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The majority of well-read phys
icians nflow clieve that Consunip
tiu;i is a gcriu disease. TI other
words: itlstead of being in the con
stitution itsclf it is caused by innu
merab;c small creatures living in the
lungs having no business there and
eating them away as caterpillars do
the leaves of trees.
A Germ The phlegm that is
coughed up is those
Disease. parts of the lungs
which have been
gnawed off and destroyed. These
little bacilli, as the germs are called,
are too small to be seen with the
naked eye, but they are very much
alive just the same, and enter the
body in our food, in the air we
breathe, and through the pores of
the skin. Thence they get into the
blood and finally arrive at the lungs
where they fasten and increase with
frightful rapidity. Then German
Syrup comes in, loosens them, kills
them, expells them, heals the places
they leave, and so nourish and
soothe that, in a short time consump
tives become germ-proof and well. 6
Sick Headache, Malaria, Costiveness, Heart
Burn, Dizziness, Bad Breath. Nervous
Debility, I)yentary, Jaundlee,
Pains. in the Side and under
the Shoulder Blades.
Hover fall to aot on a Torpid Liver.
Expel poisonous bile from the system;
Clear the Complexion; Aid Digestion; Creat-.
an Appetite; Cure and prevent Chills and
Fevers. We also make
Srni~ll·SB 1jA SMALL
M(4 to the bottle.)
Some rrer this aase. Bpecllly among women
min ehlldrren. Buth es sauer cmated. Pieasual
RELIABLE, SAFE, ECONOMICAL.
Price 25 cent. per bottle, fivre for $1,
either size. Sold by Druiggta. Write for
J. F. SIITH & CO., EW YORIK CITT.
Sfor Coughs. Coldg and Cmmptlon. I beeadi
•question the greted of Ill modern emeles.
It w I stop Cough In ome night. It will check
Sa Celdlnsday. It wil premntmC up. reeveI
eAsthma, nd CURE Consumption if taken Ins
:tee. IF THE LITTLE O11. HAVE
t WHOOPING COUGH!
! OROUP I
I r IT WILL CURE:
S. - / " '-_ WHEN EVERY*:
- .ii,',J THING ELSE.
-.- FAILS. " Ys:
S ' can't eaord to,
S " be without 11t."
IA 25e. bottle may savo .100 In Doctor's bills:
e-may save their ives. ASK YOUR DRU-
16IST FOR IT. IT TASTES COOD.*
PROF. LOISETTE'S NEW
Cl"tlksms nt two recnt Memory Systems. Mnely
al"UI ajrll II . Full Tables of i-ontentforwarded
nly h,.t, who seed .tmprd directed esloiW.
AI'r' sper-qtue POST FRKE of the Lo~aetf Arll
Of Nerer ForgttltUn. AddrPa
Prof. LoiE _ Fifth Ave., New Tork.
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Ati. N. U. - - No. 1,~90.
\'WATER FAI' iS.
WONDERS IN CUIlTIVATION OF
LAKE AND SEA.
An Acre ct Water More Productive
Than One of Land--Stoekini the
Ocean-Limit le.s PIossitilitics
ul This New Industry.
Within a century from the prescnt,
date the waters of this country will sup
ply as much food as the land prodluces.
So the authorities in the Fish Commis.
sion and tgeeological survey assert. Bly
that time water farms will have become
as plentiful as land farms, and the
a;,'tous acres will I,e cultivated with at
much attention as the tcrre.trial.
Water-farming is, in fact, to be the
great indu-try of the future. It is f.r
more prolitable, even now, for a given arc,
than the tilling of the most fertile soil.
A fruitful acre of earth will suppori
one young bullck, increasing the weight
of the bea.tt tive hunmirel p:uads in a
twelvetmouth. On)l acre of water, prop.
erly located,will proaince 10,000 pound
of oyster meat, shells and juice not
included, in the same len,,th of time.
Oysters are, weig~ht for weight, very
nearly equal to beef f(makiug flesh and
blood. By artificial propagation, as it i,
now beginning to be carried on, the on.
tire bottom surface of all streams neal
the sea, end estuaries also, (can be :made
to yield crops in this proplortion.
