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,y * * * V/ ' ? ( Headquarters, ' RKSKl'YE ^FORf'ES, S. C ) Columbia, Sk-pt, 3<l18M. j 'GENERAL ORDER XO. 7. IPURtUANT TO GKXKB-At ORDER N -Ajplunt and Inspector General'.- i ffice, c series, (Hereunto appeiiucaj me urignuier v , , commanding tte>ervc forces ol South Carolina hereby -assumes control and direction of the conscription scr> vice i.n tlie State. II. Kxcej't as hereinafter s]*.'cified. tlie organization of the Conscription Pepnriiiu-ut in the State, including , , ' .jthe Examining Board* will be presem-d; ai.d all existing orders. regulations and insti actions ol the Com? ' mundane ol Conscripts will be continued of force until ' ^otherwise ordered. Hi; Locul Kn oliing Officers and Examining Boards will report immediately to the Con numdant oi'Coti* scripts, and through him communicate with these Headquarters, and will, through him, receive orders J and instructions. 4 ? IV. All communications in relation to tlie Conscrip tiou service in the State, and nil applications for cxl' etnption and detail, must he undo through the Com mandant of Conscripts; communications on all o.lior . subjects will continue to be made through the A. A. general 01 me nescrve rorccs, >5 u. V. The office of Concessional Disfrict Enrolling ." Officer being abolished, all officer? hereto ore acting in that capacity will report by letter to the Command* ' ant of Conscripts for a-signnient to other duty, setting % forth their rank, corps, position and present assignment to duty. Competent officers will be assigned as "Inspectors of Conscription,"' in the several Congressional . Districts. VI. With a view to compliance of Par. Ill of said Genera! Order No. 73, the Commandant oi Conscripts will, without delay, order the medical examination of all commissioned officers and other persons (except , those ol the "Invalid Corps'') employed in the enroll ing service of this State. Commissioned officers, as to whom no disability is found to exist, will bold tliem selves in readiness to be assigned to duty in the Held as so->ii*lis practicable. ' VII. ^pplimtion ibr assignment to duty as Enrolling Officers, Assistants. Clerks, and toother positions t in the Corn-crip ion service in this State; wll be received front officers, non-commissioned officers and privates belonging to the Reserve forces, and bo\r> retired and light duty officers and men, and iroin persons not liable to service in the field. Such applications, euclosiog testimonials of character, intelli -enee and fitness, will be addressed to Maj. C. 1). .MKLTUN, Commandant of Conscripts, Columbia. S. C. By command Brig. Gen. Ciiesnit. ED. II. BARNWELL. A. A. Gcit. Oct. 20.. CgTStatc papers copy three time3. I Wanted to Purchase 17*011 THE USE OF THE CONFEDERATE X States?Scrap Iron, wrnujrht t>r cant, for which I " * . P'.v 9 price in cash. <>r. ifpreferrcd, will exchuupe rolled plantation 1 rOn for the same. Planters orothers f having any ofthe ?l?ove to dispose of will inform me ' * Vrf the fact, as i wish to collect it together ns speedily as possible. J. S. ME RON KY September 1 tl. $jsl .?, Notice. All persons holding notes or lawful accounts against the Estate ol Thomas J. Civb rn. will present tlietu to toe P>r pavui-ut within ninety days Rom date. Alter that lime I will nof pay -jiiiv ciaims against the Estate. wm. clyuurn. Oct. 21?.It. .. . AdmiuisUator. '('otik-dcratc"' please < pr tiirci; tiincs. ' . Council Noticetj .