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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 17 April 1865

Mona?y MoraiBff, April 11, 1S61. ZS'''- ' Situationof Affair* : Clothing very -%ert*rn upon the sTtuntion of affaira within our precincts. We ara told of 'gun .beata, or boat ev lion g the Conga rec, aa far up as Fort Hotte. The doubt is whether they can get farth?'r.-or whether they will find it profitable, to make tbs .attempt. There ia very little plaoder left fer the Yankees, and perhaps less forage, whether for man er beast, on any nearer approach to Columbia. - We take for j granted that the .Yankees seek nothing farther than the appropriation of-hogs and oatt le and contrabands from tlToae plantations along the river which bare not been stripped. Some of j the reports tell us that the gun boats have re? tired-^gone homewards; but this is doubtful | while any of their troops remain in the neigh borhood of these. We learn nothing precisely. ! It is understood that the Government bucheen* the-chief sufferer by the raid upon Sumter atores and other property, including rolling Sto...

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. — 17 April 1865

fHE roi^MBtft PHC?NiX. ? TOrigin?L] * Spoak Not of IM*. . 9f*t?k mot of lifo, unless it be, > * That being, ia m parer ol ima, . From all th? guilt of thia, made Tree; And troubled not with doubts of tim?.' I oak no weary term of year? ? Enough of toil and razing ?trife. Hath taught mo ?ll th? trick.of Uara, - And what the wo Chat watt? om life. - Vor could the past be all restored, The power.bo mine, with wisdom caught From toils o'eroome and griefs endured. To totter shape th? court* of thought; Ifould I imploro of fate the gift. Of past sad pr?sent hoars agata, If still th? awrt? of memory loft. May blight the joys that yat remain, '".oar mo ia quiet to sons dreamless shore, ;;at bring me of tho past, no morrl no morel Better tbs samel sss futur* bring, . Th? alf untried, tho still unknown;" Sure that no sterner fate caa spring Frota soaring, thau from seaaoaa gan?. Tko ehsags thai than ?hall work in rn?, OWaatere, thoaght, condition, mooit Must find some chang* is all I aee, ...

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. — 17 April 1865

RBPORT3 OP PRESS ASSOCIATION. Entered acce^dingjo Act of Congrey, in th.< PW I808. by J. S. Thrxuhtr, in the Clerk'* Office ?f the DUt riot Court of the Confed?rttterStalet for the Northern District of Oetgi? . _ A&in$n*e*e South and Weit. EV AGITATION OFJfONTGtAI ER Y. T -The G+>rgia Militia Ofid?rcT' Ont.' AUGUSTA, April 14.-Mortgomery is reported' to have been evacuated on the ?? th. - Th? cot? ton was but ned, and all the public snores and property previously removed. The lelegraph ia working .to Chehaw, about" thirty miles front Montgomery. Nothing threatening East of. Montgomery at last datas. MACON, April 15.-rh? Governor has ordered ont the militia of the State, to rendezvous at Columbus immediately. .\6tD. A. EL Alison, President of the Senate of Florida, qualified ia the Tallahassee Capitol, on the 29th. to fill the plaee.of Governor made va? cant by the death of Gov. Milton. The election for Governor will.be held on the 9th Jun?. Raleigh papers of the*8th make n...

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. — 18 April 1865

IDa?y Papar SiO a Month. 1 2 Payable In Advsmc?. f "Let onr juet cenaure Attend the true event."-?hafc*ptare. i Tri-Weekly $10. a Moats. ( Payable itt Advance. BY at ?* SELS*. COLUMBIA, 6. C.,TUESDAY, APRIL 18, 1865. VOL. X-NO. rr: THE COLUMBIA PHONIX? t IS JPUSUSHKD DAI LT AND TKt-WEEXLY, 1 BY J tr L I A K?^.? SBLBTJ The' Daily i? ie?ued every morning, except f _> day, st $20 . ?Jroath. Tri-Weekly, Tuesday, Th jrsday ?nd Saturday, alf 10 a mouth, inva r''"/c-iy in advance. Single copies" $U Advertisements inserted at $5 per square (ten lises) for eaeh insertion. - ? ?roclan?ation. T. J.^fJfOODWYN, Mayor of the city of. _ a^Celumhis, S.' C., call earnestly upon the c? -ns to em**ihs municipal authorities in the ;. nervation of . order, peace .and law. The l?Tfi mads sod provided tor their .maintenance <,-.!1 be strictly en-forced. It is, therefore, earp i.v-'ly rSqbsstod that any and ?vary encroach^ ztzatbe promptly soportad to the pro ps r .eSroers. -It ja a source of dpep re...

