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TUESD AIT, , r2 AHCH 24, 1846,
Vol. 4,No, 19.
1) iAIH S)'IHJ UlU
Wednesday, March 11, 1816.
. 12 o'clock, M.
The Whig State Convention to nomi
nate a candidate for Canal Commission
er met in the Court House in llarrisburg,
on Wednesday the 11th of March,' 1816.
At 12 o'clockM. -
J. R. Edie, of Somerset rose and nom
inated H. Jones Brooks of Delaware as
President Tor the temporary organization
of the convention; and.'fho. E. Frank
lin of Lancaster, at the same time nom
inated George N. Eckert of Schuyl
kill as President.
A difficulty being likely to arise out of
this double nomination, it was sugges
ted that both the nominees withdraw; and
Jas. T. Hale of Centre nominated Geo.
I)arsie of Allegheny as President, which
was agreed to, and Mr. Darsie look the
chair by unanimous consent. '
John M, Sullivan of Butler; and Tho.
E. Franklin of Lancaster .were then ap
The list of Delegates was called over
ind corrected, the following' Delegates he-
... o o
ing present. -SENATORIAL
1. Philadelphia City Robert T. Con
rad, Jos. R. Chandler.
2. Philadelphia county Benjamin R.
Mears, J. D. Ninesteel,' Geo. 1L Roberts.-
-' -' - ' . " - --
3. Montgomery Benjamin Frick.
4. Chester and Delaware II. Jones
5. Berks Joseph II. Spayd.
7. Lancaster and Lebanon Tho E.
Franklin, Tho, M. Bibighause.
8. Schuylkill, Carbon, Monroe and Pike
David J. Unger.
. 0. Northampton -and Lehigh Jos. Sa
ger. : 10. Susquehanna, Wayne and Wyo
ming Henry Drinker.
12. Lycoming, Clinton and. Centre
Joseph F. Quay.
. 13. Luzurne and Columbia L, But
ler. . .
. 14. Northumberland and Dauphin
- 15. Mifflin, Juniata and Union Jas.
16. Cumberland and Perry .Tho. D.
.17. York Tho. E. Cochrnn.
18. Franklin and Adams John Stew
art. 19. Huntingdon and Bedford Henry
A Spang. : .
. 20. Clearfield, Indiana, Cambria and
Armstrong M. Dan Magehan.
.21. Westmoreland and Somerset J.
R. Edie. - r . ;; ..-
22. Fayette and Greene A. J. Jones.
24. Allegheny and Butler Geo. Dar
sie, Wm. B. McClure.
25. Beaver and Mercer Robert Dar
ngh. 26. Crawford and Venango
27. Erie James D. Dunlap.
28. Warren. Jefferson, Clarion, Potter
and McKean John C. Kunkel.
Adains Daniel M. Smyser.
Allegheny H. M. Brackenridge, Tho.
J. Bighain, Alex. Hilands, .Daniel Mc
Curdy. Armstrong Thco. D. Cochran.
Bedford Samuel L. Russell.
Beaver. John Dicky, Thos. Nichol
son. Berks William Shearer, Jacob Knabb
Isaac Eckhart, J B Bell.
Blair Robert Lowry.
Butler John M. Sullivan. .
Bucks Matthias Shaw, Benjamin
Thompson, Abraham Reiff.
Centre and Clearfield Audrew G.
Curtin, Jas. T. Hale.
Chester Philip D, Thomas, George
Ladley, Ferdinand E. Hayes.
Columbia A, W, Frick.
Cumberland Thomas Craighead, jr.
Cambria John Fenlon.
Delaware Anthony Baker.
Dauphin John J. Clyde, Thomas
Erie Lyman Robinson,John B John
eon, i . ..
Franklin J, E, Brady, Samuel Sei
bert. Huntingdon Theo. H, Cremer.
Indiana John McFarland.
Lebanon Samuel Becker.
Lehigh and Carbon lleubcn Strouss.
Luzerne Nathan Beech.
, Lancaster Lewis Urban, Abraham
Kaufman, Jacob Frantz, Samuel Duffield,
' Lvcoming, Clinton . and Potter C.
Donaldson, L. A, Mackey.
-Milflin Wm. II, Irwin.
Mercer Thomas Pumroy.
