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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 4 May 1865

. ss, Wi tmmt?tIilL___??^_]_L?U-L-JU ' Thursday Morning, May 4, 1866. What, of th* Pay. "?i We still ringer for tidings, each ss may be . reliad " span, if only to dissipate the cruel anxieties which a state of suspense always en. genders among a people. Bat we get nothing. Brea Rumor begras to grow ashamed of her profitless . iarentioRfl, and baa transferred her trumpet. from her snoutli to her ear. She, Wh?>did nothing but prattle, before, is now mo g deatly coatent to Har?n.' But we should not wait for nowa with folded, arnie. Whatever - ?ar hsnd%csn find to do, ia our precinct, pro? fessions, labors and domains, to that vre should * address ourselves, regardless of corning events. v?-- It is very, ce/tain that wa can net affect these ?vents in any wayi>y honestly working iu oar ?" ? vocations. Bat it is"equally certain that these ?vents will operate materially to the hurt of ' . '- these who wait for them in idleness. By ^* : oeunselliag occupation to our people, however, ...

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. — 4 May 1865

T_iOO?tl H?&XX?.e9m The officeof tl? Columbi* Pkevn?x ? on <JraU? street, ?econ? doo? from Plain. . Importan! notices from GOT. Magrath, ar? published in this morning's paper, to whioh geaeral attention is invited. FAST Vf iso.-The evil inflnence of th? East] wind, proverbial since the days of Koah, pre? vails orer us now, and a chilly ?nap, since thc ! beginning nf May, has disquieted everybody whom we.meet. It ia net, however, th? worst j of the ?Us tbat ?erne to ws Omi the Beat. Gov. Maea?TB-His Excellency Gov. Ma? grath reached this city oa Tuesday evening last. His presence is needed her?, and we tmst he will he able te> reduce to some degree of order the unruly and refractory elementa which threaten Tts with chaos ?om? again.? We take for granted-that ?be eitizena will accord him a freak and fall rapport ia all operations ^which he may contemplate for?the public good. Hue Calf FOR BARTER or SALE. Apply at thia office. May 4 1* S3*otloe. IWILL be found in the South Ca...

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. — 4 May 1865

' IB'IIT1 i SEBE i rag ? est if not alwava the most truth*ful* Mos:, of the men wera in excellent spirits, while others, including most of the officers, were j gloomy and dispirited. Some were defiant,' mad offered to fight their regiment, brigade ??' or division against any twice their number. Naturally ? this gasconade only excited pT.ea-.ant remarks from the victors, who could afford to bc magnanimous. At faur o'clock, it was announced that the surrender bad been ?onsuincated and. the articles signed. Aud how the enthu . siasm which had been restrained by un? certainty broke loase. Officers and men indulged in tho wildest antics. The various brigade commanders' announced the joyful nowa lo their commands, and cheers of the wildest description followed.1 To? men threw their bats high in the air, leaped, threw themselves into each others' arms, ?nd seemed mad witli joy. "Whiskey, which had been scarce.for the past few days, as if "by magic appeared io large quanti? ties, and peace'...

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. — 5 May 1865

Jbe?ly Paper $40 a Month. J Payable in Advance. S J By ?T. ?, SELBY. "Let ehr just censure Attend the true event."-Shakspeare. COLUMBIA. C., FRiDAY, MAY 5/1865. j TrI-Weekly $30 a Month, "f Payable in Advance. . VOL. 1.-NOe, 32. THE COLUMBIA PHONIX1 IC yWBM?SED I) AI LT AND TE I - WEI ? I.T. )IT JU LIAN A. SELBY. Tb? Daily is issued everv morning, except Sfapday, at $40 a month. . Tri" Weekly, Tuesday. Thursday and Sattrday, at $20 a mont li, inva? riably m advance. -- Single copies $2. Advertisement* inserted at $10 per. sousr* (tea lines) Jo r ?aaa insertion. [Origin al. Ballad. \ GU bow th? dreams of other days awaken Tie echoes of eaeh. well remember'd st np, Aad all the palace of th* soul are shaken. Aad hopes and joya revive, forgotten U.ug A sadden gt!sh cf st%slight, iv sn hour, Recalls ttl? rapturous dream of long ago; A sudden burst of song, in moon-lit bower, Speaks nutt delunion to the heart of wo. How dost thee liak thyself to these emotions, Bad wanderer, sweet as sad,...

