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Page 2 [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. A.t 430 Kiug-strcot, Churloston, S.C., iii* T. l-l Uli Iii K,X ?Sc co. Subscription "fric?:-l'?iir Dollarn ii u:r, lova cUbly 111 advance. linton ol" AtlvortisiiiR: i'or uno Sq lum.' ol' Ten J.ines, um- Insertion, S'J.OO; formell Hulisi'?|iii'iil ?.is.'iii.rn, $1.01). A liberal discount ma.li- m yearly; half-yearly, ?nil quarterly advertisers. AilveitlM'inciits i'ini-|.i. in .it sly displayed liv special agreement. iM v!( ).si M :< ;TI:S ri m i II K South Carolma Leader. A Weekly Journal ol" tho Times. TUB I.r.AIOMt will ?'." lo Hie Interest of Free Labor ami T^Vl*;'',|,,r,',lVni .?r?t%f? nt liu M,"::'" ...

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. — 6 January 1866

THE LEADER. CHARLESTON, S. C., .Saturday, .Tan. 6, 1866. A i T n ow ttu AUKVTI : William Dart, faul Potn-ett, Samuel L. br-uuwlt, of Charleston ; Wm. li. Nash, ? 'ol umbi ?4 ; Denu Dudley, Costeo, Mn va.; Rev. A Waddi?, SaTAuunti ; A. G. Ilaxtcr, Ueorgctowu. Ab Ivn Lucas, New Hertford, Mass. TttK I.it ADI- n can be obtulnrd at lite store? el Ti W. <*nrdozo, corner of Henrietta and Kliziibeth atreoty ; and at Simon? A Denn;, Market Street, opposite An ?? KC UK AN cr.-The Charleston .Yt?*.? seems to ?bink that loyalty to the Union is recreancy to South Carolina. If the .Ynes is ft fair exponent nf the sentiment of South Carolina, we agree with it. ONE SII?KI>.-The Charleston Courin- calls Gen. Carl Sch tiri.'report a one-sided affair. Of | course, lhere ts but one right stile to the question, mu? the files nf thu Courin- lor thc last three months will fully substantiate tho truth of the report. iX7~ Kev. T. Willard Lewis, Presiding Kider of the M. E. Church, is absent in thc int...

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. — 6 January 1866

THE LEADER. CHARLESTON, S. C., ?uturdtiy, .Tan. 6, 1866. AlTUUMtU) AUKKTt : William Dart, 1'aul Poltioett, Enamel L. bcnuwlt, of Charleston ; Wm. Ii. Nash, t'olumbi* ; Dein? Dudley, Hos ton, M A si.; Itcv. A Waddle, Savannah ; A. <?. baxter, Uoorgetotvn. Al len Lucas, New Hertford, .Mass. THK I.UAIIKR van be obtained ut I bp stores crt. W. < 'unload, corner of Henrietta nutt Kllzttbetli Streit? ; und at Simons .t Denny, Market Street, onpoidte Au HKCKKANCV.-Tlie Charleston .Vtir* seems to ?bink that loyalty to thc Union is recreancy to South Carolina. If the AYtrs is n fair exponent iii"thu sentiment of South Carolina, we acree willi it. OSE St UKO.--Tlie Charleston Couria- calls (?cn. Carl Schurz' report a one-sided nffiiir. Of] course, there is but one right side to ll ie question, Illili thc liles of thu Courin- lor the hut three months will fully substantiate the truth of thc report. ?L7~ Kev. T. Willard Lewis. Presiding Kider of the M. li. Church, is absent in thc interio...

