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The Ixndon Standard Declares That For
eign Capitalists Stand Aghast at tha
Magnitude of tbe Concession What
They Are so Far as Definitely Snttlod.
London Sept. 24. The Standard prints
a long dispatoh from Shanghai, concerning
tho American invasion of China. In speak
ing of the extent of the concessions obtained
tho dispatch says: "The result unratified so
far by tho American syndicato, although
finally accepted by the Chinese viceroy, is
'practically as follows:
A loan of two and a half million taols, or
over half a million pounds at three por cent,
has already boen contracted to be advanced
by tho syndicate to the imperial board of
Telegraphs, the syndicate to supply all ma
terials ami to fix up a now long distance
telephone system between the principal open
ports. In addition to this another of a mil
lion taols, or two hundred thousand pounds,
is contracted to be advanced eo the Viceroy
for some purpose not made public, but
which, for convenience, is called "special
"These are tho'concesslons so far definitely
settled. But thoso following, viz: The ten
tative propositions and by far the most im
portant are, first, the establishment of what
Is called in the negotiations a national and
international amalgamated bank under im
perial charter and supplied by American
Chinese funds with a stupendous capital,
mostly, howevor, American money. This
institution is to have peculiar and exoolu
sivo rights, monopolies and various other
like considerations from tho imperial gov
ernment It is agreed and covenanted that
it will supply, manage and control the en
tire finances of the imperial and provincial
government, collect and disburse tho entire
imperial treasury funds, provide tho sinews
of war for all such measures of the govern
ment as the building, construction and
maintenance of forts, fleets, arsenals, na
vies, guns, railways, telegraphs, canals, etc,
throughout tho empire.
"It will pro vide for the army, tho drainage,
river improvements, and to put it briefly,
everything for which the government of.
such a country as China requires money.
Tho bank will have the exclusive right to
coin all moaey and issue notes, and it is in
tended as preliminary to thoso astounding
operations that this institution should estab
lish branches in all Chinese cities of import
ance, as well as in many cities on the otlior
four continents with which China has diplo
matic or commercial relations. London,
Paris, New York and Philadelphia are to be
the chief foreign centers. In short, its
operations are to b endless. There is no
doubt that China wants money and is most
anxious to get all she can, but it is hard to
believe that the viceroy will hand his coun
try so completely over to the Americans as
this scheme would lead ono to suppose. Tho
loans already successfully negotiated by the
syndicate have been made in a way new to
China, L , without having obtained the
imperial deerse, a fact which does not tend
to lessen the astonishment with which the
entire scheme filled the oountry. Strange
to say, there is no mention made yet of the
security to be given by China to the Amer
icans for their money for the now bank,
which will have wen more important
functions towards China than tho Bank of
England towards England.
"Tha entire b-w.s of the concessions is
very peculiar and the tide of public opinion
here Is against the project. However much
we may stand in awe of its overwhelming
proportions, the censors have apparently
been thrown into consternation by this most
daring move of 4ha party of progress,
headed by Li Hung Chang and the Marquis
Tseng, and they have not yet memoralized
the throne against it, although it is believed
that the syndicate will have to fight the
prejudices of these most potent forces in the
realm. That the imperial treasury, dospite
tho vast resources of tho country, Js in a
crippled condition is shown by the fact that
only last week a loan of over half a million
pounds had to be borrowed from a French
syndicate for carrying on the imperial
household. There are many other rich syn
dicates in China, French and German prin
cipally, and they, along with various for
eign banks, stand aghast at the magnitude
of the American 'coup.'1
The Ie Monument Cornerstone.
Richmond, Va., Sept 23. Governor Leo
has received a letter from Jefferson Davis
in response to one from the governor of re
cent date inviting Mr. Davis to be presont
at tho laying of the cornerstone of the It. E.
Lee monument, on October 27. Mr. Davis
says: "It has beon ray hope and expecta
tion to bo present, if possible, whenever the
cornerstone should bo laid of the monumont
in commemoration of my friend and com
patriot, Robert E. Lee." Continuing, Mr.
Davis says if his health permits he is pledged
to attend a reunion of ex-Confederate sol
diers who are to gather from all portions of
tho south at Macon, Ga., on October 20.
The presence of Confederate soldiers being
the prominent features 0 both those occa
sions should not, he adds, "be diminished by
division, as must necessarily bo the case un
less your suggestion bo practicable to obange
the date of one or tbe other so that it may ,
be possible for the soldiers to attend both."
