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m COLUMBIA, S. p., THURSDAY MORNING, IEPTEMBE% 21, ?8G5. .YOL. I-NO. *?*. y THE PHONIX IS FCBLI8HEI> |?? > ,, DAILY AND. TRDWE?KLY. . AND THE WEEKtt. GtEAfJER EXERT WEONBSDAT. BY JULIAN A, S E ?i B Yfr TERMS-IN ADVANCE, SUBSCRIPTION. Da?v Paper, ?ix months.?5 00 Tri-Wceklv, " " . S 50 Weckl/, " ?' " . 2 00 Single cepies of ?lu? Daijy and Tri Wcekly, 10 cents^of th? "v?"ock?y,*?5 cents. ADVERTISEMENTS ^- Inserted -in' either the Daily or Tri-Weekly . at$l por sonar*? for the first insertion, and 75 cents for each subsequent insertion. In the Woeklv, $1 a aguare. AST Special notices 15 cents a linc. GEN. LEE'S APPLICATION FOR PAR? DON.-The Richmond Whig, referring to the varions published statements concerning Gen. Lee's application for pardon, remarks: His application for pardon, if we are not mistaken, had been prepared, and was about to be transmitted to Washington, when a super-serviceable Judge, holding'a Federal Court at Norfolk, caused an indictment to be found against him, with a number of other distinguished gentlemen, for treason. Thereupon Gen. Lee, in? stead of f?rwa^fing his application to Washington,- enclosed it to General Grant, with a note calling Iiis atten? tion to what had been done at Nor? folk, and remarking that, if according to his (Gen. Grant's) understanding of the articles of capitulation, h? (Gen. Lee) was liable to indictment a*nd prosecution for treason, then he did not feel at liberty to make th? appli? cation fonpardon. But if Cxon-'Grant.'s understanding w:is the re?rse, then Gen. Lee would be obliged to him if he would forward the petition to the' President, Gen. Grant, if we have not boen misinformed, responded to GerrjwLee'%note promptly, und in the most* complimentary and friendly terms, enelo^ng a letter he had ad? dressed to Washington in forwarding the petition, taking the ground that, under the terms .of the surren? der, t?fce proceeding at Norfolk was whoUytfiKnadmissable. This, brought to a sudden close thc plan of Judge Underwood to make his-gunine immortal by associating it with a trial in which Robert E\ Lee oc? cupied the prisoner's dock, and at the same time brought Gen. Lee's petition before the President in*the mode most agreeable to himself and most honorable to his successful an? tagonist. ANOTHER OUTRAGE.-We learn from his son, the particulars of an outrage upon Mr. Monroe, of the house of Bulger, Hukill & Co. It seems that about 8 'i> o'clock, last night, while on his "v**?y hom*, when in the sandy lane below the old depot of the Ala? bama ?i?nd Florida Railroad,- two guards stepped out from a thicket and halted him. They demanded his pass to ke but at that hour. Mr. ; . Monroe then called to his son, who was in a buggy behind, to light a . match that he might find the paper demanded, when one of the guard raised b%i gun to shoot Mr. Monroe's son, but desisted at the instance of Mr.* Munroe. His son was ordered tofo on home, and Mr.'Monroe waf taken into the thicket about 150 yards from the road, whau they tied his hands behind him and robbed him of his purse, containing about twenty-five dollars. They further at? tempted to shoot him, which he pre? vented by throwing up the gun with . one of his arms, by which the arm re? ceived a severe . bruise. They ?lise stuck a bayonet in* his forehead and Shocking him senseless, left him foi ead. Mr. Monroe, when he eanie to, crawled as near as lie could to the Stonewall Hospital, when Jie cri?e; "mnreier," which brought some sol die? from tho "Hospital,'' one o whom being a Mason, ami recogniz ing a Masonic pin in Mr. Monroe'! shirt bosom, procured a hack and line him carried to fi is home. I Montgomery Ledger. -*--in Some laelies in London have starte? a periodical called the Attempt. ?3 THE DEVIL- ON TOP.