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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 12 March 1856

.-'PI 1 t "' t.i . 1 THE-MOTS t r 111 IP ;5 f i t VI " i I 'X 5 il tit, M ill i KATY VAT LIFS OX DE BLAIN". The following parody on Tannahilo's universal iy popular song, '-Jesse the Flower of Dunblain,' was written, it is thought, by the Don. James M Porter, of Easton. It is one of the best of its kind De sun vas gone down shoos t pehint the blue moun tains, Und left de tark nTebt to come on us arain. Ven I sthumbled along 'mongat do sob warn ps and oo fountains. To see vonce my Katy vat lifs on de blain. How sohweet Is te lilly, mit its prown yallow plos- 0UQJ , Und so is te meatow. all cnforpil intf itmh - 'Bat no-ting so burty, and schtiuks in mine posom, " ov-ureei iuue rk.aiy rat his on ae uiain. File's pashful as anv. shustlike her annt Chinnv. She's noider high larnt, nor yet foolish nor vain; Und he's a great tillain, midout anv feelin. Dat would hurt mine sskweet Katy vat lifs on ae oiain. My tays vas like noting dill I met mit mine Katy; All dem tings in do town dey vas n...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 19 March 1856

. 1 BY S. B. EOW. CLEABFIELD, WEDIJESDAY, MARCH 19, 1856. VOL. 2.-NO. 32. -; I YEARN FOR TOE SPRING. -1 yern for the Spring, when the birds shall tine. v" " ti. ji uiuj5 iwito iresn nowers; , We have waited long for the lark's blythe tone. A shroud of enow tad lain on the earth, An icy band on each stream, The sun in the sky oped it's languid eve, And sent but a sickly gleam ; -And the frosty brecse moaned among the trets And the rattling bail and rain ' Came sweeping past, with an angry blast, And dashed 'gainst the window pane ; And never a flower in the stormy hour, - Dared raise no its tin hi.f For all gentle things fled on the Summer's wine. I yearn for the Spring, when the birds shall sing, - And each morn shall awake new flowers: - r e nave listened long for the wood-lark's song - And the thrush at the evening hours. Tis a beauteous time when the bud first bursts, And child-like the young leaf stands. And eatohes the drops of the gentle shower In its small and velvatv hnn.l. ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 19 March 1856

5 1 $ I 3 7 VOL. 2.-3TO. 32. CLEARFIELD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 1856. BI S. B. BOAT. . , . I YEARS FOR THE SPRING. I yearn for the Spring, when the birds shall sing, Ami each morning awake fresh flowers; W have wited long fur the lark's bljt.be (ong, . , And the lengthening evening hours. A (brood of enow had lain on the earth, An icy hand on each stream, The sua in the sky oped it"s languid eye, . And sent but a siokfr gleam ; And the frosty breeze moaned among the trees, And the rattling hail and rain 'Camo sweeping past, with an angry blast, And dashed 'gainst the window pace ; And never a flower in tha stormy hoar, - iJared raise up its tiny head For all gentle things fled on the Summer's wing, Or else ia the snow lay dead ! 1 Jearn for the Spring, when the birds shall sing, And each morn shall awake new flowers; We hae lutenei long for the wood-lark'a song, And the thrush at the evening hours. Tis a beauteous time when the bnd first burst, And child-like the young leaf stands, An...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 19 March 1856

mm. Raftsman's $mmial. "4 S. B. ROW, Editor ajb Psopriitcb. CLEARFIELD, PA., MARCH 19, 1S5G. Koairees of ths Philadelphia Convention. rOU PBrSlDEST, MILLARD FILLMORE. VICE PRESIDENT, - ANDREW JACKSON DONNELSON. - "Union for the Sake of the Union." The call for the Union Convention, which is to as semble at nsrrisburgh on the 2Gtb, has met -with a pretty 'general and .hearty response -. throughout the State. The American, Whig m anj. Republican presses have favored it with equal cordiality, and meetings have been call- ed ia a majority of the counties to select dcl . egates. . There is little doubt that the Conven tionjwill be well attended, and it is to be hoped will be composed of men of prudence and a bility, who will , adopt such measures as will - yet reconcile difficulties and effect the con templated union. To accomplish this, a con ciliatory spirit must bo exercised Lv every one personal feelings and prejudices must be laid aside old animosities must not bo permitted - to swa...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 19 March 1856

