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BY JULIAN A. SELBY
Meetings City Council.
Council Chambkb, May 26, 1875.
Council met at 8 P. M. Present?his
Honor tho Mayor, John Alexander; Al?
dermen Brown, Carr> Carroll, Davis,
Griffin, Pugh, Swygert, Simons, Thomas,
Purvis and Wells.
Whereas, according to tho evidence
before the Council, Policeman Loinax
was the last one in possession of the pin
and oross, and there being no ovidenco
that he turned them over to any other
officer," he is, therefore, tho only re?
sponsible officer for those articles; also,
that he violated the miles of tho guard
house, inasmuch that he did not take a
duplicate of tho list taken by Mr. Jack?
son; and that ho left the guard house
whilst Sergeants Blizzard and Williams
were taking on inventory; therefore bo it
Resolved, That Policeman Lomax be
discharged from the police force. Car?
BIOHABD JONES, Clerk.
CoLtmniA, B. G., May 9, 1875.
Present?His Honor the Mayor, John
Alexander; Aldermen Cooper, Davis,
Griffin, Corr, Carroll, Thomas, Purvis,
Pugh, Brown, Swygert, Simons and
Council met at 4.30 P. M., at tho office
of School Commissioner C. J. Carroll.
His Honor the Mayor stated tho object
of the meeting to be for the purposo of
investigating the loss of a diamond
breast-pin and a jet cross, which were
missing from articles taken from a pri?
soner 'was arrested on Sunday morn
?2g, 21- instant
Alderman Brown moved that we pro?
ceed to investigate the case as stated by
the Mayor, and that we take tho evidenoe
of Policeman Lomax, Sergeants Blizzard
' and WiUiams, and Chief of Police Nixon.
Alderman Carroll moved that all the
witnesses retire, and be examined se?
Policeman Lomax examined, stated:
Last Sunday morning,' about half-past 0,
H. Johnson, C. F. Jackson, Spencer Lee
and Policeman Sam. Williams brought a
Erisoner into the guard house, (I being
ouse-keeper;) they went to work telling
me how they had arrested him. H.
Johnson said he had made the arrest,
and just got Stun. ^Williams to assist. 1
went to work to search him; I found
some pocket-handkerchiefs and one gold
ring; in the valise he had several very
valuable things; I requested Mr. Jackson
to tako q list of the articles; ho did so;
he had four gold and six silver watches,
and several other chains not connected
with the watches, and a diamond pin
and a oross, tipped with gold; the pin
had diamond centro and cluster, and a
chain attached; Mr. Jackson helped mo
to count them twice, and I put them
back into the valise, and locked the
valise in presenoe of Mr. Jackson, H.
Johnson and Spencer Lee; Mr. Jackson
wrote down the names of men who
Daniels implicated, on a sheet of paper
capped "Office Chief of Police," and in
the Chiefs office; I wrote on the same
Sapor, "Columbia" and "Lomax;" Mr.
ackson wrote Neale's name on the samo
paper; I turn Oil this paper over to Ser
Seant Williams; it was after I hod given
tiis paper to Sergeant Williams that he
handed the paper back to Mr. Jackson,
to put Neale b name on it at my request;
Sergeant Wilhams then received the
paper back from Mr. Jackson, and put it
into his pocket; the valiso was looked up
before any of the writing was done; as
Mr. Jackson went out, Sergeant Blizzard
stepped in; at that time, land Sergeant
Williams were talking about the prisoner;
I said, you two Sergeants, meaning
Blizzard and Williams, are horo, sit
down and take a list of these things;
there are some things very valuable
among them; Sergeant Blizzard inquired
what they were; Sergeant Williams made
answer, that thero were gold watches, a
diamond pin and a cross, and a pistol
and knives, Ac.
Question?What did you do with that
valise? I turned it over to Sergeant
Williams, in presence of Sergeant Bliz?
zard, H. Johnson and Spencer Lee.
R. JONES, City Clerk.
Council, Chaicbkr, May 17, 1875.
