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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 14 February 1866

. *** err otr k jr*-? <rvj. THE DAILY Daily Paper $10 a Year "Let our Just Censure PHOKIX. Attend the True Event." BY JULIAN A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING* FEBRUARY 14, 1866. Tri-Weekly $7 a Year. VOLUME T_,\rr? 9*** THE PHOENIX, PUBLISH I'D DAILY AMD Tni-WEEKJ.Y, rm GLEANER, KVKHY WEDNESDAY MORNING, BY JULIAN A. SEL3Y. STATE PRINTER. TERMSr-W ADVANCE. > . SUBSCRIPTION. Daily Paper, six months.$5 00 Tri-weekly. " " .:$ 50 Weekly, . : " " .2 00 ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted at 75 cents per square for the first insertion? and 50 cents for each subsequent. Weekly 75 cents each insertion. SSf Special notice's 10 cents a line. AGENTS. Thomas P. Slider, Charleston. H. L. Darr, Sumter. S. P. Kinard, Newherrv. Samuel Drouthitt, Greenville C. IT. Wm. Mooro, Abbeville C. H. Julius Poppe, Anderson C. II. .Counting House Calendar for 18GG. Another Speech from President John? son. A delegation from Montana Terri? tory waited upop., and made an ad? dress to, the Presi3ent on Wednes...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 14 February 1866

COLUMBIA. Wednr?day Morning, Feb. 14, 1886. Th? Situation. Wo publish this morning, in addi? tion to the speech we published yes? terday, the President's address to a delegation from Montana Territory. In these addresses there is no room for mistake. The President, as tho Richmond DixpatcJi observes, speaks so pat and-plain to the faotions de? monstration in Congress that it might be pronounced tlie Epistle of Andrew to Thaddeus. Thaddeus would have had Andrew's head in a charger; but this epistle banishes thc "vain thought." L. We recommend the speeches to our readers. The President rises in dig? nity , as $ie ^displays, the attributes -vfbtetvbofifc- hun for ilie storm that howls nronnd him. In all history, it is shown that miserable political trick? sters, engaged in hatching troubled and strife for their country, always cower and fall before the force of manly courage and determination. The moment plotters of mischief are bravely and firmly met where they had hoped to inspire ap...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 14 February 1866

* From Washington. WASHINGTON, February 12_No business waa transacted in Congress to-day. It being tba birth-day of the late President Linco|li, tho Hon. George Bancroft deliver? ed an address on his memory, in the pre? sence of a highly distinguished audience. Tho war of tho roses has already begun. Since the demonstration at the White House,, .on. Wednesday, the radicals claim that they are the r?a? Administration par? ty, and that the President has apostatized. They hope to maintain a majority in Con? gress, and thus paralyze the reconstruc? tion efforts of Provident Johnson. They denounce his speeches of Wednesday aa a premature veto of their favorite bille. President Johnson is inflexible. He has ..vlready prepared a proclamation declaring the war ended and the Union : restored, with civil Government in aH tho insurrec? tionary States. ~ ja . The selection ot a homogeneous Cabinet and subordinate appointments will follow the' proclamation. President Johnson in? tend* to carry ....

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 14 February 1866

Titer* Come? ? Time. There comeB * lime when wo grow old, And like a son-set down the sea, Slope gradual, and the night winds cold, Cmiio whispering sad and chillingly; And locks aro gray As winter day. And c /cs of saddest blue behold The'leaves all weary drift away, Tho hps of faded coral say, Thero comes a time when we grow old, There comes a time when joyous hearts, Which leaped as leaps tho laughing main, Are dead to all eave memory, A prisoner m Ids dungeon chain; And dawn of day Bath passed away. Tlio noon bath in darkness wiled, And hy the embers wah and gray, 1 hear a voice in whisper say, There comes a time when we grow old, There comes a time when manhood's prime, Is shrouded in the mist of years, And beauty, fading like a dream, Hath passed away in silken tears; And then how dark, But, oh, tho spark, That kindled youth to hues of gold, Still burns with dear and steady ray. And fond affections, lingering, say. There comes a time when wo grow old. There comes a time when l...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 15 February 1866

