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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 11 April 1865

COLUMBIA. Tuesday Morning, April ll, 1.865. The New State Capitol. The new State Capitol-presented a very con? spicuous mark 1o thc enenry's cannon on Lox? ing heights, yet fortunately sustained but little . iajury-?one, indeed, which cannot be easily r*paire~d. Five shots Etruck tho front, yet nor.? ef them did any serious d aaa* go, except one. This shattered the ornamented sill and ballus tera of ono ?f the corridors of the principal floor. Another shell iajurecl a fluted column on the centre projection. Two s,hots hit the . interior ?f the brick arch over tho Eastern front centre window, and two otlipr shot? struck and slightly scaled off the granite jamb division of the same treble centre wintlow in the East ern. frontt When'in possession" the' barbarian! ?%ried, in a petty manner, to deface and defile a; mitch as they could. They wrote, their name. in pencil on~the marble, as ambitious ol' disliie tion in malice as Mawworm was in humility - - giving their companies and regimen...

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. — 11 April 1865

Toife?rapliic - J B.HPORT3 OF* ?RESS ASSOCIATION. t.?.. I_J _ . f . /. .- . j I. ? T*\. . ^?fc>' f tu ur;(:n/ (u/17 ty .'ia ff ouHl/T eflff, irt l?K J(.ui i 1803* by J". 5. Thrasher, ia thc Clerk's O?ce of thi District Court of thc Confederate States J'o r the Northern District of Georgia. Interesting from? Virginia. LEE AID WOT Fpffifi DAILY! Rumored ifpeacfi Recognition/ Y A. SK KISS CS EASY ABOUT. A FOREIGN WAU. I DAN'VIM.I:, April 9.-Gen. Lee hns moved te the vicinity.ol" FarinvUlo,-followed by Grant-| ligating daily. .There was heavy fighting .on Thursday; no particulars. The. enemy have established a hospital at the Junction,_where tuero is a large number of their wounded. Xheir loss w;v* very.heavy in the late tights They are not approaching this way on the line ot ibo Richmond'and Danville Railroad, com - j uiuntcatton being still open to Keyaville. A wounded soldier, who escaped from the enemy, says they are uneasy about a foreign war. It is reported that a courier from ...

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. — 11 April 1865

[Original.] Extract from ara Unpublished Poem. Ia drunken Mongreb'a,*.a warning behoid! A l?ssou not lost on wise Sparta of old, I n "Lincoln the Liftle," as well VQU may s?e? How strong and how weak a tyrant may be. Of f~"*tics, - tool, that they use and despise, Who the negro's black wool have-pull'd over bis eyes1. Themselves, cunning madmen, whose cureless r_i usan i ty, ~. . g Thc strange forra has aseuui'd of a truculent humanity; J, 1 u daughter, and plunder, and murder delights, Their war-cry, "The negrol- his freedom and rights." ' . (\ With Ate by their side, the dire crusade they wage-' ? Tho "black flag" would wave-spare not youth, sex or age. The ned oap of freedom they push and they \ amby trying to fit it on Sambo's thick ?kuli. In martial array; make him strut like a Zany, Or like wet Turkey staud in weather that's rainy. * ' ' "Vv i th bayonet and sword, prick him on to the And well shelter'd behiud bira, siug out, "AU is rvrht!" A gooir Yank bargain, such Substitut...

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. — 12 April 1865

?aily Paper $20 a Month. ) # "Let our just censure . j Tri-Weekly $10 a Month. Payable in Advance. J- Attend-the (rue event."-Shakfpcare. } Payable ut Advance. S J??A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C;, WBDNES?AY, APRIL 12,1866. VOL. l.^N0.-12. THE COLUMBIA PHONIX I? PUBLISHED DAILY AND TM-WEEKLY, BY JULIAN A. S?LBT. . ? T The Dailv is iesu?d'every morning, except Sunday, at $20 a month. "Tri"-"Weekly", Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday,.nt $10 a month, inva? riably in advance. Single copies $1. " Advertisements inserted at $6-per square (ten lines) for each insertion. THE COLUMBIA PHGHN1X. . " run usnED * DAIL Y IA NU Tl! J- WJOiXL I ' TBS uedej-signed bega to inform the'citizer.f of Columbia and of tlie Sta ley. of ?outr. ' - Carolina at ?la. ge, that he has con.mei ce?! th? tfsWZji publication of the COLUMBIA PBCDCJX. -and trmts that this additional conti ihuUo-n tc the sourc?j?of public bit? icc?, wi!! bess grate fol to hisTeaders, as he trusts to make it vain able-both to them and to himself...

