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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - June 18, 1845, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaPer an is deduct Ca h actually in r. Arrearage Are 3 i option of the Edh or 1 Snow exceeding twelve Imes for for every bub o Twenty five notices not no inserted for cents three insertions the same., Yearty advertisers stake room of his counting House Man e Don Jose Solano a richest Bankers in Madrid Rumi ranch self complacency upon the sults of 4 recent in his meditations by the of one of his clerks ushering in a brought a letter of a Triduc banker at Mexico to occasional transactions. Of that the bearer the Conde de of a highly respectable family nobility that he was desirous of mope and More especially the ibis ancestors Spain and it then Lucom mend him the btronge9t a Madrid banker As one whose in Rind ship could not fail to be b All who became acquainted Wellsboro wednesday june is 1845, whom the assay excellent and agreeable qual of the count seemed to is far As appearance can do the High which he was spoken of in this let he was about years dark Cotna Exio Ned with a High Clear Slort. Crisp Curling hair an Intel l a of Lar Tauly Anil fascination. His eyes Der any further inquiries nearly it mentioned the count As of a Noble and respectable and credited him to the amount of ten thousand dollars a Aura of sufficient importance to make it presumable that he Means were ample. Before Valleja bad been three Days at mad rid he had obtained his entree to a House at which a number of idlers and fashionable were in the habit of meeting to play Monte of All others most fascinating to a spaniard. Thither tie used to repair every afternoon accompanied by Rafael Solano and and there he soon made himself remarked by Bis judgment in play and by the Cool diff vat enc with which he lost and won very considerable sums. For some time he was exceedingly successful. Every., state he put Down Donic Lff itself he seemed to play with charmed Money and the Bankers trembled when they saw him approach the table and after a glance at the state of place a pile of Golden ounces on a card which Al most invariably won the very next moment this lasted several Days and he began to be considered As invincible when suddenly his Good Fortune deserted him and be lost As fast of faster than he had previously won so that after a fortnight of incessant bad Luck it was estimated by certain old gamblers who had taken an interest in watching his proceedings that he had lost not Only All i winnings but a very considerable sum in addition. Rafael who rarely played and then whole no. 357 end Rafael laughing. Rea salted i fam waiting for the Senor said i which was a quiet and i i Nrose an unusual uproar Ana noise or voices y his Friend s cheerful and be. _ _ to the windows and saw several persons collected round pushed Monte s he uttered the words the count open the door and they entered the Oom. The game was already in full activity and he play very High the tattle strewed with he showy Spanish cards on which instead of the Spades and diamonds familiar to most european Caid players suns and vases res and horses were depicted in various and Brilliant colors. An officer of the Royal and a dry Snuffy old Marquis held the Bank which had been very successful Iange piles of ounces and of four and eight Dollar pieces were on the Green cloth before them As Well As a Roll of paper nearly treble the value of the specie. Twenty or thirty play ers were Eong regraded round the table while a few unfortunates whose pockets had already been emptied Weie so lacing themselves with their cigars and occasionally indulging in an oath or impatient stamp of the foot when they saw the card Omnus which they would certainly have backed had they had Money so to do. Two or three idlers were sitting on the Long French windows Reading news papers and enjoying the fragrance of the flow ers protected from the reflected Glare of the opposite houses on which the Sun was Dar Ting its rays by awnings of striped Linen that fell from above the windows Anil Hung Over the outside of the Small semicircular Balco for me replied Valuja. Pessary there Are about Twenty thousand dollars in the said the Marquis leaning for wards and affecting to count the Rouleau lying before him and some eight thousand Man whom they we revising from the ground. His Skull was frightfully the pavement around sprinkled with his Rafael and some others hurried Daw but be Mil Wei uru Usu i staked by these gentlemen. Will you Seno Foro they reached the Street. Ria be pleased to place a similar sum upon a the last stake the table " had been his. Life. Several of the gamblers exchanged sign Fri when