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DAILY PAPER $10 A YEAB. "LET OUR JUST CENSURE ATTEND TUE TRUE EVENT." '." ^TRI-WEEnXY $7 A YEAS. . BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., FRIDAY MORNING, ATOUST 25, 1865. VOL. L-NO. l?fc> THE PHOENIX . : XS tviUSMM? D AIL Y AULD TRI-WEEEL Y. AXD TBS WEE?CtV ?LE?NEB ? VEST WHDXSSDA?. BY JULIAN ?. SELBY. TERMS-IN ADVANCE. sroacrapTiosr. Daily Paper, six months..*55 00 Xri-WeoUv , *i " .3 50 Waekly, " *. " .a ?u ?in?;le espion of the Dailvand Tri-Weeklv, JO cents; ol the Weekly, 15 cents. ADWSBTX8E21EKT3 Insertad in either tho Daily ijrTrl;Weokly pt $1 per square for tao ?rat insertion, and 7C cents lor ea^i subsequent insertion. In thc Weekly, SI o square. Ji3*?pecial n?tiges 13 ?crits a line. Ile co ii .st r?i c t i o ii. The gifted,.but erratic. Dr. O. A. Brownson has published a paper iir thc ?New York ZWfattier upon reconstruc? tion, in which .-ciuio pointa are-nut with great force ar ? clearness. Thc ?lo'?tor ?joxniae&ces?.by assuming as ?< fact that the "construction of ci vi government cannot bo clone under tin war power, but must be done uncle-: the peace-; poweis oi ?lia Constitution ii dono at all, because it is essentially V: work of peace:" He ther. 'deni? the right of the President tlrre-orguu in? the State in tilt" manner propos?e m his North Carolina proclaihatioii agres* with him a? to the right of cool Stat-e Lo ?as?gnate the depositories o its own poljuk>al power, but "not. fo reasons assigned by tho President, and ends thus: "I complain of thu exceptions fron amnesty and pardon made bj' tue ?'TC ?idcat in hi-* proclamation ot tho it'ti of JVI?iy. i know nbt how he derive. Lue po wer to issue atty [trooluumtior: gp of tao sort, and regard ootii Iiis pay tU?ns aud exceptions as illegal, ii 'could only lot tue law take its course iiut I question tho right of the <_>< vcrnment to. treat the lute acceder?, i traitors. The rebcliion was t. tcrritt vial rebellion, and the whole territori. .people were implicated iu it, and yo 'cannot arrest and try for reason whole territorial people oi eleven ( ?t Icast stiven m tili? ms. T?e rebellie assumed the tliui?iisious of a tcrritori civil wea-, as thc Sup&;iau (.'curt d cided, and tho people engaged-in \ 'Mien tiny have submitted and wur 'cd to their allegiance, are not liable arrest mid .punishment as traitor 'Public policy and political ecoaou ?oppose it. The nation cannot cilio: to lose so lar^e a portion of its ten torial people, and whee, millions a .equally guilty, the Government mn .hang all or none. "The persons excepted-that is, pi scribed-about two millions, aro pt .eisely that portion ot' Southern soc:; which can least be spared, lb0/ a needed to enable tho late reboUio 'States to sustain themselves in I Union as self-governir>g eoirmiuniti To hang, exile or disenfranchise th? -is to throw the State Government i; 'the hands of the iea*st efficient, t least intelligent, the most, ignora .and tho most prejudiced classes Southern society, ami precisely tin who have the greatest horror oi ne; equality. Thc opposition to ne? equality, you are aware, increases proportion ii s you descend the sm scale. The wealthier and mor?; in ligent classes of the South proscrii by President Johnson ave thc V friends thc negro has, not the p< degraded uon-slaveholding whites. "Besides, the Southern people lu mid sincerely ' hold, the doctrine; Suite