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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 18 November 1865

rriTTTTI T\ A 1 11 Ii Daily Paper $10 a Year. Tl> TT m "AT T ~\T rnirjiMA. Attend the True Event. BY J. A. SELBY COLUMBIA, S. C., SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 18, 18G5. Tri-Weekly $7 a Year = --.- - - ,112= VOL. I-S0.^93?^ THE PHOENIX, PUBLISHES DAILY ASI) TBI-WEEKT.T, BY JULIAN A. SELBY TER MS- TX AD] 'A XCE, SUBSCRIPTION. I Dailv Paper, six mouths.$5 00 Tri-Weekly, " . ? 00 j Singlo copies 3 0 cents. A DVEBTISE3IENTS Inserted at $1 per square for tho first in- 1 scrtion, and 75 cents for each subsequent, i aySpocial notices 13 cents a line. JOHN YAN BUBEN'SFTJN.-"We make ! the following laughable extract from i it speech made by John Yan Buren, i whilst canvassing New York: "I have been engaged in an active canvass in this State. I have had the good fortune-and it is a good for? tune in these days of railroad disaster ! and massacres, to meet no accident, j I have met no loss, except last night when my carpet bag was Steden from the cars. I do not mean to say that it was stolen b...

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. — 18 November 1865

COLUMBIA. Saturday Morning, Nov. 18, 1865. Tho General Council of the Protestant j Episcopal Church in the South, nutt No? vember 8, in St. James' Church, Augusta. Present-The Bishops of Virginia, Georgia, Alabama and Mississippi. The Bishop of South Carolina had been detained at home by the affliction of his eye. The Bishop of Florida was expected. The House of Deputies was organized by th? election of the Kev. C. C. Pinckney, of South Carolina, to the Presidency, and of the Rev. Wm. Mitchell, of Alabama, as Secretary. After thc adoption of the usual prelimi? nary resolutions for appointment of com? mittees and admission of others than members to the sUting of the Douse, a committee of one from each Diocese was, eu- motion of Dr. Andrews, of Virginia, appointed to consider the relations of the Church in the late Confederate States to the Church in thc United States, and on a message from the House of Bishops, in? forming the House of Deputies that the Presiding Bishop had been appo...

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. — 18 November 1865

By Telesrapli. The Debt or Texas-Te*a? Kot to be Represented in Next Congress. NEW OKLEANS* November 10.-Ex-Gov. Tierce, of Texas, says that the friends of Provisional Governor Hamilton say that he will hardly call the State to meet in con? vention before the middle of January next, and the citizens of Texas believe that she will not bi: represented in the next session of Congress. The debt, contracted bv Texas amounts to $0,000,000. All the Federal negro troops have left the Bio Grande. From Louisiana. NEW OBLEANS, November ll.-General Canby has issued an order turning over to the authorities all the salutary regulations that have been held by thc military since 1802; also, resigning ail control over the State levees, the work on them, and tho collection of the tax to keen them repaired. He is also withdrawing the provost mar? shals in the Parishes, except in certain cases, atid is also stopping the issue of charity rations to persons unconnected with the army. General Fullerton le...

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. — 18 November 1865

O, that thou could'st forever be As pure and bright as now, O, that care would never leave Its shadows on thy brow. O, that tears might never dim The lustre of thine eye, Or thy sweet lips-so innocent Give utterance t<> a sigh. I would not have thy beauty marred By sickness, grief or sin, Fd Lave thee beautiful without, But lovelier far within. And when I fold thee to my heart, And kiss thy smiling face, 1 ask not fame or gold for thee, But health and heavenly grace. And may a motin r*s fervent prayer For thee bc heard en high; A prayer, my precious one, I breathe, When none out God is nigh. -?9, A BIG CITY.-London spreads over more than 720 square miles, contains 2,600 miles of streets, has 300,000 houses, a population of 3,000,000, and an assessed annual rental of over ?00,000,000. LvDrsTRY.-Rollin did not com? mence his great historical work until the age of seventy, thus affording a most singular instance of industrial energy. Flowers fling their wealth upon the vacant air...

