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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 9 March 1850

k M 17. 1R I f! A N 1 10 H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. SI jFftmflg iUtospapcr-Drtottlf to JJolWca, afternturc, IWoraWts, jrottfrjn ana Domcstfc iictes, Acftnte anH the arts, sxarfculturr, ifHamts, Glmusements, Set, NEW SER1KS VOL. 3, NO. SO. 8UNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, .PA., SATURDAY, MARCH O, I8SO. OLD SERIES VOL. 10, NO. 24, l 1YJL JLli iL Ab JL XJ 1 JL . t i 1 TKUMS OP THE ANBRH AV THE AMERICAN1 li published every Setflrrtay at TWO P01.LAKS per.mmm to b paid half yearly in dviic, . HMr j.x.tiM A until all arrMraire. are paid. All eoinmunicati,.. or letter, oil limine., relating to th mee, t injure attention, mull o. rvrai r. ' TO CLUBS. Three eople. to one adore.., - SSOO even D Do WW fifteen Do Do " FIT. dollar, in advance will pay for thre year'. subscript tian to in American. Bouar of It lines, 3 time, try aubnequenl inwrtion, a Square, S month., Six nvmtha, On. year, Ba.inen Carrl. of Five llnea, per annum, Merchant,...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 9 March 1850

' .T sat toaeljington ypg. THIRTT-FinST lO!GRESS-ls eaele. Washington, March 8, 150. Mr. Foote rose to wake au explanation, which he premised with a notice that he hould, on Thursday, after the patch of Mr. Tebster,.ask the Senate to proceed to the organization of hie proposed meeting of thir teen member,' to settle all agitating ques lion.. After passing an eulogium opon Mr. a1 ihat portion of that Senator -.ii. tiA read that portion peech, In which he alluded to some amend montpf the constitution restoring to the South it. equilibrium a. necessary to the settlement of the question. He denied lhat euch an amendment would be indispensable to such ettlement. He had desired to settle these ...iintinir nncstions at once, and not to wait n amendment of the constitution for that purpose. He had thought that the strong ground of the South was. that she nsks tioth ing but what the constitution gives her but here was a proposition not to maintain what tha South has under the constitution as...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 9 March 1850

V",'"'',w-TWi in " "", SUNBURY AMERICAN AND S1IAM0K1N JOURNAL. CO. Wmi tmw. -"rfl arm , ...l. S. ,1T1 1 Uh'"" " V... Ovtrowd-JrArnin. Property, and SufftringamcmgfatnMtAtjtmer. icam Attacked by Mf t.onj, fe. fe. Nw Om. teb. S3, 1850.' Th steamship Atabahia has ust trried from thanes nl t hasten to lay her news, which is highly important, before you. She bring aixty-fie passengers and half a million in gold dust. - She also brings advices from San Francisco to the 16th of January, being two weeks later than our previous accounts. They were received at Panama by the steamship Oli to'ihia. ' The City of Sacramento has been over sowed by water. But few spots of land are Visible and the inhabitants are suffering ter Vibly from the dreadful and unheard-of Calamity. The loss by this unloosed for visitation is estimated at over one million of dollars. Immense herds of cattle and other property have been swept away. While this great flood, however, destroys a great deal of pro perty, it will...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 9 March 1850

r SUN BURY AMERICATST AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. f.. 9 Dlt'J.J'UPDEGIUFF; game sniul- - . From Ui American Fowl Breeder. ESrE!SEOF KEEPING FOWM. Theso aty considerably, on account of ex tra aWantagci which cannot b taken into consideration; and they also depend ""e. what on the variety or fowl kept, some- de criptions feeding more greedily than other. V append a atatement of expenses, which may he token aaa fair medium one by those who desire to ascertain the rate at which fowls mny be kept, under circumstances in dependent of any extra adfnntnge whatever. Mr. Howard B. Coffin, at Newton Corner) Mass., keeps above two hundred fowls, most ly of the breed known a the Chinese, none of them less than four months old. He has been very particular to ascertain the exact cost of keeping; and having to furnish all their food, his opportunity for calculation of expense has enabled him to note exactly the amount. 'This observation has extended over sufficient time to satisfy him that seventy five c...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 16 March 1850

