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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 28, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH  VOLUME 30.  ALTON. ILL., FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 28.  THE LATEST CRAZE:  TIDDLElllf WINKS.  (Anew aud Interest<n^khis<')  THE POPULAR GAME:  HALMA.  Pomgssm remarkably fascination bt happy, play “HALMA.”  for TORNO and old. (If you would  (Bv the author or "Kailua '  It it equally interesting to children aa well to play in three annulet.  as adults and is learned  The great Military Game —Should be in every family,  *5F“- vVe also carry in stock the ever popular Parcheesi, Progressive Angling, Table Croquet, Ring Toss, improved Bagatelle, aud a variety of other interesting and pleasing Board Garnet.  Democrat* To Fight the Election Bill Desperately.  A FAIR APPORTIONMENT WANTED.  Puzzles! Puzzles! Puzzles  Th® LATENT, The BENT, The MOST PUZZLING!  ttTThe famous “GYPSY PUZZLE!” without doubt the most in threating and Fascinating Fuule yet introduced. Nothing like it. Must be seen and tried to be appreciated. Only 15c.  HERE’S ANOTHER, THE  POCKET DERBY,  and old, a fascinating and sacking  A new Race Game Game of chance. Only  CHAS  for TORNO  10c.  J. DEGENHART,  DEALER IX  Stationery, Picture Frames, Fancy Goods, Toys.  I and 103, col. Third and Piasa cts. Ilion.  IF YOU NEED  — A BOTTLE OP —  Lotion for Chapped Hands,  Good Cough Syrup,  Perfumed Cosmo!ine,  A Good Healing Salve,  Nice Soap or Perfumery,  ♦ -®— OO TO  MARSH’S DRUG STORE  IT’s NO SECRET.  That our STOCK is the MOST COMPLETE ever drought to Alton an show you Something New aa often aa you anil In:  CAPtPETS:  Tapestry,    Body llrusnelN  Ingrain,    Art Squares,  Rag or Hemp  ITV CURTAINS:  Dado or Plain,    Lace or Porker.  UST RUGS:  Fur Moquette,    Smyrna A Oriental.  Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats.  Otherwise aa Kit re Nasal.>n Irn Among th* Probabilities—ft|>»*k*r Rood Hail Talk with aa Interview** — Dr rn or rn Hr Pol 1*7 with Refer**** t* th* Alllaaeo— Corrected Report of th* Country’* Population—Soma Men Win* Went T* Be Moue* Poet ma*tee.  Won IV UTO* err. Nov. aa-Th* Democrat* Of th* hotter mod Mont* * re lo meet in joint caucus ob Moadtj or Tueedaj night to consider their programme for the session. Th* principal matter* which will be discussed at that tim*ar* th* fedora! election and apportionment billa. Both of thee* mea*urea will chil for apodal Democratic effort and for concerted party aotion. Th* fore* bill, having already barn peened by tho honer, will, of oour**, be fought by tho Democratic senator*. They ar* determined, if It broom** nee****ry, to stay in their seats day and night b*for* they will permit the bill to become a law.  May Fore* aa Batre Session.  With regard to th* apportionment bill, th* Democratic leader* la both bouses will resist any unfair and manifestly partisan measure It Is principally for th* purpose of devising measure* of resistance In tho bona* to partisan efforts in this 41* ruction that th* caucus will be ceiled. If the Republicans bring ap th* force MU In the senate, and what th* Democrats claim to be an unfair apportionment Mil in th* boas* ahead of th* appropriation hills, the Democratic course may occasion th* failure of of one or more of those Mila, and thus cause an extra eeasion.  Remarks by Speaker Reed.  Speaker Heed is back In the capital If be feels any bitterness of spirit over tbs recent elections bs does not ehow IL He is a* full of wit and humor as ever, and his remarks are tinctured wltk that atmo#* spirit of philosophy for which he b famous When asked about the programme for the sea* on It. d said that he could say nothing ab rut It yet, as h* bad not had any opportunity to talk with soy of th* party haler* and h* did not know what would be dou*. There ar* still sows months left of th* F.f.y first con greta,* he said, "and we thai! go ob doing bual oms at th* aam* old aland.  