Young Salano reached his father cant glances and half smiles. The Rule Bouse and repairing to the count s apartment Chih glom. Al Vollia Liml 1tiuo the name required the player who ent Teavor opened the desk of which Valleja had give Edas Valleja was doing to annihilate the him the key he found that it contained Nei at a recent of Ohio sitting at Cincinnati lawyers were admitted to practice. Hundreds if not thousands Hare beet admit Ted within the last year in to. Various. Ciattei of the Union. The remark will apply to the medical profession. Every Yeay Dot universities turn ont doctors by the Hundred. How they find we Are really Puzzle to imagine. But the fact a very few of them do find profitable1 employment. Where one becomes eminent fifty perish m comparative obscurity. Where one to successful in toiling the Tedder of Fame and Fortune a score Are compelled to Content themselves with a Mere Many finding the chances so extremely abandon their provisional and attempt to gain a livelihood some Otner Way. When will parents be Wise will they glean knowledge from when will they satisfy a h ones t Farmer with a an artist with something like a certain permanent Means of livelihood Ferrell infinitely to a do Only feature which could be pro iced Odiose than extremely pleasing Lough Black and Lustrous they bad latin Only and hardness of expression an unpleasant impression upon 7, and would perhaps have been Legreca Blead not tie Mellow tones count s voice and the Savity am Lai its manner served in a great Mea Lcou tract the effect of this Peculiar a due Honor to the Strong recommend to this esteemed correspondent do it loomed the Young Conde with the u Jujj vitality insisted on taking posses for the of the Day an wallowing him to return to hotel into tha House presented him t find cd Dumbler and charged them t sit utmost Earl Ion to entertain thei White he himself returned to his occur dinner time. At one clock the Lanker reappeared in the Sola where b id Rufae and Mariquita Solano listening Utility to the agreeable conversation o who in his Rich and characters i Spanish was giving them the details concerning the coun recently left. The magnificence i scenery the pen liar cities of the lieu aces the gorgeous vegetation and animals of the tropics formed the Lissi his discourse not a Little interest Orsio of three and Twenty a girl bad never As yet been if array from Madrid. Not had the conversation less charms for the Valleja had been at the human with scenes if not with which were associated with borne of aft most agreeable reminiscences that he had visited in the Days of his v when he bail Laid the first foundation Femc sly to tune. To he Brief the Ible minuet and conversation of the so won upon father Ion and daughter at Nightfall he Rose to take his the banker put it us to Kaposi Acil fou owed up what usually a Mere i compliment by insisting upon Valle sin up his abode with him during his Madrid. Valleja raised Many diff i l s on the score of the inconvenience or i to might occasion but they were All and. And the contest of politeness Ter i m the count s accepting the Hospi cordially pressed upon him. The he was installed in a splendid in the Bouse of Don Jose. A jays even weeks elapsed during Valleja continued to be the inmate of c to Solano. He appeared very Well Issei Iii his quarters and on the other hosts found no reason to regret the he soon became the Don Jose could meal without a Alicja was there with him about the Havanna. Rafael inseparable companion of his walks am ont door diversions while the Mariquita never seemed so Happy he handsome mexican was seated embroidery Frame conversing with Low soft tones or singing to the. It of her guitar Rome of the wild of his native country. Indeed so were Tho count s attentions to theand so favourably did she receive i toil More than one officious or Well s Friend hinted to Don Jose the pro of instituting some inquiry into the and antecedents of a. Man who not improbable might eventually his son in Taw. But the repossession of Valleja was that he gave Little heed to r himself with writing to his at Mexico exptessio6 the. He Huttl in Ana rec Evink Hirv As an inmate Only for Small stakes urged his Friend to Dis continue a game which he found so losing but Valleja laughed at his remonstrance a and related his losses As trifling a sin Gle Day s Good Fortune might retrieve. Gam bling. Is scarcely looked upon As a vice in Spain and Young Solano saw Iio Huig unusual or blame Able in the count s indulging in his afternoon jag of or in his losing his Money if it so pleased him and if be thought an hour or two s excitement Worth the Large sums which it usually Cost him. J circumstance of their visits to the gaming j room appeared