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   Agitator, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1862, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania                               From ITMTVtmrtc of avpl. W j JTJDGB HALE. The nominat-on) of Eon. William II. Arm in thc Congressional district in win h the whose name heads this p-ir.i- grnph has Rivm rise to some sir notion- on thfc part of tho-e who have aUnv I man H his name to be us.-d U very class oi Hre, kinrul-e Kul'jcctn hioiscll In n taint ivml ft suspi cion of from no past service i.r future can nff'oni him relief. Krom such a I.i'.1. we that Judge llala will shrink w .ih horror. The c'li'i were in tlin C n er'-siii. n .1 I' .nl'Tciice which Clinton iind C'jn're cc unli. naiiielv, II. I.. bach fr m Ibi- former, nflil t'. T. Alexander from the lit'.-r c. unty, have entered their pp'toM a-lint.! lli" ri'l'usal of il niijonty of that CIIM frrcrc.- t nink" ft in-if ion So fir a" i i min ition nai it w.i  c i u II an 1 it th it .1 i-, 1 i in in full .i i 1 I tli.' .r p- o ith .n..! prote-t, boL.lii-'' ue u.int fajw n. u v t u-o tlu'ro aio ia tli 'U .1 I n tins subject veiiti'rday. and i, ,v wo ih.-n decl IP tint il gur> strength life to we. regret tu in the cen- tr-il district. Judge Dale being candidate b' f' re, the National Ojl'inn ti 'n ijavc r.o'indicatio.p of.'nny-wish toco thfl 'of- the and W-IH HUGH t stitvng ft- lii.s friend nml supporter.' At nil events, tbcre is ..but ojic duty left to all men in tho central district. However much thfj may esteem Judge Hah1, they must regard him in the position of one who is en- d-avurmjj tlie Administration, and use evpry means to prevent his election. We nre sorry to ho compelled to enter into such a contest, but thc duty is paramount, in- evitable, nnd should be performed. [Fr.'tn thi- Rrnnrh Democrat.] Bud for Armstrong. wliich his .ffjends irt his "com- enrriages, we Cittinot find in the entift law- a raanding clwied tlmt he wrote as fol- :point' where his 'interests .are toucried. EDITOR 4 b HeLi'J he taxed Uirce pw cent on hitfincome, ''jtvohetl. arc ia of a .peedj- exceed.- like any ttlemcnt of our difficulties by COMPROMISE. But -a farmer whose revenue exceeds_that Kenoked, That when one section of our coun- amfiunt, cannot be called unless it hate-Bean subjugated' byfhs other, be iin the faet_that he gruwblesat giving of his FA., led by the friends of Mr. Arm-! WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCT. 8, _18C2. settlement of our difficulties bv COMPROMISE. t State Nominations. FOR AUDITOR GENERAL, THOMAS E. COCHRAN, OF YORK COffNTT. FOB SURVEYOR CKKERAL, "WILLIAM S. ROSS, OF LUZERNE COUNTY. Hull's f i if nil i eltilioiiecr for him in. County Nominations. Democrits cannot forget that Wm. II. Arm- Wiluiot's raiididale for Congress in this District, was man who saddled Tioga t'.iunty lipon us, hoping thereby to Abolition- I.yi ilming, ('.'litre, and Clinton. Demoii-ats cannot f'.rget that Wm. II. Arm- .-tr..ng li IH rep. tedlv the doctrine of hiii'd S Dickiii-iui. that in these times of pr smt troulle slnmld let loose our hold of tlie do j-itiit ..n atid make a new one for [jres- cinnot f.rgfft th.it Wm. H. Arm- wtr.oig ijeclari'd in a r> cent that Nation- al were in heart Iricnds of the Da-j lis (iovorniiu nt, although lio knew at the time a mnjoritv nf the I'nion ftrmy were Composed of this class el men. Peiii irnts, thatevory vote cast for Wm. II. slrmyth to Wilmot's ii at, that duilares tho old Constitu- t on mu-.t be ni'.dilie.l rx-lore tlie OoTerntnent rec.