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FriTjJr?Y, .lAMAHY In, IS-It.
The National Oullook.
The year Tl.SSO, which is frauglil
with political events which inuslhnvt
a decided influcn c upon tin- destine
of cui country, is upon us. 'J he two
great contending ) oliticul armies tire
marshaling (heir forces and preparing
for the struggle. 'I he preliminary
skirmishes have been lough', and so
far as Ohio and New York are con
cerned, they have gone against the
Democracy. But Lhey do nol ncccs
saiily fore-shadow defeat in the main
struggle. On the skirmish line there
was cause lor the disaster, rind it was
XVithin our own party. There was
dis o itiou in our ranks. Jn Ohio the
ill-fated financial question, a< well a
ii lack of union on the part ol our
leaders, brought defeat. In Now
York the traitor Ivel Icy and the cor
rttpt Tammany ring, unable to elect
themselves, look revenge in prevent
ing the pure Democracy from grasp
ing the victory which was within its
These reverses in the beginning
should hot, therefore, bo causes of
permanent discouragement. I he
phases of politics are continual!)
changing. At one moment the sky
is bright, and at the next il U cloudy.
Time works wonders. Wo'don't know
what a low month.-- will bring forth.
The aspect to-daj is not what iL was
a few months ago.
The temporary disasters wc have
experienced will have two good
effects. They will show us that we
must be united, and that we cannot
nfllrd to jar among ourselves. And
they will also teach us that the South
makes a fatal blunder when il forces
itself into national politic* and press
es the claims of its favorites. We
must keep aloof from national poli
tics, and leave everything to the
We have grave doubts if Bayard
can be elected llcing classed as a
Southern man, his nomination would
solidify the North against us. The
Democracy must nominate n man
whe can divide the North, ul lea?t to
such un extent ns to carry a few
Noi l hern I* lutes.
Wr. would say that Saym >ur of
New Yoik would be the man, but his
association with Blair and his revo
lution talk in '08 we fear will hurt
We therefore prefer to let the
matter rest entirely with the Northum
Democracy, and we will be more sure
of success. If our little skirmishes
I ring us to this conclusion we think
the events of tho past will prove for
The breaking of the solid North
should be the aim of our Stilt, smci,
and this will never be accomplisho:!
by clamoring for the, elevation of
favorites, which, while it may benefit
individuals, will do no go i.l to ' tY.i
Farm life is certainly the happiest
and fitfcisi ol nil cnliings,and how in
the beginning of the new year it may
bo well?in fact, it i.- the cb ty of each
farmer to mate his calculations and
prepare well in order to make a good
start for the year. The January work
on the farm is very important. The
first step is to taue an inventory ol
the tools, and supply whatever is
needed. Again the farmer should
prepare his books an I k :e,> a correct
credit and debil nccotint will) all l.i
b isim ss in order thai he may know
a' the end of 1880 whether ins oper
ations have hecii profitable or not, an I
he iutiy gain experience from the ex
Next he mttsl nub a vor, by every
means possible, to keep clear of </?/</.
It. is better lo inn a la tin vv i ill one or
twohoiscsnn your own means than lo
run a big thing on borrowed money
or on a store account. (>; course il is.
often impossible u> farm in ihe begin
ning without borrowing, but tho
sooner wc get ouL ol it the better for
us Alm?in -Vom tin-1 rc?-i nt. pace of
iM ?: . . . may lit; io
-t \ <>> .*e im uri-u in
'Iii ? ; 'v i., j'tft ,,V^U-.l ,.f pr.)- 1
vi i' ii i r??p. We im not diso ?d tu
, . .1
..?.ii into ;Im cam.ir ut ihc_extremists,
win, would ttbim Ion eotlun culture in
the cot tun growing bvlt. Wo lliink
tbia woubl bo hud policy. Hui wo
woubi advise the planting of an
nbendai.ee of provisions for home
eri;i?'h'mj>fif)n, even in llie event of un
favorable seasons. We don't think it
pays in tho cotton be't to plant pro
visions fur a soiling crop.
