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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 29 November 1865

THE MILljB? PHOMil Daily Paper $10 a Year. "Let our Just Censure ^H3S?^R^^BK^gp Attend tho True Event." Tri-Weekly $7 a Year BY J. A. SELBY. $ COLUMBIA, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 29, 1865. VOL. T-NO. 20B, Jjlrect Taxe?--Interesting to Lana j Owner*. It lias been announced, that the ! direct tax collector or commissioner had arrived in this city and that he j would soon be around with his little j bill. His office, as appears from a card on thc door, is established in the third story of thc custom house. The announcement above referred to was the very first information that our people had that there was such a thing as a direct tax imposed by the United States. Good, easy men, they had dreamed full surely that the prompt and regular payment of the internal revenue imposts discharged all the claims of thc Government, when the announcement of thc arrival of the direct tax agent undeceived them not agreeably. The direct tax is a stern reality, as all of tis that, like Justice S...

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. — 29 November 1865

COLUMBIA. Wednesday Morning. Nov. 29.1865 ? Low Money and High Goods. It appears 'nat whatever gold maj bo quoted at, those who have anything to sell, have a way of their own to depreciate tho currency. If they do not avowedly take a disconnt oft" the money, they accom? plish their object just as effectually by in? creasing the premium on their goods, wares and merchandize. For instance, if you want an axe, yon have to pay $2.25 for the article, which you could have bought five yoars ago for $1.25; go to the grocer, and almost every article is doublo, treble and quadruple the old price; go to the dry goods man, to the milliner, to the tailor in Bhort, to those employed in any kind of business, and tho samo story must be told. Some, who havo gone through the pro? cess already, fancy they can see in this course the beginning of a- serious depre? ciation in tho national currency, and some even are talking of squaring their sails to meet the storm in the financial world they apprehend. ...

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. — 29 November 1865

By Telegrapli. Important Lagsl Doc I? Io a. b.vLTmuttK, No v um ber 22.-lu ?l?? Ua??s? States Circuit Court for Haryland, this morning, Chief-Justice Chase presiding, an important decision was giren in the case of James Jackson, a subject of Great Britain, versus the Northern Central Rail? road Company. The action was to recover the amount of $2,650 on coupons held by him of the bonds of the company. The company claimed the right to retain five per cent of its interest conpone to pay ?he income tax with, and also three mills every dollar of its bonds, under the law |sed by the Legislature of Pennsylva The court decided that tho company jay the tax, and that the coupons sc paid without deducting the tax. >t>a.ble Success of thc Rebels-Effect on the Spanish-Chilian Contest. WASHINGTON, November 22.-Tte Go? vernment has received a despatch from Callao, dated October 28, from which the following is taken: Respecting the revolution in Peru, I have now to report somewhat of definite...

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. — 29 November 1865

SPARTANBUno, S. ?, 1865. . MESSRS. EDITORS: Will you please publish the following linos, written by a lady of Ha? vannah, Georgia? They express so much feeling and patriotism-so much soul-that no true Southron can read them without having every fibre of the heart touched. It is due to tho unknown fair one, to say, that the lines are published, without her consent or knowledge, by a stranger, into whoso hands a manuscript copy fell by fortunate accident, and who, most respect folly, begs forgiveness for publishing them; pleading as excuse his own high ap? preciation of their merit, and a general desire expressed, by several friends, to procure printed copies for preservation. Pj .?TUejr Cry Peace, Peace, when there is no Pea?*." They are ringing poace on my heavy ear No peace to my hoavy heart! ? ?They are ringing peace, I hear! I hear! Oh, God! how my hopes depart! They are ringing peace from the mountain side; With a hollow voico it comes- . Thor aro ringing peace o'er the foaming ...

