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   LeMars Sentinel (Newspaper) - March 18, 1890, Lemars, Iowa                                V0fe#X, NO. 22. MARS, IOWA. TTJESI)AYi4^;A:EGB^ 18, 1890.  ISSUED SEMI-WEEKLY. $2.00 PER YEAR POWDER Absolutely Pure pwder nefver vatteftfeiA marvel of pan ty. li and vhole�omeneas;:: Moro ooonomioal 'cindi^iand; cannot bo told in iLmnltitadeo of low test short O�phate;powdor8. Sold only KINO FOWOEB Co., 100 WaU BELAU BROS. liMffi,lagon strop ^'WlllddallkliidB of New Work, both wood and Iron, and repairs in a Bbillful manner.  Hone Shoeing a specialty. iiBBRItL. ;     -        IOWA.   83*8m GEO. C. SCOTT, LAWYER. Special attention given to Collections. ABSTRACTS OF TITLE >Mui� in Book and Blanket Formi. Office over ' man-American Savings Bank,    LBMARS,       -       -       IOWA. Gcr HlDESI HIDES! HIDES 'Amn^ Felts,   Furs .)       Wool and Tallow. W. M. CLAGG & CO., . BqildiBc north of Floyd Bam on Euglo Street. , FRED P. WHITNEY, mtVPUIHBERlKDGISFITTER -dealer in- 'BATH TUB8, SINKS, :    IRON-AND LEAD PIPES,  Mt,"'t'Ba� and bajwase waffon run in .connection with':thtiUnion'Hi>tel. :P idMtOBnypartot the city. .T�lephone Mo-23 HOYT & GOUDIE. Bain & Ketcham LtrSlBJIR WAGONS, J> /MARSEILLES AND ADAl^IS, FilierSliellers and Feed Hills, *�.^C^�'"Pi<���  Adams vi'i#miiis. Hand? and Underground Force 'Pump, Btf CYLIRDER PUMP. All sdodi'Warranted. ^i|ILEY & CO. Gns Ilaerling's old stand diwral Book BiiIib; lUllMIIIOtS, 'ufPromptAttentiottii acOEA.mOLL, m CAR KM CASES. Intcr-State Commerce Commission's Latest Decision. COST OF SEBTICE CUTS A FIGVBE, But a Difference In Favor of Oar i.bad Lots that Kills Conpotitlon Between Enrico and Smiill Dealers Is Unlawful- News from tiio Capital. Washington. March 17 -The interstate com mission decided the cases brought against tlie Trunk Lines, F. B. Tluirber and others by Thomas L, Green and Francis H. Leggett & Co. o� New York, known as the "car-load cases," in favor of the complainants. Complaint was made of too great differences in rates charged ou oar-load and less tlian car-load quantities. The cases excited widespread interest, and more than four thousand persons, firms and corporations doing business in various sections of the country filed memorials with the commission expressing their views for or against the relief sought for by the complainants. The point decided are briefly stated as follows: Classification of freight for transportation purposes is in terms recognized b^ the act to regulate commerce, and u therefore lawful. It is also a valuable convenience both to the shippers and carrriers. A classification of freight designating different classes for car load quantities and for less than car load quantities lor transportation at a lower rate in oar loads than in less tb^n car loads, is not in contravention of the act to regulate commerce. The circumstances and' conditions of the transportation in re sppct to the work done by the carrier' and the revenue earned are dissimilar,! and may justify a reasonable difference' in rates. The public interests are subserved by car load classifications of property tuat on account of. the volume transported to reach markets or supply; the demands of trade throughout the! country legitimately or usually mdves^ in such quaniities. Carriers are not at; liberty to classify property as a basis of transpurlation rutes and impose charges for its carriage, with exclusive regard to their own interests, but they must respond to the interests of those who may have reason to employ thi-ir services and conform their charges to the rules of relhtivB equity and justice which the act prescribes. Cost of service is an important element in fixing tvansportation charges and entitled to fair consideration, but it is not alone controlling nor supplied by carriers, and the value of the service to the property carried is an essential factor to be recognized in coun.