-Under this heading,,yind in support of the state? ment involved, a Northern paper gives a list s of recent outrageous crimes. We extract cjne^rom ? num ber'bf tile same character, which cer? tainly constitutes an important link in the chain of proof. Under dote of the 10th it says' " 9 Early Monday morning1, at day? break, the hopse of Mrs. Sarah Ket chum, a respectable widow lady living at seve#y-seven West Fortieth street, New York, was entered by ruffians, who got into her bed-room, with the uvoVefl purpose of oittraging her daughter, a young^ladyo? remarkable beauty, who slept ^?th her mother. The daughter succeeded in escaping' in nor night clothes, arid sought refuge at a neighbor's, while the baffled scoundrels seized the motlier, choked her nearly to death, and committed an atrocious outrage. Afterwards, by threats of murder ' if she revealed it, they so intimidated her that upon the case coming np in coftrt she did not testify. Her friends', however, will endeavor to obtain a new trial, as some-of the rogues are known. ,m,_ ? Sandwich Island (?tes of August 16 give thirty as the total number of whaling vessels known to have been captured by the rebel pirate Shenan? doah in the North Pacific and Arctic Oceans up to the latest dates received,. No later captures, however, than those whose names we have already pulfe fished, are reported. Of theHhirty; twifcty-six wer? bumed an<?\:fo?r bonded.' ? riot took place among the colored people in Hampton. Va., last Mon? day night, which was quelled by a detachment from the First District of Coltfrjlbia Cavalry, uudei Lieut. \Y. H. Wonderry. Tw?nty-one ol the rioters were captured.' They - were all armed With revolvers, cutlasses and carenes, or shot guns. SUMNER KJECTCKTNG ANDREW JOHN- | SON".-Senator Sumne*, in his speech j before ibo Republican Convention in | Massacli^isetts. talked as ihongh he were President bf the United States and Mr. Johnson one of his subordi? nate officials, to whom he was issuing orders. . 'I -j In one of t*c New England pin j factories l'.?2.0(K) of those useful little j things are made, papered and packed ! every honr. An exhibitioL >f the Indy robes of ; our Saviour will take place in the lat ter part of August- 18i>o, at Troves, Prussia. - Foreign Paper. A huge'beet-not of the </rW order ! * -has been grown af Saratoga this j year. It weighed eight pounds! GLASS, OILS AND VARNISHES, j FRENCH and AMERICAN $?rr$?eGLASS, all siz<?, from 6 by 8 np to ^^^^24 by 34-suitable for store frunfs, J show cases and pictures. SPERM OIL. TANNER'S OlL. I ENGINE KEROSENE " LINSEED " ' u " Raw and boiled Coach. Furniture and Walnut VARNISHES. PAINTS, dry and in oil-mixed, not j mixed or any way you want it. For sale in i any quantity, in t?io lear.of old stand. Sept'i? 2* _ JAS. BROWN. MAO. "SOSNOWSkrS Femal? Institute,0 COLUMBIA, S. C. rrUlE exercises of this SCHOOL'will be X renewed 11 >.. V. > on the int January, 1866. . _'_sept ir, 3% Railroad Iren, Mill Iron, Fencing AN 1> FENCINGS VF EVERY VARLETY. THE Petersburg Iron Works are p ?