Nordmmberland Wm. C, Lawson.
.Perry Charles W, Fisher.
' Philadelphia citv Morton McMichael,
Josiah Randall, John Swift, Edward C,
Markley, John McCanlcss. ' '
Pni1RdelphiaCor.ntv--rhos. W. Duf
fifhl, Jr., Alex. Quhiton, Penrose Ash,
B?nj. RobcrC Lindsay, Geo. R, Srottl),
Schuylkill Geo. NFkert, Wm, T,
Somerset W, W, Hamersly.
Susquenanna and Wyoming B, S,
Bently, Wm, Jackson.
Westmoreland C, P, .Markle, John
Covode, E, Cowan. -
Warren and McKean Benj, Barthol
omew. Union and Juniata Jacob Wagensel
ler, John M'Crum.
York Robert Nebinger, Levi Welly,
The list having been gonc'through with,
Mr. Cowan moved that one delegate from
each Senatorial district be nominated as a
committee to report officers for the per
manent organization of the Convention.
The Chair appointed the following
committee. , .
1st District. Josiah Randall, "
Thomas W, Duffield,
Benj, R, Mears,
John D, Hardy,
H, Jones Brooke,
Geo, W, South,
Thomas E, Franklin,
T, M, Bibighouse, '
D, J, Unger,
Andrew J, Gurtin, jr.
L. Butler, ' - -' '
T, E, Cochran, -
M, D, Alagehan,
A, J, Jones,
T, J, Bigham,
H, M, Brackenridge,
James D, Dunlap,
44 J, C, Kunkel,
The Convention adjourned to meet at
3 o'clock this afternoon. ' -
3 o'clock, P, M,
The Convention met agreeably to ad
journment. Mr. Cowan, from the committee on the
subject reported the following officers for
the permanent organization of the Con
Hon. George. Darsie, of Allegheny.
Vice Presidents: , . ;
John Swift, of Philadelphia City,
Thomas Nicholson, of Beaver,
II. Jones Brooke, of Delaware,
Jas, T. Hale, of Centre,
Dr. Robert Nebinger, of Berks",
John L. Butler, of Luzerne,
Thomas Craighead, jr. of Berks,
Dr. Samuel Duffield. of Lancaster,
Matthias Shaw, of Bucks,
Samuel Seibert, of Franklin, ,
John Covode, of Westmoreland,
Benj, Bartholomew, of Warren,
Dr. Geo, N, Eckert.of Schuylkill, .
John M, Sullivan, of Butler,
C, P, Markle, of Westmoreland,
Thos, W, Duffield, jr. of Philadelphia,
Willard Jackson, of Wyoming, .
Mr Darsie thanked the Convention for
the honor conferred upon him in select
ing him as the President, in a neat and
forcible speech which was greeted with
rounds of applause.
Tho Officers having taken their seats,
and the Convention being thus permanent
Mr. Magehan moved to proceed to the
nomination of candidates for Canal Com
missioner: which was agreed to, and the
following nominations were made:
Mr. Magehan nominated Samuel D.
Jas, M, Power,
Ed, E, Biddle,
" Jos, F, Quay,
" Jos, Pattox,
nomination of Mr. Quay was
withdrawn at his request.
The Convention then proceeded to bal
lot for a Candidate, witij the following
result. ' - -
Samuel D Karns .
James M. Power
William Tweed '
Joseph W, Palton
Cieorge Craft .--'
had . 33 votes,
. 31 . "
. . 4 M 1
- . 3 -
' : 2 '
" 2 44
- 1 44
Neither of the candidates having
majority, there, was no election. :
A number of the candidates were then
withdrawn, and the Convention proceed
ed to a
SECOND BALLOT. r".
Samuel D, Karns . had; 45 . votes,
James M. Power 49 . 44
Joseph Konigmacher 44 , . 6 44 1.
Again no election; when Mr, Konig
macher was withdrawn, and the Conven
tion passed to a
THIRD BALLOT. ;;
Samuel D. Karns had . 44 votes
James M. Power 44 ; 58 44
James M. Power having a majority of
all the votes polled, was declared duly
nominated as the Whig Candidate for Ca
Mr. Kunkel submitted a resolution ap
proving the nominetion, "and pledging it
the support of the - Convention; which
Mr, Edie offered a resolution for the
appointment of a state Commute by the
President, to consist ok fifteen members:
which was adopted. : v .
