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"WAVE oF &tsORbEh BrtfeAKS oof
i5#l|hV? 'N A NEW PLACE. .^spr
KOUROPATKIN REPORTED SLAIN
ftumors of RuW«n C^nerajfc Death
Spreading in St. P«ter»btfrg—Cori
neeted With It I* Report Jhat 70,000
Ruesians Are Cut GH&-
1
i, St^J^teraburg, Jun^as.-rrChe wave.,
disorder rolling ov#*Ru8sia has ap'®
peared at Odessa, M^ere & general
strike, accompanied bfbloodsbed and
disorders, has broke QM0*iTh'^lfcifere
eeveral rnHlnlriiai 1^1*1*11 Mim^iinill
.v tww and %e
volleys were firW$)ijr tfre trottfi'^^m'
report of the ex^»L,i^3^vf*8V*fele®
bas been received?®^ \%T'
A press dispatch '^wat/400
armed workmen barricaded'"a sirtiurti'
andi'^e^^edsMbe ajttec^r of a company
of
CoSsstckb:
TMete
Kourpatkin Reported Killed.
S 2 8 A
riJ{*pread
3
throughout the city that Gen­
eral ^Kourpatkin had been1 killed,
r,u?lor
}ras, connef-ied some
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"times' a rifiort' that "70,000 Kus-'j AspinwulfwanVers '.'1'.'
"Ii,nc 'had^een
-*nn" GeTierg.1
'.Bians Qut 'offi hy
'-Nogi's arw and" that- Gentrai Kour
jj-.Tri'^tkia jliad ,6een*tpTjen prisoner. Noth
lng confirmatory of these rumors has
^•'•^®TeceiVeFT5y flTe "generaPst^" or"
r^ln'3Ki®e88.''. ^'di9i»atiohes^^iA-v^-f«'p'6rt5'
ceived from General I ch iijdi-
ates tlial the Japanese' 'ince' 6'on
,^tiimeRi-.s(p |dOy, au^Aat the Russian
j?Vanp1%ts, tin die pressure, arl retting"
^}ft$h%gk.
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IN PEACE
Si
f§! iWhile President Roosevelt is Away
$ Nothing Will Be -Attempted.
Washington, .June 28.~\yith the
a president away from Washington
peace, negotiations entered upon a pe
riod of Inactivity, which may continue
until the president reaches Oyster
Bay. Neither the Russian ambassador
nor the Japanese minister received
messages today sufficiently urgent to
necessitate their communicating with
W8"the president, and it is possible
they will refrain from troubling him
in that way until after his New En
gland trip is over. There is no con
firmation herp of a report from Paris
that negotiations for an irmistice
lave been formally opened.
Meet Early In August.
St. Petersburg, June 28—The for
eign office has issued a communication
iconfirming the statement that Russia
Jh^s accepted the first ten days in Au
^'/gust as the time within which the
(first meeting of the peace plenipoten
tiaries will take place. The precise
date depends on the time of the ar
rival at ^Washington of the Japanese
representatives.
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Polish Prisons Are billed.
/Wirsaw, Russian Poland, June 28.—
•'All the prisons are full to overflowing,
less than 672 persons, mostly Jews,
•lip.paying been arrested during the last
Twenty-four hours. It fs expected
that a state of siege will be pro
c|a,imed, as great riots are anticipated
during the mobilization.
fg' Arrested at Funiral of Her Husband.
|j»'i,Yetter'
la., June 2$.—At the bier of
'Acr^er husband, where she was paying
her last tribute, Mrs. Cyrus. Pratt was
Jar.arrested-on
the charge bf his murder.
At the same time Will Kersittg,-" the
hired man at the Pratt
farm.
Aggregate'Wealth of Crawford
'iii
County Shown by Assessor!
TRIFLE LESS THAN LAST YE|AR
Interesting Figures Gathered at A&di
j^r's Office Showing Assessed V^ly
^iroon ttf Real and Personal Propefty
*'%e ^bliah belbW the complete jab
of the assessment of Crawford
J&bty asgatherel from the bookrat
'tl^B office of the connty auditor, fh*
figures show a slighfc&crease as corn
pan^ with last year, Dot the valaation,
itfpfia
tjicaUy the same.
