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Dauchtfir of Oenoral BarraadU At" tempts to Kill the American Mlnleter to UuaUimaU A Law Hook BavtM Ilia Life. Citv , ok Guatemala, Sept 8. A daughter of General Martin Barrundla who was shot to death In the cabin of the 1'aclflc Mall steamship Acapulco, at San Jose de Guatemala last weok, at tempted to shoot United States Minister MUncr yesterday. Mr. Mizner was at the desk translat ing the guarantor) given to him by this Government that Harrundla's life would be spared in caso he was surrendered, when the young woman camo Into the office. As the Minister looked up from his work she was standing within four feet of him with a revolver in her hands. She saluted him, saying: 'Aroyouthe American Minister?" Mr. Mizner replied: "I am. Can I be of any servico to you?" With flashing eyes she accused him of bavlng been directly the cause of her father's death, and announced that she meant to kill him. Mr. Mizner took the matter coolly and tried to reason with the girl, who was apparently al most crazed with excitement, and in the most tragic manner poured on him the bitterest invectivo of which the Spanish language is capa ble. At last she pulled the trigger of the pistol Mr. Mlznor had taken up a heavy law book, which he, with appar ent carelessness, held between himself and the girl and the bullet which was meant for his heart was caught between the leaves of the book. The sound of the shot attracted attention and before a second could bo fired assistance ar rived and the pistol was taken from the young woman. Throughout tho ontlro exciting Inter view, Mr. Mizner maintained tho ut most coolness, though the only thing between Lira and tho muzzle of a pistol held in the hands of a woman who evi dently intendod to shoot him was a heavy law book. As soon as Karillas heard of tho oc currence ho sent his respects and offered tho power of his Government to protect the American legation. Mr. Mizner, however, declined the ofTor, will not prosecute the lady and insists that no further notice shall bo taken ot the af fair. It is genorally believed hero that Uarrundia would havo been In no danger of death had ho not resisted ar rest HENRY GEORGE'S DISCIPLES. Single Tat Advocate Form a National league. Kv.w York, Sept 3. When Chairman Louis F. Post called the single tax con vention to order yesterday morning one of the secretaries read the resolutions on which the principles of the perma nent organization wcro to bo estab lished. They were proposed by Thomas Corscaden. of New Hritain, Conn., and were as follows: R-ROlVfri.Thol tlio sinclo tax organ ixutlon and Bingiotux mon repiPntcU in thU con ferenue do hereby rrnH'.ituto thin loily us the National Lengue of Uio alnglu tux cluOs of the United fetutex. Si-csond, That to this lengiiu t intruded the direction of tho work of prop::g.itlng ingle tux principle. Third, That to further this work n National com in It too of one person from each Hnto and Territory hure represented proposed by the delegate! thereof be appointed by this league. Fourth, That the committee may. In Its ditcretlon. nppolntone uddilioniil member from each Stale and Territory not hero rep resented. Filth, That caeh member ot thl commit tee shall have therein u vote proportionate to the number of singlo tax organizations represented by him. Sixth, Th ut this committee "hull Uctcrm'ne the time, and place und representation there in of future conventions. Mr. Corscaden's resolutions 1 wcro placed before the meeting as an amend ment Ho said his ftlea was to construct the organization so that tho power of conducting it would be put in the hands of the general body and not in tho power of the executive body in other words, to work it from the bottom up. After a lengthy discussion, par ticipated in by II. Martin Wil liams, of Missouri; C. .7. Buell. of Minnesota, and others, it was finally agreed that o committee of five bo ai pointed by the chair, to whom should be referred all propositions handed into the meeting. The chairman named the following: Messrs. McDowell, of Ten nessee, Buell, of Minnesota, Crosdale, of New York, Rlploy, of Illinois, and