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TWENTY-FIRST YBAE. OMAHA , TUESDAY MORNING , NOVEMBER 10 , 1801. NUMBER M5. FATAL FALL OF A CHILD , Peculiar Accident in the Family of Mrs. J , F , Morris , v > TOOK A DOSE OF CONCENTRATED LYE. It' OarclcHsncHf. of n DomeHtlo In a Nehranka City Homo Cannes the Dcntli of an Infant M > ton. llKATiucn , Nob. , Nov. 9. [ Special Tclo- Krnm to TUB DEK.I The 2-yoar-old child of It'U Mrs. .f. F. Morris fell from n chair while pinying nt Its homo ton miles west of this city Sundny. At the tlmo the child gnvo no evidence of serious Injury. Yostcrdny the child wns taken seriously ill. An examina tion developed that the child's snlno wns in jured by the fall nnd that Its death is only n question ot n low hours. Kntnrtnlued nt Norfolk. U Noiiroi.K , Neb. , Nov. 9. ( Special Tele gram toTiiK BEG.A ] special train from the fj Black Hills arrived in Norfolk this after noon. These aboard were the following olllcials of the Northwestern : President Marvin Hughltt , Secretary M. L. Sykes , General Manager Whitman , Consulting En gineer Winters , General Manager Johnson of Omaha , Chief Engineer Clark , General Manager Hurt of ICIkborn nnd General At torney Howhoy. Tbcso gontloincn nrrivod In Norfolk from the east last Friday und spent several hours lookin over the city and the beet sugar fac tory. They expressed themselves as being greatly surprised nt the magnitude of the fnctory nnd the vnst amount of sugar being turned out , which Is nbout 50,000 pounds per dny The .Northwestern people have repeat edly extended courtesies to the cltv and as a natural consequence they nro daily reaping tholr reword. Thu company wns mot by n committee of Norfolk's enterprising citizens nud on their trip west was escorted ns far ns Ohadron by Superintendent Reynolds. The company de parted this nfternoon for Chicago , well pleased with Norfolk and her now enterprise nnd predicting that the boot sugar industry In the near future would bo tbo loading Industry - dustry of Nebraska. H Ittunxvny Accident. OSCF.OI.A , Nob. , Nov. 0. ( Special to Tun BUB. ] Mrs. KniH Anderson , who has boon on a visit to Iowa , returned to Osccola nnd waa met nt the train with a team to take her homo , n few miles from town. The tenm rnu nwny nnd Mrs. Anderson Jumped from the wagon and was injured qulto severely. Her left limb was broken nnd nho wns hurt nbout the head. She wns brought back to town nnd is under the care of Dr. Whaloy. At the tinmo time her 11-yonr-old boy wns thrown out nnd was terribly injured about the bend and tnco and will never got over the scars that wore mado. Filled Ongo County OIHuns. BBATiucr , Nob. , Nov. 9. [ Special Tolo- grnm to Tun Bii.J The Gngo county Board of Supervisors met in special session this altcrnoon to fill the vacancies In the district clerk nnd county attorney's offices. Tlio flrst wns madp vacant by the death of Frank Holt , nnd thu latter by the resignation of C. O. Bates. Mrs. Frank H. Holt , wife of the deceased clerk , wus elected to fill the uncx- plrcd term of tier husband. On tbo second ballot Judge A. Hivrlott , n democrat nnd Mr. Bites' former law partner , was elected county attorney. _ _ _ Will lie Hnrle'l In Canada. NrnmvsiCA CITV , Neb. , Nov. 9. iSpecinl Telegram to Tun BBC , ] A telegram was re ceived tonight from the father of the late Jack Garrett , the traveling urin , to hold the remains until tomorrow , ns ho would bo hereon on the first train. Tuo remains will betaken taken to Canada for burial. The ICulghts of Pythias members have conducted the as rangoincnts hero. Falrlinry Pourt Note. " . Fviunuiiv , Nob. , Nov. 9. [ Spoclal Tele gram , to Tin ; Bm.J District court opened hero today. There are n number of minor cases on the docket , consisting of divorces nnd cqultv suits. The most important cnso is that of the state against Dora Moore nod William Spear-s for the murder of Maggie Murphy. Judge Applegot presides. Pntruni/.ii the LINCOLN , Noo. , Nov. 9. [ Spoclal Tele gram to Tun Bni : . ] An immon o crowd gathered toniuht at tlio auction sale of boxes and scats for the opening of the new Lansing theater. Tlio two first boxes brought SIOO each , ii'bo cholco seats in tlio auditorium wore bid off as high ns f Iti each. 8\vallo\vcd Conoontr.ited NiiimtsivA CITV , Nob. , Nov. 9. ( Special Telegram to TIIE Bii.j : : The 3-year-old son ot Mr. Jensen swallowed n largo dnsa of con centrated lye thnt wns carelessly loft on the floor by n domestic toJny. The child Is dying tonight. _ ColiiinlniH Litigation. CoiA'Mius , Nob. , Oct. 9. | Speclnl Tole- grnm to Tin : Bti.J : : District court convened in this city today , .ludgo A , M. PoU projid Ing. There uro over 10J cnsos on the docket , mostly civil. The term will only lust ono week. 3iottK c Jiiititn utosr , OfllL'inl Vote of Krontlnr , I'anno:1 anil Kheridan Itoualvod. Kcltirns weio received by Tim BCG yos- terdnv fiom Frontier , Banner nnd Sheridan counties. This leaves only ono county in the state not hoard from McPhcr on. As the figures now stand , 1'ost ha1 n plurality of 4b\'l , \ , nnd the ono county to hear from will probably roduca Ills lend n few votes. No innloria ! chniiKO has been made In the position of the iCKunts and It Is probable Hint Marpio nud D'Ailomand nro clouted. Tbo ofllclnl vote of Fronller county is ns follows : Post , 419 ; KdRorton , 751 ; Shumway , 418 ; MnrploUtS , D'AlIomand , b2l ; Iladloy , TI The entlru Indepondcnl cotintv ticket elected. DIstilctjudKo : Coohran , fiti'j ; Welly , rift. Tills elects Welly ( Ind. ) uvor Cochran ( ron.j by mi nmjoiily. Banner county'b oillclal vote Is : Post , HWj Kdcorton , 1'J * . Dibtrict JudRo : Church , Ibl ; Novllle , Ibl. This olocls Is'ovllla by n sliglit inajorlty , Hnorldaii founty's voio ( ofllclal ) was : Post , ( IIS ; KdKurton , WW ; Siiumwuy , Si Mnrple , r > T > 5 ; D'Altoimmd , Dili ; Iladlov , Uiri The entire independent countv ticket 1' elected with the exception of county clorl ( rep ) , stierllT ( dciu. ) , nnd commlsslonor ( roi ) . District judh'o : Barlow ( rop. ) , BUll ; Klnliuid ( rep. ) , Uls ; Crites ( nun-par , ntu Ind ) , fi\V \ ; JenKs ( non-par , nnd ulllauco ) , UJJ llarouuth ( Ind. ) , S > 0. utoi'inifi. Cliioui * " AnaruhiitH IK-fy thn Anchor Ity of the Unllud St.it . Cinrvoo , III. , Nov. 9. The Chicago nn Brchhtsjejtordoy defied the