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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 29 July 1866

THE BAILY Daily Paper $8 a Year 'Let our Just Censure P??ONII. Attend the True Event. BY JULIAN A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 29. 1866. Tri-Weekly $5 a Year VOLUMK II-NO. 112. THE PHOENIX, HIBU8UED J>AI1.Y AND TBI-WEEKX.Y. THE GLEANER, EVERY WEDNESDAY IfORNTNO. BY JULIAN A. S&LBY, STATE AND CITY PRINTER. TERMS-IN ADVANCE. SUBaCRIPTlON. Daily Paper, six months..:.$4 00 Tri-Weekly, " " . 2 60 "Weekly, IM " . 1 50 . . ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted at 75 cento per square for the first Insertion, and 50 cents for each subs?quent. Weekly 75 cents each insertion. *y A liberal discount tnade on the altove rates when advei-tisemeuts are insiticd by the month or year. tat Special notices 10 cents a line. AGENTS. S. P. Kinara, Newberry. Samuel Drouthitt, Greenville C. H. Wm.-Moore, Abbeville C. ir. Julina Poppe, Anderson C. H. England and France. We make the following extracts from the English papers brought ont by the Scotia. They all seem to look with interest to the actio...

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 July 1866

COLUMBI^. Sunday Morning, July 29, 1866. Cotton-The Crop? aiul Price?-. Planters Take H????<!. Tho New York Independent, some time ago, in concert with other organs of tho dry goods interest in that city, basing 4heir calculations on the statements made hy the leading papers of tho South, and from cor? rect statistics gathered from district and county officers in every cotton growing State, estimated tho glowing crop of cotton at 1,100,000 bales. In tho Phoenix, of tho 7th inst., will be found this estimate made by the New York Dry Gooda Exchange, which corroborated the other estimates. Now, beforo a month has elapsed, thc Independent comes out with a new estimate aud puts down the crop at 3,000,000 bales. Where, or from what source throughout the Southern States, this sapient staticiau has gained tho information upon which ho doubles his former estimate, would bo difficult to say. On the contrary, .if tho estimate heretofore made should not be lessened, there is no ground whatev...

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 July 1866

By Tole sra^?a^?i. ?% -^-;._ Later fro un Ea rope. FAATHF.R POINT, Joly 28.-The steamer Peruvian, from Liverpool July 19 and Lon? donderry July 20, has arrived* JBsiegrams from Liverpool of the 20th stake that tho military position ie un? changed. Groat forcea aro concentrating ou both sides before Vienna. The Moniteur naya that Prussia bas consented to abstain from hostilities for five days, provided that Austria agrees to do tho samo, and give discretion (?) on the basis proposed within tlii t period. ^Tho news from tho Great Eastern conti? nues very sulisfactory. A.hout 900 miles of tho Atlantic cable had been payed out. Cotton has declined jd. ou the week. The sales of the week have been 71,000 halos-Friday's sales estimated at 12.000 halos, market closing steady. Middling Orleans quoted at 14jd.: middling up? lands 13|d. Brcadstuffs very dull. Con? sols, for monov, 884O18S.V. United Stales live-twenties 69|@70. The Preston Banking Company bad sus? pended; liabilities at present...

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 July 1866

i .j.UMIIIMIMII-n.na Thc Koot-atep? or Decay. The following is a translation from an anaM? Spanish poem, which, says tho Ed in OUTR lievu'in, is surpassed by nothing with which wc aro acquainted in tiie Spa? nish language, except tho "Ode of Louis De Leon:" Oh, let tko soul its slumbers break Arouse its senses, and awake To see how soon Life, in it? glories, glidos away, And tho stern foot-steps of decay Como stealing on. And whilo wo view the rolling tide, Down which our flowing minutes glide Away so fast, Let us tho present hour emp" >y. And deem each future dream a joy Already past. Let no vain hope deceivo the mind, No happier let us hopo to find. To-morrow tuan to-day; Our golden dreams of yore were bright - Like thom thc present* shall delight, Like them decay. Our lives like hastening stream* must be, That into ono engulpbing sea Are doomed to fall The sea of death, whoso waves roll on O'er king and kingdom, crown and throne, And swallow all. Alike the river's lordly tide,...

