1866. Johnson Bixby elected Chairman, Republican Party, Titusville, PA.

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1866. Johnson Bixby elected Chairman, Republican Party, Titusville, PA. - MORNEN(i to. »» well · · tliu o'clock...
MORNEN(i to. »» well · · tliu o'clock streets, the considered. Ip our worthy Governor, of the do nut parly \Vo cheering Magistrate pniiifliie or curtains n i n g us at .it the the their Infantry d e r the was Hcpubllcau Rally at Centre vlllc--Club Orgaiilaed-rSpeecIici autf KctoIutlouB. The He public un Uuiou Clubuict at on Monday evening to perfect 1U org.uitxat.oii, and lifiten to nddresics iron* J. II. Uaker, and Capt. W. \V. Gray of thU city. The meeting was both large and cuthusiiMtlc. The speeches were of the i Jjjht slump and awakeucd et tuid dot'irniined purpose to udhere hnniedi* utely to the platform und candidates of the imbllcan Union party. The sense of the meet- Ing is more fully expressed In the following olutioiis, which were unanimously adopted': ICeaolvcd, That after the unparalleled losses Incurred by the loyal people of the North in the suppression'of the rebellion, we protest against the re administration ,of rebels to u participation In the (jOiwumeHt, without satisfactory satisfactory guiiiautecj. of future good behavior. Kcsolved, That we consider-it the duty of Congress to piotccl ihe Union mon of the aguiuet unrepentant and. revengeful rebels, and that the necessity of such protection has been fiuly demonstrated by the unprovoked niassacic at New Orleans, at Memphis, u u d a t other Uesolviiil that we approve the Amendments th« Constitution of the United States, especially streets, BufUlo, up Otter n Liberty m the Din- follows that one which bases the representation iu (jrebs upon voters instead of population. Keuolvcd, Tiiat in Major-Gun. John \V. Geary, our candidate for Governor, we have a brave Kalliuit soldier, and au experienced Statesman, whom we can coulldenlly repose the responsibilities responsibilities of our Chief Executive. Kesolved, That in Hon. Darwin A. Finnev, candidate, lor Congress, we h.ivea man of irreproachable irreproachable ch.iraeler, exalted puttiolisni aud Btatesmaulike (]ualificiitioiis, aud l u a l h u w i Mislaiu in Congress the rcpujillon of the intelligent intelligent and loyal dibit let which he will be elecled to rcpicscut. Resolved, Th.it we cordially endorse the nomination nomination of J. T. Ohase and .I. IJoyd Epsy for eetnbly, Fred C. 1'eek for Shci ill; nnd the remaining nominees upon tlie lieptiblienn County ticket, ticket, and that we will labor faithfully and energeli- eally to secure their election. Kesolved, Thai we deprecate the late unpleas- plcasiitil differences which have urisen iu our o w n party, and as the most eHcelive method entirely healiu-r the division, we recommend the consolidation of Ihe two County Committees, or Unit the question be refei red back lo Ihe peeple to elect a new County Commitlee at the election. Resolved, That the foregoing resolutions be primed in Ihe Tltusville -MoimivG llni{,vi.i. The following named gentlemen n i c l h e o clM-3 of the C l u b : 1'ief-idcnl-- 1-Vankliu Weatherbee; Vicc-l'iei- enl--L. M a i n ; Recording Secrelnrv--C. .1. S:uinder»; Corresponding Secretary --"Washington --"Washington \Vmton. Kxi'ciitivu Committee--Johnson Bixby, Cb'u; .lames Dranibu'l, See'y; A. L'. Waid, Lawrence Ctrlc, Slephi-n On roll, S. C. Jiisselt, K. K. Enton, L j u i a u r n l t l i p s , 1. ii. Kelly, George Hunt. A Card. TITUSVU.U:, Sept. 12. I ot to had ns fair

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  1. The Titusville Herald,
  2. 13 Sep 1866, Thu,
  3. Page 3

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  • 1866. Johnson Bixby elected Chairman, Republican Party, Titusville, PA.

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