REALTY.
J*ACTnAt,TALtJi
9 7 3 0 3 4
928364
•Iowa ..
Nlstanabotny.
,Washington
Union ....
(byer".'
Hays..
East
Demsoa-'i
Paradise
Reinfofcements of three
»/«r ®WPanies of Coseacks- were aent^ta wjuow^
:t4-y. thejeubutb but the=result! oC their at- vesi»tde.w..
'jut 1 tack on the strikers1 is not'yet k'now&.- «U(Wt^:"ru
cis•little1"
ntews' ¥rom Poland, bilt uanovlr.. f..'.
copies 6'f the* Lodz Gazette, giv,ing an Charter Oak..
account .of the .demonstrations, are ^"wkson..,....
«ageriy. read, A .telegram, tpVthe olfe- 6^0^
ageaqy gives the number of killed i-'Bfjjiwan.'
and those who died of their wounds on •§o1dior ..
Friday as" 164. It adds that others
Ota. i*r«re killed Saturday and' Sunday 33d
that the complete: dumber of victims
cannot be: .stated deHnitely. Other ac
.It^coui^ give. ^,'Jtptai''.estimate. of 500
:,J:C (dead, at Lodz.
As^or..
Uirelc Geox.e &. 1
ftell utjd peuwood
«i-Uj.,' r..±MU•.
Buyer and Ells
^vo« cl-u-ScMeswig
Vas also
taken into custody as being an acces
fe- sory. Pratt died after a very, brief
*2 illness and the officers declare' tti^re
%ju is suspicion of poisoning.
1 4iii :'3j
W Gaynor and Greene Lose.
|.Jf Montreal, June 28.—The supreme
coi^rt unanimously grapted the motion
Ti made in behalf of the government of
the United States to quasli the appeal
?ijj of Gaynor and Greene from the judg
inent of the court of king's bench af
*». flrmine thp rpfnsnl nf writ nf nm.
firming the refusal of a writ of pro
hibitiOn.- by Jiidg^ p^evidfeon' against
g? the issue of a warrant for extradition.
j^iThe aptw^l. was quashed .with costs.
v.^sTOMBuw^oe-of"Gypsy -Moth mUftiUXl1
San Ftaneiscp, June 28.—A box of
Insects tliat lire eJcii'ectecj to destroy
the gypsy m6th pest in Massachusetts
arrived on the Manchuria from Asia.
|s, The insects, which are like ants in
appearance, deppsit their eggs in the
larvae of the moth. --v
ii is
SI0 aO
9fS824
90084U
ToWlD#
828516
84y
96T3S4
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-rr-~"T-i
93341:
9305SJ5
9511504
:86J9^
9.VM9
95H&B
93338B
217923
"•in-
••t V'::T'
Total in towns.1'... 1.
•PenJson(.t..
Vatl .. ..v...... ..
VVest Side..
Manilla
Dtrw Cit.y'..-.: .'.
Charter Oalc. ..'...
Arlon ..
Stihle'swlg!.'.
Iticketts ..
Klron.
18.385 03S
Actual'Viilue of Lots
of Ten Acres or LeF
.1....- UToiaO
113280
43484
.. 34^0
::.:! .... ....v... 1310181
.. 2234pa
53342
1.5fes»2'
'..T 8T8IU
......... Tim,
nifti
14016
csst
3164
20740
720
v-rr-iTf'
239im
{Cotftl. 5.^.
1
Tot il actual value of realty in county 2U7srd24
\L ess 1 exemptions or roads, soldiers
l.
Jiiiua iir.cesteads 4atJ42
Net actual value of realty lu|io\iiity.20,734j882
Taxable value 54 fit?~
jt'ffR^OliAd P$(5lEBTY V^DATtOK.'
Vthfc,el 1 nWdi'iig itc^t^ '!'e
Uousielaold furnliuce...
Mmwm aad-credits
Corporation Stocks
Merchandise
Total
Mules....
OU"^"^.
45.498
9.744
:704:8:«
1&W41
512 389
49.^86
43 016
77.
