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Carpet-B^g Governments Breaking Vp.
The overwhelming defeat of General
Grant's administration in North Carolina
foreshadows ifs downfall in all the
former ?lavo-holding States. For a time
after tho war tho rulo of tho carpet?
baggers iu tho South vms a matter of
necessity. The old dominunt class did
not toko kindly to tho now order of
things which sprang from tho success of
the Union arms. The inroad of a go?
verning element from the North was tho
natural result; and that it should bring
in its train a body of odvouturers was
almost a thing of course. Tho folly of
the late insurgents in listening to the nd
"Let our Just Censure
the True Event."
BY J. A. SELBY
COLUMBIA. S. C.. FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 19, 1870
VOL. VI-NO. 130.
criminal proceeding or prosecution. Nor
sh nil he bo excused from answering auy
question, on the ground that he has, be?
fore thc examination, executed auycou
voyaucc, assignment or transfer of his
property for any purpose, but his nnswt r
shall not be used as evidence against him
in auy crimiual proceeding or prosecu?
SEC. 319. After the issuing of execu?
tion against property, any person in?
debted to tho judgment debtor may pay
to* the Sheriff the amount of his debt, or
so much thereof as shall be necessary to
I satisfy tho execution; and tho Sheriff's
vice o? anarow dounsou, und nrraying
themselves in political hostility to the
Republican party and its plan of recon?
struction, gave these adventurers the
vantago ground from the very start, and
soon opened the door for the moro un?
scrupulous among them to become plun?
derers and robbers.
The fruits of the carpet-bng reign of
the last five years are what might havo
been expected. Thc world may be search?
ed in vain for governments so immoral, so
shamelessly corrupt, so hopelessly rotten, as
those now prevailing in the South. Po?
litically they may be ohnnged; but this
cannot cure one of the sorest of tho
evils already inflicted. These scamps
have run the States thoy rule ruinously
into debt. The legislatures controlled
by thom have pledged the States to tho
discharge of pecuniary obligations of
crushiug weight, to the future redemp?
tion of an enormous amount of bouds,
and to the imposition of onerous taxes
through a soriesof years. This has been
dono in furtherance of all sorts of
schemes whereby the authors reap pre?
sent wealth and autioipato larger gains
iu tho immediate future. Those burdons
have already seriously embarrassed all of
theso States, and woll nigh baukrupted
some of them; and to save them from
ruin, the reign of thc carpct-bag robbers
must bo speedily brought to an end.
There would Bcem to bo no good rea?
son why the honest men iu these sorely
plundered States should not band to?
gether, irrespective of past political dif?
ferences, and wrest them out of the
hands of the thieves that despoil them.
All the issues which made their advent
even a possibility, havo been settled. Let
the better class of old citizens accept tho
situation in good faith, nnd assuro the
negroos that there is no disposition to
deprive thom of their new-born privi?
leges, and there will bo an up-risiug of
the people that will drive out these rave?
nous villains, and restoro to tho States
what they have not had since they
plunged iuto rebellion nine years ago
stable, thrifty, respectable governments.
These corrupt oarpet-bag usurpations
aro the outlying supports of Geu. Graut's
administration. They sustain him by
their votes, and he maintained them by
his bayonets. Their downfall will herald
his overthrow. But let those who invoke
a change, repudiate all idea of resorting
to violence. It was the threat of the
Tammany Presidential Convention of
18G8, that their candidate, if elected,
would break up those governments by
force, which made his defeat both a ne?
cessity and a certaiuty. The people will
tolerate no such slogan now, any more
than then. Orderly proceedings through
the ballot-box, will prove to be tho efli
cieut, as they are the only tolerable mode
of effecting this reform.-IVew York Sun.
The Tribune has the following: "Lost,
stolen or mislaid, a French Prince, four?
teen years of age, of 'tranquil' tempera?
ment, wears red trousers, and carries a
bullet in his pocket; was last Been going
home from a 'baptism of fire;' is sup?
posed at Paris to be in Metz; is supposed
at Metz to bo in Paris; is supposed at
other places to be iu Loudon. Any in?
formation concerning him will be re?
ceived with the greatest indifference by
the Corps L?gislatif."
