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HATURDAY INOttl i
Y21I NEW C&TE .
For the information of our rea Ore we
condense with some- pains the, 'leading
fesur43~11e kiew Confedurate Tax
- ypl gigag r levitam
,p, areal gd pespn pqgg n
the valuation of the same or similar pm.
party in 1860. Stocka in corporat.ion'
not to be taxed but only tezr t10dnds.
2. All coin, moneys hel c r-oad
foreign exchange' and 6tlie se'uri
ties payable abroad is taxed 20 per
cent. Plate, joeiry &:,' l p1 a', tax
of 10 per et.. on the 'alue ini 186O.
3. Moneys on hand, State or Coifed
orate, or on deposit, pay5peret,
4. Solvent credits taxed 3peict., but
State and Confedrate Bonds are only
taxable in their interest, as inco'ne'. ind
iiot up11on0 the principal. This does not
extend0to bonds non.-taxable by law.
.5. P'rofits realized in trade during
1865 Pay 10 per cent in addition to the
tux on such profits or income.
'Profits iade by all corporations above
25 per cent. are taxed 25 per cent.
This applies to individtials also engaged
in Banking, manufactures. insurance &c.
S$.cTION 2. Property of Schools, 'Col
leges, &C., is exempt from taxation, also
property within the lines of the enemy-.
nlso household furitiure worth less than
4300 in 1860, wearing apparel to the
same amount and 'household sanpplios.
Se,. 3. The above taxes to be collect
ed June next, or as boon thereafter as
possible and are in- udition to tie taxe
levied-by the net of Feb., 17, 1804 and of
24th 21i,-:J863. Theso'taxes as well
a4 thoso on incomes and proflts are pay
able in new issue Confederate'notes and
certillcates of indebtedness. Not. more
than one half can be paid in- such cer
tificates. The specifie'tax and taxes on.
sales is payttble in Jike manner, lint the
tax fbr the pay of soldiers must all be in
S&c. 4. A tax additional to al f the
above is levied for 1805 and ii to be wp
- . proprited to the pay of soldiers. It is
payable in, Treasury' notes And shall be
in amount one.eighth- the amouit of all
Se.c. 5. Advance payments may be
Spc. 6. Taxes ider this act shall not
receive discount for the Tithe Tax, the
ricome or advalorem tax.
Sections seven and eight are so impor.
tant that we give themi entire. They make
provisiobs for cases which will be present
ed in Fairfield and other Districts re
contly devastated by the enemy:
Si.. 7. That w-hen pI'operty real, or
personal, his been injured or lestroyed
by the enemy, or time owner thereof has
b~een tomnporarily deprived of the use
thereof; or, in the case of' real estate
of thme means of'cultivating the same, byv
the- reason of the possession or proximnit'y
of thei endmy, the- assessment.on stih
property, may .be reduced in proportioan
to the damage sustainued by the owner,
or~ the tax assessed thereoni may 1h0 re
dluced in 'tlie.samue'ratid' by the Distrjet
'olleotor,' on satieflietory -evidence snb
uuittedito him by the owner or assessor.
Sac. 8. Tlhat the Secretary pf t'he
'Tr'easury, on tige recoumendation.of~Il
Bloardl of'Police, county coturts, or .qdich
- other coumityydist~rict, or parih "tribuinal
m uay,hg prescribed by th AteooV
lectors respectively, trh'sinift d thtogh
said collectura, is hereby autholide'd to,
susfyP1nd~ collectijon 'of t#. er now diie,'
or imipo~e by tis or' any ot iur or futore'
acts; in eljoe $1itricts whor'e depreda
tions hav# p eninintted ,Sy tle enie.
.ny, in' gases pf riiiduals'itm' 'sell'die'
trncts, wher,,' nui h i miyndmt, the re.