Arrangements have boen projected for
making the laying of the cornerstone of the
Lee monument an interesting event
Cboaoo, Sept 23, Col W. P. Ilend, the
big coal oporator, is authority for the state
ment that before snow file anthracite ooal
will be 10 or $10 per ton. Ho gives as
reasons the recent advance in wages to the
miners in the hard coal regions, the soaroity
of tho article and tho interstate commerce
law. Throughout tho west and northwest
the present scarcity almost amounts to a
Four 11 u 11 d rod People Homeless.
Montreal, Can., Sept 2-1. A furious fire
Is raging at Danby, Quo., and already over
ono hundred houses have boon oonsumod.
It is fearod that throo children have boen
burned to death. Tho loss will probably bo
about $AiO,000, with little insurance, as tha
people aro all poor. Ovor 4 CM people aro
homeless. All the telegraph wires are dowp
aud tbe Grand Trunk depot is In ruins.
INTERVIEW WITH GENERAL PRYOR.
The Constitutionality of the Illinois Jury
Law to Be Tested.
New Yoiik, Supt 23. Gen. Roger A.
Pryor said last night that ho could at pres
ent give very little
information in re
gard to his plans.
Ho has not as yefe
seen the record of
tho trial before
Judge Gary, which
,is very voluminous.
-7m Of nnnrftn " Hn
' VSX wvs
aid, "I have noth
ing whatovor to do
with tho popular
side of tho case. I
have no concern
with the question of sympathy with the An
archists or their case. 1 am letained simply
as a lawyer, who is to endeavor to induco
the supreme court to reverse tho decision of
the Illinois court Just what will be the
form of tho appeal I cannot now say, but
we shall attack tho constitutionality of tho
Illinois law regarding tho construction of
tho jury. This has been in operation since
1874, and has not yet been passed upon by
the supreme court The law of Illinois re
lating to conspiracy will not enter into our
When questioned in regard to the report
that the appeal would be laid beforo Justice
Miller, Gen. Pryor said: "I know of no
reason to bolleve that Justice Miller will
have anything moro to do with the case
than bis brother justices of the supremo
bench. The supremo court is supposed to
be, and I believe it is, elevated above all in
fluence of popular clamor, whether inspired
by sympathy with tho Anarchists or hostil
ity toward them, and will, no doubt, decide
tho question of law whioh is involved in a
ipirit of thorough impartiality."
B. B. Washburn's Condition.
Chicago, Sept 23. Tho Hon. E. B.
Washburn's condition was somewhat better
to-day, although there aro fears that tho
end is drawing near. Ho passed a somewhat
restless night and at times wtts unconscious.
This morning, howevor, ho awoko and rec
ognized thoso about him. Yesterday morn
ing he was found lying on his couch in the
room unconscious. Drs. McArthur and
Lyman were hastily summoned and it was
found that his right sido was partially par
alyzod, and'ho may, the physicians state,
have had a slight stroke of apoplexy. This
morning Mr. Hemstead Washburn stated
that his ather had also burst a blood-vessel
at the back of his head.
Yearly Meeting of Friends.
Plawfield, Ind , 8opt 23. Yesterday
was the second public day at the western
yearly meeting of Quakers, and there woro
several thousand people in attendance. De
votional meeting,held at 8 a. in., was of un
usual interest Publio meetings for worship'
were held at 10 o'clock in the morning in
each of tho church rooms; also at the tent
and from an open stand. In tho afternoon
Joseph Beven Braithwaito, of London, Eng
land, a momber of the queen's council, ad
dressed an audience of 3,000 people in the
worshiping edifice. Tho meeting closed to
day. Confessed Ills Guilt. ,
Atlanta, Ga, Sept 23, Jack Debose,
the negro arrested on suspicion of murder
ing the Woolfolk family at Canton, has con
fessed bis guilt His motive was revenge
for alleged ill treatment by Capt Woolfolk.
Debose claims that he did not actually kill
the people, but three negro accomplices en
tered the house and committed tho butchery
while Deboso watched outside. He says he
aw Tom Woolfolk jump from a window
and run for his Ufa Tom, who has been
under arrest for tbe orimo, will doubtless be
Defective Air Uralcns.
Elida, O., Sept 23. As tbe cast bound
express train on the Fort Wayne road was
pulling into the siding at this place about A
o'clock this morning, the west bound express
train came thundering along and crashod
trough the mall car of the former train.
The accident was caused by tho airbrakes of
the west bound train refusing to work.
