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Want to Purchase Negroes' "-p&lfi SUBSCRIBER WISH'KS TO PURCHASE r* JL fcoin twenty to twenty-livO likely youu/ NEGROES. Pol" said negroes the highest -casbr prices" win bo paitjU . JONATHAN JrAGE. August 30 / tf \ Notice. ./ WE/TUE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE ADOPTED tlie following:; prices for Luuibpf at our mills: First quality per hundred feet J $9,00. Second ' " " / 7,00..Refuse and Ruff Edge / 5,00. 0 V J AS. CgESNUT, Sr. W. E. HUGHJES, * CHARLES PliRKIN$, SUTHERLAND ,t LKMMOND. August 30. ^ y > 2w. Notioe, \TO ALL WitOM IT MAY CONCERN. . A LL "PERSONS #lRE HEREBY F^RWARNED tTV. not to opbn account, in any wise, against me Without a Written order from me, as I wiR, not pay them." / W. JB. YOUNG. Aimdst 30 v2t. ?39? Confederate copy once. \ * ^ ; ^fern _ i.i. _ 71..tlk' _ a xo me ruujxu; WE, T1IK UNDERSIGNED PHYSICIANS OF Camden, in consideration of the Into action of the Medical Society of Charleston, increasing their charges from three to five times tluwc in their old foe.bill, have agreed from the preftout date to ndop? the minimum recommendation, making our charges three times the usual fees, which wo believe is as low as is adopted in any part of'tlio State. Discretion will be uEed in pnrf 'ticular cases. ? L. It-. DEAS, MD. . L. M. DuSAUSSURK, MD. T. W. SALMOND, MD. W B. 11. MAT11KSON, MD. JOHN MftGAA, MD. August 25 G SEW GOODS! >YMIE SUBSCRIBER BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM -1 tfio citizens of Camden, and the surrounding. x conntry. that he lias on lmnd, for sale tlio following ar-. ticlos, to wit: Salt, Lard, Bacon. Butter, Flour, Meal, Grits, Brown Sugar, Molasses, Hiee, Tobacco. Cigars, Sodn. Cotton Cards, tJotton Yam. Coffee, Black. Pepper, Vinegar, Crust Sugar, .fee, all of which will he sold at the lowest possible rates for cash, or exchange lor country produco. ' f August 25 ' w BASSETTYSIKES. Hog Stolen. Any person having purchased within the past week, a small while and bio ok male "Shoot, unmarked, will please report the same to this office. They shall wot loose the hog, the object being . . to detect the thief. August 2<? . . ?.d ?^ ' t r Administrator's Notice. w \ ll persons haging claims against ?"JL?tho rotate Of Moses Round true late ot Kershaw District deceased,-will present them to the subscriber properly attested, and those indebted to said Estate will please make payment, at as early a. day as pos si hie to * >r JOHN JJR-VXNON," Adin'r August 19' 3 Estate Sale. T>Y OltDDR OF A. L. MCDONALD. ORDINARY 1) of Kershaw District, I will sell, on the 1st Monday in SopLember next at 12 o'elook, at the Court House, in Camden, to the highest bidder, a tract o land in said District, beiongtug to the estate cf \V. T. Caston, deceased, containing ninety three and 1-1-0 acres more or les-*, bounded by land of tlib estates, of D. MoRae, 11. W. DeSnusstiro and others, on a credit of three year*, with bond and mortgage, and so much cash as will pay coSt. D. SI1150RN, August 13 31 Slier ill" K. D. Depot Soldiers Board of Relief. Camden, S. C., August C, 1864. AND AFTER THIS DATE AND UNTIL v>f lurtner notice my regular nays lor delivering "corn, \fcc., will boon Tuesday, and Friday of each week! All pcraoua iutorested will govern themselves accordingly. ' , J. M. GAYLE, August 6 4. Agent. ZW Confederate please copy. NOTICE TO PLANTERS^ A GOOD SUBSTITUTE TOR BAG CXNB. I HAVE 02J.IIAND A FEWBALES OF SUPE rior 8 ounco Osnahurgs, said to ho equal to Dumlei Bagging lor packing Cotton, with the advanttigo ol itf boing leas than half tlio tost. August 23 5td R. M. KENNEDY. Notice to Distillers.. Distillers of fruit for ninety days or loss are required to pay a tax of sixty dollars and also fifty conts per. gallon ou tlio first ten gallons and two dollars per gallon on ali supirits