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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South Carolina leader. — 7 October 1865

ALLEN COFFIN, Editor First the blade, then, the ear, after that the full corn in the ear/'-Pani. FOUR DOLLARS FEE ANNUM. Vol. I. CHAELESTON, S?TUEDAY, OCTOBER, 7, 1865. Nd 1. SOOTH CAROLINA LEADER. PUBLISHED ON SATURDAYS, WEEKLY, ? At 430 King Street, Charleston* S. C. BY T. HUELEY Sc CO. Subscription Price :-Four Dollars a year, inva riable' in advance. Kates of Advertising: For one Square of Ten Lines, one insertion, $2 00; f r e ach subsequent insertion. $1.00. A liberal discount maje to yearly, half-yearly, and quarterly advertiser?. Advertisements conspicuous lv displayed b>- special agreement. PROSPECTUS FOI! TUE South Carolina Leader. A Weekly Journal of the Times. THE LEADER will be devoted to thc interest of Free Labor and genera] reform. The Federal Government will be sustained at all hazards: and we hope that its ultimate policy towards this .State will ensure peace, prosperity, and domes tic tranquility. That self-evident truth, contained ia the Dcclara rr..:i of Inde...

Publication Title: South Carolina Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — South Carolina leader. — 7 October 1865

COMMUNICATED. Article* inserted under this hoad" ?re written V ,omsrond<.nts We shall bc &**/*}>}WT: municatibns-oP flierit, but do not hold oumches re vponsibl* Sot th*ir (tentimenti._ THE DITTIES OF THE*HOUR. When war ceases amongst a people, new sources of agitation are opened. They begin to cast anxious and enquiring glances st tkei&sit uation, and their relative pdsition to others. Their rightful possessions ase next scpfctiawzed. They are restive under any attem.pt that may be made to abridge their sphere of personal move ment, and they now discuss the question of rights and privileges. But amidst the perplex ity, growing out of thc sophisms of office-holders and hirelings, it is often found difficult to obtain claims and insure permanency. In this dilemma we are at the present time ; and hence the pre vailing anxiety and perturbation of mind. That the world has never seen a period of quie tude, history hut too well certifies ; and it is also but too true that im...

Publication Title: South Carolina Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — South Carolina leader. — 7 October 1865

The Sew Constitution, ire the People of the State of South Carolina, hf ovr Delegates in Conation, met, do ordain ami rstabiish thi* Constitution, for the government of i/K said >!<it<-' ARTICLE 1. v. i T)>V I c?shtive a?th?ritv cf this State Li be vested i?a General Assembly, which shall f"?i*t ot a Senate and a House of Representatives. \SE?TI.>N The House of Representatives shall be x M ?i o? members, chosen by ballot, every se wJ) year, by tho citizens of this State qualified as in h : s Constitution is provided. S? i ION 3. Each J udicial District in thc State shall on^tifute one Election District, except Charleston Strict, which ihall be divided into two Election Dis tict?- one consisting b> the late Parishes of St. Phil, ip's and St. Michael's, to be designated the Election l?strict of Charleston, tuc other consisting of all that (tart of the Judical District which is without the limits thc said Parishes, to be known as the Election l>i>trict of Berkle...

Publication Title: South Carolina Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — South Carolina leader. — 7 October 1865

THE LEAD: LANGUAGE OF THE STAR-SPANGLED BANNER. -The stars of our flag represented the constel lation of ?.States" rising in the west.* The idea was taken from the " constellation of Lyra," which, in the hands of Orpheus, signi fied harmony. The blue of the field was taken from the edges of the Covenanter's banner in "Scotland, significant also of the league and .covenant of the United Colonies against oppres sion, incidently involving the virtues of vigi lance, perseverance, and justice. The stars were disposed in a circle symboliz ing the perpetuity of the Union ; the ring, like, the circling serpent of the Egyptians, signifying eternity. The thirteen stripes, showed the num.-. ber of the United Colonies, and denoted the .subordination of the States of the Union, ns weli as equality among themselves. The whole was the blending of the various flags previous to the Union Flag, namely : the red flags of the armv rind the white ones of thc floating batter ics. The red -color, wliich i...

