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HE RED ALIA WE ANOTHER RAID ON c o s T PBICES TELL ! Have you bought yonr winter wraps yet 7 'A not don't fail to we our stock and hear the Prices. Russian Circulars, Newmarkets, Dushs Sacques, Silk Garments ! Ihe entire lot will toon be closed out. Now is your tine, as these goods v ?11 l-e Hold with out regard to manufacturer's costs. BLANKETS St. Chailes, California. IWinncfco;?. 3owv, Ke.iOne ?Dd AJrsia Blantets, all Grst-class goods,' wliich must le soJd now. Call early or bargains. SEX) OOMPOBTEBS ! iailed owios "We accidently "got on" a big pile of them f-om a Jaige eastein f?ciorvtbat to the eitime pleasant weather, holding brck their sales. We Isaxe torre of their bedding aud we are making pi ices to suit our customers. on. Will be slaughtered from now till X MAS. Clioice woolen fabrics of foegn and domestic Wills. Satins, Velvets, Plushes and Janiesiown Worsteds. We are deiej mined to reduce our mammoth stock, ai'd aie making .Rome bowl with our Come early and secure bar prices. irgains. MESSERLY& MEUSCHKE, 310 OHIO STREET. Mclaughlin bros. - UK! DEIRT AJSXIB S nftn Coffins, Caskets, Metalic Cases and Caskets, Burial Bobes, etc. Mght clerk at store. We are meroughly prepared to attend to all calls in our line, having an experienced Undertaker and giving JfJOnal attention K) cases en irusieu 10 ub. rurujiure ai Huyjtfmeauureiaii. -iM.iy LAKGEST FOBtfllUBE BOUSE LN CENTRAL MISSOURI SICHER' X-MAS THE GREAT HOLIDAY GOODS STORE. SICHER S ABE NOW SHOWING THEIR GREAT AND VARIED CHRISTHAS STOCK The Finest Goods, the Largest Stock and the most Elegant Store in the City. CHRISTMAS GOODS FOR THE MILLIONS I BEFORE PURCHASING SEE SICHER' S NEW STOCKc SUNDAY SCHOOLS SUPPLIED. I X-MAS SICHER S WEEKLY BAZOO. S EDA LI A MO. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 9,1884. CITY CHAT. Big stock of clockB at Anderson's, tf. McOlellan leads in wall paper. If you will only take the pains to in Ye?tigate you will find the best place to buy jewelry, &a, is at T. B. Anderson's 205 Ohio street. Boys be kind to your sisters and buy them a nice watch, ear rings, necklace or ring of T. B. Auderson, and when you are older you will never regret it. Anderson's number is two dors from Second, on Ohio street. 9-22d&wlf. The reason T. B. Auderson sells jewelry so cheap is, he buys for C3sh and has a large trade. Charles Th-sker and- Henry Bioose were arrested by Officer Jim Gossae late last night for vagrancy. S. B. Sturlevant, the well known erccervman is fat, fair and forty to-day. J He will celebrate to-morrow. The street and sidewalk on the south side of the Merchants hotel -is in deplo rable condition. It should be remedied at once. The cold wave signals have been hoisted in this section and a fall of from 10 to 20 degrees in temnerature is announced for the nest twenty-iour hours. The firemen were all made happy yes terday. The cause of it all was the arri val of their new coats from St Louis. They are daisies. Miss Annie Crockett, of Denver Col., who lias been visiting friends in this vicin ity for the past two weeks returned to her home last evening. While here she was the guest of Mr. Abe Kobinson. Humor has it that one of Sedalia's dandy coppers will be hauled over the coals in a day or two for some of his al leged crooked transactions. Until the matter is investigated by the proper offi cials, it will not be made publio Knives, forks and spoons at Anderson's Everything new in silverware at An derson's. 9-2d&wtf. The Lincoln roller skating rink was not open to the public last uight. Ten birth cer'ifuviies were filed by one physician in the recorders office yesterday. An infant son of Harvey Gatewood, colored, died suddenly last evening. Cause of death unknown. J. S. Ha.riuian, lb man who is per forni'ug .he feat of waving from Denver to Auju.stc, Maine, arr ed in the city yes terday morning. He n-as leas d Biley's hall and will give an exhibition of pedes trianism Monday night. Four of the parlies arres'sd by Dat tive John DirLong, at Osage some time ago for burglarizing freight cars on the Mts souri Pacific i oad, entered a plea of guilty yesterday at their trial iu Jefferson and were sentenced to five years each in the penitentiary. In order to close out a large stock of