Other personal property
Buildings on leased lands
Tota!.. ... $ 1.831.B33
LIVESTOCK VALUES
CATTLE
No, Value
Heifers 1 year old.:r.T 7250"v" 89,749
Heifers 2 years old 42liOi 71 1"0
Cows v.-.v..... -. 1W4 37tU!)
Steers 1 year old
fM
«a59, 144.SU
hteers 3 years old. 35S91 78 174
Steers 3 years and over 34 nv
Cattle In feeding 11633 34B.14H
Bulls 1291 4l,.|2i
Total ....
hqbses
Colts 1 year old.
Colts 3 years old
Horses 3 vears and over...,
StftUlPUS
553U0 $1,148,335
No
12(52
1009
101S51
3a...
Value
38.592
43.79')
5S0.s:.'..i
10.453,
12405
010
swipe 6 months
.1
SOS*. filiO
3.02s
891.3iK
17.710
2.379.295
1,531.1)3:1
IS 3».i ('32
2.300 4!U
*S8100
Sheep row
Tota1 Livestock Value .. ..
~Tot«l Personal...
IT.'....
Total Farm Realty
-Total City Ket»lty...-.
Grand Tctal Value $ 24,$ 2
ODDFELLOWS MEMORIAL
The Odd Fellows and the members of
the Rebeckah lodge to {he number of
about sixty, observed "last Sunday as the
special mam'brial day1 for their honored
dead The lodge members were thriven
to the cemetery at three p: ra. "The" ser
vices consisted of the rea'ding of the im
pressive ritual of the order, singing, pray
er by the chaplain, Mr i'. O, Ivens, and
a brilliant and eloquent or^tipn by Mr. K.
Shaw Van. Mr.. Jobn Wiess* N'oble Grand
acted:as chairman of the day. Immediate
ly after the address the gra\{e o%tlie five
Odd Fellows who ire buried' in,fbakland
cemetery were decorated willpowers and
flags The day was a beautifulj.pne and
the services were both dignified and im
pressive
GREGOKY.RflOP£F?T.Y SOLD. I
Ms.At:L
G^T«as?soid'he^and-
some residence property in \vest Denison .a
to Mi"?--!, pa.». With Ms.former coll^
to Mi'.'' J. Patterson, a retired banker
of1 Dtrnlap, who is well known toiDenl
son.people. Mr. Patterson proposes to
move the present residence to the ?north
end of the lot and to build for hinWjeif a
handsome residence on tlje present "(site of
the Gregory home. The consideratft^a for
this fine bit of residence property was
$ 3 0 0 0 0 0
We understand tbat Mrs.. Gregqfty in
tends moving to Omaha to make a ^home
for her daughter. Katliaryn.
—y
...
^ir. arid Mrs. W. J. NojrJhaiu were
aniopg.tlifi Chicago excursionists. Their
report having had a splendid time. Mr).
Northam staged but' a few days, bu,t
Mrs.
1
Worthiam remained Chicago
with relatives, returning yesterday*.
They mad*e the boat trip from Chicago
to Milwaukee and felt fully repaid for
the journey.
ns ^«w» am.i^p^-Chas.C
Id rich
^NISON ,,I
DEBATE 01* NORWAY BRINGS OUT
tfc BELLICOSE SPEECHES
IJCciHm •••—:i%ii:i
SWEDISH CABINET IS CRITICISED
Moderate Party Back* King and Min
iatry Againat the Unoomprofniting
Element—Action of tKe Norvfregian
•Storthing ia.JSondemnem-11 I
"'-r.'
