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BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26,1865. VOL. L-NO. 24.
THE COLUMBIA PHON1X!
18 PUBUeaXD DAILY AND TRI-"WEEKLY, j
BY'JULIAN A. SELBY.
Th? Daily ia issued every morning, except
Sunday, at $20 a month. Tn-Weekly,Tuesday,
Tliursday and Saturday, at $10 a month, inva?
riably in advance. Single copies $1.
Advertisements inserted at $5 per square (ten
libe/) for each insertion.
COLUMBIA, S. C., Aran. 8, 1SS?.
ALL Officers on Poet Duty at this piece viii
make a report to these Headquarters of all
men attached to their respective departments,
?who are entitled to draw rations ot this poet.
All provisionreturns must be made out at the
departments and approved at these Headquar?
ters. Bv order
A. F. RUDLER, Col. Com'eg.
W. J. MEAUKQ, A. A. A. G._April 10
NEAR SMITHFIELD, N. C., Aa??. 7, 1SC3.
SPECIAL ORDER NO. 28-Extract.
<* .m * O
VMAJ. GEN. MANSFIELD LOVELL is
. assigned to command in the State of
? ? aw Na- . *
By command of Gen. J. 21 JOHNSTON.
KIMJACKTAIOOKXB, A. A. G.
?1 EADQ'RS DIST. OF SOUTH CAROLINA;
Aran. 12, 1865.
OM BER NO. I. "
? n ci mpliascc with the above orders, the
undersigned hereby assumes command In-this
ritiite. Until tHe names of the staff are an
noua cid, cfSeiai communications to these head?
quarters will be addressed to Lieut. J. M. B.
LOVELL, Acting A. A. G. at Columbia.
April 14 M. LOVELL,^Major-General, Ac
COLUMBIA. S.'C.", MABOH 81, 1865.r
SPECIAL ORDER NO. -Copy.
JOHN CARSTEN is hereby appointed Acting
Pi ev ort Marshal of ibis city until further
ord"ii. He will be. obeyed and respected ac?
cordingly. By order
A. F. RUDLER, Col. Gomm'dg.
_W._J. K KAHKO. A.A. A, G._April 4
Ht?dqtaiteis Hil. Div. of the West,
- AUGUSTA, MABCH 4,1866.
SPECIAL FIELD ORDERS NO. 18.
JCOL. A. F. liLDLEK is hereby aesigned
. ne Commandant of the Post at Columbia, '
S C. '* * * * *
By cemmasd Gen. BEAUREGAKD.
Cffieial: GEO. W. BKLNT, Col. and A. A. G.
HEADQUARTERS, COLUMBIA? S. 0M
y March 15, I860.
HXMXRAL ORDERS NO. 1.
In obediente to ike above Older, I hereby
?(fume ecmmaxd of this-Poet.
By or dor af A. F. RUDLER,
W. 1. MXAUVO, A. A. A. S. march ?1
-,- ,., - , - , <% ? ? - --j
Egeria, the Maa? of Counsel.
Egeria is the Muse ef Counsel. She is
described as the mysterious nymph whc^
mel Kuma Pompilius, and taught bim bow
[ to govern. She met him always in soli
I tude, *nd Solitude is the nurse of Thought.
She met bim in the groves, which are
place's favorable to meditation. She met
him at Uv Hight, -when a certain calm
usually overspreads the soul-the passions
being in repose-and when the mind con?
sciously hovers, as it- were, between the
two worlds of Time and Eternity, in some
degree partaking bf both. Egeria is a
beautiful fancy of the old Tradition.
Thought ?nd .Study are beguiled to the
solitude, where '"Wisdom puts on the aspect
of Lore, for tie better persuasion of tbe
pupil. Through such, influences, we might
naturally expect that Coun?el should be at
once grateful and easy of attainment. "We
should, each of us, seek for an Egeria; for
JTuma, though a prince, was thus honored,
only because of bis attributes as ? man!
tl. DIFFERENCE BETWEEN AUTHORITY AND
The Curaonn Sibyl, -who came to Tullus
Hostiliu?, bringing bim books for sale
nine at first, and afterwards reduced tc
three-was probably tl>e same person with
the Egeria of Numa Pompilius. She as?
sumed another character and a differenl
deportment, when dealing with a differenl
person. With the gent?o and modesi
Numa, she was a friend and counsellor
but the haughty pride of Tullus needed ai
authority, rather than an adviser. To tb?
one she ?poke as a companion; to the other
she brougbt a book of written laws. Ht
is undoubtedly the wisest person who sub
mits to aed receives counsel, but th
greater portion of mankind are net so easib
taught. To counsel or advise with their
is really to proroke self-esteem to dispe
tation. You must put on the aspect of a
oracle; never, like Is!*, peinait your ks
turee to be unveiled-and, Fpeakfng cu!
without suffering an answer, your cu'.hort1,
r-bal! pass without n question.
III. nOW TO FIND TOUR EGERIA.
You may find your Egeria-in ibe grov<
ic the garden,beside arv fountain, bowe??
modest, in the shade. Seek her in som?
quiet nook in Sydney Park, at dusk, or in
the cool air of the morning. Yexir search
must be successful, if you choose the right
companion for the search? If you tako
Vanity with you, or Self-Estcem, you will
encounter a serpent; a sleek, glossy reptile,
which may ba startlingly beautiful; yo?,
will be dazzled by bright colers, and fasci?
nated by magical eyes. . You will be fed
on subtleties, and will return homo only lo
brood over extravagant fancies, and delud?
ing hopea. If you take Humility along
with you, you commune with God him?
self. You will bc fed on celestial manna.
You will ba"imbued with faith, at once in
God and Humanity. You will be in?
formed with reverence. Your- heart viii
be soothed and softened to your kind. The
sense of the beautiful will be developed
within you, and you will extract nutriment
from the innocent things Around you.
Sweet Eongs will refresh you in tho bieath
of flowers; noble thought* will lift you in
the contemplation of ancient trees, and a
voice of grandeur, like tho speaking along
the great deeps, will thrill your sou),
through tb? ear, from the ever constant
rolling rapids of Cougaree.
[?HEARING that.ny same lias appeared in
the Columbia papers aa a desertar from Com -
pany B, 2d S. C. Cavalry, I take it upon myself
to deny the charge, asl can prove satisfactorily
(o any ene concerned that I am now acting
under orders from the General commanding
Department. E.r. HENDERSON,.
April 2S 2?_Colletou District, & C.
t Commercial Bank?
COLUMBIA, S.C , AVRIL 24, 1SG*.
THE annual meeting of the Stockholders of
this Bank will be held r.t the residence of
John A. CrawA rd, Esq., or. MONDAY next, IV.
May, at 12 o'clock. EDWIN J. SCOTT. -
April 25 4
For Sale or Kent,
(?> OTTAGE HOUSE containing five room?
J and necossary out-hnildingK, with sixty
acres of land attached, two miles nnd a ^aff
from the e'ity. Inquire at this cfKee.
April 17 _
THE subset ?ber having resumed bm-inese a-i
a Commission Mo? haul, is i.ow prepcrcd
to rcceiTe consignments and m?he libera!
vanceo on all Linds of PRODUCE and MER?
CHANDIZE, lhanhftil for past Ifivon?, kc re?
spectfully solicits a continuance of sam?. AH
business entrusted to my caro shall hav* ny
uiual prompt attention.
A. L. SOLOMON, Commission Merchant,
Plain street, second doer frem Assembly.
Adril 20 ?3