-ivcs a nni'ed hold in the Northern States, j Dcnn cun not forget that Wm. II. Arm- i strong li.i.s iinifi'i'mly itppnseil Democratic men I tind tun uiitl tlmt' mult tif Hiciri'iiii' hi-liin' fin' run nt ry i-f restored. thi'KD f.icts in viaw, no Democrat or con- .v.itivn will eait their votes for! V> in H. on tlio 2d Tuesday Oc- FOR CONOKESS, W. H. ARMSTKONG, of Lycoming Co. FOR SENATOR, STKPUEN F. WILSON, of Welhloro. FOR CHARLES 0. UoWilAN, of Knoxville. A. G. OLMSTED, Potter County. FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY, JEROME B. NILES, of MiMlebury. FOR COMMISSIONER, CHARLES F. MILLER, of Tioga. FOR Al'CITOR, CHARLES F. VEIL, of Liberty. FOB CORONER, JOEL ROSE, of Uulland. FOR SURVEYOR, WILLIA.M GARKETSON, of Tioga. General Election, October 14. have already become tho slaves a military abundance to the support of the Government, despotism. tfhc truth is, tlie framers of the National Tax Stsolvtd, That the small patriot band of Sen- haiJe been careful of the interests ators and Representatives in the'last extra Set- of the farmer and mechanic. The trarden of of Congrees; (Sigler, Preckinridge, Josse the) tax imposed falls upon the rick. Liixiims D. Bright, who dared to maintain the in- are heavily taxed, while and mat- tegritj of the Constitution under the menaces tors of prime necessity are left untouched, of expulsion and imprisonment, are entitled to The merchant, the millionaire, the heavy man- the gratitude of every American citizen, and ufactufrer, doctors, lawyers, and professional impartial history will award them an entiable men generally, are heavily taxed, but farmers distinction. and men of moderate means go scot free. Itesoh-ed, That the persistent determination Spirituous liquors, wines, tobacco, bear a of tlio majority of the members of the late ex- good proportion' of the burden, but these be- tra session of'congress to frown down -every long to the vicei of the nation, and the less measure tlmt had for its object the peaceful ad- consumc'd of them the better, juslment of onr national difficulties, indicates a hese nre facts which no one dare dispute, fanatical mania that would have much better and no false figures can scare honest patriots become the crusaders of centuries pone "by, into voting for the bogus Union candidates who than the representatives of a free, intelligent, would oppose this great measure of President and Christian people of the nineteenth century." measure which commends itsell to Such are the famous Resoiutionn passed by the sympathy nnd support of the entire civil- friends of SETII and his strips, at a Con- ued world. The truth' is becoming every day fcree Meeting held at St. Mary's, Elk County, more and more apparent that the purpose of Pa.i August 15th, I8U1. Let SETH, his trea- the Democratic party of this County was only sonable sentiments, his "incorruptible integri- partially disguised. Outsiders are told that it his "commanding and his "clas- is :all for the welfare of the sic pass into oblivion, among the country and.tlie suppression of treason. But things that were. those in the ring have a further purpose to I subserve. With Borne of them, if we arc to Facta to be Remembei-ad. i.., ti.o main are regiments were to ttieir'flrrt btttU In the battle of Sliarpaburg the Corps for formed prodigies of eliarging the enea over and over again, driving superior forcti from chosen positions, and eomeodin, f hours and hours withi fearful bravery mny be measured by thfjr were more than one-seventh of the force gaged. We should not think it worth whiU this much in defense of a noted for bravery and gteadinesi as P. sylvania Raaerves, werei it not for on and untruthful slur upon them recently B..i by the Herald. This paper had the e to that Recervet had ig battles, and the friends