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. — 5 May 1865

si_... i i vC^tTTiTsiTT'??? I I ? m""' ~~yr~-- *- ' 11-; ' .-- _j friday Morning, May 5, 1865. Delation In Ext?rnala. The exhibition of national splendor, or Of private opulence, ia aejdon a nore proof of na tiona! prosperity. Tho bankrupt' moke* his meet extraordinary displays ol profligacy, just before nie open failure; end there is no moral filth mona shocking than that which imperial trappings aro employed to conceal. Re ma ri* ingto a pupil the varions transactions which bad taken place within a ?hort period, in au<' about Athen?, during the splendid career of Pericles, one of the Greek Fag<-s contrasted it* condition unfavorably "with thnt of tba peviod when it was'mostly wanting in its present magnificence, rbe deplorod^e luxuries whicb had sprung up around bini, 'superseding the*j humble desires and tba model?'? ambitious ef a virtuous simplicity among (he pimple. IM He beady of externes could-n.ot reconcile kim to the rottenness which lay below; and bc pro dictad, tho...

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. — 5 May 1865

tba people of South C wolios^nasti excite pro?, found alteration, atfee'rJmg, as it does, tri? sus* cess of ? cause to whick they had ?vie eontr?T hu lion , w.ithout stint, arri sacrifice witho-'.t murnur. * ' - ft would have bHe;i *.tatiryin,?-to ruo iff eotthl h*ve gi7S**# to yo.i any information o.f the purp'?*?* of those who h tve been intrusted . with th; a hninistrationof thc ^mnoa Govern? ment of the Gwirederite St.atea._ 1 hare not ^oen able, although most anxious to ie so, to obtain any iutctlig??ee upoa this subject, which , I ?muid coinsnuaicate to you. \ Under those eircurnstanoes, you will not (ail .to recognize the solemn ooligatien now de? volved -upon the ant ?iori ti os of the State, to adc>?>t nil measures which may promote, as*far .and a* ?wH ru? tlisy can, the welfare of the peo pie* .wIrosa -interests they have-beso, specially appoinCeiLto administer. The commutsieattons which are BOW present .ed, from General John stan and from General Lu veil- announce t...

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. — 5 May 1865

tba portrait spoke of ito resemblance in low; words, aa of a mighty marvel, and a proof sot leas of the pc wer of tb* paiute,-than of. iiis deep lore for her whom he depioted s? surpassingly well,i Bittat l?ngrh, as the . labor drew nearer to* its conclusion, none were admited into th? turret, for the painter, bad grow a wild with ardor of 'his work,; and turned I1?9 eyes from the canvass rare? ly, e/en io regard the countenance of his. wife. And he would not see that 'the tints which he spread upon' tba canvass were, drawn -from the cheeks of her who sat be aide him. And when, many weeks bad . passed and hut lit'le remained to do, save* one bm--h upon the mouth, and one tint upon thc nye, the spirit of the. lady again; flickered us ad the flame within the socket, of the lamp- And then* the brush'was given, and then the tint was placed; and for one .moment, the painter stood entranced before the work which, he bad wrought; but ii the next, while lie yet gazed, he grew tremu? lous an...

