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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 4 April 1865

XLid^O??. . TM-ftYMgat- . ! . {tar DATCY PDCEKIX -Oa am) alter Monday j nextjVhe i'Gth instant, the ,PAo-t?t* .will he published daily. Subscription price $20 per month. The paper will be promptly delivered by carriers to city subscribers. The tri weekly edition will also be issued for' country circu? lation, at $10 per month. ^ A>"?TB?R "PnoiNix."-We invite attention to ] ike notice of Dr. P. Melvin Cohen, re opening -his "niodie-jl'depot." at hie residence in Picken? | Street, nit the head^t Lady street. Coli Rudler (the emcieut Commandant of the j Pout)-ami ihe officers of the Strathern Express Company viii please accept our thanks for) late papen and other favors conferred. We are ? also indebted t? lady friend? far Charleston parers. Th? rodd to Jordan, or rather to Charleston, ??ems to be a hard one for the'travcler. We j told our readers, a few days ago, that though ingress to the cit}* migh^ be easy, and even egress, yet tho route to it was exceedingly un? even to the sor...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 4 April 1865

" - V ? . .- ' fl (rriiiitestimutvs Hi? iv IN-I fernel ami. WMiti.de? I al ?,l??H.>. ?I Tile, ?. 11:^11 it??n i.- it:rr t.i?.? ?~K?. A despatch from ?choti<jld, dated Lha 21s.t. reports that h? occupied Goldsboro that" evrii- j inc, with buta slight opposit ion.^. Sherman's left was engaged with the enemy near Bentonsville <>a Sunday. His right, the 17th, corps, was near Mt. Olive on. Suuday Bight. RobertjCobb Kenned}', convicted of being a spy, waa executed Saturday at Fort Lafayette. Gold closed at 167. Singleton, on h ie* return to Washington, ridi? culed the renewal of tire ' peace rumors, and was very certain that neither Davis nor Lee had any intention of submitting. Crook has been assigned to the army of the Potomac. ' ' The English Parliament had. a discussion on the 13th, on the Canadian defences, some speak? ers regarding a war with the United States as probable. The House was, however, assured by the Ministers that the -relations between England and the United...

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

.j,ct our ceiisure , . Attend Hie ?.ru? evenv. -?jiisxspcsTC. . *> BY J/A/S?LBY.^ COLinOI?, S; C.? SA'ftmDAY, APRIL 1, 1865. VOL. t-NO, '6. c U'-^":'.^L Evacuation<cf RichmontiV 'IT^'??p4?mui^?pril ?Vitcft?^?oj^f Hieb ?\'J^-iiWW^'1^??WWM?d. *a Saturday kfteruoou - ^ . V?r? few pevwertfrgr* ?bl? t? k?V*;' ? * the oliy, oxcupl C?bret oiucT?f pffiW?, In'conic - , ?jtmnco ?ot tba emdkum'ips *f th* u.i>trer>i?ut - ? ? ue. enemy brok ^ balta ntgfbt, ?irit'l1P.iL.:i>barfr. after te vera! day? ? irftl'd fighting, ?uni toado it necessary-fov bir.i ?.? .. fc*intbdraw, aa aa Cu uu?over this Capitol. Tis? 15' ??elfion cf? Lifo tinny' fe ?kw unknown- No , . t^o-agh fc8^?* iba Jwaet?pn'* Tho Kichniond < { ^&|M^d'|f?eR ????0Y?d/'?''tili? valuable* ol "* '. - H ^41485^^ &k^?&ohd wera brought away. '.;^d^5^%cje--belonging . to the Government. '. Hie 'Hit ryut?eng?ii? r? | ort a great mob ia Ilia -, ^ty, >^0lMaf ^???l??a sind vVT?r??house* and '^unaer?s^r^?^i .JRtie w...

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

"Let our just ce "fluir* w Attend the true event."-UShdkfpeare: L BY J. A. SELBY, COLUMBIA, S. C., THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1865* VOL. 1.-NO. 8. THE COLUMBIA PHON?X IS FUBUSUB? Every tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, ? BT JULIAN A. SELBY. Single copit^$l. ' . Advertisements inserted at $5 per square (ten linet-) for each ins?? lion. . TelegrapMo. REPORTS OF PRESS ASSOCIATION. Entered according to Act of Congress, in the Year l?t?3, bg J. S. J'h/usber, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the Confederate States for Ute E'ort/tem District, of Georgia Evacuation of Richmond. D'ANVILLE, Aprii.^.-Tliu evacuation of Rich? mond was cOuuac-hced on Saturday afternoon. President Davis ?nd Cabinet arrive?! here an ilonday. Very rb? persona Were*able to leave ille city, except Government offieera, iii conse cutiuee of the auddeuuesi of the movement. Th? enemy broke through Lee's -lines on Satur day'uiglit, near Petersburg, after several day?' Y-wl righting, and made it necessary? for bira ?p ...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 6 April 1865