Council met at 8 o'olock P. M. Pre?
sent?His Honor the Mayor, John Alex?
ander; Aldermen Cooper, Davis, Griffin,
Carroll, Carr, Wells, Brown, Thomas,
Simons, Pugh, Purvis and Swygert.
Alderman Carroll moved that the hall
be cleared of all except Council.
Adopted. . j.
Policeman Lomax; sworn, said that the
portion of bio .statement read to him as
recorded is ? substantially correct; con?
tinues: When Sergeant Williams made
the remark, you (meaning me) can go,
everything, is all naht, I then wont home;
in the evening, of Sunday, about 4 or G
o'clopk.T 'wont to Capt. .Nixon's house; I
askod hlrh .f?r .leavo of absence from one
turn of duty: ho gave me tho leave; after
talking .tvlittlo) while, he asked) nab in a
kind of-hdughing way!?I thought he-was
joking?was there a diamond pin and a
gold oross, and.I.toldhim there was,in a
pockot-book in tho natdhel; then he told
me there was none there now; I told him
I did not want any shenanigan about it
or any foolishness t he told me to keep
my mouth shut: that Mb evidonoo and
Blizzard's Would clear* tuet than he took
me into bis house? he had the watobas
and everything* odt Jof.tho valise on a
piano; Captaiu NixoU piclcdd up tho very
pocket-book,/ that the diamond pin and
cross were in, and showed me that there
was nothing in it then; ho sent me at
onoe for Sergeant Blizzard to tell him
(Blizzard) to come there, to Captain
Nixon's house; I weit as far os Boss's
Hotel, wheToI metP??cemanO. Golden,
gcaut Blizzard did nettem?; Twos stand-,
fnff bolo* Rose e Hotel, and Golden'
walked up^tho comer of the hotel and
tion, nnd l beokoc jd Captain Nixonanu"
he met me; I and Captain Nixon went to
"Let oar Just Censu
Blizzard's bouse and sat on an old treo
nearly in front of bis house; Captain
Nixon stated to mo that he was going to
take me to Charleston with him, and that
he wanted mo to stick up to him; that he
would throw right smart of money in my
way; then Blizzard came out, and we
three started down to the guard house;
Kergeant Blizzard had on one of the gold
watches; Captain Nixon said ho must
take it off, ub there would bo the devil to
pay about that diamond pin and cross;
wo throe then went into the guard house;
Captain Nixon said that no one but Ser?
geant AVilliams had tho pin and cross;
previous to this Captain Nixon had told
mo at his house that I need not say any?
thing about the cross; on Monday even?
ing, Captain Nixon told Sergeant Wil?
liams, on the platform of tho South
Carolina Railroad, to lot that diamond
pin die away; that is all I know about it.
By tho Mayor?You stated that you
turned over the valise to tho two Ser?
Did you open it? I opened it as I
turned it over to them, and was about to
count them out, when Sergeant Williams
said, "never mind, it is all right; you
By Alderman Pugh?Did you say you
turned the satchel over to tho Sergeant
or the Sergeants? I said, here, you two
Sergeants take charge of this, and take
a record of it.
State what you said the satchel con?
tained when you turned it over to tho
Sorgeants? I said, it has got a great
many valuable things in it; I think I
called somo watches.
By Alderman Davis?Did von learn at
Newborry who had the lost pin? No. sir;
I did not.
By Alderman Davis?Did you not go
up to Newberry to learn something about
the lost pin? I did. You saw the man?
By Alderman Brown?Do you know,
of your own knowledge, if this pin went
into the possession of any one else be?
sides tho two sergeants? I do not.
Sergeant Williams, sworn, states: On
Sunday morning, 2d May, I got to the
fiard house at 7 A. M.J tho first persons
recognized at the guard bouso door
were H. Johnson and Spencer Lee; C. F.