u an 1 "X i i f r 7i u. M f J4 1 i i. 4 ; t" pftemmt $ fmrniai S. B. ROW, Editor axd Pboprietob. CLEARFIELD, PA., MARCH 19, 13.3G. - Nominees of the Philadelphia Convention. rOR PRESIDENT, r MILLARD FILLMORE. vice presides?! Andrew jackson donnelson. t "Umojc roa the Sake or the Un-ios." The . call for the Union Convention, which is to as- oerable at JJarrisburgb. on the 26th, has met pretty general and hearty response mrongnout the State. The American. Whi . and Republican presses have favored it with , equal cordiality, and meetings have been call ed In a majority of the counties to select del egates. There is little doubt that the Conven tional be well attended, and it is to be hoped will be composed of men of prudence and a bility, who will adopt such measures as will jet reconcile difficulties and effect the con templated union. To accomplish this, a con ciliatory spirit mnst be exercised ty every one personal feelings and prejudices must be laid aside old animosities must not ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 19 March 1856

mm, TIIE JOURML. HOME FACTS AND FANCIES. Ash-Booh Meeting. A meeting of the cit ltens of Clearfield was held at the Prothonota . ry's office on Monday evening, March 17th, 1856. On motion, Eixi3 Inwix, Esq., was called to the chair; lion. Eichard Shaw, Jno. F. Weaver, Jaa. B. Graham, Win. L. Moore, TVra. Porter and Christopher Kratzer. eotai Vice Presidents, and L. Jackson Crana and Gen. A. M. Hills appointed Secretaries. The - object of the meeting having been stated, on motion C. D. Watson, Clark Wilson, Jame3 - - Wrigley, J. R. Eeed and William Powell were appointed a cemmittee to draft resolutions ex pressive 01 me sense or this meeting. During the absence of the committee, on motion, Sam- eel Mitchell, D. W. Moore, S. B. Row, Jnc. L. uiue, it. J. Wallace and Christian Pottarf wrere appointed a committee to prepare a me rnorlal and remonstrance. On motion, tho President was authorized to appoint a commit tee consisting of one gentleman in each bor oughand township to obtain' sig...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 19 March 1856

-5 THE JOURNAL. nOlE FACTS AND FANCIES. Asti-Boom Mketwo- A meeting of the cit ! lxens of Clearfield was held at the Prothonota Ty's office on Monday evening, March 17th, 1856. On motion, Eixis Iawis, Esq., was tilled to tfae clla5r Do11" Eichard Shaw, Jno. Wearer, Jas. B. Graham, Wm. L. Moore, r Wni. Porter sad Christopher Kratzer. elected Vice Presidents, and L. Jackson Crans and Gen. A. 31. Hills appointed Secretaries. The object of the meeting having been stated, on motion C. D. "Watson, Clark "Wilson, James Wrigley, J. R. Reed and William Powell were appointed a committee to draft resolutions ex nressive of the sense of thi3 meeting. During the absence of the committee, on motion, Sam uel Mitchell, D. W. Moore, S. B. Row, Jnc. L Cuttle. R. J. Wallace and Christian Pottarf were appointed a committee to prepare a me mortal and remonstrance. On motion, the President was authorized to appoint a commit tee consisting of one gentleman in each bor -ough and township to obtain signatur...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 19 March 1856

t' 1 1 ft it : IN ;' I 1 ! it ! I 4 if 1 A PARTNER WANTED. The nnder tigned, doing business as a Tanner and Cur rier, at Curwensville in this sounty, will take a Partner, who can furnish a cash capital of at least $500. The Tannery is large and commodious, and capable of doing a much larger business than the - Subscriber feels able to do by himself. No better opportunity can be afforded to an active business man, with the above capital, who wishes to go in to a pajing business. S. B. TAYLOB. Curwensville, Dec. 19, 1855, 3m o. TTEW FIRM. HARTSHORN A M'CRACKEN , L have jnst received a new and splendid assort ment of goods at their store in LCMEER CITY. They invite the public to givo them a call, and feel assured they will be able to render entire sat isfaction. Lumber, Hides, Rags, Grain, and all other kinds of prod ace taken in excange. ben j. hartshorn, thos. Mccracken. Aug. 1, 1855. NEW ARRIVAL. A. H. BAVMAN, War Room, three doors ahove Mays' Hotel, Plan Road street, Tyrone City, J...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 19 March 1856

