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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - June 7, 1843, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaActions in a in Days limbs .g.9ii., of the liver. Combine the proper ties. By cleans Ning the functions to blood promote the ung medium and Taa body fast with t disease. Nay be taken with re be any change in Ucb habit Ordi Etsa Man of intelligence ers Danby. Ive or family by or. G. W. To in my prac complaint mention they Fera proved n int try recommend Der dts Ives As a cd their May expect Beers m. D. Esq. Post mater. Neslon Mich. Dear sir having restorative or fam Iber of years i can a for the Lasc l have lived in this Ollious complaints very Short Lime in Medicine. 1 have ring the time i have supplied with these neighbors almost ing fits of sickness mittens and billions e doctor s Icse pills would have in believe the Billious Cam whole West. With respect r. P. Bush. Ind say Les Ithaca. It we Aie acquainted he restorative or a i. Schuyler and have of cases with Good recommend them form Safe and officiant it any compliant. 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By Lounary Balm Tito nation of door and if the Flowers still Bloom so Lair and it the Woodbine climb As when i used to train them there in the dear Olden time 1 wonder if the Birds Sull Smyj upon the Garden Treu As sweetly As in that Sweet Spring whose Golden memories Joe fitly bring so Many dreams to me i know that there hath been a change a change o Erli ill and heart faces and footsteps new and strange about my of birth the heavens above Are Sull As Bright As in l y but vanished to the Beacon Light Oliai cheered my Moring sky and and Dale a to oiled Anil Rick and murmuring Stream that Ware such glorious beamy then would seem should i return again tie record of Allerani 1 Renour i not for my childhood s since in the summer in yrs incr borers my heart hath us Rorsi 1 mourn not for tic Init ind streams Amiul chained my q still 1 see thro id my tin uns and Hail them in my s Mir and often by the Hearth huh in i r Eves i rm1, sit and Lalk of Mhor d is and the Well re gift Ebert d lavs o of Niy Green mount Iii Home. Gain count pan Shoul Conilio de by aloud for w ment ing to now i Bullin la Doug Erat a of his be in Tant i critic Antcli could even the siry slant of the decaf and a a Ren cover inca length proc ii Itro Man i in of learn v Evcic his r nut t Perfo Gage profi the at til Ery wednesday by j. P. At co a year payable half Yearl in Advance or 5o if not paid within the year. Wellsborough wednesday june 7, 1843. Ironed his thoughts to Good a and his ambition made him act Etui. The presentiment that he some Day Maleri Alty better his on never left him and inspire his Hope he Seldom complained bul diligently pursued his work i did he know that any Advance should make Mustbe by follow very path along which he was aveling instead therefore of off the course As ambitions but less Young men Are Apt to do Lefie cled deeply on the nature whether it might not is Power to effect some import prove Merit upon it. With a Eye and ear he at length selected the deficiencies of the instruments it was his business to in liar Lonious spines and harpsichords with which the cars of the Couit and town vere contented to he Chai herero Arkid that from the ii impel feet ism it was impossible they remain in tune fid that when their intonation was Correct und produced was harsh and i Folh Xiv. Colci Pic Bomol and not cite select tales. The first piano Forte. The two i Roei of this Little history present a Complete contrast. They be Gan continued and ended their world by career under entirely opposite circumstances. One at first Rich suddenly poor through extravagance and dissipation the other originally hese imperfections which con be of instruments prevented some beat musicians from perceiving e apparent to the in que ing mind t ear of the Young Arlisle. But Edy for them had yet to be Dis d and for that object did Erard Antly apply his incl lion. Al he became acquainted with the Jle of an key Board used by is Barman a German a Lurer and that engendered in new and Happy idea the result itch the Reader will presently Lile Sebastian Erard employed spare moment in work ii g out w idea theoretically for lie had e Means of doing so practically other actor in our musical drama med a very different part. In in the useless employments and Ess pastimes of a Man of fashion Ike of i Zunn sought o Couit of Louis xvi., the danger do Lanai ies and dissipated manners Gay but Brilliant court of Louis and the remit. Nor tvs he ill lated to effect by his own team evil tin object to was hand Rich and possessed of a High How rits Wilh a share of intellect it. His conduct however was ways pleasing to Antoin Stalte the seemingly impose e proposed for All had head the Queen but so great in in with tin King the it she never ventured to show her dislike to him a Tiung of bar things i pleased her majesty wis a Sorne time carried Besom Gooc lab i Micro poor became All at once Force