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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEALFRIDAY, 'MAY 28, 18S6.
A OLD MAX'S STORY.
A CIGlSriC XEW TO' K t BOB
BEKY RECALLED.
A Brother or William Collen Brj
ant Djlof la Want and
Destitution.
Ntw Yobc, May 27 An old, white
haired man, blind and bent with ace
and hardly able to walk, w.is found
wunderin aimlessly in Charles street
when the etorin was heaviest Monday
afternoon. He had no overcoat and
a bttered old h-.t was set awrf on
his snowy locks, lie. was so helpless
that a policeman who saw him was
touched witT pity, and led him into
the Charles street Bt tion-honse. The
senreant grew interested in h m, t o.
and called an ambulance, which took
the old man to St Vincent's 11 spi'al
II told the policeman that he was
eighty five years oH, and that he had
once been rich II said his name
was Luther C. Hryant. At the h s
pitil House Hurgeon Davit was called
to see the patient He started in as
tonishment when the ijueer old man,
in a st mmering voice said, in a ram
bling wac, that he was "llryant, the
old "coin collector " The old mans
words tiad recalled to the doctor'.
mind the curious old coin collector
and the sinntic robbery of which he
had been the v ctim twelve years ago
At that time Bryant, then in his seventy-fourth
yetr. kept a little
stand opposite the old postoflice
Ituiluing, at which he sold old
coins snd stamps. He had kept the
stand for years. Everybody thought
he wai a poor man, eking out a very
modest living. He lived alone in two
little rooms on the thi d floor of a
cheap old tenement ou Forsyth street
A detective suddenly poun'ted down
on him oil night in October, in li74,
in his rooms, and carried him oil to
prison on a warrant charging him with
selling st len stamps. He wits loo ed
up in the Tombs on this cha ge. In
the middle of the night three burglars
hurst open the door of the old man's
rooms and carried olF the greater part
of their contents 'I he burglary was
the sensation of ths day. It was
shown that the old man's imprison
ment was only a part in an amazing
plot in which a detective took part, to
rob the coin collector Two noted
crooks, "Iiat" Kei ly and ' Bobby, the
Welchmun," the hitter an employe of
the Departmoi t of Charities and Cor
rections, ha1 somehow discovere 1 that
the old man had a fortune of void and
greenbacks and t easures of contly
brie a-brac stored awy in his room.
The detective hnd tramped up the
charge of selling stolen prop
er y to get the old man
out of the way while the bu glars got
the plunder They stole over $70,000
in 120 gold pieces stored away in a
seer t drawer in a bureau In another
place was a pile of nearly J50.OJ0 in
greenbacks. Ttje gold was packed in
silk and brown paper. The foolisu
old man had feared to put the savings
of a life-time in a ban or trust com
pany, and had hidden it away in his
miserable hotel, believ ng that no one
would discover his secret. He fell in
a fit in his cell in the Tombs when the
news of the robbery was brought to
him, and struck hi head. The blow
brought on rara'ysis of the optic
nerves that made him tbtallv blind,
lie was honorably discharged the day
after the burglary, and liat Keidy an'd
Bobby the V olehman were sent to
Sing Sing for twwuty years The old
man never r c vVel any of the t tolen
money except a few of the gold pieces
He had marKed every oi e with a pe
culiar punco, and gold pieces thus
punched we e returned to him from
out of town banks a. odd times. The
banks got them in th natural course
of business from innocent holders.
The old man is now destiiuta and dy
ing. He claims to be a brother of the
late William Cul'en Bryan'.
FROM THE PEOPLE.
Who la Col. J. I. FowcIT
To tha Editon of the Appeal :
White's Station, Tknn., May 2.Y
Will you sindiy adviee jourreadersin
this section of the county who Col. J.
D. Powel, candidate for the Legisla
ture from Collier v. lie District, is 7 No
such peisjn ii known here, and we
would be gled if yon cm enlighen us,
j we are anxious t) know.
A VOTER.
Throe Hood Mrn for Judicial Office.
To the Editors of the Appeal:
I bave been a close reader of yoor
excellent paper for a number of yars.
