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of Damascus. goornJng a well-filled manger of corn and onto, slipped lids halter to roam over the arid desert, where lie found among the hot sands and burning rocks a scanty crop of thistles; and on the third day he perished. The moral of this to: DON’T BE A PALE GRAY DONKEY. Don’t wander away from home without going over the ever popu- FE ROUTE. — The Santa Fo has lines In 15 States and Territories. It always gets there carefully and on time; and, considering all tilings, to cheaper than other roads. Don’t persuade yourself that any other way is satisfactory; esped&l ly if figuring on a trip to CHICA GO and East. The Santa Fe Is tho shortest line by 30 miles between Kansas City and Chicago, and has few crossings at grade. Its vesti buled flyers are beauties. Two of them leave Colorado points daily. Why not take a tidal trip? Inquire of nearest A. T. & R. F. agent 48-llt WHEN THE KICKS COME IN Is not the title of a new song, nor docs It refer to the backward act ion of that much maligned animal, the mule. It Is a phrase used by tlie Inhabi tants of Oklahoma to designate tho approaching opening of tho fruit ful acres of the Klck&poo Indian reservation. If you wish to find out all about the Kicknpoo lauds, as well as •those belonging to the Wichita and Cominanclie tribes—where cotton, wheat and fruits will pay luuul soinoly—ask J. P. Hall, Colo. Pass. Agent, Santa Fe Route, Denver, for a free copy of Oklahoma folder. “Scenic Line of the World 1 ] DENVER ; 11W RI0 ™NDE RAILROAD THE ONLY LINE PASSING THROUGH salt liaise city ENROUTE TO AND FROM THE PACIFIC COAST. THE POPULAR LINE TO lEADVILLE, GLENWOOD SPRINGS AND ASPEN. THE MOST DIRECT ROUTE TO Trinidad, Santa Fe and New Mexico Points. Reaching all the principal towns and mluiug camps in Colorado, Utah and New Mexico. THE TOURIST’S FAVORITE LINE r TO ALL MOUNTAIN RE&ORTB. AU lliioiigh tinifin equipped with I‘nllinau ralucc ami Tourist Sleeping Cain. “YOKE'S HhAK ROUTB.* OJSUDO MlDlty | | <*RAILWAY» V ALL STANDARD GAUGE BHORTEBT TIMB 1 » « BETWEEN m < i °«™, Colorado gpriagi ui Parti* Wt Uk. Cltr, Ofdn, FUUi Cmi\ u * all NorthwMt Point,, tU X*. ■ltM, LeadrUU, iipa ul 61««woo4 Iprlng*. tOUERY UNEQUALLED I equipment umumwpi cJgtt-’feSL !iyg. nj-Sar- **— ggaw^j&wiattTni m. oollbmah, onu. a. m, w«'t MMMH, mm. MM. AMMT, BolMrtlfla Aairiwa |DBBIGM PATINT*. r s wsrrssp &mt\m mmmm MIDNIGHT PHOTOGRAPHS. Departing Andlence of tfao Broadway Theator Photographed—New Develop ment ef the Wonderfal Art of Photography. Mr. Rock wood, the well-known photo grapher. has conceived and successfully car ried out a new departure In his art, which seems to be a defiance of all previous pho tographic conditions. As good pictures can now be made at midnight as in the blaze of the noon-day sun. A photograph of the au dience of the Broadway theater was re cently taken between eleven and twelve o clock at night, as they were leaving the building. The means for accomplishing this result Is a new pyrotechnic compound which Mr. Rock wood fins Just Introduced. The possibilities of the morning papers pub Hslilng in picture form the events of the preceding day and night are now mani fest. Mr. Kockwood prophesied this some years ago, and now sees bis dreams accom plished. With the resources of this art, It will be well for tho young man about town to be sure that he goes to the theater with his own girl, Instead of some other fellow’s sweetheart. Japanese In Oontrol of Port Arthur. Yokohama, Nov. 2.—lt Is announced hore that tho Investment of Port Ar thur by the Japanese forces by land and sea had been completed and that the forward movement of both the Japanese armies In the direction of Moukden Is being rapidly pushed. It Is added that a portion of Field Mar shal Count Oyama’s force will attack Kinchow Asoya, which is occupied by )the Chinese troops. In the mean while, General Nodzus’ advance col umn is approaching Fung Whang, a fortified town on the main road be twwen Wi Ju and Moukden, bo which place all the Chinese troops retreated after leaving their positions north of the Yalu river. The Japanese expect to defeat the Chinese at both places and there unite tlielr columns before