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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 22 April 1865

Saturday Morning, April 22, 1865 Tho Assassination o? Fresjt?ent Lincean. O?r t?l?graphie co?urtras will afford ell--the particulars -which have reache-d ns toucbingthe assassination o_f President Lincoln in-lhe'thbatre at ."Washington. The event will loudly effect the relations of the two countries. . The -blow Which struck down Seward, if delivered five j years a go, might hita Wa ?ed thc Ko?-th ?ta liber? tes, and ' perhaps averted a bloody war, .in which both ?ou ut ries have loet thousands of preoious lives, a thousand limes more valuable to soe i tty than all ita Seward s in the world. It will be but little improvement in the condi? tion of either section that A?jay Johnson sue* Coeds to 'Lincoln, ae mifst"be simply a tool in the hernia of the expeiU by whom he will be' surrounded. Hewitt be satisfied-, no doubt-, with any polity which does not deny' hian h ie I customary stomach)?*. When t?cb men as Li neoln and Andy Johnson Became so h ft ed i nf to tire seats pf Washington,...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 22 April 1865

_Sgg &UAf?i?!*?+*m^^ RDP?RT3 OP FHB33 ASSOOlATIOIT. Ruttrcd acrordinj to A\et of ?c?gresi, in. the Yent IR?*, *, V J~m&- Tltraeher, tn th? Clerk"* O?a of th: Btttri.-t Ggttrtof the Confederatt State* for the Northerti*j)ifilrict of Georgia " f . - As3?.s3ic-itioa of Abraham Xjfno?ln, otc. WASIUNGT*??*, JCpril 12.-2b Jf?/ 4fen. Sherman: president Lincoln wa* murdered about 10 o'clock last uicV, in his private box at Ford's Tlieai.ro, in thiiaeity, by jan assassin, who sVsot . him in the bend with a pistol ball. About tho ?.MP. : h ai'r. Mr. Soward's" house waa entered by sntA.li. r Assassin, who stabbed the Secretary in several placer bti?t"is thought he may poss! . bly r'.eoTer, -but his son Fred may possibly die of woands'recsived front th? assassin. The assassin ufyjtbe lif ?aident leaped frone tito "box, brandishing a dagger; and exclaiming: "Sic temper ?yrann?*-Virginie ?s avengadl" Mr. .Lincoln fell senseless from his seat, add conti? nued ia that condition aut?t twenty...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 22 April 1865

REPTICHS OT SOUTH .AFRICA.-*-! I was going to. ;bed. ono; eveftihg* wearied^ by a long.day's.hJ?nt, w?ien clos?ito ray feet, and by jny bedside', some glitten ng"\sul?tanc? caught oiy eye: * I stooped to>pi?k^U up; *but ere'tory-Hand reached it, the truth flash? ed across mo-it was aaa a kel TIad I fol? lowed ?ny-first .naturil impulse, I should have sprung nway;. but not being able clearly to see in. what position; the reptile was -lying, *r which, way his ..head waa .pointed; . I control.ed myself and remain? ed rooted breathless to the spot.. Straining my eyes, "but moving flot an inch^-T-?t length'Clearly distinguished a huge puff adder, the most deadly snake in the colony, ?.whose b^te won ld have sent nae to th euther world.vp an. hour prtwO. . I watched hi?^ ju silent herron} his head waa from me-so much-the worse; for-this snake, unlike any Other,, always rises an is tr ikes back. - He did not move: he was asleep. Not daring to shuffle my feet lest should ?wake and spring...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 24 April 1865

Tinily Paper ?ar ? Month. ) "Let oof?jnst ceararo ( Tri-Weekly $10 a Menth .Payable ?a Ajivance. f '-' Attend tba tree event.'--?Aaljt-wr?-. } Payable in Advacce. BY J, A. SEx?nr. COLUMBIA, S. C., SOHDAY, APRIL 24, 1865, YOL. L-KO: 22, THE COLUMBIA PHONIX ti PtTB?SHID DAIIT A WD TU-WBKKIT, Bf JU LI A A ? S EE, B Ti Th? Daily is issued' avery morning, ejpeept Sunday.at $20 a month. Tr> Weekly, Tu ?a ay; Thuraday and Saturday, at S IO a month, iata riably in adran ec. Single copies $1. - Advertisements inserted at $5 pur square ((en lines) for each insertion. .> Votice. rf pursuance of the authority Tested in me by Section S Article II of the Constitution of the Episcopal Church in thia Diocese, I "hereby change the place of the meeting of the next Diocesan Council frota the eity of Colum? bia to Camden; and the tithe from the 10th tc the 94th of May next. ? The Council will, there? fore, be held in Grace Church, Camden, on the 24th of May. The necessities lor these changes are ...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 24 April 1865