Atkinson, of Pennsylvania. HELD UP THE TRAIN. Bobber Attack a Train In Alabama and Get Little For Their Trouble. Mobile, Ala., Sept 3. The Louis ville & Nashville cannon ball train which left Mobile at eight o'clock Mon day night was held up at Big Escambia bridge, half a mile north of Pensacola Junction, by robbers, who entered the express car and compelled the messen jrer to give up the contents of bis safe. Having secured the valuables, the rob bers jumped off and took to the woods. The first nows of the robbery re ceived in Mobile by tho railway officials was but meager. Tho train was held up about half a mile above Flomaton Junction, and the people there knew very little of what occurred, for the train was delayed seven minutes only. Some surprise is expressed hero that the robbers selected this particular train as it is well known that the other trains carry most of the express money, No. 0, the robbed train, carrying very little at any time and a small amount on this occasion. It is said Rube Burrows was recently seen in Florida, and there is a possibil ity that he ordered the assembling of bis gang at Flomaton and joined them there to superintend the proper conduct of the affair. MR. BLAINE'S VIEWS. Be Talks on Reciprocity at a BspnblloM Meeting la Maine. Watervilt.b, Me., Aug. 8L A great Republican rally was held here last night President Small, of Colby Uni versity, presided. After a short speech by Governor Burleigh, James 0. Blaine gave a long address on the general sub ject of the tariff, uver i.owi poopiej were present In regard to the National question he said: "I wish to declare the opinion that the country has reached a point where its duties are to enlarge the area of its foreign trade. Under the beneficent policy of protection we have developed a volumo of manufactures, which in many departments, overruns the de mands of the homo market In the field ot agriculture with the immense popu lation given it by agricultural imple ments we can do far more than produce breadstuffs and provisions for our own people, nor would it be an ambitious destiny for so groat a country as ours to manufacture only what we can consume or produce only what we can oat We are already in many fabric and many products far beyond that, and our great demand is expansion of trade with countries where we can secure profitable exchange We are not seek ing annexation of territory. Certainly we do not desire it, unless it should come by volition of a people who might ask the priceless boon of a place under the protection of the flag of the Union. I feel that for a time to como the people of tho United States will be wisely con tent with our present area and not launch out on any scheme of annexa tion. "At the same time I think we shonld bo universally content if we do not seek to engage in what the younger Pitt so well termed annexation of trade. For nearly thirty years now the United States has had the advantage of a pro tective tariff by far the longest un broken period that its industrial policy has been in force since the Federal Gov ernment was organized. I do not men tion protection becauso I intend to speak in reference thereto before this audience. I merely wish to pro claim Its victories. Without protection tho United States would hae been poor indeed, after the ravages of the war from 1801 to 1805. With protection every section has flourished and prosperity grown and gained. Even where revenue duties have been laid with no expecta tion of developing industries there have in many instances been greac nnanciai and industrial results." In closing he said: "Our people do not realize the great fact that if specie payment is endan gered in this country it is likely to bo endangered by our present system of trade with tho Latin American States. The few millions of. gold that havo gone out of tho country within the last three months have created uneasiness in cer tain quarters as to our financial posi tion. It is very extraordinary that the loss of theso millions from banks in Wall street should be accounted so serious an event when we have lost a much larger amount during the same period from the