tho walls of Moukden. Deafness Can Not Be Cared by local applications, as they can not reach tno diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure Deafness and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused bv an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube gets inflamed you bAve a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it Is entirely closed Deafness is the result, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its nor mal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an in flamed condition of the raucous surfaces. W# will give One Hundred Dollars for F any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that can not be cured by Hall’s Catarrh Cure. Bend for circulars, free. F. J. CHENEY Sc CO., Toledo, O. UF Sold by Druggists, 76c. 11 Hall’s Family Pills, 25c. I Muffs are fashionable. We say this to console those Americans who tried to piny I cricket with Lord Hawke’s team. Invest Now In the best, most wholesome and most val , uable reading obtainable for 1896. The Youth’s Companion offers uncqualed value and good reading for all the family, and costs but E1.75 a year. Mr. Gladstone, two of Queen Victoria’s daughters, Itudyard Kipling, Mark Twain. J. T. Trowbridge and more thun one hun dred other eminent writers contribute to the • volume for next yeur. New subscribers who send $1.75 at once receive The Companion free until January 1, 1895, Including the Thanksgiving, Christ mas and New Year’s numbers and a year's subscription besides. THE YOUTH’S COMPANION, Boston, Mass. As Is always the case, a severe winter Is predicted. It is Just us easy to predict a severe winter as any other kind. An exclinngo says that in the recent navul engagement several hundred Chinese "bit the grass." It must have been sea-grass. Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rightly used. 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Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug gists in 50c and $1 bottles, but it is man ufactured by the California Fig Syruj. • Do. only, whose name is printed on every ►aekago, also the name, Syrup of Figs, jid being well informed, you will no*, ccept any substitute if offered. >' FREE! ..... assure I Fine Stool. Keona»arn«w THIS KNIFE ! ««*». strung handle. Sr-™ fes wana.- 4&0 Huron fit.. TOMCDO. < nulHi BUSINESS COLLEBE UIfWWIH Catalogue free. V. r. HOOSE. IWOinalia Iklftlllßfl MorpklncUablt Carvd In IO 111 lUIVI Dh.J. Stephens.Lebanon,Oluo. W.MOKUIN IlCllDlvllWaahliiKloii, D. < . 15 yrf I u loot war, Isadjudicating claims, atty .luce, TO INVESTORS I Adores* v Corpus CterUtl, Texas. TREES of BOLD pI oevlSSi fesaw THE CIVIL SERVICE. IMPORTANT CHANGES ARE MADE. Tho President Agrees to a Revision of the Customs f'la* .111 cat lon and tho Exemp tion of Certain Employee from the Civil Service Rules. 1 Washington, Nov. 3.—The president yesterday signed several orders of great importance in connection with the civ il service reform movement, making important extensions of the classified service to offices not heretofore classi fied and revised exisiting classifications in branches of tho service already clas sified so as to bring with it the classffi cation of many places hertofore ex cluded. 1. A revision of the customs classifi cations so as to bring within the service all employes not serving merely as workmen of laborers, without regard to compensation. Heretofore this ser vice has been classified on the basis of compensation, all employes receiving a compensation of SOOO, or a rate of compensation less than SOOO per an num, have been excluded from the clas sification, and therefore not subject to the civil service rules. This action of the president brings the classification of the customs service Into harmony with those of the other branches of the service. 2. An amendment to customs rule extending tho classification to include all customs districts in which there are as many as twenty employes, tho pres ent limit is fifty employes, and under that limit 11 customs districts have been classified. The extension of the classification to include ail districts in which there are as many ns 20 em ployes will bring into tho classified ser vice certainly 11 additional districts and probably several more. 3. An amendment to the classifica tion of tho department at Washington so as to include the classified service, and subject to the civil servlco rules In all the departments, messengers, assist ant messengers and watchmen. 