pianos, organs, sheet music, violins, guit ars, banjos, drums, flutes, fifes, piccolos, clarionets,flageolets,harmonicas Jew's harp everything in the musical merchandise line I will sell at prices never before .offered. If there is anything in the musical line yor want don't fail to call at J. W. Truxel's old and reliable music houss, 216 Ohio street. Stolen G-loves Recoverd. A few days ago a colored man named Joseph He pkins, w.is arrested by the po lice for beating a woman named Wright and on being searched at the station a pair of new gloves were found ou his person. Officer Jim Gcssage at once recognized thera as a pair that had bnen stolen from Chailes Oliver, an employe of Hughes & Haines. Mr. Oliver was notified of the find and after indentifiying them be ob iGihjd a slate warrant for Hopkins arrest. He will be turned over to the county au thorities as soon as the city is through with him. The Bast Fruit of Medical Science. Dyspepsia is immediately relieved by Benson's C&pcine Plasters. Quick acting, highly medicinal. .... 50cON THE DOLLAR! Having Purchased all the Cloak Samples at Half-Value of Biefield Bros., Chicago, The largest Cloak House in the United Stales, this with our present stock, will afford you the same selections that can be had in any large city, and at prices that defy com petition, owing to the fabulons reductions we bought them at. Come and see. Mohair Plush Sacques at $20.00, worth $25.00. Silk Plush Sacques at $27 50, worth $35 00. Silk Plush Sacques at 40.00, worth $50.00. Silk Plush Sacques at 550.00, worth $65.00. Silk Plush Newmarkels at $65.00, worth $85.00. Si'k Plush Newmarkels at $90.00, worth $125. Silk Brocade Velvet Touiist at $50.00, worth $65.00. Striped Silk Russian Circulars, $30 00 and $40.00, worth $45.00 to $50.00. Plain Silk and Brocaded Newmarkets Tourists at $25.00, $30.00 and $35 00, worth $5.00 ;o $10.00 more. Mallassee Kussian Circulars, now $20. Cloth all-wool Kussian Circulars, still selling at $6, $7 50, $9 and $12 50. rltU all Tnm..1..n C-rr co r j cio r TERRIBLE TERRELS. A Bazoo Reporter Gives a De scription of Two Boy Murderers. Hi8torv of the Crime Plight of the Perpetrators of the Deed. SHOOT THE S OP A B !" which Andrew immediately attempted to do. Sheriff Fulton held Jpsenhu-j between him and Andrew, who was popping awav at a lively rate, and managing to get near enough, knocked Andrew down. JossnW succeeded in gettiug away, and ran to the bank of a small stream, hiding in some tall gass. Andrew was secured, and then the officer with aid started for Josephus. He was found, but maimed as he was he They Appear to be Spirits But Refuse to Talk, FOUGHT LIKE A TIGEK, and was beaten iuto insensibility before her would surrender. He was as desperate as ever the most deperate of hardened a I nolo K-kv 11.... 1 t - m ItOOCL uu-v ,u"us ne is, snowed We shall continue to make reduclions on our Dolmans and Cloaks to give us more i to handle Biefield Bros', samples. room Ladies' Black and Gray Cloaks, $2, $2.50, S3, ?4, $5 and $6. Satin and Silk Dolmans, $12. $15 to 20. Having a great many Children's Wrjps, in Biefield Bros', samples, we can sell them cheaper than ever. Children's Cloaks, Havelocks and New Markets, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $5.00 and upwards. Hue. Ladies' and Misses' Jerseys, largest stock iu the city. TTT 1 11 a? i 1 t . i- . we buaji conimue on exuiDiuon in our snow windows tne nne neeutewore ot Misb Clinton, Mo., Dec 2. Special.J To day a representat:ve of the Bazoo, by the courtesy of Sherifi BilI?" Elliston, visited ths Henry county jail for the purpose of in terviewing Josephus and Andrew ler reli, the two boys who are charged with the terrible crime of paricide, the former with being the principal and the latter a; accessory after the fact. These boys were captured at Garden City, a little village of Kansas, last Saturoay a week ago, after a most aesperate resistance oa tnetr part. When the reporter entered the iail he a degree of grit rarely witnessed iu any one. ivna so aid Andrew. They were properly secured and lodged in jail, and Sheriff Hopkins telegraphed for. These boys, in appeaiance, are much like the average hard worked country boy. They are small in stature, with old faces, keen eves, and an air of shrewdness one would hardly expect iu country youths. The head of Josephus still bears the marks of his fight for liberly, while on Lis coarse striped shirt oreat blotches of blood are still to be seen. They are both in the best of spirits, and gieeted" the leporler in away which was fac from evincing the least si-n of fer or doubt as to the final result "of their trial. But they will not talk about tne murder, nor ot their life siuce that VST Q Q accompanied by Attorney M. A. Fike, who, evenlfnI morning ot the killing. THE FATHER T..