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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 17 August 1865

THE.DKLY .PH(E NJX. DAlLy PAPEt e10 -A YEAR. "LET OUR JUST CENSURE ATTEND THE TRUE EVENT. ThI-wrELY 87 A TY. 3Y J. A. sLDYa . COLVUIA,'S. C., THURSDAY b[ORNING, AUGUST 17, 1865. * VOL L-NO.11 THE PHON?X IS rUSLOTED DAILY AND TRI-WEEKL T. XHD THU WimV GtSASER BY JTJLIAK A. SELBY. ' TERMS-IN ADVANCE. SUBSCRIPTION. Daily Paper, ?ix montfis.i5 00 Tri-Weekly, " " .S BO Weekly, " " .i 00 Single espies oLthe Daily and Tri-Weekly, 10 ?enta; or the Weekly, 15 cents. APT EUTISEIIE JOTS Inserted tn cither the Daily orTri-Weekly at SI per nqnitre for tho first insertion, and 75 ?ant? for each subsequent insertion. In the Weeklr, $1 a square. ?arSpecial notices 15 cents a linc. Tko filially OT HeS?<?ti?? Use Ol* * Cotton crops. Cotton is not king. That is settled. But for all ftnit, ft is a magnate of the *trery first rank. And it wifl be a most serious mistake not to be^ prompt to ,r recognize it as such, in rms new era. It must hereafter, as before, be the great regul?rer of foreign exchang...

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. — 17 August 1865

COLUMBIA. -.--.av.--- -: rT-, Thursday Morning-, Aug. 17, 1865. I ntl rr "IVUlcli King, Uti/.uniunl Wo give a aeries ol' test questions, which we find submitted to candidates 0 in the Alabama newspapers. These ?questions may cr may not be of im? portance to th?^eopl?. T?nt the ques? tion, first, is whether there isa people ?or not We aie told that the elections are prphounced void in Virginia, by the military authorities, because men who were old secessionists have been elected. : How have, they been elected? Were they not pardoned-did they not-become loyal citizens by the oath '-nave they not been granted terms of citizenship, and wi ?at docs citizenship imply? ls not amnesty a wiping out of old scores? If denice! the rights of citizenship, after taking tho oath, of what import the oath ?md what does j citizenship mean, and what does it ' confer of privilege? And ii.' tho military may supersede thc halbst box j what is auftrago? And if the restunp- ? tion of civil authority is stil...

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. — 17 August 1865

'.rae" 'il*^zac?ty E?aoii;-?:. lif-~3-7rLLE, Aug. 7.-Gsn. Bosesan, the Administration candidate, bas & ?aaiority for Cfngress ia the .Pifth District of 271ST His election is gen-. oral?v conceded. - Lorismzjc, Aug. 8.-The etecti?n ' returns ?o'ine in zlo-iy and ara quita ?mpei-fec?, with tha exe option oi'tho election of r.oc-seau, r\dnd?l and Ter? ry, Trho hsra 'beon s?ect?? Ocagrosq mcn. From the Fifth, eighth ana ?e-7or>th Districts nothing defhatte ha^ bees ascertained. " The .V?uMi. NEV? YORE, Aug. 7.-Cottop. duh and one cent lower. THiisklg- ?2.02: " Cern has advanced two couta. Puce, coffee and su^ar dull. Poris, duh at 37a35V NF.- OEXSAJTS, August 7,-Cotton quiet-200 bales sold ?t42al4 Suga r active-fair to tully iah M>.>. Freights declining, 5%. ' , Nf.y_Yc.KK, Aug.'-S.-Cotton hears at 16: Flour tmctaaged. EicesteadV. Corn ? advanced one. to two cents. Coffee steady. Sugar, .Cubs and Mus covads* 12a'i2>?. Molasses dull. 1 Pork heavy, $Si.oO. Sterling exchang...

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. — 17 August 1865

THC ?lr lug Child. A brook weat dancing on its way, From bank to valley leaning, And by its sonny margin ??y A lovely infant dooping; - The mnnnurpf the pouring stream ?roko not tno spell which bound bim, *4? Like music breathing in his dream, * A lullaby around him. It is a lovely spot to view,- . Within this v.O ld of sorrow, One spot which ut ill retains the hue That earth from heaven may borrow; And such was' this-a scene so fair, Arrayed in summer brightness, And one poor being rested there, One seal Of radiant -whitenest*. What happy dreams, fair child, are given, To cast their sunshine o'er thee? What chord unites thy soul to heaven, Where visions pall before thee? . For wa ottering souls of cloudless mirth, O'er thy fair features beaming, Say not a thought-a form of earth, Alloys thine hour of dreaming! Sleep, lovely babe! for time's cold touch Shall make these visions wither; Youth and dreams which Charm so much, Shall fade and dy together; , Then sleep, wh?o sleep is pure ...

