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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 1 October 1865

THE BAILY Daily Paper $10 a Year. "Let ou Inst Censure rn (KN iv. Attend the True Event." Tri-Wfcekly $7 a Tear. BY J. A. SELBY: COLUMBIA, S. C., SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 1, 1865. YOL. I-NO. THE PHOENIX, "PCB).ISiUKB DAILY AND TBI-WKIKL.T? BY JULIAN A. SELBY T&BMS-m AD VANCE, SUBSCRIPTION. Dailv Paper, six months.$5 00 Tri-Weekly, " .g 50 Single espies 10 cents. ADVERTISEMENTS I?sert?d at $1 per square for th? first in? sertion, and 75 cents for each subsequent. ?VSpeeial notices'15 cents a line. . A recent demonstration at the North lias sent a thrill of horror through the heart of the nation. The "free nig? gers" of the great State of New York have solemnly declared "that tho re? construction policy of the President does not meet their approval, and that they have no confidence in An? drew Johnson. " Alas! alas! The President is in ah. agony of grief, and silffers'almost as acutely as Governor Pierpont is supposed to have done when a portion of the late negro Convention aLAlexa...

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 October 1865

A Mississippian'* Speech-He Goes In ?j for Joass t'osnty. ? One sturdy man in the Mississippi State Convention-a delegate named Crawford, from Jones-County-made ?is mark as an original talker. One of.his speeches was as follows: "Mr. President-Sir: I have come up here to express the feelins of my constituents on the great subjec. I come up here, sir> to represent my constituents where I come from. People hoot and wink u^ the streets, and say, 'there goes mossy-back from Jones;' but, sir, I have no prejudices: I am disposed to treat my enemies in amore Christian, a more missionary spirit than they treated me. I am a mossy-back, sir, and I stand lier? to? day to represent thc county of J ones, otherwise known as 'the free State of Jones.' '.But let not people think to insult me with impunity. I love a dog for " his faithfulness, but the yelping of puppies I despise. People said that the County of Jones, tho free State of Jones, seceded from Mississippi. Yes, sir, we did secede from...

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 October 1865

. . 9 . . . . Cha.rle*txm-*-I*rciei?t'Condition or the * City. A, correspond int of the Boston Ad? vertiser writes os follows from Charles? ton: YANKEES AN? SOUTHEBNEBS. ? It was noteil on the steamship by which I came ^here from New York* that, leaving out the foreign element, our passengers were from Charleston and from Massachusetts. We had nearly as many Boston men as Charleston men. One of thc Charles? ton merchants said to me that when he went North, the passengers were almost equally divided between Mas? sachusetts and South Cardinia, and he added that in Eastern Massachu? setts, where he spefti some days, lie found many men who were coming to Charleston. Of our Massachusetts men, some are . already in business here, and others came on to "see the lay of the land," as ?ne of them said. "That's all right," observed an ex rebel captain, in one Of our^aiter * duiner chats, "that's all right; let's have Massachusetts and South Caro? lina brought together, for they are the only tw...

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 October 1865

. GQJjDlfflBIA- . ? . - ? ' t -.-=V^ I Sunday Horning, October 1, 1865. * F?*pnlar Election? and thc Object? ot Legislation. * . If ever a people were^required to be circumspect and greatly scrupu? lous in the choice of their legislators, such now is the great necessity of the ? Southern people, and especially* the people of South Carolina. No mere common-place representatives should serve-no mere peanut-eaters-men only good as make-weights and tail? pieces of a leader, ar^d to sing . out yea and nay, according to tho will of a bell-wether. Even comm in sense, though a most sterling quality in law making, will only suffice in a degree. It is uncommon sejisc that we now require. There must, if possible, be brought forward those who possess forethought, and who can cast their minds far forward into the future, anticipating tho novel necessity aud guarding against the birth and growth of unexpected vicissitudes. The first diffieidties to be met, will ariae from out financial embarrassm...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 1 October 1865

