WE DO NOT CLAIM tliat Hood's Sarsaparili.a will cure cverythiug, but the fact tliatonthe puiity and vitallty of the blood depend the vigor and bealth of the whole system, and that disease of various kinds 13 often only the sign that nature Is trying to remove the disturbing ause, we are naturally led to the conclusión that a remcdy that gives Ufe and vigor to the blood, eradicates scrofula and other Impuritles from lt, as Hood's Sarsaparilla undoubtedly does, must be the means of preventing many diseases that would occur without lts use; henee the field of lts usefulness is quite an extended one, and we are warranted in recommendlng it for all derangenients of the system wlileh are caused by an uiiuulural Itate of the blood. Why Suffer wïth Salt-Rheum ? Messrs. C. I. noon & Co., Lowell, Mass. Gentlemen- I was a great sufferer from Balt-Klieum on my limbs, ír a dozen yuars prevtous to the summer of 1876, at which time I was cured by Hood's Karsaparllla. The skin would become dry. chap, erack open, bleed and ltcli intensely, so that I eould not help sor.itchlng, wliioh of emirs made them worse ' At the time I commenced taking Hood's Sarsaparilla (in the summer of 187G) they were so uad that they discharged, and I was obliged to keep them bandagcd with linen cloths. The skin was drawn so tight by the heat of the disease that lf I stooped over they wouid crack open and actually uring tears into my eyes. The fiist bottle Denelited me so much that I continued taking it till I was cured 1 used one box of Hood's Olive Ointment, to relieve the itehing. Hoping many others may learn the value of Hood's Sarsaparilla and recelve as much benefit as I have, I am, Very tl uly yours, MiiS. 8. B. MOODY, No. 75 Bioadway. Lowell, Mass., Jan. 15, 1878. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is sold by druggists. Price $1, or slx for J5. I'reparcd by C. I. HOOD & Co., Lowell, Mass. _¦- .- By the use of H08.rTkTTFM tetters stomach BltfJilJilCilIrKr "' '"'-¦ri1 11" CEltWATEDnjilW"""""'' "' ""' ¦ P 61LIW1AUU J i'. lll.ti-ll :l MC e lul V Dhllowness oí dysFt w$-} ywfQ '"'"' 'H M:1ítlTnl'Hteíi, T22w$iE%átmEg& thix mi'dicine,which áifejji" i a Imo benefleial . crnuLi peraci of n STOWIACM rhpumatic tendenry, WI%1PI " ' an incBtimable t0 I I Wt W iin-v.'nrivf of fever ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦¦ udun, Kor nal by all DriigeleiB ui ücalors (tcnerally. ÍFRÜIT ÏARMIoR SALE. Ten Acre of Lond, one-half of Which Is planted to FRUIT OF EVERY VARIETY! Iocated in Ann Arbor Townsliip, three mllea from the city. Inqulre of A. B Sclimldt. cor. of Detroit and North sts., Ana Arbor, Mlch.