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By J. A. SELBY. . COLtJMBIA, S. C., FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 19, 1865. VOL. l.-NO. 43.
THE COLUMBIA PHOENIX,
PUBLISHED DAILY, EXCEPT ?UN PAY,
BY J01IAN A. SELBY.
Six months, $5
One- month, .... l
One square, (ten lines,) ene time, 50 eta
Subsequent insertions. . 35 cts
Special notic?e ten cents per line.
Look oat for Ooanterfeits!
There are maoy counterfeits of the
TJnited States Currency in curculation.
The following descriptions will enable
every one to detect them: 2s, imita?
tions are reported in circulation; 'poorly
done; 2a, altere*, from ls; portrait of
"Chase. 5", imitation; poorly done;
coarse. 5s, photographed-have a
blurred look; the paper <ifs stiffer and
heavier; signatures very heavy. 10s,
imitation, well executed, are reported
in circulation; there is DO Treasury
stamp upon the bilta. 10?, altered
from ls; vignette portrait of.Chase on
upper left; genuine have a portrait of
Mr. Lincoln. 20s, altered from 2P,
imitation; tbe head of Hamilton ?3
i-.oarse and blurred; otherwise excel?
lently done, and well calculated to
deceive. 6s, altered from 2$; vignette
portrait of Hamilton below the words
United States. In genuine ia above.
100*. imitation, 'lhe only point of
actual difference between the genuine
and counterfeit are these, in the upper
left corner are the words, 'Act of Feb?
ruary 25th, 1862.' In counterfeit the
'th' and the ornamental lines above
run into and touch the border; in the
genuine there is a clear space between.
Ou the right end of back of note there
arc fourteen small ovals, on the edge
of each oval the figures in the Lad
. ead oOli or inverted, whil<? on the
.' 'fe t.1 i?y UK' ?OT'. Tins ;? the reverse":
o? Vb ese figures iu the genuine; there
, it will be.i-een that otr the right band
they read 100, and on the left 001?
? These notes are well executed.
\Postage Currency: 25 cents, imita?
tion; poorly engraved and on poor
paper. 50 cents, imitation; poorly
done; the heads of Washington are
blurred and are not alike. 5 cents and
15 cents, imitation; poorly printed.
50s, new issue, are now in circulation.
Coupons: Counterfeit coupons, dated
March 1, 1S65, for $12.50. in the
similitude of 10-40 five per cent.
United States ?500 bonds, have been
offered at different United States de?
7.30 bonds: Some of these are in
circulation with the coupons cut off,
and are offered as currency. Without
coupons they are of no value until
mature. Refuse alf such.
FEARFUL MARIXK DISASTER.-The
Merchants' Exchange of New York
bulletins the following:
'The ship William Nelson, Capt.
Smith, from Antwerp, June 4, of and
for New York with passengers, was
bumed on the banks of Newfoundland
on the lit inst. About thirty of her
passengers were picked np and taken
to St. John, N. F. The boats, with
crew, ?fcc, are missing, and it is sup?
posed that 400 lives have been lost.'
A despatch from Montreal, dated
July 7, says: Capt. Alton, of the
steamship Moravian, gives the follow?
The Associated Press boatman, at
Cape Race, reported that the steamer
Meteor, belonging to J. <fc W. Stew?
art, arrived at St. John's, on Friday,
with forf.v of the passengers and crew
of the ship William Nelson, taken
from the burning wreck on the 3anks
ol Newfoundland. The William Nel?
son sailed iront Flushing for New York
with Gurman emigrants on board.
Before the Meteor reached the burn?
ing vessel all the boats bad put off
full of passengers and crew, but none
of the boats had been beard of. As
far as Captain Alton could learn there
were upward of four hundred passen?
ger:: on byard whtn the ves&el sailed.
William Y. Ripley, Esq?, of Rut?
land, Vermont, has in his possession
an ingenious-contrived torpedo, made
to exactly resemble a large lump oF
coal. This was the artful contrivance
employed with so much success by
the rebels in blowing up transports on
the Mississippi, and it suspected
that the awful disaster of.the Sultana
waa accomplished by one of these dia?
AFINE stock of DRUGS and MEDI?
CINES just received by
H. SOLOMO??<fc CO.,
Assembly street, West, below plain.
COLUMBIA, S. C., JULY 12, 18C5.
