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i. OLUAIE 11.-Xth 51.
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D._Sum,LY, Esq.Shiretnanstown,_Cumb. Co,
*Seorr'Cairts.,,Esq. Ne.wvill . e . do
.:1). Koorrn,'Esq. Newburgh do
- E_.1,34. /IMES, Esq. Shippensburg do
- Joint YlruNDF,Jet.xcx, Esq. . d 0.... do_
J. NATEEIi, rag . . Hoguestown - do
WiLson, Esq:Meihanrubuirg, - do
• .4: STUAGEON, Esq. Cbufeldown do
'Dr:^AsA Wurrag New Cumberland •do -
--- 1 -L--'sThos.HLAMF,.Esq.--Illoontfi4d r Eerry_county .
Landisburg . do . •
:~'~O-E=T - R-Y=:
'"Witit sweetest flowers corielt'll,
variowsigotAehs with core:,
'For; the ET 11°f#°:
:The sky Clear; and opening Morn,
'Was welcOmed with - resounding horixi.
Whose knoWtOones together drirn _.
The farmer's cheerful little...CTe NV. . _
Tvici-thenightless wights, a giddy pair, '
• ' Renouncing indolence and care,: • •
• Arose before the dawn of
And to the Country trode their
Six-miles were. gained, (such miles as those
Are leaglies to him who loves repose,)
'When these pedestrians, arne and sore, •
• Walked - up before the farmer's door. - -
".Good morning,:lkirS. --. 7 ; how irye
"Quite well I :thankye, how are you?"
'Walk in—Lsit Bowu=tell Sulain, John"
"To haste and set the irreakfast'on:"
. Accostedihus, she thus replied: •
Tiley ate-, then to the'harvest'hied, • _ •
_ And soon, vide i3preadingsferthezround,
ThiCk-gntlering sheaves were Strewn around,
From morn to night no . murm'ring Word:,
Escaping frcim their lips, was•hestrd
."Though sweat emerged froM every pore, •
And every aching joint was sore.
" Why toiled they thuS?"—,the reason's pltiin—
. 'Twee ndt to save the farmer's min
'Ent he'd a . daughter whose fairilice,'
And formwere. fraught with mateliless grace.
• LShe smiled.-4!twaabalm'to cheer the heart—
She sighed—Lititealed the lomat smart—
:She pitied—it was Oil andtrine,
Thus did old Jacob till the soil;
fourteen years' incessant toil, • .
ire" Laban's romping lass he took, e•
• , 'Sweet RaCh6l•tiithlter Shepherd's - oyoolLT
'But now_the..farnArlszt!oi:h.ls o'er,. • '
Ilis.soundiog Seythe is heaill no m ii eT
'Come men and , merry maidens, come,
Lees have ajolly harvest hi;ne.
'"The vows whieh.you have spoken,
TO lotre and cherish her through life-f
OM may they ne'er be broken
Itimember, "she forsakes for thee, '
:Kindred, andfriends, and home—
The keens of childhood's sportiveriesi,
- O'er the-Wide - world to roam!
`-blt!'taite her—She is allthine own - -4
. To thee her Itart
Nor deems the thine can ever be,
When joy will,take its flight
Bat if sneeeeding-yeirs-should-prove I
That she has.jmlged
:How can she look or think tin thee,
Whp thus-bath ma r'd herblieaf
Butstill I hope never be,
..That she'll have mtuse. to geep,, •
death's arni shall lay thee low,
grave to sleet); ' • • •
And that:yenta:ter will•blast the 'topes,
RaisM inter fond - yanng heart!'
tint•gadrd her like a tender
Till ebbing life depart! '
`Fl% * *''lti`redeemible IParti."
. o Srheotatt PtiPeriestioil'its dress/a/ion - an - 4 tiot contra-,
iieri.ihle itith' SP E CIE at thaplace 104eAt issued, will,
. A - Koilifyialle Of the; NatiamarVivOnmeat:P--Govf
Ritner,*Prpolamidian. : :._ -, .. - . ,-- t .": ,! :
' It realest brlttid;urion . thi "--,p00r1ey.4,11te.. - present
„Adreiiiiitratiotirof, the-17041d Governtnenti , that It
. .. _Stands ini - Mswerably charged with : the indletnteld - 91
Gtii,4ltrtze. : Tice only • 'lltiiilliil"?.. Obit: making;
• 41 piper rags” is that of the Federal GOveinteetit.4-..:
: The.9Vy Shin. Plasters now in '. circulation are - those'
of the, Federal 99veretnent....: The only irredeeinahle
..letTeney..now egoat is s that 9f the $03,00q,9p0 ,asked;
Sorihythe ;Pidhident, !passed. by„ . an Admmistration:
..COngtess,;atet noW. used .bi the Office Heldera Of ,the
r edema Govei'nitielitTlhus the Administration whic'
hasitlP idooridenouneeid . tlie. credit of the Theihs, and.
