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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - November 30, 1842, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaTins up authors and five implicit p ise id4ony Stit ution a Tab to n will commence ice the t the same gentle Ementi the school ducted the past now in the i is facilities top of literature not sary in the state terms extremely led on Reafer Iahlo t the j oath of our unties will riot id vantages which for original Jale. Elizabeth loss. It was a Bald night in Decem b r the winds whistled Helree stand around the Corners of this jut the rom Ince of his native Lake and the wildness of his native Hills was in fitfully along. The sky. In scattered More closely to each the faded by degrees from the sight the Moon s was covered and to add gloominess to i cold night in new i trope Shire the. Snow began to descend ill and before eight o clock a if gut snowstorm from the had set in. The winds came in Low deep murmurs Down the Lake carrying Bej fore them thick and Massy sheets of Snow filling up every Trace of path Highway and threatening to Buiey in their Depths the numerous Little on its Borders. I in one of these cottages in the town of Sanbornton and close by the Bank of he resided a widow by the name of Foss she was a Jwo r Why and pious member of the Church and was one of j thai of now too pm irly manifested itself by Good works Mil who adopting for their that All things shall Vork together for Trust Intili Cicely in prov Iilene Ami thank god even for. Their her husband find owned a Small of thirty acres on the Borders of the Lake on which she now resided and i no religious 1__1 _ 1.1___t _ j. He preserved a blameless i Wovas beloved by All who knew Shirri. There is always real sorrow when i Irnan Dies. No wonder Whin Civ same that Anthony Foss had been drowned in the Lake within few rods of die Many a tear was she Ahja Many a word of commendation spoken i k the deceased. In a Feriv hours Stirt Rowls of neighbors had gathered to Star ii for the body and when i. Was i hooked up from the Bottom of the Lake my carried by sorrowing friends into the House and Laid upon the bed where. I but the night before he had repos d in. and peace the sorrowing w doxy ii l her head upon his now lifeless bosom and wept in silence. And when Ilie pious minister of the a Leigh ame soon after to Pray with and bless the ii fused into what he Wai mad Ari lib it was i Law messenger that a won disposition and he was usually denominated they in the afternoon when a e to mrs. Foss o across Tjie Lake in the town of bite was taken dangerous y and v As extremely anxious o see her. Tinwai put a Jitsue Orer a mile to her resident and the walking on the ice remark apply Good. She had no Dis position to refuse the request so Tak ing antibody i tether she set out for refuse the request so Tak it i tether she set out for a i followed of the House clog who bras always a companion of but where was a Thony w Here of where is Anthony 1" exclaimed the half distr eled Gitl. An Almote human expression beamed upon he face of dog As he looked up into the face of i ayoung Inis Tresi and taking a Circle around them with nose to the Snow he set off in a direction up the Uke. A loud Ancet told that he had found his ntistre.8 she had would Retsu or ionised if night a a Bright Trio Light. Iti i 3 i nearly eight o clock be fore she a ready to return and Tho urged strongly to stay All night she re fused As Sre could not think of leaving Elizabeth Ana her Little brother alone. The thick ering Roget be fit full f Ning clusty Well and. And followed a fearing rib Snow lie Gar the wind Camen her walks w Listel Elizabeth that she Iri the evening and even ook her she knew that a would afford sufficient Dudi were even then Gath the Lake stars wer of those a Arisen so of Len Moshiro below had living shei mrs Foss f fiercer ant and the Moon began to Mouded behind the thick bul she knew the path item by her faithful dog y Anthony she sped ii soon however the fall in fitful gusts and e sighing ominously Down a few minutes Moon and it Iden from one Jen and fearful storms had sequent in the North of new and All things above and come enveloped in one of moving Snow. Still let be k sorrowing and in the fervency f his f Art had Bose eyed god that an w Lisle skins be sanctified the Santl of the living she Rose away her tears and said Lite Antl the lord hath a r and blessed