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Wednesday, September 18, , 1844.
JAMES k. POLK,
--.-Far Vice Piesidenti ,
6BORGE M. DALLAS,
Etcetera fir President and Tice President.
- WrLsoit WCAND I 4 B sq. eixatorial.
' Asi.Dtsteen, 3
I:George F. Lehman. 13.f/cage Selmbel.'
.2,, Christia n•Enessa. 14. Nadel B. Eldred.
3. Williim H. Smith. 15. M. N. 'Jilin.
1 4!-JOIrt Hill; (Phila.) 16. James Woodburn.
Saniltel Leech:- 17. aughbientPmerY
6. Samuel Camp. 18. Isaac Ankney.
7'. l .lesse Sharpe. John Matthews.
B: N. W.:Sample. 20.1Villiam,Pautmarm
9..Wm.Heidenrieh. 21. Andrew Burke..,
10;Coririd Shinier. '
Sispben 23; Christian Meyers.
12, Jonah Brewster. Robert Orr.
. _ •
FRANCIS •R. ,SHUNE.S
. OF ALLEGUIANY.
. • . •
• -For 'Canal Commiuldaer ,
Af,II3 , HITA., HARTOIpRIVE I
FOR CO„NORE88. ,
[For 'the unexpired tertnOf A.H.Rend, dee'd.,)
GEo. Flllthlts bF SUSQ,'H..IO4Ii'I:
DAVID WILMOT ! OF . BRADFlitip
IRAD. WILSON, CANTON.i. :
JOHN ELLIOTT ! OF *YALU SING.
L. PUTNAM, OP GRANVILLP..
. • FOR AUDITOR,
3. M. BISHOP OF DUB-ELL.
It has been toil often the fate' of the
Democratic' party;tsiencOunter not only
the open and firce opposition of its - Old
and ithplacable enemy; federalism ; 'but
also to contend against the insidnons and
.covert qittacks of hypo Critical and ipre
tended, friends. Faction generally seeks
some foundation, hoiever false, to rear
itself•upon. Ititakei advantage of Mcrae
strifes, whichgio w'ont of individual pre
ferene.e.s for men, and after' the reviler
action of the party has flied upon tite
endeavois - to Lcreate opposition
among the disaffected and their friendir:
It'is rare indeed, that the spirit of faction
and 'disorganization, exhibits a front so
1 bold as toraiist the unanimous nomina=
1 tion of the ~part; He moat be kbold
Lan indeed, - Who attempts it under Such
circa lances, or else one so lost to prin
ciple Armor as a politician—so-desti-
tut., of 'Political standing and character,
that he can fall no lower, and is there
- fore indifferent and reckless of his fate.
We have been led to these remarks
from the public announcement oil). M.
Bnll that he is in the field as a candidate
itir Congress: We have been some
what inthiitely associated' with Mr.
Bull in business and in politics, and en
tertain towards him personally the kind
est feelings. We' regret the course he
is pursuing; and would fair) palliate it if
zve c#4. -We hare, however, a high
ditty to diricharge;• as the organ of the
democratic party of this county,'and
We' arerresfilved not to flinch from its
fieitirmaiiee: l , The republicans' of Brad-
fordOook ' tei us; to speak -.boldly ..and,
learleasly their sentiments and wilh'and
they -have a right so to Took. From'
them* reteirs'iour '-patronage---to'
thens we look 'PR' encouragement and
sup i ort. , •,
SlimeAveelts in adV3llO3 of the sitting
of our convention, Alr. Bull openly took
the fieldas iiiitiSiidate and madeall theief
forts he could "to seetitna majority'Of the
dologete4.and t obtain the regular nomi
nation of this. county. - He claimed !that ,
as \a democrat, be had a right so to do:
•We did not question his-Tight to seek a
regular nomination, although as we in
fo:inlied him, weregarded the mindtf the
pfly,la fixed Ron' b l .o,Wilmot, and
that any 'Mims Which. hntaight make,
vanddr.,prove net only 'unavailing: but
mortifying to his feelings and pride.--
,We also expeNsed that be
co in' not g et Avioeligates.