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. — 12 April 1865

Wednesday Momfaft April 13,1868. * Woodland?. Sundry mistakes and ttj?-?tate"?eBt-f .having been mada in respect to the destruction of "Woodlanda," the plantation and.country seat jof W. Gilmore Simms, a-fcrief account of the real "facts may be proper- The particulars ire gather from a letter written to the author, by Mrs..H. Pinckney, a lady who; with her family? a friend and two children, occupied the dwell? ing during his absence; and partly from circum? stantial detaila . furnished subsequently from other and trustworthy sources. When the enemy beached thc neighborhood, Mrs. P. ad? dressed a letter te^?en. Blair, requesting* pro ( te ct ion for the dwelling and^brary, and. sug? gesting the enormity jot the crime which contd destroy .booka, especially such a collection-! some ten thousand volumes-made with great, care, during a period of forty? years, and con? stituting, perhaps, th? moat valuable library, to. a literary man, to be found in the Confederacy Before an answer could ...

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. — 12 April 1865

?iooal ?^tc^ms The effite'of the Oohembia PHten?c t&on G ^ t es street, seeond door, from Plain. CAUSES O? THE^ FIR* IN . CottJHBia.-Wo liare haJ^i variety of causes suggested for the firing in Columbia, either by the^Yankeaa themselves or their Southern sympathizers. Some of thesa hive b'?3a simply stupid, some dishonest, and ai! 111 je. We have elsewhere commented 6n these various malsones, and we have endeavor e 1 u> supply the true. history. 3ut yea?er dny, a scrap of paper was put into our hands,' purporting to bc written by a Yankee officer, l.i wiiich he suggests another clue, as silly as tho nn?at that have gone before. It is without signature, and shows tba writer to have bad but little familiarity with the schoolmaster, except, possibly, at the tale of a cat. We pub? lish rerbatbn et literatim: w ' "The eau* of tbk fiar i* fr?un the catts of the i. carment of Col. Hay and Lieut, Adams, since they have bookin this Icwu. Yors, with re spec." (No signature.')? Now, who...

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. — 12 April 1865

* ~. - . fOr?gin?L j*" ' Th? Storm Petrel. . - Thou little bird, that d wollest ou the c?sep, And still around us takest tfcy mournfcl way, ] Thou hast a purpose ia the dreary play Which thou dost keep. Woud'ring, we aak thee wherefore thou ahouldst | .) roam, - * C. ? And idly, ignorant of Thy natural powers; . Thy needs, which still our fancy shapes lik e ours, ' Which l?bg for home! Thy nature finds thy home upon the seas, Still vagrant and a wanderer; thia thy choice; And that which seems to us thy plaining voice, Declarea thy ease. "Whig for wide range-an aye ff ".esert space; A passion for the salt and storr/ ' deep: ' The impatient love of changa tnat nelda no j ?sleep, Ever ia chase. Pursuing insignificant bootiesb prey, Still ou the incessant, never-wearied wing, And witli the cry, as of some tortured thing, That hastes away. I Ieee, while we speed, a thousand miles from ! land, ^ . No jutting rook lends respite to thy flight; No lonely iilet, at the coming night, Thy nest ...

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. — 13 April 1865

Daily Paper $20 a Month. i "Let our just censura * * j Tri-Weekly $10 a Month Payable ia Advance. f . Attend the true eveu?."-Shal?f>eare. \ Payable in Advance. BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., THURSDAY. APRIL ?3, 1565. VOL. I.-Ku. l?. t THE COLUMBIA. PHON1X IS rCBUMIEV DAll.Y AM) TRJ-WKIXI.V.' _ BY JULIAN A . S $ L BT? _____ ?*? The Daily is issued every norning, oxeept Saaday, at $20 a month. Tri-Wet-hh. Tuesday. Thursday aod Saturday, at $ 10 a mom h, mm-, riably in advance. Single copies $1. .Advertisements inserted at $5 per square (ten ines) for each insertion. JTXST ?LSC?r^iT ' ann FOR SALS AT fl. SOLOMON'S STOKE,; Q/\rv LBS. prime LARD. OUU BACON, FLOUR, MEAL and.MO- ? LASSES. . . April ll_3 ; WET ??C?TV?D ON CONSI?NMEI?T 4NP FOR BAU BT TT. SOSMOMOSST. TWO HUNDRED pair COTTON CA RI'H. 600 lbs. fine SMOKING TOBACCO. 26 boxes fine CHEWING " y April ll ' . _ g A Cfard, THE subscriber having returned lo the city, will resume the Auction and Commission burmese, andi would resp...