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. — 19 November 1865

m TT Tl T\ i TTT7 lil?j VALLI Daily Paper $10 a Year. 'Let our Just Censure TT* TT rr\ IkT T "YT fi! UBINIA. Attend the Tne Event." Tri-Weekly $7 a Year BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 19, 1865. VOL. I-NO. 200. THE PHONIX, PUBLISHED DAI LT AND TEI-WEEKLT, B Y JULIAN A. SELBY TERMS-m ADVANCE, SUBSCRIPTION. Daily Taper, six months.$5 00 Tri-YVeekly, " " . 3 50 Single espies 10 cents. ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted at tl per square for tho first in? sertion, and 75 cents for each subsequent. jay Special notices 15 cents a line. MU Interesting Letter. We find tho following letter in the New York Day Book : COLOMBIA, S. C., October31,1865. Afihirs in Louisiana and thc South were the subject of an interesting con? versation at dickerson's Hotel last Friday evening. A gentleman who owns a large plantation there and one in this State, and who appeared to be thoroughly acquainted with all the j planting interest of tho South, gave a statement of thc condition of the cot? 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. — 19 November 1865

rm mun wm\x ? From London Quarterly !iet:ie>c, July, '65.] ?Close of thc American War. JLRTTCILE IV.-1. Exodus of tite Western Nations. By Lord Bury. London, HUGS. 2L Col. Fiddler's History of the Ame? rican War. London, ISO"). 3. Campaigns in Virginia, Maryland, -itc. ?fcc. By Capt. C. C. Chesney, SL E., ic, VoL IL London, 1865. Lord Bury, having held an official position in Canada, and acquired a personal interest in the affairs of the New World, is led by a natural train of thought to the birth and infancy of the communities which have grown so rapidly into their present importance. <Gxeat would be the intercst]and value ?f the work-if such we possessed fcbat could teach us how Europe was pt*Triled; trace the gradual divergence of ate jpresent races under local influ? ences; tell us whence came the parent bribes; and how, with a common tone of thought prevailing, language be? came so diversified. America has the -advantage over the other continents in knowing its history fr...

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. — 19 November 1865

indeed, the main argument of those who support the Federal cause. The majority, they say, elected a presi? den*, and the minority was bound to acquiesce. How did Mr. Lincoln re? spect this principle, when it appeared advantageous to abandon it ? By contriving a scheme of government for the conquered States, in which a minority so insignificant as one-tenth was to represent and rule over the majority of nine-tenths ! We say nothing of the rights of neutrals, formerly regarded in the United States as so particularly sacred ; we pass over the express clause of the Consti? tution on the issuing of search war rants, on delay in bringing to trial, on the issuing of the writ of habeas cor? pus, Sec. ; but there are two points that cannot be omitted in reviewing this subject-rebellion and secession. It seems strange now-a-days to hear of Mr. Lincoln as the advocate of re? bellion, as its earnest advocate, on a large scale or a small scale, whether by the whole of a people or a part of a peo...

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. — 19 November 1865

COLUMBIA. Sunday Tfforrnnp'. Noy. 19: 186?. The election of General Humphreys iu Mississippi to tili the Executive office of that State, is regarded by the Radical organs (tho New York Tribune, of course, among the number) as an evidence of thc continu? ance of rebellious and disloyal sentiments in thc people of that State, (says the Kicli mond Times. ) Is it not the plainest postu? late of common sense that Humphreys was elected by tho people of Mississippi because they deemed him best fitted to carry on and complete the work of reconstruction? It was manifested during the war that this gentleman was able, faithful, and patriotic to the trusts confided to him; that he served the Confederacy well and truly. Now that the war ia over, and the Confede? racy dead, thc people of Mississippi desire to secure to tho Union and to the States all that ability, fidelity and patriotism which were lately exerted in behalf of thc Con? federacy. And it cannot be doubted that Humphreys will be just...

