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COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT.! OTiVTmoS,
Elected at the various election Districts,in
Columbia county t upon Fridayjhe lth
of. March, 1805.
llloom. Justices, Tho.nas J Morris,
Johu M Cliembcrlin i Supervisors, M K
Apiuiiiati, Douglas Hugos, Juss6 Stian
non ; Constables, Jnoob S Mvans, James
;KHyor; Assessor, Thotnan J Morns;
! Judgo, Uuuj V llartman j School Direo-
'tors, I W Hartmaii, Jacob K Edgar
I Poor Overseen. Gordon 11 Ooff, Jesso
SfttuWla Morning, Mar.25,1065. Slaannou i Inspectors, Aaron Ifanderthot.
Eli' Barton; Auditor, Jacob K Edgr
Iknton. Justices, Isaac K Krickbautn;
S D Colo i Supervisors, Lltas
EDITED BY LEVI K TATE, PROrHIETOtl.
" OHr Oonatltntlon guard It ever!
Out glorious Unionhold, II dm I
Our tflarrr Dag foraakn It never I
Th proud Caucasian our only paert
BLOOM SB UR.G
TERMS OF THIS PAPERt
ao nn v I Constable.
2 50 ff paid strictly inadvdnc. .MoHcnry.S'air.ticl York ; l'oor Overseers
, ' Jao .b Woolovor, A A Kline ; Sebool Di-
m- Wu propose to publish in our next i rectors, J J Stiles, 3 yrs, J 0 Wonner,
nnrrfber, the P elition ami PapcrB In the ! 3 V" A A Kline, 1 year; Inspectors,
oa.o Of Daniel McIIenry, Eq , as pre. j Elias Shultz, William Apploman ; A-sess-
settled to tho U. S. SoutiXe, jut before the Pr oamuB1 11085 AU,mori 1 Ultr usc
lute adjournment of Congress. They will
iTrd inform ntloti both instructive and
interesting- upon the "Columbia County
Invasion" of 1801, and tha subsfqucnl
persecution and oppression of innocent and
worthy citizens-, all resulting from the
folly and malice of Weak and bare men
lu tho meantime we may mention, that
the statements of tho Harrisburg Tile
graph and Columbia County Republican,
that Mr. Mellenry's petition wus laid on
tho table on motion of Mr. Cow.in, and
that the petition was rejected or its author
rebuked by tho Seuatc, are absolutely and
entirely faUo, In regard, to Mr. Cowan
wo recollect a most indignant denuncia
tion by him of the Columbia County ar
rosti, published in the Globe a month or
two since, and" wo learn also that" ho mado
no motion whatever in this case nor was
there any hostile action by tho .S'en'atc.
The subject simply went over for' want of
Judge, J 11 Davis.
Beaver. Constable, John Hintorlitor ;
Judgc,Isaao Klingman ; Supervisors', Na
than Urcdbonner Houbon Hon; Inspectors,
S a then Lehr.O Rredbcnner ; Poor Ovcr-
sccrs,Cbarlc3 Miehael,Jacob Keller.bchool
Directors, Edmond Scholl, John lry;
Auditor, G P Dricsbach.
Briar Creek. Justice, John G Jacoby;
Judge, John N Smith ; Assessor, David,
Miller : Constable, Levi Sidlcr ; Poor
fig? Our .quota, is still 08 men. Tho
Draft from this District, it is thought, can
not be taken for some weeks h'oneo, in
oonjcqaanoo of tho machine not being in
readiness and the impossibility of getting
tho men to Troy,owiug to the destruction
ol Rail-Road'communication. Perhaps its
necessity may bo' entirely obviated.
53" Tub Flood, which has jut over
whelmed the country, has been ono of
unprecedented severity and very destruc
tive. Bloomburg csoaped Injury. But
tho farm and property below,in the point
of Fisbingcreek and the Susquohannali,
wero generally submerged and suffered
muob loss. The families residing on the
low-lands. bad to move out aud with great
difficulty saved their lives and their stock
Most of tho Bridges on the -West Branch
ore gone, Riil-lloads muob injured.
Com lunication has been generally sus
pended. In a word it was a terrible flood.
The loss of property is immeuso. Many
lives woro also lost.
CSTNext Democratic State Convention.
The State Central Committco.at their Lite
meeting in Harrisburg, settled upon Wed
nesdey, the 21st day of Juno nest, as the
day lor holding stlio Democratic State
Convention, and tho Hall of the House of
Representatives in HarrLburg as tho place.
