A Bemarkáble Gure. Mrs. H. B. Adams, 1609Wabash ave., Chicago, says: "I had a scrofulous taint of the blood from chüdhood, which however, remained dormaut. A.n ulcer carne on the side of the nose, having all tbe appearance of a most maligant cáncer. ïhe agony of mind I suffered cannot be described as I contemplated the progress of such a malignant disease. Finally I was induced to try Foley's Sarsaparilla. It appeared to neutralize the poison in my blood. The growth of the ulcer ceased. l The diseased tissues in the bottom and edges of the re seemed loosen and the natural flesh to take its place No part of the disease remains." A. E. Mummery, druggist, Ann Arbor. No morphine or opium in Dr. Miles' Paes Vuo& Ookb All Pain. "Ono cent a dose." Children Cryfor Pitcher's Castoria. Dr. Miles' Nbbvb Puisnitscnre EETEXTMATIOAL WEAK BACKS. At drugglsts. onbr 25c.