authority o the United States , nnd Dutrlut Attorney nilchrlat Is today propaiing to proceed against thu rlnuloaJors , During tbo au- nrchlst pnrndo yMtonlny the drivers of two United States mail wagons \\oru delayed by tbo anarchists and riots were narrowl ; averted In each case by the prompt action o citizens. Another Vlio iilon I eadt-r ( 'ono. OTTAWA , III , Nov. D , Joliu Hossnck diet hero yettcrday aged W yean , Ho wui a mil cal abolitionist during war limes nnd In 1800 vns nominated for governor of Illinois on the abolition ticket. Ho was born In Scotland , vent to Chicago In IbSS nnd settled In Ottawa n 1819. Ho was for years a contractor ou the lliuols & Michigan canal. Four Kentucky M rdcrer Break Out of.lull. LnxisoTov , Ky. , Nov. I ) . The four Ken- dell boys escaped from the Georgetown jail this nftornoon nt ft o'clocic by sawing out the bars of n window while the Jailor wns con- lined to Ins bed by sickness. The bloody trngody nt Georgetown on August U7 , In which Milton II. Kendall nnd his four sons , John , Burroll , Dado nnd Kuisoll B. were engaged on ono side nnd the Inrvis brothers on Iho olhcr , is well remem bered. The difficulty occurred over a watermelon - melon patch of the Kendall's which the lurvis boys were charged with destroying. I'boro .v.ts n fiplit nnd the parties wcro cited to appear before the county Judgo. Both famines came to town , nnd the Kendall boys attacked tbo Jnrvls boys , killing ono and wounding another. During the fight old man Kendall , Milton II. , sr. , bhot at Bur- roll Jnrvis nud accidontnllv killed A. J. Montgomery , n highly respectable merchant , lumping over his body ho pursued Burrell through tbo store nnd shot him. Another one of the Jurvis brothers , John , wns shot mid killed by Milton Kendnll , Jr. The Ken- dulls llnnlly .surrendered nnd wcro plnced In | all , where they have slnco remained until too ay. The four boys , nil big strapping fellows , sot out todnv ' , but the old man. Milton H. ICondall , sr. , It is sold , loniamod in jail. The prisoners nro said to have started in the di rection of Lexington. Condemned Murderer fisonnet. MtaxoMWls. . , Nov. 9. L. E. Ford , under sentence to bo hanged December 1 for the murder of the city marshal of McComb 3lty , escaped from tbo county jail last night liy cutting the hinges of the cell door. Ho is the inventor of the Ford-Whl'.worth car coupler and is extensively known. It'UUT.UX'T OltAST Till ! IHl'OItCl ? , LooiniH Case Kudu In Alimony and a Separation. LEAVBSWOIITH , Kan. , Nov. 9. The Lootnls divorce case , which has boon on trial here for the past woou. has boon concluded , Judge Cro/lorrofuslng to grant Mrs. Lottlo Loomls n divorce from Edgar Wlllard Loomis , but al lowed her $3,000 alimony to bo paid within thrco years. The court nlso granted n con ditional separation for the present. This ends ono of the mo t Interesting and closely contorted divorce cases bver tried in Kansas. Two distinguished families named Darnell and Loomis from Now York and Michigan were interested in the outcome. The parties to the suit were first cousins , who'married without the consent of their parents , but the couple were given 210 acrns of valuable land in this county to start with. Shortly after coming hero iho couple had a little domestic trouble , and the wtfo applied for n divorce on the ground of cruelty. In the trial just ended relatives of each party sided with the opposite person , nnd tbo re sult was a complicated caso. The decision gives satisfaction to all interested. 11 UltL IXG TO.V KXI V.Vi 7O.V3. Work Suddenly Commenced on a South Dakota Line. Diumtooi ) , S. D. , Nov. 9.-Special [ Tele gram to Tun BEB.J The Burlington Hail- road company has detemined upon extending its line into Spearflsh , situated sixteen mlloj northwest ol Deadwood. The first authentic information that such a tnovo wns contem plated n as received this morning when n train of fifteen cars was pulled into Deadwood - wood nnd bcnti ( unloading a complete grad ing outfit. Teams nnd men \\ero at ouco sot out on the surveyed line nna have nlrendy commenced work. Fifty moro 'carloads of men , wagons , teams nnd scrupors nro now on the \\av in and duo to reach the work within forty-eight hours. Kilpatrick Bros. , who have the contract for grading , stito that they will put 1OUO men on the work within the next two weeks. n'nr.Af JT.N T///J Sonic FlRiirps Showing the Amount Hold In Kit vatoiH. MIVNE. u-oi.is. Minn. , Nov. 9. Figures com piled bp the Northwestern Miller show the stock of wheat in nrlvato elevators of Min neapolis to bo l.l.V.i,000 bushels , -i',000 bushels less than last Monday. The total stoclc at Minneapolis and Dululh is ! iMX ) , < 5VJ ( bushels , n t-nln of 191,811 uushols lor the week. The Market Uocord reports the stock of wheat lu country olovatow of Minnesota nnd the two Dakotas nt 5,9 ( > 7'IOOO bushels , nn in crease of "iti.400 bushels. This makes the aggregate stuck in the not th west lSM3il , , ( ! ) bushels , n gnln of 10'JJI,2ll bushels. A year ago the stock wns lfl,4ys,000 bushels. SVOILVU A Itl'XUHlXa ' M'AKTf. ICiuiniH FIcndH Itnrcly the 1'ato of. Smith. PMMSVNTOV , Knn. , Nov. 9. Saturday nf tornoon Dnn Williamson nnd William nnd Bert Austin , negro coal miners , were ur- rcsted and , taken to the county jail at Mound City , charged with n fiendish outrage on Mnitglo Luio , 111 yours olu , a demented girl of good family. The girl is not expected to recover. Yesterday two futllo attempts to lynch the fiends were mado. The prison- cis'wcro then taken to Fort Scott. Trotlblu is looked for today , when the prisoners have u preliminary examination. Will I'rliiK it Before the Hoard. Cinc oo , 111. , Nov. 9. On pelitlou of Rob ert Llndholm nnd nbout thirty other mem bers of the Board of Trade , n mooting today was called to convene nt a o'clock TI.UMdny nftornoon next , for the purpose of consider ing the constitutionality nud policy of ttio resolution npoptcd by Iho directors on May t ) , tb9U , which provides that no member or combination of members of Iho association shall bo p''rinlltod ' to collect or disseminate continuous market quotations from the ex change hall. This resolution provides that that nnv member charged with thu violation of tuU provision , if found guilly , fchall bo censured , suspended or expelled , as Iho di rectors In