The meeting of the Committee, wo learn,
was a full one, and the proceedings har
monious. Candidates for Auditor General
and Surveyor General aro to bo cleoted
Ounrjeera. Samuel Kelebncr, Jeremiah
Jacoby ; Supervisors, John Kisu:r. Jcre
0 Smith : School Directors, Isaao
B-iwcr, Jeremiah Jacoby i Auditor, Win
Lamon; Inspectors, Geo M.Lockard,Dan
Catatoiss. Constable, May berry G
Hufhc9 : Poor Overseers, Levi Kciler
Abel Thomas; School Directors, Solomon
D Hinard, Clinton Ellis; Supervisors
Moses llartman, Wm Sharploss; Judge
Samuel ii Dieuicr ; Inspectors, Nelson P
John, Solomon Holwig ; Assessor Cliu-
ton Ellis ; Auditor, 0 W McKeivy.
Uonynghaiii. J.usticc. John llowcls ;
Constables, James Barry; Poor Over
seers, Sylvester Hoffman,. William l'ifer ;
Supervisors, ltaubon Wasser, Patrick Don
eliy ;Sohool Dircctors,Frederick Flcetinan
John Bjdford ; Assessor, William Stettcr;
Judge, Stephen Monahen ; Inspectors, Wm
iI tloagland, Uermon Fohringcr ; Iroas
McCullum, Johu A Funston ; 6'ohool Di-I
rcrtors, James Kisnor, David Kisnor ;
Inspectors, 0 P Itunyan. A1 P Dsmott ;
Auditor, Jaoob A AVishor ; Town Clerk,
Mifjln, Constable, Peter J I.antz ; In
spectors, Henry Miller, A'amucl abwopp
cuhctscr ; Assessor, J icob Yoho, Super
visors, Iiaao Andreas, Peter Michael)
Poor Overseers, L'awis Eckrolh, Jo lift B
Yoho ;' School Dircct.ira' I K iSohwepp-
onh'clsor, M B Iloitlor ; Auditor, D H
Montgomery ; Judgo, iS'tepheu Diottorich
Mountpliasanl, Justices, Jacob Ship
man, Thomas J Wellivor ; Constable, John
Ahipman ; Poor Overseers A'amuel John
ion, 6'amuol Oman; Supervisors, William
J Ikelor, William Howell; Inspectors,
Joshua Harticl, Daniel MeOarty ; Asses
sor, 6'amuel Jacoby 6'chool Directors,
Peter Ilipnensteel, A J Ikeler ; Judge,
D U Appleinan ; Auditor, George Kra
Montour. Constable, tsaao 13 Yost ;
Supervisors. Johu Dietterioh, Lewis Boat;
Inspectors, Evan Wellivor Jsaac Mowcry ;
Assessor, Absalom Fry ; Poor Overseers,
Absalom Fry, John Laiby ; School Di
reotors, John B Weaver, Lewis Boat ;
Judge, Julin Digtterich ; Auditor, John G
Orange. Justico, Jamos B Haruian ;
Inspectors, Samu'.'l Zimmerman, William
Schylcr ; Coostable, Michaol 0 Keller ;
Assessor, John Snyder; Supervisors, Mi
ohael Iligenbuob, (Jeorge Svvigart; Poor
Overseers, Peter BjIIcs, Dauiel Kicff-ii ;
School Directors, Samuel Everett, Thom
as McIIenry ; Judge, William Bellas;
Auditor, Hiram It Kline ; Town Clerk,
A B Stewart.
Piie. Justice, John P Lore J Consta
ble, Adam Bobb ; Poor Overseers, John
F Fowler, Albert Hunter; School Direc-
la Andy Johnson Vico rroai- 1
In connection with tho rccoat beastly
exhibition of Andrew Johnson in the U.
H, Seuato, tho Manchostof (N. H ) Union
well sajs t
In this connection, it may bo proper to
say that JohnsonJ has "now no color of
right to tho position ho occupies, for Cot)'
gross rofuod to rVoognizo tho etat of
Tennessee as being in tho Union. Hint
stato voted for President aud Vico Prcsi
idont, to be suro, but tho olcotoral votu
was thrown out, and tho State loft m tho
same category as South Carolina, If it i
in tho Union, its votes should have been
received ; if out, JoIiihou has uo light to
tho position he holds.
General Scott on P'eacc.
The followiug lettct was addressed by
the veteran Gcnural Scon to the Com
mittec of Invitation to tho Now York ecl
ebration on tho 4th inst.
New Your, March 3.
Hon. C. P. Daly, Chairman. &c.