;- _;v_ v _ Monday Morning, April 24, 1865. : Situation-of Affairs T~ There is a temporary truce between the armies. For a moment only, perhaps, the weapons of war are dropped, and th?' bp posing hosts take breath after tho perilous and protracted struggle. . Htt& soon taeV will resume their weapons, whether.they will e?rer resume them, ia the question. And if the war ceases, what are to iba- the conditions of the cessation? Theseiar? the questions, the solution of which Iks bid? den in the womb of time. ! Who can propose to solye it, even through .the mest logical conjecture^ Oui' Congress, ?mr peoole, our press?) A]?.*-! the one lias seemii glv surrendered! everyl thing to the Government; f lija Govern merit' yields everything to the President; fjhe peo. 'pie concede to Congress,?ajid the pres* li? neally no oracle, '?t rather feeds inp popu? lace vanity than seek to correct ii sj ?m o rs, rebuke its vanity, and inform its; under standing. What is *doney what ^hall he done, wi...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 24 April 1865

Camp of Instruction. ' Tho excellent plan of a camp of instruetiur for thu yo?!!i of Sovuh Cfaroliria, conceived b\ Governoi* ^Magrath, as an expansion of om military academies, will, wa liar? BO doubt, work to complete satisfaction and the beVl result*; always providing that the Board of Visitors" bo eontinncd a close body^ compact, rind with full responsibility thrown*?poa them. If d.-i..agogucs-shal!.got into the board, ita work will be UiWhievoUS. About sevcu hundred youth?, betwgen sixteen* a?d seventeen, have already readied the camp at Spartanbnrg. IT ve they will receive such an education as wi'j lons??t will: the moan? and exigencies of the c ?nistryl It will be wirje'still farther to enlarge 11.ir? plan, so as to include .boya of fifteen and t ven fourteen,' where they are found to bo well developed in growth mid ?f the adequate mu 'eic. There is-really very little difference, at those ?gea, b'twcea the boy of fourteen and stx leon, and the inore expnusive this plan of edu...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 24 April 1865

THE -COLUMBI A. PHON1X. I -, [Original Faith. Io Reason's province idly taught, . Unless it find support in Faith, - But little can the ear bare caught, To take away the sting frons Death. A subtler sense than aught we know - Must glide throughout the conscious soul, And winding on,' with secret flow, Must for the reason find the goal. . Ttl-i precious instinct, nursed with care, Tc each emotion true, which keeps All passions pure, all feelings rare, And every humsaagermawakes; This, the first, needful help to faith, Wins Gther*helps from sources high, That lift .us o'er the waves of death, And land ns safely in the sky. -SINGULAR CUSTOM -An auction of un ma-ned lidies used lo take plac? annually in Babylon. In every district, saya the hislo?an, they assembled on a eert??in day of tho year, ali virgins of a marriageable age. The most beautiful waa put up first, aud the man ?ho bid the highest or the largest sum, gained the possession eil ber. The ?econd in persona! appearance fol? l...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 25 April 1865

Daily Paper $20 a Month. ) "Let our just censure f Tri-Weekly $10 a Menth. Payable in Advance. f Attend the true event."-SJtakfpearr. "j Payable in Advance. BY* J. |A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 1865. VOL. 1.-N0. 23. THE COLUMBIA PHCENIX IS PUBLISHED DAILY A>D TRI-WEIKLY, BY JULIAN A. SELBY. Tbc Doily is imied every morning, except ?rnind ny, at ?20 a moa th. Tn-*VVeekly, Tuesday, Thaiiday and Saturday, at $10 a month, inva? riably in advance. Single copies $1/ Advertisements inserted at $5 pti square (ten lines) for each insertion. Headquarters. COLUMBIA, S. C., A rmi. 8, 186S, CIRCULAR. ALL Oncers on Post Duty at this place will make a report lo these Headqnai tere of all ?nen attached lo their respective department?, ?who are entitled to drr.vr rations at this post. All provision returns must be made out at thc department's and approved at these Headquar? ters. By order A. F. RUPLER, Col. Con-'ig. W. J. "MEALING, A. A. A. G. April 10 H?ra"a^??artersf SEAR SMITH...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 25 April 1865