' out'of the i nterstioa Of, i e - i tem silkei pnr.sps"', and
"awimalp the Mississippi ''-,--now beg fir ifsidirien-. 1
ey,d3nt.y"drmmises to :hay ; ' " - one year allsi ,- 41ate,"-- ‘ 1
P . OSTI4OTES;" ..ii lire neinahle' Shin Plasters,"—' 1
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while.,e*ery_hody'ehdhOte . P.s.irokeli kohl and s ilver as'
ithey.ask-foii, with 3.l6,io93ank•Rftgi' 1" st• the - Banks.—'
-Tltedlankti‘havis-resitmed..speeie . .-pseirtients,• • tiiul the
• rGoiermiient fists been: put:s9.6,o6o,noDid delit- '. Th e'
,destrtiyet has iiieorne destroyed. ~,.. The Tit intirwhieh
'lass AdminiArtitioinpropoled to.ltimbletatheillathOs
f . Ambleditself.f.. We suggest to. Mr. it ..lhfroo-the'
Ike ofisugiesting in histnest Messageilhe. oet
o - " taySinkliiit Administration of thei.Otivtir*
hie "he suggested. bvtlie korsiljoisiobles-,
,loge or e Banks.--Neus rork Expre:- . • ,
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A meetink of the friends Of - Josepti - . Rit , -
ner Was held at the house. of Johnliettriek,
in Frankford tOwnship, city Saturday' after
nookthe Bth inst.. The 'meeting was calla-.
posed of the yeomanry .of` the .eotintyy,
. principally aged' Get:mans, wise enthusi
asm gave strong assurance that they are de
-termined-to show _those who haire insulfed
them . by stigmatizing their Oaiternor as_ a
`'.damnede .old Dutch hog,'!- . that they will
not desert • the' :old' wagoner. Seireral ;ad-.
dresses were delkiered, and responded to by
the 'cheers of : the multitude.- - I
The organized - by by thp—ap--
I oin . tinent_cof WI., JO lIN..MY ERS, Presi-
George - -
• On motion, the.following persons were
-appoiored a committee = to draft a preaMble
and resolutitins exPressive :of the sense...ef
the ineeting:Daniel Leekey,Robt. Laird,
-John Winecoop, John llettrick, Samuel
MerkWert, Victor Shannod, Samuel .Gray-.•
. Sarnuel Bowers, and-JolualeKeelyan;
wlitrafter - retiring7a shortthite'retiorted-the
followin prearnhle:aiid resolutions: •....:
--Whereas, - it is the right.:,of the people,
under the Constitution of our, Government,
.freely to express -their --opinions of Men
and MeaSures . . at all times aispecting the
the adniinistration of .our government and.
whereas, we consider the, coining election
as-very.. important, both to our own state
and to the" _Union.: .and' Whereas, Martin
-Van- Buren lias, -long since, _ forfeiteVall_
claim' to the confidence of the people, by
' , declaring that the people rnight , take•care.
of themselves and the _government- would
take care of itself,' and• having uniformly
acted on that principle .With an - apparent
designjo. change.our_government_to_ aristo,
and-Ltake.-into_his.,own. hands both .
_the___purse., i and..‘the. sword_of,the_..nn.tiort.t,
- Therefore be it -
Re3olvid, That we'eann6t support Mar
tin Van Buren for our next -President;. and
as -we consider .. .the election of David- R.
Porter for our next Governor would be an,
aPproyal.of the acts-and measures of, Mar
tin 'Van Buren, as they are; in principle,
identically the same. • - •
Resolved, That we will not support- D.
R. -Porter-for Governor, tecnuse we.know
'of no qualifications, that he liosSesses•which
fi t -hi m_forithe office and„_beean ee _there is
good reason to believe that he is an *moral
and dishonest man Rand because he is in
favor , of .the--Sub-Treasnry. Scheme and a
Resolved, ; That - we will _support the re--
Joseph' Rimer, by all honorable means in
our power, because.he ;is a good governor,
and'an honest men; becauselte• has man- .
aired well for. the •interest; of the State
hle, made .our public - works -- productive
-reduced th,e.. State Debt, "antl'hns.pni e.
giving -equal . chance •of education to
both poor and rich.
Resolved,`_ That the pondutt . of - the, I
friends of Porter' throughout the . state.-, in
insulting, the Governos_ -on account o his
descent; calling him 'dutch log,"-tin4
presenting his. person on.paper for the pur
pose of ridicule, is- degrading t buinan
nature, and shows the - badness orthe.cause
-they_tspase, - • • • •
Resolved; That' We . highliprove of
Govprnor . •Ritiwr's Proclamation;-l
--alreadY; Ito we -find :thatit-is;wrealityiLand
not a, humbug "already can every rtien4.hlii
has good bank. patier . h 6101'04pr for
it, not like the'few' piee -- e:of ckson gold
that was shaken Att , our rioses a : etv, y.ears
ago, onplectionground,.4o . out
of our votes,
ResolOed;'That7tre zdill . use all hoitora
ble,menne toi,prOmote the k eleation..Of the
Ticket nominated by the friends-of Joseph
leaner, ,on Wednetiday't4.si.ki:inOcinc:
Resolved, That .-these . , proeuedings be
signed by the offieers , and published in the .
Carlisle. Republican, the Herald and Ex
,and the German paper
Onmotien,the meeting. adjourned. •
[Signed, by, the Offieeti.,"
'mtikle , , glow*Ar,oir. THE
END!! !." , •
Agreeahly _ td , motice,. a meeting of the
friendi of - .Tosapii ; Ritner Shiie
h 'of Seprn
rnarkstowii.nn'l34nydey the 43t .
bay.- The .meeting was- ~orgnnized iv- the
p res idi n , ;- 7 -; 7
Stottor,is'lrn•diy,= ; .'
