Reno Evening Gazette, July 14, 1890

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Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - July 14, 1890, Reno, Nevada JOB WORK The Neatest, The Best, At the Qazotto Offlco. VOL. XXIX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, MONDAY, JULY 14, 1890. NO. POWDER Absolutely Pure. A cream of Highest -n 'eov Qwvnimrnt Zi 1889. powdjr. strength. -lux. Tljl V Over One Hundred People Drowned. Steamei Stank by the Death- Dealing: "Whirlwind. -W -A- TO ZE3I THIS SPACE ,FOR... One Week Bj Associated I're'-s) Sr. PAUL, July terrible cy- clone struck the region about Lake McCarron and Lake Gervais late yes- terday afternoon, and in a short time the scene was beyond description. Gepvals a num- of summer houses were blown down ati'i ccrHu'it, ii- injured. The Colcmau House has been, tiansformed into a hospital, and from the neighborin" country the dead were brought in, soon fill lug the house. From Luke Gervais the cyclone- passed clue east, a great deal of property and killing a number of people. It is believed that nearly all of the excursionists have been drowned on the lake. CHICAGO July late dispatch in regard to the steamerltfisaster in a cyclone on Lake Pepiu last night, says that seventy-four btfdfesiiave been re- covered, and the rescue is being pushed by boys.eu- can ped up the 'ivcr. Thirteen bodies have Been identified is follosvb: Miss Ilempling, Charles Hf'iiipliug, i'reil Ilempling, Miss ChaHea Dinslugo, Henry Stef- ions. ntue Steeper, Francis Stee- 7-.i, Miuuic Katie Daly, Miss Lk -.in, Minnie Fisher, Charles Din- si Eddie C.ir'-.toplieraoc, Herman rlioper, Will Hipper, George Harris, v 'i; Woehrn and eon, Milly Kiby, Cordy Johnson, Kloy Smith. Myrt-e Mero, Ira Fulton. RsuwiN'o July 1 now quite probable that there ure yet fifty or sixty people missing, in addi- tion to the hht of identified dead. It is thought nil of these are in the wreck which lies oil' u pointof land near Lake City. The undertaking establishment here is crowded with the friends of the dead, and many cases of prostration have occurred. Busiue.ss is completely at a stand- still. The bodies of thosn drowned in Luke Pepin last night, to the number of 62, arrived in this city this morning. The whole town is in mourning. The bodies were curried to their respective homes. The following ie a list as far as iden- tified: John Heftier, wife and two children children Mrs. lilaker and two child- ret1; Mis. Hoinfohling and three child- Mrs. tiiu! daughter; I About 70 bodies have been f and it is thought that at least 50 more I are fast in the bottom of I the lake. 1 REDWING the night 55 bodies were recovered, and up tolOoclock this morning seven more had been pulled out. At ha'f- past 10 the bodies of a woman and child, to which a rope had been at- tached, were drawn from the water. At noon a total of 68 bodies had been found. The estimates vary to the total number of dead. There were over 200 on the steamer. ST. PAUL, July to the testimony of those who witnessed the storm, it first gathered in the vicinity of Snail Lake, several miles to the northwest of Lake Gervais, and something 'like eight miles from St. Paul." It proceeded slowry gen- eral movement, and first began its work of destruction about three miles from Schurmeier by destroying some good cottages, a barn and several windmills. After this it seemed to bound into the air, striking the earth again near the hamlet of Little Can- ada, where the first Berious damage was done. Again it skipped a space of about a mile, and once again low- ered to the earth and resumed its work of destruction. Its fury culminated near the shore of Lake Gervais, where five deaths were caused. Onco again the storm seemed to rebound into the air, only to return to the earth half a mile further on, where the ruins of the Place and its bruised inmates were left to bear witness to its relent- less power. Here its force seemed to to be spent, and as it proceeded east- ward it assumed simply the nature of a high wind, accompanied by a thun- der storm. Hail as large as medium-sized olives was ono of the features at White Bear. SILVER A HUMAN REMAINS FOUND, The President Having Signed It. People Killed in a Railroad Accident, Five Silver BUI By Associated Prcss.l WASHINGTON, July Presi- dent approved the silver bill immedi- ately upon its recejpt at the White House. A MERITED COMPLIMEJiT. By AssociaSB Press. NEW YofeK, July John C. Fremont died at the home of his adopted daughter yesterday afternoon from inflammation of the bowels. Arrangements were made to-day for the funeral, which will take place at 10 o'clock on Wednesday morning from the Episcopal Churqh St. Igna- tns. It will bo as quiet and unosten- tatious as possible. There will be no military display. Mrs. Fremont and the General's daughter, Elizabeth, are in Los Angeles and will, of course, be unable to get here in time for the in- terment, which will be in Trinity eem- etern, this city. Which Wore Probably Thoae of a Murderer. The Truckee Republican of the 12th inst. says: Last Thursday morning the two little sons of Joseph Von Fine, while driving cows, found some frag- ments of bones, some wearing apparel, a c'nff-button and several small coins on topot a high about a -iid a liaii ith a large per- centage of prizes. A Wire. By Associated Press.l NEW ORLEANS, July H.-Spr-cial from Dallas, Texas, says a flrf. broke out this morning and is spreading rapidly; the merchants exchange and GouH building are almost con- sumed, and the entire block is likely to be destroyed. These ara the finest buUdmsB in loss may amount to over a million. toer Park Mineral Sprigs Hotel OW OPEN i-'OK tion ol guests. THK ACCOMMO1JA- arms and legs and portions of the ver- Peter Govlen, and five i It is thought the remains are those of Edwurd Grimm, who killed Jacob Aipersbuch at Fesfler's dairy ranch June Grimm had a difficulty with a boy named Munroe, and Aip- ersbnch told him to take some one of his size, whereupon Griinrn turned to him and shot and killed bini. After emptying the revolver at several other men standing near, Grimm fled to the hills, and has never since been seen. At the time of the homicide Grimm had on his best clothes, and as near as can be remembered by those who last saw him, tloy were similar to those found. ny rail to Truckee: from there my rtane runs

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