A Modest Disclaimer.  “I know th* common impression ha* been that I do everything. bat really, yon know I don’t do everything mjreelf, and do soasuit a little with ins rn bars of th* party. By the by," added th* speaker, with a quiet smit*, "th* Democratic papers. I suppose, do not charge me with do-lug aa much now as I used to dor When told that he did not seem to be as mach "in it* as formerly, be laughed and appeared to appreciate th* humor of th* situation. Herd be ii* res that the Ka pa bl lorn* will pas* an apportionment hill at this session  W ha* Legislative Re Leek* Per.  II* docs not know what will be th* fats of th* foro* bill, as that la out of th* house, and now ream with tbs senate. Whit* bs would Ilk* to see th* shipping bilb passed, be i* not ear* that they will go through, aa he does not kuow th* temper of lh* western man since th* * bot ion, and he b making some inquiries in that direction. With th* exception perhaps of th* passage of th* apportionment MU and th* subsidy Mile, he does not look for much important legislation at thb session.  Will Be ’’J* It” Nest Cee geese.  Reed uke* considers bl* Interest la the man who b to succeed him la presiding over th* destinies of th* house Bs b rather inclined to think that Mills will be th* man. Heed's view* on "What did IL* ar* decidedly interesting whet told lo th* coofs* of privet* oouvernation, hut ho decline* to he quoted publicly mi that point On* thing is very certain, the Republicans do not intend to surrender th* control of congress until th* 4th of next March, sod In tho Fifty-oecoud Reed will just as interesting a Agar* on the  Hosmer is th* tun slant po-tm as tor of th* house, end hie becker I* Congressman Green beige. Mr. Ralph is Indorsed by Congressman HUL Mr. Gray is a well known Washington City n*w»|iap«r man and he ha* mary friends among th* mem bere of th* house  There Are OS,SSS,SSO of Ca  VV ASH i NOTO* City, Nov. S. —Huperin tendenf Porter hat completed bb Anal determination of thetmpn latten stat bt lo* of the country. The total differs by 141, TIO from that contained lath* bulletin issued from th# census bureau oa Oct. ML This change is due to the corrections of errors of what is termed the first, or rough, count, Mid the addition of nam** ascertained to have I we a omitted from the enumeration. The verified popuia tton of the United blate* in DMJ i* . (Mi. 350    _____  bal lanai Capital Personal*.  Washington City, Nos a ’—Speaker Rc*d was at the Capitol for a short time yesterday. He dropped in on the mem toro of th* appropriations committee who were working on the pension appro prlatioii and asked some questions Mc Millin of Tenor****, who ba candidate for the speakership, arrived in the dty yesterday morning and was at the Capitol for a short time.  Alleged to Have ( hanged Her Faith.  Washington City, Nov. I —Tn* Critic  •ay* that It is informed, on what It bo-11*ve* to be go<»d authority, that th* wife of Senator Htaaford, of California, has become a convert to the doctrines of th* Roman Cat hollo church, and will soon make that fact publM by entering th* communion of that ehnreh.  Na na, Wants ait, OOO,OOO.  Washington City. Nov. rn—Commissioner I ta urn bad a oonfer nos yesterday with the snb-oommitts* of th* hone* committee on appropriations, in charge of appropriations for pensione. He told tbs committee that tho pension deficiency weald amount to I<1,000. OGG  A DOG’S SONE IN HIS LEO.  