Jackson was standing at tho cell door,
talking with tho prisoner, Daniels; Po?
liceman Lomax was in tho captain's
office as I passed by the captain's office,
on my way to tho guard room; I came
back to the captain's office, and Police?
man Lomax began telling me what had
transpired that morning boforo I got
there; I stepped back to the guard room,
and told the men to get ready; Lomax
came back there with the satchel on his
arm, still stating what had transpired; I
said, Why did you not send for the cap?
tain? he said he had no one to send; I
told Albert, the captain's boy, to go im?
mediately for tho captain?to tell the
oaptbin there was a very important mat?
ter down there, and to come down just
as quick as he could; Lomax said to me,
when his time was out, he wanted to turn
-those things over; I told him very well,
I had sent for the captain, I guessed he
would be here pretty soon; he repeated
it over again two or three times, that he
wanted to turn the things over; in this
time, he stepped back into the captain's
office again; I was then busy making up
my rolflist; as I got through, I stepped
back to the captain's office again, myself
and Policeman F. Robinson; Lomax was
then by the captain's dusk, with tho
satchel open; myself and Policeman
Robinson peeped into tho satchel while
it was open; I made the remark, thero
ore seven or eight watches in there; Po?
liceman Robinson fltarted to pull the
satchel open, and I told him to keep his
hands off it; I and Policeman Robinson
went back again to the guard room; we
left Policeman Lomax in the captain's
office, with the satchel; the men were
ready for dutj', and I called the roll; I
detailed Policeman G. A very for house
| keeper, and sent the rest of "the men out;
by this time, H. Johnson, Spencer Lee
and C. F. Jackson had left; C. P. Jack
i son gave me a paper to give to the cap?
tain; just before he (Jackson) left, he
asked me for the paper a^ain, and said
he wanted to put John Neale's name on
it; he then gnvo mo the paper back; I put
it in my side coat-pocket, and kept it
until the ohief came; the other relief
came in; then Sergeant Blizzard came in
to relievo his men of duty; Lomax said,
Here, you two sergeants are both present
?I want to turn these things ove^ to you
all; he went to the sergeants' desk, and
he then opened the satchel and com?
menced setting out the watches the first
tiling, and a pistol; Sergeant Blizzard
said, Let us take tho numbers of the
watches tho first thing; the first I put on
my book wns a Remington pistol, and
took the numbers of the four (4) gold
watches; by this time, the captain camo
in ; ho (the captain) said to us, Put all
those things on my desk; then we
stopped taking any more numbers at
that time; the captain then gathered up
some of the things and put them on his
desk, and I put some on bis desk; at this
time, I took the paper given to me by
Mr. Jackson and handed it to the cap*
tain; then I started to help the captain to
examine tho things in the satchel; I
^ked up .a small purse fram the cap
i'u desk; it had some money in it;
the captain took it out of my hand, and
fitdd ho would count it; then I had no
nioro to do with it
' By Alderman Carroll?What did Cant.
Nixon say to you nt the South Carolina
Railroad Depot about the pin? He Bald
he wanted me to keop all things straight,
and I. told him things were not right
now?diamond phi lost, Ac., and 'ho said
of let that dfe rfrotf T said that win" not
do, it must be ferreted oni
By Alderman Pugh?How far were
yon from PoUcemnn Lomax at this time?
About as faras to that door (30 feet) Do
yon think Lomal eould hear the remark,
oh let that die out? I do hot know, the
captain spoke loud.
OLUMBTA, S. C, FRIDAY
Council adjourned at 3 o'clock A. M.,
Tuesday, to meet 8 o'clock P. M.,
RICHARD JONER, City Clerk.
Columbia, S. C, May 19, 1875.
Council met at 8 P. M. Present?his
Honor the Mayor, John Alexander; Al?
dermen Cooper, Davis, Wells, Thomas,
Pugh, Carr, Carroll, Purvis, Brown and
Examination of Sergeant Williams con?
By Alderman Davis Did von see any?
one in the largo pocket-hook? I saw it
held up by Sergeant Blizzard, but not
open. Was this before the captain came?
By the Mayor?Did Sergeant Blizzard
say anything to you about the contents?
Ho took a paper in bis hand and said let
us sec what is on this paper; some print?
ing was on the paper; some "Bros. A Co.,
Augusta. When the captain arrived did
not some one say to the captain, look
into this book, there are some papers wo
want you to look at? I do not remember.