* * 'nniTK TOWN Ai'illORlTJiS HAYING COX, ' . , JL .TliAOI'ED with a par.y t<) eut all ^ra-s natfc weeds in the ' 'eiiieterr, ioutsi.lc private lots) do hoiu'iy forbid any one else cuit;:.^ irrnss '.vi.hia the eticltisuru , . U\ oruer oi Caiiucil. J!. M. K'\N \*EI > V, ; Cleric <'f Council. " Oct. * if. _ Notice. \y ' I LLTERSONS HAVING DEMANDS AG AI N.ST ;ilie Estate <>l the late i'r Henry Oantey. will $ , preset them jm?|>erly attested. ana ? ose indebted, -\vill.tnuke payment to John Can'ev. . 7" ' mauy c. oantey. ? ?j Oct. ?2 tf. Administratrix. Roads nfjhe commissioners of* roads for kerl SHAW District will meet in Caiuden, on the ' fourth Monday in October, at 11 o'clock. . OOLIN McUAE, Clerk. I ,vct$< ' itw.ta. \ Musical InstructionsfgSgv-n MISS M. L. A HTM PR, \VILt. BECKIVE H .^limited number of pupils, lor Musical In-jstractiou. i' 5 . ' ? .' $ Terms?$50 per quarter. 0ctober3 6t Servants to Hire. For further particulars apply to b: p. colburn. . October 3 6 at Kirfcwood |?p, ?. Depot Soldier's Board Relief Camden*, s. C. Oct 12, 18G4. A ll persons who have not paid their J\ two (2) per cent Tax in corn, wheat and rice will please deliver it at once, without further notieo . By orderoiMaj. Jno M DeSaubscre, Chairman. ^ OcL IS W 2v M. GAYLE, Apent. r . lamp Chimneys and Wicks a, .|?0R SALE BY . D. D. HOCOTT. * ' X? , Septembar<I? tf 4 % 4 w i .wiii nhnnFiT UJjff (jUUlii)II |. 9 t '( ' ; AT j. sommer jb. ?Black alpaccas; B'.yck and colored Calicoes; Ginghams,. Paper Cambrics: 1 I ?eBcges and I.'elaines; , iB'tiwn and bine 1'eninis: Superior huelish I.ongciotli; I adios Silk Coves. 'Whalebone: Gilt Buttons and Trimmings lor ladies dressos; * i Black Italian sewing Silks : Black, while and col?.red spool Thread?nil Xos.; Black flaX Thread ; I Pins. Knitting Needles, Net dies, Buttons, Tape; Combs and Toilet Soap. Hairpins Ladies llair Setts; * Ladies while, slate and blue Hose; Servants Ilandkcrchie s. and a great many other 1 articles, too numerous to mention. i ! ?: also:? Cotlon Cards artd Yarn?all Numbers; 7-8 and 4-4 Craniteville Shirtings, and an assort! metit of Groceries?also (Jun Powder. !Call nud examine the stock at J. S031MERS, ( Opposite the Market. Octebcr 18 tu. th. a. 6 Notice. All persons are forewarned not to trade for n note iriven fiy ine. to John Laker, for j five hniidrcd dollars, dated some time in June, 1864, j as the property lor which it was jrivcn, has proved tin- I i aouiid, I will ot pay said note unless compelled by law. ' JAMES A. THOMPSON. Sept. ' 3 RAGS ! RAGS!! i rpilE HIGHEST PRICES. PAID FOR WHITE j 1 linen or cotton rags delivered lar;?e or smal ! quantities at thia office. ! STATE OF SOl'TII CAROElAA. KXKGrfTl VE DFJ\\RTM EXT. ( CoumbM. s. C.. Oct. 12. 