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Hiwtaut, wheU reports (io part) from the 6om'mrittccs in tbb Beet Companies was beaded to * tktmf whichishow the rollowinj contribotion: Two hundred arid twenty bushels of oora given to the board without compensation ?to be distributed as they 4oem best Five bundled and forty-four busbelb tern, to be.sold to soldiers ? families at *no dollar, and one hundred and ninety three dollars in money to buy corn, and forty bushels of wheat I ;? rru:.. MlM ji-uib wru is now on deposit in Uamdeti, at tyie mill of Mr. John < Gaskins, Granny's Quarter creek; at the mill of Mr. J. ?L Vartglin, on San, ders' creek, an<l at tlie mill of Capt&ih ?. Parker, over tho river, can be obtained by soldier's families by application to Mr. Jesse Trnosdale, Flat Rock; Mr. J. Ross Dye, Liberty Hill; Mr. James Team, ovef the river; or James Dunlap ' or the undersigned at Camden. ' ' Tho board will meet again on the 24th inst., to aot on tho subject of the supply of corn to ? soldier's families, and earnestly request tbat all tho committees will report by that time. The quartor beginning first of July is tho trying period to soldier's families. The evidence before the board is, that sufforing now exist, and will extend to other families, after first of July. The effort of every man in the district might be well annlied to nrnmirn +lir? /* ? r "XT" w??? V? ??IV VVt u IV OUJ^fA/IU Vl^^/Og suffering families. By order of the board. J NO. M. DESAUSSURE, Chairman. June 5 2 Special 1ST otices. I. O. O. r.-KEBSBAW LODGE NO. 9. THE MEMBERS OF KERSHAW LODGE NO. 9, 1. 0, 0. F., are requested to meet at their Hall this Friday Aftornoon, at 4 o'cloek, as business of importance will be presented to tbo Lodge. By order N. D. Baxlev, Noble Grand. June 12 J. M. GAYLE, Sec. & Trcns. DR. JOHN McCAA OFFERS HIS SERVICES TO THE CITIZENS of CAmdon and surrounding country. Office two doors above the Branch Bank, Camden So. Ca. January .10 IfSlitCL HAVING BEEN APPOINTED AGENT FOR the Insurance Company of the State of Virginia, J am flivsvr picpuicu ivi uinu ivib&3 Against Doss or Damage by Fire Persons wishing to insure their property, will have a favorable opportunity of doing so, in perhaps ns safo a Company as there is in the Confederate States. May 22 N. D. BAXLKY, Agent. " ilATRIMOyY." TWO YOUNG MEN OP GOOD DEPORTMENT, Intelligent and Refined, are desirous to apcn Correspondence with Two Young Xadies of the same quali ties, with a vi6w to matrimony. Any who are dosirous of doing so, will address, with real name, to CAU.D, Company " E," 2d Rog't. S. C. V., Kershaw's Brigade, Richmond, Va. May 16 2m DEMISE, f Camden, S. C THE SUBSCRIBER INFORMS HIS FRIENDS fliiH t.S? trnvAllinor nnhlta that Via Haa IpabaH tliin rfwn. modious H0U8E so eligibly situated in the growing town of Camden. His personal superintendence-and best efforts, aided by competent assistants, will be devoted to the comfort anu satisfaction of guests and visitors. He confidently asks a continuance of the favors of all who have visited the DoKalb House, and calls from any of his friends who visit Camden. January 16 J. H. JUNGBLUTII. OFFICE <tCAHTERfflA8fiR^ Charleston, S. C., October 1, 1862. MR. A. M. LEE IS APPOINTED AGENT OP this department, for tho purchaso of Corn audi Fodder* in the Districts of Keraliayr and Lancaster, Planters desiring to sell, will communicate with him. Particular attention must be paid to the packing o the fodder, and no water must bo used. During the past year the Government experienced heavy loss from improper packing, and all such will be hereafter rejected. MOTTB A. PRINQLE, Captain and Assistant Quartermaster. HT the subscriber oan be found at his residence DeKalb street, next went of the Presbyterian Church October 16 A. M LEE. I '< v . ***%*/ * * l.1 L 1 I1.. 