^ction with other considerations. The public interests are not to be subui'dinated to those of carriers, and require pr per regard for the value of the service in the apportionment of nil charges upon traffic. A difference in rates upon carloads and leas than carloads of the same merchandise between the same points of carriage ao Avide as to be de tructive to competition between large and small dealers, especially upon articles of general and necessary use, and which, under existing conditions of trade, furnish fL large volume of business to carriers, is unjust, and violat. s tho provisions and principles of the act. A difference in rates for a solid carload of the same kind of freight from one consignor to one consignee, and a carload quantity from the same point of shipment to the same destmuiion, consisting of like freight or freight of hkks charnoter, from more than one consignor^ to one consignee, cr from one consignor to more than one consignee, is not justified by the difference in cost of handling. . Under the ofiicinl classification the articles known in trade as grocei-y articles are so classified us to discriminate uiijmtly in rates between carloads and less thun'carloads upon many articles, and a revision ot the classification and rates to correct unjust differences and give these respective modes of shipment more relatively reasonable rates is necessary and is so ordered, The Pan-Aiuerionii Conforonoe. Washington, March 17.-The work of the Fan-American congress has bo far progressed that adjournment, is confl., dently expected within the next thirty days. Arrangements are being perfected for the trip through the south. The status of the suojeots referred to the committee is as follows: Customs Union-Under discussion by 'the'cpnferen'ce, two reports having been presented; V The majority report, recom-mendiiig the negotiation of reciprocity treaties between vthe .several nations wherevor,practicable,4t ia thought will be adopted.'.iw "    , Communication on the. Atlantio-R^; port pending in congress^,    i-' Communication on the Pacific, OuU; of Mexico apd the Carribean Sea-Guar toriiB jegulation, port dues and monetaiy conveution'reports prepared and in the; hands of the printer. - . ' Extraditi6h4-Beport now" being tranB-' lated. ;    , Banking and Genei al Welfare-Re-; ports under consideration by the com-; mittoe.  ; Railway Communication, Sanitary: Regulations, Patents and Trademarks, Weights ; and: Measiues, International Law-Reports adopted.        ^'Trausportdtion of I'ood Produota. ' Washington, March 17. -Interstate Commerce Commissioners - Shoemaker and^ragg will hold a public aession  eQn found by itriu'ti �obpbl;l THE CO�OBB8SIOIIAT. FOUEOAST. tho Blalr Bill to Beach a Tote in the Sen-ate tUe Present Week. Washington, March 17.-The Benate is to continue the consideration of the Blair educational bill intermittently during the week until Thursday. There la a general desire-to get rid of it, for it has occupied the attention of the aenat^'to the exclusion of other important bu^ij-ness for several weeka. The fato of the bill is probeblematical. Mr. Blair claims that it will paisa by a small majoHty. Senators Aldrich and Faulkner, wjho b'aTe taken great interest in the oppcMi-tion to the biU,'believe that there iia 'gOod majority of the senate pledged against it. Mr. Hawley is booked for a speech on-the bill, and Mr. Evarts will close the general debate. It has been agreed that on Thursday, at 2 O'dclockj Mr; Blair shall be given the floor for an hour to make a final appeal in behalf of the measure, and that debate oil th^ amendments shall be- conducted unde^ the five-minute rule. When the' final vote of the Blair