THE DAILY Baily Paper $10 a Year "Let oar Jest Censure PHO??IX. ? : i Attend the True Event." Tri-Weekly $7 a Year. BY JULIAN A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., THURSDAY" MORNING, FEBRUARY? 15, 1866. VOLUME I-NO. 274L THE PHONIX, PUBLISHED DAILY AND TKI-WEEKLY, rm GLMNIR, EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, BY JULIAN A. SELBY. 8TATE PRINTER. TERMS-m ADVANCE. ... . SUBSCRIPTION. D?ily_Paper, six months.$5 00 Tri-Weeklv, a " .3 50 Weekly, ....*? " .2 0? ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted at 75 cents per square for the first insertion, and 50 cents for each subsequent. Weekly 75 cents each insertion. BS" Special notices 10 cents a line. AGENTS. Thomas P. Slider, Charleston. H. L. Darr, Sumter. S. P. Kinard, Newberry. Samuel Drouthitt, Greenville C. H. Wm. Moore, Abbeville C. H. Juhas Poppe, Anderson C. U. TEXAS.-D. G. Burnet, ex-Presi? dent of the former republic of Texas, has published a notice calling upon nil who have been victims of the op? pression of the Freedmen's Burean in that State to forward the evidence...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 15 February 1866

COLUMBIA. Thnraday Morning, Febrnary 15,1866 Thc Real IMUC. The Southern States "hitely in re? bellion" lost by the results of the war about two thousand millions in slave property alone. Their other losses cannot be set down at much les.-*, making a total loss bf nearly four thousand. millions of dollars. One would suppose .that, this were suffi? cient to appease the anger of the men at the North who are trying still far? ther to persecute ns. As they feel keenly tho loss of property, their hearts ought to be touched by our losses; and yet a spirit contrariwise is exhibited by them. The lack of memory or logic ex? hibited by those people is amazing. For example, they haye declared, end continue to declare, that the war was set on foot by some 300,000 slave? holders, whom they call aristocrate that all the rest of our white people -some 6,000,000 or 7,000,000-were innocent and dragged into the "rebel? lion" by force of atnecessity which they contd not resist. One would suppose that ...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 15 February 1866

By Te?egrapli. Til? State Convention in Texas. AUSTIN, TEXAS," February 8.-.The'Con vention organized -to-day, and vf iii incor? porate into the new Constitution tho tot -.1 abolition of slavery, and give negroes tne right to testify in all courts, hold property, sue and be "Sued, ?VC. The Convention is divided between original secessionists and straight-out Union men. Some members are in favor of negro suffrage. The Presi deat of the Convention voted against se? cession in the last Convention, but was subsequently an officer in the Confederate army._ Congressional Sens. WASHINGTON-, February 18.-In the United States Senate, to-day. Senator "Wil? son, of Massachusetts, Chairman of the Mihtary Committee, reported the bill fixing the peace establishment of the army, with amendments; it omits the Veteran Reserve Corps, consisting of eighteen regiments, which were provided for originally. The discussion was then resumed on thc con? stitutional am end i? ?nt as reg?-rd? r?pre-; setit&...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 15 February 1866

MUPPET ITIAJTY What will our Poor ?Iris Do! ni A VICTIM. Alas! alas! for us poor girl?. Tho times aro all amiss, We siKh and sigh, and twist our cnrls, And hope for that and this Our mamma's seek to keep the stylo, While papa growls "pooh-pooh " \nd we're the victims all the wh?o. What will us poor girls do? The fashions change both night and day, By which we're sorely vexed, What's ton just now soon fades away, I wonder what's the next? Thc "Bloomers" were forsaken all, And next the "long trail," too, And now down goes the "Waterfall." What will us poor girls do? I tall yon what in ? singlo word, We'll seek our recompenso, We'll vote such humbugs all ahsnrb. And st ick to common sense. To what is good let ns adhere," To all else bid "adieu," And we will find, both far and near, 'TIS the best we girls can do. He who has made time his friend will have' little to fear from his ene? mies; but he that has made it his enemy will have little to hope for from his friends. - Bank of Hamburg...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 16 February 1866