4. An amendment to the civil ser vice rule abolishing the right of trans fer of dues on non-competitive examina tions of persons appointed to excepted places, after one year’s servlco in such places, to classified nan-excepted places. Hereafter persons appointed from the outside to excepted places In any branch of the classified service, cannot be transferred at the end of the year into the places covered by exam ination. 5. An order extending the classifica tion of the postoffice department so as to Include in the classified service of the department the clerks employed In the offices of the postoflice Inspectors. 0. Amendments to the postal rules withdrawing from the excepted class a very large proportion of tho places now excepted from examination. This amendment will transfer from the ex cepted class in the classified postoffice to the noil-excepted class probably not less than 1,500 places, the whole num ber of excepted places In the classified postofflees now being in the neighbor hood of 2,300. Hereafter it will not in clude more than 700 or 800 . 7. An amendment to the department rules withdrawing from the excepted class In the department of agriculture the chiefs of the divisions of entomol ogy, economic ornithology and mam malogy and pomology, and the assist ant chiefs of these divisions. 8. An amendment to the Indian rule providing for the appointment as assist ant teachers In the Indian school ser vice, without civil service examina tion, tho graduates of the Normal classes at the Salem, Ore.; Santa Fe, N. M.; Haskell institute, Lawrence, Kan.; Carlisle school. Carlisle, Pa.; Hampton institute, Hampton, Va.; up on their certificates of graduation. But before they cau be advanced to full teacherships they shall be required to pass the regular civil service examina tion. 0. Allowing appointment without ex amination for not. exceeding 30 days to the places which may be filled by non competitive examination iu the depart ment at Washington in coses of emer gency, pending an examination by the commission. The appointment made under this authority cau continue longer than 30 days. Tho president Ims had these changes under consideration for some time, and before his return from ids vacation, notified tho commission that immediate ly upon his return, lie would cousult with them iu reference thereto. Other important changes Involving an ex tension of the classified service, are still under consideration and only await arrangement of minor details through conference between the civil service commission and the bonds of various departments. COLUMBIAN HALF DOLLARS. They are living Put Into Circulation at Their Fuu» Value. Baltimore Suu: Columbian half dol lars were given out as change in the counting room of the Sun yesterday. They were the first lot of these coins used lu Baltimore iu ordinary busi ness transactions and exchanged at their face value. The coins were oh talued at the United States sub-treas ury, where 10,000 of the Columbian half dollars have Just been received. A letter to Sub-treasurer Hammond from United States Treasurer Morgan at Washington stated that $5,000 In Columbian halves was shipped to Bal timore “to be exchanged at your coun ters In sums at your discretion for gold coin.” “Please give nodee,” said Treasurer Morgan’s letter, “to parties who, in your opluion, may be likely to desire a supply of the souvenir coin that such exchange will bo made, and If it is desirable that your office be supplied with an additional amount kindly ad vise me in the matter.” Tho Columbian half dollars were au thorized to bo issued under an act of congress to tho amount of $2,500,000. It was expected to sell them at a pretn turn which would make their value fit,ooo,oo. This was to be in the nature of an appropriation for the World’s Columbian exposition at Ohlcago last year. Secretary Carlisle baa given notice that $1,705,080 la Columbian silver dol lars, which have been stored iu tbe lioasury at Washington and the sub ; treasuries at Philadelphia and Chicago, < may be had in any quantities to suit in exchange for gold coin. FIGHTING A GUERRILLA WAR. Business in Peru in a Paralytic State. New York, Nov. 3.