^Original.'} The Ohsrcb of God In Ashes. . Isaiah LZi V*-Paraphrase, t. AW m.rr b-?T?ti!u! aad sacred ball, Wherein ?er fathers met of old to prahv, . Is in cor .raming fire destroyed, and all ftar pleasant things ere perished in th? blaze. Oar Holy City is a wilderness, And desolation grows beneath our eye*-^ Abl Father, WK have sinu'd, but spare and bless; Bs n?t.-oaa, where thy justice might despise. n. * Suffer that -e this ruin may repair. E?b":!dt.hc boase our fathers raised to thee; Rene*v the covenant that bids thee spare,* Cali back the flock thy wrath hath made tc flee. Tra?, they have Wandered from thy shepherd';: fold, v Have liced*>d not his ?all, b.nt still astray,. Hove turn'O the deafen'd ear, with hearts toe cold. And merit not the mercy that we pray. Iii. Tel, sparc fVem, Father-and the holy hall That still we loved to seek in happier days, ? Restore and hallow-nar again recall, The awful terrors of the midnight blaze. Make beautiful the walks we loved of yare, ...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 6 April 1865

hour**? his distress-that Masonry overrides the boundaries ..{' Stute?, ni'ow? of no political or religious differences..jind that its vi? ry nature ?.nd Constitution are adverse tri the idea of any such renunciations of the paramount.duties of the craft, in ali countries and under ail circum? stances. W e add a few particulars in relation to Ame pf these ?odg->s, showing the extent and cnar aeterof their losees. Thc minutes of UMOU Kilwinning Lodge.'No.-4. were more than a cen? tury old; those of Orange Lodge No. 14, very near a century. These are al) gone, and the lose is irremediable. ? portion of tho minutes Of Richland Lodge No. ?9. are supposed to be safe, aa they were confided to the keeping of a Macon ic writer, with a view to the preparation of ax history. He will probably, from . this notice, perceive the propriety of restoring them to the Lodge as soon as possible. XIX. Among the items of loss, which are particu? larly lamented, thajl of the famous sword oi State, call...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 6 April 1865

COLUMBIA PHOENIX. ?UBL?HU? AIL Y ??D TRIWEEKLY udersigned begs to inform thc citizens Columbia, of Richland district and tlic Suuth (Jsrotiua at laige, that" he will, JAY, the lutii instant, commence Me lication of ile COLUMBIA PiiO?NlX, ts that this additional contribution to se? ol public interest w^ili be as grate 8 readers, as be trusts to make it valu h to them and to himself. Thc tele f the Associated Press win be regularly id each morning, as will be. also, ail of interest received by the mails. The 'ill be delivered regularly to city sub by fajlhlul carriers. 1 erins $?0 per rn advance. ? Tlll-WEEKLY PHONIX--published uesday, Thursday and? Saturday-will ed to subscribers in the country at (10 t, in advance. No subscription received iger period than three mouths. Postmasters are authorized to act ss and will reserve teu per cent, as com i. . JULIAN A. SELBY, g Publisher and Proprietor. mu, S. c., April 5, looo. Hoop .Skirts Eepaired.? tPPLY #r MRS. C. LOOMIS', ?let?n St., App...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 6 April 1865

Thursday Morning, April 6,1865. Charles ton Paper:,. Th? Courier, under the Yankee rc? ime, reach? es ns at intervals. It is monstrous dull and somewhat dirty. Clearly, the editors possess nothing of tko divino faculty. Tn the paper of the SSd March, there is a jv ? ort of a 'Freed? man's Jubilee-,*' in which CuiTe? ascends to, the heavens o', .-onceit and ecjuequecce, rides in bis ear of state, surrounded by flaps and em? blems and,sweating still ?Sc his way to glory, j ?is allowed to* play monkey tricks for a season, prior to Iiis being used up in the front rank,] stndsr thc punch in the rear of Yankee bay? onets. He is on the way through wreaths and j roe?%*to the last ditch, wlier1* Negropliilus willi plant him with ?due heed that he gives no more trouble, lt affords a sufficient notion pl! th? sort of beginning, in the education of tue j negro childreu, that the mo*to af the flag borne, ?aver the little band of woodies, ran thus: *'We know no masters ont ourselves." With auch a...

