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HEADQUARTERS.
COMMISSARY GKN'LS DKP'T, S .0-, 1
Columbia, Oct G, 18G3. j
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE "BOARD
of Soldier's Relief" thiou^hout tho Slate, that they w
bo supplied as heretofore with Occon Salt for distribi
lion to needy families of soidioiw at cost aud expense:
on application to this Department.
By order of the Governor.
RICHARD CALDWELL,
Lieut. Col. and Commissary Gcn'l.
State of South Carolina.
All papers ir. theStaio insert once, and sen
bills in duplicate with copy of advertisement attache!
to this office for payment. Bills paid quarterly.
Oct. 9 > v I
SOUTH CABIOI.lIfl MBL.1TAR1
A A RABV mr
f? \ j IU & .
by order of tiib governor.
APPLICATIONS FOIl APPOINTMENT TO.T1I
South Carolina Military Acadomy under ilio annexe
resolution of the General Assembly must bo transmi
ted to General James Jones, Chairman of tbo board <
Visitors, Columbia, S C., before the '25th of Noven
ber next.
The applicant must state the District of his residence
his age and height, (if the s:>n of a deceased officer c
soldier,) the service of his father, and when and ho'
ho died. If the applicant claims appointment for h
own gallantry on the held of battle, the statement mil!
be supported by tl:e certificates of the officers uii h
whom lie served in battle 1
"He-solved, That his Excellency the Governor be, an
he is hereby, authorized to select one youth from eac
Congressional District in this State, sons of officers r
soldiers of the army of or officers or men of the ttav
of the Confederate States, who, during the cxistin
war, have died in battle, or who have died of discus
contracted either by wounds or exposure, or who, in
being sons of officers or soldiers, are under the age <
twenty years, and have behaved with gallantry on tl
Held of battle, who shall be placed in one or other oftl
Military Institutions of this State, to be educated i
the charge of a grateful country."
Columbia, October 5, 180:>.
very newspaper in this state publish once
week for two weeks.
Oct. 9 S 2
^ OR. JOHN McCAA
OFFERS IIIS SERVICES TO THE CITIZEN
of Camden and surrounding country.
.Office two doors above the Branch Bank, Comdt
So Ca. January 30
DEKALBHOUSE
Camden, S. -C
Till? SUBSCRIBER INFORMS HIS FRIKNT
and the travellin.tr public that he has leased this con
modiolus HOUSE, so eligibly situated in the growii
town of Camden.
His personal superintendence and best elTorts, aide
by competent assistants, will be devoted to the con
fort and satisfaction of guests and visitors, lie con:
dently asks a continuance of the favors of all \vl
havo visited the DoKalb House, and calls from an
of his friends who visit Camden.
January 10 J. II. J UNO B BUT IT.
Assessment of the Tax ii
Kind
MTMIE UNDERSIGNED WILL ATTEND AT Til
1. following named places at the time stated, fc
the purpose of receiving returns of Agricultural pr<
ducts, in accordance with the lltli section of the A<
of Congress entitled an Act to lay taxes for the com
nv>n defence, and carry on the Government of th
Confederate States;
At Goodwin's Store, on Monday. November 1G.
At Liberty Hill, on Tuesday, Nov. 17.
At Flat Rock, on Wednesday, Nov. IS.
At Buffalo, on Thursday. Nov 19.
At Lizenby'a, on Friday. X"V- 20.
At Sell rock Mill, on Snturdny,*Nov. 21st.
At I'urclbns Mill, on Monday, Nov 23d.
Tax payeis will be required to make return* upo
oath of their entire crop of the following named pr<
ducts, of the growth of the present year, including a
that they have consumed or have sold, bartered. <
otherwise disposed of?viz. Wheat. Corn, yats, Ry?
Buckwheat, Rice Sweet Potatoes, Iiish Potatoe:
cured Hay, cured Fo tder, Sugar, Molnses, mndo <
Cane, Cotton, Wool, Tobacco, Peas, Beans and Groun
Peas. Returns of Wheat, Corn, Uat- and Rye will b
required to tie m tile by weight. Tax payors wi
please weigh one bushel of each kind of grain and r<
port the weight together with the total number (
bushels ot encii kind.