A pair of precocious uttlc damsels at
Troy, New York, were overheard the
other night, on the sidewalk, exchanging
notes on tho Franco-Prussian war. "I
know," said No. 1, "that France will
beat, because tho little Prince is with
him." "Go away with you," chimed in
No. 2, "I know a mighty sight better.
The Dutch will whip; for my pa is a
Frenchman and my ma is a Dutchman.
They fight every night, aud ma nlwoys
BACKING DOWN.-The election in North
Carolina being over, Governor Holden
has no use for thc Kn Klux humbug, and
accordingly is willing to surrender to the
civil authorities the prisoners held by his
militia at Yanceyville. Holden's war has
proved a most ignominious failure.
[New York Herald.
South Carolina Bank and Trust Co.,
OF COM .MUIA.
(In Building formerly occupied by Carolina
BUY, SELL and EXCITANOS all issues of
GOVERNMENT BONDS, at current market
rates, also COIN and COUTONS, and execute
orders for thc purchase ami sale of Gold, and
all tirst-claes eocnritiea, on commission.
ISSUE CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT, pay?
ai lc on demand, or at fixed date, bearing
interest, and available in all parts of the
ADVANCES made to our dealers, on ap?
proved collaterals, at mai ket rates of interest.
COLLECTIONS made everywhere in tho
United Staten, Canada and Europe, and Ex?
change bought and 6old.
Dividends and Coupons collected.
HARDY SOLOMON, President.
J. C. ROATH, Cashier._June 20 gmo
Fine Gold Watches
OF all descriptions, for Ladies
J??Sifr33ff tUl(l Gentlemen, for sale at
ffijSjfejdlHffh WILLIAM GLAZE'S,
One door North of Messrs.
Scott it Williams^ Banking House. Dec 10
Guns and Ammunition.
rUST received by William Glaze, fine Eng?
lish BREECH-LOADING GUNS, line Eng?
lish Powder, in Canisters, Shot and Caps, of all
lind. One door North of Messre. Scott, Wil?
liams A- Co.'? Banking House. Dec 16
Lunch every day at Pollock'
j CHOLERA !-The following letter in from
Mr. Woodward, of St. Louie, to J. N. Harrie,
E?q., of Now London. Conn. Mr. W. id a gen
t lom an of high respectability, and during tho
prevalence! of tho cholera in St. Louis,
watched the result of tho application of thc
Pain Killer for this disease, aud his testimony
can be relicel upon with tho utmost confidence:
DUAU SIR: You recollect when I saw you in
January last, my expressing to you my most
sanguine expectations that Davis' PAIN
KILLER would have a tremendous sale in tho
West tins-season, and my anticipations have
been more than realized, and tho testimony
of thousands who have used it has benn that
they woulel not ho willing to go to bed at night
without it in tho house.
Ou tho appearance of tho cholera in this
city, such was tho confidouco in the. Pain
Killer as a remedy, that many who purchased
it remarked to mo that they hael no fcarB or
dread of tho cholera, as long as they had tho
Pain Killer by thom, anti hundreds took it
elaily as a preventative, for no persem can
have a derangement of tho bowels or diar?
rhea, if they uso this medicino. 'Phis was
tho security and confidenco of hundreds
acquainted with it, ami when their friends
were attackcel with tho Cholera, they would
administer tho remedy in largo quantities,
aud in every caso when it has boen takou iu
any of thc iirst stages of this disease, it has
I consider it an infalliblo remedy. I have
not beartl of any individual in any f amily who
used tho Pain Killer whou attacked, but
The clork informed mn that ho administer
etl it to persons when cold or in tho cramps,
and it gavo immediate relief, but still it
ehould bc given quickly, for when tho dis
cbargc of "rice water" has begun, the hope
of lifo has fled. Should this disease make its
appearance among you, aB in all probability it
will, be not alarmed; you and ali others there
have tho remedy, and I am confiilcnt if thc
Pain Killer is used, not a singlo elcath by cho?
lera, will occur in your citv. Respectfully
yours, ' A. T. WOODWARD.
