For president: R. B. Hayes
For Vice president:: W. A. Wheeler
For Governor: S. M. Cullum
For Lieut. Governor: A. Shuman
For Congress Wm. Lathrop
For Circuit Clerk: J. Dwight
States Attorney: J. B. Lyon
Coroner: R. G. Benton
The above is Our Ticket, we believe in voting for the men we think the best to fill the office, irrespective of PARTY.
It is "Party" feelings that is damaging our Free country, do away with it entirely, and you will do away with one of the greatest EVILS ever was. When the Sentinal man says Mr. Richards will receive the support of the entire Republican Party, he says what he does not know to be so.
WE KNOW OF A GOOD MANY OF THEM IN NUNDA, WHO WILL VOTE FOR J. DWIGHT.
[Nunda Advertiser, November 26, 1876, Vol. 1 No. 23 - Transcribed by Anne Kunzen]
The village caucus will be held next Thursday, March 20, at 8 p.m., in M. W. A. hall. The terms of President Thomas, Clerk Keyes and Trustees Nickles and Carter expire. John Johnston is, we learn, slated for the presidency. [Source: Algonquin Herald (Algonquin, IL) March 13, 1902, page 1; Tr. by RL]