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touring mr awf-mcr from tsre state
\J Mr. VooMbhn Pag? will act aa mj authorized
April 6 > 4 W. T. ALLK1J.
For SaleAN
hXCELLENT ONE OR TWO HORSE.BUG-.
Gt, with top; and also a good DUMPING;
CART and Char. Apply at th? Bank of Camden.
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The Cash System
mk IIA8 BEEN forced upon us by our
- miaflhnbility to obtainf the means of continuing our !
; business Drum any other source. Our customers will
thetttbre please take notice that we will henceforth
- fill no 'orders (uuaocompanied by cash) whether for
goddaltom our store or for work from our shop, unless
tthder previous special arrangements, distinctly mads
ws*?fr J. J. WORKMAN & CO.
January 10
WS,, .. 1 ' ' - ?s
Notice.
1?BI8 IS TO CAUTION ALL PERSONS FROM
p. trading for a Note given to Mr. M. K. Black, for
about two hundred and seventy dollars, dated the
early part of the present year, and signed by "Sutherland
A Lemond and James Dunlap"?the said note
having been lost, and since settled, by a now paper.
it was given lor trie dire ot rh.il and Charles Tor the
year 1861. E. W. BONNEY.
. December 20
Notioe.
Thb undersigned intending to make
<a change in his business on the first of January
next, will dispose of his stock of goods at exceedingly
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. B. W. BONNET.
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For Sale*
The TELEGRAPH LINE FROM CAMDEN TO
Kingsville is offered for sale. ' There are thirty
seven (37) miles of good wire Twelve (12) miles of
it single new wire with soldered joints.
With the same, two (2) good Magnets and Registers,
and all the connections of the office are offered for sale.
Persons wishing to purchase may take the Line as
it stands, with the Glasses and Brackets, or can have
it taken down ana coiled.
April 6 J. K. WITHERSPOON.
North Carolina bacon and lard for
sale at the " Old Corner."
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ajhu v j?. w. bun n ey.
Final Notice
Those who are indebted to Joseph m.
GAYLE, and jos. M. GAYLE <fc co., are again
notified that the notee and accounts of the said firms
are in the hands of w. L. DkPabs, attorney at law,
for collection, and unless settled by Return Day, they
will be positively put in suit.
November 15
HARDWARE, ~
/NiDBVM T?rrrtci j W.
mnrnio, auvroauo UIVUHD UWJ'I'HS. for sale |
\J at the "Old Corner." B. W. BONN BY.
January >4
SANCHEZ SPECIFIC
C\ AN be sent by mail and will effeet a cure sooner
) than any other medicine, is safe, pleasant and
reliable. gold by J J. McKAIN
FloWer Jars,
FT ANY STZB, JUST OPENED, AT THE "OLD
Oorner," by 1. V. BONNET.
March 7
A ^F^X' QAICBB -AX^* BC^^ pu^
'mjj& <^b<<tt|^w^p>i?^MwiWyMph^y (mom of bmii
Tbe raiwu which h?r? induced this neceeurr
I change, I trust, w,ill be apparent to aB- Cash costoi
mere eoliofled. It W. BONNEY ,
January 8.
NOTICE.
ME JOS. M. GAYLE 18 MT AUTHORIZED
Agent during my- absence in the service.
January 3 2mo K. A. YOUNG.
NOTICE.
All persons indebted to the estate
of JKSSE F. YOUNG, deceased, either by nolo
or account, will please call on the Administrator hnd
settle the same, by cstah or note, as I wish to get the
business closed up in some shape or form, at an early
day. J. M. GAYLE, Adtn r.
February 14 '4
CIRCULAR.
To the Soldiers' Aid Societies of S. C.
In answer to the numerous enquiries which have
been made by the different " Aid Societies which have
been recently formed throughout the State, I have
been intruded by his Excellency Gov. Pickens, to
give the following information.
Depots will be established by the Quartermaster
General, both in Charleston and olumbia. for the
reception of all donations of clothing; and lie is also
charged with the duty of forwarding ?h-. ri* o- ;
the same.
The "Department'' will receivo all uou. of
clothing, say frock coais and pUUtU.OOllS. * ' iJ4 I'VV
worsted goods, shirts and drawers, ol heavy homespun
or flannel, wool, or heavy cotton socks, blankets,
new or second hand, also heavy shoes.
