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YAMHILL C0UITÏ fiEPOHTEI
WORSE FATE THAN DREYFUS.
D. X. ASBCBT, r«bU«k«>.
of Venezuela. ■ Being
Tortured in Confinement
own siATt nros
RUSHED BY BOERS.
SCHLEY COURT OF INQUIRY
Commander of Lovett'« Scouti Killed oa the
Sen ion» Re»um«d «t Washington—Many Im
portant Witnesses Called.
Washington. Sept. 23—The Schley
London, Sept. 24.—The war office Czolgosz, the Assassin of Presi
New York, . Sept.
_ . 25.—According
_ to Items of Interest From All Parti
court of inquiry reconvened Saturday,
M c M innville .
the story told here by a Venezulean
has received the following dispatch
of the State.
who reached New York a few days ago.
and before adjournment examined four
dent McKinley, on Trial.
from Lord Kitchener, dated Pretoria,
General Jose Manuel Henrnandez. the
bead of the Conservative party In
The most important incident of the
‘’Kritzinger, while endeavoring to > ONER'S PLEA OF GL’ILTT IS REVERSED
Venezuela, and who is a political pris COMMERCIAL AND FINANCIAL HAPPENINGS
force a passage of the Orange rive ,
day was the decision of the court
oner, is undergoing treatment even
near Herschel, at 1 o'clock Friday
withdrawing a question put by the
worse than that of Dreyfus on Devil's
Island. His political and military A Brief Review st th* Growth end Improv«, morning, rushed the camp of a party Court Ordered the Plea to Be Recorded court itself, asking a witness to give
Aa iatereetisg Cofleeixx» st Item« Prom IM strength was recently shown, says the
menu al the Many InduetrKS Through.
of Lovatt's scouts. He failed to cross
"Not Guilty”—Physicians Gave Im
his opinion concerning a point under
Two Memophere« Presented la s
Tribune, in the organization of a revo
the river, but the scouts lost heavily.
out Our Thriving Commonwealth.
controversy. The witness was Rear-
lutionary movement on the frontier,
Lieutenant Colonel Murray and Cap
Admiral Higginson, who participated
under the leadership of General Gar-
the Santiago campaign as captain
Philomath reports a scarcity of tain Murray, his adjutant, were
Edward J. McIntire, of Portland, brane. This uprising which President
Buffalo, N. Y., Sept. 24.—Leon
Deep regret at the loss of
Castro called a Colombian invasion, houses to rent.
was murdered near Olcqus, Wash.
Czolgosz was placed on trial yesterday
was. in reality a Henrnandez move-
Umatilla county proposes to try war led Lovatt's Scouts with great charged with the murder of President
* Five 'marked nienpieldjfup Pendle ment, it is said.
William McKinley. He entered a plea
rock on her county roads.
ton gambling house for $1,500.
Under cover of darkness, - of guilty, which was subsequently
"Immediately following this.” said
The Salvation army will hold a the Boers managed to carry of a gun. changed to "not guilty,” by direction
Arbitration cciuncil will?*declare one of Hernandel's former fellow-
itself incompetent to act on Beer prisoners now here, "began the sys harvest festival at Pendleton, Septem They were promptly followed and the of the court. AU the events of the
tematic attacks on General Hernandez, ber 24-25.
gun was recovered in a smart engage- day indicated that the trial will be
which his friends fear will end the
' *. Court convened at 10 o’clock
iu which Kritzinger lost two short,
The Marshfield clerks are advocat
At Chehalis,"JohnJW. Ferrier was veteran's career. The first move was
and ’ within two hours eight jurors had
acquitted of the murder of Branmn to transfer him to the darkest dun ing an early closing movement, with a
Lord Kitchener also reports that the been secured. ’. Technicalities were not
geon in the foul-smelling old fort. A good show of success.
raised by • the examining counsel, but
British captured by the Boers in the ¡T-
huge ball was fastened to his ankle.
