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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,"::'"
Inna rd ii; ami M m ,,...?, H.. .u?-pnln v towards
, , ne 1>"1 vil tn liv i 1
tills .Mme will .'..(lH.sl, s,mtnt.n-? -"ilv,an.l .turnes
tiotta.im.iiiiy^ .,ulU: l?;i.a .
That self i?vf*J#i. .i\f..i,,.-.>??thliied in ilie Doi-hir?
tlou of I ndupeudeure, '-'lliiil nil nicn are created
equal*" wil'-j?ie slt-rtiHusllt adhered iii.
''?-i', ff' 'uca' eon?ern, li will give iis'i'?inest
.<5u)ipo.' ArJni|iortaiit |iiilille meimir?s iiinl prarti
cal iiiiprovenitirts.
Willie fearless ?in its ailvocuc) vf i lui right. nail
frunk in it.s ilemineialiuti uf Hie wrong; its cubitus
will never be mail.' a chun ucl ol" co.?rsn personal
tiliu-e- ll will lieal willi principie' rallier than inen,
anti allow the. free anti e.tutliil ill-.-u.-sion ul nil sui? .
ject* pertaining lu the publie g..ml.
In striving lu make tills eni|ihalle;tlly a puller (ur I
the people, we r?iiiiilently look o. I hem tor Hie ?
nmi,Uim of subseit>t,inu mul advertising patintiuge,
Which ?ls worth .!..::: tu:!.-..
T. llrill.KY ci. co
\|H'- AND MKS. MOItltlSoN'S SCIMIOI;
JT 1 for .M. II :ii..l Wun.en is i.i. ii lr.nu ll o'clock
till f>, li. ll i , nuil i-I o? v1 in ile m liing. ;,t tlie Nounal
Schcol, M. l'liilli|,V clift. School bunks till llishi ll.
.Ternis mod-mic. Nov. li-ll-ll
LAWRENCE & FAULKNER,
ijGEYEKAL riU)I).l(]!i stoitr,
ISO Kin:.!." S?h-eei?,
( ll. loa Itor'.haek Alley,)
Olii? i-l<'>si on, r*?. O
am Nu? i-:i
ri^lie publie muy llml it to ilieir nilvnn'nge tn
JL rall al. our Store, in gelling up their i hrl-i.-.
supple * i-- have Fresh Supplicf ol Cuke I'rints
Fin?. Work-, eic.; eic., which ? >. oller ns low tis cnn
be batt in Hie city.
Iv ANSI HU & FA KU A H.
MUSIC AND DANCING.
.HOI'KJXS lias e.iineagain with hl? toonil tunes nnil
ail in I ret I air .. ile univ he Inuit.I at hi? I'M plac?,
No. 3?. ll KN i; I K'TTA ST WK KT. I'll..- as usual.
.loll N T. IIOl'K IN-.
A ( olin eil I'rofesi-or.
JCIIAin.r.sTox, Oct. gi. tm :i
"\\f AN'i'Kll,- An elderly Wo.i, to took
Vi ?nd wash for I wu |?'i .-otis. tim. who lins no
encilliibranee nf lain ?ly preferred. Apply ul Nu. Mi
Market St. Nov ?li ifs
SJM. li N 1? I 1) ASSOKTM KNT OF
C'llOt KKK Y lor sale rhea |i nt
A
Nov. '25-sj (.'AKHti'/.o'S s ri ?UK
KEROSENE OIL, Ojie tlulinr mid fif
teen rents liv iii.' trillion, .it
Nov: ?15. CA WIMIZO'S Oil KA I' (llttiCKW Y.
MRS. T. W- CORDOZO
"D opec! fol ly aumiiiuccs lo her friends Hint she ls
prepared tu give
l.KSSUNS ON TIIK I'tANO-FOWTK
At Itcuaonnble Ilutes.
Ke.sjdenen - Charlotte St., one tl<,r.r east of Alex
pad ur Street. Nov. 18-Kin 7.
WI Cr G & CO.,
j?? I?: ?S w jrK. xj 11 - v rv RJT,
No. 55 Market Stroot.
Charleston, S. C.,
Where tlie J'ublie will always lind on bund, or
got up tn order, every variety of pishes
til the shortest not:ee.
A. h. \Vmo. j .\. ll. Winr,.
{&- (?ive UK ii Cull, and yuu will Hu.I nur I'erms piod
iTiitc. J50 ibu llet gi il
.V\7H/i;lAM WALLIS'S COM M KHCIA L
' * Kt (it io I. for Colored Hoys, viii he opened ,
on Tiiewhiy Ibid day of .tatitinry 18(1(1, in Kin?
Street, corner of .Meris Street.
Terms, ... sa per Month.
Oiie-hiitl paid in advance thc ((rsl month.
Dec. pi. "tn lt!
To tlii CfijiireJ IVople tif Saul h Carolina.
A.TTENT10??] TO ALT, !
GILKHHT WA LK KR is prepared lo receive
r .uni M il .-ill kin.ls or I'Oi .N 1 II Y I'WOIUJI.K,
and liny nuil Ship goods ol' nil descriptions to uuy
'.art of this State whh promptness amt di'spatelt.
AilrdesM IJII.IIKWT WAI.KKK,
I liarle.-lell I', tl.
Kefers to Charles Wlhler und Isriiel Smith. Ciilutii
Un. S.C. t)ct. VC*-I
Ransier and Farrar.
460 JvinySt. Doors above
.Jolm.
HAVKConslnnMy tm hand n finn a?si.rtment of
Groceries mid Fancy go,.ils. l unn us the pul,
Ile can lie supplied Willi til? choicest Ivas, simnr. eau
frail's, huller; bird and Hour of thu very best quali
ties, abo incuts in pickle fi um Hie Northern Markets
b) weekly flennten?. Itereci||i abo he h.und the cele
bruted Trenton Crack, rt., m n limit ill's tn nuit pur
elias rr*. All I hose Who are mud of celling up nice
punies will do well tn give in ? cull before |iurci|.ts
lng' elsewhere.
