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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — South Carolina leader. — 25 November 1865

'V* THE LEADiit?. 1 Mw?wMas> wwww? N.-V. vA**?^*?*^??*.^**?********^' CHARLESTON, 8. <Vj Saturday. ^ov^Bfe aNeS^j IWH: ? mim Bait, faul Poin?on, -. It, Bntacit, of Ch.rh-.ton ; Wm. B. ?uh, , 4>toatbSa9 Dem? PtxUty, Dostou, Masa.j ?WV. A. J Tts LtADfct aaa he cbttrnetl rt the ?tom of T. W. Csrdoto, comer of Hrnrittu ami Kilt, b*tb Stttett ? Mi at Matta* * Denny, ******* St*?*, opposite Vht) Mile Ooavcmkosu Tnt colorad people of tb? State hate been fccldiag a Convention is thia cit*. Delegates hm been pr?tent from ell peru of the Sute. Resolution? of importance rmte^bten present, ed, and discussed with calmness and candor. It is the first Convention of toe hind ever as sembled ker P. and it would not he true to tay that itt business baa been transacted with that parliamentary precision which character mea deliberative assemblies ; but the speeches which have been made by the members upon the dif ferent resolutions, have alt bet u discreet, prac tical, and tempered with modera...

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

1 Sandbank Jot??i* ' Mu. EDITOR,-A rVw ti d'eu from the ?and* ol Brit** Head naay be ?cv-*p?able to SM? ot VOUJ revere. Y<m ai* avara ol the nature if rte .oil on whieh thu town k btflt. lt ls lcm? sand and nought dmPt~^ph*n^\)i$rn miL UM*** norn* ano! ?tt?r dr4*r their'weari? tome ?ondn through it from day io day. ?un day? not except^ abd lt in not ?trange thal many animals b?Mbv wind-htnkv ri aud mor? beanie b%uriij.: fc%>r> hl*? wir d play* in'ic with ihis free ?oil. quite inconvenient ? to th? deniaens. I: fills our eyes an?! 'ear?; it enter* u?ery crevice of our building** *?d ?rities dow? on clerk** desk*, meVifcautV counter, and th* kircht-a-table and ?helfe*. Still, quite a town hu? grown up during the past four years on fbi* sandy fouo??tiou. mo?! of toe building* h*vi?? been erected roc war bhrnose?, or buaiii.es* con? tutted with the war? and without auhitec'ural tx-?uty w arty Mew to^man?fttq?\. A"t"*t of wnit* ai*T '?eeu a dean and healthy ap ??tr?nce. Soute Of...

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

Many aieihafcJrn ~*m&**?**ii*t PrtBM Ball. Ha h* (t-a-gaod de?! of natural fca*f^??aaa^**ife*?^*^^ tf hf hUi?d?^,a?f *?ii^a??"acti?e io bia WT* i * W*tt$ ? , ' : . . - '4 the war of th? ?Uvototton, hf ?ni confidential friend of Gen, Washington, This circnmatanw ^a^e^^fiaua, Bait into fta|H$tl relatione with. the Commander-in* Chief. He had a great ?a^^ljS?i^if^p?^l^ Bing him, which he wai fond of relating. Ont of them confers a leaton which may not be without' nKMom'iit-te\pif^ time. Gen. Washington often held consol? af ions concerning military matters with Coi. Pickering HU bead quarters were at considerable distance from his friend's tept, and^pe evening, finding they were likely tn be occupied tiU a late hour, he pro- \ pened tn remain-ell night w?h the Colonel, pro*; 1 viced there w?3 a spare blanker ?nd straw, Primus was appealed to, and, being eager to o&i?e t?n Commander-in-Chief; stretched the truth by ?reply in g. ? plenty of straw and blaa~ plenty/* Two humble bed...