condition of our trade with countries south of us without ex citing tho least observation. When our merchants and bankers come to thor oughly appreciate this fact wo shall receive aid and influence in the reform of our trade from a quarter which thus far it has been impossible to enlist" A GIVE-AWAY KISS. Absconder Kimball Iletrayi Himself By Effusively Kurnlng a Woman. New Your, Sept 1. April 2, Frank Kimball, paying teller of the People's Saving Bank at Worcester, Mass., ab sconded with $43,500 worth of bonds and cash, abandoned his wife and two chil dren and ran off to Europe with a fascinating French-Canadian, Estelle Lebon, leaving his family in poor olrcumstances. The guilty pair em barked on the journey abroad from this city. The woman came back to this country alone a few weeks ago and was spotted on the day of her arrival by de tectives of Worcester, who dogged her footsteps every day, thinking to catch Kimball thereby. Letters to the woman were intercepted and it was found Kim ball was about to return. Yesterday the woman went to the deck of the French line of steamers and eyed narrowly every one who stepped down the gang plank. Suddenly she rushed effusively up to a well-dressed, middle-aged man, folded her arms about him and kissed him several times. The love scene was cut short by a detective, who stepped up to them and simply said: "You are my prisoners. Don't make any scene. Come with me." At police headquarters, when searched, all the stolen bonds were found sewed up in the lining, of Kimball's clothing, but the stolen money was all gone. Kimball took his arrest sorely to heart Both were locked up to await requlsi tiou papers from Massachusetts. Australian Strike. MKLBorBXB. Aug. 81. Special con stables have been enrolled to guard the city in view of threatened riots. The olty is without gas and the suburbs are dimly lighted. The mall service over ana traffic continues. The shipping companies are employing non-union men. The wharf men at Aew oaiana ports have struck. The service be tween New Zealand an Queensland is partly maintained by non-union men. The officers of five of the New Zealand Company's steamers refuse t? join tht strike. - Kmantle Environment. 1 He (sentimentally) It seems almost Impossible to be amid these woodland scenes, and not to love some one. She (langulshlngly) Indeed it does. The placid lake, the sunlit hills, the shady dolls, and the swe.t songs of birds, drives from one's bead all thnmrht at what it costs to live respect ably. Street & Smith's Good News. I aaa Do Ton Want to Eavapc Do you want to escape chills and fever this season I No matter bow muoh malaria is in the atmosphere and how many may be taken down in your neighborhood with ma larial fevers, they coula have escaped and you can escape bya use of that excellent remodv, Smith's Tonic Syrup, made by Dr. John ulL, of Louisville, Ky. It cures chills and fever when quinine fails. It is far bet ter than quinine, for it leaves no unpleasant after effects. Smith's Tonlo Syrup is not an experiment For many years it has been considered the only safe and certain cure for chills nnd fever. You do yourself great injustice if you fail to take this remedy, for it will cure you even when all other treat ment falls. T Coxfocsd It I Why, that doctor is a regular pelican I" "Pelican! What do- you meunl" "Look at the size of his bill I" Exchange. Th Faalta and FolUea of the Ac Are numerous, but of the latter none Is more ridiculous than the promiscuous and random use of laxative pills and other drastic cathartics, those wrench, convulse and weaken both the stomach and the bow els. If Hostetter's Stomach Bitters be used instead of these no-remedies, the result is accomplished without pain and with great benefit to the bowels, the stomach and the liver. Use this remedy when constipation manifests Itself and thereby prevent it from becoming chronic. Dbcooirts, however prosperous, always do business on a small scale. Lawrence American. Is Pricklt Ash Bitters good for any thing! Bead what Frank Gnggsby, of Dodeo City, Kan., says: "For three years I suffered from a disease that my physicians pronounced incurable, My