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FEDERAL GRAND JURY FINDS FT #SV£N TRUE BILLS IN THE 1 POSTAL CASKS. f» fXKS AS YET UK HW.IC ALTHOUGH SEVEN INDICTMENTS I ARE FOUND, 8IX PERSONS ARE MENTIONED. i Sept federal grand jury has returned seven indict Ihents In the postal clases. Tho names af those Indicted have not been di vulged. Although there are seven indict lnentfl, there are but BIX defendants, Indicating that one of them la indict ed twice. Tho officials of the district attorney's office refuse to disclose the pamos of the parties Indlctod until Warrants for their arrest have been •erved. Some of those Indicted re side outside of Washington •SAVERS GIVE8 BAIL. pw Appear Before Commissioner ,, Hitchcock on Sept. 15. Now York, Sept. 9.—George W. Beavers, tho former head of the salary Jptid allowances division of the pont jrtflce department at WashtnKton, un der iridic:!ment in connection with the postal investigation, surrendered hlm ®elf in the office of United States Commissioner Hitchcock during the day and gave $.1,000 bail for his ap .praranco before Commissioner Hitch 4|tck Sept. lf». The indictment against the former Itead of tho salaries and allowance di vision was returned two months ngo ||i Hrooklyn and charges him with htiv flig received a check for $810 from the Brandt Dent Manufacturing company Of Middlotown, WIB., which it 1B al leged, was paid to him by the firm as part commission on a number of au tomatic cashiers furnished the postal t'as ppartmont by that firm. Mr. Beavers indicted in company with Oon- Jeorge -Gasman Prlggs of Hrooklyn and F. Miller, tho local manafor of gho RrandtrDont company. 4ft ^LEOPOLD J. STERN LOCATED. Indicted for Complicity In Alleged Fraudulent Contracts. Washington, Sept. t.—A dispatch to tho postofflce department an nounces that I^eopokl J. Stern, who yas indicted several weeks ago for Qnmplicity In alleged fraudulent con tractu for furnishing letter carriers' gatchels to the government, has been located at Toronto. Can. Stern has not yet been arrested, but flffllclals expect news of the arrest Within twenty-four hours. Tho ex traditabllity of the offense Is not yet pertain. Stern was indlctod for con spiracy to defraud the government. He f^ns charged with receiving full price for Batcheis for letter carriers and let |f»r collectors, including shoulder •traps, despite the supply to him of tjhese straps at government expense, fli consideration of tho supply of these Sraps to him, for which he was paid full, he is charged with paying ||irgo sums to W. C. Long of this city and A. W. Miichen, the deposed head Of tho free delivery service, MONUMENT UNVEILED. if* (governor* of Four 8tates Participate In Exercises. Lako George, N. Y.. Sept. 9.—In the presence of thousands of excursion lilts from all nearby towns, the gov ernors of New York. Vermont, Massa chusetts and Connecticut, stationed at tBe four corners of the battle monu ment., pulled the fastening which un veiled the bronze memorial of the bat tle of Lake (Jeorge. The day's ceremonies began at 10 airlock with a review of tho troops by tfce quartet of governors. Following t}ic review Governor Odell hold an Im promptu reception. Chatincey M. Depew was the orator 0f the day. Aletter of regret from President Boosevelt. was read. PROMINENT FARMER SUICIDES. Outs His Throat From Ear to Ear With a Jack Knife. La Crosse, Wis., Sept. 9.—Charles 8)« »gen, one of the most prominent farmers in this part of the state, yielding near Holmen. I A Crosse county, at night went to a neighbor's house and after reciting his domestic troubles, pulled out a Jack knifo and o»it his throat from ear to ear, dying Instantly. FOR INSULTING THE KAI8ER. fftree Men and Two Woman Arrested at Halle, Prussia. Halle, Prussia, Sept. 9.—Three inen Mid two women have been arested hero, charged with Insulting Emperor William. The nature of their offense hat not been disclosed. 8teamer Louis Safe. Detroit, Sept. 9.