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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 4 September 1865

ii1iiJEDAILY pHJlE-Nix$ DAILY PAPER $10 A YBAI. "LET OUR JUST CE2VS6rRE ATTEND THE TRUE EFJVET." TI-W4tKLY $7 A IEAR. BY T. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., MONDAY XORNING, SEPTEMBR 4, 1865. VOL. I.&-NO. 1 T?LE PHONIX IS PUBLISHED DAILY AND TRIWEEKLY. y ASD THE WEERtY GEE?NE8 EVEBY WEDNESDAY. "BY JULIAN A. SELBY. TERMS-IN AD VANCE. SUBSCRIPTION. Daily Paper, six months.$5 00 Tri-Weekly, " " ..3 50 Weekly, " " .2 00 . Bingle cvpies of the Daily and Tri-Weekly, 10 cents; of'the Weekly, 15 cents. ADVERTISEMENTS In sor tod in either the Daily orTri-Weeklv at $1 per square for the first insertion, and 75 .cents for each subsequent insertion. In the Weekly, $1 a square. JWSpceial notices 15 cents a line. To the PeopU or Fairfield District. ***** In the interview between the Pnpsi .dent of the United. States and the committee of tht* citizens of Charles? ton, it was stated by the. President that bef ore the State could be restored to her political rights, it was neces? sary that the j?eoplo ...

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. — 4 September 1865

COLUMBIA. Monday Morning, Sept 4, 1865. On oar first page will be found por ^ lions of SM interesting fetter from W. . E. Robertson, of Fairfield District, to the citizens thereof, by whom he has been nominated to the Convention. .We omit the merely mfroductory parts of his letter, and quote those only which relate to what .must or may be the object of the Convention. On this subject, we musfventure upon a few cautionary remarks. Mr. Robert? son is a conservative. Ile writes mo? destly yet suggestively. His views are in consonance, we believe,,with those of Ml-. Boyce and Gov. Perry; and regarding the required abolition of slavei'y by thc States, as the ?impera? tive condition upon whicn they are to be restored to peace and relieved from martial law, he recognizes thc neces? sity of compliance with the requisi? tion, not as a measure of which he approves, but that thc South may escape worse evils in tho continued domination of the sword.- And in this, perhaps, thero will be found bu...

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. — 4 September 1865

I ll I :Oy Telegrapli, Trial of Slr. Davis. . WASHINGTON, August 29.-The de terminatiou of the President of the United States that Jefferson Davis . should* be tried by, a civil court is, likely to be -carried* out at Norfolk,* Virginia. So indicates a despatch re? ceived . from Washington last night. In that case Chief Justice Chase would pregide, Virginia being embraced in. his mdicial circuit. The direction of military- operations. from Eichmond would be the basis of the charge of treason. Terrible Railroad Disaster. NASHVILLE^ August 28.-Tho follow? ing are the latest details of the fright? ful railroad disaster which occurred on the Tennessee and Alabama Railroad, yesterday morning. "As the morning trahi was passing over the trestle at Richland Neck, seventy miles South of Nashville, the trestle suddenly gave way and precipitated the train into the creek. Up to G o'clock, twelve dead bodies and eighty wounded had been recovered from the wreck. A car con? taining thirty negroes ...

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. — 4 September 1865

Barry CornwoU'* Latest ?ocm. ?Should you dream evcr ?" *n0 ?a,ys depart? ed-. Of youth and morning no more to return Forget not me, so fond and passionate hearted; Suiet at last, reposing ndar the meas and fern. There, where the fretful lake in stormy weather Comes circKng'ronnd the reddening church? yard pines. Best, and call back tho hours we lost toge? ther, , Talking of hope, and soaring Beyond poor garth's confiner. "If, for those heavenly 'dreams too dimly i sighted, You became false-why j 'tis a story old; J, overcome- by pain, and unrequited, Faded at fast, and slumber . Under the autumn moid. Farewell! farewell! No longer plighted lovers, Doomed for a day to sigh for sweet return: One lives, indeed; one heart the green earth coven-,. * Quiet at last, reposing Under the moss and fern. Canses of Kteft-liaUBidetlncss. . Th? question lias been much dis? cussed among anatomists whether the properties of the right hand, in com? parison with those of the left, depend on the course...