bill has beeh tkkeii there will be'a struggle for precedence amotag the friends of several impbrtani measures. The sub-committee. having in charge the MbEinley uhd6r-valua| tibns bill has been working hard upon it with a view to getting itintothesenateii^ time to ' antflgbnize, with it any other measnre which ;may claim the right of way after the Blair bill, Among the^ other measures which will .be-pressed are the bill for the , admission of Wyor ming into the 'Unioh'; the: Pacific Ti�il-roads funding bill;the Sherman anti' truBtbill, and the Hale .bill for the ihi crease of the navalestablishment;-: The; Montana election case will be: reported] to the senate early in ;tbe : yeek .and it will have right of way if the cominil feela disposed to press it. .The up deficiency bill will be taken; up; befor^ the end of the week and passed without; much debate. ... r:.: i,.:; i' \ In the secret aession the .polph oom-' mittee may bring ,;Up:8on�_ething.., new,} although what it will agree; upon is not; known to the members of the.committee! yet;,, . ,: ,.,� ,,       ,.i; ;;,;i;.,r ! Other matter tp; be debat^^j; in sec^tj session is the contest" over ,the,,noniina-: tiona of district judge ; nd! attorney for'; the Northern district of Florida. In itiie House the direct tax bill, the measure that! caused the long deadlock in the house last year, is to be brought up for consi; oration by the judiciary coinmittee some! day this week. � The contested election j case of Miidd vs.: Compton,: from; the i Fifth Maryland district,; will be oalled, up n either Tuesday or Thursday, if nothing intervenes.   It will .be pushed to a conclusion by the Republicans, iwho; will seat Mr. Mudd.  There; is prospect; of ano'ther bitter, party straggle, oy^r! this case.   On Tuesday . the elections' committee expects to take action on the case of Bowen vs. Buchaiian, of the Tenth district of Yirginiai and there Is a chance that it will also be brought up in the hoiifie and disposed of before the week has ijaased-  Saturday will be devoted to eulogies on the life of the late Representative Gay of Louisiana.. There is a probability that' the pension appropriation bill be brO iglit ui> for considei:-ation, and the outlook is for a busy A MAMMOTH HOSTELRY. ffiPMDIANS Bishop Stanley's Appeal Dakota Red Men. for WITHOUT   FOOV OR  CLOTHING. Th'e BiakopDeolMres the Oovemment Has ^bbe'd'tlie Chl|ipewas of Eleven BlllUon Acres and Vett T'hem Helpless on a Patch of Barren I.an .'D , bishop of North Dakota, occupied, the pulpit of the cathedral Sunday and made an appeal for aid for the auffe) ing' Chippewa" Indians iubis dlociese.;,^ He;said the government ' bad Stolen ii,^,^Oi)0'�icrei of land from ' t^ese Indians witnou^ giving a cent Of 'boiiipeiD^atioti tWre^^     Two thousand ' IhdiilnB 'wore 'st^^     and freezing' ^on 5,000 abres.of'bkif on swampy a,nd rocky .ground' which wo6r. old wife, who knelt over bind with a rosary in her hand, praying'for'Gbd to take her husband. , i Night wiis settine in; no ligh t, no candle,; no onp ,to.say a kind word to the, poor; (,oldjicppplei r And this in a Christian country,, the United States of 'Aii4rica"'tt(e;laiid:of. the free, .the � In- ahother'hdVel 1- fbuiid t _   -_______-____________the; children ith'Ut clothing! gathered around' the fire, place;Jspluckingii out the charred sticks that they might roll in the warm ashes. ; The�Unitbd/States ^appropriates 1.^,006jbthese."IgdianB,..about$3.60 to '^ .Flourand Fat.Pork, , : , .. i^*aMS(|li'att>i^:i^era: : Thb^pbrki iiilbketliag:^''t W^ld'nbt have bbiieved th%' tmth^f W 6^:y' if' r had hot wit-hessediit.' ^ DiiHtig' t he eighteen hibhths previbu8ito:Jiily;'18lH),out6f 8,400 Indians 100, died. i>:Duringf the ihtrntb of January twenty-seven died. These .deaths are almost ,.,inyM^a)t>ly,}.of. ,:stoirv^      ' The wpmeh iue',,^Im^   universally clad in  one garment-rra calico dreM-toi protect i them, andv'le^.it lie' Said to their credit.' i that hot'Woin'ah was: i^issing from the little parishbhurchOnSundaj.'''    -  � The;reverend! spe-iker::-.closed: by ap-' ipm iiiK:.tp the Qpngregatiohto extend to ' these, rppipjr , ;p�pplejr-tiieir,, i|infortunate , bretherpii'T-a, portion .ofthe ir, substance ;f6f the rtlief pf-th^ ,ppor IndiaM^ TO Opiii r SETTIiKBS. THB UKf.!.' COMHINI5. Armour and n .Syiirti<;iite Turning Tliclr Attention to the Const. San P'kanOisco, March il.-A large tract recently purchased at Point Pinole, forty miles above this city, on the shore of the bay, for the establishment of a a meat cannery is 'said to have been bought in the interest of Armour and a syndicate of packers that will try to control the beef market on the coast. The syndicate will build extensive abattoir near Point Pinole, where they will have stock yards and packing houses. The fresh Bee will be suld from refrigerator depots at San Francisco, Oakland, Sacramento and Stockton and perhaps over points. In this manner it is hoped to control the price for live stock and make a market for meat. The company will have its own refrigerator cars and manage transportation, while the cannery will utilize all unsaleable parts. Rftail butchers are uneasy over the scheme, as they fear higher prices. After Brothcrliood Desertori4. cleveland, March 17.-The Cleveland Players League' team will be the first club of the new organization to begin a suit against its deserting players. Attorney L. A. Eussell, legal agent of the Cleveland team, prepared papers asking from the Cuyahoga county common pleas court an injunction against Catcher Zimmer and Jhortstop McKean, to prevent them from playing with tho local league team. The cases will be pushed to a speedy trial. Mr. Russell iaid that as the two men signed Players' league contracts first they couli be legally held. BANDY'S EEOENT EEMAEKS. Clii'irchill Beplies to the Charge of Disloyalty in   Connection  with  His Parnell Commission Speech. London, March 17. - Randolph Churchill's recent speech against the reception of the Parnell commission's report has been published. In a note added to it Lord Randolph says the charges of disloyalty which partisans have brought against him might more forcibly be urged against those who forced parliament into the appointment of the com- mission. � ' De Freycinet'B Cabinet. Paris, March 17.-M. De Freycinet has had but little difficulty in forming a new cabinet, as follows: President of the council and minister "of war, De Freycinet, interior, Constant; .finance, Rouvier; public instruction aiid fine arts, Bourgeois; marine; Barbey; commerce and industry, Jules Roche; agri-julture, De Ville; foreign affairs, Ribot; justice, Falleries; public works, Guyot; colonies, Etienne.       .   , -'� . The Labor-Conference. Beblin, March 17.-The labor conference was opened. Baron Von Berlepsch, Prussian minister of commerce, welcomed the delegates when they were assembled in the great hall of Prince Bismarck's palace. Baron 'Von Berlepsch was. elected president and Herr Magdeburg vice president. The Dui i#tiv�I�aven'iroit^^^ tP the nWjyp^t pni^,makp| Mi^full; ;;reportlby elesmnh pfithe-statp. bf affaii^ alEii  ��a,y^B BiU:jbi- action heces-;Bary.V: Gen^yMon^ttv.,!^^ i^ren instiupr; ^bns ,fbr.;tha:tifbbpa:t9^^^^ ainple.time tpyac^tb^b^^ lfeipibte;ni�^^^ ,; ,;;;�: HaklitB U.'WM'm'rer tbe Graaen. TopbKa; Kan;, iltfaPcK.'ir^From pri-yatb''9liBii�^|^jie!