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. — 13 April 1865

* . ~n ' ? ' . ' . -. _ ._' ~ ~~ ! Thursday Morning, April 13, 1866. i TB_B_C_"~ I **T ~"~-"~~ - ? - - ? 1 ? " - Mis. Ringgold in Savannah?. The Savannah ScpviUian contains the fol? lowing precious morceau, upon whichswe need acaree pase.any comment. What sort of per? secution the good lady refere to-if,' indeed, she is responsible for.this paragraph-it is dif? ficult to divine. Persecution, indeed! . As if the good people of Columbia, in the struggle, after daily porridge and pottage, have_time to think bf their neighbors' virtues at all.. Even Saanjfag ia at an end, and when folks meet, the' talk ia of the how, the when end the- where of the next- d ay's dinnei : Among the ladies who arrived her? j'esterday waa Mrs. Colonel Ringgold of Columbia, widow of Colonel Riuggold, a native of Charleston, 'who died in San Francisco about six months ~ since. Mrs. Ringgold states that Gen. Sherman, upon occupying Columbia, treated the eitizens . with great kindnesa, and'tock every precaution ...

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. — 13 April 1865

Tele?rapliio - RBPORTS ' OF^PRESS ASSOCIATION. ffnicredaecording to Act of Congres*, in the Year J . 1868, 'hg J. S. 'Thrasher, in the Clerk's Office of \ *~ tfte Di* trief Cour lof the Confederate Statet for the Northern District of Georgia . Affairs in the South ?nd Weit. AUGUSTA, April ll.-Lato dates from Mont ginnery-and dfcumlua represent .those places1 ns being strongly fortified.' Negroes hare been impressed in Montgomery' to carry the cotton irr thc outskirts for buruiug, if necessary. The boys ii) Montgomery have been organised and anno!, ant) promise to do good service. The people continue to Trio ve their slaves and vain, ables; Many able-bodied i?en leftdisgraqefully and cowardly, though many citizens have ai.msed and are acting as if determined to- de \ t. nd ' the City; In case of^evaouation, every i ?vj?hiiug Containing colton has been ordered to tm hurm-d. There are more officers and men running from danger* ont of Columbus than any? where in the Confederacy. The off...

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. — 13 April 1865

THE COLUMBiA PHONIX. -- T-? ~ ; r ' {Original.]' **. - What's .Left? On! t hus e^pell'd"from Eden's bowers, Where all was love ?nd ^joy of 3'ore, Shall I agata seek other flowers, And peril all my peace "ojiee mere? Siiiic iu the lure of luscious eyes, Yield to the spell itt muslo's charms, And dream again of Paradise lu woman's love and woman's arms? . V\ ii at tho h er sm iie be beaming .bright, "And soft lier voice as music's own, " The soul once reft of loving light, Kuet make its weary way alone. ThS1 victim long of mocking bowers, . *Jt W li ?re wo was through illusion taught, ' . He weil may dread lest other flowers Shall sting with thorns he never sought Wha, with bis memories of the past, In midnight hours, a mournful throng, t. But trembles lest tho trumpet's blast . ' Succeed the s wee test spells of song!. Who, .with each, srfibsidingr strain, But feels some memory* keen and sharp? Nor hears anew the shriek Of pain, " lu all the pauser^of the harp.. Difficulties. ?v^ry m...

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. — 14 April 1865

Dalry Papar $20 a Month. ) Payable in Advance. ' J BY J. A. SELB*. ? ii I I HI y Tri-Weekiy ?IO a Monta. . ( Payable ia Advance* '*? "Let our jost censure Attend ll.e trae event."-~-ghak*prarJ>.' COLOMBIA, a," ?tUXD?t, AP?TX % 1865. V(KL I-NO, 14. THE COLUMBIA PHOENIX BY JULIAN A. SELBY-! . _ i Tu? Daily is issued every norning, except Sunday, at $20 a month. Tri-Weekly, Tuesday, 1 Thursday and Saturday, at $10?a month, inva? riably in advance. Single copies $1. Advertisements inserted at $5 per square (ten lines) for each insertion. A Card. " P, IWILL enntinne to attend to asl es of FURN 1 TUBE, MEBCHAKpiZE^ BEAL ESTAIT, and STOCKS, at Private Sale and at Auction. Liberal advanees made opon all articles sent to ma for sate. For the present, apply st my residence, Bridge street. - e , J ' ' Orders left with Mr. D. C. PEIXOTTO, at Mr. Walter's residence, next to Shiver House, -will be promptly attended to. ' . A?rii g FRANCIS LANCE. Good Gar den Spot for Bent i F'OR a fair proport...

