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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 24, 1863, Lebanon, PennsylvaniaBizio Otom �mk0ipis3 Cus. Be a mab a oem _ to ,editor and Fri to Lebanon a. Wednesday june 24, 1883. Quot the preservation of the restoration of the Union. And the supremacy of the Laws. Democratic state ticket. For governor Gio. W. Woodward of Luzerne. A a for judge of the supreme court Walter ii. Lowrie. Of Allegheny. Election on tuesday Oeta Bor 13th, 1868. Judge Peak Sony a charge. 1 a ibo not misunderstand to on this flab Jet men have the most unlimited right by. ,t0. Condemn and please rail at the , and Objet to Tho Monnerie Wei Clit conducts Public affairs but not to Decrv the government under which we live or express Hopee or wishes for a dissolution of the Union the destruction or defeat of our armies the Success of the rebels or of the rebellion. The. Administration he May entirely condemn the government i a bound to support parties will always exist in every Rree country and whether men will sustain or oppose a particular admin strap on. Is one in which there Ehe uld Ever he the most perfect Freedom of opinion but no Man or set of men Bas any right natural or poll float the overturn the government itself. He is bound to support and sustain it let Whir will administer its affairs until the ruler can be changed under the provisions of . There certainly can he no difficulty with persons of Ordinary intelligence jag the distinction Between sustaining the government itself and sustaining or opposing those who temporarily administer its affairs the a a a latter is a question of party the form a or of no those who tie nominees Oribe democratic convention. Few and moreover the expectation would to Moro sensible. For in stance in hew York the democrats Are in an overwhelming majority As was shown in the election of governor Seymour. Honce let the abolition minority join the great party of the Union and in that state and the object of a who party via accomplished. In hew Jersey ditto. Vide election of gov. Parker. In penh Sylvan a last fall we whipped them out of their boots and hence they should All join the democratic clubs at once if they Are sincere in their a no party cries. When they whip us again in Pennsylvania we shall probably then follow their commendable exp Milo and join their a onion inter Alia As the Law has it we would confidentially advice them to make haste to join the democrats for there is such a thrashing in store for the abolitionists this fall at the ballot boxes the like of which is not in the remembrance of the oldest inhabitant. In Ohio the democrats had about 20,000, majority last fall. Let the minority yield. 5 in Illinois 18,000 or 20,000. In Indiana 8,000 to 10,000. A we feel confident that in the great a states of hew York Pennsylvania hew Jersey Ohio Illinois and Indiana the democracy have to Day a majority of at least 200,000 votes and we submit if or the Sake of Union the great minority of abolition a a Loyal leaguer so a ought not to give up their party organization in a body a l and join the democratic clubs As thousands of them arc doing individually daily. The democratic slate convention. The Hon. George w. Woodward nominated for governor. Hon. Walter Lowrie for supreme judge. The result of the recent democratic state convention has produced an enthusiasm in the rank s of the democracy that has rarely if Ever been equalled in the history of the democratic party. The nominations made by that body Are hailed with Trio greatest satisfaction and Delight j and from the manner in which they were received by the people who had crowded to Harrisburg from All parts of the stale there is to doubt that the same feeling Caxton is throughout the length and breadth of the Commonwealth. A George w Woodward he Jenomi Nee his governor is widely known in this common wealth. Iio Raitt or Csc. Ent one of the judges of the supreme court of pm Sylvania to which High and exalted posit it a he was elected by a Large majority he is a Democrat without a blemish tips in Bis p o a tical record and has Riever wave red in his Devotion to the Greath Petrine of state rights and strict 6dtistuu-Al construction. He a a unyielding in his attachment to the Freedom of speech the Liberty of the press and the rights of All the citizens under . As a lawyer and a Jurist he stands id the fron t rank of his profession. His learning his ability his pure and blameless life his sound and orthodox demo Cracy and the Many estimable qualities which endear him to All who know him Mako him a candidate who must command the entire support of the democratic organization and win the respect and admiration of every True Friend of the Union , and the Laws. He did not seek the proud position which has been conferred upon him by . It sought him unsolicited by a single word or action of. His own. The news of the nomination came to As if it had fallen upon the humblest citizen in the state and his bearing from this time until the is Over crowned As we believe it will be with Success Wyvill prove him to be. A candidate in every Way worthy of the party which selected ,its Standard bearer in the most critical and important period of its history the selection by acclamation of Walter it. Lowrie As the democratic nominee for the supreme Bench was equally proper and Parr Otic. Judge Lowrie was elected to the Bench in 1851, and Ever by Nehis occupancy of that position to has shown himself to be a True Man and a consummate Jurist. His private life is irreproachable and his Public ser vices have All indicated ability and patriotism of the highest order. Long before assembled it Wab conceded that the nomination was due him and that the democratic part could not perform a nobler action than to cont Nuet him in the High office be has filled with to much dignity and ability. The announcement of his nomination although expected occasioned the most Heartfelt satisfaction and the intense pleasure it produced was an Earnest tribute to the commanding talents and acknowledged Worth of a tried and faithful Public such candidates the democratic party cannot fail Towin a glorious Triumph. They would prove a Tower of strength to any organization hot Only the principles they believe in but the men themselves must command the serious a Atten Bon of Ever honest the age.1 a an abolitionist crowded himself into a crowd of democrats last week at Harrisburg during the democratic convention and attempted a three cheers for to was put out quicker than he came in with some sore spots about Bis person. Another attempted in the Capitol where was sitting to give a three groans for gen he was also pretty roughly handled. The Scains set on by to do tbsp things and then their papers say a there was vociferbus1 cheering for Jeff. Davis &e., at democratic we Are free to assert that All the cheering been clone in the Horth tor Jeff Davis Wak by abolitionists Quot sometimes they Are sincere but generally they do it for the purpose of throwing infamy upon the democracy. A. Resolutions amp a &c., Harrisburg june 17.