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. — 30 November 1865

THE DAILY Daily Paper $10 a Year. 'Let our Just Censure I'Il (K M X. Attend the True Event." Tri-Weekly $7 a Year BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 30, 1865. VOL. I-NO. 209. rt?K FHONIX, PUBLISHED DAILT AND TRI-WEEKLY, BY JULIAN A. SELBY. TERMS-IN ADVANCE. SUBSCRIPTION. Dailv Paper, six months.?5 00 Tri-Weckly, " " .3 50 ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted at $1 per square for the first in? sertion, and 75 cents for each subsequent. ?S~ Special notices 15 cents a line. Manifest Destiny. The waters of American enterprise and energy seem to be overflowing everywhere. While the boundaries of the "great West" still remain un? attained, and the stream of popula? tion still sets in that direction, new and attractive fields aro being opened j for our daring and adventurous people. Mexico and Brazil have both j thrown their gates wide open, and I are inviting and welcoming American emigrants with every demonstration of hospitality. Never before did the old and popular doctrine...

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. — 30 November 1865

?.?MWl JoMph K. JohBrtom. Gen. Joseph E. Johnston, of the late rebel army, arrived in this city at an early hour on Monday morning, and is at present stopping at the New Turk Hotel, on Broadway. This is the first visit which this military per? sonage has made to New York since the termination of hostilities and his resumption of the more peaceful avo? cations of oivil life. We understand his present visit is in connection with the new National Express Company, cf which he has recently been elected President. Since his arrival here, his leisure moments have been besieged by nu? merous applications for an interview with him-proceeding from Southern sojourners as well as residents of the city. During an interview, yesterday, be? tween a citizen of Georgia and the General, the question of re-union or submission arose, in the course of which the General said "they had submitted with no ill feeling towards the North ;" and further, "that they were compelled to do it." He said it had boen ...

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. — 30 November 1865

Br ?.xii-The Charm Broken. If a statement we find in the Free? man's Journal, an able Catholic news? paper, is correct, say? the Richmond Whig, those of our Southern fellow citizens who are revolving schemes of emigration to that country, are reck? oning without their host. The cli? mate of portions of Brazil is all that could be desired; indeed, that coun? try, in the main, presents the most alluring attractions in its almost in? comparable advantages of climate and soil. The Emperor, if Professor Agassiz, now on a visit to Brazil, may be credited, is both gentleman and a scholar. Such, indeed are his scientific attainments that Professor Agassiz, after spending a day with him in the Royal Observatory in making observations of an eclipse, declared that he was the first monarch he had seen, after enjoying interviews with those of Europe, for whose scientific attainments he felt a sincere respect. The inducements held out by this cultivated monarch to emi? grants are very attractive....

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. — 30 November 1865

COLUMBIA. Thursday Morning, Nov. 30, 1865. Thc Inauguration-Addresses* Provisional Governor Perry took a formal leave of the General Assembly yesterday, just before thc inauguration of Governor Orr, the newly elected Constitu? tional Governor, and the first Executive elected by the people of the State. The ceremonies of the occassion were attended by alargo assemblage of ladies and gentle? men. Governor Perry, in his chaste and ap? propriate farewell address, pays a high compliment to the wisdom of the people in their present, state of transition, and a well merited tribute to the gallantry of the sons in the recent struggle for what they honestly believed to be their rights. He gives us great encouragement, as tho representative of thc Federal Govern? ment in South Carolina, that she will soon be restored to her rightful position in tho Federal Union. We, of course, expect and believe that he speaks by authority. Governor Perry takes the proper ground, that thc "Test Oath" docs not...