THE DAILY Daily Paper $10 a Year "Let our Just Censure PHOIIX. Attend the True Event." Tri-Weekly $7 a Year. BY JULIAN A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 16, 1866. VOLUME I-NO. 27|f? THE FHONIX, PUBLISHED DAILY AND TRI-WEEELY, TH1 GLEANS EVRRY WEDNESDAY MORNING, BY JULIAN A. SELBY. STATE PRINTER. TERMS-m ADVANCE. SUBSCRIPTION. Daily Paper, six months.$5 00 Tri-Weeklv, " " .3 50 Weekly, " " .2 00 ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted at 75 cents per square for the first insertion, and 50 cents for each subsequent.. Weekly 75 cents each insertion. *s~ Special notices 10 cents a line. AGENTS. Thomas P. Slider, Charleston. H. L. Darr, Sumter. 8. P. Kinard, Newberry. Samuel Drouthitt, Greenville C. H. Wm. Moore, Abbeville C. H. Julius Poppe, Anderson C. H. , j London Letter. We extract the following paragraph from the London correspondence of the Bichmond Times: In the first part of this week, the European public was looking with unusual interest to hear what the Emperor of the French...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 16 February 1866

COLUMBIA. Friday Morning, Fobrnary 16,1866. " What Ia Our Statua? Wu were forcibly struck with a speech, made the other day in Con? gress; on the present and prospective condition of the country. He must be a man of enlarged ideas, and takes a true conservative position. He says that "the idea of a certain class of politicians confiscating the lauds of the South and parceling them ont among negroes and adventurers-, has for its object the extermination of the present generation of Southern whites, and shows the barbarous animus of that most impractical party." He is right. These men would adopt that same polioy of irritation which was attempted by Elizabeth and James in Ireland; which has been fruitful only of heart burning and discontent to the present hour. It surely is not the true policy of the Government to keep it pressed on the minds of the South that they are subject to a galling yoke. The peo? ple of the South, when they have once given in their adhesion to the Government, ...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 16 February 1866

By T?olof?ir?,x^30L Congreulonal New?. WASHINGTON, February 14.-In the Se? nate, the discussion on tho constitutional amendment on representation was under consideration, but no vote was had. In the House of Representatives, tho contested election was debated. A mes? sage was received from tho President, en? closing a communication from tho French Minister io relation to a proposed interna? tional conference at Ctmstautiuople, on the subject ol cholera. Congress will consider this proposition. SHIP NEAVS. POUT OF CHARLESTON, FEB. 15. A KHI VED YESTERDAY. Bark Linda Stewart, Manzanilla, Cuba. Steamship Alhambra, CroweU, New York. COMMERCIAL AND FINAiC^lAL,. CHARLESTON, February 16.-There was an active demand for cotton, yesterday, at unchanged prices; the sales amounting to 250 bales, at 41(i?42c. for strict middling. NEW YOUR, February 12 -Cotton declin? ing-salee at44@45c. Good qualities flour firm; inferior declining--Southern, $8.75@ ?15.50. Wheat dull. Corn steady. Beef eteadv. ...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 16 February 1866

A:'StotoCtte I*tely <*rerfc??rd In the Lobby or Congre??. . BX PETER PEPPEBCOBN. How many thing* aro there concealed, Through interest and through fee How manv things are there revealed. When women disagree. [A Grain from. Peter's Pepper-box. MMI.V5IK NORTH. . Bavs Madame North to Madame South, 1 think it is a shame, ma'am, That you should be so obstinate Who are alone to blame, ma'am. That I have always been your friend You know bvmuch experience, ma'am. And think how I have lately shown My kindness and forbearance, ma am. It really gives mo trouble, And I say it with regret, ma'am. That after all my love Tor you, y<?0 still should fume and fret, ma'am - You ought, I'm sure, to thank mo For the kindness I have shown, ma'am. And pay my debt and taxes, And repudiate your own, ma'am. I ask you but to take an oath And swear that I am right, ma'am. And believe just as I believe. That black's as good as white, ma'am. Ah, me! how happy you might be, From every danger freed, ma'am, B...

