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Agitator, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1862, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania From of W j HALE The of Eon William II Arm in thc Congressional district in win h the whose name heads this has Rivm rise to some sir on part of who have boen the and tho revilers of I1 Half The Tery who four to down Judge the of writer of this paragraph him with malevolence and laDder now plotting and ginning to entrap him for the of what it has required fte life time of Judge Halo to do namely gain honesty patriotism and manly devotion t principle friends of Halo the friends nl the eminent and the supporters of tho nominated Mr Armstrong for The Judge the enemies of the government and thc opponents war for seek tlie defeat of Mr strong Iu 11 we can only view thc wh Ir in this light if Judge IH inn to he will tho i of who seek the of his name that they perpetuate R great political i by conn to the of humiliation of the government id loyal man H his name to be U very class oi Hre In n taint ft cion of from no past service future can him relief Krom such a we that Judge will shrink w ih horror The were in tlin C n n 1 I which Clinton cc II I bach fr m former t T Alexander from the c unty have entered their lli of il of that t ft ion So fir a i i min ition nai it lie in tb it t put imn us II n William II Arm sir n f men ol toe distr i i- In in I lo be -t d it it it i- i f h eh the MI bich and un 1 r complain ib y suspect -i c nni n i t 1 ell belli i ii U of Haic and J in t'i it -i I r t M- Tli ol i tli 1 in cr c i u II an 1 it th it 1 i- 1 i in in full i i 1 I tli r o ith ue n u v t aio ia tli U 1 I n tins subject and i v wo decl IP tint il strength life to we regret tu in the district Judge Dale being candidate b f re the National ti n toco of- the and HUGH t friend nml supporter At nil events is but duty left to all men in tho central district However much may esteem Judge they must regard him in the position of one who is en- tlie Administration and use 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 Bud for Armstrong his irt his com- we find in the a he wrote as where his interests are EDITOR 4 b he taxed pw cent on arc ia of a like any of our difficulties by COMPROMISE But -a farmer whose revenue That when one section of our cannot be called unless it subjugated other be iin the he giving of his FA led by the friends of Mr WEDNESDAY MORNING OCT 8 settlement of our difficulties bv COMPROMISE t State Nominations FOR AUDITOR GENERAL THOMAS E COCHRAN OF YORK FOB SURVEYOR WILLIAM S ROSS OF LUZERNE COUNTY Hull's f i if nil i for him in County Nominations cannot forget that Wm II for Congress in this District was man who saddled Tioga lipon us hoping thereby to ilming litre and Clinton cannot that Wm II li IH rep the doctrine of S that in these times of pr smt troulle let loose our hold of tlie do n make a new one for Wm H in a cent that al were in heart of the lis nt although lio knew at the time a nf the were Composed of this class el men vote cast for Wm II to Wilmot's ii at that tho old t on be tlie a hold in the Northern States j cun not forget that Wm II i strong Democratic men I tind tun mult tif fin run nt ry restored in viaw no Democrat or con- will their votes in H on 2d Tuesday FOR W H of Lycoming Co FOR SENATOR F WILSON of FOR CHARLES 0 of Knoxville A G OLMSTED Potter County FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY JEROME B NILES of FOR COMMISSIONER CHARLES F MILLER of Tioga FOR CHARLES F VEIL of Liberty FOB CORONER JOEL ROSE of FOR SURVEYOR of Tioga General Election October 14 have already become tho slaves a military abundance to the support of the Government despotism truth is tlie framers of the National Tax That the small patriot band of haiJe been careful of the interests ators and Representatives in extra of the farmer and mechanic The of of Congrees Sigler Josse the tax imposed falls upon the rick D Bright who dared to maintain the in- are heavily taxed while and 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 the gratitude of every American citizen and doctors lawyers and professional impartial history will award them an men generally are heavily taxed but farmers distinction and men of moderate means go scot free That the persistent determination Spirituous liquors wines tobacco bear a of majority of the members of the late ex- good proportion of the burden but these be- tra session to frown down long to the of the nation and the less measure had for its object the peaceful ad- of them the better 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 passed by the sympathy nnd support of the entire friends of and his strips at a Con- ued world The truth is becoming every day Meeting held at St Mary's Elk County more and more apparent that the purpose of August 15th Let SETH his the Democratic party of this County was only sonable sentiments his incorruptible partially disguised Outsiders are told that it his commanding