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   Agitator, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1862, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania                               latrieiou COTJWTI AflllATOai. pnbUahed Wwtawdaj Morning, and nulled rvuonmble price of DOLLAR PER It in intended Jo notify i Kefe the term for which paid ihajl ky tgarei on the printed on the of The will be stopped fartlMr remilUnce be received. By thia ar Man can brought in debt to the TH ATORl the OfleUl ef the Conntv vftkr faleffe uAstMdily ioereMiag reach- WJ MigWwriioed la the Coonty. It ia icnt within the county lot J linei, paper iBciu WHILE THKEE SHALL BB A AVRONS UNRIGHTBD, AJfD one or three imwitiOTCT.MHjJS eenu for every n. ol ten tli a jqnare. the .ubjote.4 .41 Ml- vertweurau: IKWTBI. U Square, -CTJL WELLSBORO, TIOGA COUNTY, PA., WEDNESDAY WEPMASIIT TO MAN" SHAM, CBABB, ACUTAMOS COHTJNCB. fouifs, flrnroR A PROPRIETOR. the sign of life, and that the ballot of tor of the Clinton Democrat. boar it alof; ready we hear of Democrats in every them to do' what, under the MORNING, OCT. 8, 1862. vnwuitav mill iUCUUlUnU WDCrO thflV WJI such a policy as speaks volumes of praise and us to a short halt. AYe trust JtVffl TT honor to bis name. AVe have now, indeed, some- We are now under a man that know, mnuonand we are engaged ir, the riyer into Virginia; the holy cause of humanity, philanthropy and ro-aay. Gmmty interesting items to ye general reader, we will have a democrat to supp prowiaed our readers last week to inform spito of all weak nominee of Tiogu County" for Con- gress, came to slaughtered in the h bis the Demociatic Conference divide them nna aciiument for Con nfKmnt mto the field the assistance lieve a la, n r comPrnmiRc men. Twice I have sup- have done Loiuercnceo ported Jutio-n irnln j i ii 101 on Kress, an a in nis p__ did EDWARD D. HUMES T N." true freedom. We hailed those words uf President with cheers, and the deepest gritj- rrom Capt. PhiUlpa' Company. tude- I' us something more nnd evert FoET HIIL, Sept. party m this County J we be- belter to fight for while we believe it is thf or AGITATOR tily endorse all we shortest way to accomplish the great purpose 13th da7 of August, a c C-> af restoring the Union and a true nnd lasting tbe   but Congressman his record k ,lE1Bnrl T. ouse of cans." "divide Ac. j tnvm u BRamstbim. In that capacity be haij not served lj'TINCSTON. MOSBS THOMPSON, Lincoln upon this vital question but always forlns inspection and mustering i v.Mjference j divide thorn AVh.it fir f They a 1 u has not served his W e Prmt "bove at the request of he itas only waiting the order of Hrtrrisburgo, they wereormji make no nomination at I ready broken up into a thousan! r" well he has served himself and family, friend. in Centre County Indeed, we may have seen no roasnn regiment goon lent forward to', r -TV rer weMy ;Hai s krr rrrri of mart, became the addled child of n portion menu as the refusal of the Democratic Confer J incline on the eve of the ah of the ..giiers of r inow-whit. TV------------- i___L __ noove susnicious dnniimpnf. of the Democracy ha waj repudiated by ence to name a candidate. Thev never were w'" teach him a lesson walls when orders came for them.to march to Fort about five frointhfl c. .------------------means of Wlth reluctance the heavy knansacka pnrty here in a single day without noise mucfl Hale wrote it himself. Humes aru endlDS We all agree in SUpponing the were as the shades of ;te his prospects, McAllister are Hale's partners in the Bank at upon lhe P0''- fal.linK around, they arrived at their the false upon bave they been drilled, and by dividing Belleftmte and noither'of them by which be governed inrdoing of destination. engaged in ere'ctini e to tnal." "-party between Armstrong and Hale, they Thompson and McCoy are ll wLers anc war anT the f{ news was whispered through command votes enough to elect their man......_______ Masters, anc war, and must full, or the country must' be de- the CBroP that 500 cavalry had been seen to this doctrine. The euture of fuilqre in this war has been another in short, bow the experi- nny tiling elae th.in a pak-iicd" up and pitched "l tbis tim9- ll it sounds opinion as to the best m men t of mixing oil, though of a i together mass of incongruities that won poor quality, .