>ared to furnish every description of tlie above named at Northern prices. Or? ders left with W. A. HARRIS, Agent, or* JACOB LEVIN, Auctioneer and Cbmmig sion Agent, will meet with prompt atten i tictn. _Sept 'J J12 ItfflSOS'S'l? ? , ? COLUMBIA. S. C. . j F^m^^ou^-.' ' has op.-i Jd it as aFIJ^C j CLASS KOTLL. x. m.. DICKERSON, ? *pt U Propftttor. AFINE lot of-the above, just received" bv SHELTON. CAJLVO * WALSH, Sept 20 3 . *_JB?Il street. .Bourbon Whiskey. Fif\ CASES, fine old BOURBON WHIS +J\f KEY, Wulf? and other celebrated brands, hast received bv t * ? . SHELTON, CALVO ii "WALSH, Sept 2d ?5 Bull street. FRENCH FEfcT IUI. 4 DOZ. OF*THE ?NEST ?ATS f THAT HAV? EVER COME TO ' JTH IS MARKET. J> Just reoeHMa bv SHELTON. CALVO*A WALSH, Sept 20 3 Bull street. SUPERIOR CLARET, just received bv SHELTON, CALVO <t WALSH, ^.Sept 20 3_ftull street. I A f\ RH'S No. 1 choice FAMILY MA.CK I ^?\J EREL, just received bv SHELTON, CALVO & WALSH, I Sept 20 3_. Bull street. English Ale. 2CASES Allsopp's INDIA PALE ALE, just received bv SHELTON,, "CALVO & WALSH, Sept 2D 3 _Bull'street. . SEGARS. AFINE lot of IMPORTED SEGARS, as good as can he lound in the cit v. which we will s.-Tl low. SHELTON, CALVO ^ WAIHOU,, Sept 2u 3 t Bull streck. 12 CASES ?f the above celebrated CRACKERS, suited for sickness, just received bv . SHELTON, CALVO & WALSH. Sept 20.3 Bull street. moMi mom GENTLEMEN 'S, Ladies". Misses'. fWlBoys' and Children's SHOKS, of every .^description and size-a new lot- just received bv SHELTON, CALVO & WALSH, -r Sept 20 :i_Didi street. _ NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS. COUNCIL CHAMBER. CoLtSMBlA, September 19, 18C5. rr>HE attention of the tax-payers of the _1_ city of Columbia is called to the Ordi? nance; of Council, dated June 6, 1??55, and republished for general information Sej> tember 17 and 19. 1W05. .? ? Sections 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 12, 13,tU, dre specially presented to the notice of persons to whom either, or all relate. All classes of persons embraced in-this Ordinance are required, without further delav. to make RETURNS and oav TAXES due the citv of Columbia. F. H. ELMORE; S?pt 19 4_City Clerk. THOMAS7 _ Gervalu Street, ggSlfo Near Galu. >. ^ V"T7"-?. ft^T^ . .Sept 17 -#-?- 1 f ? Haynesworth,' Reese & Co.. Bai'lDors, WOULD infime their friends and cus? tomers that they eau be found at .heir new BARBER g HOP. on Plain street, opposite Sur. Bed<dl's?>st:>n". where they are prepared to CUT, SHAVE ami SHAMPOO m tin- most fashionable stvle. Sept IC_ i: # FASHIONABLE MILLINERY, tit' ^ MRS. AIDIE DOUG.Kii? j^gBk. forms the ladies of Columbia ji^Km^a t ?.;i ; she lias jusl returned ,j|j?P|p# lioNNE'l S ' iii !'.:'?'>NS." t'EA JHlI sl'f' A'" constant ree;e ipt m ?? tf I -1' articles in t Jjullinery Tine. e?f the ven lates; styled rBSudenee on ejai. s adj ? nl\s>7% ni* om? , . Seilt ?"i i fc? Schcol Furniture. rflEAGHERS' DESKS an 1 < UAlf.s. 1 X Ti:!.!, s.' Bank and Ott < H. sk?. .Vc. Lecture Ro >m ami Sabbath s- ii^oi Sett? All kia ls of s h ol Material.. feOJttRRTP^aoN, ?opt 17 Imo 21 ?rovt si,, Ncr? York, SEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS ! JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE BI >K V r &&&&JSfc$ Xi /us Vee Store, Washington Street, fust Opposite Itu- 'Ol<?.Tail. DRESS GOODS, Colored ami Mottmiiag, consisting of : I Plain! Plaid and Striped ALPACAS. , LUSTRES and DELAINES. * Also. CALICOES. BROADCLOTHS an.1. CASSI HERES. . TWEEDS, kc. ?LSO, , UMBRELLAS. BALMORAL SKIRTS. : t CRASH, for Towelling. LOVE