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RUTHERFORD B. HAYES,
l OR VICE-PRESIDENT.
WILLIAM A. WHEELER,
OF NEW YORK
Republican State Nominations.
D. II. CHAMBERLAIN.
n tl. GLEAYES.
SECRETARY OF STATF,
HENRY E. HAYNE.
T. C. DUNN.
F. L. CARD0ZO.
R. B. ELLIOTT.
SUPERINTENDENT OF EDUCATION,
JOHN B. TOLBERT.
FOR CONGRESS, FIRsT DISTRICT j
R. H. CAIN.
i'rksi den1i?l electors.
C. C. BO WEN.
ff T! O?hNb?&V '''-'"^
2. T.. HURLEY.
3. \V. B. NASIf.
4. WILSON COOK.
5. W. F. MYERS.
FOR 44<Ii CONGRESS
un ex Fi red teem.
The Counly Republican Ticket.
S. L. DUNCAX.
House of Representatives.
D. A. Straker
A. C. Morgan.
E. For rest.
(j. AV. Caldwell.
W. 11. Rkedisii.
Judge of Prolific.
J. II. Livingston.
Clerk of Court.
?i BORGE [Boi.IVKR.
J. V. Mays.
V. B. Johnson.
E. T. R. Smoak.
Kiev. Thomi.vs. Vi?iiiivB*
J". J. M ITC HELP,.
Butler and Hoar.
"Leave men and- personal pre
judices aside," sni'd Ben Butler in his
speech at Lancaster the other day,
"and if there is any friend of mine
heie from any other district but this,
1 pray you vote for the Republican
candidate of that district,whether he
if- n friend or enemy of mine. It it
Air mi-re. important that there vhoidd be
u A'./-, ik'run dehoatian from A/atsacftn
?ttts in tin nt .rt Ctmrjreti of the United
States tluxn that any man's ambition be
Cuq any cue deny the force of these
words ? There are points upon which
the members of the party cannot
agree, but the great question of the
day is?Shall we abandon all we have
worked and fought for and lived to
obtain ? or shall we stand shoulder to
shoulder, in support of the very
fundamental idea of the Republic
itself? The election of Hayes and
Wheeler is not of more importance
than the choice of a Republican Con
gress. Judge Hoar, after refusing
the regular nomination of the Repub
licans, which General Butler would
have recognized, accepted that of a
small number whose principles arc
not to be relied upon. While he can
have no possible chance of success
himself, he divides the voteoftho
party, and thus renders the election
! of Tarbox likely, and thus increases
the chances of a rebel majority in the
Of the possibility of Governor
I Hayes being "easily led" when elected
President the Cincinnati Commercial
I "The truth about Hajes is thnt he
[ is an amiably obstinate man. He
I hns encountered several persons in
j the course of his life; and he likes
I and dislikes people with intensity,
j but without any sputtering. He has
some personal attachments of the
j strongest kind. One of them is for
Geuornl Crook. The natural obstin
I acy of Hayes, which is not noisy but
executive, will be found increased in
proportion to the responsibility of his
position by his sense of duty, which is
keen and high. Now, this is not the
kind of man who is easily led. If he
is elected President he will enter up
on the great office with a deep feeling
that it is a trust to he administered
for the benefit of the whole people;
for the sake of the people; that in
tegrity is everywhere demanded, and
that speculation is a dastardly crime.
Such a man, we think, will hut be
It behooves the Republicans to
look well to their armor. The battle
must bo lought vigorously. The
enemy there is not to* he despised;
Every man to whom the credit ol
the country is of importance must do
his best; all who would not sec their
native land reduced to bankruptcy,
not only financially, but morally,
must make this fight their own. The
Democratic party can be defeated by
such an overwhelming majority that
the voice of the people will never
again be misinterpreted.
Colonel Ingcrsoll, when down in
Maine, was asked for a bill of ex
penses, having refused nny recom
pense at the hands of the Rcpubli
cans. "Expenses!" exclaimed the
orator: "I have had such n glorious
time that I want to contribute some
thing in order to make it square.