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 July 1866

rr Daily Paper $10 a Year BY JULIAN A. SELBY. "Let otu: Just Censure PIKE IIX. Attend the True Event." Tri-Weekly $7 a Year. COLUMBIA, S: C., SATURDAY MORNING., APRIL 28. I860. VOLUME II-NO. 34. PUBLISHED DAILY AN?) TlU-WJIEKLY'. ? SSTLHY WEDSESBAY ?OE5LNO. BY JULIAN A. .SLEJLJ^YJ STATE AKI> CITY-, PRINTER T?RMS-IJST ADV? NCR. RTIBSCBirTION. Daily Paper, six mou tia's.-..$-100' TrirWeeMy, .. " ... 2*> Weekly, * " ". . 150 ADVEunsKiiEirra Inserted at 75 cents per square for the first Insertion, and 50 corns for each subsequent. Weekly 75 cents each insertion, - i MST AMberal discouh? madtfen (TIP above I rate? votiert advertisement* are inserted by the month x>r year- * - ? 4?T Special notices 10 cents a line. v -' AGENTS. S. P. Emard, Newberry ^ ' Sainael Drouthitjt, Greenville C. H. Wm. Moore, Abbevfflo C. H. * Julios Poppe, Anderson CH.'1. --'IT CoNFEDEBATES IN - P-fRlS.-The Paris correspondant of the New York Times says: "We have here i?ow quite a group of the former gre...

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 July 1866

*. C?LUMBIix. _^ -1-" -'- - . jr . ? -. Tu?day Morning, July 31.1886. Protect tug "Loy? I Uta." . Tho attention of the'pe?ple should be eaUod to a bill introduced, some eight or ten days ago, into the United States Senate, by a Senator Poland, ** from Vermont. It is styled, a.bill to prevent courts from being used as in? st rumente of persecution against loyal persons-ve presume in the Southern States. . , *Fh? bfl? provides that, in any action of tort to person or property done between April 13, 1861, and July 1, 1865, it shall be lawful to plead or giro in evidence in bar pf said action: 1. That at the time -whoa the wrong was' committed - the plaintiff was disloyal to the Government, ot the United States. - 2. That the plaintiff -was engaged in insurrection- and rebellion against tho United States. * . 3. .That tho plaintiff aided and oomforted and sympathised with the rebels and insurgents against the Go? vernment of the United States. : 4. That tho plaintiff applied for and obt...

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 July 1866

^m??????kW??t? j ? ' M'-l?mA? England and America Connected I The Atlantic Cable Successfully Laid ! ! LATH KI'KOPKAS SltWS. ?KW YOUR, July 39.-Tho laying of tte Atlantic cable is a perfect success; tho fol? lowing despatch has jost been received: T HEART'S CONTENT, Joly 28.-We arrived hero at 9 o>'<dock this morning,..*!! weil. Thank God, the cable has been laid and is in perfect working order. CYRUS W. FIELD. * . SECOND WKSP.VICI1. ' HEART'S CONTENT, Joly ?8.~-We aro in t?l?graphie communication with Ireland; the cabio ls in perfect working ordor. Eng? land and America are again united by tele? graph. Tbe cable ia in perfect order. We have been receiving and Bonding message* through the whole .cable since, thc Bphae un the 13th lnef... otf Valentia. ., - CYRUS W. FIELD. - - THIRD DESPATCH. * ' HE ART'S CONTENT, Friday, July 27-9.4*0 A. M.-The Great Eastern ha? just an? chored opposite tho telegraph office. The cable was spliced two hours since, on tho Midway, and will be her...

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 July 1866

jj^x3o:EiT^B /very j .Tba London dailies ar? not alway? very dignified in their political dis? cussions. The ?Standard, the other j day, began a leading editorial in this ? fashion: ''With a dotard for a loader | m dnajjouse,, and .a maniac in the j other'^nieaninsr, of courso, Earl Rus?; * selbart^Mr. 'Gladstone. The radicalism of GeD. Logan is of * the most" intense breed* JJ ho floes not alter his ways, he will one day ti ave, occasion to repeat thc. patheti c mterro'gut?Ty of his illustrious name sa"ke'f '''Who is there to mourn for Logan? Not one." ?""*l?6Vj A. "?F: Ityau, a Catholic priest ofjBal?rvill?j Tennessee, and an Irish '*-man birth, is the author of _thc toucnlng poem, "The Conquered Banner.^ ^ : - - ?Eveh tho^teiverest censuro may be softened. The editor ot the Norfolk * 'Virijmiari saysi that "Forney is an un? mitigated scoundrel, - but good -enough to go to Congress. Four Good Mules, arom^ -WELL broke and in good order. I >f^Hl I*01, salo low. AppTv to mWmfU JOH...