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. — 6 January 1866

(..iiA'ii.r.sToN, S. (h, Jun. 2, 1860. t Tc the lion. Charla Sumner, Washington, I). (,'. Sj u,-Yesterday tin.lured people Of Charles ton mid pinces adjacent met lo cel?brate foi Vin* first time, the Kimutciputiuu Proclamation ni Vjiir late President. Abraham Lincoln. 'Idie heavens were ]iropiliuus ; lor, though it ntt-s liver! raming daily (or the past fri ur weeks, "not h drop tell yciitordity, (?ut to-day the window's 'ol' heaven are open, and tin: rain pours. The people gathered to the tlittuhcr ot at least 1 fi,OOO souls upon the Knee f 'ourve, -'- Leagues, .schools, ami oilier associai ions. - to hear thc speeches and learn the pmpose of the fjoverie merit concerning the land iplestion, alni bi rela tion to this most vital point great anxiety is felt. The meeting was addressed hy (?eu. Saxton, Mr. French, (len. Devon*, ami nth'r*. ('mil order characterised ?ill ibo pro t'odings. and I saw and heard no drunkenness, profanil '. or brawl*., though the reli?is have boon .'"nu tho ...

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. — 6 January 1866

, e-' I'llAIU.r.KTON, S. C., Jun. 2, IHM. Tc ihr Hon. t'h?rt?s Simmer, Washington, I). <'. Si u.-Yesterday thc enhired people llf Charles ton tiltil pine?? adjacent unit lo celebrate for Vin* first tinic, lin- tiiiiiitu'ipatidii I'roehuiiution of V>ur laie President. Abraham Lincoln. Tin- lii-itv< < > were |irii|iitious ; lor, though il lins bee tV raiding ?lally lor lin' piist fdiir weeks, bot ii ilroji fell yiislL'rilay, Inn tu-ilay tin- iviiid?itVH 'ttl lii'iivi-n art' upen, ami tin- rain poit'rs. The peuple gathered io tin* number ol ai least Kl.OOtl souls upon ile- Unce Course, -- lioiigtie.s schools, ami other associations -lo hear the .lies mill learn the purpose ol' tilt' linfern tuent concerning tho lam? iptcstMin, ah'l lb n-la timi lo this most vital pom' creal anxiety Is felt Chi' I neel i ni* was addressed h? I Jen. Sa-.tun. .Mr. Fr?lich. Ceti Devon*, ami ntli'-n (lon'l tinier chariuieriseil all lin- pro'Cellini's, "iel I saw auil hoard no drunkenness. ?ir...

Publication Title: South Carolina Leader
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — South Carolina leader. — 6 January 1866

OLD VlOQINIft An min o lu sucker took a ?reat dis)rke to fp.ojish young Virginian who w^s o fcHow pas pen ger Y jth him on one ,0/" the Mississippi stenm. pof,.ti. I jva? .on thj boat (?aid peacon Doolit fie,) and ?aw the whole affair. The Virginian .wa? ?epstaptly combing his hair, brushing his plotbea or drating bia boots - to all which xooveccpts th,e sucker ?00k exceptions, ns be;OB what he termed " a leetle too darned nice by .half." jle finally drew up hi? chair besido the -Virginian and begun : " Whar might you be from, strspgcr ? " "1 mu /rum Virginia, air," politely answered fh.e s-nt. ..l'l-ctn old Virginity, I a'posc?" says tba suck*:. .? Ye?, ?ir, old Vjrgiuia," wa? the reply. "You are pooty high up in the pictures thar, J suppose ?" !? J. don't know what yon mean by that, re park, ?ir." .??h, nutliin," ?ny? the aucker, " but that you are desperate rich, and haye been brought ,up right nice." " If the information will gratify you in ?any tway," ?ay? the gent, patron ?tin...

Publication Title: South Carolina Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — South Carolina leader. — 6 January 1866

TBE 'J^A^^_ r? ' OLD VIRGINIA 4.n IJUnoU euerer took A $ rest disHke to fppjuh young Virginian who w#a a fejjow pas. fenger ^f th hin? on one pf thc Mississippi steam; ^jof t?. I was on thj boat (said peacon Doolit tle,) and ?AW the whole affair. Theyitgliiiah .1*11 cpus ts ti tty combing hi? hair, brushing bis plotbes or dusting hi? bootf - to all which xoovecepts the aucker jook exceptions, AS befog what ha termed " A leetle too darned nice by half." Jlle filially drew up his chair beside the -Virginian and began : " Whar might you be from, strengci ? " "1 sm iront Virginia, sir," politely saswered fhe gent. .'From old Virginity, I ?'pose ? " says tbs ?licker. Ye?, slr, old Virgiuia," wa? the reply. ?'You are pooty high up In the pictures lhtrf J suppose?" if? I don't know what yon mean by thaf re park, sir." '??Oh, nutliin," soys the sucker, " but 'hat you are despcrute rich, and haye been brought ,np right nice." .? If the information will gratify you in any way," says t|ie gent...