The plan upon which the State designs supplying
her soldiers with all necessary clothing, is based upon
their willingness to surrender to the Stato tbo amount
of money appropriated by the Confederate Government
for this purpose, say forty-two ($42) per annum,
this sum not now being sufficient in consequence of
the greatly advanced cost of material. It is in view
of this fact that these laudable " Associations" of ladies
and gentlemen, are cordially welcomed as coadjutors
in this noble work, and in proportion to their
voluntary contributions of labor and materials, will
the absolute cost of clothing for our gallant volunteers
be reduced.
In thfl pvpnt. that anv of the *' Aaanoiationa" abonld
not feel themselves able to furnish both material and
labor, the Quartermaster General is instructed by his
Excellency the Governor, to re-imburee such Associations
the cost of all materials, at a rate not exceeding
similar materials purchased by tne "Department;"
and the quantity allowed for each garment shall be
the same as used in our Manufacturing Bureau.
Societies are particularly requested to advise the
Quartermaster General of the quantity of work they
can do per week, and the amount of donations they
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
-So. 1. TO ASSISTANT QUARTERMASTER,
Columbia, 3. C.
From Aid Society (here insert name.)
The nackaces should be marked distinntlv. and nnm.
bered from one 1) upwards, A correct invoice should
accompany each shipment.
All articles shipped at the expense of the State.
November 8 4 8. S. GLOV EE, Q. M. G. S. C.
In Equity?Kershaw District.
BILL FOR PARTITION, CONSTRUCTION OF
WILL, Ac.
Thomas Lang vs. Edward M. Boykin, Mary E. Boykin.
Sallie W Boykin, Harriet Lang, John C. Langj Edward
B. Lang, Theodore Lang, and Samuel W. L.
Lang.
It appearing that the above named John C. Lang,
Fdwani B Lang, and Theodore Lang, Defendants
reside out of and beyond the limits of this Mate, it is
ordered, on motion of Riohardaon A Gay Complainnts
Solicitors, that the said John 0. Lang, Edward B.
i ang. Theodore Lang, do plead, answer, or demur to
said Bill, within three months from date hereof, or
said Bill will be taken pro confeseo against them.
It is further ordered, that this order be published
in the Camden Confederate, for three months, once a
week.
December 13 3mo WM. R TAYLOR, c, k. k. d.
Cash StoreNO
CREDIT
TO ANYBODY
FOR ANY" KinO.
Beautiful white leaf la
Flour?different brands- t- i nd when j =>ible;
Meal and Gnst, of white u;
Rice, Clarified and 'n \ . *.
SptoeR of all kinds ?iv. :r acm- - 'r G ger;
Southern Preferv o peache*?abo fresh Peaches;
Oruan I 'nrn anil Tmiiutftfli
November 29 l.v a.T. LATTA.
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4-4 Hatting:
Also cotton carpeting and linen
Crumb Clothe, for sole at the " Old Corner."
Mejr 2 E. W. BONNET.
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SUCCESSORS to TEE 1
South-East Corner . of 1
a,
CAMDEN, SOIT3
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K.SS1P OON8TAI
A FULL SI
CLOTHING, H/
Boots and Shoes, Crockery "W
Iron, Nails. G
November 1
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MUT
jyiWSS' IHS
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THE SUBSCRIBER HAVING AC(
I MUTUAL LIFE INS1
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OF RALEIGH, NOI
FOR CAMDEN AND VICINITY, is prepare
INSURANCE, on the most reasonable 1
at moderate rates.
WIL
November 1 North C
WOT. L. DcPASS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
AND
40UOIIVOA IB
t CAMDEN, S. C.,
wiu ni-rtciice in iversnaw anu tne surrcur.uing jjis
tricts. November 1
VERY SUPERIOR SKKD POTATOES; FINE
Dairy Cheese; Figs and Sugar Raisins.
Just received at the "Old Corner "
November 7 E. W BONNET.
PLOW STEEL.?Also. Plow Iron in all widths.
Also, Plow Moulds and liorso Shoe Nails, Traces,
Hamos, Saddles. Ac. Just received at the "Old Corner."