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. — 5 September 1865

'DAILY PAPERL $10 A YEAR. J"LET OUR JUSr"CENSUBE ATTEND, THE TRUE B VENT't, TI-WEEKLY $7 AWYEAR. MyI. A. SELBY, COLUMIAP S. C.; TUESDAY MORNEW9. SEPIIENBER 5,1865. .VOL. L -NO. 1 TSE PHOENIX IS PUBLJSH~U> I> AIL F AND, TRI-WEEKL T. . ASD THK ' % wimv wmm EVERT WEDNESD AT. % BY JgLIAH A. SELBY. TERMS-IN ADVA NC E. SUBSCRIPTION*. Daily Paper, six months.W|6 00 Tri-WeaBy,? " " ..?. Weekly, " - ?" -.2 00 Single copies of the Daily and Tri-Weakly, 10 cant?; of the Weekly, 15 cents. ADVERTISEMENTS Insertad in either the Daily or Tri-Weekly ai $1 per square for the first insertion, and 75 cents for each subsequent insertion. In tho Weekly, SI a squared . aarSpecial notices 15 cents a line.. TheConstitution of Virginia, under the restored Government, differs from the Virginia Constitution of 1851 much' less than is generally supposed. The. changes, however important, are not numerous. In the Code of Vir? ginia, issued, in the year 1860, and liberally distributed throughout the 'State ...

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. — 5 September 1865

C0L?3?BIA; IWay afoMqfr & 1&65. We are pleased?a. report that, after ah amicable conference between Gov. Perry awl;- ??he Generals Meade and Gilhnore, all impediments to the pro? per re-establishment pt the civil au? thority, within the State have been withdrawn by the military. The courts of justice and the magistracy will re? sume their functions, and the provost courts will be limited in their jurisdic tion to those cases only in which the* freed negroes shall be parties. But we refer the reader to the .proclama? tion of his Excellency Gov. Perry. It also pleases its to add that the negro troops are fi be withdrawn promptly from the interior of the State, and to be concentrated in garrisons along the coast. Thia information will be grate? fully received by the whole body of our people, to whom the presence of these troops is a constant occasion of annoyance and offence. The neces? sity for their 'removal, however, has been made terribly apparent in the shocking eximes whi...

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. — 5 September 1865

ir - ? " tr ?* ' ? v'' * 1 ? Hm ? . li i ., i By Telegrgpli. Election Rrtumg Crom iVlnnaboro. W1NN8BQRO. September 4.-The re? sult of the eleciion in this town for tho Convention standsw Jos. B. Byan 132; WV R Bobertson 130, John Bratten 126, W. J. Allston 37, Bev. J. Boyce 14, scattering 6. If ow York Marke?, e Nsw YORK, August 30.-Cotton 4V<- Flour declined 15 cents. Cof? fee steady. "Sugar, Cuba and Musca 5?do, 13>?.. Molasses. duJL Pork $32. . Sterling nominal, at 9-%. Gold te}?, closing dull. Sole of Soathcrn Bank Notes. RICHMOND, August? 23.-There has ' been a.slight improvement in some of the Virginia banks, while some 'are not so good. - We quote: Wheeling banks and Exchange Bank of Virginia, ot Alexandria, 90 to 95c. Farmers'. Bank'*'50c. Exchange Bank, at Alexandria, 45c. Bank of the Valley, Bank of. Old Dominion, Traders' Bank, Bank of Buckingham and Bank^irginia, 30c. Bank of Commerce ana Bank ol Bockbridge,te7>^c. Bank of Winchester, Merchants' Bank and South-w...

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. — 5 September 1865

' Ijij|fjtflTIi li '? Ta >!?; Ta* me not, in hum-drum, verse*, . purse? _JH - V . ? ? . . 4 hook aboat-wkwr^or thou turnest fttiU is ***** the same old son?; And the giri?.are fhucfc in earnest,. . , , Bmihng where the rent rolls' long. Money ia the panacea, At the market,.church or ropt Better cash and no idea . Than an intellect without. Trost no maid, tho' she be pleasant; Tho' some tender words he said; Rirais oft win by a present, . Laughing when they get ahead. Buhl is dear, Bohemian dearer - It takes money fe* them all; E'en tho akiea will look the clearer If you've specie at your eau. Lives of millionaires all tell os One great troth fall often told, Ne'er of needy men he iealous, Ladies moat and will have gold Gold that jewels they may shine in Precious gems to deck the hair, Gold, that ?uka they may look fine in, Such the ladies like to wear. Let us, then, bc op and doing, Not content to idly gaze, For the girls each ones pursuing, Like the man whose business pays. % Ti...

