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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 11 August 1865

I THE MILT ??^SffiZ DAILY PAPER $10 A YEAR. "LET OUR JUST CENSURE ATTEND THE TRUE EVENT.\ TRI WEEKLY 87 A YEAR. BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST ll, 186& VOL. L-NO. Il4v THE PHOENIX ' IS PUBLISHED J) A IL Y AND TRI- WE ERL Y. AND THE WEEKLY GLEANER ?VF.RY WEDNESDAY. BY JULIAN A. SELBY. TERMS-IN A DVANCE. SUBSCRIPTION. Dailv Paper, six months.$5 00 Tri-Weckly, " " ..? GO Weekly, " " .'2 00 8ingle*c?pi?i< of the Daily and Tri-Weekly, 10 couts; ot the Weekly, 15 couts. KD\ F.nTISE JIF.NTS' Inserted in either thc Daily or Tri-Weekly at $1 per square for the first insertion, and 75 cents for each subsequent insertion. In the Weekly, ila square. XE?~-special notices 15 ..cuts a line. Important Legal Decision. A case of importance, ns showing the holdings of the Federal Courts teaching the responsibility of Confed? erate officers before the civil tribunals for military acts clone in obedience to the orders of their superior officers, ?was recently decided in 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. — 11 August 1865

COLUMBIA. .Friday Morning, August ll, 18f35. The Greenville and Columbia Rail? road. We havii had the pleasure of a long and interesting conversation with Col. Perrin, the President, of the Green? ville and Columbia Bailroad. He re? ports very favorably of what has been done and what is still doing, with nil possible energy, to put Greenville in early and complete communication with Columbia. Of course, the road hus been sevej^ly scorched ; first drowned in the freshet, and then Sher nianized. -?Jut the evils begin to ap? proach their remedy, and the work is , advancing hourly, lint for tho want of money for travel muong our citi? zens, there would not be n moment of | delay or embarrassment in the pro? gress of the work. At this hour, there are 1-40 miles of road in full j operation. The machine and work-1 shops are in full blast. New and very splendid cars will, in the course < ot' a few weeks, ho put upon the route, j and the plans of. the company contem? plate improvements wh...

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. — 11 August 1865

From Washington. WASHINGTON, August 3.- General Thoma.* estimates tho number of colored troops iu the service, previous to the close of the war, ut 300,000. Maur officers arc reported to have tendered their services and influence to the Mexico n Minister. The health of the President is im? proving gradually. He still continues 'to receive visitors and to attend to a little business. Indian Atrocities. JULES ?URO, COLORADO, July 31.-A paidy ol' thirty Indiums attacked an emigrant train forty miles West of here, on Saturday. Killed two men and captured one wagon. On the same day a large party of Indians surprised a camp of twenty six soldiers a lew miles North of Val? ley Station, captured their stock and drove the men to the station. War-parti es of Indians ha ve appeal? ed at several places on the South Platte route lately, and there is no doubt t?at there 'is a considerable force of Indians in tho vicinity. More troops are on their way here from the East. .j. ... Trial of Hr. Davis...

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. — 11 August 1865

The Highest A magic boat I saw afloat On the stormy sea of life; With pure bright brow, a child at the prow Steered through thc raging strife. And 'mid the storm, that cherub form Saug clearly, ceasing never: "Bright hope will sail through the fiercest gale On the sea of life forever," The boat sped on; the day was gone; Dark clouds that child surrounded; Yet Uko a star it /?hone afar As it ever onward bounded. And higher grown, its altered tone Sang firmly, faltering never: "Faitn steers aright, through the blackest night, Qn the sea of life forever." Through perils dark, that magic bark To its Hoavonlv haven bounded; And tho child, full-grown, like an angel shone, Its brow with a crown surrounded. And high it sung, with seraph tongue, Its music ceasing never: 'tlove shining bright is the highest light On the sea of life forever." BOB O' LINK. It waa noon in summer. The earth lay breathless in the heat, /with its thousand tongues in wood and field j too faint for their accustomed l...

