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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 7 April 1866

THE DAILY Daily Paper $10 a Year. 'lat our Just Censure PHONIX. Attend the True Event." Tri-Weekly $7 a Year. BY JULIAN" A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 7, 1866. VOLUME II-NO. 16. PUBLISHED DAILY AND TKI-WXKIXT, BY JULIAN A. SELBY. .STATE .PRINTER. TERMS-IN ADVANCE. SUBSCRIPTION. Daily Paper, six months.$5 00 Tri-Weekly, " " .3 60 Inserted at 75 cents per square for the first insertion, sui 60 cents for each subsequent. Weekly 75 cents each insertion, sf Special notices 10 cents s line. AOJENTS. ' Thomas P, Slider, Charleston. H. L. Darr, Sumter. S. P. Kinard, Newberry. Samuel Dronthitt, Greenville C. H. Wm. Moore, Abbeville C. H. , m Julius Poppe* Anderson C. H. Some mouths ago Bowles, Milla ?gan and Horsey, civilians, were tried by a military commission, at Wash? ington, on a charge of conspiracy, and convicted. They were sen ter ced to be hung, bot President Johnson commuted their sentence to imprison? ment for life. The case has been brought np before the Unit...

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. — 7 April 1866

COLUMBIA. Saturday Horning, April 7, 1866. What we Want. All that the South needs now is to be let alone. Let alone in the ma? nagement of her labor-Jet alone in her efforts to develop her resources. With her civil and political .rights guaranteed to her, with^ BO obstacle or obstruction to the energies of her people, we believe, to-day, she could work out her own redemption, re? trieve her shattered fortunes, and start on a career of prosperity that she has never yet enjoyed. But the radical party will not per? mit her to do this. They keep her out of the Union-out of the frater? nity of States which constitute the republic ; they regulate her system of labor, and do this by military rule. They keep a people, as loyal and as true as any within the "?vide domain of the American republic, out of their rights and privileges, and ' from their just representation in the councils of the nation-and for what? Il would puzzle the ablest political economist to answer that question. Despoiled...

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. — 7 April 1866

{Special Despatch to Columbia PfueMr.} Pa?Mge of tko Civil Rights B|U Over tbs President's Veto. WASHIHGTOK, April 6.-Tho Civil Bights hill WM pissed by Congress to-day, over the President's veto. There is great ex? citement in this city, this evening, in con sequence._ ISpec?? Despatch lo the cohn,thia Phoenix.] . New York Market. NKW YOBK, April 6-P. M.-Cotton mar? ket steady. Gold 27$. From Wnahlngton. WASHINGTON, April 5.-*?!he Hon. Alexan? der H. Stephens had an interview with the President, to-day. In the Senate, the civil rights bill was discussed. Mr. Johnson made a powerful argument in support of the President's veto. A vote was postponed until to-mor? row. Prom Europe. NEW YORK, April 5.-The steamship Cuba has arrived. The sales of cottdb on the 24th March wore 6,000 balee. Middbng uplands, 194; market dull and tending downward. Consols, 86J to 87; five-twen? ties, 70? to 4 Head Centre ^tevens is the guest of John , Mitchell, in Pans. In reply to a question in the House of...

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. — 7 April 1866

. An old author quaintly remarks: "Avoid argument with ladies. In spinning yarns among silks and satins, man is sure to be worsted and twisted. And when a mau is worsted and twisted, he may consider himself wound up." The riebest boy in Boston is the son of Joshua Sears, deceased, worth $4.000.000. His father left nearly $2,000,000, which were well invested, .hence the result. Can Brown's Young Man inform us who is the richest girl in New York. There are 5,000 masonic lodges and 1,800,000 free and accepted masons in the world. There are lodges in Senegal, Guinea, Mozam? bique, China, Java, and Arabia. COTTON AND WOOL CARDS. fl THOLE SALE an* retail by W MarchZT DIAL & POPE. D. P. GREGG may bo found at the residence of , Mrs. McMahon, (near the Episcopal Church,} ready to attend to any professional calla from his old or new patrons._. March 17 TILLEY & BURDELL, 3&0SLBS&S And Commission Merchants, COLUMBIA, S. C. PARTICULAR attentionpaid to the pur? chase add sale or S...

