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IWU UIvCAi til 11:5 Have Cone Into Tronlncncc As a Kcsult of lioxcrs Revolt. The city of Tiéntala, which has come Inlo sudden prominence as a result of thn outbreak of the Boxers, is located upon the Pel-Ho river, atout thirty three mlleg above Its mouth by land, nnd almost twice that distance by wa tt r. It Is the second-largest rity of northern China, having an estimated population of about 1,000,000, and Is the port of Ttkln, the capital of China. The meaning cf Tientsin Is "The Heavenly Kerry." The town Is an Im portant center of trade, and la the terminus of the imperial canal and of a railroad, Tung-Chau, which was opened a dozen years ago. It Is ex ceedingly dirty, an are all Chinese cities. Its streets are unpnved, and are always covered with garbage, known. It Is the neat of th" Imperial Tung-Chau, ninety miles distant by watT and Blxty by land. There the passengers land and the freight la taken off. Fekln la eleven miles dlatant from Tung-Chau, and is connected with it government, and has been such for about B00 years. Here the foreign min isters are stationed. Minister Conger, for the United States, Sir Claude MaeDonald, England, and M. Pe Giers, ItuRsiru The population Is estimated to be about 1.600,000. which may te wrong by Beveral hundred thousand, as no census haB ever been taken. The citizens of both Tientsin and Fckln are very hostile toward foreign ers, and the travelers for pleasure who visit either are not many. Tholr at mosphere Is so foul, owing to their dirtiness, that a foreigner, accustomed to clean streets, can hardly breathe it r I Jrr- 3 1L- J1 A : WILLIAM! .11. WT1II fnnTÍ CTA COI. ' IMT kW IM V n which seems to be never carried away. The dwelling houses are con structed of sun- dried brick and ar very poor, but the business buildings are more pretentious. The United States con sulate is one of the best examples of Chinese architecture In its highest form to be found in the city. Tientsin hag a public garden, which receives very good care. In 185!; a treaty was concluded be tween China, Russia, England, France and the United States at Tientsin, and at the convention of Pekin In 1860 the port was made an open one. In reaching Pekin from Tientsin the boats ascend the tortuous river to by a broad stone road and by a canal, either of which may be used by the travelers or by merchants In trans porting their goods. Pekin la better known than any of the other Chinese cities whose names have crept into print since the out break of the Boxers. As la commonly HV ITIIUtM, The "Themple 01 Heaven" is In Pe kin. . The Pel-Ho rlvei empties Into th Gulf of Pe-Chl-Lo As Ji rule boats drawing mor than eleven feet cannot entei It, and the Nawark, Admiral Kempff's flagship, cannot get nearer than seven miles to its mouth. At Its entrance are the Taku forts, and across the gulf are the fortifications of Port Arthur. Boats drawing more than ten feet touch the muddy bottom of the stream almost all the way to Tientsin unless they travel only during high tide and rest when the water is low. The high est tide Is ten feet and the neap tide seven and a half feet As a bar ob structs the entrance to the r.ver all but very light draft boats must wait until high tide to get in. At Tientsin the river Is about 200 feet wide. Only boats that draw from two to three feet can go on to Tung Chau, as the stream Is formed by the confluence of the Pekin and the Yuen Ling rivers Just above Tientsin. FIND PLENTY OF ADVENTURE. Central Anirrlra AfTonU Fine J I. Ill fur Mn of Riivln Habita, There Is as much exciting adventure in Central America as In any other region on tha globe, fays an Amer ican who had an experience there. I once went there and opened up a store In a small town. My stork consisted chUfly of whisky and cartridges, which were the two articles most In demand In that part of the country, but I alao carried small sido lines of tobacco, sardines and fancy percale Bhlrta. One day a big nigger came into the store, smoked what was left of the tobacco, ate the last six