—A correspondent in Lima, Peru, sends this dispatch: “Business is in a paralytic state throughout the republic. The Injury done already to the commercial Interests of the country Is Incalculable and it will be many years before Peru recovers It self from this warfare, which seems to bo as far from the end as ever. “In a battle between the government forces and guerrillas In Ithaco the lat ter were victorious and remain In pos session of the town. The loss on both sides was severe and the fighting hard. “In Pi mental the government troops surprised Theodore Seminaro and his followers, a sharp fight ensued in which the guerrillas were considerably worsted, leaving behind them several dead and wounded, besides some pris oners. Theodore Semlnarlo himself narrowly escaped being taken and only succeeded in getting away owing to tho swiftness of his horse. He succeeded in carrying off the body of his brother Alipio, who was killed. “In the South, where tho guerrillas are weak, various small bands have been overtaken and dispersed by the government forces. In Canan the guer rillas are said to be occupying tli«\> heights and mountain while Perfect Munis is maneuvering so ns to hem them in and force a decisive battle. “Mr. Frye, the British vice consul of Chicaylo, who manages the Cartavio estate, has been one of Seminario’s lat est victims of robbery. The guerilla leaders sent a force to the estate to demand 5,000 sols. Mr. Frye, who was in bed when the guerrillas arrived, promptly refused to pay it and was taken to the presenco of tlielr chief. Semlnarlo apologized for the uncere monious conduct of his followers, but insisted on the payment of the 5,000 sols, which Mr. Frye was compelled to deliver.” ALLEGED DESPERADO CAUGHT. Joe Rvnns Starved Into Submission by Now Mexican Ofllrlal*. Denver, Nov. 4.—A special from Al buquerque to the Denver Republican says: After a pursuit of about ten days Joe Evans, who is charged with being one of the leaders of an alleged gang of stock thieves and general des peradoes. was brought here tills after noon and lodged in jail. About the first part of September a fiock of 25,000 sheep belonging to Elias S. Garcia was stolen and driven to within a few miles of tills city. Early on the morning of September 7 the room of Mr. Garcia in this city was entered and an attempt made to assas sinate him. He was shot through the breast, the shot having evidently been aimed at his heart and the left arm shattered with another bullet, wliilo the victim was asleep. A few days after the mysterious shooting Pedro Garcia went out to the ranch and immediately returned and reported the theft of the sheep. In tho meantime Joe and Jesse Evans had ne gotiated for the purchase of a saloon In tho city and os they were not known to have money several rumors were soon set afloat. Then tho officers discovered that the Evans were sell ing small flocks of sheep to various parties, principally to tho butchers, and that the sheep had belonged to Mr. Garcia, who had been shot. Tho Evans got wind that they were In a hot hole and Jesse made haste to Tex as. Joe eluded the officers until tlie grand Jury Indicted him and then left for the Manzano mountains. Deputy sheriffs followed him and when Evans saw them coming ho barricaded him self in a house. The officers tried to dislodge him, but fearing that some of them would be killed the officers re treated to a safe distance and kept watch on tlie house for three days and starved Evans Into surrender. STORM ON ERIE. Four* Expressed for the Safety of Lake Vessels. Buffalo, N. Y., Nov. 3.