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OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
i Ualae lltrer Bill bH rrlcad-
AUa BU11 Drrred lb BIm
Ul-Tka fiNMnl'l Amikll
liy-CeB. it's trpeeU
is Bkuur i tb iiui riae tut
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LAME' BILL A fAILCRB.
Waihjxoton, D, C, Feb. 9th, 1878.
Bat any" one beard of any one who la
fori Senator Blaine'i adjustable allver
bill 1 Tin aenator apoke an boar Tester-
day on the enbject, frankly eonfeMinj
. that the measure bad no friends, and '
, tbat be expected no converts. He did
yesterday what be bad never done be-
- fort in conrress he thinned ont the gals
leriea considerably, even though he did
not speak as long- as Voorhees or Bayard
bad done on the same subject. The
truth la tbat Blaine, unless bis subject is
i sensational or personal. Is not attractive
u a speaker. He said nothing new on
nine suoiecs oi silver, sua mere is inquiry
-why, on the whole, be spoke at all.
NO ACTIOV TET ON TIE BLAND BILL.
It waa boped the senate would vote
on the Bland bill this week, but that is
sow about Impossible. Too many seuas
tors have said and repeated what they
.bought or thought they thought on tho
) mbject, and the managers on both sides
' leem to have believed they would grain
itrengtb by delay. Aside from the in
jury to I be country Irom continued un
Jertelntyeganllog the result, there is
'be further evil of postponing legislation
n other Important subjects, it Is said
ibat Mr. Hayes has been ot late In con
lultatlon with the leading silver men,
ind tbat an attempt is being made to
lave the advocates ot remonetizatlon
igree upon some measure that he .will
sot feel compelled to veto.
AMIABLY STCBBOBX," OR AMIABLY
By the way, the announcement of
Hayes tbat be will be found " amiably
itubbora" on tht policy he bad decided
spon seems. In the light of what has
followed, like a huge joke. Except the
southern policy, which could not have
Men reversed after its first adoption, he
us not failed to hesitate, vacillate and
equivocate npon every subject on which
M was announced as having an opinion.
rVlth protestations of civil service reform
u bis mouth, he baa selected loen re
jutable men tor office than any of bis
)redceesaors, aud bas given places to
nore personal friends than all of them
ogether ; and be has not hesitated to use
lis official influence to dictate the choice
t senators and representatives from
Ohio, and speakers for the house. All
lis life a "bard money" man, and aa
dearly on record as Mr. Tilden on the
mbject of resumption In 1879, be bad not
Men In office three months before be was
llckering with the leaders ot the antl
vsumptkra movement. He is amiably-mriable.
BoIttBb Soon at tbe Bevlsido oi
the Dying Fopo.
The Home correspondent of the New
York H Id sends the followto acwint
of the laet hours of the dead pope :
Rout, Feb. 7, 1879.
Attcr a Ufa of eighty-nve years, a
pontificate ot thirty-two years, and a
sclfimpoecd Imprisonment of eight yeurs,
alter a career of earthly triumph and de
feat, otjoy and of tribulation, ol resign
edly borne bodily enflcrlng, Pope J'ius
IX. lay down to eternsl rctl to-day.
Rome, with her tears for King Victor
Emmanuel scarcely dried, the garb of
royal mourning jutt laid ly, Is called
upon to weep afresh over the death of an
aged priest and king whose beiilgn sway
was acknowledged by nlgb two hundred
million souls oyer the wide world.
GLOOM Dt ROME.
The officials ot Humbert I. move sol
emnly about the city. There Is an at
mosphere of gloom about tbe the Quiri
nal Palace, whence so often In tbe olden
days the pope now dead had blessed the
Romans and where now the princes of
the bouse at Bledmont have their abode.
The churches are thronged by votaries
and tears are falling from many eyes,
and prayers are rising from many lips.
Along the Coroo and iiotonda the
loungers gather fin knots and chat and
aek details. In the neighborhood of tbe
Vatican and the great Baslllc.i of St.
Feter anxious crowds are questioning
everybody with the least appearance of
possessing information. So often has
the story ot tbe pope's death been told
tbat some are incredulous still. The
police and municipal guards prevent too
close an approach to the Vatican.