, ,_^^^^ . "By TcloKrap?i. . Market?. ( CHARLESTON, September 29.-Tb? . receipts of cotton during tbe past week exhibit a small increase, and _ . ? amount to 176 bales of Sea Island cotton, and 2,059 bales upland cot? ton. The demand throughout the week luis been gor^l. mid we report a very firm market yesterday, ?with much inquiry on the part of buyers. The st ock on sale here is very limited, and narrows down very much the field for purchases. As near as we can learn some 300 bales have been c sold during the Week, at from 32(a?34 cents for ordinary- and good ordinary, 36(038 cents for middling to strict middling, and a few small lots of good middling have been sold at 39 cents. We quote as follows: Ordi? nary to good ordinary 32(/i>34 cents; middling to strict- middling 36((r38 cents; goodmiddhngs 39 cents. Seve? ral small lots, of Sea Islands have changed hands at from 55(? 95 cents, . as in quality. Our rice mills have re? ceived this week about 2,200 bushels . rough rice, w...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 1 October 1865

TWITED STATES' MAILS. South CarolinjL. , . POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT, ' - M VVASH?N?TON. August fi, 18t>5. PROPOSALS will bo received a,t the Con? tract Office of this Department until 3 p. m. of October 31, 1865, mr < conveying the mails of fho United States from Janu aryl, 1866, to June 30, 1867, in the State of * South Carolina, on the routes and by thc ?chcdules of departures and arrivals herein .pecilied. Decisions announced by Novem? ber 15, 1865. j Bidders icitt examine carefully tlte'latcs} forms, and instructions annexed: "espe ciaRytkc latter part of instruction 10 J % 8601. From Kingsville, by Manchester, m Sumter, Mavesville," Lvnchbnrgh. Cartersvjlle, ThnmoasVille, Florence, - . " Mars' Bluff, Marion C. IL, Minim's Depot, Gilchrist's Bridge, Flovdsville, Fair Bluff, N. C.. Carro Gordo, Pea? cock's . Store, Whitesville, Bogue, Green Swamp, Maxwell, Birdsville, and Robinson's, to Wilmington; 171 miles, and back, daily, pr as much oftener as trains may run, if required....

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 1 October 1865

6687. From Sandy Run to Columbia, 16 i miles, and baci. 'once a week. Leave t ' Sandy Run Saturday at 6 a m. arrive at Columbia by 12 m, leave Columbia Satur- j day at 0.30- p m, arrive at Sandy Run by ] C p m. 5688. From Monticello, by Long Run, td Alston, 9 miles, and back", mift a week. Leave Monticello Friday at 9 pm, arrivo at Alston by 12 m, leave" Alston Friday at 1 p m, arrive at Monticello bv 4 p m. 5689. From Unionville, by Cold Well, Gosbe? Hill, Whitmire's, Liberty Hall, and Beth Edon, to Newberry court house, 394 miles, and back, once" a week. Leave Uniouville' Friday at 5 a fa, arrive at New? berry court house by 7 pm, leave New? berry court house Saturday at 5 a ni, ar? rive at TJuionville bv 7 p" m. Proposals . invited for semi-weekly service. 5690. From ?monvi?le, by Kelton,Mount Jov, and Skull Shoals, to Gowdcysville, 194 miles, and back, once a week. Leave Uniouville Saturday at i p m, arrive at Gowdeysville by 6 p m. leave Gowdcysville Saturday at 6 a m, arrive a...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 1 October 1865

. A Souj; for October. October sfcqsws thc woodland o'or - With many a brilliant dolor; Thc world is brighter than before, Why should our hearts be duller?' Sorrow aud the scarlet leaf, Sad thoughts and sunny weather Ah me! this glory and thia grief Agree not well together. This is the parting season, this The time when friends aro flying; And lovers now, with many a kiss, Their lone farewells arc sighing. ? Why is earth so gaily dressed?' This pomp that autumn beareth A funeral seems, where every fliest A bridal garment wearoth. Each one of us may often hore, ? On some blue morn hereafter, Retur? to view the gaudy year, But not in boyish laughter. - We shall thor, be wrinkled mm. Our brows with silver laden. And thou thia glen mayest seek again, But never more a maiden. Nature perhaps foresees that spring 'Will fcqaich her teeming bosom, And thinks afuw brief months will bring The bird-4be bee-tko blossom. . Ahl these forests do not know, Or would less brightly wither. The virgin t...