AMEETING of Stockholders of this
Bank will be held at Mr. C. J. Bol
lin's dwelling house, on MONDAY next,
the 17th inst-, at ll o'clock a. m.. for elect?
ing a President and Directors of the Bank,
and for other purposes.
july 13 ALEX. LAUGHLIN, Cashier.
Change of Schedule.
?Mjrr-tt w, PASSENGERS for Kingsville
and Charleston are informed,
that in consequence of a change of sclied-'
ule on the W ihn i tipton and Manchester
Railroad, the CARRYALLS from the Shi?
ver House will leave Columbia hereafter
on Monday, Weduesdoy and Friday, at 5
5 p. m. j nly 12 5*
BOOTS, SHOES AM) TRUNKS !
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
STOCK REPLENISHED WEEKLY by
^ the New York steamers. Purchases
are being made in Philadelphia, New York
and Boston, by Mr. Dunham, of the firm
of Dunham. Taft A Co., and will be sold at
the old established stand, 250 King street,
rtjg* ^/he.-BIG2?.QQT,-at -~ay rsSoClAkbra
prices; where the public and all his old
friends are invited to call and inspect for
themselves. T- M. BRISTOL,
Sign of the Big Boot,
Bend of King street, Charleston, S. C.
July 13 tu* .
THOMAS C. VEAL,
Architect and Civil Engineer,
WILL furnibh plans, specifications and
personal supervision, with all ne?
cessary details for rmblic buildings, dwell?
ings; cottages, bridges, ?tc, for city or
country. Survey? for city lot^made on
application. Office at A. R. Pr?ips', Be?
dell's Row. July 6 ws3*
HARDY SOLOMON & CO.
HAVE just received and opened a lot
of BEAUTIFUL CALICOES.
A lot of Gentlemen's FELT HATS,
And BROWN DENIMS, for childrens'
wear. H. SOLOMON A CO.,
West sid? A.ssembly street,
Between Plain and Washington streets.
PER STEAMER GRENADA'
"V1 ?x Gr rantoy I
ALARGE stock of French CORSETS.
Ladies'SHOES, HOSIERY and PA?
RASOLS. Call at
H. SOLOMON A CO.'S,
Vssembly street, West, below Plain.
Change of Schedule on the Wil?
mington and Manchester Railroad.
SUMTER, JULY 10, 18G5.
ON and after July 10, trains will run
tri-weekly over this road, as follows:
Leave Kingsville every Tuesday, Thurs?
day and Saturday, at 4 45 a. m., for Pee
Dee and all stations on the Cheraw nml
Darlington and North-eastern Railroad
passengers reaching Charleston same n ?gilt.
Returning-Arrive at Kingsville every
Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 8.42
p. m., from any of the points indicated
above. HENRY M. DUANE,
Jul}- 14 12 General Superintendent.
Gen. Snp ts Office C- & S. C. R.R.,
CHESTER, JULY ii, lRt55.
UNTIL further notice, trains will be run
daily on this road, as follows:
Leave Chai lotte at 8 a.m.; arrive at
Adgea's about 4 p. m. Leave Adger's at
7 a. m.; arrive in Charlotte about 3 p. m.
July 6 12 JAL\ ANDERSON, Sup'f.
. Do J?ot Buy,
Oft Viet or Dry,
Unti} you Try
Tile JS^-to?lXL of
ZEALY, S1TT & BRIMS,
TX/HObcr. rmslestly, but earnestly, to
* T inform ou( few friends and rnuny
customers that ;fre have bought, and are
daily receiving, 'jew stocks of
A few of which*fe? *"-5c aa
Lpngcloths and ly!?!''' tjr??t?'<-.,
Gentlemen's and^e? Kerchiefs,
Of the finest Limn Cambric;
Pougee Handkerchiefs and Corsets.
Tapes of Liueu,-?Hipes of Cotton,
Bareges of all tin colors;
Veils of gloriouP'jStv-nadino,
Calicoes of rainbv^' patterns;
Cotton Spools ani Sewing Needles,
Figured Spencer*, ?nest Muslins,
And the lovelie^jof all Hoop Skirts..
For the misse?1, p.-j dens and mothers
All who cherish tl -aoant faucies
Of cool walking this hot weather.
