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There is no monthlly Megazitin an in telligent reading family can less afford to he without. Many Magazines are ac cumulated. Harper's is edited. There is not a Magazine that is printed which shows more intelligent p~uins y panded on its articles and mechanical rcscution. There is not a cheaper Magazine pub lished. There is not, confessedly, a more popdulr Magazine in the' world [New England Homestead. A repository 'of biography and history, literature science and art, uneqitaled by any other American publication.- [New York Standard. The most popular, and, in2 its schemne, the most original of our Magazines. [Nation. HARPER'S WEEKLY,°' A Journal of Civiliviation. The best publication, of it asa, in America, and so far aheads of all other weeklyjonrnals as not to admitbof any conparson between it and any of their number. Its columns contain the finest collections of reading 'matter that are printed. 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The postage withiti the Uniteas 8tates ;is for the Mzgazine, 24 centi as' year; for 'the W.eelly or Bazar, 20 cents a year, payable yearly, semi-yearly, or qnarterly, at the of*iq where receive:: La reiitlng by ,ail, a. ostofiee or d" 'or' draft, payablie to'"fh 'order of Hatpbr &Brothers, ispreferable to hank notes, ince, should the onole of draft be lIst it tar be renoew8ed without loss to t1e aeader, Adduss HARPER & BROTIHERS, New York. The Largest and.Bett sad Clheapest Paper in the World l the ..NASBPS PdPER. (Fipty-six Widsollamns b page) ForJ1.5 per year, In CIlbs! ,Wi*l Bpoa islt uiven away ! 1W Speehse sopios lent free to any ad as. Send flr a speimen and exam WSP Nasby writes his Political Letters exclusively for the Blade. Address IOCKE & JONES, Toledo. Ohio. Ayer's Cheny1Pectoral, For Diseasee of the ~hroat and Lungs, such as Qouga, Qlids, WVhooping CoughZ4.Sronobtis, Asthma, - nw ptinuon. 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Brazos, lii Grande, Pearl, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, 11o allkOe, James,8an, i many otheirs, with their vast tributaries, through out our entire country during the Sunmmer and Autumn, and remarka bly so during seasons of unusual heat and dryness, are invariably ac co paniced by extensive derange. minets of the stomiach and liver, and other abdomiual viscera. In their treatment, a purgative, exerting a powerful intluence upon these vari ous organs, is essentially necessary. There is no cathartic for the purpose equal to D)u. J. \WAALKERa'S VINEGAR Br1',E1us, as they will speedily remove the dark-c.,oretl vircid matter with which the bowels are hleed, at the same time stimulating the secretions of the liver, and generally restojing the healthy finc tions of the digestive organs. Fortify the body agaiunst dis ease by purifying all its fluids with Vz>;so~a. BurrLT . No epclemic can take hold of a system thus fore-armod. Dyspepsia or Iuldigestion, Head ache, Pan in the Shoulders. 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INIFLAMLATION OF THeI DLADIDER. INFLAMMATION OP THE BO)WEL CONGESTION OF TE IU04. ti 3033 THROAT. DIFFICIT.LT BRNATHIu . PALPifATIorf OF TB IlAEt?. ~BtEBICS, CROUI'P, DIPHTERIA. ('ATARR, INFLUENIA READAC11E, TOOTRHAC:R. NE-ItrUGIA, RUHEMATIBI. ' COLD CHILLS, AGUE C'ILLS. Theap;,li.atianofdthe Read Retierf othbpsitr p its ta here the pal orr dIenUty ex"itL willaerd a tand O:ulorl. Twenty dropsln hlfatsnbler of w9le, willafew anomena.scure CIR AMPS' SP .hSWOUiRT STIiMACH BRAIRTIIL'RN, SICK iEADALC I, DIARROrA. DYBSKNTEltv, (uQ0.C WIND IN THE BoWmw mall 'TaitRNAL PAINS. relrrur shuld allav' carrv a bem l of kl I. 'll Rela Rlelle withtl. AIewlruoIp wlliprervent sickues or iM.s from change , walr. It~ ibtr llr ch ~ -c or Rar sa atlim lant. FEVER AND AGUE. PFVFRANDAGURcuredforfifty cens. Th· is Sotremeilnamtin Ilunworrld that will careFe,*r and Aque. aod all ober Molarlon., Bilous, seaMr lhoid. 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