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 August 1866

THE DAILY Daily Paper $8 a Tear "Let our Just Censure PHONIX. Attend the True Event. BY JULIAN A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1. 18GG. Tri-Weekly $5 a Year VOLUME ii-NO. 114 THE PHONIX, PUBLISHED DAILY AND TRI-WEEKLY. THI GLEANER, EVERT WEDNESDAY MORNTNG. BY JULIAN A. SELBY, STATE AND CITY TEINTEE. TERMS-IN A)) VA NCE. SUBSCRIPTION. Daily Paper, six months.?4 00 Tri-Week! v,, " ".2 50 Weekly, '" " .-1 50 ADVERTISEMENTS . Inserted ai 75 cents per square for the first Insertion, and 50 cents for each subsequent. Weekly 75 cents each insertion. 19* A liberal discount made on the at*one rates rohen advertisements are inserted by the month or year. tar Special notices 10 couts a lino. AGENTS. . S. P. Ein&rd, Newberry. Samuel Drouthitt, Greenville C. H. Wm. Moore, Abbevillo C. H. Julina Poppe, Anderson C. H. Wita* ia Loy alt y I . The following eloquent extract is from the speech of Hon. Edgar Co? wan, in the United States Senate, July 6, 1866, on the mis-called ...

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 August 1866

---mmmmmm-mmmam--yw-ga COLUMBI^.. I Wednesday Morning, August. 1,1866. j Tile Convention or Del?gate*. The people of South. Carolina, for the first time in many yews, assemble I in Convention to-day for the purposo of initiating measures by which tho i State is to bo represented in a politi? cal assemblage to be convened in a j Northern State. The occasion is much more important than ' would appear at first sight, for although tho Convention wliich meets to-day is not one called by the authority of law, but a voluntary meeting of dele? gates of the people, yet its voice and its action will bo regarded-and will be so in fact-as the voice and action of the people of South Carolina. This journal has approved of the objects and p -posos of the originat? ors of tho Convention which is to meet in Philadelphia, and, as we oonsider it a natural sequence, it has also approved of the proposition that South Carolina should be represented in that body. It is, in our opinion, only discharging ha...

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 August 1866

Cable Despatches. - Aarr BAY, July SO-Midnight.-l?y an arrivai of a vessel from Port-au-Basquo to? night, further despatches through the cable from Europe have been received among them several messages to private parties from England. These were brought from Heart's Content. By this arrival, ar? rangements have been mado which will insure moro rapid and frequent transmis? sion of despatches from Port-au-Basquc henceforth until the Gulf cable is laid. JLIO?OXJN, Saturday evenings July 28.-Tho latest reports from the seat of war state that peace preliminaries between the con? tending forces are progressing, but no do tails received. ?* Consols closed at SSI; 5-20's, G'Jj. LIVERPOOL, July 28-Evening.-Cotton market firm: middling uplands 144. [The trade of cotton quoted iu the above mar? et report waa not stated is the despatch, but as middling uplands is uniformly given when the price of one description alone is reported, that probably is the description referred to.l The Herald has th...

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 August 1866

:i?<DEix.rJ.-?-3sar"sr .^_"_,_- - Poem from tile Spirit of Poe. . The following poem, which purports to come from tho spirit of Edgar A. roe, is worthy of his genius, and is conceived and expressed in his happiest style: From tho throne of life eternal. From the home of love supernal, j? Where thc angel feet make mosic over ?1! tho starry floor, ? Mortals, T have com? w>mota >'ou Come with words ot love lo greet you, And to tell you of thc glory that is mine forevermore. Once before I found a mortal, Waiting at the Heavenly portal r Waiting but to catch tho echo from thal ever-opening, door; . And I seized his quickened being, J And though all his inward seem JR - Caused my burning aspiration in a fiery Hood to pour! Now I come more meekly human,- fljf And the weak lips of a woman Touch with fire from off the altar- not with burnings as of yore; But iii holy lovo descending. With her chastened being blending, 1 would fill your soul with music from the bright celestial s^.or...