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. — 18 April 1865

beak, killed. JTbeee reporta nay all prev? pre? mature. Onr tetal lo?*?? are eetiajaUd at from - eight to fifteea thousand, of tr bom a consider? able ?umber are prieoncrs. - That cf the enemy eaa.be gnecacd at; but officers who were en? gaged at the front and ?aw cometh)ag of th? , ?Uagbter, state that it cahoot bc Ices than from io tn 50,000. ?flLTho ?eena itt Richmond ?a tb? reception of the near? beggars deseriptiea. While pr?pam-. tiona for an evacuation bad been ia progress several weeks, the soddenness of thc movemcat took every one hf aafprisc. Thc Prcaidcai was at chu ron; officials w?r? resting in^comparati ve - * quiet, awaiting thc despatches of Oca. Lee; ei ticen* wera confident and bopefuL No ?ac ttittoipatod disaster. When, however, th? ~ Broth waa foreshadowed, such harrying to and ' fro,' each gathering of goode, disposition of effect?, aad endeavors to leave th? city, nalook planc has .no parallel during thc,war. The streete wer? thronged by an excited populace. :....

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. — 18 April 1865

Weare'agaiii tinder obligation? to Col. Rud 1er for Ute Auguste papare , ~ Sexsrraha? Kio*.-We have been requested te ?Ute that some prim? stall-fed beef will Toolfor .ai? thia morning, ai the ration howe, South? east ?orner. Plain and' Assembly street?. Gall .ooo, if you want to be supplied.. FkaweV. looweirr.-Wo might take a few. more leesone fresa tho Fr?-ich cuisine ia this oar season -of short eosamoas. We once lodged ia a French house where . patties or fritters e>sr* brought oa tho breakfast Ubi?, each haring in it a" eomb or foot o'f the fe wi we had. roasted, the day before for diaaer. Their jaiees ?stu rated tho fritter, so asto preclude th? necessity of J)Utterv So, at th? sam?- breakfast, we had sa omelett?, with aggi mingled with tho blood of th* chickens eaton th? day befare. - A thin gobbet of fat baoon introduced ?ato a biscuit of corn commends it gratefully tt> a hungry palate, and tskes tho dry ?ess out of tho joh?. A little bread crumbled up with th?contents...

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. — 18 April 1865

f H? eOL?^Bm^HiENl^ "I.... . , " v ? (Front ty? Pao^catfcr. J. . : i? Fitt Car Morte, fe ,-, PiMi t? tito d?ad! though th? ?kies ?ts? chill, ? ftd the Nora? wind waileefa conree ?nd thill; Peace to thc desdi though the living shake ?; Tho glob?, with their browning battle quake;1 Peace to t h e dead! though peace is loot Ia the regal -dome or tk? pnoper oot; Foss* to tb? d?adr there's peace, we trust. > With thc pale dreamers iu th? dust! Reece and pansies guard them well, i> ^ Tinging triumphant immortelle*; * "'fj aficione of doubt, we bend-the'knee T? tholsings and queens of mystery! : .*? ?tense ?ad eunahi ne, mist aha rain, JJ? j? ?nock at their marble'doors in vain* Aid y*. sepulchral oliffe of night! . Deje rise to appeal their shade-?ft ed sight? O dark nessi thy mission ia not just - Te the pale dream or? ia the dustf Peace to the dead afar and near, .Ia fold? of satin or beggar's bier;. Whether they sleep in the ^irk yard mound? Or bleach in the gullied seas profound...

