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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston advocate. — 23 March 1867

$ a mi hi h?vei?. ) Voi l V i li;? i l Voi t y ? loo.s. j 1 nv \ i idi ? Aia. ' Tho -!>'".'.> 'f \> < iti'S il plain hfoto :i !; 0> Ami In- i- a sioildy spitli?oi : To solo liei, ipiiel its :i liltn?.-"*' Oohig about hor Is?lver Ionise. ? oil would never, iievor. noVi rgims> I The wax shogyb lier lUiitii'r! She look- a- il' no llioiigdil "l'ili In ali hor l'Ho Inni -lirn -I In : ; Jhil \Vhilo -lio mo\ t - vi II!) earofui 11 o:ul. ( Ami while slio -pin- Ina- silkeii ll?icnd. She i- planning, pkm aia planning ? liti ; The w a\ lo ile -omo murder ! Mv child, who read- ilo- simple: lay Will) ej e- it-dropl and li mli r. JhimeudjoYtlH* ohi pfovi idi n\\ - Thai prolix i- \vhioll piciiy 'lo- -. Ami thai violili >1>>'- noi noi sta} l'or p?voi iv ti";- splendor. 'Tis noi th hoii-e. ami noi lliO ? 11 v - - Thai liiaKo tho -aim or .-'mm i : 'lo siti? (ho iphlor -it and -pin. Slllit ? ilh ho? v.. h.s o|' sii voi' in. j Voli xxollhl IIOVOI', In VOI", le X.TgiloS d'ho x...

Publication Title: Charleston Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston advocate. — 6 April 1867

VOL. 2. NO. II. \s YO would t li.il men sh<ul<| <lo milo you do yt; uvcii so to them.*' CHAH i J 10 H TON. S. C., SATU H DA V, O OTOH KU 1 0, i,S<iS. wuor,K NO:m ?hc ha vie:, ton 3\ cl?vocatc, OnA?LKST?N, v. 0., APRIL 6, Ii;e7. A. webster, tiditov. u. f. Randolph, ^ Assooihto t. w. lewis, s Editors. A liid.icidi's ani? ?nTi'j.AU IVu'i'.u. rrmi-ini? w I ? i\I \ \i Ni?., I--- Mi i i r? ; i ni r. r, mai; i ' \ i 11< >i s l'.V il. .u pi.i: Mnok?Ki TKI.Ms i'?K SI lisi iil i' l li ?N 'i'liroj?' Dollars :i YOtir: payable ?li iidvaiii ih Sjx Mondi-.17'. 'il ini- Mont il*.?.Tu. l? A i i;.s ini; r.i: i isi \... IV Ali htnrs lo ihi / ;./a- , / (?'.-'' iislier, stomi,/ l? ili* /, / io < 'non, s? ,,, j J7r ... .</. . j.oi k-Uo.x ?iMij": Uclrh sioii. s. ('.. : ! Ailvi'idsinnV'iiis Will li?; in-? li'*! :ii i!!< rjiio \>f m:\i.n i v-i i\i ti ni- per sijiian?; ilo SP?ti'0 ni" U n lini - ni 111 v\ I \ | r r.- : 'r , . n M|iiarc. l.hngl'r a. I\. : t i-. ni? :.' - In hej s...

Publication Title: Charleston Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston advocate. — 6 April 1867

i?tli ?\?v Inv?i' 1 ; (if I heh lat? liinslofs'o' I ask lliat MtisshOhusils may bti-dai.'l the mole position slid has occupied fot' (lie lri>. few voav-. 1 u-k you to rejci t Ibis itutonduieiit. an i b\ so dd'um say io Ilio people (>f (ho c?nniry, say to IhO wot'ldi, that the promises made hy da' govern ItlOltt of 1 ho 1 li it ed Stale- lo ila- bhiolvS when tlmv wont into tini lie... sh?tU l'i- re deemed ; tiiat voti boljeve ilio ! hmh-of (his coihiiid Imvc ubb?y vindicated (heiy manhood aii 1 their i> '.Iti lo b? lo : niid that the people of M as achii < : t . aie lih w?lliug (u siiliniii lo ?t?P. 'thing hot. timi which "iv< - c?niph'h j'.'.'-! ice ti? oVdr.\ man in the l li hod Slbh ; >.!" Aio :ha." Lien. t-Mtdvh'^ i? the I'V?'c.h? 1:1 As the [pi. h-Ki ; pi?- m. ?h 'fu - diiy pigli t ol i i i ..' h, paid ih d- iespia,i to Cenerai Siv -. ?. . ; "!. ; ! in the foliovving sj?eccli,'.vSiiili a? idi ; :: !? ro.-l \o our mimer?:.- rea a rs io i'.:! '.Mil p?r toitis bf ...