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. — 14 April 1865

Friday MoraiMft ^PT? 14, iW?. *? M/Uor John. R- Nfornae?. Thia gentleman, the highly ?bl? Stat? Archi tect, is one of those sufferers, at the bands of| the Yankees. In a professional aa well as^ pecu? niary way, whose losses are, in a larga measure, public as well aa private; since the scientific library, the models, designs and-'nrplenaen^Pbf j an architect, are conrea? nf ??52 mor; . fermai; or. and intelligence, to -jrhieb all students have need to i--psir at season?. And it-'ja not easy to replace such collections as accumulate during a term of years in the hands of the professe 1-* difficult at any period-impossible at the pre ' sent.' Major Kiernsee, being up to the last mo? ment engagfd in the erection of the mitifica tiona around Columbia, had neither the lime j . nor the opportunity for th? removal of any .thing from bia office, nor, indeed, could Imw . pertation'be had in those hours of general con fusion. Bis office, being his studio nico-nay. " his professional home-ha h...

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. — 14 April 1865

' "'J"11 ">.IM fi. - ttogsss thea Mapsessari, ?or rtHwr stol**, in OM District, ?re e<tnt to market sst another, wh?? they aro toa apt to find greedy salo, and'no questions asked! Tora "to pieces by the ensyiy -?eft ?lmo*t destitute-shorn of ?took, provi ? . siOns and beasts' of burden-to suffer simirar inftiotions ' by those who profess to 4? oar friends, ?seaoagh. lo ,;.drive ?ny people lo de? spair. ' Heaven help us from such savingl No wonder if a population shall be?ome-lukewarm ' in a canse where friend and foe alike make them the victims" of all forma of rapacity and wrong. Let cpr military authorities look to it, and see if these predatory bands ara their cat? tie or not. Wa certainly do dbl need soldiers in places where there ii so* worse enemy than them s??v?*. ."Th?' r?a?ry honest soldier ia. of ecru ra?, nat ic tilia category-be?iy usually at the front. [?irr.n.M. DONATION >-n<4?kie ?-'iasr TKXAS. ' The following correspondence speaks for itsdi Thu handsome d...

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. — 14 April 1865

THE ro^^^g^lX] ?oi l B?eniorie-. J . tr None die, but thd forgotten! 1 le far w li oui ? . Fond tears are shed, prayer/said, ahdj^emprje* glow, 2 Hath wop. assurance of-a life that km>va_: ? Nothing but happiness;. arid hewitt sour, 3 Seeing love constant ever in degrey**. And m th?*munnur*d' pledges of. fond heart*,4*-. That seo bia image everinore, iii stUing Of beet affections kept ! The ttfgia soul, . *? Seeming divorced, yet hawing no divorc?. Makes league with an eternal memory. WMose voice is sleepless, ami wluw? loving *: quest Explores the dark at midnight with a tight, 'Soul-kindled, from within. 1 By this he sees- i And, even aa he see?, he Nears a well known voice, r - I Through the long watched of th e inflexible thought. V . . That tutors him, with fond, le nations care, How beat to keep the memory budding fresh. Each dawning, with bright-flo wo T?; and ife goes forth And seeks a grave, perchance! and there he * . ' wfitea , A well known nara? in flowers;-and o'er t...

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. — 15 April 1865

" M *'? . ? ' * '. I 'I ? I . i i i . i! I ? . . . ? r . . ' ll j . ? T t "Daily Paper $20 a Month. ) * "Let our just ccneare . ? Trf-Weekly $1Q a Month. BSILPavabla in Advance. j Attend tne true event."-Shakspearc. { Payable in Advance. BY i A. SB?BT. C0L1TMB?A, S. C.? SATV?B?T, APftIL 15, 1805. VOL. L-IfO., 16; THE COLUMBIA PHONIX 18 P?BUaHXD DAU-X -AND TM-W EXXLT, BY JULIAN . A.- SB LB Y. Th? Daily is issued ?very morning, except j Sunday, at $2(Tmmonth- Tn-weekly,Tuesday, Tn m ?doy snd Saturday/st $10 a month, inva? riably in advance. Single copies $1. Advertisements inserted at f 5 per square (ten line?) for each insertion. . A Gard. 1 "WILL continue to attend to sales of F?RNI ? 1 TURE, MERCHANDIZE, REAL ESTATE and STOCKS, at Private Sal? ?nd.at Auction. Liberal advances nade upon all article? sent to ^ me' for sale. For the present, apply at my ** residence, Bridge atr*?t. . ? * " Orders left with Mr. D. C. PEIXOTTO, at Mi*. Wal ter" ? residence, next to Shiver House, will be...

