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THE DAILY CAIRO
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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 20, 1879.
NEW SERIES NO. 75.
DI HECTOR Y.
; BUSINE88 DIRECTORY
tho leading business bouse whose advertise
ment may bo found In Tux Unxtrih .
0. Patlcr A Co., Commercial avenue and Nino
centh street. .
lm. K. Stewart, Kljfhth street.
,rl Peter .V Bro.. Eti'litli street.
ttls & Blid, Wiubiugtoa avcimo and Eighth
. PHYSICIAN 3.
. J. II. Marian; office, HoComtnerclal avenue.
. W. C. Jocolyn, Eighth near Commercial .
. K. W. Wbltlotlc, l Commercial avenue.
bt. bmyth, No. W Ohio levee.
II. Candee, No. WOhlo levee (up stairs),
lltabla Life, of New York, corner Twelfth and
dw mid Orphans Mutniu Aid Society, Sevcuth
hnJ Commercial avenue.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
uegjir A Lantden, No. 11:1 Commercial avenue.
illldnv Bros., proprietors Evptinn Mills,
.fikle. Thlstlcwood it Moore, No. l." tK& IT!
DRUGGISTS-WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
irelav Itrn., Ohio levee and corner Eighth and
y National, Ohio levee.
Walter. Eighth street.
v'hler Bros.. Comer Eijhth and Wellington.
impion. Three Sta'e.
an Sprout, corner Twelfth and Lcvcc.
BRAC KET STOKE.
C. Pord, Corner Ninth and Commercial.
(iio. Steinhotise, Eighth street.
R.R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL P. R.
Trt.MSO AttlUVK THAINS IirTART
A8 a n. Stall 8:Ma.m.
Jjpfvss :wp.m. r.xprcs i.avp.ui.
CAIRO Si YINCENNES 1(. K.
tall .10:00 p.m. 1 Mall 4:15 a.m.
CAIRO Jc ST. LOUIS K. R.
y.pte , Vl'i p.m. I Kni-ess :tia.m
coin'datlon.llM'i pui. I Arcom'iliitUc.l2:'jrp. m
UICAOO.ST. LOU I S AN I) N E W OR LEAN S R.R
lall.... 5:J)p.m. I Stall 5:(i0a.ni.
C. A. A T. RAILROAD
'(infii r'.i ..?:" a.m. I Teias vxpre iM'ip in.
,c;c::i:uo.lat'u. .H:3) a.m. I
M ENERAL DELIVERY open i.M a. m.; close
f o Jip r.i.; Sunday: S to it a. m.
Mmey Order Department open at 8 a. ni.i closes
5 p. in.
Through Einre Mali via Illinois Central and
p'isMssippI C-l:m1 Railroads dose at Vi.W p. in.
Cairo ana ropur Ulna inrouga aim nay .v.u
oes at 111: 20 p. m.
Wav Mail via IlllnoU Central. Cairo and Yin
:nne and Mlei.ssippl Central Railroads close at
W p. in.
Way ..; far Narrow Gauge Railroad close at 8
Cairo ard EvansvlU' Rlvor Rente close at 6:30
. m. (iiiijr iiJcept Friday).
Mayor X. H- Thistlcwood.
Treasurer Edward IK'ionla.
Clcrlt Dtnnia. J. Koler.
Counselor Wm. B (ilibcrt.
Marshal J.C. Lallue. ,
Attoraey William Hendricks.
BOAHrt or Al.I)EHJf.
First Ward-Wm. O'Callahan. M. J. Howler.
Second Ward-David T. Ltuegar, C. It. Wood
Third Warfl-W. P. Wright. Egliert Smith.
Fourth Ward Charles O. Patter. Jamv Kynaton
Fitth Ward-T. W. Ualliday. Krnei-t U. 1'etllt.
Circuit Jnd;e-0. A. lUrker.
Circuit Clerk-J. A. Reeve.
Cwiuty Jiuk'e R. S. YiKnra.