sovereignty, as did beiorc * -war tho majority of the American r pie. On that doctrine none of Southern people have been reb?;i traitors, for they seceded before 1< ing war against the United States, ag oe with y tm that that doctrine . po ical heresy, but I have never i a Bolidrefutittion of.it, or an attorn] refutation, not based on a heres; an opposite character equally ^i The Southern people did not bel it t. heresy, and were not, in their judgment, either rebels or trr.b but patriot:;, lighting for the free and independence of their countr [ Pkiladel} ih ia Ai NEW POST Ai ENVELOPE. - The Tost Office Department is about issuing two new varieties of the stamped euvel opes, which are well calculated to meet t ie wants of the business public, j They are the ordinary letter s'z ?, with ? the double rate six cent stamp, ami the official size, bearing a single rate three cent stamp. Heretofore in sending a letter weighing half an ounce and more in the letter size Gov? ernment envelope, it has been neces? sary to use au adhesive stamp to it<-y the excess of postage, thus ?isfignring the appearance of the envelop.1, and causing au increase of labor i:: tho work of cancellation. Soin regard to the oflicial size of stamped envelopes, with an inclosure of ?ess weight than half an ounce; the use of thc stamped envelopes necessitated the loss of <uie rate of postage. Both o? tin s?, in- ! conveniences areobvjptled My the h-suo ! of. the nev envelope:;, which will soon be for?salff at the principal p?st offices throeghout the country. The euvel- I opes bro of a neat appearance, having ' the embossed stomps in the usual j I form;*, the color of the letter size being ; i purple, and that o? the; official al/.o ', ! chocolate.-N<?hviKe Gttzette. NATIONAL NT Momias.- Th*? Xe A : York Evening Post suggests for eon- . sideraci?n the establishment Irv the! gteaer.d Government of *Na?iomd ] Nurfieries.J' Ti si ? paper remarks: j '.We soo how* V\?reloss?y, and O'?LVII i wroui??uHy, the duties tri maternity ' an; .discharged, parlieiilr.rly *>.. thc J vor;- rich a,*M tn .. very poor ciatsos of socio,.;-, what deleterious fo>?d clo ii. fant1:,, get, what -cripes r.nd p-nmnic" qomplsinti thoy* endure, v.hal ??*.v cious pois.: under Che names ?! co*: dvds ard i. l;n.?i they ?rc- ?uuu> swallow, and vllat ignoramuses or; physicians aro ;..ile?tio to hasce:i feh.?r swift pas;-:.-, t?> C*ilv?,r>" or '.?reen wo >d. Never a C?;H v.ore .oxi^.-nt of tho inteT?ereneo of ? ho'omuiont, which, if ii would append these- ma i ornal tunctions to the patomal ones ] already proposed to it, would bet?ome ! a perfect example of omniscience and ; ubiquity.'' In tho early pnrt id thc summer i incredible numbe. of bb.ck KU:'.ts 1 made their appearance in the Mis'-is-j sippi Bottom?, and attacked nc?t only cattle. and horsey, but also birds, v.-i bl '. turkeys, deer, am7 colter game, with - suoli ferocity as to kili. ir. :\ short time, quito a number ot ;: . im is. Af';? r 1 thc disappearance of thc gwats, .1 . disease broke out among the eatt?< . horses and hogs, aud has ". >: r.itring I for some time, and i;~ still prevailing. The loss?-.; have be n v. great. Gue ! planter lost o ver-200 Ices and sever ? horses and mtilfts, besides oxen and milli cows. Another has. lost thirteen ; mules and horses, and im .