Policeman P. Robinson sworn?On
Sunday morning, about 6 o'clock, I heard
a crowd coming into tho guard house; I
did not get up, it was such a common
thing to hear a fuss when bringing in a
Frisoner; about half an hour after that,
got up to go on duty at 7 o'clock; at
that time, Sergeant Williams canio in
and pulled oil his coat and made out his
roll, and I said I believed I would go to
tho captain's office and see what all that
crowd was; Scrgoant Williams went with
me; I went into tho office; Policeman
Lomax was stunding at tho captain's
desk at the far end of it, and the satchel
was on tho desk; it was open and he had
a paper in his hand; I said what is all
this? Lomax said we made a great haul
this morning; I said my gracious! look
at the watches! and aimed to put my
hand towards the satchel and look at
the watches, and Sergeant Williams
stopped me; I saw a largo pocket-hook
in the satchel; I said, sergeant, how
many watches do you think is in there?
ho said ho reckoned there were
seven or eight; he and I stood there
a few minutes and looked at the watches
in the satchel and tho pocket-book; it
then wanted about ten minutes to 7 A.
M.; Sergeant Williams said, you had
better get ready, it is time for us to be
getting out on duty; then Sergeant Wil?
liams and I left Lomax alone in the cap?
tain's office, and the satchel was then
open; then we walked back to the quar?
ters, and the sergeant said, fall in, boys,
and called tho roll and we went on dutv;
the next time I saw tho satchel it was in
tho possession of Albert, the captain's
boy, along with the captainj he was
going into tho gate at tho "captain's
house; this was about 8 o'clock, Sunday
By Alderman Davis?Did you see H.
Johnson there? No; I did not see any
one else there; I left Sergeant Williams
in the quarters; Sergeant Williams did
not go into the captain's office before he
came into quarters first time.
Sergeant Williams was recalled.
By the Mayor?Did Sergeant Blizzard
tell you to say nothing about his having
the pocket-book in his hand? No, sir.
Sergeant Blizzard, sworn, st?ts: On
Sunday morning, 2d May, 1H75, near 8
o'clock, I went to tho station house; I
found in the captain's office Policeman
Lomax and Sergeant Williams; I also
found there certain property, which I
had previously heard of; I saw a satchel
on the sergeant's desk; Sergeant Williams
was sitting on a chair by the desk and
Policeman Lomnx standing near by him:
being informed, on my way to the guard
house by Policeman Golden, that Po?
liceman Sum. Williams had arrested a
man that morning with a lot of watches;
I asked Williams and at the guard house
if there was anything else besides the
watches; I think Sergeant Williams an?
swered, yes, there was a lot of things;
he said a lot of knives, pocket-hooks,
pistol, a pin?I cannot say positive whe?
ther he said breastpin or not- and some
money; then Policeman Lomax said he
would like these things to be counted
over again; I, thinking it nothing more
than right, agreed to do so; Sergeant
Williams then said that he had sent for
the captain nnd expected him in a few
minutes; he said tho things were all
right; I then said that I would like to
have the numbers of the watches, and
rather insisted that the things should bo
examined; at that time, Sergeant Wil?
liams, Policeman Lomax and myself
wero present; Policeman A very, I think,
was at the door of tho captain's office;
Policeman Lomax then unlocked tin?
satchel, as well as I can remember; one
of the two did; tho things were laid out
on the desk; I cannot be positive who
laid them out: 1 was sitting at tho end
of the desk, between the captain's and ser?
geant's desks, with my back to captain's
desk; at. time the sntehel was opened,
Policeman Simon Williams was standing
at the yard door of the captain's office; I
remember seeing the pocket-books lying
on the desk near tho satchel, and the
watches and some knives; one was a
dirk knife; I then reached in among tho
things and began to take up the watches
from tno balance of the articles; as well
as I can remember, when wo commenced
to examine the watches, Policeman
Lomax walked out of the office; Police?
men A very end Simon Williams woro, at
that time, in the office, with Sergeant
Williams and myself; we were at no
time in the captain's office alone?that
is, we two, Sergeant Williams and my?
self; we then proceeded to take the num?
