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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 3 November 1865

m 1 ITITI Iii TV A TT Tr i? Alli 1 Daily Paper $10 a Year. BY J. A. SELBY. 'let our Just Censure mi fl1 AT T V lil "li IM A. Attend the True Event. Tri-Weekly $7 a Year COLUMBIA. S. C.. FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 3, 18G5. VOL. ?-NO. 18^ P'-"BUSHED DAILY AND TBI-WEEKLY, EY JULIAN A. SELBY ? TERMS- I2T AD I '.4 XCE. SUBSCRIPTION. Ua.lv Paper, .-ix months.S5 00 I Tri-\\eekly, " "... 50 Singlo (?pies 10 cents. j ADVERTI- EMEN T . Insert.-1.1 at si per square for the tirst in- ? s? rtiou, and 75 cents "for each subsequent, j t-?~>.... i:?-tices 15 cents a iiue. Tlie London Times ou President Joint. I so?"? I*c!Icy. j When thc people of tho Northern States elected Mr. Lincoln for the se? cond time, they were moved by a happy impulse to choose as the second magistrate of the country Andrew Johnson. of.Tenuessee. The office of vice-President is, in itself, of little importance, and though on two former occasions a vice-President has suc? ceeded to the Government of the Re? public through t...

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 November 1865

COLUMBIA. Friday Staining, November^, 1865. Oar Kew LAWS. Thc "Report of the Committee on the us. We gave thc captions of the varions bills proposed, and now proceed, in accord? ance with our enunciation, to give to our readers the most prominent features of the legislation recommended. The preliminary bill, induced by tho emancipation of slaves, requires no com? ment. One of its provisions is as follows: All free negroes, mulattoes and mestizoes, all freedmen and free women, and all de? scendants, through either sex, of any of ihese persons, shall be known <w persons of .olor, except that every such descendant who may have of Caucasian blood seven eights or more, sb&ii be deemed a white person. Another section provides, HS follows: Thc statutes and regulations concerning slaves, are now inapplicable to persons of color: and although such persons are not entitled to social or political equahty with white persons, they shaU li ave the" right to accjuire, own ami dispose of pro...

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 November 1865

Alexander H. Stephens. A. Washing-ton correspondent of the Phfladelphi* Ledger gives an account'of an interview with A. H. Stephens: He was received very cordially by the President, whom he thanked in his asnal pleasant but dignified way, and a conversa? tion then ensued noon the condition of the country, the President s plan of restoration and reminiscences of the past. Both gen? tlemen were perfectly easy and unrestrain? ed in their language" and manner, and thc interview was _ aa pleasant as if oetweeu two old but long estranged friends. Ba a conversation with your correspon? dent Mr. Stephens said that it was owing to a want of unity through the South that their cauae was lost. When a system of the most crushing des? potism was inaugurated at Richmond, from that moment the struggle was abandoned, and the Confederacy was left to its fate. Mr. Stephens was very careful not to mention thc name of the rebel President in speaking aa above, but it was not difficult to seo that there m...

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 November 1865

?IISCB T iT ? A JJ"3ET Opera Mu?ic flor tiic Piano. Isn't there something lu ibis -Opera Music for the Piano"' that sounds like the verv thing itself ? It does to our car. It is copied from the "Knickerbocker Maga? zine:' "List! the piece is about to begin; Now observe Miss Introduction come in: A goddess in flounces, and pinched at the waist, And a iook like a statue, embellished with paste. All the keys that can be got at, Bv the fingers straight are shot at: Then a soft and gentle tiulde, Gentle as the rahi-drop's sprinkle, One. two, three, four, Five, six-run ashore. Then a stop Fingers drop. Now a rush from top to bottom. Catch the notes now, while we do* "om; Hear tito music, for we've got 'om. Backward, forward, up and down, Like a monkey or a ci"wu: Now the close-a gentle strike. Who did ever hear tho like? Piece commences: Now begins a merry trill. Like a cricket in a mill; Now a short, uneasy motion, Liki a bed-bug at devotion, Or a ripple on the ocean. Soe tho tinge;-- sk...