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. — 13 January 1866

ALLEN COFIJN, Editor. "Vol. I. _CIIARLESTQN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1S66. No. 15. SOOTH CAROLINA LEADER, in&BllSHED ON SATUBDAYS. AtftSO JEiafij-streot, Charleston ?.C., nv X. HURLEY S& CO, *8doaoripUon Prico:-Four Dolkv?? !?r, lo?? Ratoa of AtlvortisinKi ?or ono Square of Ton Uruis, un? iuscrtlou, il-W? for r?ch ?ubs*<piont Insertion, .LOU. A liberal discount made to yearly, half yearly, uud quarterly soVorilsers. Ailrertlsepieuts couiplcuoii?)/ displayed by special ayrei inent. -pROSI* EOT US KO ll *f UK South Carolina Leader. A. Wookly Journol of tho Timo?, Tu? I.K AO KU will lw ip-roled to the Interest of Kw Ijibnroinl general reform. The Keilira! Government will he sustained at ?til haiard* *?d WC hope that ila ultimate pulley towards this State Mfill ensure peace, prosperity , aud donica tlc tranquil)!/. That self evident truth, contained In lhe Deri*ra. tloti or Independence. '. That all nial) ore created equal,?. --ill t*.' steadfast l.t aOnorcl tn. lu mat tew of l...

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. — 13 January 1866

THE LEADER. ?^AP?it^TON, 8- C., .Satuixlay, xian. 1?. 1866. Arroosi-a? ACSNTS ; William Dart, faul Polusctt, Samuel L. lb-nu cit, of Charleston ; Wm. B. Nash, Culumblaj L'tan Uudlry, IlustOu, Mass. ;"ltcv. A. Waddle, Savannah ; A. G. itnxtcr, Georgetown. AU tao Lucas, New bedford, Mais. TUM 1,-EA?V.R cnn be obtained nt the stores of T. Vf i "C? i tl ?io, ocr ii rr of Henrietta aud Klizabcth Streets ; aad at SJKum A De ooo . MiuUl Street, opposite An soo. Contracts and Freedmen. The frridnun in thu Staten nf Mississippi. Alabama, and Georgia have entered quite large ly and sBiisfnctcrily into contracts with the planurs. Thc planttrs in three States have taken a practical, common-sense view of thc existing stats of affairs, and made contracta with .thc freedmen. Many planters have agreed to allow th?m one-half of the crop, and have turned in whutcver of farming implements and iive stock they had on hand. Others ht vc pre ferred to pay regular wages, varying from six to twelve dollars ...

Publication Title: South Carolina Leader
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — South Carolina leader. — 13 January 1866

11 ~ * - ? ? . . _"1 ' _ ' _ J -_1. Spoooh of Gon. Saxton. A friend has furnished UH willi a copy of Gen. .Saxton's speech nt Hie Celebration on Kilianen patton Day- Th?" Kr,"t ^'?K,n ,f our r,'I!?" Inst week prewired us giving but a brief ?)? oji?is of the speeches. MT FIUKNIIH: Thia is thc fourth nine timi it hrs bein my happiness to meet.the freedmen of South (.'un? lina to celebrate Kmniicipiiiion Day. The Inst meeting took pince on January lirst. I80.'l.thftt day when tiie ?real and good Ahrahum Lincoln (ever liohorei! abd blessed bb the memory ni thc statesman, the pallin! and (bein?rtyr) du lan-) your race to be forever free, mid pledged tin' tui tion's honor and faith tb maintain that declnni tiou nil through lite coning futuie. We no t on i hat dav bein at h the mot?-di II ped live oak.? of Port Royal-home ti ve ihou-ntul m mimbi r-io rejoice over that prbclniniitifin which hud j UM I declared o pt opie tree, ntid pledged our lives and fortune.?., and our Micro?! honor, to ...