Dkak Sir, 1 regret, on accouut of
debility, I cannot take part in the graud
celebration of tomorrow, as I sincerely
rcjoieo in our vietqries over rebels, which,
with others impending, cannot lail soon to
bring back into the Uniou, on terms of
perjeti equality in rights an I duties, tho
outstanding States. Jlcoiprocal respect
'Tun!;; ..her reading the account of the fl gSjS'j ScllCIlli'S iY&iUllmk6
nil of ' '
.....Ub... . r
Johuson, says; This certainly must bo tho;
A t. Ill ., M 1 i
age o rum, ana n so, it wm tcry. iiuciy ... . ' T&ThWW Pf I
JNowloirs fins jrJLJUJiUj
end in a ruimige,
IST Hon Strange N. Palmer, a wol
I known and highly respected citizen of
J'ottsville, died in that hornugh on the Oth
Hist., in the 07th year ofhisase, Ho
was formerly nu Assooiato Judgo of tho
Schuylkill County Courts, and editor of
the PotlsvUte Emporium
tors, Henry Bichie, John F Fowler; Si
porvisors, James Masters, Jacob Christian;
Assessor, John Bruncr : Inspectors, J B
Cornclison, John Bruner ; Judgo, Benja
miu Winterstton ; Auditor, John W Hun
Roaring Qrceh. Constable, Ames Kei
for; Supervisors, Gcoigo Craig, Samuel
Houek; Inspectors, Daniel Gearhart, Ohas
Eek ; School Directors Philip Cool, Dun-
iel llarig; Assessor, James Keiffor ; Poor
urer. Josenh B Knittle : Town Clerk. S E Overseers, William Driosuacli, Uenjamin
Van Burcn; Auditor, Daniol Lsnihan. ; B.hm ;" Judge, Phinoas Thomas; Audi
Centre Constable, Charles II Diotcr- j tor, William Rhoadi, N. Dricsbaoh-tio
ich i Supervisors, Hbiiry DeLoiig, William voto.
Hoffman ; Poor Overseers, Jo.cph Pohe, , .S'Hg-.0''.--ConstabIe fJornolim Girton;
Samael Bower, Judge, H'jnry Hess ; lu ' Supervisor, Wm. J Hess, David Lewis ;
spectors, John W HofTman, Joseph E Poor Overseers, Jacob II Fritz, John W
Frederick ; Assessor, Samuel II Hutch-, Kile; Inspectors, Philip Hess, Itichard
inson; Auditor, Levi A Hutchinson. jllcss; Sohool Dircotors, John Liwis, Ahi
Fishing Cm.. Constable, Eli Hob- jab Fritz, Assosor, Josso Frilz; Judgo,
. VENDUE !
Valuable Personal Property.
WILL be exposed to sale, by Public
VomiIiic. nt the rntJoncc of th imJenl?ueJ
In Hiolt luwiulilp, L'ohinibla count)-, Pi., on
TIlUltSDAV, APRIL 13, 1805,
Tlio follonlnj detcrlbeil pcrional proi.srl)', vli :
A I'AHlOPYOUiXG AJULES
sis vum nouses.
SEIEHAL GOOD JrJlLCH I.Oll'S,
Ono Durham Bull, '
A LOT OF SHEEP AND LAMBS,
TWO UrOnri SOW. Tiff ftnrl Rhnnt. UVinnni. Pa-riarrt
and admiration havo already, by tho dint ! "jw- ff" "'''!. 1,1,,7,M,'ob-s1Ilcl1' 0 '"" ,r"isn.
,, , , . , .ii i ii. . i 1 lmv'' li"trnw, Cultivators . llarunJi, Ituzzy Rtapcr.
ol bald fighting, liCCU CStabllSUUU between ; Throlunu .Marliltii, llurie R,,k0l Panulng All'l, iiltli
,, . . r.l . ..l.. !..- I Xarilll llff tltntlKlU U(hHrnllv 'nnil
i in (f.i nnr. vnriinint ni ii n onno'.iiiiT urinit:s. i - " "
b rr - o
and this noble bcutiment gives tho hope :
that it may c'onquor the miserable hatred
so general between combatants Si-ceisi-1
onists aud Unionists. Thisjndeod, would
be tho great conq icsl of tho day. ,
I reicalu, with high respect yours truly,
Here arc woids of wisdom and patriot
ism. Gen. Scott wants to sco no subju
gated provinces in tho restored Union, but
tile outstanding States brought back "on
terms of peifoet equality.'' And it is "tl e
mis'erablo hatred between iloocombatants"
tho poliiici ihs on either side who origi
nally precipitated the country into civil
- .t ... . .. , . -r
war mai pruvuui-3 tuu icsiuuuuu i
Peace aud Union. Entrust General Seott ' f g
or General Grant, on our side, and Gen-
cial Leo, on the sido of the rebellion, with j NE MILCH COW,
the powers of Peace Commissioners, and !TlliPly-Five Hcflll ol JSll CCD.
.1.-1.1 I.. . V.,.,1, 1 1 ... , '
uiu uiuuuy cunuuvuiaj uunucu nunii uuu ; Two licai two i;orsf Wajons, Truck Wagon. Sprln
C... . ...... 1.1 l.n . n .JH.In .."... siuiau ii.uiiu.s,
NEWTON S PILLS.
NEWTON'S l'lt-LS. j
KCWTOS'S FILLS, j
NUWTON'S PILL. '
ComponJ f Ulshlr Cuneun'tratsJ Extiacti rtoni
ROOTS and HERBS.
it8 SSHTOMi, CAUiiK -AND ClJUH,
WI1UAT, COIl.V AND OATS BY THE BUSHEL,
IIotifMinlil una Kitchen furniture, contNiinj in part of
Cook Stoves, VVooJ Sliivi-, Urge Iron Kvtllt, Hinokeil
Meat, JSarrels, un:l Tobacco iy tha puiiiiil, trgetlier
Willi ii vnrlty of oilier nrlicli'i too tmliouf to mention.