X. H. Our prices are us Ibnisonsblc tut uny in the
Clly.
BOBERT STEVENS,
FAMILY GROCERY,
444 King Stroot,
Wishes to rall the ni lent lon nf the publie tn his linc
RI<??K nf ga?nV, They ?ill always lind a hug. n-Hirl
nifllt on bund, which will he Mihi w reasonable a? nt
a nv mher house In Hie eily. Hive t.. rt call, and sec thc
stuck- Prompt attcoUeo'puld toidi.
? Oct. 14. rf.
l'OETKY.
NILW ?KAlVa ADDKESH OF THU
CAHKIEUS Ol'" THE SOUTH
U ALIO J.IiNI A Li KA DE 1.1.
A MI-.I?KY Now Year lo voil nil !
Tlic itigli, Mir low, tin- groin, lin; smell.
Fur r.ivJiU'cM tSi.\iy-I'"ive is (.olio;
Aiol Si.\iy-Si.\ Ls coming un.
'J'inic. ni ii- ovor-voryiiifi round,
I- inaivhui? m ihn -nl< HIM sonni]
Ol i h-- s wool illusion! tin- sphere?,
'll n 1 li 1.1 hi- ni' involving j? ears.
Tin- I < i i sj? n.ni.m- risc mu? full,
Ami Nu I HIV limps lo r funeral pall
Ujuill iii' Im o wiici'i1 licaii'y lingen;,
Tliqtigh inarrcil hy Heath's decay ino lin
gers.
The throng ij|' lit.', the lunn.m title,
Thal pour- ii-i'lt in lordly pride
Along tin' CIOMII. I1 nark ut time
.Max make oin history sublime.
Tho clock "I Tillie mai tell lin- liiiitr,
liront hi nvrtr'.s donn-, tim tx m ilt's hi?!i
low or.
'Tis twelve-t!u- liiiiltiitrht ol' thc soul
Ami si.ly billows il.ul.lv loll,
Ami I V I I anil anon Mo mar
Coin arkling fr.iiii lin- soiituling shute,
Win t.- nations mc like vessels cast
H. he. ihe lilly <.'? tim IdaSt,
I'oicver heat itu lin' lile bravo,
Those lum tal mai ch. - io [hp (?raro.
loi iii t.hint;, hut ami ?entle lctu|ci !
1 am thc i'm ?or ol ti huttl r.
I lovislnlis high mol hnii! the littles,
Ami I'm tnt ti -1 il to iv mine; thy uio.s ;
Km il Un v -i ii ti- ii ! .i-h,
I in this HIV .Kui omi iliniiUUss tii-k.
i ne lim .-i iliuu^hls ihn! I i.m inter
Ale lion hlil oil lor lile.ul illili hillier.
Ai.il ..-I vi I I i , e.,n ninnis Ihlllk
II ul 1 i ..ll h. ?it tin I i lillies i hink.
I've .-I l veil yi.ti luit hin i cv i i j vv 11 k.
Alni lui xx vv it !. ti.,, ti - lihmt-sl Ve, liuik,
I. ut joiji th.m with hut tn lonni
Alni MitUli iiinl i II I i vi yd tim lilt lils stat.il.
A lilllie 1.1 tUU yUh'I I IO Vi I Hi I.-s
Ne;: lui ;n (h? wm lil tu come, nor this:.
I hi io" you no w s fi om i vci y i lime
Alni v\ i ive th. in in Iii > Lon., ly i liv tilt*
A i.n 1 iii |'i i ii i* ni u \ hcni t, theil hy
i o i uti I. ihe gluiii e nt I,, ii nt j's i've,
l-'ot hy n.y hi.iiihl.' p. o di pt ii ve
That I liuve ont u soti) to luxe,
Allhoiiith, my f.iii ? nc. you must know
Hus m vi i h ci n io JI Cl o.
Chin Ic.-iou i- a ulm ions |i!iiee.
Al lernst sn lllltik Un L'olote.l luce,
As tin y can novx he oi;t o' nights
Will.uni lilli luuiiia othcis' 11 o li '-.
A ml il 'li.- nltci iiine o'clock
They'ic not m iliingci ol th.- hoi;.
The tilithl xvii- ii,mle for moo, t
A- w. i, kimi huckin, us tut you,
Ami i hiv m mehi we now inn miel
Alu! ii- lin in!- upon the.stieit.
Ate! I liebig li ut timi - ;i liltlv ..hine,"
II i>t'Viii si ll..- "xxiii;? folks" ilu so too,
And it c "hi ick l'an .-ex" il' I.\iml in tune
Cnn dunce ii jig hy the ligfll nf the moon.
Wc jii-e nu ii'iisun lot n moss,
.Mn', if there .- kn k.it up a funs
Ah..nt emu neip.it nm dux.
This ..nigger" 'll tty inid he ii way.
Th? w ur i.- iivet mill xxc urn Willing
'Iii slop he Inti Inn otis way nf killing,
Ai.it xv nh u lite, contented mind,
Tn li.x e ni peuce xi uh all mmd.?nd.
"Mull vv nuts hut little h i lc Kel o vv ,
Nm xxntit- tl.nt little lon?,''you know,
And si.i n tin longest inte ip tun.
Timi uniti's ullowil In m nih the sun.
Thin why no! pi.mt. tn Fun's bloom.
Allow tty pathway to ilictotult,
|ustead ol' huililiiig Luiiiiiji ' I tours,
Oi nu.nuil.t ut- ul hiimtin linties.
