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One's physical feelings, like the faithful etter, search and point out plainly the fact of disease or health. If a man is not feeling well and vigorous - if he is losing flesh and vitality, if he is listless, nervous, sleepless, he certainly is not well. The down hill road from health to sickness is stnooth and declines rapidly. At the first intimation of disease, the wise man takes a pure, simple vegetable tonic. It puts his digestión into good active order and that puts the rest of his body in order. The medicine that will do this is a medicine that is good to take in any trouble of the blood, the digestión, or the respiration, no matter how serious it tuay have beconie. The medicine to take is Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Diseovery. It is a remarkable remedy. It cures diseases in a perfectly natural way, without the use of strong drugs. It cures by helping Nature. It has a peculiar tonic effect on the lining membranas of the stomach and bowels. By putting these membraces into healthy condition, stimulating the secretion of the various digestive juices and furnishing to the blood the proper purifying properties It reaches out over the whole body and drives disease-germs before it into the usual excretory channels. It builds uo firm muscular flesh, makes the skin and the eyes bright. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery bas been found wonderfully efficacious in the treatment of skin diseases - eczema, tetter, erysipelas, salt-rheum- from common pimples or blotches to the worst case of ecrofula. Harper's Magazine In 1896. Briséis, a new novel by Willam Black, writlen wilh 11 Hip nutlmr's weil ktiowu cnarni ol mamier, will begin In 1 lie Dt-oeinber Number, 1S95, mul continue uiit.ll May. A new novel by Gkougk dl' Maukier, entltled The Mnrtinn, will also begin durliiK Mie year. It is not loo nuicli to km y nuil, no novel has ever been awalted wilh BUCh givat expeclation as the Ruccewor to Trllht. The Personal Iterolectiong of Joan of Are will continue and will relate the story o' the lailure and martyrdoin of the Muid of Uf lean. Other Iniportiuu flutlon of the year will be 'i novelletle ly Mark Twain, uniier the ntle, Toin Sanyer, lletertiie; a bnmornua three-pml. tale cu lied Tno Mornions froni Mudillet), oy IjANGDON Hlwyn Mitchell; and short stories by Octave Thanet. Richakd Harding Davi.s, viary Wilkins Julián Ralph, Bradnek Matthews, Owen Wistek, andother well known writers. Prof. Woodrow Wu.sONwiil eontribute 6 papers on George Washington nnd his times, with Illnstrations by Howakd Pyle. Poultney Bioelow's htstory of The (icrnian Strutele for Liberty, illustrated by R Caton, wi:i be continued through the winter. Two paper's on Hl.. Clair's defeat and Mad Anthony Wayne's vlctory, Ivï'heodoke Roosevelt. with KraphU: illustrations will be prinled dm ing the ear) Anotewonhy feature of the MAGAZINE during 1896 will be a series of tirtlcles by (Jasi-ak W. WiiriNEY. describins hts trip of aiiKi miles on simw-shoes and with doic-flledge trulnstnlo i.he unexplored Barren Grounds Brillsh North Amerik-a in pursuit of woodbison and musk-oxen. Mr. WHITNRY'S sei les will hHve Iheadded interest of beiDg illnslrated Ironi puotographs t:iken by himself. The Volumes of the MAGAZINE begin Nnnibers for June and Di-cember of each year. When no time Is nieiHioned.snbscriplons will begin with the Nuniber curront at the time of recelpl order. Remlttai?es should be 111:1de bv Post-oiBce Woüey Ord er 01 Dnift, 10 avoid -banceor loss Vewspapers ure not to rot this advertisement oithoutthe exprese order of Harper & Brothers HABPEE'S PKBI0D1CALS lARPKK'S MAGAZINï - One leut ■ $i (Ml lAUPEU'S WEKK1.Y - .4 O lAUl'Hli'S BAZAR - " 4 00 I'ARPGR'8 KOl'M) TABLK " - 2 00 vostagi free t all ub8crlhers in the Cut'lcd States, Cnnada ; Mfzieo, Address HAHPKR & BBOTHERS, 1'. 0. Box, 959 X. ï. City. Harper's Weekly In 1896. HARPER'S WEEKLY is a Journal for the n-liole country. Il deals with the events of he wiirld that are important to Americana. In carryinK out thls pollcy. in 1HU3, Julián ■Ialph visited China and Japan, aml journeyed throimh the West; Richard Harding 3avis look a trin tlirougii the Carrlbean Hea; he evolutions of the new navy were describid and illustrated by Rui'DS F. Zoguaum; Fkedkhio Remingtok presenled studies of Army aml Frontier life: Poultney Bigelow ittended the opening of the Kiel Canal. In 18UG like atlenlion will be giveu every ïappening. The chief events in art, literaure, and music and the drama will be artistically presented. V. D. Howells, in the ïew department, Life and Letters, will discuss n bis interesting way boots and the social questions of the time. E. S. Martin's sprightly gossip of the Biisy World will be coninued. The progress of the Transportation ïommission around the World will be lolowed, aud Caspar W. Whitxey will conduct the department of Amateur Sport. In 1896 will oecur a presidential election. n its edltoriflls and tlirough its polltleal caroons the WEEKLY will continue tobean ndependent advocate of good governmeut and sound monev. In fletion the WEEKLY will be especially strong. Itwill publish theonly novel of the year b y W. U., and a stirring serial of a Seoteh feud. by S. R, Ckockett. The short stories selected are of unusuah excellence and interest. In every respect HARPER'S WKKKLY will maiutain its leading place in the illustrated journallsm of the world. The Volumes of the WEEKLY begin with he flrst Number for January of each year. When 110 tjmeis mentioned. subscriptions vlll begin with the Number current at the line of recept of order. Remittances should be made by Post-Oltiee Money Order or Uraft, to avoid chance of oss. Newspnprrs arr not to eopy this advertisrment without the exprens order 0 Harper Brothers. HAIU'KU'S l'IIHKIIIK AI,S HAKPKli'S HAÖAZINK - One Year - $4 00 HAltPKR'S WKKKLÏ . 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