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|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
OGDEX DAILY COMMERCIAL: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1690. 'At Uit taiM 'ZiEZX cm t4 evra ABOUT RICH SEXATOBSL U QoaTHt tx-ji-vr- 4 dJ ' Uaife4 6ut. fiOO.duO fruia til kec aiu" voica jfcll ii BLua. Ul ! J or ly " . Ppjr t-a- n bi i, y -i -- aixiM-tLiii- wt-a!t- h v on (( r ' one-hal- f fiii-n- ' ! n ! I t larjt a - I j -- to-te- ; j tum-014x- j j ; one-hal- j three-quarter- Tmral a(4icu. r fianuvivd tWileu.. ii. aj .f. RESOURCES. Liuw aad 4 ,mmu iruiiorm aad kal t.atiy "UTMUI rX4a i i Iur inMM bAk add baak-I beria aad utW caii ,U-Swm aaJ Wai kipr CONTRACTORS ASD.EUILDERS. Plan as4 rrwriratMiu furriJML box 3d. Otfiira. I tak. C O. EJNHlkDT UOWsiJS. ailin-StfoJi- . it si - rit-he- a ifW- the ill. li. 4 U. WaLTUt WlUXMlS. l'i I rw SI'. aiia k TV la Si,n Ihii a; a.h K 8ELLINGHAM, 4 Mtrteinia (Vtiir&l for Tkn fugot oai4 Cilia Mhea hrj Arm (MaUdald. lhtclJ CormtiiutttjwtKi. Beijjsuhaii, Wah.. Sept 1 . I.ak WASH. rCiti- Norlieru Pacific H. V pM If yon do not know where "Bellingham. Wash.." is your maps will not help you ont in the matter. Yon will see by looking at a map of Washington, in the upper left hand corner of the state, and just east of Vancouver Island, a little bay act back in Whatcom county. That ia Delliughain bay. On the eastern shore of this bay, and joining each other, are three embryo cities. Whatcom being the oldeist, Sohoine fT New Whatcom the second oldest, and Fairhaveu the youngest A recent effort to consolidate the two Whatcom failed to carry. An effort is now Wing made to consolidate the three cities, but judging from the hot rivalry between these places each is trying to alsorb the others it will lie some time before the thing is accomplished unless Uncle Sum takes a tumble to the fact that under the present system he is being worked on the postoffice quesHe is now maintaining three tion. offices, with contingent expenses, where one would (ill the bill and do it far better at no increased expense. With the three places combined tho population would secure free delivery of mails', whereas by the present system some people of each village have to walk a mile to get their mail, and run great risk it meeting bears, which may lie lnrkin.-- j yet in tho dense primeval forests adjacent to the streets and avenues. For be it remembered that Fairhaven is not jet a year old, notwithstanding a population of some four thousand souls. It is u town such as may be found nowhere else. It haa four banks. two newspapers, one uany ana o1 weekly; at least a dozen ho' els, sah and faro banks too nunv Hon. Hundreds of men ging and dynamiting ouTTiuui grading and planking bn through the forests, and ts aiid masons nnd paiuteis as thick asVeasf in California are putting up business blif ks Real estate and handsome residences. agents are coining money selling lots, while printers are kept busy day and night getting out maps and charts of the dozens of "additions," which even now take in the hills and valleys for miles aronnd. Two or more saw mills are running full force to supply the lumber, and (locks cannot be built fast enough to receive the freight arriving. This is a brief picture of Fairhaveu. Practically the same conditions exist at each of the other corporations named. The great difficulty in the way of consolidation is the u.atter of the uame to be given the new city. To