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FR I PAY. DECEMBER 24, 1880.
'Ibis is the fust isatie of tho Ti,mks
in 1881, aud we cannot refrain from
a word in entering upon the New
Tho Old, with all its fortunes and
misfortunes, is gone; and tlw New,
with its hopes and fears, its doubts
and perplexities, ami its untried
seem s. Is before us.
The future is dark. As we enter
upon its threshold, the question
presses upon us,''watchman, w hat of
the night?*' The answer is uncer
tain. *vYc have no way of judging
the future but by the past.. As we
look behind, we see an ocean crested
with the billows of strife in which
many a frail bark is strauded and
ruined, while others, more favored,
find the still watt rs of piosperity. In
the life-struggle, often the l ight is
trampled, while the w rong nourishes
as "a green bay tree.*' The battle is
generally to the stiong, and the weak
fall, unnoticed, by the wayside.
In viewing the picture of human
ills we often despair, and sigh that
the reign of universal justice is so
loug deferred. Rut let us not offend
the great and wise Ruler id* the Uni
"It is not," says a recent writer,
"the Almighty, but we. wdio are re
sponsible for the vice and misery
that fester amid our civilization.,
'flic Creator showers upon us his
gifts?more than enough for all. But,
like swine, scrambling for fooct, we
tread them in the mire, while we tear
and rend each other."
Tho sea of error may roll around
us. Dark wrong* may seem to pros
per?but the Supreme Ruler of all
is wise, good and merciful.
Let each id' us resolve to uphold
the right, t<> rebuke the wrong, to
raise up the weak, to succor the tin
fortunate, to help'the poor, and tobe
kind to all, and 1881 will not pass
without a blcssing,and will prove in
deed a IIa Nl-Av V KA K !
1 HE ( 0RNLLS0N FACTORY.
On i in -day aft Titoon we look a
stroll through this new and promis
ing factory, erect. : in our town by
Mr. t11. I' irheisou. We were me!
by -di-. I'erryclear, who courteously
conducted us to the main building,
and introduced us to M r. James I..
Hicks, the general superintendent,
who kindly furnished us t lie in forma ?
lion we desired, and gave us an in
sight into t h< operations of t he estab
lishment. Fro in what we saw and
heard we feel satisfied that the enter
prise is an assured success. There
are four attachments, 1 li:* I spindles
and about twenty operatives, and
there is no doubt,with the well know n
enterprise of the proprietor, that the
( opacity will be enlarged as theocca
Mr. Hicks lias had considerable
experience' lie had charge of the
line factory started in this stale at
Westminster, sind has also been em
ployed in the Cnmpcrdown factory at
Greenville K. C. The machinery 'of
the I oi nelson factory is operated by
a sixty horse power engine. The
factory con-nine; two bales a day. or
six hundred bale* a year, which will
furnish a market for about $:t0,()00
worth of coiton n year. Mr. Cornel
son pays from three to three and a
halfceutS a pound for the seed cotton
delivered at the factory. The yarn
i- worth from twenty four to twenty
< tgl'.l cents per pound. The profits
are estimated at ?+?*?<> a day. The
spinners can ram about sixty cents a
ilnvj lhe spoolers, reelers and carders
earn from twenty five to seventy-live
cent * n day.
We have ha 1 the good fortune
t.? visit tin- larger factories
i i the 'upper part of the State,
and we were struck with the same
svsleui and good order in this
Orangeburg enterprise. A number
of women and ehildred are employed
and utilized here as elsewhere, and
all I he operatives seem happy and
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contented,and perfectly familiar with
the routine of work.
While this is a private enterprise
everybody feels interested in it as a
public benefit. There is nothing; like
bringing.the factories to the, cotton
and giving employment to those who
arc unlit for more laborious work.
The South has great advantages
over the North iti this Hue of indus
try.and :ts soon as capitalists abroad,
as well as at home, are nwekened to
this truth,there is uo telling . he limit
to the prosperity of this sect ion of the
Till- CONDITION OF THE COLORED
The News and Courirr has taken
the pains to send its traveling corre
spondent to gather truthful informa
tion as to the condition of the color
cd people in all parts of the state. The
result of the investigation shows that
they arc making material progress
everywhere, and there are many places
in which individuals of them have
amassed fortunes. They have th e
same chances of prosperity as the
white man. ami there is no impedi
ment to their reaching any state of
elevation, material or intellectual to
to which their capacities entitle them.
