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IJUdi SHiiAi.A WKWKM J3AZUO EEBEUABT 3, 1891.
WATER FARMING. ere Ig Profit in Raisinjr Fish and Froga" For tlarkft. It has not been many years since ater farming was added to the possi- ilities of "agriculture" in Indiana. It egan as a divrs-on. It has become a usiness. Enough time has now apsed to demonstrate that water rminET may be made practicable and rofitable at least as profitable as some ther rural occupation, and more en- c ng than the ordmary life of an agri- ultur st As much money can be made an acre of water as off an acre of nd, including well-located fish and og ponds on the one hand and ordinary rming on the other. One of the p oneers in water farming Indiana is Mr. Joseph Manlove, of ilton. Seven years ago he bought a all piece of low land lying between e Wh te Water Canal and White ater (river). He determined to flood e lowland and to add to his possea- ons the ad o ning high land for park urposes. His place now includes four- en acres of water and twenty-one of nd. H s business is largely with the ater and only incidentally with the y land. n s nrst purpose was to tablish a carp pond, from which the sh market might be supplied. This as accomplished in two years with mparativo ease. JNow he has prao- cally an uni mi ted quantity of this ariety of fish. However, the public ste also ca:ls for bass, and Manlove eterminod to add this variety to his pply. nis lake is now stocked with vast supply of b ack bass. They have own finely, and next year bass-fishing ill be put 01 the market" Bass romise so much better than carp that Parmer" Manlove uses his young carp food for his bas. Still another "department" has been dded to the "farm" this season frogs. our acres of shallow water, well grown flags, were set apart as a breeding lace for frons. They breed and trrow pidy. Four thousand tadpoles were ut in th s breeding pen early in the sins'. Many of them are now of a ketable size. Next season they will e ciants oicr ten- nch lontr cuiti- ated" bull frogs, worth 82.50 and S3 a ozen not the little marsh frors. but e b g fellows with Herr Fischer voic s. catching them for market a light at ight is used. They stare at the l ght nd can be caught and handled with ase in its glare. In catching large uantitres of carp the lake is drained ft In winter the marketable fish are ept in small ponds. It is interesting to observe the water rmer at his work. He can use a horse r side purposes, but ho nerds neither low, planter nor reaper. Suppose he as gone out to feed. He has with him iddlings or some other grain. He goes the breeding pond, sounds a gong or 1 ws & whistle and thousands of frogs me hopping from their shelter. They l&t Xu6 TOOCL TUvuuuuolj uuil lcouuiu uu me that the farmer handles them as a oman does nor pec cnicicens. ine ame food is just the thing for young nd old carp. "Fish and frogs take to rain and grain products," said Mr. anlove, "like a boy takes to apple- umpling. Part of the season it is not ecessary to feed my stock at all. The ater-grass seeds make the finest of ood for the fish, and at this time of the ear I rarely prepare a fish for the table hat I do not find him filled with, grass Beds." Indianapolis News. POST-OFFICE THIEVES. Lccordlng; to an Inspector They Risk Much For Small Results. "How do you grade the man who robs jtters in the category of thieves?" 'It is d fficult to answer that ques tion. They are neither foolish nor itup?d. I can say that they are gener ally desperate men who are willing to pisk so much for such small results. Suppose a man should open a dozen let ters and abstract their contents. He rould be as much amenable to the law if he should open a hundred or a shousand letters and secure a goodly qooty. Yet in that dozen letters there lay be not a penny. The mail thief ilways take great chances. He always knows that the authorities will use very means in their power to get him into their clutches, and when they do Ithat it is all up with h m. Men who reak open letters and take their Con ines are generally men who have fallen firom grace into bad habits and have We lcome reckless. Generally they lose their self-respect and their possessions by gambling. Then in trying to get even with the world they hope that the mails will help them on, forgetting for awhile tho consequence of their acts. Take the case of George W. Harris, the railway postal clerk who is now a fugi- tiye from justice. He was in the Gov ernment service for a dozen years. He Kvas a good clerk and was -well known. His