and his is for the welfare of the sic pass into oblivion among the country 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 i main are regiments were to In the battle of the Corps for formed prodigies of the enea over and over again driving superior from chosen positions and f hours and hours withi fearful bravery mny be measured by were more than of the force gaged We should not think it worth whiU this much in defense of a noted for bravery and as P sylvania it not for on and untruthful slur upon them recently by the Herald This paper had the e to that had ig battles and the friends of the the T Let the rolers of County m turf for the future They imagine that 1 That the Williamsport Democrat which concern lias about gone to supports James T Hale for Congress t must save what they can of i cs President's Proclamation of Freedom form the Union 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 oui T i of pa I i th HA h ivo n own r join tli Hale 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 and pass i 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 in the ti -t th II I n a act on the part d Mr 11 il Tiie were ire unless they induce an un- to a of our common country d i they would no hope ind induced to become d ilc in order to di feat Mr 1 i vote of the District whilst W F held that they have been nobly sustained Centre is announced as thc pendent Democratic Candidate and his riot been and bleeding hir a barren l nation has been ratified by public meetings ol victory or a peace with the one- J of stick Once inside they hope to mould n portion of them to their purpose ruled this country too absolutely and too long in the to surrender all hopes of the tho in Centre Lycoming and i future If are caught napping Clinton Counties For particulars read the ar- accomplish if they vl i In Ju II i L in o ni 1 to r 1 p ni I m i in t a pack t ii party inuy be b- 1 ill L I OM I n tb i t c I nV j 1 r 111 in I ll State i i i T 11 i on t i1 u i t- r t r j i i o t-l tr ii in 1 ii nl i- this 91 i i- to In- i- i opt 111 1 i s f 1 i- 1 to l t by one 1 lull l we ir un -i i i ur n I i- i- f i- 11 I I IT in l II IV in th -i c 1 L il 1 merit and surely incur by bo heed i! Wo m IV lim iti n f President n piper r this wir eJ MHO HC it I u In WK the t of i n i f r i d r MI an 1 in lit document v th tlint what th firl t free nil th nnd -i piv 10 1 V I A MI a n i f ib m 11 o I pr 1 T in on 1 l i il 1 I u 1 an 1 i r Ifon iJ already informed that in lits as the f r 1 tie -id of Lye Centre i lie will an constituency Every influence and on our first Dieffenbach can if he chooses to exert it help to sustain the cause of good government and perpetual peace among the States of this They can help tlun by tin and falsehood of Democratic dis- and and in getting W a of j who constantly- Let every personal friends which we have printed i the -n page 4 That lift Union of this means a union c 3 That of his franking for the public good in sending the tux law to hia constituents is using that ing privilege in Hooding the mails with an thoy are awake to duty like true sentinels on the of Free lorn will Le safe ami Republican voter to tho polls true man look out for and explained on our who not being able to for tint we view the j in the party are Hying i -n v a Lire in to find them in the of the enemy seekers of The Foe at Home The true enemies of thf country at this ment are not the rebels only who stand frankly to exasperate one half St They this by ho to the at and to Ihv r of their as and radicals GENERAL ELECTION by sn act of tho iV of the of tied An act to this on Jnl one eight hundred and thirty-nine it in joined on me to give notice of such bo nnd in such notice whit often are to bo elected Therefore I II STOWELL Jr of the Count of Tinga hereby known anJ give this public to the mid County of Tioga a General t held the County on the of be the 14tH day of month the districts within Count let at tho Court 2d at tho honse of 3d at thc of A 4th at tho School Sth Covington at tho of A L fith at the of D 7th Jackson nt thc housti of Jumes Miller 8th Lawrence nt the house of C 9th at the School Shippen nt the Ith at the uf J II Woodraff 12th al the uf J K at tlic School Rutland nt the of R ROM at nl the W t 11 at the of A Kuu at Sthl at thc of W C Balb inth at the K 1 21st at ol C Hi iho lil at nf C at of C P I at the house of L Culm at the house of A L nl li u-c ol II G Short Ward nt til School lOlli at tlic near John at of at the School M al ut At h time ami are to be til and Ur Au General of the i ll il One for of the I Jhc ef and Centre Connlin In Out- nt tlic rit i in the Mate Two to and in i f r of for ot Slh i I'm cf i Tio Ir I l oni c a County rt z of to make n i! r tin n tl will 17 1 In Mil arc c and II I sen nn 1 ll te u II ed I'll and he nf I nnd all is a n t in hone u c- c to tlie rv cait for tho uf tlie is a volo fur your country utv in their ith fa No tin II W candid ill unlike the The t of the is t b the cry mer is tools to of II ui I1 the them to 1 