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THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL 1
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NORFOLK NKI3RASKA FRIDAY I'MMHUAUY ' 24 11)05. )
RUSSIAN EMPEROR HAS ELECTED
TO PRESS FIGHTING.
HE IS FIRM IN HIS POSITION
" x EASTERN CONFLICT WILL GO ON
n \i i WITH' UTMOST ENERGY.
TROUBLE AT HOME SUBDUED
" The German Court Has Been Advised
That Czar Nicholas Will Not Permit
the Operations Against Japan to
Stop at This Time.
\ , * Berlin , Feb. 23. The emperor of
Russia has elected to cont' ' ue the war.
His position Is absol p/ -m.
The German court has b * . % "eel
In that sense. V , ,
The war will be pressed with x. \
utmost energy , the domestic situation
I being now within control of the au-
BLESS SERGIUS' .
Solemn Ceremony This Morning Amid
Tolling Bells. -
Moscow , Feb. 23. f ho faolemu cur-
eiuouy of blessing the remains ot
Grand Duke Serglusas performed
this momiug lu the midst of tolling
of bells in all of the churches and
the monasteries of the ancient capital.
STRIKERS AGAIN ACTIVE.
Soldiers Fire on Rioters in the Czcrin-
Warsaw , Feb. 23. Workmen have
struck in all the factories of. the C-ser-
inakovska district , the chief manufac
turing suburb of Warsaw.
There has been serious disturbanc
es and stiong foices of police and
troops have been summoned to quell
The soldiers lited into the mob but
no casualties were reported. The po
lice arrested many persons , but
threats of mob violence compelled
them to release their prisoners.
The employes of the Lodz Koluska
railroad have struck and Lodz is en
tirely cut off fiom railioad communi
SENATE'ACCEPTS THE MEASURE
HITCHCOCK MUST SHOW PAPERS
House Has Called on the Secretary
of the Interior for Information Re
garding the Funds Expendd for In
dian Schools and Foster Lease.
Washington , Feb. 23. The senate
today passed the Panama canal bil
without material amendments.
The house today adopted resolu
tlons calling on the secietary of the
Interior for information as to wheth
er any Indian appropiiation funds line
been expended for the support of atfy
sectarian Indian schools and also re
quests copies of the original Foster
oil lease in the Osage reservation am
of the appioval of the same.
NIEDRINGHAUS READY TO QUIT
Republican Leaders In Missouri Say
They Will be Released.
Kansas City. , Feb. 23. A special to
the Star says : "Niediinghnus is get
ting f ea'dy to release us , " was the In
formation passed among republican
Jefferson City , Feb. 23. The thlr
tieth ballot for United States bcnato
resulted : Nledrlughaus , C5 ; Cockrell
71 ; Kerens , 12 ; McKlnley , C ; Petti
John , 1 ; Albus 1. The only change in
the thirty-first ballot was Wnlmsley'
change from Albus to Blttlnger.
COLLECTOR OF REVENUE.
A. C. Smith of Storm Lake for North
ern Iowa District.
Washington , Feb. 23. Presiden
Roosevelt lias decided to appoint A
C. Smith of Storm Lake , Iowa , col
lector of Internal revenue of the nortl
orn district of Iowa to succeed J. W
Sainmis , resigned.
Charges had been preferred ngalns
Mr. Sdmmls , who is a LeMafs man
The president considered them ser
ous enough to ask bis resignation.
* Glass Eater Ends His Life.
Bt. Joseph , Mo. , Feb. 23. George
Bnlloy , known over the country 'as a
Class cater , committed suicide hero by
drinking carbolic acid. Ho wan twen
ty-eight years old and was born and
reared In St. l.ouls , Disappointment
In n love affair la said to have been
responsible for his suicide.
Train Strikes Light Engine.
Altoonn , Pa. , Feb , 23. The Pitts-
burs special , a fast westbound train
over the Pennsylvania railroad , was
wrecked between here and Tyrone by
running Into a light engine. Fireman
J C Grove was scalded and one pas
senger was cut about the head by fly
SEMI-OFFICIAL STATEMENT SAYS
RUSSIA WINS NORTH SEA CASE.
LONDON PAPERS ARE INDIGNANT
Call Dogger Bank Decision Death
Blow to Arbitration Gives No Opln
Ion as to Presence or Absence of
/ 'apanese ' Torpedo Boats.