distilled be yond that quantity. Parties interested will please tak< notice of this, other wiso tlio pcnulty will bo imposed JOHN CANTEY. ) . I i R. M. KENNEDY. \ Assessors. i Wab Tax Office, August 20th 1864. fe August 23 ' 2 ggg^esa^ggggggg*I I I [> I _ "M in Special 1SToticee. r .SoxicJB. MY BUSINESS HEREAFTER "WILL BE CONducrted Btrictly on'the cash systenh All orders must positively bo accompanied with the cash. Those indebted to me will please come Janvard and pay up. * "YVM. McKAIN. July 7" *" 6t.? -111- I * - > I ' 1 ! Ll L? AJSTJSTQITlSrClCMiEISrTS., Mit. Editor: You will please announce the following gentleman as candidates for re-election to the House of Representatives, from Kershaw District, at' tho ensuing election in OetobeV, and oblige their friends: ^fojor J. M. DeSAUSSURE.. ' Capt. D. I). PERRY. July 1 ilr Editor; As tho time is approaching when the people of Kershaw District, will have to select, those who will reprosent them, in tlio ensuing Legislature wo respectfully recommend the followiug gentlemen as a candidates. Fur Senator. Maj. A. II. iiOYKIN Fi>r Representatives. MAj. J. M. DESAUSSCTtlK, ' Capt. W. Z. LFJTNER. By inserting the above, you will oblige April 15. ^ MANY VOTERS. For Representative. ? We aro authorized to announce Col. A. IV GOODWYN, as a candidate for the Legislature at tho ensuiag election. . April 22 if For Representative. Wo aro authorized to announce Col W. R. TAYLOR as a candidate for tho Legislature at tho ensuing election. June 10 tf_ Mr. Editor: You will please announuce Capt. WILLIAM CLYBURN, as a candidate for re-election as clerk of tho Court of Common Pleas, for Kershaw n..<4 u amv ratirvrir April 15. Slave Labor for the Coast, DIVISION NO. '2. I- COMMISSIONERS OF ROADS AN1) *"1IK town authorities within the Judicial Districts of Lancaster, Korshaw, Cheslerfielch Darlington, Marlboro, Marion. Sumter, Claroiitlon, Williamsburg, and Horry, will forthwith summon all slaveholders within their respective limits to deliver ONF-HALF of their slaves, liable to road duty, at. the Railroad depots nearest their residence, on TIHOSDAY THE ''7Til L) A Y 01*' SEPTEMBER NEXT, at 8 o'clock, a. in , (hero to await transportation to Charleston, for thirty days labor on the lortili',alions. 11. The Confederate anthorithv? have made a requisition upon tho State lor Two Thousand laborers monthly. The proportion of one-fourth heretofore called for," had failed to supply half of this number. In view of this fact and the great urgency of the demand for labor at this time, it is deemed expedient to shorten the interval betnvoen the calls, and increase tho quoin- This i* no violation <~f tin) law. for it hops hot lix the quota of labor, nor thejniiTvnl between the calls,.hut proscribes tliAt such proportion shall be called for as will till the requsitum, ^ivinjr thirty days notice. . Kacli- 'Division ; in 1 he order fixed will required to furnish this' quota, and no injustice will be (lone to any: III. All parties, whether individuals or companion, who own or employ more than one road hand, aro required to furnish their quota, (one-lialf) unless relieved by detail trom Department Headquarters. Tins can relieve only tliose bands pormanently engaged on the speeitic work for which the detail was granted Commissioners of roads will give their attenliou to this matter and report to this ollice. ? IV. (licit confusiqn oxisls from the imperfect manner In which the names of owners are given to ugents at thesovel'al depots, ft is the ditty of one, or more of the Commissioners, tp be present to verify the quota of each owner, and prepare correct lists. Within five (I ays ib ft or delivery on this call they will please forward to this oflico names of defaulters in thc-ir respective divisions ot roads. It. li. JOHNSON, A gent of thb Slate of So. Ca. August 20. . H.tu.lh.td. Headquarters, CONSCRIPT DEPARTMENT, ) Columbia, Aug. 17, 1864. f SPECIAL ORDERS NO. 1G4. J I T DURING THE ABSENCE OF THE COM> X-IjJLo mandatil of Conscripts from his i^ost, Liou' tenant R. B. BOYLE8TON will net as Commandant of Conscripts, and will bo obeyed and respected accord* injrly. ' By command of Maj. Melton, Cojndt. of Conscripts. J AS. WOOD DAVIDSON. Lieut, and Adj't. - Carolinian tliroo insertions?every otber paper J in thoStalo once each. 3 August 20. . 