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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               THE ATLANTA CONST1 VOL. xxn. ATLANTA. GA.. THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20. PAGES MESSIAH TALKS I PJTS" TELLS OF A VISIT PRLCE FIVE CENTS HE TOLD THE SAVAGES. Had Haani That Christ Had jo He Examined the 'Spirit Similar Wound" Found AEO iNo'venibcr 11 Miles has "TJJJJ the i ijutaut at Fort Ouster, t LieutcrintF C Eooert ,-9 to the new religious at the chufnne agencv j to tho -enort is tho s orcnpine on his Toe -the.1 iitb he said T meeting Christ In ember ft the reservation with tuo through ishakie n 1 acitie railroad at a earlj in the morning rode all day on the railroad lark reached a fort (supposed to be Tidjrer) I stajed there two diys ind xja. a tram, and tho next jz to Fort Hall Here the man ira i ong account of his rambles among the intilhe finally reached in important II wr ita -Tb Ittot t 07 as said he they had heard he Shoshone agcnc> that the people m Mtry wereall ba 1 people but that there live 3 xxi Tjeople'there Wha I am sroing to say is the truth Tho Sitting near me were with me and t, Var witness that I speak the truth I and e have been In ing in ignorance until od fonnd out the truth All the j d Indians are brothers I was told aover knew this before 1 -caters near PyraLiid lake told me 55 bad appeared on earth again Christ knew he coming tin AJjvea his child-en were also com ta T. far land It appeared that Chris "ie go there and that was why un oascK1 y I took mv jouri ey It had beei The} told me when I got there was there also hut I di -e third inoimng 1 androds uf peo- d at this place Thev cleared a jlaeerear he agencv in the form of a circus aig and we all gathered the-e HE SAW THE _j "before sundown I saw a great many it. j. dressed in s clothes and the Christ waswitl flwra They all formed in tins ring and arounc i "Tint up sheets all around this circle b ad 110 tents Just after dark some if >L> Indians toll me that Christ fa her wi- ell ooixtd around to hnd him IE h 'aw him -iittmt, on one side of the TIS dressed in a white coat with i" e rest of h s Iressuas a white min s, c thehai tu a pair o' 11 occasms T f co un enccd our dance everybody e Cl nst sinking -while we dance 1 ced ti I late in the t when re had danced enough Ihe cold ub he was tuat day but the next morning and talk to a that Christ had been crucified to see and I saw a scar on hi; n- on his face and he seemed to T I could not sea nis feet He i s il! Ihat evening we v to ceo him dei ir hen we t. etl IIP "gun to -iinsj and he com 0 tremble ail ver vi jlcntlj for il tl en sat doii 11 "W e danced all Clinst hnifJ down us ap jEly dea 1 THF -VILSSIVH I "'le fo lowing morn np; the ChriSt was h us and wants 1 to ilk to us He T am tae man ho male thing -1 round >ou Inn uot lying to you iron I n j.ue th a eart i and t I n ve been to ai a en in i sco i ad -fr end an 1 seen n id mot er xle spoke t us about an sa 1 that it was bad tl "t e p jt too earth was U be ail rd.ii or t1 e ust be fuen Is with u Ht i i in.> i an lisobevc 1 le ord rel i s ti bt would be i fa c uf tl caith nee tho Ch lit I si eak of talked t-> i e tht ught iar he said was goo 1 I ceu nothing bad m it When I mv jeople weio ba 1 ajnd iiad img of jilt th s bo J got tiietu t 1 o 1 thtm of it j.i d rned them to tl PI i I d thc-n T I 1 Icre to hi Indians Bo Checked "Novonber Miles from today to the adjutant i i the arniv 1 at. reports tod ly ire of 1 -eatenmg tenor from Pine Kulge Q been ordered to that age icy and S T. e roit ct on encour igo tl c Q3tra n if p hs hie t je tuilmlcnt irv a e i ow i i i, t to id in omlicaK timo uUieeii this and severe s believed that any othor course may i-i e Iiostilitie Thus far 110 Indians s lejortoJ a.b h left their reaer t' 1 ostilo in 1 bcl ofaeklte General Miles o of e taken r r ifl ineisu-os >ou troors to T o ebud and Pine Ridge .n i so o 3 01- proposed efforts i p-otection o the n nff s lar as hie o 1 if possible ao i o hostilities for the tho a ancii g season jr ncr i tjpantuni