Don't talk to me about expenses, but
let zee know what 1 can pay for '.he
privilege of eoming again."
In a thriving town of Michigan a
year or two ago, when the country
was full of agents, and almost every
body was agent for something or oth
er, a certain infant of that town be
ing blessed by the advent of a baby
brother, wus very inquisitive as to
wdierc that little stranger came from.
Heing informed that Dr. S-had
brought it, he stood in a brown stu-ly
for a moment,.when, with the intelli
gent look of one. who has solved a
difficult matter, ho asked: "Say, pa,
is Ire agent for them?"
_ - ?????? - - - ?? ? i
"Come, Ned, you picked cotton for
me last year, and I want you again."
"I dunuo, ma-sa." "Come along and
get in tho wagon. I've good co to ),
and I'll give you six bits a hundred."
"Well, it jea 'pends on ono thing."
"What's that?" "Is you got dnt
same par scales?" "No, a brand new
pair." Well, dat lain' de case, I'll
?o \vi I yon."
Something New in South Caro
A. "Woman a Candidate for
The Hurry News publishes the
following curd : *
To the miiny citizens, both white
und colored, who have applied to mo
to know if I would serve Horry
County, as School Commissioner if
elected, I will say : That a fcinale is
not expected to have anything to do
w'ith politics or parties; she is simply
required to have tin good of her
country at heart. ^
The superintendence of schools
ought to be unconnected with auy
political party?to oversee the schools
of this county is sufficient tooccupy
the undivided time, talents and execu
tive capabilities of any person?the
interests of the public schools ought
to call forth the best dibits offcvery
true patriot?tin that point every
shade of politics can fuse ''not con
fuse," whether known as Radical,
Republican, Conservative, or Demo
crat No partisan can faithfully dis
charge the sacred duties of that office,
alike to all, white and colored.*" For
the above reasons 1 decline to be a
party candidate, but if in the estima
tion of my fellow-citizens, I am con
sidered worthy and capable of serving
Horry County as School Commission
er, it shall he my piide and ambition
to serve the whole people accepta
bly. I will have but one idea in
the discharge of the duties pertain
ing to the office ; but that idea
shall embrace the interest and
improvement of all the children
throughout the county, on the most
economical basis. I will pledge my
self, that if I prove so grossly_ igno
rant of the duties of a public schoul
teacher, or of the condition of the
schools under my supervision'as to
sign a pay certificate, calling for ?3G
per month for services rendered as a
teacher of a public school, and that
school was so very solect, that the
children of only one family attended,
aud perhaps only one child in that
family, then in good f ith Ijjyi^JJL
has been fraudemly taken therefrom
through my indolence and ig'iorahce.
Trusting in the guidance of Divine
1 am your obedie.it servant,
Mus. M. V, Mkvty.
' What exquisite preserves, Mrs.
Smoothlcy 1 I low do you have such
splendid luck with everything you
put up?" complimented one of the
ladies at the lea ?ble. "What are
they, by the way ?"
Mrs. Smoothlcy i.-i taken by sur
prise, but recovers herself and calls
'*I have not tasted them yet," slid
said, "and have really forgotten what
I ordered the girl to put on for yon.
Bridget, what are these preserves ?"
"Thim, ma'am ? Thirty-live ccnts
a can; sorra a nickle less would the
grocer take; ami thim big things in
the dish bey omul is fifty cents for a
little glass jar."
"What is this candle lor, my child?"
said a kind aunt who had come to
visit her niece. "Oh, auntie," said
the young woman rather sadly, "I
keep that candle burningeveru night,
for my late husband." "Cmll hea
vens, Frances, you are not a wi)w ?"
"O, dear, no; but my husbanf, is on
some conference committee or other
j every evening, and never gets home
I before 2 o'clock in the morning.
1776 - 1076.
Farmer ;it the plow;
Wife milking the cow,
] taughter spinning yarn.
Itms threshing in the harn ?
All happy to a charm.
The farmer gone to a show,
Uisilanghtcr at the piaiui ;
Madam gaily clrcs.?cil in satin?