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 November 1865

TUT? Ti A TTV ^m??&t? D TT ?T? AT T V ?ii?i DAxxii J?j?| r xi UL IM A. Da?y Paper 810 a Year. "Let our Just Censure '* ' v' Attend the True Event." Tri-Weekly $7 a Year BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C.. SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 4, 1865. VOL. I-NO. IS^T THE PHONLX, '.'ELISHEP HAILY AXS TEI-WEEELY, BY JULIAN A. SELBY TERMS-IX ADVANCE, srnscnirrioN. Da?v F?i-ier, six months..53 ?? Tri-vVocklv, " " . 3 50 Single copies 10 cents. ?.DYEI?TISEMENTS Insert--*! at Si per square for tho first in? sertion, ant! 75 coats "for each subsequent. ^-Special notices 15 cents a line. AwFrr. SmrvcBECK-260 COOLIES DROWNED or EATEN BY TIG cits.-The Ensrhsh papers give the particular!? o? thc- loss of thc American built ship Eagle Speed while on her way with four hundred and ninety-seven coolies from Port Canning to Deraarara. The wreck took place near Halliday's Islani, August 22, and the fatal re? sults are thus described : Three of tho Eagle Speed's boats were launched, manned by the crew. Includi...

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 November 1865

COLUMBIA. Saturday Morning, Nov. 4.1865. Xii? Proposed Kew Code. We continue, this morning, onr synopsis of the Report of the Committee on the Code. MASTER A>D 8KRVA>"T.-The Code pro? vides, that when the servant shall depart from tho service of the master, without good cause, he shall forfeit the wages due him. The servant shall ohoy all lawful orders uf thc master or his Agent, and ?ball be honesty truthful, sober, civil and diligent in Iiis business. The master may moderately correct servant? under eighteen years of age, and he may discharge a ser? vant for wilful disobedience of bis or his agent's lawful orders; or for habitual nc ghgencc or indolence, and for other causes named. The master shall not bc hable for voluntary trespasses, torts or misdemea? nors of bis servant. The master's right of self-defence shall embrace his servant, and it shall be his duty to protect him from violence by others in his presence, and to render bim moral aid and assistance in ob? taining r...

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 November 1865

?By* Telegrap?i. Fru?? Havnna. &tPS TO?A", Goiooer ?i.-Tho Exjtres? says that Havana advices, cimli.m the re port of tho mutiny at Jamaica. Many re? volting murders had been commuted." Tabled. MIL?.FJDOEV?IJ?, October 23.- Thc Con veutk>n, this morning, tabled, by a heavy voto, a resolution inquiring for information of the Provisional Governor whether Pre? sident Johnson made repudiation a condi? tion precedent to H re-adniissiou into thc Union. Sown from North Carolina. WASHTNOTON, October 30.--It appears from private intelligence from North Caro- | lina, that not more than two nf thc candi? dates for Congress in that State, if elected, can take the prescribed oath that they have never voluntarily aided th? rebellion. There Ls apprehension of a dearth of food in North Carolina hefors thc next crop is secured. Tho present crop is very ma? terially injured by the protracted drought which has prevailed. Thc crop has boen very limited in parts of the State where there were milit...

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 November 1865

agaapcoB T ?T ? A NY To-Day ?nd To-Morrow. BT OEBALD MASSEY. High hopes, that burn like stars sublime, Go down the stars of freedom; And true hearts perish in thc time, We bitterliest need 'em; But never sit wc down and say, "There's nothing else but sorrow;" We walk the wilderness to-day The promised land to-morrow. Our birds of song are silent now; There are no flowers blooming; But nfc burns in the froren bough, And freedom's spring is coming! And freedom's tide comes up alway, Though we may stand in sorrow, And our good bark-aground to-day Shall float again to-morrow! Through all thc long, drear night- of years, The people's cry ascended, And earth is wet with blood and tears Ere our meek suffering's ended; The few shall not forever sway, The many toil in sorrow; The bar; o"f hell are strong to-day, Bu: Christ shall risc to-morrow ? Though hearts brood o'er the past-, our eyes With smiling future glisten ; Lo! how tho day bursts up the skies Lean out vom" souls and listen? The w...