Each farmer and planter has the privilege of resen
ing fifty bushels of Sweet Potatoes, fifty bushel (
Irish Potatoes, or.e bunded bushels if Gum. or fift
a i.~i ?r i\ri.An* A../,..,! :? *i.^ ? ooo
uiioiIv 1 ui ** nt-ift, Jm*mlutru 111 uiu ycnv iouo ; an
twenty bushel* of Pe ts or Beans, b it not more th?
twenty bushel of both for hi* own u*e I
making the estimate and na-essrnent, therefore, thes
quantities of tho articles mentioned will bo exclude
therefrom.
Tax piyersare hereby notified to make prompt an
accurate returns. Defaulters will be dealt with as th
law directs.
At the abovo mentioned times and places I will als
bo prepared to recoive returns for the tax on Net
Cattle, horses, mules, &c., (not used in cultivatiot
an advertisement in regard to which, appenrs in at
other port of this paper, to which attention is callet
Until then I will continue to receive returns in Can
den at the office of Maj. A. M. Kennedy, District Co
lector.
J. A. SCHROCK,
Asst. Assessor, 17th Colleotion District.
October 30
1 - - - 11 I I I UJ
Tax on Neat Cattle, Mules
I &c.> &c<
S iT>WNERS OF NEAT CATTLE, HORSE
il x.J' Mu'.oa, Ac, (not used in cultivation; arc require
t to mako a return on oath, between the 1st und 251
proximo, of the number and value of said stock ho
i> by tliem on the 1st November, 1863.
A return is also required of the number end vali
of all beeves sold by farmers or planters sinew tl
24.h April last. J. A. SOU ROCK,
October 30 Ass't. Assessor 17th Col. Hist.
d Salt for Sale.
j rpiKRCKS, HALF TIERCES AND UARRELS 0
' -A- SALT by the package or packager, for srlo L
D. AIcQU KEN,
Uctobe -30 At Mathcson.& (Jo's.
k FOR SALE,
ON ACCOUNT OF FORMER PURCHASER, c
Monday next, at 11 o'clock I will sell tho be
POA1PE J' belonginging to the estate of W. C Worl
mail, at the risk ol former purchaser, C. A. MeDotial
' Terms cash. W. WALLACE, Ad'mr.
" October-30
t- ?
*' Hands Wanted
l" rpKNORl2 GOOD NEGR03 WANTED I MM!
1 dintely, to work on the Cemetery Grounds, f<
p, which bborul wages will be paid. Apply to li. t
Robinson.
September 25
a Notice
>r OTOLEN FROM THE SUBSCRIBER ON TH
lO night of the lGth, an iron Grey Marc, about 1
1-2 liatuls high. A lioeral reward will be paid for hi
delivery to me at Stateburg, S. C., and One Iliindrc
'' Dollars for the apprehension and proof of the thief.
>r September 25 3 FREDERICK L. GREEN.
y
g in KIHCAL XOT1CE.
e, DR. W. R. SIKES TENDERS II1S SERVICE
jt as practising physician to the citizons of Camden at
jf vicinity. Office on main street, in the rooms former
io occupied by Dr. T. J. Workman*.
to February 27
" New Flour.
\ FRESH SUPPLY OF EXTRA FINE FAM
LY FLOUR, just received and for sale at tl
a '-Old Corner," by ' E. W. BONNEY.
July 10
C
Wanted to Hire
A GOOD COOK. WASHER AND IROXKR, FO
which liberal wages will be paid. Apply at tli
office.
October 23
mi
Notice.
All persons having demands again?
. the estate of Satnttel Heron, of Kershaw D
trict. deceased, will present them to me properly i
tested, and all persons indebted to the estate \\
make paymeut forthwith to the undersigned.
I October 24 3 J. e. RODGERS, Adm'r.
^Notice.
VLL PERSONS ARE HEREBY PORE WARM E
not to trade for two notes given by John Blae
well to Alexander McDaitiel, on Fedruary 2t>. ISC
lor j?2f>0 each?one made payable in January of ISC
'? the other to be paid Januarv 1863.
October 9 3 MARY BLACKY*" 1CLL. Adrn'tx.
?- Notice.
i: "m T. ^ L* IT A \-Ii* V?1 AT'l> t i. ,
1- vA ' AWA ? l'i l JLi .*\*/i j 1 / V' I. i\ Ji+\U jX[
lf> V counts in til'; hands of Mr. C. A. MeDonai
. for collection, who is duly authorized to recefnt f.tr t;
M cC U R U Y M i IA M M EIISLU U GIF
October 23 3
Kay Cutters, &cI
TTAV GUTTERS, V.'ASilING MACHINES AN
* H JL patent Cylinder Churns, lor sale at the " 0
Corner." E. V.'. BOXNEY.