1 . r " Wheat Mill. I AM NOW PREPARED TO GRIND WHEAT AT short uolico. My Mill is in good order, and pro5 duces as lino Hour as can bo desired by any one. i, Parlies sending wheat to me. tuny rely on my poci, sonal attention. J. &. VAUGHAN, Juiy 28?6d , 6 milos above Camden. For Sale rPWO GOOD PLANTATION WAGONS: APPLY JL TO S. SniVER. August 27 . 3' / % I DISTRI CT DIRECTORYi I DISTRICT OFFICERS. Legislators. * A. H. Roy kin?Senator. Jplui At. DcSaussure, D. D. Perry?Representatives. " * Magistrate. John K. Withfcrspoon, Wm. D.Hogan, W. R. Taylor, Hehry Bruce, John R." Shaw, Richard L. "Whitaker, J. T. Barker. Commissioners 'of Roads. J. M. DaSaussuve Chairman, B. T. McCoy, W. E.' llugheB, Daniel D. Kirkland, James L. Mc Dowall, Lewis J. Patterson, J. English Doby, Fred. Bo wen, John L. Mickle, Gillam Sowell, Richmond R. Terrell, Emanuel Parker. The sixth section of the " Act to establish certain Roads, Bridges and Ferries," passed December 17, is as^folloWS}: " That each Commissioner of Roads now in office, or herqqfter appointed, shall serve until a successor is anuointed. and has accented. This section to be in l'brce during the ftar. o Commissioners of Free Schools. Wiley Kclley, Win. Dixon, James Team, C. C. Haile, Jesse 'lYuesdel, Daniel Bethhne, Ji. L. McDowell. Commissioners of Public Building?. John Workmau, 11. M. Kennedy, R. B. Jolinson, F. L. Zemp, L. W. R. Blair, Jame? B. Oureton, Win. 1). McDowall Chairman,, C. 1\ B., Cblin Macrea Troasurcr. Commissioners to Approve Public Securities. Jolin'M. DeSaussrure, James Dunlap, \Vm. E. Johnson, sr., A. INK Kennedy, Thos. E: Shannon. a Commissioners of the Poor' E. Buvnes, A. A. McDowall, John O. Higgins. R. M. Kennedy, J_ S. DcPass. W. E. Hughson, Sec. and Treas. %. President and Directors of Camden Bridge Co. President?John Mi. DeSaussurc. . Directors?John Macrae, B. Perkins, James Team, Colin Macrae, Se c. & Treas. Solditlr's Board of Relief. John M. DcSaussu re, E. Barnes, James. Dunlap, J. Ross Dye, 0. Moscly, James Team, Jesse Trues'del, ,.John 'B. Miickle, Charlfe's Raley, John GaskiiiH, Daniel Gardner. ~ >i Coroner. . John S. Rleroney. Managers of Flections. ('million?Jolm S. Mcroney, C. A- McDdtijtld, Win McKain. Curoton's Mill?Frederick Bowen, James Team, Emanuel Parker. Flat Rock?Jesse Truesddl, James ' Fletcher, George 11. Miller. ' Butlalo?Wm. Mungo, Gillam Sowell, Wm. Calo. idzcuhy's?John McCfougan, Djinicl MeCaskill, D.onald McDonald. Schrock's Mill?B. T. McCoy, Alexander McLcod, Henry Rudcliffe. Goodwin's Store?Benjamin Cook, John B. Mickle, James II. Vaughn. Liberty llill?A. D. Jones, jr., R. C. Patterson, 11. 15. Cunningham. Oj/icers of Court. ' Joseph D. Ihiulap, Commissioner in Equity; W. . Olyhurti, Clerk; A. L. McDonald', Ordinary; DunJaii Slicorn, Slierifl'. i ' Tar Col lector. William McKain. Cotifulerale Unrolling Officer. W. Z. Leitner. * Confederate- War Tax-Collect or. .A. M. Kennedy. Assessors* John Cautey,. It. M. Kennedy. Collector of Tax in K\ind. Jauie? Jones. Chief Commissary Agent. J. II. Duvereaaz. Confederate Quartermaslers^Agent. J umes Sowers. State. Quartermasters Agent. A. Markley Lee. Receiving and DeUverina Aaeni. J. M. Gayle. Officers of the Town of Oamden. Ihtendanl. > J(lines Dunlap. Wardens. t N. 1). Baxlcy, 1). D, Jlocott, L. M. Boswell, R* M. Kennedy. Recorder. R. M. Kennedy. Marshal and Market Clerk. , Wm. Johnson. Professional. Physicians now Practiciiuj. L. II. Dcas, D. L. DeSaussurc, T. Reenstjcrnn W. R. Sikcs, Benjamin H. Matheson, J. McCaa J. I. Tranthnm, W. L. Pickott, B. S. Lucas, T F- McDow. L. M. DcSanssure, Thomas W. Sal mond, F. L.