shall make rat on of ro ps more with ess to tho sur t emeu ml artillery at I allot troops will cr ler if tit emergency occq i c L 11 oi T sclntd savs that MIC l Ii i c f both 1 osebud ami n i ti OIBS 1 c bj OICH of tro s th it has er been i' the t i itcd states since the i in irzona ai d that couli aceii re established there Tliifa Q3 c companies 01 itr> eg f under General cr corij ttn eb of the Seventh t rea 1 i ess to siaH froi i i1 or' eyene at an hour notice ii e I in f rtj our ic os -L.ro onlj n t lo it Indi ojK of a nntil THE OPINION. Dolpb, of Orocon, Says the X.otlfi0 Bill Not Bo Poised. Va November W United States Senator Joseph N Dolph, of Oregon who camo down from Washington to attend the Alusomo Scottish Kite reunion, which closed last night with a grand banqnet, returned to the national capital thiaafteruoon I had a pleasant chat with him jrwt as he was about to hoard the north bound tram Mr Dolph is a republican serving his second terra m tho senate He is a lawyer by profes- sion, and was Henrj Yillard in Oregon being president or director of all tho lines Tie couveraUion naturally drifted to political matters, and I asked the senator if he thought I edge's election Oil' would pass tho senate He taid it would not He seemed to be quite derided on that pomt He said tho reapportionment Trill would probably be the measure of most ab- sorbing interest in this winter He thought the bouse was too large and unwjoldy now but he could not say what sort of a bill would pass The senate would bo ant to con- cur in whatever the bouse decided was best Blame would bo tho re- publican nominee 1111892, Senator Dolph said that was too hard a question to answer He said he would rather guess on the question of tho democratic nomination Although he could only narrow that down to or Hill Ho thought it would he one or the other He had long been a personal friend of Hill The two read law together m New Xoik He spoke of Hill as a man ot great political shrewdness and of decided ability Tho sen- ator is a very fine looking man, tall and veil proportioned, with a iron gray beard He received many courtesies while here, and this morning ho called on Grand Secretary William B Isaacs, at the latter's office cor nor of Ninth and Main to pav his respects as he is the representative of the grand lodge of irginia while Mr Dolph represents the grand lodge of Oregon THE ALABAMA bENATORSHIP. AMEEICANS IN BATTLE. SUPPRESSING AN INSURRECTION. Americans Bally to tbe Support of the Ptesident, Who la for Their Services OBLJDANS, November 19 limegr Democrat's Tegucigalpa Honduras special says The insurrection of General Sanchez, which was quelled ou isalwrday by the tefcap- ture of the arsenal and the capture and ehooc- ing of the insurgents chief results m a aon- ons loss to the American colonj, gallant Colonel -llden H Baker, of aSew Orleans, being killed Henry Smith, of uoiuidcd The tragic events leading up to this tad loss to the small number Ameri- cans here have been bre-w ing for some ti me, al though no insurrection at the Fourteen Ballots and No Result the Candidates Stand Ala November 10 caucus adjourned at 10 o clock "without I ing made a nomination The figures tele graphed jou show that the Seay boom has set in and the supporters of the say the ground swell will take place early in the en gagement tomorrow night Sony 3 position in the struggel is in every way desirable He has a strenght which will not be wheedled cijoled or temfaed and Ins managers are in the highest state of exultation It 13 evident that there woa much political trickery during tonight s ballot- ing but if that is the game 8eay la the bene ficiary as he quits with the prestige of the highest vote he has yet recsU ed in the light, wbicu is a strong card and will bo skilfully played by his supporters between the time of adjournment tonight and assembling tomorrow night Push s friends are throwing themselves into the struggle now with a vim and while there ere en votei short of his highest at the time of quitting they say it signifies nothing and