Engineer William Glenn, of Fort Wayne,
was seriously injured by jumping. The
mail clerks escaped uninjured. Three socks
of registered mail wore destroyed.
Northern Indiana Dronth.
ELKrfABT, Ind., Sept 25. The long-continued
drouth in this part of the state is the
cause of genoral alarm among tho manufac
turers and formers. The water in the river
is now fully six feet lower than tho lowest
point it has reached for many years. Many
of the paper mills and factories are running
only half time for want of water power,
thus getting behind on their orders. The
want of pasturage is causing the farmers
Seized for Smuggling.
Halifax, N. a, Sept 23. The schooner
Windsor, pucket, has been seized at Wey
mouth for smuggling flour from Boston.
Tbe captain deposited a forfeit of WO and
sailed for Boston. The schooner Atwood
has beon seized at Lower 'Granville for
smuggling glassware, also deposited $400
and was released. The schooner Levas is
also reported in trouble.
Anarohlsts Lings; and Engel Talks.
New YonK, Bept 23. Herr Moot's organ,
Der Friehiet, contains a lotter from Lingg
and Engel, tho condemned Chicago An
arohlsts, requesting thoir friends and com
rades to abandon all efforts to secure justice
for them. They declare it is useless to ex
pect justice from the courts. Thoir execu
tion, however, will hasten the downfall of
Collision Ilrake man Killed.
Charleston, S. C, flopt 23. The rear
portion of a freight train on the South Car
olina railroad broke looso Wednesday morn
ing while train tho was running on a down
grade between St Matthows and SIngloton.
After a momentary chock it crashod into
tho front sectioa W. W. Perkins, a brake
man, was crushed to death.
MiNY MINERS STILL IDLfe.
THE GENERAL SITUATION OF AF
FAIRS IN THE LEHIGH REGION.
Ovor Twonty-Tero Thousand Miners Still
Oat In That Hegloo Alone Taking
Their Toots From tho Mines I'rospoots
of a Long and Obstinate Fight,
WiLKEsnAltnE, Pa,, Sept 23. Thoro is
evory prospect that tho strike of tho coal
miners in tho Lohigh rogion will be an ob
stinate and protracted one. Tho outlook on
the minors' sido of tho trouble is, tor long
continuance of tho suspension. Tboy are
KILLED IN A TUNNEL
Men Crushed to Death by a Fall of
Karth Near Wellston, O.
Wellston, O., Sept. 23. A considerable
fall of earth and rook ocourred in tunnel
No. 1, near Gamior Furnace, on the Dayton,
Fort Wayne & Chicago railroad Tuesday
night, and a large force of soction men went
immediately put to work to romove it Tha
traok was nearly oloared whon another fall
came without warning, shutting twolvo men
in the tuunel.
Working from within and without the
fall was soon cleared, when it was found
that S. Gallivan, of Hope Furnace, had
been slightly injured, and William Buroh
flekl, agod forty-one, and John Oshman,
aged twenty -four, both residents of Zaleski.
had beon caught under the fall and instantly
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they aro allowed to ontor and get them. Tho killed. Burchflold loaves a wifo and five
tt i il. T, -.i r i 11 ' mnAll olillilrotif OaVimnn who unnni.rtiul r1
.Hungarians in me I'anmer ireeK vauey
Darned to Death. j
New Yohk, Sept 23. Emma Avery, aged
twelvo, and William Gelsswein, woro burned
and suffocated to death in a lire in a fiat al
Lafayette and Lewis avenuos, Brooklyn,
in the Panther
nave made application to tho railroad com
pany for two freight cars to load thoir tools
bo that thoy might loavo the region alto
gether. Meetings of tho Knights of Labor have
been hold throughout tho region, and a cir
cular has been drawn up and sont to tho
miners of tho Wyoming and Lackawanna
valleys, asking for assistance. On tho side
of the operators thero is said to bo somo
signs of weakening. Sovoral of the smaller
companies have asked thoir men not to
leave tho region at present and ono or two in
dividual operators who cannot stand the loss
incurred by their coll lories standing idle are
aid to bo ready to give tho advance, but aro
restrained by the others. I
Tho following companies and operators
signified by written communication thoir
desire to resume work at thoir collieries
under the samo agroement as the Fhlla-,
aeipma ce itoadlng coal and iron com
pany: Union Coal company, Mt Carmel
Bellmoro colliery, Garfield Coal company,
Enterprise colliery and Jesse May & Co.,
Shamokln Crystal colliery, John R. Pavis
and Ellsworth colliery. New Castle. These
aro all in tho Schuylkill region. As yet not
a word has boen spoken of resumption in
the Lehigh region, where 22,0)0 men are
Struck Against Non-Union Men.