siVi 4 4z whi chwed compose the con-
yoution., 4e, 'thought. or PFOressau
' t hi°k; gis4us,,h9liver,
opnooes Auit Mr
WilatOt - did - re
eervts the' .tothiviiittott his oiposititin
•orOild' then' cease Thoryirialf waif. that .
in, full 'convetztOn, iitSLY4ie d ' elogOies
present, bir-Ilttli was destitute Ufa Sin
gle friend to, even bring his name before
the c,onven4n; titul Mr. Wilmot on the
first ballot eived every vote, It is in
vain to set down such a result as the
operation or the dictation of a junto. It
was the sitintaifeous.ind.:,tnranincms
voice of the party; and if further proof
of • -thia were leaping, be foun4
in the fact, that near sixty of the dele
gates came instructed for Mr. Wilmot
without a dissenting_voice in.the_soyeral,
townships. It was ouch a nomination
as no other man ever received, or proba
bly ever will again receive in this coun
ty. It was the highest compliment that
could have been paid to; Mr.- Wilniot;
and such an one,ras few - men in this
state or union ate so fortunate as to re
ceive? Yetagarnst such a nomination,
Mr.: Bull attempts to rear the standard of
disorganization ! . -He enters,-the field , as
a candidate, against the unanimous voice
of the party to which he professor' to be
-164.; He turns. a ,-,begging :face ,
wards the opposition , and with„ beaded
knee ardor their support.,, r ,Still he claims
to be a democrat. O u t'tupop . such de-
mocracy. For such conduct there is no
apology..—with ,such men we,, can have
nos political sympathies or feelings...
If the whig party choose to - make M.
tall their candidate, instead , of an old;
consistent, and faithful „partizan:and he
comes before the people as such„
save note wont to 8 4Y ; .4t 4 0 Pro'
test against any claims to the support.of
democrats which he may set
In conclusion we eve to our friends
aboaad, assurance, that the Democracy
of Bradford is as firm as . a rock. Disor
ganization and : faction " may do its worst.
Our candidate for Congress will receive
the largest democratic majority that has
been given in Bradford in the last ten
years. We should not be surprised, if
Mr. Bull alone is the opposing candidate,
if it exceeded one thousand.., Bradford
looks loiter sister counties to sustain
her canditate with their full party ma
jorities,, and , if they, do so, we run no
hazard in the prediction, that Mr. Wil
mot will be_ elected by. such a majority
as was never before given to any candi
date in this district.
As the contest draws near, the spirit
of Democracy is every where rising and
diiplaying an energy that cannot be re
sisted. The coon' forces in 1840 were
marshalled • and brought into the field
months .before the Demecratic troops
were orgenited or prepared for action.
This' gave the enemy an adiantage they
do• nor now possess, for is every state
where the elections have taken place,
the Democrats have shown theirDisual
strength, and proved themselves• to be
It is only - when we are supine, inac
five and destitute of all organization,
thatihe Federalists can obtain any ad
vantage over us. It is not in the power
of Bank aristocracy, with their long pm..
see and their miserable attempts at hum
buggery and deception, to conquer the
honest, sturdy democracy of this country.
majority of the people can neither be
deceived nor corrupted ; they can neither
be driven by threats and oppressions of
the insolent egaristocrate, not seduced by
the low arts of the office-seeking demo
goglies, who are “atooping to conquer."