�? we called together by Hon. Of w. Hughes chairman of the state Central committee who announced that he was ready to receive a motion for amp preliminary organization. Or. Richards of Pittsburg moved that or. R. Bruce Petriken act As temporary chairman. Or. John Campbell of Philadelphia moved to Amend the motion by striking out the name of r. B. Petriken and inserting the name of George w. Neb Inger. Or. Noon of Cambria moved to Amend. The amendment by striking out the name of George w. A a bigger and inserting that of William , of Cambria. A Quot the amendment to Tho amendment was not agreed to. A. The ques Tion then recurred on the amendment naming George w. Nebinger. Of the question the. Yeas and nays wore demanded. At the suggestion of or. Hughes or. John c. Barr was called on tract temporarily As Secre tar Yand the list of delegates , was adopted for the purpose of this vote. The yeas 75, nays 50. So the amendment naming George we a Nebinger was adopted. The original motion As amended was adopted and or. Nebinger was chosen As temporary chairman. Messes. Petriken and Kettle were name to conduct or. Nebinger to the chair. A. Or. Nebinger on taking Tho chair said a gentlemen of the democratic convention i thank you kind by for the High Honor you. Have been pleased to Confer upon me and i shall Endeavor to the bestow my ability to discharge the temporary duties imposed upon me to your entire a. A her. . Cassidy of bit Adelphin. Moved that or. Barr act As Secretary until the permanent organization of . The motion was agreed to. A Delegate moved that the printed list of Del negates be called Over and that where there were no objections the delegates there named he Coli. Side red entitled to s�ats.1 i. In Lamerton of Clarion moved to Amend by adding a and that to Edelena tes objected to hand in their cre d�ntial�.�?�. The amendment was acre part and the met on As modified was adopted. A the heft of delegates As corrected is a Fol lows senatorial delegates. 1st District Philadelphia a e a Murloy. Cimias l Polf l c Cassidy Albert r Schofield. 2 Chester and Delaware Chab d Manley. 3 Montgomery John a Martin. 4 Bucks Paul Applebach. 5 Lehigh and Hatter. 5 Berks Jere Ilag Enmon. 7 Schuylkill a de 11 Kef 8 Carbou Monroe Pike and Wayne Phimeas arnold.9 Bradford Husu Elynna Wyoming and Sullivan a we Kingsbury. 10, i Lynnum. 11 Tioga Potter i Kean oud Warrens Mortimer f Elliot. 12 Clinto Rij Lyco Mongi Centre and Union or tames Brit Ilcken. 13 Snyder Northumberland Montour and Columbia a Isaac i Baker. .14 Cumberland Perry Jun Jota and Mifflin or e d Crawford. A a a a 15 Dauphin and Lebanon hmm i Realin. To inn casters t e Hiester do a Lunray Carpenter 17 a York or John Ahl. A 18 Adams. Frankly and Fulton by w g Stela. 19 Gomerac. and Huntington a Brucene talk end. 20 Blair. Cambria and Clearfield Wii Ham Kettell 21 Juliana and Armstrong a b Sanborn. �?~22 Kayette Wesley Frost. .>2d Washington and Greene a Gerard 24 aug Guy Nve a h m ice. .7 e holy. 25. Beaver and Butler Samuel b at Lou. 26 Lawrence. Mercer and Venango a s moms. 27 Eric and Crawford it acid Nam amp a. A -28 Forest and Elk or c b Earley. Representative Bele Izates. Adams George King. Allegheny James m ill chords. A j Baker Leo. S a Quaid. Hugh m Afee. Armstrong and a m Bullough. John George. E. C l Lechty. Reaver and Lawrence David Tidball e b dough my. A a bold it Rdv Job Monn j it dui Kluson. A a a. Berks Adam in Kauffman. K h Maule Rhabb. Win limes. Traugh. Bradford a k a toll. J a pc rce. �?1\�. It Morns on. Butl a a same Fel marshals p or vice cd Marl Ftp a j no in. Carbon and Lehigh Jacob kid Ryan i it a Runac Man. Centre John c Hoover. Chester Chas c Moore join 11 Bouton or John a Monseu. Clarion and Forest a l Lamberton. Clearfield Jefferson Mckean and Elk Renne by last House of representatives so fas App Tiea ble were adopted for Tho Gor erbium to of Tho cop a. Mention. I 1 or. Johnson then moved that Jen the con a mention adjourns it be to meet Takwoo clock . T the motion was agreed to. 1 or. Heister moved that the Cohen ton now appoint a committee on Resolution or Johnson opposed the prop Oslon of or. Heister. I or. Sansom or. Heister Baving withdrawn his motion for the purpose moved tit the contested sea is be now considered by the univ option each of the contestants being a showed m minutes to presen this claims. A Delegate moved to Amend by providing that each of the contested seats be refer a to a spec s Cial committee consisting of the Date ates from j the District in which the contest Arie a or in my Ray noved that Ibe now adjourn. Y. The motion was agreed to and the Convent Tion adjourned till 2 p. M r afternoon session / / re assembled i 2 o clock . It the committee of permanent b Gamza Tion through chairman or arid Plutner made the fou owing report a a president of the Findley Patterson of Wash a Etc a county. Vice presidents. That we heartily thank the lion hearted democracy of Ohio for the Manly vindication they have Given to c t. A Tea. Pm i j a stir. Rana Alexander s. Pc a Bru makers. Or o. I. In b. F. Kelley. Jamese Diau we. J. Grans Adam w. 1 it Uffia . Dewees Jacob Leise p. Arnorf or d. S. Co Geo. J. O. Landing Itic Bard it Johnm. Laller Henry a. Miles White. Or John a John t. Hoover a aug. Dunce . Mitchell ,.dicffi Charles d. Manly or a. G met Quad . Moore . 11 j. A. Mccullough Samuel John George David Tiibi Jonathan s. Green c. L. Leber Jonathan Gar rare c. R Earley secretaries. F in. Hutchinson of Allegheny. Charles Leverett Wolf of fila Delphi. J. Simpson Africa of u urn Ingdor. We. ,6ferie. . Stine of Adams. 1 j. C. Darr of a Etheny. 