Novembe 7 E. W. BONNEY.
BACON, Sides and Shoulders, of Baltimore curing
and very tine for sale at the 'old corner,' by
E. "W. BONNET
Medicine Cliests.
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, POCKET CASES
Trusses, Supporters, Shoulder Braces, Ac.
A larce assortmeL t iuat onened at
Sept. 25,?tf. "McKAIN'S DRUG STORE.
Jose Q. Felipe,
{FROM HAVANA, CUBA,)
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
Havana and Domestic Segars, the
Best Virginia CheVing & Smoking
Tobaooo.
a choice lot op first quality snuff,
pipes, Ac., Ac., wholesale and retail.
No. 64 Market-Street,
SIGN OF "NO IMPO SITION,"
charleston, so. ca.
November 7
Blanket ShawlsAll
wool blanket shawls, suitable
for Soldier's Shirts, for sale at the "Old Corner,"
by E. W. BONNEY.
February 14
Notice.
WE WILL BELL GOODS DURING 1862 FOR
cash only. No books or memorandums will be
I will be kept. No goods will be allowed to leave the
' store until fully settled for. No orders will be filled
unless accompanied by the cash. This notice is intended
lor one and all; and we very much hope that
no one will ask us to depart from this rule, as we are
determined to adhere to it without respect of persons.
Dec 20 3m MARONEY, BOS WELL & BRO.
Winter Clothing and HatsA
LOT OF PRIME WINTER CLOTHING?
also HATS, in a great variety of styles, for sale
by B. W. BONNET.
November
I i j^EjH./-' -jKif1 i
Jroad & DeKalb-Streets,
rH-CAROLINA,
ffTliT ON .BAND
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IlfPLT or 0.
its & caps;
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are, nunuw w are, j. in w are,
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Groceries, &c.
TERRK8 CASH.
UAL
IJSUJfCJB.
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7EPTED THE AGENCY OF THE
[TRANCE COMPANY,
1TH CAROLINA,
J to receive applications for policies of T.?
terras. The Lives en SLAVES insured
* X '
LIAM L. DePASS, Agent
'arolina Mutual Life Insurance Company.
Alabama ,
Fire Insurance
C O M I* AN Y. *
r|"*HE Undersigned, as Agent for tne above South*
JL ern Insurance Company, is prepared to issue
policies of Insurance against loss by Fire on all Build
ings, Ac.
November 1 W. L. DePASS.
FALL & WINTER
ooongs.
WES INVITE THE ATTENTION
of our friends and the public generally to our
Btock of
FALL AND WINTER
GOODS,
Which is complete in all its various branches.
AND WILL BE SOLDI OR CASH ONLY.
McCURRY & HAMMERSLOUCH.
November 1
Fall Goods.
The subscriber has on hand of his
last Fall purchases:
Super Black Bombazines.
" 5-4 Black all-wool DeLano
" " " Cashmere and Merino.
" " " Plain and Drilled Alapaccas.
" 4-4 " English Crape.
Colored English Merino.
" Printed DeLanes.
Domestic, Welch and Saxony Flannel.
Merino Vests for children Misses, ladies, boys A, men
" Drawers, for Ladies and Men.
'* Union Dresses for Ladies.
Jaconets, Cambrics, Checks, Swiss Parlaton Muslins,
White Brilliantes and Dimity Embroideries.
Edgings and Insertings, Laces. Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs,
Plain, Hemstitch and Embroidered. A
good stock of English Cotton Hose and Half Hose,
with- a fair stock of other goods suitable for families' V
Fall use. W. D. MoDOWALL.
November 1
Good Servants to Hire.
A GOOD COOK, WASHER and IRONKR.
ALSO,
A No. 1 Bricklayer and Plasterer. Also, a good
House boy and Farmer. All of whom can be hired
to approved persons, by making early application to
this office, or Mr. I. B. ALkxandhl
Deoember f
NOTICE^
The undersigned has just received a
good article of HOLBANB GIN, and an excellent
artiole of N. E.RUM. A lot of good Bye W HIS
KEY; also, a few barrels of North Carolina Extra,
at the " 0)d Brick Corner." T. & MYERS.
' January 31 3mo
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