Publication Title: South Carolina Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South Carolina leader. — 9 December 1865

\ ALLEN COFFIN, Editor. First the blade, tlien the eat?, after that the full corn in the eaiW-Paul, FOUR DOLLARS PER ANNUM. Vol. I. SOUTH CAROLINA LEADER. PUBLISHED ON SATUBDAYS, WEEKLY, At 430 King Street, Charleston, S. C. BY T. HURLEY & CO.. Subscription Price -.-Four Dollar? a > fcar,inva r:abi;< in advance. Bates of Advertising:: For one Square of Ten Lines, one insertion, $2 00; preach subsequent insertion.SL00. A liberal discount male to yearly, lialf yearly. md - irterlv advertiser1*. Advertisements conspicuous ly displaced bf special agreement. PKQSPECTl'^ FOR THE South Carolina Leader. A Weekly Journal of the Times. ?..;K LEADER will be devoted 'o thc interest of . Lahor and general reform. rh? Federal Government will Le sustained at ?ll ami we hope that irs ulpfrtHt*- policy to yards . ?:.?-p will ensure peace, prosperity, and (tomes tranquility. ?.hat self evident truth, contained in the Dfdara 5 of Independence, c*That all ui*-n arr created wiii he steadfast J...

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. — 9 December 1865

THE LEADER^ CHARLESTON, S. C.f Saturday, Dec. 9, 1865. AcTHOWZiD AGENTS : William Dart, Patti Poinsett, Samnel L. Bennett, of Charleston ; Wm. B. Nash, Columbia; Dean Dudley, Boston, Mass.; Kev. A Waddle, Savannah ; A. G. Baxter, Georgetown. THE LEADER can he obtained at the stores of T. W. Cardozo, corner of Henrietta and Elizabeth Streets . and at Simons & Denny, Market Street, opposite An non. Opening of Congress. The Congress of the United States commenced its business on Monday, Dec, 3, and the Presi dent has read his message to both houses. Mr. Colfax has been re-elected Speaker cf the House by a large majority". In the Senate Mr. Sumner introduced a se ries of bills in reference to establishing a repub lican form of government in the District of Columbia, and guaranteeing the same to the States lately in rebellion ; to enforce the Con stitutional amendment forever prohibiting sla very j to regulate commerce between the States; and to instruct the Secretary of the Treasury...

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. — 9 December 1865

Special Items Gov. Hahn from Louisiana, represents that the reconstructed rebtgs in that State are acting very badly. In one parish, they met ir?onven tion and re-established slavery by for?l enact ment and resolutions. Sm Last week, one of the civil cour* >^?enced a negro to be whipped under the old 7s -ginia code. General Augur promptly annulled the sentence. A colored man in Cincinnati has recovered a verdict of $300 against a street railway company for the act of a conductor in unlawfully putting him out of a car. The 107th Kentucky Colored Regiment, now guarding the fortifications about Washington, were paid off last week. Up to this date $6,000 has been deposited in the National Freedmen's Savings Bank, by the men of seven companies. A cargo of Africans' was recently landed in Cuba, on the northwestern part of the island the number of victims being variously stated at from one hundred to eight Hundred. The au. thorities were blind to the transaction. Su'cli events have been...

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. — 9 December 1865

THE ULTIMATUM. Ko friend to the country can doubt what this should be, when the reconstructed States shall apply for the admission of their delegates into -pongress. Though these States may have done every thing to make their constitutions repub lican in form, except to secure the enfranchise ment of the black citizens of the United States, they will yet lack the vitality necessary for lite in the restored Union. ' Negro manhood enfranchisement now is the Obvious ultimatum of Congress to the seceded States. Not only does justice to the negro cit izens of the Republic demand the enforcement cf this ultimatum, but the safety and security ?f the white citizens of the Union, hereafter, Imperatively require it. Not only is it called for by the dictates of humanity and the neces sities of the nation, asa measure of right, bu? the VOICE OP THE LOED GOD walking through the land summons Congress in unmistakable tones to enfranchise HIS black outcasts while it has the power to do so. The Pres...

Publication Title: South Carolina Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South Carolina leader. — 9 December 1865

