VOL. VII THE DALLES, OREGON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1894. NO. 267 ft NEWS OF THE IVANHOE Probable Fate of the Missing Vessel. WENT DOWN WITH ALL ON BOARD The Sblp Wa Seen in a Fierce Gale la Distress, and Then Suddenly Disappeared. Seattle, Nov. 2 The lumber echoouer Fanny Data rd, Captain Peterson, arrived at Port Blakely yesterday. She reports that the missing Ivanhoe, with F. J. Grant, ex-minister to Bolivia, an board, probably sank on the afternoon of Sep tember 30. "We left Port Blakely," said Captain Peterson, "on September 26 last, bound for Santa Barbara with lumber. We sailed out under a light wind and arrived at the cape on the 30th, where we found a strong southeast wind blowing. We saw a tug tow out a ship that same evening and drop her off the cape.. That night it rained very heavily, and there was about a 60-mile-an-hour wind com ing up over the ocean. About 12 o'clock I think it was, that same night we saw a ship to leeward of us. It continued blowing heavy from the southeast, all night, and kept on till about 11 o'clock of the morning of the 30th, when it moderated. A ship was in company with us, but too far away for us to make out her name or what her cargo. She appeared to have a terrible list to star board. At about 12 :S0 o'clock I was on the port tack and the other vessel was on the starboard tack, distant. I think, about four miles. ' She was apparently hove to with lower topsails. We could see that something was wrong with .her, for her list was in the wrong direction, I was not concerned much about her, for I expected we would run nearer together soon, and, having been up most of the night before, I went below about 1 o'clock and turned in. Twenty minutes later, or, as nearly as I can tell now, at 20 minutes past 1 o'clock, my first mate, Harry Staunton, came below, and, call ing mesaid that the ship had disap peared. I hastened oo deck at once. The horizon was clear, and the ship had disappeared as if by magic. After look ing for her from the deck without seeing her, I ran up into the rigging and swept the horrizen in the direction the vessel had before occupied, but there was not a sign of her presence visible. I then kept the Echooner off for 20 minutes to see if any ship'p boats appeared on the water, or if any wreckage of any kind could be sighted. We could see nothing of this kind, so I went to work and hove the schooner to again in double-reefed sails, but while we were in the vicinity we could see nothing of any boats or wreck age. The latitude we were in, as Bhown by . the echooner's log, was 47 :53, longi tude 127 :01 west, Cape Flattery bearing N.E., JE., and distance 95 miles." It appears that Captain Peterson had' not heard that the Ivanhoe was overdue, and probahly lost, until he got back to Port Blakeley, when hearing it spoken of, he at once connected her with the ship he saw founder at 6ea. The Fanny Dutard, instead of towing, sailed out and did not reach the cape till the 29th, one day later than the day the Ivanhoe is reported to have been cast off by the tug Tice. A storm is reported to have risen the evening of the 28th off the cape, and the Ivanhoe must have been unable to make any headway against it apd remained close reefed not far off the cape. Captain Peterson had no means of knowing if the vessel he saw on the afternoon and night of the 29th was the same that was near him on the morning of the 30th, but the presumption is that it was one and the same ship, and that ship must have been the Ivanhoe. She was a full-rigged vessel, without distin guishing features. Capture of Pert Arthur. Yokohama, Nov. 2. It ia announced here, that the investment of Port Ar thur by the Japanese forces by land . and sea has been completed, and a for ward movement of both Japanese ar mies in the direction of Moukden is being rapidly pushed. A portion of Field Marshal Count Oyaraa'a force will Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report attack Kir-Chow, on Gulf Lia-Tong, which is occupied by Chinese troops. Meanwhile General Nodsaz' advance column is approaching Fang Wang, a fortified town on the main road be tween' Wi-Ju and Moukden, to which all the Chinese troops retreated after leav ing their positions north of the Yula river. The Japanese expect to defeat the Chinese at both places and then unite their columns before the walla of Moukden. Rumored Trenble at Peru. Victoria, Nov. 2. Rumors have been afloat the past few days that the Pacific squadron had been ordered to Peru, that the British consulate at Callao had been attacked by revolutionists, and that members of the consul's family had been murdered. Although these reports can not be traced to an authoritative source, the fact that H. M. S. Champion and the flagship Royal Arthur leave today for Callao would imply that there is some foundation for them. There has been an urgency about the movements of these war vessels during the past few days that can only indicate that their mission south is at least of important if not serious nature. London, Nov. 2. Inquiries made at the admiralty and foreign offices today shows no orders have been issued for the British warships to depart irom Van couver or elsewhere. It is asserted no information has been received at these departments of the revolutionary trouble in Peru. Newspaper Comment. London, Nov. 2. All the French and German papers pays a high tribute to the memory of the czar, and especially praise him for maintaing the peace of Europe. The Kruez Zeitnng says: "He leaves an army such as a Russian ruler never before could boast, powerful and ready for battle." The Pall Mall Gazette says: "The czar was self-willed, dogged and abrupt, but just. He abhorred all foreign in fluence, but especially that of Germany." Chinese Victory Reported. Shanghai, Nov. 2. The native papers announce that the Chinese troops have re-taken Kiluen Chong after heavv fighting. The Japanese are said to have been driven out of that place with a loss of 3,000 men. It is reported on good authority that the Japanese are leaving Port Arthur and vicinity and are proceeding to join the main body of the Japanese troops marching upon Moukden. . Only a Case of Jlm-Jams. San Fkancisco, Nov. 2. August H. Appiarus, the grocer and liquor dealer taken into custody yesterday while bark ing, Bnarling and otherwise acting like a dog, was more violent this morning, and was placed in a padded cell. The doc tors have diagnosed his case as that of delirium tremens, one of Appiarus' friends stating that he has been in a state of intoxication daily for two years. McKinley's Dozen Speeches. Columbus, O., Nov. 2. Governor Mc Kinley spoke to 45,000 people, making about. a dozen speeches, today. Last night he went from Sandusky to Erie, Pa., by special train, and spoke there thia morning to 2000. The country within a radiua of 50 miles from Erie, was represented by large delegations. Tonight he spoke at Akron, to a crowd of 6000. ' He Blames CleTeland. New Haven, Conn., Nov. 2. In an interview today ex-Governor Waller said: "Cleveland is acting like a great big boy. When the party is in danger personal differences ehould be cast aBide. By his failure to support the party in New York, Cleveland has lost the re spect of the democrats of the country." A Heavy Sentence. San Fbancisco, Nov. 2. James Coyne and Thomas O'Keefe, two young men, were sentenced to twenty years in the state prison by JudgeJBelcher this morn ing for beating and robbing an old woman named Mary Haggerty of $6.50. Killed His-Mother and Father. Buefalo, N. 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