be the name o tie i Bociel him Iri the Church Yard 5l one of polished slate was raised to writ his age and death and xon it was had no mrs. Foss alone in he Owh Ooi with her three children Ivd did she Endeavor by fan Fth in the nurture and Sidh Fiott Ron Lime Merit shed in 6uf first but sixt Tien. She had been brought of w that to the lavish endowments of nature were added All that pro As m auction and maternal education could give. She was of x Tob or hear wus Boltie eyes arid1 Forte head part bespoke the nobleness of the mind i and parian Marble under the i emcee r White Tess of her was Light Artif sent it bound if g Over the watery of the would Alm Ost in agon e land arid thav Morrii Fier to iry bark Trie s of tit in e of sickness and her m Olfier were away e e f kindness w Many of the heart made lie wid and m up of t h rho wit hard a Eri ii it by Orion Tim 5r nude y of to hts i f. Of Noth the two Brothers vere still Yoi Ngek a one a bold and almost reckless of fourteen other a 1 and weakly of Iii flute he to held was now ii Ful animal Back As if presently mrs Fossil Edlo her need but lit it understate fore he to by the clot seem to j ii re yet at last completely her up and replied tha Ness had Erpf drowsiness could not r ins Dver Coa Mother. Jan i pushed Almo Well the would h by Cheerin shake her Len Leavor to keep her awake i to the Zobl upon i he proceed Etie d on As he Snow the wind grew come Down the Lake in to Hes and completely hid All things sex debit their path was pm plemely filled up and he r Only guide. The Faith on looking now and then cheer them however the strength of to fail and she Declar son hat she pro seemed her for running on be 1 return and taking her us with a beseeching look Impre her to go e Sank Down in the Snow hauled Anthony raised her to he could Chilli her limbs and a s coming Over her that she is. The son stripped off my threw it around his using Heron his shoulder i madly on he knew too t of that remain Back he1 last words again he would re gently to arouse her. But had calculated Loo largely strength for scarcely had fifty rods before his own and he _ led to Lay Jown his Burden. Scarcely could Shaar i curate leave me Anthony and save re plied the Hei Oil boy and stripping his ing it at and his Vest from his them Over his Mother. The dog locked on and then with a loud howl leaped ahead and was put o v t a Bright fire blazes _ Vince Rit the sat Loef cing Sili Nutly upon the crackling Wood Elizabeth sat i the window gazing wistfully to rough the glom upon the Lake in the direction in which Ier Mother would Corae the Snow Bea Hea again Whtie win d san j Nio irn Futty a it we re sorta Dirge Over Deatle i spirit a teat started into the it was upon the 1 Eye of the ii in a she and breathed of the safetjuof1i a if the a Caugh Toh be i Keln that fearful storm. Present the i 6uw few Lang up with a Load and Mournful hoi b tie window where she was Tilting. In Ai instant Elizabeth was at the door to to Mother she met the dog a okie a Low Mou Riidu i Bwl Cionchi Vitta in her feet and again be leaped to the door and Endea Voreis Tufik girl heart Sank in in knew hat Mother and Bro therle Lake perhaps even now Pef Ishi Haj opened the door and her shrill Voici w Ifie howl Reg winds vat the winds alone ii were d 7 t he dog sprang out towards the i Asp Wien running it chef by Defermin _. Edlo along., i no Neighbour was Iri Liall a r ule had no one Clear her but her Little Biol but Tho heroic girl was not Long in Ith storm re stifled do. Throwing Ber suited boldly out find them or. Die. J head Ami then dashed Buck to f to Tell her he Hud found them the Mother indeed was there enveloped in Snow and almost Ler characteristic a phial of c in Mouth of speechless. Prudence had brought with Tal she poured a part of h her Mother and revived Down in the Snow ther and clasping a Short prayer As her Mother. So to be Able with to just then of filial piety the Lariat a Little Dis Nim. Elizabeth Noble boy Lay in a slififened.corpse______., the House or assistance raised his exhausted and perished. The sister Knelt by the Side of her dead Bru him to her bosom breathed was soon by i Side. The is shirt sleeves upon the ice it is supposed he suited to her fell fast and thick and lading him gently Down she returned to raised her up and making i _ her drink of the c dial she soon revived so Asle help of Elizabeth to pro As if to second the exertions Clouds began to break away