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. — 8 April 1866

THE DAILY Daily Paper $10 a Year. "Let oar Just Censure PHO?IX. Attend the True Event." Tri-Weekly $7 a Year. BY JULIAN A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 8, 1866. VOLUME II-NO. 17. PUBLISHED DAILY AMD TRI-WTKKLY, * BY JULIAN A. SELBY. STATE PRINTER. ITERMS-IN ADVANCE. SOBSCBITTIOX. Daily Paper, six months.$6 00 Tri-Weekly, " " .S 60 ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted at 75 cents per square for the first Insertion, and 50 cents fox*each subsequent. Weekly 75 cents each insertion. MST Special notices 10 cents a line. AGENTS. Thomas P. Slider, Charleston. H. L. Darr, Sumter. 8. P. Einard, Newberry. Samuel Drouthitt, Greenville C. H. Wm. Moore, Abbeville C. H. Juhns Poppe, Anderson C. H. Lord Chatham ?nd Andrew Jackson. William Pitt, subsequently Lord Chatham, succeeded a century ago to the premiership of England, after the extinguishment of a fierce rebel? lion in Scotland; and Andrew John? son became President at the close of a terrific civil war. The perils that encompass our Pre...

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. — 8 April 1866

COLUMBIA. Sunday Morning, April 8, 1866. Dlrcet Communication wit!? Europe. The New York Southern Exchange notices the fact, that Congress has been applied to assist in the estab? lishment of a line of steamers to ply between Charleston and Liverpool. The Exchange says: "The object of the promoters is to establish a regular line of mail steamers between the Southern States and Great Bri? tain, and also to promote emigration. For this purpose thoy solicit a sub? sidy from Congress and in return guarantee to bring out to the South? ern States 5,000 emigrants, able bodied laborers and mechanics, an? nually." Although we do not believe in the principle, at any time, of asking Go? vernment aid for private enterprise, but more especially at this time, when the radical majority in Congress would be sure to refuse any appro? priation to aid any South Carolina enterprise, yet the proposition re? ferred to is a most important one, not only as regards the interests of the Southern States, but ...

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. — 8 April 1866

From Washington. WASHINGTON, April 6.-Tho President, to-day, transmitted to Congress a commu? nication from tho Secretary of the Trea? sury and Postmaster-General, suggesting some modifications of the test oath. They show the great importance of such legis? lation, bosh in a pecuniary and harmoni? ous point of view, and the President earn? estly commends the subject to tho early consideration of Congress. The commu? nication was referred to Committee ou the Judiciary. In the Senate, Mr. Lane, of Kansas, offered a joint resolution, to-day, proposing the admission of tho Southern States to repr?sentation in Congress on condition of repudiating tho Confederate debt, endors? ing the Federal debt, annulling all ordi? nances of secession, and granting the right of suffrage to colored persons who pay a tax on $250 worth of property, and who can read and write. Mr. Lane spoke of the necessity for im? mediate action on the subject of recon? struction, to save the Republican party. flfTho vet...

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. — 8 April 1866

TlXOKg?Xt? OT H??T No sickness tb ere J?o weary irma tine of the frame away: No fearful shrinking from the midnight No dread of summer's bright and fervid | ray. No bidden grief No wild and cheerless vision of despair; No vain petitions for a swift relief; No tearful eyes, no broken hearts are there! Care has no home Within the realm of ceaseless praise aud song! Its billows break away and melt m foam, Far from the mansions of the spirit throng. The storm's black wing Is never spread athwart celestial skies! Its Wallings blend not with the voice of spring, As Borne too tender floweret fades and dies! No night distils Its chilling dews upon the tender frame; No moon is needed therel the light which fills That bind of glory, from its Maker came! No parted friends O'er mournful recollections have to weep; No bed of death enduring love attends, To* watch the coming of a pulseless sleep. No blasted flower, Or withered bud. celestial gardens know; No scorching blast or fierce descending s...

