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Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer (Newspaper) - February 25, 1891, Cincinnati, OhioThe Cincinnati weekly wednesday morning february 25, 1891.�?T 3 on the Stanford loan Bill. Reasons for objecting to its passage. It might inspire improvident habits or extravagant ventures in the Claes of on countrymen now almost exempt from such temptations. d. A. February 17.�?the Senate committee on finance through or. Morrill to Day submitted an Adverse report to the Senate on the Bill introduced by senator Stanford providing for governmental Loans on real estate. After Calima attention to the bilis and petitions of a nature somewhat similar to a senator Stanford a Bill that have Peen presented in con Cress the committee says that the Bill of course appeals to the owners of land for its support As it could not be made available to any other class not to mechanics and labourers much less to merchants and manufacturers. A a it a land owners for much the Larcer part it is believed Are too intelligent and prudent a a ays the committee a to conduct their affairs in such a manner As to be compelled to cover their Homestead with a mortgage. Even Young men starting in life when borrowed capital is useful and necessary do not intend to remain Lone in debt certainly not for Twenty years. A if the Opportunity were offered to All landowners to obtain a loan at even a less rate than our own or any National government now nays it is possible that it might inspire improvident habits and extra vacant or speculative ventures in the class of our countrymen now almost exempt from such temptations.1�?Ti ,. The committee reviews at length the his Sim communicated by Vire and intended to offer the never failing Ohio Man the Treasury portfolio. The president went to new York to attend the funeral of general Sherman. And it is not Likely that he would summon Foster thereon Abin t by iness. The Story is so much like the work of a Fakir that it l As almost made the Foster Boom ridiculous. Foster Stock Nas been running pretty Inch for a Dav or two. But after All there is nothing that is much better than guess work in the matter of the appointment. Congress will adjourn in less than two weeks. The president must act soon and the nearer the time for action approaches the More anxious Are the knowledge us outsiders to name the Man in Advance. So every Reader should look with some degree of suspicion on almost Auy announcement that May be made. K Congre Sman elect . Of Ohio arrived in the City this morning Arm has been taking Points on Congress during the Day. Or. Gantz. Another congressman elect is expected to arrive to Morrow. A so representative Kelly of Kansas to Day introduced a Bill to repeal that part of the National banking act that requires National Banks to Purchase United states Bonds. 3k so there is an Earnest Effort making on the part of a number of members of the House to secure a Compromise on the Silver question based primarily on larger purchases of a Silver. It is sought to have this Compromise measure adopted by a majority of the coinage committee at its meeting to Morrow As a substitute for the Senate unlimited free coinage bid. Those who Are urging the Compromise Are carefully canvassing their strength before Thev finally determine to bring it Forward in the shape of a Bill. And. Unless assured of a Good following will abandon it. It is understood that the measure will not be pushed unless an under Der standing can be reached with the free coinage republicans in the House that they will not bring up a free of Isaae amendment but some of the unlimited Silver men have already stated that they will not enter into univ such agreement. Sleeping. Continued from first pure. General Denver to Harter. 1 tory of financial schemes of a Ilar nature notably the Mississippi scheme and the issuance of Continental Money to show the disastrous consequences that have marked attempts to carry out the provisions of such in Here examples a says the committee a would seem to prove Thot the objections to the main principles of the Bill Here considered Are so fundamental As to make it unnecessary to review its details fog if it were cited with the a pointed reply to the recent circular of Ohio a Concree Tsuman elect. By Ciai dispatch to Tajc Inq Erbyl Washington. D. A. February 22.�?the following letter Fias been addressed by general James w. Denver to congressman elect Michael d. Harter of Ohio 1209 f Street. N. A. Washington. D. A. February 19. 