• DANIEt.-Stitil.P.llAl4, , •
ZeAnino; . `Eig: •
, ,AI9EL , Ar t tclik , any. „: ,
- 'i:TAcon -
'• BENJAMAN & H°O4PO 3 *
' ' Vice Presidents
A FAMILY ITEWSPAPERr - bEVOTED TO , NEWS, POLITICS, LITERATURE, TT* ARTS AND SCIENCES, AGRICULTaR, AMUSEMENT, &C. &C.
iD DI iñl
SAMUEL - KatiEWELL, •
Jo in4,l - pzowzg, -
• JOHN 'MUSSER,
DAVID BOUGIIWALTER, •-••
, OILER, _
- • -BURORHOIXER,
-•- Vice Presidents;
• Printed and Published, lireehlY, by George Jil. Phillips, - inCarlisle,,Cuniberland • County, Pa.
I . J=o ' , Sheik,
Jolcrr Miller, -
I. D.- Rupp,
David Rexchurd, .
On mption, a Committee was appointed
to draft a preamble - and 'resolutions expres
sive of the.sdniiments of the meeting, viz:
Joseph Messer, Henry Rupp, Robert Wil-
Son, George Sherborne, John -Saddler, John
Sheely, Jr. -
During the time the committee retired to
prepare - resolutions, C. B. Penrose, -Esq.,,
was called on, and ably addressed the meet
ing, whose -remarks- were -reepived with
cheering and aCclantitions. - -
The Committee ,ithen reported the fol
lowing resolutions: ,
_ Whereas, a Crisis is approaching in the
-Political-historytof - our-State-when several
important questions will have to be , answer=
ed, shall we continue. to enjoy the privileges
wHe lave so long been the boast orPennT
sylvania? whether -.our rights of property
are to be longer.preservedt Or'Whetlier the
be put-in practice? whether We shaft • con-
tinue to enjoy the privilege of 'electing our
:statejttlers, or whether we are to submit to
:haye'-placed -over us - men—whose_ o illy re-I
CoMmendation is that. they are the choseti - •
puppets, of 'the wire workerS at. Washing-.
- ton? whether we are - to. enjoy the benefits
- , ,
Of 'a. - SOund -euTrency ? onto have, saddled
upon us . forever irredeemable -protaises- to 1
pay by our bankrupt
-1 tidn ? whether we - are to 'Continue in office
,rnagistrate: of hur •Siate i • whom
'we know - to be• honest,•and who has shoWn.
..himself in -the highest degree capable of
performing the duties of .Governor of-this
commonwealth? or to remove
to-place in the, executive chaii-of Pennsyl
vania-a' man-4 hoseTepu tation-fcr-in tegrity
israt rbest; but doubtful, and, the veryideamf
-whose talents -forgovernment is rediculaus?
Therefote Resolved, Tttat , we believe-it.
our duty to expres'i_in the
manner our `disapprobation of the course
rof President Van: Buren . and the reading'
Measures of his ilininistration, knowing
the - former to he characterized by extrava
gance and' corruption. and The latter to be
frSught with danger to the ,interests :of the
Resolved, That we . a're opposed to die
election of David R. Porter, because he is
.the candidate of”the Van Buren-Party, and
ik-pledged'to *carry out all the hateful and
dangerous_ measures__of, the Van thiren - :a&H
ministration,•and his election would be con-
- .Reseiveil, That - in - the , Sub-Treasury
.Scheme we see a deep laid plot of designing
'politicians to fasten upon us a national-bank
of 'the w9rst description;, one over which
the President of the IThited States has the ,
entire control; one which givep him the
. means of bribery and cor
ruption; .onewhich . gives his office-holdas,
all the silver and gold,, and. which compels
thOpeeple. to make, use of the wretched
substitute called 'shin-plasters. - '
..:.Resolved,.. That we_glor r jri havingsnch ,
n- 1 manio; support as Governor.Bitner, who.'
has always ,been ,the 'firth Mend of Ponn: 1
. . ,
~and Who . has , done more -to .ad- 1
vance her interests than a‘Y'man since 60
_ltis illustricths ~-e Nauctplek, &men '
..Say.doi;_.___:...._.:.,_:._..'. ' '.' ' - ............._.,.. - L.
"Resolved, That we cannot nupport'Da
vid R. Porter, !wens° we,believe him to=
tally incompetent tugeiern this great Corn' -
monwealth . r . 'the public reeords_of our- leg,-
islature - giver:no - evidence'lziflfis-goO,itiitiali;- -
-fies_Us_TaL - Statesman ;.„ he never..stmeeeslett*
1-hie pieferiskin; . bis. bathe until.his nonaiiia
tion was seareely.ever heard out his: oivn
county; , and the sally:- ,reason:foi
ination was that he, was considered a fit and
pliant tool for the hands of Martin Van Arili r '
Resolved, That we have strong practical
evidence of the Statesmanship of Govornor
Ritner; in, the, comparitive, prosperity, of
Pennsylvania, when in every .other .State
there. Was the greateit. pressure and distress.
shown 'himself in favor Jof a State Debt;
and, eonscOuently a State.Tax s .having voted
for - n appropriation - bilfwbich - wduld'have
almost doubled; out state / debt,-, which wad
merely in favor of private' companies,' and
which,would:have taxed. us to pay'.the• in
tOssi, if: 'Governor giber had not inter
posed his. constitutional :poirer,..for -Which
he'deserves and• receives the .thanks of the
people of ,;this fcemrtionwealth, ~ a nd for
kvhich lie.)vill' recelire. as a reward'a majori- ,
_their votes at the 'cominglelection.!...'
