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A. TABLE showing the various crime for which prisoners are now incarcerated in
the penitentiary, apportioned to the various twenty-one Judicial districts of the
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fa Ml;:::;i:;ii:;;::;:ca; I Burglary, flret dagiee, and grand larceny......,.,
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m I !!: j j j ::::; m: i i :! i I Burglary, third degree, and grand larcenj ......... ..,,.
m :j;j::M;;S;;;'!;;;;i1 Concubinage, taking female under 18 years, ...,
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Topeka Commonwealth. j
Gen. J. C. Caldwell, member of the
fatn hnarrl of TmrrlonR. id in receirjt of .
statistical tables, one of which appears .
elsewhere in this paper, from Eev. "W,
H. Crawford, chaplain of the penitentiary,
The work was done by a military prison-
er confined there.
The first table contains the number ol
prisoners confined in the Kansas State
penitentiary, properly .classified by ju
It will be observed that the largest
number of prisoners 83, are from the
Eleventh judicial district, which consists
of the counties of Crawford, Cherokee,
Montgomery and Labette. The smallest
number of prisoners 11 from any judicial
district is from the Twentieth, which
comprises the counties of Kice, Barton,
Stafford and Pratt.
The crime for which the greatest num
ber of prisoners are incarcerated is, of
course, grand larceny, which comprises
S27 prisoners out of a total of 732.
Tho next in order is mur
der, 42 followed by assault with intent to
kill 29 and burglary. The following coun
ties have no representatives at Lansing:
Davis, Washington, Hess, Eush, Hodg
man, Finney, Hooks, Decatur, Rawlins,
Sheridan and Graham, Barber, Co
manche, Stafford and Pratt. The best
Bhowing is probably made by Washing
ton, which had a population of 18,701 in
How to Get Trade in Summer.
Albany Evening Journat.
Entering the store of a prosperous city
merchant, yesterday, a gentleman a
stranger in town, expressed surprise at
.the busy scene that greeted him. He
inquired of the proprietor how it was
that he was getting more than his share
of business in these dull, midsummer
days. The merchant replied: "I attrib
.ute the excellent business I do every
summer to just two things: First, I
advertise bargains and keep my store
before the public; second, when the pub
lic callB I satisfy it by keeping my adver
tised promises. It coat me ?6,000 to
to learn this lesson, and it has paid me
at least $25,000. During three successive
summers during the hard years that
followed 187c, I ran behind in this store
on an average of $2,000 every year, I
made up my mind that there was busi
ness to do and that I would do it. In
the middle of the worst and dullest year
that we had, when clerks were absent on
their vacation and half of the force in
the store was idle, I stared in and spent
$1,200 in advertising midsummer bar
gins, remnants, old stock and so on.
Within a week my store was so full of
business that I had to Eend for every
clerk, who was away and I added two
extra clerks. That year, instead of a loss
of $2,000 in the summer, I made $2,500
besides what I paid for advertising. I
have kept it up ever since. That was
the most expensive lesson I ever learned,
but it was the most instructive and the
most remunerative. If I had to start in
business again, as poor as when I started,
I would make it a rule to spend at least
one-half of what my rent cost in adver
tising in home papers. I would not
waste it in cheap methods, but I would
spend it judiciously in the best and high-
1riced department and in the best and
Eureka Messenger. B.R. Mulvin in
forms us that he purchased from J. B.
Johnson a ho weiehine 650 pounds.
Considering the fact that this is an "off
year we trunk that WU pounaa is prewy
hard to beat
Abduction for prostitution..
Accessory after mnrder ...
Aiding prisoners to escape..,
Assault to Hit
Arson, third degree.
Assault to kill and grand larceny..
Assault to ml. larceny and grand larceny
Assault to kill, robbery and escape from Jail,
Assault to malm.,
Assault to rape,..
Assault to rob..........
Assault to rob and kilU..
Attempted grand larceny..
Attempted manslaughter and grand larceny..
Attempt to polscn....
Attempt to rob.
Manslaughter, second dtgree.
Manslaughter, third degree..
Manslaughter, lourth degree ,
Murder, second dtgree-
m I Obtaining money by false pretenses..
. I Obtaining money by false pretenses and forg ry.
I Keceiving stolen goodi.,
K-ceiving stolen money.
Kobbery, first deg'ee.
I Robbery, scond d gree.,
m? to kill.