Publication Title: Charleston Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston advocate. — 6 April 1867

I l'ir/' Lot dui' odierni-- roiueuib?r Unii till loiiois lo lite lidi tors, Printers of IHib lishor should ho plainly dire?t?d iti "1 .boi? ilox Noi. 1 Oli ( uiu'lesi?u. S. ( '." Km; \ i a?'I'lio bxlruol upon which wo commented in an bthor c?lti in, w'us taken iVpin tin1 'l'ina a insto?d bf ilio .V< ?'s published at Orniigobiirg;, S. C. Tin- (i,ili-m,ili hhs salbh relilt'liOii from Africa, tind w ill lesive ibis pori again with chiigrtints fot' Hint bbuiiln about ilio ihsi of .May. inCharleston, April Itlt b\ llov; A. VVobs. lot*. Mi'. (?abrit'l Pi'Owit alai Mi-- Adeline Nott. hotii of tills 1 it> . Apiil (lh bv the saino, Mr. Isaiah ?ieil iirdsnti, and Mi-- Shtiy .lane '*riiyloh. April lib lo iln' -am.'. Mr. William < idil liig, ami Mis- l.oldsfil lit ? :-. all "I t hatle toit. In Chaiioslon. tb?- 2d'insti.'h\ lbv.T. t hippertlcitl. Mr, ( bai 1. - I >. !....-.. and Mis Maig?ieti Mr'l all. both . 1 11.i- ? ,1 v. Iloii<i<pt:irt rs Second Militari Pistii?i, i , N on ...

Publication Title: Charleston Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston advocate. — 6 April 1867

v ). I'm il y.o?cl Oki 1 ?i! AS mom M OoXI'FSSlOX of AS i X-OONFKU KK.v ii.. 0. I'm ;.l good old rehel, Uiut'sjusi what 1 aiu. lor llii- - l'ai: Lami ut' l-Y?edoiii.*' J (j? not caie a ?I il. l'in l; !.? I l\ li I a : in il. ,1 (ini) il isll V? i'M Won: 1 ilou'l v\ani tuiy |tarihui For anyi liii.iy I've iloho. I hai? - Un' t'?iistitiitloii. Tills girai 1 : * i 111 > I ? ? -. loo, ,1 htlti'S 111 ? - l'rce.lnian'- Itili'o, ju unit'orui- of I? 1 !i< : 1 luites tilt1 na-ty eagle, NN itti all hi- In'ag a: 'I In--. 'l'In, lying, Ihioviug \ siiikOi -. I li.il>' '.'in w li-- a:.'I \vtns. ' .1 liati - lli>' \ tliikcc nation. Ami bvoix tiling i liei ilo. I liaUv ili.' ? 'i . ?.u lii'mn ! jjjjt luuV|"'ll'l''!n'<\ l. - JL halo- 11 ii- u'mi idlis l idoli, "l'i.- dripping w iih uni olo?d I liatc- tinti -I i i|ici| Intuui'i. I lit it till 1 Could, i I followed iiU? mass' libiti rt. I'mir year-, or n'irli abolii, i(Jot m ouiiildii ili iiiii'r pia-a -. Alni Starved at Pint I aioUoill ...

