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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               THE ATLANTA CONSTITUTION. VOL. XXII. ATLAKTA. OA., FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 21. PAGES BRI1LIAXT_ SPEECH THE PRICE FIVE CENTS TOAST d States Duty 31 Citizen to Be to Our Great Country. I 3lloa gave it-> 1 The Jewelers annualjbanqnot tonight 3l T the -u-d puna pal speakers Grover dent aad r-entlemen eland He The sentimen: t tticino so vast and so ani- V I -uiTemt jrnssed to attempt to deal II uacurc'% will n t ex] ect me on this 3 ce alt the thoughts and fellings j atloti of Oiu Countrj inspires Lcn do tills 1 should mtrtlj tax >our time Ljtnco ii ai] ol n flections which -i totis'J mind if I should If true stjle, I tUd not ivoid tho gmlt of making I at jniv swech latt. in tho month of "Novem- j tortcn to daelaro tliat 1 do not fight shy my subject bee I do not It Oa the contran I love I am anxious tu observe all tlie etlC3 related to it, and I t .iimot rid e -oars httlier Better m ilie-Rarni tlTV s of Jul> than ia tho a-mospbere of the be.i-.on nil yet I am far from that at any an? sssi.mll.ige ot Americans the ment Onr Coimtrj ia nor a proper one to 3e tbongb I luve sometimes thought i it speaks so eloquently 1 or itself needs no interpreter There abso- i> be no nece-sitj for 11 ousing nthusmam topic 2nd there is not the danger u, nr iia will wh it we iiave areom -3 3 nition r whit We propose to accom y the directory of either of tho two corpora- tions was kept inviolably secret PIIEPAHIVG 1 OR V ttirN At the Finance Company immediate prepa- tions were mauo for an anticipated run on its deposits, and that the precaution was w ell taken A number of checks were presented during the last hour of the days' business, and some accounts were drawn out AH drifts niado upon it were promptly met, and .treasurer Stern assured a iiumberof persons fl ho h ul accounts there that tho company was entirely soli cut, and would paj everything presented m the form a check or other demand In the office of the company, after J o'clock, Charlemagne Tower, Jr vicejpresident of tho company, said that the Finance Company was under no stress, that it could pay every obh- fation against it, and that the meeting of the irectors had no reference to the Baker failure At the Investment Company, President Hoyt said that no action was taker at the meeting of tbe directors that could interest the pubho in any way, and that it had no reference to the Barker failure. IHE B BROS November JO It is reported that the house of Banug Bros ..V Co is about to be reconstructed a joint stock ompany TUB EXCITEO DEPOSITOBS BrawmB Their Money Out of tho Bank of New lorlc Nnw YORK, November JO run which was begun yesterday on the Citizen's Savings bank here---- earlv aa i) Report of an Engagement with Two Crazy Indians. CHICAGO, November special from Standing Kock agency, N D says "The news that troops havo been ordered to the res- lias spread rapidly among the savages, and the general effect has been bad Several hundred braves disappeared, with what object and in what direction, cannot at this hour be learned There is evident fright in some quar- ters, and the general Impression is that the bucks are running aw ay from what they regard as an impending calamity It may be, how- ever, that they are bent upon pillage and mur- der, or have galloped across the country to in- cite the northern Cbeyennes, the most excita- ble band of Indians in the west, to take arms PARNELL STILL LEADS ms ON ACCOUNT OF HIS HEINOUS CRIME. Michael Tbttt Ho Retire Short Time, Knt Mr. Parnell Will Lead His Party. against the women are w lutes Aged frightene d over th e look, and profess the warmest friendship for the pale laces. Majoi McLaughlin, the agent Iiere, has returned from Sitting Bull's camp on Grand river ami reports that the daucea are still going on, but Sitting Bull's influence has weakened greatly in the Jast week He hag no more than 200 followers Ho received Major McLauguhn cordially, but the young bucks bcowled at the agent as though he were not welcome He had a long talk with Sitting Bull and is satisfied that the old chiof s faith in the coming Messiah Is on a do clmo and that unless something unforeseen occurs there no probability of trouble tins winter, and possibly none next spring Gen- er il Kuger's presence hero list week