Ami iioxv, knit! leader, fine thee will
For w e ?it lii-t ii,list I.n ul. the s pi ll
i iinl hound nut xx illino Ki nt I lo lin e
lu the soil xx i, allis of oes y.
And though xxc mc hound tn say adieu.
Our willing tn.-k we'll .-non renew
Ami drop thc Leader ut your door
As we huve evi r Untie before,
I'nv np ihe <n-h and "herc's your mule"
.'New jim's address" or "Apiti fool"
Whalen i millie JI U jdi use lo cull it,
Or w Kati xvi lute helull it.
So you lou get il e cartier's rhyme?
Ahd hi- thc pocket tull of dimes:,
NUHIiERY IUI Viii BB POU THE TIMES.
HIK WAHKIOIl.S.
(lean and Kee
Went mu you sec.
To do a huh: .-laugh 1er ;
?lean fell down
Ati.l broke his crow ti.
Am! Kee came luiijliling after!
.rm: CONSULTATION.
(?orifcy. goosey, gander,
Where shall I wander ?
Sui I thc rebel president
Iii his great coininiiijdgr !
Cm spy, goosey, gaiiiler,
It'.S lime lo tiicander ;
I Mit ol' here you'd better .steer,
Said thc great commander!
pi.tr.llT of JevK; n.\v|s.
There was ii nulli in IKchinoitd town,
And Yankees emile to nilli hun;
Ile eloinb np to the chimney-lop
And saw they incant io gnih him.
Ho he got down on t'other side,
And then they couldn't lind him;
Ile rude as lust as he could ride,
And never looked behind him !
i ni: AKCII - THAI rou.
Jed', was a cunning dog,
Jell', xx ns a lIncl';
Ol" all thc rogues in rebcldoin
.leif, was Hie chief.
Hut Weil/el wont to Richmond,
Ami then .li ll', lied ;
Il thc Yankees catch him
They ll chop oil' his head !
SOM; OK TIII: CITIZKNSI.
We are all in thc dumps',
I'or Yankees arc trumps,
And Chivalry's gone to Hie wall ;
Jell, [.hivjs is hit,
Anti Lee's in a lit,
Anti that is the cud cd us alli
KAIL Ol' Till- CO.\TKnKB.\CV.
'fruin] ci - V -1 >itiii| ly rjil .til ti wtill.
Trumpery Diimpli hud ii great lull ; ,
All .litil.V horses itiiii ?ill Jcir/ii IIICII
Lau i |uit the I ru in pery together ?cjain I
SliSl M ? lt Y.
(Vn.fodi ?.iti- i in.ii ty
Was horn i m Moiiilnyi
('ll iT Kt i'll i il on TuesiliV,
Siekciiuil on tl eilucs.lay, I
Vi i y ill on TIIUIMI.IV,
Yt ortte mi I 'rid i v,
I'ii il mi Saturday,
Ito rti',1 mi H ii tulay.
A ml Heil I- the dill
nt Culi fi iloratc-CiruiuIy !
-./. (1. .Wc.
COMMUNICATED.
A ri lite? Inserted innliT titi- In ml ?re written hy
..mi.-p.Mi.lriii?. Wcshall h.. el.il to piihilch .om
liiiinie.il mn- . I 'merit. I,m ,| , not hobt otii bclvca re
sponsible lur IJ i . -1 ? -i ullin, m-.
LETTER PROM A SLAVEHOLDER.
'. Comet- Importing rhiiiiu'c ol' lillie au I ..tute?,
Hi nell h your ciyslul tie--. - in the .-ky."
Iii: I j > i r' ? ? i :.- lu my laid, vyhieli 1 liopc von
reei ivi i?, 1 tn it Hy levicwoil lin: duty of r u iner
imi-'ii- to tlie fi.-, ilm. ti, with Some general re
miuks mt tl.e Un I ?j ci. Y.ii il -ir.il that the
|)ICCC> sllOlilll lie -hoi!; hi lli e I liilVC llVliidetl
onie ce--ny eliilinriition. ns ct'eiyhody wotilil
nt once cleat 1 ? understand my ..' j et. iippreci
iit? tin ttt.tli am! propttcty of iii y sentiment*
on a pi i pi exilio nuil 11 H njil i! -o' j it, nuil ?.ive
nie credit Lu u sincere desire that it i ninth m ty
ililli.; .mr lol. I-, ami that our freedmen, si'is
.1 ..I lin holiest un. i.lion ol" tin white ti.mi,
III ?i y put lin ii ? m rgit .> tu itiilii-ti inti-i [>u i suits;
? tut await with patience 'lie flt I li I men t nf linn
iv ni n . i st mill most aident desires.
1 tildi th" fte. (Ine t: now to pill)se un i ri lt. et
- a .; i ni I political change in.- mitt' taken place,
ucl ih.y me uiilv culler! upon to -how to t Le
iv ni id that the li] nek man can pmpeily appro
i ii?, ti, . hlcssiuus nt" freedom ; and it lille hi!
r.jolce?i xv Ith um.iL et,-d (Itli^lli li Iiis political
i-hniige, that Le i- willing lo ie. i ?ve educiitioti,
r.xtend it to lu? children, and thus pi epa ie diem
for t.'.e c.verei<e of inestimable pt it di
Fici dinon! don't neel et tour former musters.
