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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 10 May 1865

. ?' * ?????lu im i ??m r~--~--"-iiiiwiiiiiii ? / i CQllt?le?BXA. Wednesday Morning, Maf : 10, 1865. j . -. ' Sobmfssidn. ' ;fl . ? ' It seems to be agreed, on every -fiatfdf jdi?tj lhere i? tb be ne more fighting; "that Ufe *?r?g I ' gte is over, and Chat the South, if not already' . -bound hand and foot, dies"', prostrate, at the . 4?crcy of the conqueror. . Our Generals, having Pharoh the raak-pf^GencraJiesimb, have yielded . tba eon test* Lee and Johnston are prisoners of v ar. Many more have accepted the conditions of tlie Military Convention agreed -upon be ^ ?tweenJohnston and Sherman, and are in the] same category. The" district of country ex? tending from a considerable portion of North ! Carolina to the Chattahoochee, in South-west 1 ern Georgi?, is understood to be surrendered also; though, by thc way, the surrender does ..not absolutely imply anything rpor^tfcan that " of the army. It is fdr thc civil authorities to eay.whcther the terms of convention, as agreed upon, .s...

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. — 10 May 1865

Charleston-Burial of Slavery.. " Mdilor Columbia JPhohix--DEAR KIP: I en? doso, you a scribblement, or hasty parody, wbjfirW? amused myself with writing, instead of going to church, yesterday. 1 ought to r.polo C gis? for' sending yon such a scrawl, and sub ' mlttiog BO crude nn attempt to your critical ^. eve; out I know that your indulgence will temper your judgment; while, otherwise, I coald neither spoil the paper nor make the exertion required to correct aud copy it over. I place it at your mercy and disposal. Yours, w ith true respect and regard, NV. II. 8; The celebration of "The Burial of Shivery," which lately came off in Charleston, aud of which a long and rather lumbering account is given, in the columns of the Courier, was an atiibitious^but, as it appears to us, abortive at? tempt to unite the solemn and the showy, or to invest a ep?cics of Timbucioo or g ic with the character of civilized celebration; while it was otherwise a blunder that certainly partook somewhat of ...

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. — 10 May 1865

'< un,? ' 1T ' ?' ? ? ?- rr= [Original.] , Star-aniiling^ . Methinks that some street spififin yon stat; 1 Looks out even aa gnze, as if it knew i ."_-How, gladdened with the beautiful in view, -tWe-Watched it with keen yearnintrs from afar, " rKmhcaoi?g? through the beautiful, the truo. Fitith tutors faith to worship, and the ?mile _Of ode that loves will waken love in turn. And when stais?Watch us, aud with fondness burn, They do oar eyes to kindred fires beguile. And warn us into wooing with sweet wile. So to a height like theirs at last we ?limb, ."Insensibly; and who shall stay tim flight, Wings-growing at the shoulders of. delight--' Which, in heart gladness, ?loth the soul sublime, And makes star passages for all our night. Ti,rs do we shape the cloud into a car, ? And silver its dark skirts into thc glow Of the pure crescent moon above the snow, Charming it into smiling, till each star M Looks down as if the moon herself had sunk below. CLAUDE. Facts about tba Qlpseya. Th...

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. — 11 May 1865

JQftUy Paper $-10 a Month. ) "Let ?ur joet censure y ( Tri-Weekly $30 a Month/ Payable in Advance. j Attend the true weuU"~Sh<>:Ic*pearc* \ ? Payable in Advance.. By J. A. SELBY* COLUMBIA, S. C., THURSDAY, MAY ll, 1865. VOL. ?> THE COLUMBIA -PH ON IX 18 PUBLISHED DAILY A KD TBI-WEEKLT, .B Y J U Li A N A. S B L B Y. The -Daily* is issued every morning, except -Sunday, at. $40 a month. Tri-Weekly, Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday, at $80 a month, inva - riably in advance. Single copies $2. Advertisements inserted at f 10 per square (pjn lines) for each insertion. Ingersoll in a Scraps. ' PHILADELPHIA, Thursday, April 27. About 9 o'clock this morning, Edward IQ* gersoll, who delivered a strong secession speech a few days since in New York, waa waited upon by a committee of citizens on alighting from the railroad train at Nintb -and Green streets, and was required to .apologize for the speech. This Ingersoll refused .to do, and drew ? revolver from his pocket, but was unable to ?...

