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V ' ' . .4 f ' v * ^CTgp?CCTi?1 umrniii ?11 iTb J I ?r??W. ! ''mb For Sale' * * - 4 SUFERIOU%MILCH COW WILL BE SOLI) Cheap. Apply immediately at the Old.Brick 'Cortier, to I. . * ~ J. V. READ. Sept 7 ' ' f ' It , Wanted, - * 7 A GOAD WASHER, TO WASH BY THE D VT offy tlio month. Liberal wages "given. Apply nt this oflicc. , Se ptember 5 * , ' , 2 I ; 1 Nqtice to Producers. ; ' WAR .TAX OFFICE, ) * . Camden, S. "C., Sept. (>, 1861 f T WILL ATTEND AT THE FOLLOWING TIMES Jt and places to rceive returns of WHEAT, OATS, RYE, CURED HAY, and WOOL* produced in the present year: ' \ Liberty llill, on Monday, September 10. Flat Rock, on Tuesday, " . -20. -liuflalo, on Wednesday, " 21. Lisinby, on Thursday, " 22. * Sch rocks' Mill, KrJUay,' ' 2:1. Cure toil's Mill, Saturday, " 2-1. There is no exemptions 011 Wheat, t3?Us and live. j "Wool is taxable when more than tun pouuds is growi , and producers will make their returns accordingly. * , W./WAJfliACR, ' Asscs-or Tax in Kind, 17 Collection District. f September (J 5?ll\v School Notice. 'pilli EXERCISES OF MISS. DKXOOX'SSDllOOL X will be resumed on-the 1st October next. September ?> -It. ' . STATE OE-' fcOaJTEH" CA C5CM/5.V.I. | MV-^''4 v- >. h : * ? . _ AU.l t ^"ND.lNaP. GEInEUAT/S OFFlCli, j' v COUJMIUA, Sept. -1, 1 SCI. J GENERAL x01U)i:HH NO. II. \ ! V ' ALL PKttSOSS.LrAB.liK '10 A ("IT A L SRiy -vico but of their District* iti"* times of invasion au?J iiistirrorlinii will assoin'ol" oji fvVTlJ!ll*)A Y. i ho loth o( September, instant, at tho'.r u.-'jal regimen t;il parados, and llie senior officer in llw regiment will V.iko command. and will onroll every man in tho rogi-. ment litihlo In service as above.- Or. MONDAY, tl o 12th iiiHiant, the troops composing rlio <1 fforont regiments. supplied will) at least tour (1)?lays rations, will proceed l\v tho shortest and most expeditious route lor the purpose of completing lie- organi/ailion of tlio j troops lor active, service in the licM lo the following ! places of rcr.de/. vr.us, to-wit: The First. lhigade, conposed of the l.st, 2d. ltd," *lth, | ' fllh and *l2d Hegiiiients, at Jlelton. in Anderson ]>i.v-I trie!, under L't. fnl. J. \V. Harrison, A. D. l". I no wuii'i rii^aur. i.'i tin post u iii mo oui, tin. Olh and l'lili Regiments, nt NitiMy-si.v bcpol, under l,t Col. William J'. Hullo-, A. 1'. ( . The Third brigade,rnntpn.sed of the 1 lilt, 12lh. I3lhj 14 t.l?. 4 f>Ih Mud .13d II-^i.nefits, 1.1 branch villo, under i.i. Col. A. L'. Aldrieh. A P. The Fourth Jlri^ado, o-?inpc;sed of the Phli/ 1Ttb, j jsth and JOth Regiments. at Charleston, uinlt T Lt. Col. j "Wilniot (J. PeSanssi r . A. P. C. Tito i?*i11h brigade. composed of the 'JOili. 21.-1, 22(1, V>3d and -I 1111 Regiments, at Camden, nailer Lt. Col. i A II. lhiyhiu. -A. P. C. I The Sixtn brigade, eom'jiused of the 24lh. '2.7th. 20th J ami 271ii Kogimentx, at Wlmisborn. under Lt. Col. C. I ]?'