AN ILLUSIVE CHASGB.
But the story is true. Death has come
at last to relieve the aged pontiff from his
sufferings. During U.e first days of the
week the pope's condition had been so
much improved that tho liveliest liojes
of a prolonged amelioration were enters
tallied. So much better was His IIolU
necs yesterday tbat be was able to walk a
few steps supported by two prelate. It
Is now bf lleved that thii exertion wax
THE LAHT AGONY.
L it night the patitnt was seized with
alarming symptoms of weakness. At
four o'clock this morning the change In
his condition was so marked that it was
at once seen by the attending physicians
that the mortal struggle would soon be
over. It was tbe death agony the mer
cifully mild death agony of n old, old
THE LAIT OmCT.i.
Tbe Cardinal Vicar and all the resident
cardinals were at once summoned to the
Vatican. It was scarcely day when tbe
greater part of the college bad assembled.
The last sacraments were administered to
the dying pope by Cardinal Faneblanco.
THE VATICAN GUARDED.
rn order was issued to prevent any
person not specially authorized from
haying access to the pope's apartment.
Egress from tbe Vatican wai also pro
hibited, the guard atrlutiy enlorotne thin
order. Prayers were ordered and offered
In all tho churches in Rome. So tbe
morning moved slowly on in momentary
expectation ot the pope's demise. All
tbe necessary arrangements were quickly
made. The foreign cardinals were notified.
During the forenoon all the Ambas
sadors accredited to the papal court
called to make inquiries. King Hum
bert, too, not unmindful of tbe dying
pope's solicitude for his father during
the late king's last moments, constantly
sent for Information.
In tb bank and had tha nt kept quid I
by Coolbaogh; bnt after llayci was in ;
and lbs note was presented to Zach
Chandler to be taken by him lor tbe
national committee, Chandler begged to
be excused, giving aa an excuse that he
bad paid enough money for the privilege
ol having Eucti a man as Hayes put In
the White House. While Coofbangb
lived the note was kept quiet In the hope
that Zict coald Do (-ereuatiea to cnange
his mind. By the death of Coolbaogh
It fell into the bands ot bis executors and
they hare demanded payment. Kellogg
for two days past has been trying to raise
the money here but has succeeded only
In getting $5,000.
WmjmWKmtaWWh4 IaJA' IStaiaiaj11JUlL.J'iSJSJaUsa'l wmiw i . ' .tlPKS-TT
OUH MOTTO: " Tha Bast Goods at tha Lowest Prico-
COLONEL SCOTT AND TBE TBXAS "ACiNC.
Col. Soott haa commenced In earnest
attack upon tbe treasury in behalf of
ibe Texas Paclfio railroad. Ills , argu
sent In favor or his own and arainsL a
Jival line, summarized la this: The south
ern use must be a competing line, free
'rem all control by other corporations.
nd with the regulation of its rates re
jervra to congress. A nai to insure low
.atee ute line must oe dum at tne lowest
joat, and tbat at this time tbe great ad-
' . - .1 t t- Ll. .
aniages ui mkhuuu wuicu uii proposcu
Jae bas are supplemented by the loweBt
.1 . . . .
jneea ever Known lor uiuor or material
fie thinks tbe line could be built for one-
'onrth the cost of tbe existing Pacific
allread. Aside from tbe indisposition
M congress to vote any subsidy lor any
pad, Co. Soott bas active opposition
vom other railroad men. His chances
jo not seem bright.
I Til LOUISIANA RETURNING BOARD.
Yesterday was a day memorable in
1Jm history of the country, for then one
Si the nea who fraudulently changed
I the result of a 'president! election was
l Convicted of his crime. Now comes tbe
Wa ot Wells, far guiltier than tbe man
float triad, and believed to have had an
TiBderataadiog with prominent northern
Medicals OB. the subject ol the great
trltae. Welle will be tried Jn March. It
jtfU at be enough to convict and punish
i , TU TIS1TIN0 STATESMEN,"
oee praoooce at New Orleans at least
xmrand tho board, and who were
jaaUy Bfcevnt with tbe board at the
3sC aaefttM avhen a majority of eight
3UMB4 M one aide was made a msjor
rcf four tbouaaod on tbe other side
jtii bo reached- Benton.