lie impartial 1 have called the consolidated city "Bellingham," the uame of the lieautiful bay upon which these three hustling towns are situated. If this name is not satisfactory I suggest a combination of the three names, taking the first syllable cf the first two and the last of the other. Then we have If that is not sufficiently poetic let them call it "Mt. Baker," or "Baker City," iu honor of Mt. Baker, whose snow capped crown rises into the heavens in full view of each town, making a glorious background to a most lovely landscape. What is tho inspiration of all the activity here visible? Unlimited lnmber resources, contiguous coal mines, whose veins are no less than thirty feet thick; mountains ot solid iron ore of the richest quality, lime stone, sand banks, building stone, agricultural lands, unlimited fishing waters; the finest lakes, over 2iXl feet above the city, forming a natural reservoir, of pure water within two miles of the bay; deep channels and secure harbors, railroad contiwtion with two or more of the gre;;t transcontinental lines, a'climate unsurpassed for both winter and summer, absolute freedom from stagnant water or marsh lauds everything conspires to make this an ideal spot for a great city. There are now three daily, two week ly and one papers in the three towns, und ten banks. Among the hotels are at least six good ones, and two of them are fine modern structures. Houses cannot be built fast enough for the people. Many canvas tents and slab shanties are doing temporary duty as homes for families. Men are pouring in from all directions, and with a pres ent joint population of near 12.0iK) in the three cities five years will see a population of 100,000 at the present rate of in 2 vl'.Wrt.lil.. crease. Men who left New York six months igo are considered old settlers, and substantial business houses aud manufactories stand where six months ago were jungles so dense that a man could scarcely pick his way through the brush. To clear the land of timber costs Jf"i to $100 an acre, and to free it of stumps costs as much more. An electric street car line is being graded connecting the three towns, and heavy cedar and fir logs are being piled into heaps and burned up to clear the way for the car tracks through W. G. Hcaton. the streets. Oct. Yok, : .s. 1 i.ould 4 Curry lonuvtake U,a Kilter Ontario 2 8 I'V Exiv t)i Of. n'i 11' e IWt 4 Belcher ... lValXMi Hale 4 Nun-ru- . Silver '' Horn Mniran I Adan and Jeili-r- lekiJxur n So. ttiMiW tT. THOMAS. ieo. I tali. O. WHKlXKii Ji mua 90 1 25 J - W CI Iue.i 1.SJ7 II ll 3 tr7S. "f 74 D I . f H'eber. U a Johm IIoilb. . K. A. Keku. b.rectora. Hank Nt)W IS THE TIME TO BI Y Real Estate! H. HOLLIlKiE. J 2 3) S St la,- tie-- l- ENGINEERS. CIVIL i4 ..jui) 1. A. P. liijU.a. aitaut cashier ti al aauied Uai.k. d w lt.iul wear thai tbc !"t--i i at jnjeul lc trur. l. t bji kuow l.l P. ti..t.Lw. an .1 ktrlwl. i I U,. X!l,v-r,l-- l U belure rm thu. Ilia an l oo. H. Hoxhi. day ut Ort.ibrr. A N.rtarj PuI.Ikl Jiute 7t h, ( '.Muaii-vioB. lln kmh, H. : Commt, .Inert t CO.. ARCHITECTS, Orllcw. rooms l'i. 17 and IS National buil lnuf. i l' u. I ti.h. S R1S.75 . 1 Tirtal TerriUH over Standard 10. .ri iid la uaietl r:j i Uankr au4 baukei - ARrHITECTS, utreet. K !.