For-  floor as bo is In present congree*.  th* chair during tim  Ladies like to tee the Newest and Finest In Hones Decorations Easiest way to see them is to Call frequently at our establish! whether yon wish to buy or not.  The  lent,  A. J. HOWELL  TUB FIN KST HK ATE!,  Radiant Home.  THB BENT HEED GOAL BAAB BUEKER.  Supe '  nor,  HE MOAT PEH FE*’T CODE STOVE MADE VIBE BAUM VV ARBA STEO FuK FIVE VK IHS  lf a II II El Cl lf A RT RT wbeoaaln, last session, have appeared ii -I# ll U r r .B A N ii •  lb *     Tk#     «ttoU4ate*    are Stint**  WO anti 102 E- SECOND ST    M    “1*1*1 lr filii J. A Ralph,  DEMOCRATS AND THE ALLIANCE.  Th* Farmer To Be a SaiqeoA af Meek Solicitude.  Washington City, Nor. M-ft bovP doat that th* De moors ta look to th* Farmer*’ Alliance ae their natural allies, and will go as far as pose! Me la acosding to (he wishes of tho mw political foro*. But so far ss th* sab treasury sc bs ms b oouorrnod, ll is already dead. Thor* b not a slug is Democratic leader of prominence who has not openly doc I ami himself in opposition to it. It b possible that, nuder terr*# of circumstant, fro* coin age of silver may bo brought about by Democratic assistance, and It Ie pretty certain that th* volume of currency will be inflated by the MXI congree*  Leaking Ahead Two Tears. Representative Dockery, of Missouri, la conversation on thb subject, remarked that with else and fair ire at meat by the Democrat* th* Al llano* movement is going to prove greatly to tho advantage of tho Democratic party in ffi Tho subtreasury plan, he said, looked to tho loaning of money. Tho effort* of th* Democrats would ho directed toward lifting th* farmers out of th* becrawl eg el aaa He added: "There are thro* thing* th* farmer* want, and they may ax peel (aget thorn through tho Db moor at Is party. They want a greater volamo of money; they want ta get their farm implements and tho** necessaries which thay have Id bay at prices cheaper than they now have to pay and they want an enlarged market for farm products  Mw* It Will Ra Dom*.  'Th* Dr moo rate wlU enlarge tbs volume of money by th* pa/sage of an aet for the fro* eoinag* of silver and ^atv farm of th* tariff they will roduc* th* price* un their clotting, their binding twin*, their plow* and ail th# necessaries they bar* to boy, and will at tho aam* Mm* rn large th* market for tbs lr prod-ast* We propose to give them reciprocity that moans something; reciprocity that will bs a benefit to the ferrum. **  TK ary Wast To Re Foetal- tor,  WASKI koto* City, Nor. RI —Th roo candid ates tor th* vacant office of poet master of th* house, vacated by Caph Wheat, of Wboonsie, I/vat assai.>n, have appeared la  “    “    ll  k«Bsrksbl« S erg leal Operation formed on J ok nay Cathin*.  NKW VOUK, Nor. I.— Snores* ere ms to have crowned th* remarkable surgical optntlos of transplanting a boa* from a dog to a leg of Johnny Go?bios. which was performed by Dr. A. M Phelps at lbs Chanty hospital on Hi ack wall’s bland about ton days aga Boy and dog ars ooa. Their flash ha* grown together, sod everything indicates that their bones bar* begun to unit*. Bine* the operation every precaution he* been taken by Dr. I’belp* to prevent any information about th* patient being given to th* public. Th# boy and th* dog wars placed la a room by themselves, and nobody has been ad-mlt'ed except th* bouse surgeon* and nurses, sad an occasional friend of Li? Phelps. A gentleman Tuesday night, however, who Is almost as well iii formed about th* cass a* Dr. Phelps himself, told all be IMW about th* boo* grafting op-eration    *     F   Tk* Monad I sapor tod Story Day.  