-1 T 0 Ti X n 1 4 1 - nr M o aai , I HLLULUI xrilliiL JD.HJLtT) er X Dr0.5 UrilUU UeUtrai. 3U & 3Ub UlUOSt with his partner, Mr. Caivird, has been se I m cured to conduct me detense, and as ihe attorney has, of course, read the recent de cision of the supreme court which sets a premium ou ignorance and makes imbecil ity a crowning virtue in a jaror of a mur der trial, he hurried to the boys and fore warned them not to give up anything to the man of news. This warning fnd the de sired effect, and when the reportorial pump was pat to the young criminals it was found that the suction was entirelv out of order, for not a svllable This is a BAZOO Price 30 Cents Directions for Using, &c. I 1 . ... J .f 1 T 1 - . . 1 . I - . - .mis wyuuenui musical msirumenr. lor tne Deori'e now on Parth imitntoc smr hTrri nttei. save onlv to state that thev wpip An. cAiJicaovjus iLiiin, or amtiial. With it you can play or sing any tune. It reouires no instrnction to ns inn nrettv well, thank vou. The attemDt wealth seemed the one idtal o it. Let one play a lively tune on a violin. Bazoo, niano or orpfln. and nno nr trn nth- to interview them for anvthin? like WiiT. Between him and Josephus ere drone an accompaniment with the Bazoo and vou havp a irnnfl Wnino v Mn matn information a to ihpir mha nf trouble before and as ''like lmuaie runcn and J tidy" lo pertectiou bv soeakinf? in a Bhrill voir. Tin nm hlnw into the Bazoo : but siner, sneak or make some noi.ee. as the nnt.mt.ntit rw-rt a -nn nf a lion the crow of a rcoster, the caw of a crow, the moo of a cow and hundreds of other noises. L the Bazoo does not work properly, place the lips over the four holes in the tin and draw the breath in and out a few times. Many imitations can he made better bv Kneak. through the three round holes in the wood, or covering three holes in the tin with the lips, leaving the fourth uncovered. A auartelte or ohorim sinaiiinr tbrnnwh thn Pi7nrk 11 f ..... . . - --.- w . ..nasww I Z w.wV mil uring aown inenouse witu great annJause and invarinhiv rpnptrn rontori orinoroo tin RinifinMnt nnHj nnH winl-a t riuy lour 5AZOO s, organize a quartette and try it. It furnishes good dancine music for youthful clients when in the presence of excursions, picnics, etc the dreaded reporter. PoliLical Clubs find the Bazoo unexcelled forcampaign purposes, as it is easily But from another souice the Bazoo man learnea, and the music pi oduced is new and taking. .Strine and brass oiche3tras find learned some of the facts coucernine the iuc xiaiju a very jmporiani aauition. rne xsazoo sells nigni, wnai iney otu on me way, or even where they were captured, proved abortive, and as the reporter bade them good-bye there was a very broad grin ot evident sat-1 isfaction on the faces of the kids, as well as a mure asthetical one on that of Attorney Fike. who had siood conveniently near lo of these boys was a u,aa of much weaLh, owning a large uact of land, and at the time he was kiiled wus feeding 750 head of calt'e. He stood well in the community as a man of undoubted probity and had unlimited c-edit at the banks. But he was a hard, grinding father, a pushing toiler, aud his boys kuew nothing of the softer and gentler influences of a father's love. That he did Jove them. would the boys n.on? DOUi "i" t was a cold, unsympa- ana to sain i this man. there had been father like sou is always true, tins Killing bears ita own lesson and solemnly emphasizes a well defined law of n.iture. But, enough. In whatever light this case Is viewed it is a most pitable one. The preliminary eximination of the boys is set for the 11th of this month, whn all the facts will be brought to light. THE RAILROAD RUMPUS. Aji slated in these dispaiches last night thete is war going on between the K. & T. authorities and