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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               THE CONSTlTUriOa: ATLANTA. GA.. SUNDAY, 14. i vVEVIY-FOUit PAUES OLD HAX SAUKDERSON, JTfOJV TltE f e The Old Man's a Jio Indians for Killing His 1 auuiy rt New Mi S n e A named Savuideryon j a fiuuv and i few household goods ovaretl i and Ueided due west juaiaiojula location 10 please him 1JT' itrt, a 110 Plane He hia wi b vife ibo> fourteen age, a i, and a of twelve, whom he had jp -i c adopted baunderaun was a M sso-i 'll3 starting off alone i ma o be v nun of nerve He wis fgpt ion0 iij-ibed, and not forty 0 e da o named cue passed into tlie lu- ouutr} qu y from auj point on. T tr M Tile one eruigraut family a an tlio lud aaj bv j, o lu n. t ijaalJj up on a 1 of to ljlat o n.ver near the ft ti o ir-en territory of o w as told ine by haunuorncii ami j ero living u i wagon placed rtus wu lo a but MAS i pen ment 'ence One night hor LS bruke away and the lersc siarte I out to recover them. I hoy a i-ha e of nine or ten miles and 0 lo bis it was and liter jef re he rtt true 1 An iwfui 3 j 11 n 111 attacked the camp icrv n e i ber of Ins fatally Itad boeu ind scalped J1 o were gath %11.ii lo The and all 0 iiid been burned but a lot of a tend an i dps bad been removed from 1 on to ui o o and Uus package ha 1 o er looke 1 bj the redbknis A nrienud Tan fftU KLII ef with tbe and -ion Jiio. out hat ftiur Ind ana had lied or I d ounded before ti py got bi quarters iion he nad buried the no tooK i pniein i oath to devote tlie rest t, to n id how that uatb was 3 i t a .nliar Ti story to many Indian and scout 1 iaunderaon lie joined by a ol hunters who wtre bound for i 10 n ouiitains and he w as with them j ea s biioro reaching 1 ort Lar him A I the pointers 011 Iiidiiu life a iH, and hen be h id traded about hia 0 it consisted of a lioavj rifle, two e> and a limiting Knife I was taclied to the fort as a scout, and when d that no argument could move him b purpose I gave him all my iid and 3 I got him a suit of buckskan, helped 3 mould bul'ets, furnished him a ro- omnass, and rode with him two days tho south, itno the country ibe had dono him no wrong but it was and oie Indian was the same as an t) hue1 I found the moody and im-i cativo, but I knew the torture he rermg md cou'd excuse hi3 demeanor itrofl months botore ho returned to the d bo ti en nad the scalps of twenty one to that he had not been wasting He "was in a more cheerful uiood now, managed to secure the particulars ot bis adventures tor I left him he discovered the tnil itje on the move Tins be followed found the Indians on tbe crsQk in a d narrow Ho bishorseand j away in a cave and prowled 1 search of prey Tbe heard of pomes nied above tbe village and tho whrte rat victim tias an old man who was oC 110 heider> Ho. was digging a stick crept up d hit him such a blow with a club 1 down dead Ho carried the body !e on ins back, and dumped it Into a ne b t not unti he had secured tbe He uiiou made a lull circuit tothe f tbe lallej, whore he fonud a uoy out sixteen i ears old 13 injj at full the nsleep This tribe of In d no more leai of the presence of a i there than in elephant Only tbe >i3il ei er been one unless it was some one brought in to be tortured Sauu a v ed upon the sleeping sentinel and ita with a stone, and his body was car 9 same ravine two Indians wero killed before noon Tho umegfedto the soutn and it was not hav were a long.way up the alley that f one m camp took tbe alarm Iheii four o squaws and bojs started out to turn the OiCu., and faaunderson followed them, jlhe cover of tUe th ckets a the lb The Inch "ins scattered considerably jndinp; tho herd was iiow full and as the unite mau pressed for a dense thicket across which 0 had made a beaten, path, bo sud no face to face