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THE DAILY IBM I'll (KMX.
Daily Paper $10'a Year. "Let our Just Censure ^li^^^^^^^^^^^^ Attend the True Event'"" Tri-Wcekly $7 a Tear.
BY J. A. SEL?Y. * COLUMBIA. S. C., TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 3,' 1865. Y<fc. T-NO *ft? fl
THE PHONIX,
PUBLISHES DAILY A>'D THI-WEEKLY,
BY JULIAN A. SELBY
TFRMS-IN ADVANCE,
srrt3CRiiTiox.
Daily Taper, six montlts.'.$3 OU
Tri-Weekly, " ' " . <5 50
Single cepi?s 10 rents.
ADrKTrrisEiivi^TS
Insertud at il per square for th? first in?
sertion, and 75 cents for each subsequent.
iB-rSpccial r.oticos 15 cents a line.
THE \VIBZ TUIAL-PITIABLE SCENE.
The Military Commission assornl-Jed
at 10 a. m., yesterday, and con?
tinued the trial of the late rebel
Captain Henry Wirz. All of the mem?
bers of the Court.wore present, also
tliQ Judge Advocate, and Mr. Schade
for the prisoner. The reading of
Thursday's proceedings Was conclud?
ed at 11.45 a. m., when the prisoner
was brought into court, and resumed
his place on the sofa. A greater num
of ladies were present than ou any
former day.
Judge Advocate Colonel N. P.
Chipman informed tho Court that he
had received a letter from Mr. "Baker, .
one of the accused's counsel, who
stated that he would not be present
to-clny, and that Mr. Schade, ids
associate counsel, would conduct the
trial on the part of the accused.
After the usual testimony as to tho i
horrible treatment of the prisoners
had been gone throngh with, and |
Sergeant John W. Cray.' of the j
Seventh Indiana Cav.dry, had testi- ]
lied, the prisoner, Wir/., raised him- \
self on his hand and knees on the !
sofa, and, addressing the witness,
said: "You did not seo me there!"
Tito Judge Advocate here asked the |
accused to rise to his feet, so that the ;
witness cotild see him. This thepri-i
soner, with apparent agony, succeed- I
cd in doing, when lie again addressed !
the witness, saying: '.'You never saw
me there. Look good!' Make sure.*'
The witness, hesitatingly, .'aid he bc- j
lieved he was tho man. The prisoner
here beeam? perfectly frantic, and ap- j
peared to be in agony from'head to I
foot, when tiie counsel mid the guard >
induced him to lie seated, the counsel. 1
Mr. Scha'de, telling him it would be j
all right. Tlie acense'd (drawing 1
quick and heavy breaths) replied ?
hysterically: "I know it will, but, O, ?
Clod!" He was here handed his bottle
of stimulants, cud given a drink of i
water, and the prison .doctor, Mr.
Ford, sent for. The accused was taken
into au adjoining room.
[ Washington Cor. Ncc York Times.
NOTICE.
Ajj. persons holding claims for HOUSES ''
purchased fur Gen. Hampton's eaval- j
ry, in February last, w-11 present their
vouchers on or before ?lie ?-~ tl i October
next. Vouchers mav bc left with THEO.
STARK, Esq. JOHN ?. SLOAN, j
Sent 2U 4 Quartermaster-Gen'l, S. C.
?XTM FAMILY FLOUR! ~
T)? SPECK & POLOCK.
J > Sept 2G
CALNAN & KEEUDER,
COMMISSI') X XOBCIIA XTS,
"XXTHOLESALE dealers in GROCERIES.
Vt WINES, LIQUORS a:ul ??ECAES.
Especial attention paid to the purchase and
sale of COTTON. 3IEROMANDI/.E ?nd
PRODUCE. Gervais str-ej. b rtweeu ."?iain
and Assembly, opposit State House.
Sept 2.i Imo
LOT AND BPJCKPORSiiLE. '
THE ttndersigned offers for sal :hisLOT,
containing three-quarters of an acre,
and about 120,000 tirst-quality BRICKS.
Sold cheap, if applied for immediaterv. Ap
plv to JOHN McCULLY or E. J. ARTHUR.