Much excitement has been made by
reports recently published on the vile
condition of the slums of London. In
one cellar was found a family consisting
of a man sick with small-pox, his dying
wile, three halt naked and dirty chil-
dren, and one pig. In some parts there
is one gin-mill to every hundred persons.
What defilement 1 Yet corresponding
impurities often defile the human blood.
They can be cast out by Brown's Iron
Bitters, the great strengthener and
purifier. Mr. B. J. Strange, of Stark
Lake, Florida, says : "Brown's Iron Bit
ters is the best blood purifier I ever tried.
It gives all the satisfaction a man can
HE KNEW IT AIX.
But un Inquisitive Old Gentleman Was too
Much for Him.
The youth had been patronizing the
young ladies by vouchsafing choice bits of
superior wisdom. "You remember what
Caeser said when he was about to cross
the Rubicon?" said the old gentleman.
"Certainly," replied the youth, with a
careless glance of pity at the young la
dies, who of course, could not be expect
ed to know every-thing that a man
knows. "And of course, you are equally
familiar with the life of Peter the Her
mit?'.' continued the old gentleman. "I
should say that I was," replied the
young man quickly, but not without a
slightly troubled look in his face. "And
Semiramide," the older gentleman went
on, you recall his famous saying?" "Yes,"
gasped the youth, wishing that the old
gentleman might be struck with apo
plexy as soon as convenient. "I am glad
you remember it," said the old gentle
man with animation, "for I've clean for
gotten it. Now, if you'll be kind enough
and no doubt the ladies would be glad to
hear it also."
The youth by this time wished that
the old gentleman had died in infancy,
and as for the ladies, he couldn't help
thinking how much better it would have
been had they never been born. "By
the way," pursued the old gentleman,
seeing the youth hesitated, "who was
Semiramide? He had something to do
with the last Franco-Prussian war,
hadn't he?" "Yes, O yes," replied the
youth, catching at the bait with eager
ness, while something like a giggle was
passed around among the young ladies,
as if it were a paper of caramels. "And
Peter, the Hermit, was instrumental in
bringing about a peace at the close of
that struggle?" "Yes." The youth said
this very faintly. "But Caesar held out
and marched his shattered force into the
Wallachian principally?" "That's the
way I remember it," replied the youth,
with a desperation born of dispair. Then
the old gentleman looked at the young
ladies, who were engaged in stuffing
their mouths full of pocket-handkerchief,
and then he looked at the youth
and exclaimed: "Ah, sir, how I envy you
your store of knowledge! What a com
fort you must be to your parents!" Then
Then the youth got up and went out in
to the cheerless night, and cursed the
old gentleman behind his back. And
the young ladies laughed in unison, but
the noise of their laughter was over
borne by the merry peals of the old gen
tleman. "A machine has been invented which
wraps up oranges in tissued paper more
neatly and rapidly than it can be done
Don a Similar Daagr Tbremtem XrerymM
of VsT How Fabll Attention Is Directed
Rochester (N. YJ Correspondence Zndlntpolls
" Judge," said a young lawyer to a very
successful senior, "tell me the secret of
your uniform success at the bar."
"Ah, youngman, that secret is a life
study, but I will giveit to you on condi
tion that yon pay all my bills during this
session of court."
u Agreed, sir, said the iunior.
"Evidence, indisputable evidence."
At the end of the month the judge re
minded the young man of his promise.
"I recall no such promise."
- "Ah, but you made it"
"Your evidence, please?"
And the judge, not having any wit
nesses, lost a case ior oncei
The man who can produce indisputable
evidence wins public favor. I had an in
terview yesterday with the most success
ful of American advertisers, whose ad
vertising is most successful because al
ways backed by evidence.
"What styles of advertising do you
use?" I asked H. H. Warner, Esq.
"Display, reading matter and para
graphs of testimonials?"
"Have you many testimonials?"
In answer he showed me a large cabi
net chock-fuh "We have enough to fill
Boston, New York, Chicago, St. Louis
and Philadelphia morning papers.
"Do you publish many of them?"
"Not a tithe. Wonderful as those we
do publish, we have thousands like them
which we cannot use. 'Why not?' Let me
tell you. 'Warner's safe cure' has proba
bly been the most successful medicine
for female disorders ever discovered. We
have testimonials from ladies of the high
est rank, but it would be indelicate to
publish them. Likewise many statesmen,
lawyers, clergy men.doctors of worldwide
fame have been cured, but we can only
refer to such persons in the most guard
ed terms, as we do in our reading arti
cles." "Are these reading articles successful?"