of ingenuity and ind Stry. The one glories in his Hitti it ruling title tiie other was proud of Beni artificer. The glittering courtier Rev Ocoa filed in the Royal saloons the laborious operative a parisian workshop. In a f Versailles into Sod his s soon due finished j who condemned line his life on a pubic scoff old in 173 by a populace Dri Renlo excesses by the tyranny of their superiors the Oiler peacefully exp in blessings of his family and honest Indus by rewarded and honoured by the favor finally the Mand de go Taui the second Vujs scabs Ute a the epoch when our Taie commences Sebastian Erard was a pair a y affluence 1 himself a if Lauzun poor Artisan whom reverse of Foi Iune had drive from Strasburg his native town to seek alone without i Money and Friend his daily bread in Paris. He was Well educated in his Early youth he had studied drawing a architecture and had devoted some time to scientific pursuits. He had dreamt Wilh the artless enthusiasm of youth of one Day distinguishing himself As an artist a professor or an architect. Conceive then his disappointment i wheel at the age of sixteen he found himself a Jour Neyman maker of harpsichords. Pride Onu him. In the obscure workshop where he pursued his Monot not s avocations he frequently gave Way to Gree of vexation. Rut Bast in Erard possessed than fall to the lot of mos his Humble Grade. Even Mimi ice a certain de happily be nobler gilts persons in his Melan him for it openly. Sorne the Bounds of Breeding which the Duke had is Iliad with the marchioness de Mil lady As Ess f the Royal can lid in ought to to Ivy induced on her part the most guarded cont. Act. As there was nol King Rich by the Lively improper in Lauzun and her Forror ing a Mutual regard. Loth took uni brags at the Little checks the g simply an j Queen thought it her duly on several ions to give them. An of Porotti to resent those supposed affronts orc real and by a circumstance h brought Sebastian Liard pet idly within the Pale of court Mage Are Antoinette though stir round were the Duke of Lauzun and the marchioness of Milroy. The praises bestowed upon the instrument made the latter envious of its possessor de Spile the difference in their position and rank and she demanded of the Duke de Lauzun a harpsichord of equal excellence and external Beauty to that of the Queen. The age of chivalry had not even then away and the was bound to obey the wish j is of his intended be they Ever so cd Irav agent. But another and perhaps stronger motive prompted him. He saw by complying with this request a Means of mortifying her in fact lessening her popularity. He took care on every Opportunity of Point general alien i Ion to the readiness Wilh which Marie Antoinette preferred the production of her native to those of her Aco pled country. And he undertook to prove in the present instance that this preference was not guided by Mer it. In a Short he boasted 1 will produce an instrument of French manufacture Superior in Lone and in magnificence of appearance to the Vaun led importation of the he possessed wealth ingenuity and Perse Verance his boast was therefore not an Idle one. The Duke made the tour of All the eminent manufacturers in Paris bul found no one Ifyu had enough of our age to untie sible task lie proposed of the marvellous harpsichord of Siber Mann. Aft Eif nearly giving up the Pursuit in disc air lie determined to vis it the manufactories of a humbler Trade. In one of these a Young and intelligent Journeyman happened to overhear the offer made by the Duke to his master by whom it was declined. He Star tet from his Seal and a confident Biow declared he would undertake the commission. The Duke at first took Little notice of the Young Artisan bul at length by earnestness and enthusiasm consented to listen to a detail of the in in the making of harpsichords which in addition to those of Sthermann the new candidate for his proposed. The leave of his it l-1 turn or it h lentil to. His Lor the drawings Ai i notes he had nude of his new in vent him. An hour alter aids he was clo led Wilh the Duke at the residence of the Mallei. His explanations were so fati la Story his plans so manifestly practicable that Lauzun immediately engaged him to make the requited instrument. A work shop was filled up Wilh an expensive collection of tools and Malu Riold in the Duke s House in which Tho voting a Tisani employed himself by and Ite. His Perse Tranee and Industry were at length crowned with when his work was that of Decora Tion began. This wis the first instrument which had a Rcv Boal shifted by pedals to modulate its Al the will of the player which had a of and loud pedal. In was in Short the first piano Forte. The Duke do Lau Zun was delighted Anil deter mined thai no a Cesary of ornament should be wanting. He caused it to be enclosed to a magnificent Case of gilded Japan work the pedals were surrounded by 7 sneer replied the Duke with a Mark d emphases As he Durst assume. His Sebastian indeed that is a person t never Leard of rejoined the Queen unfortunately