1891. Hon. Michael d. Harter Mansfield Ohio a dear sir your circular letter of the 13th is received and i am sorry to have to differ with you entirely As to the subject matter of it. You think the democratic party should be committed to aug honest a one which will be Worth 100 cents everyday in t the same time you express _ greatest skill and ability these objections would still remain con str u insurmountable. The circulating value of a paper currency can Only be maintained of. Us convertibility into specie at the will of the Holder and excess insures its Depreli reference to the Section of the Bill pro. Fo1r tue establishment of the land Bureau of the Treasury department committee says this manifestly covers county and town in the l med a states Aadi i accounts were. To. Be opened a Todl. In Igent a building by itself and of of a Bureau of the 1 Treasury it would require to hold the u a dilates of this colossal Bauk inges part i and ter magnitude than even that of the a. State and Navy departments Monte other objections noted the com use cites the provision for loaning the Vern Mentz a Money at 2 per cent interest. Government of the United states it no surplus of Money nor is it to have any to loan to borrowers at of interest and certainly not at less the rate it is now paying. There is not a millionaire in the whole country who Woupio loan at 2 per cent on the Security to be offered. But it a now proposed that the government not in fact having any Money lend shall lend its own notes and make pm by Law a Legal tender receivable in i or any other lawful Money for _ private debts taxes excises Public lands and ail demands owing by the United Buttes i interest on the Public debt and in return of the notional currency. ,. Large owner of unencumbered land or a loan of tl.000.000, and re ter amounts at a much higher paid. By Here the constitutional which authorizes the gov Money or to create in the tent a Gigantic Waukina difficult to Point out. And lists May safely be denied. Will be difficult usion the committee says. The minor objections to the Bill be removed by amendment dons to its substance cons Titu to the principle involved Are it tee therefore and recommend Kov Ennice Ingalls resigns from the presidency pro tem. Us Tes kor quiver special wibx.1 enquirer Bureau no. 1411 f. 8tree u n. W., Washington. D. A. February 19.1891. 6peaker Reed was Able to assume the duties of his petition to Day. After an absence of two Day a and the democrats tried to have some Tun with him. Among a number of Senate Bills on the speaker s table which were Laid before the House was one referring to the court of claims a claim of m firm of contractors of Portland Maine which grew out of amp a construction of two vessels during the War resulting in a loss to them because of an Advance in the pries of material after the contract had been awarded. The beneficial res Are constituents of the speaker. Or. Thomas of Wisconsin. Chairman of the committee Oil War claims bad charge of floor and he talked so much became interested and the to bedevil the speaker in an in developed the fact that a been vetoed by president other introduced during the present Congress had vetoed by president to is still pending and has upon by the House. Der Frye reintroduced the slightly modifying the secured its passage by that Bill which engaged the use for three hours to were demanded on every a toward final action and commit and a commit with to sandwiched in Between nays were demanded on each one of opt in the proceeding Deavo red to Cut Springer of Ting. On the grounds had not yielded the floor gentleman had moved to refer a committee and asked the he was not entitled to the floor to on his own motion. The chair said he doubt about it and finally decided St Springer. The litter re heatedly that the chair us of about motions coming c Side. This apparently or and he replied with g Ana in a loud tone that the re the gentleman from Illinois was a and be predicted that it was gentleman would never have to to reply to from the same candidate for speaker of the he be Able to get there. For 8 _ do the laugh on Springer demo. Publicans participating laughed More heartily at the than the other half dozen or ship candidates. The shot at a rather straight one. As he has attentive to democratic members have made their appearance to time during the present if there were quite a number is class on the floor include son. The alleged sock less Mera the Grasshopper state and successor. Or. Layton. How and a number of i speaker and out its of the Portland Bill and t goes again to the president a veto once More. Senator Ingalls resigned to Day from the position of president pro tem. Of the 8enate so that the place might be filled with some senator before the 4th of March. Or. I inc ails has been a Well qualified and just presiding officer. That indeed has been in reality the main reason for commending Bis career he has occupied the chair Little during the present session of con Aari the vice president has been out of ily a few my Ata time and on such occasions on few minutes or at most a some other senator to the chair has frequently left the Gavel in the hands a Democrat when no momentous party on was imminent. Yiben the Force was pending and the programme was to be to put in the chair somebody with Ore pliable conscience than vice