- -! K73.J lit Iue UK A n Itriuaa Ltah. OgC'lefi. ratKmi. WOiins fit liiue ke uarautl. KtreH, hetwritt r ive I'.Mnt. ri.xmiik. and "O M Capital 1.1111 r AM, rk JO, a LIABILITIES. .arrn. a. A3 H X Tula. . at aUirk rliMed iug t r. Ail a Stock. Mining Late .VM't City Engineer! CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR, 3 e I 1 3 an fimwjui Plans, estimate, irruratinc ditche and ub 1 :B 3 i "Standard sierra Sciaila Z'. minion. Firiene of the past three year baa taught 1 UU Small llofMa : 1 UiSmir I'reek Si.x iul given to the la) ing out of u that all property bought veil at thi seaxMi adtitiHiM and city lot. bring at least SO per cent. pniHt Otiicw with Ocden Abstract Comnani, First of .the year Boston Stocks. National iiauk fiinldiug. during the folloaiua winter. as rWwTos.Ort. It Tha stork market eluaed We offer for sale the following choice irtpeny follow : a. '. rAiia. at these low C. A. Tt'HH. price : M"Z. bond Mript.... Atch ATop 4 FAR1S, KI Me. liret niortaaxe Sixty acriMiu aectioo 10, overlooking the Ii.irliiu(t4u IT"4 Sau t IQU UO Hex, Central coin., city. tarr CIVIL ENGINEERS & SURVEYORS. (V'ii:CO feet on Twenty-fourtatreet, between Lincoln and Wall avenue, er Petroleum. Plans, iecifications and estimales prepared mm foot aud work suiNTint.'ndeil. Nkw Yok, Opt. 15. -- Penatylrariia petroleum etc.. Lot on the Bench. VlxISO feit, only eight Main, plat, tracings, blue print, etc., oiienedsisj, closing "V; November oiieueUOS executed ou hort notice. block from Washington ave. for each 30 10 Office, ;41 Vtashingtou avenue. Ogilen. lux!) rods, tietween Jackson and VanKuren avenu'w. on the street car liue, a snsp, .1VO On aoas. en E a. Al'HTIK c. L. ago Cattle. Chicago Two acre lot on Twenty-eightand Jackk ROSS, 1700 in son 8.0(10: yAlHiESER Chicago. Ort. 14. 00 $1 Tcxna 15; cattle, Two acre lot ou Thirtieth and Quincy . :tJJ0 U0 tealjr; ateere, SU2',i5 CIVIL ENGINEERS & SURVEYORS. ranirero, tl l.r a 75. 1I.0K: fteaily. 10c hiirlier; General engineering practice. Consultation UU f4 butcher' heavy active; prime wiilil. invited. If you will rail on us we will sliow and cont$4 5Ti; IibIiI. U 0a. 35. Ollice. rsm 3 Kay block. Ocden City. I'tah. vince you there is money in buying now. Sheep ileeeiptu, K,imi; ateady, rhnde hiirher; I wwU rns. U Ui ;lj; Tenative. 14 3 1 5( Ot-lii- r U';ae i ll S ait'-mio- l)n-)f- h h attle-Receipti., tH, xan, ft It 3U. 1 Oct. H. Wheat npeneil strong at CltH'AOO, .c hither, advanced jc more, eased off '.c, Huctuated and chwed , Sc hik'hor than Tim brniniw it attributed to the ntntng tone of Kurniean adviceit, a decrea!e in the ininutity on ocean paare, a fnUiiig off in Knir lish deliverie and diHreajtnir Mock. Keceipta, tilKl.liUO Imclielx ; shipments, 210.UU0 bunheU. -- Steady at Hurley Nominal 74i 2417 DkUirGTSTS avenue, Ogden, Utah. Washington R. WHITE, HEi'i!R'i:i!anlT(III.ET.IITIfl.b Practice in the District Court and all the Personal attention given to colhrtions. Imported and Dounsnc court. Kcmember tho place, in I Cory a wooden liuild-ini- t, near meat shop of C. II. nenwell k Bros., :fil' Twenty-fourtstreet, Ogilen, Vtah. P.O. boa bid. K. KIMBALL. JAMEH CIGARS. Orders by Mail Promptly Attended to. EPWARD M. ALLISON. 