those of theKansas City & Is readiiv in stnrpfl. atrppt and 1 flight and cantnrp of thfcsevnnniy rlpsnprn-I c.,tU z. a. c e news-s-aods, at fairs, races, pleasure resorls, &c. Price, 10c . by mail, 11c. ' dees, for such they have cc-rtainiy proven , . Th' , " t'Tr AririrPKC .1 . I . " " r - r r- J. WEST GOODWIN, Sedalia, Mo. MICKEY'S Shoe Store, 206 OHIO STREET. ATTENTION LADIES ! JEFFRIES' JAMBOREE. themselves to be. HISTORY OF THE CRIME. Jn Order that the readers of the Bazoo may have a better underst-mding of the character of these boys, a brief history of tne crime wtln wnicn tney are cnarged, is not out of place, Him by Hie Wile Wlcrn He Deserted Here. We cany the following celebrated lines In lr1!oc' f!na etinos Edwin C. Benst and J. & T. Cousins, of Preferred Ajraiust Isew York.; Laird, Schoeer k Mitchell, and Kelly & Moore. Philadelphia; D. W. Wright, D. Armstrong, John KeJly, Hen nesy Bros, A. J. Johnson and Brooks & Reynolds, oi Bccheiler; Slribley & Co.. of Cincinnati. Wealsocairya full line of children's shoes. Come where you can find an assortment. GENTLEMEN. Come lo us for slylish hats. it ll - . - i. me muer anu placing a ireignt car across the road bed. It was thought yesterday there would be some lively .developments, but the day passed away peaceably and the matter remains in statue quo. A call was made upon Judge McBrette, attorney for the K. C. & S., for :informa- M .91. . . On Saturday moroins. tfov. 1. the father ,Ion W"3 10 -WDa.1 action uts road pro- He IS Arrested at Butler, MO, J -Lwis J. Terrill, who lived near Brown- Ped lu takej bat he declined lo talk,. "- J I . r-r . .1. .n. I nthpr than tn rfpiirtnnoA titi wnrlr nf llio T . mgion, rtenrv county, sent ,ue eiaer ton, - , . . . , , Jcsepbus, a lad about 17 vears of age, P0P e, 35 a Pece ot childishnesi. with abided man to dig pota'toes. Sbottly which would eventually amount to noth- afierwardMr.Tertillwent lo where they mg. uIt is simply to hinder our work " f wrt- onrl oointr hlu unn nrnil-TncT saiQ me nae, oui we win cross tne ). CC- on a unarge oi uommit ing Adultery. COUNTY COURT. warrants 8sua-.fcic our ors tor Oircoit Court Drawn, Ecc. County court met at 9 o'clock yesterday, pursuant to adjournment. Pnent Judges Gentry, Perdue and Taylor, Clerk H. Y. Fi- Ids and Sheriff Murray. Warrants were ordered to issue as fol lows: B. H. Wheeler, $63.78, freight advanced for the Missouri Valley Biidge Co. John A. Wtoug, $102.37, on same ac count. B. Wilson. $2S.95, for culverts built in ro3d district township 44, 23. J. C. Johnson, $82.00 lor services fs county surveyor and budge commis sioner. John Bollenger, $25, hauling for Fiat creek bridge. Hamlton & Waybright, $9.12, hanling forbridse puinoses. Easton & Dctnulb, $1.75, stationery. W. B. Lockworlhy, $S,809.90, out of the Pettis county court house fund as per esti mate lor the month ending December 1st, 18S4. A dramshop license was ordered to issue to Johnson & Benson to open a dramshop in block 37, city of Sedalia. Oidered that $600.00 of the capital school fund be loaned to L. B. Beam with the n. e. 4- n. e. 1 sec 16, township 44, range 23, and lot 3, block 10, city of Greenridge, as real security, and James A. Jtleam nd and James Vaughn as personal securities. Ordered that the following named rersons be drawn as -Petit jurors for the Janoarv term of the Pettis county circuit court: h irst Panel C. E. CJopton, S. G. Haney, A. T. Dorsey, Ed. Gibson, John Shaw, Joshua Gentry, V. H. Fuller, Willis Franklin, Chos. Keck, F. Bahrens, J. W. Murphy, Ed. McCiupg, D. Blocher, Frank Hoffman, B. Shobe, W. K. Thomas, J. Ar- nou, Win. Pace, Chas. JeunmgJ-, Eric Kail V. P. Anderson, Win. McFauidge, H. C. Smith, A. Kipping. S2Cond Panel bordan Kemp, J. Lower, Black, Bodnev Fisher, Jno. West, O. A. Stein, J. S. Eaokt, Wm. Allen, Spencer Myers, W.H. McNees, C. G. Taylor, Fi auk Craycroft, J. M. Ofiield, H. H. Marean, C. Y. Goodrich, Maurice Banett, J. jS. Dalhy, Syd Luckelt, Ben Clark, James A. Farr, A. Beicke, 0. P. Hatlon, Joseph Gishen, Geo. Grtgg. Court adjourned !o Monday, December Sth, inst. Horsford's Acid PJttosphate, Excel lent Results. Dr. J. L. Willis, Eloit, Me., says: "Hoisford's Acid Phosphate gives most ex cellent results." From gentlemen who arrived in this city from Butler yesterday, the Bazoo learns