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. — 6 September 1865

DAILY PAPER $10 A YEAX ~ "LET O UR JUST CENSURE A TTEND TIJE TRl,Ur,E Fv1L,-.T TRI-WEERLY $7 A YEAIL' By I. A. SIELBY, COLUMBIA, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 6, 1865. VOLOL-NO. 1847, THE PHOENIX 1 IS PUBLISHED D ?JL Y AND TR I- WE ERL Y. AND TUR titmvt GLEANER ? EVERY WEDNESDAY. BY JlfLIAK A. SELBY. TE ft MS-IN AD VANCE. . SUBSCRIPTION. Dailv Papel-, six. ruc-ntha.$5 00 Tri-W?e?v, .? * " .3 50 Weekly, " ? " .2 00 Single carnies of thc Daily and Tri-Weekly, 10 cunts; ol Hie Weekly, 15 cents. ADVERTISEMENTS Insertad in either tlie Daily orTri-SWeekly at 11 per square for thc ilrst insertion, and 75 oonts for each subsequent insertion. In the Weekly, $1 a square-. ? ?ST'Spe'eial notices 15 cents a line. ! CHARLESTON, August li), 18G?5. To his Excellency li. F. Perry, Provi? sional Governor, tte., dec. (TOVEUSOK: III pursuance of your instructions, I proceeded to the"head? quarters of Maj. Gen. Gillmore, coni mauding the Depaitment of South parolina. General Gillmore informed ino...

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. — 6 September 1865

. i COLUMBIA. Wednesday Morning, Sept. 6,1865. Jefferson Davli. We invite our mir readers to a pe? rusal of the veil-penned and well-' considered memorial of the ladies of Abbeville'to President Johnson, in behalf of his captive, tn J late Presi? dent of the Confederate States. A similar address from the ladies of Co? lumbia might well be made, to accom? pany this\ouching appeal from then sisters of Abbeville, and from all parts of the State, and from all the South -nay, why not from all the gentle and pitiful of the North also-all who shrink with a sense of horror from the idea of shedding more blood, and with a sense of shame at any indignity offered to a prostrate enemy-let a universal voice of pleading go forth, as from so many thousands of congre? gated hearts in prayer and' pity, that the arm of vengeance may be staid, while mercy bids tho unhappy pri? soner to go in peace! It is very sure, whatever his sins may have been, his sufferings have been great. His power is gome fore...

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. — 6 September 1865

- By T?l?grapli. Latctt from Europe. HALIFAX, August 31.-The steamer America, with Liverpool dates to the 29th, has arrived. It is believed that the. Great Eastern will be despatched after the cable. ?The cholera has reached Marseilles. There is great excitement on accoun* of its approach. Paris Bourse is flat. Plentes firmer, at 66.15, Two ships of the Russian iron-clad squadron were wrecked on their way to Stockholm. The English steamer Dunning was sunk, and twenty-five persons lost. Union Sleeting in Richmond. NEW YORK, August 31.-The New York Herald's Richmond correspon? dence contains an account of a great Union meeting held in that city on Tuesday. Resolutions expressing in? dignation at the suspicions of North? ern people, that former secessionists Were not sincere in taking the oath of allegiance, professing the warmest at? tachment to the National Government," .acquiescing in the result of the war, including the abolition of slavery, and pledging confidence and the greatest...

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. — 6 September 1865

An Invocation. To mu Mother, whose ha7-p fias long hutoy ontteyt?lOic, these lines are' affectionately de?ieat?a. A i. One talismanic touch, onc?'moro J { apt in poetic pleasures, Lot Fancy set, as oft before, .Her thoughts to music's measures; Ere jet her inspiration sped, Thy harp, untuned to numbers, It i chords long mute, its spirit fled, What themo can break ifs slumbers? rt. Hath Time, triumphant hi has pow'r* With reckleajlfootstcps trod Within swccl^pempc's fairest bow'r Abd scattefTO blight abroad Left crushed and wiltered^n their bloom, Imagination's flowers. Or o'er thy dial cast a gloom. That once marked sunniest hours? m. Hath Care turned trailing clouds, adrift, To dim thy Heaven of mind? And thus obscure thc gracious gift Of Poesy there enshrined? Hath age- Promethcus-hke-the fire Of GeniUs stolon away From thoughts, that glowed along thy lyre, And kindled many a lay? IT. Oh! wave thy magic wand again, And strike the o'er?owing heart. That bmsts of song, may in full s...

