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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 11, 1888.
HOT FOR THE CONVERSES
DEPOSITIONS INTRODUCED B
T1IE rKOSECt'TIOX FROM
Ministers and Others Testifying to
.Their General Bad Cbaraeter
lirlOIAL TO THI irMit l
Locisviu.x, Kt., September 10.
Tbis lias bwn a hot day in the, Con
verse tml. The prosecution prodnceil
depositions irom the Kev. Dr. Wm.
Brown, of Richmond, Va.j tha- Rev.
I. A. W. Oiisby, of Macon, Ga.; the
Rev. I. S. McElroy, cf Mount fc'terlinp;,
Ky.; the Rev. A. M. Frr-zr, of L'x
ington, Ky. ; the Kov. Dr. J. B. Adru,
of Pendleton, 8. C; the Rev. 0. A.
fcttllmnn, of TuRcaloosa, A'a , and V.
R. l.ymar, president cf th Orescent
Insurance Company of New Orleauf.
All these witnesses declared em
phiticallv thst the general repatation
of the Chrittian Observer for veracity
was either dec'.dediy had or badly
Mr. Lyman said that Lo based his
testimony upon statements made by
Dis. P. M. ru'mer, T. R. Markbam,
Jcsph Budweli, Moses Greenwood,
J. Wm. Flinn and mtny other'.
As the court decided yesterday thst
personal names might be called and
might be Riven, Dr. David recalled
Col. Bennett Young i the stand and
asked him for the names of those upon
whom he relied as impeaching the
veracity of the Christian Obtervrr.
Instantly there was a general flutter.
It seemed to be understood that Col.
Young had simothing li tell. This
excitemont was increased when Dr.
David openly offered to prove by Col.
Young tnat Mr. .Bulled himself, the
counsel for the defense, had expressed
reflections upon the reputation for
truth of the Conveises.
Pending the exciting discus. ion,
the Presbytery adjourned.
The Tellmny In Jlrtnll.
epcui To Tin irriAL.t
LorrsviM k, K v. ,8?ptem ber 10. Th e
Louisville Presbytery met promptly at
9 o'clock this morning to continue the
Converse trial, and after the usual
routine the prosecution continued its
testimony by introducing the affidavit
of the Rev. John li. Adger, of
South Carolina. Dr. Adger'a testi
mony was t the ifluct that he
was acquainted with the repatation of
the Christian Observer, It was bad.
The reputation of Mersrt. Converse. &
Converse for truth and veracity was
bad. He testified that Dr. Woodrow.
k(ui nhamplitv It wa. nlioraml l,n.l
l been attacked by the Mesers. Cog
i verse, was not a money loving or grasp
I ing man. and that be had always
I ; known him to be a most honorable
The crcs examination of Dr. Adger
, by the dofeute wfs read. The ques
tions propounded him wers in refer
ence to the source, extent and accura
cy of his knowledge of tha reputation
of the Messrs. Converge and Converge,
and his knowledge of the fteling
toward Dr. Woodrow.
The witness declined to make any
direct answtr to the questions, (imply
Stating that his information was de
rived from persons cf the highest char
acter. The testimony of the Rev. Dr. A.W.
CliBby, of Georgia, was introduced.
lie stated that Wie reputation ol tlio
Christian dinner for truth and veraci
ty was very bad.
lie was questioned as to a
charge by the prosecution that tho
Metsrs. Converse had insinuated that
portion of the fund of the Columbian
Seminary had been unlawfully lost,
and that the committee having charge
nf thft same had miiltv rnmnlicltv In
I tne loss ol tne same, ire had no
knowledge of tho mine, He testified
j that tho Christian Observer had been sent
. him and two years subscription had
been obtained from him under false
pretense. This had occurred over
twenty years ago. The trustees held
the views of Dr. Woodrow on evola
tion as sound and likely to prove true
at some time in future. He believed
that Dr. Woodrow was sound in the
and tenets of the church. The
' witness reiterated his cUtenient that
tiia reputation of the Observer was bad.
The testimony of the Rov. A. M.