*eoufrees 61 Jlbj igggyer askhinggdehsuus,
pqpgion have ig et ouoisly dangge'
or detroyea a so rendedI-'ej pa rhent
of' taxes impossibt'e o? ce ssivy op.'
ressive ; such suspf; ion to bd d'oa
- >e at the ,pleasumre of ti e eetrf of
. iregenry.. -
The number of pla to e n
foim enb ater ua leni1eri ed by th
biegres approved.eruqiy P
" the Gdld (N.
U official it.of
r rpte from h
a .<. through c p's
strtpion, 1outh. Caolina, according to
the exhibit, has frnishled 9,JO*P,
n. PRESTON Chi(A of Oonswri
ieth , ttte
"In ir~tp pin -s o h Carohina
'ther hms a never .been exhibitld the
ii 4t o,0 40 , ot1,60io
Jaw, and. after ito passge, laroge niiberi
of men passed into the #ivide' *},thopt
i3eng com&eled tog thrubhe va ;
thus evtdiniglthe law-o ania' p6int to
obey it in gthei %,y."
Followhig this, wo find in somte of our
exclanges the ,repor~t of the exempted.
nd' de0tailnj men in South Carolina.
Thoso exenpted as Ntne olocera aniount
to-307; detaileduin 4Me "Sonthemn' Ex-a
press Con jny 3 detiedn' the Tele
graph rompany 48; exempted and de.
tailed -on, aei , - a
grand total of 1,449, w le those who
havo"pass'ed thogh camps of ifttruc
tion amount to 9,120 men, to say noth.
ing of the judmt volunteere. Tiepoak.
*-f1 6or Sotidh Cbolina.
OZ A, WRAl dGE.-'-dge frQin the
dispatches, qays the M'44 .tlnt Joe
3rowniiis on a ramvipago ugin. NQthing
suits hin). Everything is oit-of-joint
tlie Govet-mlntisMismang, tihe people
are. oppl-essed; the Constitutio rbquires
amlendmint, he fe 6 the negro's are to
he gobbled up, Ifdl goon to thu nd of
the chapter. We are satisfied, from
what he sa vs, thiatrhe was the President
and both Ion*s of Congre, anda all tl.6
Genergls, and the army, the Fdreign
Ministers andh tijecollectors of,,thi. tax.i
kind, wo should have.a different stlte of:
things fron whint we hav: now, -for
great is Joseph the Governor of all th
Georgins.-A uyut (VGd.;)Constitution
In connection withi the above, wemly
state that we' lefrn', npon autlbirity
in wvhich we confide, that Gov. howN
has sent a supplemental message to the
Legislature of Gqorgia, . materially mod
ifving his ?ormer positiod. His * views
and course hlie has found so distasteful to
the people of Georgia that he has found
it necessary to retrace 'his pt-eps.
Notwitlstanding the enemy's trium
phant march through Georgia and the
Carolinao, the fullof $ayalgm1h, 00lunm
biA, Charleston, Wilmington, Fayette
.vile, en ''other qutsi vaptjtrea an&
victories, gained.by him, in variousparts
oftli nfe ieray, hispwpel g,,a
the' Saliabury dWahnwusn, o pauso 4and
Vicw hisWdrk of destrictl6 i 1ith'littl9'
satisfaction. if- Rot with* feelinis o?
disgrac' aunI chagrin. He finds, aft'et all,
that the In people whoIn ho.woul4
reduce to beggary willnot be rednced:
lie finds tljat. ~ jeopd. wylNj hi
thonght t6 conquer by overrunnin~ their
that, the people'whoem -be considered~just
*reaygd iel~ip~edaus altd'sabrit'
subnmt but are nmore -attached to theIr
qudaoisy of a people whodi'he. theighmt
Yfrp.already ~e~~ 't 1,u9, straitsah
tormake. further .ri.atano ,sirs di, if
imd af drifrneugdifst geItsi.f won h
sondln OdingNe tc toyvey lpard.