weakness was betting on the races. One week ho won over fourteen hundred dollars, but the next week he lost it and more, too. Getting deeper into debt 1 and lacking the nerve to be honest and I to face his creditors he got desperate, Tobbed the registered letters in his charge, disgraced himself and his fam ily, left them destitute and ran away. His was an example of tho average weakness of tho man who will pilfer the letters to which he may have access. It as not so much the damage that the post- office robber does the letters whose con tents he abstracts, but the loss that he inflicts upon others outside of the letter- jwriter. He may have to open fifty let ters before he secures a dollar dm. All these letters that have no inclosures that he can not use are willfully de stroyed, and great loss and inconven ience is entailed upon the correspond ents and upon those merchants to whom the letters have been directed. Gener ally the thief is discovered, and then ho 'is made to dance a very lively jig to the music of his own piping." Chicago Evening Post HONOR THE SPINSTERS. It is .1 MlfltHke to Suppose That Most of Them Are Old Va d From Nerexlty. Undoubtedly marriage is the natural and appropriate condition of woman. She wants and needs a husband to love, and children to love, and a homo to be attached to; as a female bird requires a nest full of eggs or of young, and a proud and faithful mate on a contiguous branch of a tree to render her complete ly happy. Nor can it bo denied that many old maids are sour sour in thoir deposi tion, as pickles fresh from tho strongest vinegar. Probab'y is is because they have so little to do rather, we should say, ow hftr to the want of sufficient duties on which to expend all their vigor and force. They do seem, and it may as well be admitted, to take to scandal some what as ducks take to water, yet we lo4k jp n that as a minor point in consicLer .ng their character and utility. We do doubt very much whether the world would be as well off if there were not old maids in !t. In there bosoms dwell some of the most benevolent hearts in tho world. Was not Florence Nightingale an old maid? AVhat married woman ever did as much, not only for the good of the soldiers of England but for the improve ment of the world, as she? And yet, if she had had a stalwat husband, a luxurious home and a house full of babies, who would ever have heard of her outside of the walls of her own home, or, at most, the 1 m.ts of her own visit ng circle? Then, again, how old maids are mis judged! It .s a great mistake to suppose that most of them are oid maids from necessity. How many a bride or matron, who carries her head hign and flaunts her rich dresses and glories in her cost ly equipages, would h;ivo hor pride humbled if she only knew that tho ne gh bormg old maids, whom she affects not to desp so, to be su e. hut whose condi tion, she commiserates, had refused her own liege lord, long before she herself ever hall a chance to marry him? And it is not one, ut many a one, that numerous old ma ds have declined to marry. They preferred single life, whether it were "single blessedness" or not, to wedded misery. Shriveled and withered you say they are! Men and women grow old and gray, whether married or single, but many an old maid lingers to-day on this mundane sphore who would have died Ion? ago, an un happy but popular ar.d admired wife, had. she consented to marry some man whom she did not love, but did despise, and said ,4Yes" where conscience and God commanded her to say "No." Long live old maids, and let no woman, from the fear of becoming one, ever willfully and del berately sacrifice herself. It is the next crime to su cide. N. Y T-o Worn-Out Shoes Hrive Their Uses. The Italian scavenger who rakes up your ash barrel and sends the dust fly ing over your door step knows this well, and his black eyes glisten at the sight of old leather. If the shoos are not worn to shreds he sells them toasecond hand dealer, and they are patched up and resold; but if they are past mending he takes them home to his cellar and rips them all apart, or his wife and children-do. The pieces he sells to a manufacturer. From the larger pieces, after being soaked till soft, the uppers of children's shoes are cut The soles are out into small pieces to make up the layers of the heels of other shoes; the iron peg3 that are not bent can bo used over again, and the little scraps that are left after all this are.subjected to a treatment that makes them all ono pli able mass, from which a kind of artistio leather