presi Morton a. Or. Ingalls Vas of course thought of on account of his being president pro tem. But those who know him Best and knew that the jewel in his career was his integrity and ability As a presiding officer ire be would not lend himself to i or crooked work looking to the of the Force Bill. The vice presi. A Wever. Prevented a test being made chair himself. And still there is no Secretary of the Treasury. People in Washington Are laughing at the Story telegraphed from Points in Ohio yesterday that sex governor Foster had been a a mooned to new York by the president who was in such haste to see Charley that he local notices. A Best or the Cutler Bros. Bos to. Vegetable pulmonary Balsam for coughs. Colds and consumption. Cine to druggists. Fe4-13tvvy30i of a Bbown a bronchial troches Are an effectual cough remedy. Only in Boxt. The year but Ito \ m cd Rill 6 1 al opposition to the free coinage of the Silver it i o. R the Standard or other coins had their Page. Novar and allude to the Quot debased Metal. It Fco now the Constitution treats Silver with As much consideration As Gold and the act of april 2. 1792. Made the a Parish milled Dol Aba t. Act provi and it remained in Force without Matei modification until 1873. When the we country was disturbed by the Surre Titi it proportions fixed from idea for free coinage. Rial Ole he surreptitious thus for More i eighty years Gold and Silver jogged g together without any conflict what. Each was a Legal tender for All debts. De monetization of Silver than eight along Ever sub Licard private and it was not until the dealers in Money Couo acted a scheme speculate m this Way that there Mas any disturbance whatever and so Cautin were they and secret in their movements knowing and feeling apparently that they were committing an outrage on the country that the act of de monetization had actually been in Force for two years before president Grant who approved it was aware of its existence. Now. Who was benefited by that act was it the people at Large or the Silver miners or the dealers in Money at the great Money centers you speak about debased Metal. Who debased it if it was debased was it not that act of de monetization ? by that act was it not sought to reduce the Silver Coin of the United states from its face value to its value Only As Bullion and did not that affect every person who held a piece of that Coin and what was Given to the people in lieu of the Silver Coin so debased nothing every transactions but it is too valuable to be a a a a a fractional ver in every Day is essentially divided therefore it can not into Small fractional Coin and the place of Sil the Money of the would All be Suie people and without it we objected to the greatest Incon Worth 100 cents. Vent Euce. Shall be at Dollar was declared to Spanish milled Dollar and it was declared to be Worth 100 cents. Now you seem to think it is not Worth 100 cents and that something must be done you refer to the Dollar which t the be the equivalent of the by Thelt democracy to make such a Declara find it a try of the land. Tion. You will to do. The Law More than eight of esome thing which for Ore than eighty years gave us free coinage of both Gold and Silver and secured to every Man who held either the full value As stamped on their face is still kindly remembered by the people and the Bill lately passed by the Senate and now pending in the House of representatives does nothing but restore the old order of things under the act Lacert the hat and sword of him who Lav i to s i i e. The delivery of the Renkins to the St. Louis body guard relieved the six sergeants who bad accompanied them from new York of All further care. When the fastening of the casket was finished colonel Townsend gave the order to March and the twelfth infantry wheeled into line and marched up eleventh Street to the Corner of Clark Street. Here they halted the open Carriage with the Floral pieces followed directly behind. Then the order was Given by lieutenant Wilson and the Caisson. With its sacred Burden moved slowly up eleventh Street to a place next the Carriage containing the ctr Flowers. In each Side of the Caisson walked a four military body bearers. Directly the oms son started the 40 members of Kansom Post who made no the guard of Honor marched up in two columns one going to one Side and the other of the opposite Side of the Caisson. The Saddle horse bearing the Riding equipments of general Sherman was led just behind the Caisson and Between the columns of Ransom Post. Meanwhile the immediate members and relatives of the Sherman family had filled coaches and were now driven into a place in the procession next to the guard of Honor. Behind the family were carriages in which were the people who Hap come from new York to attend the funeral. In the first coach were Secretary and mrs. Noble judge Hough and major Randolph. In the second. Secretary Rusk. Assistant Secretary Grant Carlos a. Lirely