boxes of sardines and put on all the fancy per cale shirts one on top of the other. Then he Introduced himself as Gen. Tomasso Somebodyorother, and told me to charge the bill to the army of liberation. While we were arguing about the matter a detachment of gov ernment troops came up looking for my colored friend, and blew the root off the store with a small shell from a mountain howitzer. The general went one way and I went the other, but we both got caught, and the commandant promptly put me under arrest for har boring a notorious rebel. I was taken before the magistrate, and, In order to square himself with the authorities, Tomasso turned state's evidence and swore that I was the head and front of the revolution. The scoundrel had on all my percale shirts at the time he was giving his evidence, and I was so mad I couldn't talk coherently. Still, I think I would have been dis charged If It hadn't leaked out that I had a couple of barrels of whisky in the store. When the magistrate heard that he ordered me locked up and con fiscated my property for the use of the department. The American consul got me out eventually, and I came home In the steerage of a banana steamer." nifj AFtCT ic BEARS. Unilthamilnn Inilllntlnn Will Try to Catch Horn. Tim M;i:i't lx nrs n (ho world lire to b found (m Kndlnk island In the Kulf of Alaska, smith of the prcat kIioiiMiT of territory t lint atiett lien out Into the rnclllc; i"id r. Frank linker of tin Smithsonian institution lias sent Flwood lloicr, n well known guide and hunter of the. Yellowstone park, to cntch one or more of those jrroat mon sters for the natloiuil zoological park. The Kndlnk bonis are of the polnr breed, perfectly wllile, with long, heavy fur, nnd nt full growth are twice ns lnrvre ns the ordinary Muck bear of the Itorky mountains, weighing from 2.400 to 3,'KK) pounds, and standing as high ns an ordinary cow the blEKcst carnivorous nniinnls living. The tracks they leave In the snow are often meas ured fifteen Inches loii and ten Inches wide. They are very savage and fight desperately when attacked. Several have been killed, nnd the skins have been brought to this country, but no Kadlnk was ever captured alive. Dr. Carlton II. Bonn, the llsh expert. who Is In charge of the department of fisheries nt the Paris exposition, while making nn exploration of the fishing re sources of Kndlnk Island Inst year, saw good many of these bears, and de scribes them In prnphlc terms. Ho says that while, climbing a rocky hill one day be saw a large drove of them Pear the const running about and play ing like so ninny lninbs. There must linvc been 150 or '.MO In the bunch, he fcays, aud some of them were enormous. ORIGIN OF THE BOXERS The Boxers are still a mystery to the Chinese minister, who says they were never heard of in China up to the time of bis api-tur. from the country, three years ago. But a Chinese-American named Sun Yow Pang ventures an explanation of their origin. Ac cording to this authority tha present troubles may be related back to the disputes between the progressive par ty, which had the emperor for its figurehead, and the conservative party of the empress dowager. It will be remembered that the emperor blos- played right into the hands of the em press. Like most of her countryman, she hated the foreigners. The re formers were the foreigners' friends. Hence China for the Chinese was the Import of a counter-revolution, and such of the reform íeadeM who did not have their heads cut off were glad to escape to distant lands. After the emprebS was restored to power the Yee Ho Chuan (righteousness, har mony and fists, hence "Boxers") or- ganized their secret society to assist In the work of discouraging thoae re- DOESN'T KNOW RIGHT HAND. Woman Find It Difficult to DUtlnguUh Right from Left. In some little things of life women are absurdly ignorant, saya the Chica go Chronicle: i saw Dy a paper last week that a colored woman was excluded from tes tlfylng In court because she didn't know her right hand from her left. and was, therefore, esteemed too Ig norant for her