had the effect ol reducing Sitting Bull's followers by nearly one-half, so that now be has not enough men to carry on a campaign if he wanted to, A telegram from Kushirlle informs General .Miles thsit troops under General Brook rearhed Pine Kidge Agency at T o'clock this morning .The Indians are coming in m largo numbers from. Kosebud There is much excitement and ghost dancing continues A 1IGHT Tl ITH THE IP-DIANS. CHICAGO, November 20 It is rumored'here tonight that General Brooke had a fight today with Indians between Kn.slnille and Pine Kidcjo, but particulars or positive informa- tion yet received BIO PKADY FOB ACTIOW November 20 A dispatch to the Indian romjms'nouoi from Special Agent Cooper, at Pme Eidge Agency, says: rtio Indians art muUi excited Tlie> still continue to dance. General Brook, with iivo companion of Jnfantrj, three troops of cavalry, one Jit tchktBS and one Gatlincr trim lias lust ar- rived at the agency CROPS IN CABOLIXA. LONDON, ember 20 The London "World, Michael Davitt's paper, says Mr Parnell is under a moral cloud -nhichhelias brought upon himself The crisis M inch he hab Caused in the Iiome rule muvementfO the that baa occurred in ten y There is only one course for Mr Parnell to that Is to eT ice himself from public life Tor tho brief period which. ensue before ho can legally marry O Shea The Labor World asks Is tno people e suwpoit of the homo rule move- ment to be imperiled bj the refusal of Mr Parnell to separate Uia pcrsonilitj irom tbe interests of home Mr 1'ariiell cannot plead Ignorance of tbe feelings of the liberal party regarding bis new position The Labor holds that tbo.se who tlmt the control of the Irish party is the sole aftair of the Irish pconle and that nothing will be m 3DEI.TJDING THE NEGROES Peek Gatherjnff in the Swindle CHATTANOOGA, OVnn 20 or jeopardized U they do nor repudiate rarnell s leadership imcinscmuslj p Into the nainle of tbe enemfes of Inmie rule Other" with surpaBSmg and extraordmarj Ignorance ni tho netefisities a pnljttnal and with the wild extravagance of blind zeal sa> that Mr rirnell aa a Protestant Is not ble to the lluiae who adv ance the latter irgumentare Bliakinetbe xcry fvnindations upon winch home rule stands in tiurlauU This paper adds Mr Parnell Is asfeed to make a small sacrifice m return for the sacrifice1! that a confiding1 and gen trous people havo made for linn, he must not consider liia own politic al future in this crisis, out wh tt is the best courst to adopt in the Inter est of home rnlc in Fngland He must lememl er tUat he defied Irish popular sentiment lio rode rough shod over the feelings and opinions of ms when in 1S66 Jn tho ence of another serious crisis lie tbrust O Shea upon tho electors of Gilwaj Hie wounds thereb> intlleted upon the minds of Ins ablest followers are D was continued this morning o'clock from 000 to jeslerday by taking The Honse Appropriations Committee Get- Cor Work. "WASHINGTON, November call fora meeting of the house appropriations commit- tee today was issued some time ago, but Rep- resentatives Cogswell and McComas were the only members to put.in an appear- ance, and nothing was done It is expected that a quorum will be here by Saturday The aame subcommittees will charge of the various bills, ind in effort will be made to advance the work on the appropria- tion bills as much as possible, in order that they may be reported soon after conjjress meets The District of Columbia bill wili be first reported, and iC is thought this will bo ready for a report to the full committee the dav congress meets Annual estimates have been received for the pension, fortifications and district bills, and for part of the legisla- tive bill These estimates form the basis on which the appropriation bills are made up Alias Marlotre's Condition. HIL ADSL PHI A, November JO is no change m Miss Marlowe's condition for the past thirty-six hours The swelling in the 'lands of her throat has not increased, neither diminished That it has not grown worse is considered by physicians this mornmff as a favorable sign, and they think an operation may possibly be avoided. They will hold an- other consultation this afternoon and a definite decision as to whether or not an operation will 30 necessary be arrived at Warm In Blalne's District. AUGUSTA, Me November 20 warm contest for the republican nomination for rep- resentative to congress in