Sept. 28_
At Home Again!
1M TOB TA XT TO Ml 1. L 0 IVNETiS.
IW ILL PATCH, ALTER and REPAIR
STEAM BOILERS, within fifty miles of
this place: also, do any heavy or particidar
MILL FORGING. I may he" lound by ap
plying at this office. S. J. PERRY.
Sept 24__
Wagon for Sale.
AN excellent Iron-axle FOUR-HORSE
WAGON, with body, all in good order.
Am.lv at TOWNSEND A NORTH'S Book?
store". - Sept .il? Vi
House to Rent.
A part of a good and commodious
?Sft HOUSE in a pleasant location. Pos
JSuLsession given immediately. Apph ai
the residence of the undersigned, Winn
street, near the Charlotte Depot.
Oct 1 2 WM. SHEPHERD.
For the Legislature.
J. H. BOATWRIGHT,
WM. WALLACE,
JOHN H. KINSLEIt,
W. ll. TALLEY. Got 1 1
For the Legislature.
Thc following gentlemen arc suggested
as lit persons to represent Richland Dis
trici in the nest General Assembly:
WM. WALLACE. I WM. K. BACHMAN,
WM. H. TALLEY, | JAS. G. OIBBES.
Sept 2S .*
FOR STATE SENATOR
The many friends of E. J. ARTHUR, m
consideration of his past valuable serrices,
beg leave respectfully to nominate him for
re-election to tho ofticc of SENATOR from
Richland District, at the ensuing election.
Sept 27
For Congress.
Wc are au'Jiorizcd to announce JAMES
FARROW, Esq., of Spartanburg, as a can?
didate to represent, in thc Congress of the
United States, the Fourth Congressional
District, comprising the Districts of An?
derson, Picken?', Greenville, Laurens, Spar?
tanburg, Union, York and Chester.
Sept MO_"
"FO^^O?GRESS.
The friends of GEO. D. TILLMAN. Esq.,
respectfully announce him a candidate for
CONGRESS, at the ensuing election, in tho
Third District, embracing Orangebnrg,
E<ige?ie?.d, Lexington, Abbeville, Newberry,
Richland and Fairfield. Sop't 28*
-:
To thc Voters o? Orangebarg, Eil~r
?lcld, Abbeville, JTcvrbCrry, Lexing?
ton, ii.iclil.md and Fairfield..
FEIVLOW-CITIZINS: Alter much hesitation,
? have consented to bc put in nomhiation
for vi nu- Representative hi thc Congress <>f
thc United States. I publish this card, be?
cause the District is so large and the time
b'efore th? election so short ;hat I could
not. ir' 1 desired, canvass the Distiictf. 1!' a
canvas** were possible, however, I do not
think it becoming or desirable*. In my
judgment, t ! i i is no time for a scramble for
office. It seems to mc that no one proper?
ly impressed with thc solemnity of the
crisis, and thc delicacy and importance of
the duties to be discharged, could seek thc
position merely for tho gratification of per?
sonal ambition. For myself, I declare that
I have no wish but to serve the State.
In 17.SS, South Carolina, through a con?
vention of her people, became one of thc
United States. She remained amcrnbero!
! the Union until December, IS!}.'), when,
I through another i onvention of her people.
: she repealed tho Ordinance of 17.SS, seccd
' ed from the United States, and with vcr
I tai:? other sister Statescntered intoanothei
government known aa the Confederate
Government. We believed that we had tin
1 right to secede and. tbat.'onr security re?
quired its exercise in co-operation with otu
Southern sisters. South Carolin;., in 1M52
proclaimed by solemn ordinance the righi
of secession. It had long been thc scttlei
opinion of thc State that she was sovcreigi
and entitled to all the rights of sovereignty
j she asserted self-government in ord?r ti
1 .--..cure lier institutions and principles fron
i great evils, believed to bc imminent. Sc
i cession was in thc nature of a proceedin.?