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. — 6 May 1865

?aUy Paper $40 a Month. > ;^P.,aW.taAdv..ca. f "I ft ooft Ja?t ?envare Attend th? tine event,"-&hmk*pear<>. ?^90: A. SELB Y. - -L-T. - COLUMBIA, ^ft,* C Trt-WealOy t^O a Me? tb. J Payable in Advance. ; MAY 6,186&V V?K L-WO. ^3? THE CCLIMBIA FKttNlX - xs rvnueftTB U?ILT A?*- nu-wt/i m.y. , B Y JUL I A N A. SELBY I .' The Daily U issued every norning, cxr-er? f BWMJSJ, 8tf40sB sn!h. Tn-vi et klv, Tuesday } .??* tatuiday, at ?Ho a moat,.. Ji..\s. . ? ??ly ie adv ants. Hz jr le ?jirt %?, i ^- AsWertrs?or?r?ia.infMt( d at $l? prr fquei. ? (tea fices) for eaeh insertion. 3 . : *h? Lamest fer Bric ab. i ISAIAH IT. , I Ky heart for Moah ? rrowr j Tbs feld? of Ar lie waste.?' Aad Kir ia broegbt te silence f By nijtbt Bud thmtp defectd" IO'er K?bo and Medeba The cooa *f Noah wail, ard groans of hapless il - si,I.ra Proeiaini her cbiidit-a's laJe.. My heart tries ?at for Moat! ..' lier fugitivei that i J Then, J.othith. fcear'at their sorrows, And all thine echoes sigh; Jar Xi...

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. — 6 May 1865

-.jr,iii ,*a'g=r=-=^r -'-1 . ?;^ v ' * IwtHswi. ' V, kara ? Xenreriv t?trnfd, of th* td* . frtui wbich we gather ?bit Gen* G*""1 an<i Sb? ?nao Iii**" gitil ts If ?ubi? gi*tx to *oi?f?? wjth ?be United MUM e?il.?risie? an ?he tU jjeet of B d.fini?e,?ettl?*ei?t of.terpaof pescj Tberc BI p? oro ??? Ve no eVrakt, M J? tb? Coro/? ?ton, t h ut rh*~T?ak>e President ?tej^tud th? t> ini? made bj ib-> f entrain, on ti t gr? end lb* .fte ?MI ? t.ct treat ?bb itbtb ?num. W< tfeim-e tildi the (tooran ?ill ant-e*ed in thai? >fioi?a to j ei>nade tie F?deral authorities ?. tb? hee?p?t>m-e V *** tnj?t agrt-ed ?>p?>n. f\ abat? j 1-blit.h, on Mead?}, lb? ai tide of Uv Carolinian. %jtym editottal.d -paifOiect ef the Herold **} that a tr*atv waa latsie? ??n ihr .".a l. ullin.? bein err. Otar.l and frh?i aban and our ?inhoi tie?. We are to rotor* te ?he Unier, M.d eu rights, m.d*i il e Ctaitttotien. to ba pnaim * iared a? they were. Bath aintief to ?>e diahav. ed.- Slaver...

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. — 6 May 1865

* JlEADQU.V&TEfW, COU?BA, VAT % 1888. To the People mi the State of Se*th. Carolin* / jp??E_ -??rrender of tb? arny nader the ?ooi ??jfcVrm?n?'? of Wen. JLee in Virsrlein, ha? b?en f?li?w*d by the sarraader of the anny vader th? como-ind of fJ.-n J-i'i aston in North Ciro -Caa. Ta th-*? arrutas, South Oeroliae baa oon -triWatM, with vary inconVidor ?h:? exemptions, lier entire mila population. The brare mea in these armie% who hara survived abe bleo-iy war of the pant four years, are aaw returning hom*, as priaoaers of wir. on their parole; and tenable again te tike np their er.a? '?util the conditions have been psrforraed upon which their cop ivitt has bean terminated. TheGoreniaient Of the Confederate Staten, in the creation of which S-mtb C inline- united wi n ber ststsr 3mten?-kae anepeaded its ?vil sud military authority, aird tito hie^i duty of pro rid iag measures far tba waifs rn af it* ci town ?, by a .tera ueoeMity, has been devolved apaa th J t&oraranaeot af the S...