In the above, : se reader wdl eeo Inat we
have copied dire'aly fr^m "Fiue as a Fid
dh?" a new pod Jny Longfellow;
Written with a ti>r"rS?<?a y?t1>l';c. \
O'er a bottle, in X^iiar, f
Where he grew ?"^ - r.pi???? ' .
Why sbouldF' j u>
You ask, why?" ;
Recause y OM can*^ help it-on ty fry
Come and dn?
Lor>k at, try, an'eel and rit,
These Hat. ot ?traw!
These lovely L?.H-?' Hats of Straw,
Ladies' lovely liMs o'' Straw; j
Misses' lovc'y IT's of St raw.
Loveiy Misse*' Siats of Straw,
SVhit," an ". ? lark.
And hh.< > ? . whit.-.
Tue be?L :o f : Sfe.best for sig!:t.
And, issttv*' .'t?,"3-:.?n,t > ii.hamr hack,
j For hti?e y,- j^.or th 71.' uud ti ats,
V? e'\ ? got tri?""?Trwt"fncing~rj KT'
Hat? of Brown Linen and Hats of Straw,
Hats of Black, ?sd Brown, and White, !
Felt as apfc=<ijr??quiHrel'3 paw.
' TUttt yyfe^Wf?e W?b* touch delight,
An o^HntT7%ry,fcathcr in weight,
Beca.'?w.o? their very smallness, great!
. '^JfyiU--verr?n.-.* , .
r * Sa*3;etfcjZ<^l.v, *.-ott <t Bruna!
Corne and view.
TSr^?^yi'wr own eye?,
<','Out. ?fteap and new
"In theiname of the Prophet''
Sugar Crushed and Sugar Brown;
Candles Tallo \ Candles Sperm;
Soap of Turp- atine for Orson,
Toilet Soap for Valentine;
Raisins, Almonds. Nutmegs. Tea Caktjs,
' Crackers, Cheeses, Tea and Coffee,
Pepper Black, and English Mustard,
Aud, to muk? the mass consistent.
Add we starch ucto the schedule!
Right through the ruins, fearless -aa mar?
Money in pocket, down lo headquarters
Ladies' Bootee*, Misses" Bootees,
Ladies' Gaiters and Children's Shoes.
Wc shall show
! To all we know.
.That, with Kerosine Oil and Lamps,
The very best Liquors in town!
Champagne in quuts and pints.
Champagne Cider, first quality;
Claret and Port and Sherry fine, '
And the best Madeira Wine;
Old Bourbon, J^oo,
With John Barleycorn, thc boy in blue.
Read on belo*-,
And you shall know.
Mow ciieap and good our goods shall go!
Toilet Powder, Combs und Brushes,
Strings for Violin aud Guitar,
Collars full and fancy Neek-tie9,
Brushes British, Brushes Yankee,
For thc teeth as for thc cranium.
By the way.
Let us say.
Xever tell us. "isa, yon wont;"
Try the article so nice,
Vulgarly, the dentriiice,
. Known to all the world as
S OZ O J) ONT.
Hav ng adjusted your hair and purilieJ
your ti?th and gums,
j Wc will and can.
Sell you tho choicest Palmetto Fan.
j Before you buy.
Of wi t or dry,
Come and trv
Tbetitock ol Zonly, Scott and Brun?,
Assembly ctrcet Ju iv ll 5
JUST received from thc country?, lOO lb.V
fresh BUTTER. For sale by
july 13 HARDY SOLOMON & CO.
Headquarters Military District of
CHARLESTON, S. C. 'ULY 6, 1SG5.
GEb/kRAL ORDERS NO. 69.
ANY officer or soldier having in his
possession captured or abandoned
property cf anv description, will, on the
demand of T. C. CALLICOTT, Esq.. Sup.
SpT A?ent U. S. Treasury Department, de?
liver the same to him.
Means of Transportation held by the
Quartermaster's Department, the" neces?
sary Dook?, Storehouses and Offices, with
the Furniture pertaining to the same, willi
be retftined by ?he l\ltfitr.i y ti "J .'
B \.. taWapC' Bv command or * ;
Brevet.Maj. Gen. JOHN P. HATCH. j
LEONARI? B. PKKKY, Ass't Adj't Cen. ,i
4 July 14 6 J
Hcaduarters Military District oft
CHARLESTON, S. C., JULY 5, 1865. :
^TOTICE is hereby given tc all con- i
jJN cerned, that all claims for tm poshes j
sion of propert y, whether real or personal,
in temporary use of the military Authori?
ties of the United Slates within this Dis?
trict, will be adjudicated by the Courts to
be established under General Orders, No.