evidence to be of any value," said an observant Chicago man yesterday. "Now, do you know I don't believe one woman out of six knows her right hand from her left without stopping to consider the matter. I was standing In the foyer of a theater the other day at a matinee watching the audience, mostly feminine, as It passed In. Well, each nald handed her check to the usher and he called out, 'First door to the right,' or "Second door to the left,' as the case might be With hardly an exception those girls turned in the wrong direction; then they d pause to consider, exclaim, 'We're going the wrong way,' and BKurry DacK again, i ma happened so often that I spoke to the user about it 'They always do it,' he replied, laconi cally. 'I usually point bo they'll know the way, but I've neglected to do that today. They're all right if they stop to think, but they never do think.' I myveuT know an lnter.ent young woman who has to make a little mo tion as if she were wrltlrg with both hands before she can determine the right one, and she declares that all her acquaintances are affected in like man ner, o, perhaps, this is a general fernl nine falling, and the colored witness was unjustly excluded." TRIAL OF A BOXER. THIS PRISONER 13 KNEELING BEFORE THE JUIX5E. THE MAN AT THE RIGHT, WITH A BELL-SHAPED HAT. IS THE PROSECUTING ATTORNEY. suined out as a reformer and Issued several edicts which made the repre sentatives of old China shudder with aversion aud dismay. Competent crit ics said at the time that his methods were so crude and arbitrary as to be utterly impractical, though they were inspired by correct motives. Events Justified their predictions. Supersti tions, long-established customs and abuses could not, be overcome at a word, and the reform movement DEATH OF BELLE BOYD. American history probably furnishes no parallel of tha tempestuous career uf Belle Boyd, the famous confederate spy, who died at Ktlbourn City last week. The story of her life reads like the weird tales told In yellow-covered novels. Though not a beautiful wom an, the possessed the art of capturing the hearts of men and was a niuch uiarrled woman. Two of the five hus bands with whom she had lived were Choctaw Indians. While living with one of them la th Indian Territory in ISllO It was report ed that she hud been shot and killed. Her war- huntjuiid procured a quart of whisky ami rode forth to kill tli'''' only to learn that it a woman of similar name had loot her Jie. Long Le- b! became. MuntifiKd with Stone- u:l J ic'-ci.'ii, licüe fcoyd had the rrpu Ulion of Ij iu one cf the moist BELLE BOYD. rior bud her W I s hu Pre formers who were not discouraged enough already, and to help check the foreign devils, among whom, in spite of the contradiction in terms, were the missionaries. As time passed check ing became murdering, and the wick ed old woman either abetted or winked at the crime. This ia why the Impe rial troop have made no headway against tha so-called rebellion and why the powers have united In self-protection. ful and daring horsewomen in the south, and for her feats in this line she was known throughout the country. Bauipaou W Command. "Rear-Admiral W. T. Sampson, United States navy, was the com mander in chief of the said United States naval forces or fleet, and Com modore W. S. Schley. United States navy, was the commanding officer of a division or Bquadron thereof, on duty under the ordeib of said commander in chief. In these words the court ot claims has Judicially determined the famous Sumphou-Schley controversy I hey aro part oí a finding of fact in the decision of the court on the claims of Rear-Adir.lral Sampson and his men to bounty for the destruction of the Spanluh squadron under Admiral Cervfra. The Spanish squadron lg found to have been inferior to thq American force and a bounty of 100 has therefore been awarded for every c.i!'