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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 21 March 1866

THE DAILY y Paper $10 a Year. 'Let our Just Censare PH (MIX Attend the True Event.' Tri-Weekly $7 a Year. BY JULIAN" A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 21, 1866. VOLUME II-NO. 1. THE PHONIX, PUBLISHED DAILY AND TBI-WEEKLY, BY JULIAN A. SELBY. STATE PRINTER. TERMS-IN ADVANCE. . SUBSCRIPTION. Dally Paper: six months.$5 00 ;mTffifreekly, {" " .3 50 ADVEKTIBEMXNTS at 75 celias per square for the first i, and SO cbnta for each subsequent, i 75 cents otmh insertion. ^Special noticia 10 cents a line. P. SliiUtr,,0harie8ton. "Jp", Sum term 5 Kinari, NewVrV iel Drouthitt, ?ree%uie C. H. Moore, Abbeville Cps. Poppe. Anderi^-n c. H._ Senator If ext I?rei?I Wilaon oa the dene j-. Some days ago Mr.N Wilson, of *j4j?ssacliu8etts, made a speech, in the ?Senate on the political situation, in i* which he advanced some speculations aa to the future. His remarks have I been the subject of comment in the [inewspapers, but have been misinter? preted. He said: Two years ago, in a trying ...

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 March 1866

COLUMBIA. Wednesday Morning, Har. 21, ?866.1 The Second Year. The Phoenix, this morning, enters upon the second year of it? existence. Through twelve mouths of trials and di?iculties, surrounded hy desolation and ruin, our people sadly impo? verished, with an unprecedented scarcity of money, and with high ruling prices for every article required", both in our business and for domes? tic consumption, we are pleased to state that our paper commences its new volume under very encouraging j prospects. From small beginnings, the pro? prietor has been enabled to present J his readers with a journal second to none in the State in its daily amount I of reading matter; and it is but pro? per to assure them that in the fu? ture no effort will be wanting on his part to enlarge and improve as oppor? tunity may offer or occasion require. In addition to the daily and tri-weekly issues, he proposes to publish a w?ekly paper-The Gleaner-which, ex? cluding all advertisements, will con . tain more re...

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 March 1866

fiTOX, M?Ycli ll?.-?:i the Senate, r. Fe&sendeii -reviewed Governor letter, published in tho National ince: which he tsai? w as written to ?/hat tho investigations of the Recon ion Committee vrer? not impartial, essenden said that ho did not regard lately rebellious States in the light of linals on trial, nor was he acting in the ?city of a prosecutor. If Governor ira ham desired to introduce further testi lonv in tho case of North Carolina, ho il? do so. .! The House, to-dav, reconsidered the vote by .vhich the loan "bill was rejected, and recommitted it to the Committee of Ways and Means. Korel?tr? News. Tho steamer Africa has arrived, with pdviceB from Liverpool to thc 4th March. Mr. Seward's reply to the French des? patch, of February 9th, states that the United States will "remain neutral towards Mexico, in view, of thc promised evacua? tion' of Mexico by thc French troups. Thc search fur Stevens, the Irish head centre, has become very keen. It is be? lieved that ho is in D...

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 March 1866

The Maid or Fashion. Maid of Fashion, er? we part, Hear me own how fair thou art; Hear me now the truth confess T love thee for thy taste in dress. Beautiful from top to toe, *Zoe mon sas agapo! By those stays so tightly laced; By the big buckle at thy waist; Bv the long skirt unconfined, That dangles in the dirt behind: By the corsage cut so low, 4 Zoe mou sos agapo! By the black hair thou hast got. Packed up like a porter's knot; By those frizzed ont, frizzy curls. Envy of leas hirsute girls; thy bonnet string's huge bow, mou sas agapo! thy carriage, chains and "charms," By th? bracelets on thy arms; Bv tay boot? with monster heels; Bv thy veil that half conceals, The rouge that on thy cheeks doth glow, Zoe mov sos agapo! ?Greek-My lifo I love thee. Artemus Wind OH Sliakera. The Shakers is the strangest reli? gions sex I ever met. I'd hearn tell of 'em and I'd seen 'em, with their broad brim'd hats and long wastid coats; but I'd never cum into imme jet contack with 'em, and I'd so...