OOIiUMBIA. Tuesday Morning, April 26, i866. Tho Latest Tidings. News ?or rumor? Fact or-fable? Which?' We know not exactly.. Everything is ia the ?louds. Events, noW-a-days, tread so. rapidly on each other's heals, that oge.bas need of a fast courser, a very Pegasus, to ?reop pace with them. It seems to be a confirmed thing that Lincoln has been assassinated, and Seward nearly so-whether by a Virginian, revenging his country's wrongs-a patriot after the type of Brutos-or whether the deed he done, as ir somewhere eonjectured, by creatures of a Northern fastion, with whom Lincoln had sur rived his usas, ?nd who were anxious for a new ?hange of dynasty-Grant or Sherman being the coming man-must be mere matters of con? jecture, and it matters not much to us in what way we resolve our doubts and settle our con? jectures. But, on the heels of this pretty cn. tantrophe, we learn that the fleet of the French -on dil-have been battling that of the Yun? ka? . off New Orleans into fragmentary ...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 25 April 1865

Ti:i.::oR\fmi! CO.MV?UXIC vrtos BKTWEEX ESC. 1 < \su AXD*+.VDIA.-Communication by telegraph between England nnd ledi* within eight houri" and a half ?3 one "f the recent startling fact? rocorde.l in thc European journals. The Lon? don Sift say? 'Elie result is due in no small measure to the enterprise of tito Turkish Government. The Sultan proposed at an ca dy period to coustruct and l.as at length carried" out, a hue from t oustaiitinfiple across thc Asiatic provinces of th.: Empire, on condition that a line lo India should Its completed by the English Govern H nt from Bussorah, at. the head of the gulf of ivurraelicc. lt is t!>in arrangement which is i.ow in operation. Thc sui? marino lino along li..- ?dioivs of the gulf and the coast of Beloo. chistan is under English arrangements and .v.?rkcd by English telegraphists, while from ??t.ssovaii onward the line is entirely Turkish. The wires now stretch over the ancient Cap faducia, Porygia and Bithynia, among those ..alleys wh...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 25 April 1865

t - >"r^' - ^-"-T- .'V. ... . THE COLUMBIA PHONIXT [Original. Shadows-I. When gray thc miss descend of eve, A siiah?vv rises oa ray view, lt Si.vk.< ntv* out at midnight, loo. And w?ars lite look of one I grieve. The hopes of y?uth, the bliss, the pain, The all that time to love endears, In progress of the perished years, That mournful shadow brings again. As sinks the wan and orescent light, It rises slow beside me now; I aee the pure and pallid brow, H ilf shaded by the growing night r Yet, with a brightness all its own, Expressive, through tho gloom, o'er all, lt. holds me fixed in dreamy thrall, Aud fills my soul with all the known. 1 cannot doubt the instinct rare, That knows without the sight, and feels At once, each portraiture reveal*, And she that once was mine, is there. So wan! so sad! as if, though bless'd. Ia happiest realms where bliss is sure, She sonow'd still at my unrest, And shared the grief she cannot cure. Sweet spirit! by those heavenly airs, Thai, with t...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 26 April 1865

Daily Paper $20 a Month. ) "Let onr just censure < Tri-Weekly $10 a Month. Payable in Advance. f Attend the true event."-Skaktpeare. - | Payable in Advance. BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26,1865. VOL. L-NO. 24. THE COLUMBIA PHON1X! 18 PUBUeaXD DAILY AND TRI-"WEEKLY, j BY'JULIAN A. SELBY. Th? Daily ia issued every morning, except Sunday, at $20 a month. Tn-Weekly,Tuesday, Tliursday and Saturday, at $10 a month, inva? riably in advance. Single copies $1. Advertisements inserted at $5 per square (ten libe/) for each insertion. Headquarters. COLUMBIA, S. C., Aran. 8, 1SS?. CIRCULAR. - ALL Officers on Poet Duty at this piece viii make a report to these Headquarters of all men attached to their respective departments, ?who are entitled to draw rations ot this poet. All provisionreturns must be made out at the departments and approved at these Headquar? ters. Bv order A. F. RUDLER, Col. Com'eg. W. J. MEAUKQ, A. A. A. G._April 10 . .Headquarters, NEAR SMITHFIELD, N. C...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 26 April 1865

