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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 29 August 1865

THE DAILY PHOHX. DAILY PAPER $10 A YEAR. ft 'LET OUR JUST CENSURE ATTEND THE TRUE EVENT." TRI-WEEKLY $7 A YEAR. BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., TUESDAY MORNING* AUGUST 29, 1365. 9. J J THE PHON?X IS PUBLISHED DAILY AND TR I- WE ERL K AND THE WHEKtV 6?.EANE8 EVEBY WEDNESDAT. BY JULIAN A. SELBY. TERMS-IN A D VA N CE. SUBSCRIPTION. Dailv Paper, six months.$5 00 Tri-VVeeklv, " " .3 50 "Weekly, " ?? " .2 00 Single espies of the Daily and Tri-Wceklv, 10 cents; of the Weekly, 15 cents. ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted in either the Daily O?- Tri-Weekly at $1 per square for the first* insertion, and 75 .cents for oach subsequent insertion. In the Weekly, $1 a square. JK3~Special notices 15 cents a line. Important Letter from Bishop Elliott, : of Georgia. A remarkable letter from Bishop El? liott, of Georgia, touching tho possi? ble re-unioD of the Episcapal Church, ?appears in the New York Church Jour? nal, to a letter from the editor of 'which it is a rejoinder. The letter is ?dated Augusta, Augus...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 29 August 1865

f I III COLUMBIA^ Tuesday Morning, Aug. 29. 1865. Thc Depart to re of * Latte Sovereign It is, vre believe, to the late Senator Hammond that we owe the phrase, "Cotton is King," and he employed it, first, in relation to foreign States, and in comparison with their several material powers. And, certainly, had cotton been continued, os the repre? sentative property of the whole United States, upheld by that power, and tenaciously asserted by its cupidity, as well as by its strength, there would be no deposition of the monarch from his throne. Representing the Con? federate Government, exclusively, it was otherwise. He then drew upon himself the hostility of the United States Government, and failed, through their fears, to secura the sup? port of those foreign powers, which were yet largely dependent upon his agency and aid. He was for the time ignored; and England, groaning from the lack of cotton-her machinery silent-her operatives starving-con? tinued to cry aloud, through the small...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 29 August 1865

3Py Telegraph.. From Washington. WASHTNOTON, August 29.-Col. J. S. Mosby left Alexandria on Thursday evening for his home in Warrenton, there to remain until the further or? ders of the War Department. Such -was the excited feeling against him on the part of citizens and soldiers that his life was in danger while he remain? ed in Alexandria, several persons whom he had deeply wronged during the war having armed themselves to kill him. Among the latest arrivals of South? erners in quest of parions, is Fayette McMullen, one of the fiercest seces? sionists, but now claims some merit for belonging to th? reactionary party against Jefferson Davis. McMullen was formerly a member of thc United States House of Representatives, and was afterward in the rebel Congress. The Postmaster-General is gradually extending the postal service South? ward from Richmond, having just concluded contracts for the convey? ance of the mails from that city to Petersburg, and from Petersburg to Weldon, N. C., t...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 29 August 1865

The Baric that Never .Can Return. BY SALLIE M. URYAii Thero floated forth a silent bark Upon a eolomn sea, Its drooping flag was torn fend dark, No light-tower lent a warning spark Alas! alas! it was the bark That bore my dreams from me. That bark-the classic one of yore, that fled o'er ocean's blue The mocking, winged thing that bore Young Theseus from thc storied ehoro, Looked not so sad in lonely yore ? To Ariadne's view! There was a pictured landscape there That I had knelt before; Home with blue eyes and gold-hued hair, Some with dark beauty-oh! so rare! Wore wandering in tho starlight there, To meet my gaze- -no more. That summer scene was sweet with flowers Of every form and hue; And dark green trees and myrtle bowers, "Whore song-birds came in dreamy hours- ; Ah, me! ah, me! that on those flowers Should fall a Upas dew! A palace that the angels made, And painted for mc there. Slept softly in the light and shade, And oft its marble halls displayed A picture that my heart once...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 30 August 1865