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 March 1866

T THE DAILY ? Da?j Paper $10 a Year "Let our Just Censure PHO??IX. Attend the True Event. Tri-Weekly $7 a Year. - IBY JULIAN A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 22, 1866. VOLUME II-NO. 2. THE PHOENIX, PUBLISHED DAILY AND TRI-WEEKLY, BY JULIAN A. SELBY. STATE PRINTER. TERMS-m ADVANCE. #rB8CRIFT?ON. Paper, six months.$5 00 Ht ADVERTISEMENTS HH\i at 75 ce: ts per squaro for the first B H, and^O cents for each subsequent. Hi^C'ents (?ach insertion. jSflB^ipecial notices IQ cents a hue. Hf AGENTS. BSpmas P. Slider, Charleston. BL. Darr, Sumter. WP- Kinari!. Newberry. jflBymuel Drouthitt, Greenville C. H. SW m. Moore, Ab. be ville C. H. Bf ulius Poppe. Anderson C. H. ?HIKAW COTTON TRANSACTION.-A heavy cotton transaction, but not in the legitimate line of business, took place last evening, the wrong ship leaving porten route for New York with 225 bales of cotton. We learn that the cotton was sent to the steam? ship wharf by Messrs. Wm. Hunter & Co., agents of the New Orl...

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 March 1866

COLUMBIA. Thursday Morning, March 22, 1866. Our Whole Country. The result of the late unhappy conflict has decided that the Union is not to be dissolved, and that here? after the peopie of the United States will continue to Uve under the same Government, the same institutions, and having a common interest and a ] common destiny. It is, therefore, policy and patriotism for every citi? zen to use his best exertions to ce? ment the bonds of friendship und brotherhood between the people of all sections of the country-to allay passions and remove all causes of ir? ritation or sectional strife. The destiny of the country has for? tunately been entrusted to a man of nerve, a wise statesman and a true patriot. Whatever discord or strife may be sought to be entailed on the people by the fanatical course of ra? dical leaders, we tmst the people of the South will no De provoked into recriminations, or do anything which may tend to a revival of strife or an? gry feeling. We are all Americans 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. — 22 March 1866

Congresslonal. WASHINOTON, March 20.-Tho House has passed a bill to protect from legal pro? secution Union officers from acts commit? ted during the war by order of superior officers. A Card from Bishop Lynch. To the Editor of the New York Tri ? bune: SIB: The Tribune of this morning li on ors me with an editorial para? graph. I have ever endeavored to stand aloof from angry political dis? eussions, deeming that course most in/ accordance with my ecclesiastical . character. I have now an additional motive, in the duty of "letting by? gones be by-gones," and of looking forward hopefully, and of laboring earnestly and manfully for a happier future. You will allow me, however, to correct some mistakes as to facts relating to myself, into which the riter of the paragraph has fallen. L He states that I "was an origi L&L acrimonious, efficient and persis nt pro-slavery rebel. " This charge ll, I think, surprise my personal friends as it certainly surprises me. So far as acrimony is ch...

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 March 1866

Mureil Winds. - Listen. Kitty, my darling ! Here by toe fireside bright Do yon now what the winds arc saying Abroad in the gusty night ? Meaning under thc windows, Like the Toioe of a chi? that grieves Making the maples shivel And creak at the cottage eaves. bibi en, Kitty, my dariingi The winds are singing oisong. Of the spring that is softly stealing From the sunnier, lands along -; The snow-drops smile as they hear it, A smile for the sweet spring's sake ; And the shy little violet; whisper, "We hear! we are broad awake !" No matter, Kitty, my darling 1 Though the March winds drearily blow, I am sure that the daisies are stirring Down under the sheltering snow; In spite of the blustering weather, The crocus is budding again ; And the daffodils whisper together, And wait for the April rain. A LrrTLE MATTER OF HISTORY. Some time since, the papers were busy in the work of ventilating the pedigree of Andrew Johnson, and in hunting up incidents in the life of his father. Among other n...