If tt?i? has blessed you with liberty, In: menus
dru yon me to ii-" ti with wisdom ; und, in
. lead o? turning away, eather ii n > ti ml them in
Lind I emembi ailee ol the lillie fi heh nil llilk?
hailed lilis jot nu- .. euroli, und all nltke enjoyed
[bc (dessillas ot the day ; -tv ile-ll it tvus ti i-Vu
[.i<ll und tiuie'-lioiiorcil custom to tm ct nbc
ttfih ii riiiii tbc upland liitvi?, nil tl loni with
rl.dif.lit uiiiither Christmas morn. Meei your
ronner musters un the sun ii rc ; confer together
honestly for lite future; i-tin-r into cont runts for
ii. it t ii o 1 beni fit ; work futthfulty thc Allotted
i nillir, und iv hen this is over return to ymir
htiniCs, {?tither your families ur.mud yon, mid
ttiib tin- iud of yuin old musters, improve your
mind-, und (it yotirselv.is to exercise in tine
tithe the political privileges which you tire tle
hiinus ot consummating. Kind and fricndly
lei line? tow ard.- your old unisteis cannot take
a woy 6'?e jot ut yui;r rights and privilege*; ; mid
a.s time obliterates thc I i li.liuai ks, you will lee!
proud tba!, instead ot utilising the bo ni of free
dom, you have Os'.d it .is il a.let Lal heritage.
When l'ompoy thc Incut, lifter tlc: batik- of
IMiuts.din, th d lo i.-iypt, alni nu the lonely sen
-Lon f. ll heuetitli llie dtiggt ts of his treacherous
friend-, who of ali who hu I left with him staid
with bini, - staid lo jiuy the last honors to one
who bail stood the toual tu impt-thi) (Jiesnr :
Why. nojie but bis faithful freedman Philip,
vt ho gathered up th-- w ood on the sdn.ro (after
the habit nf the I.dihtiiis), burnt tin: hotly of hts
oiice ev,..,! iiinster, raked together hts ashes, mid,
depositing them in lins dreary spot, ended to
hts memory a nide stone, upon which he int
setibi'd tho-e woid.s, which; thou.-h tine to the
illustrious dead, did immortal honor to the
ft ci dulan'.*, heart and lieut! -
Ile who deserted a monument can tu.? scarce (InJ a
t iiml..
Kimi u.
KiJMMKr.vii.i.i:, S, ('., Dec. '21. 18115;
111 .ti; I'm nu: Stn.- I have scaled myself lo
write von a lew lin is in hopes that you ti ill Iiml
room tor them in t our paper. 1 hate not milch
I'XpiTtencii in .writing, ?ml vim will please cor
ree I all mistake- A few words tba; I have to
relate io you iiitiy interest sonic. Many of our
reg'nii'iit hiivi? ht?iui nhiirtii from our ile,ir wjvi'i
ami tittlc* children for near three year-, ami we
bute; in gel back again jo th?1 enjoyment nf
lioinc mill li louds, ami the blessed freedom which
now belongs lo tis anil our families, ll Iludo is
one tuan thal will conic lut waul, ?ind say that ive
llave not obeyed all the orders that hutt- been
giren to tts, throughout all ol' our marciu s in thc
States of Florida nial South Carolina, them we
will no: ask lnr ujiy more privileges when weare
mustered oat ol service, We hope to show tlui
whiles ol' Solidi CiirnHiih Ihat thc black's can i.i|>c
?.an* ol'ilii'iiiSidves. For I know (hat lie fore thu
rebellion die black niau had lo make his own
grub, and thal of his master, also, ami his mas
ter's children to maintain, though lu- had no tux
es m pay Um taxes will not he ilitlleull with thc
privileges ol' freemen.
I am very thankful that die Loni has been so
good lo us nuil all nf tho Union annies. I pray
linn toe Lord may have this Stale sn Settled thai
everybody mat, il".Hey will, make their own sup
purl by their labor. Von will sec, yourself, that
soiiietliing can Lc made ol'lim black mau, as has
been proved. Jt makes a groat ninny while peo
ple mad io see the colored man go straight kir
wan! lor his righis. May wo live to see our coun
try ah!e to give its our rights, und *o live in lins
world that the world which shall come after
death may be plea-ant to us, ami enjoy the celes
tial homo ol' our rather and Saviour Jesus
Christi Thi.-t is my prayer. Amen.
Sergi. SIMON SCOTT, CO. J, 85th C. T.
Sc.\iiii:itvii.i.i:, S. (J. Die. 20, I8n"?
DRAU Sui,-I'riiit hiv a few lines nimm iii?
!5tli Hegt. li has hoon on HIM I the bes! regiment
[hut was in thii Holli, hut it lilis stillcrnd mu ii
-ino: il has Inten in camp; Wc must pill mir
Inri in tin.? I .nhl, who helped its ? ?ti f ul' inn iii'
lights'. Hui wo hilve stillend IIIIIO?I lor mir color
in tho past, timi still fool I liv curse ul class dis
I incl ions. 1 honestly think Hull Hie choired pop
lile iii South ('.ii'olina cnn show tis lair speci
mens i if humanity :i* can I?- louiul m Hie United
Stillos, lt has hoon sii'nl liv n while man thal our
mee Cinihl m.-vcr riao; luit I? lorn three yea s have
I> t.-..-<! I holieve ivl: >hal have risen coiisiih'rably
uliove thc condition of slavery. Th?' ii li white
nein may theil he poor. Oiir icyiineiii lina heoii
ill lliajiy lilli's, niel lu-t III ni} III ll. (mt -. of
them -lill li vi . ai il air po pal eil lo ii o more hal
ile for Hie ililli I .UH HOW ll' .ir t u i-lil v five
yous ol tige, ami In? tu re loiig I ii ?pc to hi- a flee
L'iiV/on ol Hu (.Un. I Man-. I piny io. the j .??hi
for our i ilil.-, liiiil I li el lli.U tin- I .Ord ivill be
willi ii- as lom; a- we live
I..VIIUv J A.MI:S. (Jo. H., .'15th ( '. T.
Secession Gleams.