Again, if we have neglected plant
ing oals in the fall, let such take the
first g'bod opportunity when tho soil
suit.-, to put in a crop. Tho Southern
h'ti'ttTjirifie. advise* the ye'low nisi
Next, let th? farmer look well o w
n January to his bine.-. Planting
under doubtful fenced is always a
poor business. Nothing gives the air
of a lli i il ly farmer more suve'y to the
passer by than a good substantial
Last, but not, least, tools n/tcr f?r
comjnh-.t -heap*. Herein consists, to a
gieut extent, the secret, of sueec s in
farming. Make ymir own manures
as far as you can They pay bette:
in the end than all others in building
up your farm. Keep the lot well
supplied with straw from the forest,
and then bring up your cattle every
night, and if you have not separate
stalls for each niie under she-tor,
which is Inst, nt any rate never omit
tu have every animal eveiy night in
the lot. ll will liot only save your
cattle, but it will make you richer.
The State Campaign.
A great deal is already being said
and written on tho subject ol the
coming election for Governor.
Gen. Uary and Gen. (Iagoo 1 seem
to b. the candidates tm st spoken of.
We must confess that we doii'l think
either of these men altogether lil! the
bill. Tho former is too extreme, and
the later lacks the magnetism an I
I opularity necessary for a leader.
Wl.ile v.c have not sufficiently can
vassed the (Jehl yet to suggest a mm,
I we feel no hesitation in mentioning
the qualifications that the < nudidatc
I ol the Democracy should ;> m.sc;s.
He should in the first place Ivj n
man identified wit't the liberal cle
ment of the parly. 11i-> I) m-ieracy
should be based upon the.priu ?<
of political eiptality; and he should
never be taken from lue list ol ihit
'-iinpraclicablcs," who delight to ok
press views to tickl ! tin fancy of
their hearers- and increase their pop i -
la.-ity, which they either kn iw t > be
u rong, or imprtictie.ibla id' ex icutiou.
It will soon be our duty to make
the choice of the man to lead us to
victory, and it is lime for us to be
preparing to aelcct with wisdom. We
don't ivunt candidates, but we want
lo select the i omitig man ourselves.
The Frecdinen'6 Savittss.
It is said that Congressman O'Con
nor is receiving petitions from the
colored people everywhere to press
his I ill for their relief in refunding
to them the nioney stolen from them
in the Freeman'n Hank swindle.
It will be renn nibered that just
alier the war, the freed men were en
ticed by .-b e;; and greasy Uepublican
officials to put their saxings iu this
bank, and thtiH save w hat they could
from the re<l handed rebels, but as
soon as the bank got full of money
it mysteriously failed. Mr.O'Con
nor, ol our District, baa introduced it
i bio to restore this m hey to the poor
swiudhd ftecdiiK ti. The tpustion
now is, what are lie Ucpuhlicaiis
going to do id out it'! Will they
continue to remain inactive, or will
I they support Mr, O'Connor's bill?
The iNiws Mid Courier says: It
lin y are wise, and have an> desire la
piue.ice what they preach the ".*5 al
Wssr s" will i lo me in \\ ilh I hi I Irniu
ei.ii-, and vow thai they always iu
tended to i Cstoiv the 11 ? edma n's
money, although t!i<y nol ihiukof ii
t.ii 11 :1 e nt ast 11! \ a- in 11 od need by
a Democratic Congies-uinii in a
I)? u.U. tatie t nog i s.
Col. A. ?). Andrews, so I au i
la\orabl v k.io an, n il oniy in t I ar
le-tuii. lust aii over tin- Slate, diel
suddenly in that city on Monday
altciuooii. h is said (hat Iii- health
began to fail Irom ii" day thai the
terrible tidings reached him of tho
hiss of his .vif in lite ill fated Cham
piou, and the de i i of hi? mother a t
the stiino time. His loss will ha fell
in Charleston, where he was always
a useful ami distinguished citizen.