and the Moon to if Pear the wind Sank Down into Low and by the Lime Elizabeth had succeeded with her utmost exertions together Mother into he House it was a Clear and Star Light night. But alas and her Mother they Shine in sorrow. The Noble boy who had per filled his life to s Ive his Mother was laying a cold and stiffened Corpse but a Short distance from them. He May yet again was she ceding Ber he iay.tac6ompanied by her faithful dug and by efforts almost suf a human in but to Tlle More than a Quarter of an hour Anthony was within the nov lonely a veiling of his Mother but his spirit had winged its flight to another world the Noble child As dead. Sad and lonely was that night to the widow and her two Chili Ren. The jag too Lay him self Down by the with a Low mourn Ful whine seems 1 to feel that his Young Mas Ter would no Inore with him the Hills or sport in tie Valley. Before the House hold altar Elizabeth and her Mother Knelt Down and with their arms twined around Pauli other wept and they both lifted up their voices and said thy will Oli god be Hast Given and ill u Hast taken away and Bles sed lie thy name of god they buried a Iii Hony by the Side of his father and his had Stone was of Marble raised by the contributions of his mates and on i t was inscribed he perished in saving the life of his the above is no fiction. In the grave Yard at Sanbornton Sii Are May be seen the Tomb atones of Anthony Foss and his son and Over that congregation still presides the pious or. Bodwell his head Tiow silvered with age and he will Tell one who May visit him t lie name Story that Jive told and How a few years after he by est son and How with her fathers Fame grave Yard the memory of a a loony Foss and his widow and their Ovva Cli about from ried by their Side the Young in 1838, the aged widow slept and was buried too in the after having shed a tear to Idren if he would Leain the history of Kliza Leih let him visit with a let Ter o introduction i from or. Bodwell a splendid mansion in one of the flourishing towns of he will find within everything neat though and presiding Over the Lippy household of a is languished senator Ottha slate he will meet a Noble looking woman -01 was once Elizabeth Foss. J. L. E. Graham s Magazine of speculation cured. When the i free the body s delicate. Lear. The Roma Italy appointed. N like a dream t. . Ilsc traveller who enters Jan cannot but feel Dis antiquated repose broods Over the scene no Archi ers . The the same Bustle and Mol by hrs Ong since have joined their Distant Kindred. Another alone Marks the Micheld Hopes of children who heir dying Ino Lher this Climp in the vain expectation to see not unknown to Here snowy no of Vinole Nero Ife an ital he where the Ufa Loans make heir the foreign in the summer Toile the cheor4ngbreeietrom the Nea. Was formerly subject to be remained d comparatively un4 important place initial Cosmo ii Exchange de for it the episcopal Townie f Sarzana. I had quite objects of interest around me and my outward resources were reduced to hearing met Dame Lucre id Borgia itt the it i. Says he you to understand the Hera s my Bond All you can get Ove r Alhree thousand dollars you May hafce.1 i set right to. Work get t heed itors1 to mention tiling a a about that the land had been surveyed fora manufacturing town and had a spleen of Jef rhap4rajvn Voloyed Border lyceum blocks of a stale a Rural in Large letters the Bottom Ait a then bang it up in the Hall before the week was out 1 sold the land for Cash to a com Pany for Twenty thousand dollars gave que Nurs present Ley groups every Commer Cial town and were u wot for the Gal Fey slaves whose Fetters Clank in the the admirable Bronze group Dpi euro Tricco around the statue of pert Inland i., it would ficut to Point out any distinctive Fea Ture amid uis common place Tionson Theis Tipti to a however principal so ret affo Dir Many Obj Els of diversion. Of costume and is Star King in a where pilgrims and Rne Ali aits turks friars and delicate j valide Are promiscuously Cluster Eil and one cannot Long gaze front an adjacent Balcony without Lis covering novel specimen of Iri Anity. A More secluded and Melan Choly report is t her English Unity Inow hours Raav by mused. The afternoon in the pleasant Garden of a popular an rant when one Day As i was ing along a crowded Street my Atten Tion was arrested by a singular figure esconded in the doorway of a fashion Able inn. It was a Lank