TIIB SUBSCRIBERS HAVING INVENTED A
IS" ew and Clieap Oil
offers the same for sale in any quantity. It will burn
in any kind of Cnmphino Lamp, without smoke.
The public are invited to call and see the light, and
judge for themselves. An ordinary sized Lamp, filled
with the Torebeno will give more light than ten sperm
^candles, at a cost of not more than two cents per
HOCOTT & SUTIIEHLAXn.
Camden, S. C., Dec. 13
qpiIE UNDERSIGNED INTENDING TO MAKE
JL a change in his business on the lirst of January
next, will dispose of his stock of goods at cxcecdiiiyly
low prices, until that time, for cash, or to punctual
customers. My object is to turn as many goods as
possible into cash, giving the purchaser a LIBERAL
bargain for his money. 1?. W. BONNEY.
Required in all cxses to tay casti
for purchaser and the utter impossibility of
making collections, 1 am compelled to inform my customers,
that if no special arrangement is made for
short credits on call, i will adopt the cash system exclusively
on the lirst day of January next.
December 6 G * "\Y. D. Mel>0wall.
January 1st, 1862Haying
to pay cash for all my turehascs,
compels me to change my terms of business
after this date.
To enable me to replenish my stock, I shall sell in
all instances for cash, unless a special arrangement be
made fur a short credit. All goods sold under this
arrangement must bo considered as Cash, when
The reasons which have induced this necessary
change, I trust, will bo apparent to all. Cash customers
solicited. E. \Y. BONNEY
f^aa lbs. extra country leaf lard;
Rice, Salt, Shoes and 200 lbs. Spices;
Extra white Meal and Hoiuiney:
Southern put up Preserved Peaches;
AYnx niwl Xtiprin fandlosi
Crushed, Clarified and Blown Sugar.
All for Cash, and Cash only.
November 20 ly A.T. LATTA.
Bricks, Lumber, &c.
A FEW THOUSAND SECOND-HAND BRICKS
seasoned Flooring BOARDS, SHINGLES, Ac.,
for sale at the "Old Corner," for cash onlv.
November 1 E. W. BONNEY.
Carpets, Rugs, &c/CARPETS,
RUGS k FLOOR CLOTHS ON SALE,
\^J at the "Old Corner," by
November 1 E. "VV. IiNNEY.
Winter Clothing and Hats
A LOT OF PRIME WINTER CLOTHING?
also HATS, in a great variety of stylos, for sale
by E. W. BONXEY.
Lynchburg Hose and Fire
jrierenants' insurance company,
OF RICHMOND, VA.
Policies in the above Companies issued at usua
rates. "VV. D. McDOWALL,
November 1 Agent.
In Equity-Kershaw District.
BILL FOR PARTITION, CONSTRUCTION OF
Thomas Lang vs. Edward M. Iioykin, Mary K. Boy kin,
Sadie W. Boykin, Harriet Lang, John C. Lang, Edward
B. Lung, Theodore Lang, and Samuel VV. L.
It appearing that the above named John C. Lang,
Fdward B Lang, and Theodore Lang, Defendants
reside out of and beyond the limits of this >tate, it is
ordered, on motiofrof Richardson A Gay, Comptrollers
Solicitors, that tho said John C. Lang, Kdward B.
Lang. Theodore Lang, do plead, answer, or demur to
said Bill, within three months fiom date hereof, or
Baid Bill will be taken pro confesso against them.
It is further ordered, that this order be published
in tho Camden Confederate, for three months, once a
December 13 3mo WM. R. TAYLOR, c, e. k. d.
1?OR MEDICINAL PURPOSES, FOR SALE BY
. November lf? J. J. McKAIN.
To Ilic Soldiers' Aid Societies of S. C.
In answer to the numerous enquiries which have
been made by Jlie different " Aid Societies which liavo
been recently formed throughout tho State, I have
been intruded by his Excellency Gov. Pickens, to
give the following information.
Depots will be established by tho Quartermaster
General, both in Charleston and Columbia, for tho
reception of all donations of clothing ; and ho is also
charged with the duty of forwarding and distributing
The "Department" will rcceivo all donations of
clothing, scv frock coats and pantaloons, of heavy
worsted goods, shirts ana drawers, of heavy homespun
or flanuel, wool, or heavy cotton socks, blankets,
now or second hand, also heavy shoes.