15. S m Hill of Luzern. Mewen per Owen Laughlin. I door keepers Sebastian lieder John Conner. Or. Patterson was conducted to the chair by or. Galbraith and judge Hepburn and on taking Tho chair said d gen ohm amp i of my Hui overflows with gratitude for this Mark of your part lit to be selected to preside Over the deliberations Iff the chosen representatives of the democracy of the Pennsylvania is truly an Honor and for i Ful. Follow delegates never never All co the organization of our glorious old common Natty have the actions of any deliberate body been looked in with More anxious solicitude than those o f this co mention. To t state of i feel great Ili Savov sort pro pc expressed ins wish to a yet through with the rebels in the South in order to suppress thou copperheads in the he reported himself in Pennsylvania last week As having j Teterich. A do a Cut through fifteen thousand rebels with the loss of Only two thousand men. Since then a Maryland regiment of the general a troops has turned up at harpers ferry who report general left them behind and that they did not Seo a seventeen Hundred More of the generals troops have since arrived at Bedford in safety who Aro known to be a part of the a two thousand killed and after these great seats Genera Mii Iroy will no doubt speedily attack the copperheads a while the rebels have but one Bragd our Genei als Are nearly All Braggs. A elect Standard bearer for the Demaura y at any time is an important work but now when the. Sized world in looking to the sic comb am Tho democratic party to restore our i a Preisch and bleeding country to its once peaceful an Happy state it is truly a work of vast importance c to l Trust we Bali engage in it As it. Becomes Iba n Irene natives of a Groat and wot people for truly s cd Are those that we Are bore to represent. You Oro a a aware that Harmony order and Digo Ity Art essential y necessary on tie. Part of a deliberate body to Givi weight and character to its proceedings. I Trust an Hope then that we will d discharge the important to pc confided to us with an Eye single to the salvation a Prosperity of the democratic party which is Trul Jime cause of our country to and thut too with such Harmony and unanimity of action that will convince tet who be people thut we Are determined to save Tho Chantry. Let our motto be let the old of Fig spangled Banner in All its part and fullness to Othir Emblem and Victory glorious Victory will Crown Nir Gam thank you Lor your kindness a or. F. W. Hughes Oft erod tho1 for own do Foo Lution which was adopted i resolved that a committee on resolutions sell be selected in the same manner As Tho committee on per Manemit Organ nation. And that pm resolutions of erect in this convention pertaining to platform shall Irro. Furred to the committee upon resolutions without debate and that said committee shall Hare Power it select their chairman. A a a i after a recess of ten mingles the of lowing were reported As the committee on Regolin Titus t 1. . Kamerly o. It. Irwin lcwi3 0. Cassidy John Conner. 2. John h Brin ton. 8. Henry Mcquien. 4. O a James. 6. Philip Johnson. 6. Win. Hems. Francis w Hughes. Thos j Hamm. Y a amp Loliet. A s s we Chester a .11 Brown. Quot. C a a Tver i Mac d Ueck a Samuel 11 Uhuru Tom m by Ehrp l Ilam scr Henry Carpenter baud Beau the rebel raid. The const tuition rag inet Trio great Crimo Coil Stafl i of monday opon it in the arrest sad Daporta Hoo Fovall Angleham fifty Strong entered cd Bora org on and we assure them of our cordial sympathy in the a a a a great struggle they Are making for their undoubted rights. That the Plain duty of the chief magistrate of this Commonwealth requires him to use whatever Power the Law has placed 4n his hands a to protect the state and the people from Lawless outrages a cml from what Quarter they May and no Man is fit to he governor of this state who will consent to hold his Oan liberties and let the people hold the irs at the Mere will of the Federal executive. Resolved that the democracy of Pennsylvania have been Ever True to the cause of the Union. It was in the name and for the Sake of the Union that our party was made that we denounce the least intimation that the democratic party Ente stains now Ever lies entertained or Ever can entertain the slightest sympathy with the present Gigantic rebellion or with traitors in arms against the government or would Ever consent toa peace on any terms involving a dismemberment of this Union As utterly unjust and in proof of this we Point with exultation to Tho lavish con Tribu t ions to the War in b Lood and treasure hereto fore and now being made by the hundreds of thousands of democratic citizens who were. Among the first to Fly to the Rescue of the Union and peril their lives in its defence. Inc solved that As the True friends of the Union and feeling a profound anxiety for its fete , and will exercise the right to consider discuss ascertain and urge in becom ing terms upon the people and the constituted authorities whatever measures will in our judgment be most Likely to place and keep the whole National Union together under one Federal government. Resolved that when Lieis War began to had tie sol inn pledge of the Federal administration Aud of the party which placed it in Power As expressed in the Resolution passed by Congress july 22d, 1861, that it is not waged on their part in any spirit of oppression or for any purpose of Conquest or subjugation or for the purpose of overthrowing or interfering with the rights or established institutions of these states but to defend and maintain the. Supremacy of Tho Constitution and to preserve the Union with All the dignity Equality and rights of the several states unimpaired and that As soon As these objects Are accomplished the War ought to cease. But Tho. Federal administration acting under the influence of a Small faction of Wiltra abolitionists always opposed to the Union and without the consent of the great mass of the people has totally Chang d its grounds vowing Aud proclaiming its purpose to be wholly different and thus it Bas greatly delayed our just Hope of an honorable peace. Tho Reading of Tho Roscit lotions was frequently interrupted by applause and the resolutions As a Whoso were adopted unanimously amid the greatest enthusiasm. Tho convention then proceeded to the nomination of a candidate for governor. Nine ballets were taken As follows i a first ballot. Hiester Clymer w. H. Witte Geo. W. Woodward a Strickland John Cessna gen. A b. Franklin the balloting then continued without much variation except by the withdraw amp loathe names of some of the candidates and the increase of the votes for or. Clybur and or. Witte until on Tho seventh ballot they stood equal each having 55 vote. Judge Woodward 13 and general Franklin s. Eighth ballot. A Hiester Clymer c2 William h. Witte. 