C:ia to commence nt 1) n'c'ock. A. M... on rtlil Uny.
win-n attendance villi be siren and condition j b ruaj.
March SJ, IBM. u. IKA.M Uliiill. Auct'i.
Ofths Jr'let moitlcnl ratuo, prcpatJil from th
n.i.inni nrj.crlntlon of tha colebrnteJ Dr.
Newton, ami uasJ by him with BUch
roinarkablo iuccoh for twenty
yean In all parti of lh
are Mi in
fallible rtincily In alt
DISEASE OF TUG LIVER,
SI lift DKHAItUKMtltT OT TU
Yaluablo Porsonul Property
in Buck liorn, Culuiiibla county
Tb ES DA V, MA ft Cll 38 , 1805.
I Tiie following described pnrtonal property, vli!
j ue c.TpOiied (o sale, lv l'ulilio
'rmlui', nt tlm rraiili'iiee ol tiie undcrilcneil
bins ; Supervisors, Joseph Coleman,Thos.
Laudabach; School Directors, Benjamin
McIIenry, 2 years, Daniel Wonner; Poor
Overseers, Jacob Stoker, William Ikeler ;
Auditor, 'A J Kline; Assessor, IlUjjh
McBride ; Judgo, Jacob Weuuer; In
spectors, Jackson Ale, David Savage ;
Town Clerk, John Sullen.
Franklin. Inspectors, James Redder,
Joshua Mendenball ; Constablo, Thomas
Hower ; Supervisors Seth Hartman, Keu- The yicc president to be Remov
ben Kuittcr; Poor Overseers, Hamilton,
r. ni..i. ir. .1. t oi i r:
1- Viaiii, i u&uiiiiuii i uii , ouuuui ivucu- i
Andrew Hess ; Auditor, Win B Fcterman
ScoU. Justice, II G Creveling; Poor
Ovorseers. IL-nry Trembly, Win Higec
buoh; Iuspfctor1, Wm- M Ent, William
Chriatman ; Countable, A C Ncwhart ;
Assessor, .oseph liilloy; School Directors,
GW Creveling, Johu Neihart; .udgc,
James-Lake; Ahdjtor, A P Fouler, El
llartman tin voto ; Supervisors, lleuben
Culp, P D Keller.'
tors, Michael Mensoh, 2 years, Hiram J
Tho N. Y. Tribune, having tried' in
C- Capt. C. M. ManviMjE, Deputy
Provost M.ir"hal for the Thirteenth Con-gre.-Bionul
District, has boon removed from
office, by orders from Head Quarters.
Capt. William Silvers, Deputy Pro
vost Marshal, at Bloomsburg, has been
appointed his successor, in ofuco. We
might iiavo a worso man in the position
than Capt. Silvers-
tleedcr; Assessor, James Header ; Audi- to Lidl3 tb disgraceful "enc .at the
tor, JobnS McWilliam.; Judge, Dauiel '"""Sanou y -ouu.u.., oy l
Knittle, 30 votes, David Zorr, 30 voles. fcervinS tht 6',lo,,cc ' rc8aad to ,ho
OrrenuwI-JnMc,. Wilson M Eves. maU,:r for alm0S' a woek- Ca,Ue 0Ut J""
f P Smilh, flonstnhle. KoV.ert Masorovo: terdV with tl,C follwinB bathing article.
Jud2e, John Stalev. Supervisors, Aaron Sa's t'0 vinuously indignant Greely
Itoece, William Boat ; Assessor, Jacob F
AsD" Hon, John P. Hale, ex-Senator
from New Hampshire, ha-i been appointed
and confirmed as Minister to Spain.
This nomination has taken by surprise
some nf the particular personal friends of
.Mr. Lincoln, who have been systematically
prcsentrd by Mr. Hale for two years past.
Tbey say the surest way to the President's
favor is to oppoiie his policy and abuse his
Dieterich ; Inspectors, Dauiel Shannon,
'Samuel Bogart; Poor Overseers, ElUha
layman, Humphrey Parker ; School Di
rectors, John LQggott,U years, P Young
I year. Auditor, ,7 II Ikelor.
Hemlock. Justico, Thomas J Vander
slice ; Constable, Daniel Neihart ; Assess
or, Hugh D McBride; Jmige, Daniel Yo
cum ; Inspectors, llrjuben T Foulk, David
Armstrong; Supervisors, Thomas J Van;
dcrslico, Peter Workbeiser, Sr.; Po r
Overseors, James Boat, lleuben Bogart ,
School Directors, John iMoBejnolds, Ma
thias A Girton ; Auditor, Amos B llartman.
