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The Prevailing Candidate, or the Election carried by Bribery and the Devil

An anecdote of a certain candidate, for the ensuing election. Happening to be at Newark, when he first heard that Mr. J y, was acquitted of the crime laid to his charge he shrugged his shoulders, and said that from the disposition himself had ob

The friends of Mr. John Broome have discovered, during the progress of the poll, that Mr. Pell, and not Mr. Broome, is the candidate held up by the antifederals in the County of Westchester; and that while the same party in this city, under an a

City of Albany, February 16, 1792. On the 13th instant a letter was received by Abraham Ten Broeck, Esquire, from a gentleman in New York, informing that Judge Yates had publicly declined standing a candidate for Governor, and inclosing the foll

A Theatrical Candidate

A Theatrical Candidate

Honour to the brave ... It is an act of justice to our worthy candidate for mayor, Captain Carberry, to narrate to our fellow citizens a few of the distinguished acts of his military career ... The better part of valor is discretion and so ends

Scene in Washington. In which the Presidental candidate of all the decency or respectable Webb "Whig" Party . . .

James G. Birney. The character and claims of a candidate for the highest office in the nation are always proper topics for public consideration and discussion ... Signed Q. [n. p. 184-].

Public meeting. G. B. Arnold, an independent democratic candidate for the state Senate, from this County, will address the Citizens of [blank] at [blank] o'clock. A general attendance is requested [Ill., 1840?].

To the free and independent voters of Madison County. Fellow-citizen: In offering myself as a candidate for the office of probate justice of the peace ... Your fellow-citizens, George W. Prickett. July 15, 1843. [s. l.]

Election next Monday. For representative to Congress, the farmer's, fisherman's and freeman's candidate. Hon. Daniel P. King of Danvers. Fellow citizens of District Number Two ... March 30, 1843.

Wake up workingmen. You have repreatedly been told that W. W. Seaton is the Mechanic's friend, and his name has appeared in the papers as the Mechanic's candidate for the mayoralty at the election to be held this day. Don't believe such stuff--h

Mayoralty. Clear the track for John C. Harkness, the mechanic's workingman's and independent candidate! ... Many voters. May 21, 1846. [Washington, D. C.] Printed by James N. Davis, Southwest corner of Pennsylvania avenue and 12th street.

To the electors of the Western Congressional district. The Hon. Wilkins Updike, of South Kingstown, is now a candidate to represent you in the next Congress of the United States ... A Citizens of Narragansett. [1847].

The candidate of many parties. A phrenological examination to ascertain what his political principles are

Questioning a candidate

Speech of the Taylor candidate for Congress. Mr. Jacob Barker's speech at Lafayette. [1848?].

To the voters of Washington City. On Monday next we shall exercise our privilege of electing a chief magistrate. The appearance of Mr. Dow, as a candidate, has been charged upon the frineds of General Weightman, for the purpose of defeating Mr.

Loco Foco hunters treeing a candidate

William A Graham: whig candidate for Vice President of the United States

To the Whigs of the first Congressional district. The undersigned, Whigs of the Town of Hartford, being convinced that the late convention held in this city, to nominate a Whig candidate for the First Congressional District, did not, in its comp

Millard Fillmore. American candidate for the presidency

Eagle portrait presidential candidate cut

Hunkers, attend! Fire away!! The above is a true likeness of "ten cent Jimmy" Buchanan, the "damed-black-rat's" candidate for president ... P. S. "Jimmy" you cannot win! Freedom's Office, Fremont's Peak, Rocky Mountains [1856?].

Hon. Abraham Lincoln: Republican candidate for sixteenth president of the United States

Hon. Hannibal Hamln: Republican candidate for vice president of the United States

Spot him! "Rev." Henry Clay Dean, of Iowa, who was present at the Chicago Convention in 1864, at which McClellan was nominated at the Copperhead candidate for President, is now addressing the Pierce-Davis-Sinclair & Co. democracy in this state .