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. — 19 April 1865

IDa?y Papar SiO a Month. 1 2 Payable In Advsmc?. f "Let onr juet cenaure Attend the true event."-?hafc*ptare. i Tri-Weekly $10. a Moats. ( Payable itt Advance. BY at ?* SELS*. COLUMBIA, 6. C.,TUESDAY, APRIL 18, 1865. VOL. X-NO. rr: THE COLUMBIA PHONIX l4rpUBLWHED DAlt? ASID^-WEi;K*T, : B.Y JULIAN A, SELBY*. . Tie Daily ? issued every murnirjp, except? ijuwday, at f 20 a month. Tp-Weekly^Tuesday, Thut*df>y and Saturday, at flo a mont li, inva-, viably ni fd talcs. Bingle copies f>l. ' ' AdverLisci?ente insertecLat |6 pet square (ten linea) for each insertion. Lost and Found Bible A! FAMILY BIBLE, lost by somebody dur- ! J intf tho.?r?, has boen found, and will bej? ?aeerfu?ly d ?liv er ed to any party proving pro4 party sad ; paying* for this advertisement. It .?obtains no asme of th? owner; but in th* j family record there are names of children,' by wbieh the real owner can ierfdily0ideniify the. property. Apply st tbis>office April 18 ?250 Reward j. j?j??h: STOLEN", on the...

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. — 19 April 1865

W?dn**d?y Morling-, April X#? HW. Pi bia wltl ta? Warris** * That if th? question moat commonly only aekejjayjp^p^^ ' off without waiting for tb? answer.' Th?rear? several ways in whian it nay be answered: j *- Briefly, we may amy, that, as ??*uar is a strict 1 rooultant /rem lat? 'that is, from the laW -.of Gad--then ws should know that the.war will ceass the Moment the law shall be satisfied - jual as soon af we^paas from nuder its opera ti ohs-;jvdi -a? aeon aa the proper resulta ar? real iced, to attain which tho war had beoemfs ' necessity. -Toi may hf ears ?f tbjw sod y#?r next question should be, what aro th? ends ts be realized by "ibo-w?r--th? objecta to be satis? fied! Th? mere politician will make ?a? sn wer to thia question, th s mer al ist smother. The mt refers tho origin of "war t? the antagonisms . ight or wrong,.of the'eoatending peeplsa. The. .noraRtt rt fer? them to thc violation, of the lam of God. ?Fiad oat which ot tho laws of God, and ia what reepeeta, they ha...

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. — 19 April 1865

lill.ll lilli lilli juill'll ? 'I ? ! -. Suter>"Z euxordinp to Act ofCongress, in the Year I86-< ks faraehet, in the Gfer'fc't Ofice of . the District C*u,rt of the Confed?rate States fer Ate Northern. District of^Sestrffia. Xattwt Wort***? M?wst. MACON, April lt.-T.Th? Nashville ifnion, ot the Ith, hu been received* lt Mattias a de-, ?patch from the1 Tankoe Ge?, sheridan, dated shs 6th, statins; that the Oepfederatss mad? a stand. atj^aekevilU Junction, where hojofc ? aac^d'j^m, capturing" Gens-eSaetif Lee, Swell, * - kershaw, ! Durt?n, Corsa ' sad ?ebarry, with "l?verai thousand prisoners: . ! Th? Xc\v-York Mero ol th? 7th, has infor? mation from Rehm?n dl that President Lin?ela . WAo there; aYid waa aetiv?ly engagea ia the business of peace; that^ra .tbs 4th, he had a. private eonfareaee with JadgVCa^plpdl, whel with th? advice abd ?oueent of Pr?sident Davlgjj hjsd remained ia themtyto see what ?ovid bf deas, lt was understood that aa?th?r iate? ytf?r was appointed for the ...