that he will go in with n whoop at tbe propei time The supporters of Commissioner Kolb form a solid phalanx earnestly devoted to hit, inter ests and seemingly in the highest accord with anything which he mav feel ia to his advan- tage If they stick to Kolb aa they say they l and as they apparently are doing, the struggle may be prolonged for many days Watts his a following devoted but very small and bis only chance of success is the baro one that the caucus may bo wearied into him the nomination after a pro- longed deadlock as acompromise caiididateac ceptable to all j. allow ms are tbe last three ballots Twelf'h Pugb, 51 KoJb Ji Seay, 30 "Watts 12 Thirteenth 40, Kolb, 30 Seay, "Watts S 1 ourteenth 44 Kolb 3J Seay, Watts 11 one suspected ail time it occurred IIIEY svrroaT HOGRO. Some weeks ago the Americans in Honduras, sixty m Tegucigalpa and about 200 in the re public, signed a paper agreeing to support President Bogran, in case an effort at refla- tion was made President Bogran was not at the capital whoii tho cmeute occurred, but as soon as the reached him he hastened to the vicinity of Tegucigalpa and began to organize a force for its capture THE AMERICUIS RALLY Soldiers from other departments were to his assistance people rose in Americans rallied to his standard from all of tlie republic, bringing with them their Winchesters On the 13th tho troops of the president re- captured the palace after stubborn fighting n which tho Americans boie a conspicuous (rt On the 14th Fort Teona was stormed Tho arsenals and bar-acks carried by assault on the 15th Sanchez escaped from tho city, but was promptly pursae 1 aptured and shot, WILL BE HONORED. TO RECEIYJ5 A TITLE OF AOBILXTY PROM THE HANDS OF THE EMPEROR Ihe Demand for the Xgrraph So Great that tho Supply IB eign News Generally. 10 a reward for his services in the interests ol the medical science, the emperor will jirobably confer a title of nobihty upon Professor Koch The professor state? that the government mnst prepare lymph used in tho cure of tubercalos s To- morrow s number of The German Medical Weekly will contain an article signed by Bergmann, Fraentzel and William and Staff Sargeon Moehl, in" which they declare after ex- periments in many different cases, thay are prepared to fully endorse Professor Koch s statement regarding his remedy Some of the evening papers warn the public against the illusions entertained by maiiv re- garding the efficacy of Koch's jremedy They also complain that the stock of lymph is being exhausted The Tageblatt says that Koch's procedure so far is onen fo severe criticism, because he lias only given his lymph to a fow collabo- rators whom he could thoroughly trust to follow his instructions, while great scientific itabhshments and hospitals are excluded from the ueneflts of the discovery The Tageblatt considers that'dissatisfaction medical men and many patients who to submit to treatment is quite just in ed tmd declares that the present ar rangements must he allered The demand for Dr Koch's syringes is so great that manufacturers are unable to fill all their orders Professor Koch asserts that the recurrence of tuberculosis alter treatment by his method is extremely rare It E 31 EDY thus ending tho brief bloody and hopeless professor Koch m this week's number of The revolution The general president of the lie public lias acknowledged in a general order his thanks to the American for their powerful assistance AftD WHITE The Sickening? Infatuation of a INorth Carolina Clrl. KALFIGH, N C November ]Sews was received here todaj of the elope uient of Mary alias Polly Johnson, daughter of Starling Johnson a white man living near Clayton Johnston county with Henry White, a nogro who for ten years had been a 'ahorer on Tohiihon s farm The girl is young and the negro ia about twenty -sears old Ho is a ion of a white woman ho some j ears ago came to Ralei_h from Warren county Last night at 10 o clock the Johnson girl got quietly out of her fathers house and v as driven in her fathers buggy to Raleigh Here they toot tho train soon