TH1E_DAIL p PiREj Ix_ DAILY PAPER $10 A YFAR "LET OUR .TlST CRNSURE ATTEND THE TRUE EFNT." TRI-WEEKLY $7 A YEAR. BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C , AUGUST 1865. VOL. 1.-NO. 109 THE PHONIX IS PUBLISHED DAILY AND TR I- WE ERL Y. AND THU WEEKtY GLE?NEH m EVERT 'WEDNESDAY. BY JULIAN A. SELBY. TER 'MS-IN A %D V A N C E. SUB3CP.IPTIO:J. Daily Paper, six months. $5 00 Tri-Westly, " . :j 50 Weekt/, ? ?. . 2 ?0 Single copies of th* Dailv and Tri -Weoklv, 13 conts; of the Weekly, 15 eenta. ADVERTIS E3TENT3 Inserted in either the Daily or Tri-Weeklv at ii por square for the first insertion, and 75 cents for each subsequent insertion. In the Weeklv, SI a square. If^-Special iiutices 15 cents a line. [From the Meridian (Miss.) Clarion.] Bishop Greet? io thc Episcopal Church itt mississippi'. DEAR BSETEREN: In a pastoral letter addressed to you some time ?since, I requested you, in your public j services, to uso a certain "prayer for ! ullin authority," in place of that of I like char?cter containe...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 30 August 1865

COLUMBIA. _ Wednesday Horning, Aug-. 30,186/ Thr Klcct lon--Convention. By thc State law, the election should be ordered and published in the several election 'precincts twt weeks prior to the day of election. "Wo notice that the order lias been published iu the Charleston papers, and the managers appointed for that precinct. But no such publication has been made here, nor, we believe, has any appeared in any other of tho precincts. Still, as the Provisional Government supersedes that of the State, for the time, we apprehend that it is within the power of the Governor to give what notice he thinks proper; though it must be evident that the more time allowed the better, espe? cially when the means for the diffu? sion of intelligence are so limited and so much embarrassed as at present. Should tho Convention confine itself to the single object of reconstruction "assuming that to be the desire of the several constituencies-then the busi? ness of the Convention may bc de? spatched in a ...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 30 August 1865

gjjfcj ll III -, [From the Augusta Transcript.] Emigration to Brazil. We have urged upon Georgians, Avho, gloomy and despondent, enter? tain thoughts of seeking an asylum in foreign lands, to stay at hom? and aid us in making the best of "the situation." And yet we will not with? hold from such as are seriously meditating expatriation, the following interesting information, which wt lind in a "New York journal: OErreiATj INFORMATION. ' The Imperial Government look? witli sympathy and interest on Amerieai! emigration to Brazil, and is resolvet to give the most favorable welcome. Emigrants will find an abuuudauce o? fertile land, sugar cane, coffee, tobac co, rice, etc. These lands are situated in the Provinces of Pedro, Sauts Catharina, Paruna San Paulo, Espirib Santo, Kio de Janeiro, etc., and eael emigrant may select his own lands. A: soon as the emigrant has chosen hi; land it 'will be measured by tin Government, and possession given or payment of the price stipulated. Unoccupied ...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 30 August 1865

AlIYcl Tennyson. Wc HOC it reported in t he Northern papera (says tho Augusta Goitsl?uHoHalisl) that thc English Poet "Laureate is i:> a hopeless <]e ?.lin.-. Should thia intelligence provo to Lo true, what language can exaggerate tho regret of tin- lovi rs oijLigli art in poetry, wherever the Faiglislr tongue, (toj which Tennyson has added a new music,jf.ia Rpokch antony nun? To bc cut. off in tho noon-day of his life aud rame, withs?many "Thoughts onwrittcn.and songs unsung," would be a melancholy fate indeed. And yet Tennyson has done more flinn enough for immo'-'ulity. "In Memoriam" is thc greatest metaphysical poe:n of this agc-HPerhaps of any age -and the "Idyls of the King'" present us with pictures the vividness and glow of which are unequalled except tu Homer. While wc write, the last published verses 1 of Tennyson have bien brought to our no? tice. Wo insert them herc, with the remark that they fall fur b&ow thc usual lowl pf tho author's genius: -i ' cv A MO un ...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 31 August 1865