If we are beaten, it will be our own
fault, from the manor activity, vigilance
and energy. This is proved by every
contest. When the Democracy have
put forth their; fun energies, which can
only be done by organisation, and active
eienicnie, they are always `iieforionsi
'except in suites where frau& has teen
systematized and carried out by the fedei
ral functionaries to' defeat , them.- This
system% if our Mends are awake, they
can foil. must, and will in :eve) , state,
when the- great r and final- - battle comes
on. : Theywillnot suffer black cockade
Federalism andfraudiintheir unhallow-
ed union, to edit upon the reins of gov-
ernment is long as threat% prevent it.—
The formes. mechanics, and laborers,
who ask , nothing from government but
protection ~and equal rights, will never
permit the :stock jobbing, papepowney.
mongering crew. who - are again "stoop.
ing to- conquer.," to rule .averthem.—
They•wilinot , submit. their , necks to so
grevions a yoke, whilst they have . means
ro , prevent it. ',Aut. let. no ; one beliele
that his ,individual.azertions, or. that his
single vote, is of no iniportauceAhat quint
are - enough to:fight thelattlo withein
bint. ,. - This- is ,- .lt ; dangerons error. ,d t.
such a crisisp when the. enemies•of :Der,'
mocrany are organized like a -military
force, and .will bring every man into,the
field, the democracymannot•be. isaferliut,
by pursuing the same•courseq- Awake !.
Democrats Awake l,
then, fellow-democrats 90 organize
Shall it be eeiii;thttiithrosi;,Oontending,
for liberty and otu o*, al: 1 ,1;4s vigi
lant and active than , dtsi - eistrivii:g for
power, -:,special privilegei•and Juonopo•
lies f' ' _ '
The spontaneous, nomination of F.
L_Soutix.,by, the„ prevailing_ voice of
the Democracy, as al.andi„date , for Go
vernor place of the lauteuted Mu&
lenburg—hasbeen ratified by l theurtani-
MOUS expreision : ,.of a convention of
legates from rieaily * l ivery County in the
State. The name of Sounitiiiiiriloats
in the breeo at the 'matt heed of every
Demoeratic papeOn the, f State. a
baud iii:biohere• Pari
in the old, Keystone state, are marching
boldly and steadily .fOrwardici , certain
'victory. We Mich
or our pod old ItePutdiein Coniriott
weilih will roll up a much large majori
ty than usual for .all: i her Democratic
flambee - a. We confidently belieVeihe
Will give: more thaO f ".2o,ddO,' "
MEssits..E. S. Goonntun Son..--,1
was highly amused to seethe. gremlin
rade which' the writer for . the. 'argus
makea over the nine COluniri let te r , writ
ten by, a late, Harrisburg Editor,
r • •
one who took, an tiedve- parriu favorer
Rimer;- -the memorable . Buck • Shin
war) and signed hy theßeri. T~Pnt- Sari=
„ It is really arninangto those who
know. dtis „msm, ,to see, the manna in
which they try to make him out a person
of. some importance: The dirt:iota:l
as that . it is an 4 , important change ; 4 and
that the loco's fee Lits magnitude.". ,It
is just about as important as that of .the
great General in Connecticut, over whom
the Federate made a great parade in their
papers; but ,who turned out to te,nothing
more Oriels t4ari-An old Neg.*: -
The neighbors of this. Reverend. Gen
tleman (1) - know him scowell that they
take no notice of him ; and I , :tvotild not
at this time, were it not that where, he is
not known, , he may be thought peratin
of ,some •6. importance.", 'nuke who
have known him:from his infaney, say
that he was once a minister of Methodist
EphicOpil deniiiiiiination,but for milmon•
duct was silenced or turned out; and
that he , afterwards joined the Protestant
Methodist denomination, where he still
preaelies when hecan get hearerit. In
political matters, he has turned about an
,times that it is hard to followlim.
He first espoused the cause of Federat
ism ; he next joined the Rati-masonic
party arid supported it while the 'excite. !
ment,existed o upon that subject; be all
terwmds fell back upon /Menages, and
as hey says supported Rider when he
was sleeted. S, 'The first-vote that he ever
gave the democratic ticket wasiakporter's
first election, when he left Federalism
and supported Porter. He is now back
upon the old Federal track, true to his
firs! loveoind it is hoped by his aeigh
bora that he will stay there. ' •
The political weathercock ivho wrote
the letter for hinf t was not mistaken when
he s laid in it that the Committee of the
Towanda Clay Club had overrated his
influence, for it is a fact, that he has
babbled politics spmugh in his sermons,
that he could no longer get hearers.