102, Headquarters Department of .the
South, wWi -a final a?|>t??8 tp'iic Cuni- '
i ?a1 der 'pi . Tje->artuK-n*. >>pe?c"?ii..avU:u j
Kl J il v*il '"" 1 t<?v eiaiina Wi personal
p'Yip?siy,'stt/ih a-: ramages, harness, horses,
et.. The Government does not desire to
retain possession of the property".of loyal
citizens. By command of
Brevet. Maj. Gen. JOHN P. HATCH.
LEONARD B. PERKY, ASS'? Adj't Gen'l.
Official: JOHN WALTON, Lieut, ?ftd Post
; K?yt, Columbia; S. C. July ll 6
Headq'rs 1st Proyisional Brigade,
COLUMBIA, S. C., JULY 7, 18C5.
i CIRCULA -V.
\\7HEKEA3 in many cases colored
V people '?re declining to nuke tlvj |
ties' coi. tracts tm labor that can be'ofFered i
them, tni' many, a-fteK makiri" con
?. ?i-i, -JV*- koj.jy.r ri?:ii*. iu'.'>?i*>leav- |
i: : their places whenever tb,cy like:
j lt is hereby ordered that those refusing j
i to make fair contracts,'or leaving their
places without consent, of military com?
manders or their employers, to the det.ri- I
meut of tho crops, snail be put to bard I
labor by the military authorities. All j
I desiring to visit the troops, or to visit Co- j
lurubia, Orangeburg or Fort Mette, will j
obtain a written pass from their employ j
crs, without -vliich pass they will be nt. !
once arrested; if they come to enter crom- I
plaints, they will be set right, if such j
complaints prove true; or punished for i
making groundless complaints.
A. S. HARTWELL,
Br?vct Bric- Gen. Comm'dg.
By order of N. HAUGHTON,
Lieut Col. Comm'dg Post. j
JOHN WALTON, Lt. and Post Adj't !
Headq'rs Northern District Depart
ment of the South,
COLUMBIA. S. C., JUNE 27, 18G5.
GENERA L OMERS NO. --.
ON and after thc date of this order, all
telegraph lines in thia District are
placed under the control of the military
Any telegraph operator failing to give
precedence to military over civil de?
spatches, both in receiving and transmit?
ting the same, will be considered guilt}'of
military misdemeanor, and punished by
sentence of a militaay court, or at the
discretion of the nearest militar}' corn
raauder. By command of
Brevet Maj. Gen. J. P. HATCH.
(Signed,) LEONARD B. PERRY.
June 28 15 Ass't Adjutant General.
THE TEEMS OF PARDON.
Proclamation by the President of the
United States of America.
Whereas the President of the United
SUtes, oa the 8th day of December. A. D.
ISt'if?, and on the 26th day of March, A. D.
lsr>4, with the object to suppress the ex?
isting rebellion, to induce all persons lo
return to their loyalty and to restore the
authority of the United States, issue pro?
clamations offering amnesty and pardon to
Certain persons who had, directly or by
implication, participated in the said rebel?
lion; and whereas many persons, who ha.l
so engaged in said rebellion, have, since
the issuance of said proclamation, failed
or neglected to take the benefits offered
thereby; and whereas many persons, who
have been justly deprived of nil claim to
amnesty and pardon thereunder by reason
of their participation, directly or by im?
plication, in said rebellion and continued
hostility to thc Government of the United
States since the dwte of said proclamation,
now desire to apply for aud obtain arnucs
ty anil pardon: j
T> the cud, therefore, tbs* tbs smbe-nty
of 'tr?e Government of tho Guiled States
'rnav b<> restored, and that peace, order and
freedom may be established. If Andrew
Johnson. President ot the United Staten,
do proelaira snd declaro that I hereby
grant to all p?<roons who have directly or
indirectly participated in the existing
rebellion, except ?e hereinafter excepted,
amnesty and pardon, with restoration of
all rights of property, except as to slaves,
and except in cases where legal proceed?
ings, under thc Jaws of the United States
providing for thc confiscation of property
of persona engaged in rebellion, have been
instituted, but on tho condition, neverthe?
less, that every such person shall take and
subscribe the following oath or affirma- ?