1 tm neither pol.tioao nor ofticc
seeker, bnt a plain, unprtt ndirtg citi
zen ot Shelby couuty. I read with
sitae interest the tnrouncementa of
candidatts for the various ollicfs. I
alssieaJ the cjm.uuuicutious (rim
the peopla w th rcta d to Candidates.
Tin convention will have good mate
rial t select from in nominating
judgac. In Sunday's Appeal a
or reap on dent mentions the name of
Judge nefd. Tbat name ii a tower
of ttrength. John L. T. Sneed is
widely known and well known as a
pure man of grei-tand prof jtind learn
ing. He will g ace aay position t
which he may bo eloud. The name
of another wail known man of the fin
est ab HtUs and highest atteinmrn's
bat come under my eye. I al
lude to the Hon. H. T. Ellelt. He
has been on the 8npreme Bench
in Missieeipp', and wai tbe peer of
any man in tbe Stale. Ilia name is
honored to dav in that Stite as it is in
our midft We will honor ourselves
by electing such a man Chancellor.
Among the excellent and worthy men
I see the name ol John Johnston as a
candidate for Jndge of the Circuit
Court. No better man rould be se
lected. L ke t'need and Eilott, be is a
man of exalted personal chata tar a
Christian gentleman. Although a
man of ana' midtgey, he iseminentiy
fitted for tbe office of Jndge by fiae
natnr-1 abilities and legal and literary
attainments. I shall deem it a privi
lege t) vote far John Johnston a
Judge of the C reuit Court.
citizen:
Ibe Memptal Postoflice.
To the Editori of the Appeal :
It 83ems that tbe services of Mr.
Benton, a cUrk in tbe Memphis Post
office, are among the claims hit friends
urge for Irs 'cfention. Can no Dene
crtt be fiiund in Memphis ab'e ti dis
charge tbe d :t ps falling upon Mr.
Beatsn? Thn he ought revertobe
discbargsd. He bai Otxupied his pa
ction "for a long time." Is tbat an
argument fjr his retention? Then
the longer he itayt the ttroDger h's
claims for etiying. According to tbat
doctrine Mr. 8m. tn tbonld never have
been d scba'ged, at Memphis never
had a better postmaster, and Mr.
Fowlkes should never bave tiken
Smith's place. If Mr. Cleveland did
right in Riving the postoflice to
Fowlkes, it wis not because Fowikes
is bet'er qualified than Smith, but it
was because Smith is a R jpublirau
and Fow!kes a Democrat. By the
tame good rnle Mr. Benton should
give place to a Democrat, ii
it it poss ble t find ia Mem
phis a Democrat ou 1 fied to
act I bet'eve ia W. L. Mr
ry't pithy trmb, "To tre vic'ort be
long the axis " Itough' t) govern
all Doli'ical morem-Dii. Mr. Cleve
land was not elected t mply that tbero
m'gat b cnDffs ia the Presidency
and a few in pot taut cfficra. Mr.
Bentin is no Dem crat a d will never
vote for one. Nei ber wi 1 any clerk
or leit-r carrier ii tt e Memphis office
if he ia a Kepnbi ctn lr .m conviction.
At tha next 1'ieiideoiial eleciim,
every Republ can in the Memphis
postfffice will vo'o for a d qatet y
lectijner for the Republican cin h
date. to will evry Je tercaT'er. A'l
taete pit;o js pay tomeihiog. I. it
not right to" lo. Dtmocrts
bave a chn-e to retp sime
hem fit for their tervices in ell ct ng a
Democratic i dministraion. Is it
rghttokp in g:ol fat places Re
publicans wbo did all ttiey rould to
prevent tbe sncoess cf the. Democratic
party T and who will do all they can
tos'cutea Mm of the Reptnlirai
ptrtr tiper? If this it tne o'jrct
we hid in view in eletiag C.eve
laud, than Mr. Fowlkes sLoulJ
"step diwu and out." It i-mt iiht
for hm to accept a fit otfije merely
because ha is a Demociat. ard vi t
keeo around h:m a sn.a'1 a my of Re
publicans merely because itiey have
been in effl-e "a long time, wh.la
there a' hundreds of Democra's as
aoitby of tiu-t s hit R publican aid.