friends had given me up to die, when 1 was induced to try your remedy. I took itf or three months and have gained 82 pounds in weight Am a well man and Prickly Ash Bitters saved my lite. I am under life-long obligations to this medicine, and will never cease to rocommcnu u." It is often impossible to distinguish silence from wisdom because they are fre quently the same thing. Dallas News. Joirs Fitzgerald, of Lehigh, Missouri, writes May 3d, 18t9: "I have been trying Shallenberger's Anti dote for Malaria and think it the best med icine I ever saw. It cured my wife und lit tle pirl when nothing else would, and they are both stout and hearty after taking one bottle." f Wncx tfie pedugogue whales the urchins it is but natural that they should blubber. Richmond Recorder. C A ! mnanm ,M VM.tl,,Al1 ViW llttlnD brown and perfumed soups than by any imng Clse. uy run nucu wrrmw when vou know Dobbins' Electric Soap is puro and perfect Dobbins' prevents hands from chupplug. Tnnf la thiinrior nil around the Rk'6. when the little terrier runs mad. Texas Siftiugs. : "Papa," said mamma, "bring home a box of Bull's Worm Candy." She meant Dr. Hull s Worm Destroyers, but then tho chil dren call it candy and papa knew what she wanted. - No mouse has over caught a woman yet Why all this trepedllion t Ultima news, W. H. Griftis. Jnck9on, Mich., writes: "Suffered with Catarrh for fifteen years, Hairs Catarrh Cure cured me." Sold by Druggists, T5a PAncnED earth Is not good for the growth of parched corn. N. 0. Picayune. Ann unlike all other pit's. No purging or pain. Act specially on tho liver und bile. Carter's Little Liver Pills. Oue pill a dose. A ct.ank Is a man who pursues a different hobby from our own. Puck. I prescribe Smith's Tonic Syrup for chills and fever, and believe it a very reliable remedy. Jas. D. Osborne, M. D., Greens boro, Ala. HcMJAims and letter-paper should always be well ruled. Ram's Horn. Kibf the pores open is essential to health. Glenn's Sulphur Soap does this. Hill's Hair and Whisker Dye, 60 cents. THE GENERAL MARKETS. KANSAS CITY, Sept 8. CATTLE Chipping steers ...I 25 450 Butchers' steers. .. S 00 S 8 SO Native oows 2 0) ) I 0 HOGS Good to choioe heavy 80 4 10 WHEAT-No. J red WW X No. 1 hard 8Hj 90 COBS-NO. 2 OATS No, I M SB BYK No. 1 60 61VJ FLOUit-Patents, per sack... IN 2 60 Fancy a 10 2 IB BAT Baled S 00 7 OJ BUTTER Choice creamery.. 14 17 CHEK8K full cream Wt KCjUS Choice. 181 14 BACON Hams. lu 11 Shoulder. 641 eidoa 7 S LA ED fOTATO& 100 11 6T. LOUIS. CATTLE Shipping steers.... I SO 4 80 Butchers' stoers... 1 00 I 35 HOGS Packing. 16) 4 25 6UKEP Fair to choioe -. 4 00 SO FLOUB Choice. 50 I 10 WHEAT No. red 98 991 COltN-No. 2 V4 44 OATS-No.3 S4 BYE No. 2 6 70 BUTTKll Creamery 1 W IX) UK. 11 41 11 50 CHICAGO. CATTLE Shipping steers.... 4 00 4 60 HOGS Packing and shipping 150 4 10 fcUEKP Fair to choioe 4 00 4 M FLOUB Winter wheat 4 40 0 I 25 WHEAT No. S red 1 01 1 011S CORN-NO. 2 Vs OATS Ka 2 - tttk 57 BYE No. 2 62 62W BUTTEK Creamery 18 20 rOBK,.... 10 0) 10 06 XXVF TOBE. CATTLE Common to prima. 405 4 7) HOGS Good to choioe........ 4 00 4 CO FLOUB Good to choioe....- 4 40 5 10 WHEAT No. S red 1 OWO 1 06 CORN No. 1 . m Utt O ATS Western mixed... 4 iiti'iwr t ru. ... am la mW sa ...l.l J .......... w w mm an m uot 1 Commendable. Ill claims tint mrnalstJint with the hlch character of Syrup of Figs are purposely avoided by the Cat Pig Syrup Company. It act gently on the kidneys, liver and bow els, cleansing the system effectually, but it i.nniM.iiiiiiu mnlrM no n re tensions that every bottle will not substantiate. t- thai Kalp aa Inn ir as the women do it would not last a week after the wedding. Dallas (Tex.) jtews. VMiJ Innlr'hApal vnn Irnntvtiowweak vri f in. nnd vou know that Carter's Iroa Pills will relieve her. Now why not be fair about it and buy her a bcz I IV cr w mamma, ffntann a aoler disturbance with hnr alinner aha la nrettv sure to leave spots on the son. Toronto Globe. 9 To Be Given Avay: 2 atrsisis this rintmi Lot est Styles -JH- L'Art Da La Mode. T COLORED FLATKa. AU rot utwt rian amb bbw ioa rjAMiMS. 67 Or? 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