THjE DAILY b3rpHlfEN---ll DAILY PAPER $10 A YEAR. "LJT CU52 .JUST CESN7 RE A TT.ND TIFE TRT EVENT." TI-WEEKLY $7 A YEAR. BY .. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., THURSDAY xrORNING, AUGUST 31,1865., VOL. L-10. 31 THE PHOENIX IS PUBLISHED J) A IL Y AK J) TR I- WE ERL Y. sst) rn ii WEEKLY. ?tE?KE? EVERY WEDNESDAY. BY JULIAN A. SELBY. T E R MS-I M A JD VA NC E. SUBSCBiniOX. Dailv Paper, six months.$5 00 Tri-Wceklv, " ** .3 50 Weekly, ' . " " .2 00 Singh; espies of thc Daily and Ti ?-Weekly, \0 cents; of the Weekly, li? cents. ADVERTISEMENTS inserted in eit her the Daily or Tri-Weekly at .SI per square for the first insertion, anti 75 ??cents for each subsequent insertion. In the Weekly, SI-a square. . jRTSpoeial notices 15 cents a line. Tothe E?ito.* of ike PhouLi',-Sir.: War lias a charac ter of its own, and though iu a ?world offsin and ?wicked? ness, it may he viewed as a necessity, .still at till times thc "wisc and reflecting have regarded it ns a great evil. Ka ?pinc, murder, extortion, o...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 31 August 1865

COLUMBIA. Thursday Morning, Aug. 31, 1865. ConMtltiitioi*?3Iu.lt.in?. * We have, more than once, drawn ? attention to the business, duty and policy of the Convention, about to assemble in this State; and we have been at bomo pains, already, to indi cate what wo conceive to be the ?duties . and rights of that body, and the sanc? tions under which they will necessarily assemble. These sanctions are derived directly from thc people. whoTirc as? sumed to bo virtually present and act? ing for themselves. The trust is a great and very .sacred one, and it be? hooves the members of thc body, thus endowed with such i xfjraordinarypow? ers and feeling such extraordinary re? sponsibilities, to weigh well what they do and decide, as the destinies of a long future, the generations for a thousqjid years, may be affected for good or evil by their present action. There is a pressure upon them, exter? nal to the people, derived from the action of the United States Govern* ment. Their action must be ...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 31 August 1865

Tile Mississippi Convention. JACKSON. August 21.-The follow? ing constitutions! amendment has just passed the Convention,- by a vote of eighty-six to eleven. The institution of slavery having been destroyed in the* State of Missis? sippi, neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, otherwise than for the pu? nishment of crime, whereof the party shah be duly convicted, shall hereafter exist ia this State; and the Legislature, at its session, and thereafter as the public welfare may require, shall pro? vide hy law for the protection and secHiity of the persons ?and property of the freedmen of tho Shite, and guard them a?d thc State against any evil that may arise from their sudden emancipation. From Canrnla. MoSTKEAli, August ll.-The exami? nation of tile witnesses in thc investi-j gation of the kidnapping raid has terminated in the committal of the prisonersfcr trial "before the queen's bench, some time next month. The evidence shows that the movement was organized und set on foot in ...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 31 August 1865

MI J8 OE3Ij31*ja-3S"Y, A^E??t?iTWorM ?t Home. Tn morning walks I often pass A cottage by a plat of grans, Where n<?rfumed flowers faye to bloom; A very ne .t anti cheery place. Whore 5s not found one shade of gloom - Though there, they aay, One hides away, A? if it surely were a tomb. And as tho sui), this August morn, Arose to tell a day waa horn, . 1 stopped a moment by tho "gate, To talk with bm- who never minds The wide world's love, or frowns or hate, but. sits before Her cottage door, And is as happy as tue great. Faid I to her, "The world is wide; Have you no Wish to ace outside To taite, its pleasures as yon roam?" She answered with Jt?r sweetest smile, "1 have a little world at home! Outside are jars And strife and wars, ? Tut hem they never, never conn*. ."Outside, the heads arc often ?tung T.y poisoned words from slander's tongue, And tiuy barks upon life's s<-a4 Are often wrecked amid the gloom: i'roni ills J i Ic- . these 1 now am free. I have a child, A husband m...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 1 September 1865