. Hampton, A. P. C. . . The Seventh and Highlit llrigadea will he organized i intd?'r suhsenuent orders. The Ninth "brigade, composed of the 34th, 3.">lh, 3GLh, j 37ih autl *10th Regiment-*. at llnioy (J. 11., under Lt. j Col. K. (i. MeCaw, A. I?. C. , The Tent^j Brigade, composed of the 38th, 30th, 40th, 41st and 4f>th llegimonis, Atf Newherry C. II., under Lt. Col. \V. D Simpson, A. P. C. II. All compnnv oUioors will nsxoinhla nt itioir muhoI regimental parades with accurate lists of the men in their respective nonts liabto to actual service, and will report all absantoos to the commanders of tlioir respective regiments wlion ;they .meet at their brigado rendezvous. III. Tho persons liable tinder this call ard tlio.se between 1G and 17 years cf age, aliens, exempts from Confederate service botwoen 17 and 50 years of ago during the continuance of such- exemption, and persons who have bc^m onrollod for Confederate service and detailed to remain at home in civil employments or pursuits, during tho continuance of such rjetail, unless such detailed person shall bo serving in some Confederate military organization.. IV. Thoso exempted under tho existing State laws from actual service out. of their respective districts, are earnestly urged totmito with tins organization lor llio defence of tho Stale. All who do not so unite will bo ntrrftnl'/ml Ktr flto /lAmtMon/liiwa /xf J HIU UUIIIIIiUUMIIJ^ Ul^VlfJ v/l ir^llllt'nifS on Saturday, tho loth inst.. I'or actual service in thoir rospectivs districts, into companies of not loss than sixty, (where practicable,) including commissioned officers and privates. V. Officers will issuo transportation tickets for all vrho travel by railroad, which tickets will be recognized by this Department. VI. Tho \ids-de-Camp.charged with the organism* * tiou of tho foregoing troops will call to thoir aid an assistant and a competent Surgeon to decide upon all cases of physical disability. , VII. Tho Olflcors anil Cadets of tho Arsenal" and Citadel Academies will hold themselves in readiness for activo service in tho Held on short notice. -VIII. Tho Aids-de-Camp'Of the Coventor nmd all Militia Officers are charged with tho prompt extension and ox ecu lion of this order , ' liv^mler of the Commander-in-Chief. A. C.GARLINGTON, Septal?f> Adjutant lind* Inspector General. ?27"* AJ1 paporu in tho State copy for one week. % A. ,> '.V t ? Want to Purchase Negroes. vpHK SUBSCRIBER WISHES* TO PURCJlXsK A from twenty tor twenty-five .-likely young NE> GROISS. Fors%id negroes the liighe^t cash prices will bo panl. JGN/0,*t \N PAGH- ' August 30 * r , tt . Notice, TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. A LL PERSONS ARE* HEREBY F0RWAR5ED f\ uot to open account, in any wise, against, me without a written order from iue, as I will not' pay them. ? W.B.YOUNG. August 30 1 2t. Confederate copy once. To tlie Public! W7 E, THE tJNUERSI^NftD PHYSICIANS OF Y Y Camden,.in consideration^ tho lule action ot the Medical Society of Charleston, ino.n'-Hsing their charge's lVom throe to five limes those in their old feo bill, havo agreed from the present dale to "adopt" the minimum "recommendation. making our charges threo times tho usual fees, which we believe is as low ns is adopted in any part of tho State.* Discretion will be used in particular cases. L. 11. 1)KAB, UP. , * i.. M, DkSAUSSU1!15, ML>.? T. W. SALMOXP. MP. P 11 MATH It SON. ML), u. J01 IN MCCAA, UP. ' August 25 - 0 Hog Stolen. A*NY P.KllSOX HAVIXti PURCHASED WTTUJ~\. fX* the, past'week. a small whito and black male shoat."unmarked, wtil ploasc*report the same to this offW Thev sliail not .loose tli<! hog,-tho object being to defect tke thief. August 26 3 1 Situation WantedVy,\.\'TI?P. BY .A RKSri-:C;rAi!I.B\Yl'llO]^At T MY. who ."peak's French .ntd '7iormr.il, a Hituation as vlovoruoss or Housekeeper, is a private family. She S'** hid cv pyi ion"*.