tholr discretion may dotorrnlno. A iiliy\lited. : CHICAGO , III. , Nov. 9. By the breaking of n gas main in the Illinois Steel company's mills nt South Chicago this ovonlng one mnu wns asphyxiated outright and four others probably family so. A sixth was rescued before ho succumbed to tbo effect of the es caping fluid. The dead mun is .Matthias PkTOWskl. The injured uro James W. Hlld- ing , Frank Bunk , William Mnllhows und Henry M. Hows. Meamcr Arrival" . At Baltimore Minnesota from Louden. At Loiuleu Sighted Uhynlnnd nnd Brit ish IClnp , from Now York. At Glasgow-Canadian from Phllo , Nostorln , Boston. At Hamburg Nov. Scnndla. At Now Voi'lc Firoslatd , from Antwerp , Fntnl Leap of u Drunken Man. IlriMov , Wls. , Nov. 9. Nols Johnson , ngod 80 years , while drunk sot Ilro to his room on the third floor of Iho Commercial hotel und jtimpod from thn window Into the alloy below , death resulting an hour later. Uepotdtoi'M lcialn ( Confidence. BOSTON , Mass. , Nov. 0. At Iho Five Cents savings bank ovcrytulng Is qulat today , Money is being deposited by those who wilU < drew Uiulr accounts during the run , DE MORES TELLS HIS STORY , Another Vo ion of tbo Salt to Deprive Him of His Propertji SUED HIS FATHER FOR AN ACCOUNTING , Ilifl U'lfo DOL-H Not Join In the Petition to Iliivo a Trustee Appointed A Kiunlly Af- fnlr. Gnnlm nn'ilU\ \ I'AIIIS , Nov. ' . ) . [ Now York Herald Cabto Special to TUB Bic. : | The llorald' ? cor- rajpondcnt called on the Marquis do Mores relative to the account of the suit instituted by his father the duo do Vnllombrosa , which appeared lu Snnday'j Uurojicun edition , and which has been cabled to America. Too marquis expressed himself as much chagrined by the mistake in the account which makes It sooni that his wife , neo Mo- dcra do Hoffman of Now York , had jollied her fnther-iu-law In his effort to have n trustee appointed for hop husband's proportj. On tbo contrary she Is on his sldo In resist- the suit , and has fllod n separ ate answer , setting forth that she considers the marquis perfectly capable to properly manage his propjrty without the assistance or appearance of any ono. In this connection the marquis staled that in April last , nt his own instance and because - cause ho was engaged In enterprises which might involve tils wife's fortune , a separation of tholr fortunes hart been secured through an application to the courts , so that his wife had exclusive control of her own 03t.Uo , which was secured to their children after her death , no matter what might bnppo.ii to htm or his fortune. There was no divergence of opinion or disagreement between his wife aud himself , and their relations were of the same affec tionate nature as at the time of their tnar- rioco. Other facts published were , the marquis said , "in the main true ; but It ought to bo known that the dlsacreomont be tween his father and himself originated out of a suit ho had brought seine lima ago against his father to obtain n settlement of moneys coming to him from his mother's cstato and from tao ostatoof a deceased iola- tlvo ; also accounts of certain business trans actions between his father and himself. His father had adopted the coin so described In the Herald Sunday , which , if successful , would make his father his trustee. Another motive prompting his father was that ho disapproved of the political projects of the marquis and hoped to put an cud to thorn by removing his property from his control. lu addition to his nat ural oojoction to this , the marquis says ho docs not want in case of his death the material interest of his children to bo under the control of his father , but only under that of his wife and their mother. ITALY AM > Til a Premier Hiuliiii Kvlalns ] the Govern ment's Position. HOME , Nov. 9. Premier Hudlul , In his speech to the house of parliament , announced the introduction of measures for the reorgan ization of banks of issue by liberating capital. Speaking of the recent Pantheon troubles and the sometimes threatening attitude of the Vatican ho said ' 'Its sphere of action Is limited to the exercise - ciso of spiritual powers not only by a law , which cannot oo lightly contravened , but by the almost unanimous consent of those who thought themselves most religious. The country's ecclesiastical policy has now become - como traditional. The honor and strength of the kingdom of Italy must bo maintained. The deplorable Incidents produced by * a few short-sighted persons will not make us dovl- ate from that policy. Not for so slight a mat ter will wo raise questions affecting the con stitution of the kingdom , nor will wo tuninor with the Immovable ; statu tory" law of guarantees , the wisdom and expediency of which have been proved by long"experience. . Italy will. not fail in the respect owing to the liberty of conscience and ruliinous toleration. It is our boast and profession that pilgrims from the whole wotld may bo conlldout that the laws will protect them on coming to Homo to pay devout homage to the popo. " Premier Uudini's remarks concerning the papacy have produced ft bad impression i\t the VAtlcan , the programme tending to inmtu the pope only the lirst subject of the king. The pope will prepare a sharp note in reply. UOltllKH'S London Police Make n Iliuli Haul of OrimiiuilK. LOVPOV , Nov. 0. An exciting incident in the llfn of the police of this city occurred today. It recently became known to the police Authorities that n cortiln saloon located on the city road was a rendezvous for tholvcs or other ovll-dlspoaod churactors. Plans wcro laid to make a descent upon the place and surround It without its occupants being aware of tucir prosonco. Then the otllcorin charge of the pollco accompanied by n num ber of his subordinates niuilo a rush for the doors and entered the place. The occupants of the saloon , though taken bv surprise , retained tholr presence of mind and made a desperate resistance. Kovolvors were drawn , but before they could bo used the whole gang was overpowered. Among those captured by the pollco were ton bur glars , who were fairly loaded down with spoils , The police made n scaich of the saloon , aid found sociotcd In several places an im mense quantity of plunder , including laces , silks , jewelry and watches , all of which had bocn stolen nt various times. Tno pollco nra congratulating