1 ' T dS^JSSR * X the 14th of June, at'the riote formerly occupied b* J.H. G*yle 6 0o-*-l??handsome Rosewood Parlor Furniture, 2 Sofas* 6 Oh^s, 1 What-No* I Dining Room 8ett, 0 cane Beat Arm Chairji, Onq . Extension Table, 1 Oak Chamber Set, Bedstead, Wardrobe, Bureau, Washstand, Table and Chairs,.! high-poet Bedstead, 8pring?bottom Mattresses, Feather Bed, Pillows and Bolster, 1' Wbat-Not, lot Matting, &c. ? AljflO? Immediately after the above, at the store of Koopman A Sommere, the balance of their stoek-t-consisting of Hardware, Glassware, Orockdry, Store Fixtures, two due Awnings, and other things too tedious to meatinn. * Sale positive, and no mistake. June 12 J. K. WITHERSPOON. ? m.l ? Notice All persons ark forewarned not to trade for a note given to Klisha Atkeraon about the 1st of . May, 1862, for aorae $60 or $70. The payment of the above note was offered by Rev. J. F. Redgero, and refused, on account of the money being that of Confederate issue. This is to notify all partiea concerned, that the above note will not be paid unless compelled by law. Juhe 12 2 H. ARRANTS, Executor's Notice. ? A LL PERSONS HAVING DEMANDS AGAlNSL A the late Mrs. Sarah Ciplss, are required to render uiii uucuuui, muruui iu uio uuuersigueu, according 10 law; aud those indebted to her to make payment to June 12 3 J. M. DkSAUSSORE, Ex'r._ Lost. My note, payable to b. cook or order, for seven hundred and ninety-five dollars, dated about the 13th of Fobruary last. Having given a duplicate for said note, payiueut for the original will be reftised; aud all persona are hereby warned against tradiug for it. GEO. ALDEN. June 13 1 Dissolution of Copartnership. The copartnership of koopman & somMKRSiS this day dissolved, by mutual consent ? either party will sign the name of tho firm in liquidation. All persons indebted by 110*0 or account, will please make paymont to tho undersignod, or thoir authorized attorney, Mr. M. Duuckkk. m. koopmann. L. SOMMKRS. Camden, Juhc 1, 18G3. 6 Juno 12 KERSHAW?IN ^EQUBTY' John Gnskin, et. al. vs James Bruce, ot..al?Bill. IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER PASSED IN above stated case (Bill) at Juno Term, A. D. 18G3, i wi'l oiler for re-sale at public outcry, before the Court House door, in Camden. S. 0., on the 1st Monday in July next, at 12 .o'clock, m., the Tract of Lund described in tho. pleadings m said case -(Bill), to-wit: Tho Sand Hill Tract, conveyed by Daniel Gaskin, sr., to D. T. Muliufi'ey, Trustee for the children of John C. Ba?kiu. Tnrmc?ntimlv nnuli oa itnll rtnw Hia r.oclo /\f ^ UIUVI# VU'311 ??? ??? ? I'CV v,,v "WIO VI IUsale and a proportion of toe costs of proceedings?the balance on a credit until tlio lirst of January next, A. P., 1864. Said balance to be secured by bond, with at least two good sureties, with interest on the same (payable annually) from day of sale, and a mortgage of the property. . Purchaser to pay for papers. Said tract of land to be sold at the risk of the former purchaser. WM. R. TAYLOR, C. K. K. P. Commissioner's Office, Juno 10, A. D., 1863. 4 South-Carolina?Kershaw District in Kquily. Thomas Lang, vs. Edward M. Boy kin and Mary C., his wife, Salli6 W. Boykin, Uairiet M. Lang, John C. Lang, Theodore Lang, Sarn'l. \V. L. Lang, Cornelia A. Lang and Edward B. Lang.?Bill of Supplement and Revivor. It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that John C, Lang, Theodore Lang and Cornelia A. Lang, and her infant son Edward B. Lang, four of the abovo named defendants, reside beyond the limits of the State of South Carolina?on motion of Richardson & Gay, complainant's Solicitors, it is ordered that the said John C. Lang, Theodore Lang, Cornelia A. Lang and Edward B. Lang, do appear and and p]cad^ai)8wer o? demur to the said bill ot suppinient and revivor on or before the 18th day of September next, or the same will be takon pro cortfcsso against them. And it is further ordered that this order be published for three months before the time above appointed for the appearance of said defendants' in the Camden Confederate, a newspaper published in the town of Camden. W. R. TAYLOR, C. E. K. D Commissioners Office, Juno 9th A. D, 1863. June 12 3m MEDICAL NOTICE. DR. W. R. SIKES TENDERS HIS SERVICES as practising physician to the citizens of Camden and vicinity. Office on main stroet, in the rooms formerly occupied by Dr. T. J. Work,man. February 27 Confederate Gen. Hospital, lo. 1. Columbia. CORPORAL J. F. BfeASINGTON HAS BEEN a patient in this Hospital since the 1st of January, from an ulcer on the calf of his leg, and is still unfit for duty. W. H. HORLBEOR, "May 22 Surgeon, P. A. C. S. i . * Str&v ed, ON THE NIGHT OF THE 17th ultimo, from Manchester Depot, five Government MULES, branded 0. S. Any information concerning them will , be suitably rewarded. Address me at tiumterville. May 22 J. B TINDALL. t r -i .