to him so unimportant that it never occurred to him to mention it to i i father or sister and they on their part never dreamed of inquiring in what Way the Young men passed the few hours of Day during which they absented themselves from their society. The Monte table which Valleja was in the habit of frequenting wus situated on the third floor of a narrow Street leading out of the Calle Alcala within two or three Hund red Yards of the Casa Solano. Amongst the persons to be met there were Many of the richest and highest in Madrid generals and ministers counts and Marquise even Nies. After standing for a few minutes at the table and staking a Doubloon which he in stantly lost Rafael Solona took up a paper and threw himself into an Arm chair while Valleja remained watching with keen at Tention the various fluctuations of the cards. For some he did not Joia in rather to the astonishment of the other play ers who were accustomed to see him take his Money As soon As he entered the room equal to that which he had a Chance of carry ing off. At the this one where the players were All More or less known to each men of rank name and was not unusual to play this sort of decisive coup upon parole and in lost the Rooney was invariably forthcoming the same Day Vallija smiled bitter y. I thought i had been sufficiently known said he to be admitted to the same privilege As other players. Added he turning to his Friend and handing him a key your father s thousand dollars have to noted but i have a packet of notes and cur rent securities to considerably More than the needful amount in the brass hound Box in my apartment. Will you have the kindness to fetch them for me i do not wish to interrupt my observation of with pleasure replied Rafael taking the key to oblige his Friend. And continued Valleja smiling detaining him As he was about to hasten out of the room perhaps you will not object to Tell these gentlemen that until they re with the Money they May take Louis ther notes nor any thing else of value by astonished at this Bank at Ose fell swoop to produce a sum Nee of carry a few worthless papers same time in societies like and in spite of his repossession in favor of the count feeling his suspicions a Little roused by what he could hardly consider an oversight he hurried Hack to the Ramonte room where his arrival served As the signal for the catastrophe that has been related. The same evening the amount lost was paid by Rafael Solano into the hands of the win ners. The following Day the count was privately interred. After the lapse of a few weeks there came a letter from Mexico in reply to the one which Don Jose Solano had written to announce the arrival of Valleja. His mexican correspondent wrote in All haste anxious if still possible to preserve Don Jose from be coming the dupe of a swindler. The Conde de Valleja he said was the last and unworthy unhesitating boldness and Confidence half an hour passed in this manner and the hence of Valleja was beginning to be for Wuenche suddenly Drew a heavy Rou Leau of Gold from his pocket and placed it up on a card. The game went on Valleja lost and with his usual san Froid saw his stake thrown into the Bank. Another followed and a third and a fourth. In four coups he had lost Thiee thousand dollars. Still not a sign of excitement or Dis composure upon the handsome countenance of the mexican Only an officer who standing by him a pack of thin Spanish cards which he had patients Ano a lawyer without clients. We Are glad to perceive that the subject is e attention throughout the country. The press has taken it up in Earnest and the eyes of Many will no doubt be opened to the truth. The Pride of parents is too frequently a curia o their children. Instead of fitting them to wrestle with the hardships of the world they often bring them up in such a Way As to Ren Der them victims of Idle Naves. The Savannah is publican of a late Date alluding to the medical profession and tha evil and error to which we have at rented Why is it that a bring men will close their eyes to desert other respectable pursuits to choose a life of almost suck car Tain a Varty and dependence 7 is it because they Are averse to honest labor or by cans grandee of Spain were in the habit of repair ing thither to Thile away the Long Winter evenings or the Suu riness of the summer Day and the place was proportionate to the High turn Valleja s word for sum he wishes to most assuredly i answered the Young Man hastily and i am Only sorry that the Senor Maiquis should have thought it advisable to put any thing resembling a slight upon a Friend of mine and my father s. Gentlemen he continued to the Bankers i Oser you my guarantee for the sum count Valleja is about to the old