^5?^ ibfflL over Messrs. Gayle <fr
Dfcftlfo, Uiat a Dividend of TWO DOLLARS PER
SHARE of the Stock of this Bank, be paid, on and
after the 1st day of June, proximo, the same will accordingly
be paid at tho usual places, to-wit: at the
Bank af dtarleaton. the Commercial Bank of Cotam*.y.
>.y, s i %
oia, the Merchant Bank at Choraw. and at the counter
of this Bank. This is intended as o pie-payment
of the next January Dividend?the reason for making
tvlii/tk 'nk tkia tim/w * 1 *? ~
.. ?vh^ ? n.? ryil CfO CX|)1H1UCU 111 OUT 81111114)1
July Circular. Suftice it, for the presort, to aay, that
having already prepaid the next July Dividend, the
profits now accrued amount to more than $E0,000,
with certain ready means oji hand which would lie
idle till next Januaiy; and that our assets?as good as
those of any Bank, we believe?amount to more that
three times all our liabilities; that we will be able to
meet all demands upon ua, and that many of the Stock*
holders need the dividend note.
W.H. R. WORKMAN, Cashier.
DURING MY ABSENCE, 9IR. JAS.
DUNLAP will act as my. Agent.
March 21 THOMAS J. WA lift
BY WM. If. BULLOCK, ESRUIBK, ORDINARY.
WHEREAS, KZEKIAL GA8KIN APPLIED
to me for Letters or Administration on all and
singular the goods and chatties, rights and credits of
D. W. Coatos, late of the District aforesaid, deceased:
Those are, therefore, to cite and admonish all, and
singular, the kindred and creditors of the suid deceased
to be and appear before mq at our next Ordinary's
Court for the said District, to be liolden at Kershaw
Court House ou the twenty third day of June inst.,
to show cause, if any, why the said administration
should not be granted .
Given under my Hand and Seal, this thirtieth
day of May, in tho year of our Lord oue thousand
oiglit hundred and sixty-two, ar.d in the aightysixth
year of tho Independence aud Sovereignty of
the State of South Carolina.
June 6 2 WM M. BULLOCK. O. K n
, . I
Election for Town Guard. I
A if ELECTION WILL BE HELD AT COUNCIL 1
Room, on Thursday, 12th inst., for one Guard'
man, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation
of W. K. Robinson. Applicants wiil send in their
letters in their own lian& writing, previous to that
? date, ROB'T. M. KENNEDY,
Juno 6 1. Recorderprotem.
Cook for Hire.
A FIRST RATE MALE COOK TO HIRE.
Wages moderate. Apply at this office.
June 6 3
ALL THOSE INDEBTED TO THE LATE J. J. J
McKAIN by note or open account, are earnestly
requested to settle the same as soon as possible; and j
all thoee to whom he is indebted will pi ease present j
their claims to me.
June' 6 3mo WM. McKAIN, Adm'r.
No- Ca- Bacon, Flour & Lard.
QAAA LBS. PRIME NO. CA. BACON;
OvvU 100 sacks choice Family FLOUR;
25 barrels do. do. do.;
1000 lbs prime Leaf LARD. For sale by
June 6 2 W. C GERALD A CO.
8 BARRELS STUART'S A LOVERING'S
1 bale heavy 8 ounce Osnaburgs;
10 gross good Matches, in paper boxes;
8 dozen bottles Cayenne Pepper;
Choice Rice, Superior Hams and Shoulders;
75 sacks super and No. L Flour.
Lard, Brown Sugar, Spices;
Preserved Peaches and Ginger Candy;
Cioss A Black well's English Pickle and Pfccalilla,
in store and to arrive, and for sale for cash.
June 6 A. T. L\TTA.
Bacon and Flour.
A8UPER10R LOT OF NORTH CAROLINA)
Bacon, just received.
Fine fresh ground Flour. For sale low for cath, at i
the "Old Corner. E. W. BONNKY. 1
Pistol for Sale.
A FIRST BATE TEN SHOOTER PI8TOL FOR
sale. Apply at the " Old Corner."
June 6 E. WvBONNEY.
PAIR OF GENTLE, WELL-BROKE PONIES.
Enquire at the Post Office.
A LARGE GOLD BREAST-PIN, WHICH THE
owner can have by proving property and paying
for the advertisement Apply at this office.
Iff A ~
may a 1
Winter Clothing and Hats.