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. — 19 April 1865

i- JU " ' ." ' TH? COLUMWAMgW1^ Promise for Zion. . ISAIAH ?.U , ^ .- * ^he Lord shall-cotnrort fcion; ~ Her place* wast??, restore, ~ . And of her silent w ilde, ?oeas, ti Make Eden .Woona onoe ntore; His garden shall sire then become, . ' And worthy of his choice, "" '"" ! Gladness and thanks in all her smiles, And musio ia ber voice. . *? - Thon, too, shalt wake, Jerusalem, ? No longer drunk with wine, With none to guida thy tottering steps He mxkcs this promise thine! * The offp of tretubiing from thy, lips, : That made Jiu love d?plore, . His ange?jfcay'd, his morey takes, And thou shalt drink no more! - Like smoke.the skies shall vanish, And earth grow black with years, Man, too, shall wither in his walk?, - A thing of age and fears; ." But Zion's promise Still shall stand, A type for nye to show, Who seeks for God, in faith and love, Nor age, nor death, shall know! A STKANGZ F?or.-When shooting rabbits the other day,' (says a.Northumbri*ip friend,) 1 stood awhile on the spot ...

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. — 20 April 1865

i?mmMm^^ .??<aTofBt?s^ ? ^?r--y^c ! _ . ? M? , a ?-- --==-1- i BS i ea?ag ? ?.' ??? ? .-?wsa? .. Daily Pceser $20 a ?tanth. ' i ' '. "Let out just censuro * j Tri-Weakly $10 a Mos th . J Payable, in Advance, f Attend tlia tinaj evenVShakspfare. . - ( Payable ia Advance. BY ?t. A. WBT. COLUMBIA, S. C., THURSDAY, APRIL 08; 1865. ^?t id. THE COLUMBIA TH*?MX . 'i mun? ?JJ LT SSW TU-VfiULT, BT JULIAN A. SELBY. t The Daily M issued avery nornire, except . BandaV, at ?20 ?mouth. Tri.Weekly,.Tusaday, Thsrsday and Saturday, at ?lt) a month. in vs-^ riablv ia advance. Single copies tl. - I,. Adver?ement? inserted at $5 per square (ten Imea) tor each insertion. iMBBaneBi III 11 ?fi! ait i ? u-,;'-!! . t ? v ?Original.] ! By UM Ruma of the Burned Methodist Church. if ?tal stead beside thy crumbling walls, Thy eharr*d and blaeWd walla, ?ad weep thy fate, thou blessed Chureh, Ohl how any heart recalls The times and seasons, psst and ?ona, Bear, dear to meaaory, " -?.. Binas? an thy dadiaatioa ...

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. — 20 April 1865

Tuurselay Morning, April 10, 1865. . Oui Bono) Opinion. ' ^ We |are continually self-arrept?d, .checked, bs aught ap suddenly, as by a ehsrp rein and heavy Spanish blt, when, we would discourse tb ?ar publie as to the evil in their affairs and'the remedies whian "may possibly still be in oar hand?, for averting them and repairing the mis? hap* already dont. The cai bono- the "what's the good or ons of itt"-is a perpetual cheek on 1 nt te rance? Of What avail to speak?- T-h* Go - vernment does net hear-will not hear-oer Uinry not heed; ?matais are proverbially deal to counsel, and tho {abor af speech and thought -* ie vain, BO far aa these pf?i coaooMed. Shall w? gain, or do we gain, nay thing by addressing the people! It does not seen so. Either they do not hear, libe the Government, nar heed, ? like tb? officials, or they>are nneonseioqe of any g. need to hear, of any.evil to reform, any danger to fear, any matter of any sort seriously affect mg their interests. . In fact, there...