of the naturanndtgnafioerilt the T Let the. rolers of Tioya County m turf, urkinir for the future. They imagine that 1. That the Williamsport Democrat which concern lias about gone to supports James T. Hale, for Congress, denoun- t smasll) must save what they can of _m_m_____________ i "cs Ihe President's Proclamation of Freedom form the Union parjy. i, -.1 I in the most hitter terms. We print the article this time hot look out Wo nre so much crowded witli political j r It not smash things tins tune, uiu IOOK oui Thpy T i of pa' CTtll I. i th" lh- n'-L HA h ivo n own r join [From tli" .M.lt.nii.in Hale h.is become a t matter tins week that we havo been obliged to leave out several letters jind our usual local ool of the summary of news from the boys. We want to elsewhere. Thc inference ia fair that Hale opposed to tho Proclamation. 2. That Hale was induced to run by a few for the next year. This is the nest of a brood of Democrats by and by. They surrender some of the oftlces and pass i Lni to r un ns their I send 'tho ne ,vs next week to the brave boys in Democrats, in order to divide the Republican Bny kind of so na to make th W. Jl. at home, and that they have and lor I'irfigress in the Lyuoming l'ist- ti -t iu-iin-t th" II I' n a. eonlemptihli' act on the part (d' Mr. 11 il.'. Tiie It.'mocrais were ire tb.it unless they cculd induce an un- oinjin n.iMtij; I'nion to lii'cuinc a canui- niics of our common country. d i'.. f..r thi'ir t'-irtv they would no hope -uc'i-ss, ind induced to become il.'-ir elm.! d ilc in order to di feat Mr. Arui- ,1 i vote of the District, whilst W. F. held, that they have been nobly sustained Centre Co.inty, is announced as thc Inde- pendent Democratic Candidate, and his nomi- riot been sutlering and bleeding hir a barren l nation has been ratified by public meetings ol victory, or a patched-tip peace with the one- J of Repnldicans stick. Once inside, they hope to mould n portion of them to their purpose. Thev ruled this country too absolutely and too long in the pnst, to surrender all hopes of the tho "iinterrihYd" in Centre, Lycoming, and i future. If are caught .napping Clinton Counties. For particulars, read the ar- accomplish thsir purpose: if they vl i In ,Ju II i K.ni-.'lf L, t'.is n.-1 in o ni 1 ii- sin-sa to r. "1, p ilnoti ni I lovrti m ,..i Mil'-'Ti iifti'i in 't a pack t "ii party inuy be b-' .1 ill L I, OM -ci I n tb.' i-N i t c --M I nV j 1 r 111 in I ll State. i i i >J T' 11. 'i on t i1' "u i. -Mill t-. r t r j. i i o t-l tr. ii in .1 ii nl ii- ;i- this 91 i i- to In- i- i opt' 111. 1 i s f ,1 ,i- ,1, to .-n.i, l. 't by one 1 b..- lull l we CUMI..: r-lni ir un -i i i ur l.'iini .n I i- i- f, 'i-..... .11. I :n I IT in l r.- II i--' IV in th.' .ii- -i c. 1 .L 'il 1 merit and surely incur by loo- bo heed i! wurinn-.' Wo n.-' i: th- Ab.dm m IV', lim iti ,n f t'lc President n. piper R.-f r" this wir ft-'o.iily iii'-n. eJ, aii'l CV.T MHO HC li-xed t'li it I u. .In WK the t of :i n.i i. ,n i f r i d r tin- Cn: MI, an 1 in inf.ini. lit document v. th.' I'nre tlint what th." firl r.mv Tli'i tbi'.i ntleni'.li t free nil th" -lues, nnd pri.mi-. -i t> piv f.r tho-c 10 1 'V 'I A MI h.ii" a n i; rlil'. "f ib. i.t t'.vo m... .n- 11 ir--. :x v'-it" b'bt. o( n..t I. pr i1'i! 1 T, t! in on" hunlr-'l mil1 on-i, i'id .1 "l 'i il 1 I u. 1 >u an 1 i r Ifon. iJ. Armsti-ollg. rc.ihis already informed that, ,'n'li nnriiiinioiisly noniina- Kcpul'iic.un in lits diHtri'-t as the f. r n.