51 George w. Woodward 13 William b. Franklin 7 f. W. Hughes esq., Roro after this result had been announced and said that he was authorized to withdraw the name of William h. Witte and called upon his friends to go for the Han. Go our w. Woodward. The ninth and last ballot was then taken and resulted As follows ninth ballot. Hiester Clymer 54 George w. Woodward 75 a Nimrod Strickland. 5 Hon. George w. Woodward having received n majority of the whole number of vote was declared the nominee of am id loud Utida prolonged cheering and the nomination was afterwards made unanimous or. Victor e. V Lovett moved that Walter ii. Lowin Bernado the nominee for judge of the supreme court by acclamation which was a greed to Aandal the wildest applause or. Lamberton offered the following Resolution a a a. Resolved that it is thu desire and request of this convention that Hon. George w. Woodward will continue to occupy his seat on the Teuch until his Luau a ration As governor of Penu Sylvanius a after eoid8 debate upon the propriety of leaving judge Woodward to act in this matter As evening and left it on wednesday afternoon at one o clock. They were composed of cavalry and mounted infantry. They Are also reported to have had two pieces of our artillery captured at Martinsburg which they did not bring into the town. They seen to have been drawn As far a As Chambersburg in their attempts to capture the Wagon train which escaped from Martinsburg. Immediately upon taking Possession of the town Jenkins threw out pickets As far As Scot land a distance of five Miles from Chambersburg where the Railroad Bridge a substantial wooden Structure some eighty feet Long was destroyed by them. He established a Chain of expresses Between himself and general Rhodes at Williamsport. Scouting parties of considerable Force were sent out in the direction of Shippensburg _ having taken these precautions a a Skios issued an order requiring the citizens to produce All the government arms in their Possession by ten o clock on tuesday morning under threat of searching the houses of All who did not produce a Musket. About eight Hundred government muskets were brought in by the citizens which were broken and burned by the rebels before leaving on wednesday. A storehouse was fired by them a hat the flames were extinguished by the citizens. The contents of the drugstores of my Nixon and or. Miller were packed up and everything in the shape of a heaver hat was seized upon while the shining silk dres hat was passed by in contempt. Everything in the millinery line was also gathered. Where payment was made it was generally in Confederate paper. Occasionally a Greenback was offered. On tuesday morning about eleven o clock a detachment of about forty from Carlisle while reconnoitre Singim it a rebel scouting party on the Pike about four Miles this Side of Gharat bar Surg and had a skirmish in which two of our Carlisle Mon were captured. The rebels seem to Bare considered these Carlisle Meil As Ibe Advance pickets of a larger Force. The idea was perhaps suggested by a or captured men As about two of clue some of our scouts captured , an express parrying a despatch from Jenkins to Rhodes a stating Fiat there was it very heavy Force in Hig front and 33 g. W. Casa 16 �?~47 Richard Vaux 1 9 Jacob Fry or 2 3 it. Bigler 1 9 0 4 Jerem Lahs. Black 2 posed to be Raaz it ii vhf fief the Morffi Ern. Central Eail Roach. We ? amp a a no support. Soldiers pfc Shippy naming for three Days. Our theri Vytill not organise. _ of tie facts in the Abs to Vire Quot Bare no doubt As the. Writers character renders it certain that beaut in believed them. Butin his speculations Rio regard to the probable purpose of the eleven Hundred under Jinkins who marched towards Waynesboro he is we think at fault. The nearest Point of the Northern Central Railroad to Waynesboro is the Hanover Junction in York county to reach which they would have first quite a respectable Mountain to Cross then by Way of Gettysburg to Hanover thence to junction�?altogether.8qna,e-40 Miles. Marriage of sex gov. Newport news states that the trend Bishop of the diocese of Rhode Island will visit the City of Washington in a few Days for the purpose of uniting in the Bonds of Matrimony sex governor Sprague now u. S. Senator from Rhode Island and miss Kate Chase eldest dam ghz ter of the Secretary of the Treasury h the last of a Liegi Oide , we. Go Fie who. Died in Boston a jew Daj a since was a Lineal descendant of the famous we. Goffe one of the judges who sentenced Charles i to death. Of an Hostler on being told to grease the Wagon returned in about an hour afterwards and said up a a a a Havo greased every part of the Wagon but them Sticks where the wheels he Fng to it Beti fld ont his baggage to Iofi rear a sue ceding exp amps dashed through a party of our 1 on a by out pistol in hand Ani reached Rhodes j v a later in the Date rebels told the citizens 5, a your president May easily Heep pea stat they expected heavy reinforce Baen to Odu Patrick Heiry. Tantry and that they would be up by nine o clock a a a. they did not come and at one o clock Jenkins j Spreull of senator trim Belll withdrew Bis Force in the direction of Hagers a a. Old . Town 1 v a -. The rebels have not at any time been nearer j j a Large ii Rieks thrown into the re to Harrisburg than to Scotland As mentioned a it in a Bove with Tho exception of a scouting party of i a Puou can amp. 30 to so which Rode around Shippensburg on j Hon. Lyman Trumbull u. S. Senator tuesday night. And the Force above named Baa Guf j ois made a speech at a Republic Ssue i a a a a Ltd a it a a a. A which should Bere Alund pondered by hang Burn thursday june is s p. M. J every Republican in the country sen at Good to Day the rebels were said to he re rn�?z11rv,t. I a a i us turning to chamber Sherg in Force. The Tele Ator Trumbull View the political Hori grop Bic operator procured his information from a scout who adv used him to leave at once. Men women and children passed the Telegraph office in confusion leaving the town. The operator made every preparation to leave Tak ing with him his instrument in order that he might communicate with Harrisburg at some Point on the Road. He still however at this Hoar maintains Bis position and the alarm is probably false. The rebels in the neighbourhood of Gettysburg Hare not been heard from. They Are however said to be in Force say 25,000 Strong and it is thought their aim is Baltimore. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13 14. 15. 10. 17. 17. In 20. 21. 22. 23� 24. 25. If it r a Ted abolitionists Aro very Aua nowt Aat we a Bould All be United but to accomplish they want the democrats to yield to them join their a Loyal league and id that by a wipe out All Divi of icons. To Lecomp Lifis the abject they have in View we would propose to them to Banc the minority yield to the i a majority. It certainly would a error the few to yield to the Many j than for the Many the Ujj the abolitionists Are very a a a a Loiis that the people should sustain the administration right or wrong. Let the a administration sustain the people when right and things a will he than they Arev opposition. It is amusing As Well As interesting to recite the names by which the opposition to the democratic party have been known since the revolution we have prepared a hot but do not say that a ithe life rent parties that have attempted the overthrow of democracy since the formation of our government Are named therein for like the color ply forms and pretentious of the persons comprising them they Are innumerable. They were. I in 1775, loyalists or Loyal to King George or tones. ,. Id 1776 Loyal tories. In 1780, Nova Scotia cow boys and torw6 a in 1780. Convention monarchists. In 1789, Black co Kaders. In 1808,.anti�jefferson improvement men. A in 1811 British Bank Mon. A in 1812, peace and submission men in�?T1813. Blue lights. In 1814, Hartford convention lists. In 1816, Washington society men. In 1818. No parly men. A f in Lyls Federal. In 1820# Federal republicans. In 1826, National Republican. A in 1828. . A la 1834, whigs a a. In 1836. Conservatives. A in 1837 Independent Democrat a whigs a in 1838, abolitionists. A a a it in 1846, log Cabin hard cider democratic rehab Homo abolition whigs in 1843, native american1 whigs. In l844, Coon. Party or. Anti annexation whigs in 1845, the whig party. 1. R in 1846 mexican whig party a iml847.�?T.anti-Mcxican War party. A in 1848. party. In 1850. Clay whig party. In 1852, a cd twigs in 1854. . A. It in 1855 native. Am Noane. A in 1856. Fre Monters or abolition Isacs and know nothings. 1 a. In 1857, . Or it. In 1859, opposition and Peoples i860, wide awakes eap an cd Cape party. In 3862 no party in 1863, ten ion league no party emancipation High taxation Cen Ira Liza Tion confiscation negro a Una a nation usurpation abolition had Mist ration party. It a. A. Columbia Montour Wyoming and Sullivan or j v Smith Petur ent. Crawford and Warrens Thomas n Brooks k Brown. Cumberland and Perry Samuel Lle Burn Lieuary i Golf. A a a a a a a Seiler Jno Raymond. Delaware Jno d Rhodes. A. Erie Benj who tag w a to b Sean Glit. A. Franklin and Fulton aug Duncan c v my Neil. Greene it hip Autey. Huntingdon a s. Miller. Indiana in Vii Steele. Juniata Union and any Der a g Bonsall. A cum mings. Lancaster John Kaub Richard my Grdon Horatio 8 Kerne if onry a Wade. It Chi a Lebanon or d so Cooper. A Luzerne a m ii Illus Winchester john�?T71 holler. Mercer and venango�?>1 c Trout Arnold t Lunior. Mifflin drab my Tchell. R Monroe and Pike Charles d Brodhead. Montgomery a s Yost Henry my Muler Charles Hurst Quot i. A a a a a a a a a i. A. George 11 Gundie Philip Johnson. Northumberland Jacob Liese Nimg. A Alex Ouder Diamond or Gorgu Nob niger we Mcmyn clip Joseph a Monlie Imei Theodore Cuyler Johh Campbell Robert Barr Kline Shoemaker do a mind Kopje Quot Andren i Rumaker. Joaeph Crooks Tatj tie rec Fisher Chas a Miller. James Doi Neily Jobier Conner will my j crans,frank1 Mon 0iangl\moj a k a Potter and Tioga Al Venua c Hunt Miles White. A of a Wdewees f w Hughes Thomas ii Walker a a a a. A a. Susquehanna Gou John blast line. A Ltd it Somerset a j Colburn a a a a Washington w.8 Callohan f Patterson. Wayne those a earn. A a York David Smith Henry Lattner. When fhe name of . W. Moore of Clearfield was called or. Lamerton stated lout the seat Vyvae contested. After a slight discussion or. Sansom moved that the subject be passed Over fur the present. ,. The motion was agreed to. Or. In Getiman of Berks prescote the following resold lion resolved. That a committee of one from each senatorial a is tact shall be appointed by to chairman to report officers for the permanent organization of this convention. A Hon. Isaac i tester moved to Amend by making the number of the committee equal to the number of senators. A Tho my Dement was accepted. A do Toga to moved to Amend by providing that the committee be appointed by the delegates from each senatorial District. Or. Noou suggested that Francis w. Hughes be chosen president by acclamation. Or. Hughes i acknowledge the oomph ment. But respectfully decline the Honor. Or. Petriken advocated the election of a president by. The direct vote of Tho convention. He made n motion to to amp to effect. Hod. Philip Johnson of Northampton said that were , he might raise a Point of order that the original motion provided for the election of All the permanent officers while the motion of or. Petriken provided Only for. The election of a. President. V. Or. Petriken modified Bis motion so As to embrace All the permanent officers but id order to eave time withdrew Bis proposition. A a or. a an amendment a following. A. Resolved that this convention do now proceed to the election Daipra Manenty Fren ident. A that the Delegate from each senatorial District designate one person to select the other officers for1 Tho permanent Organ Izatique of the on vension Ancl on person tor. The corp utter up. Resolutions. Or. A a Burton stated that m offering his proposition he had simply Foh owed what to believed to be the usages of previous conventions but for the Sake of withdrew his motion. The original motion was then adopted with a modification so As to provide a a for the appoint meat of a committee of. Our from Daub it senatorial District bythe. that District to report officers for the permanent organization or. John Campbell moved that adjourn to meet at two Oto look. ,. Or or. Heister. Of Lancaster proposed that Tho convention should proceed at once to appoint t a committee on resolutions. A by Kamerly opposed the proposition As not proper to he entertained until Tho permanent of it Gamza Tion had been completed i the motion of or Campbell was no agreed to. of or. Johnson the rules of the Bruce Piti Ike. We Kettell j b sit Soin. T uses right w t ii Pauley or 7 h Hay Singh Mcafee t it a