Spring Catarrh. Agaiu spirng is here. The long, cold winter with its binster aud chili, has passed, aud has left iu its train innumerable viotims of chronio oatarrh. They have taken a great many remedies during the winter with perhaps temporary relief, bnt a fresh cold has brought on the old gymptotns, and, beartsiok aud vveary of trying, they have ooncluded that there clin be no relief for them. Tbis is a great ruistake; and now is the time to rectify it. The spring is the most favorable time of the year to treat catarrh. There is so innen less liability to take fresb oold tbat the treatnient is unimpeded. All old cases of ohronic catarrh should begin immediately a coui-68 of Pe-rn-na as direoted in Dr. Hartman's books on this disease. There are so many differeut phases and stages of catarrh that one haidly knows wheu he has it. A great many people thiuk they are suffering from something sise and have tried many medicines in vaiu, when if they oonld realize that it is catatrh and take Pe-ru-na for it they would iuiprove promptly and soon recover entirely. AU who desire to learn more of catarrh should send for a free copy of Dr. Hartman's latest book, whioh will be sent free by The Pe-ru-na Drug Manu facturing Compauy, Columbus, O.