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MANY MILLtONAIRES
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Men Who HavH More Money Than
They Know What to do With
The wealthiest individual who dab
bles in Wall street ol course ia
William H Vanderbilt He did not
until after
appear as a beavj operator
the death of ba father The late Com
modore Vanderbilt who left his
favorIte eon 65 000000 Since that
time he has added to his vast capital
by judicious investments until now he
is credited with being worth 120000
000 This is divided up in real
estate United States lour per cent
bonds Lake Shore New York Cen
tral Canada Southern Michigan
Central and Chicago Northwestern
stock He is the heaviest individual
holder of government eecuritiee in
tee world bid daily interest account
from this source alone amounting to
nearly 2700 Jay Gould ranks
next to Vanderbilt hid wealth being
estimated at 75000000 which with
the exception of 500000 in real
estate is all invested in railroads and
telegraph securities The honor of
being the third largest possessor of
wealth on Wall street is divided
between several gentlemen who
touch their holdings by the million
and who are variously estimated to
be worth from 4000000 to 10000
000 Among these are James R
Keene D 0 Mills and Thomas
Maitland When Mr Keene made
his debut in Wall street a few years
ago he was credited with transferring
from San Franeisco to Wall street
10000000 Since then he has met
many severe reverses but has added
to his store in otLer directions and it
is safe to say that he is worth at least
6000000 today Mr Maitland is
believed to be possessed of 8000000 I
A good story ia told of him showing I
the caution he exercises in making I
investments as well as his total in
difference to adding to his vast wealth
Recently he was invited to take the
initativein improving the Long Island
railroad property It was shown
clearly to him that by building the
bridge from upper IJew York across
Blackwells island to Long IslanJ
and a judicious change in the time
tables and running arrangements
the investment of 3000000 would
make a handsome return Mr
Maitland examined the details of the
project closely regarded it with favor
and felt convinced of its assumed suc
cess when he turned toward his
friend and said
III am getting along well in years
and want to avoid all the annoyance
possible
But this will add greatly to your
possessions pressed his friend
I have all the money I want
sir wag the response I have
trouble enough with tbat and I de
sire no more I have no one to leave
it to and any additional treasure
would add to my inconveniences I
am fully content with what I have
and I shall enter into no more specu
lations I
The Selig mans also count their gains
by the millions divided up between
the brothers as to leave at least 2
UOOOOO to each August Belmont is
another of the millionaires He con
tinues to manage the affairs in this
city of the famous English banking
firm of N M Eothacbild Sons ami
is put down as worth at least 2000
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000 Geo I Seney president of tie
Metropohtan Bank is another man
whosa actual wealth ia i unknown but I
who is believed to be worth between
three and five millions Cyrus W
Field has been very successful in his
speculations his cable W abash and
elevated railway stocks and bonds
having netted him a very handsome
profit Mr Field ii f put down ao
worth about 2000000
Wall Street is full of business men
whose wealth varies from 500000 to
1000000 moat of whom live sumpt
uously and enjoy life to its fullest ex
tent but who are daily toiling for
moreand more gains H Victor
Newcomb president of the United
States National Bank and formerly
president of the LouUville and Nash
ville Railroad Company is said to be
worth over 3000000 His sacceeeor
in the presidency of the Louisville
mid Nashville road Mr 0 0 Bald
win is estimated at between 2000
000 and 3000000 H 0 Fabnes
tock vicepresident of the First Na
tional Bank suffered a heavy reverse
when the firm of Jay Coke Co
of which he was a member failed
Mr Fabnestock after having met all
his liabilities is ranked as worth
1000000 Among other million
aires are Surrogate Jenkins Van
bohaick F B Wallace D B Hatch
Henry Clews J D Vermilye Henry
D Willard and MasH Taylor
Old and New Cried
A man may have given up his
belief in Christianity after long
solemn and painful thought he may
have felt constrained to tear himself
away from the faith of parents and
friends and childhood and the pangs
may have been like the tearing away
a piece of ones life But such a
man is not likely to remain in a
creedless condition His sincerity
and intensity will never let him rest
until he has found some little ground
on which he may stand something
on which a shelter may be raised to
take the place of toe forsaken home
He may come to have a poor creed
an imperfect creed in many respects
a mistaken creed but he will still
have creed and be
a so eaved from a
spiritual death of a frivolous skeptic
ismsaved by faith But in these
days there are so many who while
they are incapable of painstaking
thought or a fervent intention flit
hither and thither unreaiatingly with
the infertile buzzing of an unfelt in fi
delity They no more deeply eel l in
