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\mZ~LJ. Jl... I WHgjgg"** CAUTION. . All persons are hereby forewarned not to trade for a note of band, given by the undersigned, as administrator, to Messrs. (javle & Young, for 194 0 ) One Hundred and Ninety Four 62-100 Dollars, dat"d July 1. 180?!. It lias been lost or misajwjflk laivl, aud duplicate .note given in stead. dOS M. CiAYLK. , Adm'r. Jossc F Voting. deo'd July It 4 PltOSITM l ?. rjMlE UXDKKSIUNLD WILL ISSUE, LX A 1 few weeks, at Richmond, Ya., a weeklv journal, to be called "THE SOUTHERN PUNCH f ' It will be nearly a duplicate in size, form and gene- I i'ol features of the world renowned London ' Punch," | so long an acknowledged power in the British isles in tlie reiormntiou of public abuses, and the oulightenmont of the public mind, (lashing as it did with the genius of Hood, of Jarold, and a host of wits, p >ets and philosophic thinkers. The proprietors of 'Tho Southern Punch" hrin? to ' tho difficult task of sucecsslully conducting such : J journal tho advantage of capital, abundant men:a i sources, and practical skill. Tho editor for many | years past, has been connected, in a leading editorial capacity, with tho largest daily papers of New Orleans and Mobile, while the gentleman who will have charge of typographical and engraving departments is unsurpassed in that skill necessary for success. Every number will be illustrated with immer u* cuts, appropriate to the times t humorous and serious), from the hands of one of the l est engravers on the continent?-an artist whose name is hnniliat- in ih.? , reading pue *?>f the South. In liue, the undersigned are determined to make j '"The -outturn Punch1' the spiciest, most readable, ! and best illustrated literary journal m America. Jt j shall distance competition. TERMS.?Subscription for single copies $10 per annum. News dealers supplied at the rate of $10 per j hundred copies. Address OVERALL, OAMl'UKLL, HUGHES k CO.. Publishers Richmond, Ya. Editor tgiviug tho above one or more insertions will be entitled to a copy gratis. Ofliee on Main street, between 9th and 10th. July 10 South-Carolina?Kershaw District ill liquify. Thomas Lang, vs. Edward M. liovkiu and Mary C., his wife, Salliu VV. lioykin, Uaiiict M. Lang, John C. Lang, Theodore Lang, Saiu'l. W. L. Lang, Cornelia A. Lang and Edward 1>. Lang.? Rill of Supplement and Revivor. It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that John C, Lang, Theodore Lang and Cornelia A. Lang, and her infant son Edward E. Lang, four of tJic above named defeiKjants, reside beyond the limits of tho State -of South Carolina?on motion of Richardson Gay, complainant's Solicitors, it is.ordered that the said John C. Lang, Theodore Lang, Cornelia A. Lang and Edward J>. Lang, do appear and and plead answer or demur to the said bill ol supplment and revivor on or before the 18th day of September next, or the same will be taken pro confcsso against them. And it. is further ordered that this order be published for three months before the time above appointed for the appearance of said defendants in the Camden Confederate, a newspaper published in the town of Camden. W. K. TAYLOR, 0. E. K. I) Commissioners Olliee, June Dili A. 1 >, l$(i3. June 12 3m Dissolution of Copartnership. rpiIK COPARTNERSHIP OF KOOI'M AX k SOMI M IIItS is ilus day dissolved, by rnuluul consent. ? either party will sign tho name of the linn in liquidation. All persons indebted by 110:0 or account, will |?1? 