--A terrible storm Is raging on Lake Erie. Tho high winds began at 5:45 tills morning and increased to nearly (10 miles an hour at 10 o’clock. This afternoon tho wind had abated a trifle. Shortly after noon the barge Porter was sighted near Windmill Point. Her sails were torn and a small piece of canvas hoisted about 100 feet was the only means of propelling tho barge. The tug Johnson got a line to her Just outside the wall and got her behind shelter. The men on board were thor oughly exhausted. Wheelman Thorspi lay in the cabin in an unconscious condition from a frightful wound in his head. He lmd been struck by tho wheel when one of tho fierce waves washed over the ship. Another sea man was washed overboard and was rescued. At noon the Badger State was discovered about live miles up the lake on the south shore. She was Hying danger signals and four of Maytham’s biggest tugs wero sent to her. The Idaho, from Duluth, laden with copper and flour, narrowly escaped being beached. She was rescued by tugs. Her cargo had shifted. Hon. 811ns Hnnohett Dead. Idaho Springs, Colo., Nov. Jv —Tho Hon. Silos Ilanchett died at his home In this city at l o’clock p. m. to-day of pneumonia nt the age of 73 years. Originally of the slate of New York, Mr. Ilanchett has been a resident of tills county for many years. Ho was engaged iu business and mining at Empire until about five years ago, when he was appointed resident mana ger of the famous Lamartine mine when ho removed to Idaho Springs. He at once took a leading part In ev ery movement looking to the advance ment of this city and section and our most handsome business block as well jis oue of the most lovely residence properties here* stand as a monument to his public spiritedness and energy. The HnptliU Protest. Little Rock, Ark., Nov. 3.—The state Baptist convention in session at Lo norc last night unanimously adopted a resolution expressing alarm at the com ing power of tho Roman Catholic church over the congress and federal government, and denouncing all tegto lation giving federal revenues In sup port of Roman Catholic or other sec tarian schools. |! The latest investigations by | p the United States and Cana- | Ip dian Governments show the } m Royal Baking Powder supe- jj rior to all others in purity and | leavening strength. | Statements by other manufacturers to the contrary have been declared by the | official authorities falsifications of the e official reports. S ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 10« WALL BT., NEW-YORK. QjjL Tho Friendly Iturglnr. "I always was foml of little children,” said the retired burglar, “and once I served ii term on that account. I had gone Into a hotiHe In the western part of the state and rummaged about down stairs and finally got up and got Into a room where there was a man and Ids wife and a little baby all asleep. Thu baby was In the cradle that stood at the foot of the bed; not far from the cradle, standing against the wall wns a bureau. 1 transferred whatever there was of value In the bureau and then I turned to the baby; I couldn't help It. I turned my light on the kbl to look nt him and It woko him up. He stared at me a little and then he began to smile and double up his fists at me. “Well, he looked so funny that I chucked him under the chin and that seemed to tick le him Immense; he threw up Ids legs and Ids arms and laughed inore’ii ever and tried to say something; til he could say was ‘C.oo-o-o,’ but that wns enough. You’ve heard of women so tired von couldn’t wnke them up tiring a canon in the next room that would wake up In a ml unto If the baby turned Iu Ids cradle? Well, when this ba by said ‘Goo-o-o’ Its mother not only woko up Instantly but she began to get up before she was fully awake; and all the time she was looking toward the cradle and she saw tlie light long before I could douse It. Then she Hcreumed and I made a break for the door. "But the man got there before I did and, besides being very quick, he was very nble liodled and not the least hit afraid; in fact, he was a better man than I was nnd tho ii; ..ot of this business was that I got four years and six mouths Just for stopping to chuck a little shaver under the chin.”