Of .Us , Fob. 23. A semi-olllclnl state-
nibtit appeared telatho to th work
of the Intel national commission which
has been considering the North sea
incident. It is as tollows :
"Tho Hull commission met In the
ministry ot foreign aflaiis In order to
proceed to a tlnal examination of tlio
eport recapitulating Its conclusions.
The report Is rather long compiling ;
about ten huge pages. The principal
author Is Admiral von Spatin ( Aus-
rlun ) , but all the members of the
oinmission collaborated in drawing
t up. The commission gives no opln-
on on the question of the present or
absence of Japanese torpedo boats in
ho North sea , declaring merely that
he Russian admiral quite legitimately
lelleved that his squadron was endan
gered and that ho had the right under
he circumstances to act as ho did
The commissioners refer to the Rus
sian government's engagements to In
demnify the victims or tbu deplorable
London , Feb. 23. A strong chord
of indignation Is sounded by the Lon
don daily newspapers over the semi
official statement relative to the de
cision of the North sea commission
giving to Russia the victory , but it Is
till hoped that the publication of the
lull text of the commission's report
may modify the impression produced
by the preliminary version , which Is
one of intense disappointment.
The Dally Mail goes so far as to
declare that the decision has dealt a
death blow to arbitration. Some of
the newspapers blame the government
strongly for ever consenting to sub
ject such a matter to arbitration ,
while some of the government organs
find cold comfort In the fact that the
country by doing so avoided war with
Russia. No question is raised that
the decision must be respected , and
Great Britain's share of the heavy
costs will be ruefully paid , but It Is
aid that the decision leaves the
question of a neutral's right on the
sea In a deplorably unsatisfactory
etate and creates a dangerous prece
REVOLT SWEEPS CAUCASUS
Revolutionists Set Up Provisional
Government at Batoum.
St. Petersburg , Feb. 23. According
to mail repoits received from Batoum
racial disorders In the Caucasus have
developed into actual revolution in
the cities of Batoum , Patl and Kutals ,
at the eastein end of the Black sea ,
under the lead of Armenians , who
have set up a form of provisional gov
ernment. Telegraphic communica
tion has been cut off for several days
and it is impossible to secure direct
confirmation of these reports , but ac
cording to one letter the Armenian
faction a few days ago succeeded In
making prisoners of most of the ofa
cials , and shutting up the officers and
Borne of the troops in the barracks
and were aided to some extent by re-
orvlsts in taking tbe reins of govern
ment into their own bands. It is
known that the semi-weekly steamer
service between Batoum and Odessa
has been interrupted and until tele
graphic communication is restored in
formation Is only obtainable by way
The labor situation in St. Peters
burg has assumed a phase most irri
tating to employers , the men working
one day and quitting the next and
showing no permanent disposition to
either work or strike. At present
most of the factories are working , but
there is no telling when or to what
eitent the strike may next break out.
Rumors are current In this city that
General Kouropatkln has been out
flanked by a strong force of Japanese
in the vicinity of Slnmlntln and
compelled to retire from the Shakho
river , but official dispatches , BO far
as made public , glvo no intimation
that such a contingency is oven re
motely possible. Military circles scout
the report entirely and say no body
of Japanese of sufficient strength has
been reported operating on the Rus-
elan- right flank to force General
Kouropatkln to abandon his exceed
ingly strong position on the Shakho
without a hard flght lasting several
SPENCER' MAN IS BURNED BY
BUT NOT SERIOUSLY HURT
Play at Spencer by Home Talent Was
a Success Man at Verdel Is Kicked
Severely Other Northwest Items of
Spcncor , Neb. , Fob. 23. Special to
Tbo News : J. N. Sturitavant , while
arrylng a Jug ot sulphuric ncld from
ho warehouse to bis pharmacy , wn
burned but not seriously. The Jug
lipped and broke , sputtering the acid
jvor Mr. Sttinlovnnt'a foco and cloth-
ng. With rare piosenco of uilnd , ho
siezcd a package of bicarbonate of
iodn and neutralized the burns. Ho
lias several burned spots on his fnco
and right wrist. Ills clothing wn
ulned. Ho will not bo dlstlguiod and
. \as attending to business again \or >
soon after the accident occui rod.