11)11 kc p. \ iii< :it to tbo undersigned, ??r then autimi i/.cd atiorucv. ill-. M. Duuckuk. M KO(.l\M > X N. L. SOM N) 1 Its. Camden. June 1. 1803. <? Juno 1 2 ( letnt;rc in selh'tliilo ot s < . Fi. I'. On :u..l nli. r Thursday, 2d of Apr; . 1 troin down Iron. Camden will bo altered a Leave Camden 1.2 30 p. 111. Arrive at Kings :l!o 2.15 |>. in. Arrive ;u C'nindi t ."i:40 p. 111. Arrive at Augusta 3:15 p. in. 1 Arrive nl Columbia 5:00 p. rn. 'L'lio time of departing from en oh of the nh<>vc named place*?with the exception of the down mid-day train rem Camden?have not been changed, aud will coninue as heretofore, until further notico. INSURANCE. HATING BEEN APPOINTED AGENT FOR tho Insnranco Comjr ny of the State of Virginia, I am now prepared to tako Risks Against Loss or Damage by Fire Persons wishing to insure their property, will havo a favorable opportunity of doing so, in perhaps as safo a Company as there is in tho Confederate States. May 22 N. D. BAXLEY, Agent. Notice. 4 LL PERSON'S TXdKUTKDTO THE ESTATE l\ of I>rury J. Campbell. will coiuo forward and settle, and those having claims will present them for I payment. ' August 7 2 J. R. SIIAW, Ex'tr. - \ AN ORDINANCE. rpo AMEND AN ORDINANCE PASSED ON THE L 8th dnj of May, 1862, imposing a tax upon country produce, poultry, &c. Sec. 1. Bo it ordained by*the Jutertdnnt and Wardens of the Town of t 'atnden, in Council assembled, and l>v the authority of the same, that from, and after fli'- passing of this Ordinance, the following Tax shall lv levied upon all Country Produce, Provisions, and Poultry herein enumerated, if bought for sale in o h r markets, when the samo has been pureliased within the corporate limits of the Town, by any icsidont or non-resident, or when such has been purchased ! "j viiuvu v/i V aU^lVliO |JUli5VU KUUl Ull^ pil I IJ' OUt" I side t!ie limits of tho Town, who may be on their way j to this market with the intention of exposing tho same j for sale. Flour per bag of 98 pounds, $5.00 ! Corn per bushel, 60 I Peas per bushel, 35 Oats per bushel, 23 | Turkeys each, 75 j Geese each. 00 Ducks each, 00 < hckons each, 50 Eggs per dozen, 25 Bacon per pound, 30 Beef per pound, 20 Mutton, per pound, 20 Pork per pound, 25 Sec. Any pcrsou violating the above Ordinance, or refusing to comply with its provisions, shall be lined in a sum not loss than Five Dollars and not exceeding Twentj Dollars, in addition to the tax?tho same to ho collected by Council, wj^en within their jurisdiction, otherwise by due course of law. Sue. 3. Free tiegros shipping any of the above nrticlts. shall he charged double tho rates specified; Provided there is nothing in tho above Ordinanco to prevent regularly appointed agents from shipping provisions for the government, or parties from tho country from shipping their own produce. Any ordinance or part of an ordinanco hitherto iu force, and ropuguunt to the above, is hereby repealed. JaMKS DUNLAP, Jntondant. It. M. Kennedy, Recorder. May I SWEET, El KEY, AAI> TOBACCO. XT' O. MOLASSES, CRUSHED AND BROWN SUGAR; 500 dollars worth Matches, best quality ; Tobacco?Common, Medium and Fine; Rico?good and fresh Rice Flour; Salt?Confederate and Turks Island; Smoking Tobacco and good Cigars; Pepper San?e, Spices of different kinds; Jars and Jugs, various sizes; Nails, coarse Shoes. May 22, 1803. A. T. LATTA. Eunawav. < d . (COMMITTED TO