Many Christian Adventists are at ambush near Scheeper's Nek, Sep it was significant that every man who
Bureau chiefs of the treasury de He is not permitted to see anyone, nor
he had formed an opinion on the
partment as a body called on Pres- is he permitted to communicate with The Dalles to attend the camp meet tember 17, have t>een released, and said
case was excused by the District At
the outside world. He is even denied ing which opens Friday.
that the British casualties in the torney. Those who acknowledged
usual exercise about the prison
It is estimated that nearly $5t>0,000 recent Vlakfontein engagement, when they had formed an opinion or stated
Duke and Duchess of York enjoyed i the
yard. His keepers take a fiendish de
a day on the Ottawa river as the light in throwing live rats, spiders and has been invested in Eastern Oregon the Boers captured a company of they were prejudiced, but admitted
mounted infantry and two guns, were their opinion could be changed by evi
guests of lumbermen.
other vermin into his dungeon, particu mines since January 1, 1901.
dence • were accepted
A Woolgrowers* association for one officer and five men killed, 23 men sides. Justice Truman C. White, one
Admiral Sampson, at his own re larly when he sleeps. The rations al
quest, will lie relieved as commandant lowed General Henrnandez are only Wheeler, Crook, Wasco and Sherman taken prisoners. He announced that of the oldest and most experienced
half those required by a man of his counties has been organized at
of the Supreme Court Judges, was on
of the Boston navy yard.
these prisoners had since been released. the bench. Immediately after the
President Shaffer reviews the late
He furtliei reports the capture of opening of the court, and after the
Rapid progress is being made on two commandoes—one consisting of prisoner had pleaded, Justice Lorn L.
steel strike, and severely criticises GHASTLY SCENES AT WRECK.
the improvements on the new race 55 men, under Commandant Kochs, Lewis, senior counsel for the defend
other labor organizations.
Czolgoaz, the a-sassin of President Ptrioiu Injured in Hungarian Collision Were track and grounds at The Dalles. It who were taken with their entire ant, announced that, together with his
will all be completed this week.
transport, west of Adeburg, and the colleagues, ex-Justice Robert C. Titus
McKinley, was placed on trial. He
Carlton E. Ladd, they were ready
A grain buyer for an Athena com- other, consisting of 54 men, in and
pleaded “guilty” but the court or
to act in behalf of the prisoner.
Bucharest, Sept. 25.—The collision pany purchased several lots of wheat cluding J. P. Botha, who were taken
dered the plea of “not guilty” to
"I thought it best,” he said, "for my
REAR ADMIRAL SCHLEY.
for blue with 48 wagons, and their belongings, colleagues and myself, that I should
stand. The prisoner seemed uncon yesterday at Palota, between the Vi at 44Lj for club and 45
Lord Kitchener's latest dispatches, here as attorneys for the defendant. of the battle-ship Massachusetts. This
appears injthe light of latest events.to sold.
Destructive forest fires in Colorado have lieen a most terrible affair. In a
although they contain good news as At the time my name was suggested 1 vessel was at one time a part of the
few seconds the whole arena of the of the Long Creek country, lost his well as bad. have contained little to was out of the city, and knew nothing flying squadron, commanded by Com
A Cheyenne woman shot and killed collision tiecame a huge lake of burn sheep camp by tire. It was piled in reassure the people concerning the of what was transpiring here with modore Schley, and the court asked
Trees anil every a heap and set on fire by an unknown state of affair*. The loss of Lieuten reference to the selection of counsel him to state whether all possible
the defendant. When the circum
within an area of person.
ant Colonel Murray, a brother of Lord for
Columbia is being prepared for the
stances of my selection were told to measures were taken to capture or
Mansfield, is keenly felt. There is me. I was extremely reluctant to ac-; destroy the Spanish vessel Christobal
a quarter of a mile were destroyed.
coming yacht races.
On account of the improvements little doubt that further details will j cept.
There were some ghastily scenes.
But the duty has been imposed, Colon as it lay in Santiago harbor
The Buffalo Exposition has 811 f- A girl was burned to death in sight in the water supply of Pendleton, the show it was a serious affair.
and I considered it my duty, in the from May 27 to June 1, 1898. Counsel
fered a heavy financial loss.
light of all the circumstances, to de
of both her [»rents, who escaped. insurance rates have been reduces! so
Rema-kable Discovery in Alaska.
fend this man. I ask that no evidence for Admiral Schley objected to the
No poison was found on the bullets M. Dinu, a Roumanian millionaire, as to save the property owners about
or revolver taken from Czolgosz.