Sharp featured Man Clad in Hunsey Woolsey with a White Felt hat on his and nor Inous twisted Slick he was looking about him wit Ira shrewd gaze in which inquisitiveness and contempt were strangely mingled. The moment i came opposite to him he Drew a very Large Sil ver watch from his Fob and after inspecting it for a Withan impatient air exclaimed i say stranger what time do they Dine in these parts at this House the dinner hour is about five Why i am half starved and its Only twelve. I Cari t stand it later Ihan two. I say i guess you Are the maybe you to be of Dys Popsy not i Well i m glad of it for it s a Plau by waste of Money. I just arrived from new Orleans and there was a Man on Board who. Made the trip All on account of Dys Pepsy. I As Good As told him he was a fool for his pains. I know a. Thing or two i guess. You see that Slink Well with that stick i be killed six there s Only one thing that s a certain cure for and what s that for a moment the stranger made fio reply but twisted his Luck and gave a wily glance from his keen Gray eyes with an air of a Man who can keep his own counsel. You want to know what will cure Well after this announcement the huge stick was planted very sturdily the spectral figure drawn up 10 its most tension As if challenging Coni diction. Apparently satisfied with my tacit acceptance of the proposition the Man of Grovv More Compla cent i la Lell you How i found out the secret. I was a schoolmaster in the slate of Maine and it was As much As i could do to make both ends a that with hogging the boys leading the choir in a Leaky Schtoil House and in vow As thin As a rail and had to Call Maravel Liiva. Doctor. After he had looked into Fine says one thing for you to do you must speculate i had a kind of notion what he meant for All i own two thirds in new Hampshire half of a Coal mine in Pennsylvania and a Prairie in Illinois a in Perst ing the inscriptions that the death of those breathed their last far from country and the devoted la for. A Seoul Tun near those of the italian quite impressive in their Iso laced i there in the language of a Distant to us try we Young artist 1 suddenly Cut off at the Dawn of his career and placed away with a fair Monument to guard his me Winter Eastern folks had Beed about Days Ati oif i of so Tiuch the he a Man who has Money is a 18 you be got id Fose s p. Begin i sold my things All but a suit of clothes and gave trine1 a lift in his Wagon Al far a s Bangor. I took lodgings at a by keeping my ears open at the table Pitcl the Short Halml the besides Lori of Hatic Hilt of a Ca Nal and a whole Ihlia rubber factory. I be been Orleans buying cot ton and came Here to see about silk business and mean to dip into the mar ble line a Little. I be never had the Dys Pepsy since i began to it exercises All the organs and keeps a Man going like a just then a Bell was heard from with in and the stranger thinking it the Sig Nal for Dinne precipitately withdrew. Abstinence Hippocrates assert that most urls who abstain from food for seven Days die within that period or if they survive this time and Are even then prevailed upon to eat or drink they still perish. Various instances of per sons who have lived much longer with out sustenance have been in the records of the we find the history of Cicely de Ridgeway who was condemned to death for the Mur Der of her husband in the reign of Edward Iii., and who remained for Forl a Days without food or drink. This being ascribed to a Miracle Tun was of course pardoned. From the result of this starvation the Story a be considered fabulous for two reasons the first the improbability of the alleged abstain Ance and secondly the Sej Lection of forty Days a period clearly fixed upon for Miracle making being the exact number of Days our Saviour fasted. I 1 we have a Bewer authenticated Case in the the one mentioned by or. Eccles in medical 38 for 1720. The starved person was a Beautiful Young lady about sixteen years o i age who in consequence of the sudden death of her father was thrown into a state of so violent Aslo rendar her incapable of Jwal Lowin g Lor two Long and distinct Peri first of. The second of Obiah Ive neither a sense of or nor she recover e d she was scarcely reduced in sir will tank Lia Milton saw a teen years of was extricated from the Rllins of a House at Oppido in which she had refer Rairie eleven Days. An infant in her a few months old had died on the fourth Day As