Ilion i 26. M c trout27. W a Galbraith. I 28. C 11 uni Burton 1 on motion of or Sanborn Tho convention pro 1 needed to consider the contested sorts fifteen i minutes being the Lime allowed to Ench of theroit stants i the first of a was that of i w. More Dele i Gate from Clear bid whose seat was contested i by or. Bennett. A after the Reading of papers and the making of statements in relation to the cae a motion was made that or. Moore be declared entitled to the sent. A. A a on motion the yeas and nays were Aben Ond resulted yeas 64, nays 62 a or. Moore we As therefore declared entitled to the seat. -. J the consideration of the contested gets occupied nearly two hours after which adjourned for an to enable Tom committee on resolutions to prepare their rep amp it. On reassembling at five and of Jock. It Foo amp stated that the committee would not probably. Be Caay to report fill eight o clock adjourned til seven amp and amp half o clock. A. A. \. A evening session. On the reassembling of . Or. . Jul Ebeb presented Tho report of the committee on resolutions. And inducing a vibe com in Itice upon Resolution have Lold present quoted to them a great. Number of resolutions to which they have Given Carciu 1 . And tit hcs i have undergone discussion. Ibe Fco Manittee have instructed me to report the following series As the unanimous voice of a resolutions. Resolved that to approve the Resolution upon tie state Juthe country passed by the House Orre preen to tics of this Commonwealth on the i3tb by of april it last and in addition As a further sex pics i Sion of our vew upon Public Ait airs. Do a a a a 1 resolve a follows that to again renew our Fidelity Tother Nestit it Tion of the United suites the great Char ter for which our forefathers struggled and i which was established of they themselves express cd i it the form a Moro perfect Union establish Justice in sure Tranquility provide for the common define promote the general welfare and secure the blessings of Liberty to ourselves and posterity.7 a a that Mauiu chats Tho Constitution combo docs the on in Guara amp tees we Hare for Public 11 Berk go Dri Yaca to without it we can have no Hope of Protection trom bloodshed spoliation and Auar by. To iceman who sneers at the a a Constitution As it is provos himself to be deficient in the first Elemente of patriotism and any officer of the st Toor Federal government Tho swears to support Tho Constitution and after in ids with that oath of his conscience will Tully a Polatos it is wholly unworthy of Pucho Confidence. That among the rights which provides to every citizen that of being secure a Bis Hoo Liberty and propel to so Themio cannot be deprived of either without due process flaw a fair Tria by a com potent judge and jury of his neighbors w Atli w witnesses to confront him and Uon Usel to defend hhn�?1s go just a it Salt. So necessary of Foo happiness of the people for whom All government is made and this is so plainly written Down in to Federal Constitution and a All a he state . Chat any person who can misunderstand Ltd Osnat the Metat Cap amp cite a mob fits him foe a Public Sta iou resolved that we with intense alarm Aud deep id ignation that same of eur Poi Ipcar oppo a Oats claim for to president of Tho United Fiat Cha Power hitherto wholly unknown in America and nor or Europe or Asia of coup by the most despotic Monarch. A Mulvy the Power to arrest free Cut Zens Forth expression of their honest opia iop ii pub Lic affair by and to tit Tho i Egi doot Lias Noto Nivoro Eum cd to. Exercise this Power hit soil. Wich Tho moderation Aud Morv a Winch i own nature might prompt hut has delegated it to Subora Dmato and they again to others in every part of the country Lutfi let Luveous presence is sea hid Iuit Ali Ore lab land. /. A resolved that among the numerous officers to whom go Van. This Teir Bie Powe above the Laws and above tuo people to it Niro must the nature of tilings a to a Large proportion who Are wholly id Sapa he of wielding honestly or ,-f-iow Pun to Ciau filled with partisan Knave a who a not a amp to if Justice and ruffians in trampling it under foot Aud Are not sure Prieu to team that the worthiest men Havo been torn Lorn thur of amp pm Les i Ido kno Cicco own on the Beuch minister of the gospel imprisoned in loathsome Dan gone and respectable women aus children treated with a by vitality which it would be indecent even to name and All this in Many cases without a Proton Leevon of a political offt ice. Nutch Iossif Anys gains the that a free government Cahnt a Rist without a free press and the. Constitution of this get or is Wallas that of the United states has declared the act it shall be free. Those persons therefore in office or out of office who attempt to suppress books and newspapers by violence Are the enemies of this government and ought to he . A town inclination shall prompt the Resolution was adopted. A Resolution was adopted authorizing the i of Sidcot to appoint Asinto Centra a Ommittee of one from each senatorial District and to name the Chat Mio of Aid committee subject to the approval of Tife candidate for governor to convention then adjourned sino die Rai Iff cation meeting a mass a needing was immediate in organized and Hon. Samuel Hepburn was unanimously called upon to preside., messes. Witte and Scro invited to address the meeting and responded in eloquent speeches pledging their Hearty support to the nominees of . The meeting was also addressed by Charles pkg Funoll e?q., of Philadelphia v. Eiolett a pm of Bradford county and others. To following Are Brief sketches of the speeches of messes. Witte and Clymer. Or. 1yitte?s speech. Or. Witte Paul he was glad that had begun a work which Woad teach the Powers at Washington that there is a Point Botond which they must Uoc go Tubac there is a sovereignty Here in this state Indore adept and separate which by the help of god. Will be maintained indestructible. The Day is not far Distant when to shall no longer have a service trucking executive Content to to the Mere tool of the the United stasis. Referring to Hia mail Are to receive the nomination the speaker said that if in aspiring to the office of governor be had no higher motive than his own ambition he would have been unworthy of the he thanked the friends who Hud supported him and also those who in the exercise of their undoubted right and their Yides of duty had supported he could say that no one of his friends had been called upon to make any explanation or