To tbese worthy Democra t tbe saU-li-a,
thrush smll, may be as import
ant at Mr. Fo Ikes' aaitry is to hire,
and to tefuse ti let them have tha
pieces no filled by R pnhl cms is
simple to dedars that no D'tnocntx
are qualified for thrt) po-U. Tun oat
the K"publicn V friend Fowl! ei. Tney
have baen surkin the public tea' h ng
enou.h. Turn tt cm all on'. Make a
cl an eweep. To do to will be no more
a partisan etep than to turn Smith out
and put vou in. ra mulsh
P.S Do not Domicrtti pay nine
tenths of the rev .mm a to tbe Memrhis
Pos'ofliofc? Ask msi chant', binkers
aud butin's men a.
THE FlSHEIUbS DISPUTE.
A S'unlUrBol Hint From I'ana
dlnn Newtpitper.
Tobonto, May 27. The 3fail refer
to the difliculty over ihe seizure of the
schooner David J. Adams, says: "If,
as tae London Timet asserts, the Eng
lish people have no interest in seeing
that their Canadian fellow subject
are not rohhe be it so A thorough
understanding of that fa t, if it be a
fa t, might perhaps set tome of us
thinking very seriously about the
drawbacks of a colonial existence, but
it would not frighten us into surren
dering our property to the Americans.
One p ain duty to ourselves, if the
Americans will ayrce to no reasonable
settlement, ir) to continue to protect
our fish as best we can.
Increaafd Kxcltrmant and Ill-Feel-Ins
at llnillax
Boston, Mass., May 27. A Halifax
special to the Adtvrtiter says: The
opinions of Portland fishing vessel
owners, republished here, have creat
ed considerable excitement, and in
creased the ill-feeling now.bcgi lining
to ma' ifest itso f. A hading man,
who thoroughly understands this
question, said that neither Enaland
nor Canada wa anxious t enforce
this "barbarous" treaty of 1818, but
the Americans would not agree to ap
point a commission to modify it. The
United States Congress, of their own
free will and accord, went back to its
provisions. "What else can England
do," he asked, "but to yigo'ously en
force it, just si they enforce every
other treaty and law?"
The taik of Mr. Dyer of Portland of
making a test case of registe ing a
fishing vessel and tending her to Nova
(Scotia to obtain a ca'go of fresh her
rin and distribute tbem to a Ho't of
American fishermen to be in waiting
outside of the three-mile limit is
characterized as nonsense. That
would, he said, be an set of conspir
acy so far as Canada is concerned, and
would bo severely punisha le under
the laws of the United States. Be
sides that the scheme was tried at
Digby in the case of the Jennie and
Julia, and failed.
"OJi E-ON A-IIME."
Heigh-ho ! What frolic we night lee,
If it onlf happened to yon and uie
To be born in tome far-off clime.
In the co an try of Somewhere, onoe-on-i-time
I
Why, onoe-on-a-tiine there were mountains
of gold,
And caret lull of jewel), and treasurei un
told: There were blrdi jnat waiting to fir before
And (how you the way to the magical door.
And, undir a tree, there waa sure to be
A queer little woman to give you the key;
And a tiny, dancing, good-natured elf,
To say, with hie scepter: "llMp yoursell I"
For millions of dullars grew froos a dime
In the country of Somewhere, once-on-a-time.
If we lived in the country of Somewhere,
you
Could do whatever you chore to do.
Insteid of a boy. with the garden to weed.
Yon might be a knight, with a sword and a
stood ;
Instead of a girl, with a towol to hem,
I might be a princess, with robe and gem.
With a gay little nage, and a harper old.
Who knew all the stories tint ever were
told-
Stories in prose, and stories in rhyme.
That happenod somewh.-re once-on a-time.
la tbe country of Somewhere, no one looks
At maps and blackboards aud grammar
books;
For nil your knowledge just grows and
grows.
Like the s ng In a bird, or the sweet in a
roe.
And if erer I chance, on a fortunate day,
T" that wonderlul region to find my way.
Why then, if the stnncs all are true,
As quick as I ean, I'll oome for you,
And we li row away to its happy shores,
In a silver shallop w'th golden oars.
