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By J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., MONDAY, MAY 1,1866. VOL. L-90. 28.
THE COLUMBIA PHONIX
I? rOBUaSSO DAILY ABD TU-WEEKLY,
BT JULIAN A. SELBY.
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Kn?s) for each insertion.
COLUMBIA, S. C., Aram 8, 186?.
ALL Officers on Pest Duty at this place will
raak? a report to these Headquarters of all
men attached to their respective departments,
who sro entitled to draw rations at this post.
AU prariaion returns must be made ont at the
departments and approved at these Headquar?
ters. By order
A. P. RUDLER, Col. Com Mg.
W. J. HiAWNa, A. A. A. G._April IC
> NEA? SMITHFIELD, N. G, Amu. 7, looa.
SPECIAL ORDER ITO. 28-Extract.
a ? *> .
VMAJ. SECT. MANSFIELD LOVELL is
a assigned to command in the State of
Byaommandof Gea. J. E. JOHNSTON.
Samvooa FaMoJUa, A A G.
XUSQ*B3 MST. O'SOUTH CAROLINA j
Aran 12, 1865 .
QRBSR NO. 1. .
Hn oompliaaoe with th? above orders, th?
undersigned hereby assumes command in this
State. Until the names- af tho staff ar? an?
nounced, official oemx?auieatiens to these head
?uarUra will be addressed ts Lieut. J. M. B,
OVELL, Aeting A. A. G. at Colombia.
April 14 M. LOVELL, Major goo eral etc.
COLUMBIA S. O, MARCH 81, 1865.
SPECIAL ORDER NO. -Copy.
JOHN CARSTEN ia hereby appointed Actina
Provoat Marshal af thia city until furthei
orders. He will be obeyed and rossected ac
oordingly. By order
A. F. RUDLER, Col. Comai'dg.
*JW. J. Mautryo. A. A. A. Q._April 4
Headquarters Util. Div. af tba Weat,
AUGUST*., Manoa 4, 1836.
SPEOIAL FIELD ORDERS-NO. 18.
ICOL. A. F. RUDLER is hereby assignas
? as Commandant of tb? Post at Columbia
ti. C. a a a .
By cs m maa d Gen. BEAUREGARD.
Official: Geo. W. Baawr, Cal. and A. A. G.
HEADQUARTERS, COMMUA, S. C.,
March 15, 1885.
-GENERAL ORDERS NO 1.
Io obedUaue to th? aboye order, I herab
assn me oem ra nu d af thia Psst,
By order of A. F RUBLES,
W. J. Matu**, A A A Ot aaansti at
Prophetic- Wendell Phillips.
Wendell Phillips is the greatest of all
the negrophilists ef New England. He is
as loose of principle as all the rest. A
! friendly correspondent thinks it well to re?
mind Wendell of bis opinions and prophe?
cies. Here, accordingly, follows an ex?
tract fron) a speech which be made in
Boston at the beginning of the war. It ia
of mixed order-philosophy and prophecy:
'.To-morrow's breeze, when il sweeps
from the North, will bring to us the echo
of the first Lexington battle of the new
?.evolution. Well, what shall we say of
mc.h an hour? My own feeling is a double
one. It is like the triumph of sadness
rejoicing and sorrow. I cannot, indeed,
congratulate you enough on the sublime
spectacle of twenty millions of people
educated in a twelve-month up to being
willing that their idolized Union should
risk a battle, should risk dissolution, in
order at any risk to put down this rebellion
of slave States. a
"But T cm sorry that a gun should be
fired at Fort Sumter, or that a gun should
be fired from it, for thi.? reason. The Ad?
ministration at Washington does not know
ita time. Here are a series of States gird?
ing the Gulf, who think th.it their peculiar
institutions require that tbey should have
a separate Government. . They have a
right to decide that question without ap?
pealing to you or me. A large body of
people, sufficient to make a nation, have
come to the conclusion that they will have
a government, ef a certain form. Who
denies them tbe right? Standing with the
principles of '76 b?hind us, who can deny
them the right? What is a matter of a
few'millions of dollars or a few forts? It
is a mere drop in tho bucket of tbe great
National question. It is their-? just as
mueh as oura. I maintain, on the princi?
ples of '76, that Abraham Lincoln bas no
right to a soldier in Fort Sumter.
"But tho question comes secondly. 'Sup?
pose we had a right to iutcrfere, what is
the good of it?' You may punish South
Carolina for going out of the Union. That
does not bring ber in. You may subdue
her by hundreds of thousands of annie?,
but that does not make ber a State. There
is no longer a Union. It ia oo'.hing but
boy's play. Mr. Jefferson Davis is angry
and Mr. Abraham Lincoln ia mad, and
they agree to fi Wit. Ona, two or three
years hence-if the new? of the afternoon
iaeorreat--we shall hara gone through
a war, spent millions, required the death of
a hundred thousand men, and be exactly
then where we are BOW-two nations-a
little more angry, a little poorer, and a
great deal wiser; and that will be the only
difference. We may just as well settle it
now aa thea.
"You cannot go through Massachusetts
and recruit men to bombard Charleston
or New Orleans. The Northern mind will
not bear it. You serer can make such a
war popular. The first onset may bc
borne. The telegraph may bring us news
that Anderson has bombarded Charleston,
and you may rejoice; but the sober second
thought of Massachusetts will be, wasteful,
unchristian, guilty! The North never will
endorse such a war."
Wanted to Hire,
AGOOD WASHER; to aesist alto in cook?
ing. A whit? oas preferred. To one well
recommended, liberal wagea and a permanent
situation secured.. Apply at this office,
j April 29_ ... S?
FROM the subscriber, a NEGRO MiN, bia
.WIFE, with two CHILDREN. The man
is about fire feet high-the woman six; the
latter may be knows by a aeald or aaked place
on the head. Of the children, the eldeat is a
boy of little more than two years; the other a
trirl. a little more than one. The complexi?n
of the man and woman is inclined to yellow;
that of the youngest child very light. ONE
HUNDRED DOLLARS reward is offered rar
their apprehension. Address
Rsv. T. HENDRIX,
April 29 8?_Columbia, S. C.
SSt3?l3T edt? Scott,
Auctioneers, Brokers and Commission
O?ee en Assembly Street, between Washington
ana Plain Streets.
PROMPT attention given to sales of all
PROPERTY", MERCHANDIZE, PER?
SONAL or REAL ESTATE.
SPECIE BANK BILLS, STOCKS AND
BONDS bought and sold.
Liberal advances made en private eales.
General Engraver and Printer.
SEALS ead CARDS done in the latest style.
CLOCKS and JEWELRY" repaired, at bia
residence in Lumber street, between Marion
street and the Asylum. April 26 f 3*
F. EUGENE DURBEC,
Auction and Commission Merchant,
Office Assembly Street, Bt tween Plain and Wash?
WILL give prompt attention to the ania and
pnrehasc of REAL ESTATE, STOCKS,
BOND 5 and all oth-r articles of PERSON Al*
PROPERTY. MERCHANDIZE cr PRODUCER
at either private sole er auction,. April 17 ^