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. — 7 September 1865

THE DIL y PH(NJi DAILY PAPER $10 A YEAR. i,ILET OU .J 'U TED TIlE TUE E VI-TEELY $7 ,.YEAR. By J. A. SEMBYP COLUMBIA, S. C., THURSDAY MORNING, SETMBER 7, 1865. VOL. 1-NO.1 wrtllomm R "t186. VL t -W_ 13Yt x xx sh jr Jtivj?i^ JLY IS PUBLISHED D A IL ? AND TR I- WEE KL Y. AND THE WEEKLY GtEENEfr EVER? WEDNESDAY. BY JULIAN A. SEL*>3Y. TER MS-IN* AD V A N C IC. SUBSCRIPTION. Daily Paper, six months.$5 00 Tri-Weekly, " " .? 50 Weckb, " " . " ...:.2 00 Single copies of thc Daily and Tri-Weekly 10 cents: ot the Weekly, lo cents. ADVERTISEMENTS Inser? od in cither the Daily or Tri-Weekly a SI per square for tho first insertion, and 7i cents for each subsequent insertion. In tin Weekly, $1 a square. iFS'Special notices 15 cents a linc. >.*a.uioTal .Vddrcss <?f (tic Souillera methodist Bishops. "Wo have t?iD grout .pleasure of pre geuting our readers, below, tin pastoral address ot' the Southern Me thodist bishops, and beg their uttcn tion to it ?'.sa most nblo and Inch exposition of ...

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. — 7 September 1865

' COLUMBIA. Thurs??y Morning, Sept. 7,1865. How We Should Wot?t Tho people who refuse to recognize Necessity as a duty, will bo-compelled to receive Necessity1!? a fate. This is the law, written ?in .all human expe? rience, for six thousand* years. To re? ject the duty is to incur the doom. Necessity comes to us first as a coun? sellor, a friend, a monitor, a persuader aniV beguiler. In these aspects, ste would guide and succor. Denied tho exercise of her? gentlor attributes, scorned and forbidden, she arms her? self with terrors, and holds over us the, scourge. The sins of omission, especially, on the port of the people, are those which God punisiies through tho fate, Necessity. The nou-user of our individual endowments, the re? fusal to'dtvelop, to full use, tho mate? rial possessions, privileges and oppor? tunities, accorded to us, are among the greatest offences against the law; in? asmuch as we are set to live in life for tho two great objects, viz: tho deve? lopment of all the...

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. — 7 September 1865

?Oy Tole^rapli- ; Klection R?&urhs. "WINKSBOBO, September 9. The fol? lowing is the result of the election held in tins District, for members of the Convention: James H. Rion, W. R. Robertson, John H. Bratton. CHESTER, September 6.-C.- Davis Melton, James Hemphill, and Dr. A. P. Wylie have bean elected members' of the Convention from this District. Do-tr nra U ot JmajrM** Party in Mexico. NEW YORK, August 80.-It is stated "that the Imperialists have- forced the army of the Republicans from the Rio Grande, and are now occupying the whole country, with the exception of a small portion of -Chihuahua, in which Juarez and his Government were at last accounts attempting to make a last stand. My informant, who is a Mexican gentleman of high charac? ter, ?las no doubt that the intelligence is correct. IM?*urban?e om Roanoke island. FORTRESS MONROE, Sept. 2.-The steamer Washington Irving has arrived at Norfolk, from Roanoke Island. The captain reports that on the eve of their departure f...

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. — 7 September 1865

_lL_*_1 Going to Sleep. Th?>liglit is fading down tito sky, The shadows grow and multiply, I hear the thrushes' evening song; But I havo borno with toil and wrong Hr long, so long! Dim dream i my drowsy senses drown . So, darling/ kiss my cyftlids downl ? My life's brief spring toenl wasted by, Mv summer ended fruitlessly; ? loamed to hunger, strive and wait - I found you, love-< happy fate . So late, so lato! Now all my fields aro turning brown- . SOj darling, kiss my eyelids down! Oh! blessed'sleep! oh! perfect rest! "Thus pillowed on your faithful breast. Nor life nor death is wholly drear; O, tender heart, since you arc here, So dear, so dear! Sweet love, my soul's sufficient erOwn! Now, darliug/kiss my.eyelids d?wn!? [Atkuitib Monthly. . -J.e.--- - Cards Spiritualized. Tho following curious article is taken from an English newspaper of the veal 1774, and is there culled ? . THE PERPETUAL ALMANAC;. OR, * SOLDIER'S PRAYERBOOK, BY ^tCH.\I5r> LANE, A Private Soldier, belon...