. er and man under Admiral Cer vera's command. The total amount oi bounty klioweü ik I16-S.7UÜ. THE CITY OF PEKIN. Hulve for III t'ormelnr. Berry growers around Benlon ITur bor, Michigan, feel ns though they enn not afford to Hii"end berry picking on Sunday. To square matters with bis conscience, one of the leading men of the county deposited a slip In the col lection Nix nt church which entitles that body to one-hnlf of the return of his berries for the Sunday shipment Aro Too rtlnf Allan' foot-FiwaT It Is the only cure for Swollen, Smarting, Burning, Sweating Feet, Corns and Bunlonn. Ask for Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder to be shaken into the shoes. At all Druggists and Shoe Stores, 25c. Sample sent FREE. Ad dress Allen S. Olmsted, LcRoy, N. X. Inngfr of the liny. "That wns a mean trick Ilnrry play ed Ixiulse." "What wns Itr "Why, he disguised himself as a census-taker and found out her age." f)old Mm11 rrl TrmtlM, IS Cta. The Sclencn of Life, or Hlf Preservation, 8 pofren, with mrraving, 25 cti., ppr rover; cloth, full (ri.t, ft, hr mail. A book for every man, young, middle-aged or old. A million copies ld. Addres The Fea body Medical Institute. No. 4 Bnlflneh Rt., llonton, Mo., the oldest end best lntitnte in America. l'rowrtim Vade Mecum frea. Hlx cts. for postnpe. Write to-day for theee book". Tbey are the keys to health, igor, lúceos and happiness. The Society Kheamatlffm. Doctor Mednm. Is your daughter dis abled by her lame nnkle7 Madam Yes. doctor; that Is, she I laid up In dnytline, but she has to go out every nltfht. Divided Into Two Parte Ralee and It Rtrlrtlons. The city of I'ckln Is In two sections. known as the Talan and Chinese cities. The former, taking Its nnnie from the Tatars who conrjucryl northern China in tüe seventeenth century. Is nearly square and Is surrounded by a wall which Is over fourteen miles long. The Chinese city was originally a suburb and was Inclosed in walls In the six teenth century. This U rectnngulnr In shape, the wnlls somewhat lower than those of the other city and measuring ten miles In length. In the heart of the Tatar city is the Inclosure known as the "Forbidden City," tb home of the emperor, to which ,nii foreigners are idmltted. Around the "Forbidden City" is a large lnolonure known as the Im perial city, also baring high walls and sates. Foreigners are allowed to pass freely through this section of the city. Three lakes are included in the ln- closuros which in winter time are used for skating parties by the imperial household. Numerous temples adorn the two sec tions of the city representing Budd hism, Confiuinnhll'fpjlolinmmedanlsra and the large number of Idols worship ed by the Chinese. There is no foreigu concession in Pekin, but the legations are aitunted near together in the south ern part of the Talur city. They were originally fine Chinese residences, but have been rebuilt to suit the tastes of their present occupants. The Roman Catholics erected three cathedrals, but have been forced ttTwbandon one, as It M-as located too near the Imperial pal ace. Mr. TClnnlow'e Roothlna; Syrup Por rM! drill tethlns:, toftnt ths ruma, reduce ttr OkmoiailoD, aliar pain.curea wlDd oollo. SWo a bottle. ni-iEDY raüALS rmunA, B0 THE WOMEN ALL SAY. r "r"M r-y l. ir) Money Baved In One Direction. "Do you consider finding . horseshoe a litn of good luck?" "That's what; ev ery horseshoe I And reminds me how lucky 1 am not to have a horse to board." "Is heT' letter to "John Is so absent-minded.' "i: whenever I give htm ir.all he goes and malls it." I flo not believe Piso- Cure for Consumption has an equal for oouKtas and colds. Jobs F DoTia, Trinity Springs, Ind., Feb. IS, 1900, "Tney say that Washington ate pea; with his knife." "What If he dldT 1 presume Adam ate peas wun nia lingera." A Rook of Cholea Keeloea 0mt free by Waiter Maker 4k Co. Til. ITrirrssatiar. VUtlUH Mil mvui. Mis Susan Wymar. Mlbs Susan Wymar, teacher in ths Richmond school, Chicago, 111., writea the following letter to Dr. Ilartman re garding Pe-ru-na. She says: "Only those who have suffered as I have, can know what a blessing it la to be able to find relief In Pe-ru-na, This has been my experience. A friend In need la a friend Indeed, and every bottle of Pe-ru-na I ever bought proved a