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HY JULIAN A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNIO 20. 1866. VOLUME IT-NO. 79
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BY JULIAN A. SELBY.
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V A liberal discount made on the a>M>rr
rates when advertisements orr inserted hy
the month or year.
tff Special notices 10 cents a line.
S. P. Kinard, Newberry.
Samuel Drouthitt, Greenville C. II.
Wm. Moore, Abbeville C. II.
Julius Poppe, Anderson C. If.
Tax on Cotton .Sales*.
The following in relation to the j
income tax on cotton sales contains j
official information which may be ol
importance to some of our renders :
OFFICE INTERNAL REV'E DEPT,
WASHINGTON, May 19, 1SGG.
SIR: Your letter of May 13, ad?
dressed to Hon. Secretary of the
Treasury, in relation to income from
sales of cotton in 18fiC, has been re?
ferred to this office.
I reply, that there ure numerous
instances in the law where two or
more distinct taxes are imposed upon
the same receipts. For instance, the
manufacturer pays a tax ou all his
products, and a license tax for the
business of manufacturing, and in
addition an income tax on his nett
profits. Other examples might be
adduced to show that it is not con?
trary to the spirit of the law to im?
pose two or more taxes upon the
same gross receipts.
The payment of the tax of two
cents per pound on cotton, does not
therefore relieve the owner from pay?
ment of income tax on his income
from the sale of such cotton. Such
a tax of two cents per pound may,
however, be deducted from the gross
income of the year when it was actu?
ally paid. It appears, however, that
yon sold your cotton for tho market
price less such tax. You should,
therefore, return as income the price
actually received, without further de?
duction for such tax.
The law expressly requires all pro?
duce of the estate, sold during the
?ear, to be returned as income,
'herefore the time when such pro?
duce was raised cannot be taken into
The amount of produce sold by the
farmer each year, is, on an average,
equal to the amount raised for sale,
and hence no injustice arises from
this provision of the law. Very
respectfully, D. C. WHITMAN,
To SAM'IJ FREEMAN, ESQ., Ncvvnan,
COMMODORE J. R. TUCKER.-Com?
modore John Randolph Tucker, late
of the Confederate navy, has received
the appointment of the supreme
command of the Peruvian navy, with
the title of Admiral, and he departed
on the 1st instant from New York for
Peru. Admiral Tucker was, by ar?
rangement with the Peruvian Gov?
ernment, permitted to take with him
his staff of officers, and was accom
fanied in his departure by Capt. D.
?. McCorkle, of this State, and
Lieut. Burt, of Norfolk. Capt.
McCorkle is to take command of ono
of the vessels, and Lieut. Burt is to
be flag lieutenant to the Admiral.
I The State of Peru could have se?
lected no where a superior sailor or a
more spirited and accomplished com?
mander than Admiral Tucker, lie
is a native of Norfolk, and was
amongst tho first in that corps of
naval officers, which we believe was
superior to any in the world the
officers of the United States navy
before the war. A more gallant gen
jjVeaaan never trod the deck of a ves
bcl-while tho grace and dignity of
his deportment, and the gentleness
and sincerity of his character, com?
manded for him everywhere the re?
spect and love of his associate?. All
who knew him deplore that he wits
forced to leave his native, land for
employment; but the good wishes of
his friends and country men attend
him to his adopted country, and his
successes will ever be hailed hero
with joy.-Richmond Dispatch.
A Texas editor, reviewing the ei\ il
rights bill and the Texas papers that
Pretended to approve it, says: "We
ave buried the hatchet-yes, and
we have eaten dirt enough to cover if
forever-but, aa some emphatic writer
says, 'd-d if wo havemuch respect
lor the man who pretends that he
likes it.' "
Two On i IJDKKN IX ONE.-A. RE
I MAKKABJLK FBEAK OP N ATURE.-The
I Washington Star, of Saturday after?
noon, give?, tho following account of
; a wonderful birth near that city:
I On Thursday morning, the wife of
j Mr. John liarnhardt, residing in
I Uniontowu, was delivered of a child
j which is a great curiosity in its way,
i almost outrivaling the SiameReTwins.
