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A EADUKER's TALrK ABOUT MON'EY.
The fcllowing interview with Mr.
W. S. Witham, of Anniston, Ala., ap
peared in a recent issue of the Hot
Blast. Mr. Witham is the president
of ffteen banks, most of them located
in Georgia. He is a successful business
man and his views are entitled to great
x Hewasfirst asked "what is meant
by flat money?" and he answered:
"It is made of. paper. It passes be
cause the law says it's got to go. .It
has nothing to secure its redemption,
Would that pay debts?
"Yes, for a while, but as Abraham
Lincoln said, 'You can fool some of the
people all the time, and all of the peo
ple some of the time,but not all the peo
pe all the time.' Fiat mobey would
lead to in-flation."
What do you mean by that?
"A man drinks lager beer. His
fends say, 'how fat and slick John is.'
They are fooled. The slightest attack
of sickness John has proves that John's
fat wasonly wind."
Now what is bimetalism?
"Any two metals being diferent in
name and quality made equal in value
That is plain, now what does demone
"When one of those metals ceases to
pass ar-money it has been demone
That word "parity," what am I to
understand by that as applied to mo
"Equal in name but not in real value.
A dollar is the unit in our money and
stands for 100 cents whether made of
gold or-silver. There is 36 cents in real
value between them. Parity is fooling
the people into the belief that they can
keep up the same purchasing powir."
Well, Mr. Withai, you and I take
the gold or silver dollar to-day, and
are they not on a "parity," made so by
the law of our Congress?
"It seems so. :Longfellow says
things arenot always what they seem.
Gold is at a premium in New York
and has been for some months. Here
is one thing you must never forget.
5V There are unchangeable laws and prin
eiples in the science of business as fixed
as the laws of gravitation., Twice two
make four. The value of a thing is all
it will bring. Settlement day must
come, sooner or later. Buying and sell
ing is governed by personal will and
not by Congress. No law can make
me buy of you when I can go into the
marketand do better. Supply and de
mand regulate prices. Now here is the
point. These mud sills of business ap
ply to towns, States and government
as weflas they do to the business of a
mill, store, or peanut stand."
"Why, do you know that some of
the railroad people think-that all Uncle
Sam basto do is to grind out money,
put hisrname on it and she goes. The,
United States can't 'put out a dollar
without ifs being backed by something
of value held in reserve."
-But credit man, credit.
"Oh yes, credit! In that word we
have the music to which is set the
march of the masses leading on to
"A government is like an individual
when it comes to business, both have
credit, but when either puts out more
"promises to pay" than their assets
warrant, their paper sells at a dis
Now I understand these money
terms. vyhat is the Sherman law?
that's a sticker.
"A law compelling the man in Wash
ington who has charge of all the money
Sto buy' $4.500,000 worth of silver every
month and forbids his selling any. It
goes farther, and forbids him paying
with silver any bills due by the gov
It does? Why, that makes our gov
ernment a holder of silver. Why is
"It came about in this way: A lot
of western men owning silver mines
Scame South and persuaded all our
farmers and a lot of town folks to join
them in compelling the passage of silver
-laws, upon the theory 'plenty of money
for everybody.' The southern man
dropped his candy there. He should
have said, 'We'll join you if you'll
agree that the government shall issue
money secured by pig iron and cotton,
just as it does against your silver bul
lion. As it is, the silver miner gets all
But Mr. Witham, a country can't
issue money based on cotton and iron.
"Yes it can. They all come out of
the ground, are bought and sold as
other commodities. Iron and cotton
are just as saleable as silver.
But don't iron and cotton fluxctuate
"So does silver. During the past
eleven months the United States treas
ury has bought over one hundred mil
lion dollars worth of silver, which has'
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declined in value so much that if sold
to-day our loss would be nearly elevfn
My-my! Who is to pay that?
"Settlement day. One of those busi
ness principles referred to, settlement
day, has come, and the first tax is the
calling together of an expensive and
otherwise unnedFisary Congress.
Now here, Mr. Witham. If the
treasurer buys silver, coins it into dol
lars for circulation, pays for it with
silver certificates, and
"The treasurer is not allowed to in
crease circulation. I don't think he is
now permitted to even continue coin
ing. And while he gives Mr. Western
a silver certificate, Mr. Western goes
to the paying teller's window and de
mands and receives said dollar for dol
lar for his certificate."
. My, my!
"Now, my brother, if the Sherman
law, a compromise with the free silver
men has brought on this panic-broke
227 banks in ninety-eight days, broke
the price on cotton and every other
farm product, weakened every security
from Maine to California, not except
ing United States bonds, what would
free silver have done?"
My? What kind of banks were they?
"National, State and private banks
believers in free silver. One hundred
and eighty-six of this number are out
How about banks here?
"Solid as the hills-in my opinion."
The law requires banks to keep 15 to
25 per cent. of deposits on hand. What
is the condition of your many banks?
"We are running with 75 to 110 per
That's good. Say, how is it that sil
ver has brought on this trouble, when
the government has always bought and
"Buying too much and too fast. Do
you know that we've bought, more sil
ver in'the past ten years than three
times the whole amount purchased
since the government was established?"
Now, Witham, they tell us that all
the trouble is caused by Wall street,
the gold bugs trying to force the gov
ernmen' to issue bonds, the big New
York banks dre in this war against the
government. How about that?
