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By J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MAY ,10, 1885. VOL. L~NO, 3|. |
HE COLUMBIA PHONIX j
IS PUBLISHED.DAILY AND TFI-WEKKLY,
Y JULIAN A. ?ELBY.
The Daily is issued every morning, except j
/ un Jay, ai $ 40 a month. Tri-Weekly, Tuesday,
."hursdny and Saturday, at $30 a month, inva
isbly in advance. Single copies $2.
Advertisements inserted at $10 per square
en lines) for each insertion.
i [eadquarters District of South Carolina,
COLUMBIA, MAT 6. 1865.
RD S RS NO. 2.
T IN" order to carry into effect the terms of
Le the Military Convention between Generals
jhnston and Sherman, made on the 26th ult.,
iplicate muster rolls should be prepared at
ice. upon which all officers and men who come
ider these terms may enter their names and
ceive the immunity from molestation therein
tarantecd. Major-General Young, Brigadier
ener?is Ripley, Robertson, Blanchard, Cou
ir. Chesnut, "Prerton and Bonham and Major
?nki ns, ar? charged willi the duty of prepar
g these rods for tile signature of such officers
id men as may be within their reach. Rolls
ill also be prepared at these. Headquarters for
ose who are-i i Columbia and its vicinity,
li. There is no authority to disband troops
itil the forms prescribed in the convention
tve been complied with, and the Major-Gen?
d commanding regret* to observe, on the part
some few demoralized persons, a disposition
interfere by violence even with the articles
pub1''! property .necessary to enable their
iperior ?rfieers to .rran^e the tenns by which
otection can be given to those in the service
no desire it; to procure subsistence for th?
ik and wounded in thc hospitals; find lo feet"
e soldiers passing through the State on theil
ay to their distant homes. He trusts thal
?ose who have so fought so long and so well
ill accept their fate with becoming dignity
nd repress any attempts to throw aside th*
astreints imposed upon us as good citizens anc
ie honored veterans of many battles.
By command of Maj. Gen. LOVELL.
JOSEPH MAMOAULT, A. A. G, may 9 4
Zeaiy eft? Scott,
atationeers, Brokers, Com. Merchants
^f#? ort Attembly Street, betxeeen WatJimgtoi
and Plain Street!.
T>ROMPT attention given to sales of al
PROPERTY, MERCHANDIZE, PER
ONAL or REAL ESTATE.
SPECIE, BANK BILLS,' STOCKS ANI
BONDS bought and sold. Liberal advance
innde on private sales._^_ April 23
X??X^~llSi"c>t; lo ?e>.
IWILL be fonnd in the South Carolina Col
lege buildings, in the Library.'from 10 s
m. to 12 m. JAMES D. TRADEWELL.
ALL -persons indebted to the COLUMBIA
PHOENIX, are requested to make ?mme
diate payment. In the future, the CASH SYS
TEM will be rigidly enforced.
may 2 JULIAN A. SELBY.
AUCTION SALES. -
By L- T. Levin.
JOSEPH SAMSON. SALESMAN. .
WILL be sold THIS DAY, (Wednesday,) 9th
inst., at 10 o'clock, opposite Dr. Geiger's
office, " .
The following article?
Balance Handle Knives and Forks, Crockery^
Brass Preserving Kettle, Corp Mill, Kitchen
Utensil.?, Pillows and Bolsters, Sterling Silver
Spoons and Cups.
An assortment of Jars, Ground Stoppers,
Bottles, ?kc, of all sizes, suitable for apotheca?
' Horse, Rockaway and Hirness complete.
Conditions made known at sale, may 10 I
Unlimited articles received until hoar of sale.
WILL sell, for Confederate currency, THIS
DAY, at ll o'clock, on Assembly street,
Bedsteads, Bureaos, Tables, Chairs.
Washstands, Looking Glasses.
Mattresses, Pillows, Comfort?, Blankets.
Plates, Dishes, Knives and Forks.
Shoes, Paper, Vases, Mantel Ornament?.
1 lot fine Clothing, 2 Sewing Machines.
1 Guitar, 1 large Music Box.
2 Wagon Covers, 1 sett Harness.
2 coils Rope, 1*6 Cotton Bags.