4 : .... .fYf&r,tf "1 110 , H. B. MASSER, feblTOR AND PROPKIETOK i. v ; ; . office; MARKET STREET, opposite the post.office. 51 jTamflff sittospaper-DeboteJ to Jjolt't'fcs, atttraturr, ittoralCts, iTonffln ani DomesUt illtoS, Science antt the sirw, SCflrlcitlturr, UTarftet's, amusements, c. v KET.3fiIKS VOL. 3, NO. Si.' SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, TA., SATURDAY. MARCH 16, I S30. OLD SERIES VOL. 10, NO. 9ff4 .- ' - , 1.'. '' . . J ; f . -..- - ' . . 1. i . ' , A . M K 11 . 1 II II A A l I .;.. ' W II I. 1 .. II II II I II II W I ii-AK-XZ&i-X NFrs-'-tPtoTKi. A V H U ) A '-.-t.. ..ii ; a . i II . l .ay . . . mMm&t?m, IjiL l Y iL Jly JL 0 JL 7 1 SL yttM:S OF THE AMERICAN. TUB AMERICAN ii iwWiihcd every Saturday at TWO boLl-AHS per annum to ba paid h'f T""ry ,n "dvaaca, K, paper dinrontinued until all airtaniRra are paid. ,A eommanicationi or lettert on Jhi.ine re ating to tha ta buura attention, mail be POS t PAU. , , TO CLUBS. WeMon. addre- Sift5lr ' w i ' , 'n.00 pira ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 16 March 1850

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAM0R1N JOURNAL. leys and mountain of California and New Maxioo, and to put.upon it tlio saving 6raoe J f tha Wilmot proviso. (Laughter. t Returning to theiquealion of the admiwion of Texaa, be related hi own position theroon, quoting from Ms speeches' and acta, "to liowl that he had atwayi beeo fcpposcd to it--be-causa he knew that whoever possessed Text, it wauld be a elare territory, and he u mwtljinji to titend that institution. He had time and again exprwsed himself aa be ing strongly oppoaed to the introduction of any new tlave States, or the acquisition of alare territories. Upon that point he knew no change, in hie sentimenU at .the present )me. 'Sensation.! He had, Orf one occasion, he belieedr expressed himself against the acquisition of any more territory north south 'east, or west. lie had expressed his belief in , the Spartan maxim- "improve, adorn what you have seek no further." . But what was our present condition ? Texas had been admitted with a...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 16 March 1850

-- z SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKPTJOURNAL. JtftlVAL Or THE' GEORGIA A'" CITV. ji, LaUr fi Calltsrul' V Mail SlMtner t8rpt d at Ne York;tffFe two wk late dm "jib previously in"" J'w Orleans.' trrirad oil 8ti nily Major U ,'ono of lha f ef January He .idly teeading y: The '.. r ich have. beei1? nust hawJ)afiJ b"S which wli M "7 yet dill. flakea of geld - uayi DaitKe terday who haied n Sacramlol lo fromourofticag vasmng gold vt nff he week, iiccess, howevl trom the mou lt- mines were ci 'shS, On the lu tiell as i fork dtwtains tlhet wS5 to GoU la tor o. a. and arm ;ned to look believed th houiand persle ions of the I is said jone VT ' "ThJ ..decrease in Iho protj s exnaustion, but , "'guvror. Large, h '"., mere is room fori jnber, if ihey only v' re selling at comnarai J diggings. Flour-by thn ( ' VUIIU -c. Potatoes readily co No other vegelabl On the Middle and erienn miners' camps "en wim venison, selling i Sacramento , great reduction frorn'- ' hole' are being erectei been held in S...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 16 March 1850

saV sM 1 "svu; as. SUNBURY AMEltivN AND SirAMOKIN JOURNAL. V. svi THE PORTRAtT OF 801 RATE t r K. W. CMKRIOH. '"Ile wai 8 cool fellow, adding to hi hu mor a perfoot tamper, and a knowledge of hit man, be ha whom he might whom he talked With, which laid the companion open to certain defeat in any debate he Immode rately delighted. The yottng men are pro digiously fond of him, and invite him to their feasts, whither la goe fr conversation. He Can drink, too;' has the strongest head in Athens; and after leaving . the whole party under the table, goes away, as if nothing had happened to begin new dialogues with some body that is sober. In short, he was what our. country people call an old one." "Un- dej his hypocritical pretence of knowing no thing,, be attacks and brings down all the .finest speakers, all the fine philosophers. No boJpan refuse to talk with him, he is so honest, and teally curious to know; a man who whs raise., ..A pitiless disputant, who know nothing, but the bounds e...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 23 March 1850