TIIE JAIL OF KERSHAW J District a Negro Boy, who says iiis name ia JOllS, and that ho belongs to Robert Oliver, Of Georgetown, S C. Said Bov is live feet live, or six inches high, wi'l weigh 150 or GO pounds, had on an old black coat, and grey sutinett pants, ami a Confederate hat, made o wire grass. The owner is requested to come forward prove property, pay cxpolices and take him awav. DUNCAN SIIEORN, Jailor. March (5 Alabama Firo Insurance C O M ?y A N Y . r|YIJE Undersigned, as Agent for too above South1 ern Insurance Company, is prepared to issue policies of Insurance against loss by Eire on all Build ings, &c. . November 1 W. L. DkRASS; Shoe Thread, Castile Soap, &c ^IIOK THREAD, CASTILE SO A R. TOOTJl t ' Brushes, Matches, &c., for sale at the ''Old Corner. E \Y. BONNKY. July 3 Hay Cutters, &eHAY CUTTERS. WASH I NO MACHINES AND patent Cylinder Churns, for sale at the '* Old Corn, r E. W. BONNEY. .1 illy 3 J) ugs and Chemicals' ./id! Mustard, Blue Stone. 1 pi ras 4, Ex t. Logwood. I../ . 4'aloiind Kt.o-IOl'. 111.,* U..u? ;r. Camphor. , ? Gum Opium, A.ii. ?1 * *11111 Tartar, up t .lib Soda. Hediitz Powders, Castile Sn ip, Brown Windsor Soap, Ivory Fine '1'ootli Combs, Superior Toolli Crushes. Ac .lust received and lor sale by June 26 1 WM. McKATN. Chewing Tobacco. | half boxes chewing tobacco, re1 " ' ccived on consignment, ami lor sale by tlte package only, at MATHK-SON &, CO.'S. July 17 New Goods. ' JUST OPENED, aT THE "OLD CORNER,1 Printed Muslins; also. Tapes, I'ins, Hooks and I Eyes, wh.te and colored serpentine llraids. ,Vc\. that J has just run the blockade. E. W. BONXEY. July 3 Notice. rpiIE STAGE FARE TO LANCASTER WILL BE " -I raised to $5 UO a seat, and thirty pounds baggage allowed. Volunteors going or returning, will bo charged $3.00. Any package to or from volunteers will bo taken and forwarded free of charge. All others must be pie-paid. McCURRY & HAMMERSLOUGII. Novombor 7 ?( Turnip Seed. f I^RKSH TURNIP SEED, RAISED BY IRVIN F ROBERTSON, of Lancastea District, for sale ai the POST OFFICE. July 3 RAGS?RAGS! 1 /\ AAA POUNDS GOOD CLKAN LINEN 'VJVJ and Cotton liags wanted immediately at the Confederate Office, lor which the highest niarke price will be paid. | 1 ? o B | I ? 5 H 5 ? ? 1 & 1 tea - 5 1 S a 5 s? ' -M > h g ^ ? ? ^r, > a fsb ?3Sh?|u 3 * - M m a#^* S? 0 -- f- lj M r c rrj ^ W 1 I ? I fW 1-1 2 -j ?"5 a w ? H -S s: -I * ? jf? J ?> P ; i I a | 2? 3 1 > i! = g ? ri ?5 ^sglwE = f4 5 * 5 o ? L o ? 1 x ^ s ?3^ u =! %' ? i. -" ? b %-' r r1 OQ* ^ ^ 3ft 2 C/3 rr o4 '"d 5 3 ^ ft ? a ? > >1 ? 5 IW r- CT-i ^ 2 !j ftn*i2j 0 ? ft S ? <$ 2 ? cz; ? ** 1 B-'P 2 ,= ? H-l W -*1 p HJ H 1 M Wanted?Wool! I?OR WHICH THE HIGHEST PRICE WILL BE paid. ? ALSO? IflTTf'V J VII EirhAM'V llrtMi; *f i m.' n.> i vro i 1. W41 *%* %.\J n UTiiV^O and PLAINS, at McCURRY it irAMMERSLArGH'S. j i American Guano, l^ORSALE BY THE BARREL AT THE -OLD ' I. Cornor," by E. W. UOXNKY. January JO. 0 ?I ?< ^ T" "" I g 15"^- 22 w*' r/> if. ~ t mSF ? ^ * S ! > P R ^ V ? a r?? ~ La | P S : nSS I! 1 < ?+ p S . - P -? C j 2 p m ~ I ?? X - !? , *" 2 5? 5 ( - c~ *<> ** %. ? - M? Man a < ? ~ * ri o ? ST5 ' 2 S -g 5 rr ^ ! =. ta = 4 ^ H 1 o -A ^ A ~ i 3 hrf -, S S ~ **' 1 y g ? r 2 > m \ *5. ? ? ^ pr JJJJ p"i % % - r; 22 i =i; W -- <* > ^ 52- t r- H -- r- ? r S ., ffi 59 ~ 1 ' = "h ^ ^ ? r$ 1 = 2^=5 1 ; "J < ^ fl 0 t3 I/. 3' ? o = $ 5 ? 1 1 ^ i ? h s : g * sL ^ a ?? * ^ w <v t ^ ?