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

>.<> Iv - ?ar. .Nothing wa* the <.. or ever ! ca'Di i livre lor.us. With snrenipty house, of course, we :ould do nothing, bo determined,' fi r? with, io proceed to Liucoiiitoo, North Car vile re were the restof our family, Six ie Yorkviile road, we stopped till kind, good home of Mr._S. Then, .-.->.. day proceeded on to Yorkviile. Over : ol on the road no less a personage thau Gen. ?n, who was a few days afterwards, 1 in his command. At Yorkviile, *i ted ie dear refugee friends; then, after three :i -.s of miserable r?ad, arrived at Mr. 1' 's fir : night. Seeing nie mueh exhausted, lie :;? jstess brought me immediately a hot ol m ee, and sai.I, Oh, how sorry she wa? foi any oua running from Columbia. Ko eharg .a usual. Bless these, kind, good peo pi lot a Yankee never, darken llieir-door?! The i< <ight, though after a long day's jour i ey, We .btained lodgings at the tine tutti bep at i-'illas C- H.; having, however, tor the tiltil t.nie since we left home, been...

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

Daily Paper ip^O a Month. ^ , "Let oar iast censure j Trj-"W<-tki.y a ?.?OMIII. Payable ia/ "rance. J Attend the trae ovont."-SXaktpettrc* t { Fa*. ~V>i? Ad BY J. A. SMUBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., SATUEDAY. APRIL 8, 1865. VtL. l.-l\0. 9 THE COLUMBIA PHON1X i is rUBUsuKu HAILY ASO TEI-WKKKLY, B?Y JULIAN A. SELBY.I The Daiiy is issued every monning, except, donday, ut. $?0 a mouth. Tri-Weekly, Tuesday, ! Thuisday and Saturday, at $10 a month, m va- | riably in advance. Siuglc copies $1. Advertisements inserted at $5 per square (ten j lines) for each insertion. Oar Refuged ism. e , fe ? Wa found Lincolnton tilled with refugee from Columbia, some keeping house on a small scale, -some boarding on a large one. All the three Weeks'we were there^ it rained almost laces, saut ly; thc streets so impassable from the mud, . one tumid it impossible to go lo se! an opposite ? neighbor. LiueohiloD ia? by no mean: a fist place, the verd'antiqu* on tome of the houses gives signs of.age and still stan...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 8 April 1865

CAPTURE, SACK and DESTRUCTION I .'OF THE XXX. . The morning of Saturday, the 18th of Feb? ruary, opened fctill with it? horrors and terrors, though somewhat diminished Jin their intensi? ty. A lady a?id to.? Yankee officer at her house, somewhere about 4 that morning: "In the name of God, sir, wben is this woik of hell to be ended?" He replied: "Yon will-hear the bugles at sunrise, when a gu - rd will enter the town .and withdraw the?e troops, lt will then ceas??, and not before v Sure enough, with the bugle'? sound and tho entrance of fresh bodies of troops, tin-re was an instantaneous arrest of iiicetidiariem. Yon Could see the rioters carried off in groups mid squads, from the several pre c??ete ' hey tad ravaged, and thors which they still meditated to de6troy. The tap of thc drum,- t he sound of the signal ce.mon, could not have been more decisive in its effect, more prompt and complete. Ko farther fires were aet, among,private dwellings, efter sunrise; and tile flames only- we...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 8 April 1865

Isle^ping negro woman, when iiiYankees Ihre? their loi en.-s into her heJ. Iron* which she wai marrow ly extricated with life. '< I Of the recklessness Jf these soldiers, espe? cially whee' sharpened by cupidity, an instance Lis given -whore they ihriisl meir bayonets fnto [a bed, where they fancied money tobe hidden, j between two sleeping children-beiug, it is 'admitted, somewhat careful not. to strike through the bodies ot the children. V The treatment of the neg- oes in their hou es was, in the larger proportion of cases, quite as brutal as tfjat which was shown to the waites. They were ribbed in ' like manner, frequently - stripped of svery article ot, clothing aud pro visions, and where the wigwam was nut de? stroyed, it was effectually gutted. Few negroes, having a good hat, good pair of shoes, good . overcoat, but were incontinently epnved ot' them, and-rougbiy handled when they remon? strated. These acts, wc believe, were mostly ascribed to Westera men. They were repeat ...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 8 April 1865