1MBALL k ALLISON'. OGDEX, UTAH, - $100,000. Incorporated Under Territorial Banking Laws, H. V. BIOKLOW, President. JOHN A. BOYLE, Vice President A. P. BIOKLOW, Asa't Cashier. General Hanking Business Transacted. TT. nK OfliM, nn, V..;.1 " ' v vi.., V,Mlier HII ..nit.'iin D.l. ltll,lt, nn nslontnn nveitna q ...I T f.....L. . . ' C. v . JACOB Jon, T. W. E. A. Rkkd, Bknj. Lombard. Taos. Hariiine, John A. Botlk, H. ('. Bigelow Jr. PAID ON TIME INTEREST J Hill. DEPOSITS. Bank, ami Surplus "0,COO. C. Accounta DEALERS 369 Meat, Poultry and Fish RAWapoKIl SMITH. tMlTH k R. W. SMITH. Try our Pure Lard, mUmifnctored by selves and you will never use any hr SMITH, Office, rooms No. 6, 7 and 8, No. ington avenue 2439 Corroipondencc Ml UTAH NATIONAL Option, Utah. F. B. HURLBUT, PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. D. VAN V1CKLE, M. I). Wholesale and Retail PHYSICIAN. DRUGGIST, '"Treats chronic diseases nnd diseases of children. General practice will receive prompt attention. Private diseases a socialt)'. Oilers an experience of 25 years in the practice of medicine. Office 107 Corner Washington 25th st. Residence 2S30 Lincoln ave. Street, under DENTISTS. JR. DENTAL SURGEON. Formerll of San Francisco, California, has opened his dental office at 310 Twenty-fiftstreet, up stairs, front mom. Twenty-siyears practice. Extracting and filling teeth a specialty. All work guarniitecd. Bridge, crown and plate work unequalnd. Dr. Meade can he found at his ollice at nil hours, day and night. x Q United States Depository. AP1TAL, Office, Washington avenue over Horrock Teeth without plates and saving natural teeth a specialty. No teeth or roots too bad to be saved by filling or crowning. Special attention given to children's teeth. A Sons store. lOO.OOO. Tb Bust 4 Doolt, President. W. S. r.c.sn. Korreot Shap.1 Shilling. LEGAL BLANKS AT TIIK COMMKUCIALOKl'K'K 235! Twenty-Fift- St., 0M)E, If UTAH. In the Market. Pronounced the best in Territory i W1TFR A I Lit Try it and sntiBfy yourselves. NOTICE ! you want Vet, Wygal, Manager. Telephoxe SHAPE OF FOOT perfection In lit. with freSdom TO from cotoh and sll dlneomfort yon will ear tho Burt & Packard Mhoe. lway It Is e. nowlcdi;ed as themostcnmfortar.lt'. the best vreariiiK acd most stylish centletrjen'. hoe maie Ih the w.irld. SPOIL TOt'R fSF.T BT WEARIKC CHEAP EEOKS. the only building BOS'T The Kurt Jit Packard Whoe exists no more any other fine shoe, though none appr )perty at the Celebrated than proach it in valne. SDd Bnrt All styles in Handmade, it Springs. also Boys' and Youths'. If not sold by Parties wishing to gtt a welt: rour dealer seud his name ai.d your address to beautiful and healthful subur- PAGK.VRD&FIELDSXVTw ban residence can do so by ton, MaitM. Sold by addressing us at the above ASHBY BROS. OGDEN number. Have 1 1 TOILET ARTICLES A. M. BUCK, Prop IT CONFORMS h Finest Stock of Complete. B. F. STEAGY & CO. Real Estate, Hotel We have lately opened the Central Carriage Works. 23d and Washington Avenue, and are prepared to do all kinds of Carriage and Wagon Building and Repairing. Are the only firm in the city prepared to Repair, Paint or Trim a Carriage or Buggy Vice President. Cashier. h DENTIST. Interest Paid on Time Deposits. K. Broom Tweoty-fift- CflTI i VU A R. SNOWDENi STJKPL.TJS, J. Ave. and L. H. MEADE, 2427 L. B. AnAMs, our- Mail orders and wholesaling a siocial biutinear with us. Twenty-fourt- h strret Wash- h solicited. invited. IN street, Ogden, Ctah. Twenty-fourt- h ECLECTIC Armstrong, President. W. V. Hklfrk h, Ass't Casliior. Cashier. Active BUTCHERS. Washington aveune ATTORNEEYS-AT-LA- OG DEN, UTAH. O. K. 2IOr? Bros. & Wholksalk akd Retail . ATTORNEY-AT-LA- Office. COMMERCIAL Itofite, H. Greenwell R. HEY WOOD, A J M rMI.OOO. Capital, Unolviclnri No. Office, Ogden. Utah. Sell Exchanpe on all the leading cities of Enrope; nlxo on New York, Chicago, Omaha and San Francisco. National S. BOREMaN, ATTORNEY-AT-LA- BOARD OK DIRKCTOHS: S. M. Preshaw, Nair Young, OSDKN. Kifth ATTORNEYS-AT-LA- Ogden, Vtah. A CO., ATTORNEY-AT-LA- BANKS. CAPITAL, W. .McXUTT I'tah. Ogdi-n- , ATTORNEYS-AT-LA- yr :. - JJAINTKR k 5JLRPHY, VhUliey-l.i;- i. Shoulder .".:.", in J 75. Slmrt clear JMiTrfi 5 7l. Short riha $5 .1. AT LAW, ATTORNEY 24o Washington Ave. Ollice, 75. 