! This child has two perfect heads, well
I covered with hair, aud ure beautifully
j featured, four arms, the bodies being
I united just below thom, two spinal
j columns which unite in oue pelvis,
I two breast boues, but only oue pair
? of well formed legs. The physicians
j who have sueu tliis wonderful freak
of nature, are under the opinion that
there are certainly two hearts, two
! lungs, and that perhaps a portion of
j the digestive organs ave also double,
I the two bodies not apparently losing
their individuality until they reach
the pelvis, and even at this- point,
where it is apparent, ono body is
male; there is some sign the other is
female. The features of oue bears
t the resemblance of n female and tho
j other a nude. One of tho bodies, or
I rather one side of the body, was born
! alive, aud lived some time afterbirth,
I and the other died in the birth.
\ This is thu first product ol' the mar
! riage of the parties. The mother is
i a young and healthy woman of about
tweuty years of age, from the neigh?
borhood of Lynchburg, Virginia, and
the father is a nativo of Germany,
about twenty-five or twenty-six years
, old. Tho father was iu the anny,
? and served in the neighborhood of
I Lynchburg, where he married the
I mother ou the 11th of August last.
It has not been definitely determined
i aa to what disposition will be made
of the bodies, but at tho present they
are nt Dr. Scollay's embalming es?
tablishment, where they have beru
placed" iu alcohol. Notwithstanding
the bodies are fully developed, ami
measure nearly eight inches across
the shoulders, tho mother is doing
A LITTLE ROMANCE.-The grand?
father of Gen. Robert E. Lee waa u
rival of Cien. Washington in a love
affair. Thc object of their nffectior.
was the beautiful Miss Grimes, th?
first love of Washington, and whoa
he celebrated as 'the lowland beauty.
Lee was successful and bore oil' tin
prize. The son of this marriage,
"Light Horse" Harry Lee, wa:
always held in great friendship bj
Washington; and Irving, in lib
biography, suggests that the memory
of this tenderness for the mother wa
not without its influence in connec
tion with the son.
This friendship continued betweer
them until the death of '"the fathe
of his country." Maj. (len. Henr
Lee was a gallant officer, the autho
of "Memoirs ol' the War in th
.South;" Governorof Virginia in 1791
an advocate of tho Federal Constitu
tion in the Virginia Convention; :
! member of Congress when Washing
ton died; appointed by Congress t<
deliver the eulogy on the occasion
and in his eulogy originated th
classic words : First in war, first i;
' peace, and first in the hearts of hi
? BAI? FOB THE FINNEGANS. Th
following is the Canadian law nude
which the captured Fenian-. w\
probably be tried by thc Canucks 1
is thu first section, ehaptei SW. e
the consolidated -l?tate- <.? i pp,
j 1st : In case any person, bein-;
i citi/.cn or subject of any foreig
j State or country ?il peace with H<
i Majesty, be or continues in urn;
?against Her Majesty within I |>?><
j ('anuda, or commits any aet <
I hostility therein, or enter.-. Cppc
?Cunada with design or intent to lev
I war against Her Majesty, or to con
j mit any felony Hierein, for which an
person would, by thu laws ot' bpi?
Canada, be liable to suffer < 1<-ut !
j then the Governor may order the n
j scudding of a militia general cour
marcial for thc trial of such persoi
I agreeable to the militia law, and upo
j being found guilty by such emir
martial of offending against this nc
such person 11:111 be sentenced I
j such court-martial to suffer death, i
such other punishment ns sh:il! !
j ?warded by the court.
Gen. Thomas Jordan, Adj utan
j General on tho staff of Gen. Ftaaur
gard, during the war. i.-. now t>n.- .
tho editor.-. ..'.' the Memphis Appeal.
The foregoing wc clip from :
I Atlanta paper. Wu had ?hough
? says a cotemporary, thal .i position <
\ Harper's Jour ital of CivilivUion, .
! tho N.'u V'ork Tribune, or the Bost<
j Transcript, would have comport?
i more willi Mr. Jordan's ideas thou
. pince -.u ;i Southern newspaper. ? >
readers will remember thal "Clouera
Jordan was the author of the infamo
attack upon President Davis, publi*
i ed in Harper's Weekly a short til
after Mr. Davis incarceration
Duels have been frequent iu Hava?
na recently. One was between a
Cuban, named Domingo Ouiral and
Lieut. Col. Prado, in which the
Lieutenant-Colonel was killed.