^ the ,�ivtiie,:8MpV^ 8^ j^ide,. Hsid ;fibm:;;liie Ai;kaDn8: i^'Nb; Han's; fl4iM,'/�.iras::buroeds^^ prj^ni^ibandipf conspiivtan^ m thpirinterefts;: of .tlwi.bopm.ers.vv The palijilei^aenwlobuld jC,iarnye atlbut i one cbn-0lu.giipn;'i^hi <;:^^^ tiS*i?VMi*�b Wi^t       opi^^ bi^m i^yei; bUide oft. the'strip, stampede; thp;:jcatl^e,, |u(ilc/ -ith a large quantity of material to.beusedin holding tho ends of the levee and prevent further caving and enlargement. > The tug Parker arrived at 6 p. m. from the crevasse aind will return at Midnight with material and provisions. The,^ater from' the crevasse baa backed up a,nd 'flbbded some plantations; It will bverflbw'flilly onb-fbuith of East Carroll parish, and the greater part of Tensas iBindiMfidisbh'parisbea. The eastern part of Jthe latter/^will'esciape. The water has ppjbyet re�ched the .;Vibksburg, Shreve-pOTt iahd Pacifib railroad, and probably M^liiiot-fbrseveral days. The crevasse basl'bxcited miiqhcbnsteiraatiph in these p^rishe^aiid'stock, is;beitig rembyed: as fast as possible." .: The Chief En�inoer!s Fears.   ' KM.QiJEinOTi, La., March 17.-Chief Engineer, Richardson, of the state levee bpud, says ho water from the Sapping-tbn and Raleigh or Pecan Grove crevasse, now gomg through the Tensas basin, will probably come back upon us and inay cause -the rivor below to rise higher than ever before. He urges the police, juries and the people to prepare for a^ood deal more water, The water has risen two inches here. Weather fine..      ..:,,:.:..;�;::,: , :     '�;-;' At New Orleans. New Obleans, March 17.-The gauge reading here vsuried from 16 4-10 at 6 a. m. to 10 7-10 at 7 p. m. The tetnporary leree erected on the city front will keep the streets dear of river water. Tlie Nita crevasse has checked business on the Mississippi-Valley railroad, nb trains being able to pass over the flooded portion of the track. The''^6ttery;pontrlhutlbn DeoUned. New Okleajjs, March 17.-Governor Nichols having ^declined to receive the $100,000 donation tendered by the Louis-iaatii Lottery, company for levee purr 'poses; the b6a;rd of directors at a meet-" fiing'aebided tb:6flw the jrelief lUnd direct :to the various levee districts.  As mbney SPRING BROS. Heating Stoves, Latest Styles. Bottom Prices. New Styles of Furniture, Attractive Prices. SPRING BROS. rjndertake.i's and Embalmers. TOWNSEND BROS., -DEALERS IN- Shingles, Lath. Posts, Sash, Doors, Moulding, Coal, Lime, Oemeiiti STUCCO, HAIR. STONE BRIUII, PAINTS' AND BUILDING HARDWARE. Will sell as low as the lowest, will treat you fairly and ment your future trade YARDS AL LE MARS, REMSBN, GRANVILLE AND GBEELY.   , WloneYk Loans! Money! LOW 6, 7, 8 and 9 per cent. INTEREST. Ordera executed and money in your pocket before eaving the office. IBP^Call at the Black Front corner Main and Cth Street. * in LeMars. The oldest loan agency L. D. CLAY. Keystone Oisc Harrow �Willi or without Seeder Attaclinient. Has anti-friction ball-boaring liang-ers. Tlie only successful disc harrow in the market.   For prices call Dr. p. SGHWMD^S herb BITTEES, PATENTED SEPTEMBER 8, 1888. IT CURES Bloody Mux, DiurlMn,Oh^ Morbis, Cholera. Colic, Ftlaa to Stomach,   Dropsy,   I>yipcfria� Menralffia, Loss of appetite, tVaite Swelling, Cramps, WMfc Stbm�ih,SMl� Bhemm, Mfclwift, Toothache, Ague, Earache, Vomiting, &o. Sure Cure Against Bites of Poisonous Snakes or Insects. UnetionB for Using by Each Bottle.    For sale by all Dragglito and OxoMtm And by Dr. P. SCHWIND. Le Maris, Iowa pkr bottle,     -            - e. miller, ............^immmm i:PUi�,MdVlewsot AilKliM^ GeDaral Agent for.the Ohamplnn Iron Fence and Correipondenoe ProaipHy Answered tesidence on Plymouth Street.   �   LE MARg^ lOWX v "i DORR        ^ Luinber, Lath, Shingles, Pickets; SashJ Blinds, Mouldings. Building Paper.i u STONE. HARD----------    ' Offices at LeMars, Kingsley and MoTille' lo^M A large and well assortbd stock of'senafinhd T.i1mhA?-''^�r I �>.:-3'5r#>; .tintlionhandr' in-i in all lines o iabtii'g to ba\^ i .-youifee'dV^-'P/la*   

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