Washington's birthday was cololnat-
ed with a school holiday. The to\sn
wns bedecked with bunting and lings.
n the evening St. Mary's diamatic
club gave a diama in four acts en
titled , "The Noble Outcast , " to a full
muse. Many came from Lynch and
Crolghton to attend. The company
plajs well and the public enjoyed tin-
drama very much.
On Tuesday a largo crowd attended
the musicnlo given by Miss Isaacs aud
her pupils. It was a raio treat and
all enjoyed it. Miss Isaacs Is leaving
for her health. She Is a sister of
Rev. Mr. Isaacs , pastor of the Congio
gatlonnl church. All icgiet her de
The snow is gone but roads arc hard
to traverse. '
Many invitations have been sent to
farmers for the institute on Fobruaiy
27 and 28.
KICKED IN FACE BY HORSE.
Verdel Man Has a Severe Wound in
Verdel , Neb. , Feb. 23. Special to
The News : Ed Mowhlrtor , living
south of Verdel , met with quite a so
rioiiR accident enily this morning as
ho was woikiiig about the bain. He
was kicked by a horse aud knocked
down , the hoof striking htm on the
chin and Knocking out flvo of Ills
teeth. The llesh was toin from bis
lower jaw. Dr. Arten was mtiiimonet
and took eight stitches. No serious
complications arc expected.
The band here plujed on the streets
early yesterday , lu honor of Washing
Rov. S. F. Sharpless of Not folk IE
holding evangelistic services.
Charles Mitchell of Ciolghtou Is
here bit ) ing horses. Ho bought two
tine hoises from Charles Black , livery
Postmaster Thomas lias moved bis
drug store heie fiom Nlobrara.
Verdigre has a new newspaper ,
"The Verdigre Progress , " published by
Gipe & Tehalsky every Thursday. It
bus just appeared.
BROTHERS FIGHT IN PUBLIC.
Three Jacksons From Verdel Get Into
Row at Creighton. '
Croighton , Neb. , Feb. 23. Special
to The News : Thiee brothers named
Jackson , fiom Verdel , engaged In a
fight in public at Creigbton yesterday
aftoi noon and \\ero arrested. One of
them is still iu jail and will be tried
this afternoon. One of the boys had
a stone In bis hand which he used as
a savage weapon and with which lie
succeeded lu severely battering up his
The Ancient Older of United Work
men of Creighton lodge had a magnif
icent banquet and big dance here last
night , given free to their friends and
which was enjoyed Immensely.
On next Sunday morning thirteen
carloads of stock , forming a special
train , will bo shipped out of Creighton.
Gasoline Wrecks Drug Store.
Lexington , Neb. , Feb. 23 The drug
store of O. S. Klnney of thlb city
is a total \weck. caused by a gasoline
explosion. Mr. Klnney and hlb clerk
detected an odor as of gasoline and lit
& match to investigate. Instantly
ther was an explosion Tbo entire
plate glash liont was blown out and
Clerk McPailand with It. He was cut ,
bruised and his clothing was on fire.
With great presence of mind he rolled
In a pgol of water and put out the
fire. He is In a critical condition.
Mr. Klnney was also badly burned.
Senator Morgan Files Protest.
Washington , Feb. 23. Senator Mor
gan filed with the senate foreign rela
tions committee a protest against the
course of the admlnlsttatlon In rela
tion to Santo Domingo. The commit
tee was In session a short time and
had the treaty with Santo Domingo
up for consideration. The protest of
Senator Morgan was not read.
Religious Revival at Louisville.
Louisville , Feb. 23. Ixiulsvillo is at
present agitated by a remarkable religious
ligious- revival movement. Thus far
4,000 converts cave been announced.
The revival began Feb. 11 ! .
TENDER SYMPATHY TO KANSAS
Nebraska Legislature Takes a Hand
in Oil Trust Fight.
Lincoln , I'd ) 23. In the lower
house 01 Ihu lunHliUuro UcprcaonU
tivu Hunker uf Cumlng loitnty Inlto
dticod u resolution cuiumuiiuluK In the
preamble the II u lit. in Kansas uu.uiut
the Stand.ird Oil company , und con
"Ho It le.solved , by the Nebraska
house of ropiest'ulullvos , thut on be
half of the people of Nebraska , wo
express slnccie sympathy with thu
people of our neighboring atato In the
contest they aio now waging against
the giuatoHt of nil monopolies. We
bid Theodore Roosevelt , piesldent of
the United States , godspeed In his
detoimined efforts to piotect the pub
lic Intel ests against the encroach
incuts of monopoly.