Jackson. Justleos, niram Baker.Fred-
ten days, on terms satisfactory to nine-
tcen-twenticths of the people of both sec
Vice President Johnson.
t'rotu the Pittsburg U.iutic, Republican.
Wo have hitherto refrained from com
menting upon the fact that the Vice Presi
dent di'graeed himself and tha nation by
appearing iu a state ol intoxication at the
timo of his induction into office and inflict-
U'llgnil, lcil, isleiull
Hay Hake, r.inninjr Siill, Trl(-rib i3dtt Cutter
l'luu t. Harrows. Cultivators, ic, Willi n treat varie
ly of luriuini; iitmHil,. ton ttdinus to mention.
H.ilo t. cninim-iiceat 10 o'llnck, A. M., on said day
uiien riitaiiiiasee will be civen and comlitiona mailo
know u by
Mlirili -.!. ISM. .11. 0 8 II O CM A K U II.
Notice in Partition.
Dt Minna: i,
HIS has received its name from a con-
ilant nauica or licknesi nt llie itouiacli, whlib
Estate of S.tmuel Smith, deceased.
"tMr. Andrew JoUnson, our new vice
President, is said to have been demented
by liquor when sworn into officj, and to
havo made a senseless and discreditable
harangue in conaequence. And it is re
ported ho has fallen into habits which
disqualify him for tho high position to
which he has been chosen.
Wo fervently hope that at least the lat
ter and woree half of this scandal will
prove untrue ; for, if it should not, the
country will bo subjected to the pain and
scaudal and Mr. Johnson to tho mortifi
cation insparable from hi czpulsion from
office, If ha has become a drunkark,and
does not promptly and thoroughly reform,
he certainly canuot remain Vice President
of tho United States ; and, if he has any
At aiiOrp.han' Court. held at
ol'aiu'l SluUll. I count v of Columbia, on '1 huri
decenicil, J day, February Oth,
On motion of M. I J.ickim, Kt .Hie Court grant a
rule dlri-cti-d to I'lilums tiiiiitli, 1 a.ic Sinilli. Jacob
Uinllh, Henry Smitn, Aaron timilh liilbut H. 1'anli-r
anul'.irli rum lii ifu, Ule Catnarine Smith, ilaui;h
Iim of baid decedent, John iVaukeBsnr arid hlenora.
Inn ile. l ite Kleuora Smllli. iluii;hler of the raid ilo
ci'ilcni. Andrew t'roll an 1 i.Hi.ibi ili, In. wire, lata
Illlzdhelli tfiiiilli d.uishtrr i.f in,, ili-cclcnl. Joiiah
lleiiiii-tl anil riiuriiut. Uii wife, 'i.lo Cliarlolt'- bniilli,
l.-iiiRlttur of tlio ileci-ileiit and Sainul H, fc'rnitii, all
children of said detedei t, and (lilberi 11. fowler,
fun rilian of V, ltiuln-r miiiiIi, u niiuur ou nnd only
iliild of Abr.'ilKim tiniilh deci'ased. who nn n ton ol
Ihu decrdi-ni. Iii-lrn and k-jjl reprntfiilativei ol" tho
aforeaiii Samuel Smllli. deceased.
Vou and en Ii of you,ar hereby requireil toboand ap.
pear, nt tiie next tc-riu uf our said l.'ouil to be held at
llloimubiirti. on the first .Monday of .May next and ac
ci'pl or r.- u" tin! Ileal Hit iw of said iln.eilcm at the
ap rai-ed valuation put upon it by the Inquest duly
returned, or show cause hy the sa.no should not be
Witnes Hi.- linn. Willam Hindi, President Judge ol
iKir said Uiphnn's Court, at Ulnomibiuf, the Uth day
of Tebrtwry A. 11. ItM. JbtiSU UOI.UMAlV,
Clurk O fi.
The parti -s inurcstel will take notice of the above
Hill.-. SAMUEL SNVDUR,
.Mnrth ','o .16l"5. biuRirr.
iv;i-. n ... i.i a l 1 ni
onim 11110 5 uu...u. ur..Bu.iBnningieBreBl iotiluatQ friod, he will be so
ilsacsftui, nuiiiiua iviiuuu
How Siioddv is Favohed On tho
18th of February, when the amended rev
enue bill was beforo tho Houo of ltepre
scntatives, the du'y on diamonds and jew
elry, was rediicrdjio Cvo per ennr. ad vol
orem. There are shoddy luxuries, and
are thercfoVo favored, whilo the duty on
printing paper is kept at snob a high fig
uro that none Is imported. Tho rich can
havo cheap diamonds and jewelry but the , , Jacob j Jobn g d
r.nn 1 M nftHA 1. lf!in hllAJ fl II fl 11 11 C
JWW. V, MW. " ' " 1 " " ' " " . r. . I r. . I TT tl
. c..., :..