Publication Title: Charleston Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston advocate. — 20 April 1867

VOL. 2. NO. II. \s YO would t li.il men sh<ul<| <lo milo you do yt; uvcii so to them.*' CHAH i J 10 H TON. S. C., SATU H DA V, O OTOH KU 1 0, i,S<iS. wuor,K NO:m 'ihe tfh.nvlc.iv.iou ^(Ivocivlf, CHARLESTON, S. 0., ?PjRLL ?x), 1867. A. WEBSTER, B. F. RANDOLPH, T. \V. LEWIS. A KIM.?KM ? >.Xl> j.ii-r.ilAU? r.M i.n. PciW.lSHKO \VI.I:K?A Al NO.. 1SS Mi l I INC s riti i r, M A IC (wi HOI s . nv il ll'L'C.il MI.M'.KV: i'Kl?SlS ? 'K M r.x Li il.' : Three Dolhus a Year: payable ii) advance, j Si-\ M out lin. . . . I ... three Months.I-"1'- \ ?&' Alt ktfirs lo (ki Kilitprs pr i?u.b~\ iislu :\ should /?c iin>'<.'>?(. d to ^C'fuu'l?slon Advoc?te. I.OCK-HOX lO'J." (.'loulo>t.>n. S. C.. li.\ I r.s rmi AliVKll HMM.. Advcrli-cnn -nt - will he Inserted ut thc rilli'I nf SI:V!:MY-I IM: ?IM? pm- -quii're. TluS space often lines of lii-cvicr tVp.istitiiti'S a Mpiarc. Longer advCrti-ciiienls iii Uli saine proportion. I'm standing ?idvei?jsc. iiicni ol' eight week* ??...

Publication Title: Charleston Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston advocate. — 20 April 1867

linste to tu incepted :is leaders. Thox push their pretensions instead ofoulinly leaving Prox idciie?. to luke care of their j claim- and dm .. If assumption and <ua ouhir-bines and p'ht^jiitljou manners v.ill secure this end; they are employed, lt' these fail tiley are ready !?. adopt UtorV decisive measures-and, lienee. revolu tion attd war. They eau -wallow a hit ter oh'li if (Ind is ludispeustthie : I hey eau sneer J', it xvhen the;. . .?? in danger Ol'hoing sn.; p oded of ino11esi,\ aird hu mility. Tltex i?a:i pul <MI tlie digiii?N ol' an awful, -nilen ina?i'oth in i then ad dress themselves t.. the lindon*' ??!' wpututed pr; le ?iiid spasmodic indigna tiou. And thron, h Ha se varied pl'f lbrniNiio .- -.!.:.-. [i tlie whijl? - ..gili'1 of expedient . - :!V un th.1 mb - din to tlie pitiable --fro! i lite 1e r., lo Ute harle quin- I hey ave !?.-nt .ni oho ihi.i r, niel lindi- social ....1 p >r.:?eal -1-.prone?cv . Thc'one imsii riv tide rob uni tiiieliahgpd purpose nu - ...

Publication Title: Charleston Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston advocate. — 20 April 1867

Oru Siw i HOI.ms.. Kuir.Nbs.-The j Jtforth Missouri Coard'? ninkcs tho lol lowing pertinent continent oh the present attitude of tho lluinptoh's, On'-, and others, towards tho negro: "in 11 io political market, South, tin*negro is ioal 1\ commanding high hids I'rohi polit ici* nus. - Whore Once it was thc fashion to knock :v negro down, it' lie presumed to walk upon tile side-walk whore los inas ter liaiightily trod, we lind that the once autocrat ol'the plantation, now takes oil: /tia hat to thc former Chattel, prepinato rv to coaxing hint tor his vote. "Uni these tuieieht white rebels ?ire ploying a deep game. They intend to throw political sugar-phiihs to tho ne groes and thereby try to ride into pol?. itk'al pOwor on their voles, wall, into Congress aiid lhere secure recognition ; and then having obtained this, their States, as Stales, w ill puss laws Covering disabilities to Ito attributed to thc negro to furnish un excuse tor depriving him of suffrage. "The Soulhern Stnles cfh...