themselves upon the fact that among their prisoners Is the chief of the gang , n man who Las hitherto oujoycd a high local reputation. JU7.V OA ( } / ; .U..V J1.I.V/C5. Depositors HiToini ) Alarmed Over tlio HiM'cnt I'nlliiros. DUIIMX , Nov. I ) . A largo number of the customers of the banking tlrm of Lolpsigor Strasso , alarmed by the recent failures of lllrschllcld & Wolff and Freldlandor & Som- inorfcld , today visited the bankers and with- ttroiv their deposits , Tlioro was a run upon the Dunks generally , All demands wcro mot , however , and the fact tended In a great measure to allay the excitement. The foolIng - Ing is becoming quieter. DK.IIH.Y CT17.0.V/T. WliirlliiKVlmN In India Kill Many People. CALCtrm , Nov. 0. A cyclone passed over tlio And a man Uland in the Bay of Bengal , wrecking the Enterprise , belonging to the In dian government. Of her crow of eighty- three men , only six wcro saved. The cyclone destroyed a largo mtmbor of buildings in the Indian penal settlement. Sixty convicts were 'Killed and -00 Injured. IteliMiHod Iroin I'rison. PJUIIS , Nov. 0. La l''argue , socialist , yes terday elected deputy of Lille , has been re leased from prison. It Is reported the cabl uot Is Inclined to grant a general amnesty. U nnntiir.il Cruelty. DL-IU.IN , Nov. -llov. . Samuel Cotton , rector - tor of Carogh , Kllduro , recently charged with crimtnol negligence nnd Ul treatment of In Phllnrcn Carogh orphanngo , has been nrrcstod for homicide in having caused the death of n child by placing It In a cold bath and leaving In open nlr oil ulcht , covered only with n suck. The child was found dead In the morning , the sack bolng frozen to Its body. 4 ition.\a iff ini.iziu Ulo Gr.uido do Bill the Scene of Much Uxaltomont. rx > vi > ov , Nov. 0. A' ' dispatch from Kto Janeiro says : Klot.4 are reported in Kto Urando do Sul. dodo tologr.ims from that district ara prohibited. Local dispatches are subjected to censorship. The government lines o Port Alegreo have been cut. All ether provinces nro sending congratulations to the prosidoiit. HIo Or undo do Sul is n great gralil proJuelng province nnd is largely colonized by Germans. Great iMscontcnt In Ilrnzll. LONDON' , Nov. 0. Dls'patehcs received hero today from Pornambuco'stiow that the trou bles in Brazil are approaching an aeuto crlsU and there is much nnxtoly expressed in ilnan- cial nnd commercial circles regarding the outcome of Fonsccn'a notion In dissolving congress nnd again assuming the role of dictator , and grave doubts are expressed as to the success of this move. Those dis patches state that from ( ho province of Hio Urando do Sul comes Intelligence to the effect that the local government refused to acquiesce in the assumption of Da Fonsoca of the power of dictator nnd has declared the indepondcnco of the province. The dis patches further stnto that there Is great dis content throughout all tie | provinces of Bra zil. J2/-UT YKAltS OLD. Congrntulnilons nnd Prcncnta SIiow- criiiK on Albert Kdwnrd. Losno.v , Nov. 9. Today is the fiftieth an niversary of the birth of the prince of Wales nnd the occasion Is being celebrated in n qulot manner nt Sandringham , in Norfolk- shlro. A largo number of congratulations have been recolvod and many presents have been forwarded to the prince from various parts of Great Britain and the continent. Fiitnl Feud in Ooiinty Cork. Dfiiux , Nov. 9. Whllo two families named Lynch and Hurly , living In Clunmanway , County Cork , were in a light over the posses sion of land , live persons were fatally injured. Tbo ether participants in the fight were in- jurco , but uot so seriously. Farmers In Parliament. LONDON , Nov. 9. Mr. Gladstone , In n letter - tor supporting the 11 bo nil candidate for par liament for South Moltdn , dwells upon the necessity of a strong representation of farmers as a class in parliament as well as laborers. Movements of tlio Wh.ilobnck. VAUMIIAISO , Nov. 0. The whaloback steamer Charles \ V.Vhotmoro , Captain Hastings , has nrrivod .from Coronol , Chili. She had an excellent passage and behaved SDlondldly. She will Icavo for the north today. ' jwiiiiixa rait aiArLs. New Orleans n ProfltnJ > lo Field lor the itobbcrs. NEW OitfjBAXS , L i. , Nov. 0. For some time past depredations japon tljo mails in this city and section have been ajcb'nstant occurrence. \Vuilo business houses hate suffered to some extent the larger share of annoyance and loss have fallen upon tbo banKf , which seem to bo the especial objects of aUack on the part of * * the thieves. , The New Orleans National , the largest in the city , has suffered. A few days ago the directors decided to appeal for relief to Post master General Wanamaker. A letter was addressed to the postmaster of this city , giv ing full details of the long continued nnd constantly increasing series of robberies and asking for relief nt the hands of the depart ment nt Washington. The rilling of the lottcrd of the bank began immediately after the passage of theanti - lottery postal law and has continued without cessation to the present timo. The bank , in its letter to Postmaster Eton , nsserts that the postofllco inspector now In the govern ment service and stationed hero , was re moved from his position in the Now Orleans postoflico some years ago for soiling his monthly pay to no loss than three persons nt the sumo tlmo. This is the first stop taken In the Una of direct uppoal to Postmaster General Wnnntuakor. /A A 'ItEM'UK STAULi : . Four Men and 'thirty Horses Ijoso Their Liven. DENVP.II , Colo. , Nov. 0. Mansion's llvory stable was almost completely burned early this morning. Four mifn nnd possibly five rooming in the upper portion of the building were suffocated , and between twenty and thirty horses mot death In the same way. The names of the dead men could not bo learned. A number of other roomers had narrow escapes. It is not knoun bow the iho originated. The tiunncial loss is ' . . ' 0,000 ; insurance half thnt. The names of the men who lost their lives are : THOMAS IlOWr.K. nctd 21. of Poorn. III. ni.OitUC It IUI1A It DS. 4. Lincoln. Nob. ( H'TO llCUtlX , ht. Louis DAVID 101-MUKE , losidonco unknown. It Is fenrod the romnlus of two other mou nro m the ruins. J. KLLU.