Conutv Clerk S. J. Iitimm.
County Attonwy-W. C. Slnlkey.
County Treaaurer A. J. A'di-u.
Sheril John Ilode.
Coroner K. FiliL'eraic.
County Commlfi'lonow T. W. Ualliday, SI.
Brown, Samnel Brlley.
VFRICAX St. E. Fourteenth utrvet. between
Walnut and CeJar treet: service, sulilmth 11
n. m. and 7::w p. in.; smiduy School 1:3 p. ni.
CHI'.ISTIAN-Elu'hleenth ntn-et: tneetins Sab
j b:ith M.Mp. m.preaeliliisocc.ii'loually.
C CHURCH OF THE H E D E K SI E R K plwopal )
j Fo'irteenth ctn'et; Miinilu!.' prayer sul'batli)
10::!) a. in.; evening prayers, i.M p.m.; saimaui
tchool V a. m.
T-MRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURC1L-
r Preachlnjat ln:a. m.. Hp. m.. and 7::to p. m
SiihliatU ecliool at ::H) p. in. Rev. T. J. Show,
UTIIERAN-Thliteetitli itreet; aervlcej Salv
hatli 'l::)') a. m.; Stiudny cclioul i p m. Rev
hatb l::!i) a.
METIIODIST-Cor. Klirhth and Walnut street
Ir..iic-liiiiir Salihnth 10:: a. ni. and T D. ni.
prayer meeting, Wednesday ":: p. m.; Sunday
School, t) a. m. ltev. hittaker, pastor.
flKESBYTERIAN-ElL'htb street; preachlns on
.1 Sabbath at 11:U0 a. m. and 7::p. m.j prayer
muetlun idtiesduv at 7:) p.m.; Sunday School
Bt 3 p. m. ltev. 11. i . Ucori;c, pastor.
OECOND FREE-WILL BAPTIST Flftecith
KJ atreet, between Walnut and Cedar streets, sur
vices Sahbittu at 3 and , ::J0 p. m
CT. JOSEPirs-(Homnt Catholic) Corner Cross
KJ and Walnut streets: service bt'ibatu iu:wa.
in.; Sunday School ut i p. in.; Sespers S p. in.; ser
vices every day at 8 p. ni.
ST. rATRICK"S-( Roman Catholic) Comer Ninth
street and Washington avenue; services Sab
bath 8 and 10 a. ni. ; Vespers 3 p. m. ; Snndav School
B p. m. ; services every day at 8 p. in. ltev, t . lauui
niiuined for now Inventions, or for Improvement
on old ones; for medical or other compounds, t ratio
n,,irl and labels, t'nveuts. Assle;umeuts, Inter
ferencoa, Appeals, Suits for lnl'rlniremouls, mid
all case RflKliiK under thu Patent Laws, prompt
ly attended to, , lnvoiitlous that have been
i)V i;fTIt,I'i')ytlioPatentOmco may still
JlritirjViriWi,101t casus, bo patented b;
is llnlnff onnosllo tho L'. S. Patent Department
and oniraiwd In Patent business exclusively, wo can
malio closer searches, and secure Patents more
pronptlv. w!h broader claims, than those who
.....,,,in from n HHlilinri.,,1
Jl V XJil A VitO your itnli.i make cx-
nmlnatlona and advise ns to patentability, free of
rharmi. All correspondence, atrlclly coundenllni.
l'rmus low, and imcharKo unless Patu ls-securuB.
, - Wo refer In Washington, to lion. Postmaster
General D. St. Key, Iter. V. D.Power. Tho German
Amurlenti National Hank, to official. In tho U. H.
Patent Offlco, and to Henators and Representative
In Cotigresst and ospoelally to onr client tu every
blato In the Union and in Canada. Address
'Oppoltt)iftntoaice, WaiMnntoa D. C,
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
" PiSWYflFT? TRAINS LEAVE AND
- lAOOIjiMj&il ARRIVE DAILY.