July 3
>j Sugar and Salt t
"1 A A BUSHELS SALT,
?\j\ f 1000 lbs. Sugar. For sa'e at the " Old Co
e ner," by i:l. W. BOX XL Y.
August 1-i
HOtice
VLL PERSONS IIA VINO DEMANDS AOAINS
the Estate of Tims J. Warren, deceased, \vi
present tliem to me, properly attested, and all persot
indebted to the Estate will make payment fortliwii
to undersigned. W Z LEITNER, Administrator.
n October 3
)
II Iii die Court of Ordinary.?Kcrshai
;r IXstiict.
In the matter of tlio Estate of of Samuel Ilerron, di
ceased?Final Settlement.
'J TAMES E RODGERS, ADMIXISTRATO
,(j fl de bnvis non of Samuel Ilerron, defeased, bavin
applied to have a final settlement of the estate of !i
inestate, the following named Heirs and distribute*
are Ilereby ordered to appear in tliis ? ourt on Monda
tlie 13tb of January next, to receive their distiibuth
share, viz: Maria ?v kin ner, Manuel Herron; Klias Dell
David Delk, Robert Delk, James Delk, lev Moor
v' Nellv Segars. Mary Delk, Nancy E. Delk. Wm. Skii
nr?r .Tolin Skinner. .Tames Skinner Nmier Outlaw nn
n Rebecca llerron.
11 J. E. RODOERS, Adm'r.
A. L. McDonald, Ordinary's Office, October 8. 18Gi
" October 8 Sraos
e Fancy Soaps. &c
T'UST RECEIVED AT THE "OLD C0RNE1
Fancy Ponps, Tooth Brushes, Needles, Hair Pit
<t Knittinv Needles. Pins, ShoeTlirend. Black and Whii
0 Spool Cotton, Black F ax Thread, Black Sewing Sill
> Matches. Pearl Buttons, &c.
I. May 8 E. W. BONNET.
1 To Rent
A LAW OFFICE, IN THE REAR OF TH
Couh House. Enquire st the "Old Coiner.".
Oetober t E. W. BONNET
i, Help for the Poor- j
THE CITIZENS OF CAMDEN ARE REQUEST- 1
ed to report all cases of destitution, to either of ;
^ the Commissioners of ilio Poor, or to the subscriber. !
(jj October 16 2 W. K. HUGUSON.
u For Sale.
,o yt GOOD SECOND HAND DOUBLE SETT HAIl.e
Jl\. NESS. For particulaia apj ly apply at this j
office.
October 1G j
RoadsrT>HE
COMMISSIONERS OF ROADS FOR KKR- j
* 1 shaw Disiiict will meet in Camden on Monday
}y the 28 ih duv of October, at 11 o'clock.
COLIN MACRAE,
October 16 2 Clerk of the Road.
STRAYED OR STOLEN-,
'v tpROM THE PREMISES F THE SUBSCRIBER,
r one Milch Cow and two Yearling lieflers, during
j the month of April last. Tlie marks half crop on ihe
under part of the ear; also, a split and uuder bit.
The color of the caw is red, the yearlings red and
_ white. One steer, dark brindle, molly face.
*30 Reward will bo paid for their delivery at this
place. D. T. BRADLEY, Flat Rock.
October 9 9
er
Removal.
HPHE UNDERSIGNED HAS REMOVED HIS
.1 Store Irom ihe "Old Brick Corner" to the estab?
lishment formerly occupied by Mr \Vm. C. Gerald. Jr.,
two doors belov McCurry & Haiumerslaugh's store.
July 24, T. M MYERS.
'5r For Sale.
rpiVO STORK HOUSES AND LOTS, WITIT
JL Dwelling Rooms on second floor of each, situated
on the most desirable spot on Rroad street, for busi
ness. The lots run some 90 feet in frout by 250 back.
Also, one lot containing thereon a large Cotton :
House, situated on Rutledge street, 9o feet in front by :
'S 250 back. For further particular apply to Mr Wm. I
id Si. Billings, in Camden, or to Cupt. I). D. Perry, ut !
jv Flat Rock, S. C.
September 25
FOR SALE,
r. rFW() HOUSES ON MAIN STREET, IMMEDI*
J- ately south of Mr. Geo. Alden's shoe store. The I
ie one is a large Store House, and the other a small |
Shop, containing two rooms. Possession to he given I
on the first oi January, 18G4. For lurthef particulars '
apply at this ofllcc.
