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HANNA ODT OF II 6aid to Be Settled That He Will Not Succeed Sherman in the Senate. He Will, However, Oppose Bosh, nell When the Election Occurs. Lieutenant Governor Jones Most Likely to Get the Short Term. Highest of all in Leavening Strength.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report. CufSURfti O., Feb, 8.—Careful in quiry by a representative of the Asso ciated Press, among the more intimate friends and political advisers of Mr. M. A. Hanna, developed the fact that there is good ground for the reports which have been in circulation during the past few days to the effect that the national chairman will not be ap pointed to til the place of Senator Sherman, in the United States Benate. In fact it can be stated on unquestion able authority that Mr. Hanna has practically abandoned all .hope of se curing the appointment. A gentleman who stands as close to Mr. Hanna as any person in Cleveland, said that there was no doubt that Governor Bushnell would appoint .Lieutenant Governor Jones to fill the unexpired term of Senator Sherman, and that at the next session of the legislature, which convenes in Janaary, 18U8, Gov ernor Bushnell would himself be a can didate for the full term. It is further stated, on the same Authority, that Lieutenant Governor Jones has agreed not to be a candidate for the full term in opposition to Gov ernor Bushnell. and that the fight will then be strictly between Bushnell and Hanna. The gentleman who gave this information, and whose knowledge upon the subject cannot be doubted, paid that the fight between National Chairman Hanua and Senator Foraker would now be curried on to the bitter end, and would, ha said, not be by any means confined to state politics. The report that Mr. Hanna is being strongly urged to accept the postmas ter generalship in President McKin ley's cabinet, is also verified, but thus far, it is stated, he-has steadily declined to enter the cabinet in any capacity. JUDGE JOSEPH M'KENXA. Sk«teh of IIm Career of MeKlolejr*a Sac retsrjr of the Interior. SAN TKAMNSCO, .Feb. 6. Judge Joseph McKenna, who, it is an nounced, will be secretary of the in terior in Mr. McKinley'a cabinet, was bprn in Philaidelphia in 1K43. When 12 years of age he was brought to Cali fornia, the family settling at Benecia. He studied law at St. Augustine ool lege, beiug admitted to.the bar in 1865. In 1875 he w*s elected a.member of the state legislature, and in 1879 he was elected to congress, holding the posi tion four successive terms, his majority at the polls incruMin# with each suc ceeding term iron 2i9 in kb79 to 5.U00 in 1890. While serving his fourth term he was appointed by President Harrison in 1892 judge of the United States circuit court. Judge McKenna has a wife and two daughters, who are prominent in society. All the mem bers of the family are devout Roman Catholics. J. ADDISON fORTER. T10 Cma«etknl Editor Will Be Presi dent McKiniey'a Private Secretary. WASHINGTON, Feb. 6.—-The Connecti cut delegation received a telegram from J. Addison Porter of Hartford, Conn., dated Canton, formally advis ing them that he had been offered the position of secretary by Mr. McKinley and had accepted. The delegation is highly gratified over Mr. Porter's se lection for this important place, and predict that he will make an ideal private secretary to the incoming pres ident. Lmore«ni Prepaie« to M«ik WAWIINOTOX, Feb. 5.—Judge fl W Lainnreaux of Wisconsin, commissioner of the general land office, in an inter view, states that he will on March 4, send in his resignation to President McKinley. He said that he had al ready sent his family and all his per sonal effects to his home in Wisconsin and that he expected to follow March 10. On that date he will have served |our years. Jones Wouldn't Talk. COLUMBUS, O., Feb. 6.—Lieutenant Governor Jones bad a conference with Senator Foraker, at Cincinnati, and with Governor Bushnell here, bat would neither affirm ftor dan/ the sen atorial stoiy, Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE FOR CUBAN REFORMS. Announced That the IjMBlih Cabinet Has Agreed oa a Plan. MADRID, Feb. 6.