w ith a squaw On the the moment and scarce rea izmg a d Le struct her with his iisu ibe brcke her j as she did not bbo v, knockvjd down, but she UD and made a determined attack She hb.il 110 weapons ol iny sort, zed baunderson. and downed him. and a gnp on h s hroit lie had to ox- s irength to break it He Hung her 4. i i tarn got the stiue grip fauc sbe bit d him m a ferocious ujarmor, and aad choked tne life oat of her she r lingers m bib hair j wont to Keep company with the then ra vitlidren to a on The dis 3ople from the village 1 icked up a meut oefore bat althongh ndiaus scautored about to search y ioand no c'uo to tbe aocarcd tbe scalp of a d then left the neighborhood 0 notu month i o livud among the of the Itaraime and i cs he if1 a ed this Ikingadetr amd was tho act i flo to il nt whon ho espied "iis aiviuciiEj ilciig a trail A ino- rit later ono ot thaoi the same deor, 1m narty at once L roceeded So build a firo cooitaporbon of -he meat Ihey wero iiiii groflrn ineu but felt bo safe in their erritorvtiHu no precautions wore tikeii r Hem -heparuy was pHced agaiust a pira treo iitoeu feet from the fire, ami as P Indians ro-u, ed lieir meat they uaiic jo led eicu ther like iiiiny isa haa cove" to tho tree spokoii 1 n u a lo-v feet of it auU wuon the t tc he crept "orward a. Iai0e rock He above FUJ with tue tree at his feet The largest m the party sa- facing him, and Saun- u shot him s one dead He had his re- f era out before ai-j of tne Indians were on icet, and as thev spraasr up he killed a i and wounded one The survwors orougii the rorest thout atteuiptxng wca-u and the saw no D "en He.caiodthe dead, cockea "rted o E to loo c for other ii I i ad no aoabt 01 the ol tais auv entoro a qi ecr tarn of ailiura h uioro than Saundersou caiuo in o tlio fort ifc was n vjctober and suow had already lallen iinouacad his i ont on of n e south Oe thc for er and as the ra season of the 1 got of aosenso "ijs ani decioetl to return wtblum 1 is to UK sntct lor gold ind er 1 V.G o, _j ind J en us p ,o( k o t J -I ture far c nad been ou- lirte weeks we had nn aa- Iw Indians left no eo to me, anl mado igateen mues and oreil an I here had beon a thaw and as now clear o? suow Ho found inc. bo> 6 gathering wood in the -ie kil and sealned a sqoaw s itecn alarm raised nd to a strong position, and in a a if-o ho ixi led i w irrio L t 1 t e tno rt. ioii.ou out 1 Lao ti i jitiu s rotnrn to cii ip 6RundoixojL t je-o he had iatl nlles, s L e and a ha f from toe spot or him "V-noon on tho el hnng to tho J c 'orwinl I -was led to of r I lit F i believe that a party of five o- six white men were surrounded on the crest of a rocky lull I worked forward until I could draw a bead ou an Indian auu as I opened tire the entire force, numbering about thirty, broke away in a panic Then I found that Saunderson hstd killed one, wounded two, and had been hold- ma; his own w ith, the spare pune By January, Saundcrson had thirty- nine Indian scalps Dining all that year he tame into tho fort bat once In Jinu try, 1113 scalps numbered seventv Ho tfaen procured unproved are arms and tixed anaum lion, and on setting out for new adventures ho said to me Before I come in igara I shall bring the number up to TOI hundred "And you will quit then9 !No, I shall onlv have begun'" He had made on the Chejennes alone, and by tins urne tlie entire tnoe wa.