An Exlrn Ses3ion.
A clamor h raised in some parts of
the F tutu lor nn extra se.-sion of the
Legislature in rectify the error of'tUo
ii:.liiing Corks by which some
S20Ut?0 <?f taxes will ho levied bey*
nnd what i> needed; but wbon we udl
uulute that it will cost nearly as muen
to got the Legislature together as the
extra tax-, wo think the remedy is as
Lad na the disease, nnd we had bel
ter kt it alono. Especially is this
I he case when we remember that tho
money expended on calling together
the Legislature would he lost mo
but the extra tax, if properly re
eerved, will only make our next tax
Go\\ Simpson refers the question
as to the validity of the Supply Bill
to the Supreme Court which is uow
in tcssion, ?(> wo suppose the matter
will si ?ni he decided; and if it is de
cided to be invalid we suppose, the
extra bessioti is inevitable.
A Eual Reign in Mai o.
Since our last issue things are gel
ling still nmre squally in Main-. L'h c
Kcpuh ie.ins have taken possession of
the Slate House, organized a L -gis
laturc, and declared Lanison Gov
ernor. I he I* usiouisls still nold on,
and the result is a du d government,
in which Gen. Chamberlain, tho
Commander in Chi? f of ihe militia,
refuses to recognize Lam-on Things
arc certainty more complicated an I
Mr. Fo'rWrs School.
Tho formal occupation of the Unt
ied Mates Arsenal and grounds by
Mr. Loiter'-: I nrochia I School took
place lust week, with impressive
ceremonies. Interesting addresses
weio made by Mr. Loiter and Bishop
Mr. Let ter is a man 01 indomitable
courage, an t has made his school n
c i lupletc success in the face ol dilli
I ettlti es under which most uicu would
ITavo qu a;le i.
Bureau ot Asricullura.
The Botiril of Commissioners of
this Bureau, consisting of (in-.
Simpson, lion B. L. Cray ton, i 1 -**fi
J. N, Lipscomb, lion. W. D. John
son and I Ion. A. S. J. L'crry, met on
Monday night in the Stale lioUi? to
arrange the details of tae on min ' "1
the Bureau of Agriculture.
Senator Lam.tr has been stricken
with paialy.-is at Jackson, M i.t.sis?ippi,
hut his physician, wc tue glad to re
port, docs Mot regard his condition
as dangerous, although it is serious.
A meeting has been hold in NcW
berry passing resolutions nominating
Grant ami Bayard let' President and
N ice Brcsidcn l, under the Kcilt idea.
The convulsion in .Maine has
thrown Blaine into a lit.
Not i???? < > I' I ? is^iiiisnioii.
'Ihe unilvrsignetl hereby given notice
tii it In- will li e his fund account <?>
(tiiardian Henry v>. Itozard, with Iiis
, Honor : '1 lie Probate Judge of this County
j on the llitli ihty of Feburary next, and a-k
lor his Letters ol DiMuisdon
.1. i.. ISOZAltD.
.tan. Kitli 1SS0.
pin 10 et
(a i.LKTT GIN WOK KM,
Aldis LA, OA.
LA ST KIIS who wish lo have their old
(i ins of any Make It KI'A I It Kl) bv
lost-class wurknieii, .-lend write n- at mice,
ami have ihe work done in early Spring,
wli.n we are nut crowded with work.
I erins eas>, [U'ices innderale. < > 1 N S.VWjJ
and lil'SHKS UKl"AI U?U in Hut best man
(). M. ST< >N K >\i ( i ?.,
Augusta i ia.,
Agents for the Hullen Hins, Plantation
Logons, Separators, Saw Milts ?\c
jan 10 *.Jui
OFl'ICK <>i- ? <>. < O.Nl.l/lSSIONBIt'S,
( UlAXOKIICltd I .U N rv,
Orangeburg, S. C, January, l'ith, ISS?.