"In view of the fact that John 1) .
Rockefeller hail contributed coitaln
Bums toward the erection of u building -
ing ; in connection with Nebraska's
Btato university , wo deslro that It
shall bo known that the acceptance by
Nebraska o ! the eontilbutlon which
John I ) Rockefeller Inn made to the
rnl\eiHlt > ten pit * fund shall In no
sense bo io nrdoil as an apology on
the pint of Neln.isKa people for the
disreputable m > tln > ds which thr
RouUofollor monopoly lii employed. "
In coiicliiHlon , tlio lesolutton iccltis"
that the aiceptaiico of Mr. RockoftM
loi'i gift does not Indicate that No
braslui has am svinpathy with the
Standard Oil lompany.
A vote nil the leaoltitlon will betaken
ACTION OF MISSOURI LEGISLA
BREEDERS LAW IS UNCHANGED
Bill on Which Substitute Was Based
Is Missing From the Chief Clerk's
Office and the Original Law Is In
Full Force and Effect.
Jefferson City , Feb. 23. The orig
Inal draft of the Godfrey anti-pool sell
Ing bill the BitbBtltute for which was-
adopted Tuesday by tlio liouso baa
disappeared from the office of the
chief cleik. As the Biibstltuto la
based upon the oilginal bill In the na-
tine ol an amendment , the action of
the lioiiKa In punning tlio bill which
prohibits Is annulled and leaves the
In coders' law just as It stands on the
KRATZ WILL TESTIFY TODAY.
Man on Trial for Murder Ends His
Case in Court.
Butler , Mo. , Feb. 28. When the
Kiatz trial was resumed today the
defense continued the Introduction of
evidence on the character of witness
es. It was announced that the de
fense will complet it * ecas today.
Kratz will b th last wltnss.
MINE GIVES UP 87 DEAD
Work of Removing Victims From
Wrecked Mine Proceeds Slowly.
Blimingliam , Ala. , Feb. 23 At 8
o'clock this muinlng eighty-seven
blackened and dihllguied bodies bad
been recovered fiom the Virginia
mines , in which the awful explosion
occuiled on Monday atternoon , en
tombing what Is now confidently be
lieved to be more than 150 of the best
uiinorb In the Blimingham district.
This Is a day of funerals at Vir
ginia City , Bessemer , Piatt City and
Ensley. The men have been taken to
Bessemer as fast as Identified. An ex
tra supply of caulns from nelghborlug
The rescuers are still heroically at
work in the slope and as the diggers
advance the bodies further In the
mine are found to be worse burned
and mutilated than those nearer the
exterior. No hope Is now held out
that any of the men can be alive.
Three men were found whos hearts
were still beating , but they expired
immediately on reaching th outsldo
The Birmingham district has came
promptly forward In the matter of re
llevlng the destitute families of the
Fire Destroys Busch Glass Works ,
St. Louis , Feb. 23. The Adolphus
Busch glns works building was de-
etroyed by fire , entailing a loss of
$75,000. The Ore Is believed to have
started by electric wires. Two large
class furnaces were saved by averting
streams of watei from falling upon
them. The plant manufactured tjie
class bottles used by the Anheuser-
Butch Brewing company. It Is stated
that the loss of the plant throws COO
employes out of work.
Poles Desire No Revolt.
Warsaw , Feb. 23. The Polish na
tionnl Democratic paity has Issued a
manifesto discountenancing a rcvolu
tion. "There are no arms , " says the
document , "no money and no leaders
and no aid can be expcctqd from other
countries. Austiia Is weak , France Is
Russia's ally and England is always
practical. Therefore a revolution
would only result in useless blood-
ched. Better continue the work quiet
ly and peacefully and attain our ends. "
ASKED TO EXPLAIN RENEWALOF
OSAGE OIL LAND LCASCS.
STEPHENS CA.LLS FOR INQUIRY
Two Resolutions Introduced In House
by Representative Fiom Texno.