VOLUME XXIII T-r . : j < r ; - COLUMBI A. 8. a SATURDAY FEBRUARY 12 1921 NUMBER 13 M'H CAROLINA LllA??R.: PUBLISHED ON SATURDAYS. u t i:ki.y. At <130 King Street, Charleston, S. C. ttv T. 1 11 j ?M ,K V c<i CO.. Sulisoripttrin I'rjtio:--Koiir Oollnts n letir, hivn ihh mi ivi*illC>\ I Hhtos ot" Advertising! Fut rule f?uu;?r?* itf Toji 1.1111",, on." insertion, $.'oo. ' ! i. tl sflhsi'u.'l. i.i i ii-or t ion. $1.'(.. a liberal ,!i-. il,ml in.; li K. yearly; half yearly, .ni l ;a irterly .i.i. < - i-er?. .\.|vort(>onioilti? cflii$i>icU0Ut< 1 IMvM >S1M?Y< !TUB imp. i in: South Carolina Loader. j_:_ I j.,- ii A Weekly Journal of tito Timo?. Titi: I i:At'i.t! will In (iev?tial i,c ilio litterest ot ' l-'reO l.,i!> >! ami '.'i iK tal ri'frtriil. I lui tal Hovel mit?ni will l,o Ml-; oil. 'l al rill il - ni I wo lui||,' lii.it its nil ,mile polioy towar.li i.i- St ,-. Will . nsiiio p?lli o, l)iu;l),-iat;., Miit (Kilties lie tram-ui:ityJ 'l!i\t - If t i hai...

Publication Title: South Carolina Leader
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — South Carolina leader. — 9 December 1865

TI I V 1 hi VI )l?l/V? Tho Piosido??tH Mosso go ! '.. . ........ Pieshhmt Jnhns?i? has sctii liti l'usi inossic,?I OHARLE8TON1 S< C, v '.' > ? ss. ti i?? n hihgtl y document, ini! hot ,_. . ?. ,. ,.-./? 1- liinsteilv. l'ite stinri innov ni die Oenornl 0<?v unl'iv, IJeo. 9, V?0? >i 1 . , ., ?_ l' iutntht 1* foieioly mm lotttt, His i?lil,doohiin\ a i" v ** *? 1 *> .ttAs-tj't siiltltun ivitt, i'md Polm-clt, >' ?? "" < ' ' takolinek schis" in ilio io ? ;-. ,- I. v- ?!. :!. ?f O?i-ii!> stoii ; Win. jt. Sauli,1 org?tiiratioii Of the rebellious Stati? is plainly i; !:iV : . . I'Onii 1 l'I!.;), Cosili", >!,.,:;.. is, v. A vistbie> He jus?iii?s the esiahll-hllient nf niili. s*V? ! - iMiiin.-'ii. A. ti. lit.Mi r G? .-ii;, towii. jv ,.?v. ,??., ,, ,;? , ,ut, ?f tj?. iilsutr'eeti >nary I'll I l.v st t r. ? ti I I t.?in- ,1 . I tl.. Mine* T. W. I states. All nets of sicc-dm, won; null an,I Ciu.lero. oot ia-r Of Ib'in i, llii iiii-l I I'rsilt ili stie-ts . i ., .,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — South Carolina leader. — 9 December 1865

Special *tems. '< ' Haiiti iVoiri ?*>M,*'''"?t represents ihat ih? icconstnii :- <t , ?'s 111 ll, lt None uro aotinK very Vi.i v l i i?o piii'Uli. they inei i'i eoiiveii. timi ntiil ro ,,>! ' ' 'vii slavery !,y form til ont?ct* meni itntl r,"m:i"n' ?,:i<t ? .? ?. ono of the civil cmnu .sttitctioctl >> ! m\:ro (> '?; whipped ntiiler lite olii Virginia node (J?iieH Aiiy'lir promptly aiiiuilieil ilio .s iiibiice, > O?Kmv I lit tit iti CNin?ititi iti hits ic?overcri <\ v. th a i\f $.>il I tinit n sireOt i .i?Ium v eoinp?iiv l'or tlt? tua of a orni, Ine tor in unlawfully pn itini' '. liitti ?it't of ti ?nr'. Tli? ii??tlt K?iiinojkv Colored l^ginieii? now Ritanlitii* the tornii iti,.:;, al??Jt ' Washing.,., Vverf pi-.l iitl l tM week Up (<i tin* ,|.,u. $0 000 hits K on .1 -p ott,.,i j? ,|,c KrfcJiiinii', Savings Hunk, by ilic Inv?i iif seven oniiipatiies. A c.Vrg.i of Afuc.m- ?a* reeeni?v l?h.le.i m Cnb.i. on tli- n.iftliw.steni ,?m of i'iie ?slaii,?-i ...