is rolled out This is used for covering chairs, books, trunks, boxes, ste. Many fancy patt rns are stamped upon it, and the trade in this kind of "embossed" leather in the United States is a well established one. N. Y. Tri bune. A Weighty I'roblem Solved. An Italian on the river bank has solved the problem of giving his children a'n outing with the least possi ble exertion to himself. He places his three children in a baby carriage, to the handle of which a rope about twenty feet long is tied. The bank be hind the house has a gentle decline, so that a brisk push from tho father sends the carryall flying down tho grade. When the water's edge is reached the vehicle's flight is checked by a cord. But the most remarkablo part of the contrivance is tho goat which draws the carryall back up the inclined back yard. The animal is made to trot through a long hall from one end of the house to the other. Thus the man can sit inside the rear outside door of the hallway, away from the sun's rays, steer the goat by a well-directed kick, while at the same time the little ones are enjoying a de lightful toboggan slide amid the re freshing . breirTes wraf ted across tho stream. Springfield Republican. First Brer "Dat am a fine animal, ez yo' say, for true, Brer; but don' yo tink it 'preciates his value er little, bein' so lame he hevto go on tree legs?" Second Brer (reflectively) "Waal, I spec' some folks would tink so; but I looks at it dis yere way: 'cos he don' use dat over leg I don' hov no 'spense of shoeing it, whichsoever bein' de case, it 'pears to mo it mek him all de more vai uble." Harper's Weekly. T suppose, Tommy, you love your sister very much," said the gentleman who was paying his addresses to Tom my's sister. Tommy "I love her when there are fellers around. She is mighty good to me then, but she is cross as the mischief after they are gone. She is like a fiddle. She is no good without a beau. Ain't that so, Fan?" Texas Sift- dangerous rocks. A Warning- to Younjr 31 en Entering a Com 1 iniTOiiil Life. ! One of the mo3t successful business men in this country, a man who beg.n-; ning without a dollar has mndo a world wide reputation in amassing a huge fort-' une, and. in maintain n-r a character for ' strict integrity, recently warne-i all boys entering a commercial life thut there were three rocks ahead, on which if j they once ran agrounl they would go to . ruin. The first was liquor. "Nothing can be made of a younir man m business life," he adds, "no matter whath.sabil ity it he dr nks." The second was speculat'on. Tho foundat ons of any bus n ss, whether it bo that of a great control er of a trust, or a newsboy sell ng a dollar's worth of papers, are undermined the moment the gambl ng element comes into t Ihswarnng s mt liklv to reach effectively any larrr speculators through the Companicn. But it will ieach tens of thousa ds of lads who in farm houses, in offices and shops are tempted to in vest p.rt of h -ir small earnings in lot teries or stock gambling. Two facts bearing on this subject are worth their cons derat.on. A man who as a legitimate broker reached a controll ng position m Wall street, was asked ust befon h s death if he had known many mon outs de of tho exch nge make a ft-nuno gambling in stocks. After some consideration he replied: Not a single one. I have known amateurs come on the street and mako larce sums by a chance hit Hut thoy always persevered, and invariably ended poorer th tn when they began. The business more t' an any other re U res long experience and carefully trained ju-lgment No novice can master it" The other fact is that tho profits of tho most airly conducted lottery in the United Sta es were so vast that it was enabled to offer a million and a quarter of dollars a year for the mere right to renew its charter. What chance has the poorshop-boy or clerk who buys a -harc n a lottery ticket or sjkvuI tes .n stock, to turn his dollar into thousands a.s he hopes, against su h odds as thes? Tho th .rd rock in tho way of tho busi ness man was the reckless backing of his fo lows I Lis hrst duty, says the w so counselor, is to his partners and creditors. Alter their interests are secured lot hm be generous. A rok. not pointed out on this chart, has proved the ruin of countless busi ness craft It is the te- ptation dis honestly to a Illiterate or lower the value of the goods sold. A drug, a machine, a fabric is of the best qua ity and hence deservedly popular. I ts owners are reap ing a small but certa, n profit A little more alcohol m the drug, a cheaper