Notice is hereby given, that by virtue of
! an order id Ihe t nurt, ilated, January tub
j I t>SU, I be properly belonging lo the County,
' known a> "? tnli House," situate in Lyons
I Township, in the ? uniity and Si n- afore
I said, will he sold, at the Court i Inn in tbe
town of tlrangel urg. on the lirst .Monday
j in Kchtirary IXiO, neing the second na\ ol
-aid month, to tie- highest bidder, l?r cash,
purchaser or purcha?crH to pa\ fur papeis
I and iccording
i Ity < Inter of I lie Hoard.
h. ii. v, an.n \maki:k.
<". I*. ' .(.Of,
1 jan M
CtifXlY COMMISSI?* Kit'?.
OKANGKUUKl l CO UN V\ .
( IKANCIKIIU N, S. Dec. ?JC, '71).
All pel-en-, having approved Chums
against the Comity, conti acted prior to Hie
lirsi day of .Viveinb. r h,^, arc her by
notified that a pro rant of eiyhl and
oue-ludf e nts en the dollar lias been d -
eiaretl by the County Coiniidsshiner.i, mal
that f hecks for the same are now niatb lor
i v oriler of the 15 >nrd.
L. il. VVANSAMAKKIt,
inn 2t C, U. C. C. O. C,
By virtue of an Kxccutions to mo di
rected. I will Roll on the lirst Monday in
Keliniary, I88U, ni Court Mouse, in
Orungchiirg, :;i the ii-ual hours of Kale, to
? lie hi?hed bidder for csudi, ail that certain
trnet uf himl in Oritugchiirg County, con
taining one hundred and sixteen acres.
. or le??1, and hound l>y lands of Martini
Williams, .1 K Knoin*, .1. \. Wolfe and
others. Levied on as property of II. I>.
i ool.e, at 11io suit of ?'. a. ( ,.'<:.?>.
.). Ii. I.l\ IM.STON.
Jail lo -<i. S. <). ('.
W. F. Robinson,
JtX^m KUSSEL ST?,
A TIME FOR ALL THINGS!
1" ANI)RF.Tn\SS.KEI)Shavelieon on the
j the Market since 1781. and -lili keep
the lead. I have the LAItOKST quantity
and collection ever brought to Oriingehiirg,
wllfeh I warrant to hu frcdi.
I'ureha.se * our SKEH.Sin lime, aiid ?ui I
1 '?'.-is. I3r>;ins :m<1 Gb ?rn
by M KAKlilt K it's lo your adv. ntage, and
you ran ual a look at the ScsmI before buy
ing. ALMANACS, with valuable informa
tion, fret to customer.;.
i now selling oil' my 1 "A I.I. stock of
At bOW KATKS. Also will order King*,
.K-wtlry, Mlv.i aid Phi led Ware below
Ki-tail I'riee-i, and attend lo Let airing of
all kinds in my iiiie.
\Y. I '. I Io 1 linson.
A ?11 T 5 O ? K K c
T. C. 1IUI5MI.L
V. I I.I. ATTI.Nh t< ) TIIK H \ I KS of
lhal K-;tate. Personal 1'iopcrty,' ?fcc , 1 *iil>
lie or Private, business entrusted to him
will he proiii plly atteiidiil io.
tlian; obiirg, Sii. < a., Hce. bit i >7'.?.
hoy 9.H 1.S7*.).
KxoiuiUirs Administrators, Ouardinnti
and Trmtee-s' are hereby notilied to in ike
their Arnual Itetums t-, iIuk otliee, during
ih?- month of January next, otherwise they
\> il! he pioeeedeil against as the law directs;
C I?, til.ON KU,
Judge of I'ibliale.
Ormgehiirg Cou?*v, Hee. 12, LS7?.
dee ii2 4t
i*H a im:s.