New Yonx, Sept 23. About two hun
dred men employed on the forty buildings
on tho Seventy-third, Soventy-flfth and
Seventy-sixth streets, Baltimore and 1
Eleventh avenues, struck this morning, be
cause six or Bovon plumbers, who are non
union men, were allowed to work after thoir
discharge hod boen ordered. The walking
. delegate of the Carpenter's union, Bob Far-
rell, entered one of the buildings and was ar-
, rested by a detective for trespassing. Ho
was taken to tho Harlem police court aud
paroled in custody of his counsel. The
strikers claim to number 1,000, but tho pay
roll shows only about two hupdred names.
The strikers stopped work as soon as Farrell
was arrested. There are about twenty-fivo
mou still at work on tho buildings. Tho
contractors will obtain new men as soon as
1 Strike Prevented by a Compromise.
Chicaoo, Sept 23. The West Division
Conductors and Drivers' Benevolent associa
tion at its meeting early this morning ac
cepted a compromise offered by President
Jones. The company's agreement with tho
employes provides that no run shall call for
less than ten hours work, and that if the
cars aro run in the men will be paid for the
time bpociiied on time tables, and that the
pay for conductors and drivers will bo
twenty -ono cents per hour, commencing
October 1, 1887. The main question at
issue was tho question of hours, and the
compromise was readily accepted by the
men. Cars are running as usual this morn
ing, much to the satisfaction of the west
aiders. Taken Hack at Old Trices.
Boston, Sopt 23. Word was sent to the
locked out cigarmakers this afternoon that
the manufacturers had finally decided to
take the men back at tbe old prices. The
men hailed the decision with demonstrations
Prohibition Sneaker Assaulted.
New Yohk, Sept 23. A special to the
World from Sutton's Bay, Mich., says:
When it was known in town Tuesday night
ihat William A. Taylor, the Prohibition
state organizer, would speak in the school
houso on prohibition, H. and J. Douster and
other saloon sympathizers announced their
determination to prevent the mooting if
possible. This they were unable to do, but
during the lecture they paraded the streets
with guns and tin pans, and then gathered
around tbe hall as the meeting broke up to
attaok the spoakor. Taylor left the hall in
company with John Cadham and others.
The attack began as soon as tbe party 1
reached the front steps and was fierce and
bloody. Cadham received tho first blow and
was knocked down and kickod, while the
two Dousters, not recognizing Taylor, thoir
special objoct of attack, cut and slashed at a
man named Cozart instead. His life it
despaired of. Taylor under cover of thJ
'darkness success in got ting away unharmed.
Several roughs chased him crying, "Kill I
him." No arrests have been made. I
Arranging the Championship Series. I
Detiioit, Mich., Sopt 23. Presidents
Yonder Abe and Stearns are in session here
making final arrangements for the cham.
pionship series botnoen the Detroit and,
Browns, prospective winners in tho league
ana the association. There Is some difficulty
with the Detroit players who want C00
each for playing after the season is ended.
This May limit tbe number of games to six,
two each at St Louis and Detroit and one
each at Chicago and Cincinnati. Arrange
ments will not be completed until to
A Cotton Fire.
New York, Sopt 23. Fire broke out on a
lighter at the foot of John street, this after
noon and 00 bales of cotton, whioh she bad
j-yst received from tbe steamship Carondolet
were totally destroyed. Tho cargo bolongod
to 0. H. Mallory & Co., and was conslgnod
to Livorpool Loss $18,000. Fully insured
Pltoh Holler Drops Dead.
Cincinnati, O., Sopt 2a JohnVogolo,
aged forty iflvo, employed in the pitch room
at tho Weber browery, was standing at tho
pitch kottle at S this morning and suddonly
fell doad from heart dlsoaso. Vo;olo lived
at 14 Buckeye street with his wife and five
small children; Oshman was unmarried and
lived with his mother. Both were much
crushod and mangled. Tho bodies were
brought to this placo and were placed in
neat caskets aud sent to Zaleski by tho
orders and at tho expense of tho railroad
Another Hallway Slaughter.