October 9 3
R ?~
is Dissolution of Copartner-;
ship.
COPARTNERSHIP OF KOOPMAN &SOMM
KRS is This day dissolved, by mutual consent ?
;T either party will sign the name of the firm in liquidajs.
tion.
All i?ersons indebted by no'o or account, will please
pi make payment to tho undersigned, or their authoriezd
attoruev, Mr. M. Drcckek.
M. KOOPMANN.
? L. SOMMERS.
Camden, June 1, 1SG3. G June 12
A River Plantation For Sale
A PLANTATION SITUATED ON TR E
: West side of Walerce River, seven miles,
below Camden, containing One Tiiou--?ii?l
__ sand Acres, live hundred and lit'ty ceres cleared, one
hundred and liliy uncleared, and is equal to any lands
in the neighborhood, the balance, three hundred acres,
0- good pir.e land well timbered.
t!. On n-in..->.s there .s n goed overseers house a?u
, accommodation:-; lor forty Lands, with barns and stables.
gin house, tee.
The !oei lien is perfect! ' herd .by m:d accessible,
? wliii an abundant ply of good spring water.
Address ilA.TtiKSO-7 & CO., Camden, S. C.
i) September 4 2
Ju ??
School' Noticetub
exercises or mrs. DAVf..
SOX'S SCHOOL will be resumed on 21st
September inst.
js J?~^ Terms $25 for live months?English
r- j branches. Payable in advance.
I September IS 1
bcliool Notice.
;T TIIK EXERCISES OF MRS. McCAXDill
LESS' School will l>e resumed on the 1st
is Monday in October.
1] xSr Xo scholar will be received after the
middle ot October, unless detained by
sickness.
_ No scholar will bo received unless the parents are
V willing that the pupil may be subjected to au examination
on the several studies pursued.
TERMS?Eor the 1st. 2d and 3d classes, $100. with
e* the privilege of studying the French language and
Literature.
ft For the lower classes, ifCO per year for the English
Branches.
Tuition hnlf nnvable in advance?insisted UDon in
IS - r~-J
>s all cases.
i? September 11
l> SCHOOL NOTICE.
)- TUB EXERCISES OF MB. McCAXDd
jfl r^V<F: ^ES^' SCHOOL will be resumed on ihe
*VWyV -st October, and will continue until July
WW 1st, 1864?allowing a abort vacation at
3. ifliF Christmas.
Terms, $175 lor each pupil?cash in advance. This
will be insisted upon in each case. Children of refugees
will be charged $19 per month. Fuel $2 each.
None will bo admitted into the school after the 21st
V of October. In case of suspension or expulsion no
s part of the tuition fee will bo refunded. Entrance
to condition the same as usual.
k, Parents or guardians knowing themselves in arrears
for tuition, aro earnestly requested to settle up.
September 4 6
Window Shades.
E rp-wo SETTS OF WINDOW SHADES, WITH
X fixtures complete, for Ralo at
July 31 2 MATHESON A Co.
iwjyj-yuwwiwm iT??g.-xw?-?ry?ir-in?iai? 1
.Alabama
Fire Insurance
COMPANY.
r|>UE Undersigned, as Agent for tno above Soifllii.
ern Insurance Company, is prepared to issue
policies of Insurance against loss by Fire on all Build
ings, Ac.
November 1 W. L. DePASS.
BUS?BAGS!
1 O nnn P0UNDS GOOD CLKAN LINEN
A V' * * ' vand Cotton Bags wanted iniroodiRtoiy
nt tlie Confederate Oflice, lor which tbe bigbest mark*
price will be paid.
Cloth, Lard, Seed Rye, etc.
QUPKRIOR COUNTRY LARD. CHOICE SYRUP,
IO Pepper, Seed Rye, Salt, and one piece Grey Uni?
form Cloth for suio at tho " Old Corner."
Ociobcr 2 E. W. BONNET.
South Carolina?Kershaw District.
DY A. L. MCDONALD, ES&UIRE, ORDINARY.
T\niKREAS, WM. R TAYLOR APPLIED
* * to mo for Letters of Administration on all and
singular the goods and chatties, rights and credits,of
Levy Holland, Into of tho District aloresaid, deceased
:
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all, and
singular, the kindred and creditors of the said deceased
to he and appear before uie at our next Ordinary'#
Court for the said District, to be bolden at Kershaw
Court IIouso ,on the 30th day of October inst.,
to show cause, if any, why the said administration
should not be granted.