Tho Pain Killer is sold by all dealers in
Family Medicines. Aug 2 illlmo
THE SEASON OP EXHAUSTION .-Tho
close sultry weather which usually prevails
toward tho end of summer is particularly un?
favorable to thc feeble and enervated. Evcu
the well-knit frames of strong men feel tho iu
lluenco of tho eeason, and lassitude and
languor pervade tho whole commuuity.
Ladies, especially those in delicate health,
suffer much from dobilitv, occasioned by thc
humid heat, and feel the want of a whole?
some invigoraut. In fact, a necessity for
something to recruit tho exhausted system is
experienced, more or less, by everybody, and
thc only question is, ichat thal sonxething will
be. With thoso who have tested thc effect of
HOSTETTER'S STOMACH RITTERS on
themselves, or have observed its effects on
others, this question will not be in doubt for
a single moment. Its tonic and regulating
operation, ami its agency in creating a
Healthy appetite and promoting digestion, arc
rightly classed by all who have, resorted to
this unequalled vegetable invigoraut and
corrective, among tho most extraoreliuary
therapeutic wonders of modern times. It
should be takou at this season as a safeguard
against the epidemic diseases which are so
apt to attack the relaxed system in tito fall of
As it is understood that mercenary specula?
tors in various parta of tho country aro en?
deavoring to supersede tho standard tonic of
tho agc with worthless articles manufactured
by themselves, which they represent to bc
superior to this long trie-el remedy, il is proper
to put tho publicon their guard An: mst this
species ot imposition, anet to waru them
against tho deleterious trash with which dis?
honorable dealers seek to drench them.
WEDLOCK-THE BASIS OP CIVIL
SOCIETY.-Essays for Young Men, on tho
honor and happiness of Marriage, and the
ovils and dangers of Celibacy-with sanitary
help for thu attainment of man's true position
in lifo. Sont free, in sealed envelopes. Ad?
dress, HOWARD ASSOCIATION. Box P. Phil
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5BBLS. NEW FLOUR.
10 sacks do All of wheat of this
harvest, for sale low, hy
July 2_LORRICK ? LOWRANCE.
SOME dealersin thia city have been in doubt
that I could hold out supplying them with
Beer this summer. I now inform tho public
that I hare a large supply of old Lager Beer
on hand, which I put against any Beer brought
from tho North, or even imported from Ger?
many, aa to purity and strength. I am ready
to test it by tho Beer scale.
? Aug 20_JOHN O. SEEOERS.
Selling Off to Close Out.
AS I intend hereafter to koop only a FIRST
CLASS JEWELRY ESTABLISHMENT.
I will sell out, at and below cost, mv ENTIRE
STOCK of Pistols. Gun?, Powder Flasks, Shot
Pouches, Caps, Cartridges, Powder and all
other Fancy Articles.
A fine lot of FANS, selling ve rv low.
June 1_Columbia Hotel Row.
Bordeaux Wine Vineear.
5BBLS. PURE FRENCH WHITE WINE
and CIDER VINEGAR, for salo bv
July :?)_E. HOPE.
1 I~\(\ BBLS. Choice New Family FLOUR,
JLVJ'L' just received and for sale bv
_ July 21_J. St T. R. AO NEW. J
WE beg to tender our thanks'tn the nu?
merous patrons of LOWRANCE & CO.,
for their past support, and pledge them, as
wo have made additions to our capital and in?
creased our facilities, to serve their interests
even more faithfully than heretofore.