11 v til ifl ... V A PARTNER VAJCf:fUT vl V . y,-f,-J. do:.? b.5 m T,f.T ed Cer Tvtf.Xt :ai-.t.t,,X,K in tb ntt.t, w;;f take ?rr.f . fvznfcU a eib etpttat o at ! t V$ Xbe 1 Jr .re & oroo4i4', x5 epif f dsir, jr. fJ h tf rt LiltM li0 ft feftftriW f'-ti b to 4hy b-i.A..L S fcif io 1 frr.il ao fi-f i. I to m AK'iii i,tn..t9 o. riu t bv e;,itl U w f.,s' t" yo io- MiJC bfir,e. rb K lA'iUjk. ?Y k wrt it h n a jit Awm a v. a ck e ? II Jtf retired ft pUfcdid WM-'ft- LCMHEit CT7. Tt; !vJ th t.?di , jflr txTH TJ. r1 fl tby b M V r4tr rf- lifxr.tU.a. jAtuXif. Hide. Hrt, (tnii.. tuA :l t,'X.t Vif At i.t r.rtA r.r4w. tr:f in axeaijr TII7 X-XKAt.Kh i. n JKW AKKJVAf. A. If. JI A V 71 A TT. Vf" Rs,im thrf. d'iort rth'itf 'Tiy:f Jf I l'k Jload 'r'u Ty"f l''ty. J'a, Jflliti-MpU'i ttd l't'Jhai4 i'.i.'iWib Vt'iT. V.kf CJ iS.iiU, Cu:irtt'r. t!, Aft., ,f4n',, irt.'tS'.rZ'.i zz.il V-tutr.u t X7h1. AZft V. I Ti l fiOODS-Tfc U f tr. f,f f.ff-tl.-, "CHEAPEST GOODS." C'-'S!ry yr'rln'i rrf o-.t t-':ry 4.Vr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 26 March 1856

-r .ri it!-. ijf.; ( i - ' BY S. B. ROW; CLEARFIELD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26,185(1. VOL 2. If 0.' 33. .v.:-.- ' .'"LIGHTS , ' V .The following exquisite poem, by "William. Pitt Pammer, was - some years ago pronounced, by one of tho most eminent European critics to be the fi nest production) of the same length, in our lan guage : : "' ; - ; Prom the quickened womb of tho primal gloomy , The sun rolled black and bare, !,,",,. Till I wove him a Test for his Ethiop breast ' ,i Of the thread of my golden hair; - -' 1 And. when the broad tent of the firmament ' Arose in its airy spars, e . . ' ".-i i ' I penciled the hue of its matchless blue,; ..- And spangled it round with eUrs, -., . . - . , . I painted the flowers of the Eden bowers, And their leaves of living green ; And mine were the dyes in the sinless eyes : - Of Eden's virgin queen ; - " And when the fiend's art on her trustful heart, - Bad fastened its mortal spell, .' ; In the silvery sphere of the first-born tear. To the trembling...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 26 March 1856

YOL. 2.-I0, 33. BT S. B. KOW. CLEARFIELD, "WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26, 1856. ; ...... liciit. -- The following asquint poem, by William Pitt Puumtr, wu some years ago pronounced by one of tbe most eminent European critics to be the fi nest production, of tbe suae length, in oar lan guage: . From the quickened womb of the primal gloom, The san rolled black and bare. Till I wore him a Test for his DJiiop breast Of the threads of my golden hair ; And when the broad tent of the firmament - - Arose in its ejj spars, I penciled the hue of Its matchless blue; Acd spangled it round with stars. X painted the flowers of the Eden bowers, And tbeir leaves of living green ; And mine were the dyes in the sinless eyes " Of Eden's virgin queen ; And when the Sand's art on her trustfal heart, t Had fastened its mortal spell, In the siUery sphere of the first-born tear, To the trembling earth I fell. When the waves that burst o'er the world accursed, J Heir work or wrath bad sped, ' And the Ark's lone few, ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 26 March 1856

4 1 J ill! 1. r 1 -IK "J i ?! ! f ii 1 - B I a- - I. i? '. r ' I; If 1 t'' fit Raftsman's Jmurnnl: S. B. ROW, Editor and PsopRiETon. CLEARFIELD, PA., MARCH 26, 1856. Xemineee cf the Philadelphia Convention. rOR PRESIDENT, .' ' MILLARD FILLMOReT VICE PRESIDENT, ' ANDREW JACKSON DONNELSON. "FEEEDOM 07 SPEECH." - In an article under this caption, "oar neigh bor" of the Republican makes use of the fol lowing language s "The great achievement of those 'primitive days' was the guarantee of 'freedom of speech' to every citizen. It e won Id maintain that gua rantee inviolate. Can onr neighbor say as mnch t Would not he and his party deny to the naturalized citizen, and to the citizen of a certain religious belief, tbo right to hold of fice 7" It is a singular way, of a verity, that our down-street "neighbor" has of "maintaining inviolate" the guarantee of freedom of speech, when in the very next paragraph to the one in which be asks the above questions, he would not have ministers speaking ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 26 March 1856

