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FIGHTING AT LAST.
Trs Gallant Seventh Under
Forsyth Have a Bloody
Encounter with Big
Captain Wallace of toe Seventh
Killed with a War Club
and Lieut. Oerlington
Great Excitement Exists at
Pine Rioge but Cel. For
syth Believes tlhe
worst is Over.
A Partial List of the Killed and
Wounded with all the
Details of the Fight
A Fight With Uestlil..
OMAHA, Neh., Dec. 9.--A special
Sto the Be. IrWm Pine klidieasnounce*
a ighbt with botllle yesterday. Cap
I tlan Wallace of thb Seventh cavalry
and several other ofmers were killed
I and a number wounded. There Is
grreetexeltement at t.. reservatlon. I
Tb battle was fought last nltgt on
Puoeuplae ers*, and a number were
killed oe both sides. Captain Wallace
sad other olaers of lower rank of the i
veevtb eavalry a e samlsg the killed. J
No more partlelsrs are obtainable.
5. sMpent at Whieteam.
WAsu arox, Dee. 3.-Thm war
departmet has reeoled no report of
any fiAght between the Seventh esvalry
and the Indlane.
Ameir ess ma.
OxAEA, Doee. .-A opeela the
Bee fomo the PIN Bldge ageey sayse
e ulerm.t m the bed lads, who arm
rived hm this monrnin, anmameued
tha a bloody ,id despemroe esMot
eeeued thise mera'ag e Poealpime
eek, between United 8tetL troops
sad hostl.. Big Feat's hn had
been sermnaded by troop., as detailed
In tle Bee's dpelltehe. and whe the
omerw ere belang disarmed by Oslenel
Foryth, a bloody e0eslter took
plies. CaptaJl Wahseo, eommeadlag
"K" troop o thoe Seventh eavalry, was
killed; Lieteterit Garl liate of the
mue eglment war, ahet In the arm.
sYvUAL UOLDIsUUas WI AIaO
and a eumber of Isalas also bit the
duet. The gremtet exetteomet pro
valle hem among the agency employ.
m, sad also among the Meadlie.,
assoy of whom a re latives of the
young buets now ca the wsrpetb.
Grave r arU we entertained bher tar
thbesmftyof thls post. Details of the
beatle ar expected hourly. The eour.
lor who brought tbe sews of the ens.
Rlot eold only give the hots relation
to the onset. The abshove news was
substantiated by an oMelal dispeteb
rerlved at headquarter. of the de
partment of the Platte. It ceased a
great deal of exeitement and regret.
It had ben fondly bhopd by all de.
pertment oimern that the dlmoulty
AVE1TED WITHOUT IILOODW)HI),
epeoially as the camlaign seemed to
be on the eve of ciosing. The manner
in which the Indianu setrd, hot'ever,
as de-crlbtd In earlier telegrams,
oaused some of the Indian fighters to
feel that treachery would be prastled
when the troops came to the actual
w.l.k (.f dilarunlg them. Thesb feat
have been realised. The ieventh
cavalry la the regimen, a contingent
of which died around Custer in '7t,and
the fate of sonm of its membes now
will have as efect on the survivors
whblb will not be at all fremdly to.
ward the bostiles.
m.e.rst KMl W Im o.Owesm.
CEICAGO, Doe. 31.-Tb. Ibliewlug
w romsl,. as army hudQduwr.e t
might Mt 9.5 hNe Ne:
rptd City, B. D.. Doe. 3, IM.-Col.
H.C. G.Mi, Araj ebmquwrtwe,
Volmel Fonyrh mppo5 thea whbl
dbumlmg I 3 Peat's bsmd a rht 55.
smmi. CryIm l eeNlsw mm a M
mails. wow Millb/ Lleatemmt Our.
11a0.m mmd ilusfNtt. wen wumdsd.
Thee mL. eS UeMN swr
of di a IY , d b wil/he
5.bmm plus Sm. ". Sims thu i skb
maeI naee sod e bmtd de P M Oi
BbwesomhiE U vi.
his. burnº M 69 Mop wu
rotnt from the bed .sad, ala:s quite a
nuamtr of Two Strike', band oliug
tward Forsytb. The troop. bre ro
r diuod, MILtU. Commanding.
OxtIAi. Dec. 29.-A ,ms*ad spee·al
to the Be. from Pen Ridpr apey
sys: Anther Afght has ooeurred.
this time nsar the genmey. This after
norn one of Colonei Forsyth's troope
of the eventb cavalry were fired on
by some Indians who wenot fromr
Rosebud camp, near Pine Ridpg and
on their return they fired into the
agency. Thb cauwd a skirmish In
wboes two soldiers were wounded.