—The cabinet has finally agreed upon a scheme for Cuban reforms, which will be submitted to the queen regent for signature at once. The text will pvabably b* gazetted Sat urday. The council of state will ex amine the programme for reforms after publication. The date upon which the reforms will be carried into effect will depend upon the progress of the mili tary operations in Cuba. The most important changes in the new plan consist of the creation of an assembly to be called the council of ad ministration, to be composed of 86 members. Twenty-one of these mem bers will be elected by the people of Cuba 6 by the different corporations, and the remainder will be selected, 1 s magistrate, 1 a university professor, 1 an archbishop and 5 former senators or deputies. This council will be empow ered, first, to prepare the budget sec ond, to examine into the fitness of offi cials appointed third, to make a tariff subject to tho condition that Spanish imports are to have an advautage over the imports from other countries. Signed By the Qarea KegwnS. MADRID, Feb. 6.—The queen regent has signed the plan for the reforms in the Island of Caba. The text of the document will be published on Satur day. Think Too Much Is TMMed. LONDON, Feb. 5.—A dispatch to the St. James Gazette from Madrid, says that the outline of the Cuban reforms made public has created bad impres sion, being regarded as yielding too much to Cuba. WEYLER AND 'GOMEZ. Spaatak Wot Cabaa Vnmandm Far Apart. HAVANA, Feb. 6.—'General Weyler has arrived at Villa Clara, capital of the province Ckf Santa Clara. The ex act whereabouts of General Gomez is not made public, if it is known to the Spanish commander. He was last heard from in Sancti Spiritus district of Santa Clara province, 40 miles from Villa Clara. Cuban YVoraea Deported by Weyler. KEY WEST, Fla., Feb. 5.—Five Cuban ladies arrived on the steamer Olivette from Havana last night, having been ordered to leave the island by Captain General Weyler. They were forced to depart from Havana because of the claim being made that they were sus pec ted of conspiracy against the Span ish government. Ia Nat Murderer Taylor. CARROLLTOU, Mo., Feb. 5.—Photo graphs have been received by Sheriff Lewis of. the man captured at Han ford, CaL Tbey bear no resemblance whatever to George Taylor and the sheriff wired ts torn the man loose. IN HONOR OF WALES. Maay Kateblei Fiaeaent at Hayaaid'a INnner. LOXDOW, Feb. i.—9rtie WILL FILE A CONTEST. Utah Senatorial Fight W«U He Settled la WMhlaitM. SALT LAKE, Utah, Feb. 5.—Moses Thatcher and his friends say that the senatorial fight was not ended by the ballot that gave Rawlins .12 rotes. The warning was given by Senator jRidout in the joint assembly, and was followed by the announcement tab at an appeal would be taken to the XJiiited States senate, and that a contest ia duo form would be filed within the re quired time. The contest will be baaed upon the charges of coercion by church officers. The contest will be preceded by a petition to the United States sen ate which is now being signed by Thatcher's friends in the legislature, asking for an investigating committee. Remitted by Carlisle. WASHINGTON,Feb. 5.—Secretary Car lisle has removed from office William Ryan, a clerk in th£ office of the audi* tor of the poetoffict, and J. C. S. Colby, a clerk in the internal revenue bureau. Ryan got into trouble through running for congress and Golby was recently convicted of running a gaming table. itrM of Columbia Bill. WASHINGTON, Feb. 5.—The house (Missed several minor bill and then con sidered the District ot Colombia appro priation ®h£ iilddison 2Dailn ESTABLISHED 1890. MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA FRIDAY*, FEBRUARY 5. 1897. guests of the United States ambassador, Mr. Thomas F. Bayard, at the dinner which he gave in honor of the Prince of Wales, included Cardinal Vaughn, Lord Hals bury, lord high chancellor the Mar quis of Salisbury, take Marquis of Lans downe. Baron Russell of Killowen, lord chief justice at England Sir Will iam H. Russell, the well known news paper correspondentThomas R. Fer guson, the United States minister to Sweden and Norwaylieutenant Com mander Cowles, the United States naval attache, aad maagr others promi nent among the English mobility. A CHANCE TO GIVE Forty Thousand Orphaned Arme nian Children Need Some Assistance To Save Them From Starvation and Debasing Moslem En slavement. They Can Be Cared For at the Rate of a Dollar a Month. NEW YORK, Feb. 5.