I,I<M 5 iii , ' . " ' .*..'. . =s "Wednesday Morning, April 26, 1865. asssagcsw ~r-=;====^;s?r , --. Masterly Inactivity. It is Ss. nebo, we bebeve,.wbo sdys, in ajmo ment of incertitude and loss, "Patience, ?and shuffle the cards." Mr. Burlies well kaown and febcitons phrase, "'masterly inaotivity/ 'bas its special meaning at those periods ia th? life of the statesman, -when the curtain of the future seems let down close to his feet, and he sees pot in what direction to take the next step. At euch a moment, it is the fool only who through mere weariness, or fcetfnlness, or fright, still papists in movement, thoogh he knows not but that bis next step will be over the precipice. There are period?, "brief, w botonen and nations have to fold their hand? and throw; themselves humbly and hopefully upon God; when, having done all that was in their wisdom to conceive aad in their strength to execute, they most fold their hands and wait patiently upon that Divine Power who has been pleas...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 26 April 1865

9s*W^swsmasis^mst^mesvasmmisstimams^smmsM M in which ?.hoy bad most fcfide, and which' they have most strenuously nsserted. "Were ijj^jx monihs latev that L<?e had auc %ctfmbeJ, it would hg " crsy.-forXirantJoaffect, by o, counter revolution:.rescue of tba North from tho. h airds, of the Abolitionists. ' Were his* niind tr ?in.>d to' it/it' ^ald beilone now. He hus only fa take W?ii?mgt.on and make himself dictator-lo be king hereafter. Nothing would bc uijw easy. Wita iwd hundred thousand bayja. ts at his heels, he -wdnlJ bc recognized everywhere as the proper man, aud one who . hail been lon j; expected." -And we have no doubt that he wouiJ be tho best man for them. What America needs, through allots length ?md breadth, is a king mau-one with tba will *s*nd courage to control, one with the capacity to mic. The people theiii?.>.ive3 are thoroughly sick of the t^ste of self-government Taken under the external pressure* ami Democracy cries aloud^ foVeterk, or hog, or frdg-fo...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 26 April 1865

THE COfcOMBIA PHOM?X. 1 ? .' .- . . ....'." ' [Original. . . "~ SJiadows-XL What though ?hat voiee be hushed andatill, I The music of that/yoica in song That eye ba dim whose light was long The charm aud impulse to nay will; ThAt bosom cold, whose pnre young fire Had just enough of -earth tp make. . My Virtue kindred for thy sake. That school'd to calm each wild^deaire; Yet, as no more with hope as thea, f"JMy heart, denied fruition, flames, So, to its present dreams and aims, That no th i n j ask from homes of men Suffieeth well, for boyish bliss, And young delights, that, iu their place, A shadow fills my cold embrace, Aud solitude my soul, like tbisl Kay, not for soul a solitude, Of ihoiight or fancy, since I know That, past thy own. of mortal woe. Thou comest o'er minc to bless and brood. 1 Oh! fearful was that dread of mine, Wheo in thy vacant, glassy stare, 1 felt, and shudder^ with the fear, To see no more those eyes of thine. . That doubt is gone, and all the rest "' Of sorr...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 27 April 1865

mam? r?faga ? Dally Paper $20 a Month. 1 Payabla in Advance. f "Let oar jntt censare Attend the true event"-Shaltp?are. j Tri-Woidy $10 a Month. ( Payable tn Advance. mSY J.' A. SELB*. COLUMBIA, S. CV TH?RSDAY, APRIL 2*T, 1865. VOL. I.-NO. 25. THE COLUMBIA PHOENIX! ra rvnucsED DAILY ,\ND UI-VEIIIT, ] BT JULIAN A. SELBY. The Daily ie issued every morning, except Ssmday; at $20 a month. Tn-Weakly, Tuesday, Tliursd^ and Satu*i day, at_$ 10 a month, inva? riably M advance. - Single copi?e $1. Ad vc! t isomenu inserted a t $6 per square (tan linee) for each insertion. Commercial Bank, - COLUMBIA, 8. C., Aron. 24, 1865. . TiiE annual meeting of the Stockholdera of' thia Bank will be held, at thc residence of John A, Crawford, Etq , on MONDAY next, lat May. at IS o'clock. EDWIN J. SCOTT. april lg - _ 4 A Card. IWILLeentiune to attend to salea af FURN I TUES, MERCHANDIZE, REAL ESTATE ead STOCKS, at Privat? Sale and at Auction. Labs ral ,*?V so eoe made ?pon all articles sont to aaa for eal*...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 27 April 1865