The Indiaen who were camped near
where tblh skirmshb took pisae, moved
west to thbe reek sear the agreny.
Owing t the absenoe of the cavalry,
there is great trepidation bhre. Indian
seoute who have Just aome iLn y that
but few of Big Foot's men are left
omllat Drom mil.s.
WArnItEoOcs, Dec. 2..-Ofmelal di..
patches from General Mile. dated
Ripid City, S. D., were re.eived to.
night by General Schofeld, telling of a
fight in the bad land, today between
Indian ho.tl'ei and whibl troop,. The
lltUsatihi.i wer- fl-.t setl t * G neral
Hru.nor, then to General Miles. The
ir.t was a t sliowls: "Whit-,ido, had
four ir.wtl.p f ev.:ry and held tbe
Indianal ill For yth 0es,.hed him wilth
tour mote trcspe lear night. At 8:30
thl ominrnsinlg while disarming the
Indlian. a fight commnced. I think
ve'r few Indian*. esaped. I think we
will have thie matter io hlaed w seoor
mall are in isl'ios. Tiere was ao
precaution omnittd. Tbhe.lgt .werred
ner the head of Wounded Knee.se.k.
I bare Just ne many of Ithe ldIae
who west oet teuids Forsyth this
mratnl eom bewb ."
The mat dispteb was: "Geseal
steka asespaphs [rem Forsyth the
report that whlendanamals Big Fot's
head thi melrslg a Aght a -serted.
Oaptis Walles. sad Ive skiete
were killed. Iieutlssst Ou.lisgess
as, Aless mr wetr wounded. The
ldle..j ae belag heaied up In all d..
restless. Neie s besew to ave*
gieles ther p.ltes. Oseemrl brunk
ls replete that nssy of the yneag
wratse that wre aledges est oher
camp Is the had ad s tohe agemey
lhe gsretoweeds Pusyth. All the
teeps have bes usllSed. .ausel
Pe tyth had teo battises of the
evesth iealry sad HIetbkle seus.
Other tmsep we l elmse prestmity."
A laterdispeteh mys: "Ooeeral Brooke
reprts that two obet wre red seal
the Pie Bidges ageery by eema e*
sad meveael tree we re Is rsaters.
Quitoe a mber of Two Mtrike's head
rea away and all at the ageey erea
greaty oleted. All this maes mat
tee look more .rIes'."
.oCnOIIL $OT I PII|D.
WA.urnorow. Dee. !S.-O.Il
hebodold,though deegly m rleettlm the
oceurrefle, was not
when be learned of thbe di
played by the ldlans I 1n tib t re
ferred to above. Hi had bees os the
lookout fl r treaher all the time; it
was almost Inevitable. That the
trouble would end without a conflict
of thib kind was almost too mucb to
be hoped fir. $o far as he a1ld e14
just now, thee appeared no lurtber
danger at Land, except that to be
feared from the dl.armament of the
band of Indians still out, though the
e-oiteenot following the ight of to
day might be the means of leading to
further trouble. iecretary Promtor
also ,xpre.eed regret on scomunt of the
occurrence. a. he had hoped for a set
tlement of the trouble without further
booJrbed. He supposed that in.snameh
Ia Big Foot was connected wlh 141It
log Bull's band, it was a cape of where
the* Indian wanted revenue fir Ibe
killing of thi.'r friends. Both .eere.
tary Proctor and tUeneral Ikhofleld
felt disinolined to talk at legthb In the
ahseu. of detailed nlbreatlon.
Uw"m now SU~ .SS
Wouunuv KItm CAN?, Dec. Se.
3rlght mmd early wine the suesw up
thUs anulug. At " o'elnek they cv
uded to be In medlus tern,..
At that hem the mvduw d dm.atrcr
h 0 Weonre wsmmmd Sheet lbe Is
jim" ilhleg al Mebklm Pom (%w
MM"ia theee mp me t My yvswef.
(Mmd Fet mythp eruead eMt She Im.
diem tor femu tvM ad msa halt
16W Ntou. Thein mim an so y
bW uel ls smItH eushmt. thl,
munnd wteeps -m ten mmw
emendam "hmoorm K, cowm
Vaalem., mmdi.t.Pi samd (Ip*S
Vmsn.. lb Setdws - 1mn Aftem
ww~ WS0U -r I·Yr
M Ot rlwr w M 4 0 1110
4M L I i If* 13
I vllage, resalil.g ls tblrty.-eighls'
be onr tounl. As tthi4 task was shet
oi nple*ed the Indian, surr noded L
compalies K and B. began to meast
All of asudden they threw their ba
to the geoendand gan fring ra
at the trnps, not twety feet away.