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 October 1865

THE DAILY IBM I'll (KMX. Daily Paper $10'a Year. "Let our Just Censure ^li^^^^^^^^^^^^ Attend the True Event'"" Tri-Wcekly $7 a Tear. BY J. A. SEL?Y. * COLUMBIA. S. C., TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 3,' 1865. Y<fc. T-NO *ft? fl THE PHONIX, PUBLISHES DAILY A>'D THI-WEEKLY, BY JULIAN A. SELBY TFRMS-IN ADVANCE, srrt3CRiiTiox. Daily Taper, six montlts.'.$3 OU Tri-Weekly, " ' " . <5 50 Single cepi?s 10 rents. ADrKTrrisEiivi^TS Insertud at il per square for th? first in? sertion, and 75 cents for each subsequent. iB-rSpccial r.oticos 15 cents a line. THE \VIBZ TUIAL-PITIABLE SCENE. The Military Commission assornl-Jed at 10 a. m., yesterday, and con? tinued the trial of the late rebel Captain Henry Wirz. All of the mem? bers of the Court.wore present, also tliQ Judge Advocate, and Mr. Schade for the prisoner. The reading of Thursday's proceedings Was conclud? ed at 11.45 a. m., when the prisoner was brought into court, and resumed his place on the sofa. A greater num of ladies were pre...

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 October 1865

COLUMBIA. Tuesday Morning, October 3.1865. To Our. Readers. . The undersigned tokes great plea? sure in presenting to the public, as one of the editors of the Phoenix, Vf. B. Johnston, Esq., for many years editor of the South Carolinian, and more recently of thc Southern Guar? dian. This gentleman's abilities are fully known, and will, no doubt, be justly appreciated, not only in South Carolina, but the entire South. JULIAN A. SELBY. Tlie undersigned, in becoming con? nected with the editorial management of the Pho'nir, deems it proper to say a few words to its readers. Since Iiis retirement from the field of journalism, a mighty change has been wrought in our political and ' social systems. It is needless, ou this occasion, to revert to the causes of thc late gigantic conflict through which the people of this country kare passed. We have now to deal with its results, and he is the best cition and truest patriot who sincerely and earnestly applies all his talents and resources to th...

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 October 1865

By Telofsrt?pli, Treasury Afl'airx. NEW YOEE, Sept. 26.-Hie Herald's Washington special says: The act of Congress authorizing the 10.40 loan, fixed tho limit at 8200,000,000; but the Secretary of tlie Treasury, finding that it interfered with the taking of 5 per cent, loan, discontinued it, when $173,000,000 were taken. There is a growing probability that the remain? ing 27,000,000 will shortly-be put upon the market. .Mexican Affair*. NEW YORK, September 28.-From Mexico we have advices of continued fighting and uncertainty. The city of Matamoras is fairly beseiged by the Liberals, under Gen. Escobodo. There is a garrison of eighteen hun? dred men in the city, and the attack? ing force consists of twenty-five hun? dred or three thousand men. exclusive of Corrina's predatory bands. Ef? ficiently handled, the Imperial troops should suffice to hold< the city, but the .Inarists think so meanly ol' Mejia, tue .encrai in command, that they assert that, with a little more ammu? nition, ...

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 October 1865

MISCE XJLAKTT Fri?-?it?s??ip. Time spent with you is surely pleasant, Thc momenta ny so fast; Tin- future oues are"quickly pres.ni:, Thc present soon arc past. Time always moves with tartly measure,' When hearts are ill at case;" But friendship yields such real pleasure, The flight of time hone sics. As moments spent with friends aieswcet'r, We wish they long would stay: But, thru, they always seemia'?ch Rector, And sooner pass away. Thus, by your friendly conversation, 1 find myself bereaved Of time, which then, to roy vexation. Had passed.quite unperceived. MARSHAL BE CLAUSEL.-Tho Nev.* Orleahs Picayune, in giving some ex? cellent advice to those young soldiers who have not yet found employment, relates the following interesting inci? dent in the history of Marshal de Clausel: Let our young soldiers remember and profit by the example of the old French soldiers, many of them of? ficers who had won distinction in thc big wars in Eurolie, who, in their exile in this country, cheerful...