-. ".ml cattle ! in propostion. Those aro but lushinc-os. j Jamufi Redpath reeentij forwarded I to Gov. Andrew, of ^Massachusetts, for transmission tc* the Pr?iside:ii, a peti? tion signed by 1,800 colored bv.-ulhts of Charleston, asking tor universal loy ti svdl'rage, fend the appointvm nfc o;' one ot tue ^-following gentlemen ax Military Governor of South ('a-rolir??-.: General Fremont or Albert iirisbane, natives ?>f South Carolina; General Sa>ton or General Burier. A large majority of the. signatures were auto? graphs. A loyalleagn; . .......;.? cd by the National League) numbers already about 1,000 member .; i.?H"> ..roils attend tho public schools; 500 ud.dts attend night schools. A reading-room and library has boen established. A ' Mr. S.," of Burlington, Vt, eloped last week with the wives of three ot the most respected citizens of Nash.ti:.* N. H. They crossed to Can? ada o : lumber burge-, under cover of night, um] were Inst ?heard of at St. Leon. C. E., closely pursued by one ot the injured husband':. Why didn't he tuite a dozen or'two of ''anxious ?au! aimless," and go to Utah? Eighteen yet.rs ago there wer - , not probably 300 volumes o? English 700k. va California; to-day it is est? matee that there are within rho iirnih: <>f th: State not less than 2,000,000 volumes Many large public uno privat hbraries attest the progresa of civiliza tion. Dwelling- House to Bent. MKS. H. C. ELMORE will rent lier 1!E SIDENCE, (with FURNITURE,) con? taining liite.en rooms, in Taylor Town. There are upon the,place all necessary out? buildings, garden and good water, aug 23 THOS. TAYLOR 11SADEWELL A BASKIN, partners m the . practico of.Law and Equity In th/i Courts of South Carolina atid of thVl'nited Slates. Omen at Dr. Geiger's, corner ?if Assent bl \ and Pl ?in streets JAMES D. T?ADEWTZX; aug 2:1 ii _^*N^'t*l^vii- BASK IN ir. Warm Meals. Hp'.! E pnbUc ure informed that, whilo tra JL veiling to Charlestt n. Wibningtca or Gelam Ida, they can always procure a good WARM ri LAL. served ur in mee style, at KinfdviUe Passengers ny thc train have ample '.ines to take their mea.?; also, those i I- Mr. DorfdJtm'8 hacks. C. A. SC???. an?? S'* S i VN and ?ft. :- : h- date, ? wi! run n daih . \J li-.- of Ct;.M FORT ABLE VEHICLES IV.i:n Cicunibia to Kingsvilli . Leave Cohan* j bia a- :<: . '.'0 u'eioi k p. ra.: lew- Lilifisvill? on the iii rival os" fae trains, "ur passage,! r.uplv nt the Shiver iiuVe. _a_ug W. M. 1 Ll "Kl 1AM. ??!?flt?R16 & (?i P i. >.K r. . 'A ti it; IGE or SWO?l > V,VG(?. j ? t. Cv: . : ; ? '. ?>. n., Tuesdays, ? .v.;* .:..?!? and Saturday* -mating munee- ! tio)\ wi! :i t Charleston ira'ijtf thc following ? On arrival of train mi Monds.*, WValnes- ? Ti : . ..." I "'mia'. ? vehicle staj?<"fur Olum :.i.'... ?. ;.? oas.-.g >. apply U? J. IL FOWLES :r !.". < ~i .:. "' "v at the?s??r>: of K.X. Stokes, I I'lai i nr: el. 1 - Aug 3? ! a&?00i '.*>0dS8.i rp'??K Suhsc:-bor? heg V .; .. . :.> inform J ? hui. old b londs alud tb. public, that , Li:?.y rre.no> receiving a 'arg?? stock of I SCli?.).!, BOOKS. STATION'?:UL and | everything t:?itally found bi :. " . '.I furnish- ' ? d Bookstore, vhieh they otb :., and veW | se*',' - . ....)/". f.,.ur?trji d'. Ac i's undi IVifii.-er.) cnn cen.] o', their orders now, ...:ti iii*- assurance that tbcv will receive I TOWNSEND v NOTCTFL . rg IRE ? i mum*. ?bi.ni; "EXCITA?-GE" JL? is nov: IVA-J.. ive Ijvig'ht. Applv to As LS C ' WILLIS .v CI?I.SOLM. .\.?t:ec_*. '?.ii'S?n!il. ?".-? i.-.iil. ! rn'.lr 1 . : hs of .':. 