*. and can rrivr- (l.o best of , iv lorrsu-p-. Address Mrs. !?. a. S.. j*:.iihir*;i pest, oitiec. .S. '7. >.lurusl '.)) , ' . . ? School ifotipe. ON TlliS irfril OF SKPTKMUEll' MISS: II. L. YulINU will open a school for young ladies. . TERMS vOll TIT 1*7 SCHOLASTIC YEA 11. .English] .-..., M ... I^HO. French GO. Eat in ....._ 4 GO. ,1a it* /lilt, vtr'n' \ Tiiilifa i iiui rufirla ' immediately. September. '2 , 3<?. . Wanted to Purchase TUB ij?K OK THE CONKEDKR^'R. St-itcs?Scrap Iron, wrought or oast, lor which T jv?v a fair price in tvsh. or: if pri furred, will jsexchanfje rolled plantation I roii lor i ho same, l'Janiors or others having any oftln* above to di.spjse of will inform .mo of tin.' fnct.aii'I wish 10 c: IJet't it- t"jollier as speedily its possible. .1. S. .MJORON KY. September 1 tf. Lamp Cainmeys and. Wicks ^7*0il S \ i.K BY D D. JIOCOTT. * September 1 ' tf < fenced Sfotice* 'nriE I'AIIKXTSOF THOSE CIIU.ORK^ WHO I have applied. or who desiro fo apply for ad mis-' sion into the I'll I VA'S K SCHttOU- of Mrs. MeOan.dless, are reipiest.-d to send their children at id applications to the School Boom 011 Thursday September 1st, &i ii? o "hick a. in., 10 iiiiiKu juriNLT cviliiiiLjeiiifiiib. August i\Q 'it. Slave Labor for the Coast, DIVISION NO. 2. iu COM MISSION JSUS- OF It 0 ADS ANI) '"llK A town authorities within thc.lndicial Districts of Lancaster, Kershaw, Chest erlield, Darlington.* Marlboro, Marion. Sumter, Clarendon, Williamsburg, and Horry, will forthwith summon all slaveholders within | their respective limits to deliver ON IS-lj ALF of their slaves, liable to road duty, at the RaHroud depojs nearest tht4r.resi<leuoe, mi TUKSD A Y THIS 27TI1 DaY OF SKl'i'KMIiHIlt XFXT, at 8 o'clock, a. in , there to await transportation to Charleston, for thir'y duya l&hor on tho fort idea l ions. II. T is Confederate authorities have made a requisition upon tho State lor Two Thousand laborers monthly. Tho proportion of one-fourth heretofore called lbr, had failed to supply half of this number. In view of this fact and tho great urgency of the demand lor'inbor at this time, it is doomed expedient to shorten the interval between the calls, and increase the qnotft This is no violation nf the law. for it does not fix the quota of labor, nor the interval between < lie calls, but proscribes that such proportion shall bo called for as will lill tho rcqusition, giving thirty days notice. Each Division in. the order li ved will too- required tu furnish this quota, atul^io injustice will ho'-done to anyi III. All parties, whether individuals or com jinnies, who own or employ more than one maul hand, are .roquired to furnish their quota, (one-half) unless relieved by detail Irom Dejmrttnent Headquarters-. Tlva can reliove only thoso hands permanently engaged 011 th?? specific work for which the detail was granted. Commissioners of roads will give their attention lo this mailer and report to this office. IV. Groat confusion exists from the imperfect.manner in which the names of owners are given lo agents at the several depots. It is the duty of one, or more of the Commissioners, to ho present lo verify tho quota of each owner, and jirejiarn correct lists. Within live days after delivery 011 this call tlu\y will please forward to this office names of defaulters in their respective divisions of roads.' R. If. .ionxsoN, Agent of tho State of So! Ca. ' August 30. ? t.in.th.td. f , 0 ( \ K % ' a . i'"*'.:11 . ''ft". ..'