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. — 10 April 1866

THE DAILY Baily Paper $10 a Year. 'Let our Jost Censure PHO??IX. Attend the True Event." Tri-Weekly $7 a Year. BY JULIAN A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 10, 1866. VOLUME II-NoTlT THE PHONIX, rCBUSHED DAILY AND TRI-WEEKLY. THE CLEANER; EVERY WEDNEDAY MORNING. BY JULIAN A. SELBY. STATE PRINTER. TERMS-m ADVANCE. 8TJB8CHrPTION. Daily Paper, six months.$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. 49" Special notices 10 cents a Une. AOKNTS. H. L. Darr, Sumter. S. P. Kivard, Newberry. Samuel Droutbitt, Greenville C. H. Wm. Moore, Abbeville C. H. Julius Poppe, Anderson C. H. A NEW -ORLEANS DECISION. ^The following very significant and im? portant decision of Judge Durell, in the United Stares Circuit Court, nt New Orleans, in the case of the United States against Harai Robin? son, has just been published. The counsel for defendant offer...

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. — 10 April 1866

^?wna?-? ?..?.?-???ir'Sv.i ?-TT ... ;. COLUMBIA. Tuesday Morning, April 10, 1866. Let 17? Stand by Our Friends. We believe with some of our ox changes, that beyond the wild im? pulses of fanaticism, the gratification and the desire of making political capital, by conferring political power on tho freedmen, they have still an? other object, and that is, so to disheart . en and disgust the influential classes at the South, that they will be driven to self-expatriation to escape the taunts, sneers and persecutions of the radical party. As we have frequently said in this journal, that following the example of .Lee, Hampton, Beauregard, and other of their leaders in the late war, the post of honor and duty for all true Southerners, is to stand by their country and devote their energies, their time and their earnest labor to the rebuilding of their shattered for? tunes, and bringing bnok their sec? tion, -which has been so sorely devas? tated by war, to its former greatness at?d prosperit...

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. — 10 April 1866

Krom Washington. WASHINGTON, April 7.-The passage of tho dril rights bill over the President's ?oto, waa hailed, yesterday, with uproari? ous demonstrations of delight by the He publicans present. ' When Morgan an? nounced the vote, he was greeted with applause and congratulations by many Senators and members of tho House. Willey, of West Virginia,.voted in favor. The New Jersey Legislature adjourned without electing a Senator in the place of Stockton. "Commodore Schmies was released yes? terday afternoon, by order of tho Presi? dent, on his original parolo given under the terms of the Johnson-Sherman Con? vention. He left the marine barracks for Baltimore in thc evening train. Ltitt N?WI tram Europe-. The steamship Ciiba arrived at New York on the 5th from Liverpool, with dates to 25th nit. The Herald's cor? respondence from Berlin, with the English and Austrian journals, repre? sents the aspect of the German diffi? culty as very serious. Military pre? parations on a great scale ar...

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. — 10 April 1866

jjJ^MHMM. . ? JIU .... _L A JjmAy Mi?DicrJst ?nd an I'niucky Suitor. - Miss Poole, a lecturer on electro biology and mesmerism, lately paid a visit to the town of Carmarthen, Wales, and disturbed for a brief period its wonted quietude. The editor of the i?eporterpnblished som? strictures on the performances, and offered, by a simple test, to prove that the mesmeric sleepers were in reality wide awake whilst supposed 'to be under her powerful influence. The next evening, Miss Poole varied her programme a little by comment? ing upon the critic, and taking a copy of the Reporta' from her pocket, she tore it into shreds before the audience. Shorty afterwards, the unfortunate editor entered the room, when the door-keeper appealed to Miss Poole if he should send for a policeman to turn him out, and she replied: "Let ' him alone; I have policemen of my" own. We will have some fun directly. " Addressing about eight of the young men on whom she had been operating, but -who were apparently aw...