ber of a pistol, and then to take the
numbers of the watches, the gold ones
firht; L,hnd tho number of the pistol and
four or five watches when the captain
walked in; the captain then reached over
my right shoulder and picked tip three
or four gold watches and stepped back
to his own desk, laid them down and de?
manded that the rest of the property be
turned over to bim; I was then endeavor
MORNING, MAY 28, 1875.
i ing to get the numbers of the watches;
i SSergennt Williams got up from where he
was sitting and commenced to pick up
the things from our desk ond to turn
them over to the captain on his desk;
after Sergeant Williams commenced to
turn over the things to the captain, I
took the numbers of two watches lying
on the sergeant's desk; I then got np
from my Beat and went to stand near
the captain at his desk; tho captain then
drew my attention to a paper that he had
in his hand, saying to me, hero is the
name of a man who saw this man
Daniels on Mr. Jackson's porch; I drew
near to the capmin and looked at the
paper; the name on the paper was John
Ncale; I am not sure that there were any
other names on tho paper; where tho
captain got the paper I cannot soy: I
never saw tho paper until he called my
attention to it; I saw Sergeant Williams
start to count over some United States
currency to tho captain; when I saw it
he had it on his hand, and was endeavor?
ing to count it on the desk; the money
was out of the pocket-book: the captain
reached his hand, and said hand it to
mo and I will count it; I then noticed
lying on tho tablo thrco gold dollars
which I had never before seen; I
picked them up and looked at them,
and remarked he has got three
gold dollars, too; then Captain Nixon
had, by this time, apparently
everything; I think the captain said,
would it be safe to keep it ot the guard
house, or would not it be well to take
them home? Sergeant Williams said he
did not know but what it would, but to
do what he thought best; the captain
then put them all in the satchel, and lett
to go home; asked for the keys of the
satchel, and Sergeant Williams gave
them to him; I think Sergeant Williams
picked tho keys off the corner of tho
captain's desk; I do not remember ever
handling any of the property particu?
larly to notice it, except the pistol,
watches and a dirk knife; I am positive
I did not make any examination of any
of tho other articles, nor search any of
the pocket-books; did not see nor never
have seen any diamond pin or cross, or
any kind of breast-pin; I did wear
one of the watches home, after asking
tho captain's permission, which he gave.
By Alderman Wells?Did you call the)
attention of Sergeant Williams to any
paper that had the names of some Bros.
A Co. on it? I did not.
By Alderman Wells?Did the captain
go to your house any time on Sunday?
He came in the evening.
By Alderman Wells?What did he say
to you about the watch? Ho asked me
to take the watch off, and I will put that
in the satchel, as there will be hell raised
about the pin. I gave the captain the
watch next morning (Monday.)
By Alderman Griffin?Who did Lnmax
turn over the satchel to? He did not
properly turn it over to any one, accord?
ing to the rules of tho guard house.
Whoso possession was the satchel in
when you got to the guard house? It
was sitting on the sergeant's desk. Was
the satchel locked or not? It was
locked?at least, shut up. Did you seo
Sergeant Williams turn over a paper to
Captain Nixon? I did not.
By Alderman Purvis? Did tho captain
take a list or not? I do not know. 1 did not
see any one but Sergeant Williams and j
' Captain Nixon there. |
j By Alderman Griffin How long had
you and Sergeant Williams possession of
the things after Lomnx left, and before
the captain came in? About ten minutes.
Prince Albert Kraft, sworn: On Sun?
day morning, 2d May. I came down to
the guard house, about half-past 7, and
met Sergeant Williams sitting down
making out his roll. C. V. Jackson was
standing at the last cell door.talking topri
soner Daniels; Sergeant Williams said to
me, go to the captain's house and tell
him to come here- there was something
very important about some stealing: I
went to the captain's house; he was in
bed; I staid there about half an hoar,
brushing his shoes, Ac., and I came back
to the guard house, the captain being
about half u square behind me;
I went into the guard house and saw
Sergeant Williams silting at the ser?
geants' desk; Sergeant Blizzard was sit?
ting by one side of tlie desk and Police?