I quia liiiui. lt was conceived in the spirit <>
j self-preservation-not to injure others bu
to save ourselves. It cannot bc necessary
to sav that J am otic of thos? who believi
that it was an honest effort for honorabli
purposes. The United States Governnicn
denied thc right of secession and wager
war upon the Confederate States, whiel
I stood upon thc defensiv.'. A terrible WK:
i of invasion and di solation followed, au<
finally the Confederate States vere over
whelmed by force of numbers and dissolved
At the end of the war the State ol' Souti
Carolina found thc Confederacy broken np
her citizens who survived thc terribh
ordeal exhausted ami impoverished, hoi
instit niions destroyed, and the whole cont:
try occupied by thc military forces of tin
United states." Under these painful cir
enmstances, the President of the Unitci
States invited the States lately composing
the Confederacy to re-organize their gov
ernments and restore then: connection witl
the Constitution and Government of Un
United States, upon certain conditions-, th<
principal of which was an acquiesence i:
tho abolition of slavery, which had beei
accomplished by the i?ilitaiv authorities
Thc State, wisely in my judgment,respond
ed favorably to tho invitation. It is trm
that the mere issue of battle does not prov?
right any more than did the old "wager o
battle;" but it -Iocs prove power which can
not l?e disregarded. A Provisional ('.over
nor was appointed, who called another con
vention Of the people, which has latch
repealed tho Ordinance of S. cession, ant
by an article in the St-ile Constitution
recognized the abolition of slavery and pro
hibited its re-< stablisluncnt. By repeal
ing that of Secesi?n, the Ordinance o
1788, through which South Carolina be?
came' a member of tho Union, waa ijm
facto revived, and we are thia day in tin
Union precisely as we became in 178M, and
remained up io 1860.
Wc are now in a very anomalous position.
Relying upon the good faith and patriotic
intentions of the President of thc United
States, we have done all that was required
of us to restore our old relaftons to the
Constitution and the Union; but stilt we
have not been received into fellowship at
Washington. That important part of thc
plan of reconstruction remains yet to bc
accomplished. It is understood that a
party will oppose thc President's plait of
reorganizing tin- States and giving to tlumi
equality of rights, and will insists upon still
farther despoiling and crushing the States
of the South as conquered provinces. This
radical fanatical party opposed our leaving
the Union, and nowtliey oppose our return?
ing to it. When we were in the Union, they
abused us on account of slavery. They
waged war upon us because we triad to
separate from them, and now that we pro?
pose to return without slavery, they ?til!
object. In this emergency, tin-state need*
the Resistance of all h-.r true men. Much
remains to bc dene, and not thc lca>t is tu
secure a prudent, faithful and patriotic
representation in Congress, to assist and
forward the work of restoration which the
State has e immcnced. 1 arrogate not tu
myself litiiess to form part of such a rep?
resentation, bat friends have urged me for?
ward, cud if yon are willing to try mo, I
will give my best efforts.
In some respects, we are at the beginning
of our policy, as if wo were a new State
abie.it to assume new relations with our
sister States; but we must never allow our?
selves to forget that in other respects we
are an old State-a State having antece?
dents a name to maintain and a history to
preserve. Whatever may betide us in thc
uncertain future, the past, at least, is se?
cure. South Carolina has never swerved
from the path of honor, as she conceived it.
Wo have a record of which none need be
ashamed; and when any apostate son
bois disclaims or disparages it, -may she
eas; him ont as unworthy of her. Tin
devotion of every true sou ol'the State
adheres in adversity as well as in pros?
perity -is lov-t! through evil as well as
through good report; and in thc midst of
thc greatest misfortunes^"sticketh closer
thay a bi-otlu-r."'
A.tur the delegations from the Southern
States ?hall have been received into Con?
gress, many do!ieat?*and hupoitant duties
will devolve upon them, especially in refer?
ence to the freedmen of tba South, and the
control which Congress, or a party in Con?
gress, may desi:-* >tir t.i ri'Iso over
them. It may not be improper, in this
connection, to say that, whilst I have ap?
proved the course of the State in seeking
to restore her obi relations with the Govern?
ment of thc United States, it has been upon
the faith and expectation that the State, as
soon ai reconstructed, is to lun e entire
<- )e.h-ol of the whole subject o? her domes?
tic affairs. The State, and the State alone,
must bo left to decide to whim she will
give the right of suffrage or omer political
rights. A new code n&ir mus? b? enacted
to ] rotect and govern the popdation lately
made frc-,'-to prevent idleness, vagrancy.