Marquis bowed his head. That is quite sufficient Don Rafael said he i have tie Honor of knowing you perfectly Well. His senoria the count Val Cija is Only known to me As count Valleja and i am certain that on neither ill Usu Umkh-igv4 uhf rank and great opulence of most of the play he a been holding in his hands fell to the ground j be nor you Wuh blame me for acting As i do torn completely in half by one Violet wretch. The four High stakes so boldly played and so rapidly lost riveted the observation of the gamblers upon Valleja s proceedings. Everybody crowded round the table and. Even the slight Buzz of conversation that lad be fore been heard totally ceased. His Atten lion attracted by this sudden stillness Rafael i sauntered to the window humming a tune be when so heavy a sum is at j Don Rafae left the room. The formal Marquis removed the piece of Money from the pack arid took up the cards with As much dry indifference As if he were in no i Way concerned in the result of the important game that about to be played. Valleja the Bank was held As is customary in Spain by the person who offers to put in the largest sum the keeper of the room being remunerated by a certain tax upon the cards a lax which in this instance was a heavy one in order to compensate for the luxury Dis played in the decoration and arrangements of the establishment. The three rooms were fitted up in the most costly manner the Walls lined with magnificent pier glasses the floor covered in Winter with Rich carpets and in summer with the finest Indian matting the furniture was of the newest French fashion. Splendid chandeliers Hung from the ceiling musical clocks stood upon the Side Gil. Balconies were filled with the rarest exotics and flowering plants. Two of the rooms were devoted to play in the third ices and refreshments awaited parched throats of the feverish gamblers. In a scorching june afternoon about a month after Valleja s arrival at Madrid the mexican and Rafael left Don Jose s dwelling and Bent their Steps in the usual direction. While ascending the Well worn stairs of the gaming House Young Salona could not for Bear addressing a remonstrance to his Friend on the subject of Bis losses. Although the of the Bank seemed to glance at the increased wealth and the eagerness with which be awaiting Valerja s movements made him conjecture what had occurred. You have said he to the count and heavily i fear. Come that will do for let us replied the mexican a Mere trifle which you shall see me win and then turning to the banker was just commencing a Deal. Said he the King against the for Tho uninitiated in the mysteries of Monte it May be necessary to state that by uttering these words Valleja bound if an Ace came up before a King equal amount to that in the Bank count s perfect command Over himself and his countenance made it very difficult for so Young and inexperienced a Man an Rafael to judge of what was passing in his mind the latter nevertheless fancied that for three or four Days past there had been a change in his Demeanour denoting uneasiness and it was not that he was duller or More silent on the conversation was perhaps More b Rill Tant and varied Bis and More frequent than usual Bat without asking for any in Inlet wat Ai to i laugh louder but there was a hollowness in a strained tone in the conversation As if he were compelling himself to be Gay in order to drive away painful himself with Many words and forced merriment. Rafael attributed this to the annoyance caused by his heavy losses and now urged him to Dis continue his visits to the Monte table at least fora time or until his better. The count met the suggestion with a smile. My dear cried he. Gaily you surely a not suppose that the loss of a. Few miserable ounces would be sufficient to an Noy me for a moment As to abandoning play we should he puzzled then to pass the Idle hour or to o following the siesta. Be sides that u amuses me. But do not make you Aeu uneasy i Shalli do myself no to pay As Well As All the winnings of those who had backed the Ace. If on the other King won the whole capita of the Bank was his As Well As the stakes of those who bet against him. Copa Al t6ere.wab a general murmur of astonish ment. The Bank was the largest that had been seen in that room since a certain me Morable night when King Ferdinand himself being out on one of the nocturnal frolics in which he so much delighted had come up in disguise with an officer of his household and lost a sum that bad greatly advantaged the Bankers and sorely diminished the contents of his Catholic majesty s privy purse there were at least Twenty thousand dollars on the table in Gold and paper and besides that scarcely had the mexican uttered the name of the card