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. — 23 March 1866

THE DAILY 3HK PH_(EMX. __ Daily Paper $10 a Year "Let our Just Censure 3B^SBS?^SMSIM???^^ Attend the True Event." Tri-Weekly $7 a Year. BY JULIAN A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 23, 1866. VOLUME II-NO. 3. THE PHOENIX, PDBLI8H?D DAILY AND TP.I-WEEKLY, BY JULIAN A. SELBY. STATE PRINTER. . TERMS-IN ADVANCE. SUBSCRIPTION. Daily Paper, six months.$6 00 ^Tri-Weekly, ,: " .3 50 ADVERTISEMENTS Lserted at 75 cents per square for the first [iiiiertion, and 50 cents for each subsequent. 1 Weekly 75 cents each insertion. ?y 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. I Julius Poppe. Anderson C. H. Tike Hew Atlaiflftc Cable. During tha last few days, the Tele? graph Construction and Maintenance Company have begun in real earnest, little had been done since the return of the expedition in August last, as there was no reason why the cable should be r...

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. — 23 March 1866

COLUMBIA. Friday Morning, March 23, 1866. Tlic Freedom of tile Pre**. Iii all civilized Governments and those claiming to bo free in their principles and practice, the liberty of thc press has been regarded as one of the brightest stars iu the coronet of tl int cherished goddess. Every jour- j nal in the land which is faithful and true to the principles of the Consti? tution, and maintains tho laws of the United States, has the privilege and right to express its vie^s on the po? li tical questions of the hour, and to criticise the official acts of jmblic men. It will bc a sad day for tho country when the press shall be ! muzzled -so that it cannot point out j the faults or misdoings of public officials, or freely express its opinion respecting^ all measures of public policy affecting the weal of the Com? monwealth or of the people of the United States. The editors of the South generally, we presume, as well as ourselves, have taken in good faith the oath of allegiance to the Governm...

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. — 23 March 1866

By Tolegrapii. Congressional. WASHINGTON, March 31.-Th? Senate has passed tho bill to provide for the punish? ment of certain crimes committed against the Un i toa States. The crime of forging United States securities is made punishable by ten years imprisonment. The House has passed the Diplomatic and Consular Appropriation bill; also the bill to facilitate commercial, postal and military communication between the se ycrSb States. uttE SEA ISLANDS-THE GRANTS OF USELESS TO THE NEGROES. Howard has received a report Brig. Gen. Tillson, Superinten ent of the Burean for the State of Georgia,, who has recently visited the sea islands. He states that all the questions in dispute between the freed people on the islands and the former white residents are now amicably set? tled. Those having grants of land have had them consolidated on one part of the estate upon which they I were given, as directed in "Special Field Order No. 3." In addition to these satisfactory results, a saving of ?from ...

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. — 23 March 1866

:iSOB]^ANY Spring*. . Spring is coming-Spring is coming! * Wita her sunshine and her shower : ? Heaven is ringing with the singing sf ? Ot the birds in brake and bower. 4 Buds are filling, leaves are) swelling, *? Flowers in fieid and bloom on tree : O'er the earth and air and ocean 5 Nature holds her jubilee. jj Soft then stealing comes a feeling * O'er mv bosom tenderly ; Sweetly ? ponder, as I wander, jj For my musings are of thee. |3 Spring is coming-Spring is coming ! ? With her mornings fresh and light, *>' With her noons of chequered glory, Sky of blue and clouds of white. Calm grey light falls, when the night fallu From the Btar-bespangled sky, While the splendor, palo .and tender. Of the young moon gleams on high. Still at noon, at morn, at even, Spring is full of joy for me ; . For I ponder, as I wander, 'And my musings ate of -theo. Still on thee my thoughts are dwelling, Whatso'er thy name may be ; Beautiful, beyond words t?llfhg. Is thy presence unto me. Morning s br...