Wo have MARKED DOWN all of our Shelf
Hardware and Fancy Groceries, and are DK
TERMINED to clean out our stock at low prices,
so as to be aldo to FILL UP WITH FRESH
GOODS AT LOWER RATES THAN CAN BE
HAD ELSEWHERE. Give us a trial, and you
will be convinced. Orders from tho up coun?
try solicited, and satisfaction guaranteed.
June 12_LORRICK Sc LOWRANCE._
CASES TABLE CLARET, for salo low,
for cash, hy GEO. SYMMERS.
Old Java Coffee.
MATS OM Government JAVA COFFEE,
for -jaie at reduced prices. E. HOPE
ESTABLISHED IN COL UMBI A, S. C., 1S49.
Old and Wealthy Companies
AGGREGATE CAPITAL OVER
JEtiia Fire Insurance Company
OF IIABTFOBD, CONN.
Chartered 1819-Charter Perpotnal.
Imperial Fire Insurance Co. of Loudon,
ASSETS S8,000,00O IS GOLD.
*3*This Company insures against Fire oniy.
No Marine or Lifo r?ks taken, as in most Fo?
reign Insurance Companies.
Manhattan Fire Ins. Go., of New York,
Thc oldest Fire Insurance Company in tho
City of New York.
ASSETS f 1,400.000.
Phenix Fire Ins. Co., of Brooklyn, N. Y.
Assets f 2,000,000.
PUTNAM FIRE INS. CO., of Hartford, Conn.
UNION FIRE INS. CO., of San Francisco, Cal
Assets il,200,OOO in Gold.
O*Policies issued payable in Gold or t
KNICKERBOCKER LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
of New York.
Chartered 18 5 8.
Tho above Companies have each made the
deposit of South Carolina State Bouda, with
tho Comptroller-General of tho State, aa re?
quired by tho Act of thc General Assembly.
Tho nndersigned has conducted the busi?
ness of this Agency for thc last twenty-one
yeare, during which period no case of litiga?
tion with any claimant has ever occurred.
BISKS TAKEN IN CO LUM Ul A
UPPED CO INTI ES OF TUE STATE.
All Claims for Lotses
Adj u?t ul and Pnifl
At THIS AGENCY.
GEORGE HUGGINS, AGENT,
Office nuder the "Columbia Hotel,"
In rear of Messrs. Duffie A Chapman's,
Columbia, 8. C.
GEORGE HUGGINS, Notary Public,
Aug 9 lin COLUMBIA, S. C.
CODE OF PROOEDURE-Continued.
SEC. 303. Where a judgment requires
the payment of money, or the delivery
of real or personal property, the samo
may bo enforced iu those respects by
execution, as provided iu this title.
Where it requires the performance of
nu}' other act, a certified copy of tho
judgment may be served upon the party
agnim:! whom it is given, or tho person
or officer who is required thereby or by
law to obey the same, and his obedience
thereto enforced. If ho refuse, ho may
oe punished by the Court as for a con?
SEC. 309. Thero shall be threo kinds
of executiou; ouc ngaiust the property
of tho judgment debtor; another
against his person; nud tho third for tho
delivery of tho possession of real or
porpoual property, or such delivery with
druu?;:;-"3 for withholding the same.
They -?ball bo deemed tho process of tho
SEC. 310. Wheu tho execution is
ngaiust the property of tho judgment
debtor, it may bo issued to the Sheriff of
any County where judgment is docketed.
When it requires the delivery of real or
persoual property, it must bo issued v>
the Sheriff of tho County where tho
property, or some part thereof, is situ?
ated. Executions may be issued at the
sumo time to different Counties.
Real property adjudged to bo sold
must bo sold, in the County where it
lies, by tho Sheriff of tho County or by
a referee appointed by the Court for that
purpose; aud, thcreupou, the Sheriff or
referee must execute a conveyance to
that purchaser, which conveyance shall
be effectual to pass the rights and
interests of the parties adjudged to be
An execution may issuo against a
married woman, and it shall direct the
levy and collectiou ot the amount of tho
judgment against hor from her sepal ato
property, and not otherwise.