Publication Title: Charleston Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston advocate. — 20 April 1867

Two Mule Pair of Boots. Two Ht (li.' pairs, ul I ? ? > ? ? i s. to-ni-lu Ul'foiO tllv lil :. itl'0 ill vii'.;; Two little I ?a i i's of tirol too1 hi a muidlo bod aro lylo.: : 'l lio track, limy loft upon thy Moor Hake inc lo- I HUI li Uko sighing. J il* SO Ililli' tlOOlS Willi i opp,.I (oe, ' TllOy i un lilt' lil ,'l oi;; ? ! . \ ! Ami hit lino - I iiiiui'si .\ :-h 'I'liat tin y w on mi".--- aw : bo liri.il aai 1 ! . (n ar so ol! Theil' heavy i rump a: pi av . I'tiov Walk1 about (Iii how ploughed erdiuuj W lu i o iiii*it in pion! \ lies. Tl IO i foll 1; no iii marble- I a. I. And hake I' info p- - : And thi n a' ni', hi itpoii dlo tl., i In livery shape i; drio-b I-Or in th" Hunk, np sing'-. I've laid 'I'wai ?'pe Us ol' u im.- an.I lillie ; ll ejilh d to pm ii. .so i.aw;;ij. O Hod. iv h il shojild 1 db7 I mourn ilia' th? ry is ii"! lo-pi ' . ' Th oo pair- hi.sjoiid df l >? ". 1 mourn he ;nti?< I thought h >w moo My heighnbr. ..? ..<.--the way " ( 'oiild koop hoi1 car...

Publication Title: Charleston Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston advocate. — 20 April 1867

?. : g I % \ ? . \ " ?_ j S 3RD wcmld that ineu"??il?d ?o|^you, do vooven S^QJ?K^. , r ihe DMwWiVlon ^tivoiMvtc. I:,r:,,irlv-i,,n- N-v-- ir ?.... Hft-ty 4 *4 Ojiio will >1;?K,. oUl tin- o!,;,,c,?,,n-. \v??r<| p, .' : L" ?' ? 11 * ? ii? !. ? ol tl: . m ora I bi ; . |,(, . '?? "i.Uvf iiul?h ,,r i?.,. 11, .i 111 Hud .Mr. Lin- I.,. A. WlSlttiTKK, KOiior. ?. 'in -mi.i timi lie would. t?'?.sili?m jw ,j,? IL ?<\ IRAN DOTYTl?, > Associa io \ .: -t : ?/. iim -lawry, oil! > ,i,., lim' -i:!\? iy whso,dv. t?? u- ,;..>.: 1-..v. mi T \V IJJAVIS. > WditOl'S. ... ,!, 1 ??'! i. im> l mon c..aid nol ?.?tkcrv ?se Lo : """* " (/.:?.oiw-i. AljioLihifj kiiiU i.Iial Net tn- ' A Km.imot h ANO Lui.n.vuv LAC?::. .Vin sialciincil; AiViloiv. ilmU'ditors said j run.tsitr.n WIKKH AI NO.. IV? Mht'.i i.ltiiinji thc wai- ?siiow r<To?tte?l t<> f?.'rlil\ Ai ix?, sim :-.T. Ni: \? rx, l.ttot N. . ii iv.-.- Southern c.? ?il Umen iii Hie ??iii , nv ti??l:?- 01' lii.'ir !.;> .daws. Tim ...

Publication Title: Charleston Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston advocate. — 20 April 1867

ItiilAl?1 J"'.''.". '.".T"m'""m .haste io l?c accepted ?s leaders. '?4lioy push tlietr pretensions instead of calmly leav ing Prov Uh ?iee t?> take rare ol' their chums iuld ?lars, ll assumption nial ora Ular tones and plantation manner- will s?oinv this end. they are employed, ll these fr.jl tin., ure ready th it iopt iiior? l\eiftv\<Vb ll) a-m?e-- -and. heure, tew?n t ida a tal ivar; They can swaltoyi a hit' (cr oalli it' that ts Indispensable! thev ran tjtn'er itt it when tho\ arr in danger of heing stispOetod Of Uiodosti and lid Utility, The\ i aa pill oii the dignilv "i un au lui. sullen inaction, arni ilion ad dress themselves io the rhetoric ol .Wounded pride and spasmodic indigna tion. A nd through all these varied per formalices whi?.h sweep the wh '>. .- ale ,of c\pedi?.i:i-> --..V on the hp-jjestie io the pitiable . from tho In to to the liarlo quin-.--lhcy are hoi;! on one thing, ami that is social 'did political supremacy, Thc one iiiisnrieicteied uni uuehai...