aftei midnight the man procuring a" ticket to Greous- boro and the girl one to Kichmoiid They told a negro woman hero named Lockhart, ho is White s cousin that they were tromg to Boston where they could marrv hite told the Lockhart woman the girl's OH n brother had brought them here The Lock- hart woman went with them to the train bought their tickets The matter nu Jjid before the policeaoday and thov are making efforts to secure tlie arrest of the elopiftg couple ROBBING A THJS- FKLhIIJIOTIiLL PREFERENCES Of the Edito-liil Association In fiession in Richmond RICHMOND Vi ]Sovember 18 [Special A sentiment permeitea ho press of the Old Dominion Tho arc almost a iiuir in of his nomination the i residency two jears hence The> uem to f i iH roriect tlio sentiment of the in ui ities u winch they are pub ished Me nbtrs of tlie Stite Press Ab ociation now n sei.aion here spoken to this opening in tl o sublet ot o receive tlie nonuna n ni J Thirtj fivu express the bohef I xt it will be eland oome of them h nl it tliat Hill iniy be bo htroiig ew as to piui on the ox president out :i the hole they incline to the beiief hit the latter will win Out, of the other two limks Cleveland should be the man and- ic-b that if tl e co itesi, between, him and Hill erj close Pittisou of Pe insylvania may in Several referred to him and Ca np >il of Ohio as uood presidential timber and latter was ruoie froqueutly than any OHO spoken of as tho most man for lie pccond plact, A great many are in favor f Hill going to the senate from nd gn mg the noiaination to Cleveland, who made bold to force the tariff reform issue v hich practically triumphed in the recent lection A CEANK [e Shoots a Lady and Saja He Will Kill tho x President "NEW YORK, 1') Johii T Davis night shot Misi Gladys Pnce organist of -he Manners church she was leaving the church after tho service arrested and proved to he a dangerous cr-mk, if not in absolute lunitic Ho asserted that Miss Pnce was h s wife that si e was beins; pursued by Cleveland and th.it he intended to kill Mr Clove and ilisH liad never spoken to Davis in her Hfo tuid knew nothing of him except that ho iDmetiino. -Upended tLo Mariners chnrch DaMs in court ro- imiided to iwiit the result of Miss Pnco s in- juries He riinbled in his talk, and repeated his statement that it was his intention to have shot President Cleveland Miss Pnce will piobib recover although she was shot through tlio Trustetl Employes of the Gulf Colorado and. Saute Fe Under tlie Ban. HOLSTON, Tex November 18 rSpeciol state of affairs has bccu in exist- ence on the G-nlf Colorado ind le railway for some time and since the re cent changes of officials all the discrepancies have come to light It appears that thiouph some means the road his been defrauded out of 000 wo-th of cott m and that during the present cotton season some eighty e car loads o[ compressed cotton aitrw The ofhtials inll onlv saj that tho above is true and will not divulge what evidence they collecte 1 against suspt c 1 parties who are in the main truste 1 employes The shrinkage has been and the coin pany is in possess on of All tho facts which will be sp when tho time comes THE Ol I> VN1ATIOV Captalu Hugh Colquitt s TV Scheme UOTP It TTorlea Tenn ember 19 [Spe Captain Hugh Colquitt of fj-oorgia n connection with a nnirbei locil capi alists has> bought 400 icios f and OH the East Tennessee roil this t, de ot Ooltewah for the purpose of ere ting a King Cotton s palnco The idea is tt> have and maintain an old time cotton plant iCion in tho manner of the original so itheru cotton fields and tho eompam expects to make the cotton product more than jav the evpon.se ot the en The purj osc is to make the pi intitioii a point of interest for people from all sections to visit and to t tho primitive  succeed herself but a quiet movement his been inaugurated in favor of Mrs Toster wul tho contest now seems mevit- able Tho Sun's Cotton Review November futures oneiied at ten decline on near months and partially one point advance on late months from yester day a closing prices