' The uu der i-??ii ollers'o the ptildiegen
ernllyON K Tl'IOU.*? A N I? | It A I'l-.A IN K"?,
j a Iai_'..- nuiiiber ??!' ckoioj iitiil trees, and a
Cl.oice lot of llow?'i: of every variety.
I Also, will liiako up :in;t| arrange .'lower
tiardutiri. All of Hie above warranted lb
give fittisfaetiou, or ho j?-y required,
jnu if V.. J' >t't; :>.*. X.
Tliii iindersigiietl has opi-ncd at the o'd
bland, opposite Mr. .1. P. 11. fley, where lie
i.i prepared t ,i ..i. kii.l.s cj' work in tin;
7lie 'JJl?cJ, sni li Ii L i11 ?
Sueli as Horse ?lincing. making plows anil
Uepaiiing Buggies and Wagons.
All ivt in waiianttd to give -a'isa thai,
ian 'j :?ii WM. II? U KI.K.
< ) LTM (: i< ? F
COUNTY < OMMISSIOX! RS,
OKA NO Kitt'lit ! COUNTY.
OuAxoKiiruis, s. C,
,J anuary 15, I SSO.
Sealed bids will I e received at this <>ili<-e
in til t- o'clock M. on the sixteenth (Hith)
ipri , for a competent physician to furnisli
inedieiue nhd ihedieal at'i'iiilauee to the
iiiiiiali s ill* the Coiihiy I'our House ami
jail for oiie yeai*. A hhftcl.with good surety
In the 'on,unit of the lud will he required.
The lowest responsible bidder \iiil he
awarded the ratne.
The ri>;lit lo r.jt-. t any and all hi.Is is
L. II. VVAN NAM A K Kit,
C. It. c. v., O. I ?. S. <"?
jan 9 -Jl
Having recently moved into my
New Store. I 'otibl b?'g leave lo in
form my tild friends and the pu o??1
generally that 1 have and will cm
linue to keep on hind the
Rest Paints and t )ils.
Lamps nod bixtui i h,
Fi tu si Cigars and Tobaccos,
l'laiti and Fancy (JuiiAies,
And in fact, everything usually kept
in a lii.-t class
DRUG Si ORE!
i also occupy, with my family, the
rooms over the store, and therefore
will bi> able to put up prescriptions
at any ami all hours during the night,
ee bell Oll ii on t door.
A. C. DDK KS, M. 1>.
oct :tl 1871? ly
The undersigned would respectful
ly inform tlx- citizens of this ami
adjoining Counties , that helms given
up merchandizing in onh r i<> giv?
his w i (>'e nttention lo
LS A I i [vET
Will arrive the coming week a
huge lot of line Harness nml Saddle
IIORSKS w! ich will be oil", red at
very reasonab'c puice.s.
Having tnaiij yinrs experience in
the above business I leid coiiiideut of
liivni}! lull mlishulion lo every oiie
who favors me with their patronage,
W. M. SAIN,
At ibo Old Stand.
Ci nd-ting of
PLOW STO< KS, PLOWS, HOES, SItOVELS, SPADES, &o.
And a complete Stock of
TT \ f> IY\lk7" A T>T? GUNS. PISTOLS, CUTLERY, FOWLER
JtLyrx i v J ) VY /Il IV1% shot, caps, CARrtiiDttESj &c.
p@y All of the ab?ve OOODS will lie cold at OLD PRICKS notwithstanding tho
recent AwVANOE on all article in the above doc.
The Light Running Remington SeWig Machine
The REST and the CHEAPEST Sewing Machine manufactured.
1J V; Lo i l 'i 11 LT of all kirn'; in my line done at the tdiortest possible notiVSfn
jan 1.0; is80.
V. G. CANNON,
GEO. H. CORNELSON
Tbc UNDERSRiNED would respectfully infornl tlie P?RLlC that he is everr day
WjA ISO90 AE)l)ITiO\S
To his already LABOE STO< K. in a'l the di lie rent HKAXCHKS. and that the same
will bedi.-posed of at his old ".MOTH >," "I.AliOK SA LF.S and SMALL PROFITS."