TH1E IA7TC2 DALY PAPE11,SiO A y<~~ TPT-W !E-LY $7 A YEAR. BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, . C_ - ~ 'VOL. 1.-NO. 132. TUE PHOENIX IS PUBLISHED D A IL Y AND TH I- WE EEL Y. AND TIIK WEEKtY Gi'EaKEB EVTr.T WEDXESDAT. BY JULIAN A. SELBY. T E E MS- IN A D V A N C E. srfserilTKlN. ?)aflv Paper, six months.S3 CO Tri-Weckly, " " .8 5? Weekly, " " " .2 00 Single expies of the Daily and Tri-Weeklv, 1!) cents: of the Weekly, 13 cents. ADV ran isEjrrxTs Inserted in either th?; Daily orTri-YTeekly at il per square for the ??Mfc insertion, and 75 mus for each subsequent insertion. In the Weekly, il a square. ??"Special notices 15 cents a line. Letter tt> Rev. Henry Wart! Beecher. Sut. Now that the war is* over, anti tho darling ??bject of your heart is ac? complished-afc least, on paper-1 ".vt >u hi tn ? gin tl t<> renew R request which 1 made of yo:i about twenty years ago in t.uilianapolts. Provo to mc that slavery isa sin. You promised me then, that itt some convenient season you woul...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 1 September 1865

C(TL?MB?A._ Friday Morning, Sept. 1, 1865. Letters u? Slavery. A Mississippian, signing himse "Glemenf," has begun a series of lei tors addressed to Henry Ward Beeehci in defence of negro slavery, in whic ho puts his propositions pertinent! and with force. Wo have marked eei tain passages for extract, which th reader will find elsewhere in our co] umns. We shall probably confin ourselves to this single specimen The further discussion of the subjec may well be considered idle-a gratui tous waste of time, temper, thought good capital, better employed in an; other province. Negro slavery is a legitimate iii morals this day as it wa fifty or a hundred years ago, whei Old and New England equally mad their probt out of it. All that w< 'need to say to these parties is that the; are bound by every principle of mor als to refund us the. money which w< paid them for the properly which the; now confess to have been stolen. Am there we may let the matter rest, sat isfied, at all events, t...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 1 September 1865

J _ -----. Democratic Stat?! CorcvcnttoUi Ci>'c::>N*.lr: August 26.-Thc Demo? cratic State Convention e^embled at Columbus y r.'Uy and organized by electing" Rufus P. Kunuey riv"i dent. The following ticket was then nominated: For Governor, General George AV. Morgan; Lieutenant-Go? vernor, William Long, gb The resolutions passecP oppose a consolidation of power in the hands of the Federal Government; maintain? ing the doctrine of State Rights a? laid down in the "Virginia and Ken? tucky .Resolutions of 1798; declare that the ordinance of secession being void, the Southern States are still in the Union as States, and entitled to all their reserved rights and to their due representation in Congress; and denounces all efforts to confer the right of suffrage upon negroes. The Mississippi Convention. JACKSON, MISS., August 24.-Thc 77mes\special despatch says that Gov. Sharkey, communicated to the State Convention a telegram from President Johnsen, congratulating the Conven vention ...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 1 September 1865

Thc juay oT the Dirt. BT JOHN BKOCOUAE. With gaiters of exquisito ton And garments excpe?ngly neat, Auured hy the treacherous ann. A lady stepped into the street. Tramp," tramp, tramp, She daintily held up her skirt, But tho mud it was over the instep and vamp, ' As she sang tho song of the dirt. Tho sewers and gutters aro closed, The omnibus lumbers along, Thc sweepers are plying their brooms, And tho lady contantes her song; With very commendable pride, She tries to look dainty and pert, But she vahdy endeavors her temper to hide * As she ships the song of thc dirt. Mud, mini, mud, For nothing hut mud was around! Mud, mud, mud, You could scarcely fathom or sound. Mud from each omnibus wheel Across thc pavement would spirt, And savage the lady begun to feel, As she sang the song of the dirt. With gaiters all tattered and torn, And petticoats not over neat, With dress ah spattered and worn, The lady stepped out of tho street. Ill, uncommonly ill, While with speech remarkably curt, H...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 2 September 1865