All the hoys are learning Latin ?
With a mortgage on the farm.
Dkatii ok Dk. Fli.i.kk.?Balti
more, Oct.20,?The Rev. Dr. Rich
ard Fuller, pastor of the Kit law
IMaco Baptist Church, died this
morning of a carbuncle, in the seventy
second year of his age. lie was born
at Beaufort, South Carolina, and was
ordained a minister in 1833. He
came to this city in 1847.
The legend of the Republican ban
ner from this time Mil Novemher will
be "Hayes, hard money, and civil
. ELECTION NOTICE.
OFFICE OK COM. OF ELECTION.
OllAKOKUUltG, C. II.
Oct. 24th }87G.
At a meeting of the Commissioncr'8 of
Election for Orangcburg Counties, the
following persons were appointed
Managers of Election:
Avingcr's?E. L. Dant/.ler, II. M. Cynum,
Bookhardt'h?II. M. Rush, J.W. Green
\V. M. Pauling.
BranchviUc?\Y. P. Murphey, (Jco.
Baxter, Carolina Thomas.
Brown's?John Knotts, CVsar Patterson,
BilU Swamp?J. E. Knotts, Itiifus Whet
stone, Tlios. Wright.
Corbctsvillc?Jon. A. Panning, B. G. Fred
rick, Itobcrt Washington.
Cedar Grove?II. U. Jennings, A. F,
Obrien, J. J. Tyler.
Club House? Jno. W. Selters, E. W.
Williams, L. C. Cheesl)oro,
Elliott's?J. M. Howscr, (J. W. Clark, J.
JCuMtcrlintfti?B. II. Knotts, J. G.Osberne,
A. G. My or.*.
Forest Chapel?A. G. Stromrm, Jl 1'. M.
Forest, Isaac Berry.
Fort J/io/fc?\\\ C. Ilayne, J. G. Duncan,
Jas. L. Stuart.
Fclder's?.1. A. O'Co.vnor, Levi Summers,
Fbglc's?K. W. I'iser, J. I. Pinekney,
Gri?n's?Joe. Hart, J. II. Noisette, S.
Glcaton's?Martin Livingston, Ellis Bough,
Jamison?A. J. Horgar, Harry Glover,
Orange?J. C. Bike, J. M. Thompson, J.
Jtotcesville?'r. F. Barton, J. W- Wash
ington, William May.
Washington Seminary?II. (}. Sheridan,
It C. Moss, Jas. Brown.
Zieglcrs?L. A. Ziegler, II. II. Murpli,
Lewis fillc?W. 1*. Cain, L. Priolau, J.
E. A. WEB3ITK,
JAS. II. FOWL ES,
It. It. DUNCAN,
Commissioners of Election for Orange
J. Hammond For on am, Cleric.
Get. 21th 1870;
oet 28 -2l
~TII k1>T?t? OF~s"O?Tii'l\VK0?l?7"
By Au<i. B. Knowtton, Ks'pitre, J. P.
Whereas, W. S. Fngl-j, hath nuide suit
Kin^lC* iQ_ j.rr;?nt in Iii in Letters of Adttiiius
j (ratinn ol, the Estiife :ni<i DuGCT3~7TI iL-nry I
\V. Murphy, late of said ??ouniv, dceetised;
These are then-fine to eile ami admonish
all midsingular lliekindred nml creditors i>l
the said Henry W. Murphy, derca.v-d, that
they be and appear liefore me, in the Court
of Probate, to be held at OriitigsSur*.* ? If.
on l-"!tb November next, after publication
hereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to *ho\v
cause if any they have, why the said Ad
ministration should not he gran ted.
Given under my hand ibis 27lli day of I
October Amin Dimmii 1 S7'?.
A?t! It. KNOWI.TON*.
I I..S] Judge <?f Prub.Ke, O. (J
oet 2S :'!
llie Orangeburg* County
It icnis of Kxvi'itlive Commit tc?> of the
Democratic Party (iron? elm i'g County.