Such persons as this Reverend. Gen
tleman (!) & who take advantage of their
profession and go about the country . re ,
tailing falsehood' and slander upciti
chraacter of both public and private m e n;
I know are; beneath notice, but im
pression person would get from,,the
4rgus,woWd be, that, he wag a man o f
some influence, which is not true; and
that must be my dense.
I . 1 000 - Aci 4 rend , G 97
tra411715:., , . „ Natosinon,.
• , NELANCROLY AND YATAL • ACCIPENT.
—On - Saturdaylast about eseeloeltP.,W,
Dr . ; Irani:Wen; of *illy, in this *WS'
in,raising a hickory pole. bo g ie Of the
fastenings gave way and durPolefallkng,
struck bins 'On the head' . a#4, **ally
sjaiiie(l) `T ira to pieces ~Ie:
estimable 3 , Ciiizen about thin: years o f
age,e-and ,b,as ~wlfn: and' child-to
mourn hie *Minutely daitnietimi t !Verily
as In the mist lik'rie stv;
jr4Lil ript' to
folo'tbe milts of` bo WtioObliceo,partyt
aodmergb., forward ;: melee .ihe ;Deaner
of Polk. Dallas. and Sltt#'l4ielotory;
will make _*Plgicath;P:4l.#9o4.os i peri
Qlzt ranks are
_beerlyl4ll4 ! et, jine
:no -coned 0 9 1 ; arl!gslY,
.yet receive_ you with aiieniftyWelcbrilt:
FREEMEN IN COUNCIL
Great la Meethigat TeWanda,
On the 1905 onlepteniber.
The Anniversary of Commodore
Perry's Victory on Lake Erie on the
10ths of September, -1813, was chosen
as an, appr opriate d ay, for the democra
cy of Biadfad; and 'thole citizen, "of
our neighboring 'counties, 'who might
choose .to visit nit, - to meet en mass; at
Towanda, to • hear the great principles
fOrirldcli - theY were clintending
ed, ;and ` exchange " congratulatidns upon
the bright ; "110 (a r orab a prospects of
the success. of. demonic,' and gulf
righti; t.Pennsylvania's favorite eon,"
the Hoe; I'AMES I BUCHANAN, had
giVeri,,assurante l that if life 'and heallh
were spared him, he wOuld be.with us,
and exchange greetingewith his friends;
and other distinOished and eloquent
speakers were Confidently, expected to
add an interest to., the meetink... From
every, aectiou assurances , came ..:that. a
simultaneous. rally. of. .the ::democracy
would be madeen that day, andetrani.
fiiitation , of, the' tinconquerablisPirit of
thq dernqeriey elicited
strike.terror. to ;the hearts. of.the Feder
alists, ands'show coonery that the 'del
indpricy 'of - Bradfaid were 'Erin id thb
good cause, as.unshaken as hVs
everlasting , 1..,- '
On Friday evening, the .sth inst., a
lettliwis received from Mr; BeettAitaw,
stating - diet he bad heeri 'seized hY, a
were illness and, expressing much tear
that he should be obliged. to - forego all
the pleasure he had anticipated from a
visit frieeds in 'Bradford. Act
ieg under the impression that he would
not be present on the , 10th, the meet
ing tree postponed until the 25th met.,
and information conveyed in every di
recdoe: Mr. BIICIIAN4N I accompanied
by:J. W. Forney, arrived at Towanda
on Sunday evening; however, and bat
one day remained to give notice, that
the meeting would be held on the 10th,
as drat contemplated. The utmost en
deavors were made to give publicity to
the intelligence;but we fear that many of
our de m ocratic friends within, 4e a great
number, without the county, were nn
apprised- of the arrival of Mr. 8., and
were consequently debarred the pleas
ure eflisteninito,his eloquence.