Th* gentleman described th* plaster casts, and said that there we* bo truth in th* assertion that nothing reliable could be learned about th* agora** or failure of th* operation until th* plaster east* that bind tbs boy and dog together have bean removed. Not a day bas passed that Dr. Phelps has not inspected the wonad, and, if need be, the extertor of the connection between boy and dog coaid have been dreseed without disturbing tho plaster fast on Johnny’* leg th* piaster cast on tbs dog or th* plaster bonds that hold their leg* firmly together.  What Will Rosmoss of tee Dog*  Probably th* most certain Indication of anion between th* bones, anda point upon which great stress I* always laid by surgeons, laths fact that ever slur* the operation the temperature* of both th* boy and dog have been normal. Fever indicates that anion of broken bones la not progressing favorably. Not amil tbs dog’* upper forearm is eat away from tbs buy'* lag will It be known lay md th* possibility of a doubt that th* canine boa* bas become amalgamated with th* boy's The final operation of separating Jell any sod th* dog ta not likely to be made for at toast a iou pts of weeks  Ti INDIANS.  Report of a Great Battle Near Fort Keogh.  WARLIKE NEWS FROM OUT WEST.  •kart Natl Collects I.ltOO Wall-Arms* Braves Wk* Talk of tk* Happy Days Wfeva H kite Massacre* Were Rosy sad Look for Their Batara—Msay Thing* Nlgaidraat of Troakls lo Those Wk* Know th* Rod Warrior—Little Wound ©*■•*# late tea Agency.  New I IRL Nov. IS —A dispatch to Th* Herald from Missoula, M jut., says: “A fierce baul* la in pr< gr. ss between th* United Hts tea regulars ani Northern Cheyenne Indian* near Fort Keogh. Th# department baa ordered thro* companias from Missoula to the seen* of th* troubls Adv cts from various points say that llvo-ly *kirm shiug I* In progress all along lbs Hoe; that th* Indian* her* been driven back. and that thro* or four of tbs redskin* have beau captured. Th* caum of th* trouble Is not stated. It is believed that th* difficulty has nothing to do 1th th* ghost dane*, bat wa* probably an attempt of the Chry en ne* to role* se by fore* Indiaa prisoners In jail at Milos C.ty.  8TORY OF TWO CATTLEMEN.  They (ti vs In fur wa! tun Thai Nab** Prospects Very Glssny,  Chit too, Nov. 2E —GotI Mil** last night receive I th* fo lowing telegram from Governor Mellette, of South Dakota: "Scotty Phillips, a cattleman living at th* mouth of the Grand Stone Butt crook, bring* rn* th* following In lei I ige nee. f’nillipt tea V*ry cool, courageous nod rot I abl* man a td was a good scum through th* Sioux had Ch*) en a# troubles H* report* that eight day* ago fie* lodges, containing I We I v* buck*, armed wltk Winchesters and laden with ammunition, * imped at his bourn, going from Rosebud lo a Urge coup which is formed on Whit* river, ai the mouth of Pass creek.  I si brit •/Carnage aug Ow*.  "Th# Indian* wsr* early and defiant la <n«»n r. O.i# of them said b* ba l ansa th* thus whs ii they used to tote oat th* besin# of child roo and drink women'* b oad, and that th* tim* was cdtning when tbsy wool I do It again In tb* last fsw day* Pbil-ips bas bad twenty cauls sills 1 by tbs Indians. Three half-breeds from Whit* river Mopped at I’hi'ltpe' home Moo lay night aud sail they st peeled bo find tho Mi tie sn sot* destroyed when they got home. Phillip* says every body Who ba* bern among Us ted teas any length of tim*, without exception, says that thor* is going to bo an uprising. end that very quietly.  Ft/Vows Henri red Armed Warriors.  "Tho dane* at Short Bull's headquarter*  *• P*»n crerk has been running fur a month, ai d Phillips think* that it • a ,-oiut fixed for oenocatratloa for all lh* baud* Ms th inks thoro are 1,OOJ lodge* and I AJO armed warrior* there now. Th* ta-  COAL.  :   The Famous Gillespie Soft COAL delivered at five minutes notice in any ot the city. Burns to a Clear Gray Ash, no Clinkers or Cinders. Best Soft Coal In the  West.  HARD COAL  In all sizes, Delivered at Lowest Market Prices, duality Unsurpassed,  DUY NOW, BEFORE THE BIG ADVANCE.  Dorsey & Mann  310 Belle street.  TKL EPI IOXK 84 AXD 31.  THE OMAHA  FOR BURNING COAL, COHR OR WOOD.  Enough Hallways la th* West.  Bonton. Nov. it—In an interview yesterday Jay Gould saki: "Thoro ar* railroads snuugh la th* waster* country for tk* next Av* years We want now Intelligently to develop th* country and kart it grow ap to th* capacity of th* road* without ruining aharohoidero by competitive rate*, which ar* aa advantage to nobody." Ho would Ilk* to onsoltdate all th* big systems now nuder his control, but says that would bs unlawful What bs will try to do m to organises newamo elation to make rate*, distribute territory, Wa ii* thinks that* small ad vane* In rate* Is n*c***ary.  Canal ballam at Rbarteam.  Lox Dux, Nev. «§ —Adit patch from Buskin* say* that th* damn chief Se a ousel I* marching against th* Mahdi with a large and troll armed fore*, and that th* Mahdi, owing to numerous desertion* and pri vat iou, I* in no cond it ion to meet tho sn#ray. In Khartoum and vicinity all the food has been sc teed for, lh* sup  Em of th* Mahdi * followers, and theiu-abit sots ar# perishing by bu birodo, Au Arab living in Khartoum is said to have kilted ooo of hi* slav**, th* family being without food,and livod wltk his household for several day* on th* romaine  Asetdsat to a* ti slur Hampton.  Coli Hat A, & Cl, Nov. *|-A telegram received hora last night tea to* that Senator Wad* Hampton, white out gunning on bl* favorite bunting grounds In Wash legion county, Mi*#, was accidentally •bot by bl* son, Mc Do Ute Hampton. Th* mn fired toward hi* father aud wonad ed him la th* head, on* of th* abote •triking hts eye Hi* injuries however, ar* not br * Is v*d to h* serious, and it is not thought likely that to will lam bls ay* Sigh..  Tw* Tral*-Wrecker* Cap! a rag.  Wile Est A REB. Pa, Nov. n -Two Hungarians, Mike Hurdurick and Donuts Cho*UR w*ro arrested far attempting to  wreck a train aa th* Delaware,    the    Indian#    into    th*    agency    before    giving  •Ut th* to*L Thor* ar* still sv’srti thou  durns s«y that they will not giro ap Short Bull, aud will fight whoa th* sold tor* try o arrest thorn. Indian ruan*rs pass i’hillip.' housi night aud day traveling bet ween Hi*tiding Rock and th* camp mu Pas* crook."  An I rgrn t Reg**** (sr Troops.  Governor Mall**is concludes hts Ute groin with so urgent req<ism for Ute establishment of pilots at Cham torts!o and boreal City. After perusing th* dispatch Gob. Miles said that Goos Roger and Brook* were making all preparation possible to protect th* Uvas sad property of •fitters.  risers, I, D., ('stokes lh* toaro.  A telegram from I Herr*. 8. D., confirm* th* a bo va, with th* additum of th* testimony of Charlo# Waldron, snot her cattleman Ho sad Phillip* both married Indian women sod have alway* had the closest relations with th* redskins They report that tho iudiaos am now engaged in killing rattle belonging to ranchmen by the score, bul it is their manner of kilting cattle more than tho number that show* poi*ta of ugliness la their character to on* who is familiar with Indian character In soma places they found a carcass with arrow* la Ii* body, which la aa much aa to any, "An I .id tan with a bad baart did this and what ar* yon going la do about ll” Indian* who wore formerly smiling sod friendly and weuld converse, ar* bow surly looking dumbs* oysters, and carry their botte full of cartridge* and Winchesters oa their shoulder*.  