Fraaier was read, lie was acquainted
yith the repatation of the Christian
V.iserrer. It did not como up to his
"mndard of honor. It differed among
iilarent clas.wa of people. Some
' 1 night it good and o'.Iioin thought it
, Ills anttaer was tho mine in reply to
I Suction touching the charactr of
defendsn's. He further testified
the Revs. GonvetBS and Con-
could not be truited where they
luterehleil. J. ho witnenstef titled
be rontiderod Dr. Woodrow's
ry on evolution and his doctrino
f-4'he testimony of Mr, W. R Lymnn,
U New Orleans, president of the Cres
cent Insurance Company, was read,
the reputation of tho C'Anafmn Obtervrr
, as known to the witness for truth and
veracity was bad. The witners did
ot concur in the view that the evolu-
fn theory of Dr. Woodrow was sound.
The testimony of the Riv. J. 8. Mo
f roy, of Mouut Sterl ng, was read.
!io witness testified tht the general
; pu'ation of the Chritiiat Obtervrr and
s editors for truth and veracity, was
i A number of other aflldavits from
Veil known people in the church were
ntroduced, aad they all amounted vir
ually to the same thing, that the pa
for did not sail high for truthfulness,
or its editors stand at the head of the
cinsa for veracity.
U FALL IN SILVER.
lha Rnlnralon In Value Ha
A, Alleclftl Trade In India,
The Manchester Guardian, which
as not been alow of late in giving ex
ression to the arguments of silver
.ea, publishes the following: Tho
ew tint tho trade and agriculture ot
:i iia have in no way been benefited
tho fall in the Ea-.torn exchanges
4 rapidly gaining ground. It is
rtainly supposed by the statis
i al evidence collected by the
,,tian Uoverament, which goes
aliow that thre has been no
,a:susl variation in prices in the de-r-.ulency
since the fall in exchange
an. Tbis opinion was also de
, :i Jed in a rscent address to the Bcn
,,1 Chamber of Commerce by its
rcidont, and now we have further
m aad arguments pointing to the
cDncluiion, which sre evidently
ki.,1 by the Indian Government.
L':: are contained in a memorandum
n ; e Calcutta Gazette from the pen of
O'Conor, the Assistant S.'cre
',,y of the Financial Department, who
r devoted especial attention to la
',: i trade statistiis. The exporter,
..lmiti, is able to sell Indian pro
, more cheaply in the European
rktts because of the fall of ex
but as a matter of fact the
i . prii'es cf the prcducs lae not
.-.'.(iioed because prices have fallon in
j;ie as muob as hai the rate of ex-
jfy, v Broadly tjpoakiny this
is perfectly correct. although
iu certsin caes snch, for ex
ample, as that of cotton the
price in Liverpool or London rema'ned
for a time steady, while the exchange
was falling, aud' the result was higher
rupee prices, and nltima'cly the bene
fit of these would reach the cultivator.
Excluding, however, temporary and
exceptional instances such as this, the re
ts an abundance of evidence going to
prove that prices in London havo not
advanced. The rupee is now worth only
Is 4d, and if tnis tremendous fall
bad produced any advantage to the
Indian grower of produce he ought to
have realized in the shape of higher
prices. Whatever increase of exports
has taken place from Iudia in recent
yeara appears to be sufficiently ac
counted for by the extension
of . railways into districts net
previouply scoeihle except by
old and expensive modes of com
munication, and by the reduction of
ocean freights. Mr. O'Oonor goss on
to aigae mat the fall in exchange ha3
actually done harm to the Indian ex
port trade by lose ening the price ob
tained for the produce in Eti'ope, and
he therefore contends that a rise in
exclLango would rather be a benefit
than an injury. The publication of this
noto is doubtless intended to ttrength
en the appeal which the Indian ad
ministration has lately made to the
home government tasfek some meth
od of counteracting tbe growing diver
gence between tho valuea of gold and
silver to which these perturbations iu
the exchange are duo.
To Wreck a Trnln on the M.,
A. Komi. 4
laraniAL T thi irriAL.l
Holly Sphinos, Mil's., September 10.