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. — 30 November 1865

By Tesl o g^?i^lx - Affairs in North Carolina, HALEIGH, N. C., November 2G.-The Legislature meeta to-morrow, and a largo number of members have arrived. Gov. Holden is still confined to his bed from .ickness. Dr. Powell, Stato Agent at Washington, has arrived with despatches to Governor Holden, but their character has not yet been made public. Pool, Reade, Holden, Dick, Settle, and others, aro spoken of in connection with the Scnatorship. It is thoaght that tho Constitutional Amendment will be ratified by the Legis? lature. Prominent gentlemen herc who have been to Washington, are not very hopeful as to tho future of the State and reconstruction. Affairs in Mexico. NEW YORK, November 25.-By the steam? ship Corsica, which arrived herc yesterday from Havana on tho 18th inst., wc received advices from tho city of Mexico to the 5th inst-, and from Vera Cruz to the 13th. Several additional small victories over the Republicans are claimed by the imperial? ists. In tho State of Guanajunto,...

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. — 30 November 1865

A Qunndarr. Tho "fix" in which the radicals find themselves is tersely stated by thc Washington correspondent of the Chicago Times. Nothing is moro un? pleasant than to stand between two sharp horus of a dilemma, one of ?which you must take, and either of which pierces to the quick. And that is the position of our amiable friends, the Puritan radicals : The Republican politicians who have congregated here aro in an awkward dilemma. In six weeks from now they have got to choose between two alternatives, equally un? palatable. They have got to either endorse the reconstruction policy of President Johnson, ?md admit the members of Congress from the South? ern States to their seats; or else they have got to oppose the admission of those members, and declare opon war agaiust the President, and array them? selves in open opposition to him and to his policy. They are fully aware of the conse? quences of either step. They know that if they choose the latter alterna? tive, they Irivo Preside...

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. — 30 November 1865

?with enmity and suspicion, it cannot be expected that he will make your j country the home of himself and his descendants ; and other States,- more sagacious, will derive the benefit of his skill, capital and citizenship. Our last want is capital to develope the great and varied resources of this State. It is to be obtained by labor, and from abroad, by making its profits remunerative to the owner. With these wants supplied, there is no reason to view our future gloomily ; on the contrary, there is muoh to hope for ourselves and our posterity. We have emerged from a long and disastrous war, with our cities and towns burnt, our houses destroyed, our fields and plantations ravaged, and our wealth scattered, but we are in no worse condition than om- fore? fathers when they came out of the revolution. Their virtue and labor and economy soon made them a more prosperous people than cv?r before. Why may not the same qualities work out the same happy result for us ? It is vain to indulge i...

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. — 30 November 1865

Some Day BT FIX>RENCae PERCY. "Some day" is the burden of many a Bong that's never dono in rythm. Florence Percy, author of "Rock Me to Sleep Mother." ha?thus given ono of thom: Ton smooth the tangles from my hair With gentle touch and tondercst care, And count tho years oro you shall mark Bright silver threads among the dark Smiling tho while to hear me say, "You'll think of this again some day, Some dayl" I do not Btorm the power of Time, Nor count on years of faceless prime; But no white gleams will ever shine Among those heavy locks of minc; Av, laugh so gaily as you may, "You'll think of this again some day, Some day!" Some day I shall not feel as now Your soft hand move about my brow I shall not slight your light commands. And draw the long braids thro' my hands; I shall be silent and obey And you-you will not laugh that day, Some day!" I know how long your loving hands "Will finger with those glossy bands, When you shall weave my last, last crown Of those thick braidings, ...

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. — 1 December 1865

THE DAILY Daily Paper $10 a Year. 'Let our Just Censure PHGMIX. Attend the True Event. BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C.. FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 1, 1865. Tri-Weekly $7 a Year VOL. I-NO. 210. THE PHONIX, PUBLISHED DAILY AND TRI-WEEKLY, BY JULIAN A. SELBY. TERMS-IX ADVANCE. SUESCBIPTIOX. Dailv Paper, six months.$5 00 Tri-Weekly, " " .;$ 50 ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted at $1 per square for the tirst in sertion, and 75 couts for each subsequent. J5ji~ Special notices 15 cents a linc. Counting House Calendar for 1SGO. I Ju. Feb. lar. Apr. Say June 16 18 aa as MM 1! H trw? ho lilia i7;ie 19 24 24jUC ?juill 18 17 33 24 31)131 U 14 JO!? arralas H Jaly kif. Sept. Ort. NOT. Dec. 6 8 T 8 0 10 lIUHIl'lll; MlttlsimlnlM S?!?7 2S SV.3U ... i 9,io.ii n uiMiis 18 17 MlMiSBlSI 25 as 24 as MllTfW sa Redemption of .Mutilated Currency. Tho Comptroller of thc Currency offers thc following suggestions rela? tive to thc redemption of mutilated 1 currency notes of National Banks: i "First. The notes ure to be re...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 1 December 1865

