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? , Dfafly Paper $20 a Month. J "Let our just -censure ? Trf-Weekiy $IO a Month.
Payable ki Advance. J , . Attend the true event"-SAaAipiare. ( Payable in Advance.
BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., SATURDAY, APRIL 29,1866. VOL. 1.-NQ, 27.
THE COLUMBIA PHON1X
IB rnUIRIS PAILT AKD TE? - V? F.IK LY,
BY J UL J A A. SELBY
The Daily is issued every moraine, exerpt
Rrmday, ai $20 a month. Tri"Weekly, Tuesday,
Thnisday and Saturday, at $10 a month, inva?
riably m advance. Single copi?e $1.
Advertisements inserted at $6 per square (ten
lines) for each insertion.
I JUST EECEIVED
4BLACK fi gored Muslin DRESSES, a supe?
rior article. r r -.
ALSO,
2 kegs SODA,
s> bbl?, fine CORN WHISKEY.
400 lbs. TALLOW.
april ti 4 _H. SOBOMON.
d*U0t Heoeixr ed|
AND WILL BX SOLD FOR
? OOIFED?BiTE MCKEY,
THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES:
UTTER, ,
MOLASSES,
BACON,
LARD. *
FLOUR,
SUGAR, - ->
COFFEE,
MATCHES.
. CANDLES, -
COTTON CARDS,
VINEGAR,
CASI ILK SOAP,
* BROWN SHIRTING,
HOOP SKIRTS, .
SMOKING TOBACCO,
AMD
JU bocee fine CHEWING TOB AOCO.g" By
H. S MOMOS,
In basement of Mr. Levis Levy's bouse.
Comer of Pla? and Assembly street*
April yr _.
Hoe*. Iron and Plomgh Steel
FISHER A ACN?W have . a supply of I
BRADE'S CAST8TEELHOES. PDO?GH
LATINO IRON and PLOUGH STEEL, suitable
for making; plough*, which they will exchange
for CORN and PROVISIONS. Apply at the
residence of JOHN AQNEW,
A few doors from Shiver Boase.
_April 96 '_
?eadquartera, Gen. Johnston's Army.
GENERAL ORDERS NO. IA.
IT is anrcunced to the nrmy that a suspension
'of arana has been agTeed upon, pending ne
gotiationo between tho two G?vett<me?ta l}ar:
irg-tte mr tionane^, the two armies ar? toOcoju
py thrir present positions.
By command General JOHNSTON.
Ancrum AMi-nssev, Liest. 0*1. ?nd A.A.O.
April 23
! Planter's and Mechanic's Bank of 8. C. J
ABBEVILLE C E., Aran. 17, 1866.
THE ANNUAL ELECTION for THIRTEEN
DIRECTORS <f this Bank will be held at
its office, in this place, on MOHDAT, lat May
ensuing, between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m.
and 1 p. zn. Stockholders may Tote either in
person or by proxy.
April 20 f6 W. E. HASKELL, Cashier,
Bar Iron and Scrap Steel*
OF the following sizes:
Iron, 6x|, 6zl, 6xJ, 7x4, ,
Sfecl, 84x?, 4x$, 4x?, .
W ill bc exchanged for,PROVISIONS, at tEe
Soulh Carolina 'Railroad, on application to
. ? W. B. SMITH. Master Machinist,
Or C. J. BOLLIN, Agent. -
April aa_ f i
Freeh and Genuine Garden- Seeds.
CtABBAGE. - RADISH. SEWEE BEAKS.
/ SNAP BEANS, CUCUMBERS, SQUASH,
-OKRA, etc. For sale at Mrs. THOMPSON'S,
two squares below the State House.
fe Ar-rii gs 4? M. MCKENNA.
For Sale or Rent.
COTTAGE HOUSE containing five rooms
and necessary outbuildings, with sixty
aerea of land attached, two miles and a hali
from the city. Inquire at this ofiee.
April il
*- Botice.