The plan upon which tho State designs supplying
her soldiers with all necessary clothing, is based upon
their willingness to surrender to the State the amount
of money appropriated by tho Confederate Govern"
incut for this purpose, say forty-two ($12) per annum,
this sum not now being sufficient in cousequetico of
the greatly advanced cost of material. It is in view
of tliis fact that these laudablo "Associations" of ladies
ami gentlemen, are cordially welcomed as coadjutors
in this noblo work, and in proportion to their
voluntary contributions of labor and materials, will
the absolute cost of clothing for our gallant volunteers
In the event that any of the '' Associations" should
not feel themselves able to furnish both material and
labor, the Quartermaster General is instructed by his
Excellency the Governor, to re-imburse such Associations
the cost of all materials, at a rate not exceeding
similar materials purchased by tno "Department;''
and the quantity allowed lor each garment shall be
the same as used in our Manufacturing Bureau.
Societies are narticularlv romiosted to nrlvisA tlm
Quartermaster General of the quantity of work tliey
can do per week, and the amount of donations tliey
will probably send.
To prevent confusion and loss, the following method
for marking packages should be strictly observed. All
Societies near Charleston, should ship to Charleston
ahd mark thus:
No. 1. TO QUARTERMASTER GENERAL
Charleston, S. C.
Trom Aid Society at (here insert place.)
Societies near Columbia, should ship and mark thus
No. 1. TO ASSISTANT QUARTERMASTER
CoLUMIHA, S. C.
From Aid Societj' (here insert name.)
The packages should be marked distinctly, and numbered
from one (1) upwards, A correct invoice should
accompany each shipment.
All articles shipped at the expense of the State.
November 8 i S. S. GLOVER, Q. M. G. S. C.
cos r je i> a: it a t i: st at i;s o r
DISTRICT OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
rpHK UXDKRSIGXKI) HAVING IJKKX APX
pointed Receiver by the Hon. A. G. Magralh Ibr
the Districts of Fairfield, Kershaw and Sumter, would
most respectfully announce to the citizens of the respective
districts, that he is now prepared to discharge
the duties that devolve upon him by virtue of
I have no doubt that instances may arise where the
duties properly discharged may be disagreeable to
the parties interested, but relying upon the patriotism
and loyalty of our citizens for their assistance in defending
the provisions of the law, I shall expect such
assistance to He cheerfully tendered, and in all eases
that may arise, yield every consideration in my power,
the nature of the ease may admit of, to such persons
as may be nlVccted by its operation; in the mean time
I shall endeavor to do my duty to the full extent and
letter of the law, and abide the consequences. The
Act of Confiscation on the part.of the United States
deprives our citizens of the property without hope of
remuneration; the act of Sequestration based upon
principles recognized by the civilized world is intended
to reimburse our citizens of the property thus decreed
to belong to our enemies.
i wouki uicruioro can upon an the citizens or the
Districts aforesaid, to aid nie by giving such information
as they possess of any property, personal or real,
that may belong to any citizen who may be recognized
as an "Alien Kncniy," also all indebtedness in any
manner, shape or form, due or payable to ciiizcns of
the United States (except Maryland, Kentucky and
Missouri) by the citizens of Fairfield, Kershaw and
For the information of those who maybe interested'
I would respectfully call attention to tho following
provisions of the law
1st. It shall be the duty of every citizen to give all
the information he may possess to the proper officers
of any lands, tenements, hereditaments, goods, chattels,
rights and credits within tho Confederacy, as held,
owned, possessed or enjoyed by any one, for the use
and benefit of any "alien enemy"' since 21st Ma)*,
2d. It shall bo the duty of every Attorney, Agent,
Partner or Trustee holding the property referred to, or
having any interest therein for an alien enemy, to inform
the Receiver of the same, and to render a strict
account thereof, and to place the same (as far as prac
tieable) in the hands of the said Receiver, whereupon
such person shall be fuhy acquitted of all responsibility
for property so reported
:M. Any poison failing to give such information and
render such account shall be guilty of a high misdemeanor,
and upon indictment and conviction shall be
lined in a sum not exceeding $5000, and imprisoned
not longer than six months, and shall further be liable
to pay double the value of such property held by him
or subject to his control.^
Note,?Ail persons who have a doniicil within the
States with which this Government is at war, no matter
whether they be subjects of Great Britain, France,
or any neutral nation, or whether they bo citizens of
the G. S. or not, if they have a domicil or carry 011
any trade, trallic or business within such boundaries,
they are to bo recognized as Alien Enemies under the
J AS. It. AI KEN Receiver, C. S. A.