A dasardly attempt was nid to
day by a negro named Dave Bradley
to wreck a train on the M., B. and A.
road, near Vittiria, by placing acrors
tie on the rail. The engineer discov
ered It when about SOU yards from it
and checked his train in tune to nave a
had wreck, with a poiwtble loss of life.
The negro wb d'ssovered near by, hid
in some bushes, when chass was
given, and he was captured and
brought to Holly fciprings this afternoon,-and
will be put on trial for his
crime. Ho was discharged from the
road a few days ag) and sought this
method for revenue.
THE IX'TTINU CASK
by III Keleitie
Naw YoBK.Sep'omberlO. A Wash
ington special says: The Secretary of
Stute, notwithstanding the release of
Cutting, will, it Is said, insist upon tbe
abrogation of article 1SG of tbe Mexi
can p'jnal code, which confers uion
Moxican courts jurisdiction under cer
tain circumstances dvsr foreigners for
offenses committed outside of Mexican
territory, or at least Mr. Bayard will
Incut upon tho renuncia'ion ry moxi
co of the rliht to subject American
citizens to tbat code on tne giounu
that American courts havo exdusivo
criminal jurisdiction over offenses
committed within the teiritory cf the
United States by American citiMns.
Nnlgwlrk at 1.1 1'uo.
8t.' Louis, Mo., September 10. A
rott-Ditpatch El Paso (Tex ) special
esys: (special l.nvoy Hedgwick ar
rived at Paso del Norte this morning,
and after breakfasting witli Uonsul
Brigham began the investigation of
mo local rocoius in uie uut.iDg case.
Effort to Hvrure llitttcr
larsout. to thi ArriiL.1
CoLCMiifs, Miss., September 10. In
response .to a call ot a committee an
pointed by the Cjtton Exchange and
Board of Trad of Columbu;, there
was a mooting of ciii.-tns at tbe court
house today to take tome steps to se
cure better railroad connections than
we sow have. Several propositions
were ottered and a good deal ot talk in
dulgud in and the meeting adjourned
after appointing a committee to do
some correspondence with reference to
getting some lutbata for the lombig
r.iieniirHKt'iiienl for the rblc.
Bo long na tha fulling; einhori of vitality
aro raimhle v! belns rokinilleJ Into a warm
anil ffnnlal alow. iiuL 10 lun than) ll holta
ir ttio wonk ana einaoiutoil Invaliil. Lat
him not. thorot'ora. liarnond. but ciorlvo an
muraKainant from this, ami from the furthar
fai't that thara i arontorativ moat potent in
ronawina tha dilHpi jutad powuri ol a hrokon
uown lyKtam. Vri.tlmnki to Iti unaiam-
ulad l-nio virtuon. Ilonlotter blouini'h Bit-
ten i daily rovivlna atranuth in tha bodies
and hoprin the Hindi of the feeble and ner-
vou. Apiiotite, rotrenhiiig aloo,, tha boiu i
ailion of Iloah und culor, are ljlonnm at-
tandant upon the reimnitlye troraaaea which
thin pricoleaa inviaoraut apoedily initiatos
and aiirrioa to a aucrrMful conclusion. Hi-
go.'tlon it reatort'd, tha blood lirtiliied, anil
union unco aBordrd to earli life auaiiiininn
ornan by tho Itinera, which ii iuotTonaivo
eviin to tbe friiiiiiine pntiito, vaKOtahlo in
I'oiiu oaitlon and thorouahly lulu, I o It,
and regain vmor.
Rkadinci, Ta., Keplember 10. To
day was the lOitd annivprfiaty of the
Incorporation ol Konduig Into
borough in 1783, aud tho occasion was
eolelirrtted witli a grand banquet on
Flying Hill, near hero, given under
tbe auvuices ol (he Klopportlial Club,
a social orjiuiizttiou wtiich has also
hoea in existence 103 veais and is
probably the oldest rociety club iu
tho country. J lie festivities wore
participated in by about seventy gen
tlemen idontitled with tbe railroad
financial and mercantile interests of
the State. Among the distinguished
guests were ex-Unitod States Sonator
Simon Cnmeron, ex Justice Strong of
the Lnted Sta'es Supreme Court, ex-
tiov. llartrauft, Adjutant General
Latta. Congrefsman H'eat of Lancas
ter, B. J. Jamison of Philadelphia and
the venerable Judge Donaldson of
at. I.onla Warkluitmrn.