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. — 13 January 1866

THE 1 JiAI ;E??. ?HIE ElfD OF SLAVERY. The death of ultivtiy conn's well vron tit? ort-ut anniversa i y of I ht' human soul. If, in tin nupreiiie thanksgiving of ihe year, Chiistini non ami women icjoiee thai Chi indunny live through ?l>e blood pf ?c. Miniyi, Ut tin m ul-?, p joice that alu vi j y is il? ntl through thu blood of in ti uv mut'yrs. Th - iinuuhueui of our mil pren bi;? iz"J tyranny ihioughout "ll Um lund ia an Occa-ioii "I ptidnuiid und Mil-nm thank fulness; f'-t ititiiiiui'h 'tu- w lud?- eouiitty 1ms nntic-.ptied it. 11 wini univ in vow id J'joieiiiii uv.i its dowiltull. Such nu occasion hccitisoiii for the ruL-e mme i Int ti for nuisilyes; hm w. have especial icusons nj ...sk our bret hi eu . .' the South tu j ..o w rh tis m huutie-l thanks giving thin '. I.? it own ct.ions me loCki-it, inn i hat their own hiinds, though subdued, hun approved ihe net w hich hu - s-i tl em lu e. Whntevt-i dill*. t< in es < xi?t urning enmesi pa trot? as io il e foinniliiy "I ...

Publication Title: South Carolina Leader
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South Carolina leader. — 27 January 1866

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. At 430 King-stcoot, cimrluaton, S.C., liv T. IITJKXiKV cS? CO. Subscriptio*' -I'riee:-Four Dollars a year, iiivu rlably in miranee. To A i? vKitrisi-.jts.-'|"ue LK.lliKll ii is tlii- larges! rirc?lntinn af any Weekly paper in lin. fStmllit-rn Stairs,-ciniil.iiiiig extcii.?|vi:ry in s?itit|i Candia i, North (.'?rollita. I icurdii, ami ITortda; thereby reii dering ii ti valuable ur. dunn for tho.-c lint lug (?ooild to dispose or. Huies ol" Ail vert isitig : For one Square of Ten Lines, une insertion, $'?00; fur each iuibacrpiciil insertion, $1.00, ' A liberal discount marie lo yearly, balf yearly, nul quarterly mlverll-ers. Adnui IM ment H mii-phin i.-ly display eil Iii special ugreemr nt. PROSPKOT? S rot: rm: South Citrblina Leader. A. Weekly Jonrnnl ol' the 'rimes. .Tits LtCMiKIl will la- devoted tn...

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. — 27 January 1866

THE LEADER. CHARLESTON, 8. C., Saturday> Jan? 27, I860 ?WuoW?-tb A0KST6 : WUlhuu Dart, I'KUI Polusctt fiim?el L. Benuett, or Charleston; Win. B. Sash Columbia; Demi Dudley, Uobton, Masa. ? Kev. A Waddle, Savannah ; A. G. baxter, Georgetown. Al len Luca?, New bedford, Mad*. Tua LEA u KB o?u be obtulned at the store? ofT. VT Carduzo, corner ot lleurlelta alni Kllzabctll Streets ?un at Shaun* Jt Denuj, Market Strtret, oppoilto Au Ita. taxation without Representation. f rosar Augustus, once issued a decree that ul ' the world should bc taxed ; and every one weni unto his own city for that purpose. liven Jos eph wont up from Nuzoreih lo Bethlehem, to ht taxed with Mary, thc mother of Jesus. Tuxet wens burdensome then ns now, but under thc iron heel of Roman power, every subject paid tribute: : : Wh?n Jesus was asked by the chief priests and Berthes if it was lawful for thain to pay tribute unto Crcsar, he said, "render unto Cu:-ar the Ihlngs which bc Caesar's, and unto Uod tin thing's...