the names of few meritorious retorted the Duke laying a stress upon the latter word Are known in the court of ver Avit Hout noticing this Marie Antoinette inquired to whom the piano belonged. Lauzun explained that it was Maine by his direction and that he was the repealed the Queen with a Good natured arc Ness by which she was always ready to conciliate the most undeserved ill will. And Pray what use can a colonel of it Izzard make of so elegant so lady like an instrument the Duke replied with an affection of sentiment that music was his most cherished Relief from the cares of state and the fatigues of military duty. The Trull was Marie was so charmed with the instrument that she longed to become ils possessor and deman ded upon what terms Lati Zun would part Wilh it. This was exactly the re sult he wished and Wilh every appearance of sorrowful humility he assured her majesty it was not in his Power to part Vii hit. She Little piqued. It s your own and it was mine interrupted the Duke but to Day it has become the properly of of impatiently inquired the Queen. Of the marchioness de answered Lauzun Wilh a Low Bow. Where pleasure is the idol Ami Fri Volty the Pursuit it lakes by l ,1 trifling to create a sensation. This was the Case on the present occasion. The Queen despising this equivocation turned quickly from the now Triumph ant courtier and quilting the apartment abruptly Bike up the party. Enough however had been done to make the Fortune of Sebastian Erard. Next morning he was sent for to Var and pit sealed to her not Only ordered from him a new be but obtained from the King a for his ingenious Init Emels. Once honoured with the i de by All inc allurements of the French friends ins court could not forget the land of her birth cum the As she was Nutly called would often retire to the Solitude of her chamber to Call up Frorer oct ered the Depths of her memory scenes ild Hood and of Home. She Gale about her a Host of objects which to remind her of Austria. The pictures and sculptures which adore Natl her private apartment wet e All Germany. But one article was ing to make the collection com the Young Queen of France fron wan Plet was the Soor Wor me a proficient musician and Nelo Ilies of her native land loved but How could she give e9ect to them with the harmonious spinet then in her Chariker she resolved therefore to hav4 a harpsichord from Vienna and a magnify client instrument of in tone and elegant form Well in of a Rohnl residence replaced d soviet. I Nal it Sli Oulch be Dis placed to the Best advantage the Young n determined to give a concert at she commanded her instructor Gluck the celebrated composer to the new harpsichord was constructed to Sib Ermaun with his latest improvements and won the admiration amongst the guests a mythological group carved from a design by the sculptor Loudon whilst the profuse gilding was in Many places relieved by exquisite paintings by Boucher Greuze and Vanloo the most celebrated artists of the Day. Finally this Triumph of mechanical skill was placed in the apart ments of the marchioness of Millevoy who gave a concert which the Queen condescended to attend. The admiration lately excited by her majesty s new German harpsichord was now completely thr6wn into the Shade by that expressed for the instrument of native manufacture. The tones it gave out from under the skilful Fin composer unmerited obscurity the la Lens and in dus by of seb Risian Erard. The revolution had no other ill effect upon the latter than that if interrupting the operations of a manufactory which had rapidly grown in be the most considerable in Paris. Or Tinl respected by his fellow citizens was entrusted by them with them with a responsible municipal office. In executing it a part of his duly Lay in re straining As Rufh As possible the wholesale pillage that was going on in All the residences of the King and nobility. He had occasion to hasten to Versailles for that purpose and found the mos of the apartments had been already ransacked without those formerly occupied by the marchioness de Mil Leroy were on his arrival undergoing spoliation. The Piane Forte was 9-till rough hands Hod already been Lai l up on it. His threats and entreaties were for a Lime vain but when the villagers heard his name and the s Ory of the instrument they desisted. The piano was unanimously ceded to him and it is said that his ants still possess several interesting relics of the first piano Forte. Gers of Piccki the italian who was Olliie first to play upon it Blen Ding Wilh the Beautiful voice of the Princess de Polignac who he accompanied. The Queen herself was no less enchanted than the rest and unwitting la hastened on that Triumph which the malevolence of the Duke and marchioness had prompted them anticipate. Inquired the Queen of Lau Zun As she broke up a group of detractors of which he was the most Active live and sarcastic to whose skill Are we indebted for this charming instrument to that your majesty of a French Choly was no misfortune Couit patronage the Young Milisan s