C- HAINSWORTH, W ILL bc lound un Gates street, three doors be.ow Lady street. April 6 5* ? House and Furniture for Sale. THE undersigued ?fters ?or sale ber COT? TAGE MoUeE, containing fire rooina, si: UHicd ou S umtej^ street, aver Lumber. Tb-e house is furnished throughou', and will be sold as it si ands. On tue lot is au ? scellent well of Vater. A bargain can bs obtained. April 4 3*_F. GEESE. Lead! Leau! MA .NY persuua nave thoughtlessly Jaken btAl> iruui the'isle Amenai here, under lue impression mai lUe GuVerutUwDt WoulU not Deed or claim lt r.xccpl lood, malling is now so importauL lo our armies, aa all importations ot it are uowteul otf, una' no suosluule for it eau Oe found. 1 lUerelure respecituliy but ear? nestly appeal lo ali wu*luv?, any ol the Lead j litieiy al tile C. S. Arsenal here, to return it to ni? al once, tor our soldiers will pul it to much * better use mun citizens can. * April 4 3* J. T. liti.Z..V .\:iT, Major, <tc. Notice is Hereby Given '"I^hlAT tur...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 8 April 1865

, Saturday Wf??r?g, ?pri! 8,18?6.^ j . V, ?<..!>.. B-v^cttation oirHlc5ufton?. . t . Sar* fer the debilitating moral effects ef this -^pf aaajjoa. thajoe? V jfctcnoond to th* cause * ef tb? ?euisdj?*ey iea * ?ry email oaissr. It . should a<*ve beta abandoned loug ago, and aa .Sba ?a vi. aaa 'found ?bat the policy of the ?dcttr ?aar? thea roschsieiy ?i4. do wu before it, wita ?'??ree unjeh, if jnensBeseat far it? ,. septen* by ?nv. was yet sufficient to paralyze ' the activity ?/ Jue? aad thie army in ail Other ? quarters; sad tats eely fer the reteutson of a regie*, stripped cf faed, wbh-h w~? could only 'JbBpp'ty from a distance and st?rest expense end dela; *nd.where alt opea, -:npi? and epaeioa.: . water bf ?? "*aa afforded to thc enemy, leaving , Mm fr?e tr? a dea ce nt ab axj urexpeeted mo ?eat A' worse situation for .?ur urn*.ea ?onhi sci waif be found, and it ehotjld have beei ajbaadoaed twelve sontha ag?. Beyoal the eap ia??o? tb? Confederate capital, intern Virgini...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 8 April 1865

REP?HTS OF PHBSS ASSOCIATION. ' Entered ?ccordingto ? ct of Congress, in t/u Year 18?, by J. &. Thrasher, ih the Clerk's ()fic?of the District Court of the Confederate Slates for the Northan District of Georgia Address of President Davis, i DANVILLE, April 5.-The i'resident issued sn address this morning to the people, in which bs ssys the General-in-Chief found it necesiary to make such movements bf,the troops ss to un ?Veer the capital. It would-be an wise to eon . ?eal the moral and materia' injury to our canse resoltiBg from the occupation ot the capital by the enemy; it is equally unwise and unworthy of ns to allow our own energies to falter or um efforts to become relaxed under reverses, how aver calamitous. For many months the finest army of the Confederacy* under the c?uimaiK of a leader whose pr?sense inspires equal cou fidence in th? troops and people, has beec greatly trammelled by the necessity of keeping sonstaut watch over th? approaches io rbi capital, and has thu...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 10 April 1865

Daily Paper $L0 a Montbr) .' "Let oar just centre v J Tri-Woekly $10 a MOD th. ' Payr.!:! J ?n Advance. j" ' Attend the .true event."-Sh?kspcare. ^ { Payable ia Advance. BY J. A. SELBY COLUMBIA, S. C., JONDAY, APRIL IO, 1865. VOL. 1.-NO. IO. THE COLUMBIA PHOKIX ia FU HUSHED DAILY AND TM-WEKXI.Y. BY JULIAN ?. SELBY. P The Daily ia issued every morn i up, except. Suaday, at |20 a mon th. Tri-Weekly, Tuesday, Thuieday and Saturday, at $10 a mont li, inva? riably in advance. Pingle copies $1. Advertisement ? inserted ot $5 pei HJU:U'? (iii) lines) for *?ef?-h?eei'tion. THE COLUMBIA PHON1X, ?- j PT7BTJSIIXD * D-A1LY A2?D TUI WKEKL^ THE undersigned b?gs to inform the til in ns of Columbia and of tne State of South Carolina at large, that he has commenced the daily publication of the COLUMBIA PBONIX, and trusta that this additional contribution to the sources of public, it.tc^fst will t e os grutc ful to his readers, BS he ti nits lo itiwVe it yalu- ' able both to them and to himself. Th?-...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 10 April 1865