IN pursuance of the authority vested in Sit
by Section 3 Artiole ll of the Constitatioi
of the Episcopal Church in this Diocese, 1
hereby change the pleoe of the meeting of th?
next Diooer-nn Council from thc city of Colum
bia to Camden; and the r?#?a from the 10th ti
the 34th of May next. The Council will, there
fore, be held in Grace Church. Camden, on tin
24 th of May. Thc necessities !?r these change
are so obvious that they Beed not be ?tated
and 1 earnestly request the at ten dsn oe of th'
members of the Council. TH OS. F. Bs* VIS,
Bishop of thc Diocese of S. C.
The attention of thc Clergy and Parishes c
the Diocese ia called te the above, and thee
who may fail to receive the usual notification
are requested to consider it in lieurthereo?
J. D- MoCOLLOUGH,
April IB g._Secretary of CounelL
CAB.D
THE subscriber having resumed business t
a Commiaeicn Merchant, ia now pieper*
to receive consignments and make liberal a<
vance? on all kinds of PRODUCE and MEI'
CHAND1ZE. - Thankful foi- past favors, he r<
spectrally solieiss e eontinn?ace of earn?. A
bosiaeac ?atruoted -io my car? shall have m
asnal prompt attention.
A. L. SOLOMON, Cornaron M?r?hent,
Plain a treat, aeoond -door from Ascembly.
Adril t0 _ft
i ?or Rent,
A LARGE and* COMMODIOUS REr
iiENCE on Beast* eU-eet, between Scimb
thrsoa el re b U. Thc house centaine eig!
roosns; the servants' beaeeo are i.mple. A pp]
te A? H. 1H1IXJPS,
I Ajsst ? ft* At Dr. Geiger's.
The Gerne of Chess.
Chess's said to^have been invented by, a
Brahmin, for the purpose of reforming an
I n chun King; but ins?meted by those who
had g'one before bim, he wa? sensible lna>
lesson would not prove of any service
until the prince-should make ; the applica?
tion of it to himself, sud not think it waa
done by'another. With this view hs. ,
invented the game of chess, where the
king, though the mest considerable of all
the pieces, is impotent to attack, as well as
to defend himself against* bis enemies, with-*'
out the assistance of subjects and soldiers.
The game became famous; the king would
learn it; the Brahmin was pitched upon to.
teach it to him, and under the pretence of
explaining to bim the mles cf^ tho .game,
aud showing bim the^ekill required to make
use of the other pieces for the king's
defence, be made him perceive truths which
be had hitherto refused to bear. He mada
an application bimseif of the Brahmin's,
lessons, and cow, convinced tbat in the peo?
ple's love' of their king consisted all of .
his strength, be altered "bis conduct, and by
that prevented th? misfortunes that threat?
ened him. .
The Brahmin was left to the choice of his
reward, and be desired that the number of
grains of corn which the number of squares
on the chess board should produce m i ?ht
be given bim, one for the fit st, four for lue.,
second, six for the third, and so on
doubling always to the.sixty-fourth. But
when the calculation was made, it was
found that the king bad engaged himself in
a grant, for the performance of wjiick
neither all his treasures .nor bia vast do?
minions were sufficient? The Brahmin
lsid hold of this opportunity lo convince
bim oi what importance it was for kings to
be dh their gu Bid against those who are
always about them.
F;om India the game parsed into Persia,
where it received ibe ?ame of ecket tengi,.
pr game of the king or ahab-. The piece
now called the queen was the visier, which
was akerwaida corrupted to yjerge, virga,
and abet wards to lauy or queen. This
piece, at fust, could move only as the
pawns. The French gallantry, it is said,
extended the prerogatives oi the lady, and
made ber tb? mott considerable piece Ju
the game, "The bi>bt<p iii Irdia WHS an ele?
pl ant. ' Tb? knight baa 'the s^me name
h nd figure tveiy whet e. - . Th*; fifth piece,
whit h. we ca ?I iii? castle or n ok, wa?
or ginni!}- a camel, ulrich they used in war.
Ibv pu v ns, (i r comme c soldier*,) have
u fie red no ci .au'ge. .

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