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To the Public.
TT7K, TMK UiTDKKSIClNKD PHYSICIANS Otf
J T Camden, i?? consideration of tlio late action of the
"Medical Society of Charleston, increasing their charges
from three to five times thoso hi their old fee hill, have
ngteed from the present date to adopt the minimum
recommendation, making our charges iliroe times the
li.nml ^its, which wo believe is as iow" as-is adopted in
any part of the State. Discretion will be used iu par*
'icular-vases.
L. if. DEAS, AID.
J,. M. DnSAUSSURE, AID.
T. W. SALMCfXl), AID.
II. 11. AlATlfKSON, MI).
. '< JOHN*AloOAA, MT).
August -5 . . 0
If illfl
rmutt RTTtisr.inTuar itvns T tcA VV. TO INFDRM
A. the citizens of Camden, find the surrounding
country, that he has 011 hand, for sale the following nrj
tides, to wit:
Rait, Lanl, Bacon. Butter, Flour. Meal, Grits, Brown
Sugar, Molasses.- ltioe, Tobacco.X'ignrs, Soda, Cotton
tiaras, Cotton Yarn. Coffee, Black Pepper. Vinegar,
Cryst Sugar, Ac, nil of which will he sold at the lowest
possible rates for cash, or exchange tor country
product). '
. August 25 tf .BASSKTT SIKHS. '
Notice to Distillers.
DISTILLKIIS OF FRUIT FOIL NIXKTY DAYS
or less are required to pay a tax of sixty dollars,
and nlso filly cents per gallon on tho first ten gallons,
and two dollars per gallon on ali spirits distilled beyond
that quantity. Parties int rested will please take
notice of this, otherwise the penalty will bo imposed, .
JOHN CAXTKY, ) .
11. M. K K N M KDY. J A hfC3Sor'"*
Wau Tax Officii, August UOtli 1SG4.
August *2^ 2
Notice.
A T T. 11 l UlVli1 OT An A I von
Auu i kuovxin j i v j.livjt vuauiq ;ujir*.i^oi
the Kstato of Angus McLcod, of Kershaw District'docoused,
will present iho sp'i.o to mc duly'attested,
nil poixms indebted to said Estate will make
.payment to mo, as it'is desirable to settle up tbo 10s.;
tateras soon as possible.
Attgu?t '21 3 J. IC. RODGERS, Ex'tr.
Hog Stolen.
a xv person having purchased yyitiij\
' l \T the past week, a small white and black male
snoat. unmarked, will please report the sume to this
otAeo. They shall not loose the hog, the object being
to detect the thief.
August 2<5 % 3d
For Sale-.
rUU'n GOOD PLANTATION AY AGON Ik APPLY
J. TO S SIUVER.
August .17 .7
Wiosu'iP'irs;:^ ;!*<> JABL.
k NEGRO W O.MAN CALLS HER NAME
I !k. Alary aiidsays that she belongs In Mr. Drown
on Rlack River, and that. Mr. Drown and his wife arc
both dead. Said woman is about five and a half^fect
hijh. and about liliy years n! I. (00 <>r 5.7.) she is very
simple or playing oil'so. I cant c.-ll which.
Th^'owner is requested to come I'm ward prove
r.ron-a tv. ni'V extiiUi-es and take hor nW.av.
July 22 DUNCAN" SliKOliX, .Tailoc. !
i
. ' Administrator's Notice, j
A IX XKX-OXS UAGIXU CLAIMS AHA INST j
l'.\. the Fstnlc t?f Moses Konmltici* latent' Kershawi
Dialrici doc ased. will presort. thorn to th<* subscriber j
properly alt est ?<1, ntnl Mioso indijhtc 1 to said K.-tate i
will please make payment, at as*early a day as. pos
aihlo to .10ilN" llUXXNU..', AdinY
A artist 10 :i
Estate .Sale.
7 >Y OUDDlt OF A. L. McDON AM). ORDINARY
-D of Ner.->b;:w Distinct, i will sell, on Ike 1st
Monday in September next, at 12 o'clock, at. the Court.