But gre at as will be the business ol
r raising o-,errs on our coasts a centur3
from llow, it v.iil bear but small co'n
parisoin 5ith the cultivation of tish. Thi,
will be carried on in three branches
The ntmst imlortaut will be their propa
gation for market in the waters of the in.
tf rir, whitcih will afford opportunities
hitherto indreaumed of for economic ~h.
It is not generally realized that there
are in this country literally miilions upon
a millions of lakes avAllable for tois pur
pose, in size all the way from mere pond.
to the great inland seas of fresh water.
e In Illinois alone there are tens of thous
Ssands of lakes, and hundreds of thous.
e ands more can be readily created. There
e are in that State hundreds of thousands
d of extinct lakes which can easily be trans.
formed into sheets of water by the sim
plest means. All the enormous "Lake
h Plain," as it is known to geologists,
n comprising Wisconsin, Minnesota and
Michigan north of the Ohio River,
is dotted with countless sheets of water,
d conditions being abundant for creating
a million more by such inexpensive arti
fices as the damning of streams. By
damning at intervals, every creek and
rivulet can be made to form artificial
lakes. Everywhere in the United States
it is pretty much the same, and every
acre of this water can be gpade to pro
duce several times as much food as can
be obtained from the most fertile acre of
Even the vast arid region-the "Great
Desert" of the West-is speckled all over
with multitudes of extinct lakes, which
) can be filled once more and made to teem
again with fish life, as they once did. In
the marshes where once these dead ponds
were, countless shells and fish-fossils are
found to-day. From such sources were
obtained the remains of mastadons pre
served in the museums, the mighty
beasts having got mired when they went
for water and so perished, leaving theil
bones behind them to excite the wondel
of a later age. When the irrigation of
the arid belt has becomean accomplished
fact, the water stored in reservoirs will
produce as much value in the shape of
fishes as from the land in the form of
All these millions of water farms, as
they are some day destined to be, will be
1, planted with fishes native to the Missis
r sippi Valley-such as the crappie, black
bass, rock bass and pickerel-as well as
with land-locked salmon, carp and other
- suitable species, palatable and quickly
multiplying. The Mississippi Valley it
sell, by the way, with its multitudinous
bayous, will afford extensive and most
Sprofitable areas for the propagation of
One principle at the bottom of the fact
that water farming makes bigger gains
Sthan land farming is that, whereas
a pound of beef must carry its own
weight, as it were, the animal wasting
most of what it eats mn the muscular ef.
fort of walking about, the fish is sus
pended without effort in its native ele
Sment, having merely to waggle its fins oc.
Scasionally in order to achieve what loco
motion is necessary, so that nearly all of
its food goes to support and increase the
bulk of its body, at so much per sixteen
ounces, market price.
The second great branch of the water
farming industry of the future will be
the cultivation of the coastal waters of
the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans,as well as
ofthe Gulf of Mexico. It is as easy to
stock those waters as todo the like for the
Sponds and lakes, and operations for pro.
pagating purposes can be carried on with
equal certainty of success.
On the Pacific coast lobsters are being
Splanted by the millions, in the shape of
little follows a couple of inches long, and
, they are thriving so well, though un
Sknown on those shores httherto, that as
Ssoon as they have had time for multiply
ing, they are likely to supply the whole
country, including New England.
Of the fifty-two whaling vessels con.
stituting the Arctic whaling fleet as it
existed at the beginning of the season,
forty-three have arrived at San Fran
8100 Rewa~rd. $10.
The readers of tit pati'ipr : ill I.e pleased to
earn that that - ,i itm-t.t one r ath.ed dl.eaese
that science has bet, able t, ocure t all ts
sta,'e, aLnd that is ('atarrh. li.ºl's 'atarrh
lure l the ionly i-itlt cure now knowni to
the meedicaIl trateruity. t a:lrrh b.e.n.< a con.
stitutional di:ene, r liaire. ;a co'ntitutional
treatment. liall' i 'ttarrh Cure is taaen i.n
t.ri.atly, actlti dlirectly' upin the bblood and
mucous surttace's of the systierm, thereby de.
etro)irn the ttun.lation O, the diteaie, and
givitn the I-atient "tre'nrth by building up the
I c.,stltutlon and nislting the nature in doing
its work. The proprietors have.e so much faith
in its curative powers that they oder One
ltundr+t Dollars for any ease that it fil, to
cure. Soend for lst of testinmouals. Address
F. J. C'HENY L Co., Toledo, O.
LI Suld by Drug-iast, 7It.