MIRY & HI
SUCCESSORS TO TIIE ,
South-East Corner of 1
A 11 a. tj *i
Roots and. Slioes, Crocltery "W
Iron. Nails. C
Till: SUBSCRIBER IIAVIXG AC
MUTUAL LIFE INS
OF RALEIGH, NORTII
COMPANY, OF COLUMI
FOR CAMDEN AND VICINITY, is prepare
INSURANCE, on the most reasonable
at moderate rates.
November 1 North (
Will. L. I>eI*ASS.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
SOitCITOR Xtt EQUXTts
CAMDEN, S. C.,
Will practice in Kershaw and the surrounding Dis
tricts. November 1
w* ?-t wan rw wv n /^| A
WE ARE NOW OPENING AT THE
Store lately occupied by R. Latta, one door
above the "Old Corner," A FRESH ASSORTMENT
HEAVY and FANCY
We have now in Store
BEST BALTIMORE HAMS,
Fine Travel and BnoonSides,
White Bread Corn,
Ff OUR, RICE, and MOUASSF S
ALSO, SIX DIFFERENT KINDS OFFRESII
Some very Choice Assorted
Pickles, Candies and Spices,
Corn Starch, for Tabic Use.
Rio and Old Java Coffee,
Sugars, Bagging, Rope, &c.
All for sale at the lowest prices for CASH.
Call and purchase.
\JTERY SUPERIOR SEED POTATOES; FINE
Dairy Cheese; Ki<rs and Su<rar Raisins.
Just received at tho "Old Corner "
November 7 K W. BONNEY.
PLOW STEEL.?Also, Plow Iron in nil widths.
Also, Plow Moulds and llorso Shoo Nails, Traces,
llames, Saddles. Ac. Just received at the "Old Corner."
November 7 K. W. BONNEY.
j^ACOX, Sides and Shoulders, of Baltimore curing |
I JL-# nnu very line, lor sale at tlie 'old corner,' l>y
K. W. BONNET.
LATE WM. ANDERS ON,
Broad & DeKalb-Streets,
STTLY ON TT /K TWTfc
vrs & caps,
7are, Hollow Ware, Tin "Ware,
CEI?TE1> THE AGENCY OF THE
CAROLINA, AND TIIE
, M INSIIM
31 A, SOUTII CAROLINA,
d to receive applications for policies of lilFE
terms. The Lives ?n SLAVES insured
,LIAM L. DePASS, Agent
Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company.
r IM IK Undersigned, as Agent for tnc above South.1
cru Insurance Company, is prepared to issue
policies of Insurance against loss by Fire 011 all Buildings,
November 1 W. L. DkPASS.
FALL & WINTER"
\\JI! IW1TE THE ATTENTION
T of our friends and the nublie o-onornlW to onr
"Which is complete in all its various branches.
AND WILL BE SOLD I OR CASTI ONLY.
McCURRY & HAMMERSLOUGH.
rpjlE SUBSCRIBER IIAS ON HAND OF HIS
_l. last Fall purchases:
Super Black Bombazines.
11 5-4 Black all-wool DcLane.
" 41 44 Cashmero and Merino.
" 44 44 Plain and Drilled Alapaccas.
44 4-4 44 English Crape.
Colored English Merino.
44 Printed DeLancs.
Domestic, Welch and Saxony Flannel.
Merino Vests for children. Misses, ladies, boys & men
44 Drawers, for Ladies and Men.
4* Union Dresses for Ladies.
Jaconets, Cambrics,. Checks, Swiss Parlaton Mus
jms, \\ into Brilliantes and Dimity Embroideries.
Edgings and Inserting, Laces. Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs,
Plain, Hemstitch and Embroidered. A
good stock of English Cotton IIoso and Half Hose,
with a lair stock of other goods suitable for families'
Fall use. W. D. McDOWALL.
Good Servants to Hire.
A GOOD COOK, WASHER and IRONER.
A No. 1 Bricklayer and Plastorer. Also, a good
House boy and Farmer. All of whom can be hired
to approved persons, by making early application to
this otlice, or Mr. I. B. Alexander.
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