he favored when on the strength of his previous ill Luck some of the players have ii his Teeth and stepping out pushed the awning a Little aside and leaned Over the Balcony. The banker began to draw the cards one alter the other slowly and nearly half the pack was dealt out without a King or an Ace appearing. The players and lookers on were breathless with anxiety the fall of a pin would have been audible the tune which the count continued to hum from his station on the Balcony was heard in the stillness that reigned As distinctly As though it had been thundered out by a whole orchestra. Another another was drawn and the decisive on appear the silence was immediately exchanged Ifor a tumult of words and exclamations. Ques is so said Valleja turning Hal round and smelling As bespoke at a Superb Flower which he had just plucked from one of the plants in the Balcony what s the the person nearest window who then paused arid hesitated. Said Valleja with a sneer scion of a Noble Anil once respected family. Front his Early youth he had made himself remarkable As Well for the vices of his character As for the skill with which he concealed them under a mask of agreeable accomplishment Anil fascinating manners. His father dying shortly after he became of age had left him the uncontrolled master of his Fortune which he speedily squandered and when it was gone to lived for some time by the exercise of his wits and by preying Miall who were sufficiently cred bus to confide in him. At length baling exhausted every no Man of Honor would speak to him and no usurer lend him a a raved at any rate of had by an unworthy artifice duped the very last person out of a few Hundred dollars and taken ship at Vera Cruz for Europe. It is scarcely necessary to add that the let Ter was a forgery. Misprints often strike what Are termed unlucky blows. The omission of a t makes the mortal the moral and the immortal poet stands praised As the immoral poet. We read a Short time ago a Lamenta Ion on the frightful increase of morality in be Metropolis and once saw the advertise ment of a treatise on the blessed Imp Noral y of the soul we have met with the glory f4 turned into gory by the drop of the consonant our loyalty has. Been shocked by the announcement of a most reasonable attempt on the life of a Hunt worst of All we lately saw he Duke of Buckingham described through he dropping of the dog s letter As the far Mer s the mechanical taste. We Are often sur prised that mechanics do not pay More Atten Tion to the Art of design. Indeed knowledge of every kind is valuable to them. Sir Richard Arkwright was we. Believe a Barber but having turned his attention to machinery and getting hold of a hint invented the spin Ning Jenny and amassed a Fortune. A Vega pottery came first into notice in con they Cour the kind of Tiati respectability which a professional position entitles them to in society if either they Are not envied in their lean and beggarly condition fancied professional Torpi Dity. We have at this moment in our eyes two men who commenced their career in life contemporaneously. The one of Brilliant Power of estimable character of Rich and respectable Connexions. The other of moderate endowments and pretentious tha Sun of a poor widow. The was attracted by tha show and Promise of professional life the. Latter1 was Content to be bound an apprentice to an Tho one is now a loafing Vagabond Gambler while he poor apprentice boy is the Boldrer of about two Hundred thousand dollars Worth of estate in tha City of Philadel respectable and influential member of the Community in which he lives. The Dif Ference in their solar Ashu Manity can discern is attributable solely to the difference in their Choice of tha one was. Trained to Industry and frugality while the bother compelled to no appearances in genteel circles was forced to hazards of gaming and finally ruined. Tb.9 Case Here mentioned is but one of the Many which every reflecting Man s experience will attest As being Only too common in the land. We allude to it not for the purpose of Cellec Ting upon any of the Learned professions whose members generally Are entitled to great respect on account of both their intellectual and moral attainments it is refer red to Only for the purpose of. Correcting that perverted Public taste which is at present driving our Young to destruction through the High Way the professions. Put Down it. The the nearly half As much against two Bankers looked Al each other an shrugged his shoulders and his eyebrows. Both movements and moreover i intend this very Day to win Back All my loadings i feel in the were so Light As to be scarcely perceptible but they were nevertheless excellently Well observed and understood by his