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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia daily phoenix. — 12 July 1865

$1 a Month, in Advance. ''Let our just Censure attend the tmo Even*."-Shaksprare. Single Copies Five Cents By J. A. SELBY. . COLtJMBIA, S. C., FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 19, 1865. VOL. l.-NO. 43. THE COLUMBIA PHONIX, PUBLISHED l>Air,Y, EXOUPT SUNDAY, BY JULIAN A. S E L Ti Y. TERMS-TN ADVANCE. SUBSCRIPTION'. Six months, ----$.*> One month, - - - ll ADVERTISING, s x One square, (ten lines.) one time, ?O ct* j Subsequent insertions, - '15 cts j Special notices ten cents per line. Tho Richmond Commercial BMIIC- \ tin, of the 22d, publishes several ex- ! tracts from the New York Daily JYewa, I which leave hut little doubt npon the j mind that James Gordon Bennett is i not oniv tho implacable foe of thc I South, bue likewise of tho United States entire; in fact the enemy of all who do not offer to reward him. Ile ; was the first to agitato secession; andfi nt ono time absolutely advocated the secession of New York Ci!y tn 18G1, as an 'independent city,' bur, the Abo? litionists, both of !N...

Publication Title: Columbia Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia daily phoenix. — 12 July 1865

Wednesday Morning, July 12, 1865 Scouting for Scenery. One -want? ead Jongs to get away tjii terrible weather-to lose himself in dee] forests and in the wilds of difficult moun taias! We must only dream of that which ^ust now, we cannot mortally enjoy. W must dream of the aceneryof North Caro lina, of Yadkin County especially, which we are told, is thrice glorious, withou being quite famous. We must explor< this county some day. Meanwhile, w must flin;; ourselves into the past, an? dream of what we have enjoyed. Alas alas! what says Tennyson, amplifying th. famous passage from Dante: u2iet8Kti maggior dolore, che ricordar se dee tewoo felice, nella miseria." "For the poet's crown of sorrow Is remembering happier tilings." '^?Eut wa .cannot forget; we must remera ber whether we will or no, and thus con ?trained, we must seek to suck out fror our resources in the past only such thing as will reconcile us to the present. W can^tecall the mountains of Saluda, Ca) sarrs ?iead, Wuite-s...

Publication Title: Columbia Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia daily phoenix. — 13 July 1865

$1 a Month, in Advance. ''Let our just Censure attend the tmo Even*."-Shaksprare. Single Copies Five Cents By J. A. SELBY. . COLtJMBIA, S. C., FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 19, 1865. VOL. l.-NO. 43. TH?B COLUMBIA PHONIX, PUBLISHED DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY JULIAN A. SEL DY.. TERMS-IN A D rASCE. SUBSCRIPTION. Six months, . - - - - $."> On?* mouth, ... . 1 ADVERTISING. Cue square, (tun linos,) ono time, 50 eta Subsequent insertions. - J.j els Special notices ten cents per line. President Liricoln willing laat Jeff. Davis should jUscapa. A c orre-po ade: it of the Cincinnati Gfaselte, who i? writlugnp some ol' lite reminiscences ol' Sherman's campaign In North Carolina, is responsible fur ths following; Gen. Sherman complained, an:, doubtless, with some troth, if not jus? tice, that th? Government had never distinctly explained to him what policy it desired to have pursued. 'I asked Mr. Lincoln explicitly, when I went ta City Point, whether ho wanted mc to capture Jeff. I'avis or let him escap...

Publication Title: Columbia Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia daily phoenix. — 13 July 1865

Thursday Morning, July 13, 1865. James B. Campbell. We take ibe following paragraphs, from the Charleston correspondence of the New York Herald. Speaking of parties return? ing to Charleston, the writer proceeds: .'Mr. Campbell has also been warmly congratulated on his rcr.urn. When Gen. Gillmore's expounders drove him from his house and his law office, his family retired to Columbia. His palatial mun sion there, with its libraries, pictures and furniture, eseaped destruction, and has continued its bountiful hospitality, presided over hy Miss Campbell, a lady well known North and South, and best appreciated where best known. "Mr. Campbell is a New Englander, hut his public career has been altogether in the South. During the war he stood by his friends, but constantly denounced the mal? administration of Davis, predicting the ruin it would bring. "He was one who protested at the time against the bombardment of Sumter, and denounced the trickery- and follies of Davis, Waiker, Beaurega...