the third (Blaine s old district) in 1S'J2 has been precipitated by one of the candidates sending out letters ask- ing for support J H Manly is a candidate, J Manchester Hanes of Augusta, P VFis well, Seth I> Millikent the present incumbent. Governor Burleigh, J S Walton and T, Carlton are also candidates As depositors gathered in the vicinity In fact the numbei of unfortunate people, who have fears that they havo lost all their hard earn- ing, paraded up and down the neighborhood all night Within the bank President Qum- tard and the cashier sat watching prepara- tions for the diy Tho president snd to a re- porter e made about 000 111 interest money jesterdfly lost by frightened depositors In all we hive paid out over and took in about Sio.OOO Ihe run will probablj con- tinue today and tomorrow, but we expect all the money bick next week There iro plenty of police present to keep tho agitated depositors in order When tho bank omcials were ready to begin their day's work, such crowds (fathered about the doors as would be entirely nnmauigeible, so word sent to the nearest police station and the reserves were at once ordeied out with Captain McCuilough at their head Vfter a good deal of trouble, the crowd wis got into wnglo tile, Inch extended around from the bank doors into Canal street, and down to Elizabeth street As soon as order was restored the depositors were admitted to the bank m squads of 150 Tho president of the bank had offers of assistance today from kindred 'ihey were respectfully declined, sajmg there was enough cash on hand to mtot tbe run Mr Qumtard said that it would take at least a week to settle up with those already m line today There is no known reason for the run, except that tlie ignorant foreign depositors be- came distrustful THE SC VttE IV NFWARK N J ISovember bigger crowd than on the two previous days shivered outside of fhe Howard savings bink morn- ing long before the bank opened Hundreds of women surrounded tho bank to withdraw money Most of the withdrawals were by Poles, Italians and other foreigners There were nine women to every mm Manv busi- ness men are making deposits is to ailay the feeling of suspicion President rrelmsj Drivers on a Strike. BRAZIL, Ind November 20 in the coal mines here have demanded an advance in wages to S3 per day. The operators are deter- mined to refuse the demand. A general sus- pension tbraajrhout the block coal district is imminent The yearly rate has been fixed, but some operators are paying hence all are asked to _______ Meeting of Matter Mechanics. NASHVILLE. Tenn., November Southern and Western RaihvayClnb composed of master mechanics and master car builders. held its third meeting today in Nashville. Host of the southern lines represented. huysen says that he has plenty of money to pay off depositors, and if everj depositor with- drew, the bank would still over left U he business community is not worried over the ran on the bank A FAILURE xr  city tonight by DetectUe Cleveland, of the city police iorce Ail the money eicept S350 as recovered KIIS WIFE ANJB CHILD. f Ae-Texas Man's Family Were On a Train That W is Wrecked. union fitlelit. __._ ___f leacnps t" gulp down tlieir indignation Will ifr .larneJl now asL ti similar aacnlice from his home rule friends in Fnelind In response to an inquiry Mr Gladstone his telegraphed that it not true that ho has coii- vejed any intimation to Mr Parnell as to the course ho should pursue in consequence ot the result of the O'Shea divorce case MB PABVELL TO HIS PEOPLE Mr Parnell has sent to several of his col- leagues a communication to tho effect that as long as lie is supported by his colleagues and the Irish people, he will remain at the helm m politics He says that he has never sought either office or regard of any kind from any English party, and he does not seek their as- sistance now The Irish people, not English politicians, must decide the leadership of the nationalist party At the present critical juncture he to his duty to Ireland if he should desert his position because of private matters with which politics havo no concern when his mission is accomplished and justice has been won for Ireland after her long struggle people may choose whom they will to conduct their local iffaira. If they desire otheas as leaders they will be able to select men ot thoirjchoice P YILVELIi WtDL KESIOV HIS SEAT DLBLIV, November