: pauperism saud erimo. lani soi prophet
? enough t.> foresee whether we ran succeed,
but i solemnly believe it will !>? impossible
to live in tho country at all unies the State
? has e\e!usive""contv.>l of the wlolc subject.
I have lope that thiswillbc permitted,and
i t hink it is ia accordance wth our inte?
rests and true policy t > su:;:".ii thc Presi
dent and thc democratic pa'ty in their
efforts to restore tho states r thru' posi?
tion of ?equality and to giro $unu conni
rights in the Government.
With these views, if the voters of the
District think that I can serve them or the
Stat-.- in this critical emergencj, 1 will do
my best for them; but 1 have JO high a
sense of my own incompetency iud of thc
.diHiculties and responsibilities i the posi?
tion, to solicit it br a personal Mnvass.
SAMUEL MiGOWAN.
Ai..-'.::vit.:.r. C. ii., Sept. 27, 1H5.
I> ASKETS CHAMPAGNE Heidsiek.
> PICKLES, SAUCES. MUSTARD.
. UNGLISH DAIRY CHEESE.
A hue lot of MISSES' SHOES.
Ali as sortment of TOYS, CANDIES, Ac. At
T\ irv n >iJ f v -i , ; rv i,. 'I SA -J
?88EMBLY STREET. WESTSIDE,
Oct 1 2 One door North of Market.
Security Insurance Company of
New York.
CASU CAPITAL PAID I.X C*1T000,000.
KISKS taken at reasonable rates bv
EUTSON LEE * CO., Agents,
Sept 21 J6 Assembly street.
Court of Common Meas and General
Sessions, Richland District.
COLUMBIA, s. C.-, SEPTHMBKR 2'.?, is<;:,.
nnHE Jurors summoned forOctober Tenn
I aro excused from attendance.
By ..riler: 1>. B. MILLEU.
Sept .ll) C Clerk of Court.
Railroad Iron, Mill Iron, F?ncing
AND
FENCINGS OE EV KUY VARIETY.
TITHE Petersburg Iron Works aro pre
JL pared to furnish every description of
thc above named at Northern prices. Or?
ders ?itt with W. A. HARRIS, Agent, or
JACOB LEVIN, Auctioneer and Commis?
sion Agent, will meet with prompt atten?
tion. Sept 9 ila
THE undersigned, having just complot?e
COMMISSION SALES-ROOMS, situah
adjoining the ('our House, is prepared
ESTATE; EU UNIT?. IE, HOUSES. VEHIC'
VATE SALE..
Having seemed the services of Mr. C. F.
?.>r Jii- ^ualificationf" n this line of busbies
faction in all transar entrusted to his (
As soon as the nee? ?ary arrangements c
tem of REGULAS W, EELY SALES, which
sons desirous of disp; ing of MEECHAND
_ JAME
usic! Music!
1 AAA CH< >I; r- ^TEW and POPULAR
AA/V/V./ PIECES for thc Piano, com?
prising Songs, Waltzes, Polkas, Schot?
tisches, Quicksteps. Marches, Ac.
AT.SO.
INSTRUCT!. !N 1 ?OOXS fi >r Piano, G nitar,
Melode?n, Elute, Organ. Violin, Ac.
We are abundantly prepared tt> wholesale
to teachers, merchants und others. C;?-sh
orilers will receive prompt attention. Cata?
logues ?timis!.ed on application. Address
T< ) \V S S ! : N D'& Nt HIT i 1.
Si pt '?'_".ouksellcr*.
STOLEN.
FROM ray st?hle, on Wcdnesdav
Zr^-l night, thc 27th September, a small
X3.SAY MARE, ?ri rair order: had hal?
ter on; just broke ti? ride; four M ats old;
handsome; trots rough. I !\opo some kind
friend will take her np, and take the thief.
1 will pav we'll for trouble, ?Vc. .
.>. 1). PENLEY,
Cedar Creek. Richland District, S. C.