On motion of Mr. Brady, a committee
of nine was appointed to report resolu
tions for the consideration of the Conven
tion, as lollowsi ..
Messrs. J, E, Brady, D; M, Smyser
Jos. R, Chandler, Jno, C, Kunkel, Benj.
Thomson. Maris Hoopes, John Covode,
Banj Bartholomew and II. M. Bracken
ridge. On motion of Mr: Mackey, the .follow
ing committee were appointed to inform
Mr. Power of his nomination, to wit:
L, A, Mackey, Jas, D, Dunlap, Ed, C,
Markley, ' Alexander Hilands, and John
On motion Win. T, Sanders, Jos, J,
Clyde and A, J, Jones were appointed a
committee of finance. ;
The Convention then adjourned to meet
again at seven o'clock this evening.
Seven o'clock, P. M.
The Convention met agreeably to ad
journment. The Chairman announced the follow
STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE.
John P, Sanderson of Lebanon, .
Samuel D, Karns of Dauphin, .
Jos. Konigmacher of Lancanter,
James Martin of Dauphin,
James Fox of do . ;
Morton McMichael of Philadelphia.
-George Erety of - do -
Theo. D, Cochran of Lancaster,
H. Jones Brooke of Delaware,
John R, Edie of Somorset;
Wm. Butler of Mifflin,
Jno, B, Johnson of Erie,
Jno, J, Slocum of Luzerne, ,
Edgar Cowan of Westmoreland,
4 W, J, Howard of Allegheny,
Mr. Magehan rose and addressed the
Convention in a few remarks, in the
course of which he stated that notwith
standing the defeat of the candidate he
had the honor to nominate, Samuel D.
Karns, he was authorized by that gentle
man to slate that his aflection for Whig
Principles were far superior to nil per
sonal considerations, and that he pledged
himself most heartily to thenrdent sup
port of the nominee of the Whig party.
This announcement was reeeived with
On motion of Mr. Nicholson, the
nomination wus adopted unanimously ,and
by acclamation. "
Mr. Brady, from the committee on res
olutions, reported the following:
Whereas.-It has never - been the poli
cy of the Democratic Whigs of Penn
sylvania to disguise the principles they,
profess, or disown the measures they es
pouse and advocate, but rather" to cm-
brace cverv proper occasion to proclaim
them to the world, and court the scrutiny
of enlightened public opinion, persuaded
that the more they are scrutinized and
weighed, the stronger will be their hold
upon public confidence and acceptance:
and Whereas, The Convention of the
party assuming to be the exclusive De
mocracy of the country, which assembled
in this place on the 4lh inst., did, by lay
ing on the table a resolution reported by
the committee on resolutions in that bo
dy, on the subject of discriminating du
ties, with an amendment offered thereto,
sustaining the Tariff of 1842, and refus
ing again to take it up for final action, de
cline and shrink from avowing and pro
claiming their position as a parly, on
this question of such vital interest and
momentous concern to the people ofPenn
sylvania, in contravention of that . spirit
of openness and candor professed so em
phatically in the preamble and resolu
tions adopted, and so signally falsified by
their action: And Whereas, It is .the de
sire of this Convention that the views
and position of that portion of the com
munity which it represents tn this as well
as cn all other subjects, should be known
and proclaimed, without disguise, reserva
tion or concealment: And ifhtrtas The
assembling of this Convention, for the
nomination of "a candidate for the office of
Canal Commissioner presents a' conveni
ent and suitable occasion tore-affirm them
with the frankness and openness becom
ing freemen, proud of their principles,
and not afraid to proclaim . them in the
face of the world; Therefore be it
Resolved, That in ngain unfurling the
Whig banner we inscribe upon its folds,
the same mottoes, which emblazened it
! when we marched beneath it to .victory
' and triumph in the glorious days of 1840,
and when we rallied around it in the no
less memorable truggleof 1841. Though
pierced and torn in many n stubborn con
flict, that "old flag" has never been low
ered or surrendered, and shall wave over
our heads to the latest moment of our po
litical existence. -
Resolved, That the Whigs of Pennsyl
vania solemnly re-iterate the expression
of their unwavering devotion to the Tar
iff of 842! a Whig measure the re
sult of Whig policy passed by a Whig
Congress and which has covered the
country with blessings and benefits; and
we most earnesdy invite and adjure eve
ry true hearted Pennsylvanian, of what
ever parly name, to unite with us in en
deavoring to rescue it from the disastrous
overthrow with which it is now menaced
by the National administration.