-i W\v- / . V"A .V? " IIWWWMrtiBBl U'.JIL LW $18,610 45-100. oHxD^?iEsfe proceeds of an accoant lie had been i$?tru?^ad to collect, amounting to Eighteen- Thousand Si* Hundred and Ten Dollars 45-100 Dollars. Edie wrote to me, dated "Friday eight, on board the a tea no be r Britannia (which left that evening at 8 o'clock) and ackno.wl- . edges taking the money. Edie was a member of the Washington Light Infantry Volunteers, and was wounded in one hand at the battfe of Seven Pines-1? He was seen an Saturday morning at Kiugsville. Ho is s Canadian, by. birth, about 30 years of age, 6 feet 6 inches hi height, reddish hair, florid complexion, a 4 alight hesitancy in speech, with a little imperfection in his eyes, well educated and plaasable. He lias British Conselate papers. A reward of ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS will be paid for his arrest aud lodgment in any jail in the Confederacy, and qpe quarter of any money recovered will i also be given. Every paper iu the Confederate States will publish, this advertisement once, and send bill to nie. JAMES H. TAYLOR. , Auctioneer and Commission Merchant, May 29 '< Charleston, S. C. J . ' -. ' SWEET, FIR Elf, AID TOBACCO. N . 0. MOLASSES, CRUSHED AND BROWN SUGAR; : 500 dollars worth Matches, best quality ; Tobacco?Common, Medium and Fine; Rice?good and fresh Rico Flour; Salt?Confederate and Turks Island; Smokipg Tebacco and good Cigars: Pepper Sause, Spices of different kinds; Jars uud Jugs, various sizes; Nails, coarse Shoes. May 22, 18G3. A. T. LATTA. AN ORDINANCE. ' mj amftjnu a jn ukujjnainuit t'assmj u*n 111k X 8th day of Majr, 1862^ imposing a tax upon country produce, poultry, &c Sec. 1. Be it ordained by the Jntendant and Wardens of the Town of Camden, in Couucil assembled, and by the authority of the same, that from, and after the passing of this Ordiuauco, the following Tnx'shall be levied upon all Country Produce, Provisions, and Poultry herein enumerated, if bought for suTo in other mnrkcts, when the snmo has been purchased within the.corporato limits of the Town, by any resident or non-resident, or whon such has been purchased by any citizen or transient person from any party outside the limitfe of the Town, who may be on their way to this market with the intention of exposing the same for sal*. Flour per bag of 08 pounds, $5.00 Corn per bushel, _ GO Peas per bushel, 35 Oats per bushel, ' 25 Turkeys each, 75 Geese each, 60 Ducks each, ' 60 Chickens each; 50 Eggs per dozen, 25 Bacon per pound, 30 Beef per pound, 20 Mutton, per pound, 20 Pork per pound, . 25 $ec. 2. Any person violating the above Ordinance, orTefusing to comply witb its provisions, shall bo lined in a sum not less than Five Dollars and not exceeding Twenty Dollars, in addition to the tax?the fifime to be collected by Couucil, when within their jurisdiction, otherwise bv due course o" Lw. Sec. 3. Free ncgros shipping any of the above articles, shall be charged double the n<tes specified; Provided there is nothing in the above Ordinance fA nrnirnfif ronn11nrltt nnnninioH nirontu from oltmritnrr W Jl.V.VUtl IV^UI.HJJ U^JiV.IHVU ^.. 1^/^111^ provisions fov the government, or parties from tho" country from shipping iheir own produce. Any ordiDunco or part of an ordinance hitherto in force, and repugnant to the above, is hereby repealed. J A MES DUNLAP, luteudaiit. R. M. Kennedy, Recorder. May I Alabama Pir? Insurance , co;M:P ^'nsr Y . rpVHE Undersigned, as Agent for tne above SouthL em Insurance Company, is prepared to issue policies of Insurance nguinst loss by Fire on all Build ings, Ac. November 1 "W. L. DePASS. Closing up Business. Being anxious to close up my present business, the rematnder of my stock will be disposed of at low rates for cash. Persons wishing supplies would do well to cc.ll and look at tUo goods. February 20 K. W. BONNEY. Runaway. COMMITTED TO THE JAIL OF KERSHAW District a