partner the High dried old Marquis sitting opposite to him who Laid the pack of cards upon the table their face to the cloth and after Pla cing a piece of Money on them to prevent their being disturbed by any Chance puff of wind opened his Gold Box and took a prodigious Pinch of snuff. Having done this with much deliberation he let his hands fall upon his fences and least Back in his chair with a countenance expressive of Nexha ustate patience. The players waited for nearly a minute and them began to grow impatient of the delay. At the first question put to the Ace what then it has won i it has my Hen. It was to be expected i would since i went on the and turning round again he resumed Bis tune an his gaze into the Street. Hada ser said the spaniard to another of the players. He must be Rich. It would be difficult to take the loss of thirty thousand dollars More coolly than five Minji Tes elapsed during which the Bankers were Busy counting out their in order to see the exact Sura due them by the unfortunate loser. When the Jingle of Money and Rustle of paper ceased Valleja looked round for the second time. How much is there snores said he. Thirty thousand four Hundred and thirty dollars sense replied the old mar quis with a Bow of profound respect for one who could Bear such a loss with Stich Admira ble indifference very Good was the. And Here comes the Man who will pay it Yon accordingly the next a Hasty step was heard upon the stairs. All were turned to the door which opened and Rafael Solano entered. Where is the count " exclaimed he in and with a hurried voice Connie Natice again every head turned toward the count sequence of the elegant shapes and designs of Bis vases cups a poor German me chanic Rose to wealth in few York City by being the first to introduce Iron railings of Beautiful patterns in place of the Plain old fashioned straight rail pointed at the there is a Yankee now making Liis Fortune by a cheap process of map colouring which a Little chemical knowledge suggested to him. We know a Mon who has improved the Ordi nary machine for plaiting whip lashes and applied it to the making of stay laces so that he can manufacture these articles for a Price infinitely below any rival. So too in com Mon House building the Carpenter in a newly settled District who understands How to erect a Graceful dwelling will soon carry off the business of those who Are contented with the old Clumsy style who would not prefer a window screen prettily painted to an old fashioned chinese Blini yet the one is not dearer than in a word taste and knowledge when brought to Bear on the Ras chanic arts will always carry off the Palm from stupidity and ignorance. Think of this Young mechanics saturday Gas a Soldier s has Oft ii been remarked the Singim regard old soldiers have for the companions of their boots., i have seen Many in stances but the most remarkable Man 1 Knetyk in that Way was the late Colo Nel Vau Merell of the 30th regiment. He was indeed a Man of and the Arrion Tiff his treasures in thai article was beyond guessing at the boys of the regiment said that there were at least an Hundred pairs secured in a Chest fastened with a huge padlock j which they Locke on to genuine politeness. He who has a heart glowing with kindness and Good will towards his Fel Low-mer., and who is guided in a exercise of these feelings by Good com Mon sense is truly the polite Man. Politeness does not consist in wearing a while and in gracefully lift ing your hat As you acquaint does not consist in artificial smiles and flattering speech but in sin and honest desires to promote the happiness of those around you j in the readiness to sacrifice your own ease and Comfort to add to the enjoyment of oth ers. The Man who lays aside All selfishness in regard to the happiness of is Ever ready to Confer favors who Speaks in the language of Kindne a and conciliation and who studies to Manifest those Little attentions which gratify the heart is a polite he a Home spun coat and make a very ungraceful Bow. And Many a who Dreises Gen Telly did enters the Moat crowded apartments with Assurance and ease is a perfect comp bund of rudeness and in civility. Rivrud police Bibb a a virtue of the and the heart it is riot like a wilted or Ike so far lamed vre n6 Rales for the exercise Ofifi is firm More Correct Natl definite Laid Dow Oiin the new m no look of politeness Coan Parade with the Bible. S3 there Are some human which have Twe two sides Lik Tisae of Eert tin smooth Tho other rough by ton measure Roe said o Cabool boy to his master. 11 yes and by the ply accompanied by a i incl a Uirt Winch. H in of 1 m m i a u Feu of it. The news paper i newspaper

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