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. — 8 September 1865

THE DAILY W F IHK NIX. DAILY PAPER $10 A YEAR. "LET OUR JUST CENSURE ATTEND TtfE TRUE EVENT." TRI-WEKKL* ?7 A YEAR. ' BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., FRIDAY MORHTPTG, SEPTEMBER S, 1865. VOL. L-ftO.13?^ THE JPHONIX ' IS PUBLIStlED D A IL Y AND TR I- WE ERL Y. , AND THE EVERY WEDNESDAY. BY JULIAN A. SELBY. i TERMS-IN ADVANCE. SUBSCRIPTION. Pailv Paper, six months.$5 00 Tri-Weeklv, " " .3 50 Weekly, ' " " .2 00 Single cwpies of the Daily nmd-Tri-Weekly, 10 cents; ot the Weekly, 15 cants. ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted in either t?e Daily or Tri-Wcekly at $1 per square for the first insertion, ami 75 ?enta for each subsequent insertion. In the Weekly, $1 a square. aarSpocial notices 15 cents a line. "HLTSOTTEE "~&W,~ Auctioneers, General Com. Agents and Exchange Brokers, COLUMBIA, S. C. VNY business entrusted to them will re? ceive prompt attention. liOLD, SILVEU, SECURITIES and BAN Iv NOTES bought and sohl. liefer to Messrs. WILLIS A CHISOLM and Messrs. JOHN F BASEE A Co., Charles? ton. ...

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. — 8 September 1865

? A H Johnson.A.1st...December 14, 1864 W. J. Jordan..s.B.26thu.December 29, 1864 W N. Irick.E.5th Cavalry.January 28, 1865 J. A. Jackson.N.B..... .1st.April 24, 1865 J. S. Kilby.H..... .7th.. .January 28, 1875 J. H. M. Kissiah. .E.21st.February 2, 1867) M. Ii. Kixby.K.4-22d. ..April 10, 1865 J. A. Keller..-B.22d.April 12, 1865 J. J. King.A.3d Bat'n.April 23, 1865 J. Lucas..?..Ch.12th.January 30, 1864 John Lawson.E.24th.July 7, 1864 P. Lewis....K.27th.f.July u, 1864 Henry W. Lowrimon.F.21?t.October 23r 1864 J. A Lindsey.E.3d.January 3, 1865 Corp. R. Lamb.Y.H.25th.February 14, 1865 "William Lyla*.*.B.15th...April 3, 18C5 John M. Layton.H*.-f .lat.April 19, 1865 W. C. Leak.F.22d. .May 23, 1865 D. A. Langford.E. .-Holcombe flUfcion.May 28, 1865 J. M. McClendon.G.21st.January 24, 1804 J. B. ^loore.?.F.21st.*.-February 6, 1864 G. F. Madison.? .F.1st.v.August 12, 1864 J. A, Mack..?1.27th.September 9, 1864 G. W. Martin..;.M.7tbn.September 13, 1864 C. P. Mims.A.18th.".September 9, 1864 J. M...

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. — 8 September 1865

" ? rr ??? ?1 1 ... - By Telegrapli. , Post Olllce Artair?. WASHINGTON, September 2.-Among the many mail routes recently re? stored by the Postmaster-General are the following: From Nashville to Johnsonville, and from Nashville and intermediate points to Chattanroga, and from Wartrace to Shelbyville-all daily service; from Columbia, S: C., to Greenville, and all the intermediate offices-service three times a week. B. B. Vassal! has been appointed agent of the Post Office Department for the States of North and South Carolina. Mr. Vassall has been acting postmaster at Wilmington since its occupation by the Federal troops. iFrom Europe? NEW YORK, August 30.-The Mon? treal steamship North American ar? rived off Father Point yesterday, with European advices to the 18th inst., one day later than those received by the City of Washington. Anxieties and speculations as to the fate of the cable were put an end to by the safe arrival of the Great. Eastern in Crookhaven on the morn? ing of the ...

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. — 8 September 1865

.? i .j i '_Mag What I Live For. BY G. ti. BANKS. I live for those who love nie; . For those I know are true: For thc Heaven that^milcs abovo me, ''And awaits my spirit, too; For the human ties-that biud mo; For the task by Coil assigned me; For the bright hopos left behind me, And tho good that I can do! I live to learn their story, Who've suffered for my sake; To emulate their glwry, Aud follow in their wake: Bards, martyrs, patriots, sages The noblest of all ages Whose deeds erown history's pages, And Time s great volume make! I live to hr.? thc season, By gifted minds foretold, When men shall rule by reason, And not alone by gold: Wh^n man to man united. And every wrong thing righted. The whole world shall be lighted As'Eden was of old! I live to hold communion . With all that is Divine; To feel tlien- is a union ' Twixt Nature's heart and mine; To profit by affliction; Reap truths from fields of fiction; Grow wiser from conviction. And fulfill each grand design. I live for thos...

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