shighd dasrger ~md comieg fo'rtwith
reboe599gida .t di4 4rt and
suffer 'u'defence of a.aua whchthey
d,4dl '46fejd w~i iheir i'yohei
blood anid treasure as theq only p1lladium
6f feetnIn. '"And w*elfly lie- stand
dinaa$1; for' gey Ji'.jr4 e &ermns
ofthp'tt, aff~ they spurn them' with,
$il$re'u y..t 'Theydrd net
&gs ot' '44vei that- they .shoul dia-o
hono#,t1lg tnised of~1dtgy 'Thle
captgre of :she cites kaboye namued, is,
briols'aufd spnodt, g fel jib
the .prok ~n' thq $)1 and
diby wHU'wintor -die.s Let tifes.Weth.
with deadly athe)derand ?o coh'bat Elku
ory j;out:" ligt 9ieah* nd
fight todligfor ie. can noercscoa
XIMSS PP" EXT-.
h d4fi in4oVU an ae
portions ofJthe line on l}ed river.
qnrBt~and W tipi .eSpid to be
reparlig for an atttck bn'a line ofstip
tondition. e )1
; IniMissouri,. tlbe citipens of whi i1
have staffered more terribly front fiendfoi
Utrbarity -than any other in the. Co fed
orOa' more thati - tisial qiet re Uail
Tho Yailcee tro6pO.' 4ia. go e
apite, tho hours of which will bamadeti
more bitter by the unavoidable contempa'
'ion 60 their desolatioti m0d tes po 89t.
once. occupied by OdukasbAiM a f1s are
,now a blackened w$aste, anp; i ent A
the, gravo. In numerous, instanccssth<
Yankes not only burtned - homesteads
but shot the inmetes, mile and female, anj
made their lfoane thef fdunerp' yre
One instance.is recordod i whicl a "atiei
was slot and tdlilpdd, Atow pnothur anc
little son shot down, and all,- with a sicl;
daughter, whq was utible 6; -move
iweqt..burned up hi 01h their 'welling
he Yankee, .ofilcers i;W. Q spprt. fo1
ltenselvqe by, walking, trough a towr
at night, and when .they 'saw a famiy
gatlki'red rottnd'tdh 'fireside would fire
their pistols >tlhrough tindowinM
the group. qtich hii 5 ( 0 e hracte
of .the Federal ..troop, who.. laye hol
sway in Missouri. . ' . .
The Navada,'Chevetine and Oman
cho Indians are ' g(ig the Yankees
trouble in 'New Mexipo and idopg ti
line of the Santa Fe trail., jt issaid
thalt the Mexiatns (Greasers) are ac
cnse(d of instigating tlie Indians to'de
Tho Yumae Indians ire said to.o git
ing much trouble to the Federtl4 it
WestArizona, n' the Calirothir dute
. kw CONFEDERATF. CU18kARLA let
ter from Montevido says: The -Frene
pNpets have stated that a little ste4riter
calle'tho tanger, hand gne .n t 'wit
provitiouns of various kinds (or., lih fima
ment 'of :a new -vesel for Cptan
Seninei, and that Inother was' soon t(
"follow,' iti -other ' coqveteces for a
new privateer, and thpt't6i4, rdndezion
wassasome groupobhor4t .tlantic jslanids
perhaps the Madeinw. The Ranger it
now at Montevideo.- She-is not adaptej
to freight or passclenrt--wholly u1sele
for any reminior4tdiie employmet il
these waters Sl 1is ninety tons burden
and complete steapi pleasure yatch..