Negro Boy, who says his name is JOHN, and that ho belones ta Robert Oliver, of Georgetown, S. C. Said Boy is five feot five or six inches high, will weigh 150 pr 60 pounds, had on an old black coat, and grey satinett pants, and a Confederate ' hat, made o wire grass. The owner is requested to come forward prove property, pay expenccs and take him a"way. DUNCAN SHEORN, Jailor. March 6 Council Notice. INFORMATION HAYING BEEN RECEIVED by the authorities, that certain parties are in the habit of injuring, and defacing ornamental and shade trees, on the public squares and streets of the Town, by stripping them of bark, tomak dye stuffs. This is to give warning that all persons found guilty of this misdemeanor, shall be prosecuted to the utmost extent of the law, and a reward of Five Dollars will be paid, to any one giving such information as will lead to the conviction of the offender. Surely there are treos enough injthe wood, without resorting to such wantonness, as the destruction of some of the handsomest oaks within the limits of the Town. R. M. KENNEDY, Recorder. Council'Chamber, February 26, 186.1. March 13 EXPORT ANIt IMPORT C O M 1? A1S Y. A CHANCE .FOR PLANT TO IN VEST THEIR COTTON. Shares #1000 each. Payable, in Cottoyi or Currenoy. Books for the increase of Capital Stock to this Com pnny is now opened, and for further p&rttoul&rs apply to ' GEO S DOUGLAS. Juno 6 * Chaiiffe III Schedule of S* C. IK. R. On and after Thursday, 2d of ApriJ, the mid-day train down from Camden will bo altered as follows: ' Leavo Camdon 12 30 p. ni. Arrive at Kingsvillo 2.46 p. in. Arrive at Camdon 6:10 p. m. ^Arrive at Augusta 3:45 p. m. Arrive at Columbia 5;00 p. m. Tlio time of deporting from each of the above named places?with the exception of the down mid-day train rom Camden?havo not been changed, and will con iuuo as heretofore, until further notice. \ # Administrator's Notice4 LL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE ESTATE (A of WM. F. PERRY, deceased, are earnestly requested to cdme forward and make payment?cash preferred?and all having demands will present them duly attested, to Win. M. Billings, at Camden, or to the undersigned, at Flat Rock. * The creditors are anxious to be settled with, and I am desirous of closing up the business of the estato. May 15' D. D. PERRY, Adm'r. * NOT I O B. WE, THE OWNERS OP THE OMNJBUSSES . running to and from the depot, feel compelled to advance our rates, as our expeuses are much heavier than heretofore. From thiB date the F. re within the Town will be 15 ots. Fare to Kirkwood " $1.50 cts. J. K. WITHERSPOON. E. G. ROBINSON. April 10 " 5 FALL & WINTER GOODS. WE ISVIXE THE ATTENTION of our friends and the public generally to our oiock of FALL AND JV INTER GOODS, 7 i Which is complete in all its various branches. A ND WILL BE SOLD I OR CASH ONL T. McCUIiRY & HAMMERSLOUGH. November 1 Fancy Soaps. &c JUST RECEIVED AT THE 41 OLD CORNER" Fancy Soaps, Tooth Brushes, Needles, Hair Pins, Kuitting Needles, Pins, Shoe Thread, Block and White Spool Cotton, Black Flftx Thread, Black Sewing Silk, Matches, Pearl Buttons, Ac. May 8 E. W. BONNET. Hams and ShouldersFine hams and shoulders?also Brown Sugar, Rice and Salt, just received and for sale at the 44 Old Corner. May 8 E. W. BONNET. Notice. ALL THE NOTES AND ACCOUNTS, former LY in the hpnds of W. L. iJoPass, due J. M Gayle, and J. M Gaylo k Co., will hereafter be found at the store of J. s. DePass, one door above C. Math eaon'ft store March 27 Runaway?$50 RewardRunaway?my negro fellow, ben, . about 25 years of age, 5 feet 6 or 7 inches high, in color a dark mulatto, and weighs about 150 pounds, and his left eye-tooth is out. He has been out since August 1861. The abovo reward will be paid to any person apprehending tho above named, and placing him in the jail of Kershaw or any other adjoining district, so that I can got him. It is thought that he may have found his way to Charleston, as reports sgy he has been seen seen near the city. Address Joseph k. kirkland, April 17 3 Flat Rock, a O. ; * A . . Bonds WantedCash WILL BE PAID FOR APPROVED, well secured BONDS, that have from one to throe years to run. Apply at the "Old Corner." " e. w. bonney.