Publication Title: Columbia Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia daily phoenix. — 14 July 1865

$1 a Month, in Advance. ''Let our just Censure attend the tmo Even*."-Shaksprare. Single Copies Five Cents By J. A. SELBY. . COLtJMBIA, S. C., FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 19, 1865. VOL. l.-NO. 43. THE COLUMBIA PHONIX, ? i PUBLISHED DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY JULIAN A. "SELBY; TERMS-IN AD VANCE. SUBSCRIPTION. Six months,. - - - - $5 One mouth, .... i ADVERTISING One square, (ten lines,) one time, 50cts Subs?quent insertions, - 35 cts Special notices ten cents per line. ?Repentant Rebels Returning. Among the more prominent citizens ?who have come back are Hon. Win. Alston Pringle, Judge of the City Court; his brother, Motte A. Pringle, Chief Quartermaster of the rebel .troops around Charleston; Theo. D. Wagner, a Charleston member of the house of Johrr- Fraser & Co.; J. B. Campbell, one of the ablest lawyers of the Charleston bar; James H. Taylor and Ii. A. Pringle, two of the princi? pal auctioneers, who made vast rebel fortune'* selling blockade goods, ar.d Mr. Wm. Gregg, proprietor of th...

Publication Title: Columbia Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia daily phoenix. — 14 July 1865

. ? ll , , j ?. ; . OOIJITMBIAT^ Friday Morning) Joly 14, 1865. 1 "T" i I -= Provisional Governor. ' Taking for granted that Mr. Perry will accept, or has accepted, the appointment of Provisional Governor of the State, we may reasonably assume, from his known habits of business and energetic industry, that he will proceed at an early day to the re-organization of the State. This im? plies, in addition to a call /or a conven? tion, the adjustment of the popular vote and the appointment of a general magis? tracy; the reconstruction of our educa? tional system, which includes thc common echool, the Military Academies and thc South Carolina College. For the due establishment of the?e, and on thc best footing, much preparatory inquiry, much philosophical thought, are required; aud, wc take fur granted that our conn.ion school system must take in the children of the newly made freedmen. Of course, the freedmen are subjects of taxation for this purpose, the same as any other; and the soone...

Publication Title: Columbia Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia daily phoenix. — 15 July 1865

$1 a Month, in Advance. ''Let our just Censure attend the tmo Even*."-Shaksprare. Single Copies Five Cents By J. A. SELBY. . COLtJMBIA, S. C., FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 19, 1865. VOL. l.-NO. 43. THE COLUMBIA PHOENIX, PUBLISHED DAILY, EXCEPT ?UN PAY, BY J01IAN A. SELBY. TERMS-INADVANCE. SUBSCRIPTION. ' Six months, $5 One- month, .... l ADVERTISING. One square, (ten lines,) ene time, 50 eta Subsequent insertions. . 35 cts Special notic?e ten cents per line. Look oat for Ooanterfeits! There are maoy counterfeits of the TJnited States Currency in curculation. The following descriptions will enable every one to detect them: 2s, imita? tions are reported in circulation; 'poorly done; 2a, altere*, from ls; portrait of "Chase. 5", imitation; poorly done; coarse. 5s, photographed-have a blurred look; the paper <ifs stiffer and heavier; signatures very heavy. 10s, imitation, well executed, are reported in circulation; there is DO Treasury stamp upon the bilta. 10?, altered from ls; vignette port...

Publication Title: Columbia Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia daily phoenix. — 15 July 1865

Saturday Morning, joly 15, 1865. What for Judgment? There are few persons properly able to know or say what a ?ne and unwonted prospect demands of the beholder. No? thing is more gradual in growth than the capacity for judging of the fresh and un? familiar, ho sees all the charms of land? scape or picture, where either ka* .ny* thing in it, at a first glance of the eye? If you can see all ?t onc<\ such landscape, such picture, is of little merit. It has no attraction for you in reserve. It cannot grow upon you, and there is nothing latent which the philosophical or contem plative eye will be able to discern in it hereafter. The first glance suffices, and you need not take the picture home with you, nor wander again in search of the landscape. It is? different with fine pic? tures or fine landscapes. Dealing with a good pioture, or a fine study, you must give yoaraelf time. You must wait until your own mindrie ^elopes In the Discovery ef what is latent in the picture. Thent and no...