VEILS. r LINE>* SETTS, with and without Lac;, and with Mourning Edges. Black Silk and Colored Silk Cravata. Elastic Garters, Men's Buck (doves. . Ladies' Gauntlets and Glove?. Embroidered Haudkereldefs. Lin vu Cambric Handkerchiefs, foi Ladies and Gentlemen.. in* Gent's Linen Collars. * . Fancy Hair .Nets, for Waterfalls, and plain Silk Nets. Hair Brushes and Combs. Scent Papers. Irish Linen, of all qualities. LongCloths, Ladies Undervcats. Rubber, Coat and Vest Buttons. -\ Gent's Half Hose, of excellent qnality. Men's fine Felt Hats, black and colored. Colored Woolen Shirts and Drawers. Corsets, China Dolls of all sizes. Hoop Skirts, Perfumery. CastUc Soap, Suspenders. ? Head Handkerchiefs. Fan cv Dress Buttons. Belts'of every varietv, Belting Ribbon. Scissors, Tooth and Naiipiruahes, Sp. " GROCERIES. White'^id Brown SUGAR. ?reen and Black TEA, COFFEE. Starch, Soap, Candles. Molasses, Brooms, Herrings. SartL'nes, Matches, Blacking. Ruta lia^a Turnip Seed, Ac. Sept 20 ?Mounce & Calhoun, CCORNER G?rvais and Gates streets, / mear S. C. niidgfb A C. li. R. Depots.) Columbia. S. C" receive and -forward all kinds of Merchandize, Tob?ceo, Cotton and all Produce, or store the same. Parties consigning to us will find their freight shipped with despatch from Orangeburg, ABton, Wionsboro br other points, by wa I gon, during the breakage on said roads. Wo keep t,wo two-horse, wagons for cilv hauling. . ? R. Ifc MOUNCE. J. W. CALHOUN. o REFERENCES_J. G. Gibbes, Edwin J. ?Scott,'Columbia;? Johnston, Crews A Co., Charleston; Linton A' Dowty, Augusta, tia.; Wm. Taylor tcCo., Montgomery, Ala.;Cox, Braynard A' Co., Mobile, #Ala'.; W. A. .7. Finney, Danville, Va.; Robert Lnnip?km, Richinond^Viv. Sept ll lim** New Store AND ix THE subscribers have just received, di? rect from New York. a.full supplv of Ladies' and Gent's FALL and WINTER GOOR4 of all kinds, such as CALICOES. DELAINES, MERINOES, FLANNEL, Bal? moral Skirts. Ladies' Cloaks, Long cloth, Linen,? Handkerchiefs and Fancy Press Goods. Ae. GENT'S WEAR-Clothing, Hats, Caps. Boots, Shoes, Under-shirts, &C. 0 ALSO, A grjsAgassortment of CROCKERY and G LASS-WARE". Citizens and persons generally would do well to give utf'fa call before purchasing elsewhere. ? Kept 13 Imo P. LYONS A CO., Corner Assembly and Washington's. Shipping, Commission AND. FORWARDING MERCHANTS, j fa EAST RAY, Tico door? Soutfi of North Atlantic Wlidrf, \ CHARLESTON, S . C . H?YE constantly on hand a full supply | of. GROCERIES, at lowest market rates. . . . Sept 17 (TE??^ CDs, Merch'ts & Bankers' ni in' St., Charleston, <S'.? C. ? VRE'rt coi ving the LARGEST STOCK of ! FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC .MER- I CHAN DI ZE* ever offered at thc.Soiitla which will be Kold at the LOWEST MATT- ! KE'i PRMES. # !,(>!.!-. .SILVER. BAWK NOTES, ST' .< 'KS, RONDS, EXCHANGE, et.-.. ' bongin and sold. CONS1GNMEN rs f COTTON : nd other < OUNTR^ PRODU? K will he received and ! ?old: or, if desire;!, wi?l bc forwarded rr. ; New York for sale. Cash adv? .swill** , made on mien cuKoi0uiuvui<it t j Aug 2'J ^wo I RESTAURANT. (?S^ /~\ MRS. EMMA ROE. <?* '4.1 #./han opened an EAT- ^JjfflHr ' ING HOUSE, on Lin- $?