Vancouver, B. C., Sept. 24.—The be presented here—that the court will' question on the ground that a reply
got his foot jammed in the wreckage $3.000 yearly.
News prints a remarkable not permit the acceptance of any evi- would involve an opinion and not a
McKinley memorial services were
—unless it would be accepted at statement of facts. Judge-Advocate
the prospecting tour just 1 dence
The Roseburg street fair is now in
held at Chicago and other cirties.
the trial of the most meager criminal Lemly admitted that the precedents
ing him a large reward if he would do full swing.
in the land.”
Harry De Windt will again attemt so.
Before the guard could help
"I am familiar with these circum were against questions of this charac-
Settlers in the neighborhood of Lor has returned to Dawson after six
the overland journey via Behring him he sank into the Hames and was
months in Northern Alaska. Accord stances,” said Justice White, in reply, ; ter, and the court withdrew this in
burned to death. Schwartz, the con
The winter session of the State nor ing to Bracken’s narrative, while "and I wish to say, I will give you terrogatory.
The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall ductor, who was similarly jammed, mal school at Monmouth is now open. in the Romanzoff mountains, about every assurance that the prisoner will
It is generally admitted that this
and York will visit an Ottawa lum clung so desperately to the man who
1,000 miles from Dawson, he and his have a fair and impartial trial. Dur
The sawmill of W. H. Lida, on Gales servants ascended a mountain glacier ing the progress of the trial he will decision will have the effect of ma
tried to extricate him that his would- Creek, was burned with 20,000 feet
receive such treatment as the law de terially shortening the term of the
At a height of 8,000 feet they found mands
Col. Murray, commander of Lovatt’s be rescuer had to l>e dragged away just of lumber loss over 30,000.
court, as will also the court s intention
in any criminal case.”
Scouts, was killed by Boers on the as Schwartz perished in the flames.
The work of securing the jurors was to cut out irrelevant questions and all
The state board of education has
Most of the 22 who were killed granted a state certificate to A. B. the ice. The theory is that some ex then undertaken, with a celerity that heresay testimony. In several cases,
treme mid-winter blizzard had caught was amazing. Before the day was over the witnesses were admonished to re
were burned to death.
Serfling, a teacher at Halsey.
Explorers in Northern Alaska found
them while stampeding over the the entire panel had been sworn, the
herds of mountain sheep frozen in the
Then the sheep huddled to jurors had listened to a description late only events coming within their
BOERS APPEAL IN VAIN.
ice of glaciers.
of the Temple of Music, where the own observation.
er. George Yoakum was gored to gether and perished, snow gradually crime occurred; had seen photographs
Admiral Dewey showed himself a
forming an icy covering. Whatever
The U. S. training ship Mohican
of the interior of the structure, and prompt and methodical presiding offi-
returned from a prolonges! cruise and Adminntrative Council Will Declare Itself In
Ernest Cox. aged 18 years, was kill
had been told by three surgeons what i cer. He called the court to order
competent to Pan on Issues Involved.
reports 90 desertions.
ed by being struck by a falling tree were above the ice were devoured by had caused the death of the President,
the designated hour, and
Bracken is and the effect of the assassin’s shot; exactly
The Hague. Sept. 25.—It is under while teaming in a lumber camp near artic bears and wolves.
Herr Johann Most was arrested
just as promptly at 4
after a hard fight while making anar
of the arbitration council will declare
John Peterson, who claims to be a years’ experience, having resided They nad also learned why the fatal o’clock. The witnesses today were
chist speeches in New York.
bullet had not been located.
Rear-Admiral Higginson, who com-
Norwegian, was run out of Marshfield three years on the Yukon.