apology with regard to his fealty to tie democratic party. That fealty nothing could shake. Lie referred feelingly and indignantly to the attacks that had been Mode upon Bint but he had no word of complaint to utter with regard to those who had been his competitors for the domination tic yielded he said., As gracefully As could be expected from Aman who had twice before been called upon to yield. In a regard to judge Woodward his character was so High that it would scarcely to just to Praise him Inee that might imply that commendation wan necessary. With him of governor there would be no Kidnap pm under Bis nose a Tho rights of the citizen Mould to protect a Tali hazards. My. Clymer s speech or Ciumei returned his thank3 for Thea Uppit which bad been Given to him. Lib had never any personal ambition in regard to the nomination he had Felt that in the midst of this crisis he personally was nothing while principle was everything. The Standard bearer whom they had chosen had illustrated democratic principles through a Long lifetime and in the future w Ith gods help to would be a safeguard and protector to the people of this Commonwealth a applause my friends said tie speaker have for me a precedence in the affection of Berks county but i pledge that county to give Moro votes for George w. Woodward that she would for to. Cheers if any Man would be a Friend of mine he must be a Friend of George w. Worn Ward. With him in the gubernatorial chair whatever the emergency to shall have a Man Broad enough head Stout enough and Kiln he fun nigh to a jul in of Atn it Gann Jjo it a so the executive chair at this time a Man True to Penn Sylvania Flud to her sous who Are now unjustly the Dis carded officers of Tho Fedora government there would now be 20.000 men Here to defend the state. If the present governor of Honn Syl Vania wore True to his duty. He would have summoned in this b. Mcclellan who would Ngam have defended the state As he did at anti tons. At thin Point Enra it cheers Wero Given for Mcclellan and iranklin.3 the speaker concluded by expressing his belief that the Nomi Noos of Tho convention would be triumphantly of Lector. It to and Accident occurred on monday on the Tappahannock to one of our balloons. It had ascended about four Hundred feet when it was struck by a flaw of wind Wnm cd caused a great rent. To As Ronzat foil to the ground but sustained no serious in just Farmers make your own Economy in All things is most requisite in these so denominated War times a Mong the thousand and one things to be mentioned is that of making tar which is so perfectly simple and easy that All can try it. At tie present Price a of the article m question it May be acceptable to Many procure some Good fat Pine and Cut it in Small pieces fila Jarge Kettle that will contain at least fifteen Gallons with the Pine you have prepared. Then turn your Kettle Bottom upwards on a Large Stone place sods around it leaving a Small o Peng on the lower Side for the tar to run out place a dish under the Stone to catch it. All things made ready build a Good fire upon the Tep of the Kettle to try out the pitch and i your Wood is Good you will have from four to six quarts of Good tar. A a a latest from1 the Border. Harrisburg thursday a june 18. The reports from the Border Lioe have been very conflicting daring the Day. The following is the latest report from the operator at cram Bersby org dated 6 p. My eth latest scent Jast i in reports being eight Miles from Here and saw so rebels and heard of none Greeocas-1 tie.�?�. I another scout confirms the report of a body of i 200 being at Green Castle at noon and dividing one portion going towards Waynesboro and the other towards Mercersburg supposed to be after horsea., 1neavy Cann Nading was heard at Greencastle in the direction of harpers ferry. Seventeen Hundred of gen. Mud Ray s troops who were cd t off Irons the mein body at the Bab a Lle Ofta Beeter arrived amp to Bedford to they crossed the Potomac it Hancock and Way safely through. Gen. Millroy who arrived Here to night Stales that Tho a 1,709 Are part of the 2,u00 he reported having lost at Winchester. Nov. Serra on of new York has tendered gov. Curtin fifteen regiments which Havo been accepted. Lie is also reported to have sent for gen. Mcclellan to assist in organizing the troops for this emergency. = regularly organized troops from new York and new Jersey arrived to Day. The author Tea Are Busy organizing the troop who continue to arrive in Large numbers. The work on the Rifle pits and a fortifications on the other Side of the Susquehanna is still going on and there is much activity there at Camp Curtin arid everywhere else in and about the City. ,. It is believed that there Are now no rebel troops in this state. A the cavalry Force under Jenkins was at Hagerstown last n ight. There is no evidence of any infantry Force having been with him. On leaving Chambersburg the rebels took with them a number of the most prominent Farmers in that5ection of the Valley. A t a mayor in of a Krisburg Friday. June 19. Two Boatmen who left Williamsport md., on wednesday evening report that at the time of their leaving six regiments of mounted infantry were encamped on thib Side of the River and More were crossing 1 gen. Rhodees Headquarters wore on the opposite Side of the River at Hagerstown there were four regiments of infantry in camped about two mile this Side of the town. At William port the rebels wore Parolino All the Eit Sens and both the Boatmen had their Parolo papers., this morning Moshy a cavalry is eight Miles below Cham Hersberg. That portion of Tho rebel cavalry which left Greece astir in. The direction of Mercersburg yesterday wore at Elliis morning taking the Road towards Hancock. They Are on a horse and cattle stealing expedition fresh troops continue to arrive in Large numbers by every train but not is rap idly As the state authorities would desire. Zon in a different Light front the optimism by of Lincoln and Seward and truthfully portrays what the political complexion of our rulers will inevitably be a few months hence. It would be Well for the re pub incan leaders to1 heed his discontinue the practice of Al and i left 1 acts in doing so they Wail but meet the unmistakably expressed will of the Mai Onty of the people. The speech was evidently distasteful to a majority of those who it will be o to a major Ity of senator Trumbull s party throughout the better that they should not a allow their distaste for the