['.jr.1 " ij*'-* 1)1 ST it I iD T DIRECTOR ? / . DISTRICT OFFICERS. legislators. u A. H. Bpykinrr-Senator. JoLn M. DeBaussur^, D. I). Perry?-Representative!. ' ' '. Magistrates. ' , John K. TVitlicrepoon. "Win. D. Hog^p, W. ft. Taylor, Henry Brace, John R. Bliaw, Richard L. "Whitaker, J. T. JBarker. Commissioners of Roads. J. M. DaSaussurc Cliairman, B. T. McCoy, "fr. E. Huglnte, Daniel D. Kirkland, J a pies Is. McDowall, Lpwis J. Patterson, J. English Doby, Fred. Bo wen, John fT. Micklc, G ilium* Sowell, Richmond It. Tefrcll, Eipnnuel Parker, i The sixlBisection Of the "Act to establish cer( tain Roads, Bridges and Ferries," passed December 17, is as follows : I " Thfft each Commissioner of lloads now in .of' fiPt> ill" liflron flnv ttmiAinfprl cltnll cavva linlil n I I successor is appointed, lind lies accepted. This i soctiort to be in force during tae war. Commissioners of Free Schools'. ! Wiley Kellyy, VTm. Dixon, Jntnes Team, C. C. Haile, .Fosse Trttosdel. Daniel BetliAite, A. L. McDowell. , i Commissioners of Public Buildings. \ John 'Workman. 11- M. Kennedy, 11. B. Johnson, f. i L. Zciup, 1<. W. K. Blair, Jnnics B. Cure ton, Win. j D.. McDowull Chairman, C. P. B., Colin Macrea i Treasurer. Conlriissionars to Approve Public Securities. .John M, DeSausfuro, James l}unh?pt Wra. E. .Tohns?n, sr., A. 11. Kennedy, Tlios. E. Uhannou. Commissioners of the Poor. | E. BawncB, A. A. llcDowall, John O. Higgine, R. 11. Kennedy, J. 5. DeFacd. W. E. Hugli&on, Sec. ! and'Troas. ' ' ' 1 Fruridcnt m\d Directors of Camden Bridge .Cc. j President?John M. DeSaussurc. \ hivf.t .?--John Macrae, B. Perkins, Jemot* Tonra, t^oiin llaerne, J?cc. ?v Treas. * i Soldier's Board of Rciirj. ; i John Al. Dc.baussurc, L. liarncs, James Dumnp, J. | Ro.sk Dye, c. iMoscly, James Team, Jesso Truesilel, .Tolin K. Mickle, Chtudcs Ralej-, John Gas-, j ( kilts, Daniel Gard'uer. s Coroner. I . ^ ^ohn S. ^leroiicy. Managers of /Miction*. j Camden?John S. Moloney, 0. A- McDonald, i Wrn McKain. I Oureton's Mill?Frederick Bowcn, James Tenm, ! Emanuel Parker. j Flat Rook?Jesse Tj'ucsdel, James Fletcher, I George It. Miller. [ Buffalo?-Win. Mungo, (Sillam Sowcll, Wm. Cato. Lizenby's?John McGougau, Duniel McCaskill, ; Donald McDonald. Sehrock's Mill?B. T. McCoy, Alexander Mc! Lcofl, Henry ltadcliffo. - j Goodwin's Store?Benjamin Cook, John B. Mick* I 1c, James H. Vaughn. # I Liberty Hill?A. D. Jones, jr., It. C- Patterson, i R. 1L Cunningham. Officers of Court. Joseph I). Dunlap, Commissioner in Equity; W. i j Cry burn. Clerk ; A. L. McDonald, OrdiDary ; Duncan Shcorn,-Sheriff. i Tax Collector. i William. McKain. j l Confederate Enrolling Officer. W 7 T uitn nr? Confederate War Tax-Colitctor. 1 A. M. Kennccty. Awewor-tJ Jolyi Cantcy, R. M. Kennedy. i Collector of Tax in Kind. .fames Jones.' Chief Commissary Agent. J. H. Den-rea'ux. Confederate Quartermaster's Agent. ^amos Sowers. / : , * . State Quartermasters Agent: A. Markley Lee. Receiving and Delivering Agent. J. M. Gaylo. Officers of the Town of Caiuden. Intcndant. JnmoH Dunlap. Wardens. N. f). Bnxley, P. D2 HocoU, L. >J. Boswell, It. Si. i Kennedy. t Recorder. Jl. M. Kennedy. Mai-thai and Market Clerk. Win. Johnsoi). Professional. Physicians now J'racti&ng. L. 11. Boas, P. P. BeSnussurc, T. llocnatjernn, W. Sikes.Benjamin 11.# Mntheson, J." McCaa. J. -I. TcAnHiftin, W. L. Picket!, B." S. Lucas, T. }? McDow. L. M. PeSaussuvc, Thomas W. Snllocnd, Y. L. Kernri H ' ? fi. . Lanycra, * t\& Wm? -M. Shannon. TV. Z. Leitner.