Day's , Work Against the Standard
Oil Monopoly ,
Washington , Feb. 23. Another
ohaptet In the Osuge oil lease IIH I
dent developed when KepioHentatlvo
Stephens of Texas Inliodneed two
resolutions In the IIOIIHU ndilieiialnt ; In-
qnliluiMo the yocieiary of thu Interior
reganllng the Footer lease of the oil
and gas lands belonging to the Usage
Indians. One lesolnllon culls on the
oocielmy to luinlsh thn IIOIIHU with a
copy of the Foster lease and of all
aiib loasi'H under the loatio , civ-
Inn the diiU'H of the uppioval 01 10
jectlon and all ( onoHpondotice on the
Biibjoct. The other ieaoliiton | asliH
under what act of congress the Foster
lease \\IIH made and under what au-
thoilly of 1 \ \ the sub leases woio np
pto\cd. The Hecictaiy' IB ashed
whether be did not lallfy the RUh
lease to the Almeda company and
\yliellifi thlH was not the IIrut mil )
lease so rat I lied nnd whether ho hail
not piovIouHly refused to ratify nub-
leases. Tlm roKoltitlon nsUB not only
for the data of the ratlllcatlon of the
Almeda Hub lease , hut also calls for a
llht of the olllceiH , directors and stock
holders of the Almeda company , with
Infoimatlon as to whether any of
these pcrhoiiH are "personally known
or In any way related to him ( the sec
retary ) nnd , If EO , the name of such
person and how related. "
The ntatoment recently plvon out
by Secretary Hitchcock Ix & > -d. In
which ho said that "the oi.iTil FOH
ter lease was an unheard of monopoly
ely and nothing short of a public
scandal , " and the resolution asUs the
secretary If he was correctly quoted ,
and If so to state why ho now rocuni
mends extension of the lease.
EXPOSES ATTEMPT TO BRIBE
Indiana Solon Produces Letter Con
tainlng a 9100 Bill.
Indianapolis , Feb 23 The special
Invcbtlg.itlng committee appointed by
Speaker Sydney Cunt el I of the house
of lepiesciitatlves , following the
declaration of Ananias llaker of Ful
ton and CUHH counties , \vlio , in ex
plaining bis rote on thu anil cigarette
bill In the house , pioduced a letter
containing a $100 bill , which ho charged
was sent to him by those Intel ested In
defeating such legislation , Issued an
affidavit for the arrest of O. A. Baker
of Marlon , a former state senator ,
charging him with attempting to cor
rupt KepiPM'ntatlvc Ilakor. The In
vestlgatfng committee , with Hi * as
sistance of Attorney ( Joneral Charles
W. Miller , who did the questioning ,
wrung from Representative Baker thn
name of the ex-state senator only
after half an hour of persistent and
cleverly planned questioning. Mr.
Baker said he had'had to promise the
alleged briber not to divulge his name
In order to draw him out. Detectives
are searching for the accused.
BODY OF WEALTHY WOMAN IN A
HER COACHMAN IS MISSING
House of Mrs. Hanna B. Ross , a Weal
thy Octogenarian , Is Destroyed and
Her Charred Remains are Found In
Monteclnce , N. J. , Feb. 23. Mrs.
Hannah B. Ross's house was de
stroyed by flro hero today and her
body was found In tlio ruins.
Mrs. Rosa was a wealthy octogene
rlan and resided alone. Tbo police
are unable to determine whether the
aged woman had been overcome by
smoke and killed by the tlamcs or
whether sbo was murdered and u
flro started to conceal the crime.
The woman's coacl\man Is missing.
More Proof of Poisoning.
Chicago , Feb. 23. Dr. Otto W.
Lewke , who has been conducting a
chemical Investigation to determine
whether or not Mrs. Marie Walcker
Hocb , the last nlfo of Johann Hoch ,
was poisoned declared that he had
found conclusive proof of arsenical
poisoning in the kidneys of the wom
an. The police express themselves
as confident that Hoch will be held to
tlia grand jury on a charge of minder
Whist Congress Opens.
Chkafco , Keb 23 Tin- whist con-
Cress. Tthkh promises to be the great
est event of its kind ever held In the
United States opened here. One hun
dred whist placers from all parts of
the couutiy took part In the opening
session of special men's pairs. The
highest score at the firs't session was
Eevcnty-fl e points , road * by Judge J.
G. Dunn of St. Paul and K. A. Mont-
comtry of Minneapolis.
THE CONOITIONJOF THE WEATHER
Temperature for Twenty-four Hours.
Forecast for Nebraska.
Condition of tlio wuathur an record-
oil for tlio 24 hours ending at 8 a , m.