\ Sio ! Scores the I'rohililtlnn Democrats of foiva. CuicuH ) , 111. , Nov. I ) . Mrs. .T. Ellen Fors- tor of Waterloo , In. , the well known prohibi tionist nud fouiulo * of the Noupartisan Women's Christian Temperance union , wns in the city toclny , ha/ing just finished n fipht for the principles she nd- vocntos nnd curried through the whole campaign. Sbo admits that the result of Tuesday's election In that stnto wns a .sur prise to her. Mrs. Foster bitterly scores temperance democrats , who , aho declnros , nil voted the straight democratic ticket , rognrd- less of tomnornnco sympathies of the repub lican candidates , She expresses the belief thnt thu law will bo retained , although its enforcement will bo rendered moro dlfllcult. O.V VlItVUJIliTAXTJAI , Kl'tUllXVO. Conviction of an Illinois Man. and Woman of'AIurdor. AUUOIIA , III. , Nov. 9.Tho Jury in the Sol- bcrt-Cloighnor murder case rendered n vor diet tnis morning of guilty , but recommended that each prisoner bo son ton cod to twenty- live years. In the penitentiary. A motion fern n now trial was entered , William Solicit , tlio Aurora saloonkeeper and Mrs. Kuto Klolghnor , with whom ho wns iniimato , thus stand convicted of having poisoned tbo lat- tor'a husband. The conviction was on purely circumstantial evidence. Klovon jurymen wcro In favor of hanging1 on the ilrst ballot. Duutli Mat of thu NantlooKo Mlno WII.KBSII uuie , Pa. , Nov. 9. The cnstinl- tics nt tbo Nantlcoko tnlno were Increased today by the death of Ihotnas Thomas , a ncphow of ox-Senator Morgan E. Williams , of this city. Young Thomas was 10 years old and was employed Us a dtlvcr boy. Paul Koschinslu , another of the injured in the Nnnticokn mine disaster , died In great ngony. ThU brings the 'dead list to tuctvo. Two moro of thu Injured will dlo. Son'n Death KilU Hln Father. CIIILUCOTIIE , Mo. , Nov. 0. Hugh CJiI. ohrUt , Jr. , a prominent teacher , died yostor- diy His death so affected his aged father that bo was stricken with paralysis aud dlod during the night , OF Hearing of the Caywnrd-Bihriug Sea Pcal- criu3 Oo30 in the Supreme Oourt , OPINIONS AND ARGUMENTS OF ATTORNEYS Solicitor General Taft Holds That It IH u Political Question ( o lie De cided by Congri-Hs and thu Incentive. , D. C. , Nov. 9.-Tho United States supreme court chamber wns crowded this morning with distinguished members of the bir , present to hear arguments In the col- obrntod case of Thomas II. Cooper ngnlnst thojudgoof the United Status district of Alaska , bettor known us the Suywnrd-Boh- ring sea sealeries case. When the court assembled Justice Brndloy was not present , but ho arrived nt the capi tal nnd took his plate on the bench just be fore the Sayward case was called , so thnt n full court wns present when the boating bogan. Tnis now celebrated cnso arises out of the seizure of the Canadian schooner . P. Bay- ward in Behring sea for violation of tin aot of congress making It a penalty to catch seals within the waters of the Bolirlng soa. Tlio vessel was libeled under the admiralty laws of the United .States , mid , after trial , the United States district court of Alaska de clared a forfelturo of the vossol. The cnso was then brought to this court on a motion for a writ of prohibition to stop the Alaskan court from taking measures to enforce its de cree , the ground for this motion bolng a con tention that the court hud no jurisdiction to try the offense , for the reason that it wns committed moro than three miles from shore , and therefore under the Inw of nations , without tlio jurisdic tion of the United States and by this method sought to secure nn opinion from this court on the question which has bocn for a louir time in controversy between the United States and Ureat Britain ns to the right of the foimor country to the exclusive control of the seal fisheries in Bohring sea. The opening skirmish in this legal battle resulted in favor of Great Britain , the court deciding ngaiust the preliminary plea by the United Stntcs that the supreme court could not ontcrtaln a motion for leave to lllo a peti tion for n writ of prohibition. Since the legal proceedings began an agree ment has boon reached between the two gov ernments under which it is hoped to secure n final and definite solution of this long pending ing diplomatic dlsputo , but this will not af fect the present case. Mr. Cnlderon Carlisle of this city opened the case in behalf of the owner of tbo Say- ward. At the outset ho said thai the decision of the case could not forestall anything that any other branch of the government should do. Of course , ho said , it. will stop any seiz ure of any foreign vessel under existing law. This court inav'iu this case , without express ing an opinion us to the rights of the United States , hold that the seizure of this foreign vessel flfty-nmo miles from land , was illegal under International law and under the exist ing law of the United States nnd not forestall anv convention of tlio United States with reference to seal property. Mr. Car lisle then cornbatted the position taken by the United States tbat this court was bound by the face of the proceeding nnd couhj nos go behind - hind what wns shown on the record ns sub mitted by the judge of the Alaska court. First taking up the words of the libel , the attorney general , Mr. Carlisle said , in addi tion to the two small barriers , had set up an other moro bcrious ono , namely , that the position taken by tno executive with refer ence to Bohring sea was n position taken on n political question , that of national sovereignty , which nosolutoly binds the court , whotnor thnt position bo right or wronir. If the argument bo cor rect , thnt , rognrdless of the Inw of nations and nn act nt congress , tbo president can extend the national boundaries fur out into the ocean , why should bo stop there and not make assertions as to our power nnd right which would , in the language of .Justice Storov , load to universal mischief. Ho then " asked" , if the United States could trv British sealers for offenses In any of these matters , why not British sailors for niurdor. Ho claimed that the writ of prohibition must issue because of the fundamental want of jurisdiction in the Alaska coutt. Solicitor General Taft in opening the case for the United States said its position could bo stated in two sentences : First , that the question which which the petitioner seeks hero to raise is not presented to tbo court on the record