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 November 1865

vi? J5X J. A. .orjJUJD.1 m COLUMBIA, S. p., THURSDAY MORNING, IEPTEMBE% 21, ?8G5. .YOL. I-NO. *?*. y THE PHONIX, PUBLISHED DAILY AND Tr.l-WEEKI.Y, BY JULIAN A. SELBY TERMS-IX ADVAXCE, suBSCRtmos. Dailv Paper, six months.$5 00 Tri-WeckJy, " " . 3 50 Single espies 10 cents. ADVEETISEMES. S Insert ;1, at st per square for tlie first in? sertion, and To cents for each subsequent. tt^Snccial notices 15 couts a line. DOUBLE SHEETJ Soiitli Carolina Conference. SECOND DAX, THI'KSDAY, NOVEMBER 2. CHAKLOTTE, N. G.-Thc session was opened with a prayer meeting, con? ducted by W. H." Flemming. The minutes of yesterday were read and corrected. j Several ministers previously absent appeared in their seats. J. W. Wightman was appointed to fill a vacancy in the Joint Board of Finance. : QUESTION G. TFTto are thc Deacons \ /',). one Year ?-was taken up. Geo. H. Wells was called, and his charac? ter passed. He is to be examined on the studies ol' the third year. W. W. Graham was approved, and was loca...

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 November 1865

Adctr?M of Bishop* Atkinson, Lay and (Quintard. To ou*" Brethren in th* Southern Dio? ceses : In resuming our seats in the General Convention of the Church in the United States, we have taken a step in advance of those with whom we have been for some years associ? ated. We were aware that we ventured much ; but we were prepar ed to ven? ture much, in order to secure the re-union of the Church, and to obviate the evils which were likely to grow up in the absence of frank and per-, son al conference. It seems proper that we should nov/ make known to yon what has hap? pened during this memorable session. We demanded no formal guaran? tees. The assembled Bishops offered us no pledge save that of "their honor and love." As a house, and as individinvls, they welcomed us with cordial greeting. There has been in the House of Bishops a careful avoidance of what might give us pain. Painful things were sometimes spoken, but even then the speakers used studied mode? ration and self-restraint. 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. — 5 November 1865

??Mil SHEET. A. Stone Falla from the Sky, with Character? Engrartd upon lt. Mr. James Lumley, an old Rocky Mountain trapper, who has been stopping at the Everett House for , several days, makes a most remark? able statement to us, and one whichj \ if authenticated, will produce the greatest excitement in the scientific world. Mr. Lumley states that about the middle of last September, lie was engaged in trapping in the mountains, about seventy-five or one hundred miles above the great falls of the Upper Missouri, and in the neighbor? hood of what is known as Cadotte's Pass. Just after sunset one evening, he beheld a bright luminous body in the heavans, which was moving with freat rapidity in an Easterly direction, t was plainly visible for at least five seconds, when it suddenly separated into particles, resembling, as" Mr. Lumley describes it, the bursting of a sky-rocket in the air. A few minutes later, he heard a heavy explosion, which jarred the earth very percepti? bly, and this...

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 November 1865

COLUMBIA. I linday Homing, November 5,1865. Progress of Conciliation. President Johnson has been prompt and liberal in the exercise of the pardoning power towards leading public men, civii and military, in this State, and his course is doubtless appreciated by all. The preli? minary, work of conciliation is progressing well, and wc hope the reconstruction policy, at first inaugurated by thc sagacious Chief ? Magistrate of the Union, will not be im? peded, either by any error on his part, ol? by any unwise action or legislation on tho part of thc people or law-makers of the j Soutkeru States. It should be the ? arnest 1 desire of all to bring up t lie Union to the ancient landmarks, and although ibo past, with ali its sufferings, with all its losses, with all its direful consequences, cannot be effaced from the mind, yet ns patriots, as good citizens of the Republic, it becomes our duty to make the best of tho present, and to work diligently, earnestly and faith? fully to make the fu...