Together with a large assortment of Hauser
hold Utensils. _ may 10 T8*
Zealy & Scott
WILL sell THIS MORNING, at ll o'cloek, on
6 Plates, 5 Knives, balance handle.
6 German Silver Forks.
1 China Soup Tureen.
12 Cundle Glasses.
2 Tin Candlestands.
1 Corn or Grist Mill. . .
1 bundle Fringe, 1 lot Lamb's Wool.
7 Flower Pots. 1 Glass Mustard Pot?
1 box Lotto, 37 los. Lead.
I Marine Telescope, 1 Chronometer.
Terms cash in coin. may 10 1
Real Estate. . ;
By Jacob Cohen
WILL be sold, TO MORROW, the 11th inst, at
II o'clock, on the corner of Plain and Assem?
Ali that LOT OF LAND pn Sumter street,
immediately in rear of Fisher <& Heiaitsh'sdrug
9tore, measuring in front, on Sumter street, 62
feet by 210 feet in depth, be the same more or
A Northern Morgan Stallion, sound and tho?
roughly brok?; a Four-Horse Wagon, with iron
axles; a Tin Bathing Tub and a Black Broad?
Terms cash in Confederate money.
may 10 2*
Unlimited articles received on day o$ sale.
By Jacob Cohen.
ON THURSDAY next, 11th inst, nt ll o'clock,
at corner of Plain und Assembly streets,
will be poid, _
4 well broke Mules, in good order. '
Xgood Wagoo, . -
1 comp?ele set of Leather Harness-ami GhaW ;
Traces. Terras cash in eoia.. may * .8* ?
May be treated for nt private sale.
. ... . The Great Frederick.
The following is the address of Frederick the i *
Great io the Generals and higher officers; Be -
eember,4, 1757, before the battle neac Lui then:
"Gentlemen. yo? arenware that while I wa-v
obliged to stop the -progress of the French" and
Austrians, Prince Charles, of .Lothringen, ha?
succeeded in taking Senw'elrtdtz. beating the .
Duke of Bavaria, andr in making himself master
of Breslau-, the capital of my Silesia, and a
part of the. province, are thus "lost, together
with all the provisions and ammunition therein
contained, and my troubles would be very
great, if I placed not an unbounded confidence
in your courage, firmness and dova of your
coantry, which you have shown .on so many
1 acknowledge Jthese services rendered to eur
fatherland, and to nie, with the tenderest
emotions of my heartr "
There is almost not one among you who has
not distinguished himself by some great and
honorable deed; therefore, I flatter myself you
will fall short in nothing which the State has a
right to expect of your valor, if circumstanc e
demand it. This epoch approaches. I should
believe I had done nothing, if I left the Aus?
trians ic possession of Silesia; mark, therefore,
I shall, attack the army of Prince Charles al^
tbough nearly three limes stronger, wherever T
find it, sod in opposition to all the rules of tho
art of war.
At thia juncture, the number of th? enemy
ie not the question, nor the importance of- kia
position; for all this, I hope the strong hearts,
of my array, and the exact obedience to my
orders, will overcome. I must venture thia ;
blow, or everything is lost; we must at?nihilatc
the enemy, or his batteries will bury us. Thua
I intend to act. . Communicate my orders to all
the officers in the army, and prepare the pri?
vates for the work which must soon follow
informing them that I consider myself entitled
to unconditional discipline.' However, if you
remember that you are Prassians, you will cer?
tainly make yourselves worthy of this: prefer?
ence. If there should be one among you who
fears to divide with me all the danger, he can
obtain his dism'ssion to day, and without re?
ceiving irom me the leaec reproach. [-We fal?
low your Majesty unto death! Oural! and our
blood for our King! called out aloud the
officers, and the King proceeds.-]
Befare now, I was convinced that none of
you would foreake rae. I count, therefore, to -
tally, on your faithful - assistance, and on' th?
certain victory. Should I fal!, and not be nb!.j
to reward you, our fatherland must do it. Go,
now, into the camp, and repeat to your batta- -
lions what I have said. If any regiment of
horse should not fall upon the enemy at once,
as ordered, they shall, after the battle, dis?
mount, and be put into the garrison; and the
t attalion of foot,, which oaly hesitates one
minute, shall lose its standards, and sabres,
and the decorations from its uniforms, be it
whatsoever it may! Now, gentlemen, farewell.
Shortly we shall have either beaten the enemy,
or we shall never meet again!"
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