en II. B. jNtSSfe, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. SI jFamUa ilciuspapcv-DcbottS to JJolftfcs, JLttttntitvr, iWoinlfty, iFoicfan nirt fcomcslfc SLcVoh, Science nnH the cuts, aarfciiUuvt, iWnrluts, amusements, EW 8EIIIKS VOL. , K .18 SttNBUUY, NOHTIIUMDEHl.AMl COl'l Y. 1A., BATLT.DAY, MAUCll 22, I830. OLD SERIES VOL. 10, NO. 30, 'rJS.' OFFICE, 1 no i 45 . a vi .ST5 nun I no TERMS OF THE AMIJtla. f 'HE AMERICAN ii published every Mnfa TWO I ARS per annum n l I"' ""' yinrlj1 wince, j..,,,...i,niit until AM. arrenrnitwi nn W eomrrmmeiiti'm" or Inters nn Imimiicm njlio tha to Innn attention- nmit I POX V PA 11 ' TO CLUBS,. ... to j addre-, ' F,r dollars In K-Wnnc. will pay for three yeai rip- io Ihe American. ,e Sonars of 18 lines. 3 lime, eiv subsequent insertion, i Sqtmre, 3 month., i months, rin ss'fctirtls of Five tines, prt ""h', ehants.nd others, a.lverttM,,, by the "..with the privilege of inserting .lif er W ATTORNEY AT LA BUNBTJRTT, PA. Business ....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 23 March 1850

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. U)a$l)ington- HZtvos. (CorrnpoiMleiKa of the Vhila. Lcdgsr. mOM H A8IIINOTOW. 1 Washihotoh, March, 17th 1850. We ehall approach the settlement of the great question now before the country, a little nearer in the conrte of the ensuing week. Mr. McClernand, of the House, will bring forward his compromise resolutions, which will substantially agree with those of Mr. Bell, of the Senate, with this difference only, that he confines the territory of Utah, inhabi ted by the Mormons, to a, much smaller space, and by that means enlarges that of New Mexico, which may afterwards be sub " divided into two or more States when they " shall have the requisite federal population. "The Northern limit of Texas and the South ' em limit of New Mexico and the Indian Ter ritory, would bo a lino drawn from El Paso ' to a parallel a little north of 34 deg. ThU ' would give Texas enough territory still for ' four Slates, which, when they shall have the , required feder...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 23 March 1850

SUNBU11Y AMERICAN AND S1IAM0K1N JOUHNAL. -er April nn,- , A certain lot of land situate in tha h of Northumberland, in Northumberland marked in lha plan of tald Borough lit, bounded Southwardly by Weatway, ardly by lot Ni III, Northwardly by treet and Etwrdly by an Alley. ALSOl - otilh half of tot No 111, ait uale aa follow 60 frat on Weatwar, 180 fret adjoining IIS, to the place of beginning togrtrtct ie building and iniptovcmcnta, riirlita, liber ivilegra and appurlanres. Seized taken in on and to be told aa the property of Alba ret. v ALSO rlrtue of certain Writa of few. Exponas, a Trart of Land, situate in Little Mahonoy ip, in twirl county, bounded by lands ' of im Reiti and Daniel Dortisicf, containing more p4t, whereon are erected a two if dwelling House and a losr Stable. Seized n execution and to aold as the property of in Peifer and Leah hi wife. ALSO: i irtain Tract of Land, a'tuatc In Lower y township, in aaid county, boumli-d by tiantango Creek, lands nf Adam Sir dr har...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 23 March 1850

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. - -r i-T---s t11 1 Till TYP ' u I MiiiJtJvAl1 J. i -V.VrECTKl I.I.Y inform llic citiren of ,- Vv Danville nnd the public at largts'thi't lie ha located in Danville, nrii) is Mom prepared to prac tice Medicine nnd Surgery in nil Hi varioti hran tries. He will operate on ell tli various form ef blindness, cro. eyes, cjnb- feet, harelip, cleft palate. 'and attend to the utraction of tumors, amputation of limbs, end nil other triifir1enl'tliJ dasc. Ilia collection of instruments romprisr II Instrument In tnmlem Surgery, of the latest improvement and firrcst ftrtisli. v lie flatters him elf that many yr-ara' practice and experience will tie sufficient guarantee to those who may feci disposed to emplipy him. liis residence is nearly opposite the Montiromc ry Jhiiiliiigt, and nevt door to Isaac lioscn laum'a store, in North Danville. Danville, Dee. 1, J(J19. ly. "Encourage Your Own!" IIAAS&I.ENN. FASHIONABLE MAKE OF .FURNITURE AND CHAIRS. '"THE su...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 30 March 1850