Cinlii tin-in..-i -lull republish weekly, ?!\tr:ieti
fi 'bili ;S ml lui II lilernrv wurki, |iret|iieo<l iliirllif! tie'
Ki ln Iii.m. tli il mir ri i li r i III IV ju l.-.' ni the faithful
li-n! .- .lltln ru pr<o-1. n- ?ell ?- kliui? ???.lt l ite
in lilli-,I tli> poiir llil'l lullOI'ilie; claribell of thu .-nulli,
Ililli the l mill lill.H.i Mlit.eeile.l.
THE GLORY OF GOD, THE DE
OF THE SOUTH.
,V lUSCOl'lt-l: lilliviltl.il IS" lill; Ml.TIIOOIST
lii'iseoi'Ai, etieiicii sot III, VOHKVII.I.I:, a. e ,
JCIiV, ?a i'll i lSiil, Till: OAT ol NATIONAL
'i HANK -1 ; i \ INO run THU vicroiiY AT M\.N
A--A- ; li\ Itl.V. J iMN T; WttiliTM.VN.
?? An l Hie I.ur l u;!l i ri .oe upon ev rv ilw-cllttc.!
1.1 rt.i Mount /.nm. lilli! li|utll tier a--eml.li- i . I nnl
..mi Mu 11 kc liv ?j ?iv j mill tho -niuin" ul j HaniiU", lire liy
iuilit j I ir up.m .ill Um glbiy ?-l"?ll li>' a deii-tiro.',"
I-A. ll , ll.
The ellice ot' u fJhtiatiiin min ister is tu ?lea. li
ii j ? i nt ?t II co ? y ri Ho.husi divine wutrnui in i.voi
-ha.lowing lin- tuition willi tin: " bunion nt pro
(ilieey." Kvcll lb wini ..ame to ii ii. em poised
:.! lu? omission tu .-hu! patriotic tearsuVvi .ti m
-.1 -i.. II... iiiiihiissiulur nf the Prince ol I'Oiicc.
should not needlessly niel: into Hi- stoiih of
hattie, or toto tim uni;ry tie hu tea nf tin- forum,
yet lie siiuuhl studiously piiilit the ive nf the
nation to ibo. cloudy pillar ot Ihovideiice dts
ullmg blessings on the " dwelling-piucos of
Mviuii*. /..on," un 1 leu -lug ihe host to .. triumph
gloriously ,7
Fi uni this ginerid siir.voy fix your eye on one
rip?ti tiie heit of Colton Si.iti a. niel inquire
what position i Iii* j" oeeiipy m thc ititerjiluy el
lite A heels nf I .'ru vj ?tl in : A- " family of the
U.-tiiiaiiie iiieu tiny hilve a mi-sioii in cOiniiKin
?i*f*h tltt* oilier bnillilili'S, eacb ill its ow l! sjihore.
(/^ri,r.,ii&.vHitut?uii, v*?,tS XU'? X^rth .Hoyt ...aol.
iu un iiidenviidtiiitj timi in u common ctrele of
labor, What, then, is oms : Ia thc South tn piny
H subordinate part to om: of these powers : or
does she possess independent attributes qunlil
iyiiig her lor nu independ? i-.l lillico: II re i.re
iuvxluiustable ii'gricuhiinil treasures which tf.e
wm Ul dimunda, and whwh ni e deposited in no
other spot hom pole to peile. True, ?t m re it
hellion rilli ce to he coininissiiriiil o!' mankind ;
tine, eu the temporary suspension of :t. sup
plies, processions of unit bets it ti 1 children stag
ger lt rou^b ibo strocis bf N< w York i??yvliii?
fm broad; trie, ships ure totting in the ?en.
?jatos of commerce, and million's of lipeiativesi
in humpc ur?.- rlamniing lor work, with hungry
graves before their eyes more chill' iridia lo re
el iv? them; tine, Hie splendid capitol of Hie
United State- already begins to fulfill tl..- pro
phecy : "the cormoran! and the bittern shill I
p.ioaeas"it ; the owl, nish, ii nd the niven sbidl
dwell iu il; ned he shall streich on*, upon it the
line of coufusitui ?nd He- -tones nf ctuptim s. ; "
tine, the crown heads of Clvili/.tUioil au- in dis
inay, the foundations of two liciuisphi res slit),.,
w ith Hie death throes of COllltnoico, lind illU'ictlt
cities stK'.ul nghiist nt the prosptiMiv picture ol
a nu I; ed und hungry winter ; yet I use tu it sub.
lune aspect of our position. * ? ? Cotton
is kim;. ?? ? *
l'!n- Cition Si.?tes occupy c. position still
inure couunundiiie?. Across llioin timi the
brcukwittel to Piipid nuil pitgiin n|*t;ressioii. The
Hade ship freighted with their wortlth, beconu -
a winged siincupiry caryin^ Hit les mid mission,
mies to every land ; the iiuiniifiietory propelled
hy thin prol)t wi ave- the wibof Hie .?iieinl U
biie; mid th? cjlnulet Of die pies, duned hy
thur spriiigs of imbi su y throws ott ehuielios
und colleges ?iud eolossal Iutolleets. The eottoii
ir.ide keeps ihe li.Ide itnthe press iinder the
control of Protest inti-in.
Discovery und conquest, language mid litera
ture, have udded domains to the kingdom ol
Christ, lint the fnlds of thc South h.ive built
the bulwarks of /.ion, equipped missionaries,
uviuigphped Africa, touched n llious?iul springs
nf h-lu-yol-iiee, ?ml gathered witi-.in tlje bosom
of the church iiiexliuiistahlc reservoirs of wealth
urn) power- Ihiglit the South, mid (Jhri-liuiiiiy
fitlls puru))-/.ed cn lier allais, l'.n'riipturiiie vii?
ions bjctik on the gu/e of Ibo prophet, rind
stratigcl)- do.s ho coiiut-ct tho triiimphs of thc
gospel with the products of tho .-oil. . .
'l'he South lays her first fruits on the iiltnr rd
Christianity, mid her institution is tho garden
of tho brid.
