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Weekly Burlington Gazette, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1860, Burlington, Wisconsin Burlington Monday 8. ALTA C. will be taken of the author a ABRAHAM OF FOB VICE HANNIBAL 1IAML1N, OF AT I WALTER D. of of W. of Congressional J ALLEN of Congressional of of District JOHN HORATIO T. For of ANDREW For P For Clerk of the Circuit JACOB S For Clerk of tho D. P. For NICHOLAS For County EDSON 1SUHCIIAKD, For WILLIAM tn of SAMUEL E. Member of SIMEON S. For of ORLANDO C. For of Vote for the Republican Presidential ABE YOU To morrow are tu PRESIDENTIAL tho voters of Have good mp your fur whom you will you considered that a groat responsibility is rusting dert that to-morrow you to whether LIBERTY OR DESPOTISM SHALL TRI- UMPH you made up your minds to VOTE THE REPUBLICAN TICK If do no VOTE FOK LINCOLN AFD LIBERTY VOTE A (I A INS I OPPRESSION VOTE DOWN THE SLAVE VOTE YOURSELF A FARM VOTE THE WHOLE LICAN and thus declare yourself opposed to oppression nnd nnd in 1'nvor of FBEE and FREE SPEECH 1 Vote for John V. Potter for Member of ONE ara you a Or do you kouw of 11 Republican voter in your town who may stay polli unless are taken to got him If see that vote is ONE VOTK may save our ONE VOTE nmy elect the John F. ONE VOTE sleet 1'ctsidcut! OVE way redeem the country fro IE the of despotism don't fail to VOTE VOTE TUT REPUBLICAN ABRAHAM An honest man is the work of nnd if you want such a man Io rule this nation VOTE FOR of for Vice you want n man whom double-faced democracy because on tha 12th day ot Juno 1856 ho de- tho Democratic patty iu the United States and asked to be excused from service as a Democratic VOTE FOU HANNIBAL of JOHN F you want a nmn to represent you in Congress who not only has but who will be true as steel to republican a man whom tho nnd hoping thereby to prevent his thoy have FOU JOHN F. whose readiness to meet his ment southern fo be a mere wordy WILLIAM L. FOR WILLIAM L. UTLEY if yon a and yet an persevering Republican for State SAMUEL you want a who will bo true to the interests of the party this a time when tho country imperatively demands true VOTE FOR SAMUEL E of for member of Assembly this nud ho will oast his vote for a Republican United States S. you wish to elect a competent muu for vt Assembly the 3d VOTE FOR SIMEON 8. ORLANDO C. of tho 2d vote as one man for your IIo is every way woi thy of your and is a staunch See to it that you elect GILBERT trust that our Republican ia the city of Racine will Kuapp a rousing for tho HORATIO T If you want tho best man in county for Sheriff VOTE FOR HORATIO T. ANDREW you a man fat Register of Deeds who is capable of exercising tho duties of the office to which he VOTE of Wa P. you want a man for Treasurer who will be ful to his trust VOTE FOR JOHN P. JACOB S. you want a upright man for Clerk of tho Circuit a man who detests knavery and scorns all election a mm whom traitors and for vf houi they will not knowing that he will be true to the principles of the to it that Edson is He is well qualified Wr the ALL OF you want men who will do their utmost to re- deem tho country from tho blasting of Democratic aud to and fraud from the high places in our and to signally punish to prevent ous despots from holding in tho Council Chambers of our nation VOTE THE ENTIRE LICAN that four years stood by when Bully Brooks came so near murdering witb folded aud permitted the assault to be made without Vote for Orlando C. Munroe for Member of Assembly in Second Vote for Samuel E. for Member of Assembly in Fourth From tht GOOD REASONS WHY WE THE WHOLE REPUBLICAN Vote for William L for State JONATHAN E. whom heads thin got into a tight in last Friday After tha meeting broke in tbc be swallowed a bler of raw and proceeded to a certain well known house of Some of the discovered his and immediately gathering n crowd of thirty or to the Honorable and him out for n He made his at the and begged to be iu quence of being very mm It is the man whom jou deem fit to us in What do think of him DOW republican Vote for Jacob S of If any other ilmn he ia republican must do tho Let us not have to record the shameful fact that the republican party of Racine county have defeated their candidate for their best a man as well qualified as any other in the a teous and one who wilt make an efficient The aided by are boasting that thoy will elect n crat for clerk of the and to this we fraudulent ballots with the name of S. S. on them See to it all good re- that instead of the name of S. 8. that of J. S. Crano is on every ballot you It would be humiliating to ihe republican party to give the best office in the to the Let it not be D. P. you want for Clerk of the Board a man who is well qualified in for the vote for D. P. I NICHOLAS H. you