DIPHTHERIA! mHE PIÍOSTRATIOX which follows _L Diphtheria, and the persistency witli which it clings to the patiënt, are well known to all who have had any experience with this terrible disease. The following letter shows how the restoring and invigoratiug properties oí mj f overeóme it, and ilOOU S - how by vitaliz... ing and enrtchouröujjut mu nculrallzcg and eradieates the poisoned matter trom it, bringing to the convalescent the color, liLe and vigor oí rouust health. Lowell, Mass. MESSRS. C. I. Hood&Co.: Gentlemen- My little girl had the diplnheria last April. The disease left her very weak, blood poor, with no appetite, and she conld not seem to rally Ironi lts eflects. Hood's Saksaparil1A was recommended by a neighbor. Aftcr she had been taking it a few days we notieed a chanjre for the better - she begau to eat with a relish. ' It seemed to take out tho poison the disease had left in her blood. tho chance being very noticeaule In her race. She took It two montlis and fully regaiued lier health. much to our delight. AVe now recommend IIood's Sarsaparilla with a great deal oí pleasure. Very truly yours, 19 Butterfleld Street. "That Extreme Tired Feeling." " The first bottle has done my daughter a creat deal of good; her food does not distress her now, nor does she sufïer froin that ertremetired fecUng which she did before taking Hoou's Saiísapakilla. Sold by all dniggists. Trice SI a bottle or six bottles for $5. l'repared by C. L U00D & CO., Apothecaries, I.owell, Mass. Jlood's Tooth-Powdcr, Only s Cents. grandïpërOöüsë ONE NIGHT ONLY. Thmday, Oct. 231 'Si KVENT OF THE SEASON Harry Miner'sSpeciiillySri.rt,.! Oo.. in Jones ifc iierman' Speotaoolar Melodrama, tile "SIM KIE" The London and New York Sucoess. Direct froin the Peoples' and Wallack's Theatres, H. Y. Grand Revolvinq Stage, iïevolvixg scenic effhctb, Realistic Gbasbktjb, Bbautiful Music PBICB8, 86, 60, and 75 cents. Beserved sents now 011 .-ale ut lionghton's Post-offlce News Depot.