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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly phoenix. — 9 December 1871

??nu - . ^ rr- in - i 11 ? ? - ? i i i ? -ii ir .jj j m i .? -lin i -ti- ?? rmiTT i m -inntr Tri-ir ir^_-_aagBHHgttSBS!~J.-mutMmm TRIWEEKLY ??? PHONIX. __.___ _ _ _*__*_? tjjwHPES t\tfjyjWBB^Byflw * "Let onr just Censure ^j^^^^jSj^^fe^T Attend the True Event." BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER ?), 1871. VOL. VII-NO. 112. ^ggg g y- i g gfcjg jj Tita fiar Btr?n&?9<? Bjlaiiiicr. . BV A? MIISCQY?. nUOK; , When Freedom, Bick oj Plymoath.F.cck, " ' Its blarney and its social treasons; < bink ot tho na? al-twanging flock. That orowd her couria for selfish reasons; Hiok of the lohg? enormons bills Paid thieve? for plundering wlom th oj dare to; ' ' And eiok ot all tbo thone and ills That Freedom, in this land, ia heir to; : Hoart-eiok to Bea her sacred flag, Willoh grand "Old Hickory" once saluted. By every louey scalawag To pelf and plunder prostituted Sb? swore, that'ero lte fold? ohonld llok . The dost for theft and thoae who plot it, Rlio'd furl it up...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly phoenix. — 9 December 1871

COLUMBIA. S. C. Saturday Morning, December 9 1871. Ttl? Hing, the Pl?nderest-?, ?nd tko Co? lored People-Oar Coarse. Any one who baa been reading the Columbia Union ol late will readily per . oeivo what the game of the ring and itu allies is. The Union ia the willing tool of the ring and their aider and abettor, It will perform ita an tica, and gothiougt its Japanese-like tricks, just as Scott, Parker or Kimpton may pull the string i' that moves ita petty soul. It may bi called the Scott-Parker-Ktmpton-ite, or ' better still, the BOBBBBS/ OWN. Whet we desire to seo indications of the dc vices that we must expose pro bono pul ?feo, we no tie*, the drift of the Union articles. For this reason, we notice i i. For this purpose, we watoh it. Othei wise we would leave it to TOBC unnotioe ' in its oorrupt bed. What, now, has been the marked pu _ pose of late, ever sinoe we have drive home upon the ring their monstroi swindles, and suggested the hitherto u oponed sea of fraud-not unopene ; ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly phoenix. — 9 December 1871

*^m*mmmmamm*tnmnmmm?tmmmmtm**mm**uummmmm^^ NOON DESPATCHES. RADICAL auooKss nt- SPAIN-THIBRS1 MES 8AQB-GRAVE SITUATION IN FRANCS - NO HOP H FOB rna BEOOVKRY OP THE FBTNOB OF WALE8, *C., 40. VKBSAILOBH, Deoember 7.- Thiers* message, wara s the Dop a ties never to forget to what depths of wretched n?es th? ampire had led the country. Franoo should now look for oompleto re-organi? zation to God and to time. It was her poliey to endure dignified peace, bat ufaoufd ?ar occur, despite her determi? nation to remain at peace, it should not be her deed. Fronoe most resume the position to which ehe was entitled, not only for ber own good, bat is the inter? est of ell nations. MADRID, December 7.-Tho municipal eleotions ara over. Of the members of the Madrid Counoil, the Radicals hare elected 75, the Republicans 20, and the Ministeriais only 5. Retorna are slow from the province, bot those so far re? ceived indicate that the Radical party have been everywhere suooesaful. LONDON, December 8.-Th...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly phoenix. — 9 December 1871

(KUMBIA, s, c. Friday Morning, December 8.1871. ? ?Popular View of Onr State Pluunc J, and Oar Financial Condition-No. M. 'Before proceeding to tbe matter of ie sums raised by taxation by the pro? mt administration, let us briefly aug ?sest some conclusions, based npon the ?resent State debt.,. Assuming that the ?tate1 debt is now $15,767,908.98, and Beaming farther, that it should be fixed pon ns, the an anal interest at six per apt. would amount to over $945,000. [ta this tluiro be added the sum of 900,000, whioh, in November, 1870, tbe omptroller-Qeneral states as the sum eoessary for running the State Goyern leut, we have tho enormous sum of 1,845,000, to be raised by taxation, and :iis, too, exclusivo of the Oouuty taxes, rhioh will, upon au average, amount to bree and a half or four per oent. on the oneral taxes. Again, assuming that the landed debt of the State is $20,855,000, s fixed by tho joint investigating com a it tee, the nnnual interest, at six per tont., would amount...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly phoenix. — 2 May 1872

THE DAILY ''Let oar just Ce n rare o Attend the True Event." BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 1, 1872. VOL. VIII-NO. 36. Tb? Umughter. Tile oid niau sits beeide the look, Where ?ltdey dries the water; Tho old wife, io ber faded frock, still knit?! eua nods bj? tho cottage clock; Bat ?hi the little daughterl i MOU no more her loving eyes, I hear no more her low rondes Alas, ala?! the d aug h tori At dawn tba bird? begin to sing, And o'er and o'er lue water The swallow flits with winking wing; Toe old folks waka with the waking epringf Out ?bl tho little daughterl No more to list tba onckoo'a call Mio roams the woods of tho Manar Halt Alas, alasl the daughter! Hid-aummer brought the >onng Earl back, The lord of wood and water; II ? mot her in the greenwood track Ills eyes wore wondrous bold and black Ali, mel the little danghterl Ho whispered, "Trust me, Ol mine own!" Hho wept, VI live for thee alon? 1" Alas, alaal the daughter! Hlow moved the weary mon tba t...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly phoenix. — 2 May 1872