. * (jud blessed the lund, mid gave to Ham
tho privilege of iiiltigaiing his curse by lipread
ing Christianity with the labor of his bauds.
Simon of Cyr?ri? hore thu croas of Jes?s.
? . . . .
Tho eminence of the South is the result of
her domestic, shivery, the feature which ^ives
churuetcr to her history nod which marshals the
.night)' events now nt work for her defence mid
perpetuity. Folio w ing the guidance of l'rovi
'It lit t , sill* ? HM I o'? I ?tl ill" liv. Iv ul I. ll -, tvllcni'l
MIC red iv.il her laws mil in-t it ut unis frnni tit.
hand i.f (iud. lier con-lit u-um received lin
liuishhig touch fi .mi Christian ktutcsint il, ii iii
reflects the licciiiiiiiliiti.Ml wi-do-n ol'ugo*. 1; wu.,
nut exlenijinrci It \\ u- tl." id rr tv ervstnlizutioi
jul" tl Util illili ju-itic?! It fi 11 helft' . Ititi) ;i
nm--if lilli .t urk I n ? lt** d-d'eiice tif 'Cid istiuii
liln ity. IT t poetili ir in-:i"itioii l i- I u its vt u
Ililli tllC .Sample ?if p'ttl Pltcl.S illili piOpllCt.
; tin- ?Xi.; ubigtlij |ititi ms>itn!totl ul M iM -, the np
. pmvul of ttp'jsilos, fi ml, II hit vii ?lil, th?- s nit thin
j iitul smile of tint Son of ti 1. In lin: sixtl
j chaplet ol r,pli>.-ian- l'.itil ii i'. ir"- it tn in: lie.
' 'Ullin:: to the util if tiwi, " setvuiils, lc ohed?.
. t.: iii ill-Mil who tir>.';yuut ina-ict-, ni.eortlins: tt
I the ll -sh ; a- :li' s>i vitiit? nf ('lui-', doing tin
! trill nf H id fr nu tin' lu ur'." ll -t" '- the ?li f. tu
..I the S iii th- -" the \t ii! of (I,, !." 11 r g ,v.
?t'lititciit ii bililt ni thc Hihi". . . ?
? . * Oat -:.I'I- II-ii h itv ib'fiv.d II
I M'licn.c tu 1 iv ti i!iu:>- un i....- ?iitil to -upp'-ii
; thc ttiii uiul tu .i shibli-h un iud- pi ?ul :.: u''t
jctnhiviit. I Itir gi amii ii s f?i.'d wan lou-.? int
. micki thc kl.'j1 ul a pull, y \\ !.:t.11 tt1.!] tn ike "'ii
eiii'liliiS li'.k the i!u-t, illili tic - .:. iii 1 tl. limul
of I.ump? ?lu i.li',-atic" tu tl. - i vejiim: stat
II nu igu.i; froth th" .-muk" "f hi':!, ?villi a bril
I lint.cy ll,a' ca-:- tin m li mi t i f ii .p . i.-vt-t th
Pit hole hullZoil ..!" ?.uistinnitv
j . . ? Thu.?; you thc (i . l nf Ci 1
' eon uti ! nf ll uak and ol' Samson nit ! nf .1- ph
tlie. ni 11 it v lt I iilsii, \t iii pt itiiit un ul.'ti fti'it ti
binti tip the fl t.* his that ilothe ?hii?'.i iu:'y i"?|i
1 th.-.-kn .-': Think you tile ?nigel,of tilt; chiudt
' pillar whit .-t.att.TS tho cull ot I."av. ii nvt r oil
li-iils un.I vales, tv :!! ulioty th-- r?roi//i and rirjili .
tlutetuWl hum thc d-ut und -.' i,-;/.? t, v of tlc
Npitli to i'.lt up liol) lireittl M iii to nourish ti.i
In ai ci > ol' ile .iii.: Think voil 'any inlhaiioe ii
, tin at mi. - u t ni lia vies Cou bl mindi du tc : lc idii
j agents of t'lu i-liai.ity --tl.- pf-- aol steam
j ll.ivv, thin, cut thc sbivw*. of slivery, that givt
I life tin?! I tieigV to the-e ligvtit.s 5 I ?uni; yiiii ?
jjii-t timi "iii ai?o'.v Northern - \ ii 1- to cut ii]
laud ?lispoil tie- South, blot "<:: bei Itiicity.piir
I aly/.e civilization, tinilihiliiie itiiihcti.ihlc rights
und blast tin- plan- ol' Pru Vi i ncc i.-Suiiig tu tip
UiliVeiaiil lilia.ph ol' Chi ?S'.l.ilUty i Will
! tt ould he guned : ::? it hy i- Could lill- Smith II :
! compilait bet un.u, t-horit ut h r strength b;
union with tlc North, or crushed hen a:L ?
j military ih-pui.-ui ': She iiit:st tiiuiiiph timi b<j
j come iii iepentleiif. t ? i i will di I n 1 lils pi >v;
lichee, viiiibcuU' lu; ilvcrec, uiid blusjt every ut
tempt tu abolish thc institutions of tin' fi ii ti t li
I thal create hut iiuuiuuis intel piny und depend
chet' iiuioug uutiotii, and ctiiiiji Christianity fo
her cch'.tlii!"..;--!' ... Iliveyo ?..!(.tl.? cnn
it o ti ibm reduced Fort Sumter end ussertctl he
I independ? ncc. Aul when thc invader ?vii!
i hooting and Stum r-.-ts came tu Metliel " w
! l h te tv down our ri ii-: und niet tin m with con
?stalk?." - tlc nug? 1 in the ?luid looked in ll.
i face of thc foe, und a thou-iud liv ?lead i tl tl.
i Held. The "grand army" advanced to Man
j tissas, with bugle un i hantier tim! Lampe:
'moving In flin- i: tvi.lls of hon and forests u
bayonets j chivalric knights und cautious Con
? grcssmou, idhi gull-tut hindi's mil guy winne
tl rotigi I frutn the ivipital, dancing with liiert
wilie to grace the nluinph. Unwind it r??llc
i
! in the pomp anti cin -.tm-t ince el tt ir, w nh rain
nun and carriage* und hnttdctilf i la Indi cd fri
" Ithdimoiid."' At Sabbath satirist*, tl t-h >1 Wit
anticipated victory mid lilmitcihwuh lu-:, Mili
column- pu-., nu w md, ll inkjtl by iirtill rt un
supported hy ic.-erve; but th?.angel m thc pi'
'lar ot' tire ll i-licd '.he watchword along uni hi'.