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. — 18 August 1865

TH1E. DA1iL y P IIENJX; DALY PAPER $10 A YBAR. - LET OUR JUST CENSURE ATTEND THE TRUE EVENT." ' TRI-WEEKLY $7 A YEAR. BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C. FRIDAY M)ONING, AUGUST 18, 1863. VOL. 1.-NO. THE PHOENIX ? IS PUBLISHER D A IL Y AND TR I- WEE KL F. AND TSE WEE?ttV. OLETEE 3Y JULIAN A. SELBY. TERMS-IN ADVANCE. 8UB3CHIPTION. Jv Paper, six months.$5 09 i-Weelah, " .? .:5.o0 Feebly. " .'? . 2 00 Single copies of the, D&ilv and Tri-Weekly, 10 cento; ot the Weekly, 15 cents. .U>VF.RTlH?3fENTS Inserted in cither the Daily orTri-Wceklv nt 11 per square, for tho brat " insert ion, ?nd 75 cent) for each subsequent insertion. In thc Weekly, 51 a squn.ro. ' i;tr*Special notices 15 cents a liuo. Imjtdvtant Decidion. The Rights of the United Slates to the Cotton and other Property of Cue late Confederate Authorities in Europe. lu thc. Lecion Court of Chancery, duly 26, before -Vice-chancellor Sir W. P. Wood, the important cane of the United States of America rs. Prioleau vras decided. Th...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 18 August 1865

COLUMBIA. Friday Morning. Aug-. IS- 1865. Tlic ?cat of ?fcc Affection*? dud Da-. Scliwart-i. The Jay begins uiousfcious hotly. Thc steam bath could not, be more pro? lific of caloric. Tho day star smokes again. Tha dog star is raging. Au? gust, is usually, our hottest month ot, Bummer. It seems as if, going out, summer is resolved to make herself .felt in fiery remembrances. Shudder? ing at the prospect of-the day before us. wc are reminded that wc have to make ? grateful acknowledgment that should have boen made s< vorpl days ?ago- We have had a rare gift of icc. It Was Sunday last, we think, when ? dapper Ganymede earn? to our wig? wam, bringing a neat little basket with' a neat 'little napkin over it, and f'-ay-j, lng, with a pleasant Ethiopcau smile, betraying a doitblerow of teeth, white .ts a shark's, and an immense territory of white of eye, "Col. Shiver's com? pliments, sir." . Wind, was in the'bas? ket? Could it be a baby? What do we want with babies in hot weufner- - - ...

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 August 1865

foreign >'cw?. ^ By tho arrival of the Cuba, at Now York, w i havo news' to tho 30th of July, ftrom TCurope. Gen. Breckenridge liad arrived afr Southampton. * - An important question had arisen at Liverpool, a.s to the ownership'of the Confederate Government cotton. The decision was in favor of the United States as the owner; on the ground that when the Government of tlie Confederate States came to ail end, its property became that 01 ?^s succes? sors. The matter i-3 stiii open, how? ever, to discussion.. The friends ci ?Dr. Colon^o have made ujp a purse of. tniroy-three hun? dred guinea? for him, to "make up his ?piseepal income and to tes a ty their atlmiration cf his free axpression of opinion within tho Church of Eng iandt Ho is to go.to Natal. ..Dr. Pritchard was executed at Glas? gow, on the 28th of July. ' Constance Kent is to he transported co Freemantle. West Australia, for the murder of her hulf-brother. The Bank of France exhibits the ...mail increased >!' the cash ...

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 August 1865

Cotton. I was a paltry seed-a worthless weed, lu my o wu laud to scarce a nae decreed; Tnough rich in growth, neglected and de? spised, , . . Ne culture fostcr'd, and no people prized: The stranger came; h?J boro me to hisjiome, A tnousaud leagues across the sale sea loam; , . Then- Loused mc warmly in the rich, dark soil, And called the savage to his prop?r toil; WiUi Sovereign art enforced tho law which said, "By thy own labor shalt thou earn thy " bread" 'Till he. like nie, by art and order driven, Grew bleat, fthrilling the decree of Heaven? He, thc bliild savage, late HO foul aud base, lu the just training of a nobler race. Matured to manhood, with developed pow . ers, That crowns the world with wealth, the watte with flowers, ' Lost all felicity, and soon Became, por toil au expert, and for labor tame! No more thc savage, doom'd to-s.lame and strife, But saved and lifted to superior life; Glad iu his progeny of great increase, And sure of fostering care, and crowu'd with I pea...