Given under my TIand and Seal, this 8th day
of September, in the year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and sixty-three and in the eighty-eighth
year of the Independence and Sovereignty of the
State ?>f South Carolina.
September 11 2 A. L. McDONALD, O. K. D.
CIJl&CULAll APPEAL.
FREE MARKET OF CHARLESTON.
To the Cilixens of Charleston and the People of South
Carolina 'jena ally, and to the Farmers and Planter s
especially, fr om the mountains to the seaboard
The Free Market of Charleston, one of the noblest
and most useful charities extant, after more than n
twelve month of successful operation, is in danger of
suspension and even linal stoppage. It is an institution,
founded by private patiiotisrn and benevolence,
endorsed by the ciiv authorities of Charleston, and
recognized and encouraged by the Legislature of the
Slate. Its great and liigldy useful purposes is to supply
provisions, free of expense, to the needy fumilias of
soldiers and seamen, lighting the battles ol their country,
or dead in Iter service; and upward of eight hundred
families depend on its bounty for their daily bread.
It has become a great public necessity, and it is tha
duty of every christian and patriot, male and female,
rich and poor, young and old, to contribute to its support,
in proportion to menus and ability?the rich man
out of h:s wealth, the poor man out of his poverty,
the widow with her mite?every large stream should
pour, every little rill trickle its refreshing waters into
this great reservoir of patriotic benevolence, to be
uitpenseu hi Lrou-uiesseu bounty to the wives ai.d
children, the widows and orphans, the sisters and other
female dependents, of our brave soldiery and seamen.
The dual stoppage, or even the suspension, of
this charity would bo one of the direst calamities that
could befall our City and .State?it would inflict distress,
suffering, and even starvation on numbers now
comfortably fed by its bounty, and perhaps, lead to
bread-riots, in our conservative city, to her serious injury
and deep disgrace. Come, then, fellow citizens,
to the rescue, promptly, liberally, efficiently, and not
only save the Free Market from destruction or suspension,
but sustain it. in heallhfiil vig< r, as a God blessed
mid man-hles^ing institution. Let donations in
money and in kind pour in lavishly from every quarter
of the City and State; and the consequences will
be happy indeed. Not only will bre.id. and meal, and
meat be sustniningly furnished to soldier's and seamen's
families. but the heart of the wanior will be
cheered and his arm nerved to victorious battle against
the vandal and ruthless foe, by the comforting conviction
t at his wife and little < nes are patriotically and
sufficiently eared for. by their fellow citizens,at home.'
Let our farmers and planters especially, in every section
of the trtate, send liberal stq plies of vegetables
and provisions, from their gardens, their fields, their
barns m d their smoke houses and swell to overflowing
the great reservoir of Free Murket charity.
Charity is twice blessed?it blesseth him that gives
as well as him that receives?and blesses the giver
even more than the receiver.
Come up. then, one and all. to the hallowed work,
and not only earn the soldier's and seamen's undying
gratitude, but la)* up treasure in Heaven, where neither
moth nor rust doth corrupt, nor thieves break in
aud steal.
RICHARD YE A DON, Chairman )
WM. R. YATKS, [ Committee
JOHN PHILLIPS, )
N. B?Country exchanges aro requested to copy
thoabove circular and appeal, gratuitously.
Sontli Carolina?Kershaw District.
BY A. L. MCDONALD. KSQUIKE, ORDINARY.
V\7IIKRKAS, WM. R. TAYLOR APPLIED
\\ to nie for Letters or Administration on all and
singular the goods and cbattlos. rights and credits o!
Win. M. Bullock, lato of the District aforesaid, deceased
:
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all, and
singular, the kindred and creditors ol the said deceased
to he and appear before roe at our next Ordinary's
Court lor the said District, to bo bol.sen at Kershaw
f'onrt 11/viwa on tli/k r\C flAlAAPr \ net
to show cause, if any, why the said administration
should not be arrnnttd.
Given under my Hand and Seal, this eighth day
ol September, in the year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and sixty-three, nr.d in the eightyeight
h year of the 1 udependenco and Sovereignty of
the Stat# of South Carolina.
ALhX. L McDOXALD. 0. K. D.
September 9 2
Notice.
CAPT. JNO. J. NELSON WILL ACT AS MY
authorized ftjrent, during: rov absence from Kershaw
District. ROBERT MICKLES*ptembee
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