'"Thi'O. tatl St. L. B. B.
'Jawber Oaaatu. ;
ti C.' a8t,L. R. K. la now doing
;ca Cjbt ., Tbe track and rolllnf
: JTO to good repair, and the road is
; c! irlj'aaaot to ride on as any la
tCzU. JLZ pmmgtr coaches are
J 1 ad tho trains are prompt
"I xXsm now manarlng this
ZtiM trproapoetot beooming
C4 Vtw m popular
The following I from the financial
cjlumnsof the Chica T'-Vmvw :
"Tho Asiatic demxiet i..r silver has
ben wonderfully stuniilaied by the low
prices which hits prevailed in Hie last
few years. The amount absorbed by
oriental countries has increased, as we
showed yesterdav. from $7,893,000 In
1870, to $101,9.10,1)00 In 1S77. The east
ern absorption ot silver has been es
pecially active In the last two years when
th nripe of silver has been at Its lowest
point. Asia In 1876 imported only $20,220,
000 ot sliver. The next year Its im
portations doubled and were jotJ.uw.wu,
and In 1S77 almost doubled again. These
figures, which are given on the best of
authority, the London Economitt, shows
that there Is an Insatiable oriental market
for the surplus silver of Europe and
America. Last year this market ab
sorbed more than twice the American
product of silver, and more than the en
tire product of Hie world. The German
silver has nearly all been marketed, and
the appearance of an American demand
lor millions ot silver for colnago cannot
fail, in connection with the immense de
mam! for China and inula, to turn me
silver market sharply upwards."
Always keep the botiV handy.
Do not place it out f sight,
For it cured our litihi Andy
Who was couching day 'and night,
Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup.
. A quiet and pleasant home is insured
to all mothers that u Dr. Hull's iiaby
Syrup tor their little out . I' contains
Wln u the ttlegrupli urmuUiieeJ the
discovery by Prof. Hall that our neigh
boring planet had two satelile s, arid the
dispatch was read the next morning at
ten thousand American breakfast tables,
what think ou was the flfeut upon the
hearers. Some colloquy similar to the
lolluwing vns sure to occur: "Mars
lias two moons, hey ? Pass me, the milk,
Kitty, Nrange, isn't it, thatas'ronomers
never saw them before, Another chop,
please. 1 wonder what they'll discover
next? These corn cakes are excellent,
What's the latest from Europe f We
have become so accustomed to startling
discoveries and announctnitnts, that we
take them as a matter of course. Even
truth uimt appear In flaming col
or to make herself seen. The
virtues of Dr. Pierce' Golden Medical
Discovery and Pleasant Purgative Pel
lets have btcn tested in ten thonsui.d
households, whose Inmates will tell you
that they consider the discovery and in
traduction of these remedies ot far greater
Importance to the world than the moons
Smi'MAN, III., June U, 1S70.
Dr. it. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. V.:
Peiir Sir Lnut fall our daughter aed
18-was fast Fluking with consumption.
Different physicians had pronounced her
case Incurable. I obtained one-hall dozen
bottles of your Oolden Medical Dlscov
ery. bhe commenced improving at once,
and Is now as hardy as a pine knot.
Rev, Isaac N, Acai'siiKB.
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A SOLEMN DEATH 8CKNE.
From tho moment of their arrival at
the Vatican the cardinals were as
srmbled In council In the room next to
tbat ol the dying pope ; but all, together
with tbe dignitaries of tbe papal court,
were at bis bedside at tbe moment of
death, which occurred at a few minutes
before five in tbe altrrnoon. The end
A SACRED DUTY.
Ko one is now admitted to the Vatican
except the pontifical chamberlains, who
are charged with the office ot guarding
1AT Or BILE.NCK,
Mgr. Kimeonl, the cardinal secretary
of state, has ordered the Oatrvatort
Romano, the daily organ of the Vatican,
to suspend publication until to-morrow.
TBI rATAL CHANQB.