-with very dirty democratic blot did not .ucceed. t which it wa, were to tr.al." Armstrong and ol Ore so. Son weeks ago, the Meeting of the Demo- In the the classic language of Sir Lucius O' enough to elect their'man. ner Conferee, took pl.ce. A of Reso- Digger, "It's a very ou.rrel of. Union there lutions adopted, together with n preamble stnnds forth tho Const it u tion as eVxitrine.) aod simply Democratic ble witia impoeiible One Rasolutinn then In" ttrongly ngnin.it tho abolitionists 1 [The following letter (not written for publi- CaU8e" fimt, and theo-again.t the rebels. The second Hale', position at home TO THE Md resolution declare, that (he Conferees U'a' "8 withhulj from our renders A..IT iron.] BEI.I MONTI, Sopt 29, 1862. Militui Camnk ner s a very pretty quarrel as it 'ere borrowers of money from others it the pretext, day e the P i U t7 r r" T" Democracy of 8aid Bank' Geo. Boal the Assessor for we had no constitutional right to inter- SooD e t, the earnest Republican, of of some kind, which you relv iin ._. 11 ucttu- n ijfiu i in? niRnt with ibe order' thftt HALE AT HOME. d' Beware of those who advocate his ..'ng; jUt we nssure readers that the1 nKht to say which should be sleep upon their arms. It wan before upon a hill three milee distant was excitement, and each man ndermg where he to get ammunition to d his musket. This soon remedied by sudden appearance of a w8gon-load of cart- upon the ground. Forty wer. "doom it inexpedient to make a nomination in this Congressional District, but recommended nailed effort of the meu loyal to tho Consti- tution and the Union, to elect an independent representative wba will fearlessly and faithful- friends of the Administration and the Govern- THIS CON- friends of the President's Proclama- earnestly and vigorously Iy aid the Government to resist the insidious their foices. The prospect now is, of secret foes, as well as to COD- 'h'S tlie tllc for quer armed rebellion which national peace and perpetuity imagine how proud James T. Hale must h.ive been to be wlected by tbis handful of pro-sla- yery as their tool in making war up- on tbe Administration, and through them upon the Guvenmiaja. Halo's ks must lure an Independaut Union candidate for .u j vejust returned from the this district, is doe to ill parties and has the aud.icity to m tho Cumberland vi.lley. No fact will be stated, not known to some of to thus strike at the Ad- of the country, and has exercised tliem.1 to w'tness 'the many cases of sicknes's in ow let us give the Rebels their due, and strike! 6amP of the 130th Regioient during thnt event- r humanity! fuI night. But the long weary hours uf A rk" There in some little friokness ip our eompnny-1 ncs9 Ist last passed oway w'ith no rnttle'of but nothing yet serious. Good night. Very1 rocketry or booming of cannon to disturb (.lumbers of the soldiers. As morning downed active preparations were mode to make ca'mp life as pleasant as possible. The neit dnyW A, Capt. Hammond, was ordered to the _ HHKSE'F1" i.nd the P.m. Caiu1lllttte without nny party nomination it .hese men jou are most inHinrd wouTd'unite oTtne "LCiim r Since !my last tho virtual nomination of llile, did nut IiriNeJ .incmnphslnl rmthinp, hut as h very exihtance, af our Government. l i r i i i> JLUIO Ullfjr Qrill 01 ..ti.fy all ihe conferees, for find that II. L. "j1 for we thought Mr. Hale, who, .s some of us at least know, missioned officers for an hour. Bridge. Three.days after Co. D (the suhVot "f our was sent to Fort Bunker Hill, R-- .iwvu ...v MJIII. nisi ieir. r" from they snll remain encamped, and the country with these documents, as we learn Aequ'a Creek we have burned that place nnd thf Past two "ceks they have beeri fighting he is doing, he cnnnot deceive a single Repnb three of ouif number prisoners P10'1 spade batiles. which I thought were' into th-> belief that he is other than the M- M- Majriard, privaics Ia8t Spring by McClelUn while upon the of the Admmigration C. Saibery and W. E. Tyler. I might give I8thmus- but little difference what ________ -Tou a IoDg description of our last days nl Kreat originated the idea, but after our Acquia Creek, but this is not necessary at pres- hard lHbor' with of severnl hundred cnt- otlier companies, we have a chain of rifle For tho past two weeks we have been on the miles., forming a conneo- march. AVc arrived nt Wnshington from Ac- Wllh a" ef l'ie this side o? the Poto- Creek on Saturday, Sept. Cth. The next H with the jmorning we started a long and lediom This ma-T "Ppenr to some of the readers of a pleasure to AVestorn Maryland." Friday, the your PTer to be a good plan, especially when transactions, 1211'. finds ua in the vicinity of Frederick City, thu arm.T miles away, striving unimportant; but where our troops first met the gray bucks, whu'h their old battle 'groundn near Richmoitidi. __________Jr a wild. ro- they routed very .oon. The neit day the 1ml- Whnt. 