in the caso. Second , that if it Is presented to the court the question has boon decided , being a political question , but the political departments of the government nnd this court will not reverse or qualify the de cision. Taking up the political phase of the argument the solicitor general said that the government did not dour that the Juris diction of thu Alaskan court and the oltonso were Judicial questions , to bo decided by that court or by this court in n proper caso. What he assorted was that the jurisdiction of that court and the roiiuo of the offense , by n single step , was made inovltablv to depend upon the national Jurisdiction in Bohrlngson , that It is n political question nnd that the de cision of the executive and of congress on that political question is conclusive , not only ' upon this court , but upon every citizen with , 'in the Jurisdiction. Christians at \ \ or If. WASHINGTON , U. C. , Nov. 9. The convon- vontion of Christians at Work opened 'oday. "Work Among Discharged Fomnlo Prison ers , " was the subject of ati address by Miss Zincnu Toronto , Can. The only wny to save fallen women , she said , is to surround thorn with nn aunosphoro of lovo. Hon. John C. Woolloy spoUo of the work of the Rest Klnnd national minsion for intern- porato men. Numerous other addresses were made. the tin It . WASHINGTON. D. C. , Nov. 9. Tno court of claims today rendered n decision dismissing the suits of Indiana , Ohio nnd Illinois ngnlnst the United States to recover 2 per cent of the fund rotalnod from thn proceeds of the sale of the Cumberland Gap road , aggregat ing * luOO.OOO. The court hold the fund In question was not a trust fund nnd that it Is barred by the statute of limitation. An up peal was tnuou. _ A iitwvi > > ; n A ica is. Moro Pennsylvania City OfllulnlH In Tronlile. I'lTTsnt'iio , Pa , , Nov. U. Members of the auditing committee appointed to Invostlgnto tlio offices of MnvorVymnn and Clilot of the Department of Public Safety Murphy said this nftornoon that a resolution would bo picsonted to the committee tonight chnrghiK those gentlemen with perjury and embo/lo- mont und Instructing the solicitor to insti tute criminal proceedings against them. Messrs. W ) man anil Murphv , however , ap peared before the committee tonight mid at tholr request for u hearing the matter was postponed until next HCOIC. Fatal Firn In Cincinnati. CINCINNATI , O. , Nov. 9. Flro brohn out this morning in Oscar Onkor's picture frumo factory. The ilro was caused by an explosion of flno varnish in the collar. William Myorj , who was at work In the collar , wus fatally burned. Lieutenant William Bookluvo and Pipomiin Edward Anderson , were hurt bv tbo falling of a ladder uud both are doad. The Ilro was confined to the building In which U started. The loss Is estimated at ? . ' )0uOO. ) Arnonlo fn Itlsc'iilt. , Cnl , , Nor , 9. S. F. Braudou \ ' nnd wife dl.xny ( from arjcnlc.il polsonine. A grown soii'-J. Vlaughter , also , were pois oned , nnd lMer Is expected to dlo , but the latter may Wor. Arsanlc wns used by the family , i-t \woro amateur taxldor- mists , and wns ' \d In biscuits In mlstnko for baklnc powdt to tli. < . institutional As- HcinMy Gittlierini ; at Toledo , U. TOUIPO , O. , Nov. ! ) . The delegates to the fifteenth constitutional gonoial assembly of the Knights of Labor nro arriving hero in largo number * from all parts of the United States , several places In Canada nnd the two or three eltiei In Movlco. The delegates say thnt this will ha ono of the most Important assemblages over hnul in this country , sev eral matters relating to labor , capital aud the public school system will como up for action. The committee on credentials , law and finance are already at work and \ > ill bo ready to submit their respective reports to tno gen eral assembly , which convenes hero tomor row mornmir nt 10 o'clock. It U not ex pected thnt there will bo any contest to re port by tbo committee on cre'dcnttaU. The finance committee has completed Its work and so fur finds all the finances af thu order in splendid condition. The secretary's report will show that the order has Increased in membership ovor-SOOO during the past year In this country nlono , nnd that all the local assemblies nro inn nourishing condition llnnncially nnd other wise. The amount of business to bo disposed of is inrgo and Secretary Hnyes says that ho docs not expect to got through inside of the next ten days. Tomorrow night n grand reception will bo tendered the delegates. Tbo most Important matter to come before the assembly will bo the public school system of this country. The imijority of the delegates - gates present nro Uotti in Cntnollcs , yet they intend placing themselves on record in refer ence to the school question. The feeling appears to ho unanimously in favor of tlio public school svs.tom. A prominent delegate nnd member of ono of the most important committees , n Homan Catholic , said this afternoon : "Wo nro in favor of compulsory education , so that the state can legally and authoritatively say to the paroiitorguardlaii : 'Educatoyour child. I don't care whore. I leave that with you , but you must educate him or I will. " " This is the position of thu Ivniuhtsof Libor on the school question , nnd Hint resolution will bo adopted in tlio general assembly , It is bciiovod , without a dissenting voleo. _ _ Muitiniiii > run LOVE. Fnto of a ItcaiitlCul New I Ic\icnii Voiing Ijndy. Ai.iiuQURUQiin , N. M. , Nov 9. Miss Adol Joratnillo was murdered in the waiting room of tbo depot at Los Lunas , twenty miles south of this city , last night. She and her uncle , Jose Jaramillo , were waiting for the north-bound Santa Fo pas senger train , which the young lady was going to take for Denver , where she wns to enter ono of the schools there. A Mexican young man wns noticed before her arrival nt the depot to pass in and out of the waiting room , and just as the ladv was seated on the bonoli with her back to the window ho wus scon there , and soon niter n shot was Hrod nnd Miss Jaramillo fell to the floor , expiring u few minutes Liter. The night was exceed ingly dark and tno murderer escaped. It is boltavod that , tha tragedy was com mitted by Frank Homcro , son of Hon. J. Placido Komoro , u wealthy democratic politician of Vnlencln county. Ho wns des perately In love with