A boy attempted to photograph itself incompetent to deal with the for making remarks derogatory to the
The prisoner, Czolgosz. during the manded the battle ship Massachusetts
Guarding the Route.
morning, evidenced no interest what-
President Roosevelt as he left church,
issues involved in the South African late President McKinley.
ever in the proceedings, but as the
Span?8h War; CapUln C’
but was stopped by a policeman.
testimony was introduced he paid
Chester, who commanded the
Many Boers will settle in Daniara-
mine in the Blue River district recent
more attention to what was being said., cruiser Cincinnati; Major Thomas N.
ly sold out their Interests for 820.0V0 conduct of the Duke and Duchess of and looked at the various witnesses < Wood, of the marine corps, who com-
Comment of German Pre»«.
Cornwall and York across the conti
London, Sept. 25.—The Berlin cor-
manded the marines on the Massa-
Mrs. McKinley's condition doe« not
nent to this city. The entire line of closely.
Mrs. Lou Hash, living on a home railway from Quebec to Vancouver il h beteSS
resjamdent of the Times says:
O B. Har-
“The news of the British reverses stead in Lower Alsea, spied a huge will be guarded and patrolled during
W. A. McCormic, timber land deal
the royal progress. Thousands of these
in South Africa is discussed on the
fense. was non-committal, however. Etand when the court adjourned. Th!
er committed suicide.
whole with much mixleration in the other day, and seizing the ready Win men have been specially engaged for
this purpose by the Canadian Pacific S.a .TASi uJ-“'.?« puKS
The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall more serious organs of the German
Each guard will remain in able that aaj 0.1.«» will b. pat In.
and York are at Montreal.
a p 'J “J
The lessees of the E. Ray mine near railway.
press. The les« responsible papers
sight of his neighbor on either side
The “allied party’* was launched make no effort to conceal their exulta Gold Hill, recently received returns The royal train will be preceded all owing to the character of the prisoner session ’ was filled by Rear-Admiral
tion. The concensus of opinon is from a shipment of ore that gave a along the route by one or more pilot and his refusal to help his attorneys HowisoD . All three members of the
by reformers at Kansas City.
total value of 87.905.30 per ton. The
which will keep a short dis in any way to procure evidence which j court were in service uniform, and the
Puget Sound conference of the M that the chief importance of the re vein is widening and shows no de engines,
A special army of pri they could use in his favor. The idea morning air was cold enough to make
crease In values.
E Church opened at Olympia.
vate detectives is on the watch all of an attempt to enter the question of their closely-buttoned coats appear
agement they will afford to the
over Canada for suspicious characters, his sanity is not thought of. in view of comfortable. Mrs, Dewey accomppa-
The San Francisco strike has burghers and their effect upon the
with orders to arrest any such and the reports of the two alienists who nied her husband and remained a
resolved itself into a game of seige.
Caje Colony loyalists. The pa ["er re
Wheat — Walla Walla, nominal keep them in jail until the royal party have recently examined him.
short time. The general attendance
The czar arrived at Dunkirk, gards the new activity and daring of 55c; bluestem, 55c; valley, 55.
has left Canada. The thousands of
was not large.
France, and proceeded to Campiegne. the Boers as a crushing reply to Lord
Flour—best grades. $2.65(33.50 per switches all along the line of the
transcontinental railroad will be spe
barrel; graham, $2 60.
BOERS MAKE ANOTHER HAUL.
Roosevelt inspires confidence by his Kitchener's latest proclamation. ’’
cially guarded and locked. All traffic
Oats—Old. 90«i$l percental.
Chicago Authorities Decided There Was No
announcement that he will carry out
will give way before the royal train,
Ten Killed in Collision.
Barley—Feed, $15(3 15.50; brewing, not a wheel being allowed to turn
Captured a British Company and Two Guns,
Evidence Suffice« to Hold Them.
Warren, Mass., Sept. 25.—Ten $16.00 [>er ton.
within a distance of 200 miles of the
O. R .A N. comjiany arranges for a wer«" killed and 21 injured in a col
Killing An Officer.
Chicago, Sept. 25.—The nine an
Millstuff»—Bran. $17 ,3 18; mid duke’s train.
monthly exchange" fair—a help to the lision on the Boston A Albany railroad
dlings. $20<<r21; shorts, 919(320; chop,
here since the assassination of Presi
A New Brigadier General.