Rusuienders out to sell well in bracing
The Ladles Delighted.
The pleasant effect and the pcrfect satety
with which ladies may use the liquid fruit
!nxative Syrup of Figs, under all ounditions
olake it their favorite remedy. It is pleasing
to the eye and to the ta-te. gentle, yet effectual
ni actlngon the klitney', liver and bowels
No man wants to be rl'hgious as bad as he
int'L wima't tL ho.
Money to the Iofunoress.
Tell Mrs. Well. that her or any Indnetrtous
rpat tctll nusbmake a! . e . in tiht puhiLitlu ut-.
lt'ce. Fr particular` amireisas the Lake klc-
tric ('C., Emrtewitt l-l. A P'later cuts $3. I
s.i nwi)rking now to know there Is mones y In
WVihn the avraige mtan pray.s fr his neigh
,o r , t h e l .or d h e a ,'s l ,,ts ,f j; . -s ' '.
MA..AtIA "clred ant1 era.!iet.trl from the
s'V,teti by Irown's Irni bttrs., which en
ri h re thie bh>o.. tnI.s the Le'Irvt', aid's tligts
tfini. Act., luxe a ;art' P n m per'.n.lts il enert l
.11 htetiLL. glving new vUergy and strcllgth.
,1eal! in flatt.t'r if v.-t wiull learn how
f*,w pl.,1,e at, toot "ulyi .rt t,, vanity.
FITS stopped free by Un. RLImw's ORIUA
NlSRVE R'E'w)tEl. No Itts after tirt (iay)s use.
Marheliui tru''. Treatis ndil C trial bottlo
true. Dr. Kil., kt, Art.. .t.. PIhila., Pi,.
The reas, n fr loingI a :ad thlling is never
is gloo as th. rn iaion t ,r not dttltg it.
Pnows's Iron Iltil.r's ereu ;,yip..ilmsla, Ita
l ar:s. |ttuilo.lx ntie> S t G .eu rti l -'I, el:ty. lived
.t rengtlh. lituid l)ia.rstm');. it)ines tilh ne.'V-es
e'r '.s. . mtºLeitite ThL b-.i, tni , f r N ur niu4
MItLera, weak aso "i t nt 'd htllreti.
A gb-eii is alw:avs wilig tU. be a liar.
If afflhtted with sore eyes use IDr.iman ThompD.
ton's Eye-water.Druggiste sell at. 4,('.per bottlu
A novel iutll-.t ! --' ritiug rornallue,
Patent medicines differ
One has reasonableness, an
other has not. One has repu
tation-another has not. One
has confidence, born of suc
cess - another has only
Don't take it for granted
that all patent medicines are
alike. They are not.
Let the years of uninter
rupted success and the tens
of thousands of cured and
happy men and women, place
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery and Dr. Pierce's
on the side of the comparison
And there isn't a state or
Y territory, no--nor hardly a
country in the world, whether
its people realize it or not,
I but have men and women
in them that're happier be
cause of their discovery and
Think of this in health.
Think of it in sickness. And
then think whether you can
afford to make the trial if
he makers can afford to take
he risk to give your money
)ack as they do if they do
tot benefit or cure you.
1 VSUA@U O 3S LLAr BILL5r e y *r
.e rwU Ot.AW. be 0115-.hs mar e 5 q ~m1 I
II, W a55 SnOW. @1 i-." "aUaS tems* ,
- OheZebreUiss a 1s.* Y*
BORE WELLS! MOREYt
oare tW l Mns aiesalr ' e tLet U
e TIFFIN*UC" OHIO,
Tr1 Theyr ' PIr 25 Wl IS.