v ir (-." is" r V.- 4 J RICAN Nasser, editor and proprietor. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. a JFamUs ilcU)spipcr-Dcjotclf to JJolCUcs, aftcraturc, iHoraUtn, nun Domestic iletos, Scfcncc nit the arts, glftrftulturr, Itarluts, amusements, Scti SUNBURY, NORTIIUMBEULAND CUJNTY, TA., SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 18.10. OLD SERIES VOL. 10, NO. 27. i y AME oil iyU no. i. v. "".UP inJ at TWO r"J-Fj advance, rf,l"1'''v,id- . f r ," so oo It. yw'imlxcrlp- 100 S.ki 375 soo 8 00 , III .V.,,. 10 00 -&jj:r agreement. "SEE., WT LAW, 'fti. iht -Countie of i" 'fH Mill ( iiUHlli. 'Mr,.,, 4iianis, i' AH I, IK II &. Co. yi'.'iilad les w . n eg ins, 1TEY AT LAV" , 'ntlsvlllr, Sa. lttcnd 1o collections and all liuui entrusted to his care. B, ,B, BlU'A CAMERON .R&CAMEllON, RNEYS AT LAW OTTST Hy!'Pa., ilklll t'OHil to litigated cases, it mwiii in the liisiiitsciiiciit of isaeus desiring their services, may w ing gentlemen : 'THii.AiiKi.PinA. Isaac K. T.ivi, Ci.leon 0. Westm.tl. Fmieiii...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 30 March 1850

SUNBUIIY AMERICAN AND SHAMCKIN J0U11NAL. per blocks vrcre also Attached to one gold plate, which completed the upper aet; there were spiral springs which enabled the wearer to open and close his mouth with less danger of the teeth being displaced than without them. -' -'- The teeth were fastened to tho plate by platina pins, and not gold ones ; mentions that merely as n fact that he remembered. Witness showed the model of the Upper sur faces of the teeth, showing their length. Owing to an accident which happened to ono of the teeth it was necessary to have another made, which made it necessary for the witness and his assistant to work all night; before the Medical College opened we finished the teeth in season, and had just 30 minutes to spare. second despatch '. Examination of Dr. N.C.Keep resumed. When tho teeth were in the mouth he had just thirty minutes to get to the Medical Col lege ; we only cut cfl the natural teeth in the model to make it easier to get it out of the eand. W...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 30 March 1850

SUNHU11Y AMEKICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. Messrs bextoti akd foote. i The following scene In the Senate, be tween Messrs Cenlon and Foote on Tues day last, was most disgraceful to that body . MKFooteS conduct is inexcusable. A tcene also occurred in the House. Mr. Ring of New York charged the Speaker with altering the Journal. ' . Vr- Foote, after some remarks for tho pur pose of showing that tho objection by the Pater Scnatns to personalities was entirely in consistent with his own course and example, replied to the charge of cowardices follows: I am not much in tlie habit ofdealing in pcr 1 sonalilles, and never havo insinuated that the senator was cowardly. I never make al ' legations that I cannot prove. I feol bound now to say, that whon tho senator dares, in his place or elsewhere, to remove certain stains which clung to his cscutclien, nbont Which I know the history as well asany man ' in Christendom allusions to which ought to f oause his cheek to be suffused with the color of...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 30 March 1850