< flciup. t * v 1 .. ' ; 2. I!'i . Larytrs, - ? Wm. M~ Shaunou., W. A. Leiincr. fc W. M. Kennedy. \V. R, Taylor. Joseph 1). Dunlap. O. Bailey. , Dentist. i M. Bissoll. ' ^| c Surveyors. Coliu Macrae, Daniel Bethune, C. C. Jlaile " * Scholastic, Mercantile, & Methanol. , t m . u Academies and Primary Schools in Camden. L. McCandless' Mnlo Acadti*yf P. Staudehfnyef* male academy-; Mrs. McCfendless- At ad e my ?for Young Ladies, Mrs. McCreight; Miss Dawson Mrs. -Feck; Miss Maggie DtNooft. Dealers in Jt)ry Goods, Groceries, Hardware <Jc., Ar. E. W. Bonney, James Dunlap, George Aldcu, Mrs. M. T. Campbell, R. M'. Kennedy, Mrs*. McLtisli, Mendal Smith, Mrs. Conner, Mrs. Crosby, j * Hoinamin Moll.??n.. t. V'? A 'N T_,.- A.' U- VU., -TX. JL JUUlllI) !) , U, " *" McDovrall, S. Oppenheiiu, M. Baum & B,ro., Mcjmnoy, Boswcll & Bro., J. M. Gayle, Joseph T5omincr3, T. S. Myers, James McEwu, W. C. Gerald & Co., George Douglas, J. H. Gppenheim & Bro., Win. Johnson, D. D. IIocoti||B. J Sites. 4 ^ Druggists. > Wm. McKain, F. L. Kemp. Book Stller and Stationed: James A. Young. ' Watches and Jewelry, . . James A'. Young, I. B. Alexander, A W Welirl>an. Blacksmiths, Wagon and Carriage Muksrs S. Shiver, Robert Man, Nathan B. Arrunts, Thomas . > Shiv&r. R. R., blacksmith. Cabinet Warer'ooms and Underthkers. C. L. Chattcn, Wm. Tarver, J. F. Sutherland, * Builders. J. F Sutherland,C. L. Chattcn, ll. C. Roberts. c' Merbhanl Tailor. Charles A. McDonald. Saddlery and I harness. . F. J. Oaket, Mr. Bulger: ? _? * Wheelwright and Gininak'er R. J. MoCreight. ( / -i Bakers. '* Mrs. M. A. Kennedy, F. Shoemaker, Wm. Dttasch: '' Tan- Yards. L. B. Slfephcnson, F. L. Zemp, John S. Bradley," il.T Af?T T nari a 1 1>? i I T?1 1> i?lV?JWWU, XJV.1TAO V. X y V Ullll UiUnll. Ildtkis. Mansion House; by - E. G. Robinsonr DeKalb House, by - 3. II. JungblutH Private Bout ding. J. W. Rodgers. ? \M dinarg and Dress Making. Miss D, II. McEwen, Mrs. Hammcvsloug r* Churches. Methodist?J. T. Wightman, pastor; Presbyterian?S. H. Hay, " . * Episcopal?T. F. Davis, jr., 44 Haptist?W. E. Hughs'on, 44 Grain and Lumber Mills: 7? *' I'. L. Zcinp, flour and jurist; Jos. II. Vaughn, Hour and grist: James A. Kirkland, grist; J F. Sutherland, lumber and grist; "W. E. Hughes,' lumber and grist; Charles Perkins, lumber; Col. James C. Iluilc, lumber and grist; A. II. Boykin, flpur,, grist and lumber; L. "VV. R. Blair, flour and grist; Charles Raley, flour and grist; J. It. Sowell, grist; JolmW. Gaskins, flour, grist and lumber; John A. Young, grist And lumber; T; J. Can then, lumber; llobcrt Kirkley, grist j estate /iVra. Shields, grist and lumber; George R. Miller, flour and grist; L. J. Patterson,. flour and grist; John S. Miller, flour and grist; estate of T. Lang, grist and lumber; W: "M'. Keltey, grist, John Chesnut, grist and lumber; James Chesnut, sr., grist and lumber; John Mcltac,, grist and lumber ; John Brown,"grist; estate .of 1 Burwcll Boykin, grist and lumber; estate of \ Lemuel Boykin, grist and lumber ;' Mrs. Jane J. Knox, ^rist.; Richard Hyatt; flour atld grist; Lewis Peeples, flour, grist an<jl lumber; POST OFFICE, CAMDEif, S. CMAIL ARRANGEMENTS mnimnnn. charixston. comimria. western AND WAY MAILS. Due?Daily, by 7 20 P. M Close?IJaily by fi 00 P. M LANCASTER, FLAT ROCK, &C. Due?Monday, "Wednesday & Friday by 12 00 M Close?Same days, at 11 00 A. M RED HILL, RUB8EL PLACE,- &C. Due?Thursday, by 12 00 Af" Closes?Same day, at 11 00 A. If TILLER'S FERRY, JEFFERSON, ?$ZC. Due?Monday, by 12 00 ' CloBes?Friday, at 10 00 A. M OFFlCfi HOttRS. From 8 00 A. M. to 2 00 P. M.,"and for short time after oponing ilio mail at night. T; W. T'KGDES, P. SI