-> in a of excitement and terror 1 heaid ofhisdomjfs by ha t bpt-cdt. tnd trappers He came and hu.o a shadow boinenin es he left a trail but if it was followed OJIQ or more ot tho purs tera wouul be killed Ho killed old aitd >oung and know no morcj Parties wero made up to hunt him down bat tlioy could not find him As soon as he got the regulation of bemi; a 'white spirit his work was easier, as there no ardor in the pur- suit of him Tlio Chcvonnes felt themsolies accur cd, and two o- three diflVroiit medicine men who tried to cl arm the spirit and failed o bambhed or put to death The jTontost slaughter Sanuuerson in- flicted at QUO time was 011 tbe ban 1 of a sub- chief called Horae Ibis was in July, Ibbi A camp of about sixty lodges was duven out of a valley in tlio Lara me moun- tains i cloudburst Everybody and every thing had to run before the coining tlood for about a mi e when people and ponies deflected to the leit and found safety in a gorge The walls of this wero almost perpendicu ar and the r crests with shrubbery "While pen led in hcie baundersou ouened hre on them from ibove and also rolled groat rocks upon their beads Many of the Indians were unarmed and those who had their guns could not use them against him They reported that he kil'ed twelve people and injured many others I afterwards met with a Cheyenne whofce loftshoulder waa badly lopped and he told me that it was crushed by one of the stones thrown into the gorge that day Saimdnrson had now become such a terror that the tribe instead of splitting up into or six binds, consolidated for mutual protec- tion and a large number of young men were always scouting and on guard If a w ar p irty left the village it was docked and harrassed or the avenger touk advantage to attack the village One night in the sj ring of 18( 5, while a war j arty of sixty four Chejennes were encamped on the north fork of the Platte, ui Nebraska Saundeison got imoug their horses during a furious snow squall and killed twenty eight of them vith his knife One of the cnards who was called Bear on the Hill whom I saw at Tort Laraone dur- ing a truce, ran upon the white man as he was doing his work, and was killed and scalped The war party at once returned home On the following July 16, 1865, Saunderson appeared at the fort fort for the last time He had an Indian pony, and brought in rive In- dian r ties and fourteen sea ps He had at this time upward of 100 scalps and had killed as he told me, at least 140 Indians and sixty or seventv pom03 lie was in the best of health but wanted -i new suit of buckskin and i sup pl> of ammunition He hid no idea of abau doiung his quest for but, on tlio ctn trary was more determined than He remained with us eight days and then left the fort one midnight, saying ho would probably come in again about the first of November He waa not seen or heard of airam bv any white man, nor jet by any of tho Indians AVbat his fate no one will er know Had ho fallen mto tho hands of the red men they would have Doasted of it and had any white men eucomitorl him word would e boon passed alone: to us It is likely that he met with some fatal accident in the rnountan s Be sure to get Hood's Sarsapanlla if jou want an honest reliable medicine Do not take an> other which is alleged to be 'about the same' or jnstasgood Be sure to got Hood s Biliousness, constipation torpid liver piles cured by Dr Males'jServe and Lner Pills, dunes 2 Ji bamples free at druggists, oy mail V man s wife should always be the same especially to her husband but if she is weak and nervous and uses Caiter's Iron Pills she cannot be for they make hei feel like a dif ftrent persen, so they all saj, and their hus- bands say so too1 Boker n Bitters renowned since 1828 finest to tht- palate besi, for the atomacli Puro or mixe 1 he v tbotit it LA. Fuoke Jr Sole M ind Prop New York.