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. — 6 May 1865

-. the-?ir? of ** t'H d?HrriH ?n rr> a ra ??H?sf v<r>i*j? of wied ?ni oe*! Tney**?? noa \k?,very *o?l to h ?arl TV*y an an^ra tli? very 4?nl^^ 0*1? "(br he^whwh!?? yirl^ir'-rwiiid'.cih co n prebend; *n l - deeper, *n U?r^ikv^r n?%ttiee, a* *p> many, wit? ness** waning on tbVKw?raa?. Viii. Th* atara, all bot one. have fled. T-tat ia Lucifer, th* Light; BWer, who ?til. lingera at the porches bf the dey-he, the l ist torch-bearer of the rngbt-^he? th? Brtng?r-i?rof tho D*wnr-Uie One glorious -watcher oror the two,*?in^n$.yet divide I Worl la, ol d*y aol nightl A.a-1 eeh,>oo*r,*l * h* to J g >?? Upon hi* way, with tua torch inverted. K* leola th? approach of the ' aaighlier Presence, in whose intenser fire* bia own b-ight, clear gleam mu it p*l<*! Ia ?fte Bi?t, lo! tho arrowy shafts th u break rough the grey vapors; abut ap in ehe ?re? of orange and ?ri m SOB, th *t part, even as they rise, and rtd'ute, with anfteat charm, "over the whole meek-face ol Heaven! * . .....

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. — 8 May 1865

WSB? ^ .. ;- -- By J. A^SEEBY. COLUMBIA^ S. C., MOND AY ?: KAY 8,?Q*5. VTOL.^I^i??; M. % , ' : V ?- -?i ii.- - ." ?? Vir V'"' r? . i II -' . THE ?OLJji?B A PH?ENIX r*"pi'ni.irHti> i>?fut; yit?w TSt--?FUIT, .. ST JULI AN A .. S B L B Y. . V , , ;v. '>. ;^-.:; Th*. PK il* ?* .i->?>ti?-d >*??"y rro- T??hjr, except Funday, ?.? j40 ? ? o: i)< Tri "Vi ?- k * ,Tw??*day. Thufsd?y a?>d Sa',iiiid?tV, M i> nji-cih, it?va~. rialOy in adam oe. .--ii fcle^oj'i??* ll4^^ Advertir? n:?-to? itn-tTi-d 'at ft 10 p*r ?qrcare (ten i'tiof?) f??e-e*eb tt?M?r?i*)t>.. ,t 'am--.1 " " pataila of the Murder of Lincoln. The foi h m .?ar RCWC i IR {?ken from the Richmond Whig, of the ]?th uh.: . - BEHIND THE BCENKS. Toward tl? tw^tr?ftbg of the ieoond .teenf of tl e. t;r<l ?ct. Jotiti Wi kes Booth, brother tr? Edwin ?tid Junina Bo<?th, and .on to th'* ^Wirateej suttor of the ?ame name, vi*it?>d ;.h?s* i-sclusive doma'ti to whxh h.* nr?dV-do'i aider sn ooen mame. He eiuwe 1 t...

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. — 8 May 1865

, : ,1 i- Our State sod People's Future. :_^It' wU?/ibe ? v tabq<if?*tipn ^.ittiour o?nvewV Ji?n, should our Legislature call it together, .. .SbdJ'ahewH"!^ ^urniit^s ?8*?hr: biing, wh-ihvr lo wtijri .t?? lhe i.l.t-Ui;i(>? asV ?tet?, or io' pre er iii? terri uriel, ?oadiii.?n. Vh*D tn consider t'he. general ro?ste in the , ''l^jntry, ??d' tt.e almost Un?4 w?tit vf . leading I .^?jbrOjijfor government among O?,'j? ia, pei lui ?is *?^^"ao?e?ar$that we ?lH>uld 'be pl ?oed under nilli -t*ty subjection It ie not improbable, indeed, that, thtj JJoiled State? Genier??? will ?abject. Sjuth Carolina, at least, to d<?tne such sut hur? - . *y.. Under a a rong military- gfiveratnmt, which would auudue the liornee .of oonduct ?rhi?h thirty years ?f es*? ?nd profligacy have eeg?ndered( it might be expect??! reasonably .~. - that oar people would arrive at a dne settee ot humility, t?int grand Irison- ami rece-.ity ? ' which enuct hare h??a th? object of the Deity ia subjecting first t...