"When read they make such an im
pression that when the 'evil days' of ill
health draw nigh they are remembered,
and Warner's safe cure is used.
'No, sir. It iB not necessary now, as at
first, to do much constant and extensive
advertising. A meritorious medicine sells
itself after its merits are known. We
present just evidence enough to disarm
skeptics and to impress the merits of the
remedies upon new consumers. We feel
it to be our duty to do this. Hence, best
to accomplish our mission of healing the
sick, we have to use the reading article
Btyie. People won't read plain testi
monials," "Yes, sir, thousands admit that had
they not learned of Warner's safe cure
through this clever style they would still
be ailing and still impoverishing them
selves in fees to unsuccessful practition
ers.' It would do your soul good to read
the letters of thanksgiving we get from
mothers grateful for the perfect success
which attends Warner's safe cure when
used for children.and the surprised grati
fication with which men and women of
older years and impaired vigor testify to
the youthful feelings restored to them by
the same means."
"Are these good effects permanent?"
"Of all the cases of kidney, liver, uri
nary and female diseases we have cured,
not two per cent, of themtreport a return
of their disorders. Who else can show
such a record?"
"What is the secret of Warner's safe
cure permanently reaching so many ser
"I will explain by an illustration: The
little town of Plymouth, Pa., has been
plague stricken for several months be
cause its water supply was carelessly
poisoned. The kidneys and liver are
the source of physical well-being. If
polluted by disease.all the blood becomes
poisoned and everv organ is affected and
this great danger threatens every one who
neglects to treat himself promptly. I was
nearly dead myself of extreme kidney
disease, but what is now Warner's safe
cure, cured me, and I know it is the
only remedy in the world that can cure dis
orders,ioT I tried everything else in vain.
Cured by it myself, I bought it and, from
a sense of duty presented it to the world.
Only by restoring the kidneys and liver
can disease leave the blood and the sys
tem." A celebrated sanitarian physician once
said to me. "The secret of the wonder
ful success of Warner's safe cure is that
it is sovereign over all kidney, liver and
urinary diseases, which primarily or sec
ondarily make up the majority of human
ailments. Like all great discoveries it is
The house ofH. H. Warner & Co..
Btands deservedly high in Rochester,and
it is certainly matter of congratulation
that merit has been recognized all over
the world, and that this success has been
The oat crop. is reported immense in
JM. SHAFFER, Madison, Wis., says: "I
cured a hone ol the worst case of scratches
that I ever saw, with Veterinary Carbollsalve.
Of all the salves or ointments that! ever saw. this
is the "boas." 23 and 50 cents at Druggists.
Ifhen Baby waa sick, we gave her Caatorla,
"When ahe waa a Child, she cried for Caatoria,
When she became Miss, she clang to Caatoria,
When she had Children, she gare them Caatoria,
Some corn in Kingman county meas
ures seven feet in height.
If you are losing your grip on life, try
'Well' Health Renewer." Goes direct to
Barber county sivs the Oressett bids
fair to be the finest fruit county in the
If you are failing; broken, worn out' and
nervous, use" weua'neaiuiiteneweT.y i.
About fifteen bushels to the acre will
be the wheat yield in Davis county this
"Rough on Fain. .
Cures cholera, colic, cramps, diarrhcea,
aches, pains, sprains, headache, nemralsrta,
rheumatism. 20c Bough on Paha Pias
ters, 16c. -j
The recent heavy rains have inter
fered much with the work of harrestimg
in Phillips conhty. f 'Jf
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m ttm MMf 07 0 n Sttwmrti JTmbJU
Potato bugs are doing considerable
damage in certain localities, and it is
feared will cut the crop short.
Every nervous person should try Cars
tes Little NERVE Pills. They are made
specially for nervous and dyspeptio men
and women, and are 'just the medicine
needed by all persona who, from any
cause, do not sleep well, or who fail to
get proper strength from their food.
Cases Tweak stomach, indigestion, d
nensia. nervous and sick nci
readilr Yield to the use of
Nerve Pills, particularly if Com'
witi Carter's Little LiTaxPilkt In
at 25 cents.
Despite flood, web worms and other
pests corn will make an extraordinary
crop in Wilson county this year.