lion, and thencefojward keep and main?
tain Hai-' unth iuyjodate, ard wu'r.h ?n/.h.
r.':3*'' '?? i ?' * te* ... fi>? . vt nv -t pr?ser?
vation, and t-hatl be of tne tenor ead effect
following, to wit:
i, ---, -if solemnly rwesr or
'affirm, in presence of Almighty God. that
I will henceforth faithfully sopport nod
defend the Constitution of the I r ited
States and thc Union of tue Statea^thure
under, and that I wu in ;ik- manaer
abide hy and faithfully bj"?port ali laws
and proclamations which havt been made
daring the existing rebellion with refer
?nee to the enfant,ipatior. <? (?lave?. So
kelp me God.
The following clT,3 of persons sie er
empted from the beuehtt cf thia procla
?aat'on: . "j,
let. A! W 'i. '? . , -fna'. .a a h'^eo,
prctuniiv * fiv?! . ' :? ..?tuii. i * ...ttv' -ra,
.'<ir.'.''-ti1' .-.> !'? >n . ae-ita <.t
the pret-nded Confederate Govercme.Bl
2d- Alt who left judicial slatiom t.mier
the tinited States to aid in the rebeba- u
3d. All who shall hace been military r
naval offieera of said pr?t- nd*?d Confe.le
rate Government above tb" rank of colonel
in th? army or lieutenant in th<> navy.
.Ith. All who left seats ia the ?ongrona
of thc United States to aid the rebellion.
6th. AU who resigned or tender*"! v-.-ag
nail.ms of their commissions in the army
or navy of tho United States to evaiie d>\ty . .
in resisting thc rebellion.
6th. All who have engaged iu any way
in treating otherwise titan lawfully ap pia
! sOners of war persons found in the United
Sr?t 's service, as officers, soldiers, seamen
'???ir -a--i.b?r f.-^s'dtv-X, '
7th. Al! persons who have been or ar?
abeentccs from the Utnto-1 States f"r the
purpose of aiding th? rebellion.
8th. All military ami naval officers in
thc rene! aerviee who* wer?: educated by
tim Government in the Military Academy
ut Weal Point or the Unsted Stutts Naval
Otb. All persons w'iohc? the pretended
offices of Gove: <-r nf.Statua in insurrec?
tion against the United >.tj'<-s.
10th. All persons v.di < Vi their homes
within the jurisd'etion and p"otection of
the UnitVil States, and passed beyond the
Federal military lines int?? the eo*V:alled
Confederate States for thc purpose of aid
ing tim rebellion.
l\th. Al! persons who.have been en?
gaged in tb?: destruction.of the eommerce
of the United States upon thc high seas,
and who li; vc made raiJs into tho United
States from Canada, or been ?"igaired in.
destroying thc commerce of the United
States upon the lakes aid river< that,sepa?
rate the british provinces i"vu the United
12th. Ali perons wko. at the timi when
th cv seek to obtain the benefits hereof by
taking tito oath herein prescribed, are ia
military, naval or civil confinement or
custody, or under bonds of (he civil, mili?
tary or naval authorities ol agents of the
United State?, as prisoners of war or per?
sons detained for offences of any kind,
cither before or after conviction.
13th. AU persons who have voluntarily
participated in said rebellion, and thc esti?
mated value of whose taxable property is
over twenty thousand dollars.
14th. All persons who have.taken thc
oath of amnesty as prcscr-bed in the Pre?
sident's proclamation of December 8, A.
i). ltSCo, or an oath of alegiance ?to tho
Government of the UuitedlStates since the
date of said proclamation, and who la ve
not thenceforward kept a nd maintained
the same inviolate.
Provided, that special application may
bc made to the Presidentfor pardon hy
any person belonging lo thc excepted
classes, and such clemency will bc libe
rally extended as may be consistent with
tho facts of the case und thc peace and
dignity of the United States.
Tho Secretary of State will establish
rules and regulations for administering and
recording the said amnesty oath, so ns to
insure its benefit to the people pud guard
the Government against fraud.
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set
my hand and caused tho seal of the
United Stat? 8 lo be affixed.
Doue at thc city of Washington, thc 291b
day of May, in the year of our bord
1SC'5, and of the independence of the
United States the eighty-ninth.
By Hm. Pr?sident:
WM." H. SSW.?.KT?, Secretary of Tlate