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ing: Dear Wife: --Forgive me for what I do.--Live for your children. I have been as man and wife for two years with Fanny May. She has been the cause of this. If Mr. Hall had not interfered this would not have happened. May God bless you, my poor children. I cannot live long. I have been ruined in business by Fanny May. You will find some friends left when I am gone. You need not be ashamed of what I have done. Those who have ruined me will have to go with me. Friend Slater, see me decently buried. I am not afraid to meet my God. Keep me as long as possible, and bury May and I. Good bye, Joseph. Boston, Oct. 30th, 1860. He was a middle-aged man, of a dark complexion, and was well known on Hanover st., as a dealer in fancy goods, and an active man. He had just concluded a purchase of a bill of goods, at a fancy goods house a few doors above the scene of the tragedy, and we do not learn that at this time he showed any signs of excitement or ins