Early Dearns of ambition were speedily realized. Meantime a circumstance occurred which exercised an unfavourable influence Over the career of the Duke do Lauzun. Had of impair Vej Bis Fortune his with the marchioness de by no Means Rich Foi Sci was deferred ill an appointment which he cd to receive at the death of a re Hilive should become vacant. The command of the French guards had for a Long period been in the chiefs of the Duke s family and his Uncle the marshal do Biron hitherto h old the appointment. The died Atid Lauzun believed that As a matter of course besides succeeding to the Liue in Uncle left no he would be invested with the vacant and lucrative command. To his mortification How Ever he was disappointed and i Hough As he afterwards Learnt the influence of Marie Antoinette. From thai moment lie changed his Side in politics. 1 he first lowering of the revolutionary afle Wirds burst with such App Alung severity had already clouded the political horizon. He joined the opposition then headed by the Orleans wrote pamphlets against the composed epigrams against the satirized the in Short he performed an Active part towards exasperating the populace a Jia inst their hastening the deplorable crisis which Bat so fatal a termination. During the process of that terrible revolution to insane a pitch was popular indignation against the aristocracy that to be nobly born was considered a crime punishable with death. The King and Queen were Early victims their supporters and adherents followed. Lastly even that Section of the nobility who in the be ginning led the popular tumult were successively led to the scaffold. The Duke of Lauzun was one of the Earli est sacrifices of the popular he ended his career under the Guillo Tine leaving behind him the record of Only one meritorious even that was performed by Accident and out of rescuing rom new York Tri Bune has the following Mournful spec our Way from Philadel phia to this hop in that in the window an old piece of canvass Patt of a picture having upon it t in head of an of which was full of Small holes and very much obliterated with shh and age he Inq Birrd lie Price of which was is. The old Man not having the said i will pay you a shilling a week until i have paid you for in if you will save it apr Unis was agreed to. At length the Pic i Luro was i for and Man i Luisi Eneil to his Home with his j bargain lie was by some 1 his neighbors to have it varnished Chi Icid it to or. Do Lainey who then remixed in Southampton and now of no 32 Prince Street for that purpose. Instead of varnishing the picture or. De Lainey being struck by its Beauty restored it by a newly discovered process. After it u-33 Dune lie offered the old Man for the picture. Said he if it is Worth to you it is Worth j620 House. He seemed greatly Reli Veu to me to look or. De Lainey and truly thankful when several gentlemen hollered to Send him at once to her residence. We kno a not what be come of him. But think it scarcely pos sible that he should he living but who can picture either flip Joy or he adj Invof that meeting Between the widowed Mother and her wretched son coming from the Dungeon to her arms Only to be Laid somewhat More gently in the grave the excitement of the Hope of meeting her seemed to be All that kept him alive and it appeared scarcely possible that his feeble Frame could survive the excitement of the meeting men communicated with some Connors eurs in London who came and exam ined the painting. One of them commissioned him to Purchase it for him at any Price but strange to say that Al though he offered various sums until the amount of was offered for it the old Man still refused to part with Liis treasure nor is it expected that he Ever will dispose of it although he id in actual want. The painting is sup posed to be the finest copy in exis tence. Said an old coach Propri Etor in his last illness to a favorite whip who had been Long in his service Sammy i m going a very Long Jour Ney this a master y do Are but then you la find it All Down Hill i a Are Yon asked Jack of an acquaintance. To see an acquaintance to Seu a Well. I la go with you Foi i never saw one an Exchange paper Speaks of a couple of Young men who Shook thei fists ii the Sexton s face and thinks they will be quiet enough when he pays them his last visit. Quite likely1 god has made the whole Earth vocal with Sweet in travelled Forest echoes the notes of the wild Bird and the habitations of the feathered above All the human voice that Combiner the highest Charm of Sweet sound with he inspirations of Given for no Ordinary Pur poses of earthly pleasure. In its Whis pers of Ifie Lton How grateful in expression of How exalted for its soccer re trouble How dear for its participation in Joy How unspeakable the Golden Maxim of bib Matthew balk. A Sabbath Well spent brings a week of Content and health for the toils of to Morrow but a Sabbath profaned whatsoever May be gained is a certain forerunner of sorrow. Newspaper newspaper
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