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VOLUME XIII. SEDALIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1881. NUMBER 9. A REWARD OF $10 "Will he pan! for every Strip of CORA LINE which breaks with four month's wear. We are sole agents for "BALL'S" Health Corset! Your choice of oOO pairs Lisle and Silk Gloves ! lor Big barraiu in Kid Gloves and Sumr Hosiery to le cleaned out regardless of cost. Linen and Mohair Ulsters At Cot. J.M.Chte&Co. BEAUTIFUL BUT BAD. The Daring Escapades of "Annie Reilly." Charity, Virtue and Theft- Sliding cint. of sinir Sine- on . Bn Rope - Mourned as One Dead. Sow York MtTf iiry A bright ray of light has recently j been thrown upon the identity or 3iiss, Annie Reilly, who is now meeting her retribution in three vears term at Blackwell's Island tor some heavy robberies committed in New York a few months since. The discovery may lead to restoring the unfortunate girl to her parents, whom she deserted without any provocation some fifteen j v years ago, aim no uu mourn her as dead. , It seems that she is a missing fTl.i j. --1 L 1 1 1 uisier county gin wuu icil ner noine as . . 1 I LMUC I in intih. i-ipnr. nnnii trriiriivincr ipr ... x--. v-u k a ' fifteen and went to service, aunung at diflereut times the names of Anni ! Onmllv, Anuie Reilley, Mar .lolm- Reynolds, Kate Williams, Kate , r":r"i!.;: ot hnrs. It was not so mtmh t he mere 7 ' io - love of romance as it was a pure hero- ism of a higher type which prompted tkownfU nrl ali.ft f. lioranlf op in kab iirri l zitrri 11 iniiun m.i 1 1 vii 111111 ,ni;.r mi,tivM ,n,l fln ..Lr. ance and pei'sonal manners, strictly EZuS32TrS a latedtouke a leading position and ' 4.nmni;cli nlmnaf aivfKiiin accomplish almost anything upon whinlishp had Pt hpr hpjid and hpirt her head and heart. Arriving in New York. Miss Reillev Arriving in Ke York, Ife Keilley . . U : -,1 all her spare moments in thought and I study, k record, among the scores i JLi -i.. u u. L;.f, .? i,.. 5 SiET W S in v, , jT or accomplices. She is spoken of! evervwuere as a very nice gin, oi i ; kind and generous impulses, high cul- ture and refinement. There seems to ' Vo Kiif- t Km (iilinrr riaccimic in u kleptomania per se and the desire to relieve the sick and needy. Her life has been j filled with thrillixg advextures ' and remarkable escapes managed with wonderful generalship, nerve and courage. She has turned in under so many aliases and so disguised her identity as to succeed in committing more robberies than she has ever been charged with, and her personal mag netism is such that when on trial she generally keeps her victims from bringing in exparte testimony, and thus gets light sentences on only one or two indictment instead of a dozen. Even then she does not serve out her term unless it happens to be a very hort one, and not worth the wuile to ! plan and consummate an escape. ; ANNIE REILLEY was first known to the police aud the public in 1866, up to which time she had committed an incredible number of robberies. She was arrested by Officer Kierns, of the detective de partment, convicted of grand larceny, and given two and a half vears at Sing Sing. She was there only a few months when she made her escape by scaling the wall, being the first and only woman who ever eluded the vigi lance of the guards and got out with out the assistance of the others. Later on she made a still more perilous es cape from Sing Sing. Unlike an other woman of her class, Annie Reillcy had no carriage to rescue her, and though she disabled herself con siderably by her leap for liberty, she made her way afoot to a farm house, where she remained six weeks for treatment ; then came to New York, New Jersey and other places to carry on her operations. At New