He line
(iiiike-for your alt ir- uieJ ymir lite* ,
Strilii'fur Iho iir?'i.'|i graf.-.. -I tom Hires;
I ?od atel tull? ll it ll. Loni :
un i i te the -un had Set veter hu columns ha
. I mehi d nw av, batteries wi re tiikon, Congress
! uicii capttitcd, ily'nig bur.-, theil .inti pairic-sti?el?
i ii h t: a!.on-, at. 1 tm li? eilt geiu'tuls, und tem
tliiil tv dinon - * il - 1 in the twilight and nf: the!
I tents uiul th. tr hoi -e-. ? ven the c'iniji tis it tt m
und they Ho I int ? thc J ot dan ; mil lo; nil th
way wu- lull of gannon's tn-! vessels which th
Syiiuiis hud ca-', away in ll., ir hiisto.'' '. Th
. right hand, O bord, lilith L eonie gbirtoiis i
power; thy liglit h.in.1. i > 1. ni, huh .ii-!..
in piece- thc cie-my." .. I'icy said, 1 ti ill pur
.-tie, 1 w ill oveititke, I tv ill divide tl..- spoil
j my lust shall ic iVatisiied on them : 1 will ilia i
iny Minni, my hand .-li di destrot them. Thii
did-: liliiw iv i t ll thy wm I. timi [lc SCH envere
thein ; they sank u- lead in the mighty waters.
. . ? ? ?
Need we further j?r?f?f of (Sod's providence
tiltil our enlis? i- j'l-t.: that the South ttdi ti i
u m pb ? ? ? * Thc triumphs ti
Christianity rest this very hour on shivery ; inn
shivery ?l? po ml s hp the tiiuiuph.s of the .-i nit:-.
The hand ?if (iud lins fevered tin- nation v
perpetuate lld- institution, und i- inflicting j i
tl ic iii I punishment on ii people who have at
tempted to vi?lale hi- tl ?'cre? ; .' I Itim shall bi
a bondsman." The war i- thc servant of jd ri v.
cry ? . " * ?
. . If Sin tn gave 'h.. S.iv.our, ant
Jiipheth established his king.loni, i' i- 1 f: Li
Hutu to usher in the milletiiiliii. Incapnhle o
self-presetvation, hi- produetive lahoi cut mil)
he hro-.ighl out initier the gun! mee of a supe
rior race. Yet it is sn idrmilicd with the tn
mnphs ot (he church, linn the daughter o|
Alriea is the " belo veil " of the Spouse. " 1
um black, hut heantiful. C ye daughters ol
.Ionisaient, ns thc tents of Kellar, ns the rut.
iain- of Solomon. Look not upon nie hccim-i
I am black, because the sun hath looked upon
nie; iii y mother's children were angry with inc;
they in it ile me thc Is'-optr nf the vineyards ? i,,,!
illino own vineyard bate I not kept." Do ni cn
of higher pretensions scorn sn agent so humble ?
MISCELLANY.
GE?'L. DEVJ?INS AND THOMAS
SIMS.
Ti. 'in ."? S his was on . of tho fugitive slaven
V?i !i M .--.. Lu-cl ts, otit ?f respect fur law,
T ?.i*T ' 1 to lie i ur;i"'l in slavery. Charita
! > >. ii?, j . w ii iii Unite.I States Marsh?! who
iillieiutuii iii iii.' ur rest und rendition uf Sims,
I'lie presen ne of 'i ii. I) vena in our midst, ni
un ?ni oituiti uiiU: irv u;n:. y m uki.-s Iiis his?
tuiy ?if interest i i iii. ..ul thitt lbs obloquy
nt in- . iii :i?i! a . . i .i, 1.1 ?.mi ease may no
i inger ni u !.. : .jiu; ition un 1 injure bis sphere
..: U" !'iiln"s* we publish iii" following Utter : -
lilli.:, li...M i.vili.i M Mt IA Clltlill.
(). ni! tho li il .ii e - which slavery produce
..i. i .. H ... 1 think tlnii nf meanness i- .t^;
n. i-t i i.:.-j. eu MI- ; lid', its vat iuds dein^-^i ?j
mg i.-H.'ittSi ni! nvei ;'i- country, cannot l??l'?fi
11111;eil. N ) liing '..:i he iiiiiie iliaustrous than
?? i? i tit i iilli.-i ni- b-euveen the 1:1 tv of the ?and
lind ihotttl convieti un nf the ?i ??pie. In New
?'....'iiui. i e v r II'ie f. tr 1 tw ti tu >u ii ts lil tn ?Mt to a
t - ? 11 - t -hug ; atilt tv heh .> iti.q'ihy is framed
in!ii H ?iiw ," the sin ?- 1 i; . ; l.nt of poisoning tho
- . ii. ti'., li.-.. ? alni conscientious men union
fi q'ienrly g.-: tii?ungted in tins eoiitltct of du
'. - ; itml '. i Lt i- ! r them if they can pre
- : vi- ti;-.t integrity, alter they b tve subordi
na.. 1 i..'- Ililli .. to the lower law, tb JUgb will?
til . ; lea tliat they lire iii ?' l?y p .i fuming a evil
duty.