1IUUU1TT. & 8. WOKTHMAN, JJ V Kyo KKi:i LAWYERS. Chicago Produce canf ." .i'i.r U. l uion 'iuiu hl treta. CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. aaile and etiaiatrt Plan and t ariter joWan riirt aif U tl lt aveaur. bet. Taeuty Taeuty-tliin- c. EkOS I . Kartyti Wrtist. l ataaoaa. Twentj-fourt... 5il. otlire. I lif Kxp'a c ;iVt-i-i NorthwGrUTO y d Skw fuUuw Mica Ikxtin 57 I'aul t. I'aul 4 Omalia. f. IT'j F.-i!i- , . I "Fair-Se-Coin- ; ;' vi :t Ht-- CONTRACfORS AND BUILDERS. EaM . cmushi and B' - P- - a eer li.WK, baw Ort. 14. lsw, At tfc c'm mt xu. a r. IUuUL . (a. STATE OGDEX Em-au- b tttmt r ua miit - - t- exi-has- o-nt- J -- AND BUILDER- CONTRACTOR VoklOcl 1- L- New York ktocer. the Load fur atovk in the e m the ruJ vai at that .Ume V.i.. fin. 14. M.o oa rati road, about to he ahsorhed ty the I1ut-auliarluijrtoa aal Quiacy i) leia Jjtroos Uude ID exchange on hi ruaaiuiiig SUrer. Copper. Lead and Tin. runiir- - Suoa au-r- a rj the atotk of Ve V..Vt H -- Bw!r.fl.Ji i. I the LtarliliToa road vaa watered lU .. uid t?rorij fooad himw-l-f a mus, &JM. Tie. luil ; mu, SSiSi. pT hat two or three luilliotiaire. whert-aBond. year Uore he had bera a common j Srt Yota. Oct. IL iuvrnaut buetliekiMvi fur a fifty dollar a (Uui : country lawyer. fee. Frutn this oa all waa (Jain r. S.ti. rrc d ... . S V. V eoupoa i'tCMiim ...AS faridcC UJ drew oat of the Burlington at a I", I'4" I", iv S favora lle tiiue. an J oriiaztJ the Aula-n- . Block. Tcirka and Santa Fe yrteui hy rouaolidatioa. count ruction andaUorp-tioo- Sew Yk, Ore 1L -- Tha tturk avkvt c1um4 lie became prerU'leiit of that ?reat a fuJUjw : Mt Ki ;N. Y.Oatral A corjtoration, and in a few yean more i aiitt'liau 1'ariLc.. Natimtifa Si Hrn 'Mi 'ao. Nimh Arnvriraa. ' multiplied hi million by fire. 4 r imentirin't t :'' 'Oriv.vw Some men are born rich, aome achieve Hur4:iiY-j- I'aciUc .. VII Si..rt Lm K - Mail ' f'ai ; auJ olliera e richea thrust upon I.ackaauua... ' tuiie n I. B SHEPHAKB, JJ New Tork Svacka. Ve BEPrtKToF THE HM1TI0 BUSINESS CARDS. AND COMMEIICE. ie-- a ; ("MM-mli- TAutopaoo. aud Lia ova boidina - uf Waaiuiiiua. ia wuica toexaU-- r of Tfca tits jvi'ict-- t famJj arw iu cWr. u '' M tm ml I OpiaWa all" rliaiu tujil OJJOU lepuaiU lkaa iflera. 4 a;Jkjar4 to bo TW Ae of a low frade. gjU qiuru Hi Saarjrr fut'eiac bubx are still ia op-- j uur dvjmt't worry craumt, but tu? iixnurJ much abuat tbeia He tulj iu j S.-j-a emie uf years aM that he J ail tUe $1 Ian Bryt. vt EaUuJ. natliur uf T1j luutiry L wauie4 and ercrytloug elaat ImtTb-atYim. m w nJ lit." va1 whiWin in tin wurU vxot--t youth, Jutoxm 1 another good an Vaaliifc.tua a few work jal m 1 two ur tiirv uf uuiur. li9 few 1 ktl him. arintijCiirT hit h of the art, ia hi jm. . L4 fideisc. auJ U aj;sr-ntlcallable of bia iLU cjomry. m.iiii two or tun ui'r if trur! ,rrit-- t li pruinj.;? rriiU-J- , TUe art of iuuty euiuea to worst To thi day he like to grub-ttak- e a pioepertor on the lubtou uulii" " Ht at tli capital Iittte of thi art. but in u of it toulu proluUuty tiiat tli wan will diaouver rich. Haviii a tvpuutiun t of laonrjr Tin u a utbn;. Dot uf to run Of-- n ior aa in auca mau-- r auoui au riy mmejr iMUtijr. of , ti. gwnuij r lute lMrecm fn!n i.ttur in the cuuutry ' urikt? him fur a Uktj whea tim country, an4 nwle thir arealth they eau't l coogTHM are many ry n a hii'l another titcker. Aliovt thu the t tut-a gtoi tory. Out in CJi- lcit not a. iniaiy a trw omrao t!k ha yit. Fvumtt of uin nl wh-- fitrtii u a uuo lutiut-- Jul CUrkxn j an ia,"i-T!