I nut also receiving now nt-tl have in Store, the following popular BRANDS cf
ETI WAN CUANO, ATLANTIC FERTILISER, ATLANTIC ACID,
KAM IT or POTASH H A LT
Which will be sold at L )\VBif 1*14!< KS.
I h.ivr -'m been appointed .IOKNT for
ii 1\ A very's & Sens, Louisville, Ky.
(The I.AUOEST PLOW ! W LGOX >2 * xwa CTOKY ?n
World) nnd have received a lol of dor ON! . T ? <? and THREE HORSE WAGONS)
: abu PLOWS, (iive mc a ea 1 and mmj lor \<>: i r- |ven.
OKO. St* .\KJiSO.\.
TWO POORS KA^TMi' i> I: SMOAK & O?
Constantly on hand rhu I'm est Brands of
'LIQUORS AND CIGARS
Re?ta rant w li.iways supplied with JFresIi Oys
ters Fi-.-vt 3 Of Ham and 12 g *:S 2?o &
iii.ti .i! Ihcl e-vciy thing Lvse the Market a (Pohls, and served
up in the very he*st Stylo o i the -It iruitl ii ?tic.?,
A. M. BRIGGrMANN,
WHIT TUEV QAV
MAI [Ml Mi
f*iA*-ti ^ie*?' gM ?Baa
: L, '1IEA DQCARTKRH 1?
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods!
[laving greatly increased W. ? usually L-tr.se Stock, rill the Novelties id
dhl.SS ooods, a Laruc Variety of'Black ami Colored Otlsh
nil resj Lii-tr and Suitings.
Tint ! i n ?!?] MM'i !: Iiit is a] nwed, and iiny Ollilcl cnn trade withal
n.uch Contidcnco ns an experienced Shopper. Our Line of
CLOAKS ami holm A US to whi eh we invite
the \uspcctioii of the Ladies.
A WORD TO THE WISE !
Wl.cn in -cartdi of good Shoos or Boots, just take a look at my Stock ot
Philadelphia Hand-mnde. i he Selection ol' this Stock was made
with the view of n.fi ti11u" < very Demand, the various
Tastes, and prices from 23 cents a Lair up.
BULLDOZING WONT WIN!
AH we nsk Voting Man i.< lor you to look til our Suits of CLOTHING,
Medium and Line. OurSIUnil Won! ('assaniere Suits is the
??1JSS? Alsoa Large Assortment of Chil
dren and Boys School and Dress
Agem for BiriTKRICK'S. RKRFFXT PATTERNS.
White Shuttle Sewing Machine
Runs Lighter. Wears Longer, Runs Faster, Sews Detter, Ncrer Fails, nl1
ways Beady, Bosl Made, Besl Material, nil working parts being Case*
Hardened, an 1 a Written tJunran'eo under the Seal oi tho Company
given lor 5 Years with ev< ry Machine.
DON'T YOU FORGET IT!
We I < in estoii 1 to inj'.* Fulvous and I'lieu la a Cordial Invitation td
I I EN BY KOHN
DRY (iOODS BAZAAR,
4o Head Horses
Jl'ST AI! IVKI? V I
E. P. Slater's StaMos
Tho above Stock :i< FIN:??
ever brought into tiiis State, and will
1)0 mM at vi i v reasonable prie*s.
The public in respect fully invited
to call and examine the same.
15. Fi SLATER.
I Knowltoii & Lathrop,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
A T I j A W i
015 A \(i KBI! RG? S. C
nov 'Ml tf
1 t< >A I ? J >.
Mm. ?1 Oakman, having occupied tho
commodious residence of Capt. r. II. W
Urigginann on Amelia street, ; will accom
modate a few Boarder?, ltatc* rc?s?n&bli
and satisfaction fjunrnntoed?