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. — 17 February 1866

THE MILT Daily Paper $10 a Year "Let our Just Censure PHOMX. Attend the True Event." Tri-Weekly $7 a Year. BY JULIAN A. SELBY COLUMBIA, S. C., SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 17, 1866. VOLUME I-NO. 27$> THE PHONIX,! PUBLISHED DULY AND TBI-WEEKLT, I tm 6LMNIR, SVEKY WEDNESDAY MORNING, t BY JULIAN A. SELBY.! STATE PRINTER. TERMS-IN ADVANCE. SUBSCRIPTION. Daily Paper, six months.15 00 Tri-Weekly. " ". 3 50 Weekly, '? " .2 00 ADVEBTISEJIENTS Inserted at 75 cents per square for the ilrst j 'Insertion, and 50 cents for each subsequent. J Weekly 75 cents each insertion. tar Special notices 10 cents a line. AGENTS. Thomas P. Slider, Charleston. H. L, Darr, Sumter. S. P. Kinard, Newberry. Samuel Drouthitt, Greenville C. H. Wm. Moore, Abbeville C. H. Julius Poppe, Anderson C. H. Gen. Butler has just closed negotia-l tions for a valuable mill property on| the James river, near Richmond, in? tending to erect extensive cotton factories. The Qox farm, containing 2,800 acres, through which runs Dutc...

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 February 1866

rites COLUMBIA. Saturday Morning, February 17,1866[ "?OliUMBIA. 1865-Thc Uti* ot February-1860. " Tho return of this flay-thc f?ital| 17th of February-brings with many sad associations-many painfulj memories to the people of Columbia On this morning, in the year 1865, the sun rose upon their city,-in all itel completeness and natural beauty, andf although the sounds of war had been all around us for many hours preced-l ing, yet Columbia stood that morning! in all its fair proportions, one of .the loveliest cities in tte Union. The rising suii of the following day rose upon a mass of smoking ruins, aud a forest of chimnies throughout th entire length of the city. Thousan/lsl of houseless wanderers were seen] scattered all over our streets, our parks and. fields-the whole of tho! worldly possessions left them being] that which they had on their backs For four years we had heard of war wo had read of war-we had suffered some privations and endured some hardships, and many family circle...

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 February 1866

' '-i.?iMiiinrfgnamrnff mumu From Washington. In the Senate, on the 14th, Mr. Fessenden, from the Reconstruction! Committee, reported an amendment! to the Constitution, tb be submitted! to the State Legislatures for ratifica? tion, providing that Congress shall| have power to make all laws which! shall be necessary and proper to! secure to citizens in the several States! equal protection to life, liberty andj property. Mr. Wilson, from the Military Committee, reported the bill to fix the peace establishment of the United States army, with amendments. As reported, it omits the veteran re? serve corps, eighteen regiments of| which were provided for originally. It places the number of infantry re? giments at fif,ty. Discussion was re-| sumed on the Constitutional amend? ment in regard to representation. In the House, Mr. Whaley offered al resolution, which was referred to the| Committee on Foreign Affairs, re? asserting the Monroe doctrine, andi re-declaring the resolution passed at| a...

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 February 1866

The following touching little poein ap? peared some timo ago in tho Mea-opCxitan Jtecord It was written on seeing a regi? ment of paroled Confederate prisoners puss along Broadway, New York, en route for Richmond: Going Home. No flaunting bauners o'er them wave, No arms flash back th? Bun's bright ray. No shouting crowds around them throng. No music cheers them on their way; They're going homo. By adverse fate Compelled their trusty swords to sheath; True soldiers thev. even tho' disarmed Heroes, tho' robbed of victory's wreath. Bravo Southerners! with sorrowing hearts,) We gaze upon them through our tears, And sadly feel how vain were all Their heroic deeds thaough weary years;) Yet 'mid their enemies they move With firm, bold step and dauntless mien; Oh, liberty, irrevery agc, Such have thy chosen champions b*c? Going home! Alas, to them the words Bring visions fraught with gloom andi woe. j Since last tbr~ saw those cherished homes! The legions of the invading foe H ath swept, li...