- ' TV. Mi Kcnpedy. . \ "W. R. Taylor Joseph D. Dnrilap. ' G. Bailey. > 1Dentist. * M. Biasell. ' , Surveyors. Colin Macrae, Daniel Bethune, C. C.? Halle ?-?? F Scholastic, Mercantile, & Median* i ical. . A**dewics ffnd Jfrinlary Schools in Camden. L. McCantllesa' Mule Academy; F. Stapdcmnyer, mnlo academy ; Mrjs. MoCaudless' Academy for Young Ladies, Mis.McCrcight ; Miss Dawson Mrs. ?cck; Miss Maggie DeA'oon. Dealers iti Dru Irnnda. CtTnreries 'Unriltnire X-r X-* . E: W. Bouiiev, Jutn'cs Duulnp,' George Aldeu, Mrs. M. T. Campbell,'R. M. Kennedy, Mrs. McLeish,. Mendal Smith, Mrs. Connor,.Mrs. Crosby, Benjamin, Mathesou & Co., A. T. Latta, I). McDowall, S. Oppenlieiui, M. Baum & liro., ,Mcrouey, Boswoll & Bro., J. M. Gayle, Joseph Summers, T. S. Myers, James McEwen, W.. . C. Gerald & Co., George Douglas, J. II. Oj?penheim & Bro., "W'm. Johnson, D. L>. llocolt, ]i. , Sikcs. 4 ' v Druggist*.. Wm. McKaiu, F. L. Zemp. 4 ^e. Booh Seller tmd Stationer. ' James A. i'ouifg.4 Watches and Jew dry Jamoi! A. Young, I. B. Alexander, A "W "Welirlian. " Im , / Blacksmiths, Wagon and' Carriage Makers.. % 3. Shiver, Robert Man, Nathan 11. Arranta,-Thomas Shiver. R. R., blacksmith. Cabinet W/ferccms and Undertakers. C. L. Chfttten, VIm. Tniver, J. F. Sutherland; Builders. J. T" Sutherland, C. Ii. Chaltcn, P. C.Roberts. . Mcrcnont Tailor. ' ' Charles A. McDonald. Saddlery and Harness. t\ J. uaKes, Mr. fluiger. Wheelwright and Ginmaker, R. J. McCroight. Bakers. F. Shoemakbr, Wra.^TaaBch; Tun-yard::. Is. J). Stephenson, F. L. Zemp, John fcj. Bradley,. . Alex. McLcod, LeTvifi J. Patterson, John Brottu. % ^ J lot els. Mansion IIousc, by, - K. 0. R.obinson. ^ ! DcKalb House, by J. II. JungblutU Private Boarding. ? J. W. ltodgers. . \M Ulnarg and Dress Making. Miss D. H.'McEwen, MrS>. Hammersloug p* Chare he.*. I Methodist?J. T. Wightmnn, pastor. ? Presbyterian?S. H. Hay, * . ->1 Episcopal?T. F. Davis, jr., " Baptist?W. E. Huglison, ? i Grain land Lumber Mills. . F. L. Zoup, flotir and grist ; Jas. 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. ftiiile, lumber and grist; A. H. Boykin, Hour, grist and lumber; Xj. IV. Jt- Blair, flour and ^rist; Charles Italey, flour and grist.; J. R. Sowell, grist; Jol>n\V. Gaskins, fltAir. grist and Unabcr; John'A. Young, grist and lumber; T. J. Cnutlicn, lumber; Robert. Kit'klcy, grist; estate .f Win. Shields, grist .arftl'lumjoer; George R. Miller, flour and grist: L.. J."" Patterson, flour and grist ; Jolin S. Miller, flour and grist estato of T. Lang, grist, and lumber; W., M. 'Kcllay, grist, John Chesnut, grist and lumber t James* .Chesnut, sr., grist and lumber; John MpRae, grist ami lumber ; John Brown, grist ; -estate of ^ Buvwcll Boykin, grist and lumber; estato- of Lemuel Boykin, grist and lutnber ; Mrs. 'Uatio J. Knox, grist.; Richard Hyatt, flour and grist; * LetriB Peeplos, flour, grist and lumber.* ?? r FOST OFFICE, CAMDEN, S- C MAIL ARRAN GLMIJN TS. ' * RICHMOND, CHARLESTON, COLUMBIA, WESTERN ivr> WAV MATT.K. I Due?Daily, by 7 30 P. M I Clpac?Daily by _ 6 00 P, M LANOAgTEU, FLAT ROCK, ifco. Due?Monday, Wednesday A Friday by ] 2 00 M ' Cloae?Same-days, at ^ ll.dO A. M RED HILL,' RUSSF.L FLACK, &C. Duo?Thursday, by 4 12 00 M ClcKOB?Same day?at 11 00 A. M TILLER* S?PERRY, JEFFERSON, &0. Tine?Monday, by 12 00 M Closes?Friday', at / 10 00 A. M OFFICE HOURS. From 8 00 A. M. to 2..00 P. M.,*and for short trme after opening mail at night. T. IT. PEGUES, P. W