—Announcements are made by Spencer Trask, chairman, and Frederick D. Green, secretary of the National Armenian Relief com mittee, that the committee recently forwarded to Turkey $35,000. The committee has just received a cable messago to the international committee at Constantinople, of which the British ambassador is chairman, acknowledg ing the remittance, These "wards of Christendom," it is stated, can be easily saved from starva tion or debasing enslavement in Mos lem homes, and can be cared for at the rate of $1 a month, but thousands will perish before spring unless gener ous gifts are sent at once to Brown Bros. & Co., 6tf Wall street. New York, who are the authorized treasurers of the commitee. MANY VILLAGES BURNfcD. righting on the Island of Crete la Cat ting Sarioaa. LONDON, Feb. 5.—A dispatch to The Times from Athens gives additional details of the troubles between Chris tians and Mohammedans on the Island of Creto. It is announced that 3,000 Christians have surrounded the seaport town of Canea and that they have already burned the Mussulman village of Taratzi in revenge for the burning of the town of Galata. Altogether six villages are reported to have been de stroyed by fire at the hands of Moham medans and Christians, and a rumor has been widely circulated to the effect that a massacre of Christians occurred at Galata. Continuous firing oan be heard in the vicinity of Suda. BETTER CLASSES FEEL IT. Famine In India Iteglnnlng to Affect Site Rich. LONDON, Feb. 5. A dispatch to The Daily Mail from Bombay says that the better classes among the people of India are beginning to feel the pinch of the famine. Many are selling fnrni tare aad ornaments at ruinous prices and the prevailing distress is terribly seen. In the Deccoa district even farmers are applying to the govern ment for aid. People of the lower caste, it is. asserted, are at present liv ing on the "fat of the land." The ex planation is made that they are gorg ing themselves upon the carcasses of cattle, which are dying by tfce thou sands. RUMORS OF TROUBLE. Globe Hears ef DIMwbaaeea at Jnhauneabnrg. LowiXM»,:Feb. 6.—The Globesays that a rumor iscurrent in the city that seri ous disturbances have taken place at Johannesburg. What the Noroetl flay*. 8*. PmcusBUHG, Feb. 5.—The No vosti says "It is foolish to imagine that the mH&n can be held responsible for the recent events in Turkey. It in the Mussulman population whom he has to consider, and that population can ouly be eonquered by war, which Oost Russia eo dear in 1878. If Eng land or any eamntry were to begin to bombard any Turkish town, it would be the signal for a general Christian massacre and war." Cur la Melancholy. LONDON, Feb. 6.—The Daily Mail publishes dispatches announcing that the epileptic symptoms which marked the youth of the czar are returning. These symptoms, taken in connection with fears of the reault of the approach ing operation, have, it is asserted, pro duced feelings of morbid melancholy in tho Russian monarch. To Pnt a Cheek en Lawym. Diss MOINES, la., Feb, 6.—The prin cipal feature of the day's session of the legislature was a lively fight in the house, a score of members wanting to amend the code so that lawyers may be limited in the length of time consumed in addressing courts and juries. It was finally voted down, but notice was served of reconsideration. Beprodaoo the Charleston RltckMa WASHINGTON, Feb. 6.—Admiral Bailee's squadron sailed from Hamp ton Roads to begin a new set of man euvers and drills, the most interesting feature of which will be a mock block ade of the port of Charleston, S. C., reproducing in some measure, the con ditions that existed there daring thf j'or Offt* Mtraaiabip Ticket* Tia any steamship line crossing the Atlantic, at lowest rates for tirat cabin second cabin and steerage, both outward and prepaid, apply to II. R. Wood, agent of Chicago, Milwaukee and Btating that the funds in hand are entirely inadequate to meet the awful suffering and desti tution, and that careful investigation has shown that not less than 40,000 children have been made orphans by the late massacres. A way, at Madison, S. D. GMcarets St. Paul Rail Everybody Says 80. Candy ddtful ant Cathartic, the most won medical disco\ervof the upe. (feas and refivslnne to the taste, art gently and positively on kidneys, liver and bowels, cleansing the entire syst/ tn. dis|K'l colds, curs headache, lever, habitual constipation biliousness. Please buy and try of C. guaranteed to a cure box C. C. to-day 10, &">. Mi cents. Sold and by all druggists. Lpet A dear little child who made home happy by its smiles. And to think, it might hare been saved had the parents 6nly kept in the house One Min ota Cough Cure, the infallible remedy fot croup. FRANK SMITH. A LOCAL NEWSPAPER it i. 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