ST. LOUS VIA. CAIRO SHOUT LINE,
without chaiiglr.;! Mr. The direct route to
And all EASTERN POINTSJ
st. paxti; "
n.l all NORTHERN POINTS.
Trulut leave and arrive ul Cairo ft" follows:
Expn-s. daily cxccjit Sutday ;MW p.m.
SU:i. daily exlept Sunday.
- i : 1J a m.
(er.erai Snu A at
(JAIIIO it ST. LOUIS R. R.
'm w-iw vis w
jr. SMITIIKHd. I-K.ivr
SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
J Irnucti hxprc leaves ralro a.m.
Through Express arrive at E. St. Louis.. San.1 p.m.
) nruncn axpr;s leave, t. m. loujs.... v:aia.m.
Through Express arrives at Cam r.np.i:i,
iurpu)i)oroaccornuiooatton leavi si airou 3 p.m.
Mu'phy)ioru Are. arrives at Slnrphysboro 6'V p.m.
Sliirphy'lKiro Ace. leaves Sturjdiysboro. .. 4:15a. in.
M.irptirsooro Ace. arrives at c a:ro 10 45 a.uj,
The Cairo St. Louis Kail Road Is the only nil
ailRitnto lit-tween Cairo aLd Sf. Louis under oi;i
iatjaL'imeM. therefore there are no delavs l
way statioiis awaitin' connectirns from other lint
Clo-sand snre couneciion at St. Louis with other
Hues for North, Last and Wist.
A.NAUOLE. L. St. JOHNSON.
AL'eUt. General SlanaKir.
CAIRO k YINCENNES R.R.
C.i ArTn7iTH2 SHORTEST ROUTE TO
Jl JJlUJi.i KviinsviUf.
17 lrir Vil THE SHORTEST TO LOUIS
xl .UJ.ljr.jO VILLE. CINCINNATI. BAL
TIMORE AND WASHINGTON.
Q WIT VH THE SHORTEST TO INDIAN
YORK AND BOSTON
SIX HOURS SAVED
Over train, of tit other routes making the same
tjfl PasereTS bv other mute, to make connec
tions must ride all night, waiting from one to six
hours at small country statious lor trains or con
T? in! tTMRPPTHE FACT and takeour4
jujjii;jiJJJiu a. m, trsin, roch'nK Bvans-
rille. Indianapolis. Cincinnati and Louisville same.
daw Trains leave and arrive at Cairo s follows:
Mll i-sve. :: a. m
Stall arrives 10:Ulp.m,
TUroucb tickjts and checks to ail lmpormut
F. A- Si ILL Kit KOSWtLl. U.l.tK.
Gen 1 ras. Acent. Oeneral sup
L. B. CHURCH. Passenger Agent.
A WEEK in your own town, aud no
capital risked. Yon can Kive the
business a trial without etense.
The l t opportunity ever offered for
those wllllui; to work. You should
trv nothiuir else till votl see for vo"r-
self what yon can do at the business we o:)-"- No
room to explain lu re. S'ou cau devote all your
time or only vour spare tune to the nusiness, ana
nnku ureal pay for every hour that yon work..
omen make as much as men. renti lor special
private terms und particulars, which we mall tree.
j:onttll iree. jion ictunpiaiti oi narti limes wniie
you have such a chance.
Address II. II. I. LETT &
.'U I'orllautl, -Value
CARJ, PETERS it RRO.
Of all k!:il.
CAIRO POULTRY YARD,
t .i 1 t. a n ... I ti..i. .....
CAIRO. : : : - ILLINOIS
JjgGnoda delivered to all pnrl of tho City free
oi cnarge. -
, FLOUR. GRAIN' AKD HAY
nitrbctt Cash Price PaKl for Wheat.