Hie early dec me was due not only to the sharp break that took placo in Liverpool, but to a renewal of tho disturbing financial news from London, where the Jlaok of the acceptances JSanng Bros Nnvem bt r upti nu hold 3 centu ther viaB cheer innn the as this price tv m t r tit MI in hut there wi_s i muck raljv anlctl a partuJ rccuverj at I iverpool in the the market became quite buoyant owiug to bmatl receiptiiat tic lurtsoiiU a general improvement in the financial situation whtcnnot only led to fresh buying to cover, but The London Stock Martet. LONDON, November 19 stock exchange today was a prey to rumors, none of which were founded on facts It will be astonishing if today's consternation is not followed by a sharp rally There is nothing in the monetary situation to create uneasiness Tho Bank ot England return, will probably exceed 000 and is expected to reach a week later Every facility will be given by the Bank of England and other banks to bor- rowers on stocks and other securities Country banks have ceased to withdraw money from London, and thero is every appearance that the sub-acute panic is over There was a very sharp rally this afternoon all around Prices did not fully recover, bat the market was re- and business, which had been practi- cally impossible, was resumed even, in most speculative stocks________ Xfae Ecumenical Council. !N overaber 19 gen- eral committee to make arrangements for tho assembling of the ecumenical council of the Methodist church met in Wesley hall, in this city, todaj Those present included Bishops Foss, man, Hurst, Hendnx, Gorman, Payne, Aruett Chancellor Garland, of Van- derbilt university General Superintendent Carman and others representing all the divis- ions of tho church and all parts of the country Tho Victim Is Dead CHATTANOOGA. Tenn 19 cial Robinson and A TV Hassell, both stonecutters, quarreled about some tools The ho was passed, and Robinson draw back, as though to strike Hassell The latter was too quick for him and knocked Robinson down with a inallett Robinson died at noon from concussion of the brain, and Hassell is locked m jail charged with murder He Opened Keciatered letters. WASHI'.CTO-V, November 19 post? ofhre department wai notified today of the arrest of Henry C Merntt, superintendent of of the registry division in Memphis, Tenn postomce charged with embezzling valuable registered letters The telegram states that he has made a full confession of his guilt. He with an incrustation, formed by exuding a eon m-law of the postmaster at Memphis. tion The convention will be in session all the lfc ia OTor feels i an wall__avan ItatfOf tr, 1 mcly better, in fact, than before tae injection THS SKCONO REACTION The second, or local, reaction produced by the injection of the fluid in a natient suffering from tuberculosis can be observed in ner bons wlwse tuberculous affections are visible, as for instance, in tbe case of persons suffer ing from lupus. TJ e changes which ensue in these cases show in a surprising manner the specifically anti tuberculous effect of the rem- edj Within a few hours after an in jrctson of the fluid has been made under tbe skin of the back the Inpns sores begin, to swell and redden Daring the fever tho eiper ences as already described tho swelling at d redden ng of the biros inrrea-iO until iiually lupus tissues assume in places a dark brown tint and a ne- crotic condition the subsidence of the leve" the swelling of the sores fraduallv decteased and poAaiblv disappeared within two or three dajs Meanwhile, how- ever, the Inpus centres have become ered Irish Members of Parliament "Will Remain Loyal to Him. November 19 a private meet- ing of Irish members of parliament in DuoHn todav it was unanimously resolved to remain loyal to Mr Parnell Greatp reparations are being made for a meeting to be held in Leinster hall tomorrow Umtod Ireland e do not desi to coed He Mr Parnell a grievous am but Ireland which he haa berved s long faithfully with such dear dc votion and such auccese, he may at le iSt look for generous f irbearance in