-ar tv4 rt Utl to Jiinn- - S. CUrkm of are li.vr4). wha u uotetl aa bring the Li;-.- t rn-l the gut Hillic iianii-uhtrlliU t eitravajiuc!!. orIt liar hi the cont One duir a prun?-toia generally nppwl that axted J.mea mid told hiui he knew are wlu-r- e there waa a mine that had a rich more of the uiem'jer of the millioiiairwi. but 1 dibt if more than d. j.sit of ore &) feet thick in a aolid fifteen member of that Uxly could clear vein. "There never waa auch a mine, to yon blamed fool," replied the senator. tip a luillioa dollar were they ' it I have maile aotiie iuip3iri on thi "Oh. ye there ia, and I know whereto i on it." "Who told yon core, and find that the senator who are put my lookt! upon aa millionaire, by their vol- - about thi wonderful mine?" demanded the senator. "Bud Oarksou." lean are the following Well. don't yon know that Dud Clu-kaoStnuford ami Heart of California. it the htir of California?" "Yea, I Crown of ieortfL. j thampiou McMilUn aud htockbriJ0' of Miihi-gnn- . a'He he ia. But, aanutor, just think wlutt a mine it would be if only half i wh.it B id Farwell of Illiaoia. any u true." Senator Jon is now at work upon a Tower and Sunnd-- r of Montana, j novel euterpix-wJonm and Stewart of Kevala, Year ago he acquired hhennan and Payne of Oltio, lO.flm) acre of land lyiti ri'lit acroba Cameron of Pennsylvania, the bay from San Francim o. The tract C irttot'.r of Virginia aud didn't t him more thun a thotwand or two. for it is all covered by water when Sawyer of Wisconsin. liut the land There are other rich uieu in the aen- - the tide ia at in hi 'he-it- . ate. mu h ttn lilodett. Davw, Wahhnni, w very rich It i n aort of marl which Al riior..n. Plnmh, Caaey, Aldrich. Lhh lKen ih'iKisited there by the two Dixon, Ctlmnnda and Snire. but it ia rivers which flow into the b.sy on either not lilci-lthat any one of these ia en- aide of it. The black, rich soil is ten or titled to be chitiiiiHl an a millumaire. In fifteen fiitboins thick. Now Jonca ia ut the hiMiso there ure three or four mill 'work reclaiming the whota tract Bi ion;, ire and a l.ire iuiiiiler of wealthy dreilp- - are in operation building; a dyke men. Fiowell I Fiower ia pnh;tbly a t kt p the tide out The dyke ia seven millioin.ire, and ao U Mr. Vu!k'-r- , of f'M-- h'vjh, unl ia cotwtrncted without Mfwliu'tta. The former mudo hiu miiKonry or other exieiisive work. Already twelve or fifteen miles have been nionoy in laiikin,; and railwiy operathat will be tions, whilo the hitter ami'ed a fortune finifthtHl of tho neventy-flv- e in inaiiufucturinK- - Mr. Waikur is a reouired to keep the tide off the whole iuemlx-- r of the taunery firm iu tract Lxst year the aeuator sowed a funall the world, and ia interested in nutny uther exti:ive eiiterprises. part of this trai;t iu barley, und the soil was ronsh utnl lumpy, not lieing Hub- All (ho world k"..e.