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. — 15 April 1865

Saturday Morai DJ, April lt?, 1866. Til* Food Question in Colombia. This is a vital subject now ' among our citi? zens, 1 Amidst all the rumora of strife elsewhere .nd approaching raids, we are brought back, inevitably, et least twice or thrice a day, to the unpcriew necessities at home-(he food for wires sod little ones. On this auTbjeet, moved bythe necessities of the community, our Council has bead extremely busy, always exercised, in deed, as to the wsys and means of providing for the suffering people. By action of lbs. joint Executive Committee, it bas been deaided tu stop tb? present roode of dispensing provisions 'by ratioas, and, instead, to commence, within a few days, os a different system. It is deemed to ??// provisions, by weight or measure, at ii stipulated pri?e, according to the quality-of the article and /.> ces*. This plan, we believe. Will gire mere general satisfaction to consumers and to fae people at large. There wi il be, how? ] ever, s ^particular dispensa...

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. — 15 April 1865

-' - ' " j ?j . . SJ ? . L_r_JilL_-.-_-_J_ Ijooal Item?. W? a?-e indebted to Col Radier end Mr. W. T. Walter for late Angosta papers. DOXMTIG Hx!TTS.-*-The season is at hand for presorrtng ?fruits and vegetables, for making vinegar nu d pickles ont of vegetables generally, and wines or^hrandies out of fruits and berries. ' You may preserve nearly all the vegetables in cana, b?tales or jara It requires only pains taking to ^resarce them. Okra, ont, dried and kept fittm in eec ts, will last yon through che next winter. So will tomato, as a vegetable and as catsup. Boil well for both, strain forth? latter. . lill your v esi J s to the brine, ?ark tightly, s?al with. ro*in, and turu the vessels Upside down. Cherry ?nd blackberry and raspberry wines or brandies are better beverages, than "bald face,' ' "rot gut," or any of the abominations which are sold, te thc. disorder of th? intestines and the derangement of the brain. Fill a demijohn with cherries, cover with the simplest eornA whis...

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. — 15 April 1865

H 'III I I.I I ' THE COLUMBIA PHONIX. Batterfly bless'd iu a bright oapriee. The worm forget ja the wing that hoon; . 'Tie certain thoa seek'st not tile golden fleece, Since Zephyr alone thy shallop steers. Wei], if thus aecking the sweets of floywers, The hunger of heart and soul ba fed; Well, if the sUo still gild thy bowers. When some of the gold, of thy wing ia abed. Canal and dance in thy wanton -Guaso, Conscious alone Of a gilded wing Of tho worshippidg insects that idly praise,. ~ Of the wanton fi oct s that eirelling sing. . A darker d ?y and a doom ia ours. The toils Of care, and the thought that glows, With the conscious use.of a thousand powers, That work and struggle 'gainst human woes. -GOETHE. War Amenities of Other timas. A writer in Blackwood some years ago -remarked, let your proceeding toward an enemy in battle be as-sharp bot as polish? ed as your sword. In battle it ia the duty of each party to kill, capture and disable ?a many of the. enemy as possible. When a m...

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. — 17 April 1865

wm m Daily Paper $20 a Month, i SI Payable tai Advance. { "* "Let oar ja?t censure Attend the trae event."-Shakapeare. BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA. S C., MONDAY, APSIL 17, 1866. i Tri-W#eklj $10 a Moath. f Payable in Advance. VOL. 1.-HO. 16. THE COLUMBIA PHONIX IS Wiwin DAILY ?ND TKI-WEIXO.T, BY J U LI A if A. SEL BT. Th? Daily, i* issued every maning, except *a*??y, ai $30 a month. Tn-Weekly, Tuesday, Thwrslsy Saturday, at $10.a month, inv? ?;?==y i? Tr?nw!. Singlo copias $1. M?sTfiiemiata inserted ss. $5 per square (ten line?) for sask, iaoartion. Proclamation. IT. J. GOOD Wyn", Mayor of tbs city of ? Oslumbia, 8. C.. oall earnestly upon the sill-as te a<r? tkenranicipel adtnoritisa ia th?; M sa* a sl issi of order, peace and law. The MTS"sa eds sad presided for their maintenance will ho strictly enforced. It is, therefor?, esr ?4aily ts j-Iel that shy sad every eneroack saent ho pOMBftly reported to the proper . siaeeea. di . is a soweto of deep regret to th? evocative that a lax...

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