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. — 5 November 1865

Departnre ot the Steamship Scotia. NEW YOBS, Isovember L-The steam? ship Scotia sailed to-day for Liverpool. Among her passengers are Sir Morton Feto and ids party. From Washington. WASHINGTON, November 1.-Gen. Long? street has arrived, and is stopping at the Metropolitan Hotel. Secretary Seward, in a letter to Governor Marvin, bf Florida, states that the Presi? dent is gratified with the favorable progress towards re-organization in Florida, and he regards the ratification by the Legislature of thc Congressional amendments of the Constitution of the United States abolishing slavery, as indispensable to the successful restoration of loyal relations between Flo- j rida and the other States. The President, to-uight, received a de- I snatch from tho Provisional Governor of Georgia, stating that the Convention has | passed an ordinance repealing the ordi- ; nance adopted 19th January. 1861, dissolv- , ing the union with otb? States; also, the ! ordinance of 16th March, 1861, adopting th...

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. — 5 November 1865

COLUMBIA. Sunday Morning, November fi. J865. Spain ?nd the United State*. RECEPTION OF THE AMERICAN MINISTER. On Saturday, the 30th ultimo, the Queen of Spain received in private audience at the Palace of San Bde fonso. Mr. John P. Hale, our newly appointed Minister to that country. On being presented to the Queen, Mr. Hale addressed Her Majesty as fol? lows : MADAM : In presenting the letter which, accredits me to your Majesty's court in the quality of Envoy Extra? ordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary of the United States of America, I fulfil the mission with which I am entrusted, of assuring your Majesty of the sincere desire of the Govern? ment and people of the United States to confirm, establish and perpehiate the friendly relations which have so long and happily subsisted between tbe two nations, and that I shall dis? charge my duties to the best of my ability, by devoting all my energies to thc realization of so desirable an object. If it be permitted for me in my humbie ind...

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. — 5 November 1865

The flat has gone forth that all debts and obligations contracted by the States, cities, towns, and Counties of the Routh in ?id of thc late Con? federacy, shall be declared null and void. Many of these debts were con? tracted to procure food and clothing for those who, by the terrible exigen? cies of the war, were either permanent? ly or temporarily deprived of the sup? port of husbands, fathers and brothers. The terrible -sufferings entailed upon the poor by the war have not ended, and the approaching -?inter will be one of fearful hardship and suffering in all sections of the South. The male protectors of many thousand poor families lie buried upon a thou? sand battle-fields, while vast numbers of poor volunteers and conscripts, who went forth stalwart, robust men, have returned maimed and broken in heatlh, and unfit for every species of manual labor. The end of thc war found the whole South fearfully des? titute of food, clothing, and every? thing else necessary for the support ...

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. — 5 November 1865

MISCE TiT^A Thc Sabbath ot the Year. M~L?H e?uia? ii?'-- Sabbath of the Year, Tis sweet in woodland paths to stray, Eire yet tho foliage, fluttering sere, Is swept to damp decay. To muse in nature's quiet halls, Where, like a saint, she stands at prayer, While solemn thought the soul enthrals, And we her rapture share. The streams that all tho summer long Sang lyrics loud hi careless glee, Glide onward with a soberer song A tender melody. They hush their voices to a hymn Subdued and soft, tho' echoing clear Through woodland aisles and archways dim, Thc vespers of thc year. Though thc winged choir afar has flown, Yet now tho West-wind's breathing seoras Uko the religious organ's tone, Or music hoard in dreams. Up lightly from unnumbered rills, Far-spreading, floats a vapor gray, Like incense that some temple lilla, Whore thousands kneel to pray. The rustling of tho loaves aloft. When the uland breeze the branches stirs, Is like tho murmuring, low and soft, Of myriad worshippers. The ...