good friend to me." Susan Wymar. Mrs. Margaretha Dauben, 1214 North Superior St., Racine City, Wis., writes: "I feel so well and good and happy now that pen cannot describe it Pe-ru-na is everything to me. I hava taken several bottles of Pe-ru-na for female complaint I am In the change of life and It does mn good." Pe-ru-na has no equal In all of the Irregulari ties and amergenlces peculiar to wom en caused by pelvic catarrh. Address Dr. Ilartman, Columbus, O., for a free book for women only. "Mr. Juhbs encoiirafres his wife to at tend all thee national federation con ventions." "Ves; she must he away now he's sitting on the front plaza without his coat or vest on." Are Inn (iiIiik N.IT Tli piinln t' r.oiite offers ninny chcij exr-'O ln i " I'-s I' ""I : ( tili-iKD sed return, ft f-o He I.euts li nd return, n,erl river points srel return. t,( Aiwo letrmelit!e p'tlnis Rt rm Otre plus V f"r round trio. June 11' 11 , V,Mh, !' n July l:th, 2"lli end AiiKiist 4th; limit Uri"l -r Jlxt. riilindclphiri and return, .tune nth, Mh. end l.'ttl, .''!. I'MedKn nnd return. June ?oh and iMh, $ "' .:i0. I ini hmntl nnd re turn. July Hh, luth and 11th. tiY.V). Knn ss City and return, July 2nd and Jid. ,17 no. We also have others. Tf contemplating a trip, do not fntl to nek for tw kets over "Punta Ke Home." Kul) particulars fur nished by loc;tl mcmls or lv nddrrsBtrnf J. 1'. HALL, (lenernl ArfiiI. "Bnnta Ke ltoute," Denver, Colo. Cheap Kietiralona F.aat. The Burlington will on June lth and 12th put on eule tickets from Denver to C'hieniro, Bt. Louis. I'eorla and all Mis souri river points at rate of one fnie plus I for the round trip. Tn kets Kood for return till October .list. This r:ite open to everybody. O. W. VALLKUY. General Agent. rinywriKht Then you resrnrd my play as of doubtful character. Clitic No, not at all doubtful; It Isn t fit to be put on the staRe. wa csaitrf Vi, sir. For jTonrfiimU comlbrt ' and Tour own. KISES Rcclhcr wttl contribuí morí to H tht V . wrif far lui f prtnlnma iBuil ;j v fr- Tor itMn. r . CHAri r r.. hi Y co. jta.Tcrm, r SHEEP Si Bf in. Wrrte for mi'-YM r-ir. nf 'mV Yes? eoetltnrrsn'a aollcltrrt IftnLLI . OOTH, t.ht on y KtclualT sheap Cummtaalon Company e4 tee aa ffaaep ataxkal ta the world. KaaaaaClLl Bum YemaV "What Is a metropolis. Uncle Dan?" "A metrópolis is a town where a man can wear new yellow shoes without hear ing them referred to disrespectfully." Wanted. Girl for general housework: $25 a month paid to nn experienced, ef ficient, etronir woman. Address J. 8. T., Box 1611, Denver. References required. In these summer months straw travel ing baga show which way the wind blows. laundry Work Made Kaay by csing "Faultless Starch." All grooars ell it large package 10c. Life Is a system of boomerangs; everything- gets back at the man who starts it. The Queen Numerous Progeny. Queen Victoria's family, including the Infant prince, born to the Duke and Duchess of York recently, and counting in addition to her majesty only children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren living, now num bers seventy-four, as follows: Queen, one; sons and daughters living, seven; grandchildren, thirty-two; great grandchildren, thirty-four. The Prince oí Wales' own family is relatively small four children (one son and three daughters) and bIx grandchild ren (three grandsons and three grand daughters). The line of direct succes sion to the throne continues unbroken In Queen, Prince of Wales, Duke of York and the sons of the Duke of York. Their birthdays and their ags are as follows: Queen, birthday. May 24, aged eighty; Prince of Wales, No vember 9, fifty-eight; Duke of York, June 3, thirty-four; Prince Edward of York, June 23, five. Mexican Railroad Finance. The annual report of the Mexican Central railway 1ms some significant figures well worth the study of all those who wish to Invest in Mexican securities and industries. The total gross gnlti for Isv.Lwns ? I.iW.KJZ. The bulk of this ti'lv, . e on tin roecelpts of 1808 was lu.i ic , p ot an increase in local frel.rlit and local piiSMcnger busi