Arkansas City, Kan., Sopt. 23. A dis
astrous wreck occurred on the Gulf division
of ,tho Southern Kansas railroad at Guthrie,
four miles south of Purcell, Indian Terri
tory. A light engino and construction train
collided whilo both were moving at a high
rata of speed. The two engines and twelvo
freight cars were piled on a heap, and the
list of killed and wounded is large. En
gineer Cnarlos Pearson, of tho light engine,
was fatally crushed, and his fireman, Charles'
Stewart, seriously hurt It is rumored that
a large number of tho workmen were killed,
but details are moager. Most reports say
that eight to ten woro killed or wounded.
Another Infernal Mnohlne.
Chicago, Sept i 3 Policemen found a
gaspipe bomb at the Cottage Grove avenue
car barn, on Thirty-ninth street, at i o'clock
this morning. It was ten inches in length
and two inches in diameter, and was incased
in an ordinary sized starch box, and had the
ordinary clockwork attachment for explod
ing. It was taken to the Staton avenuo po
lice station and examined, after which it
was carried to an adjoining vacant lot for
safe keeping. No clue has beon obtainod as
yet as to who left the bomb in tho barn.
Prtvato Asylum Hurned.
Jacksonville, 111.. Sept 23. At 1 o'clock
yesterday afternoon the main building of
the Oak Lawn retreat, a private insano asy
lum noar this city, was found to bo on firo,
and before help could bo had it wns burned
to the ground. Thero wero quite a numbor
of patients in it from Wyoming territory.
Dr. McFarlaud, tho proprietor, was badly
burned. Tho patients wore liberated and
roamed about tho groundy raising a great
commotion. Tho loss will exceed $2.,000.
Died From theE fleets at Chloroform.
Spiunofield, O., Sept. 23. Mrs. Cora
Lamar was found dead in bed this morning
with a towel saturated with chloroform over
her mouth. She has been an intense sufferer
from rheumatism, and from remarks mada
by her last evening it is belioved she in
tended to commit suicide. She had been in
the habit of using chloroform to allay pain.
Poisoned Canned Corned Beef.
Toledo, O., Sopt 23. An entire family,
named Dyer, have been taken suddonly and
seriously ill. Dr. J. F. Aris being sum
moned pronounced it a case of poisoning
and an investigation demonstrated that
canned corned beef, of which tho family had
partaken the day previous, wis tho cause.
All are considered out of danger.
She Kept Uer Word.
RuanviLLE, Ind., Sept '.. Nora and
Katie Barrett, young ladios of this place,
were toing with a revolver yesterday when
Nora said, jokingly, "I will shoot you," and
the weapon was discharged, lodging the ball
in the shoulder of Katie, inflicting a serioua
wound. "They did not know that it was
Seven Years for Murder.
Hopkinsville, Ky., Sept 23. Harmon
apd Renze Stanley were convicted of man
slaughter last evening and given seven years
each in state's prison. William Stanloy was
acquitted. The prisoners were the murder
ers of CoL Ruf us Ebllng, at Wildcat hollow,
Kxpellod From Church.
Toledo, O., Sept 2.'!. Thlrty-three mem
bers of the G A. R. and other secret socie
ties have been expelled from the United
Brethren church at Hooksville, O., for vio
lating the rules prohibiting the members of
that ohurch from jolnin'g secret societies.
Nashville, Tonn., Sept 23. Tho Midland
railroad tax election is passing off very
quietly. Tho city vote will favor the tar
and the country against. Tho indications aro
that the proposition will be defeated for
1 want of a constitutional majority.
Wapakoneta, O., Sept 23. This morn
ing the jury, after'being out all night in tha
I Cox case, found John Vaughau guilty of as
sault Vaughan was indicted by the grand
jury on the chargo of criminal assault The
case was the comment of the county.
Chioaqo, Sept 23. St Bernard Com
mandary, Knights Templar, at a conclave
last night, expelled the county boodlers,
William J. McGarrigle, Adam Oohs and F.
"W. Blppor, from tho roll of 8ir Knights.
' The conclave was largely attended.
Anarchists Still srt It.
Cleveland, O., Sept 23. About 250 An
arohlsts met at a down-town ball lost night
and protested against tho execution of tho
coven condemned Chicago Anarchists. Thoy
poke in German and wore in favor of
blood if everything elso failed.
New nAVETT, Conn., Sopt 23. E. S.
Wheeler, tl o iron merchant who recently
failed with liabilities of $2,1)00,000, and as
sets of f50,00O, was arrosted thia afternoon.
Heady for Trlul.
New Youk, Sept 23. The jury was.
completed this morning in The caso of Dan
iel Lyons, who is on trial for the murder of.
Athlete Joseph Qui no.