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. — 12 August 1865

BY J. A...SELB Y. VOL. 1.-NO. TJtJLK FHONIX 13 PrSLISHE3 DAILY A XV TE I- 5 VE E K L Y. AND THE WEEtttY GlEASsB " EVEjtt? WKDNES?&T. BY JULIAN A. SELBY. ri?i2MS-IX A I) VA X O E. suBscniiTior?. Daily Paper, six months.SS 00 Tri-Woeklv, " ".) 515 Weekly, * " " . 2 00 Single espies of the Daily ant. Tri-Weekly, li) cents; o? the Weekly, 15 cents. A D v KIWIS ; : y. EN TS Insertad in either the Daily or Tr '-Wo < klv ai ol per square for ti.e first insertion, rmi 75 cents for each subsequent insertion. In the Weekly, $1 a square. ft3S~Special notices 15 co-:ts r lire. Tha Riehmori Election. It has boen rumored that tho result of the late election at Hie:::::jud JIMS been sot aside and declared void by the military edict of Gen. Torry. Thi.. statement has not been confirmed, and we regard it as entirely without foun? dation. Such an act as that would strike away tao last prop of republi? canism itt this country, and the whole ?abric would fall in irretrievable ruin; But there is ...

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. — 12 August 1865

COLUMBIA. __ Saturday Morriir-gr, August 12,1895. At Home Once More. We uro in tlie editorial fauteul once more, having just returned from a ten days' absence in the Districts of Oraugeburg and Barnwell We have had a hard travail, rather than trave?, over dreadful roads, through short cuts and long cuts, now in the rut, now in the mire, doubtful of extrica? tion, and with an occasional break? down, full of painful interest to pre? cious necks and to legs, which, in a crowd sd wagon, might bo profitably unhooked and hung up out of harm's way. For four years, but little has been done by the commissioners for working the highway. We know the fact that, in most of the districts, the assessment has boen made, to a pretty considerable amount, for the repairs of the roads, bridges and ferries. Yes, we equally behove the fact that no money, of all that has been collected, has been expended, in sundry dis? tricts, on either ot these objects. It is a matter which needs to bc tented closely by...

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. — 12 August 1865

Travel in Ireland. DUWJK. LONDONDERRY, Ireland, June 3. T>ubhn is a very beautiful city. The river Liffey divides it nearly equally, and the stone quays along*the banks "when the evening lamps glimmer through the rigging of the snips, or sparkle in the still water above the bridges, form a fine promenade. The people are very Irish. You would re? cognize an American as readily as a Chinaman; but with all their amusing characteristics, they seem universally civil and good natured. I have never answered a question in Ireland without a "God bless you" in return, or asked one without receiv? ing a polite, though unintelligible xeply. AN IRISH JAUNTING CAB. _ Thc street conveyances are curiosi? ties. I hod noticed, as we approached in the steamer, some enormous gin? gerbread pans on two wheels, standing along th? pier, and was nearly struck dumb with amazement on suddenly seeing gentlemen getting into them and being driven off. They were the famous Irish jaunting cars,'and I have yet t...

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. — 12 August 1865

?dcisios?x-Xirj?.i^r"^', Mr. Lothario's Apology. Your coming in last night, my love, Waa something sudden. ? was helping Nell To tie the ribbons of her rigoletto: She put the crimson of her mouth np well, I'm flesh and blood, and (hen von, singing, Came d Into the room, and tossed your head for (shanie. I saw a ?ort of maiden Northern lights Shoot up your ciietiKs and tremble in your eyes. I like such tilings. I like to see the wind Drive frightened clouds across tempestu? ous skies: I like the sea, and. when it's easily had, A very pretty woman, very mad! I liked the dangerous and regal air (Von bear a queen's aatne, and a queen you aro.) With which von donned your thibct opera cloak,' And clasped it with a diamondlikea Mar: 'Twas channing in HIV mistress. Bal, nr. ' lifo, It would not be so charming 1.1 my wife. j I like wild thing:;, as I have said, but then ] I should not like to own them. Who would he I Proprietor of earthquakes or loose harri- ? canes, Or comets plunging in cl...