ness. The former showed a guilt of 1,175,G80 and the latter ?:!0,551. In ternational freight showed a gain of $-120,200 and International passenger business of $ro:. It will be seen that the locnl business wus the chief factor In putting the Mexican Central where It could meet all its Interest without drawing upon the bnnked-up subsidy fund as in previous years. The year 1SUD was a banner year for the gov ernment of Mexico and for the Central railwny. After Crown Jewels. On the night of the 16th of Septem ber, 1792, the Garde Meuble In Paris, where the crown Jewels of the fallen monarchy were stored, was broken open and rifled of its priceless con tents. Most of these, including the fa mous "Reaent" diamond, now at the Louvre, were, thanks to an anonymous communication, found In a ditch near the Champs Elysees, but it was not till twelve years later when a man who was on trial for forgery confessed to beiug concerned in the robbery that the mystery of their disappearance was solved. Another regalia robbery was that of the crown of Holland, which in 1829 was carried off by bur glars, who having kept it intact for two years disposed of some of the stones In America. These w'ere found at Brooklyn, and recovered, the re mainder being eventually discovered in llclgium. Hard on KnirUah Farmers. Returns Just Issued by the board, of ngriculture are dismal rending for the English fa ruler. From these it is learned that the ever-increasing Im portation of dend meat to the United Kingdom hns rcacii'cd the dally aver age of ovr 2,?.(Ki,fxx) tons, while wheat, butter, eggs, rabbits and game have all enormously Increased In the extent of their importation. The for eign products iH'Ing almost invariably cheaper, the farmers are confronted with the prospect of eventually hav ing no home market. For these con ditions the board of agriculture sug gests no remedy. Fruit is a necessary article of diet. Its prime essences are in Priuiley's California truituum. "Which do you consider the handsom est specimen of architecture on the bou. levard?" "That house covered with Ivy." Diseases of the Rcalp sbould not tieDeglected. Coko Dandruff Cura will clean the head ana cure tne aiseaae. Ixw Kates on Union Factflo. I One fare plus 12 for round trip to Chi cago, St. Louis, Ft. Paul, Minneapolis, ; Duluth. Omaha. Kansas City, Memphis and Intermediate points. Dates of sale 1 June 11th. Uth. 23d. July 12th, 20th, and August 4th. Final limit October list. Bee your local agent or address Ueo. Ady, General Agent, Denver. Jr.Uíilí 1FH irltle II . I h U- ÁVfcgeiable PreparAtiortfor As similating llicFoodandRcgula-LngtheStomachsfjiidBcnvcl3of t r e a UÍÍULÚ "There's another difference between wit and humor." "What's that?" "Humor makes children laugh and wit doesn't" Are tend toktll the hair and turn it fray. Pi.s(sas jRi rUl.ai renwi r.lor and life. HiMiacuKfc, Uio beal cure fur coras, ISctt. Love Is like all other diseases: when tbe victim has had a bad rase and pulled through he feels proud of himself. ITall'a Catarrh Cure Is a constitutional cure. Price, 75a "Flossy and I can't be together at all this summer." "Had a fulling out?" "No; but we accidentally got a lot of Bhlrt waists exactly alike." Kxtremely Low Kates to tha East. Via Union Pacific. One fare plus 12 from Denver, Colorado Springs or Pueblo to Chicago, SL Douls. St. Paul, Minneapo lis. Duluth. Omaha. Kansas City, Mem phis and intermediate points. Dates of sale, June 11th, Uth. 23d, July 12th. 20th, and August 4th. Final limit October Slot, liest equipped and quickest trains out ot Denver. See your local agent or address Geo. Ady, General Agent, Denver, The deepest awe Is that solemn ad miration with which a great society suc cess seems to reirard himself. Promotes Dgcston.Chcerfuí ncss andltest-Contains neither Opium.Morphine norliieraL TÍOX H All C OTIC . Any tfOUArSMiVELFITCKni Apcrfecl Remedy forConstipa Tlon , So uT S tomach, D iarrhoca Worms .Convulsions Jcverish ness and Loss OF SLEEP. Facsimile Signature of NEW YOHK. For Infants nnd Children. The Kind You llavo Always Bought Bears