I.'vutsc, in Camden, to the highest bidder,, a tract o
land in said District, belonging to the estate of W. T.1
Custon, deceased, containing ninety three and 1-10
acres more or less, bounded by land of the estntoa of
]). McRao, H. W. DeSaussuro and others, on a credit
of three years, with bond and mortgage, and so much
cash as wjll pay cost. I>. SI I HO [IN,
August 13 31 Sheriff K. D.
, Depot Soldiers Board of Re
lief.'
Oamijrx, S. C., August 6, 1801.
ON AND A FT ICR THIS DATE AND UNTIL
further notice my regular days for delivering
corn, ifce., will boon Tuosdev and Friday of each week.
All persons interested will govern themselves accordingly.
. J. M. GAYLE,
August 6 # 4. . Agojit.
C3?" Confederate please copy.
" NOTICE TO PLANTERSA
GOOD SUBSTITUTE KM>R. BAG'
x UflflO.
I HAVE'ON HAND A FEW BALES OF SUPKrior
8 onpco Osnnburgs, said to bo equal to Dundeo
-Bagging for packing Cotton, with the advantage of its
being less than half iho cost.
Aujmst 23 5t d It, M. KENNEDY.
A Horse for Sale.
A FIftAT-ltATIC SADDLE HORSE FOR PALE,
?and can bo seen at Samuel Shiver's stable at
nnv time. R. 11. PRICE.
August 18 tf.
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ill Mini iWH>liniruf<p?
Special ISTotices. i
"rtOTBCJE.
'MY BUSINESSi&ERKAFTElt WILL BE CON-",
ducted strictly gn the cnali system.
Allorders must pOfUiiHy be accompanied with the
cash. * ' - '
Those indebted to tfie will please come farwnrd and
pay up. , WM. McKAIN.
Julv 7 . M v ..." . . 6t.
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AJ^3STQTJ3>jpiaME]SrTS.'
Mh. Editor : Yqtl Will pl6aee announce the following
gentleman ns candidates for re-eleetien to tho
1 louse of Bepte.sentntives^froin Kershaw District, at
tho ensuing election in October, and oblige their
fliends: '
Mjijor J. M..Df.SAUSSURE. "
D. D. riiitRY.
July 1 ?
Mi; Ennou: A s-thc time is approaching when tho
people of Kershaw District., will have to select, those
vlio will represent-them, in the ensuing Legislature
we respectfully reeor\pnend the following gentlemen
u.s a candidates.
For Senator.
N Mnj. A. IT. HOY KIN
For Representatives.
Maj. J. M. DbSAUSSURIC,
Capt. W. 7*. LK11?X KIT.
By inserting the above, you will oblige
_April 15. ,\IANY VOTKRS.
I'Jor Ju ftesentadvr.
The friends of Capt. W. r?. Df.PASS, announce him
n candidate for Representative to Lho South Carolina
Legislature, at tho noxt October election.
' July .1 '?
For Representative.
Wo are authorized to announce Col. A. D. GOODWYN,
as a cindidato for tho Legislature at the ensuing
election. . .
April 22 tf
Fur Representative.
Wc'are authorized to announce Col."W. IT. TAYLOR
as a candidate for tho Legislature at tho ensuing
election.
Tune 10 tf
Mr. Kmtor: You will please announuno Capt.
WILLIAM OLYBITRN, as n candidate lot re-election
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as clerk of the Court ofCommon I'leos, for Keishaw
District, and obligo MANY FBIHND$.
April. l.">.
fFVy aM^?flyW>i'lwaw*MWIIHWa'grw?iwww'ii
Slave Labor for. the Coast,
DIVISION NO. 2.
J" COM MI SSI 0 N K US OF BO ADS AND
lL town authorities williin'the Judicial Districts of
Lancaster. (Kershnw. Cliestcrtield, Darlington. Mnrll>oro.
hlnriou. Sum tor, Clarendon. W illinmsbur]*. and
Horry, "will to:tliwitli sninniou all slaveholders within
their respective limits to deliver I ?N K-ll A LI? of their
slaves, liable to rond doty, at t;ho Railroad depots neatest
their residence, on TUKSD AY Tii 10 27'i'ii day
OF SHPTKMDKIJ NKXT, at 8 o'clock, a. in , there to
await transportation to Charleston, for thir'y days
labor on tbo fortifications.
II. The Confederate authorities have made a requisition
upon the Suite for T\yo Thousand laborers ihonihly.