Bruns wick, N. J., she ingratiated herself into the good tavor ot a wealthy ium- ilv, ami in the dead hour ot night ! pillaged the house from cellar to attic, then made . A l r' vr in" and coverlet taken from her bed, low- ered her booty and herself after it. rhe wont directly to the police station, her huge basket of valuables upon her orm nut rmimv mninrori u-npti tiia next train would leave for New York. The police captain, much pleased with her, sent an officer to carry her has ket ami gallant her to the depot. The girl continued at large for two years, committing many robleries, and was again arrested bv Officers Kierns and Kelso. She was sentenced two vears to filackwell's and served her time, t j She now changed her base of opera - tions and opened a campaign in Con - necticut. committing heavv depreda-' tions in New Haven, and "wound mi a i with a vear at the prison at Weathers-, 'field, Conn. She returned to New i York and became very active. Her 1 the staff of nurses. She went up Miss career was stopped for a while by 'stairs ostensibly to get something for j meeting a wealthy lady living atja patient, entered a small room ami ' Yonkers who had met her while visit- mS lue feinS SingiK ison, and who had , ? 'taken a great notion to her." This, ood woman took her iuto her house !orl irnntml l.m- K!r n 1nnrHt.r mw her piano lessons and educated her in 'all the accomplishments. The -irl 'made a good record for herself and A ..... , u,. u,. , , , , w t YonkPr4. Uor weeks or two months, ami left theMulry and Corey, of the Twenty - house in charge of Annie. Her thiev-, second street and Second avenue jw- ing propensities mastered her, and she j lice station, held in $3,000 bail and locked up the house and came to New 1 convicted last September before Judge jYork. She answered numerous ad- ertisemeuts m person and made a mmher of Wg ; jmjf a year looking for her, and were . quite mortified that Uov. Uix called . . il . ? I - attention II I I t'l I I II III HI I HIT liLlllHC UI .Illl-L . . ..i. anfnn rmxr mir. nrpir mnn m ni: i-..,,.... i-: jitj u . set traps for her. - i ieieuuves uuvcniscii iu iiciii ;u uu "7"? ?n a '"'j and as the plot for her arrest flashed she quickened her hcr mind she quickened her inn rcr tri a run HAr nil rnorc !!,osel in P her "id she descendel . r."ww , , T im" a , ' ,U1 " , , .... in the hallway and toolt her to heart-'thug 1uar,eK. where she confessed. A ? the Mt'StafjuriWfi. her MM and. ffifi VS'JKTZl luc "uuuiwa w auujw wucic ; ' , ; . u T . left P'eg68 and tore up the ticket, 'V" i r V A .7l V ' - ...L :. ?he, Bve the dates and the names she au nsjuiucii, wni ifcieisicu " ucic pawnbrokers demel ever seeing her, . a"d she ound correct in every ,-; stance. She wrote several beantilul l?er, ...her vieti,S, regreuing what .she had uone. A ladv called to the I am very sorrv," said Miss Reiliev ; - "here are the tickets. 1 only got $601 ' .... 1 .... J .xnU T A Ir. ft... , :j?cftiL.v r... ,uu iiieiu. aim yuu jwui iw naun . t:. r ti 1.4.1 r. , R-t f . :. , v u,e "mm TT'T JUUU - you must nave ieu 10 get up ami hair to put ox your heai, Annie staid only a day at the house of one of her victims. She was SO prepossessing and sweet looking that her references were not examined. The children and all the family took i to her at once, and she had the run f a 1 oi 1 .11 I t . j i , " Jl Ollt UUUCba uuuciaiuuii net uusmess ami coiuuiencea uy sound ing the forks and spoons and putting 4. 1. .1 . A.Z . 