'M.Si.'LlNE CONVENT i J. a::-: .. ..'.!>!.' >'arc anxious to rebuild, j a.- speedily a~ posai bit , an edifice suil.p.ble I ' ?>. tb'*ir "Vi? - . :..:. and Institute, theirs j gration ??, ('. limbin >;\ thc, United ?icateti i Ar*/, under Ge:: Sherman, on tue nig)Lt of . February i 7- .. \n?l wbiie they ari "far I iVoirt ... -'.-ire. fie .' i.o:c<:ss:tic8.en their'f-.^i- ! low-sm: : ?>( ; lu: South, ivi?i, gh. t. fully ! .i iv i a i\ c .i tributions which the friends j o:' vdu-it .:: .,;!>'. : ilici?n may donate ?hem i .'<... lid .. . vet,!.-!.: .w u !,-. Remittimccii may iii.id.i i.'::!...ugb tin. Express Cornpaiiv. . Plessn address ' % I THE :.'/!??"I'llIT; SUPERIOR, ITrsr.l.n? ?J ?nv? nt .v-.d Academy, ?1 ' I.*.-, .bilm I ."'?eh, Columbia, s. C. ? Nt?}' ''J'., 'i'l* i i.-. i'et :r-.e fnany erroMt.nts i ?.. por.?i e.?, .dation. th< .Mother Suuerior i AishiiM to sny t.-r't : be :iaf pafcl S3?J.U?I for one :.io:;ti:"s insfirtion of tho '"'Vhariliiblc \ Apo- u ?' AUO has received not one cert!, nor \ j vi. i. th '/'..;/'. >.'-.??., to we rds cither j tht' . . o?';iie "'Convent and Acade '.i\,"o. jin ..?ir. i-as? of ground win ruin r.o i build. " .< A. L. Sf)lA>MO.V,' Gea?, va! Commissien 3Ierr>haut, is, "oyZ fliwrf roi? Shicer House, Plain street, i'(.d.CMbLi. S. C., DEAL!'!' tn foreign and domestic nvr .rhc-n*.".... The hignest nnirket [trice paid for (lOTTON and COUMBY l'??O DUC'IS iii gold or iMi'reney. Consignnients. i/ihei' i d wilier will reeeivo my nt uni proiiipt attenti. r. ut 1er to G. li. i>'innp A' ' o.. Augusta, (r.^., L n.o. l e ^ li.ll. Savannah, Ga., . C:.!ior..v Cu., Charle.st.on, S. C., Kooprnan A Phelps, I'liarjotte, N. C., Fidler & WilkiTSon, Lcasburg, N. v., L. I'. K-chitrdson. lie.aib vdle, \'. C., .ia.:,n, . K Loa, Vanceyyill?!, N?. C.. Chambers .V I'atrick, Dunville, Va., Jirownl;. A,Co-., I'etcrsburg, Va., Kent, Pa:i : A i'o. Jticli?nond, Va. 0>i;.'?''s27 _ <el:'ol Tor t??rl*. mUF. MISSES MARTIN wil' nen a '-ch.iol X foi ' iris on the FIRST MONDAY i:i 0? - tober. Iii-?de S the usual English studies, !< tomi .\ 1';; bc given in T<a'in, EremJi and .Music. .'. Pow boarders will be received into tao family. Apply at tin ir residome o'a Blandin^ sir'Vt Augnstl 7 JUST RECEIVED AND FOH SALE BY AT HIS RESIDENCE, Corner Blandina and Dull Streets, . FI NI-: CORSETTS, Black SEWING SILK, Ladies' BUCK GAUNTLETT6 and GLOVE?. Ladiet ' White KID GLOVES. Laihe'tt' Mourning and Emb'd H'DK'F?. SILVER THIMBLES, SCISSORS. Key Rings, Crape Collars. Cologne, (pura and fine.) Lubin's Extracts, Pomade. Butterfly Cravats, China Dollo. Fancy TVick Combs. Black Flax Thread, Satinets. Casslmere, for suits. Embroidery Cotton, Sdk Gloyea. Silk Tissue, for veils. Bleached Shirting, Leather Belts. DoBege, for travelling dresses. Ladies' Me rino Tests. Low-priced Ladies' Hose. Caney Yest and Press Buttons. Diaper Pins, Agate Buttons. . iota's Linen Collars, Matchen. Black and Colored Silk Belting. Brooms, Black and tireen Tea". Spool Cottun, all numbera. Mourning Calico. Boya' Hr.lf Hose, Felt Hats Butti Bagu. Turnip Seed, kc Aug 23 4 COPARTNERSHIP^ CO?JMBLA, ATJO?ST 15, 1865. rlTi IT; undersigned, having formed a Lrasi J ness connection with tbu firm of /.KALY, SCOTT & BRUNS* nuder the style of H Cl SON LES vV CO., for thc purpose of ..ondueting an AUCTION, GENERAL COM MISSION and EXCHANGE BROKERAGE, respectfully boliciis tho patronage of tho public. HUTSOS LEE. Hereafter, th"1 Auction and General Cora raissioi: Business dono bv us wjjl be con? ducted bv Messrs. HUTSON LEE & CO. Aug 16 G ZEAL?, SCOTT? A BRUNS. iiCK??T tEE lii CO., ?.tterconeers, General Oom. Agents and Exchange Brokers, ' COLUMBIA, S. C. 4 NY business entranced to them will re 2\. ceivo prompt a.i'.i.