Publication Title: Columbia Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia daily phoenix. — 17 July 1865

$1 a Month, in Advance. ''Let our just Censure attend the tmo Even*."-Shaksprare. Single Copies Five Cents By J. A. SELBY. . COLtJMBIA, S. C., FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 19, 1865. VOL. l.-NO. 43. THE (SOLIJMBIA PHONIX, pj;r"|sirED I>AM.Y, EXCEPT SCXDAY, BY J bi. i A is" A. SELBY; 1AVUS-7N A D VANCE. ' \ SVIISCUIITION. Six montis, .... $5 One monti, ... - - 1 I ADVnUTlSJNG. Ono squaiT, (ton lino?,) one timo, nfl cts Subsequent insertions. - 35 cts Speeiai notices ton cents per linc. Tun ESCAPE ?F Mn. BREOKIN KIDOE.-Tho Cardenas correspondent of Lu I'rensa gives the following in? teresting particulars conceniiig these refugees: . ' . The p:r:"Ds acrotnpruiying Breckin ridge ?rn Qo?% Wilson, ex-aid to Jeff: Davis; Taylor VVocd, ex-cotrrmnnder td' tho Tallahassee: Corporal Russell, j i 'vu private soldiers >and a faithful negro servant, who refused to abandon his master (Hreekinridge) in the hour ot" extremity and peril. The refugees procedi? tiie capital to dav, accom? panied by o:,e of...

Publication Title: Columbia Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia daily phoenix. — 17 July 1865

Monday Iffon?ng, Joly 17,1865. Taxation.. . ^ We nave already said something about taxation. We shall have need to pay more, jt is now evident to all parties that new standards of value, iu regard/to property, must be established, in order to reach ^a . night basis for assessment. The lands of the low country are temporarily lost to cultivation. The planters who tilled those lauds are, m most cases, denied to use them. A certain tract of our sea-board country has been lost to the. productive resources of the State, and is no longer available for taxation. It ha? been ab? sorbed for military uses. The large plan? tations of the middle country are all de? stroyed. The labor employed on these estates, if it suffices to feed the occupants, will have done more than we anticipate. The general bouleversement in estates is, briefly, fatal to all the former calculations Upon which we based the taxation. Wc must resort to newer standards, and such as are equitable and duly proportioned to the...

Publication Title: Columbia Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia daily phoenix. — 17 July 1865

r*M" ttl n->-?? "T r : , - .?. - .* ~"T ; Trodden Flowers. BT ALFRED T?NBTSON. . There are some hearts that^like tho roving^ vine, . : Cling' to unkindly rocks and ruined ?ow?rs, ." Spirits tbajt suffer and do Rot repine Patient and Bweet as lowly trodden flowers; That from the passer's heel arise. And bring back odorous breath iuatead-of Sighs. But there are other hearts that , will not feel The lonely love that haunts their eyes .and eare: * That wound fond faith with Anger worse than'steel; And out-of pity's spring draw idle tears. O Nature! Bhall it ever be thy will 111 thing -with good to mingle; good with ill! $ "Why shonld the heavy foot of sorrow press The willing heart of uncomplaining, love Meet charity that shrinks not from dis . tress, Gentleness, loth her tyrants to reprove? Though virtue weep forever and lament, Will One hard heart turu to her and re? lent? WJiv should the reed be broken that will "bend, And they that dry the tears in others' eyes \ Feel their own a...

Publication Title: Columbia Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia daily phoenix. — 17 July 1865

irrn. im th- i _L ?_B?S?BS?S Montray Morning, July 17, 1866. God Sends th? Food and the Devil Sends the Cook. Snt-h is the old proverb, and we accord? ingly introduce you, dear reader, lo a cer? tain Mr. Clarence Cooke, a contributor to the Independent, a quasi religions paper. Mr. Cooke is the prophet of misoegnation. Ile undertakes to enlighten the white race as to the.qualities of th? black. He gi vos us to understand that tho white race is something of a failure; a great, mistake, perhaps, in which we could never l>y any possibility get right or set.th; down in ?mr tine Malus, itnless a certaiu thing shall happen, ifrhat is that? you ask. lt is wiseegnation-the amalgamation <>f tho black with thc white bloody thet alone shall save the while race fruin perdition. Withou t" this amalgam, we aro to reaf:l>. no high condition in art or civilization. "Wo must owe ii. all lo C?fico and tb o daughters of Cuffee. "Jmetruc philosopher will now take a uegro wife, and become a ...