COLUMBIA, S. C Thursday Morning, May 2,1872. Th? l?ew City Bonds. The Union pretends that it is arable to understand our position with regard to the sale of the new city bonds. Our previous artiole was intelligible enough for any person of ordinary capacity; but, for the benefit of the Union, and as we desire to say something further on the matter any way, we will take occa? sion to define our position, so that even our wayfaring cotemporary may not err therein. In our candid judgment, there is no assured benefit to the city, no matter what sum of money may.be realized, by the sale of the banda. As mnoh as $175,000 or $200,000 may be received, and pass into the control of tho Council, aud yet Columbia never have a City Hall, new market, or other adequate public improvements. The uniform course of Radical officials in this regard, in every single moneyed transaction relating to State or municipal affairs, does surely justify serious apprehension on this Boore. But, ns we said before,...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly phoenix. — 2 May 1872

i 'TEM LJ JS3C3?-aE*.^L3r?*I3CIO Foreign AflTalrn. LONDON, May 1.-A letter from Emilio Cuatelar explaius the troubles in Spain uitil tbe cause of the election outrages, lin says the oppoueub* of tbe Ministe ? alista were outraged by uri eats and im pi ison men ts. The polls were Burrounded b.i Mimaterialists, to prevent the oppo? nents from reaching them. Fcrjea of tim army aud navy went to the polls in legiments, iu line of battle. Their votes wi-re given them by their officers. MADBTD, May 1.-It is officially stated th it the Oarlisb banda have disappeared altogether from the department of Gui puzooa. AmesoanB, the stronghold of the insurrectionists iu the department of Navarre, is to be stormed to day by the Government forces. LONDON, May 1.-Bishop FreBsler, Seoretary of the recent Ecumenical Council, is dead. Prince William Frederlok Houry, of tho House of Nassau, is dead. Correspondents report several minor lights, wherein the Carlista were success? ful. Serrano delays attackin...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly phoenix. — 2 May 1872
Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly phoenix. — 18 May 1875

?;?Yf#,?Ti|AN- A: SELBY. kia-iM .9oVUMOV??rSJde." Oh be*rL nwr b,eart,hoy grange to yearn iMftliiShingd ^Uter for rtiy long-lost ^..peAo&i i ' ill U I?! ' n Hofr.^twig? to flnU tlivHelf nt Jbearen's cease. In 'the fair c?W y whore Kin enters not, And ^frdtwabiitetb everiaating rest. Think you* ?y-ho ill, votir sinn Rball be| Aha yeb\) blextr,r No more, no more to hunger there, for * R>ve; ' *Vf* ' ' ? No xnora to thinrt for Meanings long denied. -/ "Tb^( ^ace in foul with weeping," but above Thou Hhalt h* satin lie d! What shall |t be to feel all fair within! . Pure ?8 the angeLs in tho highest * heaven? Tcrfeelno taotre temptation, and' no sin | Hhat ?eeds to be forgiven. N? more r^piniag- no more vain regret, 3*?:Ssngisg-%b HVdowasad fallasleep ? OhWWaw "my heart? hew strange when <l-'?$e forget Mil T*e Way to Weep! Oh light cliyjne', f hat ?hineth from His In ihe'fair country1 that doth need no Oh! biw sonl, bo thankful that thy r go^en^jwnirr?? '"?uM.v toward #awn, hap...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly phoenix. — 18 May 1875

i * Tnesday Morning, Kay 18,1876. ,r Civet, Good Apothecary. # Where Williams has been there ixf?st be fonlness left, and a big job of cUxmr ing up and fumigation for th* newly appointed Attorney-General. He took possession of his office last Saturday, and, it is said, contemplates making a ment He has; the ?xemple of Secretary. Briatow before' him, as an incentive to the pIRHUBft WTir UnHUry* ir*n6f agreeabl#tftHSil? hnaleiit-be known that toei* *0* attogather plrtaSed with the past reft?nJUrdction policy of the Admi? nistration-in the Southern Stetes, as ?hfjloift ffl?L - ?? W?1 8??tf S Ww when-h* anas lass record that w iliiams Us aed^a prd** j/rpinisiug to send troops to S^ufh f^o'liW when called Upon by. par^sana. Ua that State, upon the informa tion given by John J. Patterson (just after Hhe^ famous fox chase fright and in j the midst of the, profoundest peace) that murders of innopest Jiepublioans wore committed daily and nightly here. The Bpencef bnsineRs in Alabama, the man...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly phoenix. — 18 May 1875

Tslagrsnhic--Foreign Nsws. lioMX, May 10. ?The journal La Voce has been suspended for publishing the Pope's address to the German pilgrim*. \ uinna, May 15.?-The. Emperor Fran? cis Joseph, who has been making a tour of hin dominions, returned to this city to-duy, and was enthusiastically received by the populace. . Paris, May 16.?The National Assem? bly, to-day, rejected the principal clauses of the savings hunk bill, and it was thereupon withdrawn by the com? mittee having, it in charge. The Cham? ber adjourned till Tuesday. The Compte de Chambord has written a letter to a member of the Assembly, in which he declares that he still has hopes that the monarchy will be re-established in France. BxauH, May. 10.?-The priests impri? soned in Posen und the neighboring town&have been released, and informed that evidence with regard to the secret administration of the diocese by a Papal delegate is, no longer required by the Government. The Pad Mall Gazette says: ltussia, an? noyed at E...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly phoenix. — 18 May 1875
Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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