Auother between a Cuban, named
Autonio L. Brid?t, aud Col. Juan
Echemeudia, in which thoy fought
with pistols, nt twenty paces, Mr.
Bridat killing his opponent immedi?
ately. Mr. Bridat is a young man,
nearly twenty-five years old, very
amiable, educated, and a good patri?
ot, although a bitter enemy to Spain.
While beiug tried, before his release
by the people, he treated the authori?
ties with contempt. He belongs to
the best families and is wealthy.
Thc Governor-General has offered
$5.000 for his apprehension, and pro?
hibited the papers from saying any?
thing about the matter.
Tun COXFEUEUXTK DEAL? AT GET
?iler, of Juno ll, publishes a revised
st of the Confederate dead that lio
buried on the Gettysburg battle-field.
The Comp Uer says :
"The list has been gotten np for
the purpose of enabling relatives to
recover their dead with certainty,
thus saving them the trouble and ex?
pense of a fruitless search after those
not marked. Dr. O'Neal has no
direct or indirect interest in this
matter, and is moved only by a com?
mon feeling of humanity."
TUB KHODE ISLAND LEOISLATTKE.
Tho little State of Khode Island has
a model Legislature. That body ad?
journed on Friday last, after a session
of four days, during which no less
than eighty-three Acts aud resolu?
tions wcro passed. Rhode Island
law-makers must be paid by the job.
and not by tho day, or else they are
chosen from that clans of useful citi?
zens who do not go to the Legisla?
ture to make a living out of tho busi?
ness. Some other Legislatures might
learn a profitable lesson from the
The Chicago Republican, which wrns
lately the fierce assailant of the
Administration and the eulogist, of
the. extremists in Congress, now says;
Unless Mr. Stevens and his associates
iu Congress hasten up tho important
work of restoring the Union, they
will find that the country does not
caro a snap for them, but does care
very much for an immediate restora?
tion of practical peace iu all parts of
Gen. Davis has been instructed to
obey the writ of habeas corpus in the
case of Isham Henderson, at Nash?
ville, tried by military court; but
Henderson says he is confident of
being able to prove his innocence
even before a military court, and as it
has commenced there, he wants to
soc it through, and don't care about
insisting on his right tn be tried by
a civil tribunal.
The Supreme Court of Pennsylva?
nia, at a recent session at Harrisburg,
decided, iu thc case of Elnora Mohn,
of Lehigh County, that a woman can
bc indicted as a common scold.
P. ?1. li. SHULEP. is respectfully no
uounced as a candidate for SHERIFF .1
Richland District, si tho election to be
held on the third MONDAY in April next.
Juno 5*13 MANY FRIENDS.
MARRIAGE AXU CELIBACY; An
Essay of Warning and Instruction for
Young Men. Also, Diseases and Abuse-,
which prostrate tho vital powers, with sure
means of relief. Seid free of charge in
scaled lotter envelope.-,. Address Dr. J.
SK IL UN HOUGHTON, Howard Associa?
tion. Philadelphia, Pa. April 19 3mo
COLGATE'S HONEY SOAP.
This celebrated Toilet Soap, in such
universal demand, is made from thc
choicest materials, i.-> mild and emol?
lien! ni its nature, fr?f5ra.ntly scented,
and extremely beneficial io its actioti
upon the skin. For sale by ail Druggists
and Fancy Goods Deal? rs. March ly
BATCHELORS HAIR DYE.
The Original nn.l Bert in the World.
Tho only true and perfect HAIR DYE.
Hanales.-., lh-liable and Instantaneous.
Produces immediately a splendid Black or
natural Brown, without injuring the hair
or ?kin. Remedies the iii effects of bud
dye?. Sold by all Druggists. The genuine
signed William A. Batchelor. Also, RE
GENERATING EXTRACT OF M 11.1.K
FLEURS, for Restoring and Beautifying
thc Hair. CHARLES BATCHELOR.
Gel 25 ly New York.