1 uieui luner :n., miu wpuauuK i solid silverware from the plated ; ware. Ai u e nit upponumiy sue uictcu uF : iT, - J' waicnes, untceieis, siuues auu cioiu- ing aud was off before noon the next i . ji i i . uav. ai anoiuer piace sue nut on a lot of valuable clothing and her own evening dress over it, went in and did I the honors of dinuer, then slipped up stairs, put on some braids oi light col ored hair, belonging to a visitor and resembling JUiss Keillev s own natural hair, bedecked herself with jewels and boldly . walked out. Some one remarked in the hall, "What a wealth of hair you have!" Yes ; it is all natural," said Miss Reillev. FOR THESE DEPREDATIONS the girl was sentenced to Sing Sing for four years, and would have re ceived eight years more had it not been for the sympathy of the people she robbed. " But she soon escaped. The matron of the prison was quite infatuated with her and put her on get two costly braids of hair, j town by Lafayette, who nearly lost L 200 PIECES NEW DRESS GOODS Just received, to lc sold 20 per cent cheap er than ran le had elsewhere. : ratJinicrrc. biiot bargains of the year, ! 13 cents a ya.nl. , . ' F.roraJclle well worth cents .-cllinlor : JO cents a yard. j -,,.;,,,,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,, . - Sun,h,a ""hj"' Ion lo u nl j Ifo bargains in Lace ami dress (Jin-'baius. j i I L;u and '"lomlenes cheap. Call earlv to secure lirst elioiee of the two ear loads of new goods. RED STORE, ' or7 num c:t,RPVT ! U UH1U bitttLti, P. s- and Slipper cheai ---- t Men wear down to the IkhI rock. i ever. locked herself within. She jump! j fnm the window to a Ml rope some seven feet awav and slid down to the ground and was soon at large, Tk. ...ii.Ar!i ,.n,.Ll ,..,r :,,,;,: what had liecome of her, andthe! .theory of her escape was arrived at ' j bv the discovery of blood and pieces ua . i rv..k.. mtM u,, s Gildersleeve, sentenced to three years at Black wells under the NAME OF KATE DOOI.EY. r.i xr I ."5lie was visited ov a mercury re porter on Thtn-sdav afierncMni ami a I . ....... .mm.... k.. . . . .... lB.k.,. - . . . 1 Illl':i:il21 ITIIIIc;iIllIIl 1 .III i : ' '. : . ... . ... nothing ot her own lree will. .Miss a'u 1(M)k n hv -vr lwentv-five 1 l0?k a - tV?.. ' "J.?! r?ne IS piumi) ami uioomiug wim good heal 1, ami smr.tS In a,.,.ear-: ance she is of medium height, reu- Jar features, dimpled chin, light; lar features, dimpled chin, mnmlnMnn nrap naval avaj iiwi light hrown hair, and in toto a very g.v preuv ami annexe gin. i i.vrc arc her ever set down to a quiet hie at home 1 with her parents or marrying even if j '''ttst herself to .promise , to j iiscouiiuuc ner mouc oi me ami nasi ""m ... not decided upon any plans tor the j " uuure- fture. . - - J aii-h, Tu. At the H a Gun Lafayette Kissed. atervliet Aienal is a 12 ss Citiinou with a historv pounder bra cannon with a historv It was captured at the siege of Yort-" his lite in the effort, so nearly, indeed, that a solid shot whizzed hetween the, firiiiid itut t In itSoitu ctriL-iurr 1ia f.M...;d .....1 tl... .. CL.; V'.. iteelf .. iIe tlie 1)rizc ...... ...v ...v, fc..v Min.. itw i.:i i,A r. " 'llT .7." I 'ir uwgcu i um nues. a uu in- dentation made in the cannon by the shot still remains, and in lJ5i4 served, to ideutify the gun when Lafayette ' visited Troy aud the arsenal. Mr. Johnson, who is emploved at the arsenal, states that he heliied row Laravette across the river here :... J titty- m u i. f 1. .i ...i : v.utA ciiv m. iciibiiiuaji iiu;; .illtl ivicocu me "tin i v:iiiiitvict iiiui ji his field service in the V ar ot Revo- lution. It would be eminently fitting that the trophv shotiW l3e sent to York-1 town t0 its part in the comiuff, ceiebration lhere. Whe the news ot Lafavette's death was received Watervliet ceived the old sunrise to sunset Shiloh s Consumption Cure. This is bevond question the most ue iresslul cough niedieim: we have ever sold. A few doses invariably cure the worst cases of rough, croup and bronchitis, while its wondertnl