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. — 8 May 1865

X. o Ord 1 11c ms. Th? iff't ?? *h? Col\*tnl?a / h atria'im en Caite street, seaoti?l d? cir fi? tn Plain. AH I?iPRovitut?^T-Havinit pHKsured ? tmit. ?bl? l-rvaa. the J'haitir wi I* hereaft er present a neater aripeai-iirvce flint, heretofore. . Orrte?Ai>-The attention of t e s-v*ml oflS oials "f the St nt * i* requeated to the orders of tb? Governor, ]' tthlinhed th i? day. Per?o?>? riceiwitiff pupers from other cities c-r lentil, ere requested to give u* th? use of them; ? ?'we er? completely cut off from ell maiT eenmiut.?ration. Peptic MxEriNe-At . meeting of citizens ef Columbia, lair the purp**? of ernanising . proper petro1 force f<>r the protection ami quiet ef the city fruin robhers end rim ?re-a med? itare very much r. q-; ired- the Mayor forcibly addressed the steeling, describing ike nature of the ev ile afflicting the go^pmunii y. and appealed te volunteer? from the ranks of the young and ab!? bodied. We Unat te be supplied with th? . eames of all who ounce ...

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. — 8 May 1865

II ' i -? HE COLOMBIA PHOENIX. - [original. Tb? Bread ??Lifs. ' VAT?KW IT. Man shall r ot li*? hy ?read alone, hot hy ?w?ry. word that preeeedettt oat af tba moat* af Gad" ?.hi ?till in vain, thc human esr?; That ?var e?-ave? the morrow's fred, .and seek* pi o vision, far and near. Far mortal want and pap?ifnj naamt; 'hat wastes (be soil, J h at. roh? th? mine - In e'eepWs march t.ha' non ht eopplier, .till troubled with the low design. Still seeking things beneath the skies. .4 if to-morrow war? the lisa, A? if our only hom? were earth .? if t his poof and padiinjr strife Wer? alight but or leaf to a birth; . birth, that leads to countless year?.. ." To homes' that ?ref mast Vhddre; Thone j?ye compensate present taara. .< For bim who makes .election ?ar?. low make the election sura, which yields Such glori?os fruitr tbrongh ?adics? boar?! ly ?eilirlg in eternal fields,' ' A? in th?se low?ier fi?lde of cn?a; iy to. is for food-net bread alon? That na ly marta! want aoppii*->; ...

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. — 9 May 1865

WSB? ^ .. ;- -- By J. A^SEEBY. COLUMBIA^ S. C., MOND AY ?: KAY 8,?Q*5. VTOL.^I^i??; M. % , ' : V ?- -?i ii.- - ." ?? Vir V'"' r? . i II -' . THE COLUMBIA PBCENIX Jij rUCLlSHED r>Ali.T *KD TRr-WEEKlV, Vi Y r J U LI *A N An SB lr B T. - . - -- 2 The Baily ie issued ?very morning, except" ??undflyj at ?40 a month. Trf Weekly, Tuesday, Tahuiedav and Nai?rday,-at?8C a motih, inva? riably in advance. Pingle copies $?"2. Advertisementf> inserti d at $10 per square, (ten lines) for each insertion. Headquarters District of South Carolina, . COLUMBIA,. MAY 6, 1866. ORDERS NO. i. I.IN ord. i to carry into effect tho terms of . the-M iii ir. ry Convention between Generals Johnston and Sherman, made on the 26th ult., duplicate mus'Cr rolls should ba prepared at once, upon whieh all officers ?nd men who com? tinder these terms may enter their names Abd receive the immunity from-molestation therein guaranteed. Major-General Young, Brigadier G?ucrals Ripley, Robertson, Blanchard, Con? nor, Ch...