Publication Title: South Carolina Leader
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — South Carolina leader. — 9 December 1865

IK [.iv\i)i:i{. r I ''I M ATI1 ?M ; I It pnuuA. In ail tin is'?i.l?i I h?tv? tuuij booh ?i< M ! bi sili iti O'.ilt i kivUs I !<ir,j it' S?iiiiiii. 'I'liyliiii Carlvje, Tnu..--or. I '? Stioiteor. iti?ii iihtiiy ? ?obli- ninne besi? Sv ,::' ' 'l ' "''' :!?;''i0,i::l,li',"!1,1" Unii, biothv?ho.d i.> ?lini to-ni.) thai I ' :i '..v 'td }?!!it ? -' 'I' I - mt TV . Ut?t 1 L'i fx- 1 ? \ " . - . ,? jU.'?,\V?WM- VOI: . ' ' .Ubo, V ' ' ' "' ! "^ ' ' ' *" " ' 'in. few s-ncri lift s 1 t?ltiti ixiii'l ?ilIV ttj??to! V?il?* <-;i ii of ibi :r '..<:::?! > ?*-o . i i " ,' ? i . r ' I or'.lutri loM1 tlu .? r ti.im?v n>i4li f-fiJtilt ?ili i li Ho iwm inivo ioni . C ,, iff . any isii it stI lit J\-... ii I ?T . ', ' ' 'iv.iriV btjur ?li.iti iity ?U.y?tV) rvliitu. ?;?:> h$Y iVtJ,' ji>'i?^? !? ?> vm-:l? >j? ? At-.<;? ??. ?. "\;vi'V; ! ' ' \? '"' ; " i.n-1-? tin. >..>?.; ?: .!.! i- .it'.:?,' * ' -,u~' '':' lie Mt,i it\ tu ci s.-ai v fi-i lite 1 , . , , . ? |,.,i!,i...

Publication Title: South Carolina Leader
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South Carolina leader. — 16 December 1865

AUEN COFFIN, Editor. " t First the blade, tHen ;tlie ea,r, ?ft?r *h?t the full corn in.-..the ?ai\"-~Pati?. . f3?3 5 T. Kr e>3 !....' F01?E DOLLARS PER Vol. I: CHABLESTO??, SATURDAY BECEMB?H ?6f3358^ UravAint? III SOUTH SOOTH CAROLINA LEADER, PUBLISHED/OH; S?9^BBAT-S/, T. H?ELEY. & CO* Subscription Price :-Four Dollars a 3far, Inva riably in :..dvanc^. ^ rt ,A .. - 3 .. . Bates of Advertising: For one Square of Ten Lines, one insertion, $200; for each subsequent iosertioo, $1.00. ? liberal discount nia^c. to .yearly, half yearly, and quarterly a?r&ers ; A&erM>?eju conspicuously displayed by special agreement. POETRY. A RHYME F*>K THE PEOPLE* ^ CTTK a man his FRKETJO?, - .'? And tl.cn withhold Iiis RIGHTS ! T Ti.at*? a kin?! ot' Liberty Tuat wouldn't ?io for ty bites. ?"T > wc.I enough for Niters," Tl e si ame ess 'oiric reads : . _.\ow out upoii such sophistries, Mich anti-human creeds? rV.TUS-For Ys hlac't hand and white-hand Anti God made hoth-r . - . And t...

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. — 16 December 1865

THE LEADER^ CHARLESTON S. C., Saturday, Deo 16th, i860. Amroiuxxx) AGEXTS : William Dirt, Pwd Pohwett, Samuel L. Bennett* of Charleston ; Wa-. B. Hath, Coi amble s Dean Dudley, ?oston, Min.; Ker. A Waddle, Savannah ; A. G. Ba*f*r,tfcs>rgetown. THE LEA DEX ?rn be obtened at the ?tore? of T. W. Cerdoso, ?orner of Ilenrfett? ?nd Elizabeth Streets ; and at Simons & Denny, fearket Street, opposite An son. loyalty and the Planter?. Hie scntimentTof the Southern people is not difficult to understand, although the spirit of the gouthrm rrT?hard__to faihom*. JBrfi-j&ome .ti?e*r*apyin the jame paper two jmiclea as different in tone as ca*-well be imagined. One trill contend that tre are all for the Union that wc never rebelled against the General Gov ernment* it was only the administration (a dis tinction without a difference) ; and the other will piai?ty assert that we are a separate peo ple, and mus* encourage the establishment of institutions peculiarly Southern. And, if no thin...