man Simon Williams was standing by
the office door, and Policeman G. A very
was standing by the inner door: I went
over to the desk and looked at the things;
Sergeants Williams and Blizzard were at
the tiino taking down the numbers of the
watches, and about this time. Captain
Nixon came in and Faid, Bring them all
over here; ho was ut that time at his own
desk, standing up, but immediately sat
down; Sergeant Blizzard then handed
the four gold watches over to the cap?
tain, at the same time opening them and
taking the numbers; I believe thrd Ser?
geant Williams handed over the silver
watches, and Sergeant Blizzard had the
pistol, taking tho number of it, and
called it out to the captain; then Ser?
geant Blizzard handed over the pocket
books; there was one large green-backed
pocket-book, and in handing it over,
Sergeant Blizzard opened it and took out
a yellow paper and threw it down, and
then took out two small pieces of white
paper from on inner pocket, where post?
age stamps were marked on it; as tho
articles wero called, tho captain put them
down; Sergeants Williams and Blizzard
called out tho numbers; whilst they were
doing this, Joe Taylor camo in and
picked up one of the gold watches, and
asked the captain was he going to sell
them; the captain said he did not know;
Joe Taylor said he would like to have
that one; he then took up a small pocket
book, looked at it and threw it buck on
the desk; after this, Captain Nixon said
to me, Come on, and gave mo the
satohel; after everything was put back
into it and the list in his pocket, I took
the satohel and carried it to his house;
the captain was with me all the way.
By Alderman Carroll - Were Sergeants
end the True Event."
VOLUME XI?NUMBER 58.
Blizzard nnd Williams present the whole*
time, and remain in the office while the
captain took the list, and nntil after the
things were put hack into the satchel and
the captain left with the satchel? They
By Alderman Swygert?Where were
you when Sergeant Blizzard opened the
large pocket-hook mid took out the pa?
pers? I was sitting on the window be?
tween the two desks, and saw Sergeant
j Blizzard throw the yollow paper on the
desk, and the. white ones also, by the
I pocket-hooks; I never saw him take out
j anything else; I was looking at him when
he opened it and w hen he closed it.
On motion, Council adjourned to meet
on Thursday, '20th, at 8 P. M.
RICHARD JUNES, City Clerk.
-3L TM-fcJ W
OF the LATEST STYLES;
also, Ladies' and Children's
SUITS of all sizes and qual?
ity, UNDERWEAR, COR?
SETS, HAIR and FANCY
GOODS. Just received, a
largo assortment of Wenck's
MRS. C. E. REED'S.
THE Mechanics' and Farmers' Build?
ing and Loan Association, of Rich
land, is now receiving deposits of $1.00
and upwards, and allowing interest at
the rate of 0 per cent, per annum on all
amounts over $10.00, which remain 30
days or longer. Deposits received by
T. H. Gibhes, Treasurer, at the Central
National Bank, R. D. SENN,
April 22 j President.
Money to Loan,
On Marketable Collaterals.
EXCHANGE on New York, Baltimore,
Philadelphia, Boston, and all pronii"
nent cities of the United Status and En
rope bought and sold.
DEPOSITS received and interest-bear
ing CERTIFICATES issued.
STOCKS, BONDS, GOLD and SILVER
bought and sold.
ACCOUNTS of merchants and others
from the city and country solicited, and
LIBERAL LINES OF DISCOUNTS
granted by the CENTRAL NATIONAL
BANK, corner of Plain and Richardson
itreets. JOHN S. PRESTON, Pres't.
J. H. Sawyeb, Cashier. Mar 24
Who feeds me from his grocery store,
And shows me every day a score
Of dainties, finer than boforc?
Groceries, Family Supplies, Pure
Liquors, Wines, etc.
Whose clerks arc smiling, childlike,
And always at my service stand
Attentive to my least command?
Breakfast Strips, Beef Tongues, Sal?
mon Bellies, Fulton Market Beef,
Canned Goods and Other Delicacies.
Who cares for no man's smile or frown,
While he can keep his prices down,
Yet sells tho finest goods in town?