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 August 1865

DAILY PAPER $10 A YEAR. LET OUR JUST CEN8URE ATTEND TrE TRUE EENT.". TRI-WEEKTY $7 A YEAR BY J. A. SELBY. COLU2MBIA, S. C., SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 19, 1865. VOL. 1.-NO. 121 THE PHOKLX . IS ?UBLISEXn DAILEY AND. TRI-WEEKL Y \ * AS?>TH5 I Via"/ WEMlESDAT. 3Y JULIAN A. SELBY. TERMS-IN ADVANCE. SUSOOaiPTION. Bcily Pacer, six months.$3 O? Tn-Weekly, " ?c .3 50 Weekly, " " .2 00 Single espies of the Daily and Tri-Weekly, 10 cents; of tho Weekly, 15 cents. ADVERTI?KillNTS Inserted in either the Daily or Tri-Weekly at $1 per square for i .ie ?rat* insertion, and 75 ' cents for each subsequent insertion. In the Weekly, $1 a square. iJSrSpccial notices 15 cents a line. Affik?rs ?ji South Carolina. CIIAELESTON, S. C.. August 5, LS65. 1 The proclamation ol Governor Perry, . aud the general order of Gen. Gil? more ordering "that nil officers und other persons in the United ?States military service, within the limit's of South Carolina, aid .ind assist Gover? nor Perry in carrying into effec...

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 August 1865

COLUMBIA. ? Saturday Morning', Aug-. 19, 1865. Politico-Social Apathy. Assuming that Governor Perry has rightly exercised his authority, in call? ing for an election of members to a Convention, to which it will ho allot? ted to reorganize tho State and for a general revision of thc Constitution, ibo-? it occurs to us that a most pro? found and apathetic imlif?crence pre? vails throughout the State, in regard to this object. . "Whether it is that the effect of thc late revolution in our affairs has had the effect of stunning the popi?ar ndnd-Mvliether it is thad the necessities of the. household and tim individual have put all political objects entirely out of the people's head-or whether ali sympathy with politics, of whatever kind, has been crushed out by. the overthrow .of the fondly entertained political faith of fifty years-it matters not; the fact is, nevertheless, unquestionable, that, so far as we have seen, the public mind takes but ht tie interest in any polities, and exhib...

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 August 1865

litaran y l'abtnc.t Session. WASHIFGTON. August ll.-A long Cabinet waa held to-day, and .report says a rather stormy one. The Pres* ?lent's reconstruction policy is undor sfc?od to have boen discussed in all its length and breadth, and his determi? nation to adhere to it and to carry it ?mt, regardless of opposition or con? sequences, emphatically announced. Arrr.oAcn OF THE CHOLERA.-A Washington despatch of the 12th says: .'The news from .Eur.*?ps which was received itt thu ?State Department yes terd?y seems to dispel all doubt about the steady Westward progress of the cholera. It had reached tibie Island of ?\Ialta rn the Mediterranean Sen, South, of Italy, where it was raging wit?i grea? violence and with terribly fatal etlbet. It Wits also prevailing in the form of the most malignant epidemic at Constantinople, and' it was hourly expected at Odessa, on thc Northern shores of the Black Sea, near the "Cri? mea. There can be no doubt now that this terrible scourge will soon roach 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. — 19 August 1865

[i'Vcm. ?/te A? y ?i sta.Constitutionalist.] Chloris.* 1? PATT. IT. HAWS. What lithe Hie ro~y-i]ushhig West Sleeps sett on ?so and dingle, / Wherein hie suuse'. shadows rest, Cr rielly float and niingle; 'Wkcn down the dells the wood-dove's nola Thrills in a coonee tender, ' * .iind ??very rare, etherin 1 mote Tiros to a winged splendor: Jttit cs thc mystic . loud-lauds ope J-'ar up their simpbirc port.il, F'-ir as the fairest dream of Hope, Half Godden ar.1 half mortal, . L see that lovclv Genius rise, That Child of OrJent trances, On whose blight ff e the glory hes Of far Hellenic j uciee; Chloris, beneath whose* procr?ant tread All earth yields np her sweetnoss, The violet's scent, : ne rose's red, The dahlia's orbed completeness. And verdures on .ike myriad hills, The breath of ber pure duty Hath nursed to life by spa:kling rills. And fchafed aoo?;3 ol beauty: Till bloom, and ecler, blush and song So dil earth's radiant abaces, The fading touch of sin. or wrong Leaves ?lad the w...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 21 August 1865