The tronpi were at a disadvastep,
fearisl the bhootleg of their own eeo.
rodeo. Indian men, wom.n mad
hbldren then ran to tbho.eth battelp,
frlng rapid as they ran. oose the
mounted troops were aftes them,
shooting them down as every aids.
The enginemaeot s.ate fully ma beor
and a haf. To the oneth may tak
tuage In a ravine, from whise It was
dImleult to dislodge them. It Il sem.
mated that the soldiers killed ind
wounded number saret fifty. Jet
Iow it Is Impossible to state the e*ag
-umb.r of dead Indians. May mese
than fify, bowever, were killed est.
right. Tbesoldler. are 'sh oting Is.
disne down a herever found, ms
quarter l.ling givn l~" anyone. (ap.
lain Wallace, K tr,i.,, with tUo cay.
sly. was killed and LI'.uten.nt OGer
lington, of Ar.ie l fans, was shbe
tbrougb the arm nt the e!btw. The
trwtpsi are still lrio fromu the wcau
and pursu'og tbhenemy in every d.
rerionu. To say it wau a daring ;seat
1~0 Indians attacking 500 cavalry,
ezpresse the situation but faint y.
It could bave only been insesity
wbhic onrmpted such a deed. It I
doubted that before light nether a
buck or veqaw out oof I (,f Big Fee's
band will be left to tell the tale of this
day's trearitery. Members of me
Seventh eavalry have one muss
sbhw tbeesve tto be heroes
deed of daring. Slalle handed us.
Blaet were seem all over toe field. The
death of Captain Wallace asses mekt
remaoe. The peor tell w hm i
Sdeath by a blew se the head bps
VUA" Lin .1 of KSm ami Weefe
OMANA. Is, W-Yh. lbSt at ulih
m d wsa.dr edN mlU r r new
.aeedlad, ILa b mwe
Cepam Wallo.. oeume der St
nivat. Ok, 3 troop.
Father t rft.,a a. Lieh pebsl,
morlally wmmde.Is lowap
Private Vmak 1"I.. 3 Weep.
PutvMe duL..., K t"P.
e. E. s1wis, K Weep.
Cerpuml CUwe.. K Vmp.
Davis, dauelwgsd, 'Neky, UJL
Ga. huute.. Serge. Woevd, Imwepeslt
Wells, LInat. KiIg~, Trumpetr 3m.
Ckoliulese, meriafy manded.t
Surnt. UsmeIll, Private Zek., A
serge. Dye, N. 0. bumeen, (lwart
'KwetS. K tasgi.
Seure. Wid, 3 trt'e.
$srge. HEtebbi... mortully.
Hlpp..sewa, I lr . p.
Private Adam., K tromp.
Cerperl Newell, H troop.
This I. oa y partial II.'. Abouu a
di.e moe are reported t. dead, hNiso
erm olue, are killed. White tm
iycflv. or man ae wounded, many K
lb. wounded my die. Capt. WaW
w 4 tomMbhwked quarly Ia the Ar
bead. Inems. Kimuig irelved butm
.11gbt wound In lbe cwd of bin makb.
A SaV tmrhg Wi
An artesian well. ow I....
pleId. at Peith. Hungary. las r m
a depth of 1,400 yards. and by threne
it s Anhed will be t dhe pes d e tu
kind In the world. It Is lntemd"
supply hot water for a peat bath be
connected with a large hotel at p
eat that which is obtalned hlas a tt
peamture of 1(4 degs Fah. mbels em
It Is expected that I.500 yasds wIUeak
the temperature to 180 dog. o >
degs. The mawst eurIous featwue a
this well Is the adaptation to It ot aI
matle ane.liunery fur boring. the
power fur which is supplid by theIl
Itel.L By thisb eats the bul.ig W
been conducted at doable ipt pmo
rate. Surely thisla e.t age Ui
water sprtling fnom a weso am b
harnessed as to leelasm theo ,
the well hvem wMsh It a
Asp Samsm Weasmue.
b NAe- Ramo ee be .L
be4rrow m cumed
-rr-a "at' a .gt
(thiY r that I ae timp