—The Journal's fjeamington, Ont., correspondent in formed that paper that the steamer Louis, reported from Sandusky as Btlsslng, has left I/camlngton for Saft dhisky. The little steamer arrived Wifely at Leamington from Sandusky Monday and did not leave until mld Ig'ght. after the passengers ha4 Qie day tn picnicking ashore. Wife Murderer Electrocuted. Ossinlug, N. Y., Bept. 9.—Patrick F. Gbnklin, a wife murderer, was put to death in the electric chair in Sing Slog prison early In the day. Three •hocks were given before the man was pronounced dead. Conklln shot and mortally wounded his wife on June 10, 11*02, at their home In New York city. Vhe couple had frequent quarrels aid tad separated aeveral time*. WOMAN FATALLY SHOT. fcprcng in Front of Her Husband to Protect Him. Chicago.. ftept. 9.—Rushing In front »f her hu .band to protect him from in attack by an armed man at night, a young wife received a bullet in her right side and physicians say she will dlo. Mrs. Ida Reckstein. thirty-three years old. Is the victim, and after shooting her. Rudolph Hoppe, a sa loonkeeper, was set upon by a crowd of union cornice workers, who knocked him down and were beating him over the head when the police appeared. Not until the police had drawn their revolvers nnd charged on the crowd did the union men release Hoppe. He was then unconscious, but lator re covered. The shooting followed a quarrel be tween Hoppe and Reckstein at the rooms of the latter. Reckstein is said to have struck lloppe and the saloon keeper then drew his revolver. He fired twice at his antagonist, without effect, and as he fired the third time. Mrs. Reckstein jumped In front of her husband. Frightened by what he had done, Hoppe ran down stairs and went to his saloon. He opened tho cash register and after taking the money, hurried into the street, where he was met by the cornice workers, who had been celebrating Labor day. They had heard of the shooting and called for vengeance. RESULT OP A CONFERENCE. Guard3 Removed From Libelled Ves sels at Elizabethport, N. J. Elizabeth port, N. J.. Sept. 9.—By order of Receiver Smith of tho Cres cent shipyards, tho six deputy sher iffs whet have been on guard for sev eral weeks were removed during the day by the sheriff from the two Mexi can gunboats in the yards, Charles S. Hryan's yacht Czarina, tho New Erie ferryboat and Charles M. Schwab's pleasure boat, Happy Hay, which was built to take poor children to and from his property on Staten Island. The removal of the deputies Is said to be the result of a conference be tween Mr, Smith and the solicitor for F. A. nnd A. L. Heidrltter. lumber merchants of Elisabeth port, who li belled the vessels for $i),000 for lum ber alleged to have been furnished to the shipyards company. The libel on the United States crui ser Chattanooga and the gunboats O'Hrien and Nicholson, placed on tho vessels two months ago by Pabcock and Wilcox of Bayonno, for furniture supplied to tho Chattanooga, is stil In force. The removal of the deputieB from the other vossela is thought to afford a good prospect, for the resump tion of work at the shipyards. KILLED IN DRIVING ACCIDENT. Mrs. Francis McGraw's Neck Broken by Carlage Upsetting. Hagerstown, Md., Sept 9.—Mrs. Frances McGrnw, wife of Aaron K. McC.rnw, has been killed In a driving acident near Sharpshurg. She was a niece of Levi Z. Ixdter, the Chicago millionaire, and therefore* a cousin of Lady Curzon, wife of the viceroy of India. Mr. McOraw, his wife and one of their children drove out to view a New Jersey Antletam battlefield monument, about (wo miles from Sharpsburg. They started back to town and had gone but a short distance when the horse shied and the wagon was upset. All three of the occupants were thrown out. Mrs. McGraw landed on h'r head and her neck was broken. The wheels of the wagon passed over the child, badly bruising it. Mr. Mc Oraw was rendered unconscious, but soon recovered. Ho was slightly in jured about tho head. QUARREL OVER PROPERTY. Franols Karnls Accuses His Brother of Attempting Murder. Trenton, N. J., Sept. 9.