, UU!C V15UI 0,
Hugh Shultz, Elisha Robbinj ; Inspectors
Mathias Bhone, Geo W Farver ; School
Directors, Absalom McIIenry, Asa Yorks ;
Poor Overseers, Iram Dorr, Hsnry Wag
ner ; Judgo, Abraham Manning 5 Auditor,
John Savage ; Town Olork, Silas W Mo
Heury. Locust. Justice, Beubcn Fabringer ;
Constablo, Solomon Fetterman ; Super
visors, John Kline, Daniol Leiby; Poor
Overseers, Daniel Stine, Daniel Beiler;
' School .Directors, Gora Ilower,
Helwi," ; Assessor, Gora Ilower ;
assured fiirtwith. The People may pity
as well as mourn his fall; but they cannot
In the mattrr of llicl
.. t.- i.... . .ii- I. i. 1 partition 01 inn iteai i i.hiouihiiii rs, 1 is nnu lor tin
... ufvi. ,110 uu.wio uiuuii.ti, 1 111 uiii.uu l.tlale
speech, not because we hoped thereby to
hide the unpleasant fact upon our readers,
or shiiuk from condemning the grievous
fault committed, but because we hoped
that a little delay would bring us some
mitigation of tho report, aud render the
transaction less disgraceful than was at
first stated. We have waited, however,in
vain; uud now that tho facts are beyond
dieputOjWe join with the Bepublican press
of 1I10 country iu telling the Vice President
that having utterly di-graced liimsclf,ub
jected his party to the keenest inortiDea
tion, and made his country a laughing
stock iu the eyes of tho world, tho least
reparation ho can make is to resign. Af
ter the exibition of himself, ho cannot
occupy that pluco any longer with honor
or credit. His good name is lost, and he
caunot regain it by holding on to a place
he has disgraced. If ho attempts to hold
on to it he wi 11 thereby show himself in
sensible to shame, and tlerefnre all the.
runro unfitted fur that high position.
But what if ho does uot resign? Then
lot him be impeached, or rcaohud is some
other way by the action of the Senato.
An Editor Drafted.
Morgan K. Wilis, Efq , ono of tho Ed
itors of the ''Herald atvl luce I'reis awl
Republican,'' is qmong tho drafted of
this borough. What change thoro will be
mado in tho conduct of our eontomporary
on this account wo have not heard. Y'hc
Herald and Republican is among the su-
LlVr.i: f'OMPL uyr,
L.VKll COMPLAIN I'.
LIVLlt U'Ml'LAi.V I',
attend., tha pain In Hie head. This headaclu U apt
to begin In tbo morning on waking from a doep sleep,
and when soma Irrcgulflty of die, has bicii commit-
cd en the Jay beforo, or sotuutims for several dajs
previous . At first there is a distressingly oppresslvn
ferlln: In the I'aadi which jraltii'ly nurjei Into a n
ts:i heavy patu lu tho teuiplea, frequently uttuu dod
by a isu.e of fullness aud leuderncss In ononyo.aud'
exleudini; ucroi-s the fonh.'ad. There Is a clammy,
uupieaiint tmt'i lulhemouth.au offctnlvobroatb.ini!
thj tontrue covered with a yollowish whilu fur. Th
siilfercdrsirus to bj toU9 in a dark rootu. As suua.
as lue pnticat fells the fullncsi in the luad und paiu
in l!io templet, take a laro doiu ofdehiuk's .Muudraku
por ''loyal" of iho devotoes of Father A
braham, and its drafted editor will not
think of applying for exemption or putting
in a aubtituto II j wi'l. as a ivntter of
r, nt ni 11 i . 'Jonas Fabringer; Auditor, David Yoa
Bfaf Gea McCltllan is in Piritf, stop- 0
ping at tho Hotol do I'Fmpiro, but is soon &0T' .
to leave lor Home, He breakfasted at' M'ine. -3 aWiWm T Shu.nan ;
Ciaremont, whilo in England, with tho Constablo, Rudolph Shunian; Suporvis-
entire Louis Phillippo family, consisting ' Jo11" M Nusa' JosoPh ostcllerj
of twencytwo persons, and was also iovit 5cU0l Directors.John T 5hcman,3 years,
cd to the house of tho Prince of Wales.- Jo!CPh GeiRer. 8 ears' Assessor, none
At Pari, his time was oouniod in sMit. returned. Poor Overseers.Harman G John
t 1 t ... .. .I "i rtt
MoOLEttAN, who is in JJ'niei iuss; nuuuor, ueorgo oouman;
Judge, Daniel iMsuor ; inspectors, Damol
Shuman, Joseph Hartsell.
U. 8. Senator. John P. Stockton, Madison. Judg0) Wesly Demott A.
was eleotcil United Slates Senator by the lessor, D A Watson ', Constablo, William
Jjf-iitslaturo or New Jersey ,on Wednesday MoNinob Supervisors, Isaao Wagner,
1 rP . Tl r . 1
tlOUU ittauicr, 1 nor wvercucri, xiugu
eetiug with Mrs
Eutopo lor tbo first lime.