. ??????msim. mmsm * ******** ?Sort of medicar tk?H, lat ci) Lepo was gos?! .; {?. TB? ATTEMPT TO MIX SEWARD. f WASHINGTON, April 14.-Wb?? the excitement at the theatre was ?tit? wildest height, reports were circul?t td that Sec re tary Seward had also been assassinated! f- The appalling laeta ar? substantially a? follows: About 10 o'clcck a man rang. tho bell, and the call having been answered by a colored serrant, be said he had cern* fren) Dr. Verdi, Secretary Seward's filthily physician, with a prescription,.at the sxtne tinte holding in his banu a (mall piece of folded pa^en and saying in answer to* a refusai that he must see the Secretary, a* be was entrusted with particular directions concerning the medicine! He still insisted On going up, although repeatedly informed that ao one could enter the cbiuober. Tht man finally pubbed the serrant aside soo .'. walked hastily towards the Secretary's rccni and was there met by Mr. Frederick W Seward; of whom he demanded to see th? Sec...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 27 April 1865

i -_._--_"_i way? so when drunk-the son, eemething of ai.] act<?r nlso, and reported to be liable to fits^ol insanity-he would naturally wear the air of the st;;go ttrulu*. while striking down the despot; and Sic Semper I'l/rannis, the motto o1 Virginia,-would be the natural utterance of one, excited to enthusiasm equally by bis recol. lection? of the classic?, and his familiarity with ih? *tae;c. lt wa* the coup de theatre, to rush inward with tlu; bloody dagger, and shout the glorious y,-i Je triomphe. The French Rumors. FhfRj sti-l continue, and come to us in vati . ovis s?iaj ts; yt wc have nothing official, and i..?*?iitn? \cry definite. The rumors have shown t'.v K:?-:K-h fleet? as literally boxing the cont pass-working ubiquitously, now smashing the Yankees at New Orleans, next in Hampton Roads, again off-Charleston and Georgetown, and, wa sre told, ia addition, that they have blockaded mest effectually the port of Wilding - toa. The assurances, again, of French rn ter ven...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 27 April 1865

THE COLUMBIA PHON1X. m i f, j ? t ? pa 1 1 .1 ~~ ' " ..[Original . Shadow?-?. Th?y ?om? o'er wastes of ocean hin?, Through midnight's silent depths they cerne; Npt na of. old, in innocent bloom, ; With love lb look, t ?y rise to view; With iey Iii? snd^vmlcen. eyer" Sad-strean?in^ lib? mine-own with rears The meurnfuV-gboat* of happy years, They wave w?fdJiaade.and wander by. A pallid brow and mqurnfnl glanoe, Aa if ?aeh dread regret Ware doer?, .Seek rises from hie lonely .tomb, Aad walka as ia a wilderen tran?*. I ery. the words of better day? I speak in sob? each bl?js?d nam?, My heart achill, ray brain aflame, And madness ia my staring gase. I stretch fond arms to mah? arrest, Of each oaee laved aal cherished form; Forget the death, the grave, lb* wornt, And clasp a shadow-V*'my*reast. ? Aad feel the ?old with n*w dismay- .. The cold in ?ilene?, and that ?bill, That follows fast tba nameless thrill, That makes the past a present sway. Obi sorrow! lat? each bliss, andsnin?! - . O...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 28 April 1865

iV^ iViiiri Y sm mm iBfeafiaa l?fy PlMT $20a Moats. I Fay ?bl? in Advance. f C BT J. A. SELBY. "Let our ]?t censare Attend the trse ?vent"-Sh*lrpe*r*. COLUMBIA, 8. C., FRIDAY, APRIL 28,1865: j Trl-Waakly $10 a Month. \ Payable In Advance. VOL. L-NO. 28. TBE COLUMBIA PHONIX rt IVM?KBXD DAILY ??O T?I-"WKEM.T, BT J UL I Ali A. SELBY TV? Bally is issued rrery m arning, except ?V?eW. kt fm. soenth. Tn We.?ly, Tuesday, Thnrsdsy and Saturday, at $10 a moa th, inva rfaibJy aa adbanae. Bingle copie? $1. ' Advertisements inserted at f6 par sonars (ten Bate?) far ?tah insertion. Headquarters, COLUMBIANS. O, Aras 8, li??. CIRCULAR. ALL Ofie?rs ?a Feat Duty at thia place ?rill I make a repart to th??* H ead eu art? ra of -all Boen attached to their re*pet ?We loVpartmenU. ?rh? ar? entitled to dram ratios? at this post. AU prsvisiea returns most be mad? ?nt at the | dapartenaots and approved at these Headquar? ter*. By ?raer A. T. BCDIXB, Ooh Ccn'dg. ', W. J. MBA ny, A. A. A.C. A gril 1 c -*^r ' ...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
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