Resolved, That we denounce the anti
protection and free trade doctrines pro
claimed by the President of the United
States in his annual message to Congress;
re-affirmed by the Secretary of the Trea
sury in his Treasury report; embodied in
in the Bill to reduce the Revenue submit
ed under the favoring auspices of the
President, to the Committee of Ways
andMeans, of the House af representa
tives of the United States; and endorsed
as good by the deliberate sanction of the
Locofoco party, through its delegates in
Convention on the 4th of March instant,
as false in theory, unfounded in principle,
repudiated by experience, and as fatally
subversive of every vital and cherished
interest of Pennsylvania; M'hich will par
alyse the arm of industry, arrest enter
prize midway in its career, close the shop
of the artizan and mechanic, cause the
products of agriculture to rot in the fields,
and open a golden harvest to the shavers
and speculators, and corrupt and venal
tools of power, enriched by speculation
and rioting in the "spoils" of office.
Resolved, That in view . of the doc
trines and policy of the dominant party
as at present developed, as contrasted
with their feigned professions in favor of
protection and theTarifl of 1842, during
the late Presidential contest, we ask the
people of Pennsylvania whether they
can still resist the conviction that thev
were then most grossly and wickedly de
ceived and deluded; and kindly, respect
fully, but earnestly appeal to them to be
deceived no longer, nor any further to
confide in the selfish and corrupt leaders,
who have lnred them on to the virge of
Resolved, That the unqualified praise
and unconditional approval of the course
of policy pursued by the President and
the Governor of this Commonwealth, ex
pressed by the Democratic Convention
in their resolutions, as published to the
world, whilst the first is striving energeti
cally to destroy the protective system,
and the second cordiully seconds the en
deavor, replaces that party in the posi
tion it always occupied before it was
found necessary to deceive Pennsylvania
into the support of James K. Polk that
of the bitter, determined, aud unrelenting
enemies of the protection of American la
bor against foreign pauper competition.
Resolved, That the members of
the Convention do most solemnly pro
test, and warn their fellow-citizens a
gainst the destructive, policy -of the Na
tional Administration, by which it is pro
posed that the immense mineral wealth,
and the millions of investments in the
manufactures of the country, shall be sac
rificed to a modification of the Corn Laws
of Great Britain, when it is know n that
Great Britain rqust have provisions from
abroad, or her people must starve athome
and that the Government of that coun
try will be compelled to take provisions
from the-United States, without any con
ditions of a reduction of the Tariff of
1842. This attempt to beguile the peo
ple with a pretended reciprocity of trade,
is of the same character with the decep
tive course that poclaimed the successful
Presidential condidate(during the late can
vass,) a "better friend of the Tarifl" than
his illustrious opponent. The success
that was built on falsehood, is to be sus
tained by deception.
Resolved, That in the name of the peo
ple of Pennsylvania, burthened as they
are with taxes that will scarcely admit of
any further augmentation, and bowed
down beneath the load of an enormous
debt, contracted in the construction of
works of JVali anal utility, we claim our
just share of the proceeds arising from
the sale of the Public Lands, held m trust
for the several States by the United States;
and that it is one of the doctrines of the
Whig party, now re-affirmed as earnest
ly as it is denied by our opponents, that
such distribution, on the Federal or some
other fair and just ratio, should be made
without delay: Therefore.
Resolved That we accept the issue
made by our opponents, of hopeless in
definite, remidyless taxation, with a still
further increase of the burthen, on the
one part, or distribution, with an imme
diate reduction and eventual removal of
the burthen entirely; and espousing the
last,--will fearlessly and confidently await
the decision of the people. .