[Abraham Lincoln, candidate for U.S. president, half-length portrait, looking left, May 20,1860]

[Abraham Lincoln, candidate for U.S. president, before delivering his Cooper Union address, New York, N.Y., on Feb. 27, 1860]

Hon. John Bell: of Tennessee, national union candidate for sixteenth president of the United States

Hon. John Bell: of Tennessee, national union candidate for sixteenth president of the United States

"Union and the constitution." To the legal voters of Boston. On Monday, December 10th you are called upon the discharge the important duty of electing a mayor and other municipal officers for the ensuing year ... The candidate for mayor is Josep

The Rail candidate.

"These gentlemen are not in the least disappointed at having been passed over by the convention, and are going to support the candidate with the greatest enthusiasm"

[Abraham Lincoln, candidate for U.S. president, three-quarter length portrait, before delivering his Cooper Union address in New York City] / Brady, N.Y.

To the electors of the Western congressional district. The Hon. Wilkins Updike, of South Kingstown, is now a candidate to represent you in the next Congress of the United States ... A citizen of Narragansett. [186-].

Hon. Abraham Lincoln: of Illinois, national Republican candidate for sixteenth president of the United States

Hon. John C. Breckinridge: Democratic candidate for sixteenth president of the United States

[Abraham Lincoln, candidate for U.S. president, half-length portrait, looking right, May 20,1860]

Hon. Stephen A. Douglas: of Illinois, national democratic candidate for sixteenth president of the United States

To the voters of the third Congressional district, composed of the Counties of Carteret, Craven, Jones, Onslow, Duplin, Wayne, Johnston and Sampson. Fellow-Citizens:- I am a candidate for your suffrages, at the election to be held on the first W

The gunboat candidate; At the battle of Malvern Hill.

"My friends." When in July 1863, the City of New York was under the reign of a mob, when stores were closed ... at such a time when no man felt safe ... then Horatio Seymour the candidate of the McClellan Confederate peace deomcracy for Governor

The gunboat candidate at the Battle of Malvern Hill

I assure you my friend, that you can safely vote our ticket, for we have no connection with the Abolition party, but our Platform is composed entirely of rails, split by our Candidate.

Columbus Delano, Hon. of Ohio. Delegate to Republican National Convention at Chicago in 1860. Second the nomination of Abraham Lincoln as a candidate for Pres. U.S. State Commissary General of Ohio in 1861

To the people of the 7th Congressional District of North Carolina. Fellow Citizens: Circumstances having rendered upon me to become a candidate to represent the people of this district to the next Congress of the United States ... I deem it just

Annunciation. To the public. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for president of the United States for the next term ... Lorenzo Sherwood Washington, January 7, 1868.

First candidate out for president of the United States in 1876

The Republican Presidential candidate. "Nominate the right man." [n. p., 1876].

The Republican candidate for state treasurer in character. His arrest for attempted bribery of election inspectors. The villainy bushed up. From the Rochester Union of November 1, 1879.

The candidate and the tiger

The only Democratic presidential candidate who stands a chance of election in 1884 / F. Opper.

Shall a free-trade candidate lead a protection party? Is Arthur responsible for the reduction on the tariff on wool? [n. p. 1884].

Gen. Benj. F. Butler: candidate of the peoples party, for president of the United States

Initiation ceremonies of the darktown lodge - part second: the candidate charging the grand boss

Electioneering in Georgia -- a candidate pleading for a mountaineer's vote

[Abraham Lincoln, presidential candidate, half-length portrait, facing right]

Benjamin Harrison, Republican candidate for president

Levi P. Morton, Republican candidate for vice-president

[Abraham Lincoln, presidential candidate, half-length portrait, facing right]

[Abraham Lincoln, presidential candidate, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing slightly right]

[Abraham Lincoln, presidential candidate, half-length portrait, facing right]

[Abraham Lincoln, presidential candidate, half-length portrait, facing right]

[Abraham Lincoln, presidential candidate, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing slightly right]

The "press view" at the candidate show / Dalrymple ; J. Ottmann Lith. Co., Puck Building, N.Y.