SEC. 311. If tho action be oue in
which the defendant might have been
arrested, as provided iu Section two
hundred aud two, aud Section two hun?
dred aud four, au execution against the
person of the judgmeut debtor may be
issued to any County within the jurisdic?
tion of tho Court, after the return of no
execution against his property unsatisfied
in whole or in part. But no executiou
shall ifis?e against the person of a judg?
ment debtor, unless an order of arrest
has beeu served as iu this Act provided,
or unless the complaint., contains a state?
ment of facts showing ono or more of
the causes of arrest required by Section
two hundred and two.
SEC. 312. The execution must be di?
rected to tho Sheriff, or Coroner, wheu
the Sheriff is a party or interested,
attested by the Clerk, subscribed by thc
pariy issuing it, or his attorney, and
must intelligibly refer to tho judgmeut,
stating tho Court, the County where thc
judgment roll or transcript is filed, thc
names of the parties, the amount of thc
judgment, if it be for money, and thc
amount actually duo thereon, aud thc
time of docketing in the County to whicl
tho execution is issued, and shall require
the officer, substantially, as follows:
1. If it be against the property of th<
judgment debtor, it shall require th<
officer to satisfy tho judgmeut out of the
personal property of such debtor; and i
sufficient personal property cannot bi
found, out of the real property belong
ing to him.
2. If it be against real or personal pro
porty in the hands of personal represen
tatives, heirs, devises, legatees, tenant
of real properly, or trustees, it shall re
qniro the officer to satisfy thc judgmen
out of snob property.
3. If it be against the pcrsou of til'
judgmeut debtor, it shall require tb
officer to arrest such debtor, aud comini
him to the jail of the County until h
shall pay the judgment or be discharge*
according to law.
4. If it be for the delivery of the po?
BOSH?OU of real or personal property, i
shall require the officer to deliver the poi
session of the same, particularly descrit
iug it, lo the party eutitlod thereto, au
may at tho 6amo time require the office
to satisfy any costs, damages, or routs c
profits recovered by tho 6iimo judgrn'-ul
out of the personal property of the part
against whom it was rendered, and tb
value of the property for which th
judgment was recovered, to be sp?cifie
therein; if a delivery thereof cannot I:
hod, and if sufficieut personal propert
cannot bo found, then out of the rei
property belonging to him, and > hull i
that respect be deemed nn executia
SEC. 313. Final judgments, hereafh
reudered, shall not of themselves const
tute a lieu npou real or personal pri
perty, or in any woy bind the real <
personal property of the judgmci
debtor: Provided, That tho real or pe
soual property attached and held c
mesue process, iu an action, shall eout
nue bouud until the expiration of Ol
hundred and twenty days after fin
judgment is tendered, for the purpose
satisfying the same.
SEC. 311. When an officer holdiug f
executiou for collection, shall bo direct?
by the creditor, his agent or attorue
to levy the snmo on the real estate of tl
debtor, he may lodge in tho offico whe
by law a deed of snch real estate is r
quired to be recorded, a certifiod co]
of such execution, with a certifico
thereon, under his hand, stating that 1
is directed to levy the samo on stu
real estate, substantially describing tho
same. The real estate thus described
shall bo held to satisfy such execu?
tion, for tho term of ono hundred
and twenty days from tho time of lob?
ing the copy thereof, and when incum
bered by previous attachments, or lions,
the lien, thus created, shall remain after
the removal of such prior incumbronce,
or lien, ono hundred aud twenty days.
Tho Register of Mesne Conveyance
shall keep a record of such copy iu the
same manner ns attachments ou mesne
SEC. 315. Tho execution shall be re?
turnable, within sixty days after its re?
ceipt by tho officer, to tho clerk with
whom the record of judgment is filed.
If tho first executiou is returned unsatis?
fied, in whole or in part, another execu?
tion, as of course, may bo issued at any
timo within the period limited by this
Act for issuing executions.