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 August 1866

n? twijiiij>i'i4ii>i.ir" * Vv BT -JULIAN ic SELBY. arm %jx*&jtmmi* ?^:?^,??PY; PRINTER. ,. atnufcarraosi. wSLES?r ' *i? J^"??1,8_ M 00 ?X** Omm *90**???a?ia -araw. _AGSKTB. avilie C. H. i PoppBy Auderson Cs TH oF SEOBETABY KA?-. -EowhlgM&i * copy o? Secretary Harland letter of resigna WASHE?GTOM, Juhr??, 1866. r. To THE PEESDOEST: Having hereto? fore informed you of my readiness to ?ithdraw ?rom the Cabinet when it might accord with your pleasure ?ad convenience to name my successor, .," 7 -n^aac^jBf tn understanding > in a recent interview, I h?*?# *e*?qter my resignation o? the office of Secretary of the Interior, to take effect on the Ant day of Sep t?nbflr~ Matti - In tims severing my oMgM^SMfn Kop with yoiirAdniihis tot?mig would do injustice to my vvere I not to present my for the uniform: less pholw? me by i pf service. Pray le Rider of n ntions jH?f?ffi and vigor i labors incident imd.wwdom.tp wise measures ?egress may desire to 5 peace and nations" ie l^(&a...

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 August 1866

OOLUMBLir S Weouweday Morning, August 1,1^66. Tis? VrUmm** o? Vwtfew Monro*. , Th? Judiciary Committee *W UrtEj Ho aso of Representativos of the< radios! Congress has at Inst made its report on the result of their investi? gations of the charges made against Mr. Davis-treason and complicity in th^?sni^?rtio? s??W^effitft denjL, Ofc flfl^arf? in sahetaneor that Mr. Davis is t*otosrjo?aty gtt?ty oi treason, and that there are no obsta? cles to? speedy ?nd: impartial trial which cannot be removed by legis? lation,. As regards the charge of the com? plicity in the assassination, the com? mittee express the ?pinion that there is probable cause to believe that Jef - ^iersbn^a^isJ*** privy to the mea sajes whiohied to the> assassination of Mr Lincoln, but that-the- investi g?tions made by the War Depart ment and by the Committee, hav< not sufficed to put the G?vermneni in possession of all the facts ol th( c*s& Theythink further time would develop the whole foots of?the case. ...

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 August 1866

dkfbOS t? convict Mr. Davis, and th -^e ^vinence th g^orjwy wniafa prevent a co victicm by say Urmest jory. There no sane rjut? in th? country who dc po&g?pr* th?* if this goo^flutf ^^^8^ of an cadence tr ||^^^^^?5|5"to baiVd h troth and insincerity, in the beset* P^or^l^^^^^li^, if th ware a? i^fefgIfj"^ ' impartial)^ 't^ennld nat he moved by legislation, why did thif committ.ee report a bill ?or t parp?se1? fflr. Davis ?ncr Ids oom tr-fQg?l^ been denied-a boon that woald be cteg^ convincing testimony that these i indulge in the hope that the Hf the illustrious prisoner may be vi oat in the fort in which he is in oersted, anch tiiut thas~they wonli relieved of the ignominy of the w transaction, from his being mana on the first day of his entrance its casemates until the ?Jresent h One more thought. It ' strike.' that this report, setting forth tht suit of many months' investiga! would fully justify President J son in releasing the prisoner ou role. H's most malignant ene have 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. — 2 August 1866

. :-.^in<Wli,'?-s^i Nsw Omul, July 80.-The radical - Convention, which attempted to convene in tfefc eSy, caused' a terrible riot. The Convention met at 12 o'clock, twen - t y-six member? being preven). ' Large numbera of negroes formed, ia procession, with drama beating, and marched to the Mechanic's Insti+uie, where the Conven? tioB waB iu session. Tho most intense excitement prevailed. Indiscriminate flrinr occarred in several streets, and a mimber of negroes were killed and some .whites wounded. The ; police surrounded the Convention building, and endeavored to maintain order. On th? meeting of the Convention, the populace surrounded the building; and an immense mob of negroes were both inside and outside. The police and people finally became masters oz thc situation, and the bnilding was closely besieged. Thc police attempted to enter the building, when they were fired upon. The firing then commenced from the outside upon the mob inside, and finally tho parties inside surren...