Kinily Iluntiniitun MMrt in St. iWAoasor
Jttiu.
Blaine, Klklna 'o.'n Lateat
Teal are.
PiTTSBt'BG, Pa , May 27. An inde
pendent oil refinery is about to be
started at Washirgton, Pa., bv the
independent oil producers of the
Washington district. Tbe company
to erect he refinery will lnve a capi
tal of i400,000, and the plan contem
plates a pipe line thrctigli the field, as
well as the erection of a refinery, with
a capacity of 500 barrel' daily. In the
company are James G. Blaine and
Stephen B. Elkin. The Washington
oil, it ii claimed, will yield 6 per
cent of 110 oil, whi.h is much abjve
the average.
Another Hew York Kx-aldertnaa
In Jail.
New Yobk, May 27. Inspector
Byrnes and District Attorney Martine
ut to 1 o'clock to day preserved the
utmost reticence as to the identity of
the mystrious man who was taken to
police headquarters and consigned to
the ''Aldermanic cell" there. The
mvstery was dispelled later, however,
wten ex-Alderman Michael Duffy
came to the General Sessions Court
and gave bail in the sum of $15,000 to
answer another charge of bribery in
connection with the franchise of the
Thirty-fourth street cross-town rail
road. Lonlevllle Cement.
PBKPARI FOB FLOOD.
Foundations, cellar walls and bnild
ngs subject to overflow should be con
structed with Louisville Cement. It ia
the standard.
COL "BOB " LOOSE.
HOLDS A RElEPTIOJi IN JACK
SUN And It Honored With a Srrenade by
the Ptople of Madison Who
Waat lllra fjr UuTeraor.
looaataroKDtKcs or via irriiL.l
Jackson-, Tmh., May 27, 185. It
occurred to me that you would like to
hear from an occas onal correspondent
at this point. You know how hum
drum even the best regular corrv
spond nta become unless posse-sed of
exceptional ability
Of course the main attendance on
the Supreme Court is from the Mem
phi bar. But this attendance never
was so dismally Bcant as at this term.
The c urt, if such had been its pur
pose, could not have put its pi.ket
line where their work would have
been more completely reduced to the
minimum. Bv their rule, to hear no
cases filed after January 1, 18-5, the
law docket to be tried this term is
brought down to abo ,t twenty ta-er,
not an average of one to the member
of the Memphis bar, who are regular
practitioners in the Supreme Court
Even some of these have been com
promises, the parties having wearied
in waiting.
The remainder of this small calen
dar presents scarce y any causes of
gravity causes that require u.nch
time tither in dis ussion by the bar
or in consideration by the court
Jud.e Tom Brown urged upon the
court a modification of the rule.
Though the feme of his appeal was
admitted, there was no modification
This court is not to be hastened.
The Memphis lawyers are not in
good spirits, you may be sure, over
this comli ion of athtirs
N i intimatioi as yet is made as to
the Shelby t hnncer'y docket.
This v'llage liu, with the best
water, was, however, enlivened by
the advent of Col. Bob l.ooney, with
bis charming daughter Miss iaimi.
Col. Bob comes in pursuit of is can
vass for thoUu' ernatorial nomination
by the stalwart Democracy Ho has a
most efficient aid in " his grace
ful and e'tertaining daughter.
His recept on was all that
he could have wished. So far as Mad
ison county s concerned he has the
track to himscll. He was honored with
a serenade at the Merchants' 11 te',
where he Isstopping. A great mixer
is that ame Bob loney-that is with
tie people. He does not mix wortti
a cent at the bar where the jui e of
cor not only "cheers but sometimes
inebriates He is mor immaculate
in this than St. John. He gains, how
ever, by his hearty manner and hap
py conversation. His visit here was a
great success. It is the wish of our
1eople that he go into the convention
mcatdby Wst Tennessee.
VIATOR
Stolen.
The appropriation of the pro
perty of another cither by force
or cunning is a crime subject to
.severe penalties. Imprisonment
follows conviction of theft of
goods. Counterfeits are punished
by long terms of confinement.
l?ut the protection granted to
those who have devoted time
and talent, skill and knowledge
to 'the development of some val
uable invention or discovery is
entirely inadequate. Trade-marks
are supposed to protect, but in
many States their infringement
can only be prosecuted for dama
ges. How inadequate and un
just this is, is seen from the num
ber of irresponsible parties en
gaged in trading upon the repu
tation oflSroun's Iron Hitters.