^.ion. UOLD, SILVER, SECURITIES and BANK NOTE'S o ought and ?old. Refer to Messrs. WILLIS & CniSOLM and Messrs. JOHN FRASER & Co., Charles? ton, S. C. GEORGE RC?ILEY, Esq., amd Messrs. F. C. BARBER fi CO.. Augusta, Ga. Messrs. STENHOUSE & MCCAULEY-, Charlotte, X. C.. (Juice f .:? ih?; present at Messrs. Zealy, Seott & Brans. Aug l(^6tufS Asai?BAli? mW& co., AM J tm, ?W?BCH?MTS, 126 ':iid 12S Meeting S'.r-??t, CHARLESTON, S. C. F. A. WTLC?XSON, Agent, Orangeburg, h. C. EDMUND A. SOUDER k CO., ~ i'hiiadt iphia, Tenn. LIVINGSTON, FOX;: CO.,Agents, New York. ?3- LIBER:* L ADVANCES made on CON? SIGNAIENT.^. Aug 15 2mo< DT?TO s.b ? e o 11 fi G E~ CHARLOTTE, .V. C. ' fl WE Exercises of tho College, and of tho I Prep'arat^rv Department connected w.di ic, will Ix: resumed on the 28th of ?KP TEMBEll. \s a measure necessary to the support of thc Institution in thc-existing derangement ot its Goanc-s, th Board of Trustees nave suspend* d. for twelve months, the privilege of using Scholarships m the payment of tuition. Tuition :'2f)for 1 be session of tiv<-months, ::TKI Board $10 per month-payable in ad vance, in specie, or its equivalent in curren? cy or provisions. ' ll ?H desirable flint Students should briar with tli.in such books as they ijiay require; also such articles of furniture foi" their rooms as they cay be able to transport. For other particulars address, the milit<cri ber, bi th care (\'<>r the Tu-nsent) of Dr. E. Nyc llaiebison. Charlot)'*. J. L. ISfl?KPATRICK. Aug 'I:'. Imo President. Ull? COLUMBI^ S. C. 'illi undersigned, baviu?, leased Hi-fir the li A KU E and COMMODIOUS BBLBUHiDbSG known?? the "Columbia Methodist Kenudo College," will open it asa FIRST-CLASS HOTEL, On September 7. ' T. s. N?CKERSON, Proprietor ?5?" Paper.? throughout (.he State insert twice a wog): for five weena, aua send t>|ll8 to this 0f?< Aile 17 ATLANTIS COAST Mail Line! THE n?w first class steamar MO? NERA, Charles P. Mark i ona ii, Com? mander. Steamer CAM? BRIDGE, J. W. Balch, Commander, Wi? leave Charleston, S. C., direct for Now York, alternately, THURSDAYS each week. For freight or passage-having handsotne State Room accommodations-apply to F. A. WTLC?XSON, Agent, Orangeburg, S. G. ARCHIBALD GETTY <fc CO.? . 126 and 123 Meeting st., Charleston, S. C. LIVINGSTON, FOX A CO., Agents, Aug 15 2mo_New York. . Headers Dep't pf South Carolina, HILTON HEAD. S. C.. JCLT 20,1865. GENERAL ORDERS NO. 8. IT is announced, for the information and government ot this command, thatBENi J AMIN F. PERRY, af South Carolina, has been appointed, by the President, Provi? sional Governor of the S Ate of South Caro? lina, with authority and instructions, "at tbs earliest ptacticable period, to prescribe aucb rules and regulations as may t o neces? sary and proper for convening a Convention, sonvposea ot delegates tp be'ehoaen by that ?:ortion of tho people of said Stat? wno are oyal to theeUnitccl Stains, and no others, for the purpose of altering or amending the Constitution thereof ; and with authority to * exercise, -within tho hihi ts of said State, all the powers necessary and proper to enable such