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. — 24 March 1866

THE DAILY Daily Paper $10 a Year. BY JULIAN A. SELBY. "Let our Just Censure PHONI?. Attend the True Event. Tri-Weekly $7 a Year. COLUMBIA, S. C., SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 24, 1866. VOLUME II-NO. 4. THE P?l (EN IX. PUBLISHED DAILY AND TRI-WEEKLY, BY JULIAN A. SELBY. STATE PRINTER. TERMS-IN ADVANCE. p SUBSCRIPTION. Daily Paper, six months.$5 00 Tri-Weekly, " " .3 50 ADVERTISEMENTS 1 ns< rted at 75 cents per square for the first insertion, and 50 cents for each subsequent Weekly 75 cents each insertion. AS" 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. ^^jJuImsPopge^AnjihTrso^ ?'The Pilot that Weathered thc Storm." From a long article in the London Cosmopolitan, we extract the eonclud ingparagraph : We take it for granted that no por? tion of the United States is more anxious for genuine peace, union and harmony, than the States lately in rebellion under ...

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. — 24 March 1866

COLUMBIA. Saturday Morning, March 24, 1866. Oar Manufacturing Capacity. Heretofore, the Southern States have devoted their energies to agri? culture, and her staples-cotton, rice and tobacco-have mainly supplied the wants of mankind. The great change in the labor system of the South suggests, and it is to be rea? sonably expected will effect, a change in her industrial pursuit?. There is no reason now that tho South should not, at once, embark in manufactur? ing. Our cotemporary of tho Rich? mond Dispatch, in an article on the manufacturing capacities of the South, says thal she bas countless rivers and illimitable mineral trea? sures, the means of conveyance to other nations; cotton and wool are among her great staples, and she eau use them to much greater advantage than to export them abroad, since tho cost of transportation is so great, and since she needs a large portion c* the manufactured goods for her own consumption. The Dispatch, after quoting a letter from Abbott Lawrence ...

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. — 24 March 1866

By Telegrapli. From Europe. New YORK? March 22.-The steamship Australasian has -rived from Liverpool. No date given. The relations ho tween Prussia and Aus? tria continue unamicable. Austria has called for thc mediation of England, which has|been refused. -< ^ ? > THE UNITED STATES, FRANCE AND MEXICO.-John Mitchel writes an? other interesting letter to the New York News, in which occurs the fol? lowing passage: "The French Chamber is still dis? cussing the clauses of their address in response to the Emperor's speech. The passage relating to Mexico is to go undiscussed, at the request of the Governmeut, because negotiations are in progress, and inconsiderate ex? pressions of opinion might produce invitations and complications. The avoidance of discussion, under the circumstances, was wise; and if, at your side of the Atlantic, there were some power or influence that could stop tlie braying in Congress of such donkeys as 'Mr. Whaley, of West Virginia,' it would be a point gained...

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. — 24 March 1866

MIS 03S^X.^?L3S^TT The following is related by the Washington correspondent of the Lionisville Courier: I have learned an incident which tends to illustrate the hollowness of the pretensions of sympathy and re? gard which the loyalty of the country professed for tho negro. It is said that, a short time since, Maj. Gen. Howard, the Chief of the Bureau and guardian of the negroes, discovered that a good thing could be made by shipping from here to the heart of Georgia negro laborers, and that he called on the President for his sanc? tion to the plan and an order for transportation, at the expense of the Government, for the first instalment of some 300. The President is said to have raised his hands in meek horror, and exclaimed, substantially: "What! You, the guardian and pro? tector of the race, selected on account of your devotion to their interest and advocacy of their rights. Can it be that you have consented to transfer from this Eden-where all the fruits of the garden are free t...