A Ear* relater tor Trouble.  All th* asm! civilised or good Indiana they claim, bava gnu* into Ut* agencies which is >ua <lared a sure pointer that trouble lo at hand, aud they snow It The seal of war la bb ort Bult'* ramp which to located north af th* White rtvar, In th# Pin* River agency, a few mil** from tho mouth of Peoa croak Short Bull’s following arc of (ho ugly, wilder class who bar# th* (ternate sort of faith la th* now Messiah crag# Th* serious feature of ’ this situation Is that th* order baa goo*  I oat to th* army officers to rapture th* j leader* of th* Meas.ah crass. Tho army | ta bow massing in tbs southern portion of ■ tbr south raser calloo, sad th* follower*  I of Snort Bull swear that if say attempt j la mads to capture him there will to bloodshed forthwith, sad Phillips sad ' Waldron ar* sure toay moan what they •ay  Th* I siMi -Little Ness! Submit*.  A special from Pias Ridge aaaonoen I that th* War to over. At toast Little i Wound, th* late of th* recalcitrant*, *e-co in pan ie I by hts chief lieutenant*  I Yellow Hair, Yellow Bear aud broken I Arm, ram* lute the agency late night after dark and signified their lataaiioa of : hopi mg a ooo (ere nee with th* agent.  Agent Royer’s Latate Nev*.  OK An A. Nab, Nov. at—Th* first atettai wot* cf public importance at Plan Bldg* was mad* yesterday when Agent Roy se announced that th* beef tam* woald bo postponed How long it wilt to pat od to not stated, bat th* deair* la lo get all  Combined Coal  IT HAR EVERT MODERN IMI’R sting, V '  IT* am I nan I  -THE ONLY PERFECT— ,  and Wood Cooking  Stovo Midi.  v!l In    " ,,n     "*"“»*•«    Pl    I.    -Ii) an /nu rain I 'taints Magmat‘•to^ttomC  Bol# -Agent*.  PITTS & HAMILL,  FALL SUITS.  I AM NOW KEADY TO FI RN tail EVEEY MAN IM ALTOM WITH A  SUPERIOR SUIT OF CLOTHES,  MADE FE IM IU mil p ELK CTE D ESPECIALLY FOR  FALL. WE A FL  OU * IN THI MOST STYLISH MAXNER,  With. Perfect Pit,  —<*—ffAND —-O-  At Figures.; that will Please All.  H. G. G-. Moritz^ J ulius H. Raible  Rectifier, Importer and Wholesale Dealer in  WINES AND LIQUORS.  Haring removed my busine** lo rot uew building No. 115 Fourth botwoon Piata and Ballo Streak, I • ti nil devote my entire attoaUoa  to the  WHOLESALE SALES  Of nil kinds of Wines and Liquors, where all DEALERS  to their Inter* at to PurcUaas their Supplies at  will Awl J*  Strictly Wholesale Prices.  Tho Largest and Most Select Stock of  ever brought to Una City—on hand,—aud a ment ICatatdisUed. Call and Examine.  Fine WINES and LIQUORS  complete Battling Depart*  Julius H. Raible  116 Fourth, bet. /Belle and Piasa s  FALL GOODS!  of ll it note and Charka ii  Ralph. Gray. Mr.  wanna and Wasters roil road. near Fly mouth, yesterday afternoon Tbs Hun*  Brian* war* Men trying f* fatten two ga coupling pine to the a t t track by th* engineer and fireman ot n oust train, who took tbern to th* luck*api  Th* Eleettea Weal Rap u bl Ires.  Provipiscb, R L, NUV. Hi -Th* total vt * of ‘.he oily Tuesday: Mayor— Smith, Hop., a, 44. McNally, Dom., 4,441. Bd w®rd«, Pro,, 104.  • md piu* Ridge Indian* rho have not reported. Tho** of them ’who ar* infill) od to hcteillty ar* not • Sering for eof, as they ar* biding th# router*' cattie    __  Telegraph LIB* tor Ck tea.  Loa Don, Nov. IR—-Tho Chloe** govern me ut bs* luoronjtd to lh* erection of a  aroph lino 4* netting Poking and Iberian tows Kl act. let  ANOTHER LOT Off  CLOTHS, WORCESTERS CASSlMERES,  JUST RECEIVED FOR  KALL WK AH.  ALSO A FIXE URE OF  rPPiBH (P*I *%♦§* #r^fB #%w#^y| * <a  FOK K UA AED WINTER.  E. L. BOECKMANN.   

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