Pt. Lot is. Mo.. September 10. The
Knights of Labor and tho members of
the Central Labor Union and other
labor organisations of this city have
combined, under the name of the
United Labor paity, and will bold
c invention of delegates from the va
rious Mstetnblics and unions on Octo
ber 7th, for the purpose of nominating
a lull city, Uoiigrcsslonal and i.eitislS'
live ticket. Tbcir Central Cominiitee
has recently been in correspondence
with tbe Greenback Committee, and
an alliance with them will probably
te tunned. Prominent Hnfubtsof Lv
bor pay that the new party will have
the balance of power in the coming
elections, and if they cannot elect
their own candidates thev can eloc
those of either opposing party, ss they
Itrowued Willi Bathing;.
CmcAtio, 111, September 10.
Shortly alter 12 o'clock today O. II
(ioldbtok, a retail bat and cap mer
chant, doing imnness on WetKan
dolph street, wni drowned while bath
iug in Like Michigan. Ha swam out
from the Indiana t-trtct halhing bouse
and BUdiienly disappeared. ft
thought he was caught by a ewilt
undertow. Ilia body ha not yet been
recovered, ow:ng to tlie b'ga sea run
THE CAPTIVE 4PACHES.
6ER0SIX0 AND THE LEADERS
OF MS B.OD
To Be Tried by a Military Commit)-
Bloii, as Were the Slodoc
. nitiwnvAv CAv.lAn.liAw 1 CI flan
Dram, Acting Secretary of War, has
iven instructions tnat uerommo,
Catchez and other hcstilcs who sur
rendered with them, be stopped at
San Antonio and kept in prison there
until a determination is reached as
to what courte of procedure can be
undertaken again-rt them. It ii c fis
cally known that the surrender wai
rot made without conditions, but
what tho conditions were, beyond the
agreement that they chould n t be
surrendered fcr trial in Ariz ira, has
not yet been renoited. It was in com
pliance wi'U trjls condition trial uen.
Miles started witn tbo notiles for
Tbe determination of a course of
procedure wid probably be made by
tne Preeidect, but not until tbe terms
of the surrender and all the attend
ant circumstances shall be oQicially
known, uitn toe prtsent knowledge
it eeenis probable that the olfunders
an neither be tried ly a military
court martial nor by the civil author
ities, but tbat they may De tried as
the Modocs were by a military com
mission. This is a tribunal for the io
etitution of which there are ipany
well recognized precedents in our own
history, though it is one which baa as
vet no recognition in statutory law.
Tbe atrocitiis of these prisoners, ter
rible as they were, are not thought to
be such as would biing them witbin
tho jurisdic ion of a court martial,
which 1H vory limited, nor wouia tie
civil courts in tbe absence of wit
nesses meet the requirements of
the case, although the guilt is no
torious. Under the cirenms'ances
military commission, which seems
to bs intermediate between a
court martial and the tribunal
of Judge Lynch, and which it recog
nised by tti leading publicise as a
necosei y under certain circumstances,
is perhaps the only court Dy wnicti
ustice could be mettd out to tnose mur-
dereis. It would, nf course, be corn
nosed of mllitiry oflicers and its pro
ceedings would be similsr in character
to those ol a court martial, inline
doubt is entertained by these who
know the character of the Apaches
that there will be found among them
number who will readily Setray
Ueronimo and the other leaders to
save ihoir own necks.
Wanted an Admirer Mnrdered.
Philadelphia, Pa., September 10.
A man named George Ehnis yester
day made sllldavit before a magistrate
that he had been oll'eied $50 by Mrs.
liartbar Pressman, a widow, to mur
der a lt'ii'i named Frank G'a-smire,
and that William Conrad and William
M. Gardner bad endeavored to per
suade fatm to commit the deed. Mrs.