-- how Lelutid St;uif.rd acquired hi wealth. "Uncle dued in its lir-- t aeaaon of cultivation: he iKMffe" T'earst uiiido his money as a got a yieM of seventy bushels to the 10 an wre tiiiuitijr prjKpector und "grnh staker." ucre. Ho had been offeit-1 met the other d i muu from the fur per year for the leane of all the ground west, aud he aiiid he wonld take OtKtrge he has reclaimed for truck gardening. Ileiirct's jtiilpniint on a mini before that A few years more and Jours expects ko of any other living man. Hearst m:le have the whole IO.iH) acres under cultihi firxt ng strike as an expert on the vation. For trunk fanning it willtbe value of milling protorty. Ill waa etit auperb oa account bf its richness, ai by orne capitnlista in the early days of because it is only an hour from San and pro nou lire upon a Francisco by ferrybojit What a fortune California mine which other expertg had con- - the 10.000 acres will be at $10 an acre. detuned. Hearst declared that it was a or even $.". each yeitr! In Washington we have many men of big thing, aud the comimny which tKinght it out aud developed it mmle a wealth who made taeir money in the large pile of money. This established states, and who, though not iu public Iluurst'a ri'putatioii. Nothing succeed life, come here to live because they like like success, and tliereafter the San the capital as a place of residence. The Francisco public was ready to follow richest of t'lesu, p.rbaps, is Leiter, who Hearst in any venture which his uame amassed a fortune in the dry goods busiwas associated with. He made a great ness in Chicago. Hj lives in Mr. Blaine's blunder on the famous Diamond mines house. Another rich man is Mr. Warder, of Utah, which some enterprising scala of Springfield, O., who grew rich in had "salted" with real diamonds, j making agricultural implements. Thirty mid his followers lost barrels of money years ago ou adjoining farms in southin the fako mine, but they did not lose western Ohio lived two poor boys. One confidence in the man. The most of was this Mr. Warder, aud the other's tlieiu tituck to him, and put their money name was Emerson. One of them tells me they often talked of what they would in other enterprise on his recommendation, aud they grew rich and so did he. like to be when men. and they agreed "Uncle George" Hearst knows what it that their highest ambition was to own is to pack a burro with two mouths' pro- a big factory, employing hundreds of visions aud start off into the mountains workmen. Warder became the richest prospecting for gold or silver mines, man and most public spirited citizen of lie is the only one of the so culled min- the manufacturing town of Springfield, ing senators who ever wielded a pick while Emerson, his bosom friend, now with his own hands. occupies a similar position in the thrivSenator Brown, of Georgia, made his ing town of Uockford. Ills. ' Kmerson, money in railway operations. He waa a like his friend, made n fortune iu agrilawyer, and when railways were to be cultural implements, ami again like his reorganized or consolidated he furnished friend is living a life of ease and good furnished works, the brains while other Henderson is another rich the rail ways. That is one of the favorite meliiods of getting rich in this country, man who has settled down here to live I could point out scores of iu a lieautiful castle overlooking the Capit. seems. men throughout the country who have itol. He made a fortune in a queer way. mnssvd large fortunes in this way. Of In Missouri many conn ties had voted ourse it is honest enough, but the sus- bonds to aid in building