U OI ALL DRUGGIrIe8.
P I Fo SJr~sd I Westreg nadoebee efer
From Father to Son.
Scrofula is a blood poison which descends from parent to child
It is a taint
which must be AFFLICTED FROM CHILDHOOD.
the system be- Mrs. N. Ritchey, of Mackey, Ind., says: "Justice com
fore a cure can pels me to say that 8 8. 88. has worked little short of
a miracle in my case, incuring me of aggravated Scrofa
be made. Swift's la, which asicted me from childhood. It attacked my
eci S S. throat and nose, and threatened my lungs. My throat
Specific, S. S. was so sore that I was compelled to subsist on liquid
S., drives out the food. When I began 8.8. s. I was in a wretched condi
tion but commenced to improve at once, and am now
virus through entirely well."
the pores of
the skin and thus relieves the blood of the poison.
DOOKS ON BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES EBRE.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ca.
A cough or cold
is a spy which has
stealthily come inside
the lines of health
and is there to dis
cover somne vulner
able point in the fortification of the constitution which is
guarding your well-being. That point discovered the spy
reports it to the enemy on the outside. The enemy is the
changeable winter climate. If the cold gets in, look out
for an attack at the weak point. To avoid this, shoot the
spy, kill the cold, using SCOTT'S EMULSION
of pure Norwegian Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphites
of Lime and Soda as the weapon. It is an expert cold
slayer, and fortifies the system against Consumplieo,
Scrofula, General Debility, and all4Anarmic and Wasting
Diseases (specially in Children). Especially helpful for
children to prevent their taking cold. Palatable as
SPECIAL.--Scott's Emulsion Is non-secret. and is prescribed by the Medical PtB
fession all over the world. because Its ingredients are scientiiically combined in such a
manner as t; greatly increase their remedial value.
CAtTION.--Scott's Emulsion is put up in salmon-colored wrappers. Be sure and
let the genuine. Prepared only by Scott & Bowne. Manufacturing Chemists, New York.
Sold by all Druggist*.
I" DOWN WITH HICH PRICES.
WHY not buy from the Lar set Faetary Of
its kind i the 4Aur Middlsemem' er
The WaSERUYL world, and OAE Dealeres prea*. wrhIest(ICS
ir xfis sold direct to oeAlsumrs. thereby
lie 30 t" 50 per eems.
on all Coacha,
U! I I - 1.
LUBUR6 CHAIR **l
CAnibineo a r.mltdrhll
ef Chairs Ito ee, beides3
making LeassLe, %pd,orCech. C5413.
Invaltd applianea f osryj dearreptilo
UI11V 1ItUK . Fasey (hairs, eeker, ea. a_
ai Write t ce for Catalosu.
Bend steps and mention goods Meed.
THE LUBURC MANUFACTURINC CO. PHILADELPHIA&P
Dept. A 103. Ne*. 321.313. 333 North Sih Atreet.
Br ADFlELD'& . ' "
SWOMA N Q,
WORTH 50 DOLLARS PER BOTTLE.
My daughter snfered for year with Female Disase and had the best mediecal attentil
without relief. I wars persuaded to let her try one bottle of BsrdJelid's Femnale ReguLa a
o., ad eie beacs to impre at oncea. Hnwinz What I do or the renwdy, I would hae it S
i cos: w. 50 dollars per bottle. It cured my danghter eonnd and weull afr all othur uLb
dime had failed. H. D. PFaATnmaarsao, i prin~ld, Tena. .$
Wri e BladOeld Begulator Co., Atlanta, G(., for par.iculars. sold by drggla~s.
CHICHE8TER6 JiGUIH. RED CROa DIAMONo BRANoD
ades. a D I uHara.drd. Amrdt Sa e and otheel Gr
e s by pryfealomal and barnms men every, N . O H S d Pat4rs ar e
Ss l.no foe sal Uiyun~r tow" elid S. tO .tiled to 515 emse. Ireehen you get your mOes5
5. J. GXE.LT, IS wsbtgitoa Sirst, aBetle. Ssaafree ,m InTs a. ,urlne.