18G4. ]X ACCORDANCE WITH THE RKSOLrllOXS I ofih? General Assembly. the fallowing persons 1 have been appointed by the Governor to the Milit rv | Academy, at.d will report at the Arsenal Academy in | I'ohnnh'H, to C:>pt. J. 1'. THOMAS conimaudii.g, on I the fir-t day of J an tin ry rexi: F'--t : gressionol bixt'i?cerirt Mangom. J r?. J\ s. ('. V., Ii. 11. Owens. I'ee I'ce Light Artille* ! TStrand CovgiessionnIDidrkl.?Scryt. A. F. O'Brien, Co. I. JetS. ('. V. T/.im- Congressional Disbud,?Benjamin J. John* 1 soi1. I Fourth Congressional District.?L. Yancey Hean, Co. H. Hampton Legion. S C. V. l) Fifth Congressional District.?Theodore 0. Yard, < ! Co. ji. "2d S C. V. Sir'h Cnngtessional District.?Sorgt. Madison F j I IIntr:Imrn (7i K 1- th ft (' V Tisf* win? huve not br?n apjM?ini>d flnd : who may desire to renew f .r :?|-pJicati??tis l??r the! j n?-xt year, should give nothe tii?*rcoi te this 1 opart- ! I nifiit. Hr order of the Governor. B. F. ARTHUR. Oct. 18 1 Private See et ry. v Columbia and Charleston papers publish triwekly for two weeks. All ether papers in the State publish o ice. j Office ft. M- Department, .Camden, Sept. 15th, 1864. PLANTERS ARB URGKXTLT REQUESTED to h ul in immediately all Dew fodder and peas i a aw II as old fod<ler and si uvks, in order to meet the pressing demands of our armies. | Tliev are also n??tit*je?i that t' ey can have credit on I j their Tithe of ^.".64. for tl e>r deliveries ot'corn if they I I prefer it to payment in cash COX WAY BELL Apt. A. Q. M. Sept. 1 <5 tfHeadq'rs En Office, CAMDEN, S. C., Oct. 14, 1864. P' URSUANT TO ADJUTANT AND INSPECTOR General's Order Xo. 77, heretofore published, all detailed men. and those wlese applications are pending. and all light duty men. WhSate unnssigned, and all who have no certitlcate of exen ption from examininjr Board or exempted under recent Acts of Congress, who are not inactive service between 18 and 45 are hereby ordered to report promptly at this office prepared to go forward to Camp ul Instruction. W. WALLACE, - Oct 15 S Act. E. 0 K. D. r?R0M THIS DATE WE SHALL CHARGE r three dollars Omnibus fare to and from any part ! of the town. To or from Ktvkwood, or beyond the ( j limits of the toWh, six dollars. The liigh prices- of j f ; uuiat; iuuu i;uui?'7i ua 4U ciuwiui'U uur nJH'S. J. K. wrrHKRsroox.' E. G. ROBINSON. October,* ^ i , ;> 1TTIKEci0 UY ?? ? *f ?. y uixnticT omcEns. Ltyitlulurs. A. H. lioykin?Senator. John M. UcSuusbuVc, D. I). Perry?lleprcienlativox. Alagitirule*. I John K. Wit her.spoon. Wm. D. llogau, W. It. Taj- J lor. Henrj liracc. John K. Shaw, "Itichard L. | "VVLimker, J. T. barker. Commu.i'wiitri of Roads, i. M. DnSnussure Chairman. 