I want a first rate vote that tho Democratic party though to do nil the haim it My can. that the party has no principle human and that they believe it to be merely a question of or loss whether human blood should be tn bought nnd that the Democratic party when voting on a resolution staling that Kansas Nebraska act does upon the people of the terri tory of full power to exclude slavery from said voted resolution when the great struggle was in a introducing a resolution in stating that true nnd meaning of the Nebraska act was neither to exclude or introduce slavery into Kansas but to leave the people of that territory free to regulate the institution slavery io their own subject only to the Constitution of tho United that Democrats voted thia i that Douglas and Jolinson voted that which does not leave the people of a territory as tree to exclude slavery as to protect it there in is a mere that the votes on the allow believes in no that can by any or under any circumstances exclude ry from a that the one sole aim and end of the Democratic party at tho present is to extend aud protect tho institution of that the Democratic party long ago forsook their old and are not contending for the same issues that they even four short yenrs Douglas nays that his principle has given the South a degree and a half more stave territory than they ever that Douglas his has given to territory times the size of New York that tha republican Homestead was killed by democratic and that nn almost worthless Democratic Know Nothing substitute was urged upon the people in its some Northern dein try lie out of this and others content themselves with tid the that Douglan is all things to all men that at the South he IH friendly to peculiar and at tho he care whether slavery voted up or voted all who are staunch supporters of each a Homestead as the Republican party iu the House proposed last are derided by Southern Democrats who are ed to keep the Territories for their Slaves to and who with hardly an exception proved themselves bitter en- emies and wf the ia every shape and in this connection that Northern Democrats count on a large southern yote for the old Democratic party is no longer and thai instead of being banded together to support light are now divided into factions and are fighting among that divided against cannot to hasten the tion of this now nqw decaying and tumbling down by voting the the entire publican on the day of 1860. VOTE FOR Because hu is and faithful to die interests of his he always follows the line of uninfluenced by the flattery of or tho threats of Southern he advocates the rights of the poor for the and remunerative for the ands of unemployed in our towns and by protecting ho has ever advocated free both in word and and by his gallant has caused the Sonth to Northern and has clone his full share in elevating to a mighty at and throughout all the Kansas Qualifications of The Statute declares that of 21 or be- longing to either of tbe fallowing who shall hare resided ID the State for one year next proceeding any shall ba deemed a qualified voter at such election SEO 1. Every male person of tha of years or be- longing to each of the following who shall have resided in the State for one year next preceding any shall be deemed a qualified voter at such election 1. White citizens of the United States 2 White of foreign who have declared their intention to become the of the United States on the sub- ject of y. of Indian who have once been declaredly law of Con to be citizens of the United any subsequent law of Cong ess to the 2- No person under noil or shall be qualified to vote at any nor shall any convicted of or unless re- 1S6O. troubles when a corrupt Administration stored to civil rights nor shall any was endeavoring to fasten a loathsome beinS 8n inhabitant uf constitution a weak and outraged Mr. Potter was among the foremost to denounce the and advocate justice to the settlers of Because he advocates a cheap and economical administration of the eral and would reduce the present expenses of the Government to Because be is an ear jest advocate of reserving the public domain for poor as native This tho Homestead the Democracy have always managed to de- through the influence of such Democrats as who denounce the laboring men of the North as paupers and And we should vote for Pot because he is an honest man whose influence and example is calculated to society and to elevate and ennoble public such is the character of the Republican candidate for The Democracy present for your frages Johnathan E man of whom it can safely bo he holds no sentiments in common with those we have Choose be- tween the this may be directly or in either as principal or be permitted to vote at any election nor sh ill person who shall have made or directly