_ Notwithstanding these 'opposing cir
cumstances the meeting; exceeded dou
ble any gathering ever helstin Northern
Pennsylvania, the 'Democracy of the
North, thh sturdy yeomanary of the
green hills of Bradford,. SusqUeliahna
and' Tinge-. were out , in iheir might,
while the numbers were swollen by the
company of their brethren of Wayne,
Wyoming and golninbia, and Tioga
and Chemung counties in the. State of
New York. We fear we should be
deemed guilty of exaggeration should
we plaCe Or estimate of the number at
the 'general opinion expressed on the
day, but certainly , not less than (FIF
TEEN THOIISAND people crowded
every: wrenne of our town.
As early as Moitday a large number
of Democrats hid arrived fOr the pac.
pose of attending the Mass , Meeting,
and in. the evening a large and enthu
elastic crowd gathered around the"stand
who were, addressed,by Joan IV. Poe
way, editor of - the Lancaster intelligen
and. by Jam 1. Au.slt, of the
Wityne County Herald'. - -
.Tll4 XORNING .OV THE TENII,It,
Was, ushered in by the sound :or Can
non, and broke tiplin. a lovely day;
givifig assurance of 'that • bright
cious monh.'which should `dawn .up
our,beloYed country at the cominTel e o.
donor Polk, 'Dallas and eltiii:s.m The
stars and stripes were: ficAtini . Ito 'fe e t
from ground,• on hickory
the thq l hefertf, ata extensive Prepare
tlei,aB had beer . .'iruide by the 'Commit - dee
ef ar:anesmbite, for the accomModa
'tin of the" speakers; and rif :ihnsi at
*aiding the m e eting:
b‘ur, a livint ttdc , began
to . pa:m.4mm tVery section,. InM
rough, aid bin before , the t. arritiol- of a
single delegation, an
tude crowded the town. —. At lively!)
?clock, the delegation from the E a stern
townships care! in',tight.i . q Ifiad*,
deed - wan situp wjth' batmers;'inid ‘ ihel
blight Well - hlive persuaded the Fededi
that! , Bitname wood hSd come
"' Fide Icing tim e swap,. , „ ,
tinned' inaiebinto and sqlie
ail zvais stlli they. come," For literal y.
came sitlw,winde time,
(*ikon fared* fire. lencleit„
They ease; the /rave. come
When nairkersre strandedA
• ThaXastern delegation was pre eed •
ed by the Laceyville Band, mid Nar
shalleitby J. E. Prourr, and cottiist;
l'ed of an immense number of waggons,
ibostli - duwn. by four horses, trammed
eid l ehadellbje, yomig4tiekoties: -
theltrocesswitbante , WYgoi,
once:federal, but bow redeemed,' re..
generitiedarid dieentbrilled.'? Alike
nese of Jame Buctiarrau, beautifully
deborated with ever greens, and flow.,
ere, was borne in,a four horse waggon,
loaded with voters. - ,
Warren sent forth her hardy •ilemb•
crass, with a flag, proclaiming that,
Warrot goes . for Polk and Dafiai."
,s,J)tibiell, and South Hill were well
represented, end their delegation bore
a Sag insitibed With' the nattie - of their
township.:7 :•; -•
Rome came in force, the &at wagon
beingloid'' with'. about 60 voteit
bearing a. banner on ' which - watkanurth ,
with theovords, , -•-,, • ~ -
NSand.fa . 1 444mosi.°149n# 1 ,i,.cake
: Standing Stone emit korth her. farinere,
who signifiedAttir opposition to the
Pattie! pititectiielitility O'Benii
by a banner on which 1 svai , Painted: , a
sheaf of wheat .surrounded the im
plements, of ; busbpndrY, and., mferibed,
,A .soli 107,0 the , gnat
interests of the equfitry." .
Other banners from this democratic .
totionshiP, unfurled to the ' breeze the,
namet‘of the denitieratie candidates, •
• From Pike came whip' and beauti
ful banner, giving information that those
who bore it were the ,
"Piki Democracy.-:-Polk, pailTiosu!Shunk."