Publication Title: South Carolina Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — South Carolina leader. — 16 December 1865

Special Items. i colored population of Fairfax Cfoun "fl* 10 . ;? 3 OOO, all of whom are seU-sup P?rtin5' - .toeing consented, the House reso Tbe &-?tj?* a committee to- sit-in Charles jti?ipnf^d tothe Freedmen's Bureau was ion ?jj* fTre was a large meeting of freedmen at ir Hamilton, near Foi tress Monroe, Tuesday Gen. Miles and Major De Costa coun eZ i^lustry and self-reliance. Dr J. W. C. Pennington had an adopted native of Hartford, who enlisted in the20th J% 'P Hnd through his good character and \ rose to the position of hospital steward %ch he filled very acceptably. Rum-* no* sa?s that ^om Clarke, late of the ,ri??sred Herald, instead of making "negro hoes" ? Winsiead is going South this winter to see ne -roes hoe. The Colorado returns insure the election of #jmn for Governor and Chillicott for Con? ?i. WISTE* DAVIS.- This gentleman, of the vate of M ur y land has written a very positive "t:er in favor ot admitting the freedmen of the south to the suffrage. He denounces t...

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. — 16 December 1865

To MASS GOOD CITIZENS, or FRBEDJCBX. Fort* ?ear^ago the late Lord Macauley said, .'?h?re is cmlv one ettie for the Vvri^Vnich newly acquired freedom pi?dut?* and that is Jfrecdvmi When a f>riioner kiwi -ta tell ne cannot bqrT the light of day ? he is unable to discriminate colors or to.^recog nize fuces. But the remedy i? not to re mand hito to bia dungeon, but-tb tccus tom him to the rays of the sun. The blaze of tiuth and liberty may at ''first dazzle Shti be wilder rations which bare becotnehalf b?ind in thc house of bondage. Bul Itt them gaze on, and they will toon be able to bear ft. Many politicians of our time are in the habit of lay ing it flown as a self-evident proposition, that no people ought tb be free until they axe. fit fa fcfcte their freedom. The maxim ig; worthy of the fool in the old story, who had resolved not to go into thc water until he had learned how to swisal If men are to wait for liberty until the.y become wise and good in slavery, they may indeed wait...

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. — 23 December 1865

AIXEK COFFIN, Editar. ?< First the blade, then the ear, after that the full cx>rn in. the ear."-Paul. FO?FR D0I?AES ME Vol. I. CHAJRLESTO?-T, S?TTJEDAY, [DECEMBER 23, 1865 2ST?. UU PUBLISHED ON SATURDAYS, BT T. HUR JL. JE Y & CO: Subscription Price:-Four Dollars a year, lava riablj in advance. Bates of Advertising: For one Square of Ten Lines, one insertion; $2.00; for each subsequent insertion, $1.00. A liberal discount made to yearly, half-yearly-, and quarterly advertisers. Advertisements conspicuously displayed bj special agreement. PROSPECTUS FOR THE South Carolina Leader. A Weekly Journal of the Times? Tat LEADER will be devoted to the interest of fr? Labor and general reform. * Thc Federal Government will be sustained at all hauHU and we hope that its ultimate policy towards this Suo will ensure peace, prosperity, and domes tic tranquility. That self evident truth, contained in the Declara tion of Independence, "That all men are created tqua.'," will be steadfastly ...

Publication Title: South Carolina Leader
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — South Carolina leader. — 23 December 1865

well-known face of wy John Smith. Eureka ?M cried ?. Allow me to inquire your wife was Melinda? the eldest daughter of my father's great uncle ? She wa?," said hc.jgrasping my hand ; "and t ara delighted to see you. Bu?, confound it, you needn't ha va come at a Ml ow so ? " #ut I must cut my story short. He took me home with him, and I had a good ?Ult, I saw fielinda to my heart's content. Kay, more, I mer, and wa* properly introduced te Hattie Smith, and-w?U. I am having a new auit of clothe* n ade, and in due time they will ba married, myself in tbtm, and the young lady just alluded to. ~TBE LEADER.^ CHARLESTON, S.C.t Saturday. Dec? 24, 1865., lcTaoiozi? ASEXTS: william Dart, Paul Foinsett tasaos. L. Bennett, of (bari*?toa; Wm. B. 5a*b, .alombUi D?an Dttdky, iostou, V?a?*.; Ker. A YTUdW, Pattnuab i A. G. Baxter. Georgetown. THK L*ADta ea? be obtained at ibe store? of T. W. Cardo??, earner of Henrietta and Elizabeth Street* ; ani at Slaaoni & Deau>? Mark? t Street, opposite ...