—Stephen FCarnis Is in JaJl here, accused by his, brother of having attempted to cause his death. Tho brothers had quar relled over property. While out walk ing, Francis says Stephen dealt him a blow over the* head, from the rear, with a heavy club and threw him into the Delaware river. The cold plunge revived the unconscious man and he hurried home, where the story was quickly spread. Stephen returned, and when questioned said Francis had secured work in another town. Then a dozen men pitched at Stephen and wore threatening to end his life when he was rescued by the police. Francis Is in the hospital in a serious condi tion. CONFESSES TO MURDER. Twelve-Year-Old Negro Says He Killed Miss Link. Baltimore, Md., Sept. 9.—Charles Jones, a negro, twelve years old. con fessed to (ho police that he murdered Miss Caroline Link, Aug. 28. in this city, giving details of the crime. Miss ink was found lying in the candy and confectionery store of her em ployer. At first It was supposed she had fallen and fractured her skull. She died without ret timing to con sciousness. Subsequently a bloody club was found in the apartment and since then the police have been look ing for the perpetrator of the crime. The boy, after first denying his guilt said he entered the store to rob the till and, finding Miss Link there, he struck her on the head twice and ran away. PROMOTES MINNESOTA MAN. President Roosevelt Appoints John W. Riddle Consul General at Cairo. Washington. Sctf. 9 —The president has promoted John W. Riddle of Min nesota. now first secretary of embassy at St Petersburg, to be consul general and diplomatic agent at Cairo, in place of John G. Long, deceased. Chicago Woman 8uicldes. Cliicngo, Sept. 9.—Mrs. Helen Wortiiington Purlnton, wife of Colo nel Holman G. Purlnton, prominent in Masonic and national guard circles, committed suicide at night at her homo by shooting herself in the mouth Despondency over continued Ill-health, cjupled with the dread of dangerous suigical operation, Is thought to have bee* the cause of her act Auxiliary Bishop of Havana, flavara, Sep?. 0.—Mgr. Chapoile, the apostolic delegate to Cuba find Porto Rico, has announced the ap pointment of Mgr. Henaventura Hrod erlck as auxiliary bishop of Havana. Mgr. Broderick came here from Hart ford, Conn. Senator A. F. Ferris Is Dead. Brainerd, Minn., Sept. 9.—A. F. Fer ris, state senator from the Forty eighth district, died at St. Joseph's hospital from appendicitis. Death fol lowed an operation performed by Dr, C. J. Rlngnell. VICTIMS NUMB EM ©IA. Two More Persons Die Snow fell In Leadvillo, Colo., for two hours Sunday night. General Lucius H. Foote Is lying dangerously ill at his residence In San Francisco. It Is said Lord Lansdowne will short ly retire from his position as British foreign secretary. Mrs. W. J. Bryan says that there is no truth in the rumor that Captain R. P. Hobson and Miss Ruth Bryan were engaged to be married. II. A. Munger, general agent for Iowa of the Northwestern Mutual In surance company, and well known throughout the West. Is dead at Cedar Rapids, la. Perry S. Heath, formerly postmaster general, made a free land entry on government land Aug. 23, and a recent coal discovery has made the property worth $r00,000. At St. Louis the wholesale paint nnd oil house of CT. L. and ft. H. White law was partially destroyed by fire Monday. Loss, $50,000. Fifteen per sons who were in the building es caped. FORTY PERSONS INJURED. Pier at Bayonne, N. J., Collapses With Crowd of Negroes. New York, Sept. 8.—Three hundred negro men, women and children, dressed in their Sunday best and sing ing gospel hymns, were precipitated Into three feet of water and mud at low tide In Newark bay at Bayonne, N. J. The pier on which they were standing collapsed just as the Rev. John T. Thornton was about to bap tise a member of his flock. Forty persons were injured, the ma jority by the hysterical efforts of their companions to oscape from what for the moment they thought was death by drowning. But when the ambu lance surgeon looked over the bruised ones he found only four who INVEST r/ as a Assassins 'f the BE LIGHTLY Belgrade BervH, Peter and his to mil) here after p.n abnen: !.t 'i. h. Tho pare?'*' ret one'Ha!'on betwoc Result of a Collision. Lowell, Mass.. Sept X.