make ufoiuui 111 in ; iiiaou ne, a m . .luro of shoddy in the yarn, and these profits will be immeasurably increased. But the public is keen of eye and merciless of judgravnt Tho dishonest manufacturer finds his downward road short and swift His capital of good op.nion once destroyed, it never can be restored. Youth's Companion. THEY WtRE SCARED. But When tho Sun lip -lloil tho Mystery EvryBody It:ii:liel. "We were steaming down tho Mexi can Pacific ooast m tho old Panama, ex pecting to make San Bias in the morn ing," said the old traveler, after tho lamps were lighted and tho children put to bed. "We went cautiously, for the Tre8 Maries were somewhere around and we did not know just where. As night fell the fog which had been hang ing over us like a vail became a wall rising on every side. Wo slowed down still more in fear of those terrible islands. Such darkness is indescrib able and all about us there was the phosphorus writhing like snakes. The paddles, which alone broke tho palpable stillness, fell upon these serpents and crushed them, but the next second they were born again, to go on twisting and coiling amid the horrib 0 glassiness of that water. Suddenly there was an un earthly sound. First there was a fury of rushing wimga; then a clamor of voices. Tho sound came from aloft Tho fog seemed to deepen. Even the great yards wero in vis ble. The un canny -voices swelled into x storm of disputations. We tried in vain to un derstand them. They seemed to be speaking a language none of us know. Some one suggested pirates, but pirates do not hover in the ngg ng. It was more like spirits, chattering there in uncanny familiarity. Certainly the phosphorescent serponts writhed faster, the darkness grow denser, the air more stagnant No one could sloop with those voices dinning abovo there. W were isolated from the world, drifting on an enchanted ocean, with mysteri ous voices chorusing abovo us and the dawn dragging as it never did before." "At last it came. And, like an evil bat, the mystery fled before it. Up there on the spars, emb'azon ng them with their plumage, sat thousands of parrots, chattering like maniacs. We laughed, of course. It is easy to laugh when the sun shines. Tho fog fled and left us tho blue water and the bluor sky. With screams of joy and little, in articulate exclamations the parrots took to wing, and floated like a bright cloud toward the horizon." Chicago Herald. Bridegroom "You wish then, Clara, that in our wedding tour we take in Sweden; might I ask why?" "Well, Sweden is such a beautiful pink color on the map, and pink is so becoming to my complexion." Philadelphia Times. It has been estimated, from a micro scopic examination of the impress of the word "hello" on a phonograph cylinder, that it contains sixteen thousand indentions. J feooiv ft To Woma e ft 9 e Dr. DROMCOOLE'S Female Bitters ft A Powerful Uterine Tonic and Female Regu- , lator, for the Cure of all Female Com- t fit r- - l 1 plaints ana irreguiamies. ror saie ur all druggists. Family Medical Advertiser mailed FREE on application to J. P. DB0HG00LE & CO., Louisville, Kj ftftftftftftftftftftftftr -9 SCOTT'S Fhulsion Of Pure Cod Liver Oil with Hypophosphites Of Lime and Soda. There are eitiulsion and cmxtlsions, and there is still much sTcimmvtl milh irli irh masquerades as cream Try as then tell I manii manttfartiirrrft r a mint I so disguise their coti liver oil as to maize t itpi f.iuir; niuiaurif t iii 3 JZr.iulsioti ofl'UltK NORWEGIAN COD I'lVIHi OIL, combined with Hypophos phites is almost as imlatable as milk. scribe it in cases of CONSUMPTION, SCROFULA, BRONCHITIS and CHRONIC COUGH or SEVERE COLD. All Druaaisls sell it. hut h Mtiicai and surgical Office. For the successful tieatment of all Diseases of the Eye, Eyelids and Ear ALSO Pis-aiea ol tbe Head, Thrunt, Lungs, Catarrh, Hetrt, It er. Stomach, Rheumatism, Piles, Skin Oisenes, Ulcer of all kinds. Fistula in tiU3. acd Diseases Peculiar to Females, such as Ulceration of the Womb, Absent and Diffi cult J e u a t ru t i o j , General Surgery 'or all Diseases where Medical Treatment la of no aTaiJ. Granulated Evelida cured without Caustic or Burning. 