'/Fege/viiii That 'the cry of • yroseription
comes; with a bad greed from-teen=' .who
have 'Made it a.rule" to turn 'Mk Of office all
who-are Opponed-tO:theirtinD polities, who
are evencnoW'fitraing out , -Pdat-Masters iii
thie f irid . other counties of the state; =and
who are 'now imitrisiiitffie I-further.
don Of,thef‘hieltory'broorn'.' in CuMberland
epintY, and' he sweeping Mit 'Of; offiice-ull
ri3iippcidis • faVorable tO
gpba'raral . PO l l4 qh - r , WPllits;.4k l '
intrigning village' lawyer,tr,lto, could, nOt.
man : - .04110.rq; TPut;:,,*l;•ieaire - it;
Qt t,for nnotli'er three .Y9. 0 : 1 : 1 P.i0F 411 :. 10 * 6 .1 61 4
Farmer tio:tyglit into
an ~'„exeeeilinglY, state„, of 'cut tite_anOrk,.; ,
Pild:AvAlo .W 9 1 1. 76 7i4 'TAY' Of 'a,
9 6 4 Pik qO, SF-tll4during
.t! 1 Ixt , g)rPe.):01 1 ,1: ' ,
:Raab/110; . 'rya, Wf.; P9,ofiallY-Nikor of'
eti 400:t4tin') 3 3r,„9, 1 0, -61 40 16 k- 44 P. (1,
Piare(ooo44criY:44 . oo o .. ,i411 , f0h 4 ." )
the part of, our: ritt , p(le w ith'
r trE,s D - I r.E itmo
at the head, will feeeive a inajoritiin Cum
-beßandleourity.:_:.. - '•- -
Resolved, , That these proceedings, be
signed by„the cabers of this ineeting and
• [Signed by the officers.j
THE - VAN BtIRENP. '
Martin is taking
. • • --" His flight
Towards the Sulphur White, '
- - Leaving dull Care behind him." .
He wast,at Norfolk on -ihe,2sth, -- I.Vhire
_the_ Oprporation_ gave him a dinner:—
thence he intended to pursue his journey
to the Springs via Richmond, . to recruit
after his unavailing struggle to paps. the
Sub-Treasury Bill. . •
John, his son, -was -present at the-Pbro-
nation - , rvi - E - 6: --- .
deseribes hiereception by . the Queen.z--- 'ley . and 'Whitfield—are tile most extraordi-.
What a thing it is to: be a son of the Presi- nary_body' of men that ever Jived. They
.dent, eh, amta . Democrat at•that? ._ . 'are the pioneers .of- civilization; they heed
--,- " - my - My - 7 - young - =John=Van-Biffin-is---not-danger i -however-iinnibient; they
Lbehaving very: well here. 'He . pins up at ; - not-for. luxuries
,; l . _ tiler - care' not to tread the
Lung's fashionable 'Hotel in Bend Street, ' the
._carpeted'hal, nor to seek learning or.
and quitzes the Engifsh dandies most • un- 1 pleasure ,in eloister, or saloon, but 0n, 7 611
Ihercifuily.. •I, understand als3- that. the l they go, to the remotest vergerof the gtolie,
- Queen is much. better. pleasedTivilli - our !-wherever erring - man-has:watidereit;-Wher,
Prince than with the white.haired oprig •of ' ever-there is ono 130U1 to - be.teciaimed, there
royalty.froni :France—l. mean - the Due iloithey_go, to wrestle with the world, to defy
• Nenionfo., John has a great deal ofrnaturat its temPtatione; to.enlighten its moral-dark
drollery and -- wii about-him,-a-little bizaie rmus - ;,, .._ .- • .___,..
,it is true--..but the poor Frenchman has ; Apart from the.'holy character of-his•mis
rsittlepf• either. Both . .have. • long legs, .but;sibii, there is a motal•grandeur in the - Meth-.
he_form_anil _figure of theDeinoerafis de- - odist itinerant as - hewends hiswaythrongh
,•cidedly,miich- straighter thin- that of the . pathless forests, withoutTS4ociates, without
I. tri,-cOlor.• 'On eaoli - -side of the Queen, - reward, witlinutevenThe stimulus of . praise.
,She is at the- dinner table, is a chair He leavei home, and kindred; the tie : of
generally :vacant.. = . ---- •
~•:-.. . • - -.' • early laird ' -perhaps • and-' - gocs 'forth; • to ,
.she wants:to talk to any, of 'her • straggle unknown anaalone-r-to.doom lihri.;,
guests, - She -• senda- -- hd - r - pageT - to - ' - the-per- -: self to-poverty;Ao_the_gibes and jeers 'of the
' son - with a reqirest to drink wino-with her gay, -the, broken .health,' to premature old:
majesty. •The - . person thus honored, 010. age. And what is his impulse?', -• It is:not
, mediately getu up, atawalks up to one of
_artibition , ;- - - - it - is not - pride-4t, is not any oice .
! the _vacant chairs, drinks with her majesty, :- of thoselfishMotives that sway the human
and•enters into 'conversation, ,• When John ; brensf. ---- What is it„Reader?—it is to preadt•
shad the invitation he entered, I urn told,' the word oflife, to theysii'r. •
an e •
i • interest i nginto it TETE Willi • r ,- . m i.