This is a blood purifying med
icine delicately compounded with
Iron. Is the only preparation
of the kind made. It has been
successfully introduced. It has
proved an invaluable remedy in
all diseases arising from impuri
ties of the Wood and disorders
of the Stomach, Liver and Kid
neys. The sick and afflicted
know its value. The sale has
become wonderful in amount.
Small minds, mean men without
ability to originate or means t
promote a public benefit, have
imitated the bottles and wrap-;
pers as well as the name of
Urown's Iron JJitters. The med
icine the)' cannot imitate:"" lint
in face of these facts and the gross
injustice they are doing to the
proprietors of Brown's Iron Hit
ters, they push their goods upon
the public notice as substitutes,
trifling with suffering and dis
ease, injuring health and perhaps
destroying iife. What is the
penalty for the acts of these men ?
They may be prosecuted. Yes !
Most of them have no means to
satisfy any damages assessed, and
it is almost impossible to protect
the community from them. The
only adequate remedy which the
law can furnish for the protection
from such thefts of reputation
and good name is imprisonment.
Heware of these pirates and their
wares. Avoid all men who have
something to offer you which
they say is "just as good "when
you want Hrown's Iron Hitters.
Investigate and yon will find
their advice is prejudiced, they
can make more profit on the sub
stitute. Avoid such advice. Re
ject it. If you suffer from I lead
ache or Constipation, Dyspepsia
or Indigestion, Biliousness or any
other diseases arising from weak,
vitiated, impure blood, buy a bot
tle of genuine Brown's Iron Hit
ters and you will be cured. To
be sure you are right, see that
the trade-mark and crossed red
lines ar on the wrapper. Sold
everywhere. The price is one
dollar a bottle. Made only by
the Brown Chemical Co., Haiti
more, Md.
KKOWN'N IKON IUTTKKN WAN
used bj Mrs. Kt giepbenmin, 2i Pey
ton avenne, Memphis, Tenn., in one. of th
mot stubborn cases of chills she evnr knew
sn'l It cured. See (t it to her children
with good results in bowc' disorder (oddys-iSiSi.4
twaoc w eun
rot thk iv coat of
NEURALGIA, RHEUMATISM
TONO A Is a pnxlu, t of the Tonga or Frt-oiiry A watliwd fiw t,int n, that rmiuunl
tt'ndof Ton, win, -rrT;" u
.,lv, prVrtlC have rD ihM.as.hljr Ul U .Vo.TUSS xllTJimv. O.
toACftVYVS. ? '"k''n tal, rf,"'' "1" 1.-1 TiWttin In Knr.l.. d .
WwyAV(r duo no uiinli't'wnl f tUvt. I mmun HiwMuuat u.m uh th wr, ii ZmdtC
It contains no Opium or Morphine1 J n m H.n .v,wjiil,
FOR BAI.B KV ALL DRUIXIIKTS. PRICK OXF POl.HH PER HOTTLR
A. A. MELLIER, Sol. Pravcwior. 70H lit WAKMIM.TitW AVKM'K NT Ii.Iim
SUGG-S :
WHOLESALE
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS
And Commission merchants,
2fSO and 2G2 Front Nt.. 9f miliW. TW .
THE LIVERKORE FOUNDRY
FOUNDRY & MACHINE DEFT,
Iron and
r,
Br A ft
Cum I
En
Saw-Mllla
iorr
IKON & RAILWAY SUPPLY DEP'T, 22( Hiid 828 Second St.
tSuivwssnrs In this Irnrtnient to JOHN VANUUUK.)
-Wrlt OS fnr informntinn on ANY 'IIIINU In lthr Hnx.
(NVCVENNOKH TO BEACH AM A MORTON)
Old Stand, No. 0 Union St., Memphis.
Folmer.fbornton & Co
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers,
"Wo. 300 Front Nirt. ? ltl-nnlil. Tumi.