Stockholm. June' 28.—Botta^iouseis
«f the" riksdiisr*®lected dxtntorflinar/
committees, to wbioh were referred
the government bill looking to a set
tlement yith Norway., The debatie&
on the r.emi^^idn ofthis ifefflv' brought
out fiery speeches, in which' the action"
of the Norwegian 'Storthing -was coo*
demned and,, the Swedijsb cabinet se
verely^critipised. ^The, .tenor of the
s^eetjhes ^reughout debate
poito'Houses .leaves, the impression
th^ majority of the spe'akere. were of
fi»e opimon, that a peape'ful ^oiiition of
the "difficulty was extremely 'iniprob-
.in the senjat'e, j'nd^'e b1.' A%' Berir
who initiate^ the deijate,'.said:* "Wei
.'must'not use force to siist^in the
union, wh\cl^. is valueless(t6' us under
^Stlhg^ conditions, but the
toWi.pi does not recognize the,illegal and cev-,
®sfcs! 6lutionarV( breach "b^' the' uni^n ,an4
dde's not recognize' Norway as'1a sov
ereign' state."
faerr! 'Hahmtnarslgold'1said that it
^as unWbrthy of Sweden to1 coin'menfie
uegotiations with revolutionists, and
p#$iamen^r.?.n,4,,, tl^e,.,,cabinet should
p^'Q^pse .condjljtions.. which,
1
.ir
lr.
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A-
-A
Sweden
•jWO^ld accept,, telling ISforway, that as
she had .broken away from, the unton
Sweden would be wiUing to separate,
bu^ tha,^ Norway .must agree to Swed
.. en's- .pon'ditions. If Noifway -did not
accept, .then Sweden shpuld enforce,
her .conditions by war. The speaker
sa.id herpreferrQd war to the sacrifice
,pf- Sweden's louor,
Pastor Wa,)den§trotn,.• speaking in
the house, said tiiat in Norwegian
raohools in recent- years the children
had been taught to 'hate Sweden, and
continued:-" "I-aim against war,:but it
may have tp- come'as a- -last resort.
Norway's action amounts to revolu
tion .and sfeould, .be,-treated .according
ly as a deadly insult to Sweden The
government's proposition opens up the
probability of war. Its weakness lies
in the fact that Norway, having brok
en the union, is liable to break treat
ies."
Baron Kennedy, speaking in the
senate, said: "If the king's message
expresses his opinion, he has lost two
crowns instead of one."
This remark was greeted with great
cheering by the anti-government mem
bers.
Baron Kennedy said he repudiated
the idea of a conference with the re
bellious storthing. Sweden must en
force her conditions and- put behind
the king all the resources of the coun
try in .order to. protect Sweden's honor
—by war if necessary. /'The baron
said tha^ every man -in 'Sweden was
ready tof give his iife to protect the
honjr anji glory ojf the country.
Premier jRamstedt then spoke. He
said: "After June ^Sweden had two
alternatives—om? that of force and
the otter to rtjluetanrfy accept dissolu
tion. fJobody openljci^dvocated force,
but some persons advocated a proced
ure which wouJd^uitimately load to
war. The object of war would be to
compel Norvj-ay to retrace its action,
but anger must not blind us to our
own intere^t^, and our interests are
against forcing Norway into any kind
of .a uniom j..A conquered" Norway,
while of no iid'vantaire, would forever
b& a source oiv ganger. Add to this
the Ijprrors of1'l^r/- and their enfee
bling results—all &4rguments, against
th'e employment orrorce. If hot force,
qi.qn it .is best to assist the dissolution
of the union wit^ut harsher condi
tions than tlte future safety of the
peninsula demands-.''
PRESIDIfT mm ALMA MATER
AtrcLvCf"
^nn'Vfrsary
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ss,'Vune^*
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Ten^a
Jotoinfj
-y—™.e£ in cele-
hratinsf the tweiu^agftli anniversary
ol gradi^yjiitJffoi' their cfess from
HeJWttTdr-'Fl'bsident Roosevelt returned
to his alma^mater, npf,,as the chief
mSgistrate'-'of' 'thij^naAtdn, b)|t as a
pri%te.
cltizen, and loyal Jiarvard
alua®us. Although the anctept uni
versity of Harvard, would Wave been
glad to pay^iim all" tlie honfer due his
high o/fife, it, was the presfaant's re
quest that he be regarded rfierely as-a'
mcmbW of
t*ho clas.i of 'SOiftther than
as the President iPf,,the Urfited States.
Nevertheless, students, alumni.-and the
cit-izens of Cambridge united IS giving
hipi a hearty greeting sf^^he drove
through the streets of the university
city.'-
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 1905.
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