success in the cure ol cousnuip- 1 tion is : without a parallel in the history of medicine. Since it? first discovery it has . been sold on a gua: been sold on a guarantee, a test which no 1 other medicine can stand If vou have a coiirIi we earnestly ask you "to try it. j Price, 10c" 50, and Si. If vour lungs are Tni',. Atu ... . ' "n"'""" " nomugMHi i uigui. j nree-iourtns oi iius amouni Latavetts death was re- :., h. 3 ,u. i . ot VoA.Jnt irnJ ; lAQi uujoiigu, hi am ui ingc auui uB.reacnca rans ana nas aireauv oeeu Tttt l" export to America in sore, .chest or back lame, use Shiloh's J fifty-five intimidations ; aud twentv Porus Plaster. Sold by your druggist. J five tMeg 0f injury to property. Newlfarriw Wcenaee. Crittenden in St. Louia. County recorder Richie vesterdav grant- c. f M- A . , ed marriage licenses to Oscar lxck and UI? Augltst 6. Governor Mary E. Scott; George Washington Smith Crittenden arnved here to consult and Annie Cooley. with the railroad men regarding some I DV fP"PT XT' "D A Ll U JJ X I Pi I iPilTfln r Ml MERCURIAL MUSINGS. The Day's News by Wire, Re i gardless of the Heat. Wicked New Yorkers Enjoy- . TPi-of oof a rf Wtiaf m 0rta8 01 113,1 v,u. J j 'The Story of Lamproix Pro- B(1111J M Voyin tut , Porfimlarc Dr. BllSS Still Talking About the President and His Process General Chalmers, of Missis ! sippi, by Endorsing the Greenbackers, Raises a Storm of Indig nation. The Events of a Day Flashed! by Wire for Breakfast Table Reading by the Patrons of the Bazoo. OFFICIAL BULLETIN. Executive Mansion, :o0 a. . r-xecuiue .uansn.u, ... , .- i lie prcsiaeut nas passed an exccueni wSUt-..Iwping sweetly the greater Imrt the time VIthout , the ""J.?1 morphine or any other ; anodyne 1 his morninir lie is -neerlul ami all mni cations promise another favorable lay. I'lilse. 02; temperature, 98 10: resninttion. lo. 1 L!?,?ne"J J ; j Bliss, Barnes, Voodwai:d, Revbukn, Hamilton. At the End of the Rope. Spttiul tSfin!uy Murniii' Bano. Nevada. Auk. . A man uamei Pat- rick Clay committed Miicidr !y himself to-di:v at Sheldon, a new hanging town in . . . j. . . ...... .,, .. flu. I iirnnrhm .v mirii. iuii.iniim. .v ..... No cuijm; assigned for the ' rh act. Yes, it ia Warm. Xew vYork, Aug. 6. The ho! - weathi'r continues. The thermom , ; . , Orville Grant Gone. Morristown. N. J.. Auir. . Or- Granl brother of (ieneral Grant. (Ued a, Mwrfe pjain8 ve9terday. Lord Mayor's Banquet. London, Ausrust t. The lord It is False. lucson. Arizona, aiijt. t. tne u. , storv of Ambrose Umproix, the en gilleer, capturetl hy the Apaches, re- icentiy telegraphed, is false in detail as to the number or movements of .1. - .. -i 4 r?. me savages or me pie.-ence oi ic- tono. Lowell's Dispatch, mdon, Aue. 0. In the house of commons last night Sir William Har- curt said the disnatch of United i . f ?. T .11 r?...l ' oiaies flimsier iowen, 10 jan wran- .mi vine, was coi.cnci in a more irienciiy tone than he hail anticipated, ihe 'MHnient was received with much cheerin". e . A Small Falsehood Koche-ster, N. Y., August f. In I the heavv storm at noou hail stones. .i 1 1 i n i ' the average size ot marbles, tell dam- ' .1 izrl . 1 I SlIlv Wile Lilt:! t:t I liUIU l' ll vas six feet square Sitnio iiaa picked up measuring from three to four inches in circumference. v.u nwi. Suicided Through Remorse. Portland. Oresron. An mist 6. Geo. - j r o iUigerou s wound, tie Med to t September. the woods and committed suicide. Henry Yilliard has given the Ore gon State University $7,000 to re- - ! I ?X 1 1 A 1 t ucve us inueuieuness. The Irish Outrages. London. August 6. The number of agrarian outrages committed in Iwlu.l T.il. OKQ :l...l $ t ing four . i fringes at liersons: eleven asult ; twenty arsons; seventeen cattle maimings: one hundred and I v;.k. train mMw Kut hlonli'nfl to give any further information to the public. He says, however, that measures are in progress which he hopes will result in the arrest of the robbers. FarewellJohnny. New York, August 6. John O. Qwinlan, financial editor of the Times and for sometime connected with the uAui-iaivu pre.