THE DAILY m i'HOM.X. DAILY PAPER #10 A YEAR. 4 "LET.OUR JUST CENSURE ATTEND THE TRUE EVENT." " TRI-WEEKLY* $7 A YEAR. BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 21, 1865. VOL. ?-NO. 122"A ---.-.i_, ,-, ,---5-:-^ riATTTT^ nTTrr^^TT-sr i .. JL XXX\i X?VlliI\ ?A_ IS PUHLIRHED DAT!, y AND TR I- WEEK L T. ANDTHE WEEKLY GLEAKEB EV?IKT WRDNESDAT. BY JULIAN A. SELBY. . T E R MS-J N A D V A N C E. SUBSCIHPTIOK." Dailv Papcri six months.SS 00 Tri-Woeklv, " .3 50 Weekly, " " .*.. .2 00 Single copies of the Daily and Tri-Weekly, 10* cents; of the Weekly, 15 cents'. ADVtEVIfrEMENTS < Insert:- d in either the Daily or Tri-Wceklv at SI per square for the lirat* insertion, and 75 cents for&eh subsequent insertion. In thc Woekjy, $T a squajre. ira "Special notices 13 cents a line. Incidents or tHe Voyage to the Tor tn gai. In the course of a pleasant conver? sation with Capt. George W. Dutton, Company C, l'Jth Regiment Veteran Kcaerve Corps, who lias just returned from the Dry To...

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 August 1865

COLUMBIA. Monday Morning, Aug. 21, 186 Education in the South. Tlie effect of -the late war of fo years, which, ia the Southern" Stat? dragged ruthlessly m to the field ?i the able-bodied men between eighte? and forty-five-nay between sixtec and sixty-has been'disastrously fe] and the greater evil is yet to be d veloped, in the deuial of education : . the youth of t?p country. All tho designed for the professions, betwec the ages of sixteen and twenty-on arc especially the losers; since, in a? ditiou to the loss of four valuab] ... years' of study, must be considered tl evils of those desultory habits", < mind and body, which are so**$t?ig< nist to all methodical efforts' or "an lund, and which army life necessaril engenders. The whole body of on people now labor under a painfi mental wares/, which will need th sternest exercise of will and moral t restrain and regulate. Those, wh were in the war are especially the vi< tims of this sort of unrest; and it wi] be well i.' the...

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 August 1865

RAILROADS. -One of our most press? ing wants at this moment is the re? establishment of our Raillt?ad com? munications. Just now it is easier to go from Augusta North pm?Atlaifta, Chattanooga, Nashville, and Louis? ville, or from Winnsboro, in our State, ria Charlotte, Greensboro, Danville and Richmond, to the same point, than it is for a person to reach our city from those places. While tins position is r*\o:*t unfortunate for 'us, and for the moment was unavoid? able, it should not be allowed to con? tinue a day longer than can possibly be avoided. Whatever energy and the meaja? at our command can effect, shttuld be promptly and untiringly aj - plied"lo Cue speedy completion of the railroads without too closely counting I he cc ?st. The South? Carolina Railroad ft? our main artery; upon it this city is largely ctepe;ideut for it:; prosperity, and its quid: restoration io ajtgooti working condition cannot be to?) urgently pressed. Each passenger :ind every package of freight that p...

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 August 1865

Thc Sum aro in I he Quiet Deep. I. The stars are in the quiet deep, A thousand saintly e*cs of light, Street -watchers of thy maiden ?loep, That bring thee visions thro'thc night; For not a breath that s?reeps the skies, With tones that take thc gentle ear, But from some holy mansion flics. To soothe the dream of one so dear. Silent, as through Arches of blue, * Darts the bright meteor gleaming and gone, So do they rise ? Bright in the skies Blessing for angela what mortals have won. ? Commissioned by a Power Divine, * Thus Love asserts an anpcl sway, And blessings, for thv heart, from mine, Even now are speeding on their way: The sacred priuciplo of thing?, In all we know, that Hcavcu.makes fair, Mav well command a thousand wings To waft and hallow Love's own prayer. Softly as goes Dew to the rose, Bearing the precious balma gatlaiiod above, So do they 1 >car, Blessing.and prayer, Cheering thc: happy heart, chosen of Love! r \ EDGAR. Extraordinary Domestic Complica? tion. t One ...

