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WINNSBORO, . 0.
m VIESDAr, DZFTEM.WI 5, 1878.
X. MRAWS DAVIS, EITOa.
JNo S. R EYNOLDS, A88OCIA78 EDIT010.
DElMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
For Lieutenant Governor:
W. D. SIMPSON.
For Necretary of Slate.
R. M. SimS.
For Comptroller General:
For AStorney General:
LEROY F. YOUMANS.
For State Treasurer:
S. L. LEAPHART.
For &iperintendent qf E2ducation;
HUGH S. THOMPSON.
For Adjutant & Inspector General:
E. W. MOISE.
For Congrese-,lv'ourth .District :
JOHN H. EVINS.
BEN BUTLER HAs BEEN roqnosted by
about fifty thousand voters of
Massachusetts to run for governor,
on an indopendent ticket. Among
the signers of the petitions are said
to be Wendell Phillips and Caleb
Cushing. Don bas accepted the
candidacy, and is preparing to cloud
the air with flying bricks. He has
a whole hatfull in store for the
Republicans, and is bidding for a
Democratic endorsemont. This ho
will not got. But Massachusetts is
in terror lost he should be clocted
THE JUDGES AND sOLICITOnS Of the
State all concur .in tho tostimony
that under the beneficent Demo.
cratic administration crime has
largely decreased, while only one
colored man has been killed by a
white man in all that time. Yet
the miserable Radical loaders are
endeavoring to incite the negroos to
make a hopeless struggle, whose
only result will be to provoke ill
feeling and perhaps violence. All
the Radical leaders desire is to have
a few good white men and black
mon killed, while they are skulking
in some safo place, in order that
they may figure as martyrs andj get
some fat place from Hayes. We
trust the colored people will not be
such dnpes. They had better come
along and join the strong side, the
safe side and the just side.
NEW YORK 15 POLITICALLY in a stew.
The Republicans are badly dlivided
between Conkling and Hayes and
the two factions aro warming beau
tifully to wvork. The Democrats are
not much better off. Tildon on one
Bide and Tammnany on the other are
preparing'to make the fur fly. The
rival conventions meet in Syracuse
and Saratoga in a few weeks, and
the result will be cearefully watched.
Tammany at present has full control
of the Democratie machine. The
Federal appointees are almost all
Conkling's warmest supporters.
But the coup d'etat of Hayes in
decapitating Conkling's appointees
in the New York Custom House and
Naval Office, has eaused the other
members of the bread and butter
brigade to retire into winter quar
ters. It is diffioult to predict vic
tory. The Democrats will carry the
State, but as the Legislature is
gerrymandered the Republicans are
expected to elect the United States
The New York Tribune has found
a small nmar,'s nest in the shape of
a batch of tiotograms sont from
00hunbia durin~g "Fair times" in
1870. They are very amusing read-.
ing in these dull dog days. The
Tribun es inapre ualcni.
Imagine the aumusemenet of "Nat"
and all his acquaintances on~ learn.
;ing that the result of hais irresis~Jble
*endenoy for joking bas )*en
Alignifled into a sinister Stoke paper.
"KJilled ten Radicals" Is good, to
say nothing of sending for a claw
hammer coat and rogulation pants
on the eve of a damning conspiracy.
Had the writers of thoso dreadful
dispatches known that tho Tribine
was in the markot they' would have
sold it cortified copios thomsolvos,
and thus reimbursod themsolves for
the expenso of telegraphing. Thoso
ciphor dispatches aro very intelligi
ble. It is a wonder that the
Tribune didn't find Joff Davis
wrappod up in ono of thom. Wo
wish the Tribuno would publishi a
fev more as companion- pieces to
Chandler's historic dispiatelh to
Governor Stearns: 1Florida must
bo counted for Hayes. Troops and
money will bo furnished."
Who Shall be President ?
Tho Now York Herald discussos
the presidential contest of 1880, and
tndeavors to narrow down tho
chances between the aspirants in
each party. Tho task of selecting
the Democratic candidato is the
moro diflicult as no one of tho pos
sible four-Thurman, Hondricks,
Bayard and Tilden-has fatal weak
ness. Bayard would have the host
chance were it not that ho conmes
from the smallest St4ate in the Union,
and one undoubtedly Democratic,
so that the party will probilbly soek
a strong man in somo doubtful
State. The Jrald is a hard
money paper and therefore has
littl use for Thurman and less for
Hendricks. It does not seo its way
to rulo any of tho four absolutely
fron the track.
But to the task of showing what
Iepublicans cannot bo nominated
the Rerald betakes itself with
alacrity. The aspirants are Blaine.
Bristow, Conkling, Hartranft, Joe
Hawley, J. F. Wilson of Iowa, (a
dark horse) and Washburno and
Grant. The threo first are disposod
of in a breath. Blaine's Mulligan
letters killed him when the party
was strong enough to try a weak
candidate. The Herald says, "The
Republican nomination in 1S76 was
equivalent to an election, but in
1880 the oancos are that any ordi
nary Republican will be heaten,"
and it then proceeds to 40 >w that
tho. candidatos must lie str -nger
than the party. Briow mne t
harmonize the elements, for he a. i
Grant wero at dagger's points, and
ho only developed strength as an
enemy of Grantism. Conkling is
young, not q1ute fifty, He can
afford to wait. Besides, his bitter
feud witih Iaye~s would preve'nt a
nomination at presont. The Heraltd
thinks he will go back to the Senate.
The chances of Hawley and Wilson
are considered too microscopic to be
noticed. This 'narrows the field
to Washburno and Grant. Of the
former the lIe rald says that he was
in Congress tl'e unflinching enemy
of jobbery. His long absence in
Paris removed him from the inter
nal discords of the par'ty, while
his conduct as minister to France~
during the Franco-Prussian war
makes him pop~ular with the or -
mans. The conclusion is, "If the
Rlepublia party had not become so
debilitated as it is, Ur. Washburne
would make o strong candidate.
B3ut the party is reduced to such a
condition that what it needs is not
so mnuob o candidate as a savior.
It is the opinion of many Reopubli
cans that no man so wecll meets this
requirement as General Grant."'
Of Gr'ant the Herald has this to
It seems to be generidly admitted
that no oth~er citizen has so strong
a hold upon the Republic an party or
upon0! the national feeling as General
Grant. The groat series of ovations
which have boen given him in
Europe has strengthened him in his
own country by gratifying the
national pride of his countrymen.
The influences which tend toward
his nomination are as active, per
vading and potent as those which
originally made him a candidate
aginst his will in 1868. Whlethier
lie can be clected as well as nomi
nated depends so much on the
popularity of the Democratic candi-.
.date whom he wvill have to run
against that no opinion can yet be
formed as to his success, Woe think
that, although he is the strongest
candidata 1he Republican party
could take up, ho has more chances
to be beaten than to be elected ;
.and for this. amiong other reasnsn,
that ho has bon brought into the
canvass too early.
Tho Herald is an astuto observer
and a protty good political p.roplot.
There can be but little donbt. that
GIrant will bo renominated with a
great deal of fuss and foathors,
But that will not cloct him. The
Solid. South will opposo iin in 1880,
and their votos count heavily.
With a good Delocratic nonineeo
the success of the Denocratic party
over Grant, the maohine, and all
will bo decisivo.
Piles thlt Bood1 and Gives
SI rengt h1.
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