and Captain Kingsberry. The third Carriage contained sex president Hayes. General Schofield. Governor Stannard and lieutenant Anderson. The fourth. Generals Howard Slocum and Brodhead and lieutenant Howard. The fifth. General Alger. James e. Yeatman a colonel Mccrory and general James d. Moore. When these carriages had taken their proper places in the line general Merritt with his staff galloped to the head of the procession which was at the Corner of Clark Avenue and eleventh Street. At just 11 10 of clock All division commanders having reported every thing ready. General Merritt gave the order to March. The funeral column was made up of six divisions. Composed of the regular military escort and provided by army regulations grand army posts. Loyal legion. Sons of veterans civic societies. State militia of Missouri and Ohio Legislatures of Missouri. Illinois and Kansas governors of states and staffs unorganized bodies and citizens in carriages and on foot funeral procession from the depot to Cal vary cemetery a distance of nearly eight Miles was through some of the principal streets Aud avenues of St. Louis. After starting from the Junction of eleventh Street and Clark Avenue the cortege moved up eleventh to Market through Market to twelfth Street and through twelfth to Pine Street. The route was through the business portion of the City. The stores were closed but the windows of nearly All the big blocks were filled with Spectator and the sidewalks were filled with a crowded. Surging mass of humanity. While there was no disorder in the streets mentioned the Jam of people coming in from the various intersecting streets when the procession started was something terrific. Strong men Aud weak we then were swept along by this human tide wave until they were brought to a standstill by the crowds that already had Possession of every Inch of available standing room. The March to the cemetery from the depot was through the principal streets of the City through grand Avenue thence out Florissant Avenue to Calvary cemetery. The Entrance to the cemetery was by the rear Gate. The larger part of the military remained outside of the cemetery. The services at the grave were of a military character. The Only exception was the Reading of a few passages of scripture and the making of a Thomas Ewing Sherman son the fair Obj Church father Hermn sprinkled the casket with holy water thus consecrating both the body and the grave. L Ather Sherman read the Catholic service one of the selections being �?o1 am the resurrection and the offered fervent prayer and t he services were at an end. As the service Progress Many about the grave were visibly affected and when the hags surrounding the casket were removed the sound of Low sobbing was heard. At 3 of clock the closing of the grave was completed. And the butlers of the seventh cavalry sounded the a a taps a a flights it volleys wore tired Over the grave by the thirteenth infantry immediately followed by three salvos by the artillery which was stationed some distance to the East. Deaths and branches of evergreens were then placed upon the grave by Loving bands. The funeral party and the troops returned to the station and the Many thousands of citizens who were present dispersed to their Homes. Thus was Laid to rest by the Side of his wife and his two sons one of whom was his a a Soldier general Yyi Illiam Tecumseh Sherman. Many affecting scenes were witnessed As the division with the Caisson moved along the line of March. At one Point on grand Avenue an old coloured Man with a grand a my Badee on his breast went Down of his Knees by the Side of the Road As the Caisson approached and with tears streaming Down his furrowed Cheeks raised Tus hands Over his head in the attitude of prayer. Hundreds of people showered Bunches of roses violets Aud other Flowers upon the gun Carriage As it passed. At tie Corner of Washington and grand avenues a number of grand army veterans reverently uncovered their heals and said. A Good by a a As the casket passed out of sight. Many of the old thirteenth survivors who surrounded the Caisson were in tears from the beginning of the journey until the Gates of the cemetery were reached. It was one of the greatest testimonials of the regard in which the departed Warrior was held by the people of the land that could be a the procession was two hours and fifty minutes in passing a Given Point and the head had nearly reached the cemetery Gatus when the rear guard was falling into line. Opinions of lord Wol Cley Aud general von Moltke of Sherman. Special Cablk to the k knit Tirpy. London. February 18.