IS YOUR BLOOD I'U UK t
Now this Is an Important quostloh, for without
lire and wholesomi! blood thsru can bu no tier
l eil hualth, and without
Ife Is a mero' burrtea and waste. For Imnnrc
ilood the bcitlru iliclne Uuowu Is
Scovill's Blood Purifier.
lit Is the ureal Southern time tried and true rem,-
u), buu may oeiuipiieiuy rvliea ou.
WHEN EVKKYT1IINU ELSE FAILS.
Take It In tho Porlnz time, esneclallv forlm-
l;iur secretion! of the blood incident to that
-eu-onoi the year; ami take it
IF or Cancer Pcrofula, Liver Complaints. Weak-
less, uons. -juniors, swelling, ana mo tuou-
-unu in tl;ut toiuo iiom Impure blood.
IfOlI F. HENRY, CTRRAN & CO.
8 COLLEGE PLACE, NEW YORK.
i) BAKCLAY BROS., Wholeale Azent.
Liver k Stomacli Pads,
THE GREAT SI'SCIFIC!
THE BEST REMEDY
IN THE WORLD!
ILis proved itself by a Three Years Csnr,'a;pa of
Liver, Stomach ami Rowels,
Producing a larger r.ortinn of wonderful and
Than a:,y otLcr r.err.e.'.y before tho public.
PREVENTATIVE Or ALL EPIDEMICS..
Y'e'low fever, Bl'.iiou aud Typhoid Fevers.
ALL StAf.ARIAL AND MIASMATIC PCISOSS
Nmitraiue,'.. Eliminated uliti expelled tlirotij!ri
the na'Krul excretions by
Health Rostopiiis Liver 4 Stomach Pails
An antidote that has proven its repellatt force
to expel Atmospheric Gorms of Disease
tiiut infest the air.
An Antidote and preventative and euro for Chil
dren, fiunimer Complaints.Cholera Infantum, scar
let Fever". Sleale. Whooping Couph. etc.
A Drcvcutative that is ha-hlv apiirecifttea 6y quite
a number of mothers who have tried them.
1,.1 ... ..a.. '.... nrvi'ivr i v T.
ruriiew I an.- ate iiia.ie' uvui -.i..-vt..i."
lCAL EXTRACTS, possessing the best absorbent
properties knowu to science, having a direct appli
cation to the removal of .Morbid Organic conditions
abit restoring to health, natural energy and norma!
activity the vital functions which are weakened and
debilitated by tlieae. thu proving theniseivos to
possess a POWERFUL REMEDY lor all diseases
of tiie Liver. Stomach and Bowels, as thousands
can testify from practical experience.
.. as tne price oi tiie ran :.a oeen reuueeu.
ll makes it the cheapest and moi-t convenient midi-
calion you can iii-e for any of the above disease. .
ONLY ONE DOLLAR!
ONLY ONE DOLLAR I
If after a fair trial yon are dissatisfied, scud back
your Pad to the proprietor, aud the
MONEY WILL CE REFUNDED.
t?""For all advice (hike) send ,vm ntoms and e n
qulries, ilso for biugie Pads) to
Pit. u. . rUKHES,
174 W. 4th St.. Cincinnati.
Will be sold by all druggists.
BART cr IIICKCOX.
fti W. Fourth St.. CINCINNATI.
J3""See certificates lnlurge circulars at drugetov
For Sale hy GEO. E. O'HARA, Lii-
U'ist, Cairo. Ills.
A SIONTI1 guaranteed Sli
day at home made by I' imlus
irl'ons. Capital not required;
we will start von. MeJ. women,
bovs aud girl's myke .iioli.y fas
ter at work fur tin liiall Ht IIUV-
thing else. Tho work is light and (iteusant. and
sucli as anyone can go right at. hose who are
wise w ho tee notice w ill seiul.us tb'lr aildresses at
ouce and see for themselves' ( os'ly Ontfit and
terms free. Now Is the time. Those already at
work are laylugup large sums jf money. Address
Ull K .V CO.. Augusta, Sluiuo.