They have the same protection of the
Courts and the right of trial by jury
as their white neighbor. They have
hotter chances of living than labor
ers at die North or any where else tin
Col. Met litre, the gifted corres
pondent of the Philadelphia Titn*?
who way snnl South to lind out the
true state of things, admits that, his i
his observation verities this fact, and !
even got s further, and confesses to
j his paper that while he finds colored
men, elected by Democrats, in the
Legislature of South ('arolina,neither
I party in Pennsylvania send? one rep
resentative to the Legislature in that
I Northern State for the immense uuftt
I her of colored people within its
bounds. It is a well kuowu fact
thai the people of the North are
'less lolorant of tho political aspira
I lions of the colored people at their
j own homes than t he Southern people
If any thing should open the eyes
of the colored people to the false pre
tensions of the oifleo seeking carpet
bagger, who soft soaps them in the
South, this should.
If the colored people would look !
into the matter fairly they would
see thai the whites are not disposed
in any way to interfere width their
political rights, but .-?11 the other hand
desire to help them to educate their
children,aud become 1 ich.prosperous
aud happy. And such would be the
case, if there was less bitterness on
both sides in politics ami more of a
disposition tt) harmonize for the gen
era I good.
I THEY REFUSE TO HE COMFORTED.
The comments of the Northern
press mi the passage of the Duelling,
the Whiskey and the Concealed wea
pons bills may be profitable reading
tons as showing the sincerity of tho
professions <>f such papers for gener
Our consolation is that South Car
olina is not legislating for Northern
sentiment but for the progross of civ
The J'ost, a Republican paper har
bors the suspicion that the object i:?
to disarm the negroes.
The Boston Atlvertiter Hies oft'011 a
tangent, and taunts us with tissue
The New York Tiine* sneers at the
work, and does not believe that it is
sustained by the people.
The Sntioii compares us to the in
habitants of .Montenegro and Sicily
It says: " The Albanian, however,
has the advantage in manliness, as
he carries his wcapou in a huge belt
on his stomach, in full view of every
body so that any one who does UO
care for discussiou with him can
keep out of his way."
Is this the way to encourage refor
mation';' We don'l believe, if the peo
I pie of the North should conclude to
nieiitl their ways, that the Southern
press would be so unkind.
Mr. Archibald Cameron of the
Charleston Machinery house of Cam
eron Barclay A- < 'o. died on Tuesday.
<?" " 1 1 ! . iiiiMiii n , 1
N'e>i ict> ol' J ") ism iTfr-ion
I w ill file my final account an Administra
tor, dt. boni* wo?, ol ti-e Estate of Joseph
Cook with the Judge ol Probate of Orange
bur^ County within thirty days from date,
.'mil ask for Letters of Dismission.
It. V. THOMPSON,
January full 1881.
jan 7 ol
Iint of Uiicluiiiicil Isolier?
j Remaining in I lie Tost Office at
Orangol.urg, (!. H. S. C., for the wetk
ending January 1st 13S1
Win. Hazard. Mrs. JVosancr Raker, J \V
Brown, .Tames BoRcu, Mr.?. Elvira brown
(care of Davitl ('< Howe), Mrs. Elvira
Rrown (cure ofiVaiuiy German)? Charley
Huniirm, .Viss Florric Crom, Miss Jnney
Colcmnn, 3 C Cnrinan. M T Douglass,
Hill Fogle. C I) Karras, Lcndor Federick,
Robert I* Fogle, Allies Hnrdoze, Kev.
I >n.viel Harris, J/rs. Margaret A Ilolntam
I so sic Johnson, John Jay, M Knntts, Miss
Dot her McDnntels, E A Nix, KtratiM,
blahs ? Co., il/arlhcr rainier. Mre. Kva
hart, Mm. Ann Smith, Miss plana Suui
nirrn, Mrs. T A .Smith, Wheeler &Strawa,
Miss Alice Teague, Miss Sahna Ricken
backer. Rob. William*, Janus A Ware,
CofKTY CoilMISSIOSRR'H OfFICK,
Orangeburg County, Orangeburg, S. C.
Januury 3rd 1881.
Seilet" 1 litis will he received at this office
until the 17th iri?t., nt 10 o'clock, for a
competent physician to fum'sh medical
attendance und nied'ciiie to the inmates of
the Couaty I'onr Rouse and Jail. A bond
in the amount of the bid will he required.