fidblity than they ever t fidii
fdeee are flippant sup jfi i I cosii
which outcn the trick cf what H
called advance thought without tht
trouble ot thinking People who
would not or could noi rise to the
height of a great argument youag
people with a foible tor oraais ienu
icd frivolous people who have nc
knees wbe never knew wLa it wa
to Ml down before a great idea
easily acquire the pert phrases of un
belief and dismiss the faiths which
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dave stood for ages and take a new I
incredulity from a monthly review I
In these days people seem to bave no
time to be thoroughly informed about
any one thing and so they become
the victims of some reckless writers
confident assertions
A rd wellplaced words
BpUed with reasons not unplausibla
Wind me into the easyhearted man
And hug me into snares
If it were not for our superficial
magazine and newspaper articles
some who now affect to be unbelievers
or semiunbelievers in Christianity
to he pantheistic with Spinoza or
positive with Comte would scarcely
bav known even the names of these
great writers Knowledge comes if
wisdom linger everybody knows
everything and labor is unnecessary
for we can become scientific in an
hour and sceptical for a shilling It
becomes a duty then to warn men
against the plausibilities which solid
their attention in order to discredit
their religion There would be little
danger in these plausibilities if the
readers were better informed then
they generally are but they are star
tled by bold assertions wbcs inaccu
racy they do not know which take
possession of the mind as though
they were positive fact3Goocl
Words
flow to Eat a Watermelon t
There are many ways of eating
melon all of which are good but
some better than othera The primi
tive way still ardently pursued by
small boyd of all colors is to get into
somebody elaes patch and bust
one open and then 8d there bury
the countenance in it Another way
is to cut it in two parts give your
neighbor one half and a spain and
make similar provision for yourself
this is called an Eastern Sho dia
logue A great deal of substantial
courting can be done in this way
The hotel plan of cutting it like a
tulip and putting a lump of ice inside
is tha worst way Ice should not
touch the pulp The best way is to
bury it in the ice for two days Ii
takes fully that time to get all the
heat out of it Then cut it length
wise into about four pieces and eat it
at nightthat and nothing else
Watermelons are unwholesome how
ever if plncked too green or if much
overripe Some unfortunate people
are unable to eat the en at all But
the happy average man can place I
himself on the outside of half a water
melon without any gastric disturb
bance People however deal un
justly with this fruit sometimes by
eating a hearty dinner first and then
topping off with a melon and then if
a moral earthquake sots up in tho in
terior they charge it to the melon
But this is clearly unjust The water
melon should be taken betweea
meals It was intended as an epi
sode an interludea romance with
out wordsa nocturne in green and
rednot to be mingled with bacon and
greens Its indulgence leaves a cer
tain epigastral expansion but this is
painless and evanescenttake an
other slice
January and May
A youthful wife is one of the won
ders of Saratoga at present not so
much because she is only 17 as that
her husband is 60 The difference in
their ages is fully apparent for he
looks all his years while her face
manners And dress are eztremelygirl i
ib i More than this she has a baby
a dot of a thing only three months
old It seems like a doll in its girl
mothers arms and she is mighty
fond ot displaying it When tbe nurse
brings it to her in the midst of a
part of young fellows and she de
murely walks off to her room to give
it nourishment they get mad with
envy at the veteran husband That
make the young women jealous of
her and altogether aka is a highly
aggravating little creatura The most
affecting thing she has done yet was
at a big hotel bop She wore a dress
quite low in theJbaok and was ravish
ingly pretty While she danced her I
venerable spouse sat out on the ver
anda smeking and chatting with a
a role of men old and von HP Bud
dflnly she ran out to him put her
bands on his kneee beet her head
into his Up and said in the tone of a
child to a parent
Please scratch my back
The old fellow thrust his hand down
the back of her drew a little clawing
her soft skin with his brown wrink
led fingers
A little to the other side she
murmured therethats the spot
Thank you
And she ran back to her waltz part
ner totally unconscious 1 of the
tingling she had caused among the
male spectators I
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George Knowlton Manager Jt g
PEOPLES COOPERATIVE INSTITUTION r < w Lehi City
T R Cutler Superintendent
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Work and is under the special management of Mr J M Studebaker
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Write to the Central Branch
tp House for Reading Matter for Descriptive Catalogues Anjr desired information
< will be promptly furnished on application to
STlDEBAIOOt BROS IANUFAfURING 1 CO °
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
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