tae hour of his trial To his praise be it spofcen that he has not attempted to shield .himself liy perjury He 3 iclded to a temptation to many great and wise n.eu Biiccurabed smco and before the davs of Klnc litvid He has atoned b> what to a man of his Sroud and high spirit must have been indeed itter and humiliating- .But to the coercioniht clamor for h s dismissal from the Irish leadership, Ireland s aoswer is a klnrp and decjrrve No Irishmen haic no mission to judge bis private life Leave that to his conscie ice and to his God, who weighs temptation with ffers THE HAVE IT. They Are In Possession of tlie Pacific Steamship Company. NEW YOBK, Kovember 19 Gould party have gained control of the Pacific Mail Steamship Company At a meeting of: the di- rectors of that company today, thereslgnationa of Edward Lauterbach, C M Maghee and Oliver A Payne were receH ed and George T Gould Jay Gould and Russell Sage were elected to their places Then J B Houston resigned the of president, and was suc- ceeded by George J Gould, who immediately offered a resolution that Mr Houston be elected vice president and general manager. This resolution was carried without dissent The Tariff on Horses. SAN AUTOVIO, Tex, November cial new law imposing a tariff of per head on horses imported from Mexico to this country, is having a very depressing effect on that extensive branch of trade along the Rio Grande border A prominent horse dealer, from Eagle Pass, now in the city, states that tinder the new law the cheapest way of import- ing horses across tho border IB to run them over the river have tho custom house officials to seize -and eell the animals, and buy the stock in at from to SU each, and receive besides your pay as an informer The Officers Were Ready. SAV ANTONIO Tex November 19 cial west-bound passenger train on the Texas Pacific railroad was held up by a band of robbers, at a lonesome spot between the sta- tions of Pecos and Sierra Elonca, Sunday mght According to the news of the attempt received here the plan of the robbers had been previously made known to the express company, and the express car was loaded with armed men, who resisted the attack of the rob hers successfully A number of shots were fired by both sides, and one of the guards ol the car was wounded Saved Their IJves ,by Jumping. CHATTANOOGA, Tenn Isovember 19 cial A head-end collision of freight engines on the Alabama Groat Southern is reported from Cottondale The Tuscaloosa operator failed to deliver an important order for side- tracking, and the north and south bound trains came together with a crash, demolishing both engines and wrecking several cars The train- men saved their lives by jumping from the tram. _ _ Augroita Races AtJGTTSTA, Ga "November Third day of Augusta Jockey Club races, weather cooler, at tendance daily growing larger First race, trotting Walton E. won, Blossom Second Time, 2 2 39 Z3Q% Second race mile and a quarter, Insolence won, second Time, 2 01 Third race three quarters of mile, Claymore won, St. Andrew second Time, 1 .33. He Has Made an N C November 19 [Spe- cial J D Tacker who recently came here rom Montgomery county, this state, and >pened barroom and restaurant, made an assignment today Liabilities witt about 31 500 assets Among the preferred creditors are Bose Bailey, of Atlanta, for ,8050 TELEGRAPH BREVITIES. Balfour made a speech at Grimstjy, Ireland, last night. Amount of silver purchased yerterday, mnces A fresh expulsion of anarchUts from Switztr- and is imminent. Joseph F Becker, teas and coffees, ISewYorfc, made an assignment yesterday Austria and Germany nave agreed upon the undlttoni of taring of the reepective cotmtriea. JnninsT Harris, superintendent of Oxford, C orphan asylum, died yestertUy at Durham. The Waterbnry, Conn., Button company baa ad vaxiced the wages of ivorytrattoa tamers lOpei DU Over hatters are Idle in Danbory, Coniu. owing to tho lockout, but an early il looked for. MeMrs. O'Connor and Hintnptoo, of the tdlb addrewed an Norwich, Conn.   

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