Publication Title: Charleston Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston advocate. — 20 April 1867

thu HLvvi'libblUNU Ihn i M?>. -Thc j Xorth Missouri Courin- luanes Hi?' fol lowing pertinent cOni'ntent un the pr?sent txttitvulo of tho llninploh's, jOrr's, ?ml others, towards thc negro: "In tho political market, South, thc negro i> leah , ly commanding high bids from politici ans.-Where*once il was tho' fashion io knock a negro down, if he pr?sum?e" th walk upon thc side-walk when' his mas ter haughtily trod, we hud that the once autocrat of the plantation, now takes oil Ids hat lo thc former chattel, preparat?- ; rv to coaxing him for his vote. "Put these ancient white rebels! arr pissing a deep gaum. 'l iny intend lo throw political sugar-plums to th,' ne groes and thereby try lo ride into pol itical power on their votes, walk into Congress and liiere secure r?cognition* and then having obtained this, their j States, as States, will pass laws covering ? disabilities to tie attributed to tilt- negro to furnish an excuse for depriving him. of sullVage. "'l'hi' Southern Stat...

Publication Title: Charleston Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston advocate. — 20 April 1867

i;?mihi i!.ive 1 e. Gi T\V? t?Uw l'air O? ?t?i>ls, Tw,. '?:;:Jo p;ti?*> ?d' bo -e.-\ (?-nlght lhvt'.?i e : he Aro aro dix ??is;' l'w o Mule v.-'!- bl I ired l.cc? Ill a itiutdlo I' "t aro lyb? . : 'l'iio nark, ihey left lipon i! . . >V M?d\V nit fool hinch li'.vii >i ?liii'ig; j |yc\s? |?:i! . x\ ??!, , '.pper i,,H ' :j;li?\V i na IM ? li\ ol iii". ilb\ ! Ami ..fl time. J ahm? - wbh That lio, Wore uiUcs aw.u : So brui am I I mi '.ir si? oil 'I ii-, ir l? ??ivy i l'.jiiip a' ph) ? Tliei walk a'1 "ii tho m w i Um d.cd }?t;< \N I. io iiiy.il ia plenty lu s. "I'll."*, roll i np ?ii m ai .>!'.- |.. in,!. \n I lobb* i ?nib ? ?os ; Ami t ! ? v : t a' Uigiii m lift llh' :'. . i In oVoi'y siitlpo ii dines. por ?a I Iii- trun',. ;i?. -?:<:??-. I'\ . ! ??oj TiVjii socks of w h ile a ie i l.i j iic ; If call.-d t.. p.;t ; -.- I ... i i.w .i ? O lioil. w h.?i .Jioui? I -i >'.' I mourn t lui iii ri* I-i hot i o hight '?'li ce pair-, 'ne .el if : ?. ?. I mourn beean? 1 thou...

Publication Title: Charleston Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston advocate. — 27 April 1867

VOL. 2. NO. II. \s YO would t li.il men sh<ul<| <lo milo you do yt; uvcii so to them.*' CHAH i J 10 H TON. S. C., SATU H DA V, O OTOH KU 1 0, i,S<iS. wuor,K NO:m CHARLESTON, S. Ob APHIh 27. 1667. A. WttttST?'lK, Ddi!or. 13. F. llANDOTbPH, ? Associate T. W. ?JBW?S, S Editora. A Ki l l- ?? \M> 1 111 ?; vin I* UTI;. I ' I iii i -111 i ' Wi I KI i \i S iii. \&i Nil ir is.. Si in i r, si: us < M Hoi \. nv ii. .it-ne.!-: Mpoi?ih; I icu.Nts oi M issi l?irno.N : 'i'llrec Dollars ii Year ; [i?iyilhhj in iillvithee. six M..mil-.i ::. 'l'lirci- Months.I .Op. tV Ail .'< itch to lh< kiUhi-kvr I'iib-1 Usher, should >? </?>vb'd (ii '' (VniWc.s'/O/i j Idi'ocaU . I .. <y K-7>? 'X l1 ( it?rlcston, S. t.. l?.N'l KS l oi: Ah\ r.i; I'IMM,. Ailvei li-mn nt - will be inserted :;t i lie hit C of" SiivicxTv-Vivi; cr.s rs per squarci Thc , ??price "t" i ? * 11 lin. - of llrcvier lypii constitutes a sipiarc. I.Otigor .".dvrrti-. ninii- in die kain?' pr.'p.'ifu??. l'Y...