1 Ipi ve met with 6 h ii rem ar ki? ble case of il.it
..... :. i:n ! 1 it t?o- - ik . ot in mot il influence I
think ?viv - i'i h.- i "' jt.i. J. .Some month*
tefl irv lb" war bink.' out, ii friend showed me
. onie l' tt.-rs from I' . i i- Sun*; expressing till
urti st tiesii t ?,ob iin'hii freedom. Iii? tuai?
ter ii i 1 ,? innis, t lo let bun bd\ loui-eii for
. '. I: ...i- a lilli; -om ; hui i lll'-il lo ru ?se
i: by iv t it t i g mini*, letti r-, mi-; bf them to pci
- :.- u. .; ? ... .? jin? heated ia the rendition of
Sm-. M my ..t I t; t - were answered ; otil
?is brough! IM li-jutribiitiuiis; Th? Hun. Joba
I'. II i j el iw, wiiu ? i- M ivor ul ll j-tni nt tho
, time lui.? vi*.)* wu* so deeply tlisgiaeud by tb it
iuhutiiuii .: iii-. i??. i ?ii, sent tm- S?J, with expr?s*
- i:.- ol' r.'gr .' tlii: lui eX'ietiiiOu ot ttl'.' law hud
. mu di . him to take such u course. A sliort
lime u"' r I u mini ti -.1 these operation-, I wu*
isltinishcd Ly the toll ?wing nore from Worcest
! cr, Mus*. ;
"Mr. cuit.i? : ?'-v.nve heard that you nra
trying ,., r,,i-,e ii. univ i" redeem Thomas Sima
fi mn ' hiv. rV. lt .ion have l ciel ved any contri
btiti?Vis . ?cuse return ibein to the donors, ns 1
ii'li-h t .*....".- '*14'?.' the eSitire M?H niV-vIfr'-i.. UvSttiV
v^-i.i're.-peCifully, (J,,**. lii;V?i?5,CJA. ?^ ir?
In iii?kiijy my applications, I had chanceJ to
0 vet ibu? Mrj lK'Vir.',, though I knew he hud
?acted its U.S. M'tralial at tho lime of the rendi
! lion of Suns. According to bis request, I re
turned tile contributions I had received ; and,
. in writing io thunk bini, 1 informed him of the.
1 High price demanded, titi replied ti;;?', the sum
wa* subject :.) my brdei whenever I etiose to
. t'.l tor it. The feeling of indignation which I
flinn erl y lind .iga inst lum wits changed to rc*
. ?ieel ?ii,I admiration ; hui when I wrote to lum,
1 roubl no' refrain from giving lum a little
. itu ' ? velo.irs-merely saying Miut he reminded
inc of ihj Senator in .. Uncle l'otn."
1 wen- itu ped inten l* m the way of eotn
iiiu:iieiit;.tig with Thomas Suns, and before tim
?iff i r emit ba safely ari tinged the ouibicak of
i-t vii war rendered negotiations with Southerners
muna: Mable. Mr. Devehs, though well estab
lished as a lawyer, i i.'ti ' I;a'.ely volunteered hi*
; serviee? fur the defence ot' th:' country, und re
! eeivt'il H tn >j ir's u iintiiission fro n Li.iv. Andrew.
Ile is still lit tlic .u ny. hiving f night bravely
'through witt; Ile was severely woundeii
nt Fair i lin-., nu', agnin at Uh tnceilorsville.aiid,
in iiUrnerriiis h i'll .- lias ftirly earned h.s pr?sent
rank uf brevet maj u-g 'iterul.
, in a recent letter to ni", he write* : *'It is *v
s ilisbiction ;o me thu I h ive had a reasonably
iietiv'e ?liri in lin- great struggle which has.re-.
s ii Itcil ui the emanetp tti m of till th-j iviiycs. 1.
agree with you Ibitt Midnige o ugh; vc Lc g^vetv
lo ;'..? negroes, though with cerliin resttieticini,
a- t.. eil ira ti in, the bi the restrictions being a j?
l'dicil to all Uhiie m :i who shall voie liereufter.
1 lie liberty of no rucie eui be safe if deprived oT
;h;s righi a- a : a e. Injustice,, followed by civil
comm ni, will be tb.- inevitable result of such,
i a deprivation.*'
Thoma* Suns mari ted oiler he was. returiipcl
to shivery, un i when the United States nrn;tv.
united i.? this vicinity, he contrived.to eonyey
himself, wife mid child into their oainp. \Vhgn.
he hgitin arrived in Massachusetts, (rei?. IVvcns
stol him, through me, a. present of $IQ0,, to.ott
sist him lill he cuni il get into business. I calL
ili tt mini u tine hern, in thc highest and IjosC
stiiMC nf the tenn ; and 1 think nil your readers
will agree with me. L. M.titi.v I'IULD.
Pres. lori I Johns m s.-nt a thspHteb to a friend
nt Nashville, Tenn., on iii'.' 10th, iirgino, the
jtt?siige nf th" negro lestinvinyhill. Hid saying:
.lt is to be regretted tb it inc Legislature his as
yit taken no step indicating that publie semi
nient is moving in the right direction." Tho
president bas no scruples about u.-ing hts moral
mili cuco with to* southern Iriend**. ii\ favor of
tc fol m.
Secretary S .?wu rd by order of thc l^-esident
sent tlUpatehe* to the I'rovisionnl Govern
or anil Ooyeriior el? et of South Carolina, simi
lar to those addressed tn the same officials in
Alahnmn and l?rorgiu, din cting Oov. Pi'rry to
retire from, and the Governor elect to assum*
the duties of, the gubcrhalional oiHcc.

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