Spring Medicine. The necessity of a spring medicine is aluin. t universally admittt'd. And the superlorlty of Hood's Sarsaparilltt for Lliis purpose becomea more and more widely known every year. Tlmt power to purify the blood, and those elementa of streagth and health which the gystein craves, and to which it is so susceptible ut tliis season, are possessed by this peculiar medicine in a pre-eminent degree. Scrofula, pimples, bolls, or any DU mor, biliousnuss, ilyspepsia, sick hcadache, catarrh, rlieuraatlsm, or any diseases or affi-ctions caused or promoted by impure blood or low state of the system, are cured by Hood's Sarsaparilln. Try tlnr peculiar medicine. Fulth Is tlie soul going out of itself for all its wants. - Boston. "Ayer's Hair Vigor is a most excellent preparation for the halr. I speak of it from experience. lts une promotes the grewth of new hair, and mukes t glossy and soft. The Vij;or is a su re cure for dandruff."- John W. Bowen, Editor Er.quirer, McArthur, Ohlo.