Publication Title: Charleston Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston advocate. — 27 April 1867

.jJVOat V'O'K'I' : ' ?Blow yo th?- trumpet, l'h?w.' " rin se ton (bonsai) I luddiors (?tul , ?lllOUg tlliMU WO IO thu ty-livo hundred j oyal .Methe U -! men ol' tho Northwest) t a|l joined ie tim iti^j>ii ?n? song, a tul ill echoed to lite si, ie- niki ht rout across (he i Swamps, until it roached I hoi ear >>f oho ' bf those dusky s.>n- ol' tim So'.ilh. lt?' . hear-1 for lite lil'St ti Ute : . i'lie \ ?.:..! iiihile . Kr nie." ..lt wa-in-' ?I fi er .tito beginning "I .luit- ' nar\. ?vheii llie Kntaueipaii ?ii I'rbehithii tion wits in lbj ec : and il w a ? atv pi it ih'gC to hear the limsic o?' tho hfC?ik?ng of jjhOSC I'ottcrs. Al.?II -, aiiih.il iii' i .i..ht there wa* . bl'Ohght lollly !. 1 I ; I >^v ' .? ..' i :t\headed old ( tin--ini i 1111 ? I nighter. I t In j tl ck etd toti I Iii! li-dii'i np ti';- am ient Alric 1:1. wi? h i I iicajl ti- iittisio ol' 'Tile yeal .>!' InMl- e i-.?....e.' liv'Was ; hiked th eivi- lin ace? nilli > i" hi ii-elf. and J sn pp..-...

Publication Title: Charleston Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston advocate. — 27 April 1867

CA mtv i NU I > KA IMA Wi:\ross.- Cv-r, Suivies reeetit Order ptollilVers the bavnar ons practice hf cn having dcaiuy Weapons We desire tu see wholesome regal'*: lion strictly eiiforcoil. tl?" A now Republican (tiuiv paper ha-? just heen started ?,, \uw Orleans It rings clear fijf fteedoih lind cpu rights. One should he immediate.} started in Charleston. tV 'T'nion Leagues" are hoing estab lished thrungli the State with great success. Many whites aro becoming members. Union is strength, Tm: STATIONS ON HIV. NOUTIIKASTKKN KAU. KOAO. known as Strawberry and Giuliani's, will be discontinued after the 1st pr?ximo, and a now one midway be tween them established. Vf Let the country people beware;of the "Landshnrks" w hen they colite to tile city. Keep cleat of rum shops, gambling bel's, and dells of Vice. Jf Von want t.. keep your monet/ Of your character "bc ware of m l) uum ! Co nut In the way of tlie destroyer Ju- it is (loath ! Vt?' Those why wish tb enjoy a rare luxury, and Un- sa...

Publication Title: Charleston Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston advocate. — 27 April 1867

ALMOS I lil KKK. . I nu almost lhere.'? S?liO i ?Iv ill; I'hUll, \ - he ii|>\\ ari looked A ni sw eotlv smiled .. l h" happy hollies i >? Hu- lil? -t I see. Ami an ii ? i ?el lei i el Aw ailie;- lin' " I am almost tie iv ! Hut ?lo hoi w eep : lu a Sa\ inn's arm ll i- sv\ Ci't sleepy' Ami In- closed Iii- cv Ami m-mly placed Hi- folded halals Across lili lucr.-t " I am alums! tliei ii ! SWIT! .lesii-*, how," And lin dampi ol d-alli OYr-prc:id lils lu iv\ : Ami his brightening features Alm-i-t -milr.l. As we vi cpi beside iim ill lug Mid,'.. i '. ;. :?.< ti <..'. '/Ult (ft i Rei?tarka?le t'oiivmion. 'rim lolioWth ' ii itmrjc'liiic sthlohVont is authorized hy D'Aubigno and M. do Pressense : A rhgiineut of i'rem h sol dicrs,on their maveh io Um Crin ?Cn. hailed Tor simm days at Toulon, in lite south ol" France. While tie ;.- a col porteur came ambit rig I hom. A youno, soldier, pre ending lo he (hitch im vt ', by tlie good man - exlthrliiiliohs. asked Tor a llijuc, Which wa-,...