the particulars of the arrest at that point of Bud Jeffries', on a charge of adul tery. Jeffries, it will be remembered, de serted his wife in this city about a vear ago, since wmcu time ne nas Deen running who nis coac on : oiaerea nim 10 iaxe it ofi. The bov retused. hot wordr ensued, Josephcs started to leave the field, follow ed by his father, who had picked up the the hoe Josephus had dropped. The boy threw two stones at bis father and then ran. He was caunht up with and a fight resulted. during which Josephus shot and almost instantly killed his father, fiis dying words were : "Who will lake care ot mv T. track when we get a good ready. Fur ther than this I cannot say at this time. ,r Col. Bailey, the general superintendent of the Kansas City & Southern, is out of the city, but is expected here to-morrow morning ; then, it is said, something will drop.' PAID THE BILL. There came near being a lively lime at the K. & depot here yesterday. It seems that County Collector Ware, believing that he K. & T. road would put off 'paying its- poor wife and little childien." m a A. mi Josephus wus loined by hs brother, tax in this county as long as possible, had Andiew, and the two went to the house, determined lo atach a freight train, in oi- a ein-mill and samblinir hell in the capital broke opeu a dek aud took therefrom a der to brins the road to time. He had. city of Bates county. Shortly after his ar- large navy revolver; then they hurr.ed to been advised to this step bv Prosecuting rival there he be came enarmored with a a neighbor's, a relati7e of ther step- Attorney Lewis, and b3tl directed Sheriff sinful creature named Fannie Warren, and mother, where ihey frightened the women Elliston to be on hand last evening to serve into letting them take another pistol, also ihe papers and stop the train. The powers that bp, of the road, learning of the the man last ries, this by mm two nave since oten living as and wife. All went ell nnlil Thursday, when Mrs. Jef who ha3 been residing in city ever since her desertion her faithless spouse, arrived in tnat city, isoon alter ncr arrival she learned the true state of affairs and caused her husband's arrest as above stated. Jeffries is a worthless cur, and should be made to suffer dearly for his cussednes3. While a resident here he was known as a hard case and his liason with a well an old fashioned navy. Thus armed, the boys struck out for the timber and were soon lot to sight. THE NEWS OP THE MURDER spread rapidly, and soon neighbors armed with guns and pistols, were at the scene of the tr?sr;-dv. and out ou search for the boys. Prosecuting Attorney Lewis, and uotlly" Elliston, who was then dep uty sheriff, having heard of the intort lion of the collecter, sent a dratt to the agent here, and about 4 o'clock telegraphed instructions to pay the hill, which was done, and now everything is lovely and the attitudinum of the auser is above the reach of the hand of the min ion of the law. The amouut of the tax was $7,537. terrible tragedy went up from known prostitute named Ella Bolhnger, the Ws. ft 8efms the boys had tstiblished a reputation a3 desperate little fellows, in the communilv. for the par ers. r.aTi,hhnr said in T,pwit nd RiHstnn "that. akmg of the arrest, the Butler Ke- :f a-,a nn .uu-,c ihwni pumicau says: have t kill them, us they would never sur "Bud J eflnes, a south side saloon keap- " . T ul ;p a a ffioo orrocinn rr inn nnrprro nr onuiiaptr i . MAKING THE QUEER. Kansas City Thought to be the Headquarters of a gang of Counterfeiters. Jeffries has been living with Fannie War- ren, a noted character of the lown, for some time, and to-day (Thursday) his wife whom he had deserted, came up trom be- dalia and had him arrested' As we go to press the trial is just commencing and we cannot say what ihe result will be, but if the woman can substantiate her claims of ing the prisoner's lawful wife, it will go hard with him." For several months past the merchants tret the drop on him, was the warning, and business men genei ally in the western W - - ..... 