„little queen. : -- He talked 'of, the
United States:-'-of out big rivers . big , .
From the Daily Pittsburgh G4i.Zette.
mountains---and big prairies: - The queen - • . Young illeairs
was highly delighted with young John—. Rif TAER; COATrE4IIO.7I !
indications of which crossed her fair cheeks- '.-•-• - 'l3
A riTSDURGii,. Monday, 12 M.
in the forte. of .sweet.arniles. • After alittle i
.Convention met at the 2d Associate Re
while, her majesty sent her page to another
formed Church; on Fourth . s treet, and , was
;of her guests.' . This was the signal for , temporarily organized•bY appointing Gen,
John to retire to .hil former seat at table; T. S:'CIT N NII4G HAM, of Mercer, Presi
which liee did -With great grace, her
dent, and Col. '1..D.• Minion, of West-,
eye all •the time.7'-time." - Gatette: --::-.,,i . -
-4 :Trierelmtd;and -- Mr; - & - Guyeni,:of - Dauphins
The foflowing committee, consisting of.
one delegate-from each city and 'county re
presented, was appointed' to report perm
nent officers : . ' • • .
: Adams, *-1%1 ichael Cr - Clarlison; " •
Allegheny;Gen. Wm. - Marks,
Armstrong,Joseph Buffington, „ '
Beaver, W. D. Bois,. '
- • .
. Becks, Levi EL' Smith, - ' ' .
• 13edfOrd, A..Kini, ' • -------
._:::_Biadford,l_,.,...C.o_Wells ' •
' Butler, C; C„: Sullivan,
Cambria, •Evan• Roberts, , ' . •-'
Centre, Maj. G-Armstrong,
• Chester; -Jesse--James, . i • . .
Clearfield, Benjamin Hartshorn, •
• Crawford, Joseph.c. Ilays,-..: _
' - Daunhin,-Martiti Lutz, '
„Delaware,, , T:.S. Walter, .' ' ' • ,
a Erie,- Andrew Scott, , • -.
Fiyett - 6 - , - G:Nir: -- Bowman, •
- - - -'-'Greenoloseph-Gregg,,L--- ,, ._ . _ -_•._ _
• Huntingdon, ,Ittrites Arthurs, . --
- 'lndiana, 'William Mootehead s
• • • _Jefferson, C. A. Alexander;
'Juniata,,,C, Ramsey, •
•• .Laricaster•county, 'S. S. Patterson,
• . Lantaater !pity, W. L. Atlee, ' •
• • , Lebeinin,:George•Mark,
• Lehigh, A. P. , Ruhe, • : •
,i':4epirpink, J,_l3'. - Quigley,
••:- Mercer, J. P:: Garrett, .
•: , Mifflin, ..L.1.. - Maclay, '
. - . - . - tPhiledelphie'lianunty-,-Hi-'0,.-Ptattf---.- , --L_
' .'Philadelph'ia . city,' Mordecai Taylor,
-,.'• Perry, -- A - .• W,.,Montoe," .- .', '' ': '.
-=-Schuylkill; •-13: 7 •P,.P_omeroy., - _-__:_-_•„._., ,i
- Somerset, Smiley•Fritinn, • • . • • .. -:
• • :Union, G.A.•Vantialiey, ' . ,
,VenOngo, 4. Highland, .' ' . . .
'.'ll,vishington Milliinn•-M . 'Kennan,.
.:Wayne; :Col: ,H. L.!'Seeley, -.„•• , ••
- ' Westmbrelaud,.Maj. James Moothead . ,,,
The Convention then ailjourned*meet.'
againln , the:same.place,:at X . P. - .. -11'L.:',''
. .1 SUIZE.SIG.I. • ,
All circumstances now conspire 'to .show
that - Mr. Ritnei will be re-elected by a
handsome majority in October. We feel
Confident in that result. Biit we now see
•that our opponents •tite not-less convinced;
they give up the contest, we presume, ex
cepting fOr form's .sake. We hope' they
are not.about to rally on another candidate,
•so as by-any-chance- to mnke-us,.elect-pur .
man again by plurality. •We 'want a
majority, -say ahinitThe indica
tion of despair which :we , : find, and which
we belieVe unerrinvin this particular, is to
bp found in, the fact that -some of the - 1ea'44 , 1
iiiiVali - Buren - papere-of the State hive
come .out With strength for ibe,newfonsti
intion. -While there -was n hope .that -theY,
could. defeat. Mr. Ritnei,- they-kept pretty
-011.4he question of the constitution;
:reaepns—tTi©y.did riot wish;
after-toiimgend - and
Money to.secure the election of a Governor;
to find that in _placing. him in the ehait% of
state r they had taken from, his hands the
means ‘.of. rewarding - .them for their party
toils and:lll4r party sacrifices. ' This was
well understood months since---there'viias
to'be a leanirit towards the' newconstitu
tion.by.ethe most active of the party papers
and party men, until the "signs of the
times",i3bmild! enable • them to guess With
some' accuracy, as to the chances of success,
gu carididate;-then if
the signs were favorable;they.iVere to, let
the Old constitution defeat tile' amendments; '
liut - if thereTiihonld be satisfactory iridica,; ,
hone of ' the defeat of their candidate, then
they were to , rally to the- support 'Of the'
new ' constitution,' and by carrying that,
take, from the* opponents the executive
patronage.'which-they (the Van Buren,nien)
have weilded; under other 'circum
stances, would' .have: ~wielded, for party
purposes, and se:'s re*ard for. party labors
Slid the means rqL . future::success. The
signs are : against Ritner's re
electioo is ttow,!placed..alidost 'beyond the
reach of doutiond the,:loca &cos are, about
to seek venginicelfot their .coming defeat,
by. stripping• hird of a:portion 'of his execu
tive privileges,and litniting his term, of of
fice. -1 1 ho question. Of eld.or neiv 'constitu
tion_isundouhtedly:obe .of 'much conse
quence; but '2.at . liresent, we are busy With
that of the Governer, - Midive:hail the indi-,
cations noted2abiive --- ai atioStlaiiorable
sign.— United' .Ntaovciazelte:
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PriVate"' -2 ••. • u st r : - o - oun- 1-- -r.-' 4 " • W. S 'milli, 13 Ull erv. ~.