WIIOLFALE WINES AND LIQUORS
JJ SMYTH & CO.,
Whasale and Retail Dealer in
Foreign and Domefstie Liquors
Wines oi all Kinds,
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. SMYTH CO. have constantly largo
stock of the best goods lu thu market aid give
especial utteutlou to the wholesale branch jf the
Corner Washlnstou Avenup and Eight Stroo.
CAIRO, : : : . ILLINCJS
1 iA:?i$Xl ot ,h0 b"1
Bay a Boston physician, "ha, no equal a a blood
pnrlfler. Uearlnir of it many wouderfnl cures af
ter all other remedies had failed. 1 visited the lab
ratory, anu convinced myself of Its (fenulno merit.
It l pr'nare from barks, roots and herbs, each of
which I highly effective, and they are compounded
In ucti a manner as to produce astonishing ruiulta.
Is the gre at blood purlOcr.
Will cure tha worst case of Scrofula.
Is recommended by physician, ami apothecaries.
He, effected some marvelous cures In case of
canter. . v
Cure? the worst esses of Canker.
Sleets with wonderful success, lu Mercurial disease
Will eradlcuU? Salt RLtam from the system.!;
Removes Piniples and Humor, from the f".ce.
C;it j Constipation and regulates the bowels.
U a valuable remedy for Headache.
Will cure Dyspepsia.
Restores the entire system to a lalthv condition.
Removes the cine of Dizziness.
Relieve Falntr.cs, at the stomach.
Cum Pair., in the Back.
Effectually cures Kidney Complaint.
IscrTective in its cure of Ft male Weaknesses.
Istlie great rexieuy for General Debility.
V is mt best
SPRING MEDICINE. ,
II. R. STEVENS, EOSTOJ MASS.
Yoffrtiue is Sold I!y all Dj'iiffffists,
r.lYSK IANS. CLERGYMEN AND TIIE
THE GREATEST JIEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF TIIE AGE.
Du Ti rr has succeed
d in combining In these
dli the heretofore an-
agonistic qualities of a
jiind u Pitrll'ylngToiilc.
ineir nrst nniiarent ci-
'eet Is to Increase the an-
iietlte by causing the
.food to properly asslml.
rl 1. I, .1 ll,.,.,'.!.!,,! Id
iiotirisbeii, nud by their
toulo action ou the dlges
live organs, regular aud
healthy evacuation uro
The rapidity wllh
which the person take
CURE FEVER and Aru.
in tlesh while under tho
influence of these pills,
indicate their adapta
bility to nourish the bod-
CURE BILIOUS Ct LIC
. henct their eftlcacy lu
urine nervous debility.
wasting of the muscles
Cure KIUNRYCotn plain
sluggishness of the liver,
nronic constipation, anil
CURE TORPID LIVEli
Imnartltig health and
kieugth to tho system.
EV YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest ' Variety Slock
IN TIIK CITY
GOODS BOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nlnotoonth stroot and l
Commercial Ave., , f
o. o. patieii & oo.
h i - -m am i m i mm
f 'II II I IV 11
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Liverpool, September 19, 2 r. sr. Wheat
-strong Winter, Os 8d9slOJ; Spring,
83 10J9s4tl; California average, 9s0
tfsOJ; California club, Os 9el10s Oil.
Cora 53 Id
NEW YOItK GRAIN.
New York, September 19, 12:00 r. M.-
v neat firm No. 2 Cliicaso. 1 14:
No. 2, Milwaukee ! 15: Rml
Winter, $1 10t 21; No. 2 Red Winter,
1 201 21 ; No. 2 Amber, $1 20
Corn quiet nnd firm No. 2, S04.
CDIC4C0 GRAIN AND ntODUCE.
CniCAoo, September, 19, 10 a. sr.
Corn October, 30; November, S7.
Pork October, $9 t2.
Wlieat November, $1 00; October, lS?.
Oats November, 2(1(2215.; October,
Cuicaoo, September, 18, 12 sr.
