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Suits from SI up. Clothing Governor Scolield vetoed it on the grounds that its provisions relating to outside combinations were unconstitu tional because of interfering with interstate commerce, and that its oper ation would be pernicious. He also held that its provisions were harsh and unreasonable. IT IS NECESSARY. prosperity Will be ivi»j«d Until A Ei" road Fooling Bill I'Miet. WA6HJNOTOX. April 5. —Senator For aker says he is determined to push his railway pooling bill to a vote in the senate before the close of the extra ses sion, if possible. He has left Washington for his home in Ohio, to be absent several days. Just before he left, he said "As soon as I return I will urge the oommittee on interstate commerce to give immediate consideration to my bill, and to report it to the senate ae toon as possible. 'There ought not to be much delay about it, for the reason that the senate is thoroughly familiar with the sub ject, having already had under consid ^VKlNfl POWDER Absolutely Pure. Celebrated for it* Rrt'*t le*v«?uln» »t. and healthfalBees. Ae-r.ren tie food against »lom tod all form* of common to the cheap brand*. KOYAL HAK1I POWDER CO., New York. 5 Men's Boys' & Children's CLOTHING. WE are offering some rare values in Men's Suits in the follow ing fabrics: Cheviots Unfinished Worsteds, Scotch Plaids, Fancy Worsteds, Diagonal Worsteds, Cashmere and Serges, which should not be missed by the purchasers of Clothing this spring. Our stock of Boys' and Children's Suits is very attractive. Low prices reign, NO NEED FOR IT Governor Scolield Vetoes the Anti-Trust Law Passed ill Wisconsin. He Says It Is Unconstitutional As Well as Harsh and Unnecessary. Foraker Says He Will Push His Bill to Permit Railroad Pooling. MADISON, Wis., April 5.—Governor Scofield has vetoed the McGillivray anti-trust bill. The bill not only pro hibited the formation of trusts in Wis con?in, but authorized and made it the business of the attorney general to pro ceed against foreign combinations do ing business in any way in this state. fflflP Jm eration in a former congress the Fatter son bill, which was very similar to the bill I have introduueed. "The recent decision of the supreme court has brought about a condition which calls for immediate action, and it is not only necessary that legislation should be enacted, but that it should be done promptly. I am convinced that real prosperity cannot be brought about or made permanent until there has been legislation on this subject. "Not only is it imperative that there should be stability of freight rates, so that business men can know what they will be called upon to pay for the ship ment of goods, but it is also imperative that tho railroads should be assured protection from ruinous rate wars, and from the present uncertainty, which will prevent them from placing orders for new material for the maintenance of their present systems, or for their extension. "The question of whether there is to be prosperity or depression in a great many lines of business is, therefore, de pendent upon the action of congress in regard to this matter. "I have talked with members of the committee and with other senators, in dividually, and I believe the outlook for the passage of the bill I have intro duced, is favorable." Grand Trunk and Canadian raclflc Row. MONTREAL, April 5.—The trouble be* tween the Grand Trunk and the Cana dian Pacific railways about transcon tinental rates continues. The former has announced a schedule of rates to meet that of the Canadian Pacific, and the Canadian Pacific announces that it will appeal to the joint traffic associa tion to compel the Grand Trunk to go back to the old rates. The Grand Trunk says it will not obey the joint traffic association. Philadelphia tells Sunday. SAN DIEOO, Cal., April 6.—The flag ship Philadelphia will sail Sunday for Honolulu, and everything is being rushed aboard her in the way of sup plies. The Adams sailed during the day Magdalena bay. The Albatross has orders to sail April 6 to Catalina Island for fish commission work, and the revenue cutter Corwin has orders to join the Bering sea patrol in Alaska and will sail this month. Want Shorter Boars. MILWAUKEE, Wis., April 5.—The 10, 000 union brewery employes in Mil waukee have submitted a demand for •ight hours' work a day for ten hours' pay. The agreement which expired Thursday required ten houre' work, fchould no agreement bo reached by Monday on the wage question, a strike probably will be ordered. Wag* Scale Reduced. IRON WOOD, Mich., April 6.—The Metropolitan Iron and Land company has announced an immediate increase of 10 per cent in the wage scale in its mines here. The increase affects 1,000 men employed in the Norrie and Pabst wine. General Dick la Secretary. WABHINQTON, April 6. —General William M. 06borne of Boston, recent ly appointed consul general to London, has resigned the secretaryship of the Republican national national commit tee. Senator Hanna, as chairman of the committee, appointed Major Gen eral Charles Dick of the vacancy. Akron.O., to fill /... nfotson M*A JEjL for Men, Eats & Caps. THIS is our great specialty. We are positively headquarters for everything good and fashionable in hats and cape. We carry the leading brands in the market in all the latest styles and shapes. The Great Head to Foot Outfitters for Men. MAY SAVE RIVERA Secretary Sherman Has Given the Spanish Minister ft Strong Hint That His Execution Will Not Improve Spain's Cause America. Great Britain Steadily Pushes Preparations For a Fight in South Africa. CHICAGO, April-5 —The Times-Her ald's Washington special says Secre tary Sherman has protested against the execution of General Ruiz Rivera, the Cuban leader in Pinar del Rio, who