�? copy right a to get opinions of Sherman As a general from distinguished English soldiers who Are still in Active service i went to Aldershot and found lord a Wolseley. Who is believed to be the Best informed Man in the British army. His estimate of Sherman a works can be taken As thoroughly representative of All military of men in every country. Said Wolseley Quot i join the people of the states in their regret Over general 8herman�?Ts-death, for the loss was not confined to America but is shared by All military asked what he thought of Sherman As a military commander a Wolseley replied that it was a difficult matter for an outsider to make comparisons but speaking purely from a military Point of View he undoubtedly would pics Sherman at the head of All Northern commanders. As a strategist Sherman showed great Power and in this he excelled All others while in achievement for which he was most famous notably the March to the sea. He displayed dash combined with a strategical skill that at once the route of the i proved his great Power. Asked for his Opin the Rient to G�i-1 Ion As to who was the greatest general of the War on either Side. His lordship showed reluctance to answer but finally said that in his opinion were taken merely As from a military Man without natural prejudices on either Side be had no objection to state that Lee was in his opinion the greatest general of his time. A English military men and also the Cleverest tacticians among european generals looked upon Lee As head and. Shoulders above any other Man commanding in the american War. This decision was Given by military men. Who judged solely from the tactics displayed in Power to overcome difficulties and skill in taking advantage of every Opportunity. "1 can. However without prejudice continued a Wolseley. A place Sherman next in rank of military Power to Lee. In this opinion i am supported by the Ablest european commanders. Von Moltke. Prayer by Rev. Of the deceased a military Salute was fired at the grave. General. Thousands of people were present at the ceremonies. Foil owing the Missouri troops came the militia from Ohio under command of adjutant general Hawkins. This detachment consisted of these regiments the first. Fourteenth and seventeenth Ohio in All about 1.400 men. The Ohio boys made a splendid showing. Their steady marching and generally Tine appearance evoking Appl bled multitudes All along the line. Assent of 1792. The a Reform club to which Yon refers certainly a Misnomer if it Ever had an existence. Which i greatly doubt for during nil our struggles until now it was never heard off. It is a Misnomer in this that while it is termed a Reform club a its whole purpose seems to be to perpetuate a great wrong a building us of the Money Power at the Money centers to the injury of the people at Large. The Hue and cry raised that the free coinage of Silver would drive Gold out of the country is ail Bosh. It never has had that effect since 1792. And it never will. The coinage of Silver the last few years has saved the country from amp terrible monetary crisis and prevented speculators from combining together and Locking no the currency in amounts sufficient to produce a Stringency in the Market much greater than has been Felt and As Long As Gold and Silver can be continued to circulate in the ratio they have will be very difficult to get up Corners in the Money Market. But if Silver can be eliminated then such results can be accomplished easily. Democracy will never knowingly do that or damage the great mass the Ohio militia was followed by the Missouri judiciary in carriages. Then came the Missouri legislature in carriages the Walsh zouave marching the Illinois legislature. Headed by governor Fifer and staff the Ohio legislature with lieutenant governor Marquis at its head and a Strong delegation of the Kansas legislature. At the grave. Which will Init of the people Ai examine into Ai Tion. The More they ques be to have Gold and Silver placed on the same footing As they originally oct ginning of the Republic. Yours respectfully pied at the be j. Denver. Indians arrested. The murderers of lieutenant Casey and Herder Miller captured. Chicago february 20.�?general Brooke sent a dispatch to army Headquarters Here to Day to the effect that the capture of the slayers of lieutenant Casey and Herder Muler bad been made by lieutenant Cloman. Of the first infantry. The arrest was effected without any disturbance. The prisoners Are at it. Mean. And no trouble in consequence of the arrest is apprehended. A never since the murder of lieutenant Casey and Herder Miller the government has ardently desired the arrest of the indians who committed the said assistant adjutant general Corbin. A the capture was effected after Many hardships and was a magnificent Piec of work. It also goes to show that the indians Are thoroughly subdued or else the arrest would have created a big Row. These indians will be tried by the civil All that is mortal of a Good old Uncle Billy lowered to its eternal besting place. St. Louis. February 21.