statement is made in nationalist circles here that Mr nellnill resign his seat in parliament at the end of the session, and will offer himself for re election At a great nationalist meeting held today in Leinster hall, Mr Kenny, member of parlia- ment, read a telegram from the Irish delega- tions now in America, in which thevexpressed staunch adheren "e to Mr Parnell The lord mavor made the opening address He said the only crime of which Ireland would take nonce was one that Mr Parnell was in- c pable of treason to Ireland e ne throughout the tinouscml distr cts of the county have been hold nc miss meeting ami orgamzn.fr Co- fo oties ft i the j urposo ol banding together (.migrate .o the Congo dis tnctoEAfmi TheaprtatHii in this sec ion was begun bv a man named Peek from Get- gia, who claimed to repre L it JicConroso ciety of Washington Peek in r- i ted ne groesthatthej wou'd have to U posit as a guarantee of good faith, -Mid j tt eir ra from hern to Savannah The ste-mshm passive, ho ami would i furnish? i free About W) negroes of this c tv u t in the i which n nor >n den J it i ere J ec Is JeCt line about embi r 1st foi Vv iMi sij 0 m cr> j i ipa im so that 'lie pirtj fould It i o emblr 1 j'h, but bo his not b en luarl from SUK w s on 1 --li. ti I .nid the r u t i 3 i< H i working- Ihecrpduht of s ne "ues his been worked u n hi tv i 1 forwaii to their 1 beni H u from M is o lid tars ago to then f eedom f-jrn T e i H Heave hcieaa st on is uorj s rcencl from in.i M i  I PS TO Hut Ihe PKISONEP Get i Idis htic man wh JUeterimncd Him Hi Tenn November -0 rial Mitni r Inm nasl P iris yoslenl-u t> "Will am for tri j 1 ro d-M As the train linked m a moi f abjut liftj men surrounded it, but Li e ,m cnoi A is not on tho train, an.' tho mob quoth di ier ul It u-v a determine 1 set of in< n A ell armd and un disused Tho tonn h slttii full of1 friend? all day, aid tits and iddis were ig im ted A lai re crowd met the tram at tlic drpo had feared trouble, and stopf I trim in the edge of town and tlu prisoner to jail adozen nu ioilo bo'i irh their hands on their pistols a Icadei and idais was safely jiile 1 Thqro is much OTicueinenu hcri. tonight, ind u mob is expected ei liou Bible it. done to piolcct posxonicE The thing pos- e, pr soiitr CAITGTIT SAV AMTONIO, Tex, November [Spe- cial U Smith, a well-known citizen of Floresville small town south of here, is here seeking information concerning tho whereabouts of his wife and child The dis appearance of tho two is shrouded in mystery and is attended by some very strange circum- stances Mrs Smith and child -ue known to havo been passengera on the train which was recked at Kyle, thirty miles north of here on Monday night The woman's brother accompanied her from Worth to Austin and the conductor of the train re me in born caving seen her just before Kylo reached Her husband vias in this city to meet her and when ho learned of the wreck, neither her name nor that of the ohiltl was given among the list of miured, and he supposed that they weieaafe Thea did not reach, this city and although efforts have been to find them, every clue as to their fate seems to have been completely The Cardinal Enters Suit. HAVJCV, Conn November Cardi- nal Gibbons today served papers on Hj acmthe Archibald liingrose, of Yale university, sum- moning him toappear in the federal court of tho cabtem district of Maryland on January J5th next, to answer in a suit for damages presumably on a charge of hbel Kmgiose's book, "The Poor Man's which is the life and endorsement of Dr, McGlynn, is dedi- cated to Cardinal Gibbous, and itnow appears without his consent. The cardinal has also communicated with the publishers here restraining tbe use of his name in connection with the book. Blngrose is a communicant of the Catholic church and has a brother who is a priest. A Baptist A esiel Seized LONDON, Jsovombor from Congo State say tint tho Baptist missions steamboat which is stationed on the Upper Congo rn er, bos been confiscated by oflicers of the Congo State on the ground th.it it is required for state pnrposes on the "Kassie'mer The British flag was h itiled down and the Hag of Congo Stale hoisted on the Ihe engineers and stokers were compelled to continue tlieii services Honors to Professor Koch Bsitri-s November Nachiicbten flays that Emperor ilhain has bestowed the fraud cross of the order of Ked Eagle 'rofesaor Koch