13. T. McCoy, \V. K. iluglies, Daniel D. Kirklnnd. James ]<: McDownll, Lewis J. Patterson, J. English- Doby, .Fred. Uowcii, John' D. Mickle, (jillnm Sowell, Hichnionil It. Terrell, Emanuel I'arker. The sixth-section of the " Act to establish certain Bunds, bridges and- l-'erries," passed December 17, is as follows : " lliet each Commissioner of ltonds now iu office, or hereafter appointed, shall serve until u successor is appointed, and lias accepted. This section to be in loreo during the war. Coinmixsiontr* of Frtt School*. Wiley Kelley, Wm. Dixon, James Team, C. C'. llaile, Jesse Trucsdcl, Dnniel Dethuue, A. L. McDowell. Con nisriourr* nf l'ullie Building*. John Workman, It. M. Kennedy, It. B. Johnson, F. L. Zeiup, L. W-. It. Blair, James B. Crreton, Win. D. McDowull Chairman, C. P. 13., Colin Macron T reasurer. Commissioners (o Approve Public Securities. Julm M. DeSaussure, James Dunlap, M'A. K. Johnson, sr., A. M. Kennedy, Tl>os. E. Shannon. Commissioners of the Poor. E. Bamc3. A. A. MeDowall, John 0. lliggins, H. M. Kennedy, J. S. Delkws. W. E. Hnghsou, Sec. and Treats. President an J Itirectorr of Camden Bridge Co. President?Jaliu M. DiSaussure. Directors?John Macrae. IS. Perkins, Janios Team. Colin Macrae, Sec. k Treats. Soldier's Hoard of Relief.John M.. DeSanssurc. E. Barnes, Jamey Dunlap, J. Koss Dye, C. Mosely, James Team, J'esso Truesdel, John B. Micklc, Charles llaley, John liaskins, Daniel Gardner.Coroner. John S. Meroncy. ^ Managers of Flections. Camden?John S. Meroncy, C. A- McDonald \Ym. McKnin. Caret on's Mill?Frederick Botven, Jnates Team, E Manuel Parker. ^ Flat Hock?Jesse Truesdcl, James Fletcher, > George 11. Miller. Buffalo?Wm. Mungo, Giliam Sowell, Vm. Cato. Lmnbv's?John McGougan, Daniel McCaskill, DoihrfM McDonald. S.throck's Mill?B. T. McCoy, Alexander McLeod. Henry Hadclitfc. Goodwin's Sfiore?Henjiftnin Cook, John II. Mickle.'James II. Vaughn. Liberty Hill?A. D. Jones, jr., R. C. Patterson, R. 1). Cunningham. Ojffiffrc of Court. Joseph D.' Dunlap, Commissioner in Fruity:* W Clyburn, Clerk: A. L. McDonald, oVdiunry: Duncan Sheorn, Sheriff. : Tor Collector. William McKain. ' * Confederate Enrol!idy Officer. \Y. I.eitner. Confederate. II or Tor-Collector. A. M. Kennedy. Asserror*l John Car?tcy. 11. M. Kennedy. Collator of Tax in Kind. James Jones. thief Commissary Agent. J. H. Devcrcaux Confederate Quartermaster't Agent. James Sowers. State Quartermaster s Agent. A. Markley Lee. Receiving and Delivering Agent. J. M. Gnyle. Officers of the Town of Camden. Intendant. James DunlnD. Wardens. N. D. Bailey, D. D Hocott, L. M. Boswcll, R- M. Kennedy. Recorder. R. M. Kennedy. Marthal and Marked Clerk. ,r/t Wm. Johnson. t Professional. ? * Phyticians note Practicing. L. IT. Dons, D. L. DeSaussurc, T. Rcenstjerna, W. R. Sikes, Betijaniln II. Matheson, J. McCaa, J. I. Trantham, W. L. Pickett, B. S. Lucas, T. F McPow, L. M. DcSiussure, ThomaB W. Salmond, F. L. Zemp. 7 1/ert, Wiu. NlV Shannon. y>'. Z. XeiiBWr U'.'-M. Kcnncily. W. K. Taylor' losoub D. Lunlnu. - . Ci. Bailer. *V. : ? r t ^ ^ . i Surxerfort. t Coliu Muerne Llaniel lk'tliuue, C. C. Haile v Scholastic, fllercantilc, & Meek??ica ? . 1 AcJiInniet and t'rimury Schools in Camden. L. McGandless' Male Academy: F. Stnudenmyer, * male academy ; Mrs. McCandless' Acatfetny for Young Ladies." Mrs. McCreiglit; Miss Dawson Mrs. l'eck: Miss ?daggie DeNoon. ])ruhr* in Dry floods, (Iroccrirt, Hardware .je.. iff. ?. W.