�?it was 2 of clock when the Caisson entered the Gates of the cemetery. Most of the troops remained outside of the cemetery. On account of the Large number of carnage occupied by grand army men. Members of the Loyal legion and the sons of veterans who were unable to endure the fatigue of the entire March of nearly eight Miles and for whom carriages were provided at the Corner of grand and easter avenues the Road from the Entrance of the cemetery to the grave was soon blocked and Many of those who occupied carriages near tie end of the procession were obliged to leave them some distance from the Gate and walk to the rave. This caused some delay in the services and it was not until 2 30 that All who had been assigned places took their positions about the open grave which was lined inside with flags. A Short distance to the South was the Brave thirteen the East members of the Grauu around it on the North were grouped senator Sherman. The misses army and directly used Senai Sherman r. To Sherman. Colonel Hoyt Sher Man. Lieutenants Thackeray and Fitch and their wives judge and mrs. P. B. Ewing. General mrs. Thomas Ewing general and mrs. Nelson a. Miles Secretary and mrs. Noble. Secretary and mrs Rusk assistant Secretary Grant sex president Hayes. General Schofield. General Howard general Slocum and others. After All had taken their positions the eight sergeants acting As body bearers lifted the casket from the Caisson and bore it reverentially to the grave when All that was mortal of general Sherman was lowered to its last resting place. The casket was draped with flags and was Bare of any Floral tributes. The services were of the simplest character and were conducted by Rev. Thomas Sherman. All assembled about the grave standing with uncovered Heads. 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Go amp al of pure norwegian As the weapon cod liver Oil and hypo phosphates of Lime and soda is an expert cold Slayer and fortifies the system consumption scr Fula general debility and All anaemic and wasting diseases specially in children. Especially helpful for children to prevent their taking cold. Palatable As milk. emulsion is non secret and is prescribed by the medical profession All Over the world because its ingredients Are scientifically combined in such a manner As to greatly increase their remedial value. emulsion is put up in Salmon coloured wrapper. Be sure and get the genuine. Prepared Only b Scott amp Foo a chemists. New yet orc. Al dread its. Nashville weekly american. Premiums. Fishing resents Given away we now have a Premium Nashville weekly a a a Tible Competition 8earch our easy Way to receive a big Reward the 600 persons answering correctly on or before april 80, 1801, nolo Bible question. A where in the Bible is first found the word suitable for general purpose and specially for Bass or bait fishing. Is a split Bamboo Rod Hexagon in four pieces and jointed. Three pieces make the Rod Complete and about ten feet Long the fourth piece being an extra tip end. Quot Lva a a a l it a is made of split Bamboo hexagonal shape with Patent reel seat Cane wound handle standing line guides silk bound and the joints Are Strong made of brass Nickel plated As Are All the trim mings. It is a Light weight Rod and less tiresome to handle than a walking Cane. It the four parts Are fitted on a form grooved for each piece for Sabot of in shipping or carrying the whole covered in a neat doth bag. Catalogue Price is $5. We sell it for Rod alone weekly enquirer and Rod $2.50 $3.25 to will give the following rewards one my present fun Gold. So one Cima present in Gold 5�?one handsome upright 4�?one Fino family Carriage 6�?one pair Maleta. A 11,289 001,000 00 1,000 00. A. Ornes. A a. A a a a pedigreed Stallo Mona ear drops. 7�?one pair ladies 8�?one Beautiful set furniture a a one handsome Well bred driving Mare 10�?onea. 12�?one bean a a a a bed. 11�?one Cash present in Gold Klinl folding j 13�?one Breech loading shot gun. 14�?one Gold watch get 15�?one ladles Gold a 16�?one Silver plated Tea set. 17�?one farm Wagon. 18�?one family clock. A. A a a. A a it a a a a. A a a a a a. A a a a. 1,000 00 900 00 900 00 900 00 900 00 175 00 150 00 150 00 150 00 100 00 100 00 100 00 75 00 50 00 85 00 25 00. Solid Gold watch solid Silver watch solid Geld ring photograph album Rod free for Only ten yearly subscribers at $1 each. It is the Best and cheapest fancy Rod we have yet seen. Sent Only by express at a a St of buyer. Address enquirer company p r pm him. No More dust when sweeping 1 one Road 20�?one Fine sewing machine to the next 10 each to the next 20 each to the next 100 each to the next 100 each pm to the next 100 each. Handsome Gold pen to the nextl50each a handsome present valued at 82 50 if a competitor should fall in the first he will stand an Opportunity for on of our Middle rewards. To the 500 persons whose names come in the Middle counting from number one to the last received we will give the following rewards 1�?one Cash present in Gold.#500 of 2�?one Fine top buggy a. 200 00 2�?one Fine Gros Grain silk dress 4�?one writing desk 150 00a 12� 00 5�?one set Jis Fielty. 