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BY* J. |A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 1865. VOL. 1.-N0. 23.
THE COLUMBIA PHCENIX
IS PUBLISHED DAILY A>D TRI-WEIKLY,
BY JULIAN A. SELBY.
Tbc Doily is imied every morning, except
?rnind ny, at ?20 a moa th. Tn-*VVeekly, Tuesday,
Thaiiday and Saturday, at $10 a month, inva?
riably in advance. Single copies $1/
Advertisements inserted at $5 pti square (ten
lines) for each insertion.
COLUMBIA, S. C., A rmi. 8, 186S,
ALL Oncers on Post Duty at this place will
make a report lo these Headqnai tere of all
?nen attached lo their respective department?,
?who are entitled to drr.vr rations at this post.
All provision returns must be made out at thc
department's and approved at these Headquar?
ters. By order
A. F. RUPLER, Col. Con-'ig.
W. J. "MEALING, A. A. A. G. April 10
SEAR SMITHFIELD, K. C., APSIL 7, 18C5.
SPECIAL O Jil) ER Aft 28-Extract,
m * * *
VMAJ. GEN. MANSFIELD LOVELL is
a assigned to command in the State of
* * ? *
By command ef Gen. J. E. JOHNSTON.
Xix io OK F A LOO NEK, A. A. G.
ATRIL, 12, 1866.
ORDER KO. 1.
In compliance -with thc above orders, the
vndereienrd hereby assumeB command rn Ibis
State. Until the names of thc Fluff arc an?
nounced, ffficial ccmn unieations to these head
quaiters will be addressed to Lieut. J. M. B,
LOY ELL, Acting A.A. G. at Columbia.
April 14 M. LOVELL, Major General, Ac
COLUMBIA,'S. C.. MABOH 31, 18??.r
SPECIAL ORDER EO. -Copy.
JCll!N CAl<b"l?.!\ is hereby appointed Acting
1io\oM Mondial of ibis city until further
.'rd. is. Ile wiii be obeyed and respected ac?
cordingly. By order
A. F. RUDLBI?, Col. Comm'dg.t
W. J. ViAinso, A. A. A.' G. _April 4
Bet dqtiEiteis Mil. Div. of the West,
AUGUSTA, M.AiiCH 4, 1866.
SPECIAL FIELD OR DLRS AO. 18.
ICOL. A. T. fcLLIF.H is hereby assigned
. cs Ctn.Eirr.caiit of the To?t at Columbio,
ft. O. * ? ? ?
"Cv ion murd Gen. BF A UFT G ARD.
Cffioial: Gio. "W. BEIM, Col. ai d A. A. G.
KFADCU/RTIRS. Ct n -.TIA. F. 0"
M HI rb 16. HS6.
OF y TR AL ORDERS A O 1.
* ? i ?diente td t'el uve order, 1 htrcl-j
?!: . n t ??n nii.i.d bi this Fr et.
. <-rd:.r t-f A. F M-FIIR.
Color*! Ctn ?oi.dir ?.
VI. 3. "ts *LAL*KO. A. A. A. G, r*.w<.b til
i Are Women Naturally Polite?
j Mrs. George "Washington Wyllis asks
j the above question, and then elaborately
j answers it thus:
Are women naturally polite, did you
ask. dear, good-natured public?
Did you ever know a woman to make
room in an omnibus, five on a side, when
number six was entering, flounced and vel?
veted, until ojdercd by the drivel?
Did 3'cu ever know a lillie pair of gaitei
boots lo turn one inch either to the.right
or left when tLey could Lave saved you
frcm a streaming gutter by the operation?
Patent leathers don't behave so-not thev!
Did you ivor know a woman to say, "1
am. son y to have given so much trouble,"
when the dry goods clerks Lave turned
everything topsy-turvy, without finding the
?bade or color that never existed?
Did you ever know a woman who did
not know "it was outrageous" for another
woman to travel with a baby, or who
didn't legaid it as "cruel and barbarous,'"
if any one objected to the crying of ber
Did "you ever know two wemen to talk
over a third without ridiculing her, even ii
she was ber "dear particular friend?"
Did you ever praise one young lady ii;
the presence />f anotber, without being
confidentially told of some enormous fault
or deformity in the other that you badn'l
Did you ever know a pretty woman tc
make an impression, without half a dozer
other pretty women ruining the effect of il
the instaost she left the room?
Did you ever know a woman to apolo
gize for having knoeked auothei woman'!
bonnet, into pi (tivatV a pnnterism, lut ex
pres&ive notwithstanding,) with the come:
of ber parasol?