- 3' ft 52 a 5 o 0 S ? w a *3 L ^ s. r _ ^ 4i:ksii \ \v i.oix^i: no. 2j?, a. r. hi. t] A ST AT MP COMMUNICATION OF KERSHAW .odgo No. 20 A. F. M., will bo held at their Lodge loom, Tuesday Mveiling 14th iust., at S o'clock. By order of AV. M. J. JONES, See. < July 10 1 KT O T I OE [ATE, TIIE OWNERS OP THE OMNIBUSSES * running to and from tho depot, feel compelled ) advance our rates, as our expenses are much lieaier than heretofore. From this date the ' re within the Town will be 15 cts. r aro to K irk wood " $1.50 cts. J. K. W1THKRSP00N. li E. G. ROBINSON. V April 10 5 * ?p?????? A<yi. and Inspector titoneral' Offices Richmond, May lltli, lSGs. [GENERAL ORDERS No 08.] JTHK FOLLOWING NOTICE RELATIVE TO exchange prisoners is published for the information of all concerned: EXCHANGE NOTICE No. 5.?Tho following Confederate officers and men have been duly exchanged, and are. hereby so declared : 1. All officers and men who have been delivered at City Point at any time previous to May 8th, 1865. 2. AH officers captured at any place before the 1st of April, 18G0, who have been released on parole. 3. Ail men captured in North Carolina or Virginia before the 1st of March, 18G3, who have been released on parole. 4. The officers and men captured and paroled by Gen. S. P. Carter, in his expedition to East Tennessee, iu December last. 5. Tho officers and men captured and paroled by Lieutenant Colonel Dickey, in Docembor, 1862, in liis march to the Mobile and Ohio ltailrond, and by Captain Cameron, of Corinth, Mississippi, iu December, 1862. G. The officers and men paroled at Oxford, Mississippi, on the 33d of December, 1SG2; at Desark, Arkansas, on the 17tli of January, 1803, and at Baton Rogue, Louisiana, on tho 23d of February, 18G3. i. ah persona who tiavo been captured on tlie sea, or the waters lending to the same, or upon the seacoast of the Confederate or the United JStutes, at any time previous to December 10th, 18G2. 8. All civilians who have bei n arrested at any time before the Gth of May, 1863, and released on parole, are discharged from any unci every obligation contained in said parole. If any such person has taken the oath of allegiance (o the United States, or given any bond, or :t" his release was accompanied with any other condition, he is discharged from the samp J. If any person embraced in any of the foregoing sections, or - in any section of any previous Exchange Notice, wherein they are declared exchanged, are in any Federal prison, they are to be immediately released aid delivered to the Confederate authorities. UOJJKltT OULI), Agent of Exchanges. Richmond, May 6th, 1SG3. II. All persons,'whether citizens or soldiers, are expressly prohibited Irom using, or in any manner interfering with fuel, or wood cut and delivered lbr the use of railroads or railroad companies. It is of the first importance that this ordir should be observed, and it will be strictly obeyed and enforced by the army. liy order, (Signed) S. COOPER, May 22 Adjutant and Inspector Con. CI RCU LA It A 5 I> A PPEAL.' FREE MARKET OF CHARLESTON. To the CitLecns of Charleston and the People of South Carolina generally, and to the Partners and Planters especially, from the mountains to the seaboard Tlio Free Market of Charleston, one of the noblest ind most useful charities extant, after more than a twelve month of successful operation, is in danger of suspension and even linal stoppage. It is an institution, founded by private