-Bonncy, J units Dunlnp, George Alden, Mrs. M. f. Campbell, II. M Kenntkly, Mrs. McLeifb, Mcndnl Smith, Mrs. Cdnncr, Mrs. Crosby, Benjamin, Mutlieson & Co., Av T. Lnlla, W. 0. McDownll, S. ()]ipenheim, M.-3ailm J: Bra., 114roney, Boswell & Bro., J. M. GUylo, Joseph Sommdrs, T. S. Myers. James McKwcn, W. 1 C. Gerald & Co., George Douglas1, I' * % pciiucttn a ?in. jatinson',?. tt -accoU, fl.Bikes: JJrnyyirlr. , Wdi.-McKniii, F. L. Zonip. , L}<1t>h Seller and Stationer. James A. Young. Wat cliff am! Jettrlr'g . J James A. Young, I. B. Alexander, A-Tfa lain. Jilachmithi, Way on and Garriaydilafuri.. S. Shiver, Robert Man, Nntbam B. ArraritHi, Thoniar Shiver. 11. II.? blacksmith. - ' 1 Cabinet Warerwms and T?rrdrrtaktri y\,t) C.'.*L. Chattel), Wnj. Tarvcr, J. F. Butbef-lanil, r > JJuildrrg. . , J. PJ Sutherland,C. L. Chatted, H. C. Roberts. Merchant Tailor. Charles A. McDonald. Saddlery av3 Hqrrirhi. F. J. Oak(p, Mr. Bulger. Iffieeltcrig/it and Gitmaher R. J. McCrcight. uuKtrn. . , F. Sboenlnker, Win. Daaseh Tan- Yardt. \ - \ ?. L. B. St2f)henson, F. L. Zemp, .Icfhn 8. BtoiWjft Alex. >icLeod, Iiitvris J. Patterson, John Brown. Hotels. / Mansion House, h? - ' E. ?. Robinion.. DcKnlb House, by - * J. H. JungblutkJ J^rifatc Hoarding? J. W. Rodgcrs. Milinari/'ami Dret* Making. . Miss 6: If. McEwen, Mrs. IlnninierBteng ir _/ F Churches. ; Meilioiiist?J. T. Wightman, pastor. Presbyterian?.S. II. Hay, "t Episcopal?T. F. Dnvis, jr., i' [Rnptist?W. K. Iluglison, JLT Grain and Lumber Mills. F. L. Zenip, flour ami grist; Jas. II. Vaughn,' florid atul grist: James 'A. Kirklnnd,grist; J F. Sutherland, lumber and grist; W. E. Hughes,: luriiber and grist; Charles Perkins, lumber; Col James . C. Haile, lumber and grist; A, H. Boy kin, flour, grist and lumber: L. IV. If. Blair, flout' dnd' grist; Charles Haley, flour and grist; J. R. Bowell, grist; John WVGaskine, flour, grist and ltimr Iter; John A. Young, grist and lumber; f. J. ^authen, lumber: P.obert Kirklev; trrisf: estate' ./ Wm, Shields, grist nndlumbcfr; George R.' Miller, flour and grist :* L. J. Patterson, fenr and grist ; John 8. Miller, flour and grist; estate' of T. Lang, grist* and lumber; W. M. Kellejr grist, John Chesniit, grist and lumber; James Cliesnut. sr.. grist and lumber; John McRaer> grist and-lumber; John Brown, gristestate' of' ' Ilunvell Boy kin', grist and lumber; estate of Lemuel Bpjkin, grist and lumber ; Mrs. Jane' J' Knox, grist.; Richard Hyatt., flour and grioi lewis Pceplcs, flour, grist and lumber. FOST OFFICE, CAMDEN, S- <?.' MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. RICHMOND, CHARLESTON, COLOMBIA, WEttrSRir AND WAT MAILS-. Due?Daily, by f SO P, *j. Closc-'-Dttily by 6 00 P. M LANCASTER, FLAT ROCK, &?. Due?Monday, Wednesday 4 Frida'y'by 12 00' M? CloSe-=i-Saraf days, at 11 OO'AV'Jt m i \ . RED IIILL, rCbSEL PLACE, <fec. Due?Thursday, by 1J 00; , . Closes?Same day, at 11 00 A. TILLER'S FERRT, JEFFERSON, <fe?. Due?modmhj, oy 12 00 !?', Closes?Friday, at t 10 00 A: 3? OFFICE HOURS. ' I From;8 00 A. M. to 2 00 Pi-IE,alxori '' time after opening tbe mail at nighft.. ' 1 _ T. W. PB^TTHS P. ^