The following lists of appoint incuts
are made for lion. M. P. O'Connor
and the nominees on the County
Rranchvi'de, BranchviUc Township,
Sliiiuh, Middle Township, Oct.
Jamison, Orange Township, Oct.
Krister] ill's Union Township Oct.
Corbelt.sville, Goodlnml Township
Bull's Mill, Providence Township,
The Presidents of tho several
Township Clubs are requested to
make the necessary arrangements in
accordance with the above pro
gramme, and will notify all the Clubs
in the adjoining Townships to attend.
J AS. E. IZLAR.
County Executive Committee.
ANNOUNCING THE ADVENT OF
"THE OLD RELIABLE"
Orangeburg one Day Only!
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 22d!
THE CENTENNIAL WONDER.
"OLD" JOHN ROBINSON'S
THIS MAMMOTH SHOW COMPRISES AMONG ITS MOST
prominent features a gramUnnd unrivalled JIcEingoric. Aquarium nntj Civ
I'lis. each complete and unsurpassed in itself, requiring several Special Trains lo com
vey it from one city to another. The lmmeii.su Meiiasjcrie, aiiiou.tr its myriads of won
derful Animals and Monsters, contains ?rciicrmts contributions from I .a nil..Sea and \ir,
and from everyeliniu in Knrojie. Asia, Africa and America. Uesides ait almost liniimi
te<l munher of llieino-t Itciuarkahle and Hare wild Heasts, Sea Monsters and Wonderful
TIior?i is also? f?r?t:i<iJ si ziel Kfrii'jl.v .">*?rjil Cirriis*! In wlihdi th?
tahnt employed is nnetpiiiih d, and eoinprise- the highest order of l'pr'ormrr* in ih??
land. The public; suwl |i irtieularly ladies, and rnilies, are assured that tili-? d<:oartnif nt
Is without a Mcmi-li, mid nothing is said or done that can olleiid the mn-i fastidiunstmle
of a refilled or hi^h-toiie?! eoiniiuinity, Among the ilittstribu.-i niitl World-famed ArtiMs
in this Dcpsrtuiciit are
Mr. Uoliert Stieknev, the most daring, Ihti-hed .-nd graceful Kquesirinn now living,
and the Champion Houhlu Fotrersault I.eaper of the world.
Miss Kinina hake, the most eliariiiihg and dishinir young Horsewoman in the profps
sinn. Her clnillcnge menace act has never beeil equaled;
John l.owlow, conceded hy the pilhl ie, the press and the profession to he the greatest
prank Kohhins, the Peerless Kider, whose reputation is world wide.
Kl Nino 1'ihlie, tin-unrivaled and remarkableTiglit-Kope Performer.
Herbert I?rothers, the Acrobatic Wonders.
I.a/.elle & Franklin, the thrilling Trapeze Performers.
Miss Jennie Toiirnonr, the Ariel Queen.
Miss Kosaline Stick ne\% Miss Christine and six other lady Riders.
John Wilson, the- KourrlliVrse Mare Hack Kider.
(icprge Slonian, the great Knylish (Hohe Pcrfofrincr.
Nonpareil Lewis, the wot derful negro hoy hare hack rider, and twenty other equally
well ami favorablv known artists.
PROCESSION OF DAZZLING SPLENDOR
I*nsurpnssed as a Moving ranornma of Brilliant Chariots, Wagons, Cars,
Carriages, Dens, Animals, Sacred Cattle, Two Bands of Music,
Trained Horses, Wild Heasts, Fifty Ponies, Wav
ing Banners, Gorgeous Costumes
A TEAM OF PONDEROUS ELEPHANTS
Driven in Harness Drawing a Golden Chariot, A Team of Egyptian Dcoimv.
daries, 40 Ponies Drawing the Fairy Chariot, forming a Pic
ture of Bewildering Beauty.
TWO PERFORMANCES DA1XY.
Doors Opon at 1 und 7 P. M. Performances an. Hour later..
' A lew Reserved Cushion Opcia Chairs cau be secured'at the snail
additional charge of 25 ccuts.
Cheap Excursion Rates on South Carolina Railroad from all Station^