If Ton Want a Doc
Send 15 cents for Doo Boris's Guide,
100 engravings, colored plate. Associated
Fanciers, 237 South Eighth Street, Phil
adelphia, Fredonia Citizen: The chinch bug has
had a hard row to hoe this season on ac
count of the excessive wet weather.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backache, Headache, Toothache,
Sore Throat, Swellings, Sprain, Brultes,
Barns, Scalds, Frost Bites,
AND AIX OTHER BODILY PAUS AND AlHES.
Boldbf Dniffiita and Dealers ererrnhere. Fifty CenU a bottle.
Directions la II Languages.
THE onAltI.ES A. VOCELKU CO. .
(Suommoi, to A. VOOELTR & CC ) Balllrooa'c. Hd C. S. A.
I have DPATi n. errant
sufferer from Hay-Fever
ior xa years. 1 read oi t r e
woudrons cures byEly't
Cream Balm and though'
I would try once more
After one application I
was wonderfully helped.
Two weeks aeo I com
menced u-ing it and now
I feel entirely curfd. It i
the greatest discover;
Claek, Farmer, Lee
has gained an envia
ble reputation wherever
Known, displacing all other preparations. At
particle is applied inlo each nostril; no pain;
agreeable to-use. Price 50c. by mail or at drug
gist. Send for circular.
ELY BROTHERS, Druggists, Oswego, N.Y
a L COFRAN, - Proprietor
MmvaMMd.nfft&lfomStreell, Hens Mali
IPopelta., - Kansas.
Mnflutmt u6Dm1wIb.1I J&tfiw
-KE2XT23 FOR PRICES.
saWVu T taaBS
HfiVi 1 1 n hi
for Infants and Children.
"CastorfaissoireUadaptedtochildrenthat I Castorls enres Colic, Constipation,
IrecommenditastnperiortoanyprescriDtion I Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation,
taowatome." al ABCHi M.D., I Lg " P"0
1118o,CWortlSt.,Brookljn,N.T. Without inhrioas medication.
Tbb Cnni.T7s Cokfaht, 183 Fulton Street, N. Y.
CLKHART CARRIAGE and HARNESS M F G GO.
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., tomb Mara
We enrolov no asents.
what you order la not
Top Boggles at 90,
usually soia ior xus
Our Harness are all N.
Leather. Single, S850 to S20.
Evervthin f nllv mrraitM. Ha.
S IB v. Mm it.
fore buvini?. send for our Illustrated
6t-Dafro Catiloene free. AddreraYV.
PRATT. Sec'v. Elkhart.
Wi Retail at Wh
olesale Prices.' ySf Examining
Man and Beast.
Mustang Liniment is older than
most men, and used more and
more every year.
Ttxrfn MIMillTmu nf T.lvn k4 VIJ-.
troubles when properly taken. It is a perfect
torn of the poisonous humors that derelop in
LlTHr. KldllKT and ITHnainr Hicn. -
tying away all Bolionoos matter and re
atorlnz the Blood to a healthy condition,
enrichlnr It, refreshing; and invigorating
Mind and Body. It prevents the growth to
Berlons Illness of a Daneerons Class of
Diseases that begin in mere trivial ail
ments, and an too apt to be neglected as such.
THOUSANDS OF OASES
f the worst forms of these terrible diseases
aave been quickly relieved and in a short
ame perfectly cured by tho use of Hops 6c.
Dp not get Hops and Malt Bitters con
nnded with Inferior preparations of similar
lame. Take Nothing: hut Hops & Malt Bit
ers If you want a sure Cure.
HOPS & MALT B1HERS CO, DEmorr.Hica,
Enters the system from unknown
causes, at all seasons.
Shatters the Nerves, Inaalrs Digestion, aai
ickly and completely cores MaliTia,and Chills
Fevers. Mar Intermittent Ifavera. I.tm.
sitndc, Ijack of Energy, it has no equal. It
enriches and purifies the blood, stimulates the ap
petite, and strengthens the muscles and nerves.
It does not injure the eth. cause headache, or
produce constipation aH other Iron medicines do.
Father T J. Rmllt, the patriotic and scholar?
Catholic Divine, of Arkansas, says:
"I have used Brown's Iron Bitters with the ijreat
et satisfaction for Malaria, and as a preventive of
Chills and like diseases, and wffl always keep it on
bind as a ready friend."
Genuine has above trade mark and crossed red lines
on wrapper Take no other. Hade only by
BROWN (JHKHIOAXi CO., BALTIMORE, MD.