— New York Sun. Misery After Me ills. Tho oppressive embargoes levied upon the Inner man by Ids inveterate enemy, dyspepsia, after meals, are lifted and the yoke east oft by that sovereign medicinal liberator from bodily ailments, Ilostotter's Stomach Hitters. Heart burn, llatulenco. oppression ut tho pit of tho stoinuch, tho presenco of bllo whore It does not belong, aro alike remedied by this potent re former of u disordered condition of the gastrio organ and the liver. It is tho prince of tonics and stomachics, invigorating nt the sumo timo that It remedies, both appetite and sleep are Improved by It. A wineglass before or after meals, and boforo retiring will bo found an effi cient restorative of the ability to digest and as similate and to rest tranquilly. Uso it for ma larial, kidney and rhoumullo troublo and for constipation. For tho aged and lullrm It Is highly beneficial. Possibly tho endency incn havo to go out nnd take a drop between the acts Is caused by tho curtain doing something of the sumu Hurt Itself. A single young man, with five years’ gen eral business experience In New York City, would like to correspond with hanker, mer chant, rancher, manufacturer or any one needing his services, with a view to enter ing Ids employ for a long period on mutual terms. Ho Is well bred nnd honest, robust, youthful, energetic nnd lias perfect habits; does not drink, can do almost anything, anu will go anywhere; good writer, having been employed nH an ofilcc clerk; has splendid letters of recommemlntlon. Address K, care of Street & Johnson, 1023 Curtis street, Denver, Colo. All things coine to him who waits. Includ ing a buhl head, false teeth, ear trumpets nnd a lot of miscellaneous troubles, and among them the Corbett-Fltzslminons tight. Tho Baltimore team Indorses that remark of Ham Jones that there Is something wrong when n preacher gets $-100 nnd a base ball pitcher $4,000. Li Hung Chang, having been deprived of so much of his raiment, must realize how npproheusivo Adam felt on tho npprouch of cold went bet. Cash paid for ntato warrants, Cripple Creek riot certificates, hank certificates, building and loan association books, etc. W. C. Packard, 810 Cooper Block, Denver. A base hull player goes out on threo strikes, but workingmen discover that they are out on one Htrlkc. Plso’s Remedy for Catarrh I* not a liquid or n snuff. It qtiicklv relieves Cold In tho Head, Headache, Ac., uml really cures Catarrh. GOc. An lOugllsh actress, who has Just come over, says that "tho dear country grows on me. Try a "bawth,” with plenty of soap and a scrubbing brindi. IggSiia, For Twenty Years Scott’s Emulsion has boon endorsed by physicians of the wholo world. There is no secret about its ingredients. Physicians prescribe Scott’s Emulsion because) they know what groat nourishing and curative prop erties it contains. They know it is what it is represented to bo ; namely, a perfect emulsion of tho best Norway Cod liver Oil with tho hypophosphites of lime and soda. Tor Oougha, Golds, Sore Throat, Bronohitis, Weak Langs, Consump tion, Sorofala, Anosmia, Weak Babies, Thin Children, Riokets, Mar -1 aamna, Loss of Flesh, General Debility, and all conditions of Wasting. The only genuine Scott’s Emulsion is put in salmon colored v rapper. Refuse inferior substitutes 1 Sendfor pamphlet on Scott't Emulsion* FREE. loott A lowne, N. Y. All Druggists. 80 osnts and 11. We desire to Inform a contributor that It Is too late now to publish a Joke about Sep tember nnd the oyster. Next year, perhaps, we will make room for It. The St. James Hotel, Denver. Perfect cooking, variety In the bill of fare, excellent service and attention to the com fort of guests make this old-established and reliable hotel a favorite atopplug place In Denver. Rates, $2.00 per day; $1.50 for evening dinner, room anil breakfast; SI.OO for room and breakfast. Being situated op posite the Tabor Grand Opera Ilouae and accessible to the principal business stores, hanks, Btreet and cable cars and places of amusement, makes It the best located hotel In the city. The blue car starting In front of depot passes the hotel. Running for ofilcc Is a risky business. Only a strictly sober man should try to walk a tight rope. If the Ilahy is Cutting Teeth. De ears and uno that old and well-tried remedy, Mrs. Winslow's Bootiuxo Britur for Children Teething- Instead of these being the piping times of pence, they arc the piecing times of pipe— stove pipe. “Hanson’s Muglo Corn Salve.” Warranted to core, or money refunded. Ask your druggist for .t. Price, 15 cents. 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