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. — 27 January 1866

Houris ! HOOK*! Dooks!- Toour 1 rienda in ?ew iiiifil^nd. We are in want of school books of all kinda, and thoBe thousands of old books laying about the house will be very useful They cari rio ? great (teal of good. Send them down to us and wo will distribute them to thc poor and iicedy'. At WASHINGTON.- ivlr. A. j. Hausier, the delegate of the colored people of .South Caro linn at Washington, wrilPS encouragingly in reference to the prospect hf our cause in Con gress. The friends of equal tights have tin- in side of the track. We noticed the name of Mr. Hun si er among those of colorid del?gales from oilier Stair s, signed to a petition to Congress praying for the declive franchise in the District of Columbia. URN. LiTti.KFti.Kii -This nHiccr hu- hot yet been examin?e!,'lind ile.' milliner iii \\ ! ich the case has been represented in this department leads j UH to hope he will press for an e;itly trial so as it Will not be hinted at that his accusers are holding off to gel their br...

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. — 27 January 1866

THE LEADEN. TRIBUTE TO T. O. HOWE, SENA TOE PROM WISCONSIN. Tl:i' following tribu??! taken from lit? Uieh jiond ntpvptic of Jan. J2th seems tb ii? jo-' tho Yhiug, ami oil who know T. (>. II iwi-, of Wis. or aaSk is better known as Tim Howe, ao l hy the <?i?y?VTini could not be anything i Le th in a j . Radical Wc publish the extract iisiitiihute to lld' honsl u,|d faithful iii' tid of humanity ami I to show oiir-.it.mi, v/'liiit kimi i?f m n thc lie- 1 publican pm ty tl) ,1,,. United States S?iL J* JVc have hud. for thu Brat 'ino- in soup dayo, bigiti?cant wails in th.- Senate, und ii fame ta auch Ruino as ibis fturh thc derk of Howe. ij,f NVisonsin : A rmoluiion, pref c?d willi ?wher?aeos,dee?ariti[,Mic SoinVi-rn -.tute? latidv in Trcjbcllicn tb be without governments, .,u| ",,., ,,. lng, OH the oense of Congress, that tliey sVniiid ^3e provided forthwith with provisional gov m aients. After this resolution hud been read, S. ,.,. Howe, lifter some lillie ptotesiaiibii fioui S...

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. — 24 February 1866

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. At 430 Kiug-stroot, dhu ri os ton, S.C., HY T. HUKTJF?Y ?fe CO. Subscription Price :-Four Dnllurs n )?r, lava rlnbly in ndviince. Tn AI?V::H n.sc.na.- Thc I.it.vtiUK has thc liir'K??l clrculntioii nf any weekly paper lu HIL- Southern! States,-circulating exftuislvory In South Carolins, ?s'orlh Carolina. ti corena, and Florina; thereby reit. ilcrlu" lt a valuable inAlium foi those hil vi nc a jud? tu dispose oT. Ratea ot" Aiivortisinic: Fur one Square of '?VII I.Ines, une lltsertiol , S'-'-OO, ! for eueh subs?quent Insertion, $1.00. A liberal discount made tu yearly, half-yearly, ami I quarterly advertisers. Advertisements co nq." cu cu sb- | . liisplaycd hy special agreement. ~ Pit O S I ?K CT U S ' KOIl 'i'll li South Carolina Leader. - : t j A Weekly Journal ol' thc Tirites. T?U I.KAIimt will be 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. — 24 February 1866