Wlieat November, $1 00; October,
Pork-'October, $3 7"i. November, S 20
Corn November, SO J : October, S0).
Oats November; 83; October, 24, ?J.
FIFTEEN NEW CASES AND FIVE
DEATHS AT MEMPHIS
MF.sipnis, Tenn., Sept. 18. Thirteen
cases from all sources ami five deaths are
the epiuemic figures for the past twenty-
Undertakers report five interments, nil
of which are w hite persons.
Miss Louisa BecUonl, the new case at
Bailey's station, twenty miles out on the
Memphis niul Charleston railway, is ngeil
l years, daughter of II L. Bedford
About six weeks ago two members of
Julian Bedford's family died of fever at
that place. Since that time there has been
no intercourse between the two families,
who lived about a mile npart. Miss Bed
ford has been nowhere to become iufected
sotluvt now cxperu nro discussing her case
as a probable ctse of spontaneous combus
tion, or in yellow lever vernacular, a genu
ine sporadic attack. ' ' '
It liaving been drcided as positive that
tne sickness at couconna, Miss., noout a
hundred miles below ou the river, is yellow
fever, Dr. M. .S. Croft has been sent there
by the national board of health with in
structions to draw on the Memphis How
ards for nurses and supplies if needed.
The rumors of yellow fever at Hopefleld,
the Arkansas river post opposite Memphis,
arc, contradicted with tho assertion by an
old resident that the place was never
healthier than now. An outbreak of fever
at Ilopcfield now would be disastrous to
the efforts being miulo to open up the com
merce of Arkansas to the world thrtui'di
The camps arc now free from fever cy
sickness of any character, the only trouble
now being the anxiety of the people to re
turn to their homes in the city.
Our people are bent on doing all in their
power, or all that is known to the most ex
pert sanitarians, to prevent a recurrence of
yellow fever here. In this spirit hauling
infected bcd-clotiiCS frm. houses whore
people have died through the leading
streets to the cemetery over at the foot of
Real street is complained of. The work is
done by authority of the national and state
boards of health and the. people arc edu
cated to the belief that it is dangerous, and
wfjider whether such high authorities do
not know better than to ppread tho poison
in any such manner. Memphians are will
ing, if they are only able, to bo subjocteg to
all manner of disinfecting, etc., that will
insure protection in future.
Thousands of persons have their eyes
turned towards Wall Slreet. That is where
thousands of dallani are made, daily from
investments ranging from f 30 to '.'50.
The reliable brokers, Alex. Frothingham A
Co., 12 Wall Street, few York, send their
Financial Report free, which explains fully.
Tub name of Miss Annie Hill waa on thu
programme of last evening's concert for tho
bonetlt of the yellow fever sufferers, but
having contracted a severe cold, her friends
fearctf sho would bo unnblo to fulllll her
engagement. However, slio appeared and
sang Emani Iuvolaml in tones so clear, and
with such artistic cxocutlifli, that shu re
ceived a hearty cucor. I was enabled to
do this, sho said, hytlsingCousseus' Honey
of Tar, tho best compound lu tho world
for clearing tho voice, relieving hoarseness,
curing coughs and colds. Pries 60 cents.
Barclay Bros., agents.
Ir you liavo corns aud bunions, use
Coussens' Lighting Liniment, nud you can
tip tiro light fantastic with case and grace.
It will also euro rheumatism, Iruno back,
sprains, bruises, etc. On aulmals, torgalls,
spavin, ringbone, etc., It effects speedy
and permanent cure. Remember Cous
sens' Llghtniiur Linlmeut. Prleo 50 cents.
Barclay Itros., sgents. i ,
CoHSTtPATioJt li the worst (oo of Health.
Kldncy-Wort otarotuos It on tatlonsl
priuclplcv Try It. , ,
A MODERERN MONTE CTIRISTO.
TRANSACTIONS INVOLVINO MILLION COM
PLETED IN TEN MINUTES.