The proportion of one-fourth heretofore called Tor. bad
liiilod to supply halfof this number. In view of this
tact and the jrreat tnycneyHif the dvnifnd fur labor at j
this time, it is deemed expedient to shorten the ii.terval
lift ween the c.ilM. and increase 'he quota. '1 his is
tin violilimi if llii> In vv fur it ilur-s nut fir llio iiii.itii rif
iahur, nor the interval between the calls, bf?t prescriKxs
that such proportion dial I b* called for as will fill the
roqusilion, giving dully days noiice. Kaeli Division
in llie order fixed will be "required to furnish thin
quota, and no injustice will be dune to nnv.
III. All parties, whether individuals or companies,
who own or ftnploy more than ono road hand. are required
to furnish thv'ir quota, (one-half) unless relieved
by detail ironi Department Headquarters. Th\s can
relieve only those hands permanently engaged on the
specific-work for wlueh the detail was granted. Coinniissi<?ncu\s
of roads will give their attontion to this
matter and report to this office.
IV. Groat confusion exists from the imperfect nxan*nor
In which the manes of owners are given to agents
at the several depots. It the duty of one, or more
of the Commissioners, to ho present to verify tlx.* quota
of ouch owjer, and prepare correct listr!
Within five dayVnltor-deVivery 011 this call they will
please forward to this office names of delimiters in their
rcspcctivo divisions of roads.
II. B. JOHNSON,
Agent of the Stnto of So. t'a. '
August 20. s.UMh.td,
Headquarters,
CONSCRIPT DEPARTMENT, {
Columbia, Aug. 17, 1864. )
SPECIAL ORDERS NO, 104.
m DURING THE ABSENCE OF THE COM
numdaut of Conscripts from-his Post, Licuirnaut
It. B, DOYLESTON will act as Coinuiaudaut
of Conscripts, and will 1)6 oboycd and respected accordingly.
By command ofMaj. Mbi.tos, Oomdt. of Conscripts.
JAS. WOOD DAVIDSON,
Lieut, and Adj't.
Carolinian thrco insertions?every other papor
in the Stato once each.
August 20. . 1
" : 1 Wheat Mill,
Tam now prepared to grind wheat at
short notice. My Mill is in good order, #iid' produces
as tine Hour ns-enn he desired by any one.
Parties sending wheat to me may rely on my personal
attention. J. 11. V AUG HAN,
Juiy 28?Gd 6 miles above Camden.
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1 l) I ST ft I 'JT DIE E C T 0 RY*
DISTRICT OFFICERS.
;V; legislator*.
II. Boykin-?Senator..
John Aft; iTfcSaupSure, I). D. Perry? Representatives.
; .
- f.-- Magistrates.
John K. "VYitherspoou, VViu. 1). Ilognn, \V. 11. Taylor,"
Hcury Brace, .fcihn K. Shaw, Richard L.
WBItakor, J. T. diarker.
V ,y - "
I1] Commissioners t<f Jtoads.
J. M. DaSaussure Clmirfainn, B. T. McCoy, W. E.
Ilughes, Daniel D. KirklnnU, James L. McDow&U.&ewis
J. Patterson, J. .English I)oby,
Fred..- I&wen, John L. Mickle, (lillam Sowell,
Richmond 11. Terrell, Emanuel Parker.
The sixth section of the "Act to establish certain
Itoads, Bridges and Ferries." parsed December
17," is as follows :
" That each Commissioner of Roads now in of
nee, or ucreauov appointed, snau serve until a
successor. ,is appointed, nud lias accepted. This
section to be in force during the war.
Commissioners of Frte Schools.
Wiley Kelley, Win. Dixon, .Tames Team, 0. 6f*.
Haile, Jesse Truesdel, Dnniel Bcthune, A. L.
McDowell.
- Commission&s of Jhihlic DuilJint/s.
John Workman, ll! M. Kennedy, 11. 11. Johnson, P.
I.. Zemp, L. W. R. Blair, James B. Ourcton, Win.
1)/ McDownll Chairman, C. IV B., Coliu Macroa
Treasurer. J
C>)}i>mi.i3>o7>rrs to Apjtrovc. Public Securities.