r r - C I 1 p C.i L - t 7". J - i :1 J ? ' ' i ; r t i I ; 1 4 .8 . t i :1 S. B. ROW, Editor and Pnor-BiEToa. . . CLEARFIELD, PA.,MAKCn 2G, 1856. .-. nominees of the Philadelphia Convention. ' TOR rP.ESIDEXT, - MILLARD FILLMORE. .;-'- . VICS PRESIDENT, t. . ANDREW JACKSON DONNELSON. -.r . - "fSEEDOai OF SPEECH," , Id an article under this caption, "our netgh .bor'1 of the Republican makes uso of, the fol lowing language : -. "The great achievement of1 those 'primitive 'days' was the guarantee of 'freedom of speech' to every citizen.' We would maintain that gua rantee inviolate. : Can our neighbor say as t ranch Would not h and his party deny to the naturalized citizen, and to the citizen of a certain religious belief, the right to hold of fice?" - . " " It is a singular way, of a verity, that our down-street "neighbor" has of ''maintaining inviolate" the guarantee of freedom of speech, 4 when in the very next paragraph to the ono in which he asks the above qnestions, he would ' not ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 26 March 1856

n ... 4 t4 -THE JOTJMAL. AFFAIRS AT H031E. The "Weather moderated considerably last week, and the snow thawed enough to destroy the slighing, which had continued during a period of ighty-eight days, nearly one-fourth of, a. year.'"". Monday was "frisky as a flirt;" near noon a general breeze waa raised in the shape of an equinoxial storm. - . It is feared that the severe and continued cold of tho present winter has killed the peach trees in this section of country. Examina tions Lave exhibited the fact that the bark on treea, tested is dry and has apparently no vi tality, and the more tender branches seem to Incompletely dead. 1am Brvsa. The water, within the last few days, has been raising tho ieVon the Susque hanna, sot enough, however, to break it, tho' we may look for a general "break-up" in a short time. It is nnsafe to cross on the ice nowf we hate - heard of several sleighs and sleds' breaking through.' Caution should be used, as fatal accidents might readily result from cros...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 26 March 1856

THE JOURNAL: ' ' AFFAIRS AT IIOME. -, Thb "WxA-Tnisa moderated consiJerabl y last Wet, and the snow thawed enough to destroy the sleighing, which had continued daring a period of eighty-eight days, nearly one-fourth" of a year. Monday was "frisky as a flirt;" near noon a general breeze was raised in the shape of an equinoxial storm. - It is feared that the severe and continued - cold of the present winter has killed the peach trees in tbia section of country. Examina tions have exhibited the fact that the bark on tree tested is dry and has apparently no vi tality, and the more tender branches seem to be completely dead. Th Eivir. The water, within the last few days, has been raising the ieo on the Susque hanna, not enough, however, to break it, tho we may look for a general "break -tip" in a nort time. It is unsafe to cross on the ice miow; we have heard of several sleighs and led breaking through. Caution should be used, as fatal accidents might . readily result froja crossing. . T...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 26 March 1856

J - 'A 'HI it J . i u f Ml f if. Dm ft 7 A; PARTNER WANTED. Tho Under signed, doing business Rs a Tanner and Car rier! at Curwensville in this county, will take a Partner, who can furnish' a cash capital of at least $500. The Tannery is large and commodious, and capable of doing a much larger business than tho subscriber feels sble-to co by himself. No better opportunity can be afforded to an active business man, with the above capital, who wishes to go in to a pajing business. -.- 8. B. .TAYLOR. Curwensville. Dec. 19. 1S55, 3mo. NEW FIRM. HARTSHORN A M'CRACKEN have just received a new and splendid assort ment of goods at their store in ' ' ;: - LUMBER CITY. r.'": They invite the public to give them a call, and feel assured they will be able to render entire sat isfaction. Lumber, II ides, Rags, Grain, and all ether kind of produce taken in excanze. BENT. HARTSHORN, ' THOS. McCRACKEN. Aug: 1. 1S55. " ' JVEW ARRIVAL. '' -' " 11 V A.. II. B AV MATT. War Room, three doors ahove Mays' H...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 26 March 1856

