Daniel Daugherty, Dem State Convention
DEMOCHATIC H. D, Fetter for Governor by Acclamation! SKIES JJRIGIIT! !EhÂ« Democratic State mt*t Beading on Wednesday the districts being represented. The or firty was Crowded. Hon. W. H. of York, presidt-d. Hon. J. B. one of thc Vice Presidents. Tho following dispatch, which we find ^Baltimore Sun, of Friday, gives most important of thc doings of Convention. More next week. BEADING, March l.^Thc delegates JnrgolothcCharleiton Convention.elect- Â· iT . Â· -Â·Â·k. -- * Â·re lions. Wm. Biglcr, John L. ,,,. "Wm. Montgomery and Joseph Baker. Bichard Vanx, of Philadelphia, George M. Keim, ofBcrlcs county, elected Electors at largo, dominations were now* made for ILFW IIIHUU Ilr u candidate for Governor, Wm. JI tc's name was hailed with Applause and a salute was fired ir. A ~ * _ . t . 4 . . . Â· Â·* Keystone club. Among other names put in nomination were those of 1). DawBon, Jacob Fry, J^inirotl Strickland and H. B. AY right, The first ballot-was without result Â·standing-- Witte 44, Fry 30, 12, and tho balance scattering: earv to a choice 69 men q"Â»hfied to eary to a choice 69. The second ballot was also njthont result. Tho third ballot stood--Wittc 54, Fry 30, Foster 24, and lhe balance scattering; necessary loa choice 69. There being no election, Mr. ofLycoming county, now ioÂ«e and o loud and emphatic voice moved l1 " 8 Jlcnry D. Foster, of Westmoreland county, bo nominated by acclamation. A scene of the wildest enthusiasm ensued. The motion was put by the president, win announced Mr. Foster nominated by acclamation. [SECOND DISPATCH.] HEADING, March 1.--The convention Â·djonrnedÂ«;iÂ« die, after the appointment of delegates to the Charleston convention, convention, and the adoption of resolutions endorsing lhe platform of Ihc convention j deprecating the slavery agitation; declaring tho right to n ? ftlaves in the Territories is purely dicialquestion and not legislative; thc irrepressible conflict doctrines are iraught with danger to the Union, that every true patriot should frown upon them, and that they will tbe effort of sectional parties lo Â· central government; applauding foreign and domestic policy of Prcei- dent Buchanan, and the conduct of Governor in delivering up the fugitives from Virginia concerned in the Ferry affair; declaring that the convictions ot tbe Democracy remain unaltered as to the wisdom and justice of affording protection on iron and coal; approves the views of President M to specific duties, and, finally, en- domes the Charleston nominee. Previous to the adjournment of Convention, speeches wcro made by Hons. J. L. Dawson, W. H. Witto, Jacob Pry, Lewis C. Cassidy, Damol Daugherty, Wm. Biglcr, George Sanderson, Sanderson, Bichard Brodhead, Gcorgo Keim, and fix-Mayor Vaux,all cordially cordially endorsing the nomination of Gen. Foster, and confidently predicting his , and tho Convention adjourned in tbe highest spirits. Hon. John Cessna, of Bedford, and Hon. James Kill, of Franklin, are Delegates to the Charleston Convention from this district, and Hon. J. B. Danner, oi Adams, the Elector.