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. — 11 May 1865

Ute ' - ; _:^_I:JT ?OIitTMglA. - Thursday JVIorr;ug, May ll, 1865. Mobbing iu Philadelphia. We give-tba part iculars of tho:-mobbing of ,.? jUr. EdwardTngeYaoH, in PhiJad*-^i?t charged . with making secession speeches.' .^"^'^i?r bo saen that justice and right take curiou* shapes '* whoo -administered .by Na mob.vA citizen ia '. .'.assailed-by a crowd of rmfians -AV i th violence '',. -and blows; is knocked dowe ; draws a pi&ro>in ..his defence, and is committed' to jail for draw? ing a pistol* bouda required of him, and his .."friends kept from neting in his fa vor.Vy the threats of other ai obs. He remains -in prison, while the ruffians go free. Justice is no doubt 2 ~ a very. p? etty thing in the abstract. As admin is ' tered by the tender hnnde-ofan ochlocracy, we '' prefer that it should remain forever an abstrac? tion. Ingersoll appears" to have drawn his pistol only in self-defence: '.'*.* .If'afloNAL SALUTE.--A national salute of thirty .y eix guns was fired in Charle...

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. — 11 May 1865

Jw Puisait sud Capturo erf Bootha i 1 ? t=j eoial deep?tch lo tlie New. York iipMff .dated Washington, April 27r. 1665. baye: ThefoHow iii g facta I obtained iront Col. Baker and Hie other persons engaged with him: Ali the lower counties of Maryland were suoured by a lu g? .force, consisting of 1.6?0 cavalry and 6?0 detectives and citizen?. On bundey last; Col Baker ??afu?d of a little Coy m Maryland sofue tauta which satibfitd him that B?otb and Harrold lind crossed the liver about ' IT o'clock a. m, end had gone into Virginia. A telegraph or;orator, with u sni.ill body of sob dieri, wu* sent down tlio river to tap the wires atsgivi;- place, and ma?so certain inquiries. This party it-turned on Monday morning last, bringing with them a uegro man, whom they picked op at Swan Foint, who, on being closely interrogated, disclosed that ho had seeu parties eros? in. a boat, nod the description of these parties assured Col. Baker that Booth andJUar ruld were the men. Demand was made npon G...

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. — 11 May 1865

?H? COLUMBIA*?HOPlk. - i a - i M. ? ,, . - : V . [Original^. The Plains of Therjnopylo. ,-Obl friends,, we stand apon Theistfiopy'l?e,^ . The pass'thatJed intothcheart of"Greece, Bi?t gave rio passage save Xo greater-henrtp; They keep it still;" their graves are at our feet| Sow stood the t ve three hundred on that day. With all the hosts of Persia in their front, - The immortals of tlie Median in Jheir-rear, . Themselves, ten. thousand,' rushing to tho charge-" . . Hots?-stood the "Greeks and brave Leonida?? -We know the story how they stood and fell. All consecrate to freedom. But they saw The-ibetter immortality begun, ?Ia the conviction of their own firm will, To perish for their count ry-to the last, Striking for victory-and grand memories KervedktheEi for sacrifice' : It did but need _ That ha, their chief Leonidas, should say, .'.There, rises Oeta, from whose rugged brow "The hercio soul of Hercules look flight For the Olympian Heavens. He was your sire; .We'll be with him to...