' '"What's the news, Governor?' asked a
representative of the Tribune, of Liout.-Oov.
Tabor yesterday afternoon, after tho stylo
of the item-monger.'
. "Oh, nothing! believe." ..
"Why, I have just been told that you
have recently been engaged in some very
important mining negotiations; how
"Well if you care to know about such
things, I can give you an item or two.'
"Care to know about such things?"
"You may say that I have sold my in
terest In tho Little Pittsburg Consolidated
Mining Company's property atLeadvillc;
that Thavo purchased"
"But hold 1 One thing at a time. When?
To w horn? How luucut"
"OU, to-day, to Chaffee and Moffat, for
$300,000", that is, I sold tho remainder of
my stock tor that sum."
"I also purchased 830 of the 2,000 shares
of the stock of the First National Bank."
"Oh, you did?" .. .
"Yes: and bought the Matchless Mine at
Lcadville, paying $117,000 for it."
"Anything more, pray: '
"I believe that is all."
"I should suppose that enough. Guess
you were pretty busy?"
"Oh, it took some telegraphiug und abcut
ten minutes' time."
"Well, can't you furuiah some more par
"I guess you've cot it about all. Thoso
are the facts, you can fix them up to suit
"Do you mean to say that you have gone
entirely out of tho Pittsburg company and
have no turtner interest in tne mine?
"That's what I say. Oh, tho negotiations
were begun four mouths ago. I volunteered
to sellout for a certain sum, giving Moffat"
and Chaffee the refusal. They paid nio
some money then, and made a fiual pay
"You could't say how much stock the
f 300,000 represents?"
"No. I don't waut to do that."
"Will any change be made iu the man
agement of the 'First National' ?'
"I think not now, I jcan't give it much
more attention than I have been doing."
"As to this mine you have bough the
"The Matchless. It is situated between
the Robert E. Lee and the Duncan Mines.
It is In the pay dirt, and both of thoso
mines aro immensely rich. It was owned
by Foley, Morse & Co."
"It will be energetically operated, I sup
pose!" "Oh, yes; we'll push cn with it aud sec
what there is iu Matchless, und make it de
serve its name if the stuff is there."
"You have not disposed of your interest
in the property owned by Borden, Taber &
VQh, no. and don't expect to."
This is tho meagre skeleton furnished
tho Tribune reporter, but it will be seen
that all the essential particulars of three
important transactions aro given. The pur
chase of tho Matchless Minj) will lie a
great boost for the other mines iu the local
ity, if it bo possible to advance them in
As will bo seen, Mr. Tabor now owns al
most half of the stock of tho First National
bank of this city. Ho is, with perhaps tho
exception of Mr. Moffat, the largest stock
owner in Unit splendid financial institu
tion. Tho sale by Mr. Tabor of his last stock in
the Little Pittsburg company really marks
au epoch in tho history of 'Lcadville. It
severs Mr. Tabor's connection with tho
cluster Of minus which first attracted at
tention to Lcadville, tho history of which
mines fs tho history of Loadville. Mr.
Tabor was one of tho original owners of tho
Little Pittsburg mine, which gives name to
the company owning tho Pittsburg, the now
discovery, the Wiunemuc, and the Highland
Chief. The story of how ho furnished Au
gust Riseho and Gcorgo Hook, the actual
discoverers, with a "grub stake" amounting
to f'!00, taking his chances with them for
a third interest in whatever they might
find, has goncy all over tho reading world,
and made the name of our millionaire
Lieut-Governor familiar iu all climes.
Gcorgo Hook sold out for 100,000 to
Tabor and Riseho, and soon afterwards
Senator Challeo bought in, and he aud
Tabor bought lllsche's interest for $230,
000. Thcu the Covuimny was formed and
tho mine stocked. M Tabor, however,
retained a prominent conneuijm witli tho
management of tho affairs of tho Compnny
until yesterday. It would bo interesting
to know how much of his $0,000,000 of
wealth ft has put into his pocket.
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