Joliu M. DeSaussure, Juntos Dunlap, Wen. IS. Johnson,
sr., A. M. Kennedy, Thos. E. .Shannon.
Commissioners of the. Poor.
E. Parties,' A. A. McDowell, John 0. Iligging, R.
M. Kennedy, J. S. Dcl'ass. W. E. Hnghson, See.
nml Trees.
President and Directors of Com den Bridge Co.
President?John?M. DcSwyssure.
Directors?John Macrae. B. Perkins, James Tenm,
CVlin Macrae, See. & Troon.
Soldier's Board 'jf l{tUcf.
John M. Dehnusswre. h. Barnes, James Dunlnp, J.
^j,Ro3s Dye, 0. Mosely,' James Team, Jcsso Trucsdel,
John -It. Mickle, Charles Raloy, John Gaskins,
Daniel Gardner.
Coroner.
John S. Meroney.
Managers of Elections.
Camden?John S. Meroney, C. A- McDonald,
Wm McKftin.
Cuveton's Mill?Frederick Ilowen, James Team,
Kmanncl Darker.
rial 'Rock?.Jesse Truesdol, Jamos Fletcher,
George It. Miller.
Buffalo?Win. Mungo, G:11am Sowcll, IVm. Cato.
Lizenby'a?Jqhn McGouga'n, Daniel McCaskill,
Donald McDonald. '
Schrock's Mill?B. T. McCoy j Alexander McLeod,
Henry lladclilTc.
Goodwin's Store?Benjamin Cook, John I?. Mickle,
James II. Vaughn.
Liberty Hill?A. D. Jones, jr., K. C. Patterson,
11. II. Cunningham. v ' i
OJJiccrs of Co,urf.
Joseph D. Duiilnp* Commissioner in Equity; AV.
Clyburn, Clerk; A. L. McDonald, Ordinary;
l'uncan Slicom, Sheriff.
Tax .Collector.
William McKain. 3
Confederate Unrolling Ojfir.tr.
W. 'A. Leilnei*.
Confederate War Tax-Collector.
' A. M. Kennedy.
kf oil it Canfey, 15. M. Kennedy.
Collector of Tax in Kind.
James Jones.
Chief CommissaryfyAgcni.
J. II. Devercaux.
Confederate Quartermaster's'^Ayent,
James Sowers.
State Quartermaster's Agent.
A. Markley Lee.
Receiving and Delivering Agent.
'J. M. Onyle.
Officers of the Town of C'S^utlcn.
Inter) dan t.
Tamos Dunlap.
Wardens.
N. I). Baxlcy, 1). D Hocotr, L. M. Boswcll* K- M.
Kennedy.
Recorder.
R. M. Kennedy. i
Marshal and Market Clerk.
Wm. Johnson.
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Professional. .
Physicians now Practicing.
L. II. Reas, I>. L. DeSnussiire, T. Reensijeyna,
W. R. Sikcs, Benjamin H. Mathcson, J. McCna,
,7. I. Trantham, NY.'L. Pickett,.B. S. Lucas, T.
F- McDow, L.,M. DcSaussurc, Thomas W. Salmond,
F. L. Zemp.
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[ Lux j/rrx,
Wm, M. Shannon. W. ?. Leitncr.
W. M. Kennedy. Vr. R. -Taylor.
Joseph I). Dunlup. G. Bailey.
J J enlist'.
M. Bissel). *
Purveyors.
Colin Macrae, Daniel Beibuue, C. C. ilailo
.Scholastic, Mercantile, Sl Mechanical.
Acttlei/iiis and Primary Schools in Cliindcri.
L McCaudlcSs' Male Academy; F. Siaudeumyer,
male acadomy ; Mi's. MoCftudJcss' Academy for
Young Ladies, Mrs. McCreighi ; Miss Dawson v
Mrs. Miss Maggie'DeNoon.
lJrulers in Dry Goods, Grocnics. Uardxcur'e ?(., <j(\
E. 'NV. Uonney, James Duulnp, George Alden, Mtb.
M. T. Campbell, 1^. M. Kennedy, Mrs. McLeish,
Mcndal Smith, Mrs. Conner, Mrd. Crosby,
Benjamin, Muthcson & Co., A. T. Latti, W. D.