"You've been reading the Atlanta
Constitution, a paper that is seldom
right on great. issues. Would you go
to a.dry goods stre to get a horse and
buggy. In drawing a legal paper, do
you send for your doctor or your law
yer? N6w listen. Wall street has lost
over seven hundred million dollars In
the past sixty days. National banks
finding United States bonds unprofita
ble as a basis of business are showing up
their charters and selling their bonds
If the government should issue bonds
they would all go to Europe, for our
people are not rich enough to take on
-two per c'ent. investments."
A silver man told me that the balance
of trade being against us has-made all
the trouble. Is it so ?
"Yes, but what threw this balance of
trade in the hands of England and
other countries with which we trade?
My answer is our silver policy."
"There comes in .again one of those
rules of business that applies to men
and countries.alike. Would that our
young men would- learn it. If you
spend more than You receive failure is
just as sure to come as sunrise with the
morning. A family that buys more
than it sells will sooner or later be
tramping in the middle of the big.
"We buy from our largest customers
across the water over $20,000,000 per
month more than we sell them. This
ratio applies to the past ten months.
They pay us in merchandise and Amer
ican securities and call for their balance
in gold. Owing to a limited supply of
gold in the world we are soon drained.
And,as there are now people who believe
in gold as a standard of values than
those who believe in silver, most con
tracts are written payable in gold. New,
England, France and other big custom
ers of the United States have lost tre
mendous sums in Argentine securities.
Their confidence in gold is thus
strengthened and in silver weakened,
and, seeing the United States running
for a silver basis at the rate of 4,500),000
per month, began selling to us our
bonds, stocks and other securities to
avoid an inevitable shrinkage. Hence,
these big balances are against us on ac
count of a lack of confidence in the
ability of a silver country to keep its
promise to pay."
I am beginning to see it now, but tell
me where has all the mi6ney gone ?
"Money is like a rabbit, scare him
and be makes for a hiding place, and
don't you forget it. He knows where
the hollows are. There are more rab
bits to-day than yesterday, and there
will be more to-morrow, but your
searching don't find them. They are
in the hollows, and will stay there un
i they sta-ve, or all sounds of alarm
die away. The rabbit travels in a circle.
A dollar is just as timid. It loiters in
the bank fields and at the sound of a
pani it creeps out and goes into a
more se'ure place-the "trust com
pany." If the noise keeps up it creeps
out of the trust without word, and
hides in a private box in the safety
vault and there stays. That means
ontraction, contraction leads to sac
rifice to meet debts and it takes just so
many sacrifices to weigh a pound of
pani. It requires just so manay dlaysof
panic to drive all individuals and coun
ties into liquidation, compromise and
Then confidence is what is needed
"Yes, that's so brother. Ninety-five
per cent. of our business is ddne on con
fidence, and live per cent. on cash. So
i order to get confidence that will stay
by us, we must build on a gold basis."
If you can go on that ratio why use
any cash ?
"Because there are many debts that
can be settled only by cash. What
banks owe clearing houses, what banks
owe depositors and many other debts
must be paid in cash. Nothing takes
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France is so prosperous, having double
he silver per capita that we have ?
France has been drinking beer, but
ihe has been smart enough to keep
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old.-Proverbe xxxi, 27.
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7 3M Donalds. 700
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11 00am Anderson,
12 00 m Pendleton, 2 .
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3 57pm Wlliamsltn.
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5 10 h 45 Ar...Savannah.Lv 2
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Gen'! Pass.Agent, AssGMTB eKm
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Norfolk and Old Pit,.
S.New line to ChaesnS b~
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and 117 rim solid with Pnllman
cas between Atlanta .and W
Pullman Bufft parlor cars between
ton and-New York. Parlor car W
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coa e btwenAtlanta and Chrlui,
Tickets at Union depot or at B.---De
ticket offiee, NO.4(Kimball Houaeu.
0. V. SmTH. Traffe
JOHN C. WINDER, Gen'1
H.W.B. GLOVEE. Div. Pass. ABent.
JOHN BELTON ON'EALL,
JOHN A. CHAP'MAN, A.I M
I istory of the Town and 0040ty
The Revolutionary Period,
The Nullifcation Pezfdf
'The Days of 1861-6~
History of First Settlers.
Names of Every Soldier.:
Mexican War. .
Cloth; 816 pages, 6 x9; 30.PrrL
Engravings; Foil Inder.
Price $3.00 net; Postpaid $3S5
'W Sent oni ecpof price.
AUmL. A HUBm A T PbHbe
JACKSON'S 01TH ]IN THE PtTLPIT.
"Old Hickory," Says Dr. Church, Would
Have Closed the Fair.
[The New York Press.]
AsBurY PARK, N. J., July 4.-Rev.
Dr. M. E. Church, of N-- York, orator
in Ocean Grove to-day, denounced "the:
infamous action of the Chicago direc
tory in defying the national govern
ment and opening the World's Fair on
Speaking of the attitude of the na
tional government he said : "We
must concede to President Cleveland
ill honesty and an earnest purpose to do
the best he can for the government, but
bow long do you think it would take
to settle this Sunday closing question if
we had an Andrew Jackson in the
Wite House. He would say: "You
must close the gates on Sunday or t rn
back into the treasury the two millions
you got from the government or. by
the eternal, the troops of the United
States will appear in Chicago to enforce
the nation's authority." We may
laugh at the Puritans for their dis
torted conception of the Sabbath, but
they would have scorned to steal two
millions from the nation."
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