SCS" Winnsboro News publish thr ee times
int*, semi bili to this office Sept :>ii
FROM my premises, t>n the i'd
nstnnt, a medium-sized Dav Mure
_MULE, blind it. right eye and both
tore neufs split. She was taken by a black
man namSd Jerry, formerly n slave of Mr.
John"Beard, of this place, -?is right arm
is artificial, and he wears u glov? eu the
hand. 1 suppose him to be about Charles-"
Lon. S. C., or Augusta, Ga. i will give
a reward '?d FIFTY DOLLARS for his
arrest and delivery to proper antuonty, and
a liberal reward ?'wr the recovery o? the
Hi??o. S. ?SLOAN,
Sept 22 10* Columbia, s. c.
Fifty Dollars Reward. -
STOLEN from me a line BAY
HOUSE, supposed to h.- between
14 r.nd I") hands' high, large dish
face, star in thc forehead, left eyc
I lash torn off, which keeps his eye-ball fret
. ted and has caused a sp<:t in the eye-yet
? his sight is good; one hiiuVfool ?vhite, a
' small wind-gall on his withers, a large
, neck, thin body, very dark mane and tad.
j Any person knowing oT such a horse vnll
i please address mc at Chick Springs, Grccn
i ville District, an I I will sen?! for the hors.
and send thu reward,
j Scpt27S* HARRINGTON HAWKINS.
j J. M. BlaKely and G. ?. Copeland
HAVE this day entered into copartner?
ship, for the purpose of transacting a
I general COMMISSION BUSINESS, under
I the style and name of BLAKELY A COPE
i LANI). Thev will give their best attention
to the sah- and purchase of COTTON, as
! well as other things- consigned tb their
caye. Thev have ample store*room and
i will take charge of cotton, and sell hera,
I Charleston ;>r New York, as may be desired.
'Store and office on Main street, comer of
' Bonndarv, near Cotton Town. Columbia, S.
C. BLAKELY A COPELAND.
I 9SB " Charleston < oMrweopy six limes and
forward bill to this office. Sept 21
? UQU088,
GROCERIES AND DRY GOODS,
CONSTANTLY on hand, and at the-LOW
.' EST MARKET PRICES, ; tine and
varied assortment of
LIQUORS.
GROCERIES
AND DUT GOODS.
Bes ; ] it ) URI 'ON WHISKEY bv the barro!,'
gallon or bv bottle.
SIMONS' & KERRISON,
"Assembly street, opposite Cathedral.
Sept ll ' Imo
Ly is???? & W?m,
?Auction and Commis'n Merchant?
AND FORWARDING AGENTS,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
HATING built a large Store-house in tho
, most central part of the city and.con?
venient to the different Railroads and
Hotels, solicit consignments of COUNTRY
PRODUCE and MERCHANDIZE generally.
We promise faithful and prompt attention
to all who may favor us with their ship?
ments for sair, forwarding or storing.
ur.FRUE^cr.s.
Hen. T. C. PERRIN, Abbeville, S. C.
H. T. PEAKE, Ksq.. Charleston, S. C. *
RUFUS M. JOHNSTON, Esq., Cohunbi?:
S. C.
Gor. 15. F. PERRY, Greenville, S. c.
aar Abbeville Tiuuetin, Greenville Enter?
prise, Newberry Herohtl, Winnsboro Netas
and Anderson itdeUigencercopyancc a wet k
for three months. Sept 23 stu.'ir.io
?Kit BUSK!
I his large and commodious AUCTION AND
.>d above bia NEW STOKE, on Hain street,
to sell all kinds of MERCHANDIZE, REAL
LES, etc., etc., either at AUCTION or PRI
HARRISON, so long and favorably know:;
8, he thinks lie caji guarantee perfect satis
rare.
an be made, he designs inaugurating a svs
wffl present RAKE FACILITIES to all -p?i
IZE, etc., at auction. Oct 1
S G. GIBBES.
New Store
AND
THE subscriber:* hawe just received, di?
rect fro.il New York, a full supplv of
Ladies' and Geht's FALL and WINTER
GOODS, of all kinds, suchas CALICOES,
DELAINES, MERINOES, FLANNEL. Bal?
moral Skirts. Ladies" Cloaks, Long cloth,
I Linen, Handkerchiefs ?nd Fancy Dres*
Goods, Ac.