^Z??Sb coln street, one door from Lady .where gen? tlemen can procure' their REGULAR MEALS, LUNCHES, etc., at- all hours. Th? verv best of everything iu -the marker win .be furnished. ' Sept 14 ll* * Brick Offices to Rent. ?mWO RRICK OFFICES, Nos. 8 and 0, iu JL bryce's Range, have been completely reshingled aneare now in good order, and being in a very central business part of th? city, will answer either as offices or small stores. Inquire at mv office, No. 7 Bryce's Range. Also, for sale, a large, likely young HORSE, not over six years old, accustomed, to all-kinds of harness, and verv gentlf: Inquir as above, at ?o. 7 Bryce s Range. Sept 15 jg?_ROBERT BRYCE. SOLE LEATHER!' St f\f\f \ LBS. very superior ENGLISH . 25.UUU and HEMLOCK SOLE LEA? THER, just received and for sale low by Sept 12 SC*_E. POLLARD. RtCHABO WE?HWt Photographic Artist, TAKES pleasure in .announcing to his friends and patrons that ho ha? re? opened his GaUery, on Assembly street, near Plain street. ._Sept 7 SPECK & moat, I General Commission Merchants, - Plain street, ?id door from Assembly, COLUMBIA, S. C. WE respectfully solicit a share of the public patronage. All business en? trusted to us will receive prompt and per? sonal attention. We have -now m store at assortment of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, PERFUMES, Ac. Also, .Groceries, Provi? sions, such as Sugar, Coffee, Tea, New Or? leans Molasses.jfihe?se. Cr*?ker8, Brandies, wines ana Liquors, Segars, &c., &c, all of which we offer either at wholesale or retail. Sept 1?_ New and Cheap Goods. IAM receiving, almost every day, NEW GOODS, direct from the importera, com? prising a great variety of articles-'-ROD-, GER'S CUTLERY, CONGRESS KNIVES, SCISSORS, RAZORS, RAZOR STRAPS, SPECTACLES, (adapted to almost anyage, ) Watch Keys, Waich Guards, silver Thim ?blos, Pins and Needles. To bo forind'at POLLARD'S Variety Store, on Hain stree:, between the Baptist Church and the Metho? dist College. Sept 7 f6* .mme??TWBttt Wholesale Grocer and Commission . Merchant, , CHARLESTON, 'S. C. . KLEI'S constantly on hand a complete stock of ehoic'e FAMILY GROCE RIES Wines, Liquors and Planter's Sup? plies, which he will sell at the lowest market prices for cash or exchange for COTTONor other proouce. Liben] advances made on consignments of CQT?ON and other country produce. Aufe 19 jjmo_ ' GROCERIES AND DRY GOODS CONSTANTLY on hand, and at th? LOW? EST MARKET PRICES, a line and varied assortment of LIQUORS, GROCERIES AND DRY GOODS. * Best AOURBON WHISKEY by the barrel. * gallon or by bottle, i SIMONS* * KERRISON, ^ Assembly street, opposite Cathedral. , Tfc Sept ll Imo Hair Brushes, TOOTH BRUSHT.S.SHAVING BRUSHES, Fine Tooth ??TOry Combs, English Read? ing Combs, ?Tueking Comlm, Side Combs, ' Round Combs for children. Pocket Comb?, English Dressing Combs, Shaving Soap, richlv-perfumed 'Peilet Soaps,at 10 cents a cake, at? POLLARD'S Variety Store, Sept 8 tO* Plain street. m * ' Notice. THE copartnership heretofore existing l>i tween the subscribers, under the timi s of BLAKE1YA WILLIAMS, Charles? ton, and J. M. ULAKELY & CO., Columbia, is dissolved this day b) mutuaEconscnt. Either partner is authorized fftwettlegfhe affairs of the late concerns.' Ail parties indebted to th< late firms ttf Caldwell. Blakelv*& Co., Blakolv & William?, J. M. Blakely &'Co., and to the estates of Richtet] Anderson and Lyles fi Anderson, are requested to make pavinent to either ot the undersigned. 3. M. BLAKELY, Columbia. S. C. W. B. WILLIAMS. Sept. 1. 1S0?. * Charlestnti.^. C. A Card W. B. WILLIAMS will continu, the Fae-. torage and Commission ?nsin? ss in Charles? ton, ?md offers Ins .serviced 1" the friend' and customers of the late tines oT < 'aldw< ll. Blakely A ?"o. andblakoly x suuiafi.?, Sept'll . .