100 00 Tose gents suit to new Lar. 75 00 7 a zoos too b store a a a 50 00 8�?one China dinner set. 50 00 to the next 492 each a handsome present valued at �3 00 last rewards. To those who Are too late for any of the above rewards a special Opportunity still remains. To the 600 persons whose names come in last to will at the following rewards to the last named on the list we will give 8250.00 the next last we will give 1100.00 in Cash to the third name from the last we will give 800.00 in Cash to the next 407 a handsome present Worth a total valuation Over $15.000 in Gold and handsome presents. Each competitor must in every Case Send 81.00 for one years subscription to the Nashville weekly american with their answer. No names will be recorded unless accompanied Quot with the Cash for which we will Send postpaid our splendid weekly american. Present subscribers can com the by paying for another year or for a Friend. The subscription Price of our by american is Only a 0 a year so you pay nothing f03t competing for the above presents. The present will be sent to the successful ones and their names published in our weekly american the first part of May 1891. Done to delay. The weekly american is Worth much More than the Money and by answering quickly you May secure Ono of the largest rewards. The receiving of your paper will be your receipt. Every Parent should encourage children to enter this contest. Besides familiarizing themselves with the Bible they secure a highly deserving and or. We enter every letter in the order and on the e names As received and recorded in our sub to to mistake. We cannot make Cor this Castlar being the Acme of u m sum. A a a iter it Artic of the manufacturer. It will Ltd it a sex Wax a any a Trade of Oak it or Wanye Uund embodies he in Effs Scotlas the latest tap Revtai a aade in . It sew bail Mhz my 8fmf$ my in raw Mhz Tiwi a w rap a or Ramb Rai Raip Raav mp6 co m u i in to 5. % Etc Mappa a a of Laker dust Aad to every Tudan i Hiss wih. Apr the a a pts a 53jp go pm Imp the Causa of House winery a traded. Eve car Sweet of of this Bead is teed 4h the k of Quality and every detail of Orny finish is attracted by Tita utmost Caw and Skol la Attar the a Torr. Aad Correos a adjusted by Soeka. In add to an it has handsome head Pool at he Aai rat Walnut or mahogany Case with Robb a the 3jlxzkeuftd��?� Istatt adjust As Tolar kind of Carpel Aad Shoum to in every Home .1 retails for $3.�o ii7bry-Whbrb. Weekly enquirer one year and sweeper. $3.001 free for 8 yearly subscribers at $1.00 each. As the 8weraer can not be sold Lor less than 040� Pess rat a scr Leer at sl09 Aad add $2.00. Aad thus get a Cribar they obtain. It can act Beermat by mail Bat a express at coat of buyer. Address paper Shutao Tbs Rab securely Pacl ced and shipped by enquires comp ant Cincinnati Ohio. Enter Tang family no Day received and script Lon books he sections in an a 4 pfc get any neg Dut satisfied it has no eos Ute at Are received and entered. A you done to get anything but Ini postmark Date later than april 30r? y american you will to thoroughly vers wifi be recorded bearing ust Send before that Date. Sena letter express or draft on iks. We Puy Pitons to the we Kelly al ban no Money by postal note Money order Nashville or new York. Do not Send pm attention to answers in letters Wiltho american. Done to Send postal cards or Tele the american is an old established family newspaper Over sixty Yeai a is handsomely printed pure and elevating in tone and a Favorito in thousands of Home. To satisfy All As to its merits we mall Sample copies for 5 cents. We cannot Send them free. any Bank or business House in Nashville. Address the american Nash vice Tenn. Is this cat it exact of Soi aters. Very bet Quality Aad War ranted i a every respect. May be set to out any Aice by Stoa Hoie in of a Inch to ene in he in teas rth. Aad each Hole will Hoof an a Xot length at which the Ticia sors Are set to out. Theft Merit consists Ftp the simplicity material Aad aah to. Price with Enqu Reb one year free Tor two yearly subscribers at. A r in. �?81 of each. Mention this paper. Company. Cincinnati. Oitto a it v o agents wanted. Outfit Enrri agents wanted Rentt everywhere t grandest Money making to Kiwi new Ever of Rcd. A Golden liar vet for the next i Mouths. A Broud new article. Everyone buys. 87> per Mouth salary and expenses to corp event men. Also team furnished free. Sample particulars seeds. Grand offer. Canc free us to fail to write to a slur Ware co., Bosta tits Unherr Alf re a accorded tilling Hast s bound cabbage shied Lead Bio to Otter a p. N. Grown Toulon. Fia finout Yeli Oit al a intxi3ienc�. To introduce it and show it capabilities i will pay $100 for the Best yield obtained from 1 Tox no of seed which 1 will Moil for 50 Otto cat Sofii cite. Iaac f. Tillin Ghat la Piume pay grand combination offer the National Stockman and Farmer of Pittsburg. Of no a. 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