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 February 1866

THE DAILY Daily Paper $10 a Tear "Let our Just Censure PKEIIX. Attend the True Event. Tri-Weekly $7 a Year. BY JULIAN A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 18, 1866. VOLUME I-NO. 275^ THE PHOXIX, PUBLISH ED DAILY AND TRI-WEEEI.T, EY KU Y WEDNESDAY MORNING, BY JULIAN A. SELBY. STATE PRINTER. TERMS-IN ADVANCE. SUBSCRIPTION. Daily Paper, six month?.$5 00 Tri-Weekly, " " .3 50 Weekly, " " .2 00 ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted at 75 cents per square for the first insertion, and 50 cents for each subsequent. Weekly 75 cents each insertion. SST Special notices 10 cents a line. AGENTS. Thomas P. SUder, Charleston. H. L. Darr, Sumter. 8. P. Kin ard. Newberry.. Samuel Drouthitt, Greenville C. ll. Wm. Moore, Abbeville C. H. Julius Poppe, Anderson C. H. Counting Hon?? Calendar for 1866. i ?0 CO Ju. Feb. I?r. Apr. *J Jo? 1 ?ojn ll! Wy A* Oct. ROT. Dee. MIC WI?, SI Perjury ?.ntl Counterfeiting. The moral nature of a people, like that of an individual, may be changed, for better or for worse...

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 February 1866

COLUMBIA. Sunday Morning, February 18,1866, Oar Out J - T??e painful recollections which we alluded to, yesterday, almost prevents us from saying anything this morn? ing. We must, however, write a few lines. To our young men, we presume to give a word of advice, and we give it knowingly. Get to work, and work with energy and industry to develop our resources; and the rich rewards of peace will be yours. We do not give the advice without experience. Work, woi-k, should be the motto of all now, and only in this way can we hope to retrieve our broken fortunes, and restore o?r.Iormer-prosperity. We cite for' their'encouragement the examples of R. E. Lee, President of a College; Joseph E. Johnston, President of the National Express Company; Gen. Beauregard, Super? intendent of the New Orleans Rail? road; Gen. Wade Hampton, and a dozen "others, who have entered upon agricultural employments. These have all done well, and labor has been dignified by their accession to its duties. Let us no...

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 February 1866

A TOT/OH Corrow GUEE.--The State] of Mississippi, early in thc war, is- J sued treaaury notes, which were ad vanced to planters upon their cotton -the planter certifying that he had so much cotton in his possession un? encumbered, which he pledged to the State for the re-imbursemeht of Ahe advance, giving his bond therefor. By the terms of the law, the Gover? nor was. required, "whenever the present blockade of the ports of the Confederate States shall be removed, " to issue his proclamation calling upon all persons who had received such advances to deliver within ninety days the number of bales of cotton pledged. This Governor Humphreys has done in a proclamation dated the 8th of January, announcing the termination of the blockade, and demanding the delivery of the cotton within ninety days. The press-of Mississippi are divided in opinion as to the propriety of this course of the Governor, and the case is certainly one that presen ts knotty questions. The notes, if is? sued in- aid...

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 February 1866

Brother, SK?11 We Mee? Shall warneet beyond tlii rira. Where the surges cease to rou.' Where in all the bright forever. Sorrow ne'er shall press the sonl? Shall we meet with those departed. Who have bowed beneath death's W*TO? Shall we meet the holy myriads, Who are ransomed from the grave? Shall we moot, shall we meet, Say, brother, shall we meet? Shall we meet in that bright morning. Beyond time's dark, tedious night? Shall we hail its glorious dawning. Scattering sorrow with its light? Shall we meet where all time's shadows To oblivion flee ?way? Shall we meet amid the brightness Of an everlasting day? Shall we meet, shall we meet. Say, brother, shall we meet? Shall wo meet at home, my brother, When our pilgrimage is past? Shall we reach that blessed mansion We so long have sought, at last? Shall we meet beyond the wilderness, Beyond the weary road? Shall' we meet at last in paradise. And in our flesh see God? Shall we meet, shall we meet, Brother, shall we meet? Shall we meet in...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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