IBM
V.V fL7 s,r-i
UK
W. A. GAGE & CO.
Cotton Factors,
No. 800 Front Street, : W empliU. Tent
MOTES !
rfivu'in n,.i niooM
TKAlSHY fOWOS ol all ilencrlptlonn. Nend lor Clrenlai
, aim 1'rioen i hiu.
1ST. "Vtf JS IP ES:ES 3EtfSf T r.
' . . fSM
75 Vance Street,
WOODS Ss
CarrluKeH, IIiiKKiem Wuroiis, JlameMH, Nad4le Agricult ural
Implements and MttcliliirJ'.
Decring Reapers, Mowers& all Steel Binders,
CHIEFTAIN
Xo 333 Second Street
P. . AL8TOJJ,
C. W.
ALSTON, CROWELL & CO.
li Cmml88io Merchants. Hay, Cora OaU,B, Chop feed, OH-Meal,
Ll, Cement, Planter, Building and Fire Brick, Et.
Cor. Front and Union, 1 Howard's Row. Memphis.
Jobs .IIIWM.
Wholesale Grocer, Cotton JFactor"
And Commission KerchanU,
232 and 234 Front St., Memphis, Tenn
BETWBKS ADA1M A.MB JErTEBMS.
Mr. I. N. RAIN EY d.Totes his whol. tlm. to th. weUthltn and sal. ofall CotUn ntrosUd
tnourohara. Cotton Warehons.. Hft Wa.hmton stre.1.
UV BSCItlBE FOR
MEMPHIS WEEKLY APPEAL-
and NERVOUS HEADACHE
FETTIT
AND MACHINE COMPANY
lUOto 174 Adams St., Memphlr
Btr Irvsi,
HollrlrMi
llooit, MasMl
.
rA, .... -
... ' - j
Nhrol Iron,
V Nnt.
frawiuii,iJ..
SaII4S,
Rnllwny
IIS Co.
f
m v
Chickasaw Ironworks
J0U.N E. RANKLE & CO., I'ltOFU'S,
08 Second St. Memphis, Ten
FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS,
MANUFACTUJtKRS AND DEALERS IR
HKliiei, IlotlerH, NhwuiIIIk,
It rail lord Corn mul U lie tit Mills,
("otton Prt'HM, Colt on OiaN.
Nhaflliifc, I'nllcys
NPM'IAI. WOT'I'K H'esreprirnrrd to Oil orders.
on t notice, for th rele. rated Hlrlnrl Fatenl
Wranilii .. I'uilx;. We curt in stock orer
Two Hundred Assorted f . s,
asrNfind for rntnlnrne unH Prl-!l.t.
0. W. TOMLIN. ' WM, DENJBS.
NEW CARRIAGE FIRM.
Tomlin & Benjes,
179 Main St., Memphis.
Offer iieole.I Inducements In Open BusflM
of our own mnke, at i Top lluiei ol
our own make, at ti'M. All work war
ranted. Call before you buy.
r Having- disposed of our entire stock ol
Vehicles and the Manufaoturin Depart
ment to Messrs. TOMLIN A UKNJhS, w.
bespeak for them a continuance or the
paironaite so long eitended to ui.
V'OODRII FH-OM VER
CARRTA'lK A HaWOWAHB twiMPAWY.
rnr MOTEN. GIN FALLS mm A
inempnig. lenn.
SWOOPB,
HAY RAKES,
Mcinphlw. Tenn.
tROWELL,
H. H. KAVBI.
ran. Dlarfc.
H. J. Cists
R.LC0CHRAN&C6
AW AID f tXIS.aiIX, BiYT'TAID,
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Molding, Lumber.
Lath and Nhlnglea, Fl(H.nn2, Oiling and Ceilar Toflts.
IfKMrillH. . - TEJtN TIHH EE.
IMPROV'D CULTIVATORS
R. G. CRAIG & CO., 39 Union st.,Hemphls
E." WITZMASTMs Co
Wbolenale Ialera and Iabllahert
Bol.Ac.nU lollowlm First-Class Instrnm.nUi
toinwav SSLncLlDO
riANON ,v.VEl?iir: p"" 0"
iiltans A HTH MAaoif nam in. i.m uh Mimti, chi
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