—Two add! tlonal victims of the trolley car col lision at Pelham. N. H., Sunday, died during the day. The list of de-id now number six, with tho possibility of two being added to it. Those who Just died were Mrs. Sylvia Gilbert of Nashua. N. II. Mrs. Mary Diilon of West Bradford, N. II. BRIEF BIT8 OF NEWS. needed attention. The rest, bedraggled by mud and water, waded ashore and the baptism was postponed. The four Injured are Geogre Ilen drlckson, his wife and young son of Bayonne, and Mrs. C. M. Thole of Jersey City. They were all bruised from falling against broken timbers and being kicked and pushed by other persons. Mrs. Thole's ankle is brok en ami her shoulder Is badly sprained. Several of those who took the un expected cold plunge were whltAs at tracted to the pier by curiosity. FOUND IN A FREIGHT CAR. Decomposed Body of a Man Who Was Killed In low?. naton. N. Sept. 8—The de composed body of a man who must have been murdered at lort Madison, Iowa, Sept. 2. has been found in a freight car here. The car was In a through freight train. The find was made by a car Inspector, whose at tention was attracted by blood on the car wheels, and a terrible stench coming from within. Investigation revealed that the man had been shot three times In the right side. His watch had been cut from the chain and nothing of valuo was found on his person. A letter found In his coat, evidently from his wlfo, was ad dressed to J. O. Palmer. The letter was from Harvey, 111 A Wells Fnrgo receipt for a grip, dated Chi cago. Sept. 1, from J. O Palmer and consigned to himself at Fort Madison, [a., was also found. Tho car in which the body was found was received by ho Santa Fe company from the Bur lington at Fort Madison, Sept. 2. AMERICAN MINING CONGRESS. Secretary Shaw and Governor Her. ried at Deadwood, 8. D. Dead wood. S I Sept 8.- Delegates to the American Mining Congress be gan to arrive In large numbers Sun day night and at noon Monday In terest In the proceedings of the con gress was given an impetus by the arrival of Secretary of the Treasury Shaw and Governor Horried and ^taff of South Dakota. Theodore Roose velt, Jr., accompanied by Captain Soth Bullock, superintendent of the Black Hills forest reserve, whose guest he has been for several weks, was an in forested spectator about tho streets ot Deadwood. taking in the splendid ex hibit of Black Ilills ores at the min eral palace and meeting many mining men here to attend the congress. INSURGENTS PUT TO FLIGHT. Philippine Scouts and Constabulary Disperse Rebels. Manila. Sept. 8- A body of scouts and constabulary combined have suc ceeded in scattering the insurrectos who were reported a few days ago causing trouble in Cavlte province in tho district fronting on iAguna do Hay. They have been driven out of the mountain range to which they had fled for shelter when routed by the constabulary in an engagement which took place last week. After dispers ing them the force returned and cap tured their camp, together with a large ammmt of supplies tod ammu nition. Will i' j'crs 'u •?.t. 8.—King .-e '6turivd who days post tint a the opposing army factions is probable thicugh the friendly influence o? Inre Arsene Karfgeorguvltch. King Peter's brother. It is officially announced that an In vesti^atim is piocciidh'g, but any pun ishment i*sdieted on tho :egicldes and fh ir co-cTRlors tn their conspiracy will be sllpht. QUARREL OVER A WOMAN. Iowa Grocer Stabs David Houser Of Council Bluffs. Omaha, Sept. 8.—In a quarrel over a woman, Charles Ellsworth, a Coun cil Bluffs (la.) grocer, stabbed Da vid Houser, also of that city, who died soon after. Ellsworth and a woman named May Burns were later arrested. FOR ASSASSINATING COCKRILL. Curtis Jett to Stand Trial at Cyn» thiana, Ky. Lexington, Ky., Sept. 8.—Curtis Jett, conv'•'ted of assassinating J. B. Marcum nt Jackson, Ky., has been taken to Cynthlana to stand trial for the assassination of Town Marshal Cockrill. Congressman's Daughter Elopes. Knoxville, Tonn., Sept. 8.—A spe cial to the Sentinel from Bristol says Miss Cloyetta Rrownlew. a daup'itor of Congressman W P. B: ownlon of Jonesboro, Tenn., eloped with Mark 10 Prifehett, a liveryman of Jones boro, and they were mnrrfM nt Bristol. Lunatic After Governor Tennyson. Melbourne. Australia, Sept. 8.