Cjovticultural. From tin NorrisUwru Heia'rl.) CIJI.TIVATIO OF FRI ITS GRAPES " kTRAWBERTIItCS. The Grape is now one of the most market able fruits that can be raised. It is easily cuUivated, requiring but litlle room and littlo labor, and besides its talue as a marketable product, supplies a most ngreeabl', cooling and refreshing articlo for family use. The foreign rarielies nr, as a general thing, much too fragile and delicate to justi fy any attempts to cultivate them, unless un der very peculiar circumstances; but. we have the Ellensborough, Catawba, and the Isabella all of which are native grapes, very hardy and prolific, and capable of rewarding almost any degree of care and attention that that tho cultivator may bo pleased to accord to them. We do not enumerate these be cause they comprise the whole list of grapes capable of withstanding the algid tempera lure of our climate, but simply because they are readily obtained, are generally well known aud highly esteemed. As to the ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 6 April 1850

i AMERICAN BURY II. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. CT JTamfly Jirtospapcr-Dctootrt to iJolftfcs, aftrraturc, iltotalftn, jFcrctrtft antt Domcsifc ilctos, Scfcncc an the nuts, aorlculturr, .fWarftcts, amusements, Vc. NEW SEKIES VOL. , NO. 5. SUXmJUY, NOUTIIUMHEKLAN I) COUNTY, PA., SAIt IIDAY APJ.1L C, I H.7. OLD SERIES VOL. lO, NO. 2 UNI TKKMS OF 'I'll K tkJII'.HM: .. kTHE AMERICAN In published every Saturday at TWO OLLAI19 per niiiim to he paid hnlf yenrly m advance, paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid. All commnilicBtion or letters on business relating to the !fic, to insure attention, must be TOST PAID. TO CLUBS. hm eonies to on address, 500 en 1). ho WW Fifteen Do Do 2000 Five dollars In advaiica will py for tares year', auhscrip li.a to the American. ton Bouare of IS lines, 3 times, ery aulisequent insertion, Square; 3 month., fctx months, &oineTCar(ls of Five lines, per annum, li no 126(1 51 H) 3 0(1 Mercnams ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 6 April 1850

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOTUN JOURNAL. room to do a tlii ig which we trlsh'tl to con ceal. Was it brought there to fasten" suspi cion on Dr. Webster? Whero is the rnimy of Dr. Webster who cnuU attempt uch a thing! Uo is an amiable man, and no such enmity has appeared. There are two ways of impeaching a witness. One is to bring counter-testimony to show his falsehood. That is fair, and can be met by corroborating testimony. But the counsel for the defence liave not taken that way to attack Mr. Little field, because they know that if they did, they weuld bg directly, like unskillful engi neers, hoisted by their own petard. No ; they have come forward in their argument and attacked his testimony as an improbable tory. , I shall reply to that by and by. I hall now do my part to vindicate Mr. Little field, and it shall be no fault of mine if he ufTer under the crnol imputations that have eome forth from the prisoner. If ho is vin dicated that is an end to tha defence of Dr. Webster. Ho g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 6 April 1850

SUNBUHY AMERICAN 'AND SHAMOKIN JOUKNAL. HEW ROTATIYlt PHINTIMO MACHINE. There ni an oxnibiilon. yesterJay, l Uio machine manufactory ofM. da Costai of a new rotative piihling machinB. . M. Balm, Of the Debars, M. Firtnln Didot, and several Of the first printer of Paris, were present and saw the I ha mnt-.hina work. It consists of a erici of lateral cylinders, end occupies litils more than half the spaco of the American machine with which the Patrie is prwttHi, costs less than half the money paid for that, and u free from the cords and tapes which ' to frequently throw that machine out of ac tion. ; The number of men employed for each of these new machines is only three. The printing is from stereotype, not from thr me tallic type, and the number of copies thrown off by one machine per hour, is '.5,000. Each cylinder carries a continuous sheet eqnul to 2,000 copies of a journal, and each copy i cut off by the machine and folded. The paper is not dnmped J the impression is superior to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 6 April 1850

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL. jWGctUnutouc. $KAtttr. WE ARB ALL COWARDS I THE DARK. A medical friond of onri who, Mine years ince, visited Farie under circumstances most favorable to an tntrt to a most interealitig circle that of the survivors and cidevant up porten of the "Empire" -tells a capital itory at he heard it related by the celebrated Gen eral Excelmnns, one of Napoleon' palliians. It was a dinner party, composed of the sur vivors of Waterloo, a few of their younger relative!", and the section or an ex-King, on a , visit from his home in America, and to w hom our friend owed bis introduction to the circle. Soma question arose about bravery, when the younff members of the company were electrified to hoar the venerable and heroic Exeelmans gravely and seriously declare that men were all cowards in the dark! The General smiled at their expressions of dissent remarked that it was "very like youth" and proceeded to tell the following anecdote in support of his strange ...

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