ir til I ni n r I ate the American Mr the II is actively i to the Mr Armstron the of travel and an r t r r 0 the other friends ol Freedom on the Ur nf the principles nnd ity of then entered c in onr Spit lie upon tor j That every vote for Hale nnd O I- lor i policy of nt an 1 i in -t I1 Ad i at ion That the is made op nlv and between freedom and in tho will of Ticket is i vote f r and every vote it is a vote for Slavery and the oligarchy which grows and fattens upon it Thc result of your vote that unless we the rebellion I can ticket and will speak at Liberty on ho Bo throughout the length e by slavery the colored men -11 i i ch r t ir- a j L v iit they 1 i arc tlic men rty and tiny ini ie ri h aie the men of ol lion st free laborers They aro the who tell Iho of the I 1 m further except of 1 of the lr i! c o i t t t r n IV H cr b ur shall be MI live or any r aoi anj m t is bj Assembly day evening next and ut on two a 1 nnd from the lipt regarded prominent ml in lie nf th afternoon 2 p anil 1 patriot of the nnd breadth of the land every newspaper i b lt of the position in tho nut his -in tho I Tonnage Tax while they know appr bilh are his vote was it from first to th will take the work out of the hards and the out of the mouths ot tlie Northern white men They are if Davis should in State is opposed would arid fall before stripe nre aHo the to President's Proclamation of freedom liim and say that they did nil they could to statement that Mr Armstrong voted for Republican paper indorses it by preserving slavery and 8 That Dr Wibb a candidate before the Democratic Convention for the nf tli s C that Hirer of anT tion he any office to voted instru lion in t ibc Act of Assembly of 2d pamphlet 219 likewise in i of ibu election f of ihu it cry place of etc mv at this nf H 24 the North are thc men who assume to denounce as radicals and fanatics and Hie e by a lew of the would-be thubo who wish to use in war 1 to liny statement made any i i c t-i the all in one leaders to pledge himself in ca-c of his election and to beat tho foe arc thc men who A plan is to ask for tlm record or Important Tlic Public I! Twenty Thousand Dollars Worth of I a n il n co u- t it ion to iv I r i 1 i f ti t- t rt m in 1 i t p I i 11 no r in ii t I i I M n i 1 i 01 il in i t ie I i- i 1 I i i -s N i n 1 i 1 t oti ii I 1 t L U I I 1 t l H II S U 1 M l 11 o III i r v c tly puH in a -T ul 1 rath r keep th ii Pi i 1 M v ni id I t it v n c of th nat n than 11 i I Uir A C and T j X rvat v c IV n v h in It then t tbn glorious f in oi us pr portions and c d upon its f ji rv av i al i i il UK u t that b n -11 ab i v I v in i it 1 by the i s ir K I I ii i A1 wh they i n t t i j n ti to -u rt the io c u oi li c t us then u- a ill 1.3 Hull T II li Wo cull pretty but IL won t down with the intelligent people of C Tho of County are fur nt this cursed war to u and U -y to tho in uning ILL means to end by tba men who will best sustain hlai r Why 1 Ui bo of and we arts at A to know call no motive of for it tou u right a to be bv liny bo tu v shlu 111 an as t i- M t 1 known ini the of our t was lauded for his u m i t and ex lent stem Mi one of tlie candidates o 1 i- a pi M r for the Tinted S i M Ti r were indications of his rising popularity Witli h have now 1 i L: u i e want i utU we want at that tho r liom has been I icy fo run Mr u e in in t ti 1 o- s f ui and i h -t in n Mill not citer thus oil o- t when there is not time tu from the record to vole against Hon Uvid Wilmot for United responsible for any fatal States Senator And reader remember that cause of the country because Dr Webb refused to thus pledge arc threaten t fnr C nt j h- u at cut from r-r below at r that country the of McClellan s belt lie ivas defeated by the intrigues of thc i J b army if the should decide that leaders and 0 Taylor was nominated public good required his removal These 0 therefore that every vote cast the men who with ble consequences if ho listens to the pure and patriotic impulse and counsel of the country instead of allowing himself to ho led by those who love party more than they hate anarchy i uu 3 of Freedom The Republicans of L'S Helen's Look at these Prices THE WAll NEWS A dispatch at dated Saturday states i that a tremendous buttle is in prepress near Corinth Miss The two armies have been continuously since yesterday morning 0 F Taylor is a vijte cast thc nnd at o'clock this afternoon heavy election of David Wilmot ding waa heard iit miles from Cor- inth Tho result is not known as the Rebels honest man in the land thi have possession of the railroad nnd of hn by what they are him wk himself south of Bethel Last a dispatch they would rievo if the K v 1 j r deluded into a support of the i WP1 1 nt v If to is T I1 wan nt V that th s r weie rn men Let Him ask whether 6 under the false pretense of they are men at the North whom the 1 00 the Union us it most love all let him ask magnificent colors 51 50 to Silk from to 1 ich to 300 New worth t Figured Wuol 31 Pro -J 75 A i 75 1 I -11 HI Wide battle had