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. — 11 April 1866

THE DAILY Daily Paper $10 a Year 'Let our Just Censuro PHOIIX. Attend the True Event. Tri-Weekly $7 a Year. BY JULIAN A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL ll, 186G. VOLUME II-NO. is] THE PHONIX, PUBUSHED DAILY AND Titi-WEEKLY. rm GLMNER, EVERY WEDNEDAT MORNINO. BY JULIAN A. SELBY. STATE PRINTER. TERMS-IN ADVANCE. SUBSCRIPTION. Daily Paper, six months.$5 00 Tri-Wceklv, " " .S 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. &?~ Special notices 10 cents a line. AGENTS. H. L. Darr, Sumter. S. P. Kinard, Newberry. Samuel Droutbitt, Greenville C. H. Wm. Moore, Abbeville C. H. Julius Poppe, Anderson C. H. What la rsaipatlon! The radical orators and organs having accused the President as a usurper, the New York Herald, of Friday, publishes the following pithy paragraphs: The Constitution provides that the President sl?all veto all bills of which he disapproves. I...

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. — 11 April 1866

COLUMBIA. Wednesday Morning, April ll, 1866. Effects of tile Proclamation* There is a considerable contrariety of opinion expressed in various jour? nals in relation to the legal effect of the "peace" proclamation of Presi? dent Johnson. A few contend that it has no legal, binding effect, whilst the larger number of the ablest jour? nals in the conntry take the ground that every civil right is restored to the States "lately in rebellion." And there can be no question of the justice of this conclusion, for were it otherwise, the document would be a useless waste of jrnper in publishing a string of official decla? mation. As the New York Tribune, even, says, " those who imagine that President Johnson's proclamation an? nouncing peace is of no value, but is a mere expression of Executive opi? nion, are mistaken." No; Andrew Johnson is not the man to place the great seal of the United States to a meaningless document-to a mere expression of Executive opinion. He is not the man who would...

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. — 11 April 1866

[Special J/rxpaicii lo Golu Cotton Declined. NEW YOKK, April 9.-A steamer arrived from Europe to-day, bringing advices of a (leoline in cotton of three farthings. From Mexico. NEW ORLEANS, April 4.-Havana dates to the 29th and late dates from Mexico have been received. Gen. Almonte had accepted a mission to France. A new campaign is to bo organized in Sinaloa against Colona, who was besieging Masaatonpolico about the men who caused the assault on the Belgian Envoys. Cortina has joined Gen. Carite, at Cu?? dela Victoria, acknowledging the latter as a military superior. Tampico has been reinforced, and the garrison will soon he attacked. SAN FRANCISCO, April 4. -Imperial Con? sul Guilon has received official news from Guerro, Mexico, b> March 10. In au action at Tipot alpin thc liberal Gen. Corona was defeated by the Imperial Gen. Vivasco, with thc loss*of sixty-three killed. . Porfirio Diaz, the Liberal general, met a body of Imperial troops under Col. Aceval, at Llano Grande, and...

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. — 11 April 1866

MISCEXiLANY H Ua will Care for Niggers Nowt Parody on Who will Care for Mother Now* List to me, plantation niggers, While I in dis mad hole lie, Though I feel starvation's vigors. Lot me say a word and die. Niggers, does dis look like frecdum, I can't see it any how; Black's am fools, and white fonts lead 'em, But who cares for niggers now? Look hero niggers; I am dying, See the death-sweat on my brow; Dis am freedum; no uso crying; Who will care for niggers now? Some say niggers good as white folks. Gizzard foot, ana Ebo shin; Don't beliebe it; tis a tight joke; Handsome, but you can't come in; Well, you libed on*old plantation, Earning wid a sweating-brow, Plenty clothes, and plenty rations, But who cares for niggers now? White folks say dey give freedum, What dey gib us is aU my eve; Free to suffer, free to languish. Free to starve and free to die; No potatoes, corn cake, bacon. Wo must t ~) starvation bow, If dis is freedum I's mistaken, But who cai es for niggers now? [From Oie...