the Young Are not so Able to endure abstinence. Or. . A Young Man who had abstained from any sus but a Little water Flavoured Wiite death ensued a fortnight tons some workmen who were extra Ca led from Cavern in which they had been i a ruin for fourteen physician a stil More singular Case of total abstinence in a girl who from tha age of eleven to fourteen took no nourish ment. A Fri Moore called ther fasting a for Man of was it o a certain extent an imposter for although there was no truth in pc assertion that lived an incredible Lime without food yet it appeared evident that her chief f i 1__ i Al t i _ if not her Only support was Tea tha it be Tiller Nan sitting use req Guni. Giving an account of four men Liuigi dred acres including the main a Trefet As far As the Railroad i where they re to be when Jqnes violets built some people have All Luck the old gentleman there in t a than mine in Al Maine but i can t get s because Yogi Don t talk water foe to Wealty four Days Al and. The Lother of a who tasted Noth ing but years an been suspected he was for Twenty Days a he uni m by Joyed a not he Iii same kind is that of Janet published by of. Mckenzie. Of m Leod t the time Tahr Lytt Iree j ears of in married of fifteen lad had Java Jiva a altars i which had hat her Mouth fond any contrivance very nearly the of Spe Clit and de glut ton and with this desire id eat drink. Her Vitre ret acted towards h Eri body Ehl irely Rio finc d to he bed slept Mirch and had periodical discharges of blood Row the lungs a pwn out try the nostrils. During a new via apr failed upon with great Dira culty few crumbs of bread communicated n the hand into Isget Tireli it let water a Vern hand Rand in Ocie Orfio to Stan Cess a Little Gruel v but even in these attempts almost the a file was rejected on two occasions also after Sti Nence of Many made sighs of wishing to drink some which was Imp mediately procured for i re. On the first Experiment the whole seemed to be returned her in ouch jut she greatly refreshed in having it rubbed upon her Throat. On the second occasion Phi drank off Juzint at once but could not upon. To drink any More although her father had novy fixed a wedge. Between her to eel. With these exceptions noisy eve or Fie seemed to have passed _ of four years without either liquids o f solids of any kind or even an appear Ance of the most part like a log of Yood with a pulse scarcely perceptible from feeble i fuss but distinct and regular. Her countenance was Clear arid pretty fresh Herfe lures neither nor Smik her bosom to Grid and prominent and her limbs not emaciated. By. Muren Zie thatched her with occasional visits for eight or nine years Alt the close which period she seemed to be a Little improved. A dutch girl of the name of Jive Hergen is reported to have lived from the year 1611, other support than the scent of Floores. The magistrates of Meurs suspecting imposition her closely watched for thir Lee ii Days without being Ite to detect any fraud. Over her picture a Jere affixed some latin verses of Whittl the following translation was Givich in Lei Book called Apoi Pricor declaration of the Power and provi Dence of god by George Hasewell 1 v. I this maid of moors to Italy six years spent Poi Reen of whi6h she took no nourishment Pale and wan. She sits sad and alone a Garden s All she loves to look Upo no according to food than this Ija Lavian Maiu in being born without. Mouths. Sauv bees Maclian of Toulouse who never thirsted and passed Iii summmers Rio with standing the intense iog., in recorded Tases of total or i Early total abstinence water has been found necessary but not e Oen Mantei de Parli threatening in Esse of re breaking up the a to which the form with which gov erness unix Irreg tip Graefe Ness duly prefaced the Ler puddings her test what we Are going to elbows lord in and Scio ulcers thankful no a 1 the school mistress abroad. Tre Tilor s the ing . Jute journal of. The late Samuel in Urven Hin self a traitor and refugee from America the Huwae a under that condition Hie for again Yilth j which a Arnold com. _ _ plied. This second instance of Public Dis resp e of lie has having word not i Ujj a Revy third bar j is Ever soft Ine spa Fer j6j, and leading it Tell Bra mistress toe fury of the foul tried Good. Primi with All vigor of maa Hood. Nutly leaped howling the goodness of hit father s Hearit said on Dandy held
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