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. — 25 March 1866

THE DAILY Daily Paper $10 a Year 'Let our Just Censure PHOHX. Attend the True Event. Tri-Weekly $7 a Year. BY JULIAN A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 25, 1866. VOLUME II-NO. 5 THE PHONIX, PUBLISHED DAILY AND TRI-WEEKLY, BY JULIAN A. SELBY. STATE PRINTER. TERMS-m ADVANCE. SUBSCRIPTION. Dailv Paper, six months.$5 00 Tri-Weekly, " " .8 50 lg ADVERTISEMENTS 1^ported at 75 cents per Bquare for the first jpfcrtion. and 50 cents for each subsequent. Wt*"'kly 75 cents each insertion. tsS~ Special notices 10 cents a linc. AGENTS. Thomas P. Slider, Charleston. H. L. Darr, Sumter. S. P. Kinard, Newberry. Samuel Drouthitt, Greenville C. H. Wm. Moore, Abbeville C. H. ?uJ?uJ^0PPJ^Arider^ The liant Day. Along with the philosopher's stone, the quadrature of the circle, the square of the cube, perpetual motion, and the authorship of Junius, man? kind may as well place on the shelf the interpretation of the prophecies of Scripture. From the date of the in? vention of printing to the p...

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. — 25 March 1866

COLUMBIA. Sunday Morning, March 25, 1866. Southern Enterprise. A traveler just returned from a tour through the Southern States, furnishes the New York Watchman with some interesting information concerning Southern railroads. He says that, with the exception of about fifteen miles of staging between Branchville and Augusta, (which gap is being closed at the rate of three miles per week, ) railroad communica- j tion between New York, Montgome ry, Mobile and all points in the South and South-west, via the great Atlantic seaboard route, is now complete. The Roanoke River at Weldon, it is true, has to be ferried, but the ar? rangements are very complete, and but little time is required. The bridge over that river at this point is about 1,800 feet in length, and will bc completed by the first of April. The iron-pile bridge over Pee Dee River, on the Wilmington and Man? chester Railroad, has been finished, and trains now pass over it. The iron-pile bridge over the San tee River, on the 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. — 25 March 1866

mm Voy tilly nt the South? .'ho newspapers of the extreme ipe are engaged in picking ont of .'.io testimony before the Reconstruc? tion Committee such statements as show evidences of a feeling of dis? content and dissatisfaction on the part of the people of the South, which, to us, seems to be an xtnpro fitable business. * * * All we can expect of them-all we have any right to demand of them-is submission to tho laws. The hot? headed returned soldier will vent his spite in words for a time; the planter whose home has been destroyed will curse the blue coats who did it; but if they yield obedience to the laws, and fulfil all the conditions the Go? vernment imposes upon them, it is all we can expect or hope for. The extremists who are insisting that they shall be held in a state of bondage until they do love us, ask what guarantees have we that they will not again rebel ? 1. Their lack of strength. Were they strong enough to again rebel, they would not have stopped when they did. They...

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. — 25 March 1866

Only Waiting. A verv aged inan in an alms-house was asked what ho was doing now. He replied, "Only Waiting." , Only waiting till the shadows Are a little longer grown; Only waiting till the glimmer Of tho day's last beam is flown; Till the night of earth is faded From the heart once full of day: Till the stars of heaven are breaking Through tho twilight soft and grey. Only wai tin s: till the reapera Have the last sheaf gathered h?rnt?. For the summer time is faded, And the autumn winds have come. Quicklv?Teapers! gather quickly The last ripe hours of my heart. For the bloom of life is withered. And I hasten to depart. Only waiting till the angels i Open wide the mystic gate, , \ At whose feet I long have lingered, Weary, poor and desolate, iven now, I hear their footsteps, And their voices far away; f they call me, I am waiting, I Only waiting to obey. ilywaiting till the shadows Are a little longer grown; liv waiting till the glimmer .f the day's last beam is flown; m from ?ut the...

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