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. — 9 May 1865

I 'COOMBIA.-: !*^?esday Morning, May 9? 1865. 3?!:.>?- ?: - % Jr*a?ristisss pf Tr at ii. 'There is trie patriotism of tiru th, a subject Urbich seems rasepajjable from jrny cofisrdefation .jf its iulrirjAj'ciqiiaiities. ;;. Moralists are notuck' determined'whe^b occur in tW^icTt.falsehood may not only be permitted, but would 'beij?sefie?b?e.-"- ^Pevhap?, if our sur? vey JU the moral world were bounced only _by. the present hour and the pressing nocessityythc proposition might bo answered* in."the affirma? tive. But moral tit irrgs, on Ii ka .Jr?? others," en 'daredbr all ages--extend through all nations -a {feet-the destiuies pf ail limes, and. form the most imposing interests of eternity. We can not, therefore, reasou on such a subject with a ainTple'reference to -tho present" case and'tim tia?sing. moment. The truth concerns our civil - dren as well as "ourselves.-r.The-truth belongs to our people-ashwell as to out-family, lt is essential- to man throughout;-it is the groat ess...

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. — 9 May 1865

21?c?oa,l Items. Tho ofll?e ^o? the Columbia Phoenix ia on Gates street,-second door from Plain*; - Persons receiving papers from other cities or towns, are requested lo give us Hie use of them; as we nrc completely cut off fio.M all mail communication. ' jj . "We regret to announce th <V.\ death of'Mr. .Henry \V. Powell, well known ar "?-teacher of highest respectability in this city. It appears that he was recently shott by some parties un? known, while crossing thi\v*?^h a swamp in lliis. vicinity; and we may fceBSf. this melancholy event to the irregularity arrt&lawlessness of the times, lt is terrible to thiul^ how mapjv men, harmless in their lives, and valuable f?ai^th^?j|r ase?, may become the victim of an outlawry which, unless promptly checked and-punished; will leave neither lifo nor properly sec- re. To ConEicsroKD?iNT?.-We beg to say that anonymous communications, implicating indi? viduals hy name, as concerned in the highway robberies in oar precincts, cannot be...

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. — 9 May 1865

tM ?TAUit?lA PHON?X: . -_-_' -,.;" .-. . [Original.] . ^Otig of Captivity. Wa oat down Ly Bahylbm? watawa'". ? " AnoVthtnkingkbf Zipa alone, We lioiig our sad harps on th? willows, Irr"the midst of them makingoor moan; For they who had carried us captive, . Asked for Zion's sweet sont: nt .our hands; As if we could sing, in our sorrow, . Tlio song" of jour God in strange lands! Yes, whep.I forget thee, ray country, Let my. right liand ila cunning forget "When I fail to prefer thee to pleasure. Hush the tongue that can honor thee yet; Jerusalem still be the treasure .Most precious that earth can bestow; And-thy vengeance, O 8odl upon Edoin, Thateried, "Loy her low, lay her low!" Ivcmember, O Lord! in the season Whee Zion shall come lo hei own, The children of merciless Edom, And tench them the griefs we bare known; Thrice~Tiappy be he, who, pursuing The daughter of "Babylon still, Shall devote ber young babes to the ruin, And, deaf to all pleading, shall kill. England's Responsibilit...

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. — 10 May 1865

r; v." ? Daily Paper?40 a Month. > K PayabH? in Advance. \ Attend 'Lat enrjuBt faenar?, ' ? \ TH-Weekly $30 a Month? v; ?ie trneVenfc'^SAoi-apefcrr. ! ^ Payable m Advance. $ By J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MAY ,10, 1885. VOL. L~NO, 3|. | HE COLUMBIA PHONIX j IS PUBLISHED.DAILY AND TFI-WEKKLY, Y JULIAN A. ?ELBY. The Daily is issued every morning, except j / un Jay, ai $ 40 a month. Tri-Weekly, Tuesday, ."hursdny and Saturday, at $30 a month, inva isbly in advance. Single copies $2. Advertisements inserted at $10 per square en lines) for each insertion. i [eadquarters District of South Carolina, COLUMBIA, MAT 6. 1865. RD S RS NO. 2. T IN" order to carry into effect the terms of Le the Military Convention between Generals jhnston and Sherman, made on the 26th ult., iplicate muster rolls should be prepared at ice. upon which all officers and men who come ider these terms may enter their names and ceive the immunity from molestation therein tarantecd. Major-General Young, ...

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