Under sail,- she is a marvel of rapi4ity
and, with einly two feet drau t,'sh16R
hido'aay fqlii akly )ate'c At 7Vitl
onp or two gnus.eho eqpild d oe,4iag<
than ever the-Alabaiia did. She Wau
consigned by a ihouse ieiotoriousiv en
gaged in blockade running- to a hogs<
that nove beforobiad ieel'ed 1i cdisigi
meat. The consgnpx and pasvigtw ara
Capt. Rodge'ralhas. the Ranger unde
'his eye, add the Itoiftis if anchsre<
etreen the R4anger 'na 'h~e opei
sqa,.-whether, frotn, *.c4:or geeigag
I oannot -tell. uie' ;otice, of .. th
Inglish Adnjirl has been called to thti
ngtte, 1and Ri i'p'Pobble (hg06 -noanove
/rint lf the .iang evill~Ibb ide with
,put being well' rstdo'd,. Mh eu
here tinder the. rtish 4ag, and entoee
port' as-a' B3ilha set -
Tondaiie h aptDgem.4jaat Sunnel
'Shesribdan b4) ned all the 44olh'011 anill
ai& arnes, witjtin a radi q gfi~ u"iille
im Augusta .couanty, ..irguons,, eais<
one of his officers had been shot ai
killed' in the neighaborhood.~ HeF charge<
thta citizeit hadi killod tbe, officer an<
belpg uanable, t~i;hiscovor" flie' slayer
determined to. wreAk bis vengeg~nee npoi
every cne arounds. 'Itafterwards turnes
outthatma Qonifaderate soldier. did th<
Whilsgt ' ' oti hrldani crne
orea Yawi, oe 00oere..rode up) to i
house, inhabited by a couapleefold peopl
who, like John4nstewoa, and his wit
h?%.4'clirsbo.d.ji$hi) bN f , ao. dogether,
and soon would ":sleep *t ths'FToot."
- - Ti1s aged pai cameigut 9f&,goie
hand in hiandgwhaen the torchE was
plied and stood tnourofeuhy looking a
'thie'lames'eaw they 'sket -up to Wh~ rol
"Yesj it .makes .4 4ini Ar t
-livetd'hqi ge , 't*, yars, anm
~r i9 old qas
was Men m itig -l6* the Ue
of the heujfidonb;W~t r'Ari c
in hand, and drawing . dbdeigion
Noe doubt he thoughat of lds i e~i
house whenever ho pulled atrigg,~
TEaIPLMa FIRx IN CONSTANTIT6PL
Igives a full -
ble ' disatrous
at .rFAo 20th1 of J
mot n0 lortly after
o'clock atmg' h, in the 'oman Catholic
Convent of St.Benoit, in Galata, and i'
a.~41tltI1e'spred Wmong te wdoden
bldigao d,an glurlgg
0 opjp fy 44,7e a pdf
1112ptd le. e ution, were, with,
great diculty, rescueg r rysedfrom
he urging buildinigs with :any scanty
garwenas they: 0o04 veis on4be Mo.
ment. Lomo sixtiy tolounidjees, (with j
four firo - engines, lad stationed .tbem- C
'elves' alodg th'' high tolte wall in t t
corner pf the couYent quarraigle, Wiero
tdhey. .jere not so mucI dxposed to the
1 jiames, And could work their engine. with
more -effect. . With . them were stand-.
I ing a large numtnber oft poliecomen Pnd,
general spectators, when .suddenly, and a
without the sligbtest warniig, the wall N
toppled outward, liTerally crertg over I
- the doomed crowd below like the durve of e
i breaking wave, and burying the en- c
Obitns, with thb whblo of th6-r'crowk~ Iand
a largo numrl$&ojulice aid 4n looking
crowd. Not a man whoiolstqol with
ititlhe slado* of tne fallenwalls seiaped.
Almost hiutiltathiously, a peition of
tle western wall fell .ove' own'a inall,
ensely' inhnbite4 C 'ouqAidie the con
vent limit, and, eru'hing through its
roof, killed,:It is said, eight-of the inmates,
who byE.iaged in -ehdavorng to resene'
their efects. Altogether it-ie estinated
ti at upwa'rds oieone hmuidiea persons lost 1
thAir lives. v L' dygir.e.pn9Ig.any'
atgemps tosexinguih the flame. in the I
narrow streets of Galtg, tedeficin ies
of the capital in proper fr' enginue, and
the want ofmater caued &he conilaggtion i
to have in alf atk hwmnway, and it;bnly- I
became extingaished when it had bnnwd
ont all within'its rea6h, and when ith
fkither progress IYa-' stoppeud 'by .wide
aps. made by. pulling down distant
*Tantui~ai Surirwaxaxn.-The follow-.
ing is from the &raits nes, a Singapore i
'papbr : - -.