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. — 19 November 1865

By Telegrapli. Dr. Tyr.g's Church Burned. NEW YORK, November 14.-Dr. Tyne's church has be*;;* destroyed by fri e. i'ne loss is about $300,000, on whicli there is an insurance of $70,000 only. Th e walls ami towers are still standing. Message of thc Govrrnor of Indiana. INDIANAPOLIS, November 14.-The Go? vernor's message was delivered to thc Legislature to-day. It recommends a prompt provision for the public debt, the establishment of a home for Indiana sea? men and soldiers, a bureau of emigration, separate schools for colored children, and the repealing of the statute excluding negro testimony. He pays a tribute to Indiana soldiers, and says" that although the heresy of State sovereignty is extirpated, and the ques? tions involved settled by the arbitrament of arms, it must also be adjudicated and determined by the highest judicial tribu? nal in the trial of Davis for treason and other atrocious crime.-. HUMORED DISTTRIIANCE OX THE CA? NADIAN FRONTIER. -Wo hear, through a semi-offi...

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. — 19 November 1865

sister State?, "that it -was a necessity to preserve the "national life." This is one of those popular phrases which play so important a part in American affairs. Will it bear examination? If the national hie cannot exist unless Texas, California, Oregon, be com? prised in the Union, how did it exist when those regions belonged to a foreign power? How did it exist when North Carolina and Rhode Island were outside of the Union? If anything represents the nation as a whole, it is the Constitution, with? out which wc have no other than separate States. Now, the Constitu? tion, this sacred source of what is called national life, itself provides for a state of things which left one-third of the existing States outside of its pale. It provides that it should come into full force whenever nine out of thirteen States should accept it. Hence a division of the Union, tho separate existence of part of the States, was not only a possibility fore? seen by the framers of the Constitu? tion, but w...

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. — 19 November 1865

[Continued from Third Page.'] North for the capture of Richmond, made after ample preparation and in enormous force, ended in utter failure. Unquestionably at that time the South possessed all the attributes of an inde? pendent State -a State at -war -with its neighbor, and blockaded by its fleets, as other independent powers have been before. Recognition would have been warranted by the facts and by tho precedent most closely in point, the separation from Belgium from its union with Holland. The step was dictated, so far as this country is con? cerned, by the most obvious consider? ations of self-interest. But it was thought by those with -whom the de? cision rested-we do not herc inquire whether they thought rightly-that, until forced to it by circumstances, our Government ought ou principle to abstain from action. It was not permitted to weigh political advan? tage against -what seemed to be a moral obligation. Few in America are likely to understand this. In the Northern literat...

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. — 19 November 1865

ET ADOLPHUS LONGFELLOW MUGG IS3. I was trav'ling, I was weary, and the night did promise cheery, As I neared a road-side tavern half-em bow'rd among the trees. It was sommer, fierce and burning, and I felt an inward yearning For cool milk) and eggs, and bacon, and a mattress minus fleas, And a vine-clad latticed-window drinking odors from the breeze, And a night of blessed ease. Twas a building quaint and quiet, where no bustle, noise nor riot, Broke the sleeping sylvan beauty of tho scene so fresh and fair, And broad-armed elms were flinging length? ened shadows, birds were singing Grateful anthems for th e odors that arose upon the air, And tie swing mg sign was creaking tune? ful changes rather fair, Making music in the air. As I rode up to the portal, came thero forth a huge-nosed mortal. And the tint of bis proboscis glowed like apples in the sun. I was welcomed, I was weary, and mine host looked rather cheery Looked the patron of good bring, for he weighed near half a ton, Wit...

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. — 21 November 1865

MIT T T 1 r ? i I) 11 / IA 1 V r ll vii IN IA. Daily Pap?r $10 a Year BY J. A. SELBY. Attend the True Event.' Tri-Weekly $7 a Year COLUMBIA, S. CL TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 21, 18C5. VOL T-\T? om THE PHONIX, PUBLISHED DAILT AND TKI-WEEELT, B Y JULIAN A. SELBY TER MS-IX A D VA XCE, SUBSCRIPTION. Dailv Paprr. six months.S5 00 Tri-Weekly, " . 3 50 Single cepics 10 cents. A D V ur.TISEMENTS Insortsd at $1 per square for tho first in? sertion, and 75 cents for each subsequent. xa-Spc-cial notices 15 cents a line. ?Count int; House Calendar for 1S6G. As we have seen various conflicting statements in reference to the move? ments of Mr. Mitchell, we copy the following from the Richmond Enqui? rer, which may be relied upon : "This distinguished gentleman, who came to this city after his recent release from confinement -in Fortress Monroe, visited Washington city a few days ago, ?md after a very short sojourn there, returned to this place and im? mediately took passage for New York, '?n his w...