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. — 14 August 1865

THE DULY HIE P rICEHX. ? ?. ? ^' ' .? ' -r-w-^=.=-.-' . ? . v- .... ?i, . , i, i II ,J'?? im; . i., i 11 ' i'ktiftm mrfX TI DAILY PAPER $10 A YBAR.? '?LET OUR JUST CENSURE ATTEND THE TR VE EJ^EWT. " . *. TKI-WEEELT ?7 A BY I A, SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. &, MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 14, 1865. VOL. NO. IS P0BLISHE? ?JD A IL Y AND TR I- WE EEL T. AND THE . WEEKLY GLEANER EVERY WEDNESDAY. BY JULIAN A. SELBY. TERMS-IN ADVANCE. . 8TJB3CBIPTION. Daily Paper, sis months.$5 00 Tri-Weekly, " " .3 50 . Weekly, - " ". .2 00 . " Single espies of tho Daily and Tri-Weekly, 10 cents? of the Weekly, lo cents. ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted in either the Daily or Tri-Wecklv at ? SI per square for the first insertion, and 75 cents for each subsequent insertion. In thc Weekly, $1 a square. jB3~Speeial notices 15 cents a hue. > Why Gen. lice Asked for Pardon. I We extract the following from a Virginia letter, which gives the eonr .versation between a planter and the ; writer:* He fwent on to say that for a time ...

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. — 14 August 1865

7 ? . $ - Moiiay Homing, August 14,1865. The rabid portions of the Northern or, properly, the Abolition press are exercising ; themselves very 'painfully in regard to ,a certain speech of ^]ro verj|r>r Perry, made to his friends and neighbors in Greenville, prior ^to his appointment as Provisional ^' Governor. ?Thg papers thus blatant are, in fact, very anxious to keep the Souther i States out of the Go ; vemnient, out of Congress, out of power and place, though not out of the Union. They seek to monopolize the power in Congress, that they may, without impediment, appropriate the . Spoils. To keep the South as a sa? trapy", or a collection of satrapies; to absor'. their profits, and tax them to the uttermost, as conquered provinces, is then* object. The insane, portions of this press, laboring at negrophilism pei' se, aim at giving * suffrage to the negro, assuming that they will possess *he e vchisive power of directing his vote. Such are the objects of *he " creatures who make ...

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. — 14 August 1865

?y' Telegrap?i,. Prom tile Jilo Grande? CATEO, Tuesday, August 3'.-The steamer Niagara, from 'New Orleans th? 28$h ult., has arrived . The True Della has advices from Brownsville, that Cortinas had been defeated in an engagement wiih'Lopez between Riataaioras andCamargo", and Cortinas had refcarncd to the Texas tide of. the liver, leaving all his forces in thc hands of the enemy. .Gen. Steele '.nd three of his officers were very sick with the back-bone fever. Tnere was a great deal of sick? ness among our troops, scurvy ?geing the prevailing disease." YellowSfever was developing itself rapidly at Mata moras.' Many planters were bringing cotton to Houston. Five thousand negro troops occupied the coast from in dianola to Victoria, many of whom were engaged in rebidlding thc rail? road. . A party of Kickapoo Indians recent? ly made a raid upon the Texas fron? tier, kiding and wounding a number | of persons, and stealing many horses. From "Washington. WASHINGTON, August 7.-It is un? der...

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. — 14 August 1865

Ah? M?e were trat ow yale ' ? ' r W, . v'3 .... AW lifo w?ro but a talo, iadoedf Of sleepless suffering, guilt and wo, From which the haart were haply, freed, Tho hand administering, the blow; Did love not come with angel eye, And healing Hp, and voice of balm, * To dry the tear, to hush" the sigh, The grief subdue, the spirit calm. n. , She crowns our spring with peaceful hours, J And soothes the ardor in our sky: When pride wptdd teach us loathe tho flow? ers, That bloom but in obscurity! If fierce ambition speaks of fame. She answers with ber happiest charms, Instead of glory, shows him shanie, While rapture couches in her arms. EDGAR. t; ABE It THE SEA. In a late ? number of. Household Words, we lind a brace of those extra? ordinary and amusing "yarns" for which sailors have been famous from time immemorial. .They Were related to the writer, in his youth, by one Thomas Headfurst, an old "diver," whose family had been "divers" for centuries before him-even when the poor ..Ceylon ...