Resolved, That if we are to judge of
the future from the past, the public works
of Pennsylvania, if left as they have been,
in the uncontrolled power and manage
ment of the dominant party, will remain
as ihey always have been, a source and
instrument of corruption, venality, pecu
lation and fraud, absorbing unnecessarily
a largo portion of their revenue, in min
istering to the cupidity and enriching the
pockets of those entrusted with their man
agement, and their train of useless, and
often irresponsible hangers-on and follow
ers. Resolved, That inasmuch as tho debt
contracted in the construction our Public
iraprovments rest alike upon our citizens,
and that all are equally taxed to defray
the interest and charges of management,
it is eminently just thai the Whig party
should have a voice in regulating and con
trolling the expenditures upon them.
Resolved, That the retrenchment of the
expensers of the National and State Gov
ernments, by cutting off all unnecessary
expenditures, and introducing a rigid sys
tem of accountability and economy, is
one of the measures to which the " Whigs
look for the relief of the people, and that
they pledge themselves to the attainment
of this object, so desirable to all, by en
deavcring to secure the election or ap
pointment of men to office, who will la
bor faithfully to accomplish it.
Resolved, That we holdjiho principles of
the Whig party adequate to all the wants
and exigencies of the Government, and
the rights and comforts of the people, and
that they pledge themselves to the attain
ment of this object, so desirable to all, by
endeavoring to secure jhe election or ap
pointment of men to office, who will labor
faithfully to accomplish it.
Resolved, That this Convention, pro
foundly impressed with a sense of the
importance and truth of the doctrines
hereinbefore set forth and expressed, pre
sent lo the People of Pennsylvania, of
all parties, who are penetrated with a like
conviction, the n3ine of James M. Pow
er, as a candidate to fill the office of Ca
nal Commissioner, at the ensuing Gener
al Election, as a gentleman every way
qualified to carry them out in successful
action, well deserving all their confidence,
and eminently fitted to fill the station use
fully and honorably, and who, if elected,
will do all in his power to redeem the
pldges and fulfil the promise made in his
The resolutions having been read a mo
tion was made to proceed to their second
reading; when they were postponed for
Mr. Smyser then submitted to the Con
vention the following letter which was
read and was greeted with rounds of ap
Harrisburg, March H, 1816.
To the President of the Democratic
Whig Convention now in session.
Sir: I desire through you to return my
most grateful thanks to the members of
the Convention who supported me as a
candidate for the office of Canal Com
missioner. Although not favored by a
majority of the votes of the body over
which you preside, I beg leave to say
that my zeal in the cause is not impaired,
nor my desire for the succes of the nom
inee, the less. In voting for Whig candi
dates, we substantially vote for Whijj
principles; the two are inseparable, and as
I am determined to support Mr. Power
with all honorable energy, 1 have only to
entreat of mv friends to "go and do like
wise." I am respectfully.
Your obedient servant,
S. D. KARNS.
Mr. Kaufman also presented . the fol
lowing letter; which was read, and was
cheered with no less anthusiasm.
Hughes' Hotel, March 11, 1846.
Geo. Darsie, Esq.
Dear Sir: Understanding that misrep
resentations prevail that some of the can
didates before the Convention are dissat
isfied with the choice, the undersigned
takes the occasion to say that the nomi
nee of the Convention, James M. Power,
meets with his warm and cordial appro
val, and that he pledges himself and his
friends of the "Old Guard," to use their
utmost endeavors to procure the triumph
ant election of tint nominee.
On motion, the consideration of the
resolutions was resumed on second read-
ing, and being again before the Conven-
hon, able and animated speeches were
made by Messrs. Randall ol Philadelphia,
Smyser of Adams, Brady of Franklin,
Gowanof AY estmoreland, Johnson ofE-
ric, Conrad McMichael, and Chandler of
Philadelphia; when the resolutions were
The thanks of the Convention were
voted to the Commissioners of Dauphin
county for the use of lhe Court House;
and to officers for the faithful discharge of
It was then resolved that the proceed
ings of the Convention be published in
all' the Whig papers of the Common
Thres hearty cheers were given for
Power, and three for Kirns; when
The Convention adjourned sine die.
THE I14II.UOAD miX.