Three patients, treitedby the Koch method, are reported dead They were all in a critical condition before they received injectu THE WORLD'S TAIK PoBtofflce JJeli c iiefc U Good Work. CKATTWOOC-A Icim 20 [Spe- cial V G bharp reports the shren d capture of several iu.ul robber-. Fostofface Inspector Bui en -Mrested M. Kenton at Savannah, Ga for robbing the nostomce at cross, Ga some time lnmd'eu dohars bj the robbery, and has been out since Thomas Hollow ay was arrested by Inspector Peer at Cross Ala 3 csterday foi pilfer ing the mails It was necessarv to take hin) At the point of a pi-no! He as taken tc Huntsville Dave Alitchcll and Sqmrt Pot ter, who, some tmio ago, robbed the post- omce at Tupelo, Ala located at bao Antonio Te v and arrested, arri iarr at yille today A riclit In TV-iIlcer County, LvFviLTTE, Ga N< nij.ii name A wa; Bailitf William with intent to muuJ. r The was uiado o i atjcntleiuau the name tt lij audit that he endu.ii oi i ig to cut tlurphy with a Atterihe (Allison had b-Liilomid bv iiie ctnrt 'ic left m chorea of the balhli, jnd aftci waiting for s cm He r zet IIIM mou h ni I hid it m t Dccn tor Mr ittrt d hcni i th" police f rre in New ork ind w m un i I h iw t such caMLS he >uld hj. hit u Mr ear off A Thief Capture The police and P todiu tlit itisilU 11 positicii lit aoknow IP l to he from PnUnrlpm MXtj loin lo! irs of the He (arne i to M bo 10 the iiitlio i ee U 11 a itim d the man sto'e fr  after noon two resolutions in effect ceiibui n" the executive committee, were At this morning s session the matter was put at rest by the parsing of a resolution to the effect that the action of the exeiutne committee was not intended as a diacourcesv to the foieign afiairs committee, but had for its object to notify tho secretary of the treas that ttie state of funds, available for the use of the comm ssion for the remainder of the year u as such tiiat strict economy on the I part of all tho committt os would be rcquircil Tiie report of tho committee on buildings and grounds presented caaie un as a special order It embraced the much ujoiued question of what proportion, oE the fair should be placed on the lake front It is recommended that the fine art and decorative art btiildmgs, the music hall, elec- trical disolay, water palaco and steel tower, with other germane exhibits, be nUcedJon tho lake irout, with the main department build- ings OPPOSED TO TtfTiat the People of One Hundred Ago thought of Them. EHJEBTQN, Ga., Jfovember i A prop as to the bill recently introduced m tne I Georgia legislature to prevent divorced persons from marrying except where the divorce was granted for scriptural grounds is the following public expression of our forefathers, made nearly 100 years ago Tho grand jury at the October term, 1797, of Elbert superior court used the foJlowmtr lan- guage in tueir general presentments We do also ivish to show our resentment to the conduct of some of onr legislatures insomuch as that they, in contempt of the laws of God to gratify the wicked inclinations of some individ- uals, have paused, those diabolical acts called r lenn "N jvcn her 20 AT Vnipncin Co iksMlle spcr i V M Loftus shot and killed In Uitr If O I of tus, six iriles t ust C u js 01 ilus uu r ini in 11 persona n. t n tl 3 i brother I i n it t n si ic i e It n is snd in c u t( 1 f i r iir--t in def n In-5 i i tU r 10 n in a f Ins netted II o 1 prc t 1 I Cotton Tfilis st i IIuNTsMLr F i ml or 20 e- rnl (liter r >r 'IK I) his C  t j i t 1 I i i jc Grefji c in U n -H f I vt< biejeh. rj a so b c r i 1 inn-h for s< u en in e u j u si o ilrst mill is to e i t, j) t id -u t I onta n 25 000 mid s and jO louii s Vs n i c- is ill operation --ccon I cm u. c ULI t Sport rii< Sv% AM-ONTO lex clil St or <1 i I greatly 0 Si a- Tt a ire iaod o i n t 11 a be hcM "t jjc< k' i- iJt, cmb r ti j t c. match is betwe n tho u d Lockhirt ind thu is tX) unmbcr of fciie birds bet i entered for the tight ind the it f ro ni'-os to j -ai, a number ot snorting men from all the A Cltarcli Fair at K. tc aj HK j nis- Copal tJ.ir held i ere Ust i night   fr town It ih-t V ei jj i )i i iui by the nauie of t ca i n a difflcu tj and fi e U i i 2-fereu V icn being jhot th tieabi, au i hi led i i stantlj coroner has goue to tht heene the killing, and it 13 impossible to ths fuii particu'ars 'SPAPFR NFWSPAPFK!   

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