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. — 15 August 1865

THlEl iDAIIY4s >1-TE(NX. DAILY PAPER $10 A YE AR. "LET OUR JUST CENSURE A TTl'XJ) THE TRUE EET TSakspear. TBI-WE EKLY 7 A YEAR. By J. E. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., MOlfDAY MiGRNIN, JULY 31, 1865. VOL, 1.--NO. 10 o THE PIIOXTX IS PUBLISHED i ? BAILY AND TRI- WEE KL F. ASD TUB WEEK?Y GtEMJEB EVERY WEDNESDAY. BY JULIAN A. SELBY. TER JifS-IN A I) VA N CR - SUBSCRIPTION. Daily Taper, six. months.$5 "00 * Tri-Weeklj-,. " " t.;*> 50 Weekly, . " " .'J 00 I Singlo copies of th? Daily ami Tri-Wocldr, , 10 couts; ol' tho Weekly, 15 cenes. ADVERTISE JIEXTS Inserted in cither thc Daily or Tri-Weekly at j SI per square for thc tu'st" insertion, and 75 -cents for each subsequent insertion. In thc Weekly, $1 a square. . ??9"Spo?dal notices 13 cents a litie. -.Tollu S. Kosby. John S. Mosby, the famous pa? rilla chief, -Aras visible on thc streets of , Richmond recently. Somebody lias .described Mosby as a handsome mau in personal appearance, but he is nothing of the sort. Of ordinary height, his ...

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. — 15 August 1865

COLUMBIA. i Tuesday Morning, August 15,1865. Leay ns to uc Taught. How events teach" the successive . generations,'grho yet refuse to learn \ How the ancient laws of God re-assert their utility and. nece'sjsity, after av ihousand y?ilrs of false and frivolous convention! "Thou shalt earn thy bread in the sweat of thy brow," is the decree. The decree,, delivered as a penalty, duly obeyed, becomes the * secret of innumerable and permanent blessings. Neglected, denied, repudi-^ ated, the law finally asserts itself, aral compels respect from the offender. But a day ago, a worthy, citizen said ta us: "What a cruel thing it is that I was not trained to some gool handi? craft; that I was not educated or taught as a carpenter, bricklayer or blacksmith. I should not now be des? titute. I should have, my secret of employment ami existence at my fin 'ger's ends, and should not now be looking mound me, in vain, seeking what tb do." Exactly! The great effort of mankind, in its blindness, is lo e...

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. — 15 August 1865

Ne-n-* Items. NEW YORK, August 8.-Senators Foster, Doolittle and Ross, the com? mittee of investigation, of the affairs throughout New Mexico, Colorado and Nevado, have returned. They invite the Indians to. meet them at Crow Creak! on the 10th of September, to arrange terms of peace. Favorable results are anticipated. The Tribune's Richmond eorrespon-* dent gives gloomy accounts, of the condition of the negroes in that city. The most stringent orders of Geni Terry seem inadequate to protect the negroes from assaults. . MgNTKF.Aii, August 8.-Sir N. B. Ellenboro ha? been appointed to the Premiership of Canada. Tlic Market*. LrVEltPOOj, July 27.-The sales of cotton for the week were 49,000 bales. American declined 1;,'d., other descrip? tions 1 to '?}{({. Floiu* and wheat de? clined. Provisions sh adv. . Consols 90J?. The bullion in,the Bank of England has decreased ?S.OOO pounds. NEW OR?EAXS, Aftgust 7.-Cotton quiet, 200 bales sold at 42(T< il. Sugar active; fair to fully fair, 12,...

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. — 15 August 1865

* * --i -~-:----i H ?rn c. Is there a placVthat can impart Blest visions, t* the aching heart? Is there a plaie whose image dear - Can soothe oar grief, dispel our fear! That plicc is home. Thc exile, Ai far distant climes, Oft. oft rim mbers by-gone times, And o'er whatever land kc roves, " Remenbers still th? land ho loves- ' Remembers home. Whatever hardships be otu1 lot, ?til'home's the treasure of the heart; Whatever can our bosoms cheer, ?\\7iatover we regard- as dear, Is found in home, sweet home. Tile Unhappy Replj-. ' 'I do not think it a selfish act if I occupy this whole seat myself, as I am to travel all this long day," said I to a lady nearest mo, one? sultry morn? ing, as I took the out-of-the-way end seat in the cars at Bat?alo for Albany. "Certainly not," way the reply, asl put my shawl, hooks, papers, fan, bouquet, &c., in the onau'iid, and nes? tled myself down on *Wie other. I soon wearied of conversation and reading, and had sunk into a fitful ?. slumber, whe...