"gallant brigade" and go with the stately
step of tho warier to help to put down
this ''accursed rebellion."
abide a drunkark in his presonthigh posi j cd'X, we fay, don the tun blue of the
--- .i. 1 ,.,
tiST" The rress grows indignant because
three negro men wero ejected from tho
Walnut street passonger oars, a fowdays
ago. In a grand philippic, the event calls
forth; wo find these sentences :
"The inoonsistenoy of the Republic has
been from its beg'iuning tho derision of the
That's downright "disloyalty, "to speak
ill of the Republic Again:
'Colored men must have their rights,or
white men must Buffer from tho wrongs
This threatens a negro rebellion, and
savors of a servile war in tho future Put
On Thursday, the 2Ud of Maroh, 1805,
by the Rev, J. W. Lecher, at tho House
of the bride's Father, in Bnekhnrn, Mr,
NniiEMiAU Reeck and Miss. Maiitiia
SiioEMAicch, all uf Hemlock township,
Oil the llth inst., by tho Rev, William
J. Eyer, Mr. GnonaB l' Flinkinger, of
Bouvcr valley.to Miss. lltniECOA MiLLim
(Skylight Picture Gallery.
'PHE undersigned respectfully informs
B the ntiii'iis of Uloonuburi; and Hie nublii- erne.
rally. Hut he has suereeded .Mr.iiosenstnrk in Hie Pliu
loyinph and ll.ie.ui-rri'un buslnciis, at the well known
Sky-Lieut Stan '. iu ihu bxchaiijre niockovcrc!t(.linrr's
Sioru, to whRli linhaa mliL-d a full Cauirra and iin.
proved nmtorlul. by which ho promises to uti tile
ic-aleil or ctanilili;. that have yet been produced in
lliix section of Country.
This Iving th- oniv esublishiuent or tlm kind In
lllu'iiushurg uuu llaviuit been tilled up at heavy cx
peusi. it may I e considered a first clas LIKU.N'Urtd
SH.oilV, Groups or 11 fin j 1 picture t.ik-n at any time
Iin solicits the public custom and trusts lie will be
able to rnidi-r rruiieral fall. faction.
i- ALIIU.M8 AMI 1'II.TI 11C I'ltAMES, of al
kinds, coust iiilty on hand and lor sain cheap.
llloom.buif, .Marches 1J05
Pill.' and in an hour or two they Bill fool as wallas
CAPITAL AXI) SlTiTrLlFs, - - $159,000
Plod; not called in, jvi.OOO
Hilla recflvublB, ..... 49.UUU
U. f. S--0 llniids, 85 000
Tempornrv and call loans, . ; ri.uot)
11,3 cbire Wjoiiiiiii; lUnk Stork, i,l-0
i shines 1'irst National Hank st IVilks-Harrr, 5.000
;n fliiucs Si'cond .National iiaukat IVilkcs-Uarre. 7,iun
4ii shares llkes-llarre Umlce Stock, . . it 580
Iti-al Estate ,S1'J
Juilciii.-nt., . ioi
Iim- Ironi .;-nti and others, . 7, ill
Cash In hand and in liank J.tlJ
fi. M. UOLLKNIIACIv,
11 11 I.M OK.
L. D. RIIOEM AKER.
II. M HOYT,
Wm. S. ItOHS,
O Al IIAI'.DI.Vn.
, M IIOLI.KM1AI K. I'rcsldmt.
L. I). SHOEMAKER, Vies Pres'l.
t. C. SMITH, Set r.tTARt. ,
F. IlltliWN, Ae nt,
March S3, 1FC5. Ulonuibburil, Pa,
The well known Dr. Warren, of Una
ton sas of these Pills, "They have tho
Guest effect Upon the Liver and digeativu
organs of any ihcdibitio in the world, and
aro the most perfvet purgative which has
ever yet been made by anybody, Their
effects have abundantly fhowu to the
community how much they ex,:ol the Or
dinary modiciuos in Use. They are safe
and pleasant to take, bdt powerful to cure.
Their penetrating properties stimulate the
vital activities of tho body remove the ob
structions of its organs, purify the blood,
aud expel diseaee. Thuy purge out tho
foul humors which breed aud grow dis
tempers, stimulate eltiggMi or disordered
organs into their natural action, and im
part a healthy tone with strength to the
whole system. Not only do they oure the
overy day complaints of everybody, but
also formidable and dangerous diseases
Whilo they produoe powerful effects they
aro at the same timo, iu diminished do.-es,
the safest and best physic that can be em
ployed for cbildreu, aud being purely veg
etable are freo from auy risk or harm.
The most remarkable feature of these
pills is tho perfection with which they act
in oxtreuielj dissimilar ehronio diieases.