4.1 A DI?T Horn Spoiled. What might have been a bloodly battle was stopped by the interference of an of ficer, on Main street yesterday afternoon. Joshua Chastine, the Milton Turner of Lincolnviile, approached a well known re publican office holder and demanded thn payment of a bill of $25 for services(?) rendered during the late campaign. Ihe official flatly refused to pay the bill, and denounced Chasline in severe terms, wind ing up by calling him a black mailer. The colored orator became verv indignant at this and commenced to abuse his while brother, using language more forcible than elegant. Just as they were aboutto come to blows, an officer. put in his appearance and stopped the p-oceedings, much to the dis gust of a large crowd of spectators, who had been attracted to the spot by the loud language indulged in by the two gentle- and subsequent events proved the truth of these woids.. THE FLIGHT. Towards the setting sun, out in the bounding; west where the cowboy makes his home, went these 'two little embryo desperadoes. To walk was out of the ques tion with them, so thef quietly appropri ated a horse near Schell City, and after passing into the state of St. John, the saiut, this was traded off for a pony nnd $20 to boot. Away they rode fully dc termiued lo reach a place of safety, the sky for a covering by night, the ground a substitute Tor the comfortable bed they had left back in the old home. Of the in cidents, if the-e-were any on their journey, the recorder fails to show, and the first heard ot the boys after leaving the house where ihey procured tne List pistol, was a telegraui Jrom Garden City to Sheriff Hop- and central portions of the state have been victimized by an organized gang ot coun terfeiters. Many storekeepers have been taken in for small amounts, and small groceries and saloons in every direction have ieen victimized. An investigation has shown that the gang has its headquar ters on a flatboat laying at the mouth of Blue Kiver at Kansas City. There the dies and plant3 are kept. Part of the men stay aboard and manufacture the "queer," while three or four have charge of the shoving process. Of the notes traced lo them most are 28 and 58. Of the standard dollars they make the greater portion. Some quarters and halves floating about are supposed to ema nate also from them. Their scheme is to be ready to throw the dies and other ap purtenances iuto the river in case a raid is made on them. There are about iyp.n in the men. John Thompson, 53 Hanover The arre?t itself was a thrilling episode PpanlIy of more than - Tu i-iu p oi f of them were with the ga ! t" ,i u ' nJ ed in Kosdale which came near costing that officer his earthly existence. The night before the arresf, Josephus and Andrew had had o fight with five cowoovs, in which the two boys came out victorious. Sheriff Fulton beard of the trouble-, and the next day, hile at Larkin, a little railroad sta tion, he saw two boys enter a store. He followed Ih.-'ni in the building, and noticed party one, an old man, bO vears. come gang tnat were, raid- a year ago and escaped. There is the best reaaou to believe them part of the Jesse Moudy gang, whose op erations are chiely along the Mississippi in Marion, Balls and Lewis counties, of this state. Mr. street, Liverpool, England, and one of the they were navt-y armeo, josepuus, tne oldest and moat extensive dealer in drugs elder, had taken oft bis pistols and n Great Britain, writes: "It is a eit-at was in the act of purchasing ammunil ion, pleasure to sell a remedy which gives gen- er.tl satisfaction, and our people, like their American cousin?, have become convinced of the fact that St Jacobs Oil conquers pain. The demand for it in Liverpool and vicinity was never so great as at the pres ent and is daily increasing." and two "slickers" or gum coats, when he was ordered under arrest by the sheriff. This the boy declined to heea, and made a grab for his pistol, but was seized by the officer. Then ensued a desperate struggle, Josephus calling out to Andrew to Don't You Do It. Don't suffer any longer with the pains and aches of Bheumatism, which make life a burden to you. Belief, speedy and permanent, can be procured at the nearest drug store, in the form of Kidney-Wort. Elbridg8 Ma 'com, of West Bath, Maine, says : "I was completely prostrated with Rheumatism and Kidney troubles and was not expected to recover. The first dose of Kidney-Wort helped me. Six doses put me ci my feet, and it has now entirely cured me and I have had "no trouble since."