A LOT OP PRIME WINTER CLOTHING?
also HATS, in a groat variety of styles, for sale
by K. W. BONNET. 1
OlfNTS Share on the IJIew Issue, for the Fix
It oaths ending Jane 30th, 1863, and the SOUTH*
WESTERN RAILROAD BANK a Dividend of SEVW8?Y-FiyB
CENT8 per Share for tl?e same period*
the combined Dividend of SIX DOLLARS (boing at
the rate of Seven per Cent, per annum for tho Rood*
and Six per Cent, per annum for tho Bank) will bo
paid at tlie aforesaid Bank on and after tho 2d
The Dividend on Railroad Shares not connected
with the Bank, will be paid at the same time and
place as above stated, and at tho Branch Bonk of tho
State of South Carolina at Camden.
t J. R. EMERY, Auditor
South Carolina Railroad Company.
J. C. COCHRAN, Cashier
Southwestern Railroad Bank.
May 30 * 2
H AVIVG REMOVED FROM CHARLES
TON, and located in Canidcn, offers liis Professional
services to tho inhabitants of Canidon
and vicinity. lie may be found at liis residence
in Rutledgc street, near Fair street.
May 22d, 1802
CARRIAGE AND HARNESS?ALSO, A
strong serviceable HORSE, Apply at this of5
May 30 3
A BAY MULE COLT, WHICH TIIE OWNER
can have by proving property property, paying
the advertising bill, and taking it away. Enquire at
the oflico of the Confederate.
Lost, In the town of cam den, or be'tween
Camden and McRae'sold Mill, 3 $10 bills?
two of which are Confederate drills, and one ^outh Carolina?also,
a $5 bill. Will pay $10 reward to tho
finder. J. II. THOMAS.
May 30 _ 2
| STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
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EXECUTIVE COUNCiL CHAMBFR, )
Columbia, May 14, 1862. f
| ft RESOLVED, T1IAT TIIOSE CONSTIi
** * TUTING the First Corps of Reserves,
| when formed into companies, shall elect their
| company officers: and when formed into rcgii
ments, the field officers shall be appointed by
the Governor and Council. And those constituting
the Second Corps of Reserves shall be
organized into companies and regiments and
placed under the commaud of the Militia officers
of the Styte who may then be in commis- (
8;on. But this resolution shall not apply to the ,
city of Charleston, where the reserve force is
alreadv orffanized and officered.
? O" ~ "" ~
By order of the Governor and Conncil. (
B. F. ARTHUR, J
May 30 . 1
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, ) 1
Columbia, S. C., May 14, 1862. \ ]
Resolved, that the governor *
and Council consider the Conscription Act
I of Congress exempting from conscription al the
. time legally exempt by the laws of the State,
j including, in South Carolina, the exemptions
! made by the Convention, and those made by
the Governor and Council by authority of the
Convention, and those made by the Legislature
and retained by the Council; the Governor and
Council holding that the Exemption Act of
, Cougress does not repeal the Conscription Act, I
but is concurrent with the existing exemption <
laws of the State.
By order of the Governor and Council.
B. F. ARTHUR,
May 30 1
ALL persons who have demands against the estate t
of John W. Arthur, dee'd., will please present
the same, duly attested, to Win. R. Taylor, Esq., my
attorney. And all persons who are indebted to said
estate, will please make payment to my said attorney,
at an oarly day. C. ARTHUR,
Administratrix of John "W. Arthur, dee'd.
- May 9 4
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J J itr.
IMB/ITWv '^IaviI wvOi' H ADJ'T.
& INSP. GENERAL'S OFFICE, (
Columbia, S. C., May 23, 1802. )
GENERAL ORDER NO 20.
1 TO- CARRY OUT THE RESOLUTIONS
* * adopted by the Governor and Connoil on
14tl> May instant, the following will be required:
II. That all persons coming under State
exemptions, to obtain the benefits thereof, shall
forthwith furnish to the office of the Adjutant
and Inspector-General at Columbia an affidavit
of the following description, viz:
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
I, A. 15., do solemnly swear that I am ;
that I reside at , in the District of
? , and within the limits of Heat,
Battalion, Regiment of S. C. M.
Sworn to boforc mo,, this day of
, 1802. C. D., Magistrate or Not. Pub.
III. The City Guards of Charleston and
Columbia will furnish rolls sworn to by the
Mayor of those eities; the assistants and members
of the Fire Departments of the samo
places will furnish rolls, sworn to by the Chiefs
of the Departments; the necessary officers and
employees of railroads will furnish lists sworn
to by the respective Superintendents. All such
rolls will designate the Residence, Beat Battalion
and Regiment of each person named on the
IV. Persons coming under the Exemption
Act of Congress can only be relieved by applying
to the officer appointed by the Confedd
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crate uovernmeni; lor tnc camp or instruction.
WILMOT G. DeSAUSSURE,
Adjutant and Inspector-General of S. O.
jf-??~AII papers in the State insert once.
May 30 I
(KITTO V CAHIIS':
JUST RECEIVED, WIIITTEMORE'3 BEST NO.