Pressman and Conrad were arrested
and at a hearing today, the former
wa) held iu J1800 bail for conspiracy
to murdor, and Conrad in $800 as an
accomplice. Ebms was placed nnder
$1000 bail as a witness. Gardner will
be arreHtod. Ehnit states that Mrs.
PrtKxuiau di sired to get rid of G1hs
miro becatiHi be forced his attentions!
upon ber and his pes stent protesta
tions of admiration were diKtoteful
They Are Slot Sorry.
There is one thing nobody ever re
gretsthat is, the day they first adopt
ed Parker's Tonic as their regular lam
11 v medicine. Its range la so wide
and its good effects so sure, that notb
ing else, except good nursing, art
needed in a great majority oi cases,
Buy it, try it, and afterward it will not
require any praise rom ns.
Saratoga. N, Y., September 10.
The American Social Science Associa
tion bold its concluding session this
morning. In the department of so
cial economy the report of General
Secretary Sanborn on "Social Ques
tions o! the Times" was read. It was
an able paper and fitly covorad the
subject. Adebatn cn tno "flight ol
lropBriy and the uwnerBtitp ot fjnd '
was engaged, ill by Prof. E J. James
and 11. L. Wayiand, of Philadelphia;
iir I.- II : nt i..n..w,i .,.!
, , , iv. IIHIIID) ui yuui.i'iw. nun ULiluq.
TLo tuoeting adjourned till text year.
XVei Canllou All AshIiihI Them.
The nnnrecodented Euccorsand merit
of Ely's Cieam Balm a rtal cure for
catarrh, hav fever aud cold in the
head has induced many adventurers
to plnro catarrh medicines Leaniw
some runmubiance in appeal itnce, stylo
of mime upon the market, in order to
trade upon tbo reputation ol l.ly's
Creaui Balm. Don't be deceived. Buy
nnlv Klv's Cream Bilm. Manv in
your immediate locality willtistify in
hiiiheBt commendation ol it. A par
t ele is npplied into each nostril; no
pain ; agiteabie 1 1 use. l rice ouc.
nnale Nteel Proeeaa Liliwatlon.
Pittsucro, Pa., September 10
The litigation pending lor the last six
yoars between Jacob Kees9, of this
city, the inventor of tho baeic steel
process, and tbe Bessemer btaol Com
pany, limited, which has prevented
th nse of the besio steel protest in
tbe United Stotes, owing to an injunc
tion obtained by the Bessemtr Steel
Company, has been decided by the
Master, who reports that the Injunc
tion be dissolved and the bill dit
mlsed at the cost of the Bessemer
rnrarr.1 -en .tri-t "V
iuS vliaila. Lemon, alo.. llaor datclou.17.
mw Bufiun emvnrn en. CWcaw f S. ImTH
Ucal Etato A sent,
am r. s. conuissioxcn,
Ski Mnln, nrnr Mmlln,McnrUI,
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WE DKSTRE TO CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO OUR LAROB STOCK OF FINISHED
UAKIILC, We are prepared to furnisb new work Irom latest designs on short notice.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED TO BE FIRST CLASS
In erorv respect and to give entire satisfaction.
We solioit your patronage aad request that you oall, examine our stock, prices, ete.,
before purchasing elsewhere.
W. A. GAGE & CO.
ISTo. SOO Front Street, t SlerapliU. Tcan.
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Old Stand. No. 9
Cotton Factors and
No. 3H Front Stroot. Corner ot Monroe. Mcmplii. Tonn.
THE BLUFF CITY KiSU
OF MEJII'HIS, TENX.
OrriCE-No. 285 MAIN STREET.
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11 m:jamks. DAVID P. HADDEN, J.C.NEEL.
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DAVID P. HADDEN,
JAME3 A. OMBEKa,
Street, Memphis, Teun.
JOHN L. MoCLBLLAN.
Morn This Torm.
EACH AM A HOBTONt
Union St., Memphis.