- mwi him, eve-inn- after an illness of tive weeks. He was ; uarmlv cherished as a friend by his associates on the press and among mo., in tl.. ,.n11iiU whm h hJS fiHinntei-ei in the pursuit of his? pro- ression I Embarking Troops. London, Aug. 0. The French i . 1 .1.1 ! government nas requested tne steam boat company to place at the disposal of the military companies several steamers for the conveyance of the troops to Africa. It is calculated ithey will cost 9,000 francs. The j Turks are scattered along the north African coasts. It is proposed to dis patch oO.tKK) trench troops to Africa before )ctober. Bill of Fare by Wire. Kxccutive Mansion, 1 p. m.- The The this president continues to do well. I patient said to tne surgeons morniu" that he felt letter than at any- time since the injury. His i breakfast consisted of I)eefsteak and )otatoes, toast, tea, and a few straw berries. The latter were much relished. The patient has had, thus far, a comfortable day, and at this hour his pulse is 100; temperature and respiration normal. The Prince of Wales Scared. London, August 6. The principal members ot the International Medical j Congress now in session in London, were present at Folkeston to-day at the unveiling, by .rrolessor Owen, of the statue of Harvey the discoverer of the circulation of the blood. , It rumored that the Prince of Wales has been advised not to give a dinner on board his yacht at Osborne, which has been the usual custom dur ing his stay at the Isle of Wight, be cause of -apposed Fenian designs. Suratntra. Ruras. i f, . . - mu is . Saratoga, August o;--The rst race of one aud one-eighth miles, uirone. ist; reitowpiay, zna ; vat- leria, 3d. Time, l:54i j w. l.i - i fourth miles. Checkmate, first ; The second race ot one and three- Bushwhacker. 2nd; One Dime, 3d. Time. 3:01. fl I L' J.1 f -il 1' j.jiiru race oi inree-ioimns oi a j railej Onondago, 1st ; Night Cap, 2nd ; Glenarara, 3d. j Fourth race, one mile. Knhzht Templar, 1st; Brooklyn, 2nd; Time, 1:42. Unlv two run. Wicked Chalmers. Washington, D. C, August 6. It f is conhrmed here that lieneral Chal mers has announced himself as a Greenback candidate for the United States Senate, in Mississippi, in op nosition to Lamar. This osiirps mmp r j indignation among democrats here. " some of whom sav it is a move of Chalmers to get the votes of the Green- .1 liackers in the House of Representa tives, to keep him m his seat which is contested by Lynch. The president continues to improve. Dr. Bliss said at i. (TOft-. .-ji .... Bf ,at uoou tnat ne is getting well as tast C0l,j( be exnectetl. : Gold for America. i . Loudon, Aug. 6. The Paris cor- respondent of the Economist says the I -n t i ' accounts oi me rrencn narvest are ! less fuvomble. and it now annons: thp 1.1 ...:n i i iwu wui ue ies uimii lasi vear, ana i .u scarcRiv equal to tne average one. Wh,,e the croP "M hae to be over . . - an nvmai0 tr moal nnnonmnfinn V r. ;siijjj win pruuuuiy ijc uiiimueu irom ' i .... 1 1 ui i. I A , . . . .... 4 ' Lussm. and in view of the coming ex- j ports of wheat, the bank of St. Peters burg has been reducim? its stock of i f gold, and is reported to have sold j Ifnrtv mitlmn fVnvc ?ani K in a 4Vmf. v m auv; nvi mi aim 4a Jwii The Great Snake of Maine. Portland Argus One year ago an item went the rounds of the papers in this state to the effect that Mr. Osgood Knight, the postmaster at East Deering, saw a snake ot extraordinary length and tliTfL-nAaa 1 .lb:n l u J ... . i Af A .6. 