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. — 20 April 1865

^ ?ouno? Froc*edlnga.\ ' -". ^. . *. COUNCIL CHAVSKR, . ^ ? 2OounaiA, 3. G, April lt; 1865* Pre lout-H? Honor th* Mayor, and, Assist? ant Mayon Aldermen Bato*, Blakelr, Glaze, Hope, Lesphart, Stork. Waring and Walla. The following accounts wera presented and -ordered te> be paid; S. A. Selby, for printing, $390; E. dr G. D. J Io pe, for eora,1490; E. Hope, : for Alma Ho.uae, 1,380.^0; G. W. Wright, for j repairing Engine House,- 105. The account of G.-W. YVright/for blacksmith | - vdrk, was ' referred to tba Committee On Streets.* * "-The Aaaiataut Mayor presented a statement of donations to the city; also, a statement' of j ?iurehasee made for the city. Received ss in ?rmation. > * - ? ' , ? On motion, it w as ordered that the balance j due tho Executive Committee be paid over by the Clerk.' 1 The matter of collecting, taxes-was deferred until the next meeting. Council adjourned. ~ ' T> A. G. BASKIIs, City CWrk. Lost ^ "^.^TO/D-CE is hereby given that three months -JLpi af...

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. — 20 April 1865

Tup at?ng^rfaSV^ joked ?od laughed with Tilda; jest as ef dor eech a man as rae had never been bern.' . - "Welf, for aje,.I*eearonI.eto^^t^cty weil . for a while; hut I felt Sata?* comino into the. as I husked; and sometiriiea pitched the' o?rn . , - on to the pile, and aometinaes over my head aonipngst the ?talks and. hU3ks-for aomje ' how blood war dancing afore my eyes, and I could nt alays see right well what?*! wjar doing. At last the boyland the- gals all -?tr. around me began to titter ..and laugh, and * \ nod and wink, end I khowed lt war ail about me. Still I husked away, and didnt . say nothing often and then alays 90m th i hg .harp and sassy. * Now, ef 'Pel? tad jest .w a minded his own business lind treated Lucy respectful, and hadnt sail nothing ??gra wating to me, its like he moujjht be living now to laugh over , his triumph; but he could at be COD tented," th* fool, when he wat4 well off, and begun to ax ef* anybody had sein anybody a? bad ?hawed a- green * * persimmo...

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. — 21 April 1865

5.35*?y Paper $20 a Mouth ) "Let ounjust censuro .}. . . * ( Trf-Weekly $ld a ?Sontb. Payable In Advance, f-, "m Attend tb? -true event"- Mutl-sprarr. \ , Payable to Advance. BY J A. SELBtrL COLUMBIA, S. C., FRIDAY, APRIL iii, 1865: VOL. 1.-HO. 20. THE COLUMBIA PHON1X ie rvausmm ?AILT AND TSUWEEXUT, . B Y JULIA N> A. S KL BY. C.TW Daily is issued .every morning except"} Sunday, at $2? a month. Tn-Weekly, Tuesday, > Thnr?day and Saturday, at $10 amonth, inva- ] riably in advance.1 Single copie^l. Advertisements inserted at f 5 per squan* (ten linea) for each insertion. - Dress-making, otc * MISS A. J. STOKES informs the ladies of j tb is ?itv that she is prepared- to do any work in her line, at short notice and at reason? able rajes. She can be fonad at the residence of Mr. Leckie, on Richland street, near Sui ter. ? .? = -.?._ April 19 4* " ^ ? r For Sale or Bent ? COTTA?? HOUSE containing five rooms and necessary out-buildings, withi sixty sores of land attached, two miles ar...

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. — 21 April 1865

Friday Morning;, ^?P?****; **f?.f Tho News. * " r ? <~ :r r * have rumon e???gb,Tmt ???"*?, .sough, without tao nunora, ThoTC ?aJ1 .r.*-*0 doubt that General Robert ht Lee, "whose at.^*" was reduced to 8,000 starving men, bas sur ? rendered to Gan. Grant, at thehead of"300,000. | ' Ol' this fact, there cae be little question. Thc two Generals treated each other with courtesy, and the. honors of war Ware awarded to eur officers and troops. But*mauy*of therd refused to accept the tents, and haye escaped-we sup? pose t? Johnston's army. * . ^ - A truce has been agreed upon between .Gens. Johnston and Sherman. -This truce is to conti? nue until the adjustment of terms between the ' representatives of the two?confederaci es. But, j in the event of'either party being dissatisfied, then a notico of forty-eight hours is required ? before the'disruption of the terms of trace. There is much that wilf*need-tO be comment-1 ed upon; bdaathis must he done hereafter^ ll is better' that our "peo...