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. — 16 August 1865

Ta THE I)IL PHIIENIX,. DAILY PAPER1 $10 A YEAR. ' LET" URT JUS7-CZ;ENSUR?E ATTIOND 2 IE TR UE E VE-VT." TRI-WEE&LY $7 ATYEAR. BY 3., A. ELBY. COLULXBIA, S. C.9 WV)NESDAYi M~ORNMNG. AUGUST 11865. .VOL. I.-NO.10 IS l'UBIJSUXO I) A IL Y AND TR I- WEE KL Y. WEEKLY GLEANER KVKUY WIU::O:S?>AY. BY JULIAN A. SELBY. TER 3IS-IN A D VA N C E. .snBscaiPTioN\ Daily Paper, tlx months.c5 GO r Tri-Weekly, " V .3 50 Weekly, " " " .2 0? Bingle cwpies of Hie Daily and Tri-Weekly, 10 eonls; of Ute Weekly, lo cents. .ADVEUXXSOnCSTS Inserted in either the Daily orTri-Weekly at 11 per square for tWe hist insertion, and 75 cents for each subsequent insertion. In the Weekly, $1 a square. XCsj-.Spccial notices 15 cents a line. Tile K.-Ks Sleeting o?* Saturday-. Agreeable to the suggestions of sun? dry citizens, und in accordance with tie views of- Gen. Yan Wyek, a mass meeting ot freedmen, to which plan" ;o:s were invited, wfts held ou Satur? na ;", afc Academy Grove. The purpose was to give a good pl...

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. — 16 August 1865

. -: Wednesday Morning, Ang. 10,186$. Farm Schooling. We republished, some short time since, a preamble andjresolutionssub mitted more than twenty years ago to the Agricultural Convention of the State, embodying a plan for-?he im? provement of the common school edu? cation of the State. We behove that the time has comb when the necessity I for the adoption of some such plan will be generally recognized. *It will be idle to continue any longer the ancient system in any other than the ? thickly settled town's. In the sparsely i settled regions of the country, the old f plan is a physical ' impossibility-a moral absurdity-unless you can put a school houst; at every poor man's door; and it will pc useless to do so unless yon put a decent and capable school? master in it. Our next Legislature will be forced upon the consideration of this among other topics vital to the prosperity, the growth and proper I development of Shite and people. In j a conversation, yesterday, with the j Rev. Mr....

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. — 16 August 1865

Thc Encajas of Oadu.li P. Benjamin. Nsw YOEK, August 3.-The World's cavana correspondent -gives *an ac .oujit of Judah P. Benjamin'3 escape . vom the rums of the Confederacy. He .aya Benjamin separated from. Davis carly in May,, near Washington, Ga., for the purpose of making his way to Nassau and Havana from soins* point on the Florida coast. He was to at? tend to some public business at the posts, andth?n rejoin the President in transmission via Matamoras and Texas. He traveled directly South through Georgia and Florida,' on horseback, disguised as a farmer in search of land, without exciting or at? tracting attention, till he reached the lowor side of the penin.ula of Florida. He was informed no boats could be found on the eastern coast, and went to the gxilf shore, where, after a month's delay, he succeeded in getting a ship yard boat lind two men who were will? ing to risk their lives upon the sea in it. The open boat was about fifteen feet long, in which they coasted the penin...

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. — 16 August 1865

. . . /- ..;> ;>'':: Denied thc Bil??. Denied the bliss to- look, Within thy loving eyes and nee, As sunset, smiling m tho brock, The love, dear heart, thou haat for me; To hear thy accents soft'aftd warm, . . Press that deal- throbbing-heart to mine, And watchwith rapture every charm, That speaks of Heavenly charms it* thine: Ah! this! dh! this! Were something niore dear heart than bliss. One solace in my flight, Shah glad my soul wherever I flee. To think that thou, my heart's delight, Dost ever so think and sing of. Aie! The seas that niock thy hope and eye Shall tell fhee'sttll, though far I roam, . . They bear me yet that loving sigh, That calls IRO back to love and home Ah! this! ah! this! . ' Shall bc my promise still of bliss. EDGAR.. THE conrsE-yisiiEH. ? BY WTTITITAM COMSTOCK. Several years have passed mvfsvv, ?ind New York has now more than d. Tided its size and population, since then' was a man .seen about the streets ol the city w ho wis known by the omi? nous tit...

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