'et me ask, Ims been accomplished dol This morning, after a drill of the non-com- five miles lhe Jear's campaign in Virginia I -ill From Hammond's Company. BKNSINO'S BRIDGE, NEAR AVjtsBi.NCTon, Sept. 25, 1802. (of whom wa shall pres.'nt- had to have his nsima used consulted on we wore just when the Rebels were obliged to leave their nPon the batt'e bed of on the mountain in the sublime narcotjo in a meer- Brent disorder, our cavalry greatly hurrahing offered an amendment for grnve Iy in 1SGO we elected him ngiiin. How much we the subject, and, ing com] st'lectnil as a Pennsylvania Representative in in our former position over the the enemy poured a ,'ullej of ,n had always professed, and the river. were loth to leave our little cold lead into us. AVe som, learned that the and our army ie to-day place of destination than they ne year ago. Think not for one moment wtfold distrust the ability of our Govern- to provide means to crush this earnestly pray that all party e thrown aside, and with the thousands have lately answered to their move on in one phalanx and put an tbis unholy war. Prom Capt. Sofield's Company. D. C., Sept. 21, '62. FRIEND is too bad that we can. not see the AGITATOR in our camp. I have not while everybody given in our own b, ,t.ted briefly thus- r" a requisition for more lumber, wo should H. .gain, the action of the IV ortuo faiored cumpromuie men only who are in Armstrong, at Lock Haven, 1. it was irregular in detail, nnd be- it refused to make a democratic nomina- tion. 2. BacatMe Confeteoce permitted a Ly- County man lo cam two voteg for Tioga the regular nominee of the Ti- "P County Democratic Convention (Mr. Slicr- 'lo-Ji thereby defeating him. 3 IWauit the Conferees were elected to "animate a democrat, nnd for no other purpose. 4 IWauw by making no nomination, ihe was elect an Abolitionist. Just 5 Because by votioe for democrats "iih the Breckinridge Demucraey. if they can Two questions then had to be met: by that means only get to Congress. Judge Mr. Hale boui mdorw his course in Congress, and be- ,ule cUlm8 bc t'mon man so is Mr. good faith to bS a candidate, he been at different times a AVhig, Nothing, Republican, Border State Con- G. D. Smith and J. M. Cole Privates, En Lieut. S. Haynea u. OIIMI.U HIIU .j. ,TI. VOIP i-rivntes, r m. "-..ruea iglish. D. Fitzpatrick. The wounded "8 }rst bis "g'ment, hav. ant AVm. Chase N. C. Morton ref.a.lned bl8 We all begin to feel n __ IlKC RlllfllPra no oHnannA In f ar by who are very choice up in line of battle, when and Abolitionist, always an enemy of 'wlTi, H h Mr. Hale bound in honor and will of course respect; and if they suffer tlirough gutters and nil other Buvh ohst -1 by his watchful care. love him, n to bd a candidate, after the Demo- it will of course be by the depredations of every charge we were saluted b the "nC "n'y W'lit 'he time when we can nUrence had adjourned without ma- others. The soldier, leaving his home, has left nnd heavily with grape "Ur CArB Protcction nper niln. com-' atiun on tue strength that he behind all its many luxuries, the well-kept gar- sliell and railroad iron Tl .JM 't A munder, on Ihe field. Officers and men ilike n as an Independent Union aandidate. den in Summer, and well stocked i-pll.ir in :_.i._i__., %....___ T. .'lan us want to: nerve their animirir with aocracy. 5- Bceausq Hale in bolting the norqination of own panj, could not trusted by demo- it just that those who and democrat, we ob- Union man as his Honor, Judge Bull Run with us by tryine flank g held responsible for the acts of lo ,he ,Mt ,s refl Mconjanee1 therewth Derate. erence to the If so, vote forudge 11 Uidate. ln i P raander, on the field. Officers and men in, the least, but on we went till'tho Reb.. were with themselves and their friends. F. D. A. A GBNTLK your sister. engaged with her swei t mart, nsks VM of watt out sixty round, and were relied. room gmrt on the faut ynu turn. You'will not be missed. Doo't forget this, little boye! withllut a bird- bird witho i A fu" I an n it. cedars, but daughter, are like the rol QU iv- in Hharon. gSrs-Jtr: r rfru{ hat he had tna 
                            

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