I today, between a switching freight $16.
dent McKinley were to day given their
Citizens of Marshfieid, Or., made a and a gravel train. All the killed
Hay—Timothy, $11(313; clover,
Washington, Sept. 24.—The presi freedom. Judge Cbetlain so ordering a company of mounted infantry and
man leave town bewause he spoke dis- I and injured were gravel train em- $7(39.50; Oregon wild hay. $5(36 [>er dent Has appointed Col. Janies M. after the prosecution had answered two guns, at Vlakfontein. One officer
resjiectfully of President McKinley. ' ployee, who were in the cabo<>«e eating ton.
Bell, Eighth Cavalry, and president that there was no legal evidence was killed. The Boers, in superior
dinner when the collision occurred.
them. Emma Goldman was forces, surrounded the British. Lord
Butter—Fancy creamery.25(327 *»c; of the Military Board of Review, to against
The body of the late president ar The caboose was telescoped by a gravel
not a party to the procedings. Her
dairy. 18(320c ; store, 12\(315c per be a brigadier general, vice Brigadier case is set for hearing tomorrow be Kitchener is making a strict investi-
rived at Canton. The remains were car.
General Ludlow, deceased. Gen. Bell fore Magistrate Prindeville. where she. t gation, and has sent columns of
taken to the Canton Courthouse,
will retire Oct. 1. thus leaving a va- as well as the nine men freed today, troops in pursuit of the Boers.
where they lay in state.
Eggs—23(825c per dozen.
Th« New Controller.
cancy for another appointment.
are charged with conspiracy to muder
The Gazette announces that on the
Chicago. Sept. 25. — William B
Log raft reaches San Francisco in
President McKinley. The cases in the disbandment of Lord Strathcona’s Can
Ridgely, whose appointment to the 13c; Young America, 13<^(8l4c per
Philippin« Cable Completed.
lower court with reference to the men adian corps. 29 officers have been
Chinese troops have re-entered controllervhiip of the currency was
Washington. Sept. 24.—The signal Is. of course, nullified by the action of granted honorary rank in the British
Poultry—Chickens, mixed, $3.00(3
office of the war department today Judge Chetlain today. Miss Goldman army, corresponding with their pres
will also be set at liberty, as Justice
j within a few days resign the vice- 4.00; hens, $1 00(34.50; dressed. 10(3
Czolgosz’ trial was set for next presidency of the Republic Iron A 11c per pound; springs. $2.50(83.50 received a message front Manila say Prindeville has agreed to take such ent rank. The list commences with
action in her case as the upper court the name of Colonel Stole (the com
j Steel company and leave Chicago
been laid, which allowed telegraphic
in the ca«es of the men. Attor
Mrs. McKinley wenu to tv" break- ' for Washington to assume his new <34.00 for young; geese. $»’.(39 per communication with the southern took
ney Brown said he would try to have mander of Strathcona’s horse in Soutn
dozen ; turkeys, live. 12(315c; dressed,
Africa), who becomes an honorary
most islend of the Philippine group. Miss Goldman freed today.
10(312>»c per pound.
lieutenant-colonel in the regular army.
Northern whaling fleet meeting
Big Insane Aiyfum Firt.
Mutton — Lam!"», 3\c.
B«t»«r Furl Than Coal.
with poor success.
Broke L’p the Souphouses.
Norfolk. Neb.. Sept. 25.—The ssvlum dressed, 6(36i^c per pound; sheep,
London. Sept. 23.—The succession of
Frost in the corn belt strengthens | for the insane In this city was almost $3 25, gross; dresses!, 6c per lb.
Mexico City. Sept 25 —Daniel Gug ’’regrettable incidents’’ which Lord
Tampa, Fla_ Sept. 24. — Some days
the grain markets.
completely destroyed by fire today. It ' Hogs — Gross, heavy. $6(36 25; ago the citizens' committee notified genheim. chairman of the executive Kitchener has reported has evoked
The state funeral of the late presi is believed that three inmates were light, $4 75(35; dressed, 7(37>,c per the striking members of Resistencia board of the American Smelting A editorial counsels to the government to
dent occurred at Washington.
Refining Company, is here with a party cease to endeavor to wage war by
burned to death. The fire originate«! i pound.