"Oi January 12,.a 'Ohinaman, much
bruised about the body, prese'inted him"i
self at the shipping office, and said that I
he had left Swatow a .fortnight before, in <
a tlvv'ee-mAsted schooner, with five hun.
dred and fifty other passengers. On the <
night of the 6th, he said, at the entrance I
to the Straits, barply thirty-iniles from I
Singapore, the-Voessel. goingpt full speed,
dashed aginaet the lighthodse roiks; a
moineitt afterward shefell back, filled
.rapidly, 4tidnok in deep waler, 'with
althands on board. ' The man who be.
lorved himselff the only Au'vivor,. got'
'hold'of a p-ce 'of wood, on which lie
.fated ,a whole dag and night. whe'he
wps picked up by isoWAer:i2i.' This
story, so fearfud, iii j etulle, .as
scarcely believed-in at ,first,; bpt f
confirmation of it arrived a 'day afGr
ward ftooi the Put'h Regident at Rhio.
One of'the rdW ipr Mhe ,ship, ; "hvede,
wamed Chriptin.an, was, picke4.p and
I brought ashore at Rhio e a:nd his itory
Was the same ' the Chiinaman's.. The
* Yeael was the Hamburg schooior Ckn.
tom, tounzd fropn ato. tq"Sin'gapdre."
acqnaintance, who .had bn'serotnaly
infferiiig from What wast eithera anr
81' something very iteh 'lke oie' has
l0ee pu$d ~'uirely" 3 the i rflflWing
thnat it tay olieve'.other ;-ndiiia
oot jon of red 9ar letkc~-alet (thle boih'd
pter, ppfre 14bs 1ychi t silk
Icloth, andi a ply it to the <I iease paft.
I eit'it remA n utitil -itcomeas off:ltseT--,
'renew it iwti thne ' sore 'ip hneated, Lt,
reatmeif.-- jd ' m c;d ~ a
'hle d. r. Roe fte~ i
'4hurch; has ben buished feasa ashiille
anid-ordered South. 'Xh. <Men ~mery
Adver-eq. aye "'tin anthig the Yk5keo.
Sevacuatoi "the dotta J utd I n aon.,
jpeighed ageinet Ibo pu faitiysco
duet of'.those persons-'wlt had compr
SY~akee 'So*ie odeohh9 taken down suek
a ommaditjde~ op thir return.
- -R Th.-doet~' was therefore arrested,
e cnfeswted jelth his reportedL langurage,
?~b~~* ~o~r~~ and patiiotis
ow~~ t a~ trceived 'aent
t ee cout it niwe blo dowin
4 he hg~ ei nhielv leigoi
ThursdaTe 'Pbw'bkEMhl g.$j
, brgk, ed fhbavisbnEmect
E N A 1pfaOto obef )the om.
meucemtent of the WAr.
0 4ro arious conscript otli.
e ' ov is 21,056.
ofed os are reported, saVu
pape to be purchasiug small
uhooners to run the blockade on the
oat of Floridai -
Tho Louisville Jo4r4ia folt the
d r~tyl r ugilfor 41on ng
N'Z iak d4f1 catd uiifia Co216;eat
, Augista pa
irAnonsthdatby saal .pokc,
,f tho Rev. Leon Fillion, formerly' s.
ar pf . ) pVis .CA-h91ic Qhuxol, in
CaoPi qx AbAUAn(A+'Tlhe Miss8ip
lipp (?un y says: During n brief trip
U, the. "puny last . week,., we observed,
nd it was gnerally reniarked, that th.
ltea bi the rolling or hammock lands
rom fed a fine crop, but owInk 'to the
ic6saivelycold *iiiter the sniall grain
a te P.rlariu Innds were :iudiferew.