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. — 12 May 1865

? ---. '=^=-r..?-==p-"-, : " -^P3"---" ? " ' .? . ? ', .' - "V1* ^ " .._: -JT* ' ??Hy Paper .tl-ajBtfftBt&T': "Lot. eurjnst censure" * ' j Trl-Weekly ?Bc. ? Mobibt. ' " Payable in Advine?. 1 -" ~' Attend the trnc ev?at."-S?ir h?pearc. . . ^ Payable'in Advance. By J. A. SELBY, ? GOLtTMBIA, S C,, FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1865. VOL. 1-ISO, ?_M__..1 .-. - r- ? - ? ? ? - a ?? .... -? - -r m ' '? 'THE. COLUMBIA PHONIX \ ie FPULISIIED DAILY AND TBI . W KEE LT, - BY JULIAN A. SELBY. The Daily ia issued everv morning, except Sunday, at #10 a y?ar. Tri-Weekly, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at. $6 a year, invaria? bly in advance. .Single copies five cents. Advertisements inserted at 50 cents per square (ten lines) for the first and 85. cents for each eubseqaent -insertion. Peace and the National Financ?s. Now that the war ia practically ended, and wo look hack upon the vast expendi? ture of money as well as life which it has involved, we find it difficult to over-estimate the good effects of peac...

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. — 12 May 1865

I C?la?MBlA. Friday Morning, May 12, 1865. . ? .?'?/,'. t , ' - - , .. ' ?' - . Rumora .??d Reporta^ " Among thc rumors and reports current, wc *havo_to mention the following, which thfe rea'der "?"ill believe or:.upt, just aa his mdorltflu cline : ll?TJbflk. Yankee Generala are said to have effcrcd"n reward of "$100,000 ingold ior Presi? dent Davis/dend or alive; the captors being aleo entitled to his baggage, including all gold and valuables which, he may Hive with him.' -2.-the Yankees are said- to be in Augiista, and-have-with them a certain General Upton. The stores aro reported to be shut. No business ia done, and no ladies tv be seen on tho streets. "3. The Federals are reported to have issued a prod smut iou in Augusta, manumitting all the ?laves. -We ?re.-told that there is' inuoh differ? ence ra these proclamations-- that, in North Carolina, Schofield has sent the negroes back to'.their owners, urging the latter to receive j and work them, and suggesting that they be cot o...

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. — 12 May 1865

. ? V I l l - do not seem of that class oj bandit* and cut? throat* of which 'they:hove been charged. Several *>/ Wosby'a- chief officer* af? among them,.TVtr? walk .( Wstrcets of thc town attired' in. full.suits.of rebel erny; among them I no? ticed Ll?tlU Col. Chambers, Mosby'? eecond in command. Hs ia a young, lith?*, tine looking specimen of' a man. well educated, and alto^ pether.such a om> ns would inspire a person ns th? beau ideal of a soldier. Iiis faith in the confederacy is dispelled, and he intends in future to lead the life'of a peaceful citizen. Another of Mosby's officers, Capt.. Franklin, is among tlie paroled prisouers. In ? conversation with him yesterday, in referring to the blockade vanning trade on the line of the Potomac, he says it was very successful, and that the arresta of blockade runners was only one arrested where nincty,nino were successful. Ile very emphatically said that this trade was carried I on under the connivance of "high-ranked Fede j . a...

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. — 12 May 1865

-THE COL!^ S?A PHOENIX. - . * aocJKaaas i , ?. .. . t ? '? ! ...Thi Spirit Mother. "Art thou near me, ?p?rit mother, when ip the . twilight hour, A holy hush pervades my heart with a myste . rioue power; - While .ey.ee of dreamy tenderness are gaxjpg " ". iota ?doe, . . - - And 'stir the fountain of my heart-sweet mo? ther, ?r? they thine? i Ia thine the blessed iufluence that o'er my spirit ^ . flings . \ v ; * .. . ; " ,? A sense of rest, as though 'twere wrapped within aa angel's -winga .' A deep abiding trustfulness, that seems an ear? nest given * Of future happiness and bliss to those who dwell iu Heaven. Aud oft times w hen my footsteps stray in error's shining track, . ? ' ? There comes a soft restraining voice that seems - to cali mc back; -. I bear it not with'outward ears, but with a power divine. Its whipper thrills my inmost heart-sweet mother, is it thine! It well may be, for know we not that beings all unseen ." . Are ever hovering o'er our paths,-the earth and sky be...