Ladies' Hahd Book usfnl and attractive, con
taining hst of prizes for iuJSWj. information about
coins, etc., given away by all dealers in medicine, or
mailed to any address on receipt of 80. stamp.
606 & 603 Wyandotte St., KANSAS CITY, M0.
secular Graauats la 1:2210120. 17 yrspraeues
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Uuarantyuure or money reiunaea. unarves
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RH EU IVI ATI S WITRhHEuVcucuRsE
A POSITIVE CURE tor RHEUM ATIS51. $500.foranj
case thi treatment fads to cure or h:lp. Greatest discoverj
In annals of medicine One dose gives relief a few doses re
moves feverana pain m joints ; ('ure completed in 5 to idays
Pend tflt"n"it ot , w,th tmn for Circulars. Call, or ad.
Or Henderson. fViWvandoteSt., Kansas Ciiy.Mft.
I3naaa Aafrfaa... f ! wi I n iiMii7aTi I H 1 1 w tmt M'
mediate relief in the worst caEes4nsures comfort-1
tried convince themottektptical, Piice6Qcsndl
fOTBtaniR Da. B. 8CHIFFJ
Coal oil dilated, one part coal oil and
seventy-four parts water, is a splendid
remedy for web worms, says the Cha
and if srO0 s.43:Tw4eaUd
Hie Best J
The ITSHBRAflD SLICKER it warranted iraterproof, and will keep yon dry I
inthehardettitorm. The new POSLM EIj SLICKER U a perfect ridinjf coat,!
and covers the entire (addle. Beware of Imitation. None genuine without the I
"Fuh Brand" trade-mark. Illustrated Catalogue fiee. A-J.Tower, BortonMaM.J
is a secret aid to beauty.
Many a lady owes her fresh
ness to it, who would rather
not tell, and you carit telL
Tali all tht Kidatyi nd Hyot
Take all fha Blood purifiers,
Take all the EhmmaXi remadiat;
T-Take all the Ague, Fever and bilioeJ
Take all the JBram and Nerve fete
Take all the Great health restorer,1
In short, take all the beat qualitiei
all these and the bat
Qualitiet of all the best medians
the world, and yon will find that Et
JSttten nave the beat caraU?e qnalr
and powers of all concentrated in th
And that they will core when anv
alloftheae. sinclyor combined Fail"!!!
A thorough trial will frive noeitive
proof of this.
Five years ago I broke down with kid
ney and liver complaint and rheumafi
Since then I have been unable to bat
about at all. My liver became hard like
wood; my limbs were puffed up im
filled with water. j
All the best physicians agreed thai
nothing could cure me. I resolved to try
Hop Bitters ; I have used seven bottles r
the hardness has all gone from my lively
the swelling from my limbs, and it has
worked a miracle in my case ; otherwise I)
would have been now in my grave.
J. W. Morkt, Buffalo, Oct. 1, 188U
Poverty and Buffering. j
"I was dragged down with debt, poverty ans!
snSerlng'for years, caused by & sick family and:
large bills for doctoring. ,
I waa completely discouraged, until one year
ago, by the advice of my pastor, I commence
using nop xjincm, nuu iu ouo mum a we were au
well, and none of us have seen a sick day sineeJ
and I want to say to all poor men, you east keep
your families well a year with Hop Bitters for less)
than one doctors visit will cost you. I know JCTj
Trosecute the Sxctndleratlt i
If when you call for Hop Bitters, set area eftssj
terofEopt on the white label) the druggist hands)
out any stuff called C.D.Warner's German Bm
Bitters or other "Hop" name, refuse it and shes?
that druggist as you would a riper, and if he has!
taken your money for the stuff Indict him for that
fraud and sue him & r damages for the swinn
die. and vre will reward you liberally for the coaJ
Is IM I ail vllVmf f f SIS
KIDNEY DISEASES, .
AND BLOOD DISEASES.
PHYSICIANS ENDORSE IT HEARTILY.
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Z ever used." Dr. p. o. Ballon, Monkton, VS.
"Kidney-Wort is always reliable.
Dr. B. 2T. Clark, So. Hero, Vt,
"Kidney-Wort has cured mywlfl) after two years
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IN THOUSANDS OP CASES
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harmless In all cases.
OTt cleanses theBleofl aad Strengthens sjsd
Ctves New life to all the important organs of
thctxxXy. The natrral action of the Kidneys Is
restored. The Zdver la cleansed of all disease,
and the Bowels move freely and healthfully.
In this way the wont diseases axe eradicated
from the system.
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