truth to ride the r judgment we make the Fob lowing extract Tho it Neche said Ara grave the people of our state Are taking ground Agama Ibe and min in ration and Why ? in the a Amhof heaven Why is this ? i will Tell you Why i win Point out to you Home of our Tanta legs that they May be corrected in . The reason is that we have not adhered to David in Kette motto be Ocoro that Leaun Jasd fed go ahead a a a a. Amp $ Asti role we must remember Liat Tea Eivis Law is Superior to the military Law anti toe Cates Are rare very rare where the Rulee amp a be reversed it hero resolves itself into the Plain naked a left non of who incr the president and in generate by Ibe single clicking of a Telegraph instrument a can cause the imprisonment Ofa. if one seen Cruz can do it. Another can do it wed w it use in rhe Onti r for oaf so option and murmurs. Do you propose Toha Tefere with the by i lot Box / cries of no r a Noj ?net5pr? from an Iho parts of the meet ing. J l am glad to hear you say that and glad you Ore so Tina Nimox did ii Ever occur to you that the next election puny Pui an entirety different face on affairs a the neat Elconon May bring great and Deply Ria ble change when v ii and go Mandy of a class May determine who Are to be arrested a ones of no that can never be a never from All parts of the crowd Well gen Quot Tler Nen there s no use n toying Oor Eye to a be facts which exist a Oaid Yon of every Side i told you i came Here to address myself to Yoter Kea suds amp and not to your Pas tons. And it a a to fwd of khat Light i ask you what it Are being elected gov Erquet a of Loyal state who compose a inno rip of the legislature of the in Yal state of Rhino is an \ who a recently Ete Ted mayor of her writ and most Loyal City and in View of these what o8y Ibe future not have in store?-52- cr.e8 a of .jepn8on,. Music Quot we Don to Van o Lowry a you sin to a Tole Vam to the 1 re8i<ient."j j know i am distasteful but Ftp i out truthful claim your reason dives cd of passion. The same ebb Ltee Yod to ibid i to the lib of your adversaries to Day. To Morrow i May be e me 1 to j or i p w uld Yon like i to drink of ii close oar eyes As we May there is no safety f no Fety for you Andt tend american citizen now and in the Fth turn but n an on a y no Adb Erenee to a c Hal to Tionel lao dwarfs of our fathers. A farther of is j of , music and much it disc Ati fac Uon y u a c wrongs e the a realest and. Gravest m Mlaker m allowing your adversaries i Pla Eyou no a Purdion of . Grieg for a a Jeo Nikon a i Ulve Bot body else a i see that i a do i tasteful but a and a shot detain a you Long. Ivan is there Amon you it who a times not to have in adhering term try to the to on at a tuition in. These times and extending Tif e very j Tai zen of the Loyal states its Goa Riarte who j among you u prepared to acknowledge on gov j Cromen t n failure ? who among you is prepare i de to say 10 a Fine thin tor. Peace Good Eno Ghr huty when War come it 5 must be rolled up and Laid away ? or m a other in words a for it Means the Bamat i i j is ready to substitute the will and a a a Shiv Fco to map. Who a _. Harrisburg Friday. June 19-i have seen to Day a number of despatches from the Border indicating the presence of a considerable rebel Force at Hagerstown Williamsport Hancock Aud Mccoun Ellsburg hut there Are no signs of a powerful inroad in this direction. A. A a our troops Aro not going Down the ice Nib a land Villej prot briskly Tho form cation on a pm w�?o0 co Amhe Vallan Dilliam us the Hill oppo.,.to the oily is nearly completed. I pm Ace of it a gon Stillion is the Sii Pronio Law of troops from the last continue to come to to i tha., ? Crew a of Quot to Doat Irani to hear in sen t to the front Mere of that Quot what a that amp by a a re if a a _ hear me through for twill not be Long Aid the ilahiiioii�?z0g, Juno 20.�?a heavy Force of Reh i questions before you Are of be much inner talc Els front Inuos to linger in the Vicinity of Hagers a and go a by that you should listed if tip itly and town and Williamsport. Scouts sent out from a not Only that the con Chambersburg report that there Are indications i Quot . It Grants All Powers Nemesi. i i7> sep for Tho suppression of treason yes gentlemen its is of a Retreat to to other Sido of the a a this afternoon they moved up in the direction of i a sort Genera Milroy Esav a binding upon the general fax he a and a he Nevii officers of the nation a it a a opon the humblest citizen in the land has it Cometo this that you will deny to the free e to of Chicago the r get Ofa Ciu Aen. To discuss the Mcconnellsburg and Bedford is on the Alert for them. operations have at length been commenced by the forces organized Here. A portion of Tho new of k Cav 1 y Reg ment to Day Cap a go me r get of a citizen to discuss he lured Twenty rebel prisoners at Mcconnellsburg arts of the president Cne Sof we won tallow in Fulton county. To hold Chambersburg. And in it and none Bot copperheads do that. And it Arm my and of t flying the ouy�11 Stop them i Sere a re no via adz difftl8 Are Isamit. Ifs a �?�.�. A a a a a Ai Suauu. I Yea we hit none of Bax Druda a and or8 sons Der d impregnable �?o�7 a do Ali of Vou it a think Kre. J general Couch has ordered that the place shall a a no who has not expressed to Day hiatus at at bej old t faction with some act of the pro it the fortifications opposite this City Are finish. I and Are considered impregnable a st rfrrl3 a a k00wnj % be a a t to Sand link the Deal a Revocal it my to genere Bam Ong at and . A j Side s order suppressing the cd Imago use was w. I i right Cne Sof no no Itwara Wrone we have been permitted to pub he a Nghi to have enforced the order t Fen its the subjoined dispatch from a 1 , hand Byth Vendita Well known citizen of Chambor bag be z7 on whose statement s May to regaled Storey a or Reed reefs is entirely Lerable it prove that i a "v0000� desertions these Ace the Confederate forces have not re him before Surj we few Tail a Ltd a a a t tired Flora our it t0 has been a your mob to rescued a Trussl sorted again and again during to tt00rp�r a a a a Dot nth. Cry that would go past few Days b 11j?1"� a a a it a court Ayour no Rehl june 21 Jjo j 5l�sf&tojlsss rebels have been a Younng the no of to a ? a Potts two tarrltmcigrrb1&Quot How satire a great ask i of last night eleven Hundred under hat Febu r w h?1 05jhrgii�?otb�� in the direction of a Nestor of sup a a to grand . Us Fly is

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