-xr '1 tie ili--teict -id of Lye. miiiK, Centre, i r.iltcr coui'to'i. lie will, th.Tcl'ore, i.'pre-.'iit an constituency. Every It-publican 'h.is influence, and on our first "Dieffenbach can, if he chooses to exert it, help to sustain the cause of 1'recdum, good government, and perpetual peace among the .States of this I'nion. They can help tlun by refutinc: tin; snphism and falsehood of Democratic dis- and new-papers, and in getting W Pre9etlt l'J a of j who constantly- Let every personal friends, which we have printed i the .-n page. 4. That (lift "Union" P.irty of this <'onntv means a union ofdisappomted otli c 3. That instuid of u.-ing his franking pr'nclcge for the public good, in sending the tux law to hia constituents, is using that frank- ing privilege in Hooding the mails with an thoy are awake to duty, like true sentinels on the watch-towel' of Free lorn, al! will Le safe. I'l.tt.-r ami new-papers cvcrv Republican voter to tho polls. true man look out for wire-pullers office- and explained on our lirst -ickii-1, who, not being able to Iind uites for i.f -iv.i- s.ni-f t.on tint we view the j them.elveH in the Kepnldicaii party, are Hying i ,-n v a Lire" in ijoiitv, to find them in the nu.k.- of the enemy, hv- seekers, ivith th'1 seattered reiiinants of The Foe at Home. The true enemies of thf country at this mo- ment are not the rebels only who stand frankly imoiig aurseU e.- strivo to exasperate one half 'St. They  lhe c'uven foot of sympathy with enough to see their dressy-parades. Three phcr ti eiiiir ul" life ability and incorruptible integrity" indorsed 'j''10'1 institution will stick out occasionally hundred or three hundred and fifty battle-worn, cluldi L o. r Pills. Tl ,.y u use, an.i HIT w. II en, uuh ki nor ll t t" to Lo roo two tew til QH> by our neighbor, tho liumier, last week. We1 in 8llite If tllc eJ'tora of the hungry, ill-clad veterans, were, al! that .-Ulju- -are not a projihot, but wo will venture this pre- wil1 reading the Philadelphia cou (1 roturD as for diity. The re-t dict'.i.n, tliat tho incorrutible, will lack I and the 1'uliwt and L'niun, and take up 'r 1 I r sulttr battle fields, or bad fallen victims to dis- tllll! of -in el.-difin should il'e iNatlollllI luJt L.11W, they Will find tb-lt thp K T> 11 -.1- i f r> I votes ol .in citttton. IY e snouia like tn.u uie easip. Rut when oj from Friid- MJIJ much to lee of the "command- Jarlll-er is not taxed one, ctnt for national ptirj-o- was taken op the men stepped out ujg abiljty" in his idace ia the and "lf> cropn, his cattle, aro a'l bvijkly and talked, as cbucriulfy aa if tl.o I D.MIM.-TKATOR'S of niinislrriliun havinp been granted to higD-cl on the of Charle. 0. lute of JO..C..-C.1. .ill having claims qr   IA E. .'H'eal KOY'K tRt'iJ il-B. Wh B Ij, for 10n on (be dtmth i-by y. L. Hoon in at o clock a- m. ii raid (bat I pracbia r great prototjprt, ao The horror Capt. C; rait, K. B. 0. B. Stono, C. K look worn and taly fortitude and am o ,t agxui, to htlp An which should ba It ii a Gi fol purpu'f back pay of tn of nil xnr n of the C ihil tnt of charge. 1 Goaotj tu thc form, ST rs M M.i.' if POST Orricr. W '8m: tmajicr for i ui present unable j t fnLhc to. ihc Kc- A. X 7., of l! Bciety. TbcT an; a- Praidtxt MTJ. l.i.i-i M I'l're I'rtiiJent- S. I'.ick.nJ. D. 1 V A I Coatributior s clctliin the Ua ll ifac i'bove- nnn.cii l.tu i W. F. Hi Cn..l T. nj Tola cajt fur till lit Abraham I.inculn. Km wt anfie brcn tOlirer DiUoo A Co., who will Mod my p the price in fta tor Pian.. 40 Stapben Glovtr, 25 eci-.t 5 in tet, 35 cents iOcmt. Ix-ad Mi nil, "Whera Can Ihe canta. Olorw, Ji MAJOR FIKI r. iiidition (o tba addition conii in Uia v avidncc of M> it ncctMa to put up an Market il dry rtot and m lu he ii able Coaeor rc bo HU c of what g. Lodica' gooiis tl (Batltr Sc-hool H (Trwi Schorl 1 Darn Sectl.n Ua Dyke EWSFAFERI   

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