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. — 21 April 1865

?i i - i - mmi i.. . H"e-?on.pH?- sad daisjisBse from the 0?he**t?e J CvfcU-man th? following reported facts, as ?aid 'tp be furnished by an Officer of Gordon'? corps. -Sonto ?f. this matte* we bare badbefore,'but in or dei- to a connective narrative, we reconcile ourselves to a repetition: '"*..' . ^ On the 25th Maren, Geni Leo made a demon? stration on shs left of Grant,'capturing Hare's Hall add other neighboring- wovfca. Frons that time till April 2, tho skirmishing waa heavy and incessant. Grant meanwhile throwing.the main part pf his army td tho South side, and masai ag in front of our right, Which was near tbs Petersburg Railrpad. At. daylight; on' Sudday,' April ?.'a.tg?ceral tasas waa joined $rom; .morlaca efi? 'artillery. The forets here to meet the enemy-consisted of tbe% corps of Hill, (A. P?,jr'Anderson andPGor dnn-tho corps of Lon Retract being, in the" de fea qea Of IticliraoncL Thea?ttack of the operay was at once heavy and impotdous. ' Th ty were repeatedly repulsad...

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. — 21 April 1865

li. I lilli. < - '- THE CoLOTHBt A PrBEWjX. TfiE ENGLISH PRESS OS . LINCOLN'S SECOND TERM OT OFFICE-THE KKCOGNI rroN- QUESTION iir A NKW LUG HT.- The London Standard, has an editorial on the second inauguration-..of Lincoln. It says; .Mr. Lincoln in 1861 could claim, with some show bf reason, to be the President cf tbe whole thirty four States; for, though fifteen of th en Y hud unanimously and peremptorily* -rejected him, they had tajken part in the eleation which. led to his triumph. Mr. . Lincoln, in 1865, is manifestly thc Presi. dent only of the North. Not Only 'have the eleven Confed?rate Stales taten no part "whatever in the election, but they have been excluded from it by formal and ex? press legislation. The pseudo Governments t . of Louisiana and Tennessee offose delegates . to cast the vpte of those States; and that tote bas been rejected by the 'Congress at Washington. > It is formally declar ,d that * the eleven States which form the Confede? racy are out. of tho ...

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. — 22 April 1865

Daily PaVe* $20 a Merni fa. ? l*P+y?bia In Advance. f . "Let our just eenaure , Attend the true event.''-Skaktpeorr. m Trl-Weekly $10 a Mont?. Payable lil Advance. BY J. ?. SELBY. COLTJlBBli:, S. (K, *ATUMAYv!?PEJX 22, I860. VOL. 2t THE COLOMBIA PHOENIX 1? TOSLISBEI) DAILY A KD TM-WEEKLY, I^. J?L10 A. SELBY. Tte Deilv is issued ?Very.ns?j*h?Dg. except Sunday, at t20 a month. Tri-Weekly, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at $10 a month, inva? riably i? std rance. Single copies $1. ?dvertisemej?ts inserted at f 6 per square (ten linea) for each insertion. . ? Dress-making, etc. "?VJTISS A., J. STOKES informa the ladies o4 Xf-L this ??fy that she is prepared to do any work in her line, at short notice and at reason? able rates. She eau be found at the residence of Mr. Leckie, en Richland street, near- Sum Ur. a> ;_April lg 4? Xor Sale or Kernt. eOTT?SE HOUSE containing five rooms and- necessary ont-bu?ld i np, -with sjxty ?eree of land attached, two miles, and a hali iron? the city. I...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
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