Also bids for furnishing wo ?d f oak niul
lighiwootl) to thti County l'oor I Raise, Jail
The bids by the lowest renn;n*ihlc bid
tiers will be received t1 c />'o:tr<l reserving
the right, however, tu reject any and all
Ilv Order of the Roard.
b. 11. WANN AM AK KR,
jan 7 2t
The State of South Carolina,
by n. f. izt.AK, ixjiini:, i'ltoitA'rr: jrnoE.
W hereas, be/.in W. Rales hath made suit
to me. to gran! him belters of Administra
tion of the Estate anil t lie, ts of Mrs. Sadie
A. Kenuuerbn, dcceasetl.
These are therefore to cite and admonish
all and singular the kindred and Cred
itors of the paid Mrs. Sa'liu A. Kt inmcr
li ii. deceased, that thev l>e
and appear, before me. in the Court
of P.'tibale, to be held at Ornngchurg, C. ii.,
on lsih January next, after publication
hereof, at !1 o'clock in the forenoon, l.i
nhow cause, if any they have, why the-.aid
Administration should not he granted.
Iii veil under my Hand. ihi< -'.'th day of
December, Anno l)otnini I.HSU.
[i. s.] lb I*. IZI.-AR,
Judge of Probate. Urangcbiirg Count v.
j ... 7 -'I
Pure Juice oi tho
81.50 Por Gallon.
Bottled Beer by
the English Bot
tling Co. of Phila
delphia, for Fami
ly me, enly $1.20
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fvrri m ru nt
IN IT IK
A PURELY TEMPERANCE
ALW AY.-i UN HANI).
Dry Champ gnc
always on hend
OBAN&EBT?Uft, S. 0..
List of Delinquent Lands- for Fis
cal Year Commencing No
vember 1st, 1879.
Ac'ru. Bda. LU
Mrs M K Caldwell. 50 3
L M Clark. 1
? L Dunau. 18 1 1
A D Uoodwyn.1041 0
I'elzcr, Dodgers & (Jo. 330 4
Mrs SI A Fenuington. 110 2
Fannie I'ri nee. Y. 1
Luke Kohinsou. 75
M A Walling & Ellen Huw
Geo W D Berry. 100
A ,1 ami T 0 Edwards. 1? 1
Jannary Edward?. ISO 8
Fannie Kepley. 1
Campbell Kootmaii. 14
James 1' Walsh. lou ?
Mrs J II Watson. ?00
Mrs Caroline E lioylston... 180
Celir. Bowman. 10 1
Cans Kelley. 72 2
Emma L Easterlin. yo
Mrn Elizabeth Smoak. 110 4
Mm EC liar ley. 25 1
John L) Po.i. 10
J K Wait. 126 4
I) I) A rant. 60 8
Est Uideon Illume. 125
Martha E Gardner. 78
V M Carson. 1 15 2
John Courtenay, Jr. IGt 1
Air? E L Willi.-* & W Uur
E E nolle. 130
Dennis Strom an. 25 2
Mrs E A Magrill. lul 10
Alisa I mn Moorer aud Sister 453
Anbury W bandet. 150
Shetlr?ch Carn. 85 3
Wesley l'.rown. 5u '2
Toney Miles. 40 2
Aaberry VV Sandel. 105 8
1* rim us T 15m wick. 1
1'oter L'aktwwll. 97 4
Campbell Kent man. 1j0 1
Satan A Humbert. 3 1
Simon M Jones. '260 tj
l-.st Mary Marcbaiit. ~ 11
W 1) Oliver. '27
John M Thompson . '2 1
Eliza E Uoodwyn. 75 1
Elmore ?II? ekle.
I'elzcr, Dodgers & Co. loo 8
E D Sosportas. 151 1
Eft J Lewis Hair. 'jo
Ho-e Phon. 1211 3
11 M Rush. 5 3
Dill l-'air and wife. 50 3
Martha A Uiillin. loo -
Leese M Sind er. 200
Mrs M J boyd. 2G0 3
William I'ulemait. -5 1
Richard V McMiehael. 05
Mr* It V McMiclial. 7?< 3
John K Kicking. 4 10
John ii Tucker. 28
l't \\ Uy. 120 3
Marion It Cooper. 387 '2
Mrs Susan On-gory. 83 3
Eni Wm Pendnrvis. loo i
Margaret A Koed. 00 1
Andrew N moak. 50
Amy A rant. 40 4
Mrs*ft a McMiehael. '26 2
Jam: rt Wolfe. 196 3
Elijah Dunulor, ngent foi
Richard E?an2 . 350 1
Bat Win rt W anuamaker. 50
Mrs Marc Zcnglrr. 127 2
Mrs Emma Zeigler., ?00 4
For fiscal year commencing November
1st, 1878 :
John V Fickine. M0
Marv Zeigler. 1-7 2
Emma ?' . &?0 4
?? . 300
Kir fiscal year commencing November
John V I icken. 410
Emma Ecigler. U1>'J 4
Kur fiscal year commencing November
1st. 1870 .