Sheshequin sent more ;Democratic
voters than the number of democratic
votes ever polled before, and gaie'as
stirance of the increased. support.they
would render_ the. „candidates whose
names were ulioa bamter,
The other townships evisiof he
er were all well repreeented;"and their
delegationcarried banners and flags With
the names of the "democratic nominees.
The delegations from.the.Sonthern
townships began to arrive about noon,
marshalled by G. H. BULL, and others.
'Towanda tp. led the procession, des
ignated by a number of flags and ban
ners. First was a_ full length likeness
of Col. Polk, ,representing him in . the
Speaker's chair, and inscribed
" Polk and Da lkts. Hpnad and Capable."
Another banner from this township,
once federal, but now democratic, was,
" We have met the enemy; and they are ours."
Young„Democratic Durell, was well
represented, and her enthusiainic sons,
adopted the declaration of Col. Polk as
4 The question is shall we hare a republic
without a Bank, or a B,aak without a..ite
Wyalusing sent her democrats to the
council, who testified their wish , to im
prove the present golden moment to re
gain a portion of our territory by a
" Texps the lone (*) is coming."
And signified their abhorance of du•
elling, and their sympaihy for the un•
fortunate Cilley, by a flag hearing the
"Remember the death of Ci "r..
Franklin had her entire democracy,
we should judge, in the procession, and,
declared her love for democratic.pnn
mples by the words they bore on their
" Equal Right.-No Moncpoly:"
Le Roy lent her aid to the rally and
her democrats bore a flag designating
theniselves as the
"The lieracy of Le_Roy."
Monroe was here en masse, and ex
pressed her attachment to the good
cense by a flag with the inscription
"Polk, Dallas and Annexation 4"
Democratic Albany' sent a host to
swell the mighty tide and proclaimed
by her blamer that her sons were for.
"Polk, Dan" Bhindi and Wihnot. •
"Equal Piotcetion to a/f.k
Cherry With a vote alloust entirety,
dentocratie, turned out in grat number
to cheer on the deinoetats of her sister
townships, by her eganvles an bore
proudly :aloft a banner. with the inteltli
"Banner tp. Odd L,yeoping." , •• .
Deaths on Coons. an 4 good fir / 50 snliargY
• for Pork, Dallkoand:Sionik.7
A banner = from this township. bore
the memorable ' words of the, gallant
Perry, whose military _ valor they were
Wehare met the'Eizemyand they ate ou&'
' The' delegaiiou. froit 'the Noithein
teivnebitiii was Marshalled
Vol . ,,Xpiti'''Sviartiadoit i undated by
other gentleineii. "hey were escort
ed by the Unfit Band;'playing their
heat trines: The' tirn-ot4 froni Elmira
iiiiiMairge, but not as lair's:l it would
have'been had jrtiet been ftir the notice
- of =The :bind. - was
Vriiwn in,a'atilindid four heitie'vkaigicin
`ileiOitiked'' vatiotis' 'badges' 'lnd:
beau a beioiffol' Wirer; lepreeent
iug the 4,:tildeir if - Liberty midi* 'one
- hand 'upon * , globes Ti in- .
n t , •
; Vn*Ck '409 ' 2 01 43A1144 Teias."'! Ove -
3 Y en ?l t
.". cha' A usgis iula -- 44 0 ;italCr Qtf 4
the reverse. was %dm Recidelia,,,vf
liberty. pointing to tqlekety treCtlith
the-worda i •
“ Freemen cheer the tliekorilne,”
if. Polk, and Gass e s. A zuci. „
fermi smaller batiners *e 4 ,
Irollhe side of the 4 ehieli. wi t h
;fluent inscriptions such as follows;
4 4 -Butt:L. Clay British Bank."
teertgroan of the old FOO/1:...14 P.