______________ J -8 Iy euii Simples Wall Paper withpr! r K r P cea a.ml book ou lu w to at r Iy 1 t UxLcit Atlanta Cr i We hive the largest otock of opera glasses in the south and our and prices -nru I i competition Maicr Befkele, jewelera Jj %V Uiteliall btroet______________ ti Tlddledy Winks At Miller s 31 Marietta street dtf Excursion Aslieville, N C The Richmond and Dinville railrond will sell round trip tic kets at one tare to the utheru In teratite Immigration oa to be held m Asht-vilie "S C tUtoi th Tickets on December Utli to fcood to re- turn uiiHl December 21th Leading Atlanta at 7 10 am, you arrive in Ashc-v at 7 p ni same div t or Tickets c ill at Union ticltefe ofltce or ticket oftice No UKiioballHou e Atlanta Ga JAS S 1 Vli LOIt L L MeCLFSKTY U P A -VVaauingtun DC D P A .Atlanta.Qa Decll 4t Our stock of medium priced jewelry and silverware is complete and we nvitc com parison and inspection and for the tion ot our friends and the pnhlie generally our store will be kept open at night mitil alter tha holwiavs Maier Bcrkele, 93 hiteoall street There's a. great difference m lamp-chimneys depends on the "glass. One pops when- ever anything happens, some- times nothing Another almost never bieaks. Lamp-chimneys are like segars they cost so little apiece and so much by the year the breaking kind. The other sort is Tike the is enough. Can you tell them apart The unbreakable chimney has a. "pearl-top." The mak- Macbeth burgh. Startling prices on Velocipedes, Tricycles and Bicycles, at NUN N ALLY'S Whitehall Street. Get one while we have all the sizes. Kempton, Delkin S: RtAL ESTATE AND RENTING IAGENTS, No. 6 E. Alabama St A AAA ONLY VCRESTHIS SIDI OF CopenhlU Inquire for particulira Si 500 for 7 room residence within half miie of union depot, and water cheap a front street business lot, close in 000 will buj an 8 room West Peachtree corner lot cheap ?i 00 for a 5 room Howell street residence ?1 030-for -t-room house on Air Line street JOO or Decatur street coiner lot, just the place for a store SJ 000 for desirable Pryor street lot 90x150 ooo for an elegant iirick residence, worth at least   a nice 7 room house on Onnond street GOO for corner lot near in, on Highland avenue, electric car line 57x110 52 coo for i OxidO it junction of two dummy Hues, a goofl i r a Gordon street lot one block only from line of new electric road for most desirable Ldrewood home, 3 acre lot btable and other oat buildings 54 000 for Jour brand new 4 loom houses fine sec tion of th city raj idly enhancing 000 Host debiraljlo half acre lot near Ciraitt i ark con er lot cheap 50 for Windsor street lot 100x160 fouburban erty in ill directions C ilwaja on lian t to show property Kempton. 6 1 aat Alabama bt Southern Medical Dispensary. 2 1-3 MfAXIETTA ST GA. (Over Jacobs Pharmacy) Chronic, Nervous, Blood and Skin Diseases. TC! (Jebll iy seminal losses ory eect o a imita con anJ careil TTfc a seases N I) hRllN and vllof ncy loss of m ot Ideas rTble" results totollveradicateo- Ulcers blotches, aore or ulcerated throat ind "uonth ecrofulJ erj aipelis nermanentlv cured when others have failea 1T15TTC" A "D V Mdney and bladder ti cables, U ii( j4 ti X freq_uent and burning urine, gororrbea, gleet, urinary sediments, cystitis, quickly cured URETHR AL cured without any cutting or caustics or oiala- don or interruption of or occupation. GUARANIFEU A SUKE CUKJ to aud nitddie aged men Who have foolishly wasted tbelr energies, Dr Bowes is a gr tduate of the sreat University of Michigan of twenty year s experience, and fa etrictly reliable Send six cents in Btampa fot "Perfect Question L.st and book on diseases of men. Enclose stamps for reply to your letter. Call on or address DR- BOtt L.S CO r Marietia, St Atlanta, Ga. i.CoBBtitnUon. Jacobs PharmacyCa 731 7 or in WORTH ITS WEIGHT IN GOLD, is worth its in aold. My wife suffered more m ten minutes witli eitiior of tier other chilaren than did altogether hor last sifter having used four bottles of Friend lc is a blefcSlrg to expectant mothers enjs a Bk Persons Restorod B 3r KLIirE S GREAT MERVEBESTORER f-tf tig. IIIVAI.I.IBI.C if esk-a as d -sctrf fttt cifttr t vse TruttM and Pit paying expresscl Sand nimra. P ftr-l'- T ctMroH-( KI INf Xrchae. 