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. — 13 May 1865

jDaily Paper $1 a Month. )- "Let eur just censure - i T?i-Weekly 66c. ? Month Payable In Advance. f ' Attend the true event."-Ehaktptarc. ? \ Payable ia Advance. ' By J. A. SELBY? COLUMBIA, S. C., SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1865. VOL. 1,-NO. 3 THE COLUMBIA PHONIX IS P?IJL16UKD DAILY ANO TRI-WKJKLY, 1 BY JULIAN Ar SELBY.! - -- . -. ! The Daily .is ?esued sarery mdVoinpr, except; Sunday.- at $10 a year. Tri-Weekly, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at (6 a year, invaria? bly in advance. Single copies.five cents. - Advertisements inserted at 60 cents per square (ten lines) for the first and 35 cents for each subsequent insertion. " . - . ?Births. Mr* Meek, of a Bod:* BY CHARLES DICKENS. t My name is Meek. I arogin fact, Mr. . Meek;. T/hat son is^ mine and Mrs. Meek's. 'When I saw the announcement in the tCim^s I dropped the paper. I had put it itt ray-self, and paid for it, but it looked so noble that it overpowered rae. Aa soon as I could compose my feelings ? took the paper up lo Mrs. Meek's be...

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. — 13 May 1865

COLUMBIA. Saturday Morning, May 13, 1866: Charleston Tributes to Lincoln. A. Charleston Courier, cf the .22d ult.,'gives U-, under the title, "The Great National Ca? lamity," the full report x>f a meeting ofthe citizens of that place, to express" their sorrow oaths dehth of Abraham Line?te. A prelimi? nary meeting took place at the house of John Phillips, Esq.,' where application was made by a committee, eonsietiri^ of Wm. Aiken, George W. "Williams, J-ames "Lynah, James S. Gibbes, Wm. B. Simons and Augustus L. Tavenu, to Col. Gurney^ for the" use of Hibernian Ha?l.. Their prayer was graciously grant? d, ondthe meeting took placecm the 21st of April. Col. * James Lynah calleo the meeting to .order, and proposed the Hon. Wrat Aiken for the Chair, Mr. Augustas L. Taveau and Mr. Jacob Wilb? urn were made Secretaries. The committee, aa appointed by Mr. Aiken, consisted of Messrs. John Phillips, Chas. J. Manigault, Jas. S. Gibbes, Blias Vanderhorst, George W-. Williams, E. Geddings, M...

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. — 13 May 1865

its ghastly forms, and hideous sight?; the recent] announcement of the assassin aiton of hi* Ex- I cell ency Abraham Lincoln, the ?hief -Magis? trate of the United Stutes, with Hie time, the manner and the place in whioh he was most flatty murdered, struck' upon our senses with most appalling horror, and called forth on the atrocious deed* ?n indignant burst, of universal condemnation. We h-ve met to mingle our grief with the .national sorrow, to mourn an occurrence which may retard that peace for whicii every patriot longed, and for which bleeding humanity most .oevoutly prayed; and to deplore the commis? sion of a crime degrading and disgraceful to us as a civilized people. * Mr. Lincoln, among his. last acts, hod inau? gurated measures intended to produce pesce. la hie pre-emii-tcntly high position, surrounded .mill ali that Was desirable in life and which in ikea life desirable; in the confidence of his . Cabinet and ia the possession of power and popularity as far aa he was ind...

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. — 13 May 1865

"brought out upon it, by the premature and incessant use of those formidable little instruments? Is ray son a nutmeg that Vie is to be -grated on the etifF edges of sharp frills? Ami the parent of a muslin boy that his yielding sui face is to be crimped and small plaited!. Or is my .child composed of paper or linen, that impressions . of the finer getting-up ?rt, practised by the-laun? dress. ?re to bc-piinte-d off,"a:l over his soft irms and leg"?, as I constantly observe them* Tho starch enters his soul; who can wonder that he cries? Was Augustus Gaorge intended to have limbs, or to be born a Torso? T presumo that limbs were the in tention, as they are t he usual practice. Then; -*?rby are.my poor child's limbs fettered and lied up? Am I to-be told that there is any .analogy between Augustus George Meek, and J ack Sheppard?. Aiiafoze ca?tor oil nt any institution of* chemistry that may be agreed upon, and inform me what#eseinblance, in taste, it bears to that natural provision whi...

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