or interested in nuy bet or wager depending opon the of any election at which be shall offer to bo permitted to vote at such The foregoing provisions apply to all the candidates to be voted fur Vote for John P. for It you know that the crisis is hand and believe that Freedom should win of VOTE THK RE- PUBLICAN TICKET I IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT I It. SOW Would take this opportunity of informing their customers and the public in that they have on hand the but the BEST SELECTED and CHEAPEST STOCK OE GOODS ever brought to this and shall be making additions to our every of the latest styles of GOODS IN In fact will keep their stock full and complete in assortment at all sists of Their stock con- STAPLE DRY AND FANCY Vote for Horatio T. for you intend to preserve the territories for free men 1 then VO TE THE REPUBLICAN TICKET Work for Tha object of the Wide-Awake is not merely to carry torches and add brilliance to political have a special duty to perform on election Tho mental part of the campaign is about at an practical work is now Wherever a company has been its members make it their to watch the polls to challenge every ful vote to see that no frauds are to protect voters from lence and to distribute Re publican and to pet out every Republican voter in their respective Vote tor for Register of Freemen of the north if you want to bring back the Government to its anciant VOTE THE LICAN TICKET the county Jail far not less than ope mouth aud uot more than six mouths fur voting in the township ot ward where tbe voter does not actually For going into any town or and not being a resident in the Shite at hard for not more than two nor lets than one For tht Suite voting imprisonment in the State prison for not more three years nor less than one For if not a resident of tho State for one if uot 21 years of if not a citizen of the United not having declared his intentions to become such im prisonment in the county jail not more than nor less than two For or another to go into any town or knowing such person 13 not to vote in tht State prison at hard not more than three nor less than one For bribing any roter to influence his vote or threatening that pose fine of not than nor than and imprisonment m Ihe jail for not more than twelve nor lets than three months For giving a who cannot a ticket and that it contains Dames different from those printed in order to induce him to vote his m the at hard not more than two nor j less than one CHALLENGE SUSPICIOUS Vote for Jacob S. for Clerk of the Circuit Hoots Hats and We shall at all times make the motto that the is better than the arid will sell all kinds of goods as and we think a little lower than any er House this side of the Tillage of We invite attention more directly to our stock of on in price and we cannot and WILL NOT BE We are constantly receiving them FRESH and in good order from the above Oct. 22d, 1860. Gilbert for 1 cle Rouse for ITe is as clever Member of Assembly in ho staunch good for Working Such Democratic as the Vote for Simeon for Member of Assembly in Third following are gems worthy of the study of Northern Winking The Charleston the organ of the Democracy in that says Slavery is the natural and normal condition of the laboring er WHITE or The great evil of Northern free society that it is with a servile class of MECHANICS and LABORERS unfit for and yet clothed with the attributes and powers of Master and slave is a relation in ety as necessary as that of parent and child and the Northern States will vet have to it. Their theory of free government is a Another splinter from the cratic platform is from the as follows Free society we sicken at the Do you intend that Freedom shall be tbe rule and Slavery the exception wrong shall be put down and the right put then VOTE THE REPUBLICAN TICKET A of that tho of Iowa nnd Northern camp at Blue the highest point in sjon after the November for purpose of having a jubilee on a grand each company providing itself with camp furniture and and one or more of tar and Vote for P. for Clerk of the Board of What is it but a greasy conglomeration of filthy small fisted and theories All the and the New are devoid of society tor well-bred TIIE LAST another issue of our the great political battle will have been the fate of the nation decided for tbe next four our last word to you VOTE THE Andrew governor elect of ia six feet Jwo Hannibal Hamlin is six feet Abraham Lincoln six feet and John tops the lican pyramid with six feet NEW ADVERTISEMENTS w ILL BE SOLD ai PUBLIC the 10th day of on the Perkins Dairy mile West of tbe Catholic in tha town of Twenty five to come in next one thorough bred Durham One years cred t on approved notes with interest at 7 per cent. 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