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. — 12 April 1866

THE TV * TT Vr NAIL/I Daily Paper $10 a Year 'Let our Just Censure BY JULIAN A. SELBY. PH (KM X. Attend the True Event.' Tri-Weekly $7 a Year. COLUMBIA, S. C., THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 12, 1866. VOLUME II-NO. 20. THE. PHONLX, PUBLISH Ki) DAILY AND TRI-WEEKLY. THE GLEANER, EVERY WEDNESDAY MORN1NO. BY JULIAN A. SELBY. STATE PRINTER. TERMS-IN A D VA NC E. SUBSCRIPTION. Daily Paper, six months.$5 00 Tri-Weeklv, " M ..1 50 Weekly, * " " .2 00 ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted at 75 cents per scpnaro for the first insertion, and 50 cents for each subsequent. Weekly 75 cents each insertion. t&- A liberal discount made on the above rates when advertisements are inserted by the month or year. SST Special notices 10 cents a line. AOENTS. H. L. Darr, Sumter. S. P. Kinard, Newberry. Samuel Drouthitt, Greenville C. IT. Wm. Moore, Abbeville C. H. JuUus Poppe, Anderson C. H. A CONTRAST.-How mucli more to be admired is the following extract from the columns of the New York Times-an honest, charitable pape...

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. — 12 April 1866

COLUMBIA. Thursday Morning, April 12, 1866. Southern Productions. A Nashville paper notices the or? ganization of several associations to aid the South in the work of recupe? ration and development of her re? sources, and from tho statements of one of these, located at Washington, we gather some interesting statistics of the productions of the South. According to the cotton estimates made np at the close of the cotton year of 1860-61, the cotton crop of 1860 was 8,656,916 hales, but the cen? sus of that year shows the crop to have been 5,196,544 bales-a differ? ence of 1,540,868 bales. The former figures are the actual receipts at the different cotton ports, while the lat? ter ia made up from the different esti? mates gathered from the census taken. The highest estimates of the crop for the present year, with a favorable sea? son, do not place it beyond 2,500,000 bales, while it, most likely, will fall considerably boiow that amount. In 1860, the tobacco crop amounted to 434,183,561...

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. — 12 April 1866

Later from Europe. NEW YOBK, April 9.-The steamship Eng? land has arrived at Halifax' Cotton has declined, at Liverpool, from a half to th r co-quart er-?. Hales for the five dav?, (preceding hor departure,) ?8,000 bales. Sales of Thursday, 29th ulti? mo, 8,000 bales, closing firmer. Middling Orleans quoted at 194*1. Consols 8C?@86j. United States 5-20's, 71 ?TU The prospects of a war between Austria and Prussia are increasing. The captain of thu steamship England reports that the first case of oimlera ap? peared on board on Tuesday last. The passengers are principally German and Irish. It is thought the disease was brought on board by German passengers. Affairs In Louisiana. NEW Oin .KANS, April 6.-There are about r.00 feet of crevass?e about Baton Rouge, and many others feared below. The whole of tho country down to Bayou Plaquemines v. ili be submerged. It is feared that Bayou Planquemines cannot carry off the flood, and that it will extend down to Bayou La Fourche, comprising th...

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. — 12 April 1866

A SECOND WILLIAM TELL.-A blacksmith, named Coles, of Hlminis ter, England, has performed a feat which rivals that ascribed to William Tell. A child, aged seven years, placed over bis head an iron band simiL.r to that used for the nuts of | cart wheels. The child's neck began to swell, and the parents were horri? fied to find that it was impossible to remove the band, and speedy suffo? cation was imminent. Coles was called in, and suggested the desperate idea of hammering the iron off with a sledge, and he successfully com? pleted his dangerous task. While one person held the legs and another the head of the little one, Coles fearless? ly smashed at the ring and severed it. ? false blow of half an inch, and instantaneous death must have re? sulted. A tough story. Cows LOSING THEIR CUD.-A friend writes us that he has seen two cases where it was said the cows had ' 'lost their cud." In Doth instances the animals were nearly doctored to death, before the character of the disease was asc...

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