COLUMBIA. Friday Morning, December 1,1865. Principle thc Guide. Thc Wilmington Journal has some ex? cellent remarks, defining what should be? the true guide for Southern Legislatures and the Southern people. It has been truly said that, hy standing between thc mass of the Southern people and the sweeping confiscation ordered by Congress, and eagerly urged by many leading politicians at tho North, Presidont Johnson has entitled himself to the warm? est regards of those whom he has thus protected; and we feel assured that thc people of the Southern States are neither unmindful of, nor ungrateful for, the favors thus accorded to them, although it is not to bc supposed that any one, piaccd in Mr. Johnson's position, could have failed to interpose more or less encrgcti sally to save the nation, of which he is the executive head, from a course which would have been a stain upon the civilization of ?he nineteenth century, and entailed upon .fhn country a reproach that would have endured fo...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 1 December 1865

By T^e?ra"p?i. From Raleigh. RALTIOU, November 27.-Thc Legisla? ture met to-day. The lower House or? ganized hy electing P. Phillips, of Orange Countv, Speaker. Other officers were elected. No election of Speakur in Senate. From Washington. "WASHINGTON, November 27.-No creden? tials from thc members elect of thc late insurrectionary districts, excepting dis? tricts in Virginia and Tennessee, have been received. Funeral Invitation. vi3B The friends and acquaintances of HER? MAN and CATHERINE KRUSE and family, are respectfully invited to attend thc fune? ral of the former, at the Marion Street Methodist Church, THIS MORNING, at half-past 10 o'clock. NOTICE. THE undersigned have in their posses? sion a BOX, marked "E. B. MACK," which tho owner can get by letting his residence or place of business be known. Dec 1 GRIESHABER & W?LPE. Joseph Bogers & Sons' POCKET KNIVES, SCISSORS, RAZORS, RAZOR STRAPS, Shaving Brushes. ?tc, at E. POLLARD'S, On Main street, a few doors above Dec 1 ...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 1 December 1865

Thc Martyrs of thc South. KY A. B. HEEK. Oh! weep not for the gallant heart? Who fell in battle's uar; Tliey well performed their hero part? And passed from each away. They he asleep on honor's bed Young Freedom's martyred band For all that's dear to man they bled For God and native land! Weep not for Jackson, who laid down His life in fullest fame; Who always wore the victor's crown, Now wears a deathless name! Oh! what a loss that day was ours, When that great light grew dim; We weep among our darkened bowers, But do not weep for him. For Sidney Johnson-whose high worth Was Freedom's polar star Who. like Elijah, passed from earth In battle's fiery car; Shed not,a tear-he is not dead But up from Shiloh gone! Where wreaths ambrosial deck his head, Beside great Washington! Weep not for Garnett, his young brow, Among the earliest paled; Though death compelled his form to bow. His spirit never quailed! Amonj; Virginia's mountain heights. With Garland by bis side, And Starke-thev fought...