A Splendid Assortment of New Cof?
fee and Teas?Japan, Oolong, Gun?
powder, Hyson, Imperial and Mixed
And can I ever cease to bo
The best of customers to thee,
Who always did so well by me,
Fancy Crackers, Raisins, Nuts, New
Flour and Buckwheat.
I'll keep to tho store I like so well,
'Ncath Mr. Gorman's big hotel,
And kept by Hardy S-O-L
^?Jr-Prices still lower,, and goods fresh*
every day. _ April 9
At B. L. Bryan's Bookstore.
GEORGE TV, His Life and His Courts
Scientific London, by Beeker?$1.75.
Science and Religion, by Dr?per?
$1.75. Farrar'3 Life of Christ?$2.50.
The Shadowed Home, by Bickerstetb?
$1.50. Conquering and to Conquer, by
Schonberg Cotta Family?$1.25. Vernes''
Journey to the North Polo?$1.50. Ralph
Wilton s Weird, by author of Wooing
O't?$1.25. The Science of Law, by
Also, a variety of new English Novels,
paper covers, by Mrs. Olyphant, Far
geon, author ef "Castle," Mrs. Brnddon,
Wilkie Collins nnd others. Apri1 25
sales of cigars.
& Slawson's clearance
Attend Perry & Slawson's clearance
sales of cigars.
Tho symptoms of Liver Complnint'are
uneasiness nnd pain in the side. Some?
times the pain Is in the shoulder, and is
mistaken for rheumatism. The stomach
i is affected with loss of appetite and sick
Iness, bowels in general costive, and
sometimes alternating with lax. The
head is troubled with pain, nnd dull,
heavy sensation, considerable loss of
memory, accompanied with painful sen?
sation of having left nndono something
which ought to have been done. Often
complaining of weakness, debility and
low spirits. Sometimes many of the
I above symptoms attend the disease, and
at other times, very few of them; but the
Liver is generally the organ most in?
SIMMONS' LIVER REGULATOR!
For all Diseases of the Uvcr, Stomach and Spleen !
IT is evidently a Family Medicine, and by being kept ready for im?
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After forty years' trial, it is still receiving the most unqualified testi?
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for Constipation, Headache, Pain in the Shoulders, Dizziness, Sour
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Heart. Pain in the region of the Kidneys. Despondency. Gloom and
forebodings of evil: all of which are the offspring of a diseased Liver.
If yon feel Dull, Drowsy, Debilitated, have frequent headache,
Mouth tastes badly, poor Appetite and TnngHC Coated, vou aro suffer?
ing from Torpid Liver, or "Biliousness," and nothing will cure you so
speedily and permanently.
The Liver, the largest organ in the body, is generally the sent of the
disease, and if not Regulated in time, great suffering, wretchedness
and DEATH will ensue.
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food may be faced without fear. As a remedy in MALARIOUS
FEVERS, BOWEL COMPLAINTS, RESTLESSNESS, JAUNDICE,
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"I have never seen or tried such a simple, efficacious, satisfactory
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"I occasionally use, when my condition requires it, Dr. Simmons'
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"Your Regulator has been in use in my family for some time, and I
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J. Giiiii SnoBTBn, Alabama. * '?
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t more than twenty years, and know it to be the bait Liver Regulator
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For DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATION, JAUNDICE, BHJOUS AT?
TACKS, SICK HEADACHE, COLIC, DEPRESSION OF SPIRITS,
SOUR STOMACH, HEART BURN, Ac, Ac,.
X* ?ew? 3KT<o
Is a faultless Family Medicine; -
Doea nqt disarrange the system*
Is sure to euro if taken regularly,
Is no drastio violent medicine, I
Does not interfere with*business,
Is no intoxicating bcterave,
Contains the simplest and best remedies. .
CAUTION.?Buy no Powders or Prepared BIMMOSTS' LIVER '
REGULATOR, unless in our engraved wrapper, with Trade Mark,
Stamp and Signature unbroken. None other is genuine.
Jan 30 twemo J. H. ZEILEN ft 00., Macon, Ga., and Philadelphia.
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