I Jo not hesitate tu ?lee lu ie, in.in io . nu? io us J. sn the abolition ol tduvciy. The other ques'ion respects the fn-cduicn. The policy ot the Government on tits subject ?* liuunuueid to tho xvi old hy Mi. Sexvnrd, uniter unte 2\*uv. 'J. lS?-3. in tlie.?t> pu-ginmt words : ..Tl o establishment of the perfect i'quality "l men of the Altieau nice tyi'h HMO et tithei rucea th'roughaiiii th? whole continent is a poll >vy wh'iv li /lae l.'ni'.i <l Stnics hen ul ter may lie rxptcteU to cultivate with eons-toncy and assi duity ." To the like ctTect is Mr. (J llioun. who told iii p'uinly, so hon: ago us Ib'J'J Mt I 1S3?, ['he Cp?ech is not at hentfj. thal it ive ever consented to emaneipution, ur would have in ml va lice .upon our position, timi concede ul-o th." iq diu ol' th.? races. It is alike our duty and our intel - ?los as "the inevitable biquvtico ?.!' K'r;.e und events. That policy, nevertheless, fituls no general sympathy ri the .South. Our r-ptes ti tat: ve ?nen anti...

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. — 24 February 1866

Fir** A tailor, writing from Philadelphia, ex presses liiii indignation ul thu coui.-r nf 1 *11--t dent Johnson, hy saying I tint hi- is ihr Iii-: mun who liQH cv M brought disgrace upon th'; craft. r?dvrrt?Hcm?rit.] TE|:,OKKATriST ?ir ALL ?KI?KKAIJt-" fi'rtnt," yon say. of cours".'. "'No," nays Httothcr, " Shciinaii,'' il? tilter. ??)' Wc. There ls u general ?realer than el thW o? Hies? di?tlui;ulalie<l men-grittier, wu uii-nii, lu lite sphere nuJ extent of Iiis power. A ml till* gen. eral in simply aenrrtil DtUUUy. Mc I* indeed ? Ma jor general ; he rebgna supreme over the human syn tem, und hin might in numil' hied In a thousand symp tom* ol Weakness and slc.kiiva*. Y ?l great ns he ts, thi? General cati hf removed. And lt uiniht.'s Oiii.l>. KS lin i Klta can remove him. Thin sworn enemy ol deliillty I? an entirely vegetable ruin? dy, Riid I? recoin mended by the highest midi cul authorities. r?"" U rail ti Shcrniliit, Shel ulan. Thoma ? and len thousand oilier Uenerala cap...

Publication Title: South Carolina Leader
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — South Carolina leader. — 24 February 1866

'"Hausier ?incl farrar. .vio L'..?..-:\ : >t. ;..> 1 >oo>i*s ti bc. yt . I .' ' i ;- Julill. ... : I ? ' i| T TAVK Coiiat.nit?y on hand * Cite aaiairltiicnt ol 11*1 Omeene*atulT'iuicy :;}.>.!?'. ".'rom UH HIV fitili !;?. c:iia Ui' MippliCil wit li Ut?-* ?Iboii**?! Ivste, Httyiit, villi .tulls, bu I'.er, laid lind tti?vf Ol Ui*.' vi r. be* I qililll .Mes, ill-?? incuts in piekl?' IWJIII Ui" Noel horn M .i k-in lu ?n i |\ steamers. ili'M'i'iiti KIMI lu' lound Hiv oclo ilu'.-ilcd Ticiu .ti ? rn I.-1 ?. m nnautili** to null pur chasers. AU iliiiM* wini an' luml oi io-Iliii}.'up liioc ? pm iii-- will ito well lo give ui a ?'lill Inion.- puicliar tig vUvwIivri'. N. II. Our- price* arv ti* 1'wiisim.ibte m ?ny lu tilo City np HE corri? OE? PHIW TINO pnK?s i* the . 1 luvt oh.np pru.ti ur \>riii* cwr iiitrodihvil ni piddle notice. Simple, itiiViiliU* nuil i ilii-u ut, oci'itpyii u lint ililli' S|lMI-?'. il.iil luliiptCil to llU-l't Un- I? lilli .? Ol lii'-l noss HUM) ni.il O...

Publication Title: South Carolina Leader
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South Carolina leader. — 24 March 1866

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