Publication Title: Columbia Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia daily phoenix. — 18 July 1865

$1 a Month, in Advance. ''Let our just Censure attend the tmo Even*."-Shaksprare. Single Copies Five Cents By J. A. SELBY. . COLtJMBIA, S. C., FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 19, 1865. VOL. l.-NO. 43. THE COLUMBIA PHOENIX, PU rc Ll s I'rr) DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY", .BY JULIAN A. SELBY. TERMS-IN A D VA NC E. STJBSCKU'TIOX. Six months, $5 One month, ... - i ADVERTISING. One square, (ten lines,) one time, SOcts Subsequent insertions. - 35 cts Special notices ten ceuts per line. Moha Mudgaree; OU A REMEDY FOR DISTRACTION OF MIND. llestrain, deluded man, thy thirst of wealth, "Repress it with tho force of mind and will, . I "Would"st thou preserve thy spirit in its health. "With uoble actions feed it to the fill. Thy wife, thy son, thy daughter-what .are the}? The wonders e'en of this world who can tell? What art thyself? Whence com'st thou? Can'st thou say? My brother, ponder, ponder on this well. IJoast not. of youth, nor opulence, nor power; Ere thou can'st think, Time snatches the-e away; Cheek the...

Publication Title: Columbia Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia daily phoenix. — 18 July 1865

Tuesday Morning-, Joly 18,1866. j ?ichefd ?eadon. j ' ' Th? Charleston correspondent of the New York Herald contains, amidst much personal matter, the following paragraph: ;,v **Mr. ^Jregg ?informe me that Richard Yeadon, Esq., the celebrated laudator of the lamented Everett, and author of a reward of $10,000 for Butler's head, is living in abject poverty at Aiken, S. C. He has taken the oath, and hat repented of tlie act, which he says reo? the most foolish of Ms life-done tr? a moment of delusion." Where the grammar of a writer is so loose, we need not concern ourselves too closely about the value of his fttcts. The reader will see? from this paragraph that Mr. Yeadon has reached the climax of insanity. He has scarcely taken the oath, before he repents of the act. which, he says, "Tas the most foolish of his life clone in a moment of delusion." * If the United States Provost Marshal attaches any importance lo this statement, he will probably proceed to the instant arrest of the de...

Publication Title: Columbia Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia daily phoenix. — 18 July 1865

Tho Situation of tho Country-Tho Now atari of tho Ropnblie. The eighty-ninth anniversary of the 'American nation has passed, and we DOW take a new start in history. When we consider what this couotiy has accomplished in less than a century we are amazed; but what we have accomplished is as bothing comps-ed to what we shall achieve during the next one hundred years. For the last four years the strength oC this Govern? ment, which had already been tested by several small rebellious and a foreign war, has been still more severely tried by a vast insurrection, and it has shown itself fully equal to any demand which can be made upon it. We have now got rid' of the dogma of State Rights; we have got rid of the odious institution of slavery; we have got rid of the latent hostility between the two sections of the country, and we have got rid of the rule of stereo? typed politicians. Consequently we ?re now in a splendid condition to take a new start and redeem all the errors of the past. We...

Publication Title: Columbia Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia daily phoenix. — 18 July 1865

Resignation of Governor Brown. To the People of Georgia: I feel profoundly impressed with a sense of the obligation which I am under to you for the manifestations of your kindness and confidence, which I have so often received. At four dif? ferent elections you liave honored me with your suffrages fdr the highest po? sition within your gift, and I have to the best of my ability represented you in the Executive office for nearly eight years. While my duties have been of the most laborious and trying character, I feel the consciousness that I have labored with an honest purpose to promote your best interests. . That I have committed errors, is not denied; that they have boen intentional, your conduct has shown you did not be? lieve. During the period of my adminis? tration the country has passed through a most trying ordeal. The great ques? tions at issue between the North and the South having failed to find a peace? ful solution in the" forum of reason, have been submitted for decisi...