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. — 4 October 1865

THE DAILY Daily Paper $10 a year. "Let oar Just ?e?snre IMKKMX. Attend the True Event. Tri-Wcekly $7 a Tear. BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 4, 1S65. YOL. I-NO. 16^. THE PHONIX, PUBLISHED DAILY AND TKI-WZXKLY, BY JULIAN A. SELBY TFRMS-IN ADVANCE, SUBSCKIFTIOJC. Dailv Paper, six months.$5 00 Tri-Weekly, 44 44 . 8 50 Single copie.? 10 centa. ADVERTISEMENTS Insertad! at $1 per square for th? first in? sertion, and 7."? cents for each subsequent. *S-Speeial notices 15 cents a line. Dun RIVALS IN COTTON KAISING. It is un interesting question whether the United States, in resuming the culture and export of cotton, is likely to find, in the foreign markets, dan? gerous competitors in those countries where thc growth of the staple has been actively stimulated during the past four years. The English, when shut out from our Southern ports, went busily to work to find or to raise cotton in all countries of thc world that were adapted to its production. The Cotton Su...

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 October 1865

* . ? _* COLUMBIA. Wednesday Morning, Opt. 4,1865. i Amnesty* The publication of the President's proclamation, containing as it cfid a series of exceptions, which embraced many thousands of the best and least obnoxious, aa .of the most violent and disloyal of the Southern people, ex? cited in the minds of the entire South the most painful a?d gloomy appre hensionf. Men cast about them, to find . on every hand their dearest friends, their most trusted neighbors, the best of their several communities as men and citizens, formally exclud? ed from thc benefits of an official tender of clemency which was looked forward to, in the hours of its first announcement, as the harbinger of the return of ' -that era of good feel? ing" which was to obliterate all traces of recent strife, and extend to all the freedom and prosperity, as well as the power and protection, which we be? lieve to be tlie result of American liberty. . . . Not the least unfortunate result of these exceptions was the tende...

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 October 1865

By Telegisapli. Split 1? thc DcMocratif Party. NEW YCXBK, Sept. 25.-A meeting of State ?.Rights men -was held at Cooper '.Institute, to-d?y. Thomas Lawrence presiding, and resolutions were adopted denomncing the Demo? cratic nominations. and platform as absolving them from obligations to support the party ticket, proclaiming themselves for'the Constitution as it is and the Union as it was. and affirm? ing that all Executive proclamations and decrees'affecting the rights of the ?Status arc unconstitutional, null and void, etc. The nommation of a State ticket is left to the decision o? the committee. Thirty-five assembly districts .-ire represented. Kpiscopa! Convention ol" IVcuv York-p Rr-I'JU i o TI of tn? (?tnrfh. NEW YOKK, September 28.-At th?; session of the Episcopal Convention of the Diocese of Xew York, to-day, Ez-Gov? John A. King, after the .'id dress of ti.e Bishop" was oono ud'd, offered the following resolution, which was unanimously adopted: Resolved, That the Convention...

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 October 1865

MISCH IiiiAKTY The Children. ' When th? lessons and tasks aro all ended, And the school for the day is dismissed, Thc little ones gather around me To bid me "good night" and bo kissed. Oh! the little white arms<hat oncirclc * My neck in their tender embrace; Oh! thc smiles that arc haloes of heaven, Shedding sunshine of love in my face. And when they are gone, I sit dreaming Of my childhood too lovely to last Of joy that my heart will remember While it wakes to tho pulse'of the past; E'er the world and its wickedness made me A partner of sorrow and sin, When thc glory of God was about -mc, And the glory of gladness within. I ask net a life for tho dear ones, All radiant, as others have done; But that life may havo just enough shadow To temper thc glare of the sun; I would pray God to guard them from evil; But my prayer would bound back on my? self; ' * . Ab! a seraph may pray for a sinner, But a sinner must pray for himself. I shall leave the old house in the autumn, To traverse ...