thu young lady nnd , although but 18 years of ago , had usked tier to raarv him , but had been refused. Miss Jaramillo was about 10 years of age , n pretty young ladv nnd ft member of the wealthiest Mexican familv of central Now Mexico. Omcc WBATUKII BuitnAU , ) OMAHA. Nov. 9. I Uainy weather continues in the middle Mississippi vnlloy. The iiDrthwostorn storm now cotral north of Montana , is causing cloudiness through out the upper Missouri valley nnd local nuns In portions of Wyoming nnd South Dakota. The storm nron extended south wnrd to Ne braska last evening , and Its influence will bo iclt hero today in warmer weather. The barometer continues high in the extreme southwest and the cold nlr-thnt flowed south ward out of it caused black frost at El Paso , Tex. , yesterday morning. Still raining at St. Louis. For Omaha and vicinity Warmer , fair to cloudy weather ; southerly winds , with pros pects of rain tonight or tomorrow. WASHINGTON , D. C. , Nov. U. For Missouri nnd Iowa Fair Tuesday , except rain in southeast Missouri ; no decided change In tompernturo. For the Dnkotas , Montana and Nebraska Generally fair Tuesday , except rain In west and South Dakota ; nearly stationary temper ature. For Kansas and Oklahoma Fair Tuesday ; nearly stationary temperature. For Colorado Fair Tuesday ; nearly sta tionary tomporaturo. Tn\ir-i''irj ] ' ; vy.i/t.s A HL.iru. Suit to Kecovor Wftijes IJronjlit liy nn Kx-Sluvc * . KANSVS CITV , Mo , , Nov. 9. The court of appeals handed down n decision today grantIng - Ing Kdn Hlckmaii , colored , u now trial lu her case against the Hlokman citato. Kd.i wns n slave of Joseph Hlckman of Manitou - itou county , Missouri , and nor mas ter had managed to keep from her the fact that tlio negroes hud been eman cipated , and for almost twonty-llvo years hud made nor work on Ms farm. She finally dis covered she was n free woman and entered a suit to iccoversomo $1,500 which she claims is duo her for her services during the past twcnty-fivo years. The first trial awarded her half the amount , but the circuit court reversed the decision. Today the court of appeals reversed the decision of the circuit court and remanded the case for a now trial. IS IllK It A UlU. Chlcnco Will Try and Ho jnro the He.- pit l > l loan Convention. Cmr.\no , III. , Nov , 9. Chicago Is going after the next national republican convention. At n meeting hold this afternoon the mutter wus fully dlscussmi by prominent politicians and it was the opinion that while no open light should bo made for the honor n digni fied effort should bo put forth for It , Will Sell to a Syndic-ate. Nnw YOHK , Nov. 9. Mr. Abraham S. Hewitt of Cooper , Hewitt & Co. this mornIng - Ing confirmed the leport that ho contem plated the sain of the ontlro property of the company , but ho refuses to say to who. Ho " says the intendol purchasers "nro nil Ameri cans , and ho linowH nothing of nn HnglUh syndicate wishing to buy the worlis. The sale is not yet consummated. SIIRMITVII.I.I : , Ind. , Nov. 9. The young lady who began living "on n dint of dog flosti Thuradav last ns a euro for consumption , is mnKlng fair progress with her tusk. She sajshho rather likes the diet. It Is white incut ami oho sajs It taste * something like lamb. She tukos it thiou times n day , liiMllllulenl Capital. Civds.svTi , O. , Nov. 0. The Walton Architectural works , ono of the largest man ufactories ot the kind In the west , assigned this afternoon. Assets , 90,000 ; estimated liubllltlOA , about the btimo. Cause of assign ment , Insufficient capital. f-orloiiHly III. ST. Lot is , Mo. . Nov. 9.- Bishop Mcrrlnm of tbo MotuodUt church wai taken to Wes ley hospital today , seriously 111 , Fun's are outcrtaiucd for lih life. TO THE FRIENDS OF IRELAND , Address Issued by the Officers of the Na tional Laaguo of America. DANGER OF THE PRESENT DISSENSIONS , All Irishmen Urjrcd tn Undo In j Collllllllll Movement to Itl'lllif Alxnit Harmony and Unity ol' Act I n. Last night the executive officers of the Irish National Lcaguo of America gave the following nddross to the press : Hi : UKiMiiriiiH : Inmi N'tTinstt , I.UUHTKOF AMKIUI \ , OMAHA , .Nov P. I'o thu 11 lends uf Ireland In Ainurlu.il Thuro ni'UM was in Ireland's futofiil hlxlory u gloomier period limn tin1 pro-font , llor pouplo uro iu > longer drnun up tii uTrliul uli.iliiii\ encounter u common fit ) ; but spill Into rlv il factions ami Inllaini'd with bit lei1 liiiti1. tliov nro atraynd aK'alnstraoh other for purposes that can only ( nil In mutual destruction Tnoie to whom Me might naturally to IUIIK fur eounsol tondy Ills' to po.icu mid unity , are foremost In fin iiiuntln this fruli leldal strife ; and the onu tlmo loadois of tlio nation , blind to the true llidtlnots of patriotism , liavo no hhrlinr mu nition than to deiiotinco us traitor" , anil drlvo from nubile life tlio men whom tlioy halloil as brothers hut u few short month * a o. ItU truly u sh unofnl anil suiruwfui pi'ctaele. \Vulilshof Atnorlui tire , with our Kindred In Iruluiul , coholrs to tlio sumo legacy of ilnty to restore to our motherland her birthright of Independence ; .mil U tlioy fall in that ilnty lot us at least liu talthfii ! to tin' SHU red cause of Irish llbotty. It Is patent to ovury thoughtful man that tlio cnntomlln ; ; parties are oaoh too strong for ono to politically destiny tlio cither , m.d foroo reunion down the thro Us of dls.'imilltod op ponents. Union buttvecn the faction * [ sail almolnto necessity to tlio sncooss of the Irish causo. and It must bo \uiiou of head iiiul lij'art. base I on mutual concessions , oven If nvcry present aspirant to leadership has to bo foiccd Into lutlremcnt. U should Uo the ro- solvn of the Irish In Ainerle.i that no parlia mentary factions shall bo ponnlttwl to bring upon our mothurliind a rovorsonioroooinploto th.in I'niland'H tyrannical power was over able to accomplish. llopu for tlio future. \Vo hnvo faith In the sturdy nationality of the Irish people , and when \\n spuaii of the peole ] uo do so In an American souse , and bo- yonil the artificial limits of u mere HrlllHli franchise. Wo bolluvo In Ihe manhood of Ire land , and to it we appeal to force tlieso parlia mentarians to itop their iiuaiiulsor miiko way for other Irishmen to whom the lnlcroht of tliulr country are of uro nor ino'iicnl than personal ambition or personal