The Stalls in the New Market
riLL bo rented at public auction in
front of the Market, ou WEDNES
I?AY next, tho 20th inst., at 10 o'clock a. m.
ferma and conditions will be made known
ko the auctioneer. JOHN STORK,
Chairman Committee on Market
June 13 C
Bacon, Shoulders and Hams !
"I X H HOS. SIDES, to arrive, arc offered !
\_*J low. bv the hhd.. bv
Juno li; " FISHER St LOWRANCE.
ALIMITED amount of GOLD and STL
VER. FISHER A LOWRANCE..
50 6?11S FLAIR
AT COST ! .
HAMS and LARD.
In Sturt- anil fur Sale LOW by
FISHER k UWMKL
i June 7
- - .-'- - - i
S<>!"rii CAROLINA RMI.RUM?.
Cn.VRI.ESTON, S. C., June ll, 1SBO.
SEALED Proposals will be received at
tliiij office, until th?' 27ih inst., for the
erection of a Freight Depot, at Columbia,
S. C. Plans and specifications eau be seen
at tlii.-? office. II. T. l'E VKE,
June 11 Gen. Snp't. S. C. R. U.
Notice to Shippers.
rglHE Charlotte, and South Carolina Rail
, J. road are prepared to ^ive through re?
ceipts to New York, iii Portsmouth, ow
! cotton, at xix dollars per hale. This rate
includes all charges n> tn?' point of destin?
ation. JAMES ANDERSON,
i J mar ll Superintendent.
NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
CHA y GE OF TIME:
ON" and niter SUNDAY, June Io, LSG<>,
traine will run as fol lo .vs:
! Leave Charlotte at 11.10 j>. m. and 4.MO
The 11.1.1 p. m. train makes quick con?
nections with tra?na for tin Nfrtli ?t R?.
j leij^li . ?"el i- the
I QUICKEST AND MOST COM
! PORTABLE ROUTE TO ALT.
POINTS NORTH AND
WEST FROM CO
LUM B l#A ! :
1 *J- THROUGH TICKETS eau b? had ai
j Charlotte to r.ll Hie Northern cities.
I June il Engineer and Snper't.
j Through Freight Arrangements
From Columbia, ria Charleston,
I To N&xxr Yorlt.
SOUTH CAROLINA R. P.. COMPANY,
< 'OM MUT \ June 7, bii?;.
' Cotton ?it 86 per Bale. drliwetl in Vu Vork.
I rpm: ..-..;uii Carolina Kaili...id Company
JL and Now York Steamers have arrangea
I a THROUGH TARIFF on COTTON, which
! obviates all unnecessary delay an.', expense.
Shipper-, may consign to either Willis A
Chisolm ?r Ravenel .v Co., agents S.v.
I York Steamers at Charleston.
j TH3E LOCAL TAjR??T
I Fr<>m Columbia to Charleston will be per
bale. H. T. PEA li E.
June ,i ii i louerai Superintendent.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
I GF.N'L SUPERINTEND TS OFFICE,
COLOIIHA, Mav 2?, I8(tt>.
ON and after MONDAY next, 28th ?UKI .
tlu Passengi r Trains will run daily
i (Sundavs excepted i until further ? ' i*e, as
j follows :
Leave Columbia at 7.t;o a. m.
'. Alston tit . I'.45
Newberry at ... ..11.55 "
Arrive at Abbeville at 4.50 p. m.
"at Anderson at . 7.10
" at Greenville at . 8.10 "
I Leave Green ?ville at .. . 5.50 a.m.
! '. Abbeville ut '.'.'Ju .
" Newberry at . " 45 m.
Arrive at Alston at .... . !. ..
I " at Columbia at ... if)
! Thc road having been repaired to Alston,
passengers and freight will be transferred
; across the river until the bridge i ? com
I The expense of passage and freight, by
j tho discontinuance >.f the stage, wngou
: und boat linen, will be largely reduced.
J. 15. L?sSALLE,
! May 27 General Superintendent.
General Superintendent's Office.
C?1 VRL< ?TTE A S. C. RAILROAD
CoLOlBIA, S. ?'.. .lune 1, Issi;.