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. — 21 November 1865

COLUMBIA. Tuesday 2?orn?ig, Her. SI. 1S8*. Thc Fenian Movement. The leaders of the Fenian organization appear to ha-ve more prudence, foresight and skill, than those of former movements having thc same object in view as it is said tho present brotherhood have, viz: the in? dependence of Ireland. Thus far, in their own country, they have baffled the efforts of the British Government to bring on a premature outbreak, and will, possibly, continue to foil such efforts. It is true, that somo few alleged members of the order have been arrested in England and Ireland, bi?t no overt act of treason has yet been shown to have been committed, and tho special commission, which bas bean appointed to try those in Ireland known enemies as its live judges aro to thc movement-will find it a difficult matter, we apprehend, to make out a case of treason against men who may have a re? volver or two in their possession, or who may, nnfortuuatcly, have a military air in carriage or bearing. These two poi...

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. — 21 November 1865

Prom Mexico. NEW CHILEANS, LA., November IG.-The Brownsville Mexican Republican, of the 7th instant, announces the capture of Monte? rey by the Liberals. It also says that no re? inforcements hare arrived at Brownsville The Liberals claim that they can take Mata moras when they please. The Galveston Bulletin says that Captain Sinclair, of the Liberal service, formerly a Lieutenant of the privateer Alabama, cap? tured an Imperial transport North of the Bio Grande, brought her to Brownsville and turned her over to the Federal autho? rities. Merchants who left Matamoras on the 7th, say that there aro no fears of the place being captured. Later from Kingston. NEW YOUK, November 17.-The steamer Montezuma, from Kingston, Jamrica, on tho 6th, has arrived. Maj. Gen. O'Connor had command of the British troops and vo? lunteers, by request of the Governor. Seve? ral arrests have been made at Kingston. Advices from Port Morant, of the 20th, report several rebels condemned to death., including G...

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. — 21 November 1865

Song of the Freedman. ET A. E. WATSON. A freedman sat on a pile of bricks, Af? tho rain was pattering down; His shoes were worn and his coat was torn, And his hat without a crown. He viewed the clouds and he viewed himself, And shook the wet from Iiis hoad, And a tear dimmed his eye as he saw go by A boy with a loaf of broad. And he" raised his voice in a dolesomo tone, That sounded like a gong, While thc rain came down on his nappy . crown, And sang to himself this song. De wind blows cold, but I's done with toil. And lef de cotton patch: I guess old Massa tink he count De chickens "fore dey hatch. I totes no more de heavy load, Nor drives old Missus round; I wonder who dev's gwine to get To work de patch ob ground. Den fling away de rake aud hoe, Dis am de jubilee: De rain may come, de wind may blow, But, bress de Lord, I's free. But I tink last night, as I tried to sleep Upon the muddy ground, While de rain was drippin' on my head And de wind was wkizzin' round, I'd like to bab m...