Avonio | ; 41
Total onowfnll for month 8.50
Total precipitation for month . . ,43
Iliiromutur . .29.8H
Chlciigo , Fob. 23. The bullotlu la-
HiUMl by tlio Chicago ntutlon of tlm
Utiltud Slatoa woiithur bureau this
inoiiilii ) ? , glvoa tlut forecast for No-
hrasku an follows :
Fair tonight and Friday. Moderate
OPERATION DISCLOSES FACT
THAT HE HAS CANCCR.
PATIENT RALLIES SPLENDIDLY
Phyalclans Decline to Express More
Than a ne.ison.ible Hope That the
Oieau Dloeaae May Be Checked
and Hlo Ultimate Recovery
C.ilcaeo , Fob. 23. Whllu at tha
Univeielly of Chicago buntlu'dn of
Etui ) on In wetc nsHiimblod to partl'-l
put * In prayorn for hU recovery , Dr
William K. Harper , piosldent of the
loKtHutlon , unilurwunl a Horlous BUT-
glcul operation lu tlio I'ruBbytorl.'in
Los tut nl. For nearly two ye.us Lr )
Harper IniB been affll'ilvd with HOiere
pulna In tlio abdomen und about one
jrenr ago undeiwont HII opeiullon for
upnomlliltlH. Thlu did not result. In
( iormancnt Improvement and It was
finally derided that u second oper.i
tlon was necessary. It wan generally
thoiiKbt by tlio physicians that lr
would rovenl a cancerous condition of
the Intestines near tbu bond of tbn
colon. This diagnosis was confirmed
by tlio operation.
The operation from a fltirglcal
tandpolnt was a HUCCPBV Th pv
llont rallied nplondldly from the shock
and IB In a condition that given every
promise of an early recovery from tua
effects of the operation. The ultlmatu
recovery of Dr. Harper la a matter on
which tlm physicians decline to com *
mlt themselves , but merely exproai
"the reasonable hops that the dlseas
may be checked. "
Dr. Ilnrper was under the Influenct
of f nat'RlheUcH for about two boura , al
though the operation Itself did not
consume- over twenty-five minutes
After It was over a careful examlnx-
tlon was made by the physicians and
It was concluded that although all of
the diseased tissue had not been re
moved. It would IIP Impossible to con
tinue the operation further The op
eration was performed bv Dr. McBiir-
nev assisted hv Dra , Senn , lievaa.
Billings and HHUoen.
ARMY BILLJSJEflf BACK
House Disagrees With All Senata
Amendments Except One.
Washington , Feb. 23. After a brlof
but bplrlled debate the house seat
back to conference the army appropri
ation bill. All senate amendment *
again wete disagreed to with the sla-
Clo exception of one appropriating
(95,000 for continuing the cable from
Valdez to Seward , Alaska. There waa
renewed dlsciibslon of the provision
regarding rethed ofllcers on duty with
the mllltla of the several states , tUo
name of General Nelson A. Miles
once more tlguting conspicuously la
the debate. Determined opposition
developed to a motion by Ame
( Mass. ) to agree to the senate amend
ment on that subject , which la favor
able to the retention of full retired
pay by General Miles and other offi
cers of high rank serving with ml-
lltla organizations. The balance of
the day was devoted to consideration
of the river and harbor appropriation
The senate considered at Boms
length the bill providing a civil gov
ernment for the Panama canal zone.
The question of the government's
ownership of the Panama railroad
and Its relation to the general ques
tion of government ownership of rail
roads was debated freely. Gorman ex
pressed the opinion that the general
subject would soon come before con-
Cress and said that he was anxloua
now to place himself on record as op
posed to that policy. Consideration
of the bill was not completed when
the. senate adjourned for want of a
quorum A number of witnesses were
examined on behalf of Judge Swayna
In the Impeachment proceedings
against him. Washington's farewell
address was read by Perkins at th
beginning of the session.
Japan to Issue Fourth Loan.
ToKio , Feb 23 As a result of a
confeicnce with the bankers of Toklo
Yokohama , Osaka and Kyoto the gov
ernment has practically determined
upon a fourth domestic loan of 100-
000.000 > eu.
Indian Kills Deputy Marshal.
SI'oam Springs. Ark. , Feb , 23. John
Kerry Vler , deputy United States
marshal of the Indian territory , has
been shot and killed In the territory
by Charley Wickley , a Cheroke * la-
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