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41ni.„6t t h o n ro lv ot e r4?Ik n i l ;:at.Y,T,1:,::: i Bah' • i 'i':l-iartit
Joubted • vt iriV.Y , ;' '-' I- . j po t •I.A . ;cemli)g tiOttutt',. ,
C!' . (lt, "•,(' entre ' -'''
•'' ' ' 'mot' iIviVIII fun ° • r '•'. ki .' ttft tile - '''' "ti T: ur en, . I.
mg . Porter
~.. 7. ' 'Ve . 'thug Dr. .. • l' - :''',Yeiiii Ij , :}3:ti,dksi , ,
, leo Foe° party, ii)-- - re - Vr..,-,,, t to. la p f e ll ow , Inplal..' .
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. -I`e -' •- ' titnt Dini - dit„ , •erter.e • 1 ..,,, OT , _
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the , dennearatie. !Alit , ' known -, ~ • - kowil•atilt he ‘. ••••••••• : - ;TY.:,...1;;;,...,,,Ape mitio - hin, , , - ..-1 . '..-. -." .
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litit,pp.4l•'4::W olll 4 6 '_,.°A,. _,.. Iv ; i - e •ii,-, 11 i m ,iii rss d o I, ...E ii)iih - Blibitt,
n 2i.e7,„ , , i „
.d. - a laktttorittnatibitby o ur, - P a r,7y,-„ v i ._
.. cd - tt o o l y aa J. t i ~.,...-?-”fflriltipei'lreAtri ' • - '''
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to fide. thAt -°- c an ,-- . l k ' .frai gut itke pritPmal!" ~ *ir t iii i , e • To c-Oreenei"
I ,. .nefit:coofe l g,toni towlwin, .71.- O ,‘T, t r , ~.‘. ~; .. - . ~'-.'.: 4 , 1 -
spoke" the - 4111U, , „ I
From the New Orleans. Picayyner—r
eltlethodisin in- Texas.
We were actually astonished; and at the
same time gratified; at seeing in the Nat
chez Free . Trader, a statement of the
gess of religion in _Texas. The Metho- '
-dists . alone have:in fait ceuntry twenty so
cieties and three hundred and twenty prea
chers,- including six elders and three exhor
ters, One oftheir (the,Rev.
R: Alexander,) has travelled this year, in
the course of his circuit,_ twenty-two hun
dred .miles on horseback, through swamp
and•prairie, swimming rivers, and sleeping,
out, exposed to every. privatioit and inclem
-'The Free Trader, after giving the above
mentioned particulars, bestows upon the
Methodist clergy some neat and richly, mer- e
ited encomium's, whicli_site.copy below.
herenlamso *stieted'followers of Wes-
'.'_e'. _. ' , - - AFTERNOON,` . ceelock ,--- :
Thecomatittee appointed at the previous
session,• TePOrted -tlia' folloiving: , officals,
who were nhaninmealy electes4 ;::.-
,'• 7 -'- 7 7- Preia - ent• - . '
NVM. - -,IIPISTETC: Esit.',::at Laneastor..
',' •' ' '`. l 7 ''').'. 740 . e.Piiiiiiielits, I ':,; ' ''•• -
banial-111:_Sitlyiar,Adami; • r'' -'
'Henry. *...Braatcenridie; Allegheny, .
H ~. ;'(:)apt. auridet-Wiutipliy; Aranatrong,•;",
James 'ii'aiteis . iiii., ;Beaver, , • . ••
''‘Vto.;ll.' Iteini,%BerkS; . . ' i •!,
''Sa"iiniii runk;i Badfcir, - • ' •
David Blair, Washington,
-James B. Ferree, Laneaster-connty, -
P. Meixmiell, Lancaster' city,
. George. Mark,-Lebanon, ' •
Jervase Manley; Lycoming,
Ezekiel:Sankey, Mercer,• • •
Y. F. Keaeler; Mifliin,
Thomas Reed, Montgomery, -
William Metcalf, Piladelphia county,
M: S. Wickersham, M. D. Phila. , city,
IL F..Etter, Perry, ' •
GeOrge M. Eckert, Schuylkill,
John F. Tiedman, Somerset, -
- John Wolf; Union,
Robert -Wylie, Washington, , •
*Col. It. L. Seely, Wayne„ ,„_ •
Jesse Lippincott; Westrnorelau•_„,_
John . Baer, York,
_G, Darragh; Pittsburgh...• -
. - John R. - Royer; Huntingdon, •
Thos. W. Duffield; Philadelphia co.