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. — 22 November 1865

"TITY T)UTT jar "I'TATTY Daily Paper $10 a Year. "Let our Just Censure 3S^SSS^^aHifcK^fe^ Attend the True Event." Tri-Weekly $7 a Year BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 22, 1865. VOL. I-NO. 202. THE PftONIX, PCBLiSITF.n D.VILT AND TRI-WEEKXT, BY JULIAN A. SELBY. TERMS-IN ADVANCE. SUBSCRIPTION. Dailv Paper, sis months.$5 00 Tri-Weekly, " " . 3 50 AUYEllTISEMKNTS Inserted at il per square for the first in? sertion, and 75 cents for each subsequent. Counting House Calendar for 1KCG. Jan. Feb. Sar. Apr. Say June ... 1 I I 4 ? ? 71 el ?lio n'isia 14IU 18 U 18 M M nnmi ssiso.rc ta ?lao sii...... - 11112113 M is:i8,iu 21 ss M,r a ff ff tl Ililli ii uht ut ia ntoltii ?110 ?lian: a 23 2< a? ao ... 1811411* aol si;ss ?'Si ? IOU 12 Joly A-ig. Sept. 0?. 50T. Dec ...? ?iou j ta u mia n it .?S'SU S1IZS,S3?S4 SS sa tr ?sa a? au ai ... 8 4| 6 a Tl 8 10 UilS ll 14 16 iT Mlw aD ai!ss :i ? :c r ?s :? ? io is ie IT K'sits* ta|ao|ai nlulia Mill 12 ITll?ll? ?84 35 98., aolai...

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. — 22 November 1865

COLUMBIA. Wednesday Morning, Nov. 22,1865 No Pause. Under tho caption of "A Pause in tho Great Work," thc Atlanta Intelligencer, of last Friday, among other obstacles men? tioned to the worh of restoration, has the following paragraph : "In regard to South Carolina, the state? ment is made that the President regrets that neither the Convention nor thc Legis? lature of the State has repudiated the war debt, and that Sonth Carolina seems to d?chue the Congressional amendment of the Federal Constitution abolishing slavcrv: also, that an carly adoption of the amendment by Sonsb Carolina is deemed by the President peculiarly important and especially desirable with reference to the general situation of the Union. And with regard to North Carolina, although the President telegraphs that it had done well in HID acceptance of thc Congressional anti-slavery amendment, as peculiarly im? portant to successful restoration, still Go? vernor Hidden has been instructed to con? tinue Governor until ...

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. — 22 November 1865

By Tolograpli. WASHINGTON, November 19.-Tho Jamai? ca Standard says that over 1,000 rebels have been hanged, and probably before the court? martial close 10,000 mil snffor doath. J. C. L70NS, HAVING opened his store in rear of his old stand, will be happy to serve his friends and old customers on as reasonable terms as can be liad in Columbia. His stock consists of : SUGAR, COFFEE. FLOUR. BACON, LARD, GOSHEN BUTTER. SALMON, LOBSTERS, OYSTERS AND TOMATOES, in cans. Tubs, Buckets, Brooms and Sifters, Matches, Blacking, Shoe Brushes. Pocket Knives, Knives and Forks. Pad Locks, Coffee Mills. Letter and Cap Papor, Steel Pen?. Pencils, Playing Cards, Ac. 150 doz. Faucy Soaps-handsome assort? ment-will bo sold low by the dozen. A fine assortment of Hair, Tooth and Nail Brushes. Buffalow and Horn Dressing, Fine Tooth and Pocket Combs. With many other articles. ON CONSIGNMENT, 50 bids. Superfine Flour. 50 kegs Nails. '25 boxes French Par. Candles. 30 " Adamantine Candles. G_"_Ink._ Nov 22 f3...

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. — 22 November 1865

JMCISCTFIT iT ? AXY If W c Knew. If we knew the cares and crosses Cc?wdifig l???id cur Zcightor's "ay, If we knew the little loases Sorely grievous, day by day; Would we then so often chide him For his lack of thrift and gain, Leaving on his heart a shadow, Leaving on our life a stain? If we knew the clouds above r s Held but gentle blessings there, Would we turn away all trembling In our blind and weak despair? Would we shrink from little shadows Lying on thc dewy grass. While 'tis only birds of Eden Just in mercy flying past? If we knew the silent story, Quivering through the heart of pain, Would our nianhooc\_clare to doom them Back to haunts of guilt again? Life hath many a tangled crossing, .Toy hath many a break of woe. And the cheek tear-stained is whitest This the blessed angels know. Let us reach into our bosoms, For the key to others' lives, And with love toward erring nature Cherished good that still survives; So that, when our disrobed spirits Soar to realms of light aga...

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