ON and after SUNDAY next. 3?! ?nut., a
THROUGH PASSENGER TRAIN will
be run ovi r i'ut> road us follows:
Leave Columbia at . 1.15 p m.
: Arrive at * Charlotte at 11.15 "
; Leave Charlotte at . .12.15 "
Arrive at Columbia at 7.15 r.. m.
Janel JAS. ANDERSON, Sup't.
Schedule over South Carolina R R.
GENERAL SU P TS OFFICE,
CHARLESTON. Mav 31, INO*"..
ON and afterSUNDAY, 3d June, 1866, tho
Passenger Trains ^i':i leave and ar?
rive a? fi ?Hows, v i/
Leave C..lumbla at ('..."?in m
Arrive m Charleston at A.uo p. rn.
Leave Charleston RI . 7.30 a. m.
Arrive in Columbia at 4.40 p. m
HENRY T. PEAKE,
Jiinw General Superintendent.
GRE?LT SOUTHERN and WESTERN
NO? 2! CABONDOLET STREETt NEW
GEN. JA MKS LGXG-STREET, PRESIDENT.
C. WILLIAMS. SECRETARY.
$25 WILL INSURE YOU ONE YEAR FOE $5,000 ! !
51) CeirU wi.il Pinchase a TWO DAY TICKET for $5,000.
$1.25 " FIVE "
2.50 " " TEN "
5.00 wiU Insure you ONE MONTH lor $5.000.
WEEKLY COMPENSATION IN CASK OF TOTAL DISABILITY ?
riYHls is the first and only institution of tho kind ever organized in the Southern
J. States for tho purpose of INSURLNO AGAINST LIFE and ACCIDENT.
lt insures against accidents of rivery description, whether they occur while traveling
b\ cai*s, steamboats or other public conveyance; while enraged iu the store, office,
workshop, factory, on the farm, or in any of the ordinary occupations of life; whether
riding, walking, minting, boating, fishing, engineering, surveying, railroading, steam -
boating or seated by the domestic fireside.
General Accident Policies issued by ibis Company secure to the person insured the
payment of a fixed sum per week (from $3 to ?50) during the time he may be disabled
by*accident, not to exceed twenty-six weeks for any one accident; and in case of death
by any form of casualty, thc payment of a fixed sum (from $500 to $10,000; to th*
friends ot" the person insured, or party for whose benefit the policy ia issued.
Under the system adopted by this Company, persons may bc insured for weekly com?
pensation only, for death only, or for both.
Th.- rat? s of premium are LESS than in auv oilier class of insurance, in proportion
to thc risk. A. M. RHETT, Agent District No. 23,
May 19 Imo Office st Ilanahnn it Warley'a, Washington Street.
nnilE undersigned, having completed
JL their arrangements for the manufac?
ture of the best COTTON GINS ever made
in this country, ar.' now prepared to re?
ceive orders from planters and others
wishing t.) purchase. The long established
and well known reputation i-f Elliott's
Cotton Gins will, we hope, be a sufficient
guarantee that the article will iriv>- entire
satisfaction. J. M. ELLIOTT is <'0.,
May Hi 2mo Winnsboro, S. C.
STRAW. WOOL AND
F IT K HATS ! !
CASSMERES Wi) TWEEDS
AT REDUCED PRICES!
\T7"E offer the balance or our stock ol
VV SPBING and SI'M.Ml'.li unODS AT
i ? >ST.
Wc have recently made :; ia: ge addition
to our stock of CASSIM ERES, TWEEDS
ami HATS, and will rec; ive, in a few davn,
a Urge addition tc oui stock hf CLOT*H
Wo have the lar* e-it assortment of HATS
to be found in this city .-mbrscini" a fi the
known stvh .
Uar Ready-made Goods
Are mostly of our own manu fuel ure; ano
those desiring lo patronize hmm produc?
tions are invited t ?> call.
Our stock of FRENCH and ENGLISH
OASSIMERF.S is larine, and we will MAKE
TO ORDER at CORRESPONDING RE
June j REDELE S ROW.
SPO RTSMEN's A C COXJTR EMENT8.
An ilegant assortment ..! FISHING
TACKLE-Rods, Reels. Rot... Hooks,
Lines. Ac. At LOW PRICES.