LION R. M. T.' ItINMl.-- li istin
nislied NirginiaA to refute gosie cal.
imnious reports tbst ho. waq favorablo
o a. npfstruitin: pf 'the, Union, has
muib as ,cartobil eninLfin which ho
ay( oit;"thet is no peroi in the Con.
udeiidy to whose feelings and interests
chan eiint wpnild be nloe repugnant
Afh Aicial ieWent oroe result of
ilookids'nnninj at the pot of Wil
niington from January, 1863,-to Decent.
ier,1864, appdars in the' Manchester
7yqrdian. The total ventures made by
tiglish capitildists and speculatoa, ebnnt
ng the - vales of ahips and cirgoes,
imounted to more than sixy-six millions
MeAtsafrlng. tis sn'm by te proselit
>rioe of gold, the amounris nearly equal
o tbo ontire Confederate debt.
Tin VTint AN OF WATiMLoo.
Phere are till one hundred and twentv
niltary officers above the rank of captain
molding the Wa tarloo medal. Of these
righateetiro 'geaerals, twenty t.wo lieut.
n a, t n'enty-four major-gener.
LIs, nIeteen coloiels, twenty-four lient.
na1t-colonlis, and thirteen majit.
Mti'eo or four yeas siince the -u-nuber of
>ff.cers wqnring this niedul (r014so the
ank of captain) wsas oneo l4andre& and
Fayetteville is -llao among the Menn
nenits of tin left by' Sherman in hisi
narch 9f fire, -The arenal, bpildippg,
he .markot boue, tkonse prim I ing
ii lmet, twi ..iron fon.4riem all
Ie mills, all the: Cotton fatoiasp oi'.
vorks, t&o.- to inake no mentioin o
)rivate d*elhing.*4re gh- to" th<
la'nl6s. The peOPl e were pliyd'reid, Pi
jeuni .a wikolly sIpped of proyigona.
A letter frm the nnformnaate !tow:
ledribes thet *peopi as it dang o
itarvation.- Coh * 1ent.
PLANT. I~nlRALIM ANW $AYE 8xEP
P~xartFU LY.- In "Jew of the exit fme
lifficniy of procuring provisians ofdskom
svery,Md,.itdse suggeted, oo, all wh
bave gardens; to plai av libernry--plan:.
o sell, or *give-p'am- more 'than 'yot
wan~t, that yonumay iwlioee~ ..sugt.g
ror assure us thme preseinvt rtliial s:Aricity
,onthiues to eit---am i thmere Is no ruemiot
wl~y itshmohid not-thp e owil i be egpinI
for the commonest ma ecessaries .of lift
-We admouniskr QU~ gN1rdonTeq4q pave
seed ptimiftily of all kidthea they
Tr he present acarcity 91 od eged ould
bo incentive enopgh.
ObI*ita l -y.i
Ddparted:this. usntabaa life at thy besi
dence'of hier. mo they, Mrs. Wma2. ,shes, on
the 29th ultimno, J'ANNY A. LkYLIS, tn the
idando-ofhJit'4th year ef'g4 af, tho of
feels of fever, which defied ih o ombised ad
Itebhs 6kftt bbsames tamtaSig'9ysi
-,ASWT apweuesed, a beau 'iful and lovely
perequa as assiable and a #taeqtve is heor
inAPIevs; ber ,qnavity oonacoW es
eemi alyedeared hey'ed.
*te ftally cIrele, who> are in , 'by the
insey'utable. hand of 1' ';eplore,
45ha aav.an - tesvemment
VANN!b &iilehleho ph~gh
ly 0'r eguArou ~*of a'qadb
b eqd 90, ,wq 4eiwarksbh
indethtig~b. -s4 he e~ prbg*tpa
al to heruqatse.. Proj *' she Bra
gsanedaite49q4.,amitl qsteEm of her w
lesehere, terO, slite5~l .ySs *latgulsi
s.fad. who tok a lit~y interest~
Is hduath qf thie l*oely' o~ild,.N
the pup ossuolation ro be) Iov, .th
uN9Ssqrally inoin mer,. si
a ths(odn s (lth. Lth
V0 q4lr of her Red4et qei.6At, she
paln, ROV eta s'wtfr ts pie
adl,1 d o a~d pt4e I