Neal — Small. S<39c; large, 7 union that the souphouses established of leading manufacturers engaged in proclamation and to recognize the
The charter commission went on from some unknown cause in the west
the lead industry. The party will need of crushing the Boers by force
record in favor of civil service regula wing of the institution. Loss on build (37 Sc per pound.
Beef—Gross top steers. $3 .54X34.00; that they encouraged cigarmakers to make careful inspection of smeiter» in of arms. No news has as yet been
ings and contents will probably reach cows and heifers, $3 i»883 50; dressed remain idle.
Most of them were this country controlled by the trust. received that the Boers have liberated
Roosevelt asked the member» of $300.000. Owtng to the early hour and beef. 5 S (36 *»c [*r pound.
citizens visited seven Regarding the substitution of Texas the prisoners recently captured, and
the cabinet to remain throughrout the unpreparedness of the fire depart- i Hope—10(3 He per pound.
the soup on the oil for coal in this industry. Mr. Gug according to Boer circles in Brussels’
ment but little could be done in the
Commandant-General Botha intends to
Some genheim said:
effort to eave the institution. There
"We have proved beyond all doubt hold the 150 British prisoners as hos-
Men are en route from Ohio to was «>>0 inmates In the main building Oregon, S3 12Sc; mohair, 2t\321c per of the cigar makers assisted in the
that crude otl is by far the best fuel. tages against the carrying out of the
take the places of the strikers at Ban and the efforts to rescue them were pound.
work. Six hundred strikers have re It has passed beyond the experimental t^rms of Lord Kitchener’s proclama
difficult in the extreme.
Potatoes—91091 15 per sack.
turned to work.
ntms Of flit Dll
A pair of old English brass andiron«
C<*«nin< Is Hi» Father') Side.
| The P.«n and Chapter of Westmln-
or "fire doge” were »old for 280 guin
Silverton. Or.. Sept 25.—T. W. paT ster are entitled to claim as "perqul-
eas in London the other day.
enport. who was Injured a few days site«" every article which Is taken
Into the abbey for the purpose of the
In many of the perfume factories ago by falling In the running gear of coronation, and that reverend body
reaped rich harvests in 1821, INI and
of South Eerope only the purest olive
receiving other injuries. Is reported
oil is used in fixing the perfumes of better today. His friends, however, INS.
Two thousand of the 30.000 books on
have little hopes of his recovery.
In view of the serioe condition of' the French Revolution, which have
The Forth bridge is constantly be
patient, the physicians have sent been presented to the Bibliothèque Na
Bo vast is the struc the
for Mr. Davenport’s son. Homer, the tionale by the British Museum, will
ture that it takes 50 tons of paint to famous New York cartoootsL He be kept there The remaining 28.000
give it one coat, and the area dealt started for Oregon last Saturday and will be sent to the Bibliothèque Sé
with is something like 190 acre«. wiU coma directly to Silverton.
vi gn a
Killed Her Fatherin-Lew.
Cheyenn*. Wyo., Sept. 24—Mrs.
Lena Fair shot and killed her father-
in-law, Michael Fair, at their home
in South Cheyenne this eyening.
Mrs. Fair is a girl of 20 years. She
says Fair, who is past 50 years old.
threatened to kill her and when she
fired had one hand on her throat and
with the other was reaching for his
The police found a revol
ver in the hip pocket of the dead
man. Mrs. Fair was arrested.
Reciprocity With Cuba.
May Be An Anarchut
Washington. Sept 25 —As a result
Washington. Sept 23—The police
of several conferences between Presi are looking for a man who approached
dent Roosevelt and General Wood. several pedestrians early today and
Governor-General of Cuba, it has been asked the address of President Roose
determined to negotiate a reciprocity velt’s sister, the wife of Commander
agreement between the United States Cowles, of th« navy. Several of th«
and the Island, the agreement to be officers were detailed to guard the
. Congress early in December Cowles residence. The man is de.
Cereals and machinery from the Unit
Unit- scribed as about «0 years old »Desk«
ed States will enter Cuba at reduced with a foreign accent, has a light
rates, and sugar and tobacco will be moustache, dark clothes and had a box
the principal Cuban products affected about eight tncheo long and about
by the agreement
I three and a half wida.