J. S-Richarde,"Beiks, •
M. - Lefridgei , Lehigl4 -
• D. - W. FarrelLy, Mercer,, • -
Wrn. Mills Washington,
William Henry, Beaver,. -•
Quigley;Dyceining',., • _
On - taking the chair,,the 'resident made
a short Mid- eloquent. address, Met which it
.was resolved that committees be appointed
to - draft resolutions, and to prepare an ad.
During the appointinent of the. conitnit.
tees,lhe ,- Convention.was-addreiiidlifT: -
C.flairiblin :Esq., of York, and. Mr. Far
of , Crawford: After the names of
the:committees had_ been announced, Mr.
Dunham, of Beaver having been loudly
ealled„for, spoke untilthe time.of adjourn
. ' The Convention adjourned,-to meet-at
the-bravo House _ al 9 o'clock to . -rnorrow
morning; thence to march in processio_n , to
•Xtr., , Stevensores, lots, on Penn 'street.
• TUESDAY . MORNING;- Aug. 4.
The Convention met, in purstiance.to
adjournment, at the plaCe appointed by the
Committee of Arrangement. The minutes
field; jr;, of Philadelphia county, one of
the Secretaries. The following committee
to w d i raft io
ressolution .unanimouslysimade a
t d h o e p r t er : rt b . w ,
He'nry M. Wattg, of 'Pittsburg, ,
Richard Biddle, Allegheny,
Dr.' George L..Fauss, Admits, • .
M - ONickle, Armstrong, .
• - George G. Barclay; Berks, _
Samuer Mr. Barclay, Bedford, • •
' Col. Eliai Gilkeson, Bucks,
. Delmore Pasiavant, Butler, `.
•L. P. Boyd,_ Crawford, " •
. Bsnjamin Hartshorn,learfield,
G e orge • M.• Phillips; Cumberland;
Sainuel Shoch, Dauphin, -
William M. Watts; Erie, •
William Sloan, Fayette,
J,ames-W. Modrehead, Greene;
.Dr. George Getters, Indiana,' .
! Andrew Barrett, Jefferson; , •
- George.Pord, Lancaster. city,
W. W. Selfridge, - .Lehigh, - „ -
Lariiig:Litak -- ;;Mereer, •• • • -
-- Valentine-Contnerr -Mifflin,-
JaCob_Keyser, Philadelphia county, .
Thomas Crowell;Rhiladelphia city ;
William IL Mann, SChuylkill,
Frame, SomerSet, -
C.' Vanvotg, Union, . a
William Cornwell; Washington, •.
• John - F. Beaver, pestmoreland,
,pprlllpr, : Yorlk...; '
—After..which, Judge ,Braeltenridge
dressed the - :Convention,, and was followed
by. the ! Hon.. of Pittsburg.
- Th - e - ,refort Ofthe . GOMM - it - tee on
lutions . was thOn read bY,Mr. Watts, its
chairmari, and unanimoualY-adopted;
- Wit4nr.As, It is -nOrOnly - the-righty hut
the dutrof the people; pekeOly , to
hip and' consult on s•ail.. occasions -,touching
the 'public welfare: And whereas, .the pt'e
spilt eventful . crists,.. the contest tor the ot-
Ace,of Goierner of this; commonwealth, is
onethat-,has'excited the deepest
.. And :whereas, in
View of - the state Of • things,. we, the Repro
sentativii,of the Yqung:.,Mett of .Pennsyl;
Vatain, hive assembled together'at this time,
for thepurpose,of expressing our senti
mente, 'and tZdopting'suclimeasures,as may
lier deemed conducive to- the interest,. the
hapPkne - ssTand - ,the -- funtre-prsperitY-of7lnt
fellow-citizens : -
Resolved, Tliat-ec)mitii c as we' do, from
all 'parte of s commonwealth, we feel
duly authorized.' in declaring,;that' the - tinf•
lawful interference; of Martin 'Van' Iltiren
and his Fedeial - .office-holders, -With 'die
rights,saml , liherCteS, and , rrivilagei Which
they h a ve:roseritid to.themselvOs; :arld 'hold
dignation aMoilgt" the. Pe - ople of •Pennsyl
point meii (if
.Aftir; I,3 nre e,
- - ..p'ciipr*o:l,: Lthe`-"blii
"the . t v oirillifottiNfialtli,;who : hhtAs:thyolia r itV`
• 3 `l.l*
'Res - ohied,'riiiitTkeWill — oppose ,- Mattin
Van. Buren, noE, and hereafter, because we
haVe no faith or confidence in the, nisti—
because his principles are not the principles •
:of-the Constitutien—and :because hie most
cheriShed measures hare -resulted' in 'the
ruin of countless thonsands, and in the dis- •
grace acd bankruptcy of the nation. k
ReAolved. That, in our- deliberate opimi
ion, the destruction or the-eurrency thei
suspension of Specie payments, 'the pros
tration of credit,rindastry,' and cornmerce,
and the consequent.. embarrassment of the
nation, - are solely 'ascribable to the wild
policy and measures of the Loco Foco par.
ty, of which Martin Van 'Buren is the
head, and Thomas H. Benton the file lea.