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 August 1865

THE PHOMX. "DAILY PAPER $K) A YEAR "LET OUR JUST CENSURE A TTEND THE TRUE EVENT." , TRI-WEEKLY $7 A YEAR. BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., TUESDAY MORNING-, AUGUST 22, 1865. VOL. 1.-NO. 12^ THE PHONIX . LS PUBLISHED ' . J) A IL Y AND TR I- WEE KL Y. , AND TIIK WEEKtV OlE&ttEK EVERY WEDNESDAY. BY JULIAN A. SEI BY. TER MS-IN A D V A N G E. suBaontPTioN. Dailv Paper, six months.$5 00 Tri-Weeklv, " ..$50 "Weekly, " " " .2 00 Single copies of thc Daily and Tri-Weekly, 10 cents; of the Weekly, 15 cents. ADVEUTISEMENTS Inserti.d in either the Daily or Tri-Woekly at SI per square for the tirst insertion, and 75 cents for each subsequent insertion. In the Weekly, $1 a square. ?K'-?-Special notices 15 cents a line. The Futuro of thc Sooth. MK. EDITOK: The present utter pros? tration of thc South, thc result of the great revolution through which she has just passed, and the radical change in her affairs, especially in thc matter of labor, cause most persons., to look to the future with glo...

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 August 1865

COLUMBIA Tuesday Morning, Aug. 22. 1865. The Moral of-King Cotton. We give place in the Phoenix, of this day, to au essay, by an intelligent correspondent, to some of whose opi? nions we must enter a passing protest. It is well that, he should teach from tho text "NU desperandum"-perfectly proper that we should all encourage a cheerful resignation to the inevitable 011 the part of our people. Despair is a cowardly sort of refuge from misfor? tune-a sort of moral suicide, which disgraces manhood. Om* correspond? ent wisely counsels against such equal cowardice and folly. And he is right in counselling a prompt alteration in our home policy and economy as a people. Wo have already urged re? peatedly upon our readers the substi? tution of the farming or thorough til? lage policy for the more slovenly staple culture-the slovenliness being due equally to the use of negro labor and the .carelessness of the planter. We counselled, besides, the diversification of 'oar industry, urging the i...

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 August 1865

Mr. Secretary McCulIoeh bas re? cently furnished a statement of the national debt, as it stood lnteen days ago. The amount then outstanding was $2,757,253,275. The debt bear? ing interest in coin is $1,108,622,641; on which the" interest is $64,521,837. The debt bearing interest in lawful money is $1,289,156,545, on which the interest is 874,740,630. The debt on which interest has ceased is $1, 527,120. The debt bearing no inte? rest is $357,906,069. The total inte? rest, both in coin and lawful money, is $139,262,468. The number of legal tender notes in circulation is $685, 236,269. The amount of fractional currency is $25,750,000. The amount of coin in the Treasury is $75,338,000. Total amount of coin and currency in the Treasury $116,739,632. Stupendous as this debt appears, there is nothing in its proportions to occasion apprehensions of cither pos? sible or -probable repudiation, if prompt and energetic steps could be taken to reduce our national expendi? tures. Of thc 1,000,00...

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 August 1865

.fm a^mammmmmm.mom im, nij..i w M?30ELLAKTY, Delicate Inquiries, I. Dost thou, in visions of the night, dcat Love, t . Even in its darkest midnight, dream of mer ' Fancyonrforms through every well-known grove, Pursuing paths in dayliglit scarce so free! Dost thou not. thus lind midnight hours grow bright, Taste joys that make our hope of joy complete; . And in the vagrant'visions of the night, Oh! tell nie, dearest, are our kisses sweet? ? . n. Vye have our joys by daylight, that is true; Put did not visions of thc night arise, . Gladding with?raptures that we never knew, Life*-giving raptures, blessings from the . skies," How empty were earth's "pleasure told thrice over! Ah! for the dreaming hour, and then to meet, "With the fond phantom of -thy eager lover? Sav, tell me, dearest, are ourlasses sweet? _^ EDGAH. J From Chambers' Ed'iiiylu -g Journal.] TTTK WIFE'S SECRTiT". If I pride myself upon any mental ?oiiflowmeat whatever, it is upon that liumble tine of common sense. I live ...

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