The "press view" at the candidate show / Dalrymple.

Candidate Billy's busy day

Cupid's candidate / F. Opper.

[Abraham Lincoln, candidate for U.S. president. Half-length portrait, seated, facing front]

[Abraham Lincoln, candidate for U.S. president. Half-length portrait, seated, facing front]

The "logical" candidate and his logic / J.S. Pughe.

Julius Hauser [speaking as candidate for gov.]

[Abraham Lincoln, presidential candidate, half-length portrait, facing right]

The next candidate for statehood / O'Neill.

[Abraham Lincoln, presidential candidate, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing slightly right]

The popular candidate

Myron T. Herrick, Republican candidate for governor / Wm. E. Marshall del.

The poor man's candidate / Ehrhart.

The new pupil. A candidate for post-graduate honors

The large-ical candidate / Zim.

Gaither at Kensington. Mr. George R. Gaither, the Republican nominee for governor of Maryland, will speak in the Town Hall at Kensington Friday, October 4, 1907 commencing at 8 P.M. Addresses will also be made by Mr. Hammond Orner candidate for

Marse Henry's Candidate

[William Howard Taft, three-quarter-length portrait, seated, facing left, talking on a telephone as he receives news about his nomination as the 1908 Republican presidential candidate from President Theodore Roosevelt] / Harris & Ewing, Washington, DC.

[William Howard Taft, three-quarter-length portrait, seated, facing front, smiling while talking on a telephone as he receives news of his nomination as the 1908 Republican presidential candidate from President Theodore Roosevelt] / Harris & Ewing, Washington, DC.

[Abraham Lincoln, presidential candidate, half-length portrait, facing right]

Newcomb's democracy. Certain false and misleading statements concerning the political record of Harry T. Newcomb, candidate at the Democratic primaries for the office of State Senator, having been industriously circulated by those who seek to di

P. O'Malley; Candidate for Mayor

F.W. Griffith the Candidate

[Thomas Burke, candidate to succeed Piles as senator, three-quarter length portrait, standing, facing left, thumbs in his pants pockets]

Griffith Candidate; page 3

F.W. Griffith the Candidate; page 2

[The "sic-transit" gown, for a presidential candidate (should he contemplate "retiring from the world")]

News Note: Justice Hughes, in a letter, has declared that he is not a candidate for the republican presidential nomination and that if nominated he will decline

Charles E. Hughes, Republican candidate for president

Candidate for Second-Class Cross

National Woman's Party Headquarters in Nashville, Tenn., in which the campaign for ratification of the suffrage amendment is being conducted, photographed on the day that Parley P. Christensen, presidential nominee for the new Farmer-Labor Party addressed a mass meeting, urging immediate ratification. Left to right: Rankin Smith, Central Trades and Labor Council; Jim F. Nicholson, Business Manager of the Machinist; W.C. Birthright, Secretary of the Tenn. Federation of Labor; Mrs. Anne Calvert Neely, Mississippi state chairman of the National Woman's Party; W.M. Mitchell; Mrs. Mabel Reber, of New York; Mrs. Walter C. Jackson of Murfreesboro; Mrs. Florence Bayard Hilles, of Wilmington, Delaware, member of the Executive Committee of the Woman's Party; Parley P. Christensen, Presidential candidate of the Farmer-Labor Party; Miss Sue White, of Nashville, Tennessee state chairman of the Woman's Party; W.M. Fox, president of the Trades and Labor Council; Miss Mary Winsor of Philadelphia, Pa., member of the Advisory Council of the Woman's Party; Archie Craig; Charles P. Sweeney.

Unwilling Candidate

Eugene V. Debs, 5 times Socialist candidate for President, set free from prison on Christmas Day