THE DAILY m PHO??IX. _ _ _ ^ ? DAILY PAPER ?10 A YEA?I. "LET OUR JUST CENSURE ATTEND THE TRUE EVENT." . TRI-WEEKLY $7 A YEAR. BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 2, 1865. VOL. 1.-NO. 13J./ THE PHONIX IS PUBLISHED D A IL Y AND TRI- WE ERL Y. AND THE WEEKtY GtEANEB EVERY WEDNESDAY. .BY JULIAN A. SELBY. TERMS-IN A D VA N C E. SUBSCRIPTION. Dailv Paper, tix months.So 00 Tri-\Yeekly, " " .3 50 Weekly, " " .2 00 Single copies of tile Daily ami Tri-Weckly, 10 cents; .ol the Weekly, Iii cents. ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted in either the Daily or Tri-Wecklv at 11 per square for the first insertion, ami 7~> cents for each subs?quent insertion. In tlie Weekly, il a square. ni; "Special notices 15 cents a line. A3 the more recent defalcations in j Wall street do not greatly exceed three j hundred thousand dollars per day, the j people of New York have for some j ?lays past directed their attention to ] furious'newspaper war which is being ? waged against thc impenetrable J...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 2 September 1865

COLUMBIA. Saturday Horning, Sept. 3, 1865. Interesting Anoma.lI??. The future historian-it will not need the philosopher-will? find no little trouble-for thought and reason, when he shall endeavor to reconcile some of the anomalies into which the American people have been betrayed, because of thc abandonment of all their ancient landmarks. We are told that the States of the South, having q.o right to secede, were never once ont of the Union! and yet the work, troubling numerous wise heads at pre? sent, is how to get them back into thc Union. Thej' were never, while the war lasted, admitted to be out of the Union ! Now that the war is over that they are a conquered people, aftd have succumbed to the sword-they are not. yet ii?tie Union; and a variety of processes and courses must be employed, civil and military agencies, and a certain probation endured, before they can possibly be admitted back to that brotherhood from which they had never once taken their de? parture! Again-regardin...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 2 September 1865

-?-ixotion Sales. By Durbec & Walter. THIS DAY, September 2, at 9? o'clock, we will sell, A lot of Furniture, Crockery, Glassware, Violin, Guitar, Mandoline, Chemical Appa? ratus, Clothing, Books, Spices, &c. Also, Gold Chains, Watches, Bracelets, Silver plated Ware, Shot Guns, Cooking Stove, 1 obi. Molasses, &c. Sept 2 2 COFFEE. 1BAG JAVA COFFEE. A.NU 5 bags BIO COFFEE. Just received and for sale by BI CH ARD CALDWELL. Sept 2 "2 MIXED CANDIES. STICK CHOCOLATE DROPS. GUM DROPS. Just received and for sale by RICHARD CALDWELL. Sept 2 1* illSE & B?tOW?Nt (COMMISSION MERCHANTS) Haye Now in Store Cases of OroolsLery, cfc? c. Sept 2_ 3 Nurse & Baldwin HAVE now in store LIQUORS. &c. Several acres of BUILDING LOTS to leuse. Sept 2 3 Orlando Z. Bates RESPECTFUL EY informs bis former customers and friends, an?! the publie in general, that ho has established himself on tho corner of Gates and Washington streets-ouc square South of thc Shiver House-where ic: has opened, ...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 2 September 1865

MISOBliLANY, Hymn to tHo Saviour. BY ALICE CAKY. Master, I do not ask that thon With milk and wine my tahlo spread, So much as for the will to plow And sow my fields, and earn my bread; Le it at thy coming I be found A useless lumberer of tho ground. I db not ask that thou wilt bless With gifts of heavenly sort, my day, So much aa that my hands may dress The borders of my lowly way With constant deeds of good and right, Thereby rcllecting heavenly light. I do not ask that thou shouldst lift My feet to mountain heights sublime, So much as for the hourly gift Of strength, with which myself may climb; Making thc power thou mad'st mino For using, by thc use, divine. I do not ask that there may flow A light about me from thc skies, For knowledge that doth knowledge kuow, For wisdom that is not too wise, To see all things good and fair, Thy love attested is my prayer. 1 do not ask that 1 may dwell In plea-surcs all apart from pain; The medicine that maketh weil Tho sick and ruined soul ag...

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