. GENT'S WEAR -Clothing, Hats, Caps,
! Boots, Shoes, Under-shirts, Ac.
I . ALSO,
A good assortment of CROCKERY and
j GLASS-WARE. .
I Citizens and persons generally wonldM*
; well to give us a call before purchasing
I elsewhere.
Sept K5 lue. p. LYONS A CO.,
I Corner Asst-mblT and Wnnhiagtoa st?.
! NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS !
' JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE BY
: ib Sx SLI?E,
: At kif Nev Store, WasJiington Street, just
Opposite tit? O'd Joil.
IV'' '''' l'0(,!)S' ( ^oreH auu Mourning,
Plain, PUidSand Striped ALPACAS.
; LUSTllF.S and DELAINES.
Also, CALICOES. -TWEEDS.-Ac.
BROADCLOTHS amPVASSlMEUES.
UMBRELLAS, BALMORAL SKIRTS,
CRASH, for Towehmg.
LOVE VEILS.
LINEN SETTS, with ar.d without Lace,
and with Mourning Edges.
Black Silk and Colored Silk Cravats.J .
Elastic Garters, Men's Buck Gloves.
Ladies' Gauntlets and Gloves.
Embroidered Handkerchiefs.
Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, for Eadie?
and Gentlemen.
Fancy Heir Not*, for Waterfalls, and
plain Silk Nets.
Hair Brushes and Combs.
(?cut's Lim-;: Collars. Se nt Papers.
Irish Line--., ..f all qualities.
Longcloths, Ladies Undcrvests.
Kubher. Coafcand Yest Buttons.
, Gent's Half Hose, of exceRent quality.
alon's fins Felt Hats, black and colored.
Colored Woolen Shirts and Drawers.
Corsets, China Dolls i-f all size*.
Hoop skins. Perfumery.
Castile Soe.", Suspenders.
I Head Handkerchiefs,
i. Fancy i/r'-ss Buttons.
; Belts*of every variety. Belting Ribboa
: Scissors, Tooth and Nail Brushes, A?.
I GROCERIES.
White and Brown SUGAR.
Green and Black TEA. COFFEE.'
Starch, Soap, Candles.
Molasses, Brooms, Ib-n-in^s.
Sardines, Matches, Blacking.
' Ruta Baga Turnip Seed, Ac._Sept 20
SPECK & POt?CK,
General Commission Merchants.
}>b'.in street, 2d door from. Assembly.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
WTI' respectfully solicit a share of the
T? Ipubhc patronage. All business en?
trusted to us will receive'prompt and per?
sonal attention. We have now in store aa
assortment of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
PERFUMES, kc Also, Groceries, Provi?
sions, such as Sugar, Coffee, Tea. New Or?
leans Molasses. Cheese. Crackers, Brandies,
Vines ami Liquors, Sogars, Ac.. Ac, all of
which wa oller either at wnolesale orrota-'b
Sept 7
Mounce & Calhoun,
COMMIS* MEBCHANTS,
CORNER Gervais ami Gates streets,
(near S. C. and G. A C. R. h. D?p?ts.)
Columbia, S. C.. receive and forward all
duds of Merchandize, Tobacco, Cotton and
ill Produce, dr store Hie same. Parties
.onsigning to us will lind their freight
ihipped with despatch from Orangeburg,
Uston, Winnsboro or other points, by wa?
gra, during the breakage- on said roads.
Ye keel) two two horse wagons for city
lauling.
R. H. MOUNCE. J. W. CALHOUN.
Rr.KKnr.NCEs.-J. G. Gibbes, Edwin J.
icott, Columbia; Johnston, Crews A Co.,
Charleston; Linton & Dowty, Augusta, Ga.;
Vm. Tavlor ? Co.. Montgomery, Ala.: Cox,
Iraynard A Co., Mobile, Ala"; W. A. J.
finney. Danville, Va.; Robert Lumpkin,
Uchmond, Vj-. Sept 14 Imo*

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