6r a piece oi woods in that vicinity. It now appears that this reptile, or its twin brother, has again put in an ap pearance, this time at Gravois Hill. A day or two since a boy named Weymouth, while following a path along the foot of the hill, was almost paralyzed with fright to see, a few rods in front, a snake fully ten feet long and at least six inches through in details of the plan for capturing the " the middle. The monster opened it wi.mtii -Mn q.wiwk to take in arab- j bit, and the boy, turning his back on I the fearful sight, tied for home like the j wind. 1 he same day a Sawyer boy, , living in Falmouth, driving along the j road in that locality, saw this huge I snake cross the road and make otf into the woods. He states that the rep- tile made as much noise going through j bushes as a dog would. The snake has also been seen by several men, . om none oi tnem eareci to maKe a verv close investigation. What the Pope Says. Rome, August -6 The text of the Pope's allocution is published. The Pope comments with great warmth upon the responsibility of the gov ernment for the recent disturbances in Rome. MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. Xkw Youk Moxky Makkkt. Xkw Yokk, August t. Money -2A(Tr Prime Mercantile Bar .Silver $1 ll.. percent. Kxehange Steady, llovernnient (Quotations Finn. StatesDull. Railroads- Kather lhrln demands STUCK JfAKKKT. Storks --After II o'clock speculations was weak in tone, ami prices showed de cline of A to 2 per cent., in which entire list participated. New York, Aug. 4, II a. in. -Stocks opened shade weaker, and prices immedi ately liesran to sell on", entire lUt partici pating in downward movement. Incline ranged from to 1 ter cent., trunk line shares, granger stocks and coal properties I lcai,in8 Ni-:w Yokk Markkt. Nkw Yoi:k, August 6. Flour Cnchanjicd. Wheat Shade stronger: Xo. 2 red .Tulv, 1 8T Corn Without quotative change. Oats- -Shade stronger; Western 454H. Beet Firm. Pork New mes $1$ 00. Lard -Higher and firm ; steam $11 50. St. Loris Markkt. St. Louis, August 6. Flour Unchanged. Wheat Higher; No. 2red,$l ll 19 Xo.:tdo$l 12; No. 4, $1 0G1 07. Corn Lower. 5(a;5SA. Oats Cash, higher ; S8e. Whisky Steady. Pork Firm; 17, drv salt meats 6i; $S 8o ; $9 10. Bacon Strong; $7 25, 7")(310. Lard Normal : $11 12. Hogs Active and better : Yorkers, i 45 ; Mixed packing, $6G 40 ; choicJlo fan. heavv & 50t Receipt., 2.000, shipments, 3,100. Chicago Markets. Chicago, August 6. , heat Strong and higher: S Corn Steady and firmer; 52 and higher: $1 24. Oats Weak and lower; 31s, Sept. Kve Unchanged. Barlev Same. Whislcv Unchanged. Pork Steady ; $18 15. Iard Firm and steady : $1 1 40. Hogs Receipt 6 000 ; active and im ; j "S! ittflfL-m AUS.i; 4.".- Unvv Sii ftS. I CT "' 7 " - Cattle Receipts 1 400, steady exports. i $tKt 35 : common to good shippiag, i$4 a05 70; butchers, $2 204 90. ka:9as cixx" WimltKT. Kansas City, Mo, August 6. Hogs ReceiptH, 2 000; sale, 2506; Mar ket active, and five cents higher thaa ym terday, ranging from $5 90 to $8 f0. The hulk of sales, ranging from $6 30 to $6 40. Cattle Receipts, 1702; good to choice, heavy; natives, scarce; common to Me dium, dull ; light common canners, slow. mm FOR RHEUMATISM, ihurmfgim, Scfotica, Lumhmt, ' Btckmck; Srms 1 tk Oust, G9t,QM9j,$9i 7krMt,Swf ings Mf Spntms, Bum aW Scmllt, Gnr Brtily Tik, Emr W fhrncacs; rtcnW Ft m W Emrt, mni mlt Mmr hunt mni Mct. Ifa PrnaratioB oa earth t Jacom Oil m m mmfe, ttrr, simple mwieh. XxtnMl Urmvij. A trial Mtoito but tke cRSpwatively trifiu eatky of t Craft, and ercry oa mdhttm witk ftim caa kare carap tad paav proof of ita iaBaTta OLD IT ALL D1UMIKI AID 9CAIHS maDKnix. A.TOGELER Jt OOh