Publication Title: Columbia Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia daily phoenix. — 19 July 1865

$1 a Month, in Advance. ''Let our just Censure attend the tmo Even*."-Shaksprare. Single Copies Five Cents By J. A. SELBY. . COLtJMBIA, S. C., FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 19, 1865. VOL. l.-NO. 43. THE COLUMBIA PHOENIX, PUBLISHED DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY JULIAN A. SELBY. TERMS-m AD VANCE. s . SUBSCRIPTION. Six months, - . - - $5 One month, - - - 1 ADVERTISING. One square, (ten lines,) ene time, 50 eta Subsequent insertions, - 35 cts Special notices ten cents per line. THE ENGLISH SLAVE TRADE.-I find in a quiet corner of a London paper, some statistics of the English slave trade, in the modified form in which it has been carried on for the last twenty years. It is generally supposed in England that, when a cargo of negroes is captured from some slaver oti the .coast of Africa, the emancipate! slaves are provided with a suit of clothes apiece, a Bible, some tracts, a dozen of Bass' pale ale. and a five pound Biftik of England note, and set ashore on the coast of Ashantee or Dahomey to enjoy th...

Publication Title: Columbia Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia daily phoenix. — 19 July 1865

Wednesday Morning, July 18, 1865. . Tra? Motives for Straggle. The obligations of the present to the past are drawn in favor of the future, and woe to him who discredits them by non? performance! We are debtors for an ira menee inheritance of civilization, through thousand? of years of equal sacrifice and achievement-debtors to prophets, barde, heroes, statesmen; wise men and virtuous women; cheerful and brave wrestlers with time and trial and necessity, toil and war -glorious workers in a thousand different provinces, in which they reaped little for themselves beyond the fame which hallows ther memories-in myriads of cases earn? ing scarcely the bread that kept therm in life' and enabled their physical powers to meet the exigencies of the hour. Yet, what a heritage of pride, pleasure, wealth, security, have they transmitted to their posterity-what precious hopes and pos? sessions, ind what immortal examples? Alas! when we look over the field, and survey the prospect, we tremble to ...

Publication Title: Columbia Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia daily phoenix. — 20 July 1865

$1 a Month, in Advance. ''Let our just Censure attend the tmo Even*."-Shaksprare. Single Copies Five Cents By J. A. SELBY. . COLtJMBIA, S. C., FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 19, 1865. VOL. l.-NO. 43. THE COLUMBIA PHONIX, PCBLlSUEOiDAlLY, K.VC KIT SUNDAY, BY- JULIAN Ai SELBY. TERMS-IN AD VANCE. ^UBscair-TiON". Six months, $5 One month, - - - ' - 1 ADVERTISING. One square, (teri lines,) one time, SOcts Subsequent insertions. - 35 eta Special notices ten cents per line. Alex. H. Stephen's Account of the Hampton Roads Conference. The Augusta Chronicle, publishes a detailed statement of what passed at the celebrated peace conference in Hampton Roads. The materials for this statement were furnished by Alex. K. Stephens. They consisted in part of oral communications made by Mr. Stephens to the writer, and in part of the confidential written report (never before- published) furnished by the rebel commissioners to* the rebel presi? dent. From tho repent, which was signed by all three of the commission ...

Publication Title: Columbia Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia daily phoenix. — 20 July 1865

? Thursday Morning, July 20,1865. ' ? . ? _ , . ,,?r = =- N , \ Education of the Young. frits is an ancient topic, but the neces ?ltV*>for ita iteration is, or should he, , apparent to all eyes who behold the pre s?nfc condition of our youth. The subject : of education ison? alike of individual and national concern. The State should urge i and advance it to the utmost extent of its pow*r, if it would haye worthy citizens; - the parent should be as urgent and eager in its.exercise, if he desires to have duti? ful, loving, obedient and noble children. That the fruits of a proper systom of instruction will be tho development of a race of good citizens and worthy success? or*, ia commonly admitted. Tho only difficulty seems to be ia making them so. What is the modus operandi? An insuper? able difficulty, it would indeed appear, froDj tlie number of vagabond boys whom we may see in every community going to ruin, dishonoring themselves, disgracing their families and defiling and abusin...

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