l'isak themee# oB iedi° l l l o the Anitee
Tomas "—H. Clay,"
You'eame too late for Alabama, Indian,
Chemung :atm gsrurasladienp
Bradford;"which she aciepts,hy a h a
,the following -words:
" Th e Deowernof Ck olins Deal
[ sen d s reefing gnu prollitati 000 •
- • - for PoUtneditape . e,
By fat,' sheimost: interestmg
delegation ,ty,le .theilpfe l eance of si l l
those patriots who. might (Or the
itege w hick wonow enjoyr.whsl4
I then as they do 110 WI
Influence. ,They,bore,a hanne kl ,
•6 whir of 176- -Daneerata ople
The democracy,otAthens acacia
force with a must splendid nazi
banner of silks.,-.and represesW
Yo:ing Hickory Clubof v ac .
From Ulster,. a law: delegation
present with quite a num . terof bar
amongst the most proms:enrol' ,
WIN "that" of the Ulster 'De mocrtic
sociation with the sayieg
" Coming Events teal I'
Another flag bore the *v et
it shall be granted,
Make meta for' the Uhler
Various devices and inscriptil
carried in the procession ,
township among which &e
"'Polk, Dallas, andizo zoompplx
Ulster goes for Polk, Dallas mud '
Don't give up the 814"
A wagon loaded entirely with
and decorated ,with young
carried a banger
a The Young Coon`'Hunters bf
A pointed rebuke was offeret
candidate whri has' no sympathy
the laboring man, by a banner w;
" We cut our own wood; and black
The procession of democrats
Smithfield,camein under the
of W. F. KELLOGG, and prep
the Smit4fiehl, Baud. The
b orne by thes e
. unwevering dt
were numerous, aud, very mg,
The first was
" Polk, Baas and an independent
But rurßiitish Bank."
A waggon, containing a lat
of yotnig 'men; was nest in ti
lion with a.banner,
" Make day for the Young Hitkorini
field.for the first time' ioe: will Polk .
for Plreekost in'NoremberlB44.
46 20 in number."
A, waggon in the procession
Smithfield excited general admir
and was very beautiful and approl
Young hickories were raised i
waggon to designate. every State
will Prvbably cant its vote for PA
Dallas, and from the .iop of en
was suspended a Stift:net with
name of the state, and its bombe
The long line of processions
The other western townships weie
tabled, and , did not arrive antic
Buchanan had commencedhinet
They were marshalled by 'F.
and led by . the Troy Band. Next,
band came a waggon shaded With
hickory h 4 9.ughs, and loaded with
lee, with a flag-with the,madi,
" We price Virtue,llonorcoullniek
A ?splendid banner was borne
Troy delegation having on one sic
portrait of Col.,Polk, and on the'
the portrait of. Mr. Dallas.,
A banner. representing a
by the neck to a hickory tree,
ther varmint" feeding it poke
created consideraMe amusement.
Coon was uttering most dolefully,
" fitia' a skinned
The various western townshi
forth their thousands to sw4
throng, with"banners, badge&
mostly . inscribed with the namt
candidateti. We noticed, hoT
venal banners favorable to
" The Annexation of 1 00
And one fdeel2rint most emplv
firm support to ' '
"Just and equal proiedion "
Bonk" t •
Tioga County, Pa., had her del
in the general coniention, ane el
banners was inscribed
• .4 Polk mid the .Young&tkarYi
" Dallas and tidarY."
u Remember. the fote einem *
•"" They shira for my blvd•"' Ci°
Old Sullivan gave' i s provaise
would dO her duty, by her harmer
" Old Sullivgn—good f or its we ,
Pork Dallas and Shook. Pcaith an Cse
From f6.ciftlillaine, came deo
to juin. in ihe .001,111Cds abo
j esi di
other promises, "
'Wayne do, jr,;(ifor 800 0 61 .1
The - mighOL train of hundreds
gone. beating thousands of the
cy aradford„ , .completely
crowded - every - accessible place .
borough. the. etAcimkt .Fen
Chief fdaphal, Jouri
assieled by; his, aids, !MI
course was set }n ,motion, ,an