AN ACT to authorize the Baltimore
and Ohio Railroad company to con
struct a reilroad through Pennsyl
vania in a direction from Baltimore
to the Ohio river at the city or
Section 1. Be it enacted by the Sen
ate and House of representatives of tho
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in Gen
eral Assembly met, and it is hereby en
e'acted by the authority of the sam, That
the assent of this commonwealth b and
the same is hereby given and granted to
the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad compa
ny incorporated by an act of the legisla
ture of the state of Maryland passed on
the twenty-eighth day of February Anno
Domini one thovsand fight hundred and
twenty seven, entitled "An Act to incor
porate the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad
company to locate anu construct ana
maintain a continuation of the railroad oC
the said company from the town of Cum
berland in the state of Maryland to the?
city of Pittsburgh, under and subject ta
the provisions, conditions and restriction
hereinafter enocted; Provided, That
within six months after the completion,
of said railroad lo Pittsburgh, and semi
annually thereafter, the prper officers or
agents of the said Baltmore and Ohio
Railroad company shall make out, under
oath affirmation, andtrasmit to the treasu
rer cf this state a statement exhibiting tho
amount of tonnage of whatsoever kind or
description and the number of passengers
that may have passed over the entira
length of said road between Pittsburgh
and Cumberland during the preceding;
six months, and that 'they hall also at
the same time pay into the treasury of
this commonwealth a tax or duty on all
tonnage of whatsoever kind or deocrip
tion, except die ordinary baggsge of pas
sengers that may have passed over tha
entire length of said road between Cum
berland and Pittsburgh during the last pro
ceding six months, at such rate as tho
legislature may hereafter direct, not ex
ceeding twenty-five cents on every ton
thereof, and also pay into the treasury
aforesaid at the same time a tax or dutv
on all passengers that may havo passed
over the entire distance of said road be
tween the aforesaid points during tha
last preceding six months at such rates as
the legislature may hereafter direct, not
exceeding fifty cents for each passenger,
uutil a railroad shall be constructed con
necting the Columbia with the 83id Bal
timore and Ohio railroad by moans of tha
Cumberland Valley or any other railroad,
and when such connecting road shall ba
constructed, the said tax or duty on pas
sengers shall not exceed twenty-fire cents
for each passenger, and the legislature
hereby reserves the'right to adopt such
additional measures to secure a faithful
compliance with the conditions of thi3
proviso as may hereafter be deemed nec
essary. Provided also, That if it shall'
be deemed necessary, the governor of
this 'commonwealth may appoint a stata
agent or agents, not exceeding one for'
each train of cars, who shall have the
right to travel at all times over said road
between Cumberland and Pittsburgh in
the cars or other vehicles of said sompany
as shall or may be used for the transpor
tation of passengers, free of any charge
who shall have free access at all times to
examine and inspect the books, accounts,
waybills, of frieght; permits, manifests,
and all such other books and papers of
said company as may be necessery and
proper to enable the said agent or agents
to ascertain and keep a true and just ac
count of all the goods, wares, merchant
dize and tonnage of every kind and de--scription
that shall or may be carried or
transported on or over said road between
Cumberland and Pittsburg, and the num-
ber of passengers travelled on the same,
And provided also That if a greater num-
ber of agents on said road shall be re
quired by any act of the legislature of
Pennsylvania, the governor may appoint
an additional number who shall have
right to pass free of charge as aforesaid.
Section 2. That the said railroad
shall be located north and east of tho
Manongahela river by such route as tha
said company may deem expedient, and
the said company may proceed to con
struct the said road upon the like princi-
nToa mul nlnns anl under nnrl unhiprt tf
j Eame regulations, powers, immunities,
privileges, conditions and resections as
j are t,jt cnjoined and provided
- lhe saiJ act ofthe statc a( Maryland,
. so raras tae same or any clause or part
i thereof may not be inconsistent with this
! ... provided. That no lateral road ex
ceeding one mile in length shall be made
or caused to be made, purchased or caused
to be purchased, leased or rented by said
company within the state of Pennsylva'.
nia. without the consent of the)' .
me conseni ui uc '
f. And provided fur
r sums of money cVn
That no sum or
t i i u
certificate for a lees 8T-fltJnt than fify
dollars shall be issued, vt r mmrvj,,,.
sh dl not either in the unt; cf Marylai.d,
j Virginia or Pennvyl-anja make isue or
u!ter or cause to be made i?uad or utter
ed any certificate or note of any amount
whafjorvercaleulafcd for r iVc.v.'ed a a