railways, and picion remains that the lawyers, lawyer theti had taken advantage of certain like, get altogether too much for their court decisions to refuse to pay the inIn a moment of inspiration time and work. The only other million- debtedness. aire in the eetiatc from the south made Mrs. Heudersou told her husband that his pile in much the same way. Senator those Ixmds wonld some day be paid. Barbour was a railway lawyer and rail and that he might to bny a lot of them 1 Almofit against his judgment, but rely-- j way president, and the money just into his fingers. ing on his wife's intnition, Heudersou invested about all the money he had in McMillan and Stockbridge, of Mich-igaand Sawver, of Wisconsin, made county bonds. He bought at a few cents their strikes iu lumber, though they have on the dollar and eventually sold out at since branched out into a great variety near p;;r. A case almost identical with this is of eutcrprises. McMillan and his partners ii Detroit, the Newberry, are into that of Col. Henry Strong, who, like Henderson, occupies a castle in WashprAly much everything in the state mining, liunlier mills, railways, car ington. Col. Strong was some years works and all sorts of manufacturing ago a plain tonntry lawyer at Keokuk, enterprises. Senator Stockhridge is a la. A tier of counties through that farmer and stock raiser on a huge scale. state had vo:ed bonds tonid the Burling-- j Senator Sawyer has been dabbling a ton and Missouri River railroad. Among little in mining property, aud has put the holders of a block of those bonds was two or three hundred thousand dollars Edgar Thompson, of the famous steel into gold mines within a dozen miles of works at Pittsburg, who had sold rails Washington, on the Potomac. The odd to tho mid. A division of the supreme liiing about it is that this enterprise is court of the stato invalidated the bonds, likely to pay him handsomely. There aud their market value went down to is un immense pile of low grade ore in one or two cuts on the dollar. Thoinp- the hanks of the Potomac, and the old son had ."m,000 of this pnper, and he f fuiiiers say that it is the low grade ore offered Strong the proceeds in that makes the big fortunes in the end, cue he could secure a reversal of the du-cisicn. String accepted the offer and providing there is enough of it. An incident relating to these Potomac went Jo work. Ho soon saw his wav mines is worth telling. Some years ago clear in the :ourts, and then invested ail Senator Hearst was coming to Washing the money lie had in bonds on his own ton by the Baltimore aud Ohio road. account, lit? secured about half a millAbout ten miles from Washington he ion dollars "jf them at prices ranging was looking out the car window, and from one an 1 a miarter cents to one and he tunii;d at this point and remarked to and soon aitPrward the his companion, "I'll wager money there supreme court of Iowa reversed its foris gold about here, and 1 shouldn't be mer decision, and th. s;ci)iid decision was anrprised if there was enough of it to continued by the supreme court of the qo-tiot- EJar ai-- t get nor thaa FINANCE tit att'ina4j but LJ eotrd Latbe aarfaoe of titecuaa- - j Afioorvlisg to the law under whkh to teMMl a holder eoalJ at acy d iu auliorb WmhU try. Tbe ew fiOKrti j M LLKAAiRES THERE ARE FEsVE THiNiC PEOPLE THE THAN s. uli out a Strot Hand-wel- t . THE 4. . COMMERCIAL wmm a. 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