor Underwood finds Only Al and Sand. Generally one of the gang buys with the victim As a partner and is enabled to keep All right and quiet. Some times the operators Are obliged to count oui the Honey to a purchaser who will not Lake a closed Box on the strength of their word. At such limes Tom bogus counts out the genuine Coin the victim and his part Ner Start for Home and on Ihei Way Stop at a to drink or feed and while in the Ronse the Box mysteriously disappears from their leaving the victim minus his Cash paid without even the poor privilege of Grum bling mood i have Learned Many Good anecdotes grow ing out of these queer operations of the truth of which there can be Ijo question. Last fall they had another kind Ziade i a county Boullit in Corn that which was not Worth so handed Niider Wajd Suine five u half with Ore of the gang one thousand of so pro Jiuu a counterfeit dollars All counted out i ii is presence for which he paid told him was the Best in going borne they stopped at a pub Fly Una Lely freed from the vistas of her even in this luxury 1 Felt smitten to the heart. When i failed i owed that Man twelve thousand dollars. I a id him but i course owe three and the interest upon it. The would enable give his son the advantage which he so much de sires. I have been thinking Over the subject and studying it fairly. Dry Oil s essay would satisfy me if i were not convinced before of what is right and you will of course do it there an be no doubt i knew you would say so. Amy but you must think it Over fou know upon the of proper y As Well As other things we have no mine and thine As we have one interest and duty so we have equal rights. 1 of counterfeit and requested Underwood toe Lic House a few minutes and while there the Amine and try them. Box slept out of the a few tights of Underwood Vliem one Dav alien he k Ter wars the same victim with the same a turned them All Torii orint n except Iune piece bought of the same bogus which piece was presented and Ide tided on i Ano ther Box in the same manner As the trial and paved to be a genuine halt Dol to Airway homeward were overtaken by a Lar. Some few Days after they met again Man on Ilo Greback who said he had a warrant for them or having coup Seifeit my heart aches for him Edward started up and walked hastily backward and Forward through the room As if he bad been seized with some Sadden and intolerable pain. Of Money to sell when if be wished to buy he might Purchase. Punctual to the time Underwood met Thorington at Lin clean and they Toge kind of Money cannot take this Slep Wii Houi your approbation and consent All has troubled you for the Stew Days past said Amy As she looked into her husband s face with an expression Relief. Saut Eil Ward. J and Why not to me at first Why not let me it arises share Evo Amy i Felt it Only on your a St. The victim knowing he must be overtaken and that the Coin it of Aadyn him conviction threw the Box her in the. Night time met a and made Bis escape but lie has not the Load calling himself Fly third person in and. Who said 10 had or 1600 of that to sell at fifty cents on the the Mot by was done up in two specie i handsomely banded and tinned at the Corners. Per biased one Box con Day again seen the heard who was the officer or who. The magistral that a the warrant every one of these thou dollars was in fact a Legal Issue from the mint of the United Stales. The Unadilla River a Short time. Once in me Naumo c-.--. Taining As Cihiy told Bun a sex Hundred dollars d6signine of Falc Iii without opening it and paid for the same his own note of s240 and notes against others for l us he took his Box put it in a bag with a thru i _ c a in it Ilahni. Full info it i to chunk of Wood in one end to balance Slung it Over Bis and Rode twelve Miles when in the presence of his the contents were the tap of Ibe Box coins which he satisfied St flick Silver glitter and shoe. M

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