10 Cotton Cards, for salo by
May 23 1 TI SOMMKRS.
JUST (RECEIVED, BLEACHED AND UNbleached
Homespuns, Osnaburgs, Factory Yarn
ill numbers, Weaving Sleighs, Flax Thread, Noedlos,
Pins, Striped Linens, suitable for Coats and Pants, Yellow
Bluff and Slate Linens, Gents black Leghorn Hats.
Pugars, Molasses, Ground Coffee, in one pound papers,
Soda. Ac. H. SOMMEHS.
May 23 2
Dissolution of Copartner.
r|^lIK copartnership heretofore existing under the
I. name of Bash & Smith, is this day, by mutual
May 0 M. SMITH.
THE undersigned having purchased the entire stock
of goods heretofore belonging to the above
lamed firm, the junior partner, Mr. Ba^h, having enisted
for the war in the service of the Confederacy,
will continue business at the old stand, and thankful
or past favors, would respectfully solicit a continuance
of their patronage.
an.? i..it r?n ? :_i.
iiiu iiuivs emu uauuuw un*o uii mucu mtu my
lands, of the Arm, and will be settled with me.
May 9 . 3 M.SMITH.
Fresh Soda Crackers
A SMALL LOT OF THE ABOVE EXTRA FINE
article, for sale at the "Old Brick Corner," by
May 9 4 T S. MYEK8.
CAPT. J. J. NELSON WILL ACT AS MY
authorized agent during my absence from the
State. W. W. McCOY.
April 5 4
TITUS' TTVrTlBtlOTi>VTDT? U ATTTXTrt TMJTIBTIUTWBTV
J urj uni;r>iVDi\Jjniin v uivj ucjl r^ivou m cjlj
to close his present business, in oonsequeuoe of
ihe difficulties in obtaining goods, will dispose of his
stock now on hand at very low rates for cash. Those
wishing such tilings as he has to offer, will find it to
their interest to give him a call.
May 2 E. W. BONNEY.
Men and Boy's Coats,
And other, garments, on sale at low
May 2 K. W. bonney.
The subscriber, in order to Hmrr the
wants of the Travelling Public, line refitted and
repaired his OMNIBUS. It will mo regularly to and
from the DnKALB HOUSE, where a alate will be
kepi. Parties in any part of the town, or Kirk wood,
by leaving their names at the DeKalb House, before
bod-time at night, fnay depend with certainty on having
the omnibus to call for them, without fear of being
My old customers will find mo ready and willing to
renew old acquaintance, by calling for them, when
desired to do so.
May 23 J. K. WITHERSPOON
Sick soldiers, in every case, carried to of from
the Depot, free of charge. J K- W.
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SIX-SHOOTER found in Camden, which the
owner can have by proving property, paying expenses,
and taking it away. For information, enquire
of F. SHOEMAKER
May 23 * 3
STATE OF SOUTH CAROUNAT
EXECUTIVE COUNCIL CHAMBER, t
Columbia, May 15. 1862. )
rpiIE FOLLOWING RESOLUTIONS,.
adopted by the Governor and Council,
have been ordered to be published:
The great evil rising trom the too free use
and abtwe of ardent spirits by those in the military
service of the State and Confederate
States is so manifest, that it becomes the duty
of the Governor and Council to do all in their
?ower to suppress or lessen it as far as possible,
'horefore, with a view to preserve the health
proper discipline of the army, be it
Resolved, That the distillation of ardent spirits
from fruit, as well as grain, be and the
same is hereby prohibited, under the same penalties
as arc already provided for the
of groin without license.
Resolved, that all the copper stills and leaden
pipes connected therewith will be purchased
by the State for war purposes, at a fair valuation,
if delivered at the Court House of the respective
Districts in which they are situated,
or at the nearest Railroad Depot.
By order of the Governor and Council.
B. P. ARTHTJR,
May 23 2
AN Ordinance Levying a Tax on Produce, Poultry,
Ac., shipped from the town of Camden, for the purpose
of sale in other markets.
Be it ordained, by the intendant and Wardens of the
Town of Camden, in Council Assembled, and by authority
of the same, That on and after the passing of this
Ordiuance, a Tax be levied on each item annexed, aa
Flour, 50 cents per bag of 98 lbs.; Corn, 15 cents per
bushel; Peas, 15 per bushel; Oats, 10 cents per bushel
: Turkeva. 25 cents each: Geese. 20 r?ntn
15 cents each; Chickens, 16 oenta ouch; Butter, 16
oenty per lb.; Eggs, 10 cents per dozen
Free negros shipping any of the articles specified,
shall be taxed double the abov# rates
Provided, That there is nothing in the above Ordinance
to prevent parties from the country shipping thdlr
own produce, or Government agents, when they purchase
direct from the producer.
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