Did you ever hear a woman who had ai
idea that she was making trouble by he;
little airs and gracet?
We don't believe you ever did, reader
TLey arc a race of unaccountables, tites?
women, just as sweet and piquant as .Tum
?ose?, sometimes, and then sgain, like s<
many venomous thorn bushes.
There's one thing we ntvoreer.se to b
inwardly thankful for-that ve're not
man and consequently not obliged to man
.?ne of 'ira. Why, *he would drive ti
?i*zy in a w?tk, vuih-jitr whims an*
'u nes-, ber unctions ?iid 1er yetty ways
We vonld nihke the most hen-perkc
i ?il; id in tie wei ld, un it ss, it ticed, v
ari il e i> rv* to ?nu re-ay furn ber, t
-1 ut hi i up in ?? ..Int-H for f' Wt*-k until hh
promised to behave better. "When a w o?
man chooses, she can be the nearest thing
to an angel of anything in the world, and
what a pity it is sbe doesn't always choose.
1 H - .u i_i_. - -. mm . 1 !-?
For Sale or Rent.
OTTAGK HOUSE containing f.'vc rosa?
J and nec?F*aiy out-build iner, with ^ixly
ncrcs ot' land attached, two n?il<? r.r.d a half
t from the oitv. Ii c^uiic ht this i:?i?.'.'.
1 April IT_
THE rahscribcr hnvirg TOM :m-<" bu?* ..<?? ss
ti Con mission Men l ::i 1, i? r < w ~\ ; < p?r- .!
i to receive consigr.u.e&lu t:nd nake libel ni r..l
l.vnnceson all kinds of PRODUCE pr.l MEE
' ( IIAKD1ZE. Thankful for post fnvttt-, : c re?
spectfully solicits a coiitinuance of shin?. .Ail
i lusir.ess cn ti ?st td lo my edie shall have my
ucunl prtr.ipt. attention.
A. L. SOLOLiCK, Commission ?loichnnt,
Plain street, Eecond door frrm At-embry.
Adril 20_ ]?
COU MB1A, S. C., Ai'BiT. If, I--!.-.
T^TOTICE is hereby givcu that LO PA?-Si-.?
.LA will bc granted r.t there* hc?dqiii:iter.=. io
I any one, for the rutpose cf ehterirg the PU?
I nt\'s hues. Passes tor sueh'pur] vtn mn-1 '. .?
obtained hem the Sccrotnrv of War.
Ey order A. F. EUI-LEK, Col. ?' iva.
Vt. J. MEALING, A. A. A. Apiti SO
Headquarters, Gen. Johnsten's Amy.
HENJiUAL ORDERS NO. 14.
IT is announced to thc anny that a suspension
of arms has been nereid upon, pendine: ni?
I eottations between the two Governments. Der?
ing ?tr contiannnce, Ihe iv o annies arc to occu?
py their present petition?.
By command General JODNSTOK.
il Ar.cni.R AM EKPON, Lieut. Col. nml A. A.
Planter's and Mcckpnic'sBank o? S. C.,
ALBEVILLE C. H.. Aiwt. 17. ld?-:,.
TUE AISXUAL ELECTION for 'J ll I UTE 1- \
1)1 HECTORS ef this Bank will ht H V . ;
its tithe, in this place, on 31 OK DAY, 1.-:
ensuing, between the hours of 10 o'eke'.; :i. i .
cud 1 p. m. Stockholders nm}- vote cit; et it
person or by proxy.
April 20 ff? AV. E. HASKELL, ( ;.
Engine, Boiler, &c, at Piivate Sui?;.
\\1 U L be fold nt private taie, a 1-1YEIU'1?H i
V> POWER EKG IKE, a FOI 1 Mr. :..
long hy :', fret in i!?? teeter. : t <i i > '. li. '
?tc., iii Very geed condition, A| t h ti
A. R. t'lill I.!'.-.
April ir. j.j' At I ?r. C.:.-.
''pilE subiciibor havii.g i,n u od lo Ih
X will munie the Atti J?. N nt ?I ( 03:, i ':
*lOK BUisiKEt'S.niid woult'. rt.-j-.i tlt;!u .< ' t
i continuation of the patronage f< :!::<.:.. ? I
-towed upon him. Order? left nt tho .ctic?-: . .
.I the subscriber, Vta>hii.gtcr eirec-t, or .<'
?AM?OK's residence, Eichau sen rtrtct, (Xh.\
ant's houso, b.'low btMo UuUfc.) v. ii
tomptly attended to. L. ?. J I,\ IT'