Publication Title: South Carolina Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South Carolina leader. — 21 October 1865

ALLES COPPIN; Editor. "First the blade, then the ear, after that the full corn in the eaiv'-Pad. "Vol. I. CHAELESTON, SA.TTJH?^LY, OCTOBER, 31, 1865 mm DOLLARS PER ANNUM. K"o. 3. SOUTH CAROLINA LEADER PUBLISHED ON SATURDAYS, WEEKLY, At 430 King Street, Charleston, S. C. BY T. HURLEY & CO. Subscription Price Four Dollars a year, inva riablj in advance. Rates of Advertising: For one Square of Ten Lines, one insertion, $2 00; for each subs?quent insertion, $1.00. A liberal discouut made to- yearly, half-yearly, and quarterly advertisers. Advertisements conspicuous lv displayed by special agreement. PROSPECTUS FOR THE South Carolina Leader. A Weekly Journal of the Times. THE LEADER will be devoted to thc interest of Free haber and general reform. Thc Federal Government will be sustained at all hazards: aud we hope that its ultimate policy towards this State will ensure peace, prosperity, and domes tic tranquility. That self-evident truth, contained in the Declara iou of Independence...

Publication Title: South Carolina Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — South Carolina leader. — 21 October 1865

~ OOMM?NICA^ A" \n?orted under thia head are writtc ro?? WeVj? glad topublWi . Si^tou. rf ??lt, bat do not hold cursive KpontiWe for their sentiments. Whither are we Drift;mg? This is a question whick we may well pon When we take into consideration the events are daily transpiring through the actions of tl high in authority, and more especially is question pressed upon our consideration as read such a document as the letter of "A Ph er,'* published in a late edition of one of journals of this city. Who amongst tts, in widest scope of imagination, could hilve brou his mind to such a denth of demoralization as believe for a moment that an intelligent freer could be so blinded hy prejudice as to atten hy argument, to prove that the true way to ele ? rion lies through the degradation of the nat which he professes a desire to elevate ? But i son is often made subservient to passion ; i men often, after having had their hardened "ea somewhat softened by the triumph of their bel feelings, ...

Publication Title: South Carolina Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — South Carolina leader. — 21 October 1865

The Labor Reform. r give below, extracts from thaaddr?ssof the ciking men of Charleston, adopt?d'at a meet g held in Military Hall on Monday evening of is week. The meeting was called for political 'rposes, but the views entertained in regard to bor are very just. Wc do not suppose that meeting intended to give , much comfort to colored laborer, as it consisted only of ite laborers, the black man having no vote ; . in spite of this fact, the advancement of interests of labor is very desirable, and the vation of any cl?ss of laborers will do much dignify the great labor reform movement. Tue subject of a system of practical educa i >ti for the preparation of youth to become :eated mechanics, we will endeavor to bring the notice of the Legislature ? and as South ulina College bas been highly endowed,, and : yorted as a State institution for the prepara ':i of professional youths, so should schools I colleges be established where architecture, j v.-ition, and all the details bf a pra...

Publication Title: South Carolina Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — South Carolina leader. — 21 October 1865

President Johnson's Speech. Andrew Johnson, President of the United States, upon reviewing the ?irst Regiment of the District of Columbia Colored Volunteers, from the Executive Mansion, made the follow, ng speech : - My Friends'. My object in presenting myself before vou on this occasion is simply to thank you, members of one of the colored regiments which have been in the service of the country, to sustain and carry its banners and its laws triumphantly in every part of this broad 2and. I repeat that I appear before you on the present occasion merely to tender vou mv thanks for the compliment you have paid me on your re turn home, to again be associated with your friends and your relations, and those you hold most sacred and dear. ? repeat, ? have but lit tle to say. It being unusual in this government and in most of the other governments to hare colored troops engaged in their service, you have gone forth, as events have shown, and served with patience, and endurance in the cause ...