Publication Title: Charleston Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston advocate. — 11 May 1867

?. : g I % \ ? . \ " ?_ j S 3RD wcmld that ineu"??il?d ?o|^you, do vooven S^QJ?K^. , r ?-*5 . CHETO S, MAY ll, 1867. 1 A*?> "L?TEKARY Sl??^ JPCBL?SHED \V?EEKI.Y ?T-No., ISS. MEET -Ti I i!*" J " <* : " . INO STREET, SEAR CALHOUN. BT H. I JUDGE MOORE. i t TERMS) OF SUBSCRIPTION: Three Dolhirsja Year; payable in advance. Six Months.1 75 . Three Mbttths.1.00. . j All letters to the Editors or Pub lisher, should, be directed to *v Charleston Advocate, Lojc-K-Box 109." Charleston, S. C., Single\Q0\)\e9 of the -4(Zroca?e may be had at Mit. Howard's tin store, under our office at ten cents each. RATEfij FOR ADVERTISING. Adyertiseruijats will be inserted at the rate ?of SETKXTV-FfVE CENTS pe. square. The .spaoe-of ten lilies of Brevier type constitutes :& square. Lj>ngv*;r advertisements in the game ?p*og*ort ion. For standing advertise * >nient of <eightj weeks and upwards, FIFTY ?CENTS per t??i|are; for standing advertise ments of ?ix faomhs and upwards, FORTY <CENTS ...

Publication Title: Charleston Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston advocate. — 11 May 1867

4 ^Ue?iD^ fen Columbia of blacks and y?k&*&&'.' j I perused it eargerly to asser- ! , tain the ! sentiment and complexion ofi these tWo! poi ? tica I 'elementa* wheii %iead-f v?d together, for I have always had my j>uspicion^ of Columbia and herpo.iticans -ever stuck the Ilampton-Nash meeting. wer? my suspicions unfounded, for j -on reading, the entire telegram I discov- j eflafl aythoy_ dsepised sycophant-a than Nash, has succumbed to st ry of designing men, and bc-j .come a cjonvert to the doctrine that the ,southern| whites-pur former roasters^] mightier thrsoph ?r? Wr * Hold! Mr. Henry >?.'Turner, and let; .gs^am ne thc subject- Hew long have j yon lived South before, the war? ( I mean j during tl ie reign .pf terror.) What do you j know of the antecedents of these " best j friends ~ of ours ? Are you prepared to j dunstant ate tfteir friendship tb the colo red1 mar .by erny voluntary" action of tbeitts?* \v? you 119t aware Sfiey? ?truggled^for S<?$? ksag ye...

Publication Title: Charleston Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston advocate. — 11 May 1867

the S -ALWAYS ^G?IXST THE NEGRO.-Cop perjohnson rebels and Democrats voted 0 against ?egro enfranchisement in Con necticut; vofed iu Congress against col ored suffrage in the District of Columbia and in the nbn-recoMteucted States ; and in the Legisiature at%Tashville against negro voting in Tennessee ; and in Ohio and New York against striking the word white out of their State Constitution ; and in Pennsylvania against allowin-j negroes to ride in the street cars. They i are always openly against tho negro,! except whg? they set a trap to catch?hisl vote. A LECTURE^-Mrs. T. E. W. Harper will lecture sit the Wentworth street M. E. ?Olvarch onj Thursday .evening the 16! h ?ristant at 8 o'clock. Subject-"The. progress of ajn idea." Tickets for ad anissi?a 15 .ceints. Mrs.. ?farper has ex .p??ence and reputation as a popular lec turer. S4 ANNIVERSARY OF THE FRIENDLY UNION SOCIETY. \ Charleston, May 7th 1S67. The folio whig Officers were elected to serve the ensuing year: Joseph Dereel'...

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