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 November 1865

T ! 11/ Tl ^ ll A 1 il J. Daily Paper $10 a Year. BY J. A. SELBY 'Let our Just Censure T) Tin? AT rv J_ IJLVLJil WIM. Attend the True Event.' COLUMBIA, S. C.; TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER ^ 1865. Tri-Weekly $7 a Year VOL. I-NO. 1J?9./J THE PHOENIX. PUBLISHED DAILT AND TRI-WEEKLY, BY JULIAN A. SELBY TERMS-IX A I) VA XCE, SUBSCRIPTION. Dailv Paper, six mouths.?5 00 Tri-VTeekly, " " . 3 50 single c?pies 10 cents. ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted at il per square for the first in? sertion, ami 7? cents for each subsequent. ifff-Speeia! notices 15 cents a line. THE VALVE OFNEOHO TESTIMONY. Thc Athens (Georgia) Watchman says that thc other clay :i gentleman in that vicinity, being greatly provoked at the insolence of a negro woman, administered to her, in the presence of two negro men, a sound flogging. She forthwith reported the case to tho provost marshal. But while she was absent on this mission, the gentleman aforesaid remarked to the freedmen that he would be arrested ami fined heavily unless th...

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 November 1865

COLUMBIA. Tuesday Morning, Nov. 7, 1865. Our Finances. The Richmond Times says that it is most profoundly to be deplored that the un? divided attention of the next Congress can. not be devoted to the consideration of the financial condition of the nation. For forty years sectional agitation has engaged the attention of that body, to thc exclusion of a thousand important questions of poli? tical economy and finance. During that long period-comprising one half of the lifetime of thc nation-our na? tional debt was so small, the prosperity of cur people oo unexampled, taxation BO Sght, and our progress in wealth and popu? lation so marvellous, that thc financial con? dition of thc uation did not require the at? tention of Congress. Now, however, our situation is very different; The Internal Revenue Record puts our national debt at about twenty-seven hundred millions of dollars, the yearly interest about one hun efred and forty millions, and taxes and revenuo from three hundred to throe ...

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 November 1865

By Telegrapli. Cholera, at New l ork Quarantine. NEW YOUR, November 3.-Tho Quaran? tine ?surgeon report? nf teen cuse? of cholera on boara tlie steamship Atlanta, now lying at this quarantine. The steamship Atlanta, from London, arrived at the quarantine on the 2d inst. Has had eight deaths fri m cholera on thc voyage. -? ? ? From Europe. NEW YORK, November 3_-Thc steamship Jura bas arrived from Liverpool, with dates to October 21. It is announced that Earl Russell has undertaken thc Premiership, and that thc Administration will only be reconstructed to the ext eilt rendered necessary by thc death of Lord Palmerston. Liverpool cotton market unchanged sales on the 21st, 10,01 0bales. Bread'stuffs firm and sligbtlv advanced. Consols S'J to 89$. . New York Chnml>rr of Cannum cc. NEW YORK, November 2.-At a meeting of the Chamber of Commerce to-day, reso? lutions were adopted approving thc action of the Secretary of the Treasury in fund? ing fifty millions of legal tender notes ; also...

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 November 1865

iVCISOE T uT ? A "PTY A NEW THEORY OF DIETETICS.-Dr. Erasmus Wilson, quite celebrated in England, lias been lecturing very extensively, and finally published several lectures, to prove that the great body of the yoting En gish gentry are annually starred into im? becility and death by the insufficient quality of .their food. Breakfasts of j tea and toast he does not approve of; and for growing youth, instead of meat once a day at dinner, he thinks three times a day would be none too much. Instead of a diet two-thirds vegetable to one-third of animal food, he would have it two-thirds animal to one-third vegetable. He speaks of this chiefly as a means of preventing disease. The most vital organs, apart from the digestive tube, are, he says, the brain, the lungs and the heart. If these are not supplied with a sufficiency of whole? some nutriment, there are always ele? ments of disease enough lurking round to attack and destroy them. We all know, for instance, that the best safeguard ag...

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