SEC. 31G. Tho lodgment of executione,
hereafter issued, with tho Sheriff, shall
not bind tho personal property of tho
debtor, but personal property shall only
b^. bound by actual attachment or levy
SEC. 317. Until othorwiso provided by
the Legislature, the existing provisions
of law, not supplied by, or in conflict
with, this Chapter, relating to executions
and their incidents, tho property liable
to salo or execution, the salo thereo* the
powers and rights of officers, their cb tic -
theran, and tho proceedings to enforce
those duties, and the liability of their
sureties, 6hall apply to tho executions
prescribed by this Chapter.
PROCEEDINGS SUPPLEMENTARY TO TnE EXE?
SECTION 318. Order for discovery of
property, examination of judgment,
dob tor, Ac.
SEC. 319. Auy debtor to execution deb?
tor may pay his debt to sheriff.
SEC. 320. Examination of debtors of
judgment debtor, or of those having
property belougiug to him.
SEC. ?21. "Witnesses required to tes?
SEC. 322. Compelling party or wit?
nesses to attend.
SEC. 323. What property may be or?
dered to bo applied to the execution.
SEC. 324. Judge moy appoint receiver,
and prohibit transfer of property.
SEC. 325. Proceedings upon claim of
another party to property, or on denial
of indebtedness to judgment debtor.
SEC. 326. Reference by Judge.
SEC. 327. Costs of proceeding.
SEC. 323. Disobedience of order, how
SEC. 31S. 1. Wheu an execution
ngaiust property of the judgment deb?
tor, or auy one of several debtors in the
same judgmeut, issued to the sheriff of
the County, where he resides, or has n
place of business, or if ho do uot reside
iu the State, to the sheriff of the County,
where a jndgment-roll or a transcript ol
a justice's judgmeut for twenty-five dol?
lars or upwards, exclusive of costs, i;
filed, is returned unsatisfied, in whole oi
in part, thc judgment creditor, at anj
time after such return made, is entitled
to an order from a Judge of the Circuii
Court, or requiring such judgment deb
tor to appenr and auswer concerning hil
property, before such Judge, at a tim?
and place specified in the order, within
the County to which the execution wai
issued. 2. After the issuing of an execn
tion against property, nnd upon proof bj
affidavit, of a party or otherwise, to tb<
satisfaction of the Court, or a Judgi
thereof, that any judgment debtor hoi
property which he unjustly refuses tc
apply towards the satisfaction of tin
judgment, such Court or Jndgomay, b?
an order, require the judgment debtor t<
appear at a specified time and place, te
answer concerning the same: and sncl
proceedings may thereupon be had le?
the application of the property of th
judgment debtor towards the sntisfnctioi
of the judgment as aro provided upoi
tho return of an ex?cution. 3. On ai
examination under this section, eithe
party may examine witnesses in his be
half, and the judgment debtor may b
examined in the same manner as a wit
ness. 4. Instead of the order requirini
the attendance of the judgment debtoi
the Judge may, upon proof by uffidovi
or otherwise, to his satisfaction, tim
then* is danger of the debtor's lenviiij
the State, or concealing himself, and tim
there is reason to believe he has prc
porty which be nnjnstly refuses to nj
ply to such judgment, issue a warrant rc
quiring the Sheriff of nny County wher
such debtor may be to arrest bim an
bring him before such Judge. Upon bc
ing brought before the Judge, ho mn
be examined on oath, and if it then ar
pears thnt there is danger of thc debtor'
leaving the State, nnd that ho has prc
porty which he IniB unjustly refused t
apply to such judgment, ordered to er
ter into an undertaking, with ono c
more sureties, that he will, from time t
time, attend before the Judge ns he sha
direct, and that he will not, during th
pendency of the proceedings, dispose c
auy portion of his property not exemr
from execution. In default of entcriu
iuto such undertaking, he moy bo cou
mitted to prisou by warrnntof tho Judge
as for a contempt. 5. No person ?hal
on examination pursuant to this cliaj
ter, be excused from answering any que
tion ou the ground that his exnininatio
will tend to convict him of the commi:
sion of a fraud; but his answer shall ne
be used ns eviileuee ngninst him in nu
receipt shall be a sufficient dischargo for
the umcnnt so paid.