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 October 1865

vi? J5X J. A. .orjJUJD.1 m COLUMBIA, S. p., THURSDAY MORNING, IEPTEMBE% 21, ?8G5. .YOL. I-NO. *?*. y THE PHONIX, ,? gtMJBma DAILY AXD TRI-WIXKX,T,.i BY JULIAN A. SELBY TFRA&-/JV ADF./tIV#j&; . ECBSOMPTIOX. Daily Paper, nix months.$5 00 Tri-Weekly,' '* .... 8 50 Single cept?rt 10 cents. JLBVEKTISJEirENTS Inserted at $1 per square for th? first in? sertion, and 7$ cents for cadi subsequent. a3"Special notices 15 cents a hue. INTERNAL REVENUE BUREAU.-Thc Commissioner of Internal Revenue has decided .that bunchers who pay a 'license tax. of $10 may retail'other merchandize than meat, at tne same store, but may not peddle meat with? out paying a pedlar's license. Butch* ers who pay a license tax of $5 may peddle meat or fish without a pedlar's license, but cannot-sell other articles. A Richmond paper saya there arc some curious sights to be" seen in the South these election ".mes. A certain candidate was seen recently with a basket slung to his urea, full of copies of his address...

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 October 1865

COLUMBIA. Thursday Horning, October 5,1865. "9 Developing bar Resources. i The great question for the Southern people to eolye is, how can they host use their present means and ap? pliances to insure an adequate yield from their plantations and farms? We observe several articles in our Northern and Southern exchanges relative to the cultivation of Southern lands, and the all-important subject of labor. , Under the emancipation of the .'slaves of the South, so suddenly ac? complished, the planters and -farmers have found great difficulty in organiz? ing a safe and reliaiile system of labor. ' Th? system of contracts (the best that could be inaugurated* un?Vr the cir? cumstances) has not worked well,' . from the simple fact that neither race appreciates their nev/ relative posi? tions. Thc negro has been deluded with visions of "freedom," and, as may be daily witnessed on our streets and in the neighborhood of thc city, has arrived at thc conclusion that labor for the white man is in ...

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 October 1865

By Tl7eliesrxrAz>l3L. '. Liverpool Bfa.rfc.et. LrvEBPOoi., Septeml^r" 45.-The Broker's.Circalar reports ?be sales of cotton for the week at 71,000 bales, including 11,000 bales to speculators, and 19,500 to exporters. The market opened with a downward tendency and closed with an upward tendency, though jorrees were .^d-<aj>?d. lower on the week on American, J^d. lower for other descriptions. The autho? rized quotations are: Fair Orleans, 21}^d.; mkidhng- do., 13%d.; mid? dling Mobiles, l?>^d.; middling up? lands, 18^L<L The'sales to-day were 20,000'bales. the market closing with an upward tendency. The stock in parcels estimated at" 327,000 bales, oi which 28,500 are American. Massachusetts Democratic Conven? tion. WORCESTER, September 28.-Thc Democratic State Convention in ses? sion here is composed of delegations from 247 towns, represented by 1.09C delegates. . The following is an abstract of thc resolutions adopted : The- first affirms the creed of the Democratic ...

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 October 1865

MIS OES Swmirfls, goner ;andtpver!v ** . . ?fog? arc" falling de/wu!, .. . And with therrusset tinges, - Autumn's doing- brown. Boughs are daily rifled By the busy thieves, Ana the Book of Nature i ' Gettcth short of leaves. Bound the tops of houses, Swallows as they flit, , Give, Uko yearly tenants, . Notices to quit. Skies of fiVkle temper. Weep by turns .and laugh Night and day together, Taking half-and-half. . So September ea de th Cold and most perverse But .the months that follow Sure will oinch us worse! "Too MUCH MOTHER."-Artemus Ward gets off the following good pa? ragraph: " . "Our ballad-writers put too much mother in their melodies. Thus, we ' have, 'Dear mother, I've come home to die'-Mother, is the battle over?' -'Mother, dear, -oh* pray for mc' 'Write a letter to my -mother,' etc. The other night we heard an athletic Ethiopian minstrel dismally blear, 'Mother kissed me in my dreams,' just as though she would do it until he washed the cork from his face. A mother is a ...

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