The samo doses euro Diarrhoo 1 or Dys
pepsia, in cither cao restoring tho organs
to a-healthy and natural condition, which
cannot be iaid of any other mediciue in
They create pure blood and temove all
impurities' from the system, houoo aro a
positive ouro for
MERCURIAL DISEASES, '
ever. This haa bueu tried by thouiands, audi, nlwny.
sure to cure, nn l idstenl of tho sick ujadache coining
on overy week or ten days, thoy will not be troubled
with it ouse in throe mmlbs
Bcheuk's .Mandrake Pills aro composed oft numb-r
of root besides Podopliinin, or concentrated .Mandrake.
all of which tend to relax thj sec rations of till Href
and act moro prompt than blua pills or mercury, ami
wi'hout Iciving any dari;erous offsets.
In a billions
Fa limbic Keal Estate
ITANNAH TOWNSEND, Adminis
of Mainvillo, Pa.
0,1 1 ,, ., . . A I. trains-) 01 jnnn lown.inn, lata nr .Yiamsnn
II the saum UayJJy tllO Samo Mr. ADAM; Columbia county, dee'd., offers fur tie, a certain
Alensob, ql l.neiiat Towiifhip, to Miss, ""f "na
bAUAIl 11.LIZAHETII LlA'A.V. o llotirintr
tiug arms into tho hands of tho negroes is ; orL.fk towuship Col. Co.,
done, no doubt to enable mem to lUmanu
"tlleif rights, aud iuflict tbo "wrongs"
parson tliev will show tuemsjlyus by tho stools. Tiny
will expel worms, mucur, bile and ull morbid niattff
from the system. In sick ruiilache, if they are taken'
as direetcJ nbovn, (a full dose as soon as they foci Hi a
first symptoms nfu Dr Schenck will and has dicetoil
his agents to nturn the in oncy if iby da nut jlvu per
If a person has Lean compellod to Hay nut late at
night, nr drlnj too much wine, by taking a dose uf
pills on gol'm to bed, nsxt inornin; hj will faa as lli.i'
tho liadnbt Ularik n drop, unless ha forgots to go to
bi d at all.
They only cost !.! cents a bo;
Whoevortakosthem wlllnovcr use any otbf, Thoy
ate wortltadeilar to asick
man for every contih'i
which "whith men will suffor."
In the hour of madness tho Press has
let the Cat out of tho bag. If the negro ii
tralrlr of JnhnTmvrutn,,, lata of Mailiaon twp.,
.n.nif ,Uaii ..rrr r.i. .i f.. J
.VI mm niUfl
TH ACT OF LAND.
adjoininz lands of Joseph Ilcllrt-. John Reich'arct. Den.
jamln Mcricle.llr.Wni.il. .MclteynolJs, aud othen,
mostly cleared, nn l in a com! state of cultivation, mi
whlih is i-ri'cto l a good 1'UAnE ir0Url'. AND HANK
DARN. U'AUO.V HOUdu, aud other outbuildings
niAcr of wood land,
In 6'ugarloaf township, Columbia coun
ty, ou the 10th of Fohuary, 1805. Mr.
U'n.rriii Tr it v n,.,l f.t r. 1.. adlolnlnir lands ol Robi-rt MILrr Jnh-i Christian. John
nnl rinnnnrUrl rtiinl rt.sl.U WI, ,U ,Un " ' J-J '' llnider.hot, ana other, cnutiln nu
, .,.,. ... ,,., a!
men ue win ugut lor tnom. xuis is tiie'
plain English of the matter.
In Fishingcreek ou the 10 h inst., Da
vid iSTUCKim, aired 50 vtti 4 monlhs
I nnd 10 days,
E7"Aay infnrniailou iu irg.ir-l to the above property
an bo ha A by applying lu Iho undersigned,
Madt.cn. Psbrvary U, l$AS. ,
tSf Prioo One Dollar p.-i Rex, Trado
supplied, or sent by Mail, pot paid, to
oy part of tho United States or Oana-
das ou reooipt of price by
II. S. It O'A'K & Co Sola Agents.
43 Liberty Street. New Yoik.
Agents rim Ri.onM8Biinn
Eyer Moijer,John, A', Girton, A, 'ler.
w liger, E, I. Luis.
March SB, 1605 0 wo,
IJun'l forget tin nanu-SCHENCK'3 .MANDATE
i Bnld wholesale and retail at Dr.achen'ek'sPrinelgay
Office, No. 15. North Uth Street, reiladclphla, and by
Prucglsts and Btorekocpcra generally,
Price for Pulmonic Hyrup, t'cawood Toalc. lack 81 S!
per buttle. $7 SO the half do ten, or tivo-lotilcs tfiyr.
rup and one of Tonic (nr 17 75,
Dr. Uchorick willt'i at bis offim, No. 13 North Fx.
riiiladelphh, every fat unlay to sc patients. Do
makes no charge for advice, but for t thorough ejaiu.
inatiun of tho lungs with his Co plromder. hochiifgi-a
Mjrvh IH, HlJ,