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. — 2 December 1865

THE HAILY Daily Paper $10 a Year. 'Let ?ur Jost Censure PHONIX. Attend the True Event.' Tri-Weekly $7 a Year BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 2, 1865. VOL. I-NO. 211. THE PHONIX, PUBLISHED DAI LT AND TRI-WEEKLY, BY JULIAN A. SELBY. TERMS-m ADVANCE. SUBSCBXPTION. Dailv Paper, six months.$5 00 Tri-WeekiY, " " .3 50 AD ?-IiltTISKMKNTS Inserted at $1 per square fi>r the first in? sertion. a:nl 75 cents for oach subsequent. ?S" Special notices 15 cents a lino. Counting House Calendar for 1SGG. CD CD CP i-l Jan. Feb. Mar. j Apr May Jan? li Um 3 4 si lioiulitli in hs i?i MMM) M s io i ICU !?23iS4 I ?)'31 July Adg. Sept. Oct. NOT. Dec. SilO 16U7 13114 80 81 ll lU 18114 18'H 10 ll U M 17 38 8 S 10[ll 15 1? 17:ls ii ta M it tv 80 [ii fZ. ll IS 14 15 1? ?lill? li'M 17 128,20 14 16 21 ID tain i I 4 6 e 1?10 ll M 13 18 17118 18 to SJ 14 aS'?6:17 71 8 0|10 VJ 13 14 i: If, 17 19 20?21 S3 ? 14 Klsr tatalaol. 8 4 6 6 71 8 PLANS FOR SOUTHERN DEVELOP? MENT.-Tho want of ca...

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. — 2 December 1865

COLUMBIA. Saturday Morning, Dec. 2,1865. Thr Tent Oath. Governor Perry, in his address to thc Legislature, very properly remarked, that thc reason for the passage of the test oath has passed away, and that "if not repeal? ed, no one in South Carolina can lill a Federal office till a new generation has sprung up, for all now living-nea, women and children-did, in some way, counte? nance the wa.-." The truth is, we do not behove the test oath was intended for the people of tho States in rebe.'iou at the time it wai? passed; and we agree with a eotemporary, that, at that time, thc South? ern States were outside of its jurisdiction, and that it was intended simply' to guard against tho possible intrusion into Govern? ment employment, of persons who might secretly sympathize with tho States then in hostUity. The restoration of these States to tho Union, and tho return of peace, remove thc only conditions on which thc test oath was even hypothetical ?or justifiable. i The test oath is, mo...

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. — 2 December 1865

By Telegrapla.. Collision on thc Mississippi. MEMPHIS, November 26.-There was a collision last night, between the Niagara and Post Boy, on tho Mississippi River, seven miles above Helena. Tho Niagara sank in twenty feet of water. One honored deck passengers, mostly discharged colored soldiers, were drowned. The cabin passengers and crew were all saved. Tho Niagara was valued at $150,0!)0, and was not insured. Later from Europe. FOBTLANO, Novembor 88.-The steamer Nova Scotian bas arrived, having loft Liverpool November 17. Tho schooner William and Frudcrick, from Mobile to Cardiff, was abandoned at sea-only the master saved. The London jon ?als publish the eorres 5ondence between Mr. Adams and Lord ohn Bussell in reference to thc Alabama claims. The Times earnestly hopes that Captain Waddell and his men woro not liberated without communication with Mr. Adams, and at present declines to accept as trno the statement of Waddell. Bullion in the Bank of England increased ?371,000. Rosiu u...

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. — 2 December 1865

MISOELLAKTY IMPOKTANT FACT.-A letter from Paris to a New York cotempornry, in speaking of the cholera in France, and particularly in the capital of that country, states the fact as an impor? tant one, and one -which carries im? mense weight, that with the cholera deaths at near a hundred a day in Paris the total bill of mortality is not increased, the reason being that peo? ple take proper care of themselves, and the other ordinary maladies which prey upon human life are not devel? oped- Thus, if people were to eat correctly, clothe themselves correctly, avoid currents of air and Budden transitions from hot to cold, the mor? tality of the city of two millions might be reduced something ap? proaching to a hundred per cent., or three-fourths its ordinary mortality. The following populations of thc cities of the United States, which number over 50,000, are from official data in the Interior Department. Several of these cities have largely increased since 18G0. None, however, so much as...

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