McDowall, i3. Oppenheim, M,. Bautn & Bro., Meroney,
Buswell & Bro., J. M. Qaylc, Joseph
Sonnners, T. 8. Myers, Jauies McKxren; >V.
C. Gerald & Co., George Douglas', J. H. Oppenlicini
&. Bro., Win. Johnson, D. D. Hocotf, 8.
JSikes.,
Bruygials.
Wm. ik'ltaiu, F. If. 7.emp.
Book Seller and Stationer.
James A. Young.
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TTrt^c/ie* and Jewelry
James AvYoung, I. B. Alexander, A "Uy Wehr.
ban. *
Blacksmith.s Wagon and CuiT.iagcMakers..
S. Shiver, Robert Man, Nathan B. Arrants, Thomas
Shiver. R. It., blacksmith.
Cabinet Warerooms and Undertakers.
C. L. Chatten, Wm. Tnrver, J. F. Sutherland,
Builders. ^
J. F Sutherland, C. L. Chntten, IF. C. Roberts.
Merchant 7'ailor.
Charles A. McDonald.
Saddleru and JIurnt.%?.
F. J. Oakcs, Sir. Bulger.
. Wheelwright and Ginmaktr
11. -J. McCreigbt..
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Jlakers^
Sirs. M A. Kennedy, V. Shoemaker, Wm. DaaBch.
Tan- Yards.
L. B. Stephenson, F. L. Zcmp, John S. Bradley,
Alex. McLeod, Lewis J. Patterson, John Brown.
Hotels.
Mansion House, by - E. G. Robinsoni:
DcKalb House, by J. H. Jungblutb.
Private Hoarding.
? " J. W. Rotl^rs.
\MUinary and Dress Making. .
Miss-D; fl. McEwcn, Mrs. HnmmerBlaug Y
Churches.
Methodist?l.'T. SVightinan, pastor.
Presbyterian?S. 11. llay, * 44
Episcopal?T. P. Davis, jr., 44
Baptist?W. E. llughson, 44
lirain and JLumber mills.
F. L. Zciup, flour unci grist.; Jos. II. Vaughn,, .flour*- '
and grist; James A. Kirklnnd, grist; J F. Sutherland,
lumber and grist.; W. L. Hughes, lumber
ami grist; Charles Perkins, lumber; Col. JamOu C.
lluile, lumbal* and grist; A. II. Boykin, flouv, .
grist and lumber; L. W. R. Blair, flour ami
grist; Charles llalcy, flour and grist; J. II. Sow>
ell, grist; John W. Gnskins, flour, grist and lumber;
John A. Young, grist and lumber; T. Jfr *
Cauthen, lumber; Robert Kirklcy, grisrt) estate
.1 "Wm.' Shields, grist and lumber; George R.
Miller, flour and grist ; L. J. Patterson, flour
and grist ; John S. Milier, flour and grist'; estate
of T. Lang, grist and lumber; W. M. Kolleyf
grist, John Chosnut, grist and lumber; James
Cliesnut. sr., gvist and lumber; John McRae,
grist and lumber; John Bv6wn, grist; estate of
Burwell Boykin, grist and lumber; estate of
Lemuel Boykin, grist and lumber ; Mrs. Jane J.
Knox, grist.; Richard Hyatt, flour and gvist-;,
T T)..n..lnn ? ,1
lJVWia A'W|r*ur?j uuvit j gi ini- aim iumuvi *
POST OFFICE, CAMDEN, S- C.
MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. "
RICHMOND, CHARLESTON, COLUMBIA, WESfERtT
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v AND WAY MAILS. * *
Due?Daily, hy 1 20 P. M
Close?Daily by 6 00' P. M
LANCASTER, FLAT ROCK, &C.
Duo?Monday, Wednesday <fe Friday by 12 00 Xt'.
Close?Same days, at 11 00 A". Xt
RED IIILL, RUSSEL PLACE, &C.
Due?Thursday, by 12 00 . if
Closes?Samo day, at 11. ^)0 A. M
TILLER'S FERRY, JEFFERSON, &C.
Due?Monday, by 12 00 Xf
Closes?Friday, at 10 00 A. M
OFFICE HOURS.
From 8 00 A. M. to 2 00 P. XL, "and for short,
timo after opening the mail at night
T. W. PFOURS, P. M ,
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