Publication Title: South Carolina Leader
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — South Carolina leader. — 23 December 1865

ii TfrW the Sew South ] SLRSAU R F A- k T0VHs*i/. S C., Dec. H. 1863. , ??Lf? Carotina Lender: K roar paper of the 9th inst:, (hy tho [ first copv I believe that I have ^i*subscribing several weeks ago.) in -.?-?tion v -- . the Bureau in rbis Department, i read ^severe reflection : ; at Hilton Head w 3 induced to a of cotton tor ten dollar?, winch ww '^'?o: ibm--five dollars. It is painlu.1 to ?f-hose who have anthority- to prevent S^a* transactions pm fortli no efforts ?tc the evil? , %rge i* unwarrantably ungenerous, ho? ^r;ter either did or did not ?no? what j: W.HS either true or false ' ?di-known fact to every person in my ^ I have been active in the discharge ?*?d duties-puting forth every effort Sta protect the freedmen In all their f Through my aid and assistance an . under the auspices of tl e Bureau Head [ Charleston, iv C., has been established V? En? St. Helena.-but five miles dis L. ?j,e reception and sale ot the cotton of jovn. md ;i ?m * stablished at Dray ton's nborb...

Publication Title: South Carolina Leader
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — South Carolina leader. — 23 December 1865

THE LEADER. AN INFIDEL'S COIiVEBSION. ftev. James 0. Andrew, in a letter many ? years ago to the late Bishop McKendree, "gives the following account of an infidel's conversion. It may inspire new faith in some pious mother, who hts been praying for many years for the conversion of her children; Mr. Howard had been an in?Tdel about twen ty year?, during which he seldom attended the H??sa of God, insomuch that he observed to me after his conversion, that he had heard but threa sermons in' six years. -The world had been the sole object of his pursuit, and ha had succeeded in amassing a considera ble quantity of its wealth. He was in this situation in the beginning of 1817. ' Jie possessed among a cumber of other slaves one named Peter, who usually attended to his cattle, e#d in whom he reposed considerable ci>nM*nce. Peter had been for many years a * faithful member of th? Methodist church. Some .tima in the early part of the above-named year Peter died. When he saw the corpse Mr Ho...

Publication Title: South Carolina Leader
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South Carolina leader. — 6 January 1866

? _ '.?^rri 1 \ ' . i in ~. III i I ll m. m mm mm ?? il ll i)JBail^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^_ | . _,_ ALLEN COFFIN, Editor. " Kii-.^i tho l>l;u.e, l;hon thu (j nv, nlof 1.1 uU 1.1 ic; lull co IM J ?II tho e.-nv'-Paul. FOUR DOLLARS PER ANNUM. "Vol- T. ( M l A RL lsSTO >T, S^TXJKpA.Y, JANUARY ( >, LtSGG. X~<>. I i-. SOUTH CAROLINA LEADER! PUBLISHED ON SATURDAYS. Al 430 K ing-sirool, Ch ii float o ti, S.C.? T. JU KI A\Y cv < ( ). Subscription I'rico:-Pour Iiollursu xor, iii vu ciably in advance. Untos of Aitvertisiii?: Por uno S.|iiiirc of Ton J.mos. tino insertion, ? J 00? tor caril sub-, .piont lox ll i nu, ! .no. A liberal diseouiil hindi' tn yearly, ba If yearly, ami 0,1111 rt-Hy advert inn s. Adi. rt i M men? ron-pniu t; sly il in piny cd hy special 110,1 renient. j?in LSI M ;< "rt LS Pt ?it un; South Carolina Leader. A Weekly Journal of tho Tunes. Tile 1.1.Alni: will le:., i i i"' lo Iii- I n tc re.-1 of 1'ree Labor anil 'n,"IV'1"' ',V.m..U?n,-(* of la. ...

Publication Title: South Carolina Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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