• Resolved, That Om recognitzeas theiead.i
ing measures of Martin" Van. Buren'a ad
ministration, the infamous= Sub-Treasury--
scheme—a - system that had its origin in
el.fmh_atribition . and p_oliticta<profligacY-.—
"that was-designed to - pla - ce - the - ptinse - orthe'
country in those hands that already wielcl
ed the sword—that Would, have converted ,
the of the pliblic-into a privileged
order, by farniihing "gold for the office; •
4older . s, and rags for the people"—and that
but for the: refusal, of Congress, and the
loud condemnation . Of the. people, 'woad
have flooded the country witkirredeerna-
_ble,paper v lianished -credit,_prostrated corn" -
Merce z -and involved all but the.office-hold;
errof the Federal Government in common
ruin. - '
Buren as. the legitimate. author of-the me- .;
tuted - in lieu-of our - goodold_lashioned-bnt---
sound currency,; . We sincerely. recommekl.7,.
to him the advice. of : Pld..Joe • Ritfier, and
earnestly -_hope - thatille willzadopt_ ink* •
meaSuFes -- for the- rideription - orhie Ten • •
Millions of-_ . 7National , ShinTlasters.. -
• :Resolved; That the .motto - of the 4nti;. _
Van_ Buren Young". -men of. Pennsylvania„ . ._ :
is_!‘ qual Rights and- . the. ,Supremacy of.
and they will, Stand - together, -
shOillder , to shoultlernaintaining• the •
-ono and upholding the ether.
Resolved, That we consider the. doe-T. --
trines avowed by the Loco Foco Van Bu- •-
ren party, through their papers and in their.
Conventions, as -, subversive of justiee, me,
rainy, and the - principles Of the'Constitu 7 -
tion,, and so considering, we shall' oppose -
the election to,Office of any man who shb.ll
identify himself with - that party. • . -
- And whereas, The Democratic .Antima- , •
sonic Convention, which :assembled at • •
Harrisburg on the sth of March .last, did
_unanimously noininate our
gnished-GovernarforreeleetiOn - : . ~ • _
• And .whereas, We, the Representatives
of the Young Men of Pennsylvania, have
.thes most :perfect. confidence in the intelli
genes, virtue, .honesty, and patriotism of
Governor Ritner, and arewell pleased with
The measures•of hio-Administratiion:-Therew—
Resolved, That we- recommend Joseph
Ritner for reelection td the office of -Gov
ernor of l'enfisylVartia : . .
1. Because he is'a Democratic Republi
can-of-the-old schoolcand in the-langua4
of Thomas Jefferson,, "honest, capable, and
,the l Constitution." _ , , ,
2. Because, in all the relations of private
life, he has eustained an unblemished repu-
tation; whilst 'his whole public ,career has 4 ,
been distinguished' by.true
exalted patriotism., • . ,• •
3, - .l3e.cause,,his_situalion, as apractical
farmer - and working man, has identified him
'with the interests and. feelings, and 'made
him familiar with the wants of -the people. •
4. lleemise;ln - the - last war hettVeen the
United States and U.reat Britain, he : exposed
his life in the service of •his country. 1 . _
5. Because, during,his. administration as
Governor of this, commonwealth, 'he.,. has
shown himself to be,a true hearted Oentif
sylvanian, by firmly and nobly ; resisting.
the-encroachments and usurpation of Mar
tin.Van-Buren, and the federal' dffice-hold
ers qm the•riglitst and liberties of the' peck. s
plc ef PennsylVania. - ,
6.• BecauSe, that dirrinChis adnainistra
State debt diminished, a wise system of in
ternal improvements - adopted, ' common
schools sustained and promoted, the income
of the. public works , doubled, and 'all' the.
great interests Of Pennsylvania protected, =
without adding one dollar to the burtherm .
l of the people: ' • ..-,
7. Breause,, when by - the unnecessary
and unauthorized interference of the:Geri4
eral,GoVernment, with.the .currency of the
country; a general, suspension of epecie _ .
payments .had-takin 'place, _he refused by
his:, proclamation of the 27t1t.,May, '1837,
to sanction that sespension , by-the banks of
f this commonwealth; thus giving to the pea . -
ple the most effectual guarantY. Altai: thosti s
utsututtons would be ilrevenima . koarfivrotr
ing the country-. with7nredeentable , paper.
and compelled at the earliest possible ptrid .
Ito resume: the • redemption of theit ;vieues
in 'Told and silver.`. j-. • ', ,, t-,.
8. _Because; by. his Celebrated proclarntt- .
I don of this 10th ofluly,.ll33B'4 , hetiot'unl3r
redeemed:: Ifie: , pledge - .
„Mx , eomPtillitiOhe
1 banks of this , commonwealth pooreaq*4
specie 'paY,tnente, , ibut - ivatfi mainly ;itilt tru- \ .
menial itt.effeeting,lhat,deeiral)lo:etrjetV in •
itelestilharilliff Statetrib - ,thriATtikn,rithusi -
,gaining,for . hireselfs.theiipptahatiort‘hf the
A. meiienn peeple,- and the gloriOilwtitle,of
restoydr, of .the-enrieny. :;... f.- :.: !,:••,.f,t
rk,n4tht , irk:4l7'art,i 4 1 !rteroptfr,ii:r
etylih-non y- e lall4 4 '151k
"7/ P4t.Y l --"
erS!'" anti. the .etrenuope