loyal people of the State of South Ca? rolina to restore, said State to RB constitu? tional relations to tho I ederaeOevorument, and to present stich a Republican form of State Government aft rn!! entitlo tho State to the guar?ntoo ot the United St licci there? for, and its people to protection by the United States against iuv?iiicii, insurrection and domestic; violence; provided, that hr any election tb*t may hereafter he hsid for choosing, delegates to any State Convention aa aforesaid, no person shall be'q?aiified as an elector, or shall bc eligiblo aa. a member of such Convention unless he shall have previously taken and sabacribod the oath of amnesty, as set forth in the President'? proclamation of May '29, A. D. 1365, and ie a voter qualified as prescribed by the Con? stitution and laws of the State of South Carolina in force immediately Lyforc the seventeenth uTtb) day of November, A. D. 1860, tho date of the so-called Ordinance of Seoession; and the said Convection, wbon convened, or the Legislature that may be thereafter assembled, will prescribe th*? quabiication of electors, and. the eligibility of persona to hold office under thc Consti? tution and laws of the State, a power the fooplo of the several States composing the ederal Union have rightfully exercised j from the origin of the Government to the present time." I It is, therefore, ordered, that al! officers and other persons in the United States military service, within the State of South Carolina, aid and assist Governor Perry in carrying into effect ttib foregoing instruc? tions,- and they are enjoined to abstain from, in any way, hindering, impoding or .discouraging thc loyal people of the State ?from the organization of a State Govern? ment, afj hereinabovo authorized and di? rected. All orders and instructions now in opera? tion throughout this Department, whethor emanating from these headquarters, or from ; Headquarters . Department of thc South, that are not inconsistent with the foregoing , distinct ly specified provisions of this order, will continuo in force as heretofore, through? out the State of South Carolina-. Every Iieedful facility for taking tho am? nesty ojtth will be afforded by the military .authorities, on forms heretofore suppli?e, for that purpose. Hereafter Provost Marshals and Assistant Provost Marshals will constitute the only ;nUitary officers entitled to administer thc amnesty, oath, a certified copy of which will, in all cases, be furnished to tho indi? vidual Viking if. The original oaths will be transmitted, semi-monthly, by the officer adnihiis'cring the same,* rb tho Provost. Marshal General at these Headquarters, by whom they will bc recorded in a book kept for that purpose, and then forwarded co tim Secretary or State. Parsons applying for Executive clemence will send their petition (with a certifi?e1 copy of tho Amnesty Oath attached",? to ti.? President, through the Provisional Gover? nor at. Greenville, South Carolina. 1 By command pf . Maj. Gen. Q. A. GILLMORE. Official: W. L. M. BUKOE?, A. A. G. I < Aug 16 I W. U. JOHNSTON, Magistrate, Office or. Pick-ens street East end cf Luay. WILL attend to all otb-inl husiness brought' before bim- will ?Iso attend to drawing up Deads, Conveyances, Mort ; gage?; Contracts, and other ordinary legal in ->trui tents of writing. I air cowies ol liiiy j document executed ?otb ueituii-b-- saiu ch . 1 ?patch. * Augaot 1