patriotism and benevolence, endorsed by the city authorities of Charleston, and recognized and encouraged by the Legislature of tho State. Its great and highly useful purposes is to supply provisions, free of expense, to the needy funiilias of soldiers and seamen, fighting the batt'es oi their country, or dead in her service; and upward Of eight hundred families depo.iu on its bounty for their daily bread. It has become a great public necessity, and it is tlio duty of evety christian and patriot, male and female, rich and poor, young and old, to contribute to its support. in pioportion to intans and ability?tlio rich man out of Ins wealth, the poor man out of his poverty, llie widow with her mite?every large stream should pour, every lit le rill trickle its refreshing waters into lids great reservoir of patriotic benevolence, to be dispensed in 'tod-blessed bounty to the wives at d children, the widows and orphans, the sisters and oilier female dependents, of our brave soldiery and seamen. The linal stoppage, or e?< n the suspension, of his charity would be one of the direst calamities that tnuld befall our ('ity and State?it would inllict dis ress. sutfering, and even starvation on numbers now -omlhi tably fed by its bounty, and perhaps, lend to rend-nots, in our conservative city, to her serious iunry and deep disgrace. Come, then, fellow citizens, o the rescue, promptly, liberally, efficiently, and not >uly save tli Free Market from destruction or su.spenion, but sustain it. in healthful vigor, as a God blcss d and man-blessing institution. Lot donations in noncy and in kind pour in lavishly from every quaror of the City and .State; and the consequences will ie hap|>\* indeed. Not onlv will bi-i'n.d 1ml nm il "ml neat be sustaiiiingly furnished to soldier's and seanen's families, bill the boart' of the warrior will be iheered and iiisarm nerved to victorious battle against lie vandal and ruthless foe, by the comforting eonvicion that his wife and little ones are patriotically and allien ntly eared- for, by their fellow citizens, at homo, .el our (armors and planters especially, in every scciuu of the State, semi liberal supplies of vegetables nd provisions, from their gardens, their fields, their Kirns and their smoke houses; and swell to overflow* ug the great reservoir of Free Market charity. Charity is twice blessed?it blesscth him that gives s well as him that receives?and blesses the giver veil more than the receiver Conic up. then, one and all, to the hallowed work, ml not only earn the soldier's and seamen's undying latitude, hul lay up treasure in Heaven, where neiher moth nor rust doth corrupt, nor tlnevea break in ml steal. RICHARD YE A DON, Chairman ) WM. R.yates, [ Committee jomn piiillips, ) N. R?Country exchanges arc requested to copy ho above circular and appeal, gratuitously. New Flour. \ fresh supply of extra fine family flour, just received afid for sale at the Old Corner," by k. W. bonney. July 10 Fancy Soaps. &c JUST RECEIVED AT THE "OLD CORNER" Fancy Soaps, Tooth brushes, Needles, Hair Pins, .nil tifi); Needles, Pins, Shoe Thread, Ulnok and "White pool Cotton, Clack I1' ax Thread, Black Sewing Silk, latches, Pearl Buttons, ,tc. May 8 E. W. BONNET. Removal. rHE UNDERSIGNED HAS REMOVED HIS Store lrom tho "Old Brick Corner" to the estabshment formerly occupied by Mr. Wm. C. Gerald, Jr., ivo doors below McCurry & Hammerslaugh's store. July 24 T. M. MYERS.