the Signature of EXACT COPY Or WRAPPER. J 9 V 1 AW v In Uso For Ovor Thirty Years 1A tm !! !! VMS eiNTtua caapiNV, rw vees errr. The Typewriter Invention. A (statistician luis proven that the In vention of the typewriter has glvon em jilovtoeiit to rwwi.mrt) people, luit he fails to state how ninny cases of weak stom achs It hns Induced. All people of sed entary occupation need HoBtetter's Stomach Hitters. It helps nature to bear the strain which ensues from con-ilnemeut. Tie Haversack, a War Taper. Mr. Chas. Melnhurt, living In Petora burg, Ind.,' who was drummer In the Twenty-seventh Indiana volunteura, hag In his possession a copy of the Haversack, a little four-column paper, printed on one side, and published 'n the camp of the Twenty-seventh, with, an outfit captured In IlerryvlUe, Va. Journalism -4ul Training-. Senator Baker, of Kansas, Bays he sUrted bin son, I", ilurgoyne liaker, la newspaper work because he believes Journalism is the best of training for any ybung man, no matter whether he Intends to keep It up or to go luto buiu-j other profession. Few IKnfc;:)! Travelers In Iraarv. Thj Tails, Lyou and Mc litenaiii an railroad reports a im of J 00.000 In traille from tbe diu.liiulloa of Lngl'sti travel In l-'runce. Fnderiulned hy Kduratlon. "The aveniKe (raduatc always pre tends to know It nil." "Yea, nnd Hometlnios be doesn't Ret over the tendency even when ho gets to be a college professor. THE NATIONAL CONVENTIONS. Prohibition, at Chicago, June 27, 28, 1900. Tickets on sale June 26, 27. Democratic, at Kansas City, July 4, 19U0. Tickets on sale July 2. 4. The road to take to attend these conventions la the Chicago Great Western railway, the popular "Maple Leaf Route'with Its yestlbuled trains, free chair cars, satisfactory dlulnp car service, and Its unsurpassed sleeping car accommodations. Only one fare for the round trip. For further particulars apply to any agent of the Chicago Great Western, or address F. H. Lord, G. P. & T. A.. 113 Adams street, Chicago. Of Course. "W'e lire not Kuglltdi; I don't think we onclit to continue to say 'paiiiit inciitary' or 'uiipiii'lliinit'iitary.' " "What would you sit"'' "Why, Vonyi-essloiuil' or 'uiicongress loiml.' " Iadlea fu Wear Mim-a. One hie smaller after nr A lien's Foot I.hsc, a iinviliT. It makes tiht or new hliut-ht-UM-. Cures hwo. leu. hot.svvc.al in, ucliiiiff feet, inprowiiiir it i, i s. coros and I Hini.! is. A II ii i u 'g stt, H ml sin e sti res, t.' c. 'i'riiil jtseU .lie I ii K 1 iv liiiii I. Ad dress AUi a ,s (HuiMed. I.e Kov. S. Y. "lUt-by Junes !s luiiUio money bainl iner l.,-t o,i his new' Vila scope m lies." "What ace the pictures '.''' "1 ieali,le-MS of AvulijaMo." BABY'S BAWLS e7My MAM-M-M A ! ! DON'T YOU HEAR BABY CRY ? Do you forget that summer's coming with ail its dangers to the little ones all troubles bred in the bowels. The summer's heat kills babies and little children because their little insides are not in good, clean, strong condition. Winter has filled the system with bile. Belching, vomiting up of sour food, rash, flushed skin, colic, restlessness, diarrhoea or constipation, all testify that the bowels are out of order. If yoo want the little ones to face tte coming' dangers with out anxious fear for their lives, see that the baby's bowels are fently, soothingly, but positively clantd out in the spring time, and mide strong and healthy before hot iveather sets in. The only safe laxative for children, pleasant to take (they ftik for more) is CASCARETS. Nursing mothers make thrir milk mildly pureattve lor the baby by eatinir a CASCAIUIT now and then. Mima eats a CASCARET, baby gets the benefit. Try it! Send for a Í0c box of CASCARETS to-day and you will find that, as we guarantee, all irregularities of the Lltte and big: childrens iruiJcs are 7V " ft c V i i K CANDY CATHARTIC ÍOc. Sa - To any ati if niorUj !,'.'.. i I' I f.oia towil to.- ' C.Ü.I toy, C. It ct an J too p t to 1 uy or Hi f Voi V, di; .. CASCAJ-L'TS t vt.d . g Ivtl i s,t ' I I ALL DRUGGISTS 1 a l a . ' . \n\n J -' -'iy "r--" --. U TtntVir5J , 1 . 6 gallón fur ceo la.