resulted in u complete victory fol the Union side The Rebels under Van Dorn Price and made the attack upon our doubt disgustingly at th ception given to President's Proclamation men wh arc so radically false to ty can be true to the Union 1 in 11 ih Cl 111 lit II til of 1 recta n of Mr t up MI of su b an 1 w e ill itc the State and i el I lo will do ex- make his -in solemn councils of i was formed to help c the of tho concern Instead of giving of Freedom in last of the us a The Pennsylvania Reserve a handsome indorsement struck at the of this cursed I deprived of nil the comforts of life to it tries to frighten the people by making undergo hardships and and 1 1 UN i LI M v 11 it i ta the I iii din tin r UN t i M h i litis n vtt for J tho i Tins n tit to b1 Mr n ability in l a nil us will d to tin Si ite ind nation nnd add I he endorsed by every voter in the n i ipe the patriot forces at Corinth but w defeated with great slaughter leaving their dead and wounded on the Our forces were in full pursuit on both sides are said to he largo Our behaved most to risk not only the chances of battle but tl pestilence which is begotten in swamps would to be enough lo ask id our robbing them of the credit due brave men fur gallant conduct The Pennsylvania Reserve so long under lien McCall but now led by Cien has as well of tho country as any command in entire South would cost another hundred f thc light to is a man uf integrity and ability Ho is n thousand million dollars of which battle near Sharpsburg the has i of about forty years of age of pleasing vania's share will be about four hundred and taken a prominent part iti every eng of manners nnd advocates principles which should Stephen F Wilson We place the name of Steven F Wilsen of Tioga County iit the head of our this about of week for Senator This completes our ticket which we do not hesitate to say is the best ever to the voters of this county and district Mr M ilson is a nent member of the bar in his own false calculations about iu cost in dollars and There tho Banner bo to be paid for which at three hundred dollars will the nation three hundred millions of lars and to four millions of the will labor iol his election by v ill la If you want take Pill ing d in this market that can compare with new indention for chasing out d UPU fifty millions of dollars nn which the yearly Army of the and often I endorsed by every voter in the J without support tho of forces t i i c i tax Le twenty-seven mi lions of e bespeak for him a hearty support in thri a3 as Some Of tilo an this county addition to our State tax which loft a Now it may ba seen that although tho ago with fuU ranks are now so sadly re- r tries to be moderate in its no- ducted that they arc regiments only in name the money An en cf nd Woolen and Lor the most Furnishing and White j millinery Goods Retail nnd in fact every in class Dry that we lo all wo D to call at REE X K nt ICM than Now York Jobbing BEE Water St N I Sept 10 informs the of that he has oi.enerf a CC C It OWL'S WAGON SHOP to do all manner of work prompt clip tho above complimentary notice of our candidate fur Senator from the Warren We notice last week that one A tions for tho purpose of holding the fev by virtue nf their glorious deeds When tn a fifty barrel tub done on nonce 0 F May S wa a the democracy and fast who been into its us I hoy that bi lit nance tu wi hij d e ul old i il you a for WBI fill for take wc Print a of tho commanding foot of sympathy with enough to see their Three ti ul life ability and incorruptible integrity indorsed institution will stick out occasionally hundred or three hundred and fifty L o r Pills Tl y u use HIT w II en uuh ki nor ll t t to Lo roo two tew til by our neighbor tho last week in If of the hungry ill-clad veterans were that -are not a but wo will venture this pre- reading the Philadelphia cou 1 as for The tho will lack I and the and and take up r 1 I r battle fields or bad fallen victims to dis- of -in should they Will find thp K 11 i f I votes ol in IY e like uie Rut when oj from much to lee of the is not taxed one for national was taken op the men stepped out ujg in his idace ia the and his cattle aro and talked as aa if I of been granted to on the of Charle 0 lute of ill having claims qr nre requested at in T I ail in arc to thc soon possible M C IA E Wh B Ij for on be y L Hoon in at o clock a- m ii raid bat I r great ao The horror Capt C rait K B 0 B Stono C K look worn and taly fortitude and am o t to An which should ba It ii a Gi fol back pay of tn of nil xnr n of the C ihil tnt of charge 1 tu thc form ST rs M if POST W for i ui present unable j t to ihc A X 7 of an a- MTJ M S D 1 V A I s the Ua ll i W F Hi T nj Tola fur till lit Abraham Km wt A Co who will Mod my p the price in fta tor Pian 40 25 5 in tet 35 cents Mi nil Can canta Ji MAJOR FIKI r o tba addition in Uia v of it to put up an Market il dry and m lu he ii able rc bo HU c of what g Lodica tl H Schorl 1 Darn Ua Dyke
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