14 East Alatama Street. REAL ESTATE "We want two or three nice five or BIX room cot pages that can be bought at i fair price Also want a h lot ou Peat htree street. If you have 11 argam m kind ol proj crty amp: it in and we will place it for you e offer the bargains acres t miles fi m tho carshed miie fnini electric railrt in penteel district on McAfee Fowler and Ul" Lovejov streets a biigam per front foot on avenue per acre near Peachtreo street and Belt railroad per acre two miles from carshed, and in. the desirable district ft-Urge hat of improved property wliieli lo pel rentintereb-on nelling price Call i lid examine, mr hit I'lace 01. r property in our 1 anda to sell BROWK WATSON H EIST 1UBAMI STREET. dec 14 Sweeping reductions in prices of all our Men's Suits. Beall's, 10 Marietta. Thur Sat-bun Tuea PETER LYNCH, Whitehall and 7 Mitchell Sts. Thoa. B InoeSB, JPreB. B. KtoUards, Ttce Pres and Man. M L. Wall tire. Sec. 27 WEST ALABAMA STREET, Atlanta, Georgia, Dealers in Iron and Wood-Working Machinery, Engines, BOILERS, STEM PUMPS, PULLEYS, Hangers' Shafting, Leather and. Rubber Belt- ing, Lace Leather, Packings, Etc. tised two aotUes my srxth chud was bom with no pa n comparatively t-O VftuaHttB. Sbertdwa Late, CoL reliaves much sufferinc M M Brawater, Sent by T> of price Si per bittu Bold ty all drvffjrJW to motliera milled BXAITIBLD Kccii-jiTOii Co Ga Ceriuan Favors' Go iran -Favors' GERMAN AN1> I O-OPb Xiiintbeon WecWlngr a' d Visiting cards in tbi I itest and most approved "tyie by C Hydecker, (formerlv with Deropaey jt Carroll, York> Orders received and promptly attended toby F K O TaoMW F O Boat, 87? New York Clears, Snuff, Wines CIDER, ALE. POE-TiuK, BEER, _____ FLASKS, COItiiS AND OTHEB ixOUDS BJhXOJN TO A% IMu AND SPIRIT TBADL. Flno Wines, niskiea and Brandies a specialty in tln3 hue. Also Crttfla, Jfiatots, CartriUfrea and other Amoianitjona. K clover He it ant Orass Meeds Kuta B ga. devcn .o t it ami Yellow tjrlobe, iberdeea ,iun ixerjaan, SwetfWiti otlier LronUwof rartuy German Kale Field Amdeu Seeds Fresh anil O nnine and troa to ntmf. Emj ty barrels half barre a and kega and a KINDS SUPPLIES FOR RAILROADS, Machine Shops, Mines, Quarries, Factories, Etc. Bail-way Equipment and Supplies a Specialty. OFFICIAL SUPPLY AGENTS SOUTHERN IRON CAR CO. Remember, we carry all these goods in stock for immediate delivery. dec 13 to 24 GIHLF K.B COI.CMBUS Ga Sunday, June 1890 and after this date the fallowing schedule will to operated SOUTJT BOCPiP JPAILT.______________ 1 >o 50 "No 5J Leave Atlanta via C K. R. Leave" Gnffin via C Atlanta vi 11 K, U Leave McDonough viaCJ JL tr K.U. Amve Griffin via G M. G H. K. Ijeave Grlfltn Amve Warm Spnngs Arrive Columbus i 7 00 2 J5 pm 111 20 ain 4 00 pin a Jj am Ji am JO 5 45am I 4 15 pm 7 40 am 5 35 pm 08 pm A3iD FLOIUJDA RAXEJXOAB bcliedule m effect December 1st, IS89. SOCTK SOITND Txo 2 >o 6. SOB.TH EOUSD, DAILY. It K e CoUuulras bpr'ngS e Griflln P Gr if i Ctntral R, R v. jta Central K It Gri in f- 'f K JR IcBon mgU G- 3L G i 1 00 pm H 10 pm 2 pm C o5 pm J 5u piK 8 1" IIL.I 4 Oil pm S o_ pin 5 40 pm 10 lu pin S pm 0 Jo pm ___ a Atlanta F T i O{ K H. ___UO 25 pm Tbrough between oium un Atlauta rlA Qrlfin on tntlnB M AJK! Leave Atlanta r V i, June Arrive Favettcvi t e Cnliodeu tort Valley 3 oo p m 313pm "45a.m. 4 H m If a m. 03 p in li p m. t. p m I j 12 m. (j-Sd p m j 4 1" p m. 7 JO j> 540 p m. yotrru BOL.ND Leave Fort Valley Arrive KnoxviUe CuUodcn Williamson 3, L T V 45 a, m a, m. 6 _4 a. in. a. m. (A a m 31 41 a. m. lj a m p iu- i 0. a in 4 !u p nu 11 a> a i i ti 05 p m. jU J) a HI i and 2 and intli C. K. U. at fort Allpj to- points In soutliwest Geor- gia at d vus at K T V Git. pas aenffcr depot in At arrive ami depart i 9SUiot fTjitf street dummy Li A   

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