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Pain in tha Side, &c While their most remarkablo success has been shown in caring u SICK Headache, yet Carter's little Liver HHi ar equally valuable in Constipation, curing and pre Tenting this annoying complaint-while they also correct all disorders or the s tomach .stimulate tha liver and regulate the bowels. Xvenif tbayonly HEAD icbsihey would be almoetprioeless to those who suffer from this distressing complaint; butfortu rately their goodness does notend here,and those who once try them will find these little pilla valu able in so many ways that thoy will not be wil ling to do without them.. But after alls&c&eacl ACHE Is the bane of so many Uvea that here la whr wemake our great boast. Our pilla care it wbHtj Others do not. Carter's Little liver Pills are very small ana very easy to take. One or two pilla make a dose. They are strictly vegetable and do not gripe or purge, but by their gentle action please all who use them. In vials at 25 cents; five for th, ROM iy druggists everywhere, or sent by mafl. CARTER ?ED?CJNK CO., ?qv vO'?:I M r' nn- ' "IXTTrvT Wanted ; local and traveling. Position JILili permanent or part time. Salary from start Experience unnecessary. Brewu Bros., Nurserymen, Ciicagi 111. U lld&w2m J'or nits reason as trtll as for the fact I oj' the. stimulating fjunlities of the Hypo- phosphites, I'lujsiciaiis frequently pre Wm. H. Powell, President John D. Crawford, Vice-President Adam Iltel, Cashier. Wm. H. Powell, Jr., Ass't Cashier, Citizens' National Bank, REDALIA, MO. ' ElStatolisllOd. 187S CasIGaDitaljPaiiin $100,000.00. Surplus Fni, - - - 35.000.0P A general banking busines ;iranr acted. Collections recei? prompt attention. Linerai ai (omodations to depositors. V. H. Powell, John J. Yeater 3. D. Crawforo, S. H Beiler, V. T. Hutchinson, W. E. Bard, K. N. Parberry, J W. Perdue, Frank B. Meyer. Pirst National Bank, SEDALIA, MISSOURI. PxID UP CAPITAL- $250,Oi SIRPLU3 20.00 Corner Ohio and Second Stf. Onus Neweirx, President. J. C Thomps Cashier. F. H. GuENTHm, Ass't Caaklm DIRECTORS. C. Jewkirk. F. H. Gtjkkthu, J osx W. McCltjbz. J. C Thompson, J. B Basket r, H. W. Woob, E. A. Phillips. aoriransacts a general Banking business. Jkf aunts f banks, bankers uwebants nd tassV viaaals soluito . Proioit attention giva. to a fcausesa out mated to th m. D NATIONAL BAB SEDALIA, MO. J. N. Daxby, Presdient, A. P. Mobey Vice-President. R. L M08fis , Caahier. W. H. Van Wagner, Teller Capital, - - - - $100,000.0 Surplus and undiyi- Tided pront, - sd,uw,w This Bant: does a general Banking Busj neas and solicits the accounts of corporj tions, firms and individuals. Draws sight drafts on all principal citie of Europe aad ether Foreign countrie DIRECTORS. Jas. Gl&M. Honjrr Mahnken Morris Hartear, C. E. Meesexly, J. N. Dalby, A. P. Morey, J. H. Merts. Chas.W. McAninct Herman Kakn, F. E. Hoffman, R. H. Moses, Judge Wm. Boekei N. H. Gentry, D. W. McClure, 8am it. Gold. l-lSd&wlv R. H Moezs. Cajhier WHEN IN THE CITY. CALL AT THE A.nd subscribe lor the oldest, largest, best and cheapest pa&er In Sedalia. j ( 50 eta per month by mail. un7 j 65 eta per monthdelivered. Sunday, $2.50 per year. , WWJkly. $1.00 per year. Jifctabliahed 1868. Incorporated 1888 NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT. Notice is hereby given that the under signed administrator of the estate of John F. Rayburn deceased, will make final set tlement of his accounts with said Estate as such administrator at the next term of the Probate Court of Pettis county, Missouri, to be holden at Sedalia, Mo., in said county, on the 9th day of Febuary, A. D., 1891. John R. Clopton, 1-I3w4t Pub. Administrator. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Notice is hereby given, that letters of administration on the estate of Mary Far ley deceased, were granted to the under siened on the 22 day of January 1891, by the probate court of Pettis county Mis souri. All persons having claims against said estate are reqaired to exhibit them for allowance to the administrator, within one year after the date of said letters, or they may be precluded from any benefit of such estate ; and if such claims be not exhibited within two years from the date of this pub lication, they shall be fore?er barred. This 29th day of January 1S91. Geo. W. .parley, 2-3w4t Administrator. bar ANY LAD Yean set a valuable secret that coat me $5.00, and a rubber shield for 30 cents. Mn. V. M. APP. CO. 115 K. 8th STREET, ST. I.OTJI3, MO. THIR wiiii FliCKET SEAL. ilw Nickel Plated Heal tr the Poekt for tho use of Noti bs. A demand has ions' existed for a portal ble Seal Press, small and light enough im be carried conveniently about one's per son, or to economize space in protecting it from dust and any improper or unas thonzed use. A CARB. Jefferson City, Jan. 20, 1880. I have examined the seal invented and patented recently. 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