?T- V .'~*. ^ bi-eakhig^?t 8f the fire?, in. the *?u? of Ib'?j oitj, and in tRe subnrbs in twenty ^ko*>Tie- i sides, should conclude all doubt^ The attempt ! to lie it ?way, is aa atrocious in Its "reckless-, sass, aa the deed Which the falsehood is meant * to palliate. * . Tbaro'are hundreds of witnesses who heard tba explisit assertions to' this ejfeot from the oom naen soldiery, and the detailed facts as already givan, confirm their avowals. They ware, as an army, completely is the banda of their officers." Never was discipline more com? plete-never authority more absolute. L Enough that Sherman's army was ?nder perfect disciplino. SI. Tbat the fire was permitted, whether set by dr a naen stragglers or negroes, to go on, and Sherman's soldiers prevented, by their aetiv? opposition, all efforts of the firemen, wh>l< thousands looked on in perfect deren Hy, seeming ' totally indifferent to the ev eut. t. That hundreds of soldiers, quite sober were seen in hundreds of cases...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 10 April 1865

Telegrapliic. DEPORTS OP PRESS A86OO?ATTON. /intered aixordinq to Act of Congreet.in the Tear 18*3, 6y J. S. ?ftraaAer, t? ?Ae Clerk'? Office ?f ike Di tl rici Court of thc Confederate States for the Northern District of Georgia 4P ? Affairs ia Charleston and Savannah. AUGUSTA, April Ik-Late advices state that' Gen. Giltaer has issued an order prohibiting all purchases of. colton or ol a ima thereto by any than United States agenta, in Charleston and Savannah. The Unitad States Tax Commission? ers atfaounce CTTemselves ready to receive the tAvs of those cities and districts. All persons who wish* to recover any captured , aniwiJe*?r vehicles, must take site oath, and swear to have been loyal during the war to the United St?tes Government.. Parties bringing goods into Charlestonjfnust ^-register, under the penalty of confiscation. AU buildings, landa audtenements owned by ^crions who have failed lo comply with Lin 'a rn's proclamation of .December 8, 1864, and who a?? absent fi-? nf ...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 10 April 1865

?fc TOriginnl.] Strtfcgtb. from Ovortb.row. ' t< i. Methinks 'twere easy from the strife, The cruel warfare now we wage, To pluok a lesson,aweet as sago, And find,'in loee, the strength for life. II. For, heritor? of thousand years, ^f^ng experience, toil and war, . .Ws'rssriser ss I think, b? fer Than if preserved from griefs and fears. in. " .. Tlie grief which hardens to the time . A nd shapes the soul for brave intent, _ Becomes the better aliment, *'' * Tiie Ireart to lift; thp soul aublime. ""rv. V. ; it's weil endured, is bread and meal; What's conquered, in ourselves, of ill, Becomes a fouat of nurture still, .\..d sorrow's, self shall, grow to sweet. MNGLASD AXD AUSTRALIA.-Horth?rn papers intimate that England will soon have trouble in A-U^ralia. Tlie people, we seo hy the Picayune, have determined that their country shall not be made a place of refuge' for all villaios of Great Britain, and r i c. persistent!y~urging the Home Govern? ment to abolish.'the system of trans...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 11 April 1865

Ui?y Paper $20 a ?ionttt, ) "Let our just censure - ^ Tri-'WeekJy $1^ * !Mo?thl Payable In Advance. J" . * Attend the true event."-Sltskspeare. ( Payable in Advancer BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., TUESDAY, APRIL ll, 1865. VOL. L-N?i ll. THE COLUMBIA PHONIX IS FUBUSJ1ED DAT LY AND TRI-WEJtKLT~ BY* J ULI AN A~: S&LBY. The Daily ia issued every meru inc, 'except j Sunday, at $M a month. Tr^fee^ly, Tuesday, ! Thuisosy fin?. S "turd ?y, ni ?ii) a month, nivn ri ably in advance. Single copieat$l. Advertisements inserted at $5 per squrire (ter lines) for each insertion. . . (? " THE COLUMBIA PHONIX. CUnUSHSD DAILY AND Till WEKKJ. Y. * PT^HE undersigned hogs to inform th* <iiizdf JL of Columbia and of Hie St&te u/ ^'uiitli Carolina at Haiga, that he has tcir.mu ce ! Ii i" daffy publicaiiorrot thc COLUMBIA PBtES IX, and trusts that this additional conti ibiraon f the sources of public interest viii l e os pn'd< fal to his readers, ae he ti usls lo maLvJi \ r.u able both to th...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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