t j'l .THE mraMsfllM. 'i :M Hit 4 1 - r i 1! A -"Partner wivtph t, .. signed, doing business as a Tanner and Cur rier, at Curwensville in this sounty, will take a Partner, who can furnish a cash eapita.1 of at least gjvv. ine .tannery is large and commodious, and capable of doing a much larger business than the subscriber feels able to do by himself. Jfo better opportunity can be afforded to an active business man, with the above capital, who wishes to fro in- v to a pajing business. S.B.TAYLOR. Curwensville, Dec 19, 1855, 3m o. TUEW FIRM. HARTSHORN A M'CR ACRES have just received a new and splendid assort ment oi gooua at ineir store In LUMBER CITY. They invite the public to giro them a call, and . feel assured they will be able to render entire sat isfaction. Lumber. Hides, Bags, Grain, and all tber kinds of produce taken in excange. ' bknj. hartshorn, thos. Mccracken. Aug. 1, 1655. TEW ARRIVAL. - A. II. BAIT MAN. War Room three doors ahove Mays' Hotel, Flan Road strett, Tyrone Ci...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 2 April 1856

VOL. 2.-KO. 31. CLEARFIELD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, 18-56. BY S. B. EOV. FRO THS KNICKERBOCKER. STANZAS. I jjaae upon the stars, yet see them not : At star, I see them not. although the skiei Are brilliant with their light ; all are forgot, : And Fancy in them sees alone thine eyas Dark globes of beauty, floating bright and clear, Amid their pure and liquid atmosphere. The sound of waters and tho song of birlj, . In youth and spri-ag were joyous to my ear; FuAjiow I hear in them alone thy words, ; t Boii rs that nausio, to my heart more dear; -Til thes I fe! sgain my youth and spring, Aci in tLy whisper hear tho May-birds sing. . Vh ! tll me not how sweet the brerth of kir.o, - IIow fresh the rose, how fair the lily's bloom ; 5o petal's cheek ia fresh or fair like thino; TI15 breath ii sweater than tho hny's perfume : In these no blis3 I find, no beauty ;e, . Bare whal they borrow from my thoughts of thee. . MAJOR JONES. : " Pixkville, May 2Sth, 1842. To Ma. Thompson- : Dear Sir Ever se...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 2 April 1856

r I BY S. B. HOW. CLEARFIELD, "WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, 1856. VOL. 2.-AT0. 31. v- v y y ' ' ' v I i . i, t. M t' TOO THE KSICKEHBOCKm. STANZAS. . I gate upon the stars, yet seo them not : As star, I sea them not, although the skies ; Are brilliant with their light ; all are forgot, And Fancy in them sees alone tliiue ey3 Iark globes of beauty, floating bright and clear, Amid their pure and liquid atmosphere. The sound of waters and tha song of birds, In youth and spring were joyous to my ear; Bui no I hear in thcin alono thy worda, Soft as that music, to my heart more dear; . 1 thee I feel again my youth and spring. And in thy whisper hear the May-birds sing. Oh ! tell me not how sweet tbo breath of line, How fresh the roso, how fair the lily's bloom ; 'o petal's cheek is fresh or fair like thine ; -Tnj br?2l!i u sweeter than tho hay's perfuino : In Sidt no bliss I find, no beauty see, tare what they borrow from my thoughts of thee. ""Well," sez I, s'poso they're mazin pop ular with you,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 2 April 1856

JLU i'. 1 Si ft i 1 j !1 M I! I' 8 4 r m m 'fc iff- if 4 J" v.. v Raftsman's f ranral. S. B. ROW, Editor ad Proprietor. CLEAR FIELD, PA., APRIL 2, 1856. suneei of the Philadelphia Convention. TOR PRESIDENT, MILLARD FILLMORE. VICE PRESIDENT, ANDREW JACKSON DONNCLSON. the union state convention. This body, which met at Harrisburg on last Wednesday, to nominate a State ticket for the support of all opposed to Locofocoism, ad " journed on the 27th, after baring accomplished the purposes fur which it was called. Nearly every district in the State was represented, delegates from all but two, we believe, being ia attendance. The proceedings were charac terised by the greatest harmony, and were of uch a satisfactory nature as to create the live He it anticipations for the success of the ticket nominated, which is composed as follows : CAS AX. COXXISSIOXER, THOMAS E. COCHRAN, of York Co. ACDITOR OEXKRAL, DARWIN PHELPS, of Armstrong Co. SCRTETOR GENERAL, BARTHOLOMEW LA PORTE, of Bradford Co. ...

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