SEC. 320. After tho issuing or return
of au executiou ngaiust property of tho
judgmeut. debtor, or of any oue of se?
veral debtors iu tho samo judgment, aud
upou an affidavit that auy person or cor?
poration has property of such judgmeut
debtor, or is indebted to him in an
amount exceeding ten dollars, tho Judge
may, by an order, require such person
or corporation, or any officer or member
thereof, to appear nt n specified timo and
place, aud answer concerning tho same.
Thc Judge miry also, in his discretiou,
require uotico of such proceeding to bo
giveu to auy party to tho action in such
manner as may soem to him proper.
Tho proceedings mentioned in this
Section, and in Section threo hundred
and eighteen, may bo taken upon tho re?
turn of any execution unsatisfied, issued
upon a judgmont recovered in an action
against joint debtors, in -which some of
the defendants have not been served with
tho summons by which said action was
commenced, so far ns relates to tho joint
property of such debtors; and all notions
by creditors to obtain satisfaction of
judgment out of tho property of joint
debtors aro maintainable in tho like man?
ner, and to tho. like effect. These pro?
visions shall apply to all proceedings
and actions now pending, and not ac?
tually terminated by any final judgment
SEC. 321. Witnesses may bo required
to appear aud testify on any proceedings
under this chapter, in the same manner
as upon tho trial of an issue.
SEC. 322. The party or witness may be
required to attohd before the Judge, or
before a refereo appointed by the Court
or Judge; if before a refereo, tho exami?
nation shall bo taken by the referee, and
certified to the Judge. All examinations
and answers before a Judgo or referee,
under this chapter, shall bo on oath, ex?
cept that when a corporation answers,
the answer shall be on the oath of an
SEC. 323. Tho Judge may order any
property of tho judgment debtor, not ex?
empt from executiou, in the hands either
of himself or auy other persoD, or due to
the judgment debtor, to be applied to?
wards the satisfaction of the judgment;
except that the earnings of the debtor
for his persoual services, at any timo
within sixty days next preceding the
order, cannot bo so applied when it is
made to appear by tho debtor's affidavit
or otherwise, that such earnings are ne?
cessary for the uso of a family supported
wholly or partly by his labor.
[CONTINUED IN ocn NEXT."j
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CLEAR A^VATER :
WITlICfkS?LSEDINIENT ! :
OPEN^U^niE LIGHT! : '.
For Restoring to Gra^Jiair its
PIIAI.OM'S "ViTAij^^iffers ut?
terly from all th^^iair coloring
It is ILftf^nd, sweet smelling,
precipitates no muddy or slimy
malrer,requircs noshaking, im?
parts no stain to the skin. Hold
it tothc light and it is clear and
clont\jess. It leaves no mark on
the seato ; yet it reproduces in
gray haiNiienatural color that
time or sicCT^s^iriay have
bleached out of K^^^W
is tor one sole purposcyfiat of
reproducing,with absolute cer?
tainty, thc naturalfl^ior of the
hair. It is nowifitcnded as a
daily dressiu?^nor for removing
scurf or dandruff ; nor for cu?
ring baJflness; nor for stimula?
ting tme growth of thc hair.
Thesf objects may be accom?
plished after the color has been
fixed \jth the Vitalia, by Pha
lon's Chemical Hair Invigo
THE VlTAL"hp"ita harmless
and unequaled preparion for
thc reproduction of Sie origi?
nal hue of gray hair,alid noth?
ing else. This is accomplished
in from two to ten applications,
according to thed^th of shade
required. So^TOyall druggists
f f\ RAGS RIO COFFEE, for ?ale low to
Ol/ dealers by EDWARD HOPE.