P. W. KRAFT,
Washington street, opposite old Jail.
N. B-Manufacturing and repairing
.nbstantlallv and neatly executed.
May 26 ly
A RT I FICI A L
Legs and Arms.
\m ww um nnipiw
ff AVE i tabhshed a branch ..nie- and !
1 J_ uianufacti i v at Columbia, s. . .
The improved AUTOMATIC LEG AND
VRM manufactured bj this company are 1
unsurpassed by any in the world.
Our workmen are practical artificial leg
andar?n makers -three of them wearing
lege of their own manufacture.
Our facilities are unsurpassed. Our 1
work warranted ..nu year. Call and ex
..mme our specimens, or address
PANNELLY, MARSHALL * C< . ,
Seeder's Building. Columbia, S C.
Offices -.Madison, tin., Nashville, Tenn.,
Columbia, S._C. May ?7 Imo .
Thos. P. Walker,
Magistrate and Coroner,
Office in Post Office building,
COLUMBIA. 3. C June S
HERRING'S Patent Champion Fire.
Burglar, Powder and Damp Proof
SAFES for ?ale. The only sure protection
from fire. I can furnish these ?afee, all
sizes, at manufacturer's prices, freight
added. J. n. KIN ABD, Agent,
May 19 2mo Columbia, 3. C.
SCOTT & MCMASTER
A BE now prepared to Issne LIFE, FIRE.
' xi MARINE and ACCIDENTAL POLI
j Cll^S. U3_ Ofliee No. 5 Law Range, Co
< lumbia, S. C.
; II EN RV E. SCOTT. F. \V. McMASTER
.Tune 7 Imo*
GIBBES & HUGGINS,
! Insurance Agents.
RISKS against Fire taken in the follow?
ing Companies, at fair ratee, and no
j charge for poneos:
NORTH AMERICAN COMPANY,
! NATIONAL COMPANY,
< oNTINENTAL COMPASV,
VIRGINIA STATE COMPANY,
I New Y'ork.
NEN MUTUAL COMPANY,
; EN'-JUANGE on New York and Charles -
, ton bought and 60ld; dealers in Stocks,
j Bonds, AC. Tho highest price paid for
Gold. Silver mu? Rank Notes.
! TAMPS G. GIBBES, GEO. HUGGINS,
j Office Plain ttreet, Columbia, S. C.
M. E. NICHOLS.
; Corner of Assembly and Washington Sts.,
CuLUMBIA, S. C.,
REPRESENTS a number of tho best
both Northern and Southern-corupa
I nies, possessing an aggregate capital ot
i LIFE, FIRE. MARINE.
j INLAND AND ACCIDEN?
TAL RISKS taken on equi
jtable terms, and all losses
I promptly paid.
j&?r*Polieies made payable
in Gold or ( 'urreney.'^?a.
Mulch 1 Gmo*
CoLVMiiiA, June 'J, 180o.
].V>K the information of persons who
mav be ignorant of tho laws of the
I city, and to prevent any further violation
; of Maid laws herein mentioned, the follow
in," Ordinance? are republished:
.. Bs tt ordained. That it shall not IK- law?
ful t i drive any wagon, cart or other car
1 riage, or ride or lead any horse across or
upon any open brick dram, within tho cor
porate limits of tho city of Colnmbia, ex?
cept nt the bridges or other places pro?
vided for crossing said drains, under a
penalty not exceeding twenty dollars fot
each and every offence."
"Hr. it fui-?icr ordained, That it shall not
l.e lawful to drive any wagon or other car?
riage, or i ide or lead am uorso or mule, oi
sutler them to stand upon any pavement,
except in cases of absoluto necessity; and
any person offending herein, ?hall be sub?
ject to a fine of not loss than ono, nor mora
than fifty dollars."
.hm* 5 _THEO. STARE, Mayor
Notice to Owners of Croat? and Swine.
PARTIES who own any of tho above
mentioned animals, a?e notified that
Goats and Swine found running at large
iu tho Btreete of Columbia, on and after
the fcth inst., will be seized by the police
and impounaed in the lot near the Guard
House THEO. STARK, Mayor,