—A constable on duty nt the state house has arrested a lunatic, who said he wished to Interview I*»rd Tennvson, the governor. The constable closed on the Intruder and deprived hirn of a loaded revolver. MARKET QUOTATIONS. Minneapolis Wheat. Minneapolis. Sept. 8.—Wheat—Dee., 806*80i/sc May, 82H^2%c. On truck—No. 1 hard. SftV^c No. 1 North ern, 84VfJc No. 2 Northern, R2%@ 821sc No. 3 Northern, 80V£@81%e. St. Paul Union Stock Yards. St. Paul, Sept. 8.—Cattle—Good to choice steers. good to choice cows and heifers. $3.00^4.00 calves, $2.00(2*2.50. Hogs—$5.0(?Jr.55. Sheep—Good to choice, $email@example.com lambs, $firstname.lastname@example.org. Duluth Wheat and Flax. Duluth, Sept. 8.—Wheat—Old No. 1 hard and No. 1 Northern, 85'/yc new No. 1 hard to arrive, 83%c No. 1 Northern, 82 %c No. 2 Northern, 80VaC. On track—New No. 1 North ern, 83%c No. 2 Northern, 81VRC Sept., 82%c Dec., 7!)7/Mc May, 83c. I'lax—In store, on track, to arrive, Sept. and Oct., 99%c Nov. and Dec., $1.00 May, $1.03%. Chicago Union Ctock Yards. Chicago, Sept. 8.—-Cuttie--Good to prime steers. $r.40(^6.0f poor to me dium, |4.00St5.25 stockers and feed ers, $2.5ort(i.2t) cows, $l.Ft)0) l-'!l heifers, $2ji0(?r5.00 calves, $3.r»0J? «.7!V Hogs—Mixed and butchers. $5.:ir» C\(M0 good to choice heavy, $5.OH® 5.90 rough heavy, $5 20(ft5.60 light, $5.r.0(f?r..20. Sheep—Good to choice, $3.2rtt,1.75 Western. $email@example.com na tive lambs, $3.7505.85 Western, $3.75 #5.25. Chicago drain and Provisions. Chicago, Sept. 8.—Wheat—Sept., fW(T, 80£e old. 80@80y*e Dec., 81% (?TSnHc old, 81 %c May. 8i@84%c. Corn—Se «t., 5tc Dec., 51c May, 51c. Oats—Sept., 35'4c Dec., 37@37^c M.iv, 3874C. Pork—Sept., $12.70 Oct., $12'S7«£ July. $13.10 May. $18.13. Lard—Sept., $8.95 Oct., $7.95 Nov., $7.50 Jan., $7.12% Dec., $7.20. Flax -Cash Northwestern, $1.00 South west, 94 Sept., 94V'i!c Oct., 96c May, $1 .03. Butter—Creameries, 14!$ l!»e dairies. ll'@18c. Eggs—I6V2®1 17V2C. Poultry- Turkeys, lie chick ens, 10%c springs, 13c. Many a child has been fooled by the story of the pot of gold which to le found just at the foot of the rain bow, and has started out to gather riches full of happy dreams. 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I am able now to do very good work." Any substitute offered as w just as good" as "Golden Medical Discovery" is a shadow of that medicine. There are cures behind every claim made for the "Discovery," which no "just as good" medicine can show. The People's Common Sense Medical Adviser, a book containing 1008 pages, is given away. Send 21 one-cent stamps, for exjense of mailing only, for the look in pajer covers, or 31 stamps for the vol ume bound in cloth. Address 1*. iU V* Pierce, Buffalo, N. V. LAND! then come and see me, BASEBALL SCORES. American Association. At Milwaukee, 3 Kansas City, 2. Second gamo—Milwaukee. 1 Kansas City. 12. At Columbus, 5 Indianapolis, 1. At Toledo, 3 Louisville, 7. American League. At St Louis, 1 Detroit, 0. Second Same—St Louis, 5 Detroit, 1. At Chicago, 1 Cleveland, 0. National League. At Cincinnati, 3 St. Louis, 8. At Chicago, 1 I'ittsburg, 5. At Providence—Boston. 3 PI lla delphla. 2 WE INVITE YOUR NOTICE i To our new stock of I GROCERIES, I Candies and Confectionery. No better or cheaper in the city. We have a spccial line of Pa ace canned goods and Vale coffet that is fip#el ing with great favor. 1 Win. §QhiiaeK. Telephone, No. 63. ORDER YOUR COAL FROM S. Y. HYDE Elevator Co. They handle the best grades, delivered to any part of the city. JOHN THEOPHILUS, Agent* Is the i Basis and the demand for Lake Count} Uifr* is increase. -. if *you are in search a fc Good Home in-—«*» a Good Climate where -ou can raise Wheat, Oats, Barley, Corn, Flax, Potatoes, in fact every thing adapted to this latitude, and where yon can successiuEv e&rrv on Dairying & Stock Raising, and where your family will have the advantages of ^s Good Society, |]Good Schools, and are renting land ROW. 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