was roc ently captured by the Spanish forces. President McKinley and Secretary Sherman discussed the Rivera case, and the latter, at the president's sug gestion, communicated with Senor De Lome, the Spanish minister. GRINAGER BROS. GKINAGER BROS. Secretory Sherman will not make a formal protest against the execution of Rivera. At the same time, Secretary Sherman wanted the Spanish minister and his government to understand that the execution of Rivera would not tend to promote good feeling for Spain in this country. Already public opin ion was much" exercised over the threat to shoot the prisoner, and if that threat were earned into execution the indignation throughout the United States might be so great as to embar rass the government. It is not doubted that Senor De Lome communicated the subject of this informal protest to his government, and there are reasons for believing that the Spanish government will cable or ders to Havana which will save Ri vera's life. TRANSVAAL EVENTUALITIES. Great Britain Steadily Pushing Preparation*. the towns, forts, etc. 8AYS HE IS ALIVE. Her LONDON, April 5.—The preparations against eventualities in the Transvaal are being steadily pushed forward. A representative of the Associated Press has learned from war office sources that a general to command the British forces has been selected and has been asked to prepare a-plan for the cam paign against the Boers, including the number and description of the troops of different branches of the service, etc., which he judges will be necessary to bring the military operations to a successful conclusion. This general, who is familiar with Af rican fighting, has replied that 10,000 British regulars will be sufficient, as ho counts on the 40,000 troops, white and black, which are already there, while he does not consider the Boers, even if able to do so, will put 40,000 armed men in the field, antl one-half of these he believes will be required to guard General Carlllo Denle* Being X1IM fey the Spaniard*. JACKSONvnxE, Fla., April l§t- Negligee shirts 50c, 65c, 75c, 90c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 and $2.00. White dress shirts 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1 25. *4 MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA MONDAY, APRIL 5, 1897. PRICE FIVE CENTS. BOSTON Boys & IS k Sits & QOME IN and look over our lin^ of Shirts for spring. We can giv0 you any style you want. Working shirts at 25c, 35c and 50c. Sec our Now Stock of $ Wall Paper It just arrived Simply elegant. That describes the Patterns. The prices will suit you too. ter reoeived here by Jus to Carrillo from his brother General Francisco Carrillo, who commands the -Cuban forces in Santa Clara province, shows that the recently published report of his death is untrue. He writes to deny the Spanish account and says that ho was wounded slightly by a bullet at the battle in which General Serafln Sanchez was killed. He adds: "We have plenty of arms and ammunition to support the campaign. Weyler has been around here but he has done nothing." MUST SERVE HIS SENTENCE. Indiana Wife Murderer Gets No Relief From the Supreme Court. INDIANAPOLIS, April 5.—The supreme court has handed down its decision in the case of William E. Hinscliaw against the state. The decision is written by Judge McCabe. The lower court is affirmed and Hinscliaw will be compelled to serve his sentence of life imprisonment unless there is execu tive clemency. William E. Hinschaw was tried between Sept. 4 and Oct 12. 1895, for the murder of his wife on the night of Jan. 10, 1895, and was found guilty of murder in the second degree being sentenced to Imprisonment for life. SHOES & RUBBERS- OUR SPRING LINE of Shoes is here, and it is a dandy. We want your trade on shoes and will make very close prices. We han dle nothing but Men's and Boys' shoes and rubbers, of which we have the largest stock in the city. KNOCKED OUT. That's the way you feel when you look at your WilTCH OIE3 CLOCH Every Job Warranted. Engraving Free. Children and find it stopped~-Especially if this happens shortly after haying same repaired—Its annoying and you. feel that you did not get your money's worth—If that has been your ex perience—give us a trial—that's all we ask to prove ourt ability—Satisfaction is what you pay for and get. c. plications for pardon were filed with Tanis Bixby, secretary of the board of pardons. The case best known is that of F. L. Williams, the Minneap olis man who shot and killed H. W. Thomas one evening in the summer of 18'J") just after he had seen Thomas leave the home of Mrs. Williams' par ents, where the young woman was then living. The application, among o'her things, is backed by a petition containing 75 pages of name*. Appeal to European ChrUtlans. CANEA, April 5. —The bishop of Canea has sent a message of fervent appeal to the Christian peoples of Europe, im« ploring them to compel their govern ments to stop bombarding and to cease opposing the unanimous desire of the Cretans to escape tyranny by a anion with Greece. Pay Day for Poor La. BROWN'S VALLET, Minn., April 6.— A payment to the Sisseton Indians oi $25 per capita hac begun at the agency twelve miles west of here. UMBRELLAS AND RUBBER CLOTHING. WHENEVER IT RAINS, our Umbrellas, Mackintoshes, Rubber and Oil Clothing "reign supreme." Don't get wet and die when yon can get an umbrella for 75c. Mackintoshes from 83 up. Rub ber coats $2.00 to $3.00. H. WOOD, THE OLD RELIABLE Druggist TWELVE AFTER PARDONS. One Williams, Who Killed Thomas In Minneapolis. ST. PAUL, April 5.—Twelve more ap- wi Nf.sc 1 S. Y. HYDE ELEVATOR CO. Ham i soft Goal. An excellent grade of Lehigh Val ley coal. Bottom prices. Fr-e delivery to any part, of the city. Win. 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