John F Eicken. 4 10
Kor final vear commencing November
John K Fiekin. 410
For fiscal vear commencing November
John K Kicken. 440
Kor fiscal vear commencing November
John F Kicken. 440
Kor fiscal pear commencing November
John F Kieken. 440
For fiscal year commencing November
John K Kicken. 440
Kor fi?eal vear commencing November
In t 1870;
John K Kicken. 440
OFFICE oK COUNTY AUDITOR,
Orangebnrg, 8. C, Dee. 20, 1S80.
I Notice is hereby given that the whole o'
the several parcels, lots and parts of lots ol
real estate described in the prccecding list,
or so much thereof as will be necessary to
pay the taxes, penalties and assessments
thereon, will be sold by the County Treasu
ier of Orangebnrg County. S'-mli Carolina,
at his Olli cm, in saiil County, on the first
Monthly in February A. I>. 1881, unless
said tax?-*, assessments and penalties be
paid b'dore that time, and such sale w ill bo
continued from day to day until said par
eels, bus and parle of lots of real tsmte
shall be sold or ofl'eretl for sale. j
IMIN.ALD R. BARTON,
Auditor Orangeburg County,
dec '24 'if
LEAD AGAIN !!!
Good Government for State and
County Successfully Obtained !
NEXT COM EH ECONOMY!
TflO buy the best article for the least
money increases tho lasting qualities
the contents in our purse and enables us tu
buy a great many things for a Pttle
1 offer lite following articles 20 per cenl
below its market value, the goods having
been bought before the recent advancement
of prices .
50 bbls FLOU R of the best brands.
TABLE BUTTER 30 and 35 cts pr !b.
CHOICE HAMS 10 els pr lb.
PC RE LEAF LAUD 10 cts pr lb.
And tho best RIO COFFEE 5 lbs for$l.
J. I. Sorentrue
P W BULL'S STORE *?
I CRAM, JAM, FULL
0 f everything you want for "
Apples, Oranges, Bananas, Le
mons, Cocoamits, and Nuts of all
kinds, Mince UTeat, all kinds of i
Fruit, and the very best Butter. %
All of which ore of the BEST
QUALITY. Will give yon
for LESSMONEY than aEy ether
HOUSE in town. Coni? and s?e.
P W BULL
ACKNOWI EDGED that every article thf.t goes to complete a first ^
class cfistumo or Ladies, iientlemon or Children's vrear can b? obtained.
Our efforts lor the pant two ye.vs have met with the MUST LIBERAL?
EN( OURAGEMENT. and this season we rgnin place before our Patrons
and the Public of this section 4$
An Immense Stock of Goods
That stands without a RIVAL.
Our f-TIks and Dress Goods are simply MAGNIFICENT.
Our Dress Trimming Department is filled with the Rarest Novelties.
Our Hosiery. Ribbon, Corsets, Glove, Lace, Linen and Woolen D?- J|
nartmenta are filled with the Choicest Goods.
THE SECRET DISCOVERED
The place t ? %nv* money in buying your Winter Suits of clothing and
Overcoats?beg Si ck? all Hz? s. Styles and Prices are the Lowest at
HENRY KOHN'S '
Boots, Shoes ami Ilms for everybody. Pay particular attention to d
buying and selling durable Hoots and Shoes, Always at Lowest priees for 4b
THE PLACE TO SiVE MONEY
We 'nave added to the Hollidny Trade an flegnnt assortment of Fancy
Goods, consisting of Celloluie and Rubber Dressing Cases, Dolls, Wax,
Rubber and China, all sizes. Fancy Paper in Satin Boxes, ami 1000 other J
articles suitable fur Sweetheart, Wife Mother, Cousin, Sister, etc. w
THE BEST YET
Is our ndso me WHITE SEWING MACHINE. It gives evory pur
(lianr entire satisfaction and is guaranteed by the Compa?) for 5 y?ara.
OUR C DRUSE PREVAILS I
Polite com Icons nn ** nth mien given to every visitor,