anlmositltu. In bulte of our gient disappointment u\ery ono of the Irish race In Aniciica should not abandon a htrupulo hallourd by the hlood anil to us of neneratloiis.ennobled by the .saei Illcus of men hailed an cxoiiipl-iis In the cause of human freedom , and Justillod by the verdict of all men who love justice and hate inliinlty. It Is our duty to tun ml by the cause of Ireland In this. Ita il'irltcst hour , for without our organl/cd aid and moral Influence , the Iilsh people , loft to thi'inscUes , cannot hope to siucci d Uiorjr- thlnK noble In manhood appeals to us now to step Into the broach , and saMi the cradle land of the Irish race fiom n itlon.il extinction. The enemies of our race are xioat and pow erful , and so bitter and Impl.icablo is their hate that oven heio. In this broad and free land , \\o aio the objects of their malice Unable - able to roach us with their weapons , to tm- pilson us In their dmucous , or to slaio IIH by their oMictlons , tlioy gratify their national vlndlctlvrncsi In their literature and In the press , and Ktrlvo by oxcilln , ; false piojudloes to Inuo us proscribe I In America , us our fathers weio pioacrihed Inthe laws of KtiKland. A ItrltUh stales nan once boasted that n gun could not bo Iliod In liuiouu with out the consent of the Ktullsh Bovuriiincnt. And why ? Ikeauso stion. , ' In her iiwn splendid system of organisation , Kn land I'opt every l.uropoan nation In a stale of luimoll mid disorganization through the medium of HtiLsi- dl/.od bOorolsoolutIcii.t _ > ho is playing theaamo unmo In Aniorle.i today , and can we possibly hope to oveicomo her powoi fill Inlluenci ) with out or anl/lnc to coiinteiact ItVoaio \ today the least orjjani/cd nationality In America , while wo have most to contend against. Drifting Toward Uliliilon. I'or want of n national or.'anl/allon wo are pelmlttlnKIhe Uaello lonsue to perish , nnt- wllhitandin the priceless mannsrrlpls In the liiiigiiiiKt < of our fathers locked up In every great llbtaiy of Kuropc. So wanting lit patriotism are wo that for lack of tmcoimigu- mcntlilsh national subjects allord no in ducement to any author of a\ciiuo ability. Our nation il music Is unfashionable , and the history of oni race Is a closed lioolv to our chlldien , while the Irish artist must employ his t ileiils hi glorifying othet lands. I.ven our national games are haidly pationl/cd. In the race of thi"-o fact" , can uo wonder that the wealthy , educated sons of Iilsh born par- cuts drift away from tholr own people , and beyond u po-ulblu rellclouu tin , h.ivo nothing else In common with thorn ? If wo do not re spect oni own nationality , now c in wo ex pect tlio esteem of our follow cltUons of dlf- feicut oilKinV Thi'io Isnced of a radical change In those matters , and uch u change can only ho brought about through the Insti umenlallly of , i great national oinranl/.atloii hiich as wo can malio the Irish National I.eaKUO ot America , if wo are only In earnest , conlldo in each other , respect ouch oue'.s conscientious dllleienco of opinion Wo can inuUe the Irish National Jc.u-uoof America ; ; mighty online for Rood , not only for Ireland but for the Irlsli race all over the woild. Kn- tliely iioiipolltleal In America , It uould exeiclso u m.irUcd benollclal Inllit- enci ) on Irish allalrs , and Its power to render financial assistance would bo far creator than can over bo deihedfiom spasmodic medic collecting tours by Iilsh representa tives. Its service to lieland In thcnant Has been Incalculable In spite of the many olj- Blaclcs placed In Its nay ; and now as an Inde pendent Amoilcau or iini/.all jii it Nhonld and IMII ledonblo Its ulForls In the holy cause of Irish fierdom. let us then KOt to woiK oaincstly and heed not the clamor of Inteicsled parties. Lotus continue our woilc and our sacilUcos , Keeping aloof from ovorythlng tondlni ; to load us from the straight pathot ilnty tolibeity and to motherland. let us not stop by tnewaysldo toiiariol | with our follow innntiymon who may dlllor in opinion from us. lint -o steudlly foiward enileavorlu tj biliiK older out of chaos , union out of disunion , and nltlmito freedom to Itelanil. IlranchcH should be at oncii organized , and state executives are tiriml to put the KOOI ! wurU In motion with the least possible doa ! > . All funds should bo KOMI to the national tioasnicr William Lyni'in , esq. , 51 I'usl One I lurid rod and 'I'wenty-sco- end street , Now Vnrlc , who will promptly ackiiowlcdiro all remiltuncoa , Uod sa\o Ireland I M. V. OAN.NON , 1'iosldoiit , WII.I.IAM IV.MA.N , Tieisiner , JOHN 1' . SUITO.N , secretary. CO.\l > riIO.OFTili : M.tl'KHIKK . Kocclvcr Heal I MnK N a Stati-moiil I'or I'llllll'JIItlllll. liosTON' , Mass. , Nov. 0. Uocolvor Boall Issued the foiln\vrib' ! us the statu of Maverick National bank , us shown by Its hooks at the clone of bnslnou October 1 , Iblll : Total assets JO.IibT.fvK ) , total liabilities * 9iU7bll ! ) . The MavoricU had u vary lar u huslnOss , its outward mail nvurasuijf from ( KK ) to 1,00ft loiters per day , but everything Is found thus fur to hnvo been systematically con ducted , and all accounts balance upon the books. The only illfforonca thus far announced is in tha liiadon.uatn collutcral bohliid loans to the directors. Thoiu was uo blutiKot rndorjoinont on lllo us tins been slated. All the notes ami endorsements worn properly and icgnlurly made \viUiin the letter - tor of the law. KIM olver Hoall does not cantomplata his roslh'nliip the presidency of the Hivnml Na tional bank. The statement is tnitIylnK ; ( , la Unit It shows loss than $ 'IX,000 ( ) of Individual deposits , outside of the bunks aud bankers , ul the time. The comptroller aya ha did not a ? tha Maverick bank depositor * would receive. b5 pur cent , Ilo said that the avcrago divldenU of all the banks ho had bottled was bQ per CCIit. M. I' . Cliiiruli I\liitlnii. ; ! Coi.uiiiifH , C ) . , Nov. 9. The coiiaral cora- inlttc'o of church extension of the Methodist lOplseopal church closed its buiiimss today. Hcbohitlons were Rdoptod looKlriK to nioro syslenmtlc reports of the work lit the dlfTer-i out Holds : also , that amounts UHltcd and im- thorued bo diicnssed In open iiieotintr , in- Htoud of boliiK referred to n sub-commlUco. The mcetliiK' next > uar will bo at n I line aud iilaco to bo lixcd by the lecrolary.