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. — 3 August 1866

rr Daily Paper $10 a Year BY JULIAN A. SELBY. "Let otu: Just Censure PIKE IIX. Attend the True Event." Tri-Weekly $7 a Year. COLUMBIA, S: C., SATURDAY MORNING., APRIL 28. I860. VOLUME II-NO. 34. THE PHONIX, PUBLISH!'.!" DAILY AN? TKI-WEEKXY. THE GLEANER, EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING. BY JULIAN A. SELBY, STATE AND CITY PRINTER. TERMS-IN ADVA NC E. SUBSCRIPTION. Daily Paper, six months.$4 00 Tri-Wecklv, " " . 2 50 Weekly, * f " " . 1 50 ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted at 75 cents per square for the first insertion, and 50 cents for each subsequent. Weekly 75 cents each insertion. A liberal discount made on the above rates when advertisements are inserted hy the month or year. SST Special notices 10 cents a line. AGENTS. S. P. Hillard, Newberry. Samuel Drouthitt, Greenville C. H. fm. Mooro, Abbeville C. H. Julius Poppe, Anderson C. H. Very Touching and Appropriate. The following extract is from un address delivered by A. S. Florenco, Esq., to the pupils of Union Point Academy, Georgia, which wo fin...

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. — 3 August 1866

COLUMBI^. Friday Morning, August 3, 1866. The Beginning of the Sud. The bloody riot at New Orloaus is, we fear, but tho precursor of others of a like character. A fearful condi? tion have the baneful efforts of the Abolitionists and radicals brought this country into; nothing less may be apprehended than a war between tho races, uuless the conservatism of tho couutry arises in its might and power to put an end to tho destroyers of their liberties. It is a fearful thing to contemplate what evil the bad passions of human nature can inflict upon such a land as this, with its millions of intelli? gent citizens, its fertile lands and teeming fields and meadows, it? rich mineral resources, and, in short, every element of prosperity known to man. The" wicked legislation of tho radical party in Congress is re? sponsible for all the horrors which may follow such a war. Their ever? lasting canting about the negro, their civil rights bills, negro suffrage measures, and all the other agencies 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. — 3 August 1866

By TelesrapH. Tn? Siseen and the Presiden!. ASFY BAY, July 30. -Thc Superintendent of the Newfoundland Line arrived here at 9 o'clock, this morning, with a message from the Queen of Great Britain to the President of the United States, as follows: To Ute President of the United States, Was/tington: The Queen congratulates tho President on the successful completion of an under t aking which she hopes may servo as an additional bond or union between tho United States and England. KEPI.Y OT THE PRESIDENT. EXECUTIVE MANSION, WASHINGTON, 11.30 A. M., July 30. ?Tb her Majesty, Queen of the United King? dom of Great Britain and Ireland: Tho President of tho United States ac? knowledges, with profound gratification, the receipt of her Majesty's despatch, and cordially reciprocates, arid hopes that tho ? cable which unites the Eastern ami West? ern hemispheres may servo to strengthen and perpetuate peace and amity between tho Government of Englatfd and the re? public of the United States. AND...

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. — 3 August 1866

m ,i i-Tim--- ' ?* MIS PET ITIA TVT Y The Night Hunter. MESSES. EDITORS: The following was sug? gested by an incident related to the author, when traveling, many years ago, among tho Seminole Indians, or before tho tribe was removed from Florida to their proscut location in the Arkansas Territory: Still was Night's silver Boonery, And silence reign'd o'er all tho wilds; But who on steals from tree to tree, With bended bow? What dream beguiles That darkling hunter of the night? For human game, the trail ho takes Tho friend so falso and maid so light, Who bis fond faith betrayed. When wakes Tho moon's palo eye, tho landscape o'er Dim brooding; through tlio glassy dews His phantom foes, that tty before His shaft, he, panting, thus pursues. Now by tho lake, where flows no tide Typ? of Iiis woe-struck soul-be stands; Or on thc prairie's busby side. Like statue in enchanted lands; Or now thc forest's lofty ball, Whcro trails each tree, its stole of sbado, In tragic state-or spread like pa...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
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