'1 be pope at eight o'clock on Wednes
day night lelt a sudden suflocatlon, He
rallied several times, bnt said to bla
physicians, 'Death wins this time.'
TUB LAST MOUS.NT.
"lie was alternately lucid and wander-
log. His last moments were lucid. He
laid, 'Guard the church I loved so well
CACIB Or PKATB.
"The immediate cause ol death was
the closing of tbe old wound in the leg,
which made tbe humors mount into tbe
lungs and brain." Cardinals Manning
and Howard and many others were pres
ent at the death.
Onb by one the secrets of tbe Iraudu
lent action ot the Louisiana returning
board are coming to light. Here Is the
last, so far as heard from. Tbe Wash
ington correspondent of the St, Louts
Republican says :
Day by day the secret history of the
returning board swindle Is coming to
light. Now it Is Kellogg who Is being
made a martyr to the fraud, while the
Visiting statesmen go free. When they
were In Mew Orleans money was wanted
to oar witnesses and defrar other itua
expenses. It would look bad, tbe states
men said, lor them to be making drafts
and handling money, and so Kellogg
urcw up nuie jor bav,uvu, paysoie
on demand, whieh C'harl-a rran
indorsed and had cashed by Coolbaugh'a I thl
bajjk la Chicago, FarwcUwu a director I
Saloon and Restaurant.
THE BEST IDF
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS
Constantly on hand. Also has constantly
on hand a i
Large Supply of j MT- OARBOK(Big Muddy)
F BL UI T,i PEYTONA OANNEL
ORANGES, APPLES, ETC.,
At Wholesale and Retail.
J.t the Old JMmmico Hotel,
5-im Xo. dS Ohio Levee
73 OHIO LXVEE,
City Matlonal tlink BuIIJ'.uk, up.tutlrA,
Lockport, Ma., April 2d, 1847,
Mr. Editor : Having read in your paper
reports of the remarkable cures ol
catarrh, 1 am Induced to tell "what 1
know about catarrh," and I fancy the
snufl and Inbaling-tube" makers (mere
dollar grabbers) would be glad if they
could emblazon a similar cure In ihe
papers. For 20 years I suffered with
catarrh. The nasal passage became
completely closed. Snufl, duat, ashes,
inhaling tubes and stick, wouldn't work,
though at intervals I would inlfl np the
so-called catarrh snufl, until I became a
valuable tester for such medicines. I
gradually grew worse, and no one can
knoiv bow much I sufl'cred or what a
miserable being 1 was. My had ached
over my eyes to that I was conllncd to
my bed for many snccessive days, sutler
ing tbe most intense pain, which at one
time lasted continually for 108 hours.
All sense of smell and taste gone, sight
and hearing impaired, body shrunken
and weakened, nervous system shattered,
and constitution broken, and I was hawk
ing and spitting seven-eights ot the time.
I prayed lor death to relieve me of my
suffering. A favorable notice lu your
paper of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Keniedy In.
duced me to purchase a package, and use It
with Dr. Fierce's nasal douche, which ap
plies the remedy by hydrostatic pressure,
the only way compatible with common
sense. Well, Mr. Editor, it did not cure
me in threo-iourths of a second, nor in
one hour or month, but in less than eight
minutes I was relieved, and In three
months entirely cured, and have re
malncd so lor over sixteen months.
While using tho Catarrh Remedy, I used
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
to purity my blood and strengthen my
stomach. I also kept my liver active and
bowels regular by the ute of his Pleasant
Purgative Pellets. If my experience
will induce other sufiercrs to seek the
same means ot relief, this letter will
bare answered its purpose.
Yours truly, S. D, Remick,
In order to Introduce our Big Beed
Spring Wheat, Tbe Wheat ot Taos, in
your locality ilnglo grains measuring one.
nan men in itngiai propose to sena a
sample or tbo wheat Ire of charge, to
svtry subscriber to this paper who will
state the Bams ol the newspaper and send
a three cent stamp to nay postage.
Agents wanted in every county to sell
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the Public to the laet that lie has al
ways on hands tariff, new and UibtoDabie
tocK of ready-made cuDlom linota and
Shoes which be will sell at
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