Publication Title: South Carolina Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South Carolina leader. — 28 October 1865

ALLEN COFFIN, Editor. "First t>h?.Uiac?o, thou the ear? utter tlij.it the trill edni in thu our."-Paul. FOUR DOLLARS PER ANNUM. "Vol. I. SOUTH CAROLINA, LEADER, PUBLISHED ON SATURDAYS, WKKICl.Vi At 4.30 King Stroot, Charloston, S. C. nv T. I-JUttLKY &> CO. Subscription Price :-Ku ur Dollars a yorirj Invn rlablv lu nd vance. Kate? of AdvortisiiiR! Kur mu: Square of Ton Min's, one insertion, $*.'.<HI for euch subsequent Insertion, f-l.ou. A ?berni discount Hindu to yearly, half-yearly, and .quarterly advertisers. Ad vert I ?einen ia r.otisiilcHOUs ly displayed l?>- special agreement, PJiOSPKCT US ?? rou nut South Carolina Leader. A "Wookly Journal of tho Timon. Tm-: I.KAiM.lt will lie devoted ti? the Interest ol l-'ree l.aburand general reform. Thc Federal Government will be sustained at all hasards; mut we hone that ?ta ultimate policy towards this State will ensure peace, prosperity, and domes tlc tranquility. That aolf evident truth, contained In lli? L>i*el?r? D...

Publication Title: South Carolina Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — South Carolina leader. — 28 October 1865

THE LEADER. CHARLESTON, S. C., Saturday, October* 28,18G5. Ac ? s CM-: SD AOSMtS : William Dart, Paul Volnsrtt, Samuel L. Dennett, of Cltnrlentoti ; Writ. D. Nash, Columbia; Donn Dudley, Henton, Maia.; Rev. A. Waddle. Savannah. Tiri? I-EADK a -cnn be obtnluod nt Hie store* of T. VV. Card020, connor -of Henrietta niul Elizabeth Streets ; nut) at SJauons & ?leuuy. Market Street, ormoarto Anson. Gen, Howard in Zion's Ciiurcli. ! The Zion's Church was densely crowded on j Sunday nftcrnoon Inst by the friends of impnr <inl freedom, to see and bear Mnjor-Ocn. O. 0. Howard, Commissioner of the Freedmen's Bu reau, After the singing of several hymns, the ser- I vices were commenced by Kev. Mr. Howard, i brother of thc General, who rend from the <?lst | chapter of Isninh, and Offered n fervent prayer. General U. Saxton, Assistatrt Commissioner, presided, nnd snid that they hnd assembled to listen to Gen. Howard, thc man who command ed the right wing of General Sherman's army on thei...

Publication Title: South Carolina Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — South Carolina leader. — 28 October 1865

I / _ "_^ jj Tho Labor Movomiont. ? North and South ulikujirc Agitating thu pro hiern ot' labor. In thc qouth tlio controversy in ?till in ils elementary stage. There the ffucs tion relaten not to the duration of work bat tp tm i quality of thu workers. The North settled th' j question nearly a century ?go, by unanimously deciding that ?uborers to he profitai)]* mmtt b free. Forced to accept that solution by the re v nuits of the wai, experience will soon demonstrar, its wisdom to every reflecting mind in the South As, even in Connecticut, all doubts thereon hav been dispelled for years, we cannot hesitate t believe that South Carolina will presently ?doti it as au undeniable doctrincu of her social creed mid, along willi her, the rest of our recently rt bellions ?uni erring sisters. In the North, and especially in Massachusetts which usually lead:; ilse yuri in nil re fur lila tor movements, an i artiest etlort is in progress t diminish thc laborer's daily task to eight houri The r...

Publication Title: South Carolina Leader
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — South Carolina leader. — 28 October 1865

THE LEADER, WE ARE NOT AFRAID OF TESTS. Those people who imagine that thc advocates >f negro auftrage nie working to corrupt the jiurity of tho ballot box, by bestowing ibo cloc ivc franchise upon ignorant, illiterate persons, are grossly mistaken. We nie tobi hy the op ponents or this measure timi the mass of the negroes In Tennessee nnd tither States nre not intelligent enough to he intrusted with the bal lot, Urnut that very ninny nf them are. ls there not n very large portion of the while popula tion of this State who tue still inore ignorant, yet who nre permitted to exercise that invaluable right? Now whnt we ask, anti what we shall never cense to ask as long ns it is denied us, is the abolition of nil absurd distinctions on ac count of color. If intelligence is to be the test of qualifications a.i itu elector, then h t that be the test. We un; ready for the examination. Surely, if the white inhabitants of Tennessee ure very intelligent, and all Hu- eoloretl inhabi tants ar...

Publication Title: South Carolina Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South Carolina leader. — 25 November 1865

ALLEN COFFIN, Editor. "First t>h?.Uiac?o, thou the ear? utter tlij.it the trill edni in thu our."-Paul. FOUR DOLLARS PER ANNUM. "Vol. I. SOUTH CAROLINA LEADER. PUBLISHED ON SATURDAYS, WKKKI.Y, At 430 King Stroot, Oharloaton, S. C. ny T. HURL KY ?te CO. Bubscriptiou IMou :-Four IMlar.ifc yew, lava flably in ndrauee. Katee of Advertising: For one Square of 'l'en Linee, om- iusertion, i'i 00, for cacti nuti.-i'ijneut insertion. $l.fiO. A liberal discount wal? to yearly, batt yearly, and quarterly advertiser*. Advi-rilM-un-tita ccusnicuou* ly displaced b,- spacial .-.?.ecuu-nt. Foil THI: South Carolina Leader. A Weekly Journal of tho Timen. Tn it I.KAHIClt will tic devoted m thc tntcreat ol Krce I.nbor nuil general rvforiu. The Kedcinl (Jovcrtimcnt wilt bc sustained at a JI liumrils. mid wc tiu|ic that its llllilllHlr pulley tow.inls thu State ? ?1! cuauro peace, prui-prrltt, and domes tlc tranquility. That self c\ lib-tit truth, coiitttiuctl itt itu- D?clara lion of I ndi-pi'iidc nc...

Publication Title: South Carolina Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — South Carolina leader. — 25 November 1865

rl?*j JL Iii Jr:. 1} ?"J .i. i. CHARLESTON, S. C.. ^ntui'cl.iv, JNov. 25, 1S65. ArtHoni/.l'.D Act NTS : \Ullllllll l'?a ri, l'itlll l'oliisclt, finn m-' I.. Iliiiiiclt, ni Chin lesion ; \Yin. li. Na-li, O'tiiuitiia i Demi l'iell. y, Imsum, Mass.; ?tiiv. A. Wild.ile. Savannah. I u i i .JJ AIM R ci ii ?'C nhtiiliicti ?it ilic s to ron nf T. W. Cm tinco, cul HIT nf Ut tu letta ilinl I lix: in 111 SUctls; r.nil ?t Simon? & l'ciuit, 31 ni kc t Mn ct, opposite Ausbin Tho Stute Convention. Thc cul ic i people ol' tlic Sute have be?ii hohlilti: a Convention in il.:- cry. i ' i lej> n t.t? Jl.iVc illi.il III (.>?.?! t linn, lill JH.lt.-. ill' lilt- Stilt?'. K"?i>l<itittiis til' uiipoi Ntl.ci- I .-. vc IHIII ju, - ? ut mi. mu? tli-eii-.-i tl \v ii ti cu liiitit-.-K timi ciinilnr. lt is lite liist (.'uti wu i mu nt int* kimi ever n-. win li I'd hire, atitl it would not bu true loony lhitt tl? business lins been transuded with that parliamentary precision which characterizes del...

Publication Title: South Carolina Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — South Carolina leader. — 25 November 1865

CHARLESTON, S. C., Saturday, Nov. ?25, 1305. Acruonizto A ut-NT* : William Uart, l'util Poinsctti Samuel L. licitud t, of (. lim lesion ; Witi. ll. Nash, Cultiiiiliin; Denn Dudley, Huston, Mut.?.; Kev; A. ?Vmldlc, Savannah. Tit li l.l;.\iii r. o.;? he obtained at the st?re? of Ti W. CatdoKu, ponier of 11 > m ]<-t ni iimi l.lixi.b. th Street* ; mul ?t Simons & UCIIUY, Mm Ut Bin et, opposite Auton. Tho Stato Cohvoution. The eui.-red people of the St*ite h?vp beini holding a Convention in ibis i-iiy. Deh'gHttts liav? been pt.'.-cni lion, nil partis of the Snit?'. K-solutions of inipoi lance have bein piisent ed, anil (H-ci.-M d willi euliiiiic.-tj nml condor; .ll io llic littst Convention td' nie kind ever ft-? wm hkd herc, nml it w ould not bc trim to say that ila butines? lina been trun.sucted with that pailiamentary precision which characterizes deliberative assemblies ; but the speeches which have bien made by thu m. min i s upon thc dif furent resolut ions, have ult ln.u...

Publication Title: South Carolina Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — South Carolina leader. — 25 November 1865

COMMIXIOAI Ki). At'i. l' - in-.il.l limier lilli le iel lire IV. illi li Iii ,.di. -| un i. nt-. W*i> rltnll lu- I.. |,ul,;i~li e..M niiiiiic.ii i> .lii'il nu j u . lilli .'In lint itdlll 'mi .. -IM-M li I ?|.mi!-lbl.-fur tliVtt '. nt tuten' ?>. ' ' .' ' ' ?'' ? Hand-bink JbUlngti: Mu EIMTIIH. -A tt-\K kio'? ? liiiiti tin? Virt'dfi i if ll lion; llciul nlnv Iii' III cep'.. Lie lo-m.. 1T MUM : li lilli I". Y'UI nie inx.iie ul li ;- liil'ur" nf ! Mill nu ?lil.il iii- tn?; i- ?illili. li i- I.i Minni ..ml n minht ? I'', - 'iti^iliiitieiill> fin oil 1,-iel.l- ?- I-.u - s und mill. - ?11A .v Ki- u ?. .ni millie I.I- i In until it limn m ?I AV*. Sim tlii y> lint i-ji|-? jit* .'. iimi it t- i ut -;i.">-v '.' "I Ui.'l.V l.liiil hi- heo.'ine uiliil-llliiU.il II r. I n..i li?e, inn lin ul U v.. Kv ry Inuit ?r<l piny- mi n ' ?lili l?es li?e -ml. limn liiCniiv. iii?iii 1.. 1 iii it'll'/. II- 1 till- .i'll ey-- .III I > ;.. - :. I'.. 'If li'-'j t'iyVi ?ii-e iifi lilli ll ...

Publication Title: South Carolina Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — South Carolina leader. — 25 November 1865

. UOMMluNIUATIiD. Arltele* Inserted miller 11 a i - le.nl un* wrlltni l<j toi I j on.liiit-. Wu F Int I I lie iflitil Iii |itll?li?!l emil 4iiiiiilcnii'.ii*"f un-iit, lott .dy, liol hold <>ui->-?ved're ?IllisibleTut llrtlr "'eiitniiiWtT.'' > ? ' 1 " ?" 1 . 1 Sand-batik Jotting^. Mn ElUToWi - A fovv iio j?rn'itiTh? Mman of ll lion-lleml IUHV Iii- neeeptulilt' lo aimil* ?if >????' lindel?. Yul! ute nwjite ut. llie Itt!. HV?' "f ill. ! ?-fot i [3 *t ' Mill lill Will, ll ll.H tllWI. I- illllll. II. I- lull?! simd uml noiixht.mM', - emphiifi'i-iilly J'n-e soil. L'iekl'SH Lois, R iiu'd nuiles ri i A iv Huir wea rt .onie loiiil- l li to ti j(h it lunn il ny io ri AV. Sun tiny? not ixyi pted, mill i' I- nm p^ningM ;.hui tu IM t'y ktuiiihli heeoine ti hui.look'li unit 'trot heeiim. I nut I H jv Kv ry huh wi? il piny- mi ie with 'h H flee -ml. tinile mei m v. li ii t, t lu lin I.mi/i n-. I Hllit oilr ey. - in I i ul - ;. t^ i t|'. i . .? ?' i y~ er- i lee of our li-il'll 'ii...

Publication Title: South Carolina Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — South Carolina leader. — 25 November 1865

^^M^---. I 1 ' I m I u l iMIU^ i_wmm_ "~TELE lA'lAI )1"H. . AN l?iFI-DEt/B CONVERSI?N. j : Rev. Jumes U? ?IIIIPMV, in a-loiter many yeurs ago to thc lu tv Uislitip McKcndreci gives thc following necount of un inUdel's-coiivcrsion. It may inspire new r.uih itt some pious mother, who lias been praying for many years fur thu conversion of her children J ?lr. Howard hut] been an infidel nbout twen ty years, during which hu seldom intended the House of Uod, insomuch that he observed lo i tue after his convtirsioit/lhiit ho had' heard bul three fermons in ?ix yeats. The World had been the sohl object of his pursuit, and he had succeeded in amassing ? considera ble quantity of its Wealth, lie was in ibis situation in the beginning of 1817. He possessed among a number of other slaves One humid Peter, who usually attended tu his cattle, ttltd in whom he reputed eotisldciuble confidence. Peter hud been fur many years a faithful member of the Methodist chu rub. Some time i'i the early pail nj ...

Publication Title: South Carolina Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — South Carolina leader. — 25 November 1865

JT??T?TK? 1 >Klt. AN INFIDEt/B CONVERSION. Rev. Janies U. Andrew, in a lotter immy years ?go ti) the tale Hishop McKomlrce, ?ives tlie following accnunl of uti inllilel's^iiiiversUiii. lt may inspire new faith in sinne pious mother, who lins been pinyin;; for ninny years for the conversion of lier ehilt'rtii: Air. Howard lind been un infidel nbout twen ty years, during which be seldom intended the House of (?od, insomuch that he observed lu . tue after his conversi?n, that ho lind heard hui thieu rsrnions in MI venta. The world had been the sole object of his pursuit; find be had succeeded in nnuissilig n considem ull! quantity nf its wealth, tie was in this bituntion in ihe beginning of ?817. ile possessed tinning a nuuiher of oilier slaves One iinnud Peter, who tl -s li il liv attended to bis callie, timi m whom be reputed cotislilt'iiible, confidence, l'etcr had been fur tunny years 11 faithful member ol'tile Methodist church;. .Sonic " time in tlie cally pail ul the liboyo-ni...

Publication Title: South Carolina Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South Carolina leader. — 25 November 1865

??i'-* . ?il ntf ja *f ^?*-?? ?? 'If ii i y > -tv: : ? i v -tdvt \tH t i h*uib?>; Nt; mimi k? tNjjn K0pai ar*?*? jj? nil feSso ^ '? ^3 lt ? - HT T? UT; ? > } ,m*k&t U>*.i <rfj? aaft UXSV p?Uff 111," WM?i the ear. -Paul. F0TT& BOLLABS. PEE AWTOX > mm ??BW8EEB SS SATURDAYS, At 430 Ha* S^.C&****^*H Subscription Wo* :~roar M*r? * year, tara ^Inadvaaee. ? ? . Bates of Adverttsfog* T?r one Sonare of Tea Linea, one iaaertioa, t&00? for aa?srquent insertion. $1.00. ?literal discount noaie to yearly, half-yearly, and-] ^uterly advertiser*. Advertisements conspicuous